Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
10 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday, Octobtr 19, 1974 Tight-lip faithful offered phone help By NOEL BUCHANAN Herald Religion Writer A telephone ministry for distressed evangelical Christians commenced opera- tion in Metro Toronto early this month. The Christian Distress Clinic is designed to provide callers with a fully confiden- tial and anonymous counsell- ing service. "Many pastors are concern- ed about the growing number of people in their congregations who face serious personal problems, but who do not share them with their explained Bruce Doney, executive direc- tor. "They desperately need to talk things over with someone, but they will not ex- pose themselves to people who know them." The clinic lists two telephone numbers in Toron- to, 923-7201 and 923-7202. Counselling service is initially offered between 4 p.m. and midnight. However, once suf- ficient volunteer counsellors are trained, the service will become a 24-hour operation, Mr. Doney said. "Crisis strike daily and without he continued "The Christian Distress Clinic is immediately available when something goes wrong We expect to work very close- ly with pastors and church agencies, referring callers to such sources when advisable, for additional help The clinic is housed in a large Toronto church. Volunteer counsellors are carefully screened before assignment to the telephone. The clinic's establishment was partially influenced by Mr. Doney's experience with a secular telephone crisis intervention centre. Up to 15 per cent of calls received were oriented toward religion, Mr. Doney found. Rev James Chapman, minister at Central Church of Christ, Lethbridge, operates a telephone meditation entitled Dial An Answer at 327-4774. A similar service operated by the Alliance Church has been discontinued. The only current crisis centre phone listing for Lethbridge, other than direct calls to a church or hospital, is 328-2579. This number reaches Salvation Army welfare of- ficer, Capt. Ron Butcher. 'Heretic' clergyman fired RURAL EXECUTIVE LIVING Only Owner Transferred Most anxious to Mil. Four bedrooms 11'rtS1 den Sliding doora to patio Large foyer Double garage with automatic openers Utility room on main floor IdMl location Acrott ffotn ttw Spoftephut 2400 aq. ft of developed area BeauUful custom built Natural fireplace 1% yaara old PLUS MANY MORE FEATURES Call ROGER HANDLEY 345-3039 -OH- Oliver-Handley Roal Estate Coaldale Phone 345-3534 ST LOUIS, Mo. (AP) Rev. Dr. John Tietjen, fired as president of Concordia Seminary, said Tuesday he ex- pects to be removed from the ministry of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod as well. Tietjen announced at a news conference that he has been notified by the Concordia board of control that he has been fired on 10 charges, including permitting false doctrine to be taught at the seminary, administrative irresponsibility and insubor- dination to higher authorities at the school and within the synod. The announcement was made to reporters and about 200 students at Seminex, a seminary in exile set up by faculty members and students at Concordia who walked off the campus after Tietjen was suspended from his office on the basis of complaints sub- mitted to the synod's national convention in New Orleans last year. WANTED SCRAP IRON Mow Paying More For All Types Of Scrap Metal Farm Industrial Anything Made of Ironl IRON Truck Cram Service National Salvage Company LIMITfcD NEW LOCATION 206-33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap Our Business" Mission traveller at rest TORONTO (CP) A pon- tifical funeral mass was to be celebrated here Saturday for Msgr. Joseph A McDonagh, 80, widely-travelled Roman Catholic priest and former president of the Catholic Church Extension Society in Canada. He died here Wednesday. Born and educated in Toron- to, Msgr. McDonagh was or- dained to the priesthood in 1921. He was named president of the extension society in 1941, a position he held until his retirement in 1971. He was named domestic prelate in 1946 and for many years wrote a regular column for The Catholic Register. As head of the society, Msgr. McDonagh travelled ex- tensively across Canada by car, train, jet and bush plane to visit missionary 'dioceses. During that period of his priesthood, more than 500 chapels were built and many others renovated as part of the annual extension budget of more than REV. RICHARD BERNOWSKI AT WORK Priest-chef hears kitchen confessions CHICAGO (AP) A Catholic priest hears confessions from some of the kitchen help while performing his duties as a chef in a Chicago restaurant. Rev Richard Bernowski, 33, is the night chef overseeing the large bill-of-fare at Sage's East, one of Chicago's posh eateries. In the day he teaches history at St. Francis THE Sunday Crossword (formerly the New York Herald Tribune Crossword) Edited by Robert B. Gfflopie Crossword HASTY PUDDING By A. J. 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Hogg 3. GIRL IXMULR'M UAXYSVRB "NOVEL IRE NOLGXEVYL" NOLMIBLE AXO SLYUVY JJJJL. Norton Rbotdta 4. ABCT'B ROOMS TRI CK ACITBMK' ROJOS7 iBQifl M. Spwiy Lest Week'a Cryptogram 1. Witty fellow be wry many May or Mary in the mxry nmrtfc of May. 2. Can flea fly a bee? No, yet fly cndd dmAUew flee. 3. Rerf Mendry riepkaxrt followed aid feme. "May I keep my new pet, Moatf" 4. The sober "better nb dm deterrent to "I o" habit Theological Seminary. He turns his salary over to his religious order. "I joined an order not ed to eat flesh of four-legged he said, and so to follow his hobby of cooking he needed a dispensation allow- ing him to taste the meat he that being an im- portant part of the job. But he can't swallow it. "Many of the waitresses and kitchen help are Catholics and I hear confessions from them while we are on he said. "Just the other night I heard six. "I also catch a lot of marital problems They all say it is like having their own private priest They also say they have to watch their language a lot more." He is a priest in the Holy Catholic Church, Malabar Rite, a denomination in union with the Roman Catholic Church and recognizing the primacy of the Pope. Female clergy supported OAXTEPEC, Mexico (AP) American Episcopal bishops voted this week to reaffirm their support for the principle of ordaining women as priests. The vote by the House of Bishops was 97 to 35 with six abstentions at their annual conference. The bishops took the same position in 1972. A change in church law would require action by the Episcopal Church's governing convention of laymen and clergy, which last year closely rejected a proposal for ordina- tion of women. During debate, Bishop Stanley Atkins of Eau Claire, Wis.. urged the bishops "not to make this great breach in tradition, only because the ladies can't wait" New Dayton UCW plans card party NEW DAYTON (HNS) Mrs. Stewart Skeith reviewed an article from the publica- tion Mission Canada entitled Youth Challenges the Congregation at the recent meeting of seven United Church Women hosted by Kit- ty -Cent of Lethbridge. President Mrs Don Skeith opened the meeting with a poem entitled Finding Fault Alice Gorrill's devotion topic was based on the parable of The Good Samaritan. The UCW will hold a card party at 8 p m Oct 16; serve the As One That Serves group's sapper Oct 21; attend a presbyterial meeting at Bow island Oct 22, and attend a turkey supper Nov. 3. Mrs. Stewart Skeith of New Dayton will host the November meeting. Mrs Terry Shaw will demonstrate handicrafts. Products that turn you on from Smith's The BERMUDA. 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