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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Religious Focus Friday, February 6,1987 HenM-ZoMung, New Braunfels, Texas Page SA Nun remembers struggle of decision ELGIN, 111 (AP) - What Is It like for a young woman to make the difficult decision to become a nun? Sister Linette Howard, teacher at St. Thomas More School, was willing to talk about this personal decision. Growing up in San Diego, Calif., and going to public schools, she rarely saw nuns. But there was a constant religious presence in her home, which she attributes to her mother. “There was something driving me to help other people," she said She considered missionary work and the Peace Corps before she thought of becoming a nun But she told no one And for a time, other interests took over. “You know how when you’re grow IHS up< you think about getting married and having a family, and you date. I kind of pushed it to the back of my mind.” It came forward again when she was working in an office in San Diego- “Being out of school and working and trying to get a grasp on where I was going — that’s when it came up more — and being not satisfied with what I was doing and wanting to know more about doctrine and about the church." One evening after attending Mass, she went to the priest and asked him where the convent was. “All I can say is, it was an inspiration of the Holy Spirit because it had been in my mind, but I never had had enough courage to pursue it." She went to the convent that evening It was arranged for her to help in the school where the nuns taught so she could familiarize herself with their life and work. The sisters at the school were members of the Springfield Dominicans, a teaching and healthcare community whose motherhouse (headquarters) is in Springfield. Arrangements were made for Sister Linette to enter the order as a postulant, a probationary candidate for sisterhood, in August. Then came a time of doubt. The nuns went away on summer assignment. Her friends were not supportive Some were already mar ried or engaged. They thought she was crazy. She vacillated. When August arrived, she told the nuns in Springfield she was not coming. They invited her to Springfield for a “share-in," a time to live at the motherhouse and see what life in the order was like. “When I came for the share-in, the minute I walked through the motherhouse doors, I knew there was peace there," she saki. 'There was Just an overwhelming feeling inside me that this was ritfkt." She reversed her decision again and entered her petulancy, but this was not the end of uncertainty. She found difficulties adjusting to the Midwest and to religious learning. “There were times when I felt like God was way off. And I was almost to the point where I was questioning, am I giving up God to know my religion?" Her postulancy lasted nine months, and her novitiate lasted two years. After that, Sister Linette took temporary vows for five years. Last August, she took her final vows. Briefly Catholic Daughters schedule meeting Catholic Daughters of America will meet Feb. 17 in the home of Delores Burch, 1235 E. Common. The meeting will start at 7:30 p.m. Maggie Cunningham and Jean Klein will be co-hostesses. Spring planting will be the program topic. Era of harmony opens between two religions CHARLESTON, SC. (AP) — A Roman Catholic bishop and a Jewish leader say a new era of harmony and understanding has opened between Catholics and Jews. Terming Catholics spiritual “Jews or Hebrews," Charleston’s Bishop Ernest L. Unterkoefler told a symposium at Synagogue Emanu-El that while it was “once common for Catholics to consider the Jewish people responsible for Jesus’ death, it is sinful to teach that today ." He and Rabbi Marc H. Tanen- baum, the American Jewish Committee’s international relations director, voiced confidence of a common Jewish-Catholic front against racism, persecution and other social injustice. Tanenbaum said, “We have reached a moment today when not a single Catholic text in a single Catholic school has a single hostile or negative reference to Jews. ” St. John's plans 40th celebration St. John’s Episcopal Church will commemorate its 40th anniversary with a celebration Feb. 8. Festivities begin at 10:30 a.m. with Holy Eucharist. Celebrant will be Bishop John MacNaughton. Guest preacher will be the Rev. Hubert Palmer of the Church of the Holy Spirit of Houston. Also in attendance will be the Rev. Ron Thompson of El Paso and the Rev. Bob Creasy of Universal City, former rectors of St John’s. They will assist the Rev. Bob Keith, rector As part of the service, an audiovisual presentation of the church’s 40-year history will be shown The program will also include facts such as the first service was in Iris Harrison’s dress manufacturing building in January 1947. The firs) altar was of packing boxes coverd with linens and kneelers were of lumber The festivities will continue with an informal luncheon in the parish hall The luncheon will be catered by Tasty Delights. Invitations have been sent to senior wardens, charter members, past rectors and the bishops of the Diocese of West Texas Organizing committee members are Gary Bird and Jana Henry: Myr tie Swartout, Sylvia Proctor and San dy Goode, history; Ron Coble, Jerry Goode and David Speck, visual presentation; Sarah Reeves and Cin dy Wicker, food; Cathy Taylor, decorations; and Toy a Lindsey, invitations. Worship at the church of your choice Local. Area. Assemble* De Dios (Spanish Assembly Of God) 255 W Commerce St Sunday school 5 30 p rn evangelistic service 6 30p rn . Saturday 6 30p rn •IM* Baptist Church, 1235 Ervenberg Ave Sunday school IO a rn worship 11 a rn and 7pm Wednesday service 7 30 p rn Calvary Baptist Church. 566 Highway SI W Sunday School IO a rn worship Ham and 6pm Wednesday service 7pm Church of Chrisf,l665 Highway Bl W Bible classes for all. 9 a rn worship IO a m.; evening worship and children s Bible hour 6 p m Wednesday classes 7 p m Nursery available Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 2366 W San Antonio St Priesthood meeting 9 a rn relief society 9am, young women 9 a rn primary 9 a rn Sunday school IO am, sacrament IO 50 a rn Cress Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod), South Hickory and Cross Streets. Sunday school and adult Bible tim; worship IO 15am ■astsido Baptist Church, 903 Holly St Sunday school 9 45 a rn and worship 11 a m and 6pm Wednesday prayer meeting 6pm Kiempie Vive Baptist Church Garner Hall, Santa Clara and Guenther Streets Sunday school 9 30 a rn , woe Ship 10.45 a rn., church training 6 p.m.. prayer meeting Wednesday 7 p m at 498 Liberty Faith Unite* Church of Christ, 9/0 Loop 337 Church school 9 IS worship IO 30 am Fpilpwship Bibi# Church, Sol ms and Morningside Sunday school 9 45 a rn worship ll a rn and6pm First Assembly af God, 14S7 US ll West Sunday school 9 45 a rn , wor ship IO 45 a rn and 7pm. Wednesday service 7pm First Baptist Church. 733 Cross St Sun day school 9 30 a rn worship IO 45 a rn and 7pm Wednesday dinner 5 30 p rn Bible study and prayer ser vices IS First Church pf Christ Scientist. 137 E Mill St Sunday service IO 30 am. Sunday school IO 30 a rn . Wednesday service 7 30 pm Child care available First Church pf the Naterpne. 1465 in terstate 35 East Sunday school 9 45 am., worship IO 50 a rn and 6pm First M*h ic an Baptist, 2OB0 W San An tonio St Sunday school 9 45 a rn wor ship IO 50 ana » p rn Wednesday prayer service 7pm First Presbyterian Church. 272 S Krueger, Sunday school 9 45 a rn fellowship to 30 a rn worship ii a rn and 7pm First Protestant United Church at Christ, Sagum and Coli Streets Wor ship 8 and IO 30 a rn , church school 9 a rn First United Methodist Church. 572 W San Antonio Sunday school 9 30 a rn . worship IO 50 a rn youth activities 6 I p rn Fellowship Church. 3)0 Hackberry. Christian growth class 8 30 am . teaching IO a.rn , worship ll a rn.. Wednesday meeting 7pm Harmony Baptist Church. 1472 Texas 46 S. Sunday school 9 45 a m . worship Ham and 7pm. Bible study 6 pm, Wednesday prayer meeting 7 p m Hply Family Comptie Church. 245 S Hidalgo Saturday Mass 5pm. Sun day Mass8 a rn (Spanish) IO a rn Iglesia Bethel Pentecost* 30 Grape St Saturday. Sunday and Wednesday 7 30 p rn Sunday school IO and ll 30 a m , worship ll 30 a rn and noon Monday prayer meeting 7 30 p rn Lakeside Baptist Mission. PM 725 Sun day school 9 45 a rn worship ll a rn and 7pm Wednesday Bibi*study and prayer meeting 7pm Live Ooh Baptist. 335 Washington Sun day school 9 45 a rn worship ll a rn Living Word Church. 1254 U S ll E Sunday worship IO a rn and 7 p.m.; Wednesday service 7 p m Mission Pentecost* Church. 129 School St Services Tuesday. Thursday Satur day and Sunday 7 30 p rn Mission Valley Bible Church. T Bar M Conference Center Te»as 46 Worship 9 30 a rn Sunday Scott J Tiernagei. pastor teacher New Braunfels Christian Church, loop 337 Sunday school 9 30 a rn worship 10 30 a rn and 6pm, lunior church IO Ma rn Now Braunfels Foursquare Gospel Church, one fourth mile from in terstate 35 on FM 306 Sunday school IO a rn worship ll am, Wednesday worship 7pm Now Braunfels Presbyterian Church, 373 Howard Church school 9 M a rn worship ll a rn Nursery provided New Bra un leis Seventh Day Adventist Church, 2*90 W San Antonio St. Sob bath School at IO 40 a.rn Saturday. Worship att 30a rn Saturday. Nerthside Church af Christ, 1130 PM 306. Sunday Bible classes 9 30 a m worship IO M a rn ana 6 p m ; Wednesday Bibieciasses7pm Oakwood Baptist Church, 2154 Loop 337 North Bible study 9:30 a m., worship IO 45 a m. and 7 p.m., Wednesday prayer service 7 p m. Our Lady af Perpetual Help Church, 138 W Austin Masses 5:30 p m Satur day and 8 and ll a m and 6 p m Sun day It aures wiled Church at Jesus Christ af Latter-Day Saints, Laurel Plaza meeting room, 300 Laurel Lane Church school 9 45 a m., worship ll am Second Baptist Church, 243 aweather Sunday school 9:45 a m ., worship ll a m and 7 p.m.; church training 6 pm . Wednesday service 7 30p rn (American Episcopal Church). 446 N Seguin Worship service IO am, 1928 Prayer Book It. John's Episcopal Church, 312 S Guenther Holy Eucharist 8 am, Christian education 9 30 am, Holly Eucharist 10:30 a.m. St. Paul Lutheran Church. Cross and Santa Clara Streets Worship service 8 a m. (broadcast on KNOT Radio PM 92) and IO IS e m Sunday school 9 15 a rn. Its. Polar and Paul Catholic Church, 306 N Casten Saturday Mass 7pm, Sunday Masses I 30, IO and U IS a m No evening mass through Friday Tree af Ut* Fellowship. rn u s ll w. Sunday services 10 a m and 7 pm. Wednesday services at 7 p rn United Pentacest Church (U P C ) 104 Melody Lent, Sunday school IO am, evangelistic service 7 p m , Bible study 7: IO p.m. Thursday Bracken united Methodist Church, PM 2252 Sunday school 9 30 a rn church service IO 45 a rn Bulverde Baptist Church, P O Box 43. Sunday school 9 30am worship IO 45 a rn and lpm Christian training 6 p rn.. Wednesday service 7pm Bulverde United Methodist Church, U S 281 North and Cibolo Creek Sun day school 9 30 a rn church service IO 45 a rn Canyon Lake united Methodist Church, Flmtstone Drive. Canyon Lake Mobile Home Estates Sunday school 9 15a rn , worship IO 30 a rn Chapel in the Cove (interdenomm* tionaD, Cypress Cove Club House Wor ship 9 a rn Church pf Christ, PM 3159 and 2673 Bi Ole class IO a rn Sunday worship ll a rn ana 6 p rn Wednesday service 7 p rn Church in the Valley (mterdenomina tionaD Deep Acres Canyon City Church school 9 a rn worship IO 15 a rn.; Bible study 7pm Church in the Wildwood (Assembly of God), PM 2673 The Oaks Sunday school IO a rn . worship IO 50 a rn and 6 30pm Cranes Mill Baptist Church, pm 2673 at Starkville Sunday Bible study 9 M am. worship IO 45 a rn and 6 30 p.m.. Wednesday Bible study ana prayer 7 Mpm Nursery provided Fried an't united Church of Christ Geronimo Church school 9 a rn wor ship service IO 15 a rn First Baptist Church pf Canyon Lake, in Horseshoe Palls Estates Sunday school 9 30 a rn., worship IO 40 a rn andip rn Nursery provided Oath same n* Baptist Church. Start ivitie Community Center, Sunday school IO a rn worship ll a rn and 7 pm Wednesday worship 7 p m Rock Hill Gospel Faith Center, 502 in tereste 35 south of New Braunfels behind the rest area Sunday -choo' IO a rn., worship 8 and ll a rn and 7 30 p rn Tuesday Bible college 7 30 p rn Thursday ladies meeting 9 30 a rn and young ministers 7 30 p rn Southlake Baptist Church (SBO, PM 3159 at Starkville Sunday Bible study 9 45 a rn worship ll a rn and 6 30 p rn Wednesday prayer meeting and Bible study 7 30 p rn Nursery provid ed St. Andrew Lutheran Church (ALC), PM 2673 east of Starkville Sunday school 9 a rn worship IO 15 am, communion first Sunday St. Francis By-rn*-Lake Episcopal Church, la miles west of interstate 35 on PM 306 Sevices IO a rn Sunda, noon Wednesday Rev Katherine G Biggs, vicar St. John's Mission Church, Our Lady of Perpetual Help mission) Hunter Sun day Mass 9 30 a rn St. Paul Lutheran Church. PM 1863 at US 281 Sunday school 9 a rn worship 10 15 a rn St. Paul Unitad Church of Christ, South Mom ana FM 78 Cholo Church school and worship at IO a rn St. Thomas Chapel (Roman Catholic) Canyon Dam hillside Sunday Mass 9 M and ll 15 a rn pre Sunday Mass Saturday 5pm Triumphant Lutheran Church, Bat Cave Road at Schoenthai Road Wor ship 9 a rn Sunday school for an ages 10 15 a rn ANITA’S * Catering Service CALL FOR YOUR FCCO SERVICE NEED6 ' *23-2* >4 204 W. San Antonio 625-3241 cUdt 9i xguson citator Cv • • # DSU * k • * A a ',V ’*■ 699 W. San Antonio 62S-2161 braille s Cafe “FOOD TO GO” home COOKED NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS MEALS Phono 625-7581 State Farm Insurance ^Companies Dick Koegie. CLU 822 N. Walnut 625-6081 THERESA'S-^-. % Alterations A Accessories Tuxedos—Birthday Debuts 1UJH SSW_.626-3636 Associated Air Systems AN CendNtonlne * Heating Sp** loll#** Saiee-Service-lnstaiiatton Jodi Dee (Owner) c CHURCH’S ^ FRIED CHICKEN. A 824 MT. 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