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Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - April 28, 1990, Sandusky, Ohio Religion today special events Pope visits slavs accepts invite to Cuba Bratislava Czechoslovakia up a Pope John Paul ii said sunday he hoped the peo pie of Europe would unite their efforts for a True peace in Freedom and Justice and announced he will Convene a special Assembly of european Bishops to discuss the sweeping changes under Way across the continent. The polish Pope a ending his 32 i hour visit his first to Eastern Europe since the toppling of its communist leaderships a said the Many nations and citizens that make up Europe share a common 2,000-year-old Christian heritage. The Pope made the remarks following a mass attended by More than 1 million people in the capital of Slovakia which is overwhelmingly Catholic. It was a far larger gathering than at his mass earlier in the Day in Moravia or on saturday in Prague. In another development Vatican spokesman Joachim Navarro said during a papal flight from Prague that John Paul has accepted an invitation from cuban Leader Fidel Castro to visit Cuba in Early december. Navarro said the pontiff who would be Back in Rome for Christmas was invited by cuban Bishops last year and that invitation was followed up by Castro a. After two world wars and four decades a during which an erroneous ideology forced them into separate and hostile blocs a the nations of Europe seek agreement and understanding John Paul said. A it is my Hope that overcoming All difficulties the Peoples of Europe will unite their efforts in order to strengthen Mutual Solidarity effective cooperation and True peace in Freedom and Justice a he said before boarding his plane for Rome. After a mass earlier in Belehrad one of Czechoslovakia a holiest shrines the Pope announced he would Convene a special meeting of european Bishops to give them a the Opportunity to reflect More attentively on the importance of this historic moment for Europe and the the Pope stressed repeatedly during his Brief visit to Czechoslovakia that the political and economic changes under Way must be accompanied by moral and spiritual renewal. Communist prime minister Marian Calfa who leads a coalition government dominated by non communists said the Popes visit has encouraged the nation As it moves toward democracy with the first free elections in four decades scheduled june 8. A your visit has addressed All the positive in us despite the different opinions we May have a Calfa said. In Belehrad the Pope gave a private audience to polish prime minister Tadeusz Mazo Wiecki who had flown in for the mass from Warsaw. The gesture a a meeting of a head of state and a head of government outside of official channels a apparently caused some protocol problems czechoslovak radio reported. The Pope was greeted in Bratislava by Alexander Dubcek the communist hero of the failed a Prague Spring of political and economic reforms that were crushed by the Warsaw pact invasion in 1968. Dubcek a slovak now president of the Federal Assembly was banished to his native Bratislava for two decades. But he Rose to prominence again during the november revolution and holds the figurehead position in the parliament As part of a bargain that put playwright Vaclav Havel in the presidents office. During his homily the Pope praised the courage of those who remained faithful to the Church during four decades of repression including priests who were jailed religious orders that were banned parents forbidden to teach their children Christian values and children a trained in falsehood the first example of which was the denial of although some estimates suggest nearly half of Czechoslovakia a 15.5 million citizens Are catholics a Survey released Friday showed Only 30 percent of those polled believed in god. The Pope said his morning mass at Belehrad one of Czechoslovakia a holiest shrines and a major pilgrimage Center since the 19th Century. It is associated with the Brothers Cyril and Methodius who brought christianity to the slavic people in the 9th Century. The trip was of special significance for the slavic Pope who was invited to Belehrad in 1985 by Cardinal Frantisek Tomasek to Lead celebrations on the 1,100th anniversary of the death of Methodius. The communist authorities refused permission for him to come and attempted to turn the Celebration into a a festival for Church officials ignored the attempts and nearly 200,000 believers gathered under heavy police surveillance in the first mass act of Defiance against the communist leadership since the 1968 Warsaw pact invasion. A the pilgrimage of the year 1985, when it was not granted to me to come among you was the Dawn was an important Milestone on your journey towards Freedom a John Paul said in his homily. A you have experienced the heaviness of a world without god a he said referring to four decades under one of the most repressive regimes in Eastern Europe. A you have experienced also the liberating Power of talmud read at the Garden new York up Twenty two thousand orthodox jews packed a Midtown sports Arena thursday to turn Over the last Page of the talmud ending More than seven years of communal study of the sacred 3,300-year-old text. The ceremony held at Madison Square Garden was dedicated to the memory of those who died in the holocaust and were unable to carry on the tradition. A i can to think of a better Way to memorialize the victims of the holocaust than for jews of every kind to learn their Laws together a said Daryl Green a former investment banker. Most of those gathered had squeezed about an hour each Day a at Dawn late at night or while commuting a to learn the Laws and the reasons behind them in the six volume 2,711-Page text. The last Cycle of study was completed in 1982, and is repeated every seven years. The Siyoum or closing ceremony was one of hundreds held throughout the world on the same Day. Participants in thursdays ceremony vowed to open the text again Friday morning along with hundreds and thousands of other jews around the world. In 1982, 5,000 packed the Felt forum but this year hundreds were turned away from the sold out Garden. A it is especially important for Young people to be Here a said Devora Goldring 16, of Brooklyn who said her grandmother and aunts were liberated from a nazi concentration Camp on the same Date 45 years ago. An estimated 3,000 women attended the ceremony while an estimated 19,000 men dressed in Black suits and hats flooded the main floor of the Arena. Rabbis from new York Montreal and London addressed the crowd Many of whom had travelled to the ceremony in family and school groups from Mexico City and san Francisco As Well As cities along the East coast. Tears streaked the faces of hundreds during the solemn Reading of the a aka dish the jewish memorial prayer that closed the Siyoum. The talmud covers every aspect of jewish life and often seems remarkably up to Date in outlining ways for husbands and wives to relate or How to Aid the homeless. The a Daf Yomie a literally a Page a Day a method of study was started in Vienna in 1923 to make it easier for people to master the talmud when faced with the demands of modern Bible memorized Cincinnati up when asked where to get a copy of the script performer Alec Mccowen has a Quick reply. A any hotel room a he said. The a a script is the entire text of the bibles gospel according to Mark. Its not the revised Standard edition but the older King James version that Mccowen has memorized. Mccowen praised by the new York times As a one of the five greatest English speaking actors a got the idea of a a staging St. Marks gospel in 1976 when he was looking for material for a one Man show. Are you without a Choice tied to just one co. And it s High costs Stop at . Insurance Center. All of the Best choices at the lowest costs. And at one location. Hafner Altstaetter Erie insurance Agency 173 w. Washington Row pm. 625-1913 a Ponderosa grand Buffet h All a you a can a eat a a Joel Trout Amy Spitler and also served daily the worlds biggest Best breakfast Buffet to served 7a.m. 11a.m. With Bacon eggs sausage Fried potatoes Corn beef hash waffles pancakes hot biscuits Blueberry muffins assorted fruit amp donuts. A 334 Milan ave. . Rte. 250 Norwalk Ohio 419 668-9148 a 1424 Oak Harbor re. . Rte. 20 Fremont Ohio 419 334-2929 a 4455 e. Liberty . Rte. 6 Vermilion Ohio 216 967-1615 �?�2916 Milan re. . Rte. 250 Sandusky Ohio 419 626-9733 buses and trucks Welcome. Call manager collect for parties of 10 or More. A breakfast served 7 00 1 00 . Daily. I via i he Sci teens offer testimony Calvary Baptist Church 1810 e. Perkins Avenue will sponsor teen night 6 ., sunday with Perkins High school seniors Joel Trout and Amy Spitler sharing testimonies. Seniors Heather Garman Sandusky Greg Gasser mar Garetta and Mary to Brooks Danbury will join in the testimony. A youth group ensemble of 7th-12th graders playing five different instruments will perform especially for the occasion. The Public is invited. L.\>4< a Ponderosa. Inc. . Dubhashi . Announces the opening of his practice for gynaecology and infertility at 1031 Pierce St., Sandusky Call for appointment at 621 -8820 the Register. Keeping you informed since1822 Trinity lutheran Church 502 Bardshar Road Sandusky will have an ascension Day service 7 30 ., May 24. Fremont Grace Brethren Church 900 Smith Road Fremont will present Greg Buchanan world class harpist in concert 6 ., april 29. Buchanan with nine recordings to his credit has played for the Billy Graham crusade and the gospel music association Dove awards. Childcare will be available. A love offering will be taken. For More information Call 332-2623. Church women United will Honor May Fellowship Day 9 30 ., May 4, with a breakfast meeting a Justice with All your mite at first presbyterian Church Washington and Jackson streets Sandusky. The interdenominational Church program Calls for caring commitment and change on behalf of All oppressed people. Babysitting is provided. Trinity lutheran Church 2031 West 30th St., Cleveland will hold a juried Art show 10 .-6 ., May 19-20. Six concerts from bagpipers to pipe organists will follow. Zion lutheran Church 503 Columbus Avenue Sandusky will hold an Anthem Reading workshop with guest clinician Walter Ehret 9 ., May 5, sponsored by the american Guild of organists. The workshop is open to anyone interested in Reading new anthems at no charge or pre registration. Ancient accepted scottish rite 4645 Heather Downs Boulevard Toledo will hold a degree presentation 10 45 ., May 5. For reservations for the $2 lunch Call 381-8726. Christian singles Fellowship will meet 7-9 ., May 5 at the Sandusky Myca with Len Mcdermott on a despise not Day of Small afterglow country Kitchen. Erie county ministerial association will meet 8 30 ., May 1 in the Mccrystal room on the 4th floor of the pm Wing of Providence Hospital 1912 Hayes ave., Sandusky. All area clergy Are invited to attend the breakfast meeting. Porters memorial . Church 1722 third St., Sandusky will sell ribs and Chicken sandwiches 11 ., april 28, sponsored by the women a Day committee. It. Harvest Church of god . 113 and 250, Milan will conduct a special morning service of pastor appreciation sunday. Revival begins at 6 And continues through May 2, with guest speaker Bro. Earnest Surgner Bucyrus. St. Stephen .e. Church 312 Neil St., Sandusky Daisy Burns missionary society will celebrate its annual Day 10 45 ., sunday with guest speaker evangelist Dawn Hill second Baptist Church new London and afternoon speaker Denise Warren Church organist. Ebenezer Baptist Church 1215 Pierce St., Sandusky will present the choirs of the main Baptist Church Aurora Illinois in concert 7 30 ., tonight. The Public is invited to the free event. Providence Baptist Church 224 Dixie ave., Sandusky will present Cleveland so new creation a in a musical program 7 30 ., tonight sponsored by the usher Board. The Church will hold a salad feast 12 30-2 30 ., sunday. Adults $3.50 youth $1.75. Williams Temple logic Church 1805 s. Pearl St., Sandusky will present their 2nd annual youth Day 11 ., sunday with City commissioner Leroy Sizemore and special guest attorney Gale Harris. The Christ Temple youth groups #1 amp 2, Dayton will follow at 3 30 New Jerusalem Baptist Church 1927 Shelby St., Sandusky will Host a family amp Friend Day concert 4 ., sunday featuring Pat Matthews Marie Junior Glen Moorer Charles Sallee and Charles Charlston. The 18-year pastoral anniversary will be celebrated 7 ., april 30-May 4. Emmanuel Temple 128 e. Adams St., Sandusky will hold a car Wash and bar by a Chicken rib and fish Sale 9 .-5 ., today. Cars $4 vans $5. Bellevue Assembly of god 770 Kilbourne St., Bellevue will feature Rev. Richard Moore Louisville Kentucky preaching during the five part Spring spiritual emphasis 10 30 . And 6 ., sunday 7 ., april 30-May 2. Everyone is Welcome to the free event. Childcare the service Navy airman Timothy r. Paxton son of l. Jack Paxton Clyde recently visited Rio de Janeiro while deployed with attack Squadron-94, based at naval air station Lemoore calif., embarked aboard the aircraft Carrier Enterprise. Some Crew members helped paint an area school and Church while medical personnel provided tetanus inoculations for school children in cooperation with a project arrived for duty in West Germany. Baker is an anti Armor weapons infantryman with the 15th infantry. He is a 1989 graduate of Vermilion High school. Navy Petty officer 2nd class William Martineau son of Yvonne m. Brown Wakeman recently reported for duty aboard the submarine tender Frank Cable Home ported in Charleston . He is a 1984 graduate of Western Reserve High school and joined the Navy in june 1984. Army pvt. Thor d. Baker son of Gary d. Baker 130 Sawyer Road Roebuck ., and Cindy Kotcher Vermilion has 24 x24 Lvi car garage with hardb0ard siding a foundation and Concrete floor a deep footers at extra Cost a 1, 16 x7�?T fibreglass overhead door a steel service door a 2 Jalousie windows a 8 boxed overhang on eaves amp Gables garages 1218 s. Prospect St. For free estimate 614 389-3310 Mansfield 419 589-6066 Sandusky 419 626-4218 Marion Call collect

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