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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23. 1976. THS CATHOLIC ADVANCE ,1 1 Popo says Cturcb rcasS bo 'on I ho sido 6J wcmcn' May they rest in peace rjt4'- Vvr According to the Pope, the "bitter and even violent way of answering back" which characterizes some feminist groups can be "explained and even partially, understood" by attempts of others to manipulate the feminist cause. Pope Paul assured the group that the "very lively" public debate about the role of women is being followed "with interest and trepidation" by the entire Church. "We fully believe that the participation of women at various levels of society must be not only recognized but also promoted and above all appreciated," the Pope mer, Wichita, and Mrs.
Ar-line Murphy, Orinda, and two. brothers, Frank, Wichita, and John, Sun "City, Calif. Arrangements by Lahey's Crest Hill Mortuary. BANWORTH Funeral services, were held Dec. 21 in St.
Teresa Church for Joseph H. Banworth, 73, of 717 East 6th, Hutchinson who died Dec. 17. Father John Mullen officiated. Survivors include: his wife, Cathryn; three sons, Francis, Hutchinson; Phillip, Denver, and Lawrence, Havre De Grace, and two daughters, Mrs.
Margaret Starke, Hutchinson, and Mrs. Patricia Jaenicke, Wichita. Arrangements by Elliott VATICAN CITY (NC) The Church must be "on the 'side of women' who are discriminated against on the job or manipulated by power-seekers in society, Pope Paul -VI declared Dec. 6. "Like the early Church, the Church of today absolute- i ly must be on the side of women, especially when they are demoted from the role of active and responsible subject to that of passive, in-significant object," Pope? Paul told members of an Italian Christian women's or- ganization here.
The 79-year-old Pope said that the Church is opposed to job discrimination, but also to "even worse forms of manipulation by the mass media, society and the fami- Ty." 1 "One could say that worn-' en represent the easiest way for some people today to call attention to their own tendency toward violence and social injustice," the Pope charged. GUADALUPE CYO, NEWTON, HOSTS DINNER FOR PARISH SENIOR CITIZENS Oar Lady of Gaadakpc CYO boated hi third uaul diner for the senior citizen of the parish fat the parbh lull oa Sunday, Dec. 19 at boob. A dinner was served, eatertainawat prorided, and Saata Clans visited with gifts for the guests. Guadalupe CYO off Newton has Senior Citizens Banquet Our CYO played its second volleyball game against Col-wich and lost two out of three games.
The parish officers attended a regional meeting, on Dec. 12 at Pilsen. ment following 11 a.m. Mass. There was fun for all with gifts and entertainment by C.
Siebert, on the accordi-an. To end the festivities we had a special appearance by Santa Claus. i i Joseph Church, Ost for Mrs. John (Josephine) Bugner 83, of Andale who died Dec. 17.
Survivors include: her husband; four sons, Leo, St. Petersburg, Fla.r Wilfred, Ottawa; Bob, Garden Plain, and John Mt. Hope, and four daughters, Beatrice Bugner, at home; Mrs. Mar-jorie Fisher, Garden Plain; Mrs. Mary Joan Seiler, Wichita, and Mrs.
John Ast, Colwich. Arrangements by Wulf Mortuary, Garden Plain. JENDEL Funeral services were held Dec. 20 in St. Jude Church for Charles G.
Jendel, 78, of 5300 Porter, Wichita who died Dec. 16. Father George Kruzick officiated. Survivors include: two daughters, Mrs. Coletta Bui- Li A A.
A i i i -j i mm a w. ins awj i STAFFORD Funeral services were held Dec. 18 in St. Mary Cathedral for Mrs. James A.
(Alice Stafford, of 1425 E. English, Wichita who died Dec, 15. Survivors include: a sister, Mrs. Flo Ann Vogrin, Kansas City. Arrangements by Downing Mortuary.
ROBINSON Funeral services were held Dec. 17 in St. John Church, FJ Dorado for Mark D. Robinson, 23, of Towanda who died Dec. 14.
Survivors include: his wife, Karlene; a daughter, -Stephanie; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robinson, Wilsey, and three brothers, Earl and James, both of Wilsey, and Kenpeth, Maize. Arrangements by Kirby Funeral Home, EI Dorado. McATEE Funeral services were held Dec.
16 in St. Mary Church for Mrs. Minnie L. McAtee, 86, of Parsons who died Dec. 13.
Father Francis Cox officiated. Survivors include: a daughter, Mrs. Betty Over-by, Parsons; three stepdaughters, Mrs. Mildred Maupin, Ferguson, Mrs. Mary Ann Miller, Los Angeles, and Mrs.
Lucille Eldred, San Diego, two stepsons, Howard and Eugene McAtee, both of Parsons, and two sisters, Mrs. Helen Dunovan, St. Paul, and Mrs. Katherine Chambers, Tulsa. Arrangements by Carson-Dick Funeral Home.
GOETZ Funeral services were held Dec. 18 in St. -Peter Church for August W. Goetz, 81, of WUIowdale who died Dec. 16.
Survivors include: his wife, Mary three sons, Norbert, Hutchinson; Cletus, Wichita, and Sylvester, Willowdale; six daughters, Mrs. Elenora Milter and Mrs. Dorothy Neal, both of Kingman; Mrs. Bertha Fischer, Pratt; Mrs. Lorraine Cline, Concord, Mrs.
Agnes Hiefner, Derby, and Mrs. Mildred Dare, Salina; three brothers, Joe and George, both of Willowdale, and Edward, Pratt, and a sister, Mrs. Margaret Gillen, Kingman. Arrangements by Livingston Mortuary, Kingman. LAMPE Funeral services were held Dec.
20 in St. Joseph Church, Ost for Mrs. Joseph (Theresia) Lampe, 94, of Mulvane who died Dec. 18. Survivors include: a son, Ferdinand, Moran; four daughters, Mrs.
Anna Lange and Sister Xavier Lampe, both of Wichita; Maria Lampe, Mulvane, and Mrs. Catherine Fisher, Pell Lake, three brothers, Steve Miewes, Iola; Martin Meiwes, Moran, and Herman Meiwes, Mt. Hope, and two sisters, Mrs. Maria Otto, Elsen, Germany, and Mrs. Gertrude Hausmann, Essen, Germany.
Arrangements by Wulf Mortuary, Garden Plain. BUGNER Funeral services were held Dec. 20 in St. added. He warned Christian i women, however, that the women's movement should not reject the natural differences between the sexes.
"Women must not reject the fact that they have their own which differ- entiates woman from man not in the sense of natural dignity, but rather with regard to difference of functions," the Pope said. "We must guard against a crafty form of undervaluation of the female condition through which the diversifying traits written by nature in both sexes are misunderstood," warned the Pontiff. "It is part of the order of creation itself that women fulfill themselves as women certainly not through a context of mutual oppression with man, but rather in harmonious and fruitful integration, based on respectful recognition of each other's distinct roles," continued the Pope. In his speech one of the most positive he has given on the topic of women's liberation the Pope asserted that "Christianity, more than any other religion, has given a special status of dignity to women, right from its very beginning." He said that the role of women in the structure of the early Church was so "remarkable that perhaps its essence has not yet been clarified." of Council 41 18 sets New Year Dance at Holy Family Center Plans have been completed for Knights of Columbus Council 4118's New Year's Eve Dance announced Charlie Beckett, grand knight, Jack Shively, program director, and Don Eck, council activities director. Holy Family Center will receive all profits from this annual benefit dance.
Scheduled for Dec. 31, the dance will be held at Holy Family Center, 619 S. Maize Road in Wichita. The Dutchmasters will provide music from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Public is invited. Reservations should be in by Dec. 27. For additonal information call Charlie Beckett, 722-5472 or 262-8730. See ad on page 2.
Rile THE WICHITA MISSIONARIES bt Barqabimeto, Venezuela, (I. to Father Robert Kocour, Father Gene Komer, and Father Jerry Beat, wish all their contributors in the Wichita Diocese a very Merry Christmas. "Merry Christmas to all from the Venezuelan Mission Team!" GREETINGS from the Franciscan Sisters of Pittsburgh, who are working in the Mission Team. They are: (I. to Sister Ellen Hutzler, Senor Pastor Escalona (a deacon candidate who works in San Francisco parish), Sister Bemadette Pauline Battaglia and Sister Celine Elchhorn.
SLEIGH RIDE From a country church, carolers set out by sleigh to visit homes in the neighborhood, where they will sing Christmas carols and spread holiday cheer. The word "carol" comes Irom the Greek word "choraulein," which refers to a dance accompanied by the playing of flutes. Such dancing usually done in ring form was very popular among the ancient Greek and Romans. The Romans brought the custom and its name to Britain. In medieval England "carol" meant a ring-dance accompanied by singing but gradually the meaning of "carol" changed and the word was applied to the song Itself.
In the modem sense, the word has come to denote all vernacular songs pertaining to Christmas. They are simple, festive songs as opposed to hymns, which are essentially solemn. The birthplace of the true Christmas carol was Italy. There, in the 13th Century, St. Francis of Assist was the first to introduce the Joyous carol spirit which soon spread all over Europe.
This William Medcalf Illustration of an early American Christmas scene appears in the 1972 edition of "Christmas, An American Annual of Christmas Literature and Art," Vol. 42, edited by Randolph E. Haugan. It is used by permission ofAugsburg Publishing House, Minneapolis, copyright owner. (RMS photo) BY ALICIA TERRONES Dec.
13 was a Christmas gift exchange and a short meeting for all the members. For our Christmas project we held our annual Senior Citizens Banquet, Dec. 19 at Our Lady of Guadalupe base CALL 524-7002 NOW Owrprtvea, bt water xtractioa tetbee1 i fMrantMe' NOT te (brink carpet. St. Anrm't Parish THE SISTERS FROM COLUMBIA, who are part of the Mission Team, send their Christmas greetings.
Called: Las hermanas Columbia nas de la Congregacion de San luan Evangellsta, they are, (I. to Sister Alicia Martinez, Sister Gilma Grisales and Sister Nely Martinez. They work In Pueblo Nuevo. Dear Family and Friends, As I write, we await early dawn of December 16, when young and old, the devout and the not so devout will congregate to begin the annual celebration of the Misas de Aguinal-do, the novena of Christmas Masses. There will be "standing room only," and the roof of the church will struggle to hold its own as the various youth groups rock the quiet morning with their enthusiastic rendition of the "gaitas," the native Christmas music.
The little girls with new dresses will be there, obviously impressed with themselves. And they will be there everyday until the dresses are no longer new. Mama has said that the new dress will be worn only to church, a restriction easily rendered null by daily participation in Holy Mass. Norberto, the self-appointed street cleaner, will be there, wearing nothing new except a fresh layer of dirt. He'll be there with his homemade flute: an empty bottle, a rolled paper or a hollowed sugar cane stalk.
Placing himself in the midst of the musical group, he'll contribute in his own way to the festivities. The elderly Nicolasa will be in the front pew as usual, motjonless until time for the Sign of Peace, when she'll wattder through the congregation searching for her friends, sharing with them a greeting of peace. Matias, a very competent gent until several years ago when he suffered a mental breakdown, will be waiting at the door long before it is unlocked. He enjoys a very personal relationship with God, and all through the service he'll talk aloud to God about the problems of yesterday and today, his arms and hands rising and falling in ballet fashion as he lives the prayers of the Mass and those of his own inspiration. Ana will arrive a little late, but she will be active from the moment she arrives until the last person has departed and the doors are locked.
She'll be attentive to every detail, even to a few that don't demand attention, and she won't leave without scolding someone about something. There will be fireworks outside, a few children playing "tag" inside and perhaps a dog fight or two under the pews. But somehow or other, the grace of the coming of the Nino Jesus will make its way through, and all will experience a certain renewal of the Faith, Power and Love which is the meaning of Las Navidades. That each of you share this renewal is my wish as, separated by many miles but united in the same Spirit, we celebrate this Christmas of 1976. "May God the Father, out of the rich treasury of His glory, strengthen you through His Spirit with a power that reaches your innermost being.
May Christ find a dwelling place through faith in your hearts, so that rooted and grounded in love, you may measure with all the saints, in its breadth and length and height and depth, the love of Christ which surpasses understanding; that you may be filled with all the fullness of God." (St. Paul to the Ephesians) Father Kocour Charity at Home The Christmas season fs a very busy lime for Catholic Charities and the demands made on the agency are many and varied. If anyone would like to help those less fortunate than himself to have a more decent Christmas holiday, such donations will be happily received. Please contact: Father Robert Larson, Catholic Charities, 437 N. Topeka, Wichita, 67202 (264-8344).
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