Press and Sun-Bulletin from Binghamton, New York on July 12, 1987 · 58
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a N k a i a I -a iV k " , v ";' - u . 2F Press & Sun-Bulletin Monday, July 12, 1987 Traditionalist marches on Rome Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre may ordain bishops GENEVA (AP) - After a decade of keeping a low profile, Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre appears to be putting his traditionalist movement on a collision course with the Vatican. The 81-year-old rebel, whose ultra-traditionalist stance is claimed to have millions of sympathizers, has served word that he intends to consecrate bishops to ensure what he calls "the continuation of the Catholic church." Without papal authority, such move could result in Lefebvre's ejection from the Roman Catholic Church and its first major schism since the "old catholics" broke from the Vatican after the 1870 proclamation of the doctrine of papal infallibility. The disclosure of his plans came in a homily highlighting a June 29 ceremony in which he ordained in defiance of a Vatican ban 21 new traditionalist priests at Econe, the Swiss seminary and birthplace of his "Fraternity St. Pius X." WORLD He cited "two signs from providence" that indicated the time had come to act: the meeting Pope John Paul II organized in Assisi last fall with leaders of many world religions, and a "disappointing" response he received from the Vatican in January to questions about the issue of religious freedom. Lefebvre, without elaborating, said this was new evidence that the Roman hierarchy was plunging into "the darkness of errors." "It is probable that I will give myself successors to be able to continue our work," he said. "In the face of a completely exceptional situation, we have to take exceptional measures." The fraternity is named after Pope Pius X, known for a 1907 manifesto condemning modernistic trends within the church. Lefebvre holds that these trends assumed "autodestructive" proportions in the reforms instituted by the 1963-65 Second Vatican Council. Excommunication ejection from the church is the last and most drastic sanction left in the Vatican's arsenal of disciplinary measures against the French-born dissident. Since 1976, he has been suspended in his priestly and episcopal functions under an order issued by Pope Paul VI. The order, which he has ignored, forbids him to say Mass and administer the sacrament. Lefebvre and his priests also continue to use a 16th century Latin rite, the Triden-tine Mass, which was banned under the Vatican Council reforms. As a result, hundreds of priests he ordained during the past 15 years and who now officiate in at least 28 countries, are not recognized by the Vatican. The movement claims to have 70 centers throughout the world with seminaries in Switzerland, the United States, France, Argentina and . J WORLD BRIEFS Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre Ordaining new priests West Germany. One is to open shortly in Gabon and others are planned in Mexico and Australia. Sharp rhetoric between Lefebvre and the Roman curia under the tenure of Paul VI softened after the election of Pope John Paul II. Also, the Vatican has not repeated the warnings of excommunication which it issued before previous illegal ordinations by Lefebvre. White gunmen kill 3; 2 victims tied to ANC JOHANNESBURG, South Africa White gunmen shot and killed two members of the outlawed African National Congress guerrilla group and a female companion in Swaziland, South African news agencies reported yesterday. They said the killers' car forced a taxi carrying Paul Dikeledi, Charles Mapunda and the woman off a road outside Mbabane, the Swazi capital, on Thursday. The reports said the two men were shot in the taxi and the woman, Augusto Tsinini, was killed as she attempted to flee. Iraq claims major gain NICOSIA, Cyprus Iraqi troops backed by fighter-bombers, helicopter gunships and artillery recaptured parts of the Majnoon oilfields and killed hundreds of Iranian soldiers before dawn yesterday, Iraq said. Iran denied the report and said Iran "smashed" the Iraqi thrust in the area and inflicted hundreds of casualties. Suspect Sikh rebels killed NEW DELHI, India Security forces killed five suspected Sikh extremists they encountered while on patrol and terrorists shot and killed two people, police and news reports said yesterday. Both actions occurred Friday night in Punjab state, where Sikh militants are fighting for a separate homeland from predominantly Hindu India. Rock fan drowns ULSTER A 20-year-old rock-music fan drowned last night while trying to swim across a river to hear David Bowie perform at an Irish castle, according to news reports. They said another fan was seriously wounded in a fight, also outside the grounds of Slane Castle in County Meath. 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