Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 20, 1972 · Page 119
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August 20, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 119

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No, Catholics do not believe that Mary is equal to God They do not worship her. They do not adore her images. They do not consider her in any way as the rival of Christ, "the one Mediator between God and men'' What then do Catholics believe about Mary? They believe tnat all she is, she owes to the goodness of God. He chose her for a unique place in His plans for the redemption of the human race. And for her allotted vocation He endowed her with special graces. Among these were divine motherhood, perpetual virginity, srnlessness. On her part. Mary, as a responsible human being, cooperated with God's grace. She responded so perfectly, in fact, to God's advances that she is a model of faith and obedience. In a word. Catholics believe that God's power on the one hand and Mary's cooperation on the other made her the kind of person whom all later generations would call "blessed" For more on Catholic belief about Mary, we invite you to send for our free pamphlet. "The Mother of Jesus" No one will call on you. ·--FREE --Mail Coupon Today!-Please send Free Pamphlet entitled "The Mother of Jesus" This offer is limited to one free pamphlet. Name Address City PR-24 State. Zip_ CATHOLIC INFORMATION SERVICE KIIIGHTS OF COLUMBUS P. O. Box 1971. New Haven, Conn. 06509 ORDERING HY MAIL? m: si HI; TO: Include your own 1 name, address and Zip Code Use proper address 2 and Zip Code of the advertiser ·1 Send correct amount of money Then if you haven't 4 received your order write: Miss Laura Peters PARADE MAIL ORDER SERVICE 733 Third Avenue New York, N.Y. 10017 in PLEASE ALLOW AT LEAST SIX WEEKS FOR DELIVERY Tin- complete guide to modern hair care-- fnin cfWrnwMg.' lining. o/or/'»tg and iiintlilioning lit styling, */i«/i;/;/i-»m;» find w//wi littir aid*-- U'tlh tin cnlihi\i\ mi how In cluo\c eind u\f fn(li«l\ til home. »· 1P~ --5* Illustrated with photographs and line drawings MM · Beautiful hair is one of the most important adjuncts of a woman's attractiveness. It's also one of the most easily acquired. Yet astonishingly few women know the secrets of hair care, including how much they can do for their own hair beauty, without professional assistance. Now a new book is available, which for the special price of $1 to PARADE readers, discusses simply and straightforwardly the way to attain beautiful hair. Called Hair Care. it is profusely illustrated with photos and line drawings, and written by stylist and editor Lydia Peraza. Hair Care provides all the information and instructions you will need to care for your hair with a minimum of expense and effort, and with a maximum of return in the form of hair beauty that men will admire and women envy. As Miss Peraza points out, hair is one element of feminine attractiveness that is susceptible to quick improvement and enhancement. "Hair is the world's first miracle fiber," she writes. "It can be washed, tinted, straightened, curled, brushed, combed, teased, rolled, pinned and dried!" Of course, hair problems differ from person to person. Hair Care shows you how to get the most from your hair whether it's straight, curly or kinky, with a full account of the styling that is best for each type. From cutting to coloring, it covers the complete range of hair treatment. It's a practical book that can save you money, because it tells you when you will need the help of a professional hairdresser, and when you can do the job yourself. In addition, Hair Care emphasizes the importance of general bodily health in keeping your hair in tip-top condition and will show you how proper diet and exercise may bring dividends in more lustrous appearance. Included is the latest information on coloring and setting, brushing and styling, and the use of electrical appliances and commercial hair aids. Products are listed by brand-name, providing a clear and practical guide to their value and usefulness, so that you can tell whether or not they're for you. A list of "do's" and "don'ts" helps you decide which hair styles are best suited to your particular face type, and there's a whole "Q. and A." section covering the most commonly asked questions on hair care, accessories, and even wigs. Hair Care can make a more glamorous you, at only a fraction of the cost of one visit to the hairdresser. It may be the best investment in personal beauty you ever made TO n YOUR COT: Send $1 in cash, check or money order for each copy of Hair Care Jo PARADE, P.O. Box 4, Department |, Kensington Station, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11218. Please print name, address and zip code and allow three weeks for delivery. PARADE · AUGUST 20.1973

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