2 Priests Rankled Over 'Bureaucratic Sefup' PAST-KECKEATED—Early-times-at. Nauvoo, 111, once the: center .for' the Mormon 'faith .is ; being recre- ated'in 'a restoration project .that • will make it appear as it did in1840s when it-flourished,, as the largest city in Illinois'. Nauvoo-is,the point where the Latter-Say Saints began their. historic -Western' trek. Left is the newly dedicated 'visitor's center- below left is Brigham Young in-an 1844 photo'and center, his restored house in Nauvoo. Right.is one of the surviving sun stones from .the destroyed Nauvoo temple. Below is-a-painting of-old Nauvoo. By GEORGE W. CORNELL AP Religion Writer ., NEW . YORK (AP) Church af- airs, like politics,, produces jome unexr^cted twists, miffs and potential alliances, all of hich were evident this week n a couple of situations in Roman Catholicism. BEAUTIFUL NAVVGO visitor center (top) overlook- inq Mississippi River portrays dramatic story of the founding of the LDS Church. More than 4,000 attended dedication of the structure on a 16-acre pas- toral setting which was conducted by President N. Eldon Tanner, second counselor in church presidency Painting below on display at center depicts Nau•600 as-it looked in-early days of church's founding. Class Open In Religion A. series of classes on the i HOPES FOR $550 Baptist Church Sets Goal For World Fellowship Day, A eoal of $550 is set for the \ the church "odd Fellowship . So.m. at St. Paul Lutheran son. „, Pastor Peter D. Pedersen will lead discussions each Wednesday night on'such topics as the Bible, "Our Way-to Heaven," baptism, holy communion, and "Jesus Our Savior." "The classes are designed with the theme of "More. r at o IMII. cu ui. -". «"i — , _ Church, 3329 Hatri- Bread" Sunday at the First Baptist Church,.2519 Jefferson. • Rev. J. David Mallgren will conduct. Sunday's offering will give American .Baptists the opportunity to stress the difference be- J.UB uiaaow t" -.. «-,«-,...— tween Christian missions and for anyone interested in a more I Lwee " ^ m , >rMf .^ m ,-* complete understanding of the i any other humanitarian aU Word of the Lord," the pastor! A senior high BYF will held Sunday evening for all young people of that age at the golden The board of Christian education will meet Oct. 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the church. said. No enrollment fees will be charged. At the conclusion of the classes, persons who feel in har-1 mony with the teachings will be invited to join St. Paul Lutheran. The series will continue for 11 weeks. church at 6 p.m. * Sunday School Teachers' session will be conducted for all teachers and staff Wednesday. . The social committee wiU meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at Clinton Word Dotes Program MISSION TALK MARCH PLANS TO HELP FUND LAYTON — Young members of the Trinity Lutheran Church, 385 W. Golden Ave., will conduct a peaceful march to Pioneer Park and back from the church.Satur- day for the mission project. Older members of the congregation will contribute to the mission fund for each mile marched, according to Pastor M. E. Mayer. ^_^ CLINTON—The Southern Pacific Men of Song will presentj "A Sermon in Song" Sunday atj 5 p.m., at the Clinton' Second j Ward Chapel. 1387 W. 1800 N. j C. Michael Larsenwm speak, I ^^Lorm Fan-Stake, with Owen E. Rouse directing. Joann Hunt will accompany. ' Mr. and Mrs. George L. Linford, returned LDS missionaries from the Oklahoma mission, will speak Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at the 3th Ward Chapel, 480 7th, BEREAN BAPTIST CHURCH 3846 Jackson HAL MASON, Pastor Ph. 825.7206 or. 399-3855 ^^ . ndependent and Fundamental Call 825-7206 for Transportation First United Methodist Church 26th at Jefferson Bronston M. Greenwood, Minister Sunday Services Worship in Sanctuary 8:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m. Church School 9:40 a.m. (Nursery care provided at all services) Shop Our Complete MISSIONARY DEPT. Exclusively Featuring TWIN-TROUSER SUITS by . '•': _ Northweay.e® The Suif with the ;." • MIRACLE-PRESS FINISH-AND TWO-YEAR GUARANTEE COMPLETE YOUR WARDROBE Select from comfortable, long-weaning, easy-core accessories.' . . o Na-iron shirts • Washable tics • Wear-dated sox ° Ns-f.-on ~~~-rr-.zi • Robes and slippers • Missionary-shoes 15 Passport wallets • Umbrellas • Har,dkerchief> • Manicure sets and Doppkits EXPERIENCED PERSONNEL TO ASSIST IN YOUR SELECTION CHURCH OF CHRIST Services: Lord's Day a.m., Bible Study 10:00, Worship 11:00 Lord's Day, 6p.m.; Wednesday;Evening, 7:00 145 West 800 North, Clearfield—Phone 825-6990^- 825-8732 ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Sunday Mass, 6:00, 8:00, 10:00, 12:00, 6:00 p. m. Holy Days, 6:00, 8:00, 9:30 a. m., 12:10, 7:30 p. m. 24th Street and Adams Avenue LUTHERAN TRINITY, 385 West Golden, Layton Missouri Synod Bible Study and Sunday School—9:45 a.m. , ; Worship Services-Sunday 8:30,11:00 . Pastor-Rev. M. E. Mayer -.-.-; Phone 376-8449 ASCENSION, 805 2nd Street Rev Curt Pedner, Pastor, 393-6517 A Bethel Series'Congregation Family Worship 10:30 a.m. Church'School 9:30arm.." '. Nursery Care Provided A Hearty -Welcome Awaits You • ELIM LUTHERAN 575-23rd Street . Lutheran ;Church in America LYLE PAULSEN. Pastor Worship Services, 9:30 A.M. and'll:00 A.M. Sunday Church School. 9:3Q-A.M. ST PAUL CHURCH AND DAY SCHOOL ^MISSOURI SYNOD '• 3329 Harrison Blvd. ^ ^^Pete.D. Pedersen, Pastor .Worship Service 8.30; 11:00 " '; Sunday School,9:45 a.m. . In one case, the appointment of two U.S. priests 'for- the ilhurch's international synod in Rome this month rankled the National Federation of Priests Councils, even though it regards the two men as friends. Voicing disappointment, it said that two. other- priests who have been representatively lected by their colleagues should have been named— but were passed over by the bishops. OTHER CASE In the other case, a conservative lay group, Catholics United for the Faith, sought to 10» enlist both liberal and conservative groups in a conibinec protest against a move to ( shelve temporarily steps for, a representative Church council. "The bureaucratic setup is simply not listening to lay organizations despite all the talk about broader contact and participation,", said Kirby M. Sheridan, New Rochelle, N.Y., executive director of Catholics United. "We believe this a problem in which all of us,_ whether liberal or conservative^ can join in a united protest." The unusual tactic was aimed at findings of a committee, set up -by the U.S. bishops, that formation of a nationally representative Church body, including both priests and lay delegates, is not feasible at this time. SHARED DECISIONS The committee said some mechanism of shared decision making is needed, however, and suggested its own parent group, a 50-member advisory council designated by the bishops to assess the matter, might serve the purpose on. an interim basis. "This would mean the same old bureaucratic team still would be running the show," Sheridan said. "If we're going .to have such a body, it should Ibe genuinely representative and not just a 'company union'. , "What gets us is the hypocrisy of the whole thing." The call of the 8,500-member onservative group for joint protest went to more than 30 Catholic organizations, both liberal and conservative. It was ihe first such formal bid for concerted action, and while responses were not yet in, there were indications of mixed reactions. 'What we want is a representa- 1 tive voice for the'whole Catho- ic community, - not something already tied into- the .official structure, reflecting -the thinking and outlook of the bishops." BEING WEIGHED The- matter was. being weighed this week by the administrative board of the U.S. latholic Conference,- of Washington, D.C., joint operational arm of the U.S. bishops. As for the possibility of combined action by conservative and liberal groups on the matter Ternes said it was an "en- couraging idea. We definitely favor all Catholic lay ~ groups getting together . on anything they can." , "I'm intrigued," he added. In. Chicago, the Rev. Francis J Bonnike, president of the National Federation of Priests' Councils, said it felt that trying to form a' national representative body at this time would be premature. . He " said representative subgroups, including priests and laity, were needed in more dioceses to'provide a foundation for the national body, but so Glljurrfj Standard-Examiner, Saturday, Oct. 2,1971 BYU Center Will Begin Lecture Series Oct. 9 Brigham Young University's Ogden Center will launch its 1971-72 "Know Your Religion" lecture series Oct. 9 at 7:30 p.m. in the Ogden LDS Tabernacle. The first guest speaker in the series is Dr. Truman G. Madsen, professor of philosophy at -Brigham Young University, and he will discuss "Joseph Smith and the Sources of Love." RETURN LECTURE Dr. Madsen will also return on Oct. 23 to present the second in the series of 13 lectures. His topic at that time will .be '•Human Anguish and Devme Love." .. The public is invited to enroll for the entire lecture series; enrollment fees wil Ibe $10 for the series or $1.25 for a single lecture. Scheduled to get under way with Dr Madsen's first address, the 1971-72 version of "Know Your Religion" will continue through April 15. Seven LDS scholars, five of whom are BYU faculty members, will present the series and each will conduct his two lectures during the same month. Tickets for the lectures — far, these have developed only in a few cases. "We're not ready yet," he said. He expressed approval of the advisory council committee recommendation that the council itself serve as an interim group, and that it push for developments to facilitate a representative body in the future. ISSUED STATEMENT On the other hand, the federation-issued a statement voicing displeasure that the bishops had not picked Father Bonnike and the Rev. Paul M. Boyle, president of the Conference of Major Superiors, to attend the international synod. Staff Selected For Church Sunday School The Ogdsn Japanese Christian Church Sunday School staff for the new semester has been announced. • Members are: Chika Kida, superintendent; Toshi Miya, assistant; Miyo Yamashita, pianist; Elaine Sato and Penny Yan- agitani, kindergarten - nursery; Sue Nakaishi, primary; Ken Monobe, junior three and four; Jane Sugihara, junior five and six; Susan Uchida, junior high seven and eight; Eddie Enomoto, middle; Gerrold Mukai, senior high; Rev. WillianvNishi- mura, adult class. Church school begins at 9:30 a.m. Sunday. The first. Sunday of each month is Mission Sunday and children are thanked for contributing to the fund. The fund totals $55 to date. Adults class is at 10:30 a.m. with Rev. William Nishimura conducting. DR. TRUMAN-G. MADSEN For further information, phone 399-4455. be purchased at the door or ati* Missionaries Gef Your LUGGAGE the" BYU Continuing 24th. " Ogden Center Education on for 555 From HAS MERIT "It's a possibility—it has a lot of merit," said attorney John Ternes, Petoskey, Mich,, study chairman for the National Association of Catholic Laity, a 12,500-member liberal group. He said it is exploring the proposal. . "Certainly we've been ignored and are still being ignored by the hierarchy," he "ded in a telephone interview. MISSIONARIES Setecl Your CAMERA t-rem one of lh» larflBit itockj in th. Wes:. Giv» your5«lf «nough t!mo TO tok« a roll b«for. you depart to check your und«r«tonding of tho new «quiFm*nr. 3669 Wall Ave. 2363 Washington Blyd. ROY FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "025 W. 5700 S. Phone 825-7425 Sunday Bible Study 9:45 a.m. Worship 11 ajn -. Eve Bible Study 6:15 p.m. Eve Worship 7.30p.m. Sun . Eve Bible Stuay bus p.m. .ovc .ru^^ ..-« ^ Wed. Evening Prayer and Bible Study .7:30 p.m. Dennis Daniel — Pastor United Church of Christ 3350 Harrison Blvd.-Main Entrance O« 33rd Street Rev. Robert Ove, 399-1865 We are above the Health Spa Church School through Adult 10:00 Worship Service 10:30 Phone 392-5012. Nursery Provided "FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 28th Street and Quincy Ave. Ph. 393-5008 Donald R. Steiner, Pastor Worship Service — 11:00 a.m. Church School (all ages)' 9=3» a Service broadcast over Radio KANN, Rosewood Lane CHURCH jQF THE NAZARENE Phone 376-8334' 455 Rosewood Lane, Layton Sunday School: 9:45 A.M. • Morning Services: 10:45 A.M. Evening Services: 7:00 P.M. Wednesday Evening Bible School 7:00 P.M. Minister T. N. Watkins ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH 2740 Pennsylvania Ave., West Ogdcn Sunday Mass, 6:00, 8:00, 9:30, 11:30, and 7:00 p. m. . Santa Maria Mission, 210 West pnd Street (Sermons in Spanish) Sunday Mass, 9:30 a. m.—Confession Before Mass FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD, LAYTON "End Your Search for a Friendly Church Sunday School 9:45. Worship Services 10:45 a.m. and7:30.p.m. WedT-30 Bible study Royal Rangers-Missionettes. Licensed day.care,center, applications being accepted now. 17K Golden Ave, ; '. Ph. ;376-3207 • Jasper Weaver. Pastor OGDEN RESCUE MISSION 2781 Wall Ave., Box 625, 84402 394-1977 I . T Mission Services Nightly, 7 p.m. _ , •- . . "The Mission is the Arm of the Church reaching the least "of'the last and the lost for Christ Sponsored by Voluntary Contributions (Tax deductible) Onr Mission Truck Will Make Pickup-Call 394-1977 Special Prices to Missionaries Missionaries... i ^ Your <tpp«irane» «nd wornr«n» fj^j will b» mo it Important tt> yeu. ^ Our tixptrienc* in thii fitld ii t »vtry- thinfl necessary to satisfy yaur ;cloih!ng r*quir*in«nti. M«y wi la ittit you in choosing your mil* titnarY \v«rJrobt? FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 25th and Jefferson — Phone 621-1761 Rev. J, David Mallgren, Pastor Church Bible School, 9:45 A.M. Morning Service, 11 a.m. Evening Service, 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. CLEARFIELD COMMUNITY CHURCH WILEY A. KEHRLI, Pastor 9:30 and 11:00—Church School 8-30 and 11 a.m.—Identical Moraine Worship Services Representing Princinal Protestant Denominations 200 South at 500 East, Clearfield, Utah LAYTON SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH 1332 Hill Field Road Harold Dillman, Pastor Phone 376-2294 Wednesday Bible Study, 7:30 p. m. Training Union, 6:30 p. m.; Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.; Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. First Christian Church 70S 23rd Street Rev. Jerry Scheen, Minister Nursery provided for morning services. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. — Worship 10:45 a.m. — — t CANYON ROAD ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1390 Canyon Road Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. .Morning Worship, 10:40 a.m. Sunday Evening, 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, Family Night, 7:00 p.m. Kenneth Brcthouwer, Pastor — Phone 393-6555 FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 24th Street and Monroe Boulevard Sunday School .11:00 A.M., Sunday Service 11:00 A.M. SERMON: "Unreality" Wednesday Testimony Meeting, 8:00 P.M. Reading Room, 2636 Washington Blvd. ...... Open 12 Noon to 4 P.M. Radio Program KVOG Sundays 9 A.M. "CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD 4737 So. 1900 West 825-1270 Roy, Utah Sunday School—9:45 a.m. Morning Worship-Jl: 00 a.m. Sunday Evening Service—7:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting—7:30 p.m. Paul Baugher, Pastor CLEARFIELD SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH 564 South 800 East Lavoid Robertson Phone 825-0277 Sunday"School, 9:45 a. m.': Morning Worship, 10:55 a. m. Training Union, 6:00; Evening Worship, 7:00 p. m.
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