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MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVENTEEN New Pope Will Shape Course of Catholic Church By JAMBS MARLOW Associated Press Ness Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) - The struggle among the cardinals in choosing a new Pope will shape the direction of the Roman Catholic Church for years. The conservatives and those Who favor a more liberal policy, when they begin June 19 to elect Irom among themselves a successor to Pope John XXIII, may hit a stalemate and have to settle On a compromise. Still, he could be a surprise, one way or the other. Pope John was. He was a compromise and turned out in his short reign of about 4Vz years to be the most progressive and adaptable Pope in the 20th century. That the word liberal can be used to describe some of the cardinals who feel the Church needs changes to adjust to new times is in itself a mark of change. Only 72 years ago, when Pope Leo XIII wrote his famous encyclical, Rerum Novarum (Of New Things), he denounced liberals in (he world by name. It was a time when part of the liberal tradition was anti-clerical with European economic thinkers, especially in Britain, who urged free enterprise without govern men! control or interference. They were the social Darwinians, oprating under the philoso-j ' phy of Herber Spencer's dog-eat-; dog'society in which the rich were considered superior and Ihe poor deserved to be r>oor because they weren't, smart enough to gel rich. But it was in that encyclical that Pope Leo urged consideration for workers and suggested labor unions. By the time he wrote it in 1891, already some programs of social welfare for workers had been started, but only on a tiny scale. Pope John, in his encyclical this year, Pacem in Terris (Peace on Earth), went far behond Pope Leo's thinking and urged cradle- to-the-grave welfare programs. Nothing showed the changing b'mes belter. Now liberals are no longer associated with the concept of unlimited free enterprise and Ihe word liberal is not identified with anti-clericalism. Some Catholics consider themselves liberal, some conservative. Liberals today in the economic field, concerned for the general welfare, urge government controls on business. Pope John, unlike Pope Leo, didn't condemn liberals in his encyclical. He didn't mention them- The most recent visible sign of change in thinking among Church leaders came from Richard Cardinal Cushing, Roman Catholic archbishop of Boston and one of those who will choose the new Pope. Broad Mlwriilism He expressed views in the June 15 issue of America, a Jesuit weekly, which would have seemed impossible 50 years ago. He suggested removing many of Ihe Church restrictions on marriages between Catholics and non- latholics, specifically proposing elimination of the religious promises required of the non-Catholic partner. He predicted that the Church'; canon law on marriage would be changed as an outgrowth of the Ecumenical Council which Pope John had called into session last fall, the first in almost 100 years. law is the result of pastoral| a nieeting of , hc Belleville Chap- needs" but that the "needs of onej^, FHday evening _ she was ac . lime are not the needs of another j companied by Mrs . Kst el Span- and may not be of "much help tOj g | e junior Past Worthy Matron Eastern Stars Plan Events at Jersey JERSEYVILLE — Jerseyville Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will observe "Neighbors Night" on July 2 at which time members from 14 other chapters will be invited to attend. Mrs. Hargis Maholland, worthy matron, has announced that the worthy grand matron of Illinois, Mrs. Mildred Blomstand of Chicago, will make her official visil to the Jerseyville Chapter on July 9, accompanied by her official family. A banquet and reception will be held in her honor at 6:30 p.m. that evening in the First Baptist Church of Jerseyville. Mrs, Mahnllaiid Honored JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Hargis IBll, me nrsi in aimoai u/u yema. -. It i; expected to resume lhis fall. Maholland, Worthy Matron of the ., ,, Jerseyville Chapter Order of Eas- Cardinal Cushing said canon L Sfa| , WM , of honor al 1_ 11, -. .,.-, r^till i-vf rnscir\i'l»l I -. .. _. Carpentier Urges U. S. to Stick to Lincoln's Views ROCK ISLAND. 111., — Had this! nation followed the principles in the Emancipation Proclamation, "we would not have sown the seeds of bitterness and hate, that are coming to full flower today in parts of our country," Secretary of State Charles F. Carpentier said here today. Carpentier was the principal speaker at a program sponsored by the American Negro Emancipation Commission commemorating the centennial of the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. The meeting was one of a series being presented by the Commission in various parts of the state. In the Emancipation Proclama- New Priest Says Mass at Eclwarelsville EDWARDSVILLE — A solemn high mass of thanksgiving SIU to Graduate Four Carrollton Students ! Skaggs. son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn jSkagcs of this city, will graduate :tt, is work from the University of 'Illinois svilh a degree in elcctri- 'cal encinrpring. so we will steadily and rapidly ce i e brated al noon Sunday at St. make thc progress we all so eHi-n-; Boniface C|nn . ch hv the Rev . Fa _ estly desire." ;, her charles Bast soll of Mr. and "We find ourselves today in a j ^ rs .Edward Bast of Creve Coeur. CARROLLTON — Miss Diane,cation. Jnunipy. Mis? Joyce Ann Helton. • Mrs. Gcerlings i? the former i,Mrs. Joe M. Clark ?.<-.;l Mrs. Jon : Lou Evans, daughter of Mr. and "Geerlings are members of the;ji rs . Emmert Evans, and she Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" world threatened by a form and'^ T | le Rev Father Ralph Gui-;g l ' aduatin S class lhis >' ear at thp ! _i.:i_» i,.. ~* »'\i>f /-»nm_ i . r ^. T^ :e^ _ :_i iSoutliprn Illinois University JCarhondale. Miss Journey, daughter of Mr. V ,,, JVI ;and Mrs. Earl Journey, will re-j philosophy of government completely opposed to the American system." Mr. Carpentier said. "If we are going to combat that system of government successfully, if we are going to thwart its announced plans to 'bury us', and to make our country one vast slave labor camp, our country must have at its disposal the best that every one of us is caapable do. pastor of SI. Boniface, assist-i ed Father Bast and the Rev.! Schmidt of Tipton, Mo., a class-' mate of Father Bast, served as deacon. Timothy Daniels of Edwardsville was sub-deacon. Father Bast, who was ordained May 25 at the pontifical college Josephinum. Coluhibus. Ohio, by the most Rev. Egidio Vagnozzi. , \\ill alr-o graduate with a ma.ior a in elementary education. To Receive Degree CARROLLTON — James HARRIS TcrmJte-Pest Control Workmanship Guaranteed FREE INSPECTION Phone 486-270t Member Nat'l Pest Control Assn., Alton Chamber of Commerce of giving." a later generation. Ho said, "in fact, they can sometimes be a hindrance in the care of souls." He also urged the gradual elimination of the procedure connected with the Church's index of prohibited books. Pope John wanted closer unity in the Christian world between Catholics and non Catholics, he wanted reforms In the Church. These were his main reasons for calling the Ecumenical Council. But in thc council meeting approval has to come from thoso and Miss Betty Cox, Associate Matron of the Jerseyville Chapter. Officers of the local chap- presented Mrs. Maholland with a gift. Treated for Injuries JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Gerald Goshorn of Jerseyville was brought to Jersey Community Hospital al 8:40 a.m. Saturday for treatment of a hand injury. She cut thc first finger of her right hand on' a glass. Darrell Peters Jr., 4, of Cameron, Mo., son of Mr. and Mrs. apostolic delegate to the U.S.. cel- ibrated his first mass June 2 at "If we deny to any American j Crevp Coue ,. the opportunity to develop his 1 He . g (hc srandsoll of M,. God given abilities to the fullest, , Mrs _ ^^ Va)vo g) , am , , , Mrs _ Uus a)vo ) , am r we not only deprive our country and Mrs Kdward BHSt , a) | of E d . ion, Abraham Lincoln expressed of thp benefits of his abilities. , wal . d!5vi '|ip ' anr i the principle of "livr ami leti wp ^. M , P , A W eapon in the hands: r , J ....!.. J _.. : ' 1I _ ..... jive," a point of view IIP had expressed several years earlier in a lawsuit seeking to remove the railroad bridge across the Mis-| sissippi river at Rock Island, Sec-j retary Carpentier said. He urged the group to "renew our determination to adhere to the principle Lincoln expressed o( our enemies." Secretary Car-; pentier said. ; is a former ,. esidpn( A rwpption at , rndpd h y about I ceive a bachelor of science tie- i igree with a major in sociology] and a minor in government at the j June 13 ceremonies. j Miss Helton is the daughter ofj Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Helton i of Eldred and will graduate with; a major in education. Mrs. Clark, who is a daughter-' in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Joe S.' Clark of this city.will graduate with a major in elementary edu- 600 friends and parishioners, wasj held from 4:3P to 7 p.m. at St.i Boniface School. i - GET OUT OF DEBT - DO YOU OWE $500 TO $5,000 CnitMrilflnte nt Our Office. Get on a Current PayinR Basis. 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It is the cardinals alone who elect a Pope. But Pope John, in the social and political fields, took steps on his own. For instance, by sug- ^jsting H world government and opening the door a bit to dealing with thc Communist world. Millions of Catholics are behind the Iron Curtain. The new Pope will either follow down the road paved by Pope John, revert to real conservatism or try to hit some middle ground. But it was the worldwide good will created by Pope John which caused world-wide regret when he died last week. Suggests Easing Mixed Marriage Church Rules NEW YORK (AP) — Richard Cardinal Cushing of Boston suggests lifting many of the Roman Catholic Church's restrictions on religiously mixed marriages. Specifically, he wants to do away with the. requirement that a non-Catholic who marries a Catholic promise that their children will be raised in the Catholic laith and not interfere with the Catholic partner's religion. Cardinal Cushing, whose 1.7-million member archdiocese is the second largest in the United States, says the promises are "an irritant to many." "It is clear from what happens subsequently," he says, that some non-Catholics "make the promises in bad faith." Cardinal Cushing's views were printed in the June 15 issue of the Jesuit weekly magazine, America. The maga/ine's feature editor, the Rev. Walter M. Abbott, obtained he cardinal's views in an inter- •iew. Cardinal Cushing's slatements ollowed by a month the official stand taken by the Church ol Scot- and. a Protestant body, in ob.iect- ng to Catholic mixed-marriage ulcs on grounds they were a jausse of broken homes and a stumbling block to Christian unity. Thc cardinal, now in Rome to lelp select a new Pope, predicted he canon laws on marriage will w changed as an outgrowth of the Ecumenical Council. By eliminating the required rmrital promises, Cardinal Cush- said, "we would not be chunking any dogma of the Church." The cardinal also urged eradu- jlly eliminating the procedure :oiinected with the Church's Index of Prohibited Books—those condemned as herilical, dangerous FATHER'S DAY JUNE 16 injury Saturday morning on a farm abut six miles south of Jerseyville. He was running and fell on a large rock. flersp.yville Notes JERSEYVILLE — Michael Spears of Fieldon was taken to Alton Memorial Hospital for ob- icrvation and treatment Saturday. The Misses Mary Schleper and j Vicki Schroeder returned Sunday; from Champaign, III., where they attended the wedding of Miss Marajen Graham and Terry Lee Stacy Saturday morning at (he Holy Cross Catholic Church. The Jerseyville girls assisted at the wedding reception at the Moose :iub. Thc bride is a graduate of he Sacred Heart Academy in Springfield where Misses-Schleper and Schroeder are students. The girls returned to Jerseyville Sun-j day with Miss Schleper's brother, Tom Schleper, a student at the University of Illinois who will be 1 employed in E. 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