Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 1, 1968 · Page 20
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July 1, 1968

Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 20

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McConnell WSCS Offers Program, Installs Officers "Society's Untapped Resources" will be the program topic of Woman's Society of Christian Service, McConnell United Methodist Church, Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the church. The Rev. Benjamin White, pastor, will install the following officers: Mrs. Donald Scheider, president; Mrs. Lloyd Moring, vice president; Mrs. Raymond Stamm, recording secretary, and Miss Jessie Hulbert, treasurer. Committee members for the meeting are Mmes. Raymond Stamm, Benjamin White, Don- Ladies Aid Ladies Aid, Trinity Lutheran Church, Milledgeville, will meet Wednesday in the church parlors. Mrs. Lloyd Mackey will be hostess and Mrs. Walter Bauer will be in charge of the program. Christian Mission Mrs. William Frank and Mrs. John Fedderson of Milledgeville attended the school of Christian Mission this past week at North Central College, Naperville, where they participated in a Bible study and discussed "New Forms of Mission." Holiday Picnic A Sunday school picnic is planned for students of Bethel United Methodist Church, Shannon, Thursday at Camp Oak- Brethren Conference OKs Items Mrs. Florence Dumpman of the Church of the Brethren was one of 1,068 delegates present at the church's annual conference last week in Ocean Grove, N.J. Among items okayed by delegates are the discontinuance of the present Fraternal Relations Committee and authorization of a Committee on Interchurch Relations, suggestions on handling of queries and conference structure, referring church merger questions to district conferences for ratification and guidelines for the preparation of curriculum materials. Local Churches Lutheran Tri Mu Tri Mu Class of the First Lutheran Church will meet Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the home of Miss Mildred Rockey, 1241 S. Blackhawk Ave. Midweek Services The Rev. Robert J. Bush, pastor of the First Church of the Open Bible, announces a midweek worship service at the church will be held Wednesday at 7 p.m. due to the July 4 holiday. Zion UCC News Zion Amity Society, Zion United Church of Christ, will have a picnic dinner Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Earl Rosenstiel, Freeport Route 3, at 6:30 p.m. The program committee includes Mrs. Ralph Morningstar, Mrs. Karl Kriens and Mrs. Archie Stebbins. Members are asked to bring table service. Youth of the church will meet at the church Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock before departing for a roller-skating party. Capital Footnote By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman leaves this week for a visit to Vietnam where he will "review agricultural developments," his office said Friday. Exactly when he will leave and how long he will stay was not disclosed. MAN TO CALL FOR THE BEST BUY ON YOUR INSURANCE JOE SUTTON 120 South Van Buren Avsnue Diol 237-75KS f i STATE FARM dale, beginning with a noon share-a-dish dinner. Swimming and various activities are planned during the afternoon. Lead-A-Hand Society Lend-A-Hand Society of Rock Grove United Methodist Church, Davis, will meet in the home of Mrs. Will Meinert Wednesday for a picnic dinner at 12:30 p.m. Dish-To-Pass Lunch Woman's Society of Christian Service, Apple River United Methodist Church, will meet atltrate her talk. the church Wednesday at 11 a.m. Members are asked to bring a dish-to-pass and table service. Mrs. Frank Scott is in charge of arrangements. TLC Women Trinity Lutheran Church Women, Mount Morris, will meet Wednesday at the church at 7:45 p.m. Mrs. Evan Kinsley will tell about working in a mission school in Nigeria during the past two years with pictures to illus- Dialogue Mass Applies To Daily Lives Parishioners at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church are "becoming involved" during the summer months by making direct application of the church liturgy to their own lives. A new Dialogue Mass has been designed to accomplish this effect. The Mass is held in the school gymnasium every Sunday morning where chairs arc arranged semicircular and participants discuss the relevance of the day's Epistle or Gospel to the social ills in today's society. The Rev. Robert F. Sherry, associate pastor of the church, xplains the dialogue Mass was freeport (III.) Journal-Standard Pg. 20 Mon., July 1, 1968 recommended by the country's bishops nearly l'/i years ago. The local church began this phase six weeks ago. Father Sherry cites one discussion held recently where the dissatisfaction with Christ for associating with the deprived led dialogue participants to discuss various ways and means to secure state funds for low- cost housing for the underprivileged and poor. Suggestios included attending a City Council meeting or writing to a city alderman. The associate pastor said this "is not violence or protest ... but to show Christian concern for the poor in town . . .to take an interest in what is going on today." Pope Paul V! Appeals To Believers VATICAN CITY (AP) - Pope Paul VI, expressing disquiet over the "passion for change and novelty" in the Roman Catholic Church, has appealed to believers to abide by church dogma on issues ranging from papal infallibility to original sin. In his most comprehensive pronouncement on faith, delivered before a large throng in St. Peter's Square Sunday, the pontiff noted unrest in "certain modern quarters" of the church. To the priests of the world, many of whom "feel that they have been thrust aside by modern social developments," he reaffirmed the importance of clerical celibacy and the priests' role among young peo- ple and workers. The Pope delivered a 3,000- word "Credo of the People of God" and a separate 1,500-word message for priests on the fifth anniversary of his coronation and at the closing ceremony of the Year of Faith. It was greeted by thunderous applause. "We have wished our profession of faith to be to a high degree complete and explicit, m order that it may respond in a fitting way to the need of light felt by so many faithful souls," the Pope said. He reaffirmed faith in the concept of original sin as common in all men, the virginity of Mary and her role in the Church's moral life, Jesus Christ as the son of God, the mystery of the Trinity and the oneness of God. 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