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NEW YORK, (NC) -- The Cath- olic Bishops' 'committee for mo- tion pictures has extended a spe- cial commendation to Walt Disney and his associates for the "out- standing contribution" which their films made to "family entertain- ment" in 1961. The commendation of the Cath- olic Bishops' Committee for Mo- tion Pictures, Radio and Televi- sion was made public in a state- ment issued here by the National Legion .of Decency Express Gratitude The statement said that in cit- ing Disney's Buena Vista Com- pany "for its praiseworthy achievements, the committee wished to express the enthusiastic gratitude and appreciation of Ca- tholic families everywhere across the nation." Among the Disney productions in 1961 were "Swiss Family Rob- inson," "Pollyanna" and "Parent Trap." The Legion of Decency said terson, N.J has completed his term as chairman of the Bishops' Committee for Motion Pictures, Radio and Television. His success- or is Archbishop John J. Krol of Philadelphia Coadjutor Archbishop Lawrence J. Shehan of Baltimore has re- signed from the committee and has been succeeded by Bishop Walter W. Curtis of Brldgeport, Conn The other members of the com- mittec are Auxiliary Bishop Alden J. Bell of Los Angeles, Bishop James V. Casey of Lincoln, Nob. and Auxiliary Bishop John A: Donovan of DetrOit. Legion of Decency Pledc e-Sunday IN THE NAME OF THE ~ATHER AND OF THE SON kND OF THE HOLY GHOST. AMEN. I CONDEMN indecent and im- moral motion pictures, and those which glorify crime and crimin- als. 10 about pictures that are dangerou to my moral life As a member of the Legion of Decency, I pledge myself to remain away altogether from them. I promise, further, to stay away altogether from places of amusement which show them as a matter of policy. Unity Will of Laity GARRISON, N.Y. (NC)-- The role of the laity in praying for Christian unity will be the theme of the Chair of Unity Octave, Jan. 18-25, it was announced at the unity apostolate's headquarters here. "Too often it has been thought that the unity apostolate is for the select few, the clergy and Religious," said flue Rev. Titus Cranny, S.A in stressing the laity's role in the eight-day ob- servance. Role of Laity Father Cranny, who is assistant director of the Chair of Unity Apostolate, stated that "prepara- tions are under way for a more extensive octave observance than ever before, but we wish to im- press upon the laity their role in this great cause." Prayers during the octave, which was initiated by the Sa- ciety of Atonement (Graymoor Friars) about 1909, are offered for the return of all lapsed Catho- lics and for conversion of per- sons outside the Catholic Church. Official Newspaper of the Rockford Diocese Vol. XVI---No. 49 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1961 12 PAGES it had informed the Bishops' corn- can to strengthen public opinion science, I will not buy or read mittee that its 1961 analysis of against the production'of inde- papers, magazines or books that Father Cranny said that "the film product revealed the follow-cent and immoral films, and to offend against the virtue of holy purpose and scope of the unity IMonasterv hag statistics: unitewith allwho protest purity. Out of love for Our Lord, octave are not limited to the hier- I Who loves pure souls, I will prize archy, the clergy and Religious." 248 Movies Reviewed against them. . above all things this beautiful He added that as a devotion the t'ereJ non,/ 248 domestic films were re I ACKN v "~ "-- "l OWLEDGE m. obfioa- virtue in thought, word and deed. octave "belongs to the Church NEW DELHI (NC) -- Belief in viewed beYr~herltg~onA i (morall it[on to form a~ right conscience Amen and the Church includes the laity the Holy Trinity and in the Scrip- e u 4 ,H --80 e t " y n,a unobjectionable for general pa- ha every part of the world." tural teachings concerning Christ tronage). IP . 'C il continued, "We must be c nvinced"' he were spelled ut as requirements "that religious unity is The Most Rev. Loras T. Lane, ----60 were rated A-II (morally ~cumenlcal ounc for membership in the World bishop of Rockford, laid the cor- nerstone Sunday for the addition to the Poor Clares' Corpus Christi monastery, 2111 S. Main St. Following the 4 p.m. ceremony, Bishop Lane gave Benediction and a sermon in the chapel. The text of his sermon follows: "Forty-six years ago in 1915, at the invitation of Bishop Peter J, Muldoon, the first Bishop of Rock- ford, the Poor Clare Collettines came to this city for the purpose of establishing a new foundation. "The Diocese of Rockford at that time was still in its infancy. Along with the many material projects that had to be realized, there was also to be a great re- liance on that strength and sup- port that only comes from prayer. "With the arrival of the Poor Clares in Rockford, there came also a great spiritual arsenal. In this city they were not only to work out their own salvation and to pray for the advancement of God's Kingdom on earth, but they were also, in a particular way, to work and pray for the Bishop, ! The Most Roy. Loras T. Lane hope they can finish their work Resist Anti-Semitism D J priests reli-ious and lair" of the left Thursday afternoon .tr m within the next 12 months. Im Holding that Christians must [J D; 'o ,f ~,~.~,n : O'Hare airport in Chicago to at- In res-onse to another ^uestlon 111' il "resist every form of anti-Semit- " ~ "~ ~.~.~ ~'.*'~.~ " . lator t, I I I,msnop lvmmoon alas uns !i~iii ~:t ~i!~::'!!!li:::!!:stll ~~:i!ri~i!!iiiii~ :ihiI ~iii~iiilbtiiiii;i ~iii~iii: !i~ii:!ilh~iSiiiiill ~iii~ii:e~iii ~~i is making preparations in coopera- ~n Cathohc countrl are. stifled, two Columban bishops who have ate is in northern Korea. He was ish peonle of today resnonsibilities ' alone justifies the authority they !los constant engrossment m the to him as a precious contribution Franciscan Sisters at St. Anthony ne responuea mat uatnouc prm r r ' OO OI Kee in orner no tran tion with the Conical commission," dedicated almost 30 -ears of their taken to Siberia and Russia be- [. ~.: t. ~.^~ 1 have been invested with.' ] p g a " to the attainment of eternal harm[- Hospital and to the Dominican ," J Wlll~ll U~IUII~ LU Utl[ ~UI.[JU[,:IL~ IliA" t-L" cJpais are cmar refit in the interior, of seekln Sis ors wh of which Pope JohnXXIII is liv"" t^ the salvation of Korean fore being released in 1953. I The Bishops issued their declar- q Y g ness. t o then conducted St. ,I ~ u manlty aug not to one race or d he m 1 f rl R n adoration, reparation, thanks- resident Reh ion is to be rofessed It atlon at the nd f 1 1 out and energetically applying the Thomas Hi h ho 1 P ' ' 'g" " P ' souls Asked how he was treated [ : ,h k^ " e o the'r f'rst " ' "It is necessary therefore that "g Sc o They shall . ' UVIIJIIILIIIItY .tll~ O~W~ W~L~ IAI~ . " ' . . . The Most Roy. John P. Cody is a right of nature, he stud Bishop Qumlan said- 'Well you J o meeting since the creation of a most efficacious means of real- each one nrachce a certain ma- always be grateful to those Sis- ' msnop ~nomas ~/ulman a.a.t " ' - nrst to accept Jesus anu me clews izin the ood of all " - recently appointedcoadjutor The Church is graded by the gen- ',know prisoners don'thave a[ hierarchy in the Congo and Con- g g ter]al frugality as the authorities ters of St. Francis and of St. ' r 1 rinci le not to often an vicar apostoue o~ ~.noon-cnun, are not me omy ones wno on not ' . . . Archbishop of New Orleans. is the e a p p d y- . reputation for being treated es-] golese independence. The Bishops letter then quoted of the country have so aptly de- Domime for their gracious hos- hod and to romote truth" ann msnop taarom rmnry, ~. a. t~ yet recognize film. " ' i 1 i ' " " " only other American on the Y P . pecially well Of the nrisonersl,"' They notedwith sadness that the soc aencycl cal Mater et clared so that the neonle in gen- pltahty and assistance vicar Apostonc ot r~wang]u were ' omy as we give convincing seminary commission. He said however that if there taken with the Bishop many died[ disorderthreatens fivesandMagistra of His Holiness Pope oral can live decently and happily j They are thankful too, to the ~ - ' in ~eatue on melr way to ~an . evmence to our oewisn neignnors " ' John XXIII on the demands f " ' ' b r^ ~^ .~.; nni-1 before being released, f property, that social progress is o This contentment is a prel]minarylmany lay people such as Mr. Wll- h,~ ~ ~~~,~ ~AI ~ "~, Q,~,~u,~mm~ ~.~ f~ rra,~.~,~ct, ,u, ~ 4u-%u= ,~ Since peace has come, the Imat we seek mr mere. me corn- still not reaching the great mass this common good on the nation- condition to sincere and construe-Iliam Gaffney, who have come to ,~ -.~ ~,~, ~ meeting ot me ~ciety mr me . non rights ann uigmues wnicno the 1 in o " ' e " di " " " Korean nodule are slowly .ulhn / f peop e c untry and city, al plane: fullest posslbl employ- tide atogue between the different their assistance when help was v t-ro.pag.auonooL.!ne rain me themselves '-up after years G u wins mr ,ms cnuoren, can: that day follows day without hope ment avoidance of a privileged strata of the population, an anti- most needed invitation ot tslsnop ~uiton a o. ~we come to sucn a meeting with, - "- - - ' ',' Sheen national director of the serIdom. / ~',land without love. class even among the workers, dote to anarchial turbulence." [ 'The Poor Clare nuns with their , them as WOUlU make it posslole - [ societ" "It is a slow process, Bishop/ I The Bishops appealed to all who balance between wages and The Apostolic Delegate in the[vow of poverty and with their y to snare With mem me nest wmcn ~lVg K/IN I'A ~, I~II~I~T I " Henry said, "Many want every-[ I"on whatever plane or in What- prices, broadest possible access Congo, Archbishop Gastone Mo-lcomplete trust in God's provi- Vl W ~- g.r"~l ~1 /~r"~ ~ IIIn / Fonowlng me meeting Blsnop,God has given us in unrlst [ ' . thing all at once but it can t be[ lever sphere are capable of rem- to goods and services, jaiski-Perelli, noted when opening I dence, found many benefactors in [ Qumian wm retrain to .r~orea. done. We are working slowly, [ ne~se aeaemng [edying a situation so dangerous "The task that falls on the the plenary assembly that its pur-[Rockford who helped them provide Blsnop taenry Will stay in me u ~ The Kev donn u tsennett long I z os was to ada t e work f -- n.- -o ^ C-o: v I " gaining slowly but gaining every[ ' " for the future of the country" authorities is heax y but it alone P ~ p th o the[for their needs, humble as they / ~"~' ~ " three months seeking funds for the da " 1 ",' ' Catholic Church in the Con o to %./3~ . [ y. - (Continued on Page 2) l They [the Bishops] ask them ]ustlhes the authority they have g [were ,~.~','f~.~ Carry than . u secona major seminary in r~orea " P The new but ve small mon- " me new conamons or mac enu- ' to open this March m Kwangju [ . . . ry - ~ - - - - " ~astery was Uedleated on the feast Diamond-Studded TVs It will be staffed by the Wiscon ~ A1 ' ~'-"~" U ~.~ 1, " A ~ I ~ 1 II i but about half a dozen of of St Clare on August 12 1916 isin province of the Society of ' " ' ' " " ~ ~ ~" ~" ~~ ~ ~' ~ ~ ~-~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ the Congo's 41 bishops and pre-/For many long years the nuns Convertibles Jesus fee n /' ni ll v k.ldiilli.% t ill lllcI/it tsapost licwereabletoat'lhavew rkedandprayedforthe ~" Bars of Gold I In the past five years, the ~ l [tend. Bishop Jean Fryns C.S Sp,/benefit of a more adequate mon- gol ~'~.~I~U II Catholic population nas noubled " " of Khadu sta ed in his' See" be J, ,~ - - ,~ . ' ] Y -/astery, and now, long overdue, it -I.I~-T~ ~-.acht$ liB[shop Henry noted. "The people ~,~ I,II ~ ]cause of violence and threats oflis at last to be realized. come great distances to Mass and further viol c " en e there Monastery Milestone " once baptized they continue to ' I , SEND I [htncs a (hHir -h i- UlHrCs Four Congolese Ordinaries and Wecon~ratulate and rejoice |[prachce their Faith despite the i ~,1 II I I ~ ~ ~ '~ ~ I/~ ~ ~ ~ ~ four Congolese auxiliary bishops with Mothe~ Petra and the mem- narosmps too " " " II - : ~1~ ' k part in the assembly along lbers of the community on this A Christmas Gift Card IIKorea has experienced an idealI ROME (NC) -- Red China'slafraid to go to contession, it aou-~ric association.' lne usual means lthe people ann o~ me state. TneY lwith 20 Con oles ' " ~mil to e ,g e vicars general es n In me story ot mew TI41; nnt~:mn:g I1 [attempt to force Chinese Catho-[ed because 'the secret of the[of physical and moral constraint are in prison after trial or with-'l "[ I h Vl~l~lIllhli slmauon, tile oi~nops agreeu. ' it was ta fir mo s W,II Tell I[',The, have had communism dis I lics to break away from the Holy[confessional no longer seems I were employed there were ac-Iout trail for various periods' I .e st assemoiy at-I.* na,tery '~'.ney wen ,Know mat J '," . - ' ' tenaeu oy vicars general ann oy me olo DUliUlng nau neon oi a See has failed in spite of terror- secure to them cusatlons public trials denuncla others have been exiled to Whom The Gdt liked it and thrown it off with " " ' ' " member " " ONLY$4"00 i the hel- of U S troo*'s The- hate 1st tactics, ]t has been reportedNo Future tions interrogations by day and frontier regions s of the Committee of temporary nature, and with the P ' P Y . . : . Mayor l~ellglOUS buperlor$ passage o~ me years nan oeeome Is From. l! communism because the" have I here by Fldes, mission news ] The news agency said that the I by night, sequestrations of priests [ Some who are dis'~ersed work [ " ~ e Po e John sent a messa e f a serious tire nazara m me new [ known it They were fortunate to agency. ,[schismatic church has no future and of Religious of both sexes at humble crafts Old and sick P g o [ . . -,l encoura~ement r, r, ~o,~h, /monastery, in accoruance wan i Ilbe able to throw it off" Bisho,1 The schismatic "patriotic Ibecause it is unable to train new[ and repeatea stuay sesslons,~riests are interned in ecclesiasti ~ ~' :"~ - " - - t THE OBSERVER m II ' Vlchurch set up under eommunistlpriests. It cannot do so accord- I for young Catholics." Ic~lresid,~n ~ ~c u 'land the Bishops replied with a[their austere way of life, they , ~ . - " have lanned for o fril r m w 1260 N. Church St. m II ipressure, the news agency said ling to Fides "for the simple rea-t All this was done, it said toloid~ c"nt "~ *~" [telegram reassuring him of the~r/ P n ls o co - ~ Rockford, !It. . . : |[wor:~a~re i~ePre~::te n::t n~eTn~lis only a "skeletal" organization t son that seminarians left when[force Catholics to break from ] go out: :~ '"'~:~ " ~[determination to do all in their[!orts which are.commonly found s Enclosed find $ for subscriptions io be a P e 1 c ]r e ] power to promote ace and us in present day living II Iheaded by 35 illicity conse ratedIthey saw the" s m'naries become[Rome and "give their hearts tol [ pe j -[ ". m m famines u,spersea This is bee e t sent as Christmas Gifts to the following b]sho and a ver feeble num atrmtm No new semmarla s ( m t]ce m the Con o aus theirs s a ," " " :,I[ ~" " ps " y - 'p " " .' " " n the Co munist) party ",I~ " g. / " " [ I her of priests." have come to take their places " Fides said that the illicitly con- 'It is impossible !o give .t.he[~-~- [dif!erent way of fife. A life .iu m Inumber of the Christian famzhes which each day begins at mid ' NAME " " II ~rl ~ Itll,lllt~l~ [ But its failure Fides added[ In addition Fides said thelsecrated bishops "after months . . . . " u that havebeen dispersed and . night with the chanting ot pray , II I has not altered "the tragic state [schismatic church has adopted a land in many cases years, of moral[ . t s/ I . ':~. ~ . ': t ' of th true church in Chinaofic of ba tizm r practically destroyed precisely ors to melr Eternal ~ather, ann . II Res,'hed,l d I e --[p " y p'" g nobody undert'to ture, with minds destroyed byt, ' m mrs issue o . ,-~,v~r~oo . ! ! . U caus m " " ~ " " e e ey are Chilstlan and be ore me da is completed, eight , It [the great majority of Cathohcs[the age of 18. This rule, Fideshndoctrination and probably with l " [ [ Y ' ' n " faithful hours have been spent in prayer . II /:^. /~ 1 ~1 [who have remained loyal to the pot ted out is bound to exhaust their free will alienated, ac- World News 2 CITY ZONE STATE ~ I """ ~"~"" ~ ~ Holy See. its source for recruitments." quiesced to become chiefs of the In spite of ths situation Fides i.~- prayers which they offer to God II II i . . LVIi~I~II ~lUlIl~l * " " " " ~) i " ,I Church Without Influence rides reviewed the Red effort 'patriotic' church."sal,"t ora e o p ests e- ~. A t m m . . ~nanng Our Treasure 5 lvin an e " NAME,II ERIE -- The jubilee celebratlonl Fldes pubhshed by the Sacred I to force Chinese Catholics to Churches Deserted figlous and lay Christians is ex- g g, d p titlon for those ; i I[of the dedication of St. Ambrose[Congregation for the Propagation lbreak with Rome. It noted that t The failure of the "patriotic"ltraordinary." It stated: [Words and Worship 5[who do not pray, those who pray II o. II . . ,ADDRESS,[]church, originally scheduled for of the Faith stressed that the [the attempt began four years ago church Fides said, has not im Cut off from all exterior aid Women's Page 6 adly, and for ,those who kno ' ! li Sunday, Nov 26, will be held Sun- i schismatic church is without in- I --August 1957 -- when a govern. [proved the lot of lovai Catholics [ without ~ssible instructions from [ Coming' Events 7[ t how to pray. Poor lares Supply Host~ II day, Dec. 19. I fluence despite Red efforts "to[ment-controlled meeting in Peking lit reported: [Rome or from their local religious [Family Clinic 7[ w CITY ZONE STATE m iv ] A 1 In oraer ma~ metr prayers , II The celebration will include a[g" e the impression that ,there has [ set up the Patriot'e ssoc'ationl "Weknow that churches are de-[superiors, deprived of the Sacra-[warkers in the'Vini~-a'rd 7[mi-- -- ' . y gnt De more pmasmg to aa , IISolemn High Mass at 11 a.m. fol- Ibeen a mass secession.' Instead,[of Chinese Catholics. The next two [sorted in the cities, but in rural[ments and of the Divine Office,[ . . """ [ . " m, ~,Dons answers Youth 8 mighty t~oa mey are aeeom u GIVER S NAME m ][lOwed by a dinner in the parish lit said, 'the mass o .priests, years, it recalled, was 'a period areas they do not even exist be- reduced to beggary, in the op-[ ] . ' o " u . .m I[ hall Solemn Benediction at 3 p.m [ Religious and laymen have not[of terror so dreadful that it can/cause they have been converted pressive silence of jails or under/Legion of Decency 8[ pamea ny penance ann morttnca- " ' " / ' ' " follo r' "c ' - lion In their life of austenty the "' [[and open house until 5 p.m. I wed the pat ~ot~ movement. [hardly be concewed at a dis-/to profane usage. There is no[the pressure of inhuman labor in St. Wneent s Jottings 8 . ~,' " [ I Sisters are always barefoot except . I[ Toastmaster for the dinner will[ Chinas churches are empty Itance. It continued: ~longer a Christian way of life. a production brigade, guided only Hi b School News 9 " " " " Fi e r,' . . g while working m the gardens; []be Wayne Hem. Musical selections[ d s repo ted, because Catho-I Stressed Patnottsm / The bishops, priests and Re- by the force of the Spirit, their r~a, ,~. I 1 ~ ~.~.~ ~e~t in rea,:e ~v they fast every day except Sun will be presented by the students ics prefer to go without the Attempts were made through]ligious of both sexes who did not[courage does not fail them. TheY[Tv" Movie Guide 01days" nev L@ from Newman high school, Ster-[Sacraments rather than to re-]local congresses to leadthe ]choose to break with the Vatican--[do not plead vuiltv and thev know[ and Christmas the-y ' ] I ]," " l! 12"1/ " ~ ~ ling, under the direction of Rich- ceive them from the hands of prmsts and laity en masse to and they are the great maj'ority that they are suffering for Theology for Everyman . 11 eat meat, and between many ~. ~ ard Kruger. l'patriotic' priests." They are,adopt the statutes of the, 'patrio-,--are considered as enemies of Christ." Meet the Clergy (Continued on Pa.e~ O I FURTHER PROMISE that I PROMISE to do all that I recognizing my obligations of con- Unlimited Scope ltsand the gift of God It does not come unobjectionable for adu ', " i Council of Churches at the coun- irom neiongmg to me same cmn adolescents): . . ' I cil's third assembly here: --36 were rated A-III (morally ~ . or saluting the same leader or[ The assembly thus tightened its unobjectionable for adults~ || marching to the same, band. [membership requirement. When --65 were arted Class 'B tmor- ~nr!suan. unity means, me r'lthe World Council was formally ally objectionable in part for all); DALLAS, Tex. (NC) --The Sec- are restrictions on certain sects ngamc unfiyof The Mystical Body l established in 1948 it described in Class 'C . ann tins unity must ne nur '. --2 were .placed Gad Vatican Council may convene operating in some Catholic coun-I~u: :a h r~h,1;,~ oo ~h h ]itself as a fellowship of churches tconae.mnea/. : by the end of 1962, but a definite tries these are the result of the[his~ve~, ~l]fe'de:en~te~t ~on"i~t"s"[which accept our Lord Jesus ---~ Inms were separately cla~- . . *~ v --I~.;~, ~ ,~.~ .~ ;~ ~ , h, -ffo-~ive in starting date has not yet been de- reaction of civil authorities to las indeed it does [ IleQ tnol. IIIOl'i:lhj u~* =,~, Ullll~b d~ ~JUU allLI Oavl~ut. s me ' Two Hour Debate themselves but reqUiring o termined, the Papal Secretary of "civil disorders' created by sects Pray for Unity analysis and explanation). State said here. which disrupt the traditional tran I During the same period that The new provision, passed (Dec. h 41 forei n films.reviewed "[Catholics will be pravin~ f~r/2) by a vote ot 383 to 36, alter Of t e g ' Amleto t;arumai uicognani qun atmosphere t " - -- /.~ ~ h n,~h~*o ~,~ the legion rated 8 as A-I; 5 as i " . lunny in me true ~nurch, the/ " ,asKeu at me ~.oniraternity ut .as~eu to comment on persecu- - 'The World Couhcil of Churches A-II; 12 as A-III; 6 as Class B,World Counell of Churches will ' $ as Ctass 'C" and 1 was sepa- Christian Doctrine congress here !tion of Catholics in Communist be conducting a "Week of Prayer[is a fellowship of churches which ' . I, rately classified to comment on reports that the[Cuba, Cardinal Cicognani said" I for Christian Unity.' [confess the Lord Jesus Christ as I, Th n 1 Faith a r er God and Saviour according to the New Chairman [council may open Dec. 9, 1962 'We must bd optimistic about the[ e cou ci's " nd 0 d [ ' " I v commission which s nsors the Scriptures anu therefore seeks to ' final outcome howe er sadden-" " " po The legion statement noted that said this is not certain ' . Bishop James A McNulty of Pa-I He told a -ross conference that ]ing it is today, because we know observance has prepared a leaf- fulfill together their common call- v " - P ,they have been baptized in thellet containing suggested prayers[ing to the glory of the one God, LAY MONASTERE- CORNERSTONE --- The Most Rev. Loras T. Lane applies mortar to the eor- -- -- council will be sent to all Catholic name of the Holy Trinity and they and Bible readings as an aid for Father, Son and Holy Spirit." . nerstone of the new building being erected at Corpus Christi monastery Sunday. Aiding the bishop I~ I ~ I~tmll~/,~.-.~ !'1 ~ bishops during this Christmas sea-Ihave in their souls this indelible public prayer and private devo- In other actions taken near the in the ceremony is Don Larson of Gus Larson and Sons, contractors. The Bishop Muldoon high school i.oa ~a ava~ ---~.~, .v ark" lions [end of its 18-day meeting the m son. ~ucn a letter or uecxarauon,/ " ' / ' choral group sang at the ceremonies. (Photo by Herzog). he explained, is called a letter of ~ ~ ~ ~assembly denounced anti-Semit- ; for indication. AAI ,~II"~IklADW i~l~idl'~D~ ~AV. [ism as "absolutely irreconcil- ,uvH,~,~'~# t,~ #~.w~.w an"~. /able" with Christian faith, and i . The letter Will not set a ante, I " ,- A~.A4, he stated but added that Holy |voiced pleasure at me presence |V|l~Ig~| See officials in charge of prepara- tof official Catholic observers at tory arrangements for the council ,the assembly