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i—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, June 14, 1957
Need Bridge
(Continued from Page 1)
on, “to call Christ the bridge be
tween past and present, between
east and west, between men of
all pieces and all kinds, between
ancient Israel and the Church—
and between Christians and Jews
of today.”
The priest called it regrettable
“that there is a gap in the knowl
edge of many Catholics about the
ways of God in the Old Testa
ment.”
“Unless a Christian realized
the infinite care God took about
the Redemption.” he said, “he
loses the sense of continuity, the
sense of wonderment and the
sense of gratitude that are part
of a deep faith.
God Chose th* Jews
“You can’t grasp the meaning
of the communion of saints un
less you understand that God
chose the Jews for us. It was for
us. for all the world, that the
Jews were made the custodians
of revelation.”
“The ancient Jews were the
Church in the making.” he went
on, “and we are Israel renewed."
He referred to Abrahem,
first of th* Old Testament pa
triarchs, es not only the father
of the Jewish people but "the
father of all Christian people”
as well.
Going on to show how the
liturgy of the Church expresses
the basic unity between the Old
and New Testaments. Father
Oesterreicher quoted from the
rite of adult baptism, in which
the Church pleads for the protec
tion of the candidate to the “God
of Abraham, God of Isaac God
of Jacob, God who appeared to
Moses
“In everything the Church
does.” the speaker declared. “She
is reminded of the wonders of
old.” This is expressed “most sig
nificantly, he said, in the burial
service, when the Church prays,
“May Christ who has called thee
receive thee, and may the angels
lead thee into Abraham’s bosom.”
Again emphasizing th* im
portant* of knowing th* Old
T*»tam«nt, Fath*r Oesterreich
•r cited th* Exodus as “th*
basic spiritual *xperi*nc* of
th* ancient Jews" and w*nt on
to say that "th* story of Ex
odus is OUR story" and that
It is "still th* pattern of OUR
spiritual lif*."
“Everyone must be forever
leaving the land of bondage,” he
said. “He can never say he has
done enough It is not enough to
be baptized. We must be forevei
crossing the desert, though we
are fed with a bread infinitely
more miraculous than Manna To
be a Christian is to be like the
Israelites of old pilgrims on the
march to an indescribable goal.”
Turning from th* basic unity
of th* Old and New Testa
ments to the need for a "dia
logue" between Jews and
Christians, th* second aim of
th* Institute, Father Oester
reicher admitted that it is a
"d**p abyss" that separates
those who believe in Christ
from those who do not.
Fr. Sch weitzer IGets 200 ..
the mud. caused by the steady
drizzle of rain which had fallen
all afternoon, a bright-eyed, well
built boy, about ten years old
ran out to greet us and escort
us to the Reyes summer home.
This was Raoul, one of the
Reyes seven children, five girls
and two boys, all under thirteen
years.
Crowded Quarters
They greeted us warmly,
though Mrs. Reyes was mourn
ing the loss of one of her rela
tives who had been killed while
cropdusting a Texas cottonfield.
Besides th* nine members
of the Reyes family, a niece
and her husband, had traveled
the long journey from Texas in
the small pickup truck and
were living in the crowded
one-room cabin.
Water from the hard rain
stood in one area of the floor.
At one end of the small room
were two well-worn iron beds
furnished with springs and bare
mattresses, clothes were hung
neatly in one corner on a wooden
rack above the beds.
Various household items and
kitchen needs were arranged
with care on a small wooden
table, a woodburning stove
graced the corner of the room
by the door.
he children crowded together
Lay Retreats
Jun* 14-16 .................... Men
Jun* 21-23 .......... Women
Jun* 28-30 Men
July 5-7 Man
July 12-14 M«n
July 18-21 (3 days) M*n
LAY RETREAT HOUSE
St. Tharasa Shrln*
5277 Eost Broad St-**t
when choosing a gift for the bride...
Durable Hands Needed
Entertainment for the migrant worker guitar player and vigourous handclapping
usually consists of a good accordion and to keep the beat.
(Continued from Page 1) I---------------------------------
on a small sofa which served
as a third bed for the eleven
people.
Several holy pictures, most of
them Spanish impressions of the
Blessed Virgin Mary, served as
the only wall decorations
Mr. Reyes, a stocky built,
pleasant faced man, of about
40 years, was born in San Luis.
Potosi. Mexico, but has resided
in Texas for most of his life.
H* had not worked tine*
noon that day du* t* th* rain.
Hit oldest daughter, Eustalia,
almost thirteen, is his only
helper. Mr. Reyes, like the
rest of the workers is paid
$23 per acre by his employer,
the Buckeye Sugar Co., Otta
wa, for throe processes, block
ing, or thinning out once and
cleaning or hoeing the same
acre twice.
They must pay their trans
portation out of this and all ex
penses including food, electricity
used in the one-outlet cabin and
must repay money given them by
the company at the beginning
of the season to buy food. This
sometimes results in the worker
going home after a bad season
owing the company.
Their chief diet consists of tor
tillas, which are flat unleavened
cakes or cornbread and beans.
In Texas, th*ir conditions ar*
a littl* b*tt*r, Mr. R*y*s said
th* living quarters ar* larg*r
but the work slack* up during
th* summer and th* heat so
intans* it is impossible to
work, so they move north.
Their entertainment is usually
furnished by themselves or mem
bers of the camp who play ac
cordions or some string instru
ments. Two of the camps have
boxers who are willing to put on
exhibition matches.
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Father Schw*itz*r has provid
ed various games with prizes
for some of th* entertainment.
The "Padre" is well liked and
must visit every cabin or th*
resident will feel slighted.
The Reyes pray the Rosary and
other prayers and four of their
children hope to make their First
Communion this summer, before
they pack up their household
goods and return home.
As we returned to Ada one
phrase from St Matthew', Chapt.
25 seemed to keep running
through my mind, it ends. “As
long as you did this for one of
these the least of My brethren
you did it for me.”
AFL-CIO
(Continued from Page 1)
want without fear that the rel
atives left behind will be treat
ed as hostages .”
When communist r*gim*s
seek th* exchange of delega
lions with fr*« countries, they
do not do so for th* sak* of
friendship, but "for th* pur
pose of securing such scien
tific knowledge and technical
information and know-how as
will strengthen th*m," Mr.
Meany stated.
“Let no siren calls from the
hangmen of the Hungarian people
lull us into false security.” he
urged “Together with other free
dom-loving nations let us build an
cffectne collective security sys
tem which will be able to deter
Soviet aggression and to save hu
manity from the horrors and
agony of atomic and other forms
of warfare.”
“Not until such time,” he con
cluded, “as the powers of the
wbrld can organize a system of
international inspection and su
pervision of all atomic, nuclear
and other weapons of mass de
struction. can our military prep
arations be halted, or atomic ex-
perimentation be fully banned,
and the protection of the peace
and security of the free peoples
be assured.”
-Mass Ordo----
LITURGY
Of The
WEEK
SUNDAY, JUNE 16
HOLY TRINITY SUNDAY
White vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond Prayer of the First Sunday
after Pentecost, Credo, Preface
of the Trinity.
MONDAY, JUNE 17
FERIAL DAY
MASS OF THE FIRST SUNDAY
AFTER PENTECOST
Green vestments, no Gloria,
Second Prayer (in Low Masses)
for Peace, no Credo, Common
Preface.
TUESDAY, JUNE 18
FEAST OF ST. SIMON OF
SYRIA
DOCTOR OF THE CHURCH
White vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond and Third Prayers (in Low
Masses) of St Mark and Marcel
lianus and for Peace, Credo, Com
mon Preface
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19
FEAST OF ST. JULIANA
OF FALCONERI
White vestments. Gloria, Sec
ond and Third Prayers (in Low
Masses) of Sts. Gervase and Pro
tese and for Peace, Common Pre
face.
THURSDAY, JUNE 20
FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI
White vestments, Gloria. Se
quence Credo, Common Preface.
FRIDAY, JUNE 21
FEAST OF ST. ALOYSIUS
White vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond Prayer (in Low Masses) for
Peace. Common Preface.
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Pope Says Quick Move ...
(Continued from Page 1)
Noting that even Europe's most
advanced nations are approach
ing automation cautiously, the
Pope then added:
"In any event, a nation
which is not rich and is pressed
by immediate and urgent
needs in many fields, such a*
•ducation, communications sys
tems, agrarian reform end
housing, must b* self-sufficient
with its limited capital and
cannot in any way live beyond
its means, which can easily
happen when expense* and in
vestments ar* dominated by
th* fascination of technical
progress."
Turning to displacement of
workers by automation. Pope
Pius asked whether the neces
sary readaption of workers would
not make the effort to increase
the nation’s economic output ac
tually a burden. Although un
employment resulting from auto
mation could be eliminated grad
ually through creation of new in
dustries, even a short period of
unemployment could cause seri
ous harm in some countries, he
said.
In trying to solve these prob
lems, the Pope said, “it is not
permissible to adopt the false
principles which in the past led
some politicians to sacrifice an
entire generation for the bene
fits expected to accrue to follow
ing ones.” In the light of this,
he added, only one word of ad
vice can be given to both labor
and management: “It is better to
bargain than to fight.”
The Pontiff then went on to
say that an entirely new outlook
is needed, especially in deter­
mining workers’ salaries. But no
matter how these problems are
solved, he warned, automation
must never lead to socialism and
the suppression of private prop
erty—“a basic social institution”
to which the independence of
families and the freedom of the
citizenry are linked.
In th* third part of his ad
dress, th* Pop* recalled pre
dictions that automation will
fr** m*n from th* monotony
of work, from repeating th*
same movement over and over
again. Even so, h* said, th*
man's toil will take on new
forms, and automation will not
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suec**d In nullifying the word
of the Bible—"In th* sweat of
your brow you shall eet
bread ."
In any case, counseled the
Pope, great care will have to be
given to the vocational training
of workers. All the more so, he
said, since the worker will no
longer be a specialist in a single
field, but will have to be familiar
with the whole process of pro
duction.
“For this reason it is necessary
that professional training, and
first of all the school, should
give the worker a sufficiently
broad cultural background.” he
said. “We think that the worker
thus educated can also solve the
problem of the free time which
automation will give him. He
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religious, moral and vocational
meaning of work will likewise
understand the meaning of leis
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employ it usefully.
“He will be free from 1he false
notion that man works in order
to enjoy his free time,” the Pon
tiff said, “for in reality he has
leisure not only as a natural and
proper relief but in order to
become physically and spiritually
better equipped for work.”
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