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September 18, 1987 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 19 U.S. papal Continued from page 18 after he granted an audience to Austrian President Kurt Waldheim, accused by Jewish organizations of involvement with Nazi war crimes. A series of meetings between U.S. Jewish leaders, Vatican of- ficials and the pope prior to the U.S. trip he&ded off a boycott. Yet it was clear that major pro- blems remained. Pope John Paul defended the popes who ruled during the rise of Nazism and World War II as critics of its ideology and as people who opposed its persecution of Jews. And although he supported security for Israel, he stopped pr short of offering diplomatic relations and added that "the right to a homeland also applies to the Palestinian people." In Columbia, the pope met for more than an hour with more than two dozen leaders of other Christian churches and discuss- ed ways to work together. In New Orleans the pope em- braced leaders of the nation's 1.3 million black Catholics and told them: "oui black heritage enriches tha church." IN MEETINGS with Catholic educators the pope praised the involvement of laity in teaching and administrative positions as "full partners" in the church's education ministry. He also praised the Catholic system's education of poor and minority students and children from broken homes, "even at the cost of great sacrifice." But he told university educators that theological research should not stray from church teachings. The role of theology is to deepen Catholic understanding of"the heritage of faith preserv- ed, transmitted and made ex- plicit by the church's teaching office," he said. "The respect for persons which pluralism rightly envi- sions does not justify the view that ultimate questions about human life and destiny have no final answers or that all beliefs Greetings Pope John Paul H was greeted by President Reagan and his wife Nancy when he arrived in Miami at Miami International Airport. --Photo by the Associated Press are of equal value, provided a bitter dispute about property that none is asserted as ab- and, more tragically, about solutely true or normative," he children," he said. added. "What must be seen is the in- In a Mass homily, he effectiveness of divorce, and its challenged the view that ready availability in modern church opposition to divorce society, to bring mercy and lacks compassion, forgiveness and healing to so The opposite is true, he said. many couples and their Divorce "often deVelops into children." From New Orleans he flew to San Antonio for a visit designed to be a forum for addressing the rapidly growing population of U.S. Hispanic Catholics. Ministry to Hispanics was a running subtheme. In addition to the large Hispanic communi- ty in San Antonio, there also are sizable Hispanic communities in Miami, Phoenix, Los Angeles and Monterey. The agenda for Phoenix focused on Catholic health ser- vices and American Indians. Activities in Los Angeles in- cluded a teleconference with youths, a meeting with non- Christian leaders, and joining Nancy Reagan for an informal chat with Catholic students. From Los Angeles, the pope's route turned north to Monterey where he would celebrate Mass for Hispanic farmworkers and then go to the Carmel Mission basilica for a prayer at the grave of 18th-century missionary Father Junipero Serra. In San Francisco the trip pro- vided for a papal addresss to representatives of the country's nearly 149,000 members of male and female religious -orders. Lay people would get their turn the following morning to express concerns about their role in the church and the world -- the theme of the world Synod of Bishops scheduled to open shortly after the pope's return to Rome. Pope John Paul also would meet about 100 AIDS patients among the guests invited by the archdiocese to his visit to Mis- sion Dolores Basilica. In Detroit, the final U.S. stop, the focus shifted to the role of the permanent diaconate and church social teachings. Keep Christ center of life, pope tells religious is the very center of your lives," the pope said. He greeted the 1,100 priests and Religious by giving "thanks and praise to God for your lives of service dedicated to Christ and his church." He then discussed the mystery of the Holy Trinity. "Always remember that the supernatural effectiveness of your service within the church is linked to the witness of your life lived in union with Christ," the pope said. "The precise By ANNA CROW NC News Service NEW ORLEANS (NC) -- Pope John Paul II told priests and Religious of Louisiana that they must keep Christ at the center of their being. He spoke at historic St. Louis Cathedral, which was his first stop during his day in New Orleans Sept. 12. "Just as this Cathedral of St. Louis is the focal point of the ci- ty of New Orleans, so too Christ )1 ,\\;1 00000880000-T0 CLASSIFI DS Only 15-per word! (There will be a $3.00 minimum charge on all classified advertising) Print your ad on this form. One word, symbol, or abbreviation per blank. Phone number counts as one word. Clip and mail to our office with payment. No Phone orders; No billing. 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