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1 October 16, 1987 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana I qJp I Bishop's synod Church social teachings are not 'option,a00[,' say .synod delegates By JOHN THAVIS and criticism about the Werbs of Schwerin, East Ger- Spain. Bishop Cordes, vice legitimate pastors and that they NC News Service church's social teachings in the many, reflecting a different ex- president of the Pontifical are "part of the whole" and are larger society, perience in his communist Council for the Laity, defended not the total church. VATICAN CITY {NC) -- The "Governments often consider country, said Oct. 9 that it was the estimated 20 million Msgr. Luigi Giussani, church's impact on political life social teaching of the church an important to recall that while m e m b e r s o f s p i r i t u a 1 founder of one of Italy's most depends on its social teaching, invasion into their territory," the church should take public movements against some influential movements, Comu- which should not be considered hesaid, stands on some issues, it "can- "negative" reactions by nione e Liberazione, told the "optional" by individual One problem, headded, was not remain at the service of state pastors, synod Oct. 9 that while Catholics, several participants that the church hierarchy rather or social interests." Bishops should respond to spiritual movements must obey told the Synod of Bishops. than the laity was seen as such groups on a spiritual and local bishops, the bishops The church and politics, the representing Catholic social Bishop Cahal B. Daly of not a political level, he said. He should respect each group's role of church movements and positions in societies. Down and Conner, Northern also said the pope should identity and welcome it as part women's place in ministries Bishop John M. Sherlock of Ireland, speaking the same day guarantee balance and unity of theirpastoralplan. were main topics in talks Oct. London, Ontario, took the about church work for peace, when tensions arise. Cardinal George Basil Hume 9-10 at the synod, whose theme politics issue a step further. In a said there was a need to of Westminster, England, said is the role oflay people in the talk Oct. 10, he said the "demythologize" the "Certainly spiritual Oct. 10 that there was an church and the world, church's teaching on social and "glamorization of the so-called movements bring tensions here "urgent need" to recognize the (3Bishop Fernando Ariztia Ruiz political issues should not only armed struggle for liberation." and there. But 'new wine' has role of women in church of Copiapo, Chile, cited his be implemented by lay people Referring to nearly 20 years of always put old wineskins into ministries. He called their cur- country as an example to show but should be developed political violence in his coun- crisis," he said. rent exclusion from roles oflec- that many lay people have through their practical ex- try, he said such armed strug- Cardinal Suquia said the tor and acolyte "theologically taken on the church's social periences, along with that of gles have become instruments synod should deal with the confusing." teaching to reshape society ac- pastors, of injustice, movements issue "with urgen- Cardinal Hume said the cording to the Gospel. As an example, he cited The debate over church cy" because lack of unity in whole range of church But for many others, he said, Catholics' work on behalf of movements surfaced in synod some places was damaging the ministries needs to be clarified "the social, economic and cultural justice for Canadian talks Oct. 10 by Bishop Paul church. He said spiritual in a way that would establish a political areas appear as aboriginal peoples. Bishop CordesandCardinalAngelSu- groups should remember their partnership between priests something foreign to their be- Sherlock said this "way ofprac- quia Goicoechea of Madrid, duty of obedience to their and the non-ordained faithful. ing Christian, like an unwar- tical discernment through ac- = ranted interference in their con- tion in the world, in faith" I science." should become the "nor- I I The church's social teaching mative" way of developing _, -------------- ...... needs to be more deeply Catholic social teaching "at all Continuedfi.ampa$e 13 Monte Casaino Shrine, Sunday, the Deaf, Saturday, Oct. 31, 6 understood, hesaid Oct. 9, and levels of church life. " tions by calling Bernice Oct. 25, lp.m. CST{2p.m. EST}, p.m. at Holy Redeemer Church, added: "This cannot be an op- The firstthingpastorsshould Wahnsiedler, 425-5487, or Betty one mile east of St. Meinrad Evansville. For more informa- tional thing." offer lay people, he said, "is Haffield, 477-6570. The Legion of Amhabbey on Indiana State Hwy tion, call Father Henry Kuyken- Panamanian Archbishop our willingness to listen and to Mary extends a warm invitation 62. The title of Father Guy Man- dall, 424-8344. Marcos G. McGrath said Oct, 10 learn." to everyone, sini's address is "The Perpetual that there was often skepticism Auxiliary Bishop Norbert Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Virginity of the Blessed Mother." Health Gospel of Matthew lec- ture/discussion session, Thurs- YMCA trimnastics class, day, Oct. 29, 10 a.m.-noon or 7-9 Tuesdays & Thursdays, 3:15-4:15 p.m. at the Catholic Center, p.m. at Dexter School, Evansville. Instructed by Susan Evansville. Led by Father Donald Rodgers, fourth grade teacher at Dilger, M.A. For more informa- Christ the King School. All tion, call the Activities Dept. at Catholic school teachers are 424-5536. invited. Total Communication Mass for St. Matthew CPR classes, Oct. | 20 and 22, 6-10 p.m. in the gym,  PARTY & DANCE 401 Mulberry St., Mt. 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