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PACE 8 GEORGIA BULLETIN, JANUARY 4, 1963 KING DRUG STORE, INC "Your Northside Druggist For Quality & Service" PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED 2351 PEACHTREE ROAD, N.E. CE 3-2101 Atlanta, Ga. PEACHTREE BATTLE SHOPPING CENTER LITURGICAL WEEK Epiphany Marks Mystery Of God’s Birth In Manger (Continued from Page 4) MONDAY, JAN. 7 - MASS AS ON EPIPHANY. According to the liturgy of the Roman Rite, there are four times during the Mass when it is particularly important that the whole congregation be united in song: Entrance Hymn (Introit), Gradual, Offertory Hymn, and Communion Hymn. History firstmade these hymns ST. JOSEPH’S INFIRMARY SODA FOUNTAIN COFFEE SHOP AND RESTAURANT LOCATED NEXT TO GIFT SHOP ON MAIN FLOOR IN NEW BUILDING ATLANTA. GA. Norms i Co^ ANV 589 FORREST RD.. N. E. PHONE JA. 2-6500 ATLANTA 12. GA. FOR THAT SPECIAL OCCASION ... RENT FORMAL WEAR from O'Kelley's, Ine. your antlr* Formot W*or wardrobe. 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Mutual Federal Savings & Loan Association 205 Auburn Ave., N. E. Atlanta, Ga. JAckson 3-2282 Each Account Insurod Up To $10,000.00 SAVE BY MAIL uniform (certain Scripture texts for each proper) and then con densed them in the printed mis sal to a refrain and one verse of the psalm or other text. To day’s Entrance Hymn acclaims the Lord’s Epiphany and wel comes Him. TUESDAY, JAN. 8 - MASS AS ON EPIPHANY. The Gradual Hymn is a processional. Ac companied by an "Alleluia” and verse or by a Tract (depending on the season), the aim of this hymn is not to rouse and ac claim but rather to help us un derstand and meditate the Word of God as we have heard it proclaimed in the first Bible reading of the Mass. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 9 - MASS AS ON EPIPHANY, "...theglory of the Lord has risen upon you” (Gradual). His glory has been manifested. It remains for it to be recognized, to be accepted as the light of our lives, to be preached as man’s salvation. His Epiphany Invites us to "rise up”, to "shine”—invites but does not compel. The Word must become active in us and with our cooperation. Only then will the Church (Jerusalem, Israel, we as members of His Body) His epiphany among men> TUESDAY, JAN. 10 - MASS AS ON EPIPHANY. The hymn for the presentation and prepara tion of gifts (Offertory ) has the same theme; the wise men as kings, representatives of all peoples, showing their subject ion to the manifested Word by means of gifts. Our singing at this point in the Mass unites us for the oblation, the sacrifice, to follow, which IN GUATEMALA will be offered under the poor, simple sings of our human la bor (bread and wine). We sing our self-offering, the “spiri tual sacrifice” of our Chris tian lives, and our intentions. FRIDAY, JAN. 11 - MASS AS ON EPIPHANY. The last of these great congregational hymns In the Roman Liturgy is the one we sing as we approach the holy talbe (Communion). Now our singing Is not so much of as piration as of confidence, ac ceptance, the enjoyment and re lishing of the salvation Christ has won once for all. It is common song and a com munity demonstration properly because our sharing here effects a unity in love. In God-builds the solidarity of the Church. This banquet, this Holy Supper, is Itself an epiphany of the son- ship and brotherhood establish ed by Jesus. SATURDAY, JAN. 12 - ST. MARY ON SATURDAY. Today’s Mass is again a Mass of Christ mas, of Jesus' Birth, and of Mary’s motherhood. The four hymns of the Mass are all in her honor. We share her joy in her election, her faith in the dimly understood promise of the Lord. Collect, Secrets and Postcom munion (the opening prayer, the prayer over the gifts, and the closing prayer of the Mass)— all refer to her as the great in tercessor of the Church. The Bride of God praying for the Bride of God. The Spirot pos sesses her that h e might pos sess us all. Archbishop Egidio Vagnozzi, Apostoli c Delegate in the U.S., learns the use of earphones for teaching languages from Fa ther Paul Twiddy, French instructor at a new Washington school for youth interested in the priesthood. JUDGE RULES State Can’t Close Private Schools INDEPENDENCE, Iowa (NC) A judge ruled here that the state has no power to close two schools operated by members of the Amish sect, but that the Amish must obtain accredited teachers for the schools or send their children to schools which have them. "The state has no power to close a private school”, Dis trict Judge Peter Van Metre said. "The only power the state has is to enforce the attendance laws by proper action against parents of the individuals in- Physician, Wife to Spend Month Aiding Indians MARY KNOLL, N. Y. (NC) A Michigan physician and his wife return this January to the Gua temala highlands to spend ano ther month aiding impoverished Indians with modern medicine. This will be the second trip for Dr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Les- hock of East Lansing, Mich., who last year also gave a month to work among the 50,000 Indians at the Maryknoll Fathers’ mis sion in Jacaltenango. DR. LESHOCK and his wife, a registered nurse, told Maryknoll officials here that life will never be the same for them since they saw the great need for medical help in an undeveloped area. The physician is now spear heading a campaign to recruit medical specialists willing to give a month-long vacation for the poor of the world. "Most men who become doc tors have a sense of compassion for the sick but are not In the po sition to exercise that exclusive ly,” Dr. Leshock said. "FEW CAN work full-time in a remote area, like Dr. Albert Schweitzer, in Africa, or the late Dr. Tom Dooley in Laos. poor of the world”, he said. "Usually a doctor’s talents lie fallow on vacation.” A month of service with the poor Indians will give any doc tor a new outlook on life, the physician feels. The proud In dians do not want charity so they scrape together a token fee of lOtf for each treatment. DURING his "vacation,” Dr. Leshock visited the Huehuetenan- go region, which is under the spi ritual care of Maryknoll Mlsslon- ers. Until 15 years ago, the area had been without priests for a century, and until Dr. Leshock came, had only witch doctors to care for the sick. Since his return, he has been recruiting doctors and has inte rested the Catholic Medical Mis sion Bureau in a plan to have physicians* guilds support medi cal mission work In some area for a year. Doctors need nothing but their talents. The Maryknoll Fathers have inspired the natives to build hospitals and clinics, Dr. Les hock reported. A new 40-bed hospital is nearing completion in Jacaltenango. Equipment and drugs donated by American doc tors are available. * "But most can give a once- PHYSICIANS who volunteer in-a-llfetime vacation to the need ^ ^ Catholics, he said. “e7 /? -Tor y; racioui & (Convenient oCi ivintj THE HOWELL HOKE APARTMENTS 710 Peachtree, N. E. TR. 4-8638 THE DARUHOTOH APARTMENTS 2025 Peachtree Rd., N. E. TR. 5-2511 Efficiencies and One Bedroom Furnished and Unfurnished — Both Buildings Completely Air Conditioned LONG REALTY CORPORATION. AGENTS TH. MTSI ATLANTA. GA. Three medical men who will serve In 1963 are of as many faiths. One are has more non- Catholic than Catholic doctors. At present, Jacaltenango has the services of Sister Rose Cor dis, M.D., the only doctor for the Indians. But she has many cases for doctors from the Unit ed States who will volunteer this year. Sister's latest letter, Dr. Les hock said, informed him that 25 patients with cleft palate are awaiting the services of a plas tic sergeon in addition to pa tients that need operations in his own medical specialty, ob stetrics and genecology. ,f A month of work among the poor gives a doctor a whole new lease on life. He comes back twice the man, twice the doctor, twice the husband and father, and his home is like a mansion to him,” he said. Pope Gives Dublin Its Gift Back DUBLIN (NC) A chalice pre sented to the Holy See by the Irish government three decades ago has been returned to Dublin as a token of the affection of His Holiness Pope John XXI11. The chalice was presented by the Irish government to the papal legate to the Internation al Eucharistic Congress held here in 1932. POPE John sent the chalice recently to Archbishop John C. McQuatd of Dubline, who has given it to the Dublin pro-ca thedral. Accompanying the chalice was a message from Amleto Cardinal Clcognani, papal Sec retary of State, who said the gift was intended as "a token of (Pope John’s) benelovence” and a memento of the late Pope Pius XI and Lorenzo Cardinal Lauri, who was papal legate to the Eucharistic Congress. JUHAN'S CLEANERS Expert • Per*onall*#d Scnric# Given to Every Garment Coming Into Our Plant 111 N. Mala St. TO. 1-44*4 Oolle*» Park. Oa volved.” THE CASE centers on two private schools operated by the Amish in northern Buchanan County, Iowa. County officials had sought a temporary injunc tion to close the schools because they lacked certified teachers. The effect of judge Van Metre’s ruling is to leave the schools open while requiring; them to obtain accredited teach ers or face the loss of their students. County officials said they would ask public school district authorities to take ac tion to see to it that the child ren In the Amish schools are educated by certified teachers. At a December 11 hearing here, a spokesman for the Amish contended that the re ligious liberty guarantees of the U. S. Constitution gave them the right to operate their schools as they wish. The spokesman said they be lieve the morals of their child ren had declined previously when the schools had non-Amish teachers; that certified teach ers are too expensive; and that the Amish consider an eighth grade education sufficient for their simple life. Clmm DALTON, GEORGIA Best Wishes MEDLOCK’S PHARMACY Prescriptions Delivered 2310 Cascade S. W. PL. 3-4107 - Atlanta, Ga. Poro Brandi School of Beauty Culture JA. 3-9058 250 Auburn At*, N. E. ATLANTA OWENS PLUMBING & HEATING 3118 Roswell Rd.. N. W. CE. 3-3913 Atlanta, Ga. R.T. HOPKINS COMPANY 544 Means Street JA 1-1650 Atlanta, Ga. Collins Manufacturing Co. TAILORED AUTOMOBILE SEAT COVERS 517 Spring St., N. W. Atlanta, Ga. TR 6-5524 J.J. JARDINA & CO. STATE FARMERS MARKET PO 6-9638 FOREST PARK, GA. 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