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Friday, Jan.29, 1965 THE PROGRESS7 'As We Also, 00tkre' ---John 17:11 ALSO at the platform (from left) are Rev. Robert Thomas, Greater Seattle Council of Churches president; the Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill VG, Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle; Methodist Bishop Everett W. Palmer; Father William B. Greenspun CSP, the other main speaker; Father William Treacy, Archdiocesan Commission for Church Unity chairman and also to.chairman for the gathering; and Rev. Dr. Lemuel Petersen, excutive minister of the Greater Seattle Council of Churches. fhwesf Pray for Unify Singing at the Seattle encounter was Pacific Lutheran U's Choir choir, directed by Vilem Sokol at Sunday's gathering. I "AN Evening of Christian Friendship" marked another big ecumenical encounter at University of Puget Sound in Tacoma. Among key participants (from left) are Charles Toynbee of St. Patrick's Parish, Father Greenspun, who gave the main talk; Dr. Raymond Powell of UPS, Rev. Lynn Hodges, First Baptist pastor; and Peter Coleman of St. John of the Woods Parish. The audience of 560 was divided into smaller sections (bottom photo) where "living room dialogue" ensued. Among discussants were Father Valerian Grubb OSB and Father Frands Coony CSSR. .... AMONG the guests Monday in the Seattle Council KofC's Clergy Night were Rabbi Raphael Levine of Temple de Hirsch and Father Palassis. FATHER Treacy (right) greets fellow television and radio "Challenge" panelist Rev. Dr. Lynn Carson of University Methodist Temple Monday at the closing series of St. Patrick's Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. With them is Father Joseph Fulton, OP of Blessed Sacra- ment Parish. Liturgy Brings Convert Work Change PORTLAND, Ore (NC) -- The Paulist Fathers of St. Philip Neri parish here have initiated a new, litur- gically oriented method of convert instruction as part of their "nationwide experiment in apostolic action." Father John Donahue, C.S.P. assistant pastor, said, the new method features a weekly "commentary Mass," including a sermon which is related to regular inquiry class studies, and for catechumanates, the re- stored custom of administering baptismal rites in successive stages. Regular inquiry classes are held for a 30-minute period after the noon Mass and  two different Luci Baines Johnson Studying Catholicism WASHINGTON (NC)-- Luei Baines Johnson, 17- year-old daughter of President end Mrs. Johnson, is receiving instruction in the Catholic faith but has taken "no definitive steps" toward becoming a Catholic. The Johnson family "con- siders religion a personal and private natter" and Luci is free to make up her own mind, a White House spokesman mid in confirming reports that the younger of the tWO Johnson girls is receiving instructions. Luci, like her mother and her older sister Lynda, is an Episcopalian. She is a sen- ior at the National Cathed- ral School here, an Episco- palian school for girls. Mr. Johnson is a member of the Disciples of Christ but some- times aRends Episeopalian services. Since last fall Luci has been dating Paul BaCz, 20, a Cath- olic pre, medical student at Mount St. Mary's College in Emmitsburg, Md. She wears his school pin. Her interest in Catholicism was reported to have begun with her friendship with Betz. (Last May the White House confirmed that L.i had sent her college board entrance ex- amination results to Marquette University, a Catholic school in Milwaukee, with the idea of seeking admission there. The White House said then that she had not made any similar ap- plications to other schools.) The White House would not say where Luci was study- ing Catholicism. Other re- ports said a priest from Mount St. Mary's College was believed to be giving the in- structions. Taking instructions in Cath- olicism does not necessarily indicate that the person in- volved is going to enter the Church. Frequently individuals receive such instructions for informational purposes alone with no intention of becoming Catholics. Under Church law a convert who has been validly baptized, as Luci reportedly has, is not baptized again upon becoming a Catholic. The Washington archdiocese declined comment on the matter, noting that conversion is a personal and private mat- ter and that any statements should come from Luci, her family or their authorized spokesmen. President Hails CICOP Meet CHICAGO (NC) -- President Johnson, in a message to the second annual conference of the Catholic Inter-American Co- operation Program, hailed ef- forts to strengthen the "entente of friendship" among the American republics. "Our entire Western Hemi- sphere is the beneficiary of your productive efforts to reaffirm aad farth atrmgthm ira of iommon understanding and solidarity," the President told the CICOP delegates. ' More than 2,000 U.S. and Latin American leaders attend- ed the conference January 27- 29 here on the theme "The Church and Social Revolution in Latin America." Mr. Johnson's message was sent to Richard Cardinal Cushingof Boston, one of six cardinal-presidents of PACOP. series on weekdays--Wednesday and Saturday morn- ings, a n d Wednesday a n d Friday evenings -- a schedule in keeping, said Father Donahue, "with the many spare time commitments of modem man." The "commentary Mass" restores convert in- struction to a church setting, he said. "While the new Catholic learns the Church's liturgy by actual participation in the Mass even be- fore receiving Baptism, the Mass series will also serve as a refresher course in the basic teachings of the Faith for Catholics," he added. Various blessings which form part of the baptis- mal rite will be given in successive Steps immediately before the Sunday commentary Mass. The sacrament of Baptism itself will be administered at the Easter Vigil Service. Archbishop Parene Explains Collegialiy ROME (NC)mThe word ti0n," Archbishop Parente "college" of bishops used said. in the ecumenical coun- The prelate emphasized that cil's Constitution on the Church "there is a communion of does not imply the juridical sacred authority which is per- concept of a group of equal sonified in Peter as the head members, Archbishop Pietro and in the apostles as members Parente, assessor of the Con- of a sole organ. Such authority gregation of the Holy Office, perseveres within the episcopal affirmed here. college (the bishops and the In an article published in the pope)." "But," he stressed, "so far as January 25 Catholic fortnightly, the exercise of authority is Citta Nuova, Archbishop Par- concerned, only the Roman pon- ente wrote that "the word 'col- tiff is the judge, for on him, lege' has become for some pea- because of divine will, depends ple a magic one which conceals the whole structure and the mysterious and insidious mean- ings." "The term 'college' is not new for it was used in ancient times along with other similar ones (body, episcopal order)," he pointed out. The prelate stressed that "to avoid equivocations in the text of the Constitution (on the Church) it is quite clear that as the apostolic college included the apostles with Peter as their head, so the episcopal college includes necessarily all bishops along with the Roman pontiff, the head of the college itself and of the whole Church." "Therefore the episcopal college understoodin this way embodies the Church's hier- archy with the powers be- stowed upon her by Christ to eeatla lib mkmlall ae- life of the Church.' i I Pope Commens On Air Flight VATICAN CITY (NC) -- The history's first airborne Pope had some comments on air- flight when he received the personnel of the crew of the Alitalia flight which brought him back from the recent trip to India. "We cannot fly through the skies without carrying in our hearts their enchantment, their fascination and our nostalgia for them when we are up there the things of earth are re- stored to their true proportions and we understand how petty and paltry it is to become at- tached to them because of the profound aspirations of the hu- man soul, created to the image and likeness of the Lord," the Pope mkL LEGION OF DECENCY --films Reviewed i The Progress publishes here the complete list of current motion pictures and their classifications as reviewed by the National Legion of Decency. It is suggested that this listing be clipped and saved for refer. ence; additional titles will be published each week. CLASS A--Sec. 1--Morally Unobjectionable for General Patronage CLASS AmSec. 4--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults, with Reservations Boy Ten Feet Tall Invasion Quartet Ready for the People Capture That Capsule Lassie's Great Adventure Rhino Cheyenne Autumn Lively Set, The Ride the Wild Surf Circus World McHale's Navy Robinson Crusoe on Mars Dimka (Russ.) Magic Fountain, The Santa Claus Conquers Disorderly Orderly, The Mary Poppins the Martians Duke Wore Jeans, The Master Spy (Eng.) Secret of Magic Island Earth Dies Screaming, The Mediterranean Holiday Sergeant Was a Lady East of Sudan Moon-Splnners, The Snake Woman Emil and the Detectives Murder Ahoyl Tattooed Police Horse Fate Is the Hunter Murder Most Foul Teenage Millionaire Father Goose My Fair Lady Thief of Baghdad Finest Hours, The My Son, the Hero Those Callaways First Men In the Moon Mysterious Island Tiger Walks, A Flipper's New Adventure Never Put It In Writing Truth About Spring, The Fluffy Nikkl, Wild Dog Unearthly Stranger Four Days In Novomher of the North Valley of the Dragons Godzllla vs. The Thing Only One New York Voyage to the Bottom Golden Arrow, The Patsy, The of the Sea Guns of August Pied Piper of Hamelin Voyage to the End Hamlet Pirates of Tortuga of the Universe Hard Day's Night (Br.) Purple Hills When the Clock Strikes Hey There, It's Yogi Bear Queen of the Pirates World Without Sun Honeymoon Machine You Have to Run Fast Anatomy of A Marriage tmoortant Man (Mexican) Organizer, The (ItaL) (Fr.) Intruder Pressure Point Anatomy of a Murder L-Shaped Room, The Pumpkin Eater, The Best Man, The La Dolce Vlto (Itai.) Servant, The Black Like Me LIIlth Storm Center Cool World, The Lollta Strangers in the City Devil's Woman (Swed.) Long Day's Journey This Sporting Life (Br.) Divorce, Italian Style into Night Tom Jones (Br.) (Ital.) Marriage, Italian Style Too Young to Love Dr. Strangelove (Ital.) Victim (Br.) Easy Life, The (Ital.) Martin Luther Visit, The Eclipse (Itol.) Mondo Cane Walk On the Wild Side 81/2 (Itol.) Night at Iguana Young and the Willing, Girl with Green Eyes Nothing But the Best The (Br.) (Br.) (Br.) CLASS B--Morally Objectionable in Part for All Abysses, Les (Ft.) Americanization at Emily, The CLASS ASec. 2--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults Stock Sabbath Carpetbaggers, The Cleopatra and Adolescents Comedy of Terrors Crazy Desire (Ital.) Cry of Battle Curse of the Living Corpse Dementia 13 Aphrodite Good Neighbor Sam Secret Inva.lon Devil and The Ten Atlantis, the Lost Continent Guns of Darkness Secret Of Deep Harbor Commandmenls Baby, the Rain Must Fall Horro of It All, The Send Me No Flowers Diary of a Bachelor Back Door to Hell Last Man on Earth Sing and Swing (Br.) Four For Texas Bandits of Orgosolo Miracle Worker Stolen Hours From Russia With Love Blood on the Arrow Moro Witch Doctor Suitor, The (Fr.) Get Yourself a College Girl Bridge to the Sun Mutiny On the Bounty Taxi for Tobruk (Fr.) He Rides Tall Bullet for a Badman Naked Edge 36 Hours Honeymoon Hotel Crock in the World Night Train to Paris Thunder Island Horror of Party Beach Devil Ship Ptrotes, The Night Walker, The Trunk, The House Is Not a Home, A Dr. Blood's Coffin One Potato, Two Potato Twenty Plus Two Irma LO Douce Escape by Night Pit and the Pendulum Unsinkable Molly Brown Evil Eye Ring of Treason Walk A Tight Rope Evil of Frankenstein Robin and the Seven Hoods War Is Hell Fail Safe Roustabout WeeKend With Lulu Frantic (Fr.) Sardonlcus Witchcraft Gold for the Caesars Satan Bug "Your Cheafln' Heart Goliath and the Island Scream at Fear Young Doctors of Vampires Seance On A Wet Afternoon John Goldfarb, Please Racing Fever Come Home Seventh Dawn Joy House Sex and The Single Girl Klssln' Coulns Shot In the Dark, A Kitten with A Whip Small World of Long Ships, The Sammy Lee, The Looking For Love Soldier In the Rain Love on the Riviera Station Six Sahara Love, The Italian Way Strangler, The (itol.) Sunday in New York Man In the Middle Sylvia MaSque of the Red Death Tiara Tahiti (Br.) New Interns, The Time Travelers, The Night Must Fall Under Age No Greater Sin Vice and Virtue (Fr.) (was: 18 and Anxious) Viva Los Vegas Nutty, Naughty Chateau, What A Way To Go The (Ft.) Who's Been Sleeping Of Human Bondage in My Bed Palamo Party Why Bother To Knock Palm Springs Weekend Yesteraoy, Today and Psyche 59 Tomorrow [Ital.) CLASS C---Condemned Affair of the Skin, An ' Balcony, The CLASS ASec. 3---Morally Unobjectionable for Adults Bell'Antonto (itoL) Boccaccio 70 (tthl.) Bonne Soupe, Lo (Fr;) Breathless (Ft.) Ada Great War, The Seduced and Abandoned Christine Keeler Affair, Ape Woman, The Guns at Batasl (Ital.) . The (Dan.) Andy He Who Must Die (Ft.) Slgnpot ot Murder Cold Wind In August Armored Command Horror Castle Soft Skin, The (Pr.) Contempt (Pr.) Boy af The Angels (Fr.) ustler, The Strange Sedtellows Doll, The (swed.) Bebo's Girl (Itol.) II Bldone iltal.) Summer and Smoko During One Night (Br.) Becket Invitation to a Gunfighter Susan Siade Empty Canvas Bikini Bench Kisses For My President Thin Red Line Five Day Lover (Fr,) Blind Corner (Br.) Los Torantos (SPan.) Third Secret, The Girl With the Golden Breaktost At Tlffany's Luck of Ginger Coffey, The Three On a Spree Eyes (Pr.) Buddha (Jop.) Mafioso (Ital.) Three Penny Opera Green Carnation (wos; Bus Rllev's Back In Town Marnle Thunder of Drums Trials of Oscar Wilde) Cartouclle (Fr.) Money, Money, Money Topkapl (Br.) Cloudelle Ingllsh (Fr.) Torpedo Bay Green Mare (Fr.) Code 7, Victim 5 Nightmare In the Sun Town Without Pity I Love, You Love (Ithl,) Commando One Plus One Two on the Guillotine Image of Love Couch, The Outrage, "lhe Two Women (Ital.) Joan of the Angels? Crooked Road Panic Button West Side Story Jules and Jim (Fr.) Dear Heart Panic In Year Zero Where Love Has Gone Kiss Me Stupid Don't Tempt the Devil Rage to Live, A Wild Affolr Knife in the Water (Pol.} Face In the Rain Rio Conchos Woman of Straw (Br.) L'Avventuro (Itol.) Fargo Raced and His Brothers Woman Who Wouldn't La Notte (Night) (Itol.) For Those Who (Ital.) Die, The Lady Chotterley' Lover Think Young Rounders, The Yolmgblood Hawke (Fr.) Goldilnger Season ot Passion Youn Lovers, The Law, The (Pr.) Good Bye Charlle Zulu (Br.) Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Fr.) Let's Talk About Women Iltal.) Love Game IFr.) Love Is My Professlon (Fr.) Lave on a Pillow '(Fr.) Lovers, The (Fr.) Mogdoleno (Ger.) Maid In Paris (Ft.) Mating Urge Miller's Beautiful Wife (ttal.) Mstress for the Summer, A (Fr.) Molesters, The Mom and Dad [Slderoad) My Life to Live (Fr.) Never On Sunday (Greek) Nude Odyssey, The flthl.} Od.d Obsession (Jop.) Of Wayward Love (Ital.] Oscar Wilde (Br.} Possionafe Summer (Pr. - Ital.) Phaedra (Greek) Ployglrl After Dark (Br.) Please, Nor NoW (Ft.) Port of Desire Pot Souille (Lovers of Paris) (Ft.) Prime Time Private P r o I-./ Question of Adultery Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (Br.) Savage Eye Seven Capitol Sins (Pr.) Silence, The (Swed,) Sins of Mona Ktmt Slave Trade In the World Today Tales of Paris (Ft.} Temptation (Fr. - Itol.) Terrace, The (SPan.) To Love (Swed.) Too Young, Too Immoral Trials of Oscar Wilde (Br.) Truth. The (La Verite) (Fr.) Virldlana (Sp.) War of the Buttons (Ft.) Wasted Lives and The Birth of Twins Weekend (Don.) Woman In the Dunes (Jots.) Women of the World (Ita/,) /