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Page 24--THE PROGRESS Friday, April 16. 1965 Typical CFM Meeting - , l. ,|, , _ The following is taken from the CFM Inquiry Program Handbook, September 1957 to Septem- ber 1958. page 55. Prayer: SCRIPTURE ( 15 minutes): Colossians 2, 4-8 "Now I say this that no one may deceive you with specious arguments For though I am absent in body, yet in spirit, I am with you, and rejoice at seeing your orderly array and the steadfastness of your faith in Christ. Therefore, lead your life in union wih the Christ who is Jesus, the Lord, in the way you have received Him. Be rooted in Him and build up on Him, and strengthened in the faith precisely as you have learned it, and make progress in it with thanksgiving. "See to it that no one r, akes you a victim of 'philo- sophy' which is but an empty conceit resting on human tradition, on the rudimentry notions which the world has to offer, and not on Christ." 1. How can we be dceived by daffy influences? 2. Give two exampi of how our faith canbe increased. LITURGY Holy We . : a Teacher The changes in the Holy k services have been the greatest changes in liturg ,c 1300 years. Holy Week is at the core of the litm :y, because what happened in the original Holy Wee as at the core of Christ's life. His Passion (inclu  His triumphal entry into Jerusalem), His death, and His resurrection are our redemption. The Holy Week services are the richest, the most beautiful, the most dramatic. During the cen- turies their meaning was obscured, and only a few people attended them, Plus XII has renewed them - by enabling us to see them, to understand them, and to take part in them. By them we relive what Christ lived for us. I Easter Greetings Virginia Foreman Seaffle Mimeographing Stegraphic Offset Printing MA. 4-2488 1736 - 1 st S. Seattle BRODIE HOTEL SUPPLY Food Service Supplies & Equipment MA. 3.8940 2300 Elliott Ave. Seattle Happy Easter National Fruit Canning Co. 1720 W. Spoka,e Seattle Luser-Glow Cleaners 4109 Airport Way So. Seattle, Wash. "The liturgical service of Holy Week are endowed not only with a singular dignity but with a special sacramental force and effectiveness for enriching Chris- tian life," (Decree of Holy See, Renewing Holy Week") "And my pop's got the nerve to criticize the way I fix thingsP' 1. How are we better able to see the services in Holy Week now? Name an instance. 2. How are we better able to understand them? Name an instance. Can we understand Baptism at the Easter Vigil Service? Why? 3. How are we better able to take part in them? __ Name an instance REPORTS OF ACTIONS: Repo'ts on Community Needs: A good member comes to the meeting prepared. SOCIAL INQUIRY (45 minutes); Everything Educates "But who can deny that mass communications may yet present itself to man as an efficacious instrument WE WELCOME YOU dcCann's Mens & Boys Shop MA S-on7 tm 6th AVE. StATTL! LA. 2-9220 TOWING RALPH'S LAKE *CITY TOWING 9105 Botheli Way Seattle EASTER GREETINGS Buck,er-Weatherby Co., Inc. Machinery MA. 3-5103 1743 - 1st So. Seattle Happy Easter Frayn Printing Co. MA. 3-4122 I 2581 Western Ave. Seattle Empire Way Seed and Garden Seeds and Bulbs Retail PA. 2-0990 5715 Empire Way So. Seattle Happy Easter Food Oily Tomboy Market EA. 2-9634 2500 Beacon Ave. So. Seattle Rainier Tool & Equipment 1352 Rainier Ave. So. EA 2-8070 Seattle of mutual knowledge and reciprocal understanding7 To the often astonished eyes of everyone it depicts the real life of peoples and the aspects of different localities as it captures their most interesting moments and shows their most spontaneous expressions. "It is not difficult to foresee the point where this profound knowledge will urge men to consider them- selves ever less strange and less indifferent to each other. They will learn to rejoice with those who suffer. It will be easier for them to feel themselves members of a single family: that of God." (Plus XII, To the Delegates of the European RadioUnion, October 20, 1955). OBSERVE: 1. Ask several families how the following outside influences (movies, newspapers, companions, mag- azines, T.V. etc.) educate them and their children. 2. Which of these influences has the greatest effect on the education of the members of the family? 3. How much time do the members of the families observed spend each day under the influence of these outside forces? 4. In the families observed, what attempts have been made to use properly these influences? Write observations here in preparing for the meeting. 2. 3. JUDGE: 1 What is the educational value in the observed outside forces? 2. How do the above mentioned outside forces educate (both good and bad)? 3. What kind of a plan could a Christian family have to use these outside forces properly? Write down the action adopted by the group. Preview of Next Meeting: Set time and place for the next meeting. Read the subjects to be discussed. Chaplain's Remarks (3 to 5 minutes). Brayer: Chaplain's Blessing. EMPIRE FUEL HEAI00i00I00I CO. City.Wide Service Mobil Diesel & Stove Oil Furnace Sa?es & Service PA. 3-6771 7313EmpkeWay Seattle Happy Easter To All Our Fr;ends Ernie's Barber Shop 6507 Roosevelt Way N.E. Seattle WE WRITE HARD TO GET AUTO INSURANCE NO RED TAPE NO DELAY LA 4-4366 H&H INSURANCE 6317 1/2 ROOSEVELT WAY N.E. SEATTLE Easter Joy HFF'$ Floor Oovering Free Estimates $U. 3-4888 7726- I 5fh N.W. SeaH'Je Peer'Pan Studios Home Portraits By Appointment 602 PIKE ST. MA 2.7247 SEATTLE Easter Greetings From B-E-C-K Constructors ME. 3-4777 3647 Stoneway No. Seattle Hal's Shell Service 2244 Eastlake Ea. EA 3-9531 Seattle