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John EckhuH I Deep Meaning of 'Our Father' "UNDERSTANDING THE LORD'S PRAYER," by H. van de Bussche, Sheed and Ward. ROM the time we first memorize the Lord's prayer it is part of our ives. It can remain the simple Father of our childhood, or it can take on depth and mean- ing in ever increasing qantities for our continuous enrichment. It is up to us. Father van de Bussche has been a professor of the Bible and theology, and is currently president of the University Col- ge of the Holy Ghost at Lou- ain. It is not surprising, then, that "Understanding the Lord's Prayer is a scholarly work. The commentary is based on the version in Matthew. The prayer is studied clause clause, with constant ref. erence to the rest of the Gos- pel, for the Lord's Prayer is surely a summation of the Good News. Surprising is the amount of eschatological inference. The Christian is constantly reminded that he is in a state of becom- ing. The Redemption has hap- but the Kingdom is not of this world. In this context we gain new insight into the phrase, "Thy Kingdom come," and also the following, "Thy Will be Done." This is often spoken of and used as a prayer of abandon- ment to the Will of God, and in- deed is admirable in this light. owever, there is more. Father van den' Bussche hows that we also pray for God's ultimate Will to be done. The end of the world should never frighten a Chris- tian, as it is in reality the fulfillment of all his hopes. The following "on earth as it is in Heaven" smoothly con- By JOHN J. ECKHART tinues the eschatological nature of the petition. From the Glory of God and the hope for His second com- ing, the prayer abruptly de- scends to man's own needs. Here we show our dependence on the heavenly Father both for our physical and spiritual well- being -- our daily bread, and deliverance from the evil one. This book can be a rich source of meditation to your prayers. "MODERN CATE- CHETICS," by G e r a r d Sloyan, McMlllan, $5.95. HE 1 i t t I e Baltimore catechism has come in for quite a lot of criticism lately. There are many who feel that it is outmoded, and would could there be really expert coverage. The general approach at the beginning of the book explains the place of the Liturgy, and the Bible, etc., in instruction. Following chapters are de- voted to each age group from kindergarten through college. The psychological develop- ment at each stage is studied, and ideas presented on what the child can assimilate, and how best to introduce the informa- tion. There are, important chapters on teaching public school chil- d r e n, adolescent psychology, and the way Christ taught. "Modern Catechetics" should be a boon for all teachers, and a real "must" for the volun- teers of the CCD. --Dorothy Eckhart Smith like to see a complete change in teaching methods. Others 'Ch 11 feel that the traditional way of a enge' instruction is best. Before the reformation cate- chetics was a neglected thing. In fact, the religious illiteracy of so many people made it easy for them to be led down strange new paths. The lead- ers of the counter-reformation recognized this and the im- portance of Catholic educa- tion received new impetus. It has held its vital place in the Church ever since. In modern times, with new knowledge of how the mind works and develops the teach- ing of Catholic truth can be done with even greater effec- tiveness, provided the teacher has some knowledge of how and when to present these truths. It is in this field that "Mod- ern Catechetics" shows its value. Each chapter was written by a specialist in each particular subject. The range of the book is so large that in this way only Feature Films On Television Bellingham KING-'IV (NBC) Channel ,i KVOS.TV Channel 12 KIRO-TV (CBS) Channel 7 Tacoma Seattle KTNT-TV (CBS) Channel 11 KOMO.TV (ABC) Channel 4 KTVW-T  Channel 13 MOTION PICTURE CLASSIFICATION BY NATIONAL LEGION OF DECENCY: A-I--Morally Unobjectionable for General Patronage; A-II--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults Adolescents; A.lII--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults; Objectionable in Part for All; C-Condemned; SC--Separate Classification; NR--No Rating Available. (Nots: The ratings listed below were those given the original movies. Most films before being shown on tele- vision art edited to con/arm to the television code and to the individual stdtion's time schedule. For this reason, objsctionablt p,rts contained in the original plot may be deleted in the television version and thus the original Ltgion rating may not be entirely correct.) SATURDAY, JUNE 2:[ o:1! p.m.--KI aO.TV--$hanghal ........................................... NR S:00 p.m.KTNT-TVmelazlng Sixes ...................................... A-I 5:00 p.m.--KING.TV--SPy Chasers ...................................... A.I 4:30 p.m.--KTVW.TV--L.awless Valley ................................... A-I 9:00 p.m.--KING.TVWhlte Witch Ooctnr .............................. A-I I0:00 p.m,mKTNT-TV--Invlslble $trlgos .................................. A.II 11:0ep.m.--KVOS-TV--They Died With Their Boots On ......... , .... A-I 11:1 p.m.--KInO-TV--Souls At Sea .................................... A.II 11:00 p.m.--KlNG-TV--Cross Winds ...................................... A.It 11:00p.m.--KOMO,TV--Ambush At Clmarron Pass .................... A-I SUNDAY, JUNE 23 12:{10 Noon.-KOMO-TV--Dlmples .......................................... A-I |:30 p,m.--KVOS-TV--Cosh On Delivery ......... . ........................ n t:30 p,m.--KIRO-TV--$orrowtul Jones .................................. A.II 3:t0 p.m.--KING-TV--Choolnte SQIdler ................ ,... .............. A-II 4:30 |.m.--KTVWFull Confession ...................................... A.II 4:$0 t,m.--KTNT.TV--Tortom and tho Green aerie|| .................. NR i:00 hm.--KVOl.TV--Sombo, Lord et the Jungle ........................ NR 7:30 |.m.--KTNT.TVDestlnotlon Tokyo ....... . ........................ A-I g:ee D.m.--KOMO-TV--The Deerllayer .................................. A.I 11:M I.m.--KING-TV--Tha First 100 Years .............. . ............. A-II MONDAY, JUNE 24 9:30 a.m.--KOMO-TV--The Forgotten Woman .......................... A,II 10:00 a.m.--KTVW.TV--Condemned Women .............................. A-II |:00 NOOn*-KTVW.TV--The ale Sttl .................................... A-II 2:00 p.m.--KTNT.TV--eack In Circulation ................ . ......... ...,A.II S:30 |.m.--KING-TV--Haunted Honeymoon ............. . ................ A.I |'ss P.m.--KVOe.Tv--Drongo ............................................ A-II '/:30 ).m.--KING-TV--Frem Hell To Texas ........................... ...A-I 10:115 t.m.--KTNT.TV--The Great Garrick ................................ A-I 15:15 ).m.--KTVW-TV--Everybody's Doing It ............................ A-I 11"re .m.--KVOS,TV--Mr. Lucky ....................................... A.II 11:'t0 ).m.--KOMO.TV--Socret$ at the Lone Wolf . .......... . ............ A-I 1:00 a.m.--KTVW.TV--Look Whose Lauphlng .......................... A.I TUESDAY, JUNE 25 9:30a.m.--KOMO.TV--She Gets Her Man .............................. A-I lg:e0 a.m.--KTVW-TV--Mexlcan Spitfire Out West ...................... NR I|:N NOOn--KTVW.TV--SOdmon's Territory .............................. A-I |:e0 ).m.--KTNT-TV--The Groat Garrick .... ............... . .... . ..... A-I S:30 Lm.KING.TV--Hell Below ........................................ NR 5:30 |.m.--KVOS-TV--$torm Over Tibet .................................. B 10:00 ).m.--KTVW-TV--The SI Street ......................... : ........ A-II 15:00 J.m.--KTNT.TV--Moke Your Own Bed ................................ n 11:eo J.m.--KVOS-TVThe Runaround .................................. A-II 11:30 ).m.--KOMO.TV--You're Telling Me .............................. A-II I:00A.M.--KTVW-TVMexlcon Spitfire Sees A Ghost .... ............ A-II WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26 9'$0 a.m.--KOMO-TV--You're A Lucky Fellow Mr. Smith .............. e 15 N a.m.--KTVWCareer ................................................ A-I ?2:re NOOI'-KTVW, TV--Care Pree ........................... . ...... . ..... A.t |'00 p.m.KTNT-?V--Moke Your Own Bed ............................ a S:,10 p.m.--KINa-TVMeet The People .............................. .,A-H $:35 P.m.--KVO$.TV--Tlmetable ......................................... A.II 6:30 p.m,KTVW-TV--My Pal Walt ........................................ 10:00 P.m,--KTVW.TVCrack Up ................................... . .... A.II 10:30 p.m.--KTNT.TV--The Rensgados .................................... A-II 11:80 p.m.--KVOIbTV--Pursued .............................. . ....... , .... A-tl 11:30 p,m,KOMO.TV--ForbJdden Valley ........................ .. ...... A-I 1:00 a.m.KTVW.TVRepent At Leisure .............................. A-H THUR$OAY, JUNE 27 :50 a.m.--KOMO.TVHello Annapolis .................................. A-I 10:00 a.m.KTVW-TV--We're On The Jury .............................. A-I 12: Noon---KTVW-TV--The rig Street .................................. A-II 2:00 p.m.KTNT-'rVThe Renegades .................................. A-II 3:30 p.m.KINO.TVForty lithe Mothers ............................ A-ll 5:$0 g.m.--KVOS.TV$erpent Of the Nile ................................ E 6:$0 P.m.KIRO.TV--Swlrl Of Glory .................................... 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A-II 10:30 ).m.KTNT.TVI Was Money's Dnuble ............................ A-I 11:00 p.m.KVOS,TVJohnny Apollo ...................................... O 11:30 P,m.KOMO.TV--Americon Guerilla In the Philippines ...* ...... A-II 1:00 o.m,--KTVW.TVChlno Sky ........................................ A-II Thll Review IS 5gonsered by Cahalle Gifts & Church Goods, Inc. ReligiOUS gOOdl for the home, church and school A pllmlont shopping atmosphere with a select variety of rellgtous gifts. 607 Union St., Seafie I MUtual 2-3929 e, / / To Discuss Race Issues A special treatment of racial problems will be presented by "Challenge," the KOMO tele- vision and radio program Sun. days, June 23 and 30. Two taped programs have been preempted so that the churchmen-panelists of the three major faiths can discuss on June 23 the basis of the racial problem with reference to the recent Seattle Confer- ence on Religion and Race and on June 30 the examination of and detail of the problems in the areas of housing and em- ployment. The program, which includes Rev. William Treacy, director of the Catholic Information Center, is telecast at 6 p.m. on Channel Four and heard at 10:30 p.m. over Radio KOMO (1000 kc.). Legion Of Decency First-Run Movies Showing In Seattle A-t--Jason and the Argonauts. Other Movies Currently Showing A-I--My Slx Loves, The Nutty Pro- fessor, Invasion of the Star Creatures, How the West Was Won, Tommy and the Doctor, Phantom Planet, Miracle of the White Stoillons, Papa's Delicate Condition. A.|--Werewolf In A Girls' Dormitory, Lawrence of Arabia, Days of Wine and Roses, Yellow Canary, Call Me Bwana, Mutiny on the Bounty, The Birds, The Lion, The Hook. A-3-.-Corrldorg at Blood, Two For the Seesaw, Love Is O Ball, Winter Light, Rto Bravo. a--island at Love, Marines Let's Go. SATURDAY, JUNE 22 2:00 p.m., InslSht, KOMO-TV, Chun. nil 4. The Rev. EHwood Kleser, C.S.P., I$ host tar ths. series of snclol and splrffuaJ dramas starring such not- ables as Raymond Massey, Jane Wyman and irene Dunne. The first program, "The Agitator" finds two men, one a communist (played by Ed Seley) and one a Chrlstion (Brian Kelth) in violent con. fffct over the control of an Amerfcea Iobor union during the 1930's. SUNDAY, JUNE 23 7:4S a.m,, Hour of St. Francll, K XA. Radio (770 kc.) The booutlful and true story of Lourdes will be presented. I:00 a.mv Lamp Unto My Feet, KIRO. TV, Channel ?. "Cantana de San Juan," first choral work by the Catalan composer Carlos surlnach, will have Its premiere today. The cantata was written in honor of San Juan, patron saint of Puerto RIco. It tells the story of St. John the Sop- fist as revealed In the Gospels. The choir of the Church of Our Saviour In New York will perform the werk. 9:15 a.m., Sacred Heart Prosram, KIRO-TV, Channel 7. "The Problem Of Loss" Is fed0y'g topic. The speaker Is Rev. Walter d. Burghardt, S J., of Woodstock COIIOBI, Md. 2:0q p.m., DtrIcflene Llb KOMO.TV, Channel 4. "The Children's Choice," photo. assay on the life of the Nesro In the North, will be lien. Author of the esly Is Dennis Clar, former executive director of the Catholic Interracial Council of New York. i'00 .m., ChattlnSo, KOMO-TV, C/IW nel 4. "It All Starts at Home" Says Roy. William Treaty, Dr. Lynn Carson and Rabbi Raphael Levlne, panelists, as they discuss their own childhood and the Influence their homellfe had on setting standards and directing their lives. 7:15 p.m., Sacred Heart Program, KTVW-TV, Channel 13. The Ray. William J. DrlscolL S.J. of Battlmore speaks on '*Preyer at Its Best," the fourth In titles in. titled "A United World." 7:30 p.m., Hour at St. Pronels, KTVW. TV, Channel 13. "The Man Who Has Everything" IS the story of a unsung hero, the lay brother in a religious order, his work and how he chose this way of life. Elroy (Crazy Legs) Hirsch hesfl. Charity Towards Others If your underlying motivation is a deep love for people, you will be powered by the divine fire that warms but does not destroy. And ynu will come to a better understanding of St. John's words: "Perfect love casts out fear." (1 John 4:18) Future of Church in U.S. By MOST REVEREND FULTON J. SHEEN HE future of the Church in the United .0 States within the next 50 years 's this: either we will be the Church of the Poor or we will be the "poor" Church! By the poor we mean principally the two-thirds of the world's people who earn less than $100 a year; the 800 dioceses in Africa, Asia and Oceania which have less than $25,000 a year to build schools, churches and chapels. Either they will partake of our blessings or we will be the "poor" Church spoken of in the Apo- calypse, which had much gold but little spirit. When we say the Church of the Poor, what do we mean? Must we do without our million dollar churches and libraries, our autos, our television sets? No! Do we mean that we should be more generous on "Mission Sunday"? No! How our pastors would camplain if they were only allowed one collection a year and it averaged out to 27 cents each, which is the average, annual per capila donation of U. S. Catholics to the Holy Father for all of his Missions. Lepers need sulfone every week, not once a year! "Mission Sunday" should be done away with as a once-a-year pittance. The Church in the U. S. should substitute a "Mission Mon- day," a "Mission Tuesday," a "Mission Wed- nesday," a "Mission Everyday." We Catholics will become the Church of the Poor only by sharing, as God ordered: "When thou reapest the crops on Shy land, do not raze all to the level of the ground, or pick up the scattered ears; do not hoard up the clusters or the grapes that have fallen. Leave something for poor men and wanderers to glean; remember what God you worship." (Lev. 19:9-10). We will be the Church of the Poor not by putting a few dimes in a collection, but by sharing every blessing with the poor. Few of us have fields where we can leave sheaves or vineyards where wo can leave clusters, but we have pay envelopes, income on stocks and bonds, interest, gifts and, in the case of children, spending money. We should share each of these "harvests" with the poor. For three times God repeats this law, the last time saying: "/f a sheath lies in the fields for- gotten, do not go back for it; leave it for the alien (the non-Jew), the orphan and the widow, so the Lord thy God will prosper all thy undertakings" (Deut. H:19). Will God bless us for putting up a field house that costs two million dollars and not giving $1,000 of that to the Holy Father to build a hut for the Eucharistic Lord in Ghana? Obviously, no Is it permissible for us to put up a rectory that costs $250,000? Certainly, if it be needed! But not if we do not leave a sheaf of $2,500 to buy sulfone for the lepers in Thailand. The hungry, the ingnorant, the lepers must share our every blessing. The "alien" is etitled, the Word of God tells us, to a sheaf of our profits in business, medicine, law; to a cluster of our clipped coupons; to our "windfalls." And how can we reach the "alien" and the poor outside the U. S.? Through the one arm the Holy Father has in the U. S. to gather sheaves and clusters for them, and that is The Society for the Propagation of the Faith. God has made us prosperous. Let us thank Him! But let us not think we are satisfying our debt to the poor of the world by giving the Holy Father the equivalent of the price of a pack of cigarettes a year. As Catholics we need not "give," because that is voluntary. We must "share," because that is the Divine Mandate. Each starving Catholic is a cell in our body; each hungry non- Cntholio is like food not yet assimilated into our body. Either we will be the Church of the Poor or will be the "poor" Church. God grant that we may be the Church of the Poor! Start now by sharing, by sending something to the Holy Father each month through his Society for the Propagation of the Faith. God love you to all who answer this plea and make ours the Church o[ the Poor! Cut out this column, pin your saerifices to tt and mail it to Most Roy. Fulton J. Sheen, National Director of the Society for the Propa- gation of the Faith, t. Sth Ave., New York 1, N. Y., or your Archdiocesan Director, Rev. Stephen Szeman, 07 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4. Now It's Russian 00N00oman! (Continued from Page I) vance stories. If Valentina had been killed, she would have been just another Rus- sian who disappeared, and Ludmilla would have gone up the next time. Despite what they say, not all Russian space flights are successful. Adlai E. Stevenson, chief United States delegate to the UN, complained in a letter to that organization that the Russians are not reporting all space flights as they promised in an agreement last year. We know that there have been six space flights that got into earth orbit from the Soviet Union and that were not re- ported, said Mr. Stevenson. There was one flight last Au- gust, two in September, and one in the months of October, November and January. Some experts believe that these flights were the first stages in attempled deep probe shots toward Mars, Venus and the moon, that fiz- zled after they got into earth orbit. Russian secrecy being what it is, we'll probably never know. The original Lad. mills may still be in orbit up there some place. Meanwhile, of course, the United States is periodically giving the UN complete reports of our space experiments. than the ones you buy in a $4.95 fireworks kit, hasn't discour- aged the people who see omens of a great change for the better in any kind of Red cooperation. European Orbit Tomorrow (Saturday), Presi- dent John Kennedy will leave Washington for a 10.day trip to Europe. He plans to visit West Germany, Ireland, England and Italy. In Germany he is scheduled to visit West Berlin and the wll. He is expected to put in a good word for the proposed multilateral force of 200 atomic- tipped missiles on surface ships manned by mixed crews when he talks to Chancellor Aden- nauer. So far the Germany gov- ernment has not waxed too enthusiastic about the plan. Next he will visit Ireland and the home of his ancestors. this will probably be the most enjoyable part of the trip for the chief executive. When the President lands in Britain and confers with the Prime Minister he will be talk- ing to a man who has slipped so far in public esteem that even some of his own party members refused to back him in a vote of confidence. The trouble is called the Profumo affair. It started with hide the scandal along with in- dications that there may have been security leaks to Red espi- onage agents have mushroomed it in political import to where it will probably mean the defeat of the Conservative Party at the next general election. Right now the Conservative Party is looking around for a man to replace the present Prime Minister. If the Labor Party wins the next general election, it will probably mean a softening in the British stand against Com. munism. Memo TO THE SUPREME COURT: God is not a dropout; you expelled Him. Readers Write Editor, The Progress: I am in receipt of a copy of your newspaper dated May 24, 1903. It has been brought to my attention that on Page Six there- of there is a picture of a mere. her of this department, taken while on duty at the Mary's Day ceremonies. We are always pleased to have our' officers receive good ,,r;ay, Juge 21 1963 THE PR, ORESS--5 Ground Rules For In-Laws To Follow By REV. WALTIR IMBIORSKI Family Life Dlroetor, Archdiocese 4 Cklcao Guest Columnist for Rev, John L. Thomm S.J. My wise and I are in our middle 40's and our daugh- ter ,is getting married in two months. The young man she has chosen is nice enough, but she is our only girl and we have been very close and are concerned. Any suggestions /or us future in.laws? AM pleased that you and your wife are trying to think through this new relationship you will have with your daughter and her husband. It is a sign of mature parental concern. Reduced to its parts, the in-law problem is two-fold: A) definite interference by the parents, and B) an excessive dependence of the couple on their parents. Knowing that you love your daughter very much and that losing her will be something of a wrench, let's consider a few practical ideas you might mediate upon. We will call them cautions for in-laws. " (1) Criticizing: Some parents find fault with everything the young couple does, from the typeface on the wedding invitation to the middle name of the first grandson. Young couples need encouragement and tolerance. They are iust learning. They don't have your experience and perspective. They will probably m/ke mistakes. They will certainly do things differently, but this is part of their great adventure. (2) Clinging: Watch out for too-frequent phone calls to 3oe, or visits to Susie, or setting up patterns when they simply "have to" spend every second Sunday and all the holidays at your house. (3) Clearing paths: Some parents try to cushion their children against every possible hardship. Running to them with check- book drawn and pen ready may simply make them confused and dependent. It is hard for a father to face the fact that his daughter prefers some other person; that she doesn't need him, her own father, any more. Faced with this, some parents try again to make themselves important, or even indispensable to their children. (4) Choosing sides: Let's face it, there is no young man good enough for your daughter but when quarrels and problems come remember your child could be wrong. As an in-law, your concern should be for the good of fthe marriage and not merely for "my" son or "ny ' dadgllter. (5) Competing: Sometimes both sets of in-laws vie for the young couples' attention and affection. They get into a psycho- logical struggle to see who can give the more expensive gift or the more pointless luxury. Get to know your son-in.law's parents, They may not be your kind of people; they may be from a different social stratum, a different national background but they produced the things in "Joe" that your daughter loves. Another challenge to your maturity is setting up communication, even friendship, with his parents. (0) Child Raising: When grandchildren begin,, to arrive, they bring fresh challengei With" them: Remember you are grand- parents, not parents. Grandparents, "grateful they have seen "their children's children" arn notorious spoilers. Months of patient training and obedience can be demolished by n two.hour visit to grandpa's. It can get so, Susie dreads her mother's coming, because she knows when mother is gone she faces a complete over.haul on her children. But grandparents have a great deal to give children -- a sense of the past, a history and tradition of the family, and even of the city and town in which they live. They can in effect bestow a relationship with a mature adult who loves them nnd is yet not primarily an authority image. (7) Ground Rules: In-laws can be imposed upon too, and if they are not prudent, some will find themselves placed in a role of nightly baby-sitters or handy finance companies. Remember even as you grow older in your marriage, you still have re. sponsibilities to each other as a couple and to your role in work life and community life. It might be a good idea to define clearly for the young couple just when you are available to help them (emergency situations, aside of course), nnd what kind of notice you will need. It's better to talk some of these things out than to grow resentful. One of the most profound aspeets of parental love is its sacrificial character -- the fact thlt your children will never totally reciprocate to you personally for all the things you have bestowed upon them. It is n law of life that they take the wonderful things they have received from you nnd give them to their own children and so on from generation to generation. Finally, the parents who let go of their children are the ones most likely to get them back, that is, the parents who realize their child is now an adulL The parents who are willing to treat them as equals, as people with wisdom, experience and a sense of responsibility, are most likely to :be visited, appreciated and loved on a new publicity and wish to thank you level by their married children, in return. Poland and Czecboslovakia, a moral lapse on the part of a for this'particular picture. however, have been sending in cabinet member who tried to reports and this gladdens some lie bis way out of his difficul- the Washington State Patrol can LUM people s hearts. 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