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)O ohn Ezkhart Essays in Understanding "NATURE AND GRACE," by Karl Rahner, S.J., Sheed & Ward, 149 pp., $3.50. HEN Father Karl Rah- neT writes, it is usually well to head,his word. His pre- eminence as a contemporary theologian becomes more ob- vious and less challenged with every printed work. Father Rahner does not write one word, it would seem ob- vious, without giving the word his complete and exhaustive thought. What is sometimes believed to be a "newness," and auda. city on the part of Rahner, is nothing more than his very capable talent of enunciating eternal truths in the modern idiom, applying the dictates of the Church to the over- whelming compxitLes of the modern world. This collection of essays, aptly subtitled, "Dilemmas in the Modern Church," is a typi- cal example of the Rahner in- tellect at work. In this work he investigates a few subjects that we would do well to con- sider, if we value our friend- ship with God. One problem under consider- ation are the pitfalls inherent in the individual Catholic "fol- lowing his conscience." An- other excellent section investi- gates the "sin-mystique," and as a corallary, a critical swipe at authors (unnamed by Rah- ner) such as Graham Greene and J. F. Powers. The book goes on to consi. dcr the problem of the sac- ramental position of the laity, which is not an untouehed subject these days, and ends with the problem of nature and grace. It is not necessary to agree with every nuance and conclu- sion of Rahner to appreciate him as a profound, sincere writer. His honesty is self evident by the fact he will even take a gentle swipe at Hugo, his bro- ther. By JOHN J. ECKHART "THE WORD OF GOD," by Msgr. R o m a n o Guardini, H e n r y Regnery Company, 113 pp., $3.25. F THERE are "universal" men left writing in the ,Church, certainly this author must be counted among their number. His knowledge is vast, his interests catholic, and his writ- ing talent unimpaired hy the years. In this newest book by Monsignor Guardini, we are brought up sharp against the awesome and unimaginable glory of the face of God. The book itself accomplishes this by an intense look at Faith, Hope, Charity, and "the yearning of creation." Even with the growing tide of publications in Catholic the- ology, philosophy, liturgy, and yes, laity, we are rarely made to realize with such impact, the truth of the Incarnation and Redemption. Guardini is not wordy, but in reading a book such as this we sense the power of a writer caught up in the magnificent poetry that accompanies a close and appreciative contem- plation of God, who told Moses, I am who I am. "HOW THE REFORMATION CAME," by Rev. Daniel J. O'Hanlon, S.J., Herder and Her- der, 115 p., $2.05 ATHER O'Hanlon loins the ! growing group of writers that make certain the Catholic fully u n d e r st a n d s that his church is in great part respon- sible for the Reformation. How well I remember those wonderful undergraduate after- noons, complete with beer and friendly disputations that led the college student diretly into the defensive posture of justi- fying Torquemada and Pope Alexander VI. Nothing was ever resolved, but it sharpened the wit and the thirst. Feature Films On Television Bellingham KING-TV (NBC) Channel 5 KVS-TV Channel 12 KIRO-TV (CBS) Channel 7 Tacoma Seattle KTNT-TV (CBS) Otannel 11 KOMO-TV (ABC) Channe 4 K2VW-'I-',' Channel 13 MOTION PICTURE CLASSIFICATION BY NATIONAL LEGION OF DECENCY: A-I--Morally Unobjectionable for General Patrciaage; A-II--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults and Adolescents; A-III--Morally Unobjcctionable for Adults: ' ( A-IV--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults. with reservations; r/ B--Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C--Condemned; NR--No Rating Available. (Note: The ratings listed below were those given the original movies. Most films beore being shown on tele- vision are edited to onotto to the television code and to the individxal station's time schedule. For this reason, objectionable parts contained in the original plot may be aetetsd in the television verston and thus the original Legion rating may not be entirely correct.) I) IO $:00 p.m.--KOMO-TV--The deckle Robinson Story ...................... A-I 4:00 p.m.KIRO-TV--Not of Thls Earth ................................ A-II S:30 p.m.--KTVW-TVSlng Your Way Home ............................ A-I 8:30 p.m.KVOS-TV--Calne Mutiny ..................................... A-I 8:30 p,m.KTVW.TV--Strange Oargoln .................................. A-II 9:00 p.m.--KING-TV--The Rains of Ranchlpur .......................... A-If 10:00 p.m.--KTNT-TV--Moss Rose ........................................ A-If 11:00 p.m.KVOS-TV--Scandal Sheet ..................................... A.II 11:30 p.m.--KIRO-TVNew York Confidential .............................. a 11:03 p.m.--KING-TVThe Hucksters .................................... A-II 11:15 p.m.--KOMO-TV--Goadbye My Lady ................................ Aq 12:30 a.m.KVOS.TV--The Ex.Mrs. Bradtord ...... . ..................... A-II SUNDAY, AUGUST 9  I 2:00p'm'-KIRO'TV-Reap the wild windthe Hidden ............................... NRA'I 2:30 p.m.--KVOS-TV--Eyes of the Jungle .' .............................. NR 4:30 p.m.--KTNT-TV--Bomba and City ...................... / 7:00 p.m.KTNT-TV--Whsn YoeT In Love ............................ A-If 11:00 p.m.--KVOS-TV--Magnlflcent &mbersons ........................... A.II 11:00 p.m.--KING-TV--Mexlcon Hayrlde .................................. A-II 11:15 p.m.KOMO-TVAngefs In the Outfield ............................. A-I 11:30 p.m.--KIRO.TV--We Are All Murderers ............................ A.II MONDAY, AUGUST 10 9:00 a.m.--KOMO-TV--Olvlded Heart .................................... A-I 5:30 p.m.KVOS-TV--The Lone Gun ..................................... A.I 7:30 p.m.KING-TV--House of Numbers .................................. B 11:00 p.m.--KVOS-TV--The Last 10 Days of Hitler ........................ NR 11:15 p.m.--KIRO-TV--The Nlght Has A Thousand Eyes ................ A-II 11:30 p.m.--KOMO-TV--Above Us the Waves ............................ A-I TUESDAY, AUGUST 11 )  ,00a.m.--KOMO-TV--lnfllscretions of on Amerlcan WIt, .............. A-,I 3:30 p.m.--KINO.TV--Wyomlng Renegades .............................. A-I $:30 p,nl.--KVO$-TV--Mexlcan Hayrlde ................................. A.ll 11:00 p.m.--KVO$-TV--Those Endearlng Young Charms ................. A-H 11:15 p.m.KIRO-TVWells Fargo ....................................... A-I 11:30 p,m.--KOMO-TV--YelIow Sky ......................................... O WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12 9:00 a.m.--KOMO-TV--Slmon and Laura ................................. ;.B :00 p,m.--KTNT-TV--Buck Privates Come Home ....................... A-I S:30 p.m.--KING-TV--Forbldden AHInnce ................................ NR 5:30 p.m.--KVOS-TV--StaHIon Rood ...................................... A.II 7:00 p,m,--KIRO-TV--SkJrts Ahoy ........................................ A-I 10:00 p.m.--KTNT-TV--CoJypso Heat Wove .................................. 5 11:00 p.m.--KVOS-TVThe Barefoot Contessa .............................. B 11:15 p.m.--KIRO-TV--Souls At Sea ..................................... A-II 11:30 p.m.--KOMO.TV--Made For Each Other ........................... A.II ))  THURSDAY, AUGUST 13 9:00 a.m.--KOMO-TV--SIg Jack ......................................... A-If 2:00 p.m.--KTNT.TV--Calypso Heat Wave ................................. u 3:30 p.m.--KING.TV--Forbldden Alliance ................................ NR $:30 p.m.--KVOS.TV--Slaughter Troll .................................... A-I 7:00 p.m.--KTNT-TV--The Naked City ................................... A-II 11:00 p.m.--KVOS-TV--The Man I Love .................................... B 11:15 p.m.--KIRO-TV--No Time For Love ................................ A-II 11"30 p.m.--KOMO.TV--Gorltta At Large ................................... O 1:00 a.m.--KVOS-TV--Vlve Against the House ............................. e 10:00 p.m.--KTNT-TV--Halfway. House .................................... NR FRIDAY, AUGUST 14 9:00 a.m.--KOMO-TV--Lure of the Swamp .............................. A.II 3:00 g.m.--KTVW-TV--Arablan Nights .................................. ;.B 5:30 p.m.--KVOS.TV--Crazy Legs Hirsch ................................ A-I 7:00 Two .......................................... A-I 11: p,m,--KVOS-TV--'Tt{ the End of T me ............................. A.II i)  p.m.--KI RO-TV--Code 11:13 p.m.--KIRO-TV--The Heiress ....................................... AI! 11:30 p.m.--KOMO-TV--The Man Who Never Was ........................ A-J  This Review Is Sponsored by Ir m"00ll Ch00,oh Goods, I=. 1  Religious goods for the home, church O school. P" ]B A pleasant shopping atmosphere with a sited k V J variety of religious gifts. [] JL607 Union St., Seattle I MUtual 2-3929 i I wonder what the fiery young undergraduate now dis- putes with the equally frantic student out of the faith. The Catholic must now, because well conceived essays such as this make it clear, sit back and humbly admit to everything, whisper mea culpa, and march out praising the sincerity of Martin Luther. If you believe I miss the point of this book, it is not so. It makes its historic-philoso- phical point. While it is an intellectual opinion, it is founded in historical objectiv- ity, it is well written, it is a good book. Perhaps age has dulled my vision, but I can't remember being any the poor- er when we were the good guys and they were the bad guys. But seriously dear reader, if you want further assurance that history and the Church must shoulder the good part of the blame for the shredding of Christendom, Father O'Hanlon has provided such excellent as- surance. Children Learn Charity By MOST REVEREND FULTON J. SHEEN A PHOTOGRAPHof a starving child holding a bowl as he begged for food appeared in the July-August issue of MISSION. This copy of MISSION fell into the hands of a little girl whose mother wrote as follows: "Page 26 of your July-Augnst MISSION magazine had quite an effect on our Peggy, wbo is seven years old. She picked up the magazine after she had prepared for bed. I came into her room to say goodnight, and she said: 'Mother, look at that!' "Most evenings I have a hard time ettinu Peggy to finish her dinner and I usually end up saying: 'How some poor children would love to have your meal!' Peggy's usual com- ment is: 'I'll bet!' But I think that she now realizes that there are many hungry children throughout the world. She was so deeply im- pressed by all this that I promised a contri- bution to The Society for the Propagation of the Faith from Peggy and me. Your MISSION magazine is most appealing and I only wish I could contribute more, but you can count on hearing from us as often as possible." This is one of several instances of children being deeply touched by the poverty and hun- ger of other children in the world. Not long ago, we spoke of a nine-year-old girl who wore braces because of. a back affliction, but she sent $1.30 for children who suffer more than she be- cause of hunger. Perhaps we should address our pleas to children. They have souls that are receptive to God's grace. Did not our Lord say it was only such who would enter the King- dom of Heaven? They also are more readily moved to action on hearing of grave need. We therefore address this God Love You col- umn to all the children of the world -- to those who wear braces and to those who do not -- in the fond hope that they may fulfill for their elders the words of Scripture: "A little child shall lead them." How many children are there who will answer this appeal and inspire their parents to be mindful of the hungry of the world? GOD LOVE YOU to R.R.P. for $5 "For God's poor." . .. to M.S. for $10 "I am sixteen and this is some of the money I earned model- ing. I promise to send the Missions something out of every pay check, for we all owe some- thing to people who have so little, whether it be money or prayers." . . . to Mr. and Mrs. E.B. for $5 "In thanksgiving for selling my first news story.".., to Mrs. S.A.W. for $15 "I won this on fishing trip with my good husband -- he was the loser and I won for the Missions." . . . to M.C. for $20 "In thanksgiving for recov- ering something I thought was lost." Send us your old gold and jewelry -- the bracelet or ring you no longer wear, last year's gold eyeglass frames, the cuff links you never liked anyway. We will resell them and use the money to aid the Missions. Your semi- precious stones will be winning precious souls for Christ. Our address: The Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 366 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10001. Cut out this oolumn, pin your sacrifices to It and mail it to Most Ray. Fulton J. Sheen, National Director of the Society for the Propa- gation of the Faith, 306 - 5th Ave., New York, N.Y. 10001, or your Archdiocesan Director, Rev. Stephen Szeman, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 88104, U. S. Stiffens Action at Tonkin Calendar SUNDAY, AUGUST 9, (Continued From Page 1) Anti-aircraft fire by the to anything previously accom- TWELFTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST, MASS: Deus, in that U. S. forces were conduct- enemy reportedly shot down plished in outer space. ing an air strike on PT instal- two U. S. planes and damaged No doubt this will be the adjutorium -- O God, incline lations on the coast of North two others, beginning of similar efforts (Green). GI., Cr., Pref. of Trim to photograph and study Mass for Parish. Vietnam. Moon Closeup other areas of the moon in MONDAY, AUGUST 10, ST. "Repeated acts of violence addition to the Sea of Clouds. LAWRENCE, DEACON, MAR- against the armed forces of A much clearer image was What makes this success TYR, MASS: Confessio--Praise the United States must be obtained of the moon last Fri- met not only with alert de- day, when Ranger 7 made ira- particularly significant is that and beauty (Red). GI., Com. tense, but with positive re- pact on target loaded with it ended six years of failure Pref. and frustration in the U.S. TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, ply," he said. cameras which snapped more 1 u n a r exploration program COMMEMORATION OF SS. Before going on the air, than 4,000 good pictures as the during which time 12 moon TIBURTIUS AND SUSANNA, the President contacted Repfib- capsule was coming in. shots had failed. MASSas on Sun. (Green). No lican presidential nominee They ranged from photos Moscow has been unusually GI., 2nd Pc. of SS. Tibertius Barry Goldwater for a state- taken 1,000 miles out to the quiet, and Susanna, no Cr., Com. ment regarding the message last shot taken 1,000 feet be- Pref. Or MASS: Salus autem-- he was about to deliver to the fore impact. I gi The salvation (Red). GI. people. The spectacular success Le on Of WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, Said Goldwater: marking this newest exploit "I am sure that every in space has again enhanced I ST. CLARE, VIRGIN, MASS: Dilexisti--I have loved (White). American will subscribe to the prestige of the U. S. be- Decency GL the action outlined by the yond anything that has taken THURSDAY, A U G U S T 13, President. It is the only thing place in a Long while .............. First-Run Movies COMMEMORATION OF SS. he can do under the circum- The profusion of photograph- Showing In Seattle HIPPOLYTUS AND CASSIAN, stances. We cannot allow the ic documents will furnish sci- MARTYRS, MASS as on Sun. American flag to be shot at entists much data for future A-2--633 Squadron No GI., 2nd Pr. of SS. Hippo- anywhere on earth if we are advance into space and pro- A-4--The Night of the Iguana. lytus and Cassian, no Cr., Com. to retain our respect and vide positive conclusions to prestige." what heretofore were only hy- B--Looking For Love. Pref. Or MASS: Saulus autem --The salvation (Red). GI. President Johnson also stated potheses. Other Movies FRIDAY, iIUGUST 14, VIG- that the U. S. would 'immedi- It has been said that the ately and urgently" bring the flawless flight was the great- Currently Showing IL OF THE ASSUMPTION OF North Vietnamese aggression est single advance in lunar A-I--It's A Mad Mad Mad THE B.V.M., MASS: Vultum tuum--Thy countenance (Vie- before the UN Security Coun- knowledge since Galileo. Be Mad World, Unearthly Stran- let). No GI., 2nd Pc. of St. cil and that he would,submit to that as it may, this will go ger, Three Lives of Thomasina, Eusebius. Abstinence. Congress a proposed resolution, down as a historic feat equal Tarzan's Three Challenges, The "making it clear that our gay- Incredible Mr. Limpet, How the SATURDAY, AUGUST 1. AS- ernment is united in its deter- West Was Won, Master of the SUMPTION OF THE BLESSED ruination to take all necessary ' World. VIRGIN MARY, MASS: Sig- num magnum -- A great sign measures in support of free- A-2--Last Man On Earth, The (White). GI., Cr., Pref. of indmsoutheastand in Asia."defense of peace SATUaOAY, AUGUST s Birds, Dark Purpose, Miracle B.V.M. Mass for Parish. Holy- 7:1S p.m., The Sacred Heart Program Worker, Birdman Of Alcatraz, All this was accomplished KTVW.TV, Channel 13. day of Obligation. reports of U. S. bombings of Part three of a discussion "How TO Chalk Garden, Man Who Shot the North Vietnam coast re- Keep Your Mental Health," will be Liberty Valance, The Terror, g,-=-=-,-;f;,-;;;;;:;.-#::::-:::,',,':: broadcast today with Rev. William M. Mutiny On the Bounty. PRAYER TO ST. 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GLASSWARE * KITCHEN EgUIPMENT a CHINAWARE KITCHEN UTENSILS SILVERWARE a PURNITURE Sheer Mefa/K/fchen Equipment of All Kinds Dohrmann Hotel Supply Co. SPOKANE SEATTLE TACOMA PORTLAND Friday, August 7, 1964 THE PROGRESS--5 I Found Boy, 17, Under Girl's Bed By John J. Kane, Ph.D. Profesoor of Soaloloqy, Uelverslty of Notre Dame One untorgettable morning I ound a 17.year.old boy under my 14.year.old daughter's bed. He had climbed in through the window when 1 would not let her out. She had been seeing this boy [or some time but we always insisted that she be kome by nine o'clock. Her father objected to er seeing boys at all. 1 hays nailed all the windows shut, but I still think I hear them open. We torbade him to see her, but eventually had to give in. I find it di/[icult to look at my daughter or talk to her now. This is truly a pathetic letter, and I don't know whether to feel sorrier for you and your husband, or for your daughter. All three of you seem sorely con- fused and your behavior in nailing down windows and still hearing them open betrays an emotional disturbance that may indicate the need for medical help. This is not an immediate problem. It has been developed over many years. It reveals some serious defects in your child rearing. Are you so afraid that your H-year-old daughter will dis- obey you that you must go to the length of nailing down win- dows? If this is the case, and it eertaialy seems to be so, please seek some professional help with the problem. It is already beyond you. Obedience may be a nasty word in our overly permissive society, but nasty or not, it is pecessary. Children must be taught to obey their parents. But they need not be taught by repressive measures. Reward is better than punishment. Yet I detect a singular amount of repressive measures in dealing with your child. First, why does your husband refuse to let your daughter see boys at all? By 14 years of age the normal girl usually begins to betray an interest in the opposite sex. This is not to be discour- aged. IT IS TO BE CONTROLLED. Family, church and school should all make possible the mingling of boys and girls at super- vised affairs. This does not mean going steady. It does not even have to be a date, in the sense that a boy and girl go out together. Group dating or get-togethers at home, church or school where boys and girls meet are quite acceptable. To forbid a perfectly harmless association of this type merely leads to trouble as you have discovered. It places the girl in a position where she longs for an occa- sional meeting with a boy. If desperate enough, she takes up with almost any boy under almost any circumstances. O require a 14-year-old girl to be home by 8:30 or 9 every time sbe goes out seems overly strict. It is impossible to set definite hour when children shofild be in. This depends on where they are going and what they are doing. A party for young teen- agers will not be over at 8:30 or 9. But neither should it be going on till midnight. The hour will depend in part, but not completely, on community custom. It is not so much the hour that a child comes home that is important. It is the time elapsing between when they leave a motion picture, a party, or a visit to another home when they return. Reasonable travel time is enough unless they stop off for a snack. In other words, it is essential to eliminate the time that could be spent in a parked ear. Children should have received adequate sex instruction long before the age of 14. Adequate sex instruction involves more than psychological and physiological matters. It should be very con- cerned with moral aspects. But it should be extended to how to get along with the opposite sex. This is particularly true in the case of girls. OUR daughter's problem may also be of a medical nature. Some girls at 14 are very well developed, and give the im- pression of being much older. Some are quite precocious and at 14 are behaving the way most girls do not behave until their late teens or early 20's. Mothers of such children may find it advisable to discuss the matter with their family physicians. The saddest line in your letter is that you eventually gave in and allowed your daughter to continue seeing this boy. In effect, your child is a tyrant who controls you and your husband almost completely. Apparently, this boy may have been an occa- sion of sin for her. If so, do you intend to allow your daughter to be placed in occasions of sin? She is too young to marry and yet this relationship has reached stage where marriage would be seriously considered by both. Encourage your daughter to see many other boys. Have parties at your home. Persuade her to join church groups of young people. Help her to gain some sense of security in boy. girl relations. Just now she sadly lacks it. There are some fathers who bitterly resent their daughters going out with boys. They refuse to let them grow up. They refuse to allow room for a normal type of boy-girl association to occur. Try to convince your husband that his daughter has reached the stage of being interested in boys. This "Daddy's little girl" com- plex is acceptable only in sticky, maudlin songs, not in real life. You, yourself, must grow up a bit, too. You may you find it difficult to look at your daughter or talk to her. Why? Cer- tainly as a mature, married woman, you can take an adult view of sex. Your daughter made a serious mistake but it is best over- looked. Instead of failing to look at her and talk with her, it is imperative you do both. First, look at her carefully with regard to her boy friends, her girl friends, her activities. Talk to her about sex, about boy- girl relationships. She needs you now even more than she did before. If she let you down, don't do the same to her. Finally take a firm stand. Get rld of this teen-age tyranny within your home. De it kindly, not repressively but by all means do it. I'm afraid you have shirked some of your parental respon- sibility to date. You realize this and have guilty feelings over it. Forget them. Try, insofar as possible, to overcome whatever mistakes you did make in child rearing and overlook the mistake your daughter made. At Prudential Mutual your savings earn 4O7o per annum, compounded and paid quarter. ly. And remember . . . savings deposited at Prudential Mutual by the 10th of the month will earn interest from the 1st. Prudential Mutual Savings Bank ",41 ti Jri'*dly  0] Thlrd and Spring" Pbe ,VIA 2.$200 Free parking. Free postage both ways on mail deposits Mmal" e. D LI