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6--THE PROGRESS , Frida 7, Aucj. 16, 1963 Pope Paul Stresses Importance Of Parent-Teacher Cooperation VATICAN CITY, Aug. 13 (Radio NC) -- His Holiness Pope Paul VI said in a letter to Cath- olic teachers meeting in London t h a t parent-teacher cooperation "has come to be of vital importance in the world of today." The Pope said that the dis- cussion of the 250 teachers meeting at the fifth triennial congress of the World Union of Catholic Teachers wilt be guided by the Church's teach- ing on the "prior natural right of the family in the education of children and the Church's rights in the field of education." The letter, dated July 27, was addressed to Bishop George A. Beck, A.A., of Sal- ford, chairman of the Cath- olie Education Council of England and Wales. The Con- gress opened August 13. "We have been informed," the Pope wrote, "that the World Union of Catholic Teach- ers is shortly to hold its fifth congress in London, and We would request you, Venerable Brother, to convey to the as- sembled delegates the expres. sion of Our paternal greetings and encouragement. "The congress is to consider the theme: 'Cooperation be- tween Catholic teachers a n d parents with a view to educa- tional planning.' "This is a subject which has come to be of vital importance in the world of today, because of the growing extent of educa- tional planning. Its discussion, therefore, is particularly time- ly, and We feel confident that very fruitful and far-reaching results will follow fro m its study by representatives of the Pope Paul VI World Union of Catholic Teachers, W i t h their compe- tence, experience a n d well known fidelity to the Church. "In their discussion of this important subject, the delegates to the congress will be guided by the Church's teaching, as set out clearly in the encyclicals and pro- nouncements of Our vener- ated predecessors, regarding the prior natural right of the family in the education of children a n d the Chureh's rights in the field of edu- cation. "We fervently beseech the Holy Spirit to enlighten and direct the deliberations of the congress and make them pro- ductive of copious spiritual fruits, in pledge of which We cordially impart to you, Ven- erable Brother, and to all those taking part in the meet- ings in London, Our special apostolic blessing." Catholic U. Charter Member Am. Universities The Catholic University of America is the only Catholic institution which is a charter member of the Association of American Universities. Located in Washington, D.C., it is coeducational and offers undergraduate work in the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Engineering and Architecture and the School of Nursing. Survey Of Effects Of Parochial Education Is Now In Progress CHICAGO, Aug. 13 (N.C.) -- Two major universities have begun an 18-month nationwide survey to measure how parochial s c h o o 1 education affects the lives of Catholic adults. The study, launched August 1, is being made by the Na- tional Opinion Research Cen- ter of the University of Chicago in cooperation with the University of Notre Dame. Reginald A. Neuwien will serve as director of a nation- wide study of Catholic element- ary and secondary education underway at Notre Dame. Rev. Andrew M. Greeley, a Chicago socialogist who is a member of the research cen- ter staff, is directing the study. It is being financed by a $136,000 grant from the Car- negie Corporation. The University of Chicago said the study is designed primarily to compare Cath- olics who attended public schools with Catholics who at- tended parochial schools. State Aims It is attempting to learn, said the university, what dif- ferences exist between the two groups with respect to relig- ious practices, occupational achievement, attitudes toward work and education, attitudes and opinions on representative non-religious public issues and integration or lack of integra- tion into the larger commun- ity. Plans are to interview about 2,000 Catholic families and 500 non-Catholic f a m i 1 i e s. The latter will be included, said Back +o School Graduate work is carried on in the graduate School of Arts Pretty Underfhings and Sciences (21 departments) the university, to the National Catholic School measure of Social Service, the School whether the differences be- CORSELETTES ROBES of Philosophy, the School of tween the two groups of Cath- GIRDLES PAJAMAS Nursing, the School of Engi- olics are greater or lesser neering and Architecture (five than differences between Cath- BRASSIERES SLIPS departments), the School of Sa- olics and those of other faiths.: of Canon Law. Summer session +rest Catholics who have is conducted on campus and sent their ehildren to public at four branches, schools with those whose children a t t e n d parochial schools. This is intended to determine the meaning of CORSET:A IN :DN:::E i :E: slERYT E IvtE 2 0311 parochialthe universitySChISsaid.t parents, Father Greeley, who has 4552 UNIVERSITY WAY N.E. written and spoken widely on the Church and contemporary society, said the survey will test the assumption that there is "a special moral and value MargaretVersteeg flavor" in parochial education of the which gives its graduates "the Terry Avenue aeouey Solon proper orientation to life." The University of Chicago EWRYBODY $,4 VE$ AT BACK TO SCHOOL HEADQUARTERS FOR CLOTHING Complete Selection of BLUE SKIRTS WHITE BLOUSES CORDS and SWEATERS Also Feafuring CLASSMATE BUSKENS and PEDWIN SHOES Everybody's Dept. Store II & M SHOPPING CENTER COMPTON'S Helps Make Sudens Ou of Pupils[ Written to read- Pictures that Teach- Exclusive Fact -- Index  Current -- Comprehensive and Consistent -- Up to the Minute in Revision! Help insure your child's success all through school. Ask about our teaching units. 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Father Greeley, saying the study is needed, commented that "it has become increase- ingly obvious that the social, economic and educational at- tainments of the American Catholics have undergone up- ward changes in the last gen- eration. Implications Not Clear "It is by no means clear, however, w h a t implications these changes have for Ameri- can society. Key roles in the economic and political life of the nation are being occupied more and more frequently by Catholics who are products of our parochial school system. "It therefore becomes im- perative to learn what sort of orientations are to be expected from our students." YOU CAN SAVE AT KIEFNER'S l JEWELED WATCHES From 10 95 SPEIDEL TWIST-O-FLEX FROM 2.95 Y 512 Broadway E. Terms-Easy Parking EA. 44410 III A lesson worth learnin00 Teacher of Piano "Nationally Known Artist" Paul Pierre McNeely  Edwards shoe qualify is as easy to learn as the alphabet. Just come in and look them over closely . . . 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