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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 28 November 1903

w TnB IIlTERI10UNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC NOVEMBER 28 l5 I t IOUNTANnR 1IN AlDOl OFFICE 249 MAIN TELEPHONE 567 I INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC MAY be found on day of publication at following news stands fOlowing Second talt Lake News Co i East South street strfet L E Hammel 19 East Second South Etr < pt Barrow Bros 43 W Second South HJSALTLAK I I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD I The opening of the new studio at All HJOAS college Monday night was the onasion for one of the nost delightful I in ual gatherings held in the city in naiij months A programme of the clones musical selections was ren o red in the studio which has been fitted up as an ideal music room for t liege and in which the musical tait of All Hallow is to be fostered I Mirge March Pedersen Ptofossor McClellan Professor Peder I I l11 1 and Arrhur Pedersen 1 Inch Loc Story I Miss Sigrid Pedersen I Viohn solola Arthur Pedersen J Mlistrel Boy Charles Kent Professor Arthur Pedersen Triu IFirst and second violins and I I Arthur 1 piano...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 5 December 1903

t + 0 TO ADVERTISERS 1 I PIONEER CATflOLIC Largest t circulation I The Colorado i tion of any Catholic I Catholic oldestI olic newspaper r I > M journal of ihe in intermonnlain e U I Rocky mountains hasu Sure re = I I I is the property suits of Intermountain a s r OtgO lCVA04 6gL0 A0p wYoMp lt o Catholic I 4 eoooeoooemooopeso se00eoee0eoeeoe0000600ep0oC00oo0000oDe000e0000o00000000000 eoooaooeooehoseooaoaeoavoeooooaoooooooaooooo000000 y 0 00ooo0boooo0000 t r h CooE 9 r a BI tarftodand OOeee0NleseOeO eoece000 onnt L ooocaooaooovwoeowaaoeooeeoooooeoooooooovooooo0000000000000 OOOOoOOrfoOJoCC y Volume No 10 Fifth Year SALT LAKE CITY AND + 5 ANDDENVER DECEMBER + 5 > 1903 < Colorado Catholic Twentieth Year Tii CUI Of i 1 JOY 99 CA 18RlAN 1 1 t His Influence With His Favorite Audience the j i British obA Liar of the Ananias Type The Honorable Joseph Chamberlain of Bir mingham England has boon in a I state of eruption for some time but in the last few weeks his out put of Avordshas ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 5 December 1903

IT Ti r I 3 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADdCAThOLIC DECEMBER 5 + 1903 = = I TI 6 I 1 non = L atholic uerses u aa d Assssve s rttqJj I i c San Francisco Monitor OJ Whydo you delay the cup to the laity Bisho p M Why do you deprive the people of half thb lords I Supper Sp Why dont Catholics give the Communion as it was hjhop given in the Apostolic times clrge of How can your church change a divinely appointed IL I sacrament L A lj > Ia Does not Jesus command us saying Drink ye all L Uu rf of it Matt xxvi i7 t 1 rt cent 1 The Catholic church leaches that the reception t ihuicj 1 la ist of communion under the orm of wind is not neces 1 uiLt1 says sary for she has I ever believed that as much is I J 11 I e 111 t nt Hi contained under either species as under both for ney col Christ Tvholc and entire exists under the species b L A i t l k line of breed and under each divided particle of that t Iimsticj species and whole I under its separated parts i it < n or f L I all CaOlj Trent Se...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 5 December 1903

r THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADOCATHOLIC IIDCORAD9 Ti19LIc DECEMBER 5 1903 3 I I > j Fi This is the rL If Cbur lInjv rsalEi which the r world faith our BUSINESS SIDE OF THE VATICAN 111 it October number The Bookkeeper the usiJJe fans Magazine giver leading place to an jlltrr tnig and informing article on The Business p1rtnnent of the Vatican The writer Mr I Odrgr Barton has evidently been at pains to pa tin r his data from authoritative sources and his p i IM I nil treatment t of the subject is such as will not i utio and hold tin interest of the men of f 111 who road The Bookkeeper but of the read ii 1 luiMio in Rencvnl Says the writer I I The business department of the VatiCll1h l vlii h trim ooinprehfnded the immense yet deli 1 S iv 1 > inurmil machinery of the Roman Catholic I llnr ll is piobably the least known and yet the j 71 t interesting bit of mechanism connected with 1 1bl i nolablp organization than which Lord Ttfaeau l drdaioj none was more worthy of serious ex rI...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 5 December 1903

i I i THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADd6GAT9iOLIG DECEMBER 5 1903 3 = This is the FT t r C 7nlV 1H l overcometh victory which the Churc tiflVCPSdI I 5 r ± IJ 1 s U i1J U worldour faith BUSINESS SIDE OF THE VATICAN h 1 its October number The Bookkeeper the j Ruijies Mans Magazine giver leading place to an jJlr ting and informing article on The Business jXparfinent of the Vatican The writer Mr I gf rpc Barton has evidently been at pains to pi tin r his data from authoritative sources and his p u ill I tiefltment of the subject is such as will not c 1 j nmip and hold the interest of the men of inhn j read The Bookkeeper but of the read j IuMie t in general Rays the writer I Ti i business department of the Vatican by deli I I internal hiuery Catholic e 1 11 11 machinery of the Unman rl 1 i probably the least known and yet the j r M int < rowing bit of mechanism connected with I r i ili ii t mutable organization than which Lord Macau 3 + rlared none was more worthy of serious ex I auh ma...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 5 December 1903

t p f TUB INTERMgOnJLNlN l ANUCOLORADO i CATklQUC DECEMBER 5 1903 n P 6j TIlE INTRMOUNT CATliOllC Established 1899 yIU THE COLORADO CATHOLIC CI Established 1884 op H Consolidated October 2 1899 e J I Published Every Saturday by The Intermountaln 1 1 Catholic Publishing Company 249 Main Street Salt Lake City Utah Telephone 567 i 200 A 1 YEAR IN ADVANCE > J j REMITTANCES I Remittances should be made by postoffice or ex 1 L press money orders drafts or registered letters J CJ r rTLjnru JuiJ VXfo > rM > < V V > r > 1 kL l CHANGING ADDRESSES I Subscribers removing from one place to another C t and desiring papers changed should always give for I mer as well as present address 1 l r I J 1 CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to THE J JNTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contributions 1 of interest to their respective parishes I J Entered in the Postoffice at Salt Lake as Second t 4 class Matter J J OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT 1 1 Editor Intermountain Cathol...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 5 December 1903

I I i i r j H INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 5 1903 > < c S 1 Our Bop and dirts Edit d by Aunt Busy WHAT A BOY CAN DO These are Bottle of the things that a boy can do He can shout so loud the air turns blue He can make all the sounds of the beast and bird And a thousand more they never heard He can crow or cackle chirp or cluck Till he fools the rooster hen or duck He can mock the dog or lamb or cow And the cat herself cant beat his meow I He has sounds that are ruffled striped or plain He can thunder br like a railroad train Stop at the stationsa bceath and then Apply the steam and be off again He has all of his powers in such command He can turn rigHt into a full brass band With all of the instruments ever played And march away as a street parade You can tell that a > oz is very ill K hes wide awake and is keeping still But earth would be God bless their rfoise A dull old place if there were no boys Nixon Waterman j 5 AUNT BUSY HAS HER SAY Dear Pieces and Ne...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 5 December 1903

i t I 0 INTERMOUINTA1NAND 1 COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 5 1903 1 j > 6 = DIOf f Of fNYfR DIOf CITY OF DENVER Bishop Matz on Socialistic Hatred Special Correspondence C1 Sunday of this week ushered in the ioly season of Advent and the day i < > hop M vas observed in all the Catholic hurches of the city with unusual sol 4 1 I imnity Sermons apropos of the gos I pel of the day were preached by the Lsoi Jity pastors and at the Logan avenue fl hapel Bishop Matz gave a lengthy ad t 11 Iress the text on topics suggested by 1 n J Lit Ii Quiet in the extreme has been the t ut > ast week in religious circles Through un 1 ut the diocese here has been little of J hit important going on and the subject w I < tJ uppermost in the minds of both clergy t Il tad laity is the preparation for the He east of Christmas The religious sig 17 lon nificance qC the day is never lost sight S J < if in the active preparations for maK k J ing It a day of giftgiving and receiv til ing and special...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 5 December 1903

r I ii = THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 1903 7 S Ie I Olomans woEi4 J Be Kind Be kind lo those who hold you dear Forgive forget whilst they are near The careless word that may have stirred The storm of pride that will not clear Let not misunderstanding run From mornings dawn till set of sun It is not weak the words to speak That mean for you a victry won I Oh right these things while yet you may Lest there should come to you a day When friendbereft alone is left 0 A sad remorse to gloom your way Unlock your love your pride forsake S Remember some poor heart may ache For just what you this hour can do The bonds of silence co4 to break I Sister Amadeus O S F J i Tfcfc cany to Bed and Early to Rise Girl Marion Martineau in Chicago Tribune Early to bed and early to rice makes a man healthy and wealthy and wise The early to bed plan embraces a great deal beside going to bed It means a full line of physi cal culture exercises at night and a bath which is known as the bea...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 5 December 1903

t I L t W i 1 y 8 A THE INTERHOUNTAIN INURMOllNTAIN IHOU DIO E OFFICE 249 MAIN TELEPHONE 567 I INTSRMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC MAY CI I be found on day of publication at following news stands Salt Lake News Co 71 East Second Ma hop South street L E Hammel 49 East Second South street 1 Barrow Bros 43 W Second South fi 11 I SAt LAKE I t 1 J S CATHEDRAL NOTES r E > Ht Sunday Dec 12 will be Communion c on Sunday for the members of theChildren J of Mary Sodality The regular meet S Ing will be held at St Marys academy I t in the afternoon at 3 oclock tt + 4l i l The promoters of the Sacred Heart Mt J league held their usual monthly meet I f 1 ing last Sunday The members of the It league went to Holy Communion in a body on the Friday L + t Mrs Mary Judge with her usual gen t 1 wi erosity has donated 100 to the St An I j J thonys guild t + I The pedlars of religcus articles have J ir 1 departed not this life but from the r 1 city for which all should sing a Te 11 > 1 Deum + 11 J h The ladles o...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 12 December 1903

r 1F J TO ADVERTISERS I n C f PIONEER CATHOLIC I Largest circula The Colorado 1 tion of any Cath Catholic t oldest olic newspaper r journal of the t in intermountain Rocky mountains Q is the prrperty basin Sure re = I of Intermountain safe ° p xc jVAQq ro wee wro ar s ° I + G rrn Catholic M tv MartF i c I t 0000000 eaoeeoeeeooeoeeeoeeaooaoooooeeoooeaoeeoeeooeeaeaoooaooooo0 eeooeoeo ooooomoeoaooaooooo00000ooooouooeeeooeoeeesese D m e i ° A A K 4 0 11 t i 0P oeoeseeeee r Ii < I t Ior bodantd un i Yoooeoesaeosoae eoooooaaeeaoeooeoooooooooacooooaeaooooooaooooo00000 > r oooooaooao ooeoeoooaooooo0oooooeooeooaooooaoo 2 L j Volume 5 No n Fifth Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER DECEMBER 12 1903 Colorado Catholic Twentieth Year i UNITED STATES OF COLUMBIA i I Its Early History The Country Is Rich in Minerals Schools and N Colleges Written for The Intermountain Catholic 1 The United States of Colombia which recently I lost a great part of its territory is one of the most advanced of the Sou...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 12 December 1903

I 0 I p J J l Tt lI I 2 THE INTERMOUNTAIN COLORADO CATHOLICrDECEyiBER 12 1903 J t y iii I nonc atbOlit Queries and nswers Cherelo Cl I would give worlds to believe but cannot Will iC Ma God condemn me for something I cannot help God who is infinitely just will condemn only those who knowingly and deliberately commit griev I I S ous sin and die unrepentant f 1 If as you say you cannot at present believe I I t assure you that this condition of mind is only tem t I porary Your duty is plain 1 Do not expect to be able to grasp everything l ii in Christianity for Gods revelation cannot be j adequately known to any human intellect Do not A 1 look for mathematical evidence for the truths of l1e faith but study carefully the Christian evidences with a view to obtaining a good working certainty 1 that excludes all doubting Do not be dismayed by t difficulties remembering as Cardinal Newman well t said that ten thousand difficulties do not make one doubt Do not rationalize asking with gico j ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 12 December 1903

r I THE INTERriOUNTAlN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 12 1903 3 J This is the el lL hurtfJ ilniversal overcometh victory world our which the I faith d + CHURCH CALENDAR Saturday Dec 20ur Lady of Guadalupe Sunday Dec 13St Lucy V M Afiiday Dec < 14St Nicholas and Comp MM ucsday J Dec 1St Florence Ab relnsdnr Dec IrSt Fusebius B M Jhursday Dec 1iSt Olympias W Inlay 1 Dec Expectation of B V M Saturday Dec 19St Nemcsion and Comp LM NEARING HOME I By Mary Dolorosa I The evening clouds are drifting to the West I AI hue sails drift softly oer the radiant sea MI lulled to peace with thoughts of coming rest Ihar Lord my soul is drifting nearer thee Th storm is over and the night is past All fear hath fled beneath thy guiding hand i 11y I spirit breathes refreshed the fragrant winds flown from the green shores of the fatherland Tlj I night of life was long the tempest wild Bore down in fury oer my fragile bark 11y I faint heart grieved O Savior meek and mild And wept that I had lost thee in...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 12 December 1903

i ia I i I 4 I i 4 THE INTERMOUNTAINAND CATHOLIC DECEMBER 12 1903 TIlE INURMOUNTAiN CATIIOUC I DIO Established 1899 I LiU CE THE COLORADO CATHOLIC I j bop Ma Established 1884 I > Consolidated October 2 1899 i 1 n i Published Every Saturday by The Intermountain I Catholic Publishing Company 249 Main Street Salt I Lake City Utah Telephone 507 200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE l lie REMITTANCES i 1 Remittances should be made by postoffice or cx I J press money orders drafts or registered letters L t CHANGING ADDRESSES j l Subscriber removing from one place to another I and desiring papers changed should always give for t mer us veil as present address I J i g t CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED t The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to THE J It 1 A INTBRMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contributions 1 of interest to their respective parishes L l t AV F Entered in the Postoffice at Salt Lake as Second 1 r t class Matter I I r t OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT I 111 I 111 t tl Editor Intermountain Catholic My Dear Sir tt...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 12 December 1903

i i r I i THE INTERflOUNTAIN AND j COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 12 1903 5 Our B vs and irs Edited by Aunt Busy 1 BOYS WANTED 1 Boys of spirit boys of will Boys of muscle brain and power 1 Fit to cope with anything 0 These are wanted every hour Not the weak and whining drones I 0 Who all troubles magnify Not the watchword of I cant But the nobler one Ill try o 0 Do whatecr you have to do With a true and earnest zeal t 0 Dens your sinews to the task d I Put your shoulder to the wheel I Though your duty may be lad L Look not oh it as an ill l If it bo an honest task Do it with an honest will I S I Jn the workshop on the farm At the desk whereer you be 0 0 From your future efforts boys 0 Conies a nations destiny Young Catholic Messenger AUNT BUSY HAS HER SAY Dear Nieces and Xophews Aunt Busy is anx iously waiting to hear reports from the children in regard to their club work 0 Christmas is very near and Aunt Busy wants the dear young people to bring cheer to many hearts during the beautif...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 12 December 1903

1 i I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER > 12 1903 B I N5OfENERO f DIO CITY OF DENVER I A Resident Pastor at Greeley I Special Correspondence CIJ Rev Andrew B Casey who has just been called to the pastorate of the op Na church at Greeley was in Denver for a few hours on Saturday He takes a most optimistic view of the prospects I for the future of the church at Greeley 1 and is delighted with his promotion Father Casey took charge of the I 1 church two weeks ago but his pas I 1 torate was formally Initiated on Sun L day last when an eight days mission I J was opened Father William ORyan f 1 of St Leos church Denver conducted I the exercises The morning devotions I have been held in the little church and in the evening the lectures by Father 10 ORyan have been given in the Greeley t opera house Every evening has seen I the opera house packed to its doors t with nonCatholics as well as Catholics 1 This is the first time in Its history 1 t J that the church at Greeley h...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 12 December 1903

V j r itIE IN 11rKI1UUN1 AtN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER j 12 1903 7 f CUomans CUorld 1 t i THE CHRISTMAS SHOPPER I Marion Martineau in Chicago Tribune i Christmas joy nuv bo in the heart thee days but there arc tired lines around the eyes The woman who goes out in the morning to get rid of her money comes back with a sct of crows feet which add to her years and make her feel older than she looks Tsuallv there is a headache also This condition can be called brain fagj and the headache is shoppers headache It comes from looking steadily at objects above the level of the y < s and by straining them to see things at varying focus It is also the result of the many colors which the eye must assimilate and of looking at the waving articles which hang suspended over the head These conditions will tax the endurance of the optic nerve and give one a sharp nervous headache The circles which appear under the eyes may also conic from menial strain for it is certainly trying to make 1 do t...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 12 December 1903

j 1 i 1 it 8 THE INTERHOUNTAIN COLORADO CATHOLIC DECEMBER 12 1903 = 6 J 1 INIfRMOUNIAIN UHOlf OFFICE 249 MAIN I TELEPHONE 567 p A t I I DIOI I 1NTSRMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC rAY I VJ be found on day of publication at following news stands Salt Lake News Co 71 East Second I CIT South street L E Hainmel 49 East Second South nap Mat street Barrow Bros 43 W Second South I ISAt lAKE I S A 1 CATHEDRAL NOTES i < J f Mrs R H Channing and Miss Cos l gIll were the ladies who attended to 11 the altars last Saturday and the lloral 5 t decoration was exceedingly pretty L t Tuesday being the feast of the Im maculate Conception masses were cel t J ebrated at 730 and at 9 oclock Rev I Father Bulfamente preached a brief L i but excellent sermon on the feast day n + 1 I All Fridays during Advent are fast days of obligation i + I g l I The members of the St Marys Altar L 1 i 1 society held their usual monthly meet I 1 ing last Monday 4 t H 1 The next meeting of St Anthonys 1 Guild will be held on Tuesday D...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 19 December 1903

r I 1 JO ADVERTISERS + PIONEER CATBOUC I J Largest circula ° ° r The Colorado 1 Catholic oldest I Hon of any Catholic > r journal of the olic newspaper > J j Rocky mountains I in intermountain t t I I f Q is the I I q e property i basin Sure re I I f j of Intermountain sulk A + KOs > dtv Da GOLD ADC HYOU rt 1 Catholic i 0 I r j I iii seeeeeoooeobeoe e000coese00eeeeeoee0eeeoeoo00eeoe6eoo0ooeooooo0000oooooaoo 0000o0000eooe0oooeo9eo0D00eCeeoeeeu00eC0eep0 ° e d Icfl f of iC oit yr eeoeoooeoeeeeoeaeoooooooooeoeooooo00000o = 1 ooooooeooooaooaoooeoaooooo00000oooooaoooo ooooooodeco o r ° poooeaoeaoooosweoooeooe M w 1 Volume 5 No 12 Fifth Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER DECEMBER 19 + 1903 Colorado Catholic Twentieth Year 4 I I TUf CnURC IN fRANC a AND TU i BRIAND Bill The Terms of the Napoleonic Concordat v and the New Relations of the Republic with the Church Ofnnuel DC lie c ira in the Catholic World France is once more making frantic efforts to root out of the country that religio...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 19 December 1903

J z THE INTERMOUNTA A 1 = P 1 I i1o n s = a1hok OUtfits and JfnSWtfS Cbtrt CITY San Francisco Monitor Has not your Church in striving to maintain an op Mat j Impossible uniformity of belief ever been the enemy i of natural science c c i How do you reconcile the teachings of the Church I N i i with the teaching of modern science 1 l I The Catholic church is not nor can she be the 111 0 I enemy of science The truths of natural science 1 cannot contradict the truths of revelation for the L l 1 same God is the author of both Any apparent j 1 conflict therefore bol veen science and religion I J arises from the fact that theologians have put forth their own views for the doctrine of the Church or lie scientists have either been ignorant of the Churchs L 01 teaching or put forth unproved hypotheses for un l < doubted truths On this subject the Vatican Council X < t Faith and Reason cil says Seas III cb iv on tl c t But although faith is above reason there can never l 1 be any real di...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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