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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, June 2, 982--Page 9
Pope prays for
Christian unity
in Scotland

GLASGOW, Scotland (AP)- From a
hillside in Scotland, Pope John Paul II
preached a sermon yesterday of peace
and reconciliation, asking the
Protestants and Roman Catholics of
this ancient land to make a "pilgrimage
together hand in hand."
In the shimmering heat of a Scottish
afternoon, more than 250,000 people at
Glasgow's Bellahouston Park gave the
pontiff the warmest welcome yet on his
six-day British visit. They sang, held up
signs, waved yellow papal flags and
repeatedly interrupted his homily with
rhythmic chants of "John Paul, John
Paul."
THE PONTIFF, who has been
preaching and meeting religious
leaders for five days, is the first pope to
visit Britain, which broke with the
Vatican in 1534.
In this predominantly Presbyterian
land where Protestants and Catholics
have died for their faiths under Scottish
and British monarchs, John Paul con-
cluded his sermon with a plea to "that
larger community of believers in Christ
who share with my Catholic brothers
and sisters the privilege of being Scots,
sons and daughters alike of this ancient
nation."
Outside the rally, about 150 militant
Protestant followers of the Rev. Ian
Paisley waved bibles and shouted "An-
ti-Christ!" as the pope arrived by

helicopter. Unlike a demonstration a
day earlier in Edinburgh, where
Paisley's supporters hurled debris and
abuse at the papal motorcade, yester-
day's demonstration produced no scuf-
fles and no arrests.
The pontiff's plea for Christian
reconciliation followed a similar
message delivered to the head of
Scotland's Presbyterian church, the Rt.
Rev. John McIntyre, and other
Protestant leaders at a morning
meeting in Edinburgh, the Scottish
capital.
"OUR WILL for unity can be a sign of
hope to a divided world-not least in
these days in which peace is so sorely
imperiled," the pope said.
The pope has made Christian unity a
major theme of his British tour, star-
ting with his visit last Saturday to Can-
terbury Cathedral, seat of the Church of
England.
In his Glasgow homily, the pontiff,
wearing white vestments and a gold-
trimmed mitre, recalled the per-
secution of Scottish Roman Catholics
during the Reformation.
"You are heirs to the sacred
heritage," he told the throng in
Scotland's most Catholic city. "Be loyal
to the memory of those valiant forerun-
ners in the faith. Be diligent in handing
on intact the spiritual heritage commit-
ted to you."

Blaze of glory
The lights of nearby Windsor pale against the glow of the Dodge fountain in
Detroit's Hart Plaza.

Iron worker
strike
m ay de lay
'U hospital.
construction
(Continued from Page 1,
picketing at the hospital yesterday,
Bremer said she had heard that other
building sites around the state were
picketed.
Scheduled for completion in 1985, the
$285 million Replacement Hospital
Project presently is the largest con-
struction project in the state. Work
began last October and has progressed
smoothly up to this poirnt, despite some
concerns over funding.
Both Bremer and James Brinkerhoff,
University vice president and chief
financial officer, were uncertain how
long the strike would last. Bremer said
that the University would look at other
ways to continue construction of the
project, although at present no specific
alternatives have been examined.
"It is a management problem we will
have to look at," she said.

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