Attacking activity-filled church calendars, the Christian Century recently proposed a "patron of church bulletins": the heretic Pelagius (A.D. ca. 360-420), who believed that man could save himself by his own efforts. Last week these busynesses, selected from Manhattan church bulletins, might have provided an ideal calendar for a mythical St. Pelagius' Church:
Sunday 12 noon, United Nations tour 6:15 p.m., Fellowship Supper
Monday 5 p.m., Hand Bell Ringers Rehearsal 8 p.m., Talk on Guatemala, sponsored by Women's Society 8:30 p.m., Piano Concert
Tuesday 11 a.m., Pancake Brunch 7:30 p.m., Woodworking Group
Wednesday 3:30 p.m., Lecture, "The Role of Women in the New India" 7:45 p.m.,...