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!j)L___ THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 4, 1974 PAGE 3 : Happening Here and There fl ': Around the Diocese irate 5o JACKSONVILLE le Altar and Rosary Society Jude the Apostle Church meet Tuesday, Jan. 8, at P.M. Members are being o. *d ' to invite friends to attend. NORTH LITTLE ROCK E,JdY Kitta, an eighth grader ,raaeulate Heart of Mary ,PrDol, Marche, won )gnition as a finalist among d} entries in an art contest sored by the Mini Catholic H:iSter. .,,tidy also placed first in 7]strations from the Old Wonder... ,., .why so few Catholics assist )u!aily Mass? 00i00anglewood--0000 Center ,iiss & Cantrell /ie miT"- DO-NUT SHOP 664-5353 514 Cantrell Rd. he Greatest Name in Do-Nuts,, ;T'AII'--E JEWELERS, Inc. DIAMONDS GIFTS SILVERVARE Testament made by seventh and eighth graders during the six weeks before Christmas. Other outstanding books were made by Cheryl Pruss, Albert Dayer and Richard Miller. Fifth and sixth graders built an Advent Tower, and third and fourth graders assembled Jesse Tree symbols in book form. Before leaving for the holidays, children of the school presented a program of Christmas plays and songs to a full house of parents and friends. The Home-School Association provided Santa and refreshments. LITTLE ROCK The Third Order Secular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel will meet Sunday, Jan. 13, at 2:15 P.M. in the Carmelite Monastery, 7201 West 32nd On ANA Board Sister Mary Aibertine, R.S.M., above, head of the Department of Surgery at St. Edward Mercy Hospital, Fort Smith, has been ap- pointed to the Board of Directors of the Arkansas Nurses Association She m a graduate of St. Joseph's School of Nursing, Hot Springs, has had extensive training and experience in nursing and is vice president St. Patrick's Planning iH;i[[-C-R;i:Sf- I Renewal for Holy Year SHOPPERS GUIDE| N. Little Rock - St. Patrick's parish will begin a Week of ROY RHEA, Owr Renewal here Sunday, Jan. 13, in preparation for the Holy Year Rhea Drug Co. proclaimed by Pope Paul VI. Father John McShane, S.M., HILLCREST - L,P,, of the Marist Fathers' Atlanta, 2801 Kavanangh 663-4131 Ga., mission, will conduct daily FREE DELIVERY devotions, preach sermons, visit sick and shut-in parishioners, and counsel [UlLLCREST CLEANERS I anybody needing his help. The Very Rev. Joseph N. Doyle, V.F., pastor, extended I KAVANAUGH & ASH I an open invitation to interested I I residents of central Arkansas to I Phone 663-2889 I attend. "This is an ideal way to I I 'lilt tlundlr Shirll" I I begin a New Year," he said. I ! Father McShane will preach at all Masses Jan. 13. He will offer an 8 A.M. Mass for children each day during the DANIS SHOE week, and a "renewal" Mass at 7 P.M. He will preach at all SHOP devotions, and the evening sessions will be followed by Father McShane RAY AND CLARENCE open forums. TROILLET The missioner will devote Week of Renewal will provide "The Best in Shoe Relirinl" considerable time to children "excellent insights into our holy Street. A religious discussion and youth, and will be available faith," he asserted. will be followed by a con- at St. Patrick's rectory for Phone 666-9731 ference, Benediction of the counselling. During the week beginning Blessed Sacrament and a Father Doyle said Sunday; Jan. 20, Father Mc- 2903 Kavanaugh business meeting. Persons of the Western Arkansas parishioners are being urged to Shaneis scheduled to conduct a Member Worthen interested in Carmelite tertiary Operating Room Nurses invite non-Catholic neighbors to Week of Renewal in St. Jude the prayer life may attend. Association. attend the daily devotions. The Apostle parish, Jacksonville. Charge Service NCCL Arranging Training Meetings Washington (Nc)--A seriesof mingham, Ala.; Region VI, Center in Menlo Park, Calif. 15 regional institutes covering April 19-21 at Mercy Center in The institutes on team the topics of coresponsibility, Farmington, Mich.; RegionVII, training will take place at the team training and diagnosis will April 23-25 at St. Francis following locations: Region I, _ e-_ " be conduct ed by the National Retr eat House in Oak brook, June 7-9 at Craigville Inn .,,=_ Council of Catholic Laity Ill.; Region IX, Sept. 23-25 at Conference Center in (NCCL) during 1974, it was Good Counsel Retreat House in Craigville, Mass.; Region XlI,. Waverly, Neb. and Sept. 27-29 at May 14-16 at Palisades Center SERVICE WITH THE 906 MILITARY, BENTON 778-5111 i 77&0000s5 FUR NITUR E r" ''l WH ARD AR E /) S f Shopping Center n-c cE :s," - .Renfon I Ark. for Christian Renewal in Tacoma, 'Wash. The themes of training needs and diagnosis will be studied by Region VIII, May 3-5 at Assisi Heights Christian Community Center in Rochester, Minn. the Cenacle in St. Louis, MR. Region X, Oct. 4-6 at St. Joseph's Retreat House in San Antonio, Tex. and Oct. 8-10 at Holy Cross Retreat House in Mesilla Park, N.M.; Region XI, Oct. 18-20 at Vallombrosa Letters to the Editor announced here. Topics for the travelling in- stitutes were chosen by National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW) and National Council of Catholic Men (NCC- M) leadership during October's laity assembly in New Orleans. In addition to organizations affiliated with the NCCM and NCCW, members of parish councils and diocesan pastoral cotmcils are alsobeing invited to Readers Express Gratitu.e attend. . JEWELRY "This 1974 institute series," said Miss Margaret Mealey, Dear Editor: The Guardian some verses I i [ ' had composed and which I Wh pp B g r WATCHES NCCL'S executive director, O I  - "has been planned as both a During their recent national named "A Day in My Life." Ur  !ANGLEWOOD SHOPPING sign and an instrument for meeting, the bishops of the After aboutamonthofwatching CENTER_ SOUTH SIDE bringing laity, clergy and United States published a for it, I concluded it was not The Family Drive-In Religious into fuller dialogue pastoral letter on the Blessed worthy of publication and 9 A.M. - 10 P.M. MONDAY thru SATURDAY .lll.....Ph0ne 664-2316 with deeper realization of our Virgin. It is an excellent probably had been thrown in Edison at Cox, Benton, Ark. ministerial responsibility document, and the bishops your waste basket. CALL778-9940 "FOR QUICKSERVICE" I deserve a vote of gratitude. The i within the church." pastoral could be a key in- Then in the last issue in st HO ,pplyr------ The institutes on corespon- strument in the renewal of November, it was printed, and Cb i  .... %drug store" sibility will take place at the Marian devotioninthis country, evidently read by many sub-   /e following locations: Region II, Unfortunately, this pastoral scribers. I have received so May 31-June 2 at St. Ignatius was overshadowed at the time many kind letters and beautiful Loyola Retreat House in by other actions of the bishops, cards from readers all over "BUILDING PRODUCTS" Clarence Center, N.Y.; Region and it may continue to be Arkansas--some from Texas II, March 5-7 at Loyola Retreat overlooked or ignored. I hope and Oklahoma. Some did not MILITARY PLAZA CENTER, BENTON House in Morristown, N. J.; Region IV, Marriottsville Spiritual Center in. Howard County, Md., and Nov. 15-17 at Franciscan Center Retreat House in Tampa, Fla.; Region V, Nov. 8-10 at St. Thomas Catholic Life Center in Bir- : Gifts Q Cosmetics | PHONE I._._664-4444 to not, because we need the timely guidance and inspiration the bishops brought to this subject. Rev. Jerome Kodell, O.S.B. New Subiaco Abbey Dear Editor: Several months ago some friends persuaded me to send sign their names or give an address and I would like them to know I appreciate and thank them. I guess this will be too late to wish them a Christmas that's merry. But "Happy New Year" and "God bless" from (Mrs.) Abbie Barry 922 South 20th Street Fort Smith, Ark. 72901 St. Patrick's Church 19th and Maple North L,ttle Rock PARISH RENEWAL AKEL YUMMY DRIVE THRU PiT BARBECUE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 1300 Military Phone 778-6459 ONE WEEK JANUARY 13.JANUARY 19 ,,, Father John McShane, S.M. Yes No Are you missing Mass on Sunday? [] [] Has it been 'sometime' since you have been to confession? 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