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PAGE 4 ARKANSAS f.ATH(XIC JANUARY 13, 1991 By Judy Hoelzeman St. Anne parish in North Little Rock will serve a catered dinner to all ad.ult parishioners who have served the parish in any way with their gifts of time and talent on Saturday, Jan. 19, at 6 PM in the parish hall. Parishioners should call 753-3977 to make reservations. Catholic youth from Southeastern Arkansas met recently at St. Mark in day of prayer and activi- ties based on the theme "Let There Be Peace on Earth." Organized by Sr. Teresa Daly, De, the ac- tivities were designed to deepen the group's desire for peace and emphasize the need to pray for peace. The day included ..... Izanner-making and pre- sentations on Gandhi and Monticello for a Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The Mass emphasized reconciliation and the LIO" R: Sandra Crook, Amanda Crook, Veronica need forforgivenes~ The Monrreal, Erin McFalIs at 'Southeastern Arkansas young people also partici- youth day. pared in a game in wtfich four groups representing four different countries had to negotiate, write and sign a treaty whereby they could live in peace with one another. The day ended with more games and a lasagna supper. One-third of the seventhgrade class of St-Joseph School in Conway recently qualified for nomination to the Talent Identification Pr~ram (TIP) conducted by Duke University. The students rank at or above the 97th percentile on verlz~d, mathematical or overall standard- ized tests. The seven student~, may continue participation in TIP by taking either the ! Scholastic Aptitude or the American College Test (ACT). St.Jude parish in Clinton recently held its annual Christmas potluck in the Louise Bake will parish hall. Rev. Lawrence Maus, former pastor, attended the Mass and potluck. 32 enjoyed singing Christmas carols accom~nied by guitarists Sue Bradley and Dr.Jose Abiscid Santa Claus (Chuck Lance) presented to the children fruit and candy gifts prepared by tht Altar Society. Toys and food were collected for a needy family. Four congregations in Camden, including St. Louis parish, sponsor an ecumenical, foot ball-season gathering for junior and senior high school students called "Fifth Quarter." Tht other sponsoring churches are St. Mark Methodist, First United Methodist and First Pro byterian. The group's parties provide a place to go after the home foot~ll games and afteJq~ some of the out-of-town games. The churches alternate hosting, providing refreshmen~ V and chaperones. The four churches sponsor additional teen ecumenical activities dufin~ 111~ the school year. * * * * ~erv St. Mary parish in Helena recently won first place in the religious float division of thqvlt- Helena-West Helena Christmas parade. Parishioners of all ages enjoyed constructing thtUrli floaL A party was held after the parade to take down the float and celebrate the victory.. ragt St. Mary;s, Helena, first-place winning float. Structural and Miscellaneous Steel Fabrication el II 1023 Rushing Circle Little Rock, AR 72205 Our Lady of the Holy Souls parish in Little Rock has formed an Athletic Spirit mittee to work with all involved in parish and ~hool sports activities. The designed evaluation forms for coaches, parents and athletes to help promote a sports program, courteous play, and to build character. The committee also workshop for coaches presented by Phil Balest of Immaculate Conception in North Rock. Balest, an education director with the North Little Rock Boys' Clubs spoke "Christianity in Volunteer Coaching." The group also p'lans to provide a structure address l u'ental concerns about their children's participation in parish and school spo#] Jeanie Brasher is president of the committee. Immaculate Conception parish in Fort Smith offers the following schedule of Masses f0 special groups within the Fort Smith Catholic community. First Sunday: Charisrnn0 Community;, Second Sunda)z Hispanic Community;, Third Sunday Laotian Communi Fourth Sunday: Youth of Immaculate Conception parish. All special liturgies are held the 11:30 AM Sunday Mass and all are welcome to participate. Bros. Supply Co., Inc. rickets are on sale now for the 5th Annual Shrimp & Oyster Supper on Sat., Jan. 12, from 5 PM - 8 PM in the Allen Ctr. Cafetorium at Our Lady of the Holy Souls Church, LR. Tick- ets are $10 for your choice of tried oyster plate, boiled shrimp combo plate. 2all O.B.Claud 663-1264 or zhurch office at 663-8632 for llckets and additional infor- nation. 1501 'Little Food Service Equipment and Supplies for SCHOOLS o RESTAURANTS o CLUBS o HOTELS HOSPITALS AND INSTITUTIONS Statewide Sales and Service Westpark #2 1-800-632-4548 664-5233 Rock, AR 72204 P O Box 1299, 7220.'. AMERICAN MEDICAL RENTALS 1200 Barrow Road Little Rock, AR RENTALS & SALES Vincent Wren