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PAGE, 8 ~ CATI-IOUC JANUARY 13, 1991 Interfaith Hour for Peace O'Donnell, pastor, will be Rev. Lawson Temple B'nai Israel; Rev. Sam Teague, Anderson, St. Luke's Episcopal; Imam Lakewood Methodist; Rev. Judy Turner, to be held Sunday at Johnny Hasan, Masjid Arneen Zakariya; First Christian Church; and Rev. Robert Rev.JeromeJorgenson, Shepherd of the Wdlingham, Mr. Pleasant Baptist. Immaculate Conception ~s Lutheran; Rabbi Eugene Levy, Carol Blow ofLitfle Rock and Deborah ......~,..~ Halter of the parish will provide music. North/Jttle Rock- Immaculate /~ ,,~~f~"f~ A reception will follow in the parish con- Conception parish here will hold j:/ , "%..'/ / "_ " -. [ ter The public is invited an Interfaith Hour for Peace on ,if / .~. ~~--'~- " " Sunday, Jan. 13, beginning at / , .~."ff~ "'" 1 30 PM ' A] Endeavors for peace Joining Msgr. John ~. ~ ~ ........... r cannot be separated U.S. bishops call for Day of Prayer for Peace Sunday, Jan. 13 Wat~hlngton, DC - Archbishop Daniel Pilarczytq president of the NCX~/USC~, called on the Catholic community to "come together in fervent prayer for peace with soon be restored to their prayer for from the quest ~m~es." peace, and ap- anl~ld f or justice Since Aug,, st' Pilarczyk a com-for a just society, noted, the Bishops Conference mon commit- ment to hun- ger and thirst for justice,' to be 'peacemak- ers' (Matt. 5~) in these uncertain and dan- gerous days." Pilarczyk asked that Catholics "pray to- John Paul II has written national leaders and testified before Congress con- demning Iraq's aggression, their support for strong and peaceful pressures to halt and reverse it, their deep concerns about the moral dangers and human cost of war in justice" on Sunday, Jan. 13, the Feast of the gether that a just and peaceful solution will the Gulf and their consistent call for the Baptism of the ,I .rd. be pursued and found; that the peoples of U.S. to continue the determined pursuit of Pilarcz~said ltismyhope that Catholics the region nmy be relieved of the terrible diplornatic, polificaland economic pressures will set aside any political or policy differ- threat of war and that members of all the to secure justice and maintain peace in the ences we might have to unite in a powerful armed forces now an-ayed in the region may Gulf region. The KI [ :: New Look- Hat I By Betsy McNeil | Next week in Arkansas Catholic I n u~mm ~mmw Cll b Dz g S oare - THA YOU, /Ii/ ,,,,Kavanaugh 663-4118 //Ilmmr J II /I / ..S on J/ II II ...... 11 / (eeo,td / II Charter a Bust II , /I / / / / II ondidonedcoaches. II Attena the v _euy at 6 on . . . . Houston Bigelow Bus Lines - . .dP /I / " / In Arrow Coach Lines II 2721 Kavanaugh r 663-6002 or toll free LittleRock /I/( Rhea D ug C o.'~l II. II 663-1196 /I / / 2801 K,, ugamv< Litfle Rock] / II " .......... II 663-4131 ~" Free Delrvery Sr. Phyllis Enderlin, OSB, Youth DIo rector at Holy Souls parish in Little Rock, has been named Director of Youth Ministry for the Diocese of Little Rock. She will be responsible for the CYO, SEARCH, Campus Ministry, Scouts and ArkansaS_ _ Leadership Team. S f i hr r ePHtai ln hHgeJd t gti JeW e P:nl C e ecot nh fc B fr abanr :O Mary Ann Marconi Hodges of Mem phl$. The Marconls were mameo DeC 28, 1940, at St Joseph's ,oLiur Industrial Fasteners and Supplies 500 North Olive St., North Little Rock, AR 72114 372-7127 or AIR Watts 1-800-482-9023 Brenda Kent Terry Kent Lauraetta Edgar Gall Clayton Raymond Clayton LAMPS LAMP,SHADES 5608 R Street Little Rock, AR 72207 501/666-2628 \ Pete" Zakrzewski REPAIRS Fran Yaniger