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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 18, 1974 Conference Reunites 2 Religious from Arkansas Denver, Colo. -- The paths of two native Arkansas women Religious crossed here recently during a mini-chapter of Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters. Sister Mary Frances Bartsch, a native of Subiaco, and Sister Mary Isabel Quinn, a native of Texarkana, met when Victory Nell Sisters from Nevada, Wyoming, Utah and Colorado gathered to nominate general officers and to choose delegates to the General Chapter to be held in Huntington, Ind., in June. Sister Mary Isabel, who entered the Victory Nell community in 1933, is currently stationed in Winnemucca, Nev., where she is engaged in catechetical work in parishes extending over a 75-mile radius from the north central Nevada community. Sister Mary Isabel is the former Frances Quinn, daughter of the late Thomas and Isabella Slevin Quinn of Texarkana. She has worked as a religious educator in parishes in Gary, Ind., Redlands and Tulare, Cal., and San Angelo, Brady, Lubbock and Fort Stockton, Tex. After serving as a diocesan CCD missionary in northern Arizona and northern New Mexico in the Diocese of Gallup, Sister Mary Isabel taught Spanish and English to postulants and novices at Victory Nell Junior College. Sister Mary Frances, who entered Victory Nell in 1943, is currently stationed at Holy Trinity parish in Cheyenne, Wyo., as a coordinator of Spacious and Beautiful. Our Chapel and Family Room is designed for the Rosary Service. STEINWAY PIANOS FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE FINEST GERALD HEAL 3417 W; 12th, Littb Rock 106 Ouacii'a, Hot Springs 319 W. Main, Jacksonville Edward L. Hoyt AGENT AUTO, LIFE, FIRE AND HEALTH IIURANCE Office 753-08:M Home 225-2713 Sister Isabel religious education. During her Religious life she has been in pastoral and catechetical work in New, Mexico, California, Colorado, Wyoming and Texas. Sister Mary Frances is the daughter of the late Louis and Catherine Wegner Bartsch of St. Benedict's parish, Subiaco. She is the sister of Louis and Conrad Bartsch of Little Rock and George and Fred Bartsch of SUbiaco. Another brother, Frank Bartsch, lives in Fort Smith and a sister, Sister Dominic, is a Sister Servent of the Holy Spirit, stationed in Hyattsville, Md. Sister Mary Isabel has two sisters, Mrs. Harvey Howard and Miss Cecilia Quinn, both of Texarkana. Sister Frances Victory Nell. They are Sister Elaine (Helen) Sullivan, for- merly of DeQueen and now in Santa Fe., N.M., and Sister Anna Margaret Altmiller, formerly of Fort Smith and now in San Diego, Cal. Cardinals Elect Dean Vatican City (NC) - Pope Paul VI has confirmed the election of Cardinal Luigi Traglia as dean of the college of cardinals. Cardinal Traglia, who was assistant dean, replaces the late Cardinal Amleto Cicognani, who died Dec. 17. Two other women ReligiQus The Pope also confirmed the from Arkansas are members of election of Cardinal Carlo Confalonieri as new assistant dean. Do You [ Both men were elected by cardinals heading the seven suburbicarian dioceses of IRe mber? Rome. me (Suburbicarian dioceses are the seven ancient dioceses near 50 YEARS AGO Rome for which cardinals are THIS WEEK the titular heads but which are 2'he Gurdla reported: actually governed by other Fort Smith -- Mrs. Reginald Burch, past grand regent of the "local court, with Miss Lillie Mae McBride as assisting monitor, was the installing officer when newly elected officers were inducted for the Joan of Arc Court 482 at a meeting last Tuesday evening in the Knights of Columbus Hall. Installed were: Mrs. Leonard Evans, re- elected as grand regent; Mrs. Louis Barry, vice grand regent; Mrs. John Vaughn, historian; Miss Jessie Dawson, prophetess; Miss Marie Titgen, treasurer ; Miss Helen Brownell, monitor; Miss Margaret Brogan, sentinel; and Mrs. Neville Kelley, organist. bishops:) Cardinal Traglia is a former Chancellor of the Holy Roman Church (an office that has been done away with) and Cardinal Confalonieri is a former prefect of the Congregation for Bishops. Priest Dies Climbing Mountain Osorno, Chile (NC) --Father Ivan Caviedes, a priest of the Rancagua diocese, died here during a blizzard while at- tempting to climb the famous Osorno Volcano. His body was found on the rugged slopes of the volcano Dec. 16, three days after he set out to scale the mountain. Father Caviedes was a seasoned mountain climber and had won an award after clim- bing Mount Aconcagua in 1971 and celebrating Mass at its highest point. Mount Aconcagua is the highest peak in the Western Hemisphere and is located in Chile on the border New Olivetan Benedicti Motherhouse 75% Compl I Jonesboro - Construction of the new Holy Angels Convent is approximately three-quarters ' completed, according to Mother M. Benedicta, O.S.B., superior who said, "beams have been erected for the chapel which is the last major construction to be done." The new convent is being built on rolling terrain seven miles north of Jonesboro off Highway 141. At the highest point of the acreage, the series of inter- connected buildings will form a Benedictine Cross. The lower recreation and guest s other three arms of l will house the sister, areas in the new moff The focal point of will be the chapel wif for approximately 200 = An enclosed area aS chapel will provide c , to the four wings. It as a meditation ar inclement weather i e glass openings ov4h landscaped yards. ||| The west wing of the will bethe entrance with Argentina portion will house public, ad- convent administrati m  ministrative, dining, library, l to the left of the ent Parlors, overnight gu qW Serve All, Pope Tells Parish ta:dthc:aiPitn:fqtart; dining and recreatiti Vatican City (NC) --:The evangelization. The missionary library,classrooms ate| parish must devote itself not drive that derives essentially will connect the west " only to practicing Catholics but from the Universal Church chapel. to everybody within its boun- daries, Pope Paul VI told a group of priests here. That pastoral duty, he told the priests, stems from Christ's command to preach the Gospel to every creature. "Like the Universal Church, so the diocese and the parish are by their nature centers of communicates itself to the diocese and overflows from that into the parish. "From that point of view ttle parish's pastoral effort must be directed not only toward practicing Catholics but must turn with holy industry toward all those who live in the territory." Mother Benedicta [ "Construction sht al completed in the nea e We wisti t6 take this oP e to thank the many i n who have sent memori n our convent and e generosity has made a' the building of t' Motherhouse." AMPLE PARKING HEALE&ROTH FUNERAL DIRECTORS PHONE (501) 664-4433 5800 WEST TWELFTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 72204 xdi ng :tin Irda WORTHEi Bank & Trust Comp'my, N I ," A National Ban c'"al the Paresml00f,(00 Member FDIC and Federal Reserve System : ..... . ....... iU Greater Little Rock Guide [ttle ,, , .,,cop PIKE PLAZA Economy Drug Pike Plaza Shopping Center DAN SARNA, Reg. Pharm. Member St Mary's Parish 2700 Pike Ave. - 374-3785 Frances Flower Shop 1222 W. 6th St. - 372-2203 Little Rock, Ark. We honor your I)iners, American Express and BaiikAmericard. Bumpass CLEE & DYERS "Personalized Work" C.C. 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