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The uard00an A onso Madeddu, a iSCy p:iestitai:s (00Ffic]00] 00ublication of the 00iocese oF Cillle q-00ock ultstrate when he t ed to reveal in- h arian given to him la tie the confessional, kg the information was Lh dential and given to because of his priestly nl Stry. JaY ndei Father Frantisek VOL. LXXI, NO. 4 Rabbi To Get k. ha, a leading slvak dissident A d "LdY serving an 18- h prison sentence for war ut involvement in the stine printing of Little Rock -- Dr. Elijah E. JANUARY 22, 1982 Artist's Drawing of Proposed St. Jude the Apostle Church, Facilities Blitz elected to post. Page 8 programs. Page 7 Davis; Father Timothy Donneiley, O.S.B.; Father David Flusche, O.S.B.; Father Harold Heiman, O.S.B.; Father Jerome Kodell, O.S.B.; Father Leo Koesler, O.S.B.; Father Eugene Luke, O.S.B.; Father Gregory Pilcher, O.S.B.; Father Frowin Schoeck, O.S.B., and Father Andrew Wewer, O.S.B. The couple on National Marriage Encounter representing Region 6 are.Gus and Anne Buss. The couple and priest on the Little Rock The Most Reverend Bishop announces the following clerical appointments: Father Thomas J. Donahue, admin- istrator pro tem, Holy Redeemer Parish, El Dorado. Father William E. Kane, sick leave, in get help. Page 8 Rabbi Elijah Palnick Diocesan Board of Marriage Encounter are Clyde and Sally Johnston and Father Vogelpohl. Team members representing Subiaco i residence Cathed- supervisor at St. Michael ral. i Rev. Royce Thomas Chancellor i Dies in Texarkana Hospital Texarkana -- Sister Mary sacristan at St. Michael Matthias O'Brien, C.C.V.I., of Convent Chapel. St. Michael Hospital, died Sister Matthias is survived Sunday, Jan. 10, following a by two sisters in County Cork, brief illness. Ireland, and several nieces The Rosary was recited in and nephews, including Sister the Sisters' Convent Chapelat Mary Thaddeus Quinlan, 7 P.M. Jan. 11. The Funeral C.C.V.I., of St. Edward Mass was celebrated at Hospital, Cameron, Texas. Sacred Heart Church at 11 i A.M. Jan. 12 with Father Stephen Byrne, hospital Pro Life Debate chaplaia, and Father Steven Thomas, pastor, officiating. Slated Monday Burial was in Calvary Cemetery under the direction Fayetteville -- A Pro Life- of East Funeral Home. Pro Choice open forum, Sister Matthias was the "Perspectives on Abortion," daughter of Patrick and Mary will be held Monday, Jan. 25, O'Brien, born in County Cork, at 7 P.M. at the Union Ireland, Nov. 18, 1902. She Theater. entered tbe Congregation of Speakers for the Pro-Life Sisters of Charity of the In- Vigil for Life will be Dr. Stan carnate Word in 1929 and was Bradley, M.D.; Dr. Leon professed in 1933. Holmes, Ph.D., political Sister Matthias was a science instructor at Duke registered nurse, a graduate University; Robert Dockery, of St. Mary Hospital School of minister of Baldwin Church of Nursing, Port Arthur, Texas. Christ, and Ann Peralta, She spent most of her University of Arkansas religious life as a nursing graduate student. Speakers for the Pro-Choice Hospital here. Sister Matthias Action League are a student, was also a member of the a faculty member and two Catholic Daughters of St. community members. There Edward parish and, at the will be no admission charge. time of her death, was Inside e urged. Page 6 need continu- Page 2 Aristides Camio and Theology degree. Affiliated threefor family, 161. president; Alicia Minden Gourion of the with Temple B'Nai Israel The 1,964 figure was down Classen, assistant president; Foreign Mission since 1963, he previously were indicted by served congregations in seven from the 1,971 in 1980, Francis Ryan, secretary; but way over the 434 in 1963. Helen Tompkins, treasurer, authorities on Alabama and Florida. lrges of inciting An involved religious and Currently, there are 519 and Daniel Burton, mem- and attempted civic leader, Rabbi Palnick Abbey Retreat League bershipdirector. along with 13 has been associated with members, down 97 from 1980, ::::::::::::::::::::::::: -Official i Announcement who had staked numerous organizations with 355 of them paying dues. els of land including the Health and Father Herbert Vogelpohl, cultivated as We'lfare Council, the O.S.B., was Retreat Director. in the northern American Jewish Historical Assisting as Retreatmasters ;ofPara. Society, the Little Rock were Abbot Raphael DeSalvo, Committee on Foreign O.S.B. ; Abbot Hilary Relations and the Citizen's Dreaper, O.S.B.; Father Committee on Human Affairs. Hugh Assenmacher, O.S.B.; See Rabbi on Pg. 4 Brother David Bellinghausen, O.S.B.; Father 'Richard Ous literature, is tobe Palnick, Rabbi and Spiritual sal again on charges of Leader of Congregation elaging state interests B'Nai Israel, will receive th t Apostle Parish Planning Palafl, his sister, Maria NCCJ's National St Jude ce[tlake,aid. Humanitarian Award, it was enll announced by Joseph H. " Complex 00a,e00,MO.,0000a00*maooft00e February Bulld,ng Dr,ve for cl] e made "strong Board of Directors of the esentations" to the Arkansas Council on !ernalan government Brotherhood of the National nd Bethlemite Sister Conference of Christians and ia Victoria de la Race, Jews. Jacksonville -- St. Jude's expected to begin in March, fees. He explained: "When for maintenance of our acted Jan. 6 from her The presentation will be Catholic Church here will with completion set for these costs are added, our parish. tent at Esquipulas, madeatthe 19thannualNCCJ initiate a three-fold con- Christmas. total financial investment "The method we will em- teraala by a dozen Brotherhood Citation Dinner struetion program costing Theland, which was bought could most likely edge past play to raise funds to reach ed men who also scheduled Thursday, May 13, $585,000 tobuilda new church, for $27,500 in November, 1978, the $685,000 mark." our minimum goal of $120,000 iothandled other nuns at the Convention Center in educational-recreational is now being cleared in The pastor of St. Jude's said has been used in many ,,het fire to the building. Little Rock. A reception will complex and rectory to be preparation for ground- .the parish is debt-free. "We Catholic parishes throughout begin at 6:30 P.M. and dinner financed in part by a fund- breaking ceremonies to be have $200,000 on hand which the state and the nation. It ;] and Mexican servedat7:30, raising drive to raise a held in mid-February, with we will use as start-up provides a high degree of 2 are searching Serving as chairman for the minimum of $120,000 as im- His Excellency Bishop An- money," he said. "This sum financial success at alowcost Trinitarian Father 1982 Dinner will be James H. mediate goal, it was an- drew J. McDonald, D.D., of represents contributions and accomplishes its purpose of Corpus Atkins, president of Atkins nounced by Father John W. Little Rock presiding, received from parish without undue high pressure "] zsti, Texas, who Insurance Corporation. Kordsmeier, pastor. Father Kordsmeier, in societies, revenue gained and with a minimum of Jan. 8, the Atkins, a native Arkansan, The buildings will be announcing the building from social events, offertory inconvenience." saying they had no has long been a leader in erected on a five-and-one- program, pointed out that the savings, gifts from in- He said the campaign will of foul play but business and civic affairs in half-acre plot on McArthur $585,000 estimate for cost of dividuals and assistance from be conducted on a pledge priest may have Little Rock and in the state. Drive in the northwest section construction did not include Catholic groups at the Air basis, with volunteers from the Rio Grande He has received national of the city north of Lessel the necessary additional Base. the parish contacting their fellow parishioners in their lr while taking pic- recognition for his leadership Estate Addition, near the expenditures for site "We have hopes of ob- in areas of advertising, in- main gate of Little Rock Air development, landscaping, raining a $150,000 loan from homes to solicit their con- tributions. These con- 'sl surance sales and March of Force Base. Construction is furnishings and architectural the Diocese of Little Rock ate tributions may be pledged Vincent Damuah is Dimes Campaigns. relatively low rate of interest f the seven soldiers "Rabbi Palnick's selection d 181 and another for $250,000 from over a period of 36 months and Vl civilians named to was based on his outstanding 1 964 Atten the Knights of Columhus, both paid on a monthly installment la Lna, s Provisional contributions both to his !  to be redeemed over a 10- to basis, rather than be given in t one lump sum. Defense Council community andtheStateof obioco Retreots 15-yearperiod. We plan to sell rule the country Arkansas consistent with the S our present property and hold The campaign is now in the  the recent coup of ideals of NCCJ, for his efforts the receipts of the sale in preliminary stage of being Kord- Lieutenant Jerry toward the enrichment of the smeier, members of the who ousted quality of life for all people, Subiaco -- A total of 1,964 Marriage Encounter are reserve to meet con- organized with Father Hilla Limann and to the advancement of persons took part in retreats Father Davis, Father tingencies. Parish Council and others 1 and accused his 'The Brotherhood of Man at the Coury House at New Heiman, Father Kodell, "In considering the assisting in discussions on lnistration of Under the Fatherhood of Subiaco Abbey during 1981 in Brother David, Sister Benita magnitude of our financial appointment of officers. 107 private and 60 scheduled Wewers, O.S.B., Roger and undertaking, one can ap- At an orientation, training God,'" Bates said. RabbiPalnick is married to programs. Kim Baldwin, Raymond and preciate why we urge our and assignment meeting 'ln W. Kordsmeier, the former Irene Melton. Broken down, there were Maribeth Berryman, Gene parishioners to commit scheduled Tuesday, Feb. 2, at of St. Jude the They are parents of two five retreatsforwomen, with and RuthBruick, the Busses, themselves to pledges 7:30 P.M., volunteers will aStie Church, children, Lazar and Rachelle. 136attending; six for couples Dr. Robert and Jenny Glenn, requiring real self-denial, a meet to kick off the cam- will be the Rabbi Palnick holds a B.A. (including Marriage En- the Johnstons, Ran andMary giving of self for Jesus paign, with parish solicitation of the weekly and an M.A. in Hebrew counters), 168; 10 mixed, 373; Lensing, Tom and Marilyn Christ's cause. These gifts to start on Visitation Sunday, Mass for Shut-Ins Letters from Hebrew Union 10 parish, 252; 47 private Mathias, Tom and Sharon should be separate and ex- Feb. 7. Report meetings will Jan. 24, at 7 College-Jewish Institute of (laity), 47; 60 private Pohlemeier, Bill and Louise clusive of what they give in 2 on Station KTHV, Theology where he received (Religious and Priests), 60; Ralston and Bill and Nancy their regular Sunday offering See St. Jude on Pg.3 Unelll. his rabbinic ordination. He six for Religious and Priests, Stell. Matthias 0 Brien Sister M also holds a Doctor of 126; 12 for other traditions, Abbey Retreat League 334; eight for youth, 107, and officers are George Giusti,