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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 22, 1982 Whut'! Happening Here and There Around the Diocese FORT SMITH All girls of Senior High age are invited to attend a casual dance at Subiaco Academy Saturday, Jan. 23, at 7:30 P.M. A bus will leave St. Boniface Church's parking lot at 6 P.M. The dance will end at 10:30 and the bus will return to St. Boniface at 11:45 P.M. LITTLE ROCK Our Lady of Perpetual Help Court No. 1223, Catholic Daughters of the Americas, will meet Sunday, Jan. 24, at 2 P.M. at Our Lady of the Holy Souls Parish Hall, 100 North Tyler Street. The meeting was postponed from last Sunday because of bad weather. Regent Rosemary Kelley will preside. NORTH LITTLE ROCK Leroy Engle, a member of Immaculate Conception parish, has been named Knight of the Month for Knights of Columbus Council No. 6253. The Family of the Month honor went to Recorder Bob Borecky's family. Thomas G. Methias Member of Immaculate Conception SAVERS INSURANCE AGENCY 372-2232 Universal Life Homeowners R. Auto Contract Bonds Commercial Insurance FAYETTEVILLE Donald Althoff, a four-year theology student at the Saint Meinrad School of Theology, is currently pursuing a semester of deacon-pastoral work at St. Thomas Aquinas parish. He is the son of Mrs. Anthony Althoff, 800 Country Club Road, Sherwood, Ark., and is a member of Im- maculate Conception parish in North Little Rock. NORTH LITTLE ROCK James Shratz, a second- year theology student at- tending the Saint Meinrad School of Theology, par- ticipated in the January Inter- Term Program by pursuing an intensive four-week travel course on "The Bible and Roman Architecture" in Rome, Italy. The son of Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Schratz of Route 6, Box 177-B, he is a member of St. Patrick's parish. CROSSETT Sixty-eight per cent of the adult population of Holy Cross parish participated in a Parish Renewal Weekend. It was given by Robert and Margaret Noble, Kathy Mayhew and Father Tom NORTlt LITTLE ROCK Knights of Columbus Council No. 6253 is assisting Birthright by selling tickets to a Feb. 14 performance of "Fiddler on the Roof" at Murray's Dinner Theater. A $15 ticket includes the buffet and the theater performance. For more information, call 664-8220 or 785-2622. FAYETTEV1LLE The Lifeline Pregnancy Service now is furnishing confidential 24-hour service to pregnant women needing advice or help. The Service's telephone number is 443-6529. LITTLE ROCK A total of 85 Knights of Columbus from throughout Arkansas were participants in the Second and Third Degree Exemplification at St. An- drew's Cathedral Parish Hall. The Exemplification was in honor of His Excellency Bishop. Andrew J. McDonald of Little Rock. Vatican Okays Natural Family Planning at the St. Theresa School Library, 6219 Baseline Road, starting Wednesday, Jan. 27, at 7:30 P.M. For registration and more information, call the St. Theresa Rectory (565- 9198) or Don and Nancy Streit (565-0839). Charters, pastor. Purpose of the weekend was to grow in Program one's commitment to belonging to one another as Church and to unify all the Washington (NC) -- The movements within the parish. Vatican Congregation for Catholic Education has ap- LITTLE ROCK proved the third edition of the There will be a class offered U.S. bishops' Program of in the Billings Method of Priestly Formation. A letter from William Cardinal Baum, prefect of the Vatican congregation, reported the decision to Ar- chbishop John R. Roach of St. Paul-Minneapolis, president of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops (NCCB). The Program of Priestly Formation contains the Recent Deaths (Information for this column is prepared from data furnished by the families of the their pastors or funeral directors.) E LIZABETH KEHOE JACOBS, 86, of 4111 South 34th, Fort Smith, died Jan. l l in Fort Smith. Born Jan. MARIE R. ELSKEN, 76, of 14, 1895, in Rich Hill, Mo., 2808 East Walnut, Paris, she was a member of St. Ark., died Jan. 13 in Paris Boniface parish. Surviving of pneumonia. Born Jan. 7, are a daughter, a son, five 1906, she was the daughter grandchildren and two of Sam and Nancy Little great-grandchildren. The and a member of St. Mass of Christian Burial Joseph's parish and its was offered Jan. 13 in St. Mothers' Altar Society. Boniface Church. Burial Surviving are a son and was in Forest Park sister. Father Paul Cemetery. Hoedebeck, O.S.B., offered the Mass of Christian ROSE " CATHERINE Burial Jan. 16 in St. WILLHITE, 51, of 609 East Joseph's Church. Burial Chism Street, Paris, Ark., was in St. Joseph's died Jan. 12 in the North Cemetery. Logan Memorial Hospital suddenly of a heart attack. LENA RUTH KOENIG, 57, of Born May 26, 1930, in 120 South Oak Street, Parls, she was the Harrison, died Dee. 18 at daughter of Irene and the the Boone County Hospital. late Leo Neumeier. A Born Aug. 27, 1924, at bookkeeper for 12 years at Valley Springs, she was Arkansas Charcoal, she the daughter of James was a member of St. Ranson and Essie Flora Joseph's parish, its Altar Knox Phifer. She was a Society and the C.W.R. member of Mater Dei Auxiliary. Surviving, parish and past treasurer besides her mother, are of the parish's Altar and two brothers, three sisters Rosary Societies. Sur- and33 nieces and nephews, viving are her husband, Father Paul Hoedebeck, Alfred; a son, three O.S.B., offered the Funeral brothers and two sisters. Mass Jan. 15 in St. Father Adam A. Micek Joseph's Church. Burial offered the Funeral Mass was in St. Joseph's Cemetery• Rabbi Continued from Pg. 1 Past president of the Southwest Region Association of Reform Rabbis, he was a member of the Executive Board of the Central Con- ference of American Rabbis and is a former vice- chairman of the Pulaski County Office of Economic Opportunity. He is immediate Past-Chairman of the Inter- Faith Denominational Executive Roundtable. A published author, his poetry has been published in Canadian magazines and his articles have been published in the Journals of the American Jewish Archives University of Arkansas at Little Rock. The NCCJ, a civic organization, is in its 54th year of promoting justice, understanding and co- operation through improving human relations consistent with the principles of brotherhood rooted in the concepts of Protestant, Catholic and Jewish heritage and to eliminate inter-group prejudices which distort and disfigure religious, business, social and political relations. Tickets are available through the Dinner Com- mittee vice-chairpersons or by calling the NCCJ office, 372-5129. Subscriptions are national norms which govern and the Central Conference of $800, table of 10; $80, single grottoes. YOur diocesan and religious order American Rabbis. Also ticket. Prty "The Saturday Bank" seminaries in the United published is his research on _ tl,, o PULASKI BANK States. Developed in response Religious Identity. Ex- [ [,.--. . n est to a mandate from the Second tensively trained in Psycho- I :}. -- [ --"e  w ANDTRUSTCOMPANY Vatican Council, which called Therapy, Rabbi Palnick is MAIN OFFICE: Pierce at "R" Street - 661-7700 BRANCH OFFICE: 10901 Rodne, Parham- 661-7890 for periodic revisions of such now actively involved - in I ------/ . _ "- Is .lpp pr°gramsinthelight°fex" past°ralc°unselling'Hehas [( 11 Count  Olher perience and changing cir- taught Bible and Religion at  rJl Ind cumstances' the first U'S" the University °f Alabama [gl  - }dcubl program became effective in and currently for the P.nhh-i  l ac 1971 and the second five years Il |} vv •  • f,5 btad later. "----- .... j--ONTII[M,U.[]  The third program, Baby Baptized [[I d - -- ...... 0NTmMAtt Jig lab W I N E C E L L A R S  prepared by the NCCB On Destroyer I Uorsheim *Rag*Bass jiob..€ Committee on Priestly I s*Hus, Iles--- in:', Formation in collaboration San Francisco (NC) -- OWNERS. 1'he Blend Iloys _ Itribut,, with the Conference of Major Someday, Benjamin Douglas [ t  Superiors of Men, was ap- Callaghan Sinon will have an proved by the U.S. bishops at unusual story to tell about the , j[x :)ee their November, 1980, origin of his middle name. I AIR+LAND+SEA TRAVEL, It[ h meeting and sent to the The infant was named after TOWER BUILDING  ". 1 Vatican. a ship -- the USS Callaghan, a "One Call Does AI1"...375-533[ t Visit the In the past, the Vatican Navy guided missile Dec. 21 in Church. Buri, Maplewood Ce] JOHN C. Bonanza, died Fort Smith March 17, 1925 View, he was operator of Office E( piny, a War II and a Sts. Sabine parish, Jenny viving are his, one daughter, three sisters brothers. celebrated Christian feted Dec. 10 John C. Father Jack D. 1 Father ThomasTH I: Immaculate ('11 bit Church, Fort Sra was in Hal /lOI Cemetery. ny }'k as mol Ramps PlaC In St. Petei9 ] Vatican City (N the 1981 Internatioz the Disabled Persa workers u newe( renovations aimed [ an or St. Peter's Basiliq..__ Vatican Grottoes eessible to peGla( wheelchairs, the newspaper, Romano, said. The changes the request of Pope II, who hoped example for said the newspa 14 edition. Several low-an were installed entrances to the at an entrance to where several buried, the addition, widened to allow . im wheelchairs to Il -f easily from one tLB another in the uVl:A Southwest's oldest and largest winery. Makers of award-winning wines in the true Swiss-German tradition for over 100 years. • Free cellar tours • Free wine tasting • Swiss Family Vineyards • Village Gift Shop • Weinkeller Restaurant . Grape Lounge Tours daily: 9:00-4:30. Closed Sundays. Restaurant: 11:00-2:00 and 5:00-9:00. Grape Cocktail Lounge: Till 11:00 pm. Wiederkehr Village, Ahus, AR 72821 501 468-2611 congregation has approved the program for a five-year period. Cardinal Baum said the congregation will decide on the duration of the present approval after completion of the forthcoming national study of the current status of priestly formation in U.S. seminaries, because some other consideration regarding the program might arise during that study. Archbishop Roach an- nounced last September that the study would be un- dertaken at the-request of the Holy See. Bishop John A. Marshall of Burlington, Vt., ,immediate past chairman of the NCCB Committee on Priestly Formation, is co- ordinator of the study. The NCCB Office of Publishing Services will publish the Program of Priestly Formation in late spring and will also publish then a companion volume containing all official destroyer. It's the ship where his father, operations specialist 1st class Douglas Sinon serves. It's also the ship where young Benjamin was baptized by a Catholic chaplain, with an admiral, ship's officers and creW members in attendance. Douglas and Margaret Sinon decided to have their three-month-old son baptized aboard the Callaghan and name him after the ship because, as Sinon said, "Both my son and my ship, as far as I'm concerned, were born on the same day." The baby was born on'the day the Callaghan joined the active fleet. " I documents relating to seminary formation (the Second Vatican Council's "Decree on Priestly For- mation," Basic Plan for Priestly Formation and other documents from the Vatican Congregation for Catholic Education). AIR LINE  n HOTEL- RENT- A- CAR- RAIL- SUSItrhtei STEAMSHIP  ess TOURS AND CRUISES . . . 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