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PAGE 6 THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 22, 1982 Work Continued from Pg. 5 live among the poor and work men and women who cannot in conscience continue to work in their current situation. Pacifists decide not to work where armaments are manufactured. Others decide to leave situations where discrimination prevails And yet. .to work is human. How does one begin to ponder the dilemmas of work? I think it is important to distinguish between work and jobs. Work gives meaning and purpose to one's life. SO, A musician's work is playing the flute or the piano The Catholic Workers who 00q.u.a. r41a n Advertising Sells Schools' = Dolores Curran Talks With Par(-" Black Sisters' for justice recognize these Director Named Tax_._Credit actions as their work. Who Decides The care of children is Oakland, Calif. (NC) -- work. Obviously, there is the Sister Marie de Porres physical side: cooking and Taylor, a Sister of the Holy Urned Family Issues) e, disciplining and cleaning. But Names of Jesus and Mary, beyond those externals, has been appointed executive bF parents also spend time with director of the National Black Washington (NC) -- The la their children. Sisters' Conference (NBSC), time has come for the non- ! WASN'T surprised at the them into the family n " - -0I i" Plumbers and apple pickers effective Jan. 1. publie school community to amount of mail, pro and con, hve. Registration for. and office managers also Sister Taylor, who has been make a concerted effort to that I received on my gun means the possibilit(s nt know they have certain gifts pastoral minister at St. urge enactment of tuition tax eontrol column last spring. It again rearing chil d and skills that flow into their Benedict's Parish since 1974, credit legislation, Archbishop is, after all, a highly war, perhaps tosafeg  x outerlife, theirwork, will establish her offiee in that Thomas Kelly, general emotional and controversial standard of living. n , Oakland community and also secretary of the U.S. Catholic issue, one which finds many means taking more ol continue as president of the Conference (USCC), said. opponents and proponents out of the home into t! d L1 BUT WHAT of the persons United East Oakland Clergy Archbishop Kelly, newly- I was disturbed, however, the evening into seco y v among Catholics. world and more fathe, ts  in who their find daily little jobs? or no Even true work that and her activities with the appointed head of the Arch- at an attitude expressed by black vicariate in the Diocese diocese of Louisville, noted can have meaning. many readers and two editors GUN CONTROL rs Some people I knowwhoare of Oakland. that President Reagan has - wo as well, that the topic was fewer weapons to pr, .o The National Black Sisters' repeatedly pledged his sup- inappropriate for a family threaten the family. F wu( frustrated in their careers Conference was founded in port for tax credits to help column. Those two editors, standards mean high w find satisfaction and August, 1968, by Sister of parents pay tuition for and maybe more, failed to run and cleaner air. D#m fulfillment in applying their Mercy Sister Martin de children who attend non- the column because it wasn't alcohol legislation r skills and experience Porres Gray of Pittsburgh. It public schools. elsewhere, in churches and in was initially started to be a family-oriented, more or less access tad $( civic communities. Work, support to black sisters and to Now that Congress has It is to this attitude I want to All of these impJ W( therefore, finds expression in help them in their identity as completed work on the ad- speak. It proscribes clearly family directly. If a kindoflay ministry, black women Religious. With ministration's first tax bill, "I that family matters should be deal with them in the $! Others are able con- approximately 600 black trust the president will take apart and distinct from of family in a family vincingly to link the dif- sisters in the organization in the promised steps to include societal issues, that families where are we to de ficulties of their labors with tax relief for parents in his aren't interested in ,d 1981, it also assists in the or at- them? In myearlierc* the mystery of the cross. The educating of men and women fiscal 1983 budget message fected by such issues, andthat mentioned the , Pope, in his encyclical on working in the black com- and I hope that Congress will a family columnist should frightening experie work, reminded people that munity and seeks ways to give this matter the top stay faithful to her readers by had when an al, "Christ is now at work in develop black ministry, priority consideration it writing about children, home neighbor killed herselt people's hearts through the deserves," he said. and family faith. Most of all, it hand-gun and our chili power of his Spirit." "I urge Catholic school says that editors, not parents, he had seen that guJ PERHAPS THAT central ACTING HEAD parents, superintendents, have the wisdom in deciding times when her son hal administrators and all which are family issues and it to him. It was fullY:O' reference can help all of us to Rome (NC) -- Father segments of the non-public which are not. and kept under her pilV give ourselves, generously, to Richard T. John, 60, a native school community to work That made and '| i the work of our hands, our of Long Prairie, Minn., was together to convey their I STRONGLY disagree for hand-guns a family isU minds, our spirits, named acting master general sentiments to the president several reasons. It's a put- that Jim and I, at leaS! 1981NC News Service of theCrosierFathers, and to members of the 97th down of today's parents, no longer delegate to Congress and to do so without particularly mothers who and policy makers. It I delay." make up the majority of hand-gun use home Catholic family readers. It block and our family. ID 5 The archbishop said that says that we should not others say it is not a KTH "nothing less than the sur- concern ourselves with issues issue is to deny us thei which touch us only our own experience. 3] Great Hardship peripherally, an extension of the old pat on the head THERE ARE ma Provide viral of non-public education remonstrance, "Don't worry would like to read onl- " may be at stake." your pretty little heads about wetting, discipline an He added that Catholic and such things. We will handle prayer in a family  (. other non-public schools those. You take care of because they are t| provide an outstanding yourselves and your mediate daily concert "" education to children from all children." while" vexing,' they f For Your walks of life, including many Anybody who believes that controversial. I un q students who would otherwise today's families are unin- this attitude and will d_ "' be extremely disadvantaged, terested in the social on- to write on these subje1110 vironment around them I will not be limited "This is accomplished with hasn't been inside families goes on inside the fa great financial hardship to lately. Crime, politics and material. What g Loved Ones in Your Will parents who must pay the cost peace are all subjeets of in- outside has as much  of these schools while at the tense concern because they on today's family same time contributing, as do affect the family directly, deserves as much space all other Americans, to the A cut in social security support of our public schools, means that families will be 1982 ' '"It is high time that those more directly responsible for  o HELP I who contribute so much to the supporting their aging 1' 'FORE$11 But Remember well-being of our society parents, maybe even bringing  eo'., IN TH[ I receive some consideration in return," the archbishop said. Without God's Help The USCC Office for  Sir i,t' ' Educational Assistance has You Would Have Nothing to Leave urged members of Chief STEAK HCXI Administrators of Catholic Education (CAPE) to en- and rq courage letters to Reagan and promote grass-roots meetings So Bequeath Part of Your Estate with members of Congress. AARONROSS RED COATTAVER00F01 A status report on tuition Owner tax credits issued by the office c a n noted that it is anticipated YES! WE'RE THE ONLY STEAK HOUSE ' to -tread the Good News that the president will send THAT HAS P' his 1983 budget message to Congress in late January. SHRIMP ON THE SALAD BAR[ of Ch ist s C in in A I,,,,,,,,.o "Serious congressional _ r___'_ _am.n= activity related to the budget Three blocks west of the j aspect of tuition tax credits North Little Rock Holiday Inn. could begin early in the [ year," the report said. OPEN: 5:30to 10:00p.m., MaN. thru THURS. You May Specify the "HoweVer, congressional action would probably not  5:3o to I 1:oo p.m., FRI. & SAT. [4 Rodn . 224 o Apostolate to Which take place prior to the first of 0, ,, March nor after early Oc- 6 year. This means that there [[ Your Bequest tober, since 1982 is an election  6t3t, is basically a seven-month I] Can Supplement Income ,s62 Is to Be Applied period which will be crucial to y,,,( this effort." I] Selling Advertising Contracts for;'-- The Guardian For Information, You or Your Attorney May Contact: II MOST REV. ANDREW J. McDONALD, D.D. II in Greater Little Rock 2415 N. TYLER, P.O. BOX 7239 II w.vv. O'Donnell, K.S.G. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 12211 ,,=ral:,'o,, II Managing Editor 4 II P.o. Box 74007 TELEPHONE 664.0340 JRRYYOUNO II Little Rock, Ark. 72117 DIRECTOR I L ELDORADO ARK 71730 i