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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 29, 1982 Inter-Diocesan Conclave Set Fort Smith -- The third Inter-Diocesan Conw)cation sponsored by the Offices of Religious Education and Family Life of the Dioceses of Little Rock and Tulsa will be held Saturday, Feb. 20, at Immaculate Conception RECEIVES AWARD Chicago (NC) -- The Catholic Campus Ministry Association has given its Paul Hallinan Award to St. Xavier College in Chicago in recognition of the college&apos;s continuing support of Catholic campus ministry. parish, South 13th and "A" Streets, here. Theme of the convocation will be "Social Morality in the 80's." The groups will meet from 9"30 A.M. to 3:30P.M. Keynote speaker will be Father William J. Finan,. O.P., Assistant Professor in the Theology Department at the University of Dallas, Irving, Texas. Workshop leaders will be Father Richard S. Oswald, Little Rock diocesan Family Life Director; Sister Patricia Ann Hatcher, A.S.C., Tulsa diocesan Religious Education Assistant Direc- tar; Mary E. Kelley, Oklahoma City archdiocesan Religious Education Associate Director; Sister Theresa Knabel, S.C.N., pastoral associate at St. Augustine's parish, North Little Rock; Tom Smith, Tulsa diocesan Education Director; Father Mike Gabby, Tulsa diocesan Peace and Justice Commission, and Sister Anne Finnerty, S.H.G., Tulsa diocesan Religious Education Director. Cost is $3. Certification credit is three hours towards Electives, one hour towards Social Justice. Hwy. 271 East of Pocola P.O. Box 451 Pocola, OK 72902 1540 !ns Scene in Play at Subiaco on,, ra, The Drama Department of St. Gregory's 1937. it enjoyed a long run on Broadle College in Shawnee, Okla., will present before becoming a much-talked-em John Steinbeck's award-winning play, motion picture. Steinbeck won the l "Of Mice and Men," at Subiaco Academy Prize for Literature in 1962. The e Sunday, Jan. 31, at 7:45 P.M. in Cen- tenary Hall. The 13-member cast is formance by St. Gregory's D under the direction of Mrs. Pat Snider, Department is part of a new interchJOu drama instructor at St. Gregory's. between the Academy and St. Gregatd ( Steinbeck won the New York Drama College. The play is open to the p s( Critic Circle's Award for "Of Mice and Admission is $2 for adults and $I{ r MYERS Men" when it was hrst" performed in . students, edilsir oo Six Sh ared Prayer " : LAWN AND GARDEN EQUIP. r ; Little Rock -- A series of under the direction of noted Hall, New Subiaco "r  _ i  g ' g Shared Prayer Workshops, author Miss Rosalind Rinker, Subiaco, 7-9 P.M.ily s  _' !3, z 8iqll.__r,, , -,. with. the. theme of "Cam- are primarily aimed at get- Thursday, March lige o4 ,o ' < .tCks.Tis.Tractors munmatlng Love Through ring small parish groups and Peter's Hall, 2500 Soupol oC .I. - - ....... . sn,m r, r ,, . .......  zero " locationsr ayer, Wlllin .... oe neia at rex. families to pray together. Mountain Home, 7-9 P:limq -  me taocese m Dates and sites of the There will be no a. the Openll4 . . I<\< - .-arkoma 1,a I O, " ", ,, ,, " -- ,, ,,A  & 7nnl .Little. Rock_ for the laity, workshops follow : fee to the workshops Ian -. \\; / "   aurlng the months of Thursday, Feb. 25, Majestic will offerings will lair( ",. x /  February and March  . Hotel (Downtown), Hot cepted, bati *- [< Anion Myers, Owner Father Richard S. Oswald, Springs, 7-9 P.M.; Saturday, Father Oswald sul$'irc / /. diocesan Director of Scripture Feb. 27, Convention Center, that parishes might! Study, said the workshops, Little Rock 1-4:30 P.M.; publicity, tele.pjoh Tuesday, March 2, St. arrangements, works..lL Joseph's Hall, 15 South transportation commital Spruce, Pine Bluff, 7-9 P.M.; assist parishioners to 1 Wednesday, March 3, Blessed the nearest site. e: Sacrament Hall, 614 South For further infor m Church, Jonesboro, 7-9 P.M.; those interested can ,. ] ] COLD seer . ,,NE . L,Qt:VR'S i Tuesday'h_.ghMarchrl 9, Centenary Jim O'chairman,LeaatrY,the GeDi, ". j: ........................... scHNF.IO00,'s , Biri i Scripturejohn,s Center,StudyP.O.OffitBo et: o, NORTH ',T. ITALIAN RTAURANT ] -" ----: .... | Little Rock, Arkansa or , , Benefit phone664-0340. AN AT THOMAS J CALDARERA JR 2932 MIDLAND BLVD S I 783 20 2 FOR RESERVA[IONS D MOSPHERE I 0 I . ._ ,nights of Columbus ,nsu.nce ::[ l Criminal Justi. ' Life b. AnmloM  T 1 Little Rock -- A per-System Deplol formance of "Fiddler on the :I=%,)/ Medical Phone 501-646- 2605  I Roof" will be given for the 4. "h:"e// _ , Rt. 5, aox613. benefit of Birthright, Inc., New Orleans (NC) ' /ravel Ft. Smlth, AR 72901 Dinner Playhouse. is "a positive damal :::::::::::::::::::::::::::t I Sunday, Feb. 14, at Murray's U.S. criminal justice Sl ! 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