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THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 4, 1972 PAGE 9 s/dent Issues Report CYO Seeks Comments For Sta00e Convention t)e Rock -- Suggestions and aSms concerning the forth- ng state CYO convention, cers for the convention, Deed amendments to the constitution, and activities te Past year are welcomed, Miss Jane Nahlen, ident of the Diocese of e track CYO. L ass Nahlen made the inaent in preparing for the e Cyo convention to be held L 5-7 in West Memphis. ["= at the convention is F Tomorrow Depends on l Today. ,, s Nahlen said names of sed convention speakers. na Wood, Archdiocese of York C₯O president; Ernest Larsen, author of Old Plastic Jesus"; and Tom Byrne, of the ;e of Houston. Other ted names are welcome, 0 President noted. eStions on all matters ue sent to the CYO office, Tyler, Little Rock, Ark. Two Search programs, No. 8 and No. 9, have been conducted with Search No. 10 and No. 11 scheduled for February and March, respectively. Also 15 youths and adult advisors were instrumental in helping the Birmingham, Ala., CYO begin a Search program in its diocese. The Little Rock CYO collected $1,844.88 for the Alsac Christmas Carol project to aid St. Jude's Children's Hospital in Memphis. The program got its impetus at a July CYO region meeting in Birmingham which state officers and Father Joseph L. Pallo, diocean youth director, attended. The Brinkley CYO colleted the largest amount, $417, for the Alsac Christmas Carol project. Other outstanding efforts were $447 by Carlisle and Hazen in an ecumenical effort with the Methodist Youth group of Hazen. St. Anne's CYO of N. Little Rock collected $200. Last Nov. 21 the Greater Little Rock CYO Deanery hosted an ecumenical organization, Arkansas Youth Ministry, the theme of which was "Our Environment-What on Earth Can You Do About It?" In the way of conventions, 100 diocean CYO members at- tended the Region IV Con- vention in Memphis last June at which the Jonesboro CYO presented "I Am Scared." The state officers at the July Bir- mingham meeting helped promote the successful can- didacy of their candidate, Abe Malouf of Natchez-Jackson, Miss., for national vice president. Through the contributions of the Knights of Columbus and the Catholic Daughters of America and Fun Day at St. John's Catholic Center on Oct. 3, funds were raised to send the state officers to the national CYO Convention in Washington, D. C. All told, 27 CYO members and adult advisors from Arkansas attended. Rector President Father James C. Boulware, Jr., O.S.B., has been named rector-president of St. Joseph's Seminary College at St. Benedict, La., effective this coming June 1, the seminary's board of trustees has announced. He succeeds Father Marian Larmann, O.S.B., who will return to full-time teaching at the seminary. St. Joseph's is a Provincial seminary serving the eight Catholic dioceses in the ecclesiastical Province of New Orleans, of which the Diocese of Little Rock is one. High-Rise Apartment Gets 2 Priest Team Brooklyn, N.Y. (NC) -- Two Brooklyn priests will become equal partners of an ex- perimental team ministry to serve the needs of Catholic families who wilt move into a new 803-unit high-rise cooperative in the spring. The team approach is seen by Brooklyn's Bishop Francis J. Mugavero, who approved it, and the diocesan Priests' Senate, vhich originated the proposal, as a way to ease problems of an overcrowded parish and give two younger priests pastoral responsibility in a diocese where pastorates are accorded priests only after many years' service. The team members are Father Edward J. Kiernan, 43, a parish priest, and Father Ed- ward V. Wetterer, 32, a chaplain at Pratt Institute. Jesuits Gain More Freedom in Poland Rome (NC) -- Jesuits working in Poland said they feel a "cautious optimism" for the future of their mission in that Communist-ruled country and reported that they "enjoy considerable freedom" at present. These comments and a number of statistics were gathered from information given at a recent meeting of major Jesuit superiors from European Communist areas here. A news release issued Jan. 27 by the world headquarters of the Society of Jesus said that "Jesuits working in Poland report they enjoy considerable freedom under the Communist regime there and are able to carry out their apostolic work with notable success." According to the Polish Jesuits, the Church in Poland is permitted to own churches, seminaries and parish houses, although the number of chur- ches are insufficient. The report said they "hope they will be permitted to build more" in the future. There are 564 Jesuits in Poland. The societ)i conducts a faculty of philosophy in Cracow and one of theology in Warsaw. They also are on the teaching staff of the Academy of Catholic Theology, an institute under the Polish bishops that is finan- cially supported by the government. The report said that "religious and priestly vocations flourish in Poland." During 1971, 551 men entered seminaries, bringing the over- all total of seminarians to 3,097. The Jesuits also reported that numerous missions and retreats are held in Poland. In the Warsaw province of the Society of Jesus alone, 25 Jesuit priests have been assigned to the work. The Jesuit news release concluded, "There is cautious optimism among Jesuits in Poland that this positive evolution will continue to in- clude the Church so that it can exercise its mission with maximum liberty." SERVING THE POOR IN THE MISSIONS IS AN EXPENSIVE BUSINESS. FR. JOHN MANCHINO KNOWS. SERVING THE MEXICAN POOR IS HIS CHOSEN APOSTOLATE. BUT HE CAN'T DO IT ALONE. HE AND HIS "FLOCK" NEED YOUR HELP. P lease Help.., Make Checks Payable To: Father John M anchino Diocesan Special Mission Fund Post Office Box 301 North Little Rock, Arkansas 72115 (CONTRIBUTIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE) .[thev Past year' Miss NahlenwOcYo,s hedeanerieSa nd thr Activist Bishops Dies ,,h beetv [th Deaner he FOre In Colombia Air Crash ,tion oz Miss Becky All , a ther Richard Davis, ana t Springs Deanery under ,rection of Miss Kathy Buenaventura, Colombia Many of the Golconda priests t Sherman Brown and (NC) -- Bishop Gerado Valencia have been arrested and jailed ;r Tom Keller. Brinkley of Buenaventura has been for actively supporting the poor L  rganized its CYO. And receiving more praise for his in protests over housing and I! and Marche have campaign for social justice farmlands. Bishop Valencia . c Cy O programs after his death than he ever did himself was harassed here and tq • I; nag the progress report, during the diffucult years he led during trips abroad for his 2 ahlen reported on the the Golconda movement for stand on social justice. g: arch program, the Alsac economic, political and social The group urged a boycott of e .aas Carol project, reforms, the 1970 presidential elections. [:" leal involvement, and The bishop died Jan. 21 along "The arrangement between ot d and national con- with four missionaries and 30 the two major parties of con- mms held during the year. passengers and crew members servatives and liberals to when their airplane crashed in a alternate in power does not have storm about 100 miles from the support of the people," R here. Bishop Valencia said at that ending Bishop Valencia spearheaded time. 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