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PAGE4 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC FEBRLIARY4, At right, Dawn Galbraith with Marvin Owens of the Arkansas Community Housing Corp. (St. Catherine Markey, MHS) like Analisa ($15 month) CHRISTIAN FOUNDATION For CHILDREN & AGING YOUR $15 MONTHLY PROVIDES A NEEDY CHILD WITH: NOURISHING FOOD, MEDICAL CARE, the chance to GO TO SCHOOL and HOPE FOR THE FUTURE. YOUR CHILD WILL GRow IN THE DAILY KNOWLEDGE OF GOD'S LOVE AND YOUR LOVE. You will receive a photo of your child, description of your child's country, family history, translated letters, & quarterly newsletters! Plus you will receive the personal satisfaction of helping a child in need. Let the little children come unto me. -- Mark 10:14 "1 I I I t CHRISTIAN FOUNDATION FOR CHILDREN & AGING Attn: Robert Hentzen Pmddent 13001 Wornall Road P.O. Box 410327 Kansas City, Me 64173-0158 (816) 941-9100 MR By Sr. Catherine Markey, MHS Analisa lives in a makeshift shack underneath a bridge in an urban slum of the Orient. She helps care for her, little brother who suffers from severe malnutrition. Your. concern can make the difference in the lives of chiMren like Analisa. Dawn Galbraith of Jacksonville, University ot: Notre Dame recently participated in Notre Urban Plunge, a 48-hour into the inner-city to observe with individuals, agencies and striving to meet the needs of the The learning experience glimpses of inner-city life and its lems and possibilities to students may have had little contact with unemployed, the homeless and hungry. Galbraith's immersion began attendance at an environmental sponsored by the Arkansas Peace ter. The following day, she visited viewed and worked at Helping the Stewpot, Rice Depot, St. Medical Clinic - East, Heifer International, Our House and Westside Medical Clinic. She also interviewed two for Human DevelopmentI Arkansas Community Housing ration and the College Station nity Federal Credit Union. VisitS various helping ministries in Station- Watershed I and II as medical clinics-concluded her immersion. In 1989, Notre Dame had 320 people participating in various Plunges. These students were to do background reading as write a paper and discuss societal lems and possible solutions. I'hey are.surprised to see als involved in work with ................. people who live with poverty FOR THE CHILD WHO IS WAITING You can make visible GOD'S LOVE. (Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador," Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Philip- pines, India, Kenya). C] Y ES I would like to share my blessings with a ,needy child. ,, , A CHILD WHO MOST I would like to sponsor a I--] boy girl D NEEDS MY HELP, I am enclosing $15 for first month [] $45 for three months. r-] $90 for six months r-] $180 for the entire year [-7 I cannot sponsor achild at this time, but I enclose my gift of , to be used for the EMERGENCY FUND for Children. r-] Please send me more information on sponsoring a child. LIT 2/4 / 90 NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE ZiP MMm otmelm pltyab~ to: CHRISTIAN FOUNDATION FOR CHILDREN & AGING (CFCA) IMe~aer:. U.S. Catholic Mission Association * National Catholic Development Conference Catholic Press ~tion Financial report available on request pression," said a university "They may see for the fn'st Church as servant, people. Questions are raised students ale faced with the between their lifestyles and those see on their Plunges. They are lenged to analyze the causes of t conditions they see." DgTg ( @ Charleston - The Catholic Union will meet Wednesday, Feb. Salads and drinks will be served. annual retreat will be held at Mar. 14. Little Rock - The Secular Order' Discalced Carmelites will Feb. 10 at O AM at the Monastery, 7201 W. 32nd St. ing formation study will begin Eucharistic Liturgy will be held at AM followed by a spiritual and business meeting. Guests come. For more information, Armstrong, 664-1409, or 225-0554.