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p r " sha E ( ] )n .S. bishops sc 1 e 111 )8 ] any as 14 U.S. bishops--in- ..... iili |elUding three cardinals- could :: .... ! !i !ii!il :|fete for age reasons in 1998. [ i l: ten currendv active bishops, | i .:.| | C!Ud,ng Cardinal Anthony L .... i | [ P :! 1 ....... ..... ....... , | _t yilacqua of Vhiladel hid, are to i ....... :: I | I[ ~:'ebrate their 75th birthday ~:::~ " ~1~~ | Uring the year. i I !ii:: .f ' 3:/ Five bishops, including Cardi-J i ri:: ; ii : ..... : t nal'John O'Connor of New York ] L :: gK / l I 1[ |andJarnesHickevofWashington, 7 Ilk lk I [ : /lVere stall active at the start of the /b [ l I i |Year although they were over 75. . .. .-- .. ,/El ! [b" Church law says at age 75 a i[ Ik: I /I / I /! 8 / hresPi 'isreq,u, ested to presem ][ II II I Ill ! llmI 7 gn tion to me ope, out . . . . I the pope mav refuse itPor delav Cardinals John O'Connor of New York and James Hickey of Washington turned 75 m 1995 and rernam actwe. Cardinal Anthony accepting it. " " Bevilacqua of Philadelphia and Bishop McDonald are among 10 bishops who will turn 75 in 1998. | Cardinal O'Connor, born Jan. I , 1920 active When the oooe refused the Bishop Norman McFarland, Topping the list of those who Bishop John Chedid of Our Lady I exriber ofthe U.S. hierarchy. A resignations of Cardinals head of.the Diocese of Orange, will.turn 75 in 1998 is Cardm.al of Lebanon of Los Angeles. | bP.rL.est sillce 1945, he has been a O'Connor and Hickey in 1095, Calif., since 1986. He turned Bewlacqua, whose birthday ls Aug. 30: B!shopjosep~ rtowze | lslaODsinco lc '7c zrehhi hnn cff he did not set a specific later75 Feb. 21, 1997. June 17. He became archbzshopof Bfioxa, Mzss.; Oct. Ix: AUXaX- .... [NeWYorksince1984 d'a'c a rd i retirement date, buti'ndicated he Bishop Patrick Sheridan, an of Philadelphia in 1988 and a iary Bishop Leonard Olivier of 1985. . . i I llal siace wanted them to remain in theirauxiliary bishop of New York cardinal in 1991. " Washington; Oct. 24: Bishop c, CardinalFIickey, whowasborn posts indefinitely, since 1990. He turned 75 The other nine bishops who Andrew J. McDonald of Lmle | ,set, 11 l oa r... .... Of 10 other U S bishons March 10, 1997 WIU turn 75 in 1998 are: Rock; Nov. 29: Auxilimy Bishop h ,ee" "a'2ri st in'ce who were already 75 or turne'd Bishop Thomas Connolly, May 13i Bishop Donald Walter Paska of the Ukrainian Arch- 19 r |, 46, a bishon sin,'e 1967 arch 75 in 1997, seven retired. Thebishop of Baker, Ore., since Montrose of Stockton, Calif.; May diocese of Philadelphia; Dec. 6: l hPofWas in t2n sinc'e 980 three over 75 who remain ac- 1971. He turned 75July 18,29: Bishop David Thompson ofAuxiliary Bishop Anthony Mestice / - d a cardinal since 19880 tive are: 1997. Charleston, S.C.; July 4: Maromte of New York. . * * 10,LARGEST PARISHES IN THE ] Dlrecto etalls changes m diocese [/ CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF LrITLE ROCK / The Catholic Diocese of Litde Rock 1998 Directory site and e-mail addresses have been added to facilitate |/ ...... | continues to be a big hit among Catholics throughout electronic communication for the computer savvy. numver or .ansmoners vr Arkansas. The latest edidon was released just in time Arkansas received a new area code in October 1997 , Conway 5,5471 aculate Conception, North Little Rock 3,700 (1,265) 3,517 (1,557) up from No. 7 last year St. Theresa, Little Rock 2,656 (1,119) up from No. 9 last year returned to list this year percent of the Catholic the Diocese of Little Rock) for the new year sporting a fresh new look and easy to follow format. This annual publication is the most comprehensive guide to the diocese, its offices and parishes. Among the many listings included, the Parish section details Mass schedules, addresses, phone numbers, office hours and the names of critical staff for every parish in the diocese. Other important sections include a detailed descrip- tion of each diocesan office, its staff and the services offered. All Catholic schools, hospitals and religious com- munities are represented with important information as well. Several new items to the directory are worthy of note. As more parishes and organizations within the diocese embrace the information superhighway, Internet web St. Boniface Church in New Dixie is featured on the 1998 Diocese of Little Rock directory cover. which resulted in a change for most of the state. While the actual boundaries of the new area code may sdll be hard to figure out, the 1998 diocesan directory takes the guesswork out of your long distance call by accu- rately listing each phone number that requires 870. With more rural areas of the state receiving new street assignments for 911 emergency service, mailing ad- dresses for many facilities listed in the directory have changed. Not only does this year's edition include those new addresses, they have each been certified by the United States Postal Service to ensure the most accu- rate directory address information ever published. St. Boniface Church in New Dixie adorns the cover of this 164-page guide. Its image as a country church "with the litde cemetery out front" recalls fond memories of times gone by for many Catholics across the State. The directory is published annually by the Catholic Diocese of Litde Rock Department of Communications. A limited quantity was printed and some copies remain available for $10 while the supply lasts. Orders have been received since October and continue to arrive daily. If you would like m own a copy of this valuable re- source, checks can be made payable to the Diocese of Little Rock and sent to: Directory, P.O. Box 7417, Little Rock, AR 72217-7417. Allow 3-5 working days for ship- ment .... , i Lenten discussion series to focus on racism ................................................... p. 2 Father Alan Rosenau featured artist in Hot Springs Exhibition ............... .............. p. 6