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THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 15, 1974 PAGE 3 MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER March 15 - 17 St. John's Catholic Center 2500 N. Tyler, Little Rock A Marriage Encounter enriches married life. Those who have lived the experience recommend it highly. Interested couples may register for the forthcoming En- counte r by filling out and mailing the coupon below, enclosing $I0 deposit. MR. and MP,,q. ! I STREET ADDRESS I CITY and PARISH. I • MAIL TO" - BILL and MAR.NO SUTTON " | | ------ 8,_,MI,LLBRO=_=O 2 C OUR2, LITTLE R=OCJ, A=..R t 72222___J For Information, Call: Fred and Tammy W'oell 225-9287 Father R iddell 663-9435 00other Drexel's Cause '00dvances Another Step Ipiatican City (NC) -- The ,.!ification process of Mother ervlle-rine Drexel, foundress of • 1 e Sisters of the Blessed cY)Crament, hs eCOmletde Rether step h r wlh "t =.roval of her writings by the ,R-! lcan Congregation for the --uses of Saints. kPProvalof her writings was :esary to insure purity of -trine. It is the second step ]n  Process of beatification• iraong her writings which re Scrutinized were her MR. ZIP "aps EVERYBOD Y "..D We FIQve Yours? I Stuttgart spiritual diary, her notes on spiritual exercises and examinations of conscience, and various writings pertaining to the administration and ideals of the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament. Motler Drexel was the daughter of international banker, Francis Anthony Drexel. During her ministry to the Indians and blacks in America, she spent more than $20-million of her own money. She was born Nov. 26, 1858, in Philadelphia and died March 3, 1955, in the motherhouse of the Blessed Sacrament Sisters in Cornwells Heights, Pa. Cardinal John Krol of Philadelphia will be the prin- cipal celebrant at a Mass in the Philadelphia cathedral March 10, the tenth anniversary of the opening of her beatification process. I I|1 II I 1 RICE BELT BUTANE CO. Zet.o Butane & Propane C W, Day or Night Service Hutm Tappa. lYaY PHONE 673-2021 • Nite PHONE 673-2415 1902 .SO. MAIN m STtrrTGART, ARK. - PHONE 225-3350 • Dewitt - PHONE 926-4394 Deadline Extended For Anointing Rite Vatican City (NC) - Because of some difficulties in tran- slating from Latin into ver- nacular languages, the Vatican has extended the Jan. 1, 1974, date set for use of the new rite for the sacrament of the An- Ointing of the sick, formerly caiied-Extreme Unction. The Congregation for Divine Worship announced Jan. 22 that because several bishops' conferences had requested more time to complete tran- slations of the new Latin text into modern languages, the Jan. 1 date has been suspended. The English text of the new rite for use in the United States has been approved and con- firmed by the Vatican. That text has been given to interested publishers and the effective date for using the new rite will be announced later. Pine Bluff A ltar Society Officers These are the new officers of the Altar Society of St. Joseph's Church, Pine Bluff. They are: Seated - Mrs. Jack Turchi. left, vice president, and Mrs. J. B. Talbot, president; Standing - Frances McGaughey, treasurer, and Mrs. Gilbert Redelman, secretary. They took office Feb. 4 at a meeting in Gallagher Hall. Hostesses for a Valentine social hour were Mrs. Robert Fratesi, Mrs. Robert Scobey, Mrs. Bill Beseau, Mrs. E. C. Riche, Mrs. Dan Fratesi, Mrs. C. B. Hockaday and Mrs. J. A. McEwen. Scouts CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Dan Louis Bradney, three years, Wilson Shannon Brad- ney, four years, John Francis Hug, one year, John Joyce, five years, and Kenneth Lee Kohler, two years, all of Troop 3, Im- maculate Conception parish, Fort Smith; Ronald Scott Friend, one year, Troop 348, St. Theresa's parish, Little Rock, and David Schimmel, three years, Troop 380, St. Joseph's parish, Pine Bluff. All five Parvuli Dei Cub Scout Awards went to members of Pack 427, Immaculate Con- ception parish, North Little Rock. They were Christopher Wayne Adams, David Faryewicz, Jeffery Meyers, Reynold Michael Malls, and John Joseph Quinn. The Catholic Youth Singers, directed by George Weidl, provided music at the Mass. Craig Knox was lector and Boy Scouts were servers. Following Mass,-. the CYO hosted a reception for the Scouts, parents and friends at Cathedral hall. You Can Advertise in This Space L s B DISTRIBUTING Co., INC. 503 EAST 13TH ST. . STUTTGART, ARK. 72160 PHONE: 922-0221 Leo L. Ludwig, Sr., Pres. - Gen., Mgr. ]00Udweiser® MEIIEL00. BUSCH. BUDWEISER® moR liquor i Reception Launches Ticket Sale for Ecumenical Lectures Little Rock - The kick-off discussed by a personal friend, coffee, initiating ticket sales for the 1974 Ecumenical Lecture Series, was held Feb, 7 at the home of Mrs. Harvey C. Couch, Jr., 8 Armistead Road here. Dr. Otto Hesterly of the Child Study Center at the University of Arkansas Medical Center gave a brief discussion of Dr. Muriel James, who has lectured throughout the world on tran- sactional analysis, and who will give the first Ecumenical LectureMarch 14. The Rev. W. Forrest Lanier, a Georgia Baptist ecumenist, who will lecture April 18, was His Excellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald of Little Rock. The final lecturer, Father John T. Pawlikowski of the Catholic Theological Union of Chicago, was profiled by Father James P. McDonnell. The lectures are scheduled at 8 P.M. at the Arkansas Art Center auditorium on March 14, April 18, and April 25. Tickets for the entire series, sponsored for the ninth year by the Women's Council of Holy Souls Church, are $6 and may be obtained by writing 1704 N. Palm, Little Rock, Ark. 72207. 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YEARS AGO TILLS WEEK The Guardian relmrted: E CITIZEN8 BANK OF JONESBORO Jonesboro --The Trapp Family singers who appeared in concert here Feb. 10 were guests of the Olivetan Benedictine Sisters of Jonesboro Feb. 11 for Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament and FamilY Rosary devotions. The Trapp family sang the Benediction hymns. The Austrian family lives a full Catholic life. They have a chapel in their home on a Vermont farm. Mass and Holy Communion and the Family Rosary are part of their everyday life. (Editor's note: • This is the family on which the movie, "The Sound of Music," was later based.) Mardi Gras Dance Set N. Little Rock -- A Mardi Gras dance, sponsored by North Little Rock Council Knights ot Columbus, will be held Satur- day, Feb. 23, from 9 P.M. to 1 A.M. in St. Patrick's parish hall here. Tickets will be $6 per couple and will include set-ups. Costumes will be optional. 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