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PAGE 16 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 18, 1990 \ All students grades 8- 12 are urged to enter the essay contest on vocations to the religious life, diaconate and priesthood... WHA T D 0 YOU DO ALL DAY ? Please see page 5 for complete details. Contest sponsored by the diocesan offices of Vocations, Catholic Schools & Religious Education, the Serra Club of Greater Little Rock and Arkansas Catholic. \ Sr. Clarine Rockenhaus, OSB, 78, of St. Scholastica Convent in Fort Smith, died Jan. 30. A native of Morrison Bluff, Sr. Rockenhaus joined the Benedictines in 1932. After studying at the American Conservatory of Music in Chicago, she taught music and directed the choirs of St. Scholastica Academy and the convent for many years. With Fr. Ruban Hathorn, OSB, of St. Meinrad Archabbey in Indiana, she translated the Divine Office from Latin to English with Gregorian Chant melodies for the community's use. She was also Formation Director of St. Scholastica Novitiate for ten years. () 13 1 II III III [i I. Marie Harding, 82, Fairfield Bay, died Jan. 8. Son: William Harding, Fairfield Bay; six grandchildren; six great-grand- children. John A. Berg, Jr., 63, Little Rock, died Jan. 31. Wife: Bonnie; sons: Joseph A., Ted D., Little Rock; daughters: Carolyn A. Lovil, Donna K. Hill, Mary C., Terri L., Little Rock; 16 grandchildren. Maude H. Wendler, 91, Benton, died Feb. 2. Daughters: Mary Agnes Johnson, Renton, WA, Elizabeth Laris, San Lorenzo, CA, Jessie Trickey, Benton. I115tt@P'$ rD & -I Sunday, Feb. 18 - Mass of M@'1 Cursillo. Monday, Feb. 19 - Office close'/ Washington's Birthday; CASA" I'Ig[ Springs. .I[ Tuesday, Feb. 20- School Mass, Mary s, Lake Village; CASA - Pine BI [ Wednesday, Feb. 21-Mass at CarIll!t[ Installation of Bishop Charles V I mann, Dallas. tin [ [ Thursday, Feb. 22 - Senate mee CASA- Fort Smith. I Friday, Feb. 23 - In office. ARKANSAS AI B s w e H } A H 5 A 511 ...Anew, 0nce-a-m0nth advertising feature Ukrame bishops join Vatican-Orthodox t t[ starts February 25. Vatican City (CNS) _ For the first time in 40 years, Ukrainian Catholic bish [I in the Soviet Union have been involved in direct, official talks with leaders i| Advertise your businesstoyour fellow pa- Russian Orthodox Church, according to Vatican and Ukrainian officials. rishi0ners for three months for 0nly-$50! secretly-ordained bishops of the outlawed Ukrainian Catholic Church we t [ | Moscow for a meeting of Vatican and Russian Orthodox officials. Thehigla'L | meeting was called to discuss the status of the Ukrainian Catholic Church,' | To start reaching perspective customers, was outlawed and forcibly merged with the Russian Orthodox church in 19 1! I send us your business card, the name of C echoslovakian btshop assumes leadership! y0ur parish & y0ur check f0r $50 t0 R0n Hall. Vatican City (CNS)- A Czechoslovakian bishop, prevented from exercisirq [ ARKANSAS CATHOLIC ministry for more than $5 years, assumed the leadership of his diocese Bishop Karel Otcenasek,. who was named a bishop and apostolic administrat!: _ ! i P Box 7417, Little Rock, AR 72217 the Diocese of Hradec Kralove in 1950, had spent 11 years in jail and a labor 'q for functioning as a bishop against the orders of the Communist gover 664 - 0340, ext. 326 Fax 664-9075 Czechoslovakian Pres. Vaclav Havel, a Catholic and former dissident, attended I : Mass marking the resumption of Bishop Otcenasek's leadership