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PAGE 4 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC FEBRUARY 2..4. 1991 By Judy Hoelzeman Each Friday night in Lent, the Parish Life Commission of Immacuhte Concep- The Arkansas Catholic Students United tion in Blythev:dle will hold a soup and salad (ACSU) convention team met recently at supper. The soup is provided; parishio- Our Lady of Good Counsel in Little Rock ners are asked to bring a meatless ~alad. to plan the second annual Catholic Cam- Lenten devotions follow the supper at 7 pus Students convention to be held in PM. Jonesboro April 5-7. Bob Lanz, coordina- Immaculate Conception will conduct a tor of this year's convention and a junior at meeting on Tuesday, Mar. 12, for anyone Arkansas State University, directed the interested in establishing a St. V'mcent de meeting. Students and campus ministers Paul society in file parish. Jo Ann Bemrich, from five Arkansas universities attended, of the Parish Sodal Ministry Office of the along with St. Phyllis Enderlin, OSB, Youth Diocese of Little Rock, will be the guest Director for the Diocese of Little Rock. speaker. All are invited. * * * * The Catholic Women's Union of Arkan- The Ladies Auxifiary of St. Mary's in sas will sponsor a Day of Recollection BatesMlle will sponsor a rummage and bake Wednesday, Mar. 6, at Coury House at sale ~ their best ever, they promise -- on Subiaco. Registration begins at 8:30 AM. Saturday, Mar. 9 from 9 AM to Noon. For The $8 registration fee includes all activities more information or to donate items for and lunch. All are invited. Reservations the sale, call 608-1413. must be made by Mar. 4with Goury House, * * * * New Subiaco Abbey, Subiaco, 72865; 934- Every Friday during I xmt, Ihe Knights of 4411. For more information, call Helen Columbus of St. Vincent tie Paul in Rogers Keim, publidty chair, 968-5021. The next will sponsor a fish fry from 5:30 to 7:30 PM. regular meeting of the Catholic Women's The cost is $6 per person. Union will be Wednesday, Mar. 13, at St. * * * * Augustine's in Dardanelle. A support group for family and friends * * * * of men and women serving in the Middle The Liturgy Music Committee of St. East is being formed byJuliann Shollmier Edward's in Texarkana will sponsor Ashbum of Ctwist the King in Little Rock. sic workshop for the Southwest deanery on For more information, call 225-6052. Saturday, Mar. 2, from 8:30 to 5 PM at the * * * * church auditorium. Amy Sexton of Little Rock will conduct the program. Topics in- clude spiritual forma- tion for ministers, Easter music and help for cantors and organists. The cost is $10 per person, which includes lunch. All are welcome. For more information or to make a reservation, call the parish office at 772-1115. Our Lady of the Lake parish in Lake Village held special services and prayers during Mass recently for the safety of mili- taW personnel in the ~ Persian Gulf, and forRev. Scott Friend with St. Edward CYO members, i ,hI an end to the hostilities there. Ann Meyers, 452-1289, orlmmaculate Corr ~h( A Day of Recollection, Tuesday, Mar. 5, conducted by Sr. Macrina Wiederkehr, OSB, will be hosted by the Women's Auxiliary of Immaculate Conception church in Fort Smith. Registration will begin at 8:30 AM with sessions starting at 9 AM and conclud- ing at 2:30 PM. All sessions induding lunch $3. For more information or to make reser- vations call Rosemary Holmes, 452-2574, ception rectory, 783-7963. St. Edward's CYO in Texarkana recently It held a Prayer Service for Peace dedicated - i to persons serving in Saudi Arabia. Rev, tier Scott Friend spoke on Catholic responsibil" t~lt it}, to support world peace and unity. Also, the CYO recently mailed Valentines to ~h home-bound parishioners. . the * * * * I~il] 101 N. Van Buren, LR 666-8504 Road Service Tune-ups Pickup & Delivery Air Cond. Repair Tires & Batteries Brake Service We guarantee your satisfaction. And our experience in preparing complete and accurate,., tax re- turns will give you peace of mind. BLOCK America's Tax Team -- Put us to work for you! OAK FOREST CLEANERS & LAUNDRY ( N 1217 Fair Park Blvd. ~\ Little Rock, AR 72204 663-6049 8717 W. Markham Little Rock, AR 72205 224-7611 Teleconference on marriage Little Rock - The diocesan Department of Communications will present 'q:rom the 15th to the 50th Anniversary: Making a Marriage Work" at Morris Itall Chapel, St. John's Center, from 1 - 2:30 PM on Sunday, Mar. 3. The interactive teleconference will ex- plore how raising teenagers, caring for elderly parents, confronting file Ernpty Nest or the return of a young adult to the home can strengthen a marriage or crush its vi- tality. Panelists will discuss how coping with mid- life crises, the ill health of a spouse, retire- ment and the inevititability of one's own death can be opportunities for deepening the marriage or minefields for the rela- tionship. Panelists include patricia IJvingston, As- sociate Director of Notre Dame s Cx'.nter for Contiriuing Formation in Ministry; Rtw. (Dr.) Frederick W. Pfotcnhauer, an instruc- tor of marriage counscfing and sp!ritual direction at Notre Dame; and Rev. Michael J. Himes, former Dean of the Seminar/of the Immaculate Conception in Huntington, NY. For more information, contact the dioc- esan Communications Department, fvt- V deoconference on drug abuse planned Little Rock- Fhe Drug Crisis: What "Can the Church Really Do?" is the topic for a video conference on "Ihursday, Mar..,7th, " from 2 to 3:30 PM (CSI') on CTNA..The Offices of Parish Social Ministry and Youth Minislry have arranged for a group viewing: of this live program in the Morris t~ll Chapel at SL John's Catholic Center. Produced by the Nalional Pastoral Life Center, this program brings together Bar- bara Bush, coordinator ofcommunily health and recovery services, Archdiocese of At" ;! lanta, CA; Stan I lay, board member of the San Diego Organizing Project, ,San Diego, CA; Rev. Raymond Kemp, Pastor of I loly Comforter-St. Cypriml [~u-ish, Washi)lglon, i I)C; Sally Ann Shields, director of the Archdiocesan Drug Abuse l)revention pro" gram, New York; and Rev. Benedict Taylor OI,~i, executive director of 1)rojcct (;rcatC, New York City. Rev. PhilipJ. Mumion, di- rector of the National Pastoral l.lfe Center, will be the program's host and moderator. qqae first part of the 90-minute progr'a~ will be studio discussion followed by par- ticipant response to comments and quO" dons telephoned from sites around the country. If you wish to join ,the group viewing a! Morris IIall, SL John s Center, please Rosalind Gillam, ~vt-0340, ext. 337. For further information, call Jo An~ Bemrich, ext. 336. !! . 4r,