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ARKANSAS CATHOLIC IT~.BRI.IARY 24, 1991 PAGE 5 7 Charleston Express The Children's Choir sings for Rev. Carleton Sheehan, OSB. Sacr Heart dedicates facilities at Charleston harleston - Bishop AndrewJ. McDonald Abbot Jerome Kodell, OSB, of Subiaco i~beyjoined former pastor Rev. Carleton "eehan, OSB, and nastor Rev Bruno lahrrnann, OSB, at the dedicalaon of the i .l~arish hall and education center at Sacred 'l. ~t,~~rt parish recently. I. in his homily at a Mass preceding the i dication ceremony, Bishop McDonald J Id parishioners that he appreciated their I ~fiXed feelings alxmt demolishing the old i.,kh0ol to build the new center, but that i hey could take pride in the prestress which benefit their children. The new hall-center consists of 4,450 square feet and includes 12 classrooms, an office and quilting room. There was also an addition of 1,265 square feet to the existing hall. Sheehan initiated the building plans when he was pastor several years ago. Religious education classes are now be- ing held in the Center. Program directors are Patsy Smith and V'ugie Ketter, assis~nt. Parish Council members are Herman Verkamp, Gwen Ewing, Ruth Hatwig, Dot Lensing, Dolores Verkamp, David Bender, Gus Adams, Jr., Wdliam McDonald, Jim Raible, Everett Buckner and Bud Lensing. workshop Little Rock - The diocesan Youth De- partment is sponsoring an Adult/Youth Workshop Mar. 16-17 at Lake Hamilton' Bible Camp in Hot Springs. A/Yis a retreat presented by the ~ Executive Council for ~ members in grades 9-12 and their adult advisors. The theme for the workshop is "Am I Here?/Here I Am." The workshop will explore the basic question of "Who Am I?" and the need to accept oneself as a unique individual. For further information, contact the di- ocesan Youth Department, 66449340. Subiaco plans Marriage Encounter Subiaco - Subiaco Marriage Encounter will be held the weekend of Mar. 15-17 at Subiaco Abbey. Marriage Encounter is a program de- signed to allow couples to come together for a weekend of rediscovery, away from the tensions of everyday life. According to Rev. David Flusche, OSB, of Subiaco, Marriage Encounter seeks to make good marriages better through dia- logme between spouses who want to enrich their marriages through spiritual v-alue Although team leadership couples share their experiences with participants in a group seuing, couples attending Marriage Encounter enter into dialogue only with their spouses. Unlike the Retrouvaille program, which is designed to restore a faltering marriage and which requires follow-up activities, Marriage Encounter takes for granted that the marriage is solid, wida no major disor- der, according to Flusche. Marriage Encounter is a Catholic pro- gram but open to persons of all faiths. For more information, contact Marriage Encounter, Coury House, Subiaco, 72865; 934-4411. Persons wishing to register should send a $20 deposit. Rev. Gutierrez to speak on Latin America San Antonio, "IX- Rev. Gustavo Gutierrez of Lima, Peru, a liberation theology pro- fessor and author of A Theology of hi, era- don, We Drink from our own Wells: The Spiritual Journey of a People, will he a guest lecturer at The Mexican American Cultural Center from Mar. 11-15 at 7 PM daily. Guderrez, author of The Power of the Poor in Hktory, will speak on "Reflections of 500 Years of Evangelization: Wnmess of Bartolome de las Cams," a leading histori- cal figure of the early period of conquest and evangelization in Latin America. For more information, or to obtain a videotape of the lectures, contact Leonard Anguiano, 3019 W. French Place, San Antonio, TX, 78228; (512) 732-2156. I . I 4rkansas Cathofic Arkansas Catholic Arkansas Catholic Arkansas Cathoflc ; !! i + iil/!ili!il i i ~!!i ) y ; ii Z!ii!!~!ill ii !i =~ i!i ~ ~i~i!!i~ ( 'ass 2 A at Our Lady of Good Counsel School in Little Rock rec en;ly , Slcomed a new classmate, Patrick Janiscewski-(far right), who was born Poland. The class studied Poland and enjoyed Polish folk dances. ational Thomas Merton Society to meet NY- The Second General h Cling of tile International Thomas t rtnn Society will be held at Nazareth llege Ilere June 13- 16. Conference will be "A Huge Chorus of Living ~gs: The Voice of a New World." Rev. Basil Pennington, OCSO, will de- ihe ' the keynote addres Other speakers tl de Canon A. M. Allchin, Sr. Joan "uater, OSB, Dr. Das ,,predd t, Br. Patrick t Iart, Sr. Mary Luke Tobin, SL, Victor Kramer, Wdliam Shannon, Bonnie Thurston and many others. The Conference will include a visit to the Abbey of the Genesee, where Abbot Dom John Eudes Bamberger, OSCO, will celebrate the Euc "harist. 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