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THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 26, 1982 " PAGE 3 op Travels xtensively During Bus Week /i;ger Wj, uth joined hands with tears the bible concerning the dea coming down their cheeks, of Jesus, "O, all ye who pass they prayed the prayer for by the way, attend and see if hearts for many come Priests, people igious from all parts of ywherese assembled in the val aa I of St. Andrew in e shePRock ' The crowd (Ded onto the streets. )- Lsembled before the is o God to give back in speogiving to the Lord God ;ible It of a good faithful pariPather James Patrick infell His little altar re Srae'to the Cathedral to :tie BHis young people and ers presented green , i ons for the altar at ' ":)ry time A stole ratloB;a,a . " .,; wth shamrocks ;real L] his casket. Relatives Ioes Bled in the first pews motr rwe . . thanked the Lord r arr his ..... s years of service. , m up m oo uur :afla,aaff::ndoJvhes2;Ge ell a I Mother, I am sure te enfolded him in her and made the passage safe and quick. At his altar boys Join the STAG Line Staa EMMETT HOFFMAN Distributor M|ALTY 568-3939 vocations. On Tuesday, we noted in the Gazette that a Christian Brother had lost his life in Guatemala. His name, James A. Miller, a native of Custer, Wisconsin. He joins Father Father Pallo, Pastor of St. Stanley Roether of Oklahoma Thomas, Fayetteville, Father and a Mennonite missionary, DeClerk, Pastor of St. Peter, John David Troyer of Mio, Mountain Home, Deacons Michigan in laying down his Althoff and Swientek, the life for the Lord. It was a Franciscan Brothers working privilege for me to write a at St. Joseph's in Fayetteville, letter of sympathy and sup- and the Dominican Sisters port to his widowed mother, working at the hospital in Lorraine. Rogers. On that occasion, we thanked God for a new and IN THE afternoon, Norman fitting place for the Holy Schmuck, Mary and Leo Mass. We expressed thanks to Hiegel and I traveled to the parishioners for their Northwest Arkansas, sacrifices, to Catholic Church Madison County, Huntsville Extension Society for their for the dedication of the new gift, to the parishioners of St. St. John the Evangelist Peter who made a gift in Church. Father Martin Busby memory of Father Chinery, to serves this community as well Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fogarty as being chaplain at the of Miami, Florida who made a Catholic hospital in Rogers. substantial gift to the building program. Following the Present on that happy oc- dedication, we enjoyed a casion were the parishioners, Monsignor John Murphy, the delicious potluck supper. In contrast to the day when the Dean, Father Rudolph Maus, dedication was postponed Pastor of St. Joseph's, because of ice and snow, Fayetteville, Father Amos Enderlin, Pastor of St. Tuesday evening was Raphael's, Springdale, beautiful and warm. 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Square * * * * * * Southwest Mall 1.4dney Parham Rd. 1-30 & Geyer Springs ' (across from K-Mart) 5fi2-8263 224-7404 !UASAR * PANASONIC LITTON "TOSHIBA HARDWICK Thomas McDonough, for- merly the Bishop of Savan- nah. The occasion was grand and glorious for the Church of the United States and for Louisville. That Church is fortunate in losing such a dedicated shepherd, to be given such a good dedicated chief pastor. On this same day, priests for years who have been associated with Good Counsel Church in Little Rock, stood at the altar of the Lord to pray for the happy repose of the soul of Mamie Daven. For many years, this lady generously gave her love and her talent to the welfare of the parish by serving the priests associated with it. Upon her retirement several months ago, I presented her the Diocesan Medal for Service. So closely associated with priests, Mamie richly deserves a special place in heaven. We pray for her and extend our love and sympathy to her daughter and to her brother. there be any sorrow like unto Mass for the Catholic com- munity in that part of the diocese. Both Father DeClerk and Father Jon McDougal, my sorrow?" We pray for Kelley, for her mother, for her brothers and sister and for all in the family. In a special way, we ask God to give us the grace of forgiveness. In the evening, Monsignor F. X. Murphy hosted a supper for all the chancery workers to prepare us for Lent. ON SATURDAY, truly a beautiful day, Mary and Leo Hiegel and I drove to St. Peter's Church in Mountain Home. At 5:00 in the af- ternoon, I offered the parish Mass assisted by Father DeClerk, Father McDougal, Deacon Swientek. Then we enjoyed supper. In the late evening, we had an op- portunity to visit Audrey Fellabaum, Alice Riley, and her sister and brother-in-law. These people have been pilgrims with us on our journeys to Europe. On Sunday morning, I of- fered the 8:00 Mass in St. Peter's ; ! visited the classrooms for CCD; I preached at the 11:00 Mass; I met with very fine people from St. Michael's at Cherokee Village; and a t 2: 00, the old and the young, stood firmly with me as I mingled with their people. In the late afternoon we returned to Little Rock. We ask you to pray for all who mourn that their sorrow will be turned into joy; darkness into light; and death into life. Your friend, + Andrew J. McDonald Bishop of Little Rock STEVE PINTER CENTURY 21 PRO REALTY 9020 Chicot Road 568-3939 888-2913 Office Home MAUMELLE - Nice 3 BR, 2 BA, Rock & Cedar. Master BR suite has WBF. Large living den also with WBF. Dbl. garage. $69,500, good terms. leading his people to the I went to Yellville to offer establishment of this fitting house for the Lord. In thelate ON FRIDAY morning, I evening, we drove back to arose early and took the Little Rock. airplane from Louisville back to Little Rock. Upon arrival, I ON WEDNESDAY mor- was greeted with the sad news ninE, Norman Schmuck and I that Kelley Rowland, a young set out for Holy Rosary blind girl had lost her life to Church in Stuttgart. We of- an unknown assailant. Her fered Mass for the school mother is the patient, loving children. With vigor and widow, Mrs. Etta Rowland. enthusiasm, these children The other children are Mike, sang the praises of the Lord. Patricia, Charles. Etta Early on Thursday, I belongs to the Paladino boarded Delta Airlines and family and has her roots in flew to Louisville, Kentucky Center Ridge. Even though  ..... , for the installation of the new this family stands strong in Archbishop, Thomas C. Kelly. the faith, I could not help but He succeeds Archbishop recall the words spoken from African Trip Continued from Pg. 1 Catholics form a small (seven per cent), but rapidly first papal visit in their growing, minority, where history. Catholicism is still relatively Time and again he warned them against family break- new but where the seminaries downs, materialism, loss of are overflowing and 26 of the ideals and traditions, public country's 32 bishops are corruption, alien ideologies natives, where there is one and other problems that face convert preparing for bap- a developing country whose tism for every 12 baptized new oil riches have caused members of the church, rapid urbanization, unem- where the laity are a dynamic ployment, spreading bureaucracy and a host of forcein churchlife- thePope new social issues, preached evangelization. But he also left them with a spiritual presence, evidenced in the excitement of the throngs that turned out to greet him and in the hopes expressed in Nigerian newspapers that his visit would mark the beginnings of a "spiritual revival" in the country. In one of Africa's most populous countries -- where Retreat League Speaker Named Subiaco -- Father John Michael Payne, O.C.D., Marylake, will be the featured speaker at the 19th annual meeting of the Abbey Retreat League in the Coury House at New Subiaco Abbey March 12- 14. Theme of the annual meeting is "The Glory of God is man fully alive." Father Herbert Vogelpohl, O.S.B., is the director of the league. He will make awards and install new officers. The meeting will be chaired by Azile Wrape and Vincent H. Lammers. Mrs. Dorothy Stanford will host a stand-up dinner Saturday night, March 13. Watch For... DIAMOND LIQUORS Rixie Exit - Highway 67 North DRIVE GRAND AVE. and SAVE RACING FORMS AVAILABLE "Emma and John Rients Welcome You To" GUY'S OZARK LIQUORS 3000 GRAND AVENUE PHONE 783-6427 FORT SMITH