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PAGE 2 THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 7, 1969 Pope, Bishop Urge Generosity To Laetare Sunday Fund Appeal Little Rock -- His Excellency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher added his voice to that of Pope Paul VI this week in an appeal for support of the annual collecton for the American Catholic Overseas Aid Fund Appeal to be taken up in all parishes of the Diocese of Little Rock on Laetare Sunday, March 16. A special letter to the faithful, urging generosity to the annual Drs. Bunten & Ihessing CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES 1515 W. 7th., Little Rock Phone FR 4-5902 I Charter a Busl HENRY UENHART Any size Bus available, frem school bm to Ivxiry air m. km. HOUSTON. BICELOW BUS LINES ARROW COACH LINES 2715 W. 10th Me 6-9891 Bishops' Relief Collection, will be read at all Masses this Sunday, March 9. In his appeal, Bishop Fletcher cited a recent letter addressed to all membesof the American hier- archy by Pope Paul. It reads: To Our Venerable Brothers To Archbishops and Bishops of the United States of America, As Vicar on earth of Him Who "went about doing good" (Acts X. 38) and taught that as we do to one of the least of these His breth- ren, we do it to Him (cf. Mr. XXV.40), We consider the aid and relief of the hungry, thirsty, strangers, naked, sick and in prison to be a most lmportantlart of Our supreme Apostolate. We and Our Predecessors have always needed generous collabora- tion in this immense undertaking, and have ever found willing assis- tance on the part of numerous char- itable souls who have entrusted to the Successor of Peter the fruits of their self-sacrifice; and thus "distribution was made to each as any had need" (Acts IV. 35). You, Venerable Brothers, with the priests and faithful of your ", leet Me at The Marion" A rkansas ' Largest Convention Hotel Robert Eubanks, Manager FREE PARKING FOR REGISTERED GUESTS To Lecture Here Dr. Dietrich Ritschl, above, a renowned Presbyterian theo- logian, will lecture on "Hope Shapes the Future" next Thurs- day, March 13, at 8 P.M. in the Arkansas Arts Center. His will be the second of three lectures in the Little Rock Lecture Ser- ies, sponsored by the HolySouls Council of Women. Doctor Ritschl, a Swiss, is professor of History of Doctrine and Systematic Theology at Pitts- burgh Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh, Pa. He was edu- cated in Germany, Switzerland and Scotland. flocks, have constantly been in the forefront of those magnanimous benefactors, and have enabled the successive Roman Pontiffs and Ourself to brIng solace, re- lief, comfort andhelp to increasing numbers of the poor and afflic- ted. As you now prepare to give yourselves, and to ask your Cath- olic people to give as liberally as possible to the annual collection, which is made throughout the Uni- ted States on "Laetare" Sunday, We hasten first of all to assure you and them of Our heartfelt gratitude for your magnificent cooperation in the past, which has sustained a world-wide organiza- tion of charitable and merciful ac- tivities sponsored by the HolySee. Then, We requestyourunselfish aid, your open-hearted and open- handed donations toward the unfor- tunate victims of war, of oppres- sion, of disease, of poverty and of numerous natural disasters all over the face of the earth. As We make Our appeal, the words of the Apostle Paul come to mind: "The point is this: he who sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and he who sows boun- tifully will also reap bountifully. Each one must do as he has made up his mind, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver... You will be en- riched in every way for great gen- erosity, which through us will pro- duce thanksgiving to God; for the rendering of this service not only supplies the wants of the saints but also overflows in many thanks- givings to God" (II Car. IX. 6-12). The armed conflicts which have continued during the past year have been augmented by natural disasters and accidents, which have deprived multitudes of their homes, clothing, food and medi- [I Cu rs i l Io Conducted In Federal Prison Kingston, Ont. (NC) -- For the first time in Canadian history, a Cursillo was conducted within the walls of a federal prison by 20 members of the Cursillo move- ment, a "short course in Chris- tianity." Warden J. H. Meers of CollIns Bay Penitentiary here said he was very impressed with its effects on the 28 Catholic inmates who par- ticipated. Meers added he will sug- gest, "in my report," that the Cursillo be considered by all prison wardens across the nation. II The00@uardi Officldl" ' 't ubhcahon " of lhe %3Jocose' of illle Published Weekly by The Guardian Press, Inc., 2500 N. Entered as second-class matter March 21, 1911, at @# office of Little Rock, Arkansas, under the Act of March 8, 1897. m, m o Second-class postage paid at  Little Rock, Arkansas q,@ SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: $5.00 the year in the unit l Canada $6.50 - Foreign $7.50 The Guardian is the official publication of the Diocese of proved its worth during the many years of its existence. It merits hearted support of the priests and people of the diocese. With goal, as an Instrument of Catholic Action, can be achieved. @ ALBERT L. Bishop of EDITOR RIGHT REV. MONSIGNOR THOMAS L. KEANY, Ph.D. Mount St. Mary's Academy, Little Rock, Ark. 72207 MANAGING EDITOR BUSINESS MR. WILLIAM W. O'DONNELL MR. AUGUST Address All Departments P. O. Box 7417 Telephone MO FOREST PARK STATION -- ZiP CODE 72207 Business Hours 6:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday through FridaY. Saturday, major National Holidays and Holy Days of Obligation. cines. To all We strive to bring the consoling charity of Christ, but in this merciful mission We have constant need of assistance from Our children in more fortunate circumstances and We have never requested their collaboration in vain. Among the most magnanimous and generous, you, Venerable Bro- thers, and your beloved people have ever sought to be foremost, and We are confident that We do not appeal again this year withouthlgh hopes of a liberal response from the Catholics of America. In anticipation of ish reply to OUr renewing the assurance affectionate solicitude ernal love, We impart heart to you, to your cle! and women reli People of God pastoral devotion and special Apostolic F ram the Vatican, January 14, Paulus Pf Big Rock Stone & Material Co. 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