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ARgANSA.S CATHOLIC March 7, 1998 Page 3 . L~.L ..... 0CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE: St. Albert Church in Heber will host its St. Pau-ick s arty at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, March 14. The tra~lidonal corned beef and cabbage dinner will be ; served and music, dancing and door prizes will be featured. Tick- eta are $12 a couple or $6.50 a person. The deadline for tickets is March 8. For more information, call Mary Taylor at (501) 362-0091. ST. PATRICK'S DINNER: St, Patrick Church in North Little Rock will host the annual St. Patrick's Day Roast Beef Din- 5-7 p.m., Saturday, . 14 in the parish hall. A handmade afghan, ham, rosary, icash and doll will be raffled off and door prizes will be handed out. Advance tickets are $6 for adults and $3 for children. Tick- ~~y.hOught at the door are $7 and For tickets, call Carolyn at (501) 753-8237 or Mary Uemeier at (501) 758-1606. .............................................. rl!!! ....................... The Notre Dame Glee Club will perform at Christ the King in Little to help raise money for the parish medical mission to Honduras. to ask them to attend one of the meetings. . Fuso-musoc The par- ishes in Fort Smith, Bading and Van Buren will host the fourth an- nual Catholic Education Endow- @ MusIc: The sounds of sa- cred and secular music will fill Christ the King Church in Little COME HOME: Our Lady Rock at 7:30 p.m, Thursday, g~0~. Counsel Church in Little March 12. The Notre Dame Glee is Uying to contact inactive Club, a renowned all-male chorus, atl olics who have left the will perform the concert in Little Church because they have been Rock as part of its 1998 spring tour. The the Church or are con- concert is sponsored by or angry because of mar- the Notre Dame Alunmi Club of e, separation, divorce or re- Arkansa Tickets are $5. Proceeds ~e. Open meetings will be will benefit the parish's Hondu- :30-9 p.m. Wednesday ms mission this spring. 1 18and25in the church ~t~rence room. Catholics who an inactive Catholic can call Parish at tati0 (501) 666-5073. Invi- ns will be sent to the people Rock on Thursday, March 12, nmnt Fund event at 4:30 pan. Sun- This year's mission theme day, March 8 at St. Boniface Church will be =Preparing for the Mib in Fort Smith. CEEF has provided lennium." Dally Mass will be more than$5(lO,000 toward Catho- celebrated at 8:30 a.m. with a lic education for area parishes since brief homily by Father Stevens it was first distributed in 1991. and a question and answer ses- Dinner will include bratwurst, sion. For more information, chicken, ribs and dessert. Silent call Barbara Caspermeyer at auction items will be for sale and (501) 834-4663 or Jean Keith a talent show by area youth will at (501) 855-7648. end the evening. Tickets are $5 at the door. For ticket informa- @ RETREAT: Catholic Cam- don, call (501) 788-3129. pus Ministry at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville will host @ LENTEN SOUP. The sixth its spring student retreat at ML annual Lenten Soup Suppers at St. Sequoyah in Fayetteville March Joseph Church in C nway began 27-28. The retreat is open to any March 4. During the Wednesdays Catholic university student. For of Lent, a different soup will be more information, call the St. serve& The cost of the meal is $3. Thomas Aquinas I, Jniversity Par- The suppers will be served from 5- ish at (501) 4444)223. 7 p.m. in the parish hail dining room. Take-outs will be available. The suppers are sponsored by the Conway Cursillo/Ultreya and will benefit Kairos Prison Ministly, the Arkansas Cursillo Movment, St. Jo- seph LIFE TEEN and St. Vincent de Paul Fund. x eO~ll~ .... M try band entertains parishioners of St. Agnes Church m uring the parish's feast day celebration in January. 96 YEARS OLD: St. Michael Parish in West Memphis honored its oldest parishioner, Ben Specht, with a 96th birthday celebration on Jan. 25. Cake, punch and coffee were served following the 10:30 a.m. Mass. Celebrating with Specht were his children, Paul Specht, Diane Norman, Carol Specht and Agnes Rizzo, and many of his 18 grand- children, 38 great-grandchUdren and 10 great-great-grandchildren. LENTEN MISSION: Father Clifford Stevens, founder of Tintem Monastery in Oakdale, Neb., will conduct a Lenten mis- sion at St. Bernard Church in Bella V'mta at 7 p.m. March 9- 11. Father Stevens was released from parish work in 1984 to es- tablish the monastery, a clois- tered-contemplative monastery for priests. FEAST DAY: St. Agnes Parish in Mena gathered Jan. 21 to celebrate its patron feast day. The western-theme decorations included hay bales, bandannas, kerosene lamps and playing cards. Prizes were awarded for the most authentic western cos- tume, prettiest pie and ugliest man. Several pies were auctioned off to help raise money for the building fund. 69m SPraNG DnSNem The Spring Dinner at St. Joseph Church in Center Ridge will be held from 5-9 p.m., Saturday, March 21. The 69th annual din- ner indudes "the original" home- made Italian sausage and spaghetti dinner. Mass will be celebrated at 3 p.m. The price for the albyou- can-eat dinner will be $9 for adults and $4.50 for children. Carryout plates will be available. In the q4 ountry Korner" dried pastas, sauces, jams and baked items will be sold. The dinner is always held on or near the feast of St. Joseph, which is March 19. j.- The family of Ben Specht helps him celebrate his 96th birthday as the oldest parishionerat St. Michael Church in West Memphis. Jim Riedmueller, P.D. Doctor of Pharmacy Health - Care Pharmacy # 10 Hospital Dr. Morrilton, AR 72110 501/354-1460 N "Catholic Social Services Associate Director of Development ....................... ~!!'2!!!!L. "'" New position for a professbnal velop- ment specialist. Primary duties include raising funds through grant writing and coordinaling spedal events. Qualifications include good communication and organi- zational skills, ability to handle multiple responsibilities, familia jwith the Catho- lic Church, and being computer literate. Full-time 40 hours per week with benefits. Salary commensurate with expe nce and qualifications. To apply, send cover letter and resume to: Dennis Lee, Direc- tor, Catholic Social Services, P.O. Box .7239, Rock, AR 72217-7239. Catholic Diocese of Jackson Administra6ve PositJons Available Diocesan Level Positions Director and Associate Director of Religious Education Qualifications: A degree(s) in religious education (or comparable field) Experience as a DRE in bolh small and large parishes Catholic School Principal Positions Principal, SL Richard Catholic School, Jackson, Miss. Grades pre-K to 6. Special education program. 453 sludents. Principal, St. Therese Catholic Sdx , Jackson, Miss. Grades pre-K to 6. 204 students. Principal, Annundation Catholic Sd ol, Columbus, Miss. Grades K to 6. 183 students. Qualifications: Practidng Christian of the Roman Calholic faith, master's degree, eligible for adminislrator's cerliticate in Ihe State of Mississippi, previous experience in CalhoUc Schods as a student, teacher or adminisVator. iL N