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PAGE 4 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC 10, 1991 * are welcome to partidpate. St. Rev. Gregory Boquet, OSB, and Br. ~onne Lemer, OSB, is pastorali Aelred Kavanaugh, OSB, Benedictine administrator ofthetwoparisheS , . . , i j ay Hoe William W. O'Donnell, retired editor of The Gtmrdi~ now the Arkansas Catholic, monks from St.Joseph Abbey in Covington, and a past president of the Civil War Round LA, recently spoke on vocations at Our Lady Table of Arkansas, has developed a singular of Good Counsel in Little Rock Their four- overview of the Civil War, drawn from the day visit was a follow-up to two trips to St. news media of the mid-19th century. Joseph's made by the parish's Vocation O'Donnell, a member of Our Lady of the Committee and young men from the par- Holy Souls parish in IJttle Rock, willpresent ish. Boquet and Kavanaugh spoke at the overview on Thursday, Mar. 21 at 7:30 weekend Masses, metwith the parish Liturgy PM at a Round Table meeting in the Cat- and Vocation Committees, with Rev. David fish Plantation at Professor Plaza, Rodney LeSieur, Diocesan Vocation Director, and Parham and Reservoir Rds. in Litxle Rock, Bishop AndrewJ. McDonald. and as keynote speaker Thursday, Apr. 11, * * * * at the national meeting of the Confederate A Day of Recollection will be held at St. Historical Institute in Jackson, TN. The Mary's parish at St. Vincent on Monday, March 21 Round Table meeting will beMar. 11, beginning at 8:30 AM. Rev. Gre- open to the public, gory Hart, pastor of St. Michael's in West * * * Memphis, will direct the day. All are wel- St. Joseph parish in Conway will hold a come. Lenten retreat Mar. 16 - 22 conducted by * * * * Rev. Lance R. Bliven, (WxSp, of Houston, St. Boniface in New Dixiewill sponsor its TX. The retreat sessions will be held Morg parish picnic on Sunday, May 19 from 11 day through Friday at 7 PM in the church. AM to 5 PM. The meal will indude all-you- All are invited to join St.Joseph parishioners can-eat barbecue beef with homemade for this time of spiritual renewal,sauce, baked bean~ slaw, bread and home- * * * made dessert. The cost for the meal is $6 The CWO of Assumption parish in Alkins for adults; $3 for children 6 to 12. Children will sponsor a txtrbecue roast beef dinner under six eat free. Carryouts are available. on Mar. 10 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM in All are welcome to join St. Boniface pa- the Catholic Hall in Atkin~ All are wel- rishioners for the barbecue and for family come. Cost of the dinner is $6 for adults; games. $3 for children; $18 family maximum. For * * * * more information, call Joan Cannon, 641- Melvin J. Marts, a permanent deacon 1487. from the Diocese ofHouma-Thibodaux, I_A, The Knights of the Almr (altarI ~.~ servers) of St. Vincent de Paul i0t Rogers recently helped with ~1 Su benefit dinner to raise mney fr'i ~i audio/visual equipment and' rtlmam:: teaching aids for the St, " K-6) nt de Paul School (gradO by to,. ~,~,'~ ..... The 86 altar servers were re a ....... cently treated to a father-son di0" Se A :"-- ner and special program sport Gc L to R: Trey Craven, [:ran Craven, at St. sored by the local council of tlae bu te~ a Vincent de Paul Knights of the Altar dinner. Knights of Columbus. [ * * * * i ITh The Pro-Life Committee ofStl .we will conduct revivals both at, St. Mary's in Theresa's in Little Rock recently held ~ wa meeting to organize a "Rosary Novena f#! ye Arkadelphia and at St- John s in Malvem. " " Ian Marts, bom to a Southern Baptist family in Life." Nine area parishes were represente~', 1940, joined the Catholic Church at the The committee plans to form a group d] age of 15, and was ordained a deacon in people who will pray the rosary near 1980., A church organist since he was 14, abortion clinics on nine consecutive Sattff'~ Marts special interest in music has led to days, beginning April 6 and ending June I. i his present work in music and preaching as Different pa -ish groups will be encouraged! director of the Shalom Center for Renewal to sponsor one particular Saturday. A i:dr[ 7 in Golden Meadow, LA. meeting for further planning will bei The revival schedule for St. Mary's in held on Tuesday, Mar. 26 at St. Theresa'SI Arkadelphia is: Friday, Mar. 15: 7 PM; church. For more information, contactttae[ Saturday, Mar. 16:. 6 PM pot-luck, followed pro-life committee of your parish or c ll[ by 7 PM address; Sunday, Mar. 17:10:.30 Jody Geenen, 225-9002, or Rose MimmS AM Mass. The revival at St. John's in 45549690. 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Many people are giving generously for the poor, thinking I have authorized such persons to collect money for us. I will be very grateful if you could put a few lines in the diocesan Catholic paper informi~ the people that I have not authorized anyone to raise funds or receive donations nor the sale of pictures and statues of me. ff people want to give something for the poor they can send it direa to the siaters at tht nearea Mhsionmy of O~it) [ house. I do not want any fund raising and I ~I not allow even our lay co-workers to collOCtl money for us either in India or in any part of the. world. I am sum they do it with a good[ intention but it must stop. Please help us to get i this information to the people because they wod [ hard and give generously for file poor, and it i~[ sad their gifts are not reaching the poor. My gratitude to you is my prayer for yotl. 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