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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 19, 1982 McBrien Continued from Pg. 1 sometimes wonder how their marriages are faring and if they even get along with their wife and children," he added. Father McBrien, who is deeply involved in ecumenism, said, "These persons must be really unhappy. As for me, my life is a happy one. I'm happy tobea priest and with my work. I feel sad for them." The tall priest concluded by saying, "I'm always looking forward. Some would rather look back. I think they do this from fear rather than hope." Father McBrien gave four lectures during the two-day event at St. John's Catholic Center. He spoke on "Impact of Vatican II on Christianity and Judaism," with Rabbi Elijah E. Palnick responding. He spoke on "Ecclesiological Impact of Vatican II in terms of Ecumenicity and Ministry," with Dr. Jay McDaniel, Professor of Theology at Hendrix College, responding His third talk was on "Theological Development Between Catholicism and the Anglican Church," with Bishop Herbert A. Donovan, Jr., of the Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas responding. Father McBrien's final lec- ture was on "Impact of Vatican II on Social Mission of the Churches," with Dr. William C. Gentry, Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Henderson State University, responding. There were question-and- answer periods for the 100 persons attending following each talk. 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Or call toll- free Apml t2rough Sepmber Border states 1-800643-8213, Arkansa 1-800-432-9729 ANNUAL Saint Patrick's Day Cajun Ham Dinner and or Dance Saturday, March 20, 1982 Serving from 5: 00 to 7:00 P.M. ST. PA TRICK'S PARISI! CENTER, 210 W. 20th, N.L.R. Adults $4.00 C h i l d ren U nder 12 $2.00 Sponsored by Altar Society Take-out orders available Dance 8 to 12 p.m. $4.00 for non-diners Music by: THE WIDE ROAD What's Happening Here and There Around the Diocese LITTLE ROCK Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court Our Lady of Perpetual Help No. 1223 will meet Sunday, March 21, at 2 P.M. at Our Lady of the Holy Souls Parish Hall, 1000 North Tyler Street. Chaplain Father Joseph M. Correnti will give a Meditation on Lent with suggested directions for receiving the most graces. Regent Rosemary Kelley will preside at the business meeting during which plans for attendance at the State Convention April 17-19 in Fort Smith will be made. Frances Hart will present her niece, Anne Woods, director of the local Birthright Office. FORT SMITH Father George Stallings from Washington D. C., will conduct an Evangelism Seminar at St. Boniface Hall Monday through Wednesday, March 22-24, from 7:30 to 9 P.M. A nursery will be provided for pre-schoolers. For more information, call 783-0971. LITTLE ROCK A Light to the Nation Prayer Group is sponsoring a. Life in the Spirit Seminar. The eight-week course will start at' St. John's Center's Fitzgerald Hall at 4 P.M., Sunday, March 21. For more information, call 663-9170 or 565-0702. PINE BLUFF The St. Joseph Altar Society will sponsor a day of Recollection Tuesday, March 23, in Gallagher Hall open to all parishioners and others wishing to attend. The Day will start at 9 A.M. and end with Mass at 3 P.M. A salad luncheon will be served. Reservations are requested by Sunday, March 21, and may be made by calling Freda Maro at 534-5816 or Lois Butch at 534-5519. A $3 fee will be charged those unable to providea salad. Father David threatened this ministry. LeSieur, associate pastor of Four case workers are in- Our Lady of the Holy Souls parish, Little Rock, will be the spiritual director. LITTLE ROCK The Ovulation Method Billings teachers are in need of a slide projector to use in their classes. Anyone wishing to donate one can call 225-4593 or 225-5643. The contribution is tax-deductible. FORT SMITII The Life and Breath Club will hold its monthly meeting Monday, March 22. at 7 P.M., in the Ford Room at St. Ed- ward Mercy Medical Center. Larry Goss, associate ad- ministrator for St. Edward, will speak on "All You Always Wanted To Know About Medicare and Medipak But Were Too Confused To Ask." The Life and Breath Club is an educational organization open without charge to people with respiratory problems and their family members. NORTH LITTLE ROCK Dolores A. Hess, daughter of Mrs. Lilly N. Hess, 411 Mills Street, was a member of the steering committee co- ordinating arrangements for the 1982 Kansas Catholic College Student Convention held recently at Benedictine College at Atchison, Ran. A graduate of Mount St. Mary's Academy in Little Rock, Miss Hess was in charge of inter- school public relations at the three-day convention. She is a member of St. Patrick's parish. FORT SMITH Anyone wishing to donate office space for a Indo- Chinese relocation office is asked to call 783-7963. The United States Catholic Con- ference, in association with the Diocese of Little Rock, has run a relocation office, but federal budget cuts have valved. NORTH LITTLE ROCK James Schratz, a second- year theology student in the Saint Meinrad, Ind., School of Theology, was one of 60 students who were instituted into the ministries of either Lector or Acolyte recently. The son of Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Schratz, Route 6, Box 177B, he is a member of St. Patrick's parish. ROGERS Abbot Raphael DeSalvo, O.S.B., of New Subiaco Ab- bey, recently officiated in the blessing of Mar-Rose Manor, a boarding home for long- term care of older Americans, 908 East New Hope Road. Afterwards, a wine-tasting social by Post Winery, Altus, was enjoyed by the guests. CROSSETT Ashes to Easter Lenten The GUARDIAN :" b Want.Ad Sectiea RETIRED CRAFTSMAN -- Carpentry, cabinets, mantles, install locks and repair furniture. Joe Prause, Sr. Call 753-0514. ORGANIST-PIANIST -- weddings and receptions. 227-5105. Edward L. H0yt AGENT AUTO, LIFE, FIRE AND HEALTH INSURANCE Office 753-0834 Home 982-3031 Meeti00 Continued fro the names ant) n professional per have made tl! available to Birtl volunteer can offf client the advanta elsewhere to live l By birth. Birthright was fflR October, 1968, Summerhill, a housewife, distressed by the abortion being those with pregnancies. Her set up a hot-line of who offered love to those who very positive, Christian solution pregnancy. 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