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Page 2 Nlarch 21, 1998 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC rounded In 1911 MAICH ZI, 1998 MASS FOR SHUT-INS Father Jose Tharakan CELEBRANT 5ta ewlde 6 a.m. Sunday, kTHV, Channel 1 l Pulaski County (ComcasO 7:30 a.m. Sunday, Cable Channel ! 8 7:30 a.m. Sunday, Cable Channel 1 FayeiteviRe 9 p.m. Sunday, Cable Channel 8 6 a.m., noon, Sunday, IqEP, 23 NEXT ISSUE Despite and freeing temperatur John Michael Talbot and others complete prayer walks. BISHOP'S DATES Saturday, March 21 In town Sunday, March 22 Golden lubilee celebration for Sister Helen Yopp; Confirmation, West Central Deanery, Sacred Heart Church, Morfliton Monday, March 23 School Masses, St. John, RusselMlle and Sacred Heart, Mordlton; Hospital visit, Conway County Hospital T 41 , Ma h in office Wedne , Mardl 25 In office; Dedication of new Immaoalate Church, North Utile Rock lrhmlday, Maxdl 26 in office r,t , March z7 in office mmmDID YOU KNOW-,,-,-, The practice of stalnlng fi'om meat on Fddays during the year ended In the for Catholics. The ban was lifted dudng the pontifldate of Pope John XXlll. The exceptions were the Fridays during Lent. Arkansas Catholic welcomes sub- missions of news articles, columns and obituaries. The deadline Is noon Wednesday, 10 days before publica- tion. Advertising deadline is noon Fdday, eight days before publication. To sutmolbe, cab (501) 664-0125. l~lil~. Most I~. Andrew I. h~, Blst~ MANAGING EINTO~ ............. Dan~ C. Strae~e .............................. Malea Walte~ I~,ODUalON MAIqAGF.JL ......... Nancy C. Moore CJRCUIJUION MANAG[II ......... An~.Ja M. Hess 11101~ CONSUI.TANT ........... Bey. Francis I. Malone, JCL Adumsas Catholic (LISPS 853-320 ISSN 1057-8439) ts published weekly (except the first ,~l.tU rday in Jan., July ancl Aug., and the la.st Saturday In Dec~ ), by the Catholic of Utile Rock, Arlu~sas Ca~ollc. Inc, P.O. Box 7417. Utile Rock, AR 72217-7417. Business hours are 8..30 - 4, Monday-friday, except for Holy Days and national holidays. ~sas Catho//c OfflcJ~ are |oc.ated in Nlorris Hall, St. John Center, 2500 N.Tyler St., 72.207. Phone numbers are(501 ) 664-0340 or (SOl) 664-01Z5; Fax (SOl) 664-9075 AJ~ annual subscription Is $15. " Periodicals postage ~ at Little Rock, Ark. Postrna~ t~: Send changes of address and copy of label to: Ark, re&is Catho//c, P.O. Box 7417, Little Rock, AR 72217-7417. Address Service g~luested By Judith Weaver PARIS CORRESPONDENT 'Tour membership mirrors the pattem of the early Church," Abbot Jerome Kodell, OSB, told 100 members of the Diocesan Council of Women Religious during the day of enrichment Feb. 28 at St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Center in Little Rock. Abbot Jerome Kodell of Subiaco Ab- bey was the keynote speaker for the event, called "Springtime of Hope." "In the early Church, Peter, Paul, Barnabas and other disciples worked independently to spread the gospel," Abbot Jerome said. 'at was a time of great creativity, dependent on faith. "the Biblical account of the transfigu- ration of Christ offers an icon for today's religious, who are driven by the religious experience of their past that keeps hay- hag to be owned. St. Luke's gospel tells us Jesus was in deep prayer when his il- lumination experience occurred. Persons of prayer will also reflect a deep inner experience of God to the world by their ministry." The abbot applied St. Gregory of Nyssa's comment about St. Paul to reli- gious today, who, though "not knowing the way they are going can take this as a sign they are going the right way." The sisters agreed and laughed heartily. Bishop Andrew J. McDonald cel- ebrated Mass for the sisters, commission- ing the new officers to serve the organi- zation. New officers are Sister Mary John Seyler, OSB, president; Sister Catherine Markey, OSB, vice president; and Sister Yvonne Lerner, OSB, treasurei'. Sister Maxine Vogan, DLF, vicar of religious Sister Maxine Vogan, DLF, (right) vicar for religious, joins Diocesan Women Religious officers Sister Janice Campbell, SCN, Sister Catherine Mark@ OSB, and Sister Yvonne Lerner, OSB, during a day of enrichment. for the diocese, serves as president pro tem. She and Sister Eileen Schneider, OSB, were coordinators of the day of enrichment, which was ha preparation for a year. Sisters discussed the responses to Wision-aire," a questionnaire on vari- ous aspects of contemporary religious life, which was sent to all members. Key sections of the questionnaire ad- dressed issues of community life, laity, founders, God, vocations, lifestyle and ministry. Dialogue on these issues re- vealed a hopeful attitude of the sisters toward the future of religious life, as . atl well as the reallsuc understanding i communities of the future will b smaller, i 'It is the commitment of the individU'[ als, not the numbers, that is most impr"! tant,' one sister said. t'[ Brother James Lindsey, OSB, Subiaco, told the group, "The past is!! n] , there "ce place to visit, but don t stay i , , The challenges and risks of the fttttn i call you." I Sister Maxine said the results of [ Vision-aire poll will be shared with rel t gious of the diocese in future maili # | and meetings. The Family Life Off is celelnti National Nattnl Family Planning Week March 22-29 by promoting the fam plaw choice. In the diocese, classes are taught by certified insu cto in the ovu- lation and sympto-thermal method. This year's theme is "NFP: Harvest the Knowl- edge." The past three decades have brought great changes for couples who seek a family planning choice that is healthy, effective, life-giving and is in keep- hag with their moral beliefs. For more information on upcoming classes, call the Family Life Office at (501) 664-0340. Doors open at 8 a.m., Saturday, March 21 for the annual Catholic High School Junktique sale in the Sister Deborah Troillett, RSM, school gymnasium in Little Rock. For dent of Mount St. Mary Academy more information, call Ray and Ardie Little Rock, recently was appointed to Rainey at (501) 225-5144, Betty Baker the Racial and Cultural Diversity at (501) 664-2952 or Paul and Helen mission under the city of Little Rock Walker at (501) 224-6826. Board of Directors. The commissio a mission is to reduce racism and prejtr; [ Sister Judith Marie Keith, RSM, was dice within the city through modeling' I[ named one of the Top 100 Women in education and policy develonment. Sister Deborah also was nominam" the state by Arkansas Bus/hess. More than . . iJ 800 women were nominated. Sister toattendthe1998ChristtanA.JohnS ::ti! Judith, the only recipient from Fort Leadership Seminar in Amenia, N L:[ I Smith, guided the St. Edward Mercy York. The seminar's objective is to Health System for 27 years. Today, she pand the school's vision, renew the H is the director of strategic planning and intellectual engagement with educatio [i development for Trinity Junior High and deepen their perception of wh t[ [ School. leadership entails, i Tour the Holy Land with ]gr. Gregory G. Hart, Pastor St. Peter the Fisherman, Mountain Home June 8 - June 18, 1998 Round trip from city of origin to Tel Aviv Little Rock $2570 Mountain Home $2625 St. Louis, MO $2475 Springfield, MO $2485 Memphis, TN $2525 Price includes all accommodations fi~r 9 nights in 1st Class hotels, two meals a day, transfers, taxes, gratuities and more. $300 deposit required to book trip Contact Fr. Hart for scheduling and more information (870) 425-2832 Come Celebrate St. Edward s Through the Decades As We Kickoff Our Endowment & Capital Campaign on April 4, 1998 Mass Begins at 4:00 p.m. Reception in the Gym From 5:00- 7:00 p.m. $10 per person. $15 per couple RSVP to Vernell Bowen 816 S. Ferry St. Little Rock, AR 72202 (501) 374-9166 program. Responsibilities include teachi formation, supervision, sacramental prO' grams, summer programs, as partofate# of religious education professionals for total program. We seek a person with M.A. in Theology or equivalent with exPed" ence and the ability to work as arn' supervise personnel and relate to parentS, children and the Board of Christian EduClt" l ! I tion. We are accepting applications i resumes.TheopeningisforSummer, 1998./i Contact: Search Committee, Box 510,] ! E=on , 0 /40Sl L