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OF RECOLLECTION: ood Shepherd Church in, .F6 e will have a Day of Rec0b ' tl t' DA:r. CATHOLIC March 21, 1998 Page 3 !j, POTLUCK: Holy Cross Church in Sheridan held its Jesus' Last Days g 0Marcn from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Satur-] h 21 in the church hall... '. ! P'dlfferences will be led by pastor' i' BPaI/ Wilfred Okorochukwu. No B fee is required and 10th~le'dions are open to every- I! including non-Catholics. r tting will be provided. | taapants are asked to bring !1 lunch. i VISIONARY: Alan Ames, a from western Australia, peak at Our Lady of Good Alan Ames Church in Little Rock ----------- 30-31. Ames tours the R shating his gift of physical, tion from 5-7 p.m., Saturday, April 4. School children will pro- I] tional and spiritual healing, vide music from the decades. A ras ttlission is centered on the donation orS10 a person or $15 .. J ist, rosary and reconcilia- a couple is requested to support ~,FInlhas the approval of Arch- the school endowment fund .: P Hickey. The rosary Reservations should be made by lbe prayed at 6:30 p.m. fol- calling the school at (501) 374- by Mass, lectures and a 9166. ealing service each night. For ore information, call Chuck HOLY SPIRIT SEMINAR: arrar at (501) 225-7782.A Living a Life in the Spirit semi- monthly potluck dinner Sunday, March 15. The children in the religious education classes made shamrocks and Indian bonnets, which will be raffled off. Also, Altar Society will host a bake sale from 9 a.m.-noon, Saturday, April 4 at the Wal-Mart in Sheridan. Money raised will support the organization. MATH-A-THON: The stu- dents at St. Joseph Junior High School in Pine Bluff raised a record $4,300 for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis through the Math-a- Thon. The program is designed to help children suffering from childhood cancers and to inspire students to assist in their care, as well as help students improve their math skills. The ninth grad- ers at St. Joseph presented the check and toured the hospital this month. The top money-rais- ers were Michael Turchi and Megan Jacks. nar led by Dr. Dennis Holt of FUND-RAISER: St. Edward Pocahontas, will be held at Our SCHOLARSHIPS: Angela in Little Rock is inviting Lady of Fatima Church in Rodriguez, a senior business . ,.Umni to celebrate 'hrough Benton March 19-21. Registra- major at the University of Arkan- trte becades, to look back on the don will be held from 5-7 p.m. sas at Fayetteville, was awarded l's past and prepare for the Thursday. For more informa-the Robert C. Coogan Memorial Alumni are invited to at-tion, call (501) 778-8326 or Scholarship for the spring semes- -9 the 4 p.m. Mass and recep- (501) 315-5186. ter. Jennifer Rappold, a junior Rima, James Kaylo, principal Sister Noeline Banks, RSM, and Father James West ate in a program to bless an Arkansas and American flag at St. John School in Hot Springs. Jacob Tipton, Phillip Huddleston and Clancy Hedrick per- form the Stations of the Cross. St. Mary School students in North Little Rock will portray the Living Stations of the Cross at 7 p.m., Friday, March 27 at the Cathedral of St. Andrew and 6 p.m., Friday, April 3 at St. Mary Church. elementary education major atMrs. Sidney Coker of Little Rock, the university, was awarded a$500 was recognized during the Fall scholarship from the St. Thomas Sports Award Ceremony at St. Aquinas University Parish scholar- Stanislaus College Prep in Bay St. ship fund. For more information Louis, Miss. Coker, a junior, is on contributing or applying for the team football captain and was either scholarship, call the church named to the AU-Division Hon- office at (501) 444-0223. orable Mendon Team of Missis- sippi Division 7-AAAA. BENEFIT:. Mount St. Mary Academy Spring Tea and Fashion FLAGS: The John Percifull Gala to benefit Dinner Belles 1998 Chapter of the National Society will be held from 4-6 p.m., Sun- of the Daughters of the Ameri- day, March 29 at Christ the King can Revolution recently pre- Church in little Rock. MSM stu- sented an Arkansas and United dentswill be modeling clothes, art- States flag to St. John School in work by students will be displayed Hot Springs. State Sen. Bud and the Concert Belles will per- Canada provided the flags. John form. Tickets are $12.50 for adults PercifuU worked with Boy Scout and $5 for students. All proceeds Pack 9, which was chartered by will benefit the school's academic St. John School. Sister Noeline programs. For reservations, call Banks, RSM, is the charter repre- Becky Schulte at (501) 2289268. sentative. Pastor Father James West blessed the flags and con- FOOTBALL AWARD: ducted prayers for the group Laurence Coker, son of Dr. and during the program. t Director (Conway) Endowment for a fulktime endowment , role of this si 0ri duties necessary for opera- Joseph School Endowment Office. This indudes de- I plans for an- giving, alumni and parent relations, Cultivation and implementation of gifts, permanent endowment/ the capital campaign and giving. For an application and please contact: Jr., Kordsmeier Fumi- Co., 1023 Oak SL, P.O. Box 1087, (501)329-3946. Catholic Social Services Associate Director of Development II il ................ i. " ........ New position for a professional develop ment specialisL Primary duties include raising funds through grant writing and coudinating special events. Qualifcations include good communication and organi- zational skills, ability to handle mulfple responsibilities, famiUadtywith the Catho- lic Church, and being computer literate. Full-time 40 hours per week with benefits. Salary c mlensttate with experience and qualifcalions. To apply, send cover letter and resume to: Dennis Lee, Direc- tor, Catholic Social Services, P.O. Box 7239, Little Rock, AR 72217-7239. Little RoCk Scripture Director The Catholic Diocese of Little Rock is currently seeking a director for the Little Rock Scripture Study Program (LRSS). This program is the most widely distributed Catholic Bible study program in the United States and is used by more than 9,000 U.S. parishes annually. The director of LRSS supervises development of new programs and products, coordinates the partnership between the Little Rock office and The Liturgical Press, supervises the fiscal administration and sales for LRSS, and coordinates the activities of a four person staff. Qualifications for applicants include: practicing Roman Catholic, theological degree or equivalent ministry formation training, managerial or supervisory experience, and public speaking ability. Salary is dependent upon qualifcations and will he negotiated within diocesan salary guidelines. Full benefits package including retirement program. Send resume and cover letter indicating qualifications, areas of expertise and salary requirements to: Mr. Gregory C. Wolfe, Chancellor for Administrative Affairs, P.O. Box 7565, Little Rock, AR 72217-7565, (501)664-0340. Application deadline is Tuesday, March 31, 1998.