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II, NO. 14 Official (Publication of the q00iocese of I00ittle 00och LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS APRIL 4, 1969 pe Nominates 35 New Cardinals, Four from U.S Deardan Cardinal Wright Cardinal Cooke Cardinal Carberry ,;.00rrange, Reception, S.p.iritual 00ouquet for NewAuxlllary Bishop 4ttle Q. Rock -- Arkansas itS' Religious and laity were : this Week to contribute to tal bouquet to bepresented lllary Bishop-elect Law- i:, €, Graves in connection with s?Qgal ordination Friday, ers that was made by Bishop- elect Graves upon announcement of his appointment by Pope Paul VI. Thousands of leaflets with spa- ces for listing prayers and good works are being distributed parish churches or by mailing them directly to: Msgr. John E. Murphy, g500 North Tyler Street, Little Rock, Ark. 72207. (A copy of the spiritual bouquet leaflet is published on Page 3 of throughout the Diocese of Little Vhlle because the limited ,te!E00 C00acity of st Andrew s and may be returned through [T . ral Will severely restrict !°nstotherituai, attention Benedictines Mark '..,, !IllL ag focussed on plans for a ilrecePtion to be heldSunday, r'- ,,.%'.., in Cathedral Hail.  Very Rev. Msgr. John E. .,F ay, Who is in charge of pre- ! :! the spiritual bouquet, said !ors Will ask parishioners V' I "ond to the appeal for pray- 00lster Adelaide 00lts in Ft. Smith tlE-*eld for Sister Mary Ade- ,, r't--P, 0 S B., at St. Sehol- ' COveni here last Monday. 'i '))I i:'Iite r. - Adelaide was born July e at st. lil Vitzerland, and entered St. |ttlca Convent in Shoal C reek a! r 1, 189S. Religious pro-  f( Vows was made May 16, iris .__,_,. d since that time sister a, an =e :'e: .f, acher in some 13 dif- Scl' :' Schools. She also taught iCl:hOrt time in Missouri and F i She retired at the moth- _ , ._ it,. November 1953. .ble service was held for her '^Vening at the convent chap- ..ae funeral Mass was cele- ] vy The Rev. Joseph E. '', haplain, Monday afternoon II? ,as in the convent ceme-" [[i ter members of e Sentry Says: ]! This... Day... the Lord ' 'Jl I'las Made... I ; ] The Press Deprecates the  bollar. W I)etalls. Read Qui Vive? on Page 4) this edition). The Right Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. Profession Jubilees Subiaco -- The Rev. Joseph Fuh- rmann, O.S.B., and Brother nde- phonse Burke, O.S.B., both of New Subiaco Abbey, celebrated jubilees of monastic profession in connec- tion with the Abbey's annual cele- bration of the feast of St. Bene- dict, patron of their Order. Father Joseph celebrated his 50th anniversary of profession while Brother Ildephonse obser- ved his .5th. The Rev. Arthur Hughes, a for- mer Dallas businessman and out- standing layman who was ordained to the priesthood last November at the age of 78, was the principal concelebrant and homilist for the jubilee liturgy in the Abbey Church. A festive dinner followed the thanksgiving liturgy in the monas- tic refectory with guests of the jubilarians and the Abbey attend- lng. Father Joseph, 75, is a native of Lindsay, Texas, where his father, the late Henry Fuhrmann, headed one of the pioneering families in that Catholic community of North Texas. From St. Peter's School in Lindsay, Father Joseph enrol- led at Subiaco Academy, gradua- ting in 1914 as one of the char- the newly or- ganized Alumni Association. He was sent to St. Francis Seminary, Milwaukee, Wisc., and later en- tered the Abbey Novitiate, making his first profession in March 1919. ARer his B.A. degree from Su- biaco College, he did post-grad- uate work in the summer at St. Procopius College, Lisle, Ill., and after his ordination to the priesthood in 19 by The Right Rev. Bishop John B. Morris of LRtie Rock, he continued his ed- SEE JUBILEES ON PAGE 2 Murray, V. G., who is in overall charge of arrangements for the episcopal ordination, stressed that all laymen who wish to attend the reception for the new Auxiliary Bishop will be welcomed. It will be held from 3 to 6 P.M. April g7. Cathedral Hail is located at Ninth and Louisiana Streets. Wide- ranging preparations are under way for the eventful week- end. In addition to planning the ritual, these include printing and mailing invitations, preparation of the spiritual bouquet, arrange- ments for accommodating visiting Bishops, religious and priests, press, radio and television cov- erage, and a dinner for Bishops and clergy at the Hotel Marion at 7 P.M. April 25. His Excellency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher of Little Rock will be the consecrator of his new Aux- iliary. The Bishop consecrators will be Bishop Lawrence M. De- Falco of Amarillo, Texas, aclass- mate of Bishop-elect Graves at St. John's Home Missions Semi- nary, and Auxiliary Bishop Warren L. Beaudreaux of Lafayette, La. Holds Two 'in Petto' Vatican City (NC) -- Four U.S. bishops are among the 35 new cardinals named by Pope Paul VL They are: Archbishop John F. Dearden of Detroit, president of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops; Archbishop Terence J. Cooke of New York, Archbishop John J. Car- berry of St. Louis and Bishop John J. Wright of Pittsburgh. It was also disclosed March Z8 by the Vatican that Bishop Wright "will be entrusted with a task in the Roman Curia (the Church's central administrative offices)," but no further information was di- vulged. The consistory will be heldhere April 28. Of the 35 new members of the College of Cardinals, Pope Paul announced the names of only 33, reserving the other two "in pet- to" (in the breast). This means that Pope Paul at some future date will reveal the names of the two when R is opportune to do so. However, because he has in- dicated their nomination now, they will take precedence in the Col- lege of Cardinals as of this date, unless Pope Paul should die before 'making their names public. In that case their nominations die with Pope Paul, as did the nom- ination of three cardinals "in petto" during Pope John XXIII's reign,. The new nominations bring the membership of the College of Car= dinals up to an all-time high of 136 and is also a new record for U.S. cardinals, who will total 10. Following is a list of the new cardinals named by Pope Paul VI according to precedence: --Archbishop Paul Yu Pin of Nanking, China, who lives in Talwan. --Archbishop Alfredo Vlncente SEE CAROINAL8 ON PAGE 3 Head New National Advisory Council (Nc Photo) Officers of the USCC Advisory Council, elected is active in civic affairs, including housing and by their peers at an organizational meeting equal rights; and Mrs. John J. (Helen M.) March 26 in Washington, D.C., from left, are: Casey, elected secretary. Mrs. Casey is a Francis X. Kennelly, an attorney from Red housewife and former teacher in Midland, Mich., Bank, N.J., chairman; Charles G. Tildon, vice- and president of the Central Michigan Educational chairman, who is Associate Administrator TV Council, having been TV coordinatpr of the Provident Hospital, Inc., in Baitimore, and who Saginaw diocesan school system since 1959.