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J PAGE 8 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC Apdl 14, 1991 Tridentine Mass Sunday, April 21, 10 AM St. John •Center Warned Adult moderators for Jr. CYO program Youth Ministries Diocese of Little Rock P.O. Box 7565 Little Rock, AR 72217 Nell Seppart Brown, 77, little Rock, died Mar. 28. Sisters: Dorothy Hicks, Omaha, NE, Bernice Stalcup, Little Rock. Joseph Michael Bmmmn, 81, Little Rock, died Mar. 28. Wife: Eva P. Brosnan; sons: Gerard, Joe, Beaverton, OR; daughter: Katheleen Bailey, Beaverton, OR; stepsons: Billy Joe Golden, Tuckerman, James B.Golden, Little Rock; 13 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Stella Irene Schott ~, 92, Little Rock, died Mar. 30. Son:John A.,Jr., Little Rock; daugthers: Ruth Ladd, Vernon, CN; Martha Little Rock- B/shop Andrew J. MaDona/d has the f0//ou/ng Dear Bishop McDonald, I write to convey greatest gratitude for your generous support of the Propagation of the Faith as well as of the Society of S~ Peter Apostle for seminaries. I wish I could express adequately how much your contri- bution of $227,439 for the Propagation of the Faith and $146 for St. peter Apostle will mean to the Church in the Missions. Queen, Atlanta, GA, Joan Reynolds, Little We have only to think of such countries • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Rock; ten grandchildren; 12 great-grand-" " " " • .................. i children. :~2~bErot~:~': Su Lda~l~l ~ d eal~id~ • ~i : Robert Moix Benetz, 65, Mabelvale, died East- Again and again, bish ps in these _ ~ . Mar. 30. Wife: Lois Walker Benetz; son: tell us that the Church is the only hope for ( Rh • ~,i~t~ Robert Michael, Sherwood; daughter:their people. ea Drug Co.[ • ~' ~'~ ~1~ ~!~ Debbie Ranson, Sherwood; two grandchil- In his recent encydical, RMmnptor/sM/SS/° |12801 Kavanaugh Blvd. Little Rock]• ,~ ~ ~ : ~'~I" dren. our Holy Father reminds us that the • • ~ ~J " [ - i~ i~ Rudolph Udouj, 82, Fort Smith, cried Church s missionary drive has always beer~ •__I,_ _., ,c _.l __ • a paramount sign of her vitality. Encouraged • L B A R D ' $ ~ ) ~ Mar. 31. %Vife: I-termina; daughters: Carole • Canino, Janet Beaton, Little Rock; sons: by your leadership and the effective efforts • -~- ~ Thomas, Little Rock; Daniel, Lawton, OK, of your most enthusiastic diocesan directOr, • • Stephen, Orlando, FL; 13 grandchildren. Mr. Dennis I_~e, the missionary generosity • For good food, friendly Herman August Welndel, 68, Barfing, of the people of Hule Rock gives evidence ; service & an inexpensive ~ died Mar. 31. Wife: Louise; daughter: Shelia of this vitality. meal see us. Barnes, Barling; sons: Gary, Charles, Barfing, As toge,ther we work to respond to PoPe li n o au to e uO • Marie A. Kearney, 88, Little Rock, died to renew her missionary commitment, boda Pulaski Heights Bank) April 3. Brother:. Ret. Capt. J.E. Keamey, . • . • to • at home and to the natmns, I conunue • Little Rock 666-9933 Little Rock. be most grateful for your generous support • Mon.- Fri. 6AMto 7:30 PM / fichaelDennis Price, 41, Paragould, died of the Propagation of the Faith. .* Sat., 6 AM to 2 PM April 5. Wife: Cathy; sons: Bill Wood, With prayerful appreciation and eveff • • • i • • • • • Michael D. I], Paragould; daughten Lee Ann personal best wish, I am With Chinese Food and Salad Bar Banquets, Group Buffets, Catering or Carry Out 51 item buffet All You Can Eat! LUNCH BUFFET- 11 AM to 2 PM DINNER BUFFET- 5 PM to 9 PM Serving from 11 AM - 9 PM * Gift Certificates available Catfish - All You Can Eat Every SEARCY Night! Chinese Restaurant - 22o5 E. Race 268-7515 LITTLE ROCK ;hinese Steakhouse - 2817 Cantrell 661-1257 Wood, Paragould. April: that Gospel teaching may permeate the culture of every people and nation. Pope John Paul II Mission Prayer Intention 2721Kavanaugh,663-1196 Closed Monday - • lpen 6 days a week Open 7 days a week (" Fraternally in Christ, Most Rev. Wdliam J. McCormack, DD National Director Our Lady of Good Counsel to hold annual "Jubilus" Little Rock - Our Lady of Good Cou~I parish will hold is annual ']ubilus," an evengag of entertainment and dining, on April 26-27., Theme this year is '~]ubilus World Tour, celebrating the wide range of ethnic groUl~ represented in the parish. The entertainrr~r~t will feature these cultures. Friday's menu will feature roast beef and chicken will be served on Saturday. Dinner will be served at 6:30 PM, with the show beginning at 8 PM. Tickets are $12.50 for adults and $5 for children, reserved seating only. Child care for children ages three through ten is $2 per chilCL For more information, contact the parish at 666-5073. Sunday, April 14 - 8 and 10 AM, MasseS, Sacred Heart of Jesus, Hot Springs V'fllage; i 3 PM, Confir,m, ation, South Central De~ . cry, St. Jolm s, Hot Springs; bless school addition, St. John's, Hot Springs. Monday, April 15 - 8 AM, School MasS, St. John's, Hot Springs; 9:30 AM, School Mass, St. Michael s, Hot Springs; 11 AM, visit SL Joseph's Regional Health nC~nter, t-Iot Springs; 7 PM, CASA, Holy Kosary Hall, Stuttgart. Tuesday, April 16- In office; 7 PM, CAS Mountain Home. Wednesday-Frklay, April 17-19- In office. Satin-day, April 20 - In town. VC ful ot lil W