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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 16, 1982 STEVE PINTER CENTURY 21 PRO REALTY 9020 Chicot Road 568-3939 888-2913 Office Home MAUMELLE - Nice 3 BR, 2 BA, Rock & Cedar. Master BR suite has WBF. Large living den also with WBF. Dbl. garage. $69,500, good terms. Henry Lienhart Any size Bus available, from school bus to luxury air conditioned coaches. HOUSTOH-BIGELOW BUS LINES ARROW COACH LINES 2715 W. 10th 666-9891 What's Happening Here and There Around the Diocese MORRILTON Knights of Columbus Council 5209, with the help of Radio Station KVOM AM-FM, will hold a Radiothon Friday, April 23, from 5 to 10 P.M. to raise funds for the Conway County Center for Ex- ceptional Children. Co- chairmen are Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Byrd and Jim Wiedower. Donated items will be auctioned. AFTER EASTER DANCE Saturday Night, April 17 8:00 P.M. to i2:00 St. Mary's Par/sh Hall 15th 8, Moss, No. Little Rock Music by Danny & The Polka Dots $8.00 Couple Sponsored by: Men's Club BAILEY & SKIPPER PHOTOS 600 BARROW ROAD Professional Services *Portraiture *Commercial *Church Directories *Social Events *Weddings *Schools *Copy Work *ID Photos *Sports Teams *Senior Pictures *Instant Passports *Business Photos *Video Tape Services Now Available We Welcome Your Inquiries ! Joe & Barbara Bailey (Members of Good Counsel) 225-5517 LITTLE ROCK Arkansas Children's Hospital will formally dedicate its new east wing Saturday, May 22, with U. S. Senator Dale Bumpers as keynote speaker for. the 2 P.M. ceremonies. The new addition, which will be completed in early May, will nearly double the size of the hospital, making it one of the larger pediatric hospitals in the country. The wing is the highlight of Children's Hospital's five-year, $2% million expansion and renovation pi'ogram. The ceremonies will be held in front of the hospital's new main entrance at Eighth and Marshall Streets. PINE BLUFF The St. Joseph's Church Altar Society will hold its annual benefit social, open to the public, on Saturday, April 17, in Gallagher Hall, 633 Laurel. Food will be available at 6:30 P.M., with games starting at 7:30. The Society recently purchased American and Papal flags for the sanc- tuary. Tickets may be pur- chased at the door. LITTLE ROCK The second annual Heifer Project International Ranch Picnic will be held Saturday, May 1, from 10 A.M. to 3 P.M., rain or shine. The picnic will feature animals, hayride tours, music, farm demon- strations, exhibits. HPI films and information and a bar- becue. The latter is $3 per person and reservations should be made. For more information, call (501) 376- 6836. ATKINS The Parish Community Committee is sponsoring a dance at the Atkins Catholic Hall, Highway 64 East, Saturday, April 17, from 8 P.M. to midnight. Music will be by Steve Pruss and the King's Men. Admission is $4 per person. The event is ()pen to the public. NORTI! LITTLE I{O('K Cal Chun has been named Knight of the Month for Knights of Columbus Council 6253. The James Hamilton family was selected as Family of the Month. AI)ONA St. Elizabeth Church's Annual Bazaar and Picnic will be held Saturday, April 26, starting at 5 P.M. Home- made spaghetti and sausage will be served. SILOAM SPRINGS The Northwest Deanery meeting of Diocesan Council of Catholic Women affiliates will be Tuesday, April 20, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Diocesan President Mrs. Mildred Zinser will be present. Sister Maxine Vogan, D.L.F., will be the speaker. Registration is at 9:30 A.M. Parish Continued from Pg. I Mary the Mother of Jesus and the Mother of us all, I remain, Your friend, + Andrew J. McDonald Bishop of Little Rock Father Richard S. Oswald, diocesan director of Parish Renewal said: "The aim of this plan is twofold. First, we want to help parishes grow in their un- derstanding of the mission of the local church. Most Catholics recognize thal the parish has a mission to provide the sacraments, opportunities for community worship and Christian education for our children. Many of us don't seem to expect much more of a parish. However, the parish, as the local Church, shares in the entire mission of Christ. "This includes providing Christian formation throughout life, within the family as well as the classroom and for adults as well as children. "It means celebrating the Eucharist in a way that truly expresses the community's deepest communion, a unity which is founded in faith and is demonstrated in the many NORTH LITTLE ROCK Father Michael Aureli of St. Augustine's Center is preparing for a rummage sale to be held Saturday, May 8, from 7 A.M. to 5 P.M. at the Center. Donated items are being sought. Anyone having items are asked to contact Sue Boswell at 225-0126. ways that people one another in the "It means bringing the message to alienated CatholicS l unchurched. "It means being of I to people outside the community and being for establishing a society. "It also means committed to the of God's people, mitment ex ecumenism, other churches in faith and in joint especially those toward human "The second thing  to accomplish is to and strengthen needed to help realize its mission. grew up in a responsibility for the mission rested shoulders of the "The leadership pastor remains parish. But we recc through Baptism firmation, all are share responsibili making the Church ought to be. For of the parish, the of lay ministry is both men and leadership positionS. ministry of the concluded. A second scheduled Oct. 8-9, one April 15-16, 1983. HILLC SHOPPERS Continued from Pg. 3 another and their caring for one another. It was with them that I joyfully completed my Lenten fast and enjoyed a little ice cream. When I returned home in the afternoon, the phone rang, bringing good news. Dan and Louise Hartman of St. Elizabeth's, Petit Jean, had their ninth child "Andrew Joseph" at the hour of three on Good Friday. The other children are Christopher, Kathleen, Gregory, Natalie, Theresa, Bridget, Patrick, and Jo Ann. After supper, before the Vigil Service, I went to the hospital to visit Louise. Luckily, Dan called while I was there. I answered the phone "Mrs. Hartman's social secretary." Then, I went to Riley Oaks Manor to visit Monsignor Lafferty and his sisters, Rose and Mabel. In the darkness of the Cathedral Church on Saturday evening, we assembled to celebrate the Vigil of Easter. Once again, the paschal candle, representing Jesus risen from HOME MEDICAL @ HELP CARE AGENCY WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING Of: HOME MEDICAL Hrd. I CAll AGENCY. 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After Mass, we enjoyed refreshments in the Cathedral rectory with Father Thomas as our host. EARLY ON Easter Sunday morning, the phone rang close to 7:00. Mrs. Clemmons, devoted parishioner of St. Joseph's Parish, Pine Bluff called to tell me that Mon- signor Joseph Gallagher had slipped peacefully into eternity at 6:20 A.M. He was our oldest priest at age 85. Many priests in Arkansas served in this diocese because star of the show?" At 12:05, 1 went to the Cathedral to offer the Easter Mass for our people. The choir soared to the heavens. The people joyfully sang Alleluia and all the earth proclaimed that Jesus risen from the dead is Our Lord and Savior. After the Mass, I enjoyed Easter dinner with Irene, Phil Dumboski and their children. Then I rested for a while and enjoyed supper with Bill and Carole Canino and their children. ROYRHEA Rhea Drag 2801 Kavanaugh FREE DELIVE| DAN'S SHOP RAYANO TROILLET The Best in Shoe Re Phone 29O3 VISA Your friend, Andrew J. 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