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PAGE 4 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC APRIL 2Z, Immaculate Heart of Mary Home & School Association invites you to a " Mock Polish Wedding " on Sat., May 5 . A full course meal will be served from 7 to 8 PM followed by a dance, 8 - 10 PM. Tickets are avail- able until April 25. For tickets and information, call Elenora Sheldon, 851-4338 or Mary Pruss, 851-1480. a ise.., it wmrks ! John Michael Talbot and Staff invite you to experience Christian growth and healing on the "'holy mountain"... INNER HEALING May 3 - 6 Participants will learn more of God's love as they are guided to open the "inner places" of woundedness that have not been acknowledged and healed, with popular counselor/ director, Fay C. Smith. TOGETHERNESS May 11 - 13 For couples, a fresh look at your marriage; explore together hopes & dreams at whatever stage of your marriage, with Fr. Martin Wolter, O.F.M. & team couples. FIRING UP FOR EVANGELIZATION May 18 - 20 A retreat exploring Jesus' invitation to be his good news bearers through the power of the Holy Spirit. Solid Catholic teaching, sharing, quiet reflection, charismatic worship; with Dimitri Sala, O.F.M., nationally known director, Chicag.o area evan- gelical preaching ministry. Write or call for information and complete 1990 schedule: Little Portion Retreat Center at MORE Mountain Route 4, Box 430 Eureka Springs, AR 72632 (501) 253-7379 Catholic High reunion Little Rock i A 50-year reunion cele- bration is "planned for Catholic High School Class of 1940 on Saturday, May 19. A dinner is scheduled for Saturday evening with the Mt. St. Mary Academy, Class of 1940. Earlier in the afternoon there will be a tour of Catholic High School conducted by Fr. George Tri- bou, principal. Of all the class members, the follow- ing have not been located: George Hanggi, Jack Barnett, Clarence Le- onard, George Moore, Flave Young and Jack McDonald. Anyone knowing their whereabouts may contact Marshall Sharp, 22 Meadowbrook Dr., Little Rock, 72205 (225-2722), or Frank Porbeck, 18 White Oak Ln,, Little Rock, 72207 (663-9112). direction Little Rock - The diocesan Permanent Diaconate Office will sponsor "Compan- ioning on the Journey," a workshop designed for people involved or inter- ested in spiritual direction, at St.John's Center May 11-15. The workshop will be directed by Fr. Shaun McCarty, ST, a teacherof spiri- tuality at Washington Theological Union and a staff member of Shalem Institute for spiritual formation, an ecumenical center for preparing people for spiritual direction. The workshop will also include group discussion and activity, as well as pri- vate reflection time. Pre-registration, with a $10 non-re- fundable fee, is due by May 7. Rooms are available in Fletcher Hall, and three meals on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday will be served in Byrne Hall. Cost for persons staying at St. John's is $45; cost for persons staying off campus is $20. For more information or to register, Retrouvaille for May Little Rock There will be a Retrouvaille weekend for troubled marriages held May 18-20 at St. Johr Center. The Retrouvaille ( t program consists of a weekend ence with six follow-up sessions. It designed to provide the tools couples to put a marriage in again. The main emphasis of the gram is on communication betwee husband and wife. It gives spouses the opportunity to rediscover each other Randall d. Fale has been appointed and to examine their lives together il/i:~i[ president and chief executive offi- a new and positive way. cer of St. Joseph's Regional Health Attending couples do not reveal their i:t Center In Hot Springs. The health private lives to anyone during the] care complex is owned and oper- weekend. Couples of all ages and faRM ] ated by the Sisters of Mercy Health are welcome to attend. System of St. Louis, MO. As CEO To register or for more informati011, ]! of Jane Phillips Episcopal Memorial call the Family Life Office at 664-0340' j Medical Center in Bartlesville, OK, b Iit s,nc ,a,e ve,opm nt Math lab to e .n0 o,.nn,n .,,o..,or.,on !ii patient building and for a dlagnos- held at ParkPlaz tic Imaging center. He holds a Master's Degree in Health Care Little Rock - A math lab offerirtg Administration from Washington hands-on approach to c'ritical a drilt University in St. Louis. analytical thinking for fifth-gradC i[ mathematics students will be held I call the Permanent Diaconate Office, Park Plaza on Tuesday, April 24, frfa;t 664-0540, or write Spiritual Direction 8:30 AM until 2 PM. o !$ ttt Workshop, P.O. Box 7565, Little Rock,"Thispro'ect5 is designed to devel ;! uiP !'t ,, 72217. student awareness of mathematics ,| at daily living and to enable students understand the need for mathem for future application," according Tommie Warren, mathematics'tea f at Our Lady of the Holy Souls Sch PledgeScashreceivedreceived $781,684516,149 A total of 54 students, divided iy i4 tak six groups of nine students each, "-:]isi Average CASA gift 155 rotate through six individual learOi g';| Potential donors 29,274 situations. The students will be Actual donors 5030 vised by students from the educatt0 'i % Response 17.2% and math departments at the UrfiVe; I As of Apr. 13 sity f Central Arkansas in Cnway'TlaC,,t0 groups will be given an introduction ' t - by two Little Rock archite, = | geometry -Darrel Odom and Allen Saunderlr ,--j Addlctmn: The Subtle Foe I ! 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