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ARKANSASI, CATHOLIC SENIOR CITIZEN CARE WORK- MEETING: The Christian Moth- SHOp:,,'~Caring For Our Aging Friends ers Sodality at SL Edward Church in Little and Family, a two-part workshop to ad- Rock will meet following the 9 a.m. Mass Saturday, May 2. Members are invited to bring a gift or contribution for a baby shower to benefit Birthright and the parish's prenatal clinic. New members will be installed. For more information, call Micld Gangluff at (501) 666-6268 or Mary Ann Rose at (501) 374-9496. dress issues concerning the 'care and decisions regarding Alzheimer and de- mentia patients. Preplanning for end- decisions will also be discussed. , e sessions will be held at four Little R0ck churches, including the Cathe- drsl of St. Andrew. l'he Disease Process and Legal Im- plications" will be presented 9-11:45 a.ra. Saturday, April 25 at Christ Epis- COpal Church and repeated 12:30-3 P:m, Saturday, May 9 at First Baptist Church Highland Park. "Insurance Cov- eAflvicrage, Homecare or Facility Placement, e to Caregivers and Funeral Plan- will be held 9-11:45 a.m. Satur- uay, May 2 at the Cathedral and re- l ated 9-11.45 a m, Saturday, May 16 at Emmanuel Baptist Church. GET-TOGETHER: Graduating se- Mars who are Catholic are invited to a gathering from 1-5 p.m., Sun- th'Y, April 26 at 2204 Bruce Street on e University of Central Arkansas cam- ~S in Comcay. The event is hosted by Fi lic college students at UCA and College. For more information, Sherry at (501) 327-4152. VISITORS: Five exchange students from France visited Mount St. Mary Acad- emy in Little Rock April 2-14. The stu- dents came to Little Rock as part of the Ozark Aips Exchange Program. They at- tend Institution Robin, a large private school in Vienne near Lyon. The students attend junior high school and were inter- ested in discovering the United States and improving their English by sharing the lifestyle of their American peers. They shadowed MSM students for a week. Host students are looking forward to traveling to France this summer for two weeks. The students are Jennifer Cadaran, Sandra Barrance, Jeanne Calmon, Estelle Rozier and Aline Brtmel. Their host families are parents of MSM students Claire Hart, DeeAnna Drennan, Amanda Endsley, Rosemary Lewis and Beth Scotter. eVenth graders at Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Marche collected $114 for the American Red Cross as their Lenten project. The money was arked fortomado victims in Florida. A representative from the Red ross presented a plaque to the class in appreciation of their efforts. April 25, 1998 Page 3 Msgr. ]. Gaston Hebert, pastor of Christ the King Church in Little Rock, blesses the fire in the "fire font" before the Easter vigil April 11. INFORMATION NIGHT: The Men ART FESTIVAL: The 28th annual of Faith at Immaculate Conception Par- School Art Festival will be held at Our ish in North Little Rock will host a cat- Lady of the Holy Souls School in Little fish and chicken dinner at 6 p.m., Satur- Rock from 9 a.m.-l:30 p.m., Sunday, day, April 25. After dinner, the group May 3. Each student will have an art will present information on Promise project on display. Six award ribbons Keepers and the 1998 conference sched- will be given in each classroom. The ule. A conference will be held in Little judges will be staff members from the Rock in May. Donations will be accepted Arkansas Arts Center. The winning to cover the cost of the meal. All men, eighth-grade entry will be chosen for regardless of denomination, who are 13 the school's permanent collection. years and older are invited to attend. To make reservations, call Chris Her- ring at (501) 812-0852 or Butch Hale at (501) 834-8979. CONCERT: The St. Monica Inspi- rational Choir, under the direction of Melvin Kerr, from Kansas City, Kan., will present a concert at 4 p.m., Saturday, May 2 at St. Augustine Church in North Little Rock. The 80-member choir has a unique brand of gospel music and has two sold-out albums. The concert is free. For more information, call Rosalyn Pruitt at (501) 375-9617. 1VIISSION: Father James West, pas- tor of St. John Church in Hot Springs, recently led a mission at Holy Cross Church in Sheridan. The mission was the first one held at the parish in more than 20 years. Organizers said the mission was a "spiritual refreshment and enlighten- ment for all of us." Clarification Bettye Francis, a member of St. Theresa Parish in Little Rock, was honored by the Office of Youth and Campus Ministries for working on 25 Searches. The information was incomplete in the April 18 issue. Elementary Principal I educator who has qualities to be principal, or who is one please consider joining us in ministry Patrick Cathedral Catholic School central El Paso. Our school of established in 1923, offers an and Challenge. You a master's degree and meet the by the Texas Catho- Education Department. Ex- is desirable. The ts negotiable, commensurate with and qualifications. Pleas send and application material to: Search St. Patrick Cathedral, 1118 Mesa, El Paso, TX 79902. Deadline materials is May 15, 1998. , Elementary School Principal I IIIIIIII I I I IIIII Applications are now being accepted and interviews currently being scheduled forthe position of principal at The School of St. Mary in Tulsa, Oklahoma. St. Mary is an award winning Blue Ribbon Preschool- Gr. 8 Elementary School, with an enroll- ment of 340. The principal must be Catholic, hold a master's degree, have administra- tive certification, have teaching or adminis- trative experience in Catholic Schools and be an enthusiastic leader of Catholic edu- cation. Salary and benefits are negotiable and commensurate with qualifications. Please contact: Catholic Schools Office, 820 S. Boulder Ave., Tulsa, OK 74119. L(918) 582-9177 or fax (918) 582-1851. ,., Happy Anniversary Dc. Paul and Theresa Cronan ! ? 5 years ordained to the Diaconate (April 24th) 25 years of marriage (June 16th) We have been blessed --- may God bless your ministry for many more years to come.t With love, The Catholic students, faculty and stag of the University of Arkansas