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Briefs The 00Ouardnan P:Telw e lrls s:id listtnej:rdm:Stmorbe Officiol 54ubltcahon of the @iocese of 00ittle 0012och use of ihe "in the most VOL. LXXI, NO. 18 . APRIL 30, 1982 sense of the adding, "if radio- nsmissions do a favorable for the growth of individual and of the family they lose validity and therefore Cardinal Cody of 74, leader of the largest Catholic for more than 16 died last Sunday of only months Ls to retire. lohn Roach of St. presid- of the National Con- -nce of Catholic tholics to ) their opposition to the "at a high level ," adding that disobedience "is not but if the issue more heated, may have to to the streets" about "I think I'll be Osmundo Bilbao a 38-year-old priest, was shot to in Uganda when a three men alongside his van flied him when he Jozef Giemp of and Gniezno, Lnd's said all interned under law should be d at a Marian in Warsaw, ""We kindly est that our release for the of May, the month Madonna, all in- Korea's Catholic have defended a Father Choi Ki-Sik, of the Wonju Diosese Seoul, who is jailed in with an arson at a U.S. cultural William J. Burke, of St. Patrick's North Little Rock, the celebrant of the televised Mass for this Sunday, May on Station KTHV, nel 11. Mark Koch give the first reading, the responsorial by la Clark. Scott will give the reading. Servers be Chuck Nasal and Koehler. Music will the St. Patrick's led by Karen Wen- Newmeier Denise Baker. Sue be the organist. Inside iliary... Joseph M. Sullivan :lyn speaks against mdget cuts. Pages 2.6 h... ;ponsors. Page 5 of the Incar- elect Generalate. Page 7 Jl... Bazaar Sat- May 8. Page 8 Over Top June 2-3 Projects Mother Teresa Drive Plans City Visit Success ,,,,,e Rock -- Mother arrive at 9:27 P.M. on June Teresa of Calcutta, one of the 2nd. She will depart June 3rd Little Rock -- Despite poor most dedicated; modest and at 4:45 P.M. She comes tolook economic conditions and the loved women in the world at Abba House (a caring financial pressures caused by today, is coming to Little program for women who are them, the Catholic faithful of Rock Wednesday and troubled because of an un- Arkansas have generously put Thursday, June 2-3. wanted pregnancy). the Little Rock Special His Excellency Bishop "We hope to have Mass at Projects Fund Appeal over Andrew J. McDonald of Little the Cathedralat 11 AM. and a the top. Rock said the founder of the convocation of people around Attainment of the appeal's Missionaries of Charity was 12:30. Further information $300,000 goal was announced coming to look over the Abba will soon be available. Please by His Excellency Bishop House, a home for pregnant keep abreast of developments Andrew J. McDonald of Little girls. He said he hopes Mother so that you and your family Rock, who said the success of Teresa, who won the Nobel can be a part of this historic the campaign means the Peace Prize, will staff the event." diocese will be able to meet its home here with some of her The Missionaries of Charity growing demands. Sisters. order was founded by Mother Bishop McDonald said, The bishop said he received Teresa, 72, in 1950 in Calcutta, "The goal of $300,000 has been word of Mother Teresa's India. It has since spread to surpassed. We now have coming from Sister M. Venezuela, Ceylon, Tanzania, $308,643.50. I promise a wise Priscilla Lewis, American Italy, Australia, Jordan, and prudent use of these superior of the Missionaries of England, Yugoslavia and the funds, so generously and . Charity who is stationed in the United States. sacrificially given." Bronx, N.Y. The order began its The amount mentioned by Mother Teresa of Calcutta In making the an- ministry in the United States the bishop is net proceeds nouncement, Bishop Mc- with the opening of two from parishes after various Peters Re Elected Donaldsaid: centers in New York in1971-- expenses had been deducted _ "Humbly and joyfully, I one in Harlem, with another which were connected with announce the visit of Mother and a house of contemplation the collection held the Teresa to Little Rock. She will in the Bronx. weekendofMarch20-21.Father Bernard J. AS State Deputy M Roberson, associate camp- Golden Jubilee ay 2 troller and vice-chancellor of Pine Bluff -- Robert S. All of the other state of- the diocese, said that fund "Bob" Peters, Jr., was fleers also were re-elected. Lake w...vWlla'e Nun collections were continuing to overwhelmingly re-elected They were Jack H. Helfrich, For come in. He added t-hat a final State Deputy of the Arkansas Fort Smith, state secretary: figure probably wouldn't be State Council of the Knights of Frank Gunderman, Conway, Lake Village -- Sister at .:St. Mary's School for the known for another month or Columbus at the state treasurer; Daniel Patrick Cingolani, of Our last l6 years. so. organization's 74th annual Oswald, Jonesboro, state Lady of the Lake parish, will Never tiring of her duties in Funds from the drive are State Convention here last advocate, and Ken Parsons, celebrate her Golden Jubilee educating children, Sister used to aid mission churches weekend. Jr., Pine Bluff, state as a Benedictine nun Sun- Patrick also traveled during in building needs, the Cursillo Opposing him for the post warden. Father John F. day, May2. the summer months to movement (for the first was Robert T. Ozimek of O'Donnell, pastor of Im- A native of Lake Village, various cities in Mississippi, time), to offset increased Clarksville. Also nominated maculate Conception Church, Sister Patrick is the Oklahoma and Arkansas, postage rates for The Guar- from the floor was Richard North Little Rock, is the state daughter of the late Florio holding summer Religious dian, care of retired priests Fink, Hardy, who declined the chaplain. George D. Byrnes, and Anna Cingolani. Sister Vacation Schools in Catholic and Religious and aid to many nomination in favor of Mr. North Little Rock, remained Patrick attended St. Mary's parishes. Chancery offices. Peters. thePast State Deputy. School here and entered St. On Sunday, May 2, a Mass James L. McSweeney, Scholastica Convent in Fort of Thanksgiving will be 'Vocation Is Call to Life,' Clarksville, was named Smith Sept. 29,1928. Shewas celebrated at 10AM. at Our Knight of the Year and the Invested on June 24, 1930, Lady of The Lake Church, Jim Hamilton family, North vows of Simple Profession with Father Joseph J. En- Pope John Paul II States Little Rock, was named were madeonJune24, 1932, derlin as celebrant. A Family of the Year. and vows of Solemn reception will be held at the North Little Rock Council Profession were made on Parish Hall in the afternoon Vatican City INC) -- "A and diaconate are for giving 6253 won the scrapbook June24, 1935. between the hours of 2-4:30 vocation is a call to life, to life; the gifts or charisms of award. In the Pennies From Sister Patrick has taught 50 P.M. receive it and to give it," Pope consecration -- religious, Heaven contest, Morrilton consecutive years, having Our Lady of the Lake John Paul II said in his secular or missionary- are Council 5209 returned the taught in Arkansas at Catholic . parishioners and message for the 19th World for givinglife,"hesaid, most money, while Bigelow Charleston, Little Rock, Father Enderlin have ex- Da3/of Prayer for Vocations, But, "the gift that excels Council 6680 returned the Stuttgart, Paris and Subiaco tended an invitation to all Sunday. May2. above all, by virtue of holy most money per member, and at Pilot Grove, Mo. She whom Sister Patrick has had Jesus has revealed the orders, is the ministerial came to Lake Village in the privilege of having essence of the Christian priesthood, which shares in See Knights on Pg. 4 August, 1966, and has taught touched their lives. vocation, which is "being the one priesthood of Christ, called to offer one's life so who offered himself on the that others may have life and cross and continues to offer have it abundantly," the Pope himself in the Eucharist for said in his message. "This is the life and salvation of the what must be done by every world," Pope John Paul said. man or woman who is called "Every priestly vocation to follow Christ in total self- must be understood, accepted giving." and lived as an intimate In his remarks cited in the sharing in this mystery of Gospel for May 2, the Fourth love, life and fruitfulness. Sunday of Easter, (Jn. 10:11- "Life generates life,'" the 18), Jesus spoke of life, John Pope said. " . .The living Paul pointed out. The pontiff church is the mother of life defined this life as "that life and therefore also the mother that comes from the one of vocations, which are given whom he calls his father," the by God in order to give life.'" life which was made manifest Vocations are both a sign of and possessed by Jesus the church's vitality and "a ' himself, thelife that continues fundamental condition'" for to be offered through the Holy her life, development and Spirit, the life that "comes as mission, he said a gift" through baptism. The Pope said he invited Carrying on the mission every Christian community instituted by Christ, "the and individual to be aware of church is born to live and to their responsibilities in in- give life," the Pope added, creasing vocations, by living "In order to live and give life, full Christian lives. DIGNITARIES .iRE shown preparing to mmittzehe Of Cape Girardeau, Mo.; His the church receives from her "'And with sincere con- cut a huge cake emblazoned with the Excellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald Lord every gift, through the fidence I invite all believing Knights of Columbus emblem and noting of Little Rock: State Deputy R. S. "Bob" Holy Spirit: The word of God families to reflect upon the the group's centennial anniversary at the Peters. Jr.; Denis Dandeneau. con- is for giving life: the mission the)' have received banquet of the State Convention last vention chairman; Father John F. sacraments are for giving from God for the education of life: the ordained ministries their children in the faith and weekend at Pine Bluff. From left to right O'Donnell, sate chaplain, and John' of the episcopate, priesthood in Christian living." hesaid, are Supreme Director Hilary P. Sch- Shields. centennialchairman.