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PAGE 11 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC MAY 6, 1990 "k[exico,. frompage 1 the Pope reflects a growing effort to provide the pope with an alternative vision of Mexico to that offered by the Mexican o .... th g vernment anta memoers ot e Church hierarchy. The pilgrims packed LatinAmerica's f, Oremost Marian shrine for a Mass lebrated by retired Bishop Sergio eadez Arceo of Cuernavaca. hom.y Bi,hop .en ez ceo said that the 'temptation of ( rer is strong" within the Mexican ch, but that the Church mus resist ethat.temptation and support the work- tn their demand for better salaries medical services for all, and it must the hunger and malnutrition which many children suffer dur- lag their entire lives." will cover trip to Mexico AL - Eternal Word Network (EWTN) will pro- full coverage of Pope John Paul May 6- 13. The eight- r reflects a cross-section of society as the pontiff aims his at Central American migrant workers, slum youth, prison inmates and teachers. r. Harold F. Cohen, sJ, director of Walk Ministries and host of the For children's faith May 6, has been named a Prayer for the Faith of Our by The Catholic Church Ex- SOciety. Catholics across the asked to remember the faith in their personal prayers as m their prayers of petition known as a church-build- the Extension Sodety directing half its donations programs that directly affect in home missions are in great need because their are often too poor to afford In Brownsville, " Black and Indian Home (January): $38,888. Bishops' Over- (March): $48,310. - Good Friday Holy ction: $14,032. As of Atnil 27. Base Christian community leaders have said that the pope's agenda in Mexico is weighted toward more con- servative dioceses and leaves little room for contact with the "Church of the poor." The Popular Committee is the latest group to voice conern over what the pope will get to see - and what he will say regarding poverty and justice - during his pastoral visit. More than 1,500 signers of a recent letter to the pope expressed the "hope that the pope does not commit the error of allying himself with those that are the cause of the misery." weekly EWTN program =A Closer Walk," will serve as anchor for the coverage. Highlights of the visit include an outdoor Mass for an estimated two million people, a beatification cere- mony of three 16th-century child-mar- tyrs and the ordination of 100 priests. Also, Mexican bishops expect Pope John Paul to canonize one of the country's most beloved religious figures, Juan Diego. Times for the "Mexico: Papal Visit 1990" coverage are: Sunday, May 6:5 - 9:30 PM; Monday- Saturday, May 7 - 12:11 AM - 9:30 PM; Sunday, May 13:11 AM - 1 PM. TX, for instance, Spanish-speaking students struggle to learn about the faith from books written only in Eng- lish. On Saturday mornings in poorly- lit rural churches, where the average family has 20 cents to put in the weekly collection, children crowd into uncom- fortable pews to learn about God. The Extension Society invites every- one to participate in the Day of Prayer: *Pray daily for the youngpeople who have fallen away from the Church; *Devote time on Sunday, May 6, to pray the Rosary for the renewed faith of children everywhere; *Remember the Extension Society in your prayers and gifts; *To receive a free issue of EXTEN- SION Magazine devoted to the faith of children, write to EXTENSION, 35 East Wacker Dr., Room 400-R, Chicago, IL, 60601. SAVE Your Trading Stamps and Soup Labels...can hal provide for the education of needy Sioux Indian chil- dren at St. Joseph's Indian School. TRADING STAMPS: S & H Green, Top Value, Blue Chip, Plaid, Gold Bond, Red Holdan, Big Bonus, Green- box, etc LMC & BW coupons. OSCAR MAYER (POP: proof of purchase) & Campbell labels (Front Panel only). Please send to: ST. JOSEPH'S INDIAN SCHOOL BOX O1FO Chamberlain, SD 57326 Sunday, May 6 - Confirmation, North- western Deanery, St. Thomas Aquinas, Fayetteville; Fr. Richard Oswald's Silver Jubilee of Ordination, St. Vincent de Paul, Rogers. Monday-Tuesday, May 7-8 - In office. Wednesday, May 9 - In office; Confir- marion, St. Theresa's, Little Rock. Thursday, May 10 - Mass at Carmel, Little Rock; Serra Club Priests Recogni- tion Mass and Dinner, St. Vincent In- firmary Medical Center, Little Rock. Friday, May 11 - In office. Saturday, May 12 - In town. Little Rock - The Secular Order of Discalced Carmelites will meet Saturday, May 12, at the Carmelite Monastery at Marylake. Mass will be offered at 10AM, followed by a spiritual conference, short business meeting and pot-luck lunch- eon. Members are requested to bring a covered dish. For more information, call Grace Wrape, 663-1551, or Edith Mullen, 664-3324. Little Rock - The opening reception for the fourth Annual Spring Art Show and Sale at ML St. Mary Academy will be held Sunday, May 6, from 2-4 PM in the McAuley Center. Awards will be given in three categories: prints and drawings, paintings, and calligraphy. Prizes and ribbons will be awarded to the winners, including gift certificates and cash awards. The artwork of stu- dents from the 1989-90 school year will be on display through Thursday, May 10. Some works will be for sale. For more information, contact Bettye Esh- enroder, 664-8006. ( HOMES FOR SALE > "ATTENTION - GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 ( U - repair ). Delinquent tax prop- arty. Repossessions, Call 1-602-838-8885 Ext. GH7373." < AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE ) " ATTENTION - GOVERNMENT SEIZED VEHICLES from $100. Fords, Mercedos,Corvettes, Chews. Surplus Buy- ors Guide. 1-602-838-8885 Ext.A7373." HELP WANTED " ATTENTION - POSTAL JOBS! Start $11.41/ houri For application info call 1-602- 838-8885, Ext. M-7373, 6 AM - 10PM, 7 days." Junior High Spanish / English teacher needed for Fall 1990, if certified in either, send resume to : Bro. Rock Larsen, Morris School for Boys, P O Box 137 Seamy, AR 72143. HOME IMPROVEMENT Remodeling - Additions - Decks and Siding Licensed & Bonded. Call 753-7698, GOINES CONSTRUCTION COMPANY MISCELLANEOUS > "AMWAY PRODUCTS PHONE 666-3174" Thanks to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and St. Jude for prayers answered. - Gertrude Higgins Our Lady of Fatima CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING School RATES: $1.50 per line ( 5 words per line ). Deadline is Wednes- A Child's Journey today, 12 noon...ten days prior to Self - Esteem A child- centered Catholic elemen- tary school serving 850 students in grades K - 8 and special education is now accepting APPLICATIONS FOR PRINCIPAL. Requisites: * Master's Degree * Classroom Teaching Experience Send your confidential resume to: Our Lady of Fatima Search Committee, P O Box 31121 Lafayette, LA 70593-1121 Please send by May 18, 1990. All applica- rions will be held in the strictest confidence. publication. Mail your ad with a check to: CLASSIFIEDS c/o ARKANSAS CATHOLIC P O Box 7417 Little Rock,AR 72217 Call Ron Hall, 664- 0340,ext. 326 or fax your classi- fied ad, 664-9075. < ITEMS FOR SALE > Plants for sale - Tomato ( Arkansas Traveler),peppor, Largo variety of special flower plants for cutting & drying. A.B.C. FARM located 1.3 miles east of Northwest Mall on Zion Rd. in Fayetteville 443-5146 (Ann Marie Giese, member of St. Joseph, Fayetteville )