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ARKANSAS CATHOLIC BISHOP ANDREW I. McDONALD GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY EDITION ! ~![i III' May 9, 1998 Page 17 III II I J .to Msgr. James McNamara was pastor of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist when Father McDonald was ordained a priest. bishop gives a homily in the catacombs during a July 1995 trip to Rome. He has Rome, his favorite city outside of the United States, at least 25 times. If I could invite any one to a dinner party (living or dead, famous or not), I would in- dude .... : Archbishop Thomas McDonough, Msgr. P. James McNarnara, Pope John XXIII and Arthur and Marjorie Holland for s ymg m good ealth is...: "Don't look back. At my 7$th birthday party, I am going to eat...: A steak, Yamell's ice cream and any cake made by Martha McNeil My most cherished religious at- tides are= Breviary and the rosary My favorite place to pray is .... : My home chapel ' peopfe anofjo'ran/-o:im many more years in My favorite artist or work of art is ...: "Pieta" by Michelango and works by E1 Greco arrison How many people do you know have been named after you. I have lost count, probably 100. My most favorite childhood memory is...: Any Sunday with my mother and father, my brothers and sisters. We would Andrew (left) poses with his sisters, Ann McDonald Jordan and Eleanor McDonald Amett, both of whom are still living. go to Mass in the morning and have a home-cooked meal with homemade ice cream in the middle of the day. The loving care given by my mother and my father to us, the children. My most favorite memory as a is...: The first summ after ordination when I was the assis- tant pastor at the Cathedral of St John the Baptist in Savannah, Ga.