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PAGE 12 ARKANSAS CA'IHOLIC MAY 19, 1991 ID&'E'B$ Sunday, May 19 - 12:05 PM, Mass at Ca- thedral of St. Andrew;, Confirmation, Feast of Pentecost. Monday - Wednesday, May 20 - 22 - In of~ce. Thursday, May 23 - 7:30 AM Mass, Abba House; 5 PM, Christopher Homes board meeting. Friday, May 24 - In office. In town. ()llllll&lllll W'fl B 68, Little Rock, diecFApril 24. Wife: Susan, Easton, PA; daughter:. Sandra Sc.henstine, Pillipsburg, NJ; four grandchildren. Ann Teresa Rich, 55, North Little Rock, died April 28. Husband: Leonard; daugh- ter: Dolores Lisse, Dayton, OH; son: Leonard Rich, II; two grandchildren. Flora 'Flo' Belle Parr, 64, Sherwood, died May 1. Daughter:. Debbie Slanton, North Little Rock; sons: Ross Bamburg, Ovid, Bob Pastor, Weatherly, PN, Gene Pastor, Philadephia, PN; three grandchildren. Zilla Mason Brewer, 88, Rector, died April 23, Daughter:. Nelle Glasgow, Rector;, one grandchild. AlbeaJ. Hoyt, 82, Noah Little Rock, died May 5. Daughters: Theresa Hoyt, Hot Springs, Janinne Riggs, Little Rock. Tiffany June Wagener, 12 Days, Sherwood, died April 24. Parents: Paul and Debbie Wagener, brother. Devin; Grand- parents: Barney and June Bruce, Arlington, TX, Larry and Luci Wagener, Albuquerque, NM. Great-grandmother. Cintha Crawford, [ i!!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiUiiiii!~~~ii~Uiiiiiii!i!!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii] .4Jtlthony "Tony" Glmderman, 78, North [iiiiiiiii~ii~iiiiiii~ii~i~iiiii~i~i~i~iiiiiiii!iiiiii~ii~iii~i~i~i~iii!iiiiiiiiiii~iii] Little R,,ocl~ died May 10. Wife: Veronica [ i i i iiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii~ii~iiii!iii~}~i~iiiii~ ~iiiii~:~i: ~ i i iliiii iiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii}iiiiiiiiiiiii~iiiil Hoyt, "Fronie Stuttgart; Gunderman; son: Thomas, daughter: NorthMarge .tile [! iiiiiiiiiii ! siiiii ii! i iii!iiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiI Rock; six grandchildren; seven great-grand- Frank Anton DeCook, 64, Little Rock, [ iiiiiiilliiRiliiiiii /2I 7iiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiii1 died May 6. Wife: Geneva Emerson; sons: [:~::::[:::::::::[::::::::::[:::::::::::::::::::::::U:::::::::::::::?::::::~::::::::::::::::::::::@[:[::::::~:::::[:::f:[::::[::::[:::[:::::: Arthur F., Robert L, Little Rock. "Our Sons" reveals the "prejudice in all of us" By St. M,m, W,a,h Washington (CNS)- "Our Sons," an ABC made-for-TV movie about two mothers re- lating to their homosexual sons, points out that "prejudice is in all of us" even when we think we're beyond it, a Washington priest said after previewing the program. The movie, which airs May 19, 8-10 PM (Central), stars Julie Andrews and Ann- Margaret as mothers whose sons are homo- sexual lovers, one of whom is dying of AIDS. Andrews plays a sophisticated business executive who feels she is open to her son's lifestyle. Ann-Margaret plays a small-city wait- ress who rejected her son when she learned he was a homosexual but goes to him when he's dying. The movie forces people "to look at our prejudices and biases," said Norbertine Rev. Andrew Cifemi, a pastoral theologian on the faculty of The Catholic University of America. l'he movie's about conversion," which starts with "being willing to look at what our real feelings are and not hide under a cul- tural, liberal" attitude, epitomized by Andrews' character, he said. Henry Herx. director of the U.S. Catho- lic Conference Office for Vllm and Broad- casting, in a review said the movie was com- mendable for showing that prejudice against homosexuals is wrong. But he said the film lacked credibility. Ann-Margaret (L) and dulle AndrewS! star in "Our Sons." He called scenes in the movie "contrived and unconvincing." Cifemi said people need to recognize when something triggers prejudice and "Have the grace to face it honestly." Andrews' character took a long time to admit "her own sense of embarrassment" at her son's lifestyle, he said. She also was slo~ to acknowledge painful feelings, such as "d~ her son would never make her a gran~ mother, the priest said. 'Our Sons" also challenges viewers to look into their own families to see "how to with situations where someone is in even though it's been brought on by ac- tions of which you don't approve," he said. People need acceptance even when they suffer from what might be "bad decisionS, painful decisions," such as divorce, alcohol" ism or substance abuse, he said. Gof s Mighty. Acts Of Liberation A weekend of learning, fellowship, spiritual enrichment and celebration Second Annual Bible Institute June 21 - 23, 1991 St. John's Center, Little Rock Featured Speaker: Demetrius Durum, O.S.B. Storyteller : Jerre Roberts Liturgy & Music : Amy Post Sexton Registration deadline : June 3, 1991 Registration fee : $60 Limited Space Contact Little Rock Scripture Study 2500 N. Tyler St., Little Rock, AR 72207 ] I (501) 664-6102 or 664-0340. / A Symbol To Depend On. Griffin Leggett Healey~Roth Uttle Rock Forest Hills Memorial Park Uttie Rock Griffin Le, ett/Rest Hills FU ER'ALHOME Hot Springs PEI)PLE TO DEPEND ON