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s A.R . Ns s. THOL!C. z T, Life in the Spirit : erninar planned : Diocese - 111 and infirm priests ' , :.i i :' Little Rock - A Life in the Spirit (Christmas): o :m ' " .... a Seminar will be held at Our Lady of National - Retired religious fund : , Ood Counsel Church Friday, June 1, I (December): $96,569. .... > ,} 1 I frmt:30-9:30PMandSamrday, june L " As of May II. , ,,, : ,_from 8 AM to 4 PM, by A Light to i " 'J ! ' .JL $ ,.Nations prayer group. ttte Life in the Spirit Seminar is a Host families sought "> Vddely-used course designed to help ' : "I /-'/ ad Christians to be baptized in the Spirit for visiting students ,,,-, _ # aadtofindfullerexpressionandspiritual . %~rnittment to their lives. For ~~ ~ ~ wOZ re information, call Mary Lynch, 565- North Little Rock - Nacel Cultural j L. dL Exchanges, Inc., a non-profit organiza- . V fion, is seeking local families to host L , rv. Ea' aPd MaPley, gS$p French and Spanish teenagers for a 3O- A OLDEn DAY. Andrew J. Oon=d in., c tea ,on t,o 50th anniversaries of (L to R) Ft. John Burkus, Ft. Joseph Milan and Ft. I Ill June Amos Enderlin. The three were ordained in 1940. (Fr Albert Schneider) New Dixie - Fr Edward G. Marley, ISp, who has been pastor of St. ; niface here, as well as St. Elizabeth Adona and St. Francis in Little Italy, . r: : yn:2native of Ireland. He rdained a Holy Ghost Father sionary on Mar. 8, 1945, at St. Mary i i ary in Norwalk, CN. : his early years, Fr Marley served the mission's of Tanzania, Africa. er, he was chaplain at V.A. Medical refUter'in Reno, NV. In Arkansas, he been pastor of Sacred Heart parish Iorrilton, and the three churches t Orthcent=l Arkansas. I ere will be farewell parties for him t nday, May 27, at St. Elizabeth in I : , aat 11-30AM and atSt. Boniface I at3 PM " M ii] orleywill be in residence at Holy ; / Church in New Orleans, LA. our advertisers Fr. Edward Marley day stay in Arkansas beginning July 13. The youth, ages 13 to 18, all speak English and bring their own spending money. The host family is asked to provide room and board, along with entertainment reflective Of U.S. life. The students are some of the out- standing future leaders of their coun- tries and have requested to come to Arkansas for the opportunity to prac- tice their English and to learn Ameri- can culture and lifestyles. State coordinator Charles Stephens said that the youth become like "part of a family and that by the end of the visit "it is almost like losing a son or daughter." Stephens said that all visit- ing students invite their host families to visit them in their countries, and as a host family he and his wife and daughter have visited France twice in the past three years. "Some of these kids have been com- ing back to the same family for the past four or five years," he said, adding that the visiting students can be very hell> ful to Arkansas students needing for study foreign language for entrance into college. For more information, contact Char- les or Barbara Stephens, Camp Joe T. Robinson (SPMO), North Little Rock, 721182200; 771-1768. honor The annual Priest Recognition Din- ner was held at St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Center, beginning with a Mass concelebrated by Bishop Andrew J. McDonald, Msgr. James E. O'Connell, Serra Club Chaplain, and eleven hon- orees. A reception and dinner followed. Fr. Donald F. Walker, JCD, Chancel- lor pro tern, provided an insightful re- flection on his stay in Arkansas. Remarks were also given by Fr. David LeSieur, diocesan Vocations Director, ard by Bishop McDonald. The annual recognition program honors priests celebrating their first anniversary of ordination and those celebrating five year incremental anni- versaries. Honored were: Fr. Phillip Rose, 60 years; Fr. Amos H. Enderlin, 50 years; Fr. John E. Barnes, 35 years; Fr. Earl J. Booth, Fr. James E. Savary and Msgr. J. Gaston Hebert, years; Fr. Richard S. Oswald, 25 years; Fr. Thomas Mullaly, SVD, 20 years; Fr,_ William Andrew Smith, 10 years; and Fr. Kevin D. Lee, one year. The Serra Club is an organization of Catholic lay persons whose purpose is the encouragement of religious voca- tions and the active support of those in the religious life. The Greater Little Rock Club was chartered in 1954 and has approximately 70 members. topic of Little Rock - "One in Ten," a confer- ence on gay and lesbian youth in Ar- kansas, will be held Friday, June 15, at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. Registration will begin at 8:30 AM for the conference, which will be held in the Educational II Building. A panel, bearing the conference title, will be held from 9:30 - 11:00 AM, followed by the keynote address by Andy Humm, who will speak on the subject, "Reach- ing Out to Gay and Lesbian Youth: Breaking the Silence." Workshops will indude the topics of youth and AIDS, teaching self-esteem, getting sexuality programs into the schools, religious community response to gay and lesbian youth, growing up gay and lesbian in Arkansas, and edu- cating youth and professionals about sexual orientation. Dr. Jocelyn Elders will deliver the closing address. Registration by June 1 is $20. Advance registration from June 1 - 14 is At the door, registration is $35. For more information, call 375-8525. Little Rock - The Serra Club of Greater Little Rock recently honored diocesan priests celebrating anniversa- ries of their ordinations ranging from one to 60 years, RALPH & SON - LBLr~PIMI illtgtll FUNERAL DIRECTORS CHERRY ST. AT 813"1 AVE. / PHONE 534.3131 501-535-0623 911 Main Street PINE BLUFI~, ARKANSAS 71601 # Dry Cleaning Laundering Spot Removal 0 0 # # # # 0 # # $ # # 0 0 # 0 0 , 26th & Cherry, Pine Bluff 534-4210 535-3486