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Volume 87, Number 22 The Diocese of Little Rock Weekly Newspaper June 6, 1998 "0 Estimated 650 teen-agers from throughout state to attend convention this weekend in Fort Smith BZMalea Waiters She still has scrapbooks and iTOR photo albums from her days at the first convention and other school Youth ministry in the diocese events. She said the convention was celebrate 50 years of conven- one of the first Catholic youth .aJr>this weekend by bringing activities she participated in,. .carat former Catholic Youth Min- "There really weren t any members. Catholic ,youth organizations at More than 650 high school the time, she said. ~uth and their adult leaders will Phyllis Enderlin, diocesan di- jua former convention attendees rector of youth and campus min- ~the 50th annual convention istries, invited Nabholz and oth- urte 5-7 at the Fort Smith Con- Ver~tion Center. :t;Senfdo,thit?yeefirst convention to at least one person in atten fi0t ce attended the first conven- "In a way it is a celebration of . a on May 13-15, 1949 in Little youth ministry,, in the diocese, Rock. That year's theme was "17 Enderlin said. It is good to know you have a connection back to the Fashion the Image of Christ in ou past.' Y0Uth.,, Enderlin said each parish par- i, .ROse Marie Nabholz, who was a 6cipating is encouraged to bring J' u0r at Mount St Mary Academy at least one former CYM mem- Little Rock, attended the first ~ke~tion and will be a banquet bet who attended a convention 15 yem-s ago or more. The fommr ] er at this ),ear's convention, convention-atten tees will carry a aack.then, we didn't travel as' banner made by their parish milch ,, .t. , ~ne said. "It was the f'u-st youth in the grand parade of thee I met people from all around parishes in the opening ceremo- _ state. I had never visited a lot nies. During the parade, one teen OrOther parishes in Little Rock." See Convention page 12 13iocesan appointments announced by bishop 1- ~ishop Andrew J. McDonald announces the fol- appointme[ ts: MAy 29, 1998: Mark Wood, leave of absence Ea Xc'l- MAy 31, 1998: S- ,eacon Charles E. Andrus, assigned to Parish of " LUke, Warren l~ ~I~eaCOn Warren T. "Bud" Baldwin, HI, assigned rarish of Our Lady of the Holy Souls, Little Rock .l _aeon Raymond E. Brust, assigned to Parish of St. Vincent de Paul, Rogers l o eon John J. Burns, assigned to Parish of St. ce, Fort Smith l .._ .aeon Roy Goetz, assigned to Parish of St. Paul, I ?"C Ontas [,.~_ aCOn Daniel Hennessey, III, assigned to Parish [ '~ ~rist the King, Litde Rock / ~.aqe'n Joseph D. Kramer, assigned to Parish of / chael, Van Buren isl.ll .raoen Laurence j. IJpsmeyer, assigned to Par- Sacred Heart of Jesus, Hot Springs Village St. Richard J. Papini, assigned to Parish of Russellville 0f ,L aeon John j. Marschewski, assigned to Parish tramaculate Conception, North Little Rock n Richard L Patterson, assigned to Parish " aast the King, Little Rock l .ae.on Frank Zanoff, assigned to Parish of St. ""4tcls of Assisi, Fairfield Bay Francis I Malone, JGL ! The first Catholic Youth Ministry convention in 1949 included a formal dance. Bishop ordains 12 men for diaconate By Malea Waiters EDITOR i Without sa ug a word, Bishop AndrewJ. McDomdd imposed his hands on the heads of 12 married men and called upon the Holy Spirit to ordain the men as deacons for the Diocese of Little Rock. Bishop McDonald said the imposition of hands is "no empty gesture." "I will release the power and the gift of the Holy Spirit upon you," he said in his homily. The overflow crowd on Pentecost Sunday, May 31 at the Cathedral of St. Andrew included the families and friends from the men's home parishes. As a sym- bol of the wives' important role in the diaconate pro- gram, the women assisted their husbands in putting on the stole and dalmatic following consecration. Those ordained were Charles E. Andrus, Warren; Warren Baldwin III, Litde Rock; Raymond Brust, Rogers; John J. Burns, Fort Smith; Roy Goetz, Pocahontas; Dfiniel Hennessey III, Litde Rock; Jo- seph Kramer, Van Buren; Laurence Lipsmeyer, Hot Springs Village;John Marschewski, North Litde Rock; Richard Papini, RusselMlle; Richard Patterson, Litde Rock; and Frank Zanoff, Fairfield Bay. The ordination Mass was filled with tears from many of those in attendance. Deacon Daniel Hennessey III of Christ the King Parish in Litde Rock See Deacons page 12 : :INSIDE I Catholic men enjoy Promise Keepers I conference in Little Rock ......... , ............ p. 2 [ Vatican planning for Holy Year 2000 '[ celebrations ..................... . ...... , .............. p. 9 t