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BAZAAR: The annual ba- zaar sponsored by the St. Mary Parish in St. V'mcent will be held from 4-10 p.m., Saturday, July 4. The bazaar will have its tradf- ti0nal barbecue beef dinner and all the trimmings along With' ga~es and silent auction. June 6, 1998 Page 3 SCHOLARSHIP: Melissa MMre' a 1998Ount St Mary graduateAcademy Ofin Little Rock, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the of life I Nicole Flores and Terra Whalin, St Mary School StUdents in North Little Rock, prepare to bake bread to share with their families When they receive the Eu- Charist. Their teacher is a. Garrison. Council of Catholic Women president Monica Can (left) and Sister Olimpia Pawlus, OP, present Angie O'Brien with a bouquet of flowers on her 92nd birthday. Charles E. Thoele Scholarship Program. The program was es- tablished by the Sisters of Mercy'Health System-St. Louis. The health system sponsors scholarships for dependents of their employees and Sisters of Mercy-sponsored high schools. Moore is the daughter of Ronald and Lee Ann Moore of Sherwood. ART AWARD: Two Im- maculate Conception School students in Fort Smith were honored recently by having their work chosen to hang in the Arkansas Art Educators' State Art Show. Fifth grader Laura Bradney and fourth grader Brooke English received certificates and trophies at the May 16 reception in Little Rock. Their art teacher is Rebecca Skeen. TRIBUTE: The Council of Catholic Women of St. Peter the Fisherman Church in Mountain Home gave a tribute to the first president of CCW, Angle O'Brien, on her 92nd birthday May 5. The council hosted its annual luncheon and fashion show for 108 members and guests. VOCATIONS AWARE- NESS DAY: Fifth graders from seven Northeast Arkansas par- ishes attended recently the an- nual Vocations Awareness Day at Blessed John Newman Uni- versity Parish and Holy Angels Convent in Jonesboro. Seventy students and their sponsors at- tended four information ses- sions. The presenters were from St. Scholastica Monastery in Fort Smith, Subiaco Abbey, Holy Angels Convent, the Society of Jesus, the diaconate and Diocese of Little Rock. The students from were St. Michael, Chero- kee Village; St. Francis of Assisi, Forrest City; St. Mary, Helena; Blessed Sacrament, Jonesboro; St. Mary, Paragould; St. Paul, Pocahontas; and St. Michael, West Memphis. The Knights of Columbus from Louis Duester Council #1702 provided lunch. Later, stu- dents toured the motherhouse and attended Mass. Class of 1998 Twenty-four graduates from area high schools enjoy brunch in their honor following Mass at St. Patrick Church in North Little Rock. The parish sponsors the event annually for its graduates. e looking for'a few good men' In order to have a good Class for edu- office, under the lead- Duke, continues , seek- new Diaconate stardng in January 1999. be kind enough to con- sacred opportunity to your people, even if John visited your cation and formation, we look for at least 15 to 20 candidates, As the old movies put it, "We need a few good men." For your convenience, I am enclosing the list of scheduled dates for meetings with John Duke and his staff. Your friend, Bishop of Little Rock Information sessions are now bei held time and location most convenient for you: more information, contact the Diocese of Llttle Rock Diaconate Office at (SOl) 664-03A4) ext. $14. Congratulations on the occasion or your 25th anniversary of ordination to the priesthood May God bless you as He has blessed us with your presence at our parish From all of us at St. Anthony Weiner Fr. James M. Dixon, SJ June 7, 1973 - June 7, 1998 HOSPICE HOME CARE, INC, 666-9697 0r z/L. 1-800-479-1219 @ Physician Home visits Medical Equipment N~ @ Medications @ Spiritual Cam Home Health Aids 4. Volunteers Grief Support Groups 24 hr. Emetgmcy Call Ct~lia Troppoli, Exec. Dir., Holy Souls Dr. ~ Travi~, Med. Dir., Christ the King " Adding LIFE to days when days emmet he added to life. Jr. High~High School Youth Minister indMdual who loves God AND young people to coordinate Life Teen Mass and lead Life nigh= for grades 9-12 and also work with Jr. High ministry. Our Lady of Prompt Succor, a parish of 1,500 families in the heart of Louisi- ana in Alexandria, needs a dynamic indi- vidual to lead this 4-year-ofd ministry in this position. Individual should have good communication & creative program design skills. Degree preferred in religious studies or related field and prior experience, especially with Life Teen or Youth would be excellenL Send resume by June 15 to: Youth Minister Search Commilbe, OUr Lady of Prompt Sic. cor Church, 401 21st St'set, Alexandria, LA 71301 or fax to: (318) 445-8471.