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St. at th Act O e RoCk tits thl ,is hel Priesthood Not Unnatural, First Mass Ti00rong Told 00nest Is 'Man of Love- Deep Love,of Christ, ' Preacher Says lnatural . . because there is Rev. Robert T. I)ienert, Church bond of love between Christ His priests..." :So spoke The Rev. James W. tlgcnt of St. John's lhnnc Mis- Seminary here as he the sermon last Sun- at: the First Solemn Mass of of the seven young men or- to the Arkansas priest. on Ascension Thnrs(lay. "The tIoly Priesthood is not not unnatural," he de- "because it is not the up of love. Love cannot given up. God ttimsclf is In the priesthood there is intimate personal union be- Christ and His priests..." "This union is not intended the )riest himself," Father Rather, it ex- "in order that the priest make Christ known and The priest is to be a of love. ltis is not a love- life, nor a lifeless love. love is Christ, His life is Nugent preached at First Solemn Mass of The Thomas J. Donahue in Souls Church here, as nlilar Masses and sermons being offered and preach- in four other Arkansas lrches and in a church in Mich. other new Arkansas who went "unto the A1- (f God" for their First Masses, and the church- lrl which they celebrated are: Rev. Harold D. Luneau, Patrick's Church, North Lit- Rock; The Rev. Guy R. St. Paul's Church, Poca- atas; The Rev. Loyd T. Harp- hnmaculate Conception Fort Smith; The Rev. of lhe Nativity of Our Lord, De- troit, Mich. The seventh new Arkansas priest, The Rev. Walter J. Weicicoskie, will celebrate his First Solemn Mass next Sunday, June 10, at 10 A.M. in Sacred Heart Church, New Philadel- phia, Pa. Father Luneau will celebrate his Second Solemn Mass next Sunday, June 10, at 8 A.M. in St. Luke's Church, Warrefl, Ark., and Father Dien- ert will celbcrate his second Solemn Mass at noon next Sun- day in St. Joachim's Church, Pittsburgh, Pa. Throngs of relatives and friends were on hand for all of the First Solemn Masses last Sunday, and at receptions for the newly-ordained later in the day. Father Nugent noted the "great responsibility" that goes with the Holy Priesthood "to know and love Christ in order to make Him known to others," and the "great privilege" of be- ing "living proof of Christ's love." He pleaded for prayers "for all priests . . .that they may be men madly in love with Christ . . . that they may be true to their vocation. Without Christ," he declared, "the living of the priesthood is impossible. Numerous out-of-state rela- tives and friends came to Little Rock for the Ascension Thurs- day ordinations at St. Andrew's Cathedral. Some travelled as much as 1300 miles. Some of those who travelled farthest were relatives and friends of The Roy. Robert T. Dennert, one of the seven ordi- nondi. Among them were his CON-CELEBRATING ORDINATION MASS The seven new priests, ordained by His Excel- lency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher on Ascension Thursday, are pictured above with their assist- ants as they read the prayers of the ordination Mass with the Bishop. From the far left in the front row are The Very Rev. Msgr. Edward N. Itinckley, V.F., pastor of St. Patrick's par- ish, North Little Rock, and the newly-ordained Father Harold Luneau; The Rev. Rather De- Clerk, pastor of St. Agnes parish, Mena, and Father Guy R. Baltz; The Very Rev. Msgr. Thomas F. Walshe, V.F., pastor of Immaculate RETREATS (Continued from Page 1) B. Morris. More recently the movement has expanded to the cities of Hot Springs and Fort Smith and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Butler of Detroit; his grand- mother, Mrs. Catherine Krol- icky of Pittsburgh, Pa.; an aunt, Mrs. Ann Janos of Her- minie, Pa., and two cousins, Robert McKinley and Joseph S. Lubas of McKees Rocks, Pa. 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GENERAL ELECTRIC  Goodyear Tires" and Batteries CENTRAL Heating and Air Conditioning Conway Phone FA 9-2832 1015 Oak FARRIS AGENCY, Inc. "INSURANCE I OUR BUSINESS" Phone FA 9-5676 1118 Oak Street Conway, Ark. PARIS Joseph's Church. Sunday 7 and 9 A.M. Holyday 6 and 8:30 A.M. RUSSELLVILLE John's Church. Sunday 6:30 and 10:00 A.M. Yday Mass: 7 and 11:30 A.M. Conception parish, Fort Smith, and Father Loyd T. llarper; The Right Rev. Msgr. Francis A. Allen, V.F., pastor of Holy Souls parish, Lit- tle Rock, and Father Thomas J. Donahue. In the background, from left, are The Very Rev. Msgr. Lawrence P. Graves, Little Rock dioc- esan officialis and Father Leo T. Sweeney; Fath- er Robert T. Dienert, whose assistant, The Rev. John Doyle of Catholic High School, is hidden behind Father Harper, and Father Waiter J. Weicicoskie, whose assistant, The Rev. John E. Barnes, diocesan C.C.D. director, is hidden be- hind Monsignor Allen. ADAMS * CONTRACTORS Plumbing & Electrical harlestn Paris hones Phones 1'/8 or 112 5 or 510 Subiaco Abbey as more and more people make retreats. St. John's Seminary, central- ly located in ,he capital city, with its religious atmosphere and dormitory and dining room facilities has provided an ideal place for the retreats. THE GUARDIAN JUNE 8, 1962--3 Q HIEGEL LUMBER COMPANY Complete Millwork Service Plumbing Supplies Benjamin-Moore Paints & Varnishes 860 OAK ST. Phone FA 9-2941 CONWAY, ARKANSAS LITTLE ROCK -- PHONE FRanklin 5-4093 PENTECOST (Continued from Page 1) guard for Bishop Fletcher dur- ing tim processional, during the Mass and the recessional. Honor Guard Captain John A. Hunter said Sir Knights will assemble in full regalia at the Cathedral recl:ory at 9 A.M. next Sunday. The Assistant Priest at the Little Rock Pontifical Mass will be The Right Roy. Msgr. James E. O'Connell, rector of Sl. John's Home Missions Semi- nary. The Deacons of Honor will be The Very Rev. Msgr. John E. Murphy, the seminary's vice rector, and The Very Rev. Msgr. John M. Bann, Bishop Fletcher's secretary. The Deacon of the Mass will be The Rev. Joseph H. Biltz, of the seminary faculty, and the Subdeacon will be The Rev. J. Gaston Hebcrt of the faculty of Catholic High School. The Little Rock diocesan chancellor, The Right Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. Murray, will be Master of Ceremonies. Assist- ing him will be The Rev. Al- bert C. Ernst and The Rev. Wal- ter B. Clancy of the faculty of St. John's Seminary. ORDINATION (Continued from Page 1) and four brothers, all of whom will be on hand in Conway for his First Solemn Mass. They are Mrs. W. E. (Barbara) Ket- cheside of Conway, Mrs. Joe- (Helen) Eckelhoff of Santa Bar- bara, Calif., Mrs. Charles (Mar- tha) McNeil of Little Rock, Mrs. J. C. (Ernestine) Moix of E1 Paso, Texas, Leo J. Setter of Doming, New Mexico; Charles, Louis and Larry Setter, all of Conway. Father Seiter's parents, his brothers, Leo and Charles, and an uncle, William Setter of Con- way, all were on hand in Nor- walk last Wednesday for his or- dination. For Reservation And Tickets AIR . STEAMSHIP . RAIL HOTELS . TRAVEL AND LUGGAGE INSURANCE AMERICAN TRAVELERS CHEQUES No Service Charge Kruger Travel Bureau 109 East 7th St. - Ph. FR 4.9272 call Won't YOU HELP Your DIOCESE AID the NEEDY Your DISCARDS will support a TWO FOLD program -- the CATH- OLIC YOUTH and the NEEDY who have little to spend. We need CLOTHING, SHOES, COATS and HATS for babies, chil- dren, men and women. Also DISHES, LINENS, etc. Help our YOUTH-- Help the NEEDY. Phone FR 2-8926, FR 4-8522, or bring your packages to Catholic Youth Clothing And Furniture Store 316 West 6th St. Little Rock