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I ,+ in le le id lg ARKANSAS CATHOLIC June 12, 1999 Page 3 $AII 'S STORY: The story of St. Theresa Benedicta of the Cross will be told through a slide and lecture presen- tation from 7-9 p.m., Sunday, June 13 in the Family Life Center at Christ the King Church in Little Rock. Sigrid Schulze of Syracuse, N.Y., will present the life of the Carmelite nun bet- ter known as Edith Stein who grew up Jewish. Schulze, a Secular Carmelite who was present at the canonization in Rome Oct. 11, 1998, collected materials in rmany where Edith Stein lived and Worked. VISITOIL . Two speakers recently visited the students at Our Lady of Fatima School in Benton. Sister Yvonne Lerner, OSB, of Holy Angels Convent inJonesboro and Father _ teve Schroeppel, a Maryknoll priest la'orn Tanzania, spoke to the students about vocations. Sister Yvonne taught the children a song, "Get me God, get me good, get me real good." Father Schroeppel is currently traveling the country to speak on vocations. GRADUATE: Joseph C. Pieroni, a member of Our Lady of the Lake ChUrch in Lake, Village, recently received a bachelor s degree in finance from Delta State University in Cleveland, Miss. Pieroni was selected to received the Bank Finance Award and the Outstanding Achievement in Bank Management Award. He plans to pursue his .master s degree in business adminis- traiMASStion OF THANKSGMNG: Deacon Jl" Ce Quoc Tuan will be ordained June ltbY Archbishop Justin Rigali in St. , uis and will offer a Mass of hanksgiving at 10 a.m., Saturday, June 19 at Christ the King Church in Fort Smith. The public is invited to attend the Mass. A private lunch will follow at a local restau- rant. Tuan, a native ......of Vietnam, es- caped his home- . l Quoc Tu m land in 1975 and ------- -- lived at a refugee C at Fort Chaffee for a short period. ter living briefly in Poteau, Okla., Tuan resettled in Fort Smith and was active in Polish Mass Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Marche recently received an antique framed picture of a Polish Mass. The image was brought over from Poland more than 100 years ago by Angela and Stanislaus Kaczka and was donated to the church by Angeline Kaczka and family. The print depicts scenes with Mary and generals from the United States and Poland. the Vietnamese community there. Tuan's from Southwestern State University in parents lived in Fort Smith until 1996 Weatherford, Okla., with a degree in when they relocated to Oklahoma City. pharamacy in 1981. In 1989 he joined Tuan, a 1976 graduate of Catholic the Society of Jesus, or Jesuits, and was High School in Little Rock, graduated ordained a deacon in March 1998. Tuan has two uncles who are priests, one serving in Vietnam and the other serving in Tulsa. Another relative was ordained to the priesthood in Los Angeles last year. AWARD: The Romeo (Retired Old Men Eating Out) Club of Christ the King Church in Little Rock recently presented Man of the Year awards to two retirees who have contributed to the parish. Ray Czech has provided the Eucharist to those living in nursing homes for more than 20 years. Jerry Heft led the parish's medical mission to Honduras this spring and headed up the hurricane relief drive to the country last fall. GATHF INGz Father Henry Bord- eaux, OCD, chaplain at Our Lady of Guadalupe Community in Glenwood, will lead a Charismatic Encuentro in Spanish at the former high school gym on Highway 70 in Glenwood. The gathering will be held from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. June 12-13. A Chicago group will lead the congregation in prayers and singing. For more informa- tion, call Father Bordeaux at (501) 888- 3052 or Our Lady of Guadalupe at (870) 356-5185. The boys' basketball team at St. Patrick School in North Little Rock topped the parochial league. BASKETBALL TRAM: The Men's Club at St. Patrick School in North Little Rock honored the eighth grade boys and girls basketball teams with a dinner May 16. The boys' team ended its season with first place tournament and second place league trophies in the parochial league. Eric Hendon is the coach. The girls' team ended its season with first place tournament and third place league trophies. Kasia Koch is the coach. COMPANY R E A L T O R S Opening Doors in Northwest Arkansas. Philip Taldo Affordable Health Insurance for Individuals, Families and Small Businesses in Arkansas RP.O. Plan provides $20 office visits (no need to meet deductible prior to visit) Prescription drug benefits include $10 for generics and $40 for name-brand (34-day supply, no deductible) Wellness Benefits (preventive care benefits) after six months: you pay $20, we pay up to $150 for routine physicals, etc. (in network) /vledical Savings Accounts (MSAs) available Term Life Insurance BNIT BARRY i hum lie lilt Immmw, lue, Sth 6enerotlon Cmholic Fomikj in Ft. Smith Member, Christ the Kin9 Parish /llUiOl)7024OU ~--L ........ Ii __..ran ~ |~'-" JL L i: ~ :7 )i : : .... : I All-you-c n eat! Served family style. I $9/adults and $4.50/dfildren. Plates-to-go available I