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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 18, 1982 What's Happening Here and There Around the Diocese LITTLE ROCK FORT SMITH A "State-Wide Pro-Life Greg Spires has been Workshop" will be held named Knight of the Year by Saturday, July 31, at the Knights of Columbus Council Evangel Community Church, 996. 900 South Pine Street. The workshop will consist of NORTH LITTLE ROCK several topics and presen- Bill Tausch was named rations will allow discussion Knight of the Month by time. For more information, Knights of Columbus Council contact Saundra Meeks (225- 6253. The Bill Shaw family 0006) or Sister Cecilia Ann was selected as Family of the Moix (6644)340, Extension 56). Month. Jc.n the STAG Line fIFE - EMMETT HOFFMAN Distributor Edward L. Hoyt AGENT AUTO, LIFE, FIRE AND HEALTH INSURANCE Office 753-0834 Home 982-3031 PFIEFER-HILLCREST PLUMBING & HEATING Prompt and Efficient 376-6000 Mr. Frank's Service Ten Years In the Same Location 5903 "R" St. - Ph. 666-9293 In the Heights Shopping Center Optician... FRANK ZAKRZEWSKI "The Smiling Irishman" Rx Filled "Pete" Zakrzewski Fran Yaniger Lamps Lamp Shades Repairs R S,ree, " Dttle Rock. AR 72207 501/666-2628 lll([]| NEW DIXIE- LITTLE ITALY- ADONA Due to the annual bazaar at St. Boniface Church, New Dixie, Sunday, June 20, which is sponsored by Knights of Columbus Council 6680, the following Mass times will be in effect: St. Boniface Church, 11 A.M.; St. Francis, Little Italy, 9 A.M., and St. Elizabeth's, Adona, Saturday, June 19, 5 P.M. This change is for this one weekend only. LITTLE ROCK John Bauman, Jr., has been elected navigator for Knights of Columbus Fourth Degree Bishop Andrew Byrne Assembly. Other officers chosen for the coming year are Charles Peach, Jr., faithful captain; Edward Cassidy, admiral; James Haley, pilot; Edward Newtown, comptroller; Joseph Kordsmeier, purser; Don Hasler, scribe; John Burke, inside sentinel; Rudy Semasek, outside sentinel; Calvin Chun, three-year trustee; Herman Binz, two- year trustee, and Henry Miller, one-year trustee. FORT SMITH Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court Joan of Arc 482 will hold a family picnic at Columbus Acres Friday, June 25, starting at 6 P.M. Meat and drinks will be furnished. Members are asked to bring a vegetable or salad. NORTH LITTLE ROCK Saint Anne's Youth recently celebrated a memorial Mass for the parish in memory of Father James P. McDonnelrs 40th anniversary of his or- dination to the priesthood. Bishop Andrew J. McDonald of Little Rock was the prin- cipal celebrant. SAY mem- bers and their parents also visited Eureka Springs and attended the Great Passion Play. They were ac- companied by Father Joseph M. Correnti, who offered Mass in St. Elizabeth's Church. ST. VINCENT The annual St. Mary's Bazaar will be held Saturday, July 3, beginning at 5 P.M. on the church grounds. A country ham dinner will be served and box lunches will be available. A dance will follow. CROWN LIQUORS 6811 Rogers Avenue., Fort Smith, AR TELEPHONE" 452-0360 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT IN CASE YOU MISSED OUR AD LAST WEEK, CROWN LIQUORS IS NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. EMMA REINTS AND BOBBLE REGAN INVITE YOU TO COME BY AND VISIT WITH THEM WHEN YOU ARE SHOPPING FOR FATHER'S DAY GIFTS. THE PRICES ARE JUST RIGHT FOR YOU. A FEW OF OUR FATHER'S DAY SPECIALS! THIS WEEK ONLY GILBEY'S GN 7.50 $5.65 ANCIENT AGE I .75 $I 3.50 GALLO WINES 1.5 Mag $4.20 J & B RARE SCOTCH Liter $14.50 All Beer Discounted by the Case! Ample parking. Conveniently located on Rogers Avenue between O'Loughlin's Restaurant and OG & E Plant. Incarnate Chapter Underway Houston, Texas -- From June 13 to June 23, the 1982 General Chapter of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word are meeting at Villa de Matel in its second session. At its first session in March, the Chapter elected Congregational leadership for the next four years. The present session is dealing with important affairs of the Congregation: matters of religious and community life which will later be in- corporated into the final revision of theongregation's Constitutions; criteria surrounding congregation and individual commitment to mission; opening and closing of institutions; the role of the laity and of religious in the apostolate of health care and education; the vocation to religious life, recruitment, development, renewal. On all of these issues, the 40 Sister-delegates are centering their deliberations on the theme, "Values Of Jesus -- Empower Us To Serve." Edwardo Cardinal Pironio, Prefect of the Sacred Congregation for Religious and Secular Institutes, has commented that a Chapter of a religious congregation is a matter of great interest to the Church. A Chapter should look at Christ, should be present to the world, should be integrated in the local Christian community. As preparation for its meeting, the congregation has con- ducted some surveys among co-workers, colleagues and volunteers in its various apostolates. The Sisters are asking the readers of the diocesan paper to join with them in praying for the guidance of the Holy Spirit on their deliberations. LITTLE ROCK Catholic Daughters of the Americas Our Lady of Per- petual Help Court 1223 will meet Sunday, June 20, at 2 P.M. at Our Lady of the Holy Souls Parish Hall, 1000 North Tyler Street. Final plans for attendance at the national convention in Chicago will be completed. Regent Rosemary Kelley will preside. FORT SMITH INSIGHT, the Catholic television series, will present a story of betrayal and forgiveness Sunday, June 20, at 5 P.M. when Station KFSM airs "When Heroes Fall." NORTH LITTLE ROCK Father Bede E. Luibel, O.S.B., will offer a 5:30 P.M. Mass for the Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court Queen of Peace 1809 Saturday, June 19, at the Elks Pavilion. A picnic and Chinese auction will follow. ADONA St. Elizabeth Church's annual Bazaar and Picnic will be held Saturday, June 26, starting at 5 P.M. Home-made spaghetti and sausage will be served. NORTH LITTLE ROCK Anne Hess, daughter of Mrs. Lilly Hess, 411 Mills, received her Bachelor of Arts degrees in youth ad- ministration and social sciences in recent graduation ceremonies at Rockhurst College in Kansas City, Me. Rockhurst is a co-educational college of liberal arts and sciences educating its students in the 450-year Jesuit tradition. It is one of 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States. Pope's Trip Continued from Pg. 1 Government House, president and army commander General Leopoldo F. Galtieri, air force commander General Basilio Lami Doze and navy commander Admiral Jorge isaac Anaya knelt and kissed the Pope's ring for a blessing. Galtieri had made a similar gesture at the airport when the Pope arrived. Noticeably tired after a i5- hour flight from Rome and a 20-mile motorcade to the cathedral, the pontiff ap- peared surprised when the Argentine rulers, all Catholics, fell to their knees instead of reaching out to shake his hand. But the Pope and the president quickly sat in gilt-trimmed chairs and started chatting informally. Then the pontiff and the junta held an off-the-record session. In the cathedral, the Pope said, "I have come to pray for all those who have lost life, for the victims on both sides and for the families who are suffering, just as I did in Great Britain." In an airport arrival statement, the Pope termed his visit "pastoral and ec- clesiastical" and "above all political intention." "It is simply a meeting of the father of the faith and his children who are suffering," he said. The pontiff went to Argentina's holiest shrine, the basilica of Lujan 40 miles northwest of Buenos Aires, Sisters Continued from Pg. 1 teachers asked the Sisters at the motherhouse to pray for the success of their classes and the Sisters responded that they would pray that God would bless their endeavors in the Bible Vacation Schools. where he celebrated ternoon Mass for estimated 500,000 gathered in and church. Many cheered and "Long live the Pope," the pontiff arrived and sang hymns. 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