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11 ARKANSAS CATHOUC JUNE 24, 1990 Julian Lane, CFP, of the Broth- of the Poor of St. Francis, re- his Master of Arts in Ministe- Theology recently from LaSalle liversity in philadelphia, PA. Lane serves as Liturgist, Direc- 'of Religious Education and Bible teacher at Morris School, is run by the Brothers. He is the instructor for the first sac- classes at St. James in and is a commissioned Lay for priestless Sundays for school and his local parish. al gathering for August MO - Rev. Harry G. of the Archdiocese of San Fran- is to the be keynote speaker for Pastoral Gather- set for Aug. 24 - 25 in Springfield, 8chlitt is to present the conference "Focus on Our Future." Origi- ' from the Diocese of Springfield- Girardeau, he presently is direc- of special ects for Santa Fe in Burbank, CA. He also created and hosted music for Catholic and secular since 1965. include Jerry K. Finn, of Catholic youth ministries for Catholic parishes in southern Indi- Mary Gold, a Catholic school prin- the Archdiocese of Denver, CO; Pat Mulkey, OSF, and Rev. Roger OMI, from the Oblate Mission Band in Bellville, IL; Rev. Lind, pastor of St. Francis parish in Littleton, CO; and 3eth Loescher, director of The Center in Denver. fee is $35, which includes lunch plus $12.50 for an optional ay evening dinner. Checks, payable Missouri Pastoral Gather- may be lailed to the Diocese of )e Girardeau, 601 S. Springfield, MO, 65806-$107. Pro-nuncio named by Vatican Vatican City (CNS) - Archbishop Agostino Cacciavillan, 63, the Vatican's representaliw in India since 1981, has been named the new apostolic pro- nuncio to the U.S. He succeeds Archbishop Pio Laghi, the Vatican's representative in the U.S. for nearly ten years. Laghi earlier this year was appointed head of the Vatican Congregation for Catholic Education. Cacciavillan, who will also hold the rank of Vatican ambassador to the U.S., also was named the Vatican's perma- nent observer to the Organization of American States based in Washington. Laghi also held that position. An apostolic delegate is the pope's representative to the Catholic Church in a counlry which does not have dip- lomatic relations with the Holy See. The Vatican Embassy in Washington was called the apostolic delegation from its establishment in January 1893 until it was raised to an embassy 91 years later. CRS delivers food to Liberians Reported by CRS Baltimore - As rebel forces advance on the Liberian capital of Monrovia, Catholic Relief Services (CRS) person- nel are working to distribute food to upwards of 7,000 displaced people. CRS is the only American private voluntary agency remaining in Liberia. Rebel forces led by former Liberian senior civil servant Charles Taylor are approaching the capital in an attempt to overthrow military ruler Samuel K. Doe. Hundreds of civilians have been killed or injured in the fighting which has been motivated, in part, by tribal rivalries. CRS' two expatriate staff have re- mained in the capital despite the evacu- ation of the United Nations staff and the recommendation by the U.S. Embassy for Americans to leave the increasingly tense city. The CRS per- sonnel are currently distributing food left behind by the United Nations World Food Programme and locally purchased food to hospitals, missions, and other sites that are sheltering Liberians displaced by the fighting. CRS staff anticipate that a larger shipment of rice - 3,500 tons - origi- nally destined for Cote d'Ivoire, will arrive in Monrovia in early July. CRS hopes to distribute this food to many of the tens of Ihousands of civilians who have fled fllcir homes. Heating & Ventilating Systems I Gutter Work | 508 Scott St. Little Rock 375-8229,/ New York Toasted Praline Coffee. Dell & Gourmet Coffee House ] Green Mountain Plaza, Little Rock | 228-9900 Mon.- SaL 10 "dl 6 | We accept all major credit cards. | John Michael Talbot and Staff invite you to experience Christian growth and healing on the "holy mountain"... SATANISM & THE OCCULT luly 5 - 8 A workshop in setting of prayer & liturgy, considers ways of recognizing Satanism & occult phenomena & dealing with them within the context of the Church & our rela- tionship with God; with Ft. Richard McAlear. P.O., director Our Lady of Hope Center, New York; & Elizabeth Brennan, professional counselor, American Associa- tion of Christian Therapists. A CATHOLIC EDUCATOR LOOKS AT PARENTING August 3 - 5 A distinguished educator shares discipli- nary methods with parents which apply effectively in the home. Retreat director St. Edna Ann Hebert is a Dominican holding AMI certification, with 23 years teaching' experience in creative Montessori tech- niques. School authorities should be con- tacted for possible in-service credit. Write or call for information and complete 1990 schedule: Little Portion Retreat Center at MORE Mountain Route 4, Box 430 Eureka Springs, AR 72632 (501) 253-7379 407-409 West 7th Street Little Rock 372-2582 WE WILL BE CLOSED FOR VACATION FROM JUNE 29 THROUGH JULY 8. WE WILL REOPEN ON JULY 9. When we return shop our selection of books on Medjugorje. I I "THE POEM OF THE MAN-GOD". | :'wo'MEEJRDsUGFRoORJEHEATHEEN'MESSAGE I plus others.., j "/> // ./..t // I'/ // // // // ,r/ // // // // // // ,t'/ /'i 1"/ // l/ /! ,z'/ // /-! f',/ // /-/ /i .// /i // // ..4j // // // .// /t // I/ // ,zx;