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THIE (-O-ARDiA-N-, JuLY S-. 1974 PAGE 3 rch Ark/ irc ,.Nt f |h ;5- MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER July 19 - 21 New Subiaeo Abbey's Coury House Subiaco, Arkansas A Marriage Encounter enriches married life. Those who have lived the experience recommend it highly. Interested couples may register for the forthcoming En- counter by filling out and mailing the coupon below, enclosing $10 deposit q STREET ADDRESS I CITY and PARISH | MAIL TO: MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER [ ST. JOHN'S CENTER P. O. BOX 7565, LITTLE ROCK, AR 72207 I mu m mllm llm li lm ulmm mliimnlilU l 1 1 1 1 l For Information, Call: Joe A. & Alice Roll 562-4090 Fred & Tammy Woell 225-9287 i -00other of 3 Benedictines Dies ?ine Bluff -- A Concelebrated !ss of Christian Burial was ered in St. Joseph's Church re recently for " Mrs. tgdalene Dasbach Renz, 92, 1200 West 30th, who is sur- fed by 72 direct descendants, - Uding three daughters who Benedictine Sisters from St. holastica Convent Fort lith. principal celebrant. Con- celebrating the June 17 Mass was Father Leo A. Riedmueller, pastor of St. Joseph's parish, Fayetteville, a cousin of Mrs. Renz. The three Religious survivors are Sister M. Coletta, O.S.B., of Shoal Creek, Sister M. Tarcisia, O.S.B., formerly of Verona, A. Renz in 1906. The family lived in Morrilton, McGehee and Minden, La., before moving to Pine Bluff in 1957. Mr. Renz died there in 1958. Mrs. Renz died June 13. Besides her three daughters in religious life, Mrs. Renz is survived by four other daughters, Mrs. J. B. Kellogg of Bellaire, Texas, Mrs. F. H. e pastor, Father John F. Herron of Houston, Mrs. T. J. Mo., nOW assigned in Onnell V F was the Clarksville, and Sister M. Lovettof Jacksonville and Mrs. .... Donata, O.S.B., of Altus. Reel B. Beasley of Pine Bluff; -v,,__ .. Mrs. Renz was born in Shoal three sons, JoeRenz of Hun- gl Creek Oct. 17,1881, daughter of tingtonBeach, Calif., Leo S. Renz dton the late Frederick and of Ringgold, La., and Edward T. -.. ewoo Catherine Keber Dasbach. She RenzofHouston; abrother, Joe moved to a farm near Little Dasbach of St. Louis; 32 Rock at an early age and lived grandchildren and 3&great Center '"iss.-o & Cantrell  there until she married James grandchildren. Wou0000 " oe -- The Catholic t S'ngers, c-o CYO Office, Youth Singers of Little Rock 2500 North Tyler, Little Rock, and Fort Smith will sponsor a Ark. 72207. workshop at St. John's Center here Saturday July 27, from 9 =e 1 DO-NUT SHOP A.M. to 9:30 'P.M. for young 00lrlpenas persons, CYO adult advisors 664-5353 7514 Cantrell Rd. [(',;11 fl "The Greatest-Name in Do-Nuts" 0000LAHE EWELERS, Inc. :" DIAMONDS GIFTS i SILVERVARE JEWELRY WATCHES ANGLEWOOD SHOPPING CEITER and pastors interested in organizing parish folk groups. George Weidl, CYS adult advisor, said the workshop will provide guidance on organizing such groups and will involve singing, learning new and old songs, guitar chords and guitar techniques. Those attending also will be given suggestions for planning a liturgy with a particular theme. The registration fee will be $6.50, which will cover meals and soft drinks. Overnight accommodations in Fletcher Hall will be provided for $6 additional. Mandy Tucker and Mark Mauer, CYS student leaders, CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 their own, and thus provide on their part for the needs of the Church, especially for the support of its ministers. The new norms reaffirm the old rules that require a pastor to say a Mass "pro populo" (for the intentions of the people) every Sunday and holy day of obligation. For those Masses, pastors are not allowed to ac- cept a stipend. When a priest must say two or three Masses in one day, his local bishop may allow him to receive stipends for the ad- ditional Masses, but he must turn them over to some charitable cause and cannot keep them for his own use. This was allowed with special -SOUTH SIDE appealed to those planning to permission in individual cases L/ -.bL ........ attend to send notification in the past, and in 1969 the Vatican Congregation for Catholic Education gave a temporary general permission for bishops to allow this: but the new rules give bishops that authority permanently -- a move that the Vatican press office described as "part of the process of gradual decen- INSURCE [ Musical tralization." S00o,e now .arms a,so 00ive bishops permission in some (LRKANSAS BANKI cases to transfer the obligation of Masses to different times and places, other than those t & TRUST CO. -   determined by a donor, if there is sufficient reason to do so. loyd H. Bryant, Ins, Mgr " Hammond Organs - Pianos The norms also allow bishops COMPLETE COVERAGE kutO-Home-Business- Life BROADWAY SQUARE J. PHONE 624-4611 " Chas. W. Moenster "'All Your Insurance Needs." U *AUTO 0  * LIFE I NA 3-6648 I .on-llot Springs, Ark.J Band Instruments Records - Sheet Music 623-1212 911 Central i i i MEEKS NEON Manufacturing Co. SALES LEASE . SERVICE Plastic Signs & Letters From  L&RGr=S'r Te The Samllest HOT SPRINGS 509 Summer Ph. 623-6762 to reduce the number of com- munity Masses for benefactors in "cathedral or collegial chapters," from a daily obligation to once a month. This will not create any changes on the American scene because there are no such chapters in American Religious com- munities, according to a spokesman for U.S. Religious priests. Pope Paul revoked any previously given special authority over the ad- ministration of Mass stipends, no matter how it had been given or acquired, and said that henceforth all such authority will reside in the appropriate Vatican congregations and in local bishops, as spelled out in the document. What's Happening Here and There Around the Diocese LITTLE ROCK The annual picnic of Catholic Daughters Court Our Lady of Perpetual Help No. 1223 will be at 6 P.M. Thursday, July 25, at the home of Mrs. H.M. Shea, 1524 S. Tyler St. Members are being asked to bring a covered dish of a favorite recipe, a folding chair and a TV tray. Games will be played following dinner. PINE BLUFF Mrs. Kathryn Turchi, Arkansas State Regent of the Catholic Daughters of America, will leave July 11 for Los Angeles to attend the 35th biennial national CDA con- vention. At a June 9 meeting of Court Our Lady of Victory No 564 here, Mrs. Turchi received the Catholic Daughter of the Year Award from Miss Agnes Moran, district deputy. The regent, Mrs. Charles Failla presented certificates of appreciation to several members for service to the local court. Honored were Miss Moran, Mrs. Al Bednar, Mrs. Harold Ward, Miss Aline Kraeszig, Miss June Smith, Mrs. Louis Smith, Mrs. C. J. Marlo and Mrs. Frank Taylor. Non-Catholic husbands of two Catholic Daughters, Bob Locke and Vincent Smith, also received certificates for assisting the court. Charles Failla, husband of the regent, was awarded a "Grand Gopher" certificate. His wife II Prison Chapel Furnishings Needed Pine Bluff -- Now that ground has been broken for con- struction of a long-planned interdenominational chapel at Cummins Prison, appeals are being made for contributions to finance furnishing of the edifice. Ken Parsons, Jr., a Catholic layman active in the prison ministry, said $150,000 in cash and donated materials has been raised for construction of the edifice by the Cummins Prison Chapel Building Committee, and $50,000 was appropriated by the General Assembly. Parsons said memorial gifts now are being solicited for stained glass windows and furnishings for the chapel, its offices, reception room and work room. Catholics wishing to donate, he said, may obtain information from him at P.O. Box 8002, Pine Bluff, Ark. said "he would go for ice, drinks, food, or anything else that was needed. LITTLE ROCK The Third Order Secular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel will meet at 2:15 P.M. Sunday, July 14, in the Carmelite Monastery, 7201 W. 32nd St. A religious discussion will be followed by a business meeting: Persons interested in the Carmelite tertiary prayer life may attend. MENA St. Agnes Parish Council of Catholic Women concluded its meeting season with a gathering at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David McEvoy of Hatfield, where the pastor, Father Thomas W. Keller, celebrated an open-air Mass and presided as a statue of Mary was crowned. The CCW,was informed that the semi-monthly Sunday breakfasts it has sponsored have eliminated need for an annual fall bazaar. The council voted to inform its senator of opposition to a proposal to tax religious schools and other buildings. LITTLE ROCK The Catholic Business Women's Club of Greater Little Rock will hold its monthly meeting, with a potluck, at the Reddy Room of the Arkansas Power and Light Company on Monday, July8. A program on "Contact" will be presented by Richard Butler. STEINWAY PIANOS FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE FINEST GERALD NEAL 3417 W. 12th, Little Rock 106 Ouachita, Hot Springs 319 W. Main, Jacksonville I00rebs Bros. Supply Co., Inc. 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He chose the location for his new home in one of Americas best grape-grow- ing areas. His son continued to plant the noblest grape varieties and produce fine wines. And his sons sons are carrying on the family tradition. Today, the Wiederkehr line of fine wines includes a wide selection of deli- cious white, red and rose wines and champagnes. And 94 years of wine making heritage go into every bottle o? Wiederkehr wine. V00ede&ehr WINE CELLARS. INC. ALTUS, ARKANSAS