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PAGE 5 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC JULY 8, 1990 P & I II By Judy Hoelzeman Michael Anthony (Tony) Guanella, son of Joseph and Eleanor Guanella, of St. John, Hot Springs, recently graduated as an honor student from Lakeside High School. His awards in- cluded the Knights of Co- lumbus Council #6419 Gus Mas- recognized for excellence in English lit- erature, band, grammar, civics and keyboarding. The daughter of Mike and Melanie Alberson, she will be a sophomore at Jacksonville high school, and is a member of St. Jude CYO. Artwork created by students at Catho- lic schools in Fort Smith will be on display at the Young Artists' Gallery of the Fort Smith Art Center during the month of July. The art students from Immaculate Conception School are Willie Turnage, fifth grade and Monica Baker, sixth-grade. Students from Trin- : ny Guanella sanelli Scholar-ity Junior are Charity Smith, seventh- ship, a band grade, Dao Le, eighth-grade, and Ladd scholarship and a four-year academic Atldns, ninth grade. SCholarship from the University of * * * * Central Arkansas, where he will begin Suzanne Fleming has been named college this fall. Religious Education Coordinator and Guanella, active in CYO throughout Youth Minister high School, recently received the Eagle for St. Joseph of the Cross award for service. He is parish in Con- sthe grandson of Margaret Guanella of way. She will t. Edward parish, Little Rock, and the train catechists Iate Thomas J. Guanella, and of Wil- and oversee the Jam and Eleanor O'Donnell of Holy 350-student pre- aOuls, Little Rock. kindergarten * * * * through 12th- Parishioners of Assumption parish in grade parish reli- Atkin,, invite all to join them for their gious education annual bazaar on Saturday, July 14, on program. In addi- Suzanne Fleming he church grounds. The event willtion, she will with a roast beef and fried work with Jr. Sr. CYO and ca olic chicken dinner, served with all the trim- college students. .rnings, at 5 PM. The cost of the dinner Fleming, a native of Wisconsin, moved $6 for adults and $3 for children, to Conway with her parents, Paul and raditional bazaar booths and games Mary Fleming, in 1983. She has taught Will Open at 6:30 PM. Chairing the parish religious education for three event are Clarence Ehemann and years and plans to begin work this fall C'enevieve Lemley. on a Master's degree with the exten- * * * * sion program of Loyola University of .Erin Alberson of St. Jude, Jackson- New Orleans offered by the Diocese of ville, Was recognized recently at the Little Rock: Jacksonville Jun- * * * * lot High South Members of five congregations par- aW.ards assembly, ticipating in HOPE Ministry Alliance, Alberson, who an ouweach program for the needy, met ranked first in for a summer social Saturday, June 23, her crass, was on the lawn of Immaculate Heart of . anaed OUtstand- Mary church in Marche. Other mem- Irtg ninth grade ber congregations represented were student and re- Morgan Full Gospel Church, Crystal Ceived the Hill Assembly of God Church, First rincipal'sAward Baptist (Maumelle) and Family Life leadership, sChola--,- . Erin Alberson Baptist (Maumelle). Each congregation z - mp, citi- provided hymn-singing and contribu- enship and character. She was alsotions to a potluck meal. round equipment, picnic tables, outdoor grills, volleyball nets ler games were recently purchased and installed by the St. Francis Mens' Club of Forrest City. The new equipment Nas enjoyed by I arish at the fifth annual parish picnic sponsored by the club in June. Marriage Encounter held 11, at 10 AM at the monastery. For more information, call Ginger Crews, 225- 9370 Subiaco - Subiaco Marriage Encoun- ter #50 will be held the weekend of July 20-22. Marriage Encounter offers a weekend away from the distractions and tensions of daily life so that couples may develop a deeper relationship. To register, contact Subiaco Marriage Encounter, Coury House, Subiaco, 72865; 934-4411. Secular Carmelites not meeting in July Little Rock - The Secular Order of Discalced Carmelites will not meet in July. The next meeting will be August IIISIIID"!il Ii) W II Sunday, July 8 - Confirmation, St. Peter, Wynne; Mass, St. Mary, McCrory. Monday-Tuesday, July 9-10 - In office. Wednesday, July 11 - Sisters Jubilee, Holy Angels Convent, Jonesboro. Thursday-Friday, July 13-14 - Day of Reflection for Black Catholics. - Not getting your ARKANSAS CATHOLIC? - Still getting it late? Drop us a postcard & call your local post office. RETREAT SCHEDULE Coury House - Subiaco Subiaco, AR 72865 July 13 - 15 Family Retreat July 17 - 19 Youth Retreat - Texarkana Parishes July 20 - 22 Marriage Encounter #50 July 24 - 28 Intercommunity Sisters' Retreat July 28 - Aug 4 Episcopal Music Camp Aug. 6 - 8 Diocesan Catholic School Principals' Retreat Aug. 10 - 12 Catholic Knights of America State Convention Aug. 13 Evening of Recollection - Open to Religious & Laity * Aug. 14 - 16 Retreat/Workshop for Religious Education Teachers Aug. 17 - 19 Opening of Academic Year - Subiaco Academy Aug. 31 - Sept. 2 Facing Cults & Fundamentalism : Challenge of the '90's { An overview of centemporary cults & fundamentalist groups with emphasis on preparing clergy, religious & lay persons to respond to challenges that are raised to the faith. Plenty of opportunity for discussion, role-playing, reflection and prayer. ) * Topics to be announced. Bed and Breakfast available. WEEKEND RETREATS begin on Friday with 6 PM dinner and end on Sunday at 12:45 PM. A donation of $55.0O for a single person and $90.OO for a married couple is asked to cover the e.wgenses of the weekend. In large groups, single persons may be asked to share a room. One who requests a private room is encouraged to give a little more. The weekend rate for youth retreats is $40.00 per person.and supervisors. PRIVATE RETREATS are encouraged for clergy, religious & laity. The offering is $35.00 a day for a private retrea~ $40.OO for a directed retreaL If interested, call or write: THE ABBEY RETREAT, Coury House,Subiaco, AR 72865, (501) 934-4411. Retreat Director : Rev. Aaron Pirrera, OSB