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resume Subiaco - Coury House will resume the Evenings of Recollection on the first Monday of each month (with the ex- ception of August, when it will be on Aug. 13). These evenings are open to both religious and lay persons, and begin with a Holy Hour at 4:15 PM in Coury House chapel followed by dinner at 6 PM. Evening prayers will be in the chapel after dinner, followed by con- ference at 7:30 PM. Priests will be avail- able for the Sacrament of Reconcili- ation until 9 PM. A free-will offering is asked to cover the cost of the evening meal and mate- rials. Bed and breakfast available if needed for an additional $10 per per- son. . SEE THE GREAT PASSION PLAY & STAY AT KELLER'S COUNTRY DORM RESORT ( For Groups of 12 or more ) Eureka Springs, Ark ! Air -Conditioned Lodging, Swimming, $9 tickets, Grilled Burger Cookout, and Breakfast. All for $24 each f Call 501 / 253-8418 today ! Br. Angelo Dobrzynski, OSB, will give the presentation in August. The topic Bendictine Conversion of Life and the Laity. To make reservations, call or write to Coury House, Subiaco, 72865, 934-4411. in Brinkley release statement Brinkley - The Brinkley Knights of Co- lumbus have released the following statement: "We the members of the Monsignor Charles B. McCoy Council 6814 of the Knights of Columbus of Brinkley, Ar- kansas, do hereby unanimously and publicly state that we fully support the idea that members of The Knights of Columbus who are in public office and whose voting record, actions, or public statements support abortion, should be stricken from the rolls of The Knights of Columbus and expelled as members of our organization. As Catholics and obedient servants of our Holy Father, Pope John Paul II, we pledge our full support to His Holiness in His endeav- ors to preserve the sanctity of life from conception through death." | /Vlemberl of St. Thcr~t'= Pm'~h | Free Market Analysis k,~24 F0rbing Rd., LR 72209 (1/2 BIk. west of Univ./ JOE AGENCY 842-2431 England, AR Mr. Insurance...all lines of'coverage." For good food, friendly service & an inexpensive meal, stop by to see us today. 1902 N. Grant ( across from Pulaski Heights Bank ) LR 666-9935 M - F 6 am to 2:30 pm; Sat. 6:50 am - 2 pm PAGE 6 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC JULY 8, S. African bishops to meet with religious orders Johannesburg, South Africa (CNS) - South Africa's bishops will meet with superiors of male and female religious orders to discuss the Church's chang- ing role in society. "Extensive analyses and discussion are needed because the Church is facing a new situation," said a statement released by the Southern African Catholic Bish- ops' Conference. Besides changes in South Africa as its system of apartheid begins to be dismantled, the Church also is ing, and religious leaders will planning how to most efficiently use resources, said Br.Jude Pieterse, taw-general of the conference. "This will requ!re a total vision Church in South Africa and its as well as the local and particular of each diocese and congregation," said. The bishops' statement said "despite more local vocations, is aging." It added that the meeting look at giving more responsibility women religious and the laity and assess the Church's organization tare. Irish bishops allow pilgrimages Maynooth, Ireland (CNS) - The Irish bishops, without endorsing alleged Marian apparitions in Medjugorje, Yugoslavia, said Catholics could make prayer pilgrimages to the town. A bishops' conference spokesperson, Bishop Joseph Duffy of Clogher, said that during discussion the bishops felt it necessary to distinguish between pil- grimages for prayer and the "appari- tions" and "messages" of Our Lady claimed by Medjugorje visionaries and believers. He said people could make ages to the Yugoslavian site, that they were privately organized. Church bars officially organized ages by bishops or priests, he said. The bishops "approached this sion with pastoral interest and interest because of the spiritual fits which many people seem to from Medjugorje; concern because the various claims of messages apparitions." Bishop Duffy noted that priests to Medjugorje Io provide spiritual and pastoral help for pilgrims, not as grimage organizers. FAIR PARK EXXON Across from War Memorial Stadium 101 N. Van Buren, LR 666-8504 'k Tune-ups "k Road Service k Air Cond. 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