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)LIC AI NSAS CATHOEiC SEMINAR, Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish in Little Rock will host e a Livimz a Life in the Soirit seminar 7- dis' p,m. July 30-31 ands8' a,m.-6:30 p.m. and Aug. 1. Father Les Farley, pastor of St. loWS Mary Church in Batesvi]Ie,and its mis- able, . .sions in Mountain View and Newport, as, and Dr. Dennis Holt, along with their team, will conduct the seminar The r0rn minar teaches and supports the recep- : in" tion of the gifts of the Holy Spirit. The 0spi" seminar is sponsored by the Religious regi" Education Department and the Evange- s lization Team. " .... mi h lsur- For more information, call ray S t at (501) 664-2107 or Chuck Farrar at (501) 225-7782. MASS TIME CHANGES: Because of chan es in nastors, the Mass times at SL ~ o F t. tSoniface Church in Fort Smith and Sacred Heart of Mary in Barling were changed effective July 1. Mass will be celebrated at 4 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. SUnday at St. Boniface and 6 p.m. Sat- U.rday and 10:45 a.m. Sunday at Sacred Heart of Mary. /qt thSCHOLARSHIP: Heather Cass of de Little Rock has accepted an aca- mic scholarship to the University of .Central Arkansas in Conway beginning :trt the fall. Cass will receive the Univer- sity Scholarship for tuition and fees. A duate of North Little Rock High Sdhool, she is the daughter of Judy Cass and Mahlon Cass. : REIREAT: A two-day retreat will be [ield at St. Joseph Church in Pine Bluff 14-15. The Welcome Holy Spirit lte 2000 Retreat will include talks on tone Holy Spirit and living a life in the Oi' -- , . , P!nt by internationally known muslcmn JOhn Michael Talbot, Sister Yvonne rner, OSB, diaconate director, and ., tnher Wilfred Okorochukwu, pastor of FI:d Shepherd Church in Fordyce and . Oly Cross Church in Sheridan. Morn- prayer will be led by Father Stephen . chez, OCD, of Marvlake Monastery .Little Rock. A CY ( lock-in will be "eld Friday night for students in sixth grade through high school. fa. . e fee is $10 a person or $20 for a [ r dY of four. The fee will be waived l those unable to pay. or more information or to register, St. Joseph Church at (870) 534- ,k"l or write P.O. Box 7434, Pine Bluff, 71611. The registration deadline is auiy 24. "Ain't no party like the Holy Ghost's Sbter Jackie is the daughter of Bob The words echoed through Our and Dorothy Hittner of St. Louis. She Lady of Good Counsel Church in Little attended Mercy High School and worked Rock Sunday, June 7 as the parish cel- as a reference librarian for Washington ebrated the profession of vows of University in St. Louis and Georgia South- Jacqueline Kay Hittner as a Sister of ern College before entering the Sisters Mercy of the Americas. Over the past of Mercy in 1987. She received a several weeks the parish has hosted bachelor's degree from the University. of many celebrations. Father WarrenM uri and a master's degree in library celebrations beeause :it means the Holy in the hearts of the Southern: College. Conway parish establishes unique library By Kathy Trower CONWAY CORRESPONDENT CONWAY---When the word "library" is used, it usually refers to a large build- ing with volumes of books. St. Joseph Parish in Conway has books, but the li- brary is definitely not the norm. The books are in the gathering area of the adoration chapel. They are housed in a handcrafted bookshelf, which was donated by a talented pa- rishioner complete with drawers for tapes, compact discs and videos. The selections are all faith based. These items are available for all parishioners to "borrow and return at their conve- nience. The unique feature is that all of this ~' e done on the honor system. Becaus of the limited space, magazines, news- papers and reproduced articles cannot be accepted. The items are accepted at the busi- Mark Zimmerebner (from left), Jenni- ness office, where they are catalogued and stamped with a sticker, Property fer Harmon and her daughter Maria look over selections at the St. Joseph of St. Joseph s Lending Library. If the Parish lending library. person donating the books wants a tax ........ receipt, it will be issued. Children, young parents and senior will receive a tax receipt for their dona- citizens are seen looking over the selec- tions. tion of the library. There are books for The lending library has been operat- every age, all of a religious nature. Any- ing since April and the volumes have one who wishes to donate a book to this been increasing in number, and the library can contact St. Joseph Conway readers have been coming back for business office at (501) 327-5528 and more. ' ]6i 11; 1998 "Page" 3 Apostolic Letter Continued from page 1 the "full and irrevocable character of the assent" owed to Church teachings in the top two categories, those set forth as di- vinely revealed or those taught definitively. It also said that when the pope con- finns or reaffirms a doctrine, declaring that it belongs to the ordinary and uni- versal magisterium as a truth that is di- vinely revealed or a truth of Catholic doctrine, "such a doctrine is to be under- stood as having been set forth infallibly." The question of the different levels of papal teaching authority came to the front after Pope John Paul's 1994 declaration that the Church cannot ordain women priests, and that this teaching must be held "definitively" by all Catholics. It marked a new, more authoritative use of the Church's ordinary teaching magisterium. In late 1995, the secretary of the doc- trinal congregation, Archbishop Tarcisi,o Bertone, used the example of women s ordination to warn that fundamental Church teachings, even when not pro- claimed as infallible dogma, must be de- finitively accepted by the faithful. He said bishops should use their disci- plinary authority, including canonical norms, to protect the faithful from talse ideas about doctrine. The pope, in his latest letter, has now placed additional canonical norms in the hands of bishops, lest there be any doubt. rmol . etery Director [ 6 (s' : d e oiee ieq'uired inna I lated fieidor experience in ma g - [ ent and grounds keeping. Three :! ' . ,! . f Employment opportunities starting this fall in early childhood ministries at Ch st .ng esh ~.!i:~S, ~,~i ~;~ ~!i~,~ ~~i~'~.'~ ~k~'~K~A Christ the King Catholic Church in Little Rock will be interviewing women who have an interest in 'teach- ing" pre-schoot aged children (2 through 5 years of age), in our Mother's Day Out Program. The hours are 9:15 a.m. until 2:30 p.m., every Tuesday and Thursday dudng the school year. We offer a highly competitive hourly wage, along with the benefit of working in a safe and healthy environment with other friendly, creative Catholicwomen. This will be the ninth year CTK has offered a nursery school program for the parish and with the expanded nursery facilities under construction, we are in need of additional staff. From college age students to moms whose children have left home, this is a great way to become involved in children's ministries, eam extra money and enjoy the laughter, energy and smiles of pre-school age children. 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