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What's Happening Here and There Around the Diocese LITTLE ROCK A lasagna party tonight at 7:30 in the apartment of Lisa Screeton on Kavanaugh Boulevard will be a mid- month activity of Friends and Single, a social organization Forest Place at 7"45 A.M. for for unmarried adult a trip to Blanchard Springs. Christians. On Sunday, July 18, members will attend NORTll LITTLE ROCK "Shenandoah" at Murry's Bill Tausch has been Dinner Playhouse. A grab- elected Grand Knight of bag night is scheduled Knights of Columbus Council Saturday, July 24, at 6:30 P.M. in Holy Souls parish hall and a meeting will be held Sunday, July 25, at 6:30 at Holy Souls. On Saturday, July 31, members will meet at 6253 for the coming year. Other officers named were Jim Hamilton, deputy grand knight; Joe Buddenberg, chancellor; Harold Ness, warden; Russ Harrison, recorder; Robert Robinson, treasurer; Julian Oswald, advocate; David Battisto and Tom Kordsmeier, .Jr., inside guards; Bill Dennis, outside guard; Garry McNally, three- year trustee; George Byrnes, financial secretary, and Bill  Wenger, lecturer. SUBIACO A day of sewing for the missions will be sponsored here Wednesday, July 21, by DeSalvo Pharmacy -- H..LS I. [ the Catholic Women's Union. Members will carry sack Richard DeSalvo, R. Ph. l., lunches. Dessert and cold Lowell Southerland, R. Ph.  I1,i1] drinks will be provided by the Jim Riedmueller, R. Ph. .| women of St. Benedict's Highway 64 East Morrilton, Ark. [ll I parish. LITTLE ROCK GREER'S Home of Fine The Second Presbyterian Church, 600 Pleasant Valley Clothing for Men and Women Drive, has invited the public to attend a presentation of Henry aohlman, Jr. Mendelssohn's Elijah Sunday, Phone 354-3186 Morriiton, Ark. July 25, at 3 P.M. A part of the -- church's centennial celebration, a reception will MORRILTON PACKING CO., Inc. follow NORTH LITTLE ROCK "Home of Lpetit Jean Meat Products" Sister Theresa Knabel, S.C.N., recently participated Morrilton, Arkansas in the Continuing Education Program offered by the Saint Meinrad School of Theology, St. Meinrad, Ind. She at- tended the June 14-18 program entitled "Mark: Discipleship in a New Age." JONESBORO Knights of Columbus MAUS IMPLEMENT COMPANY Council 1702 has elected Gene Merrill as Grand Knight for the coming year. Other of- John Deere Sales & Service ricers named were Jim MeKinnon, deputy grand Phone 354-3527 Morrilton, Ark. knight; Ray Jones, treasurer; Pete Shapter, chancellor; Bill Gott, recorder; Andy Lip- ALLISON smeyer, advocate; Rod Jordan, warden; Bill Kueter, FORD COMPANY , INC. inside guard, and John MERCURY MoRnit.TON. ARKANSAS French, outside guard. I,.R. PHONE 375-1477 Recent Death (Information for this column is prepared from data furnished by the families of the deceased, their pastors or funeral directors. ) MARIAN MICHELLE HARRIMAN, 10, of 6815 Forbing Road, Little Rock, died at her home July 9. Born July 15, 1971, in Russellville, she is sur- vived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Harriman; a sister, grandparents and great-grandmother. The Mass of Christian Burial was offered July 12 in St. Theresa's Church. Burial was in Pinecrest Cemetery. LITTLE ROCK The Ronald McDonald House, 1009 Wolfe Street, provides lodging for parents of children who are hospitalized at Arkansas Children's Hospital. Sam Perroni, president of the Board of Parents and Friends of Children, Incorporated, which operates the house, has announced that a search is being conducted to find new house-parents. A search committee has been established to review ap- plications. The position requires that the house-parents be in residence full-time. Salary, lodging, utilities (including telephone), health insurance and a two-week vacation are provided. Applicants should send a resume, including references, by August 15 to Parents and Friends of Children, Inc., P.O. Box 56222, Brady Station, Little Rock, Arkansas 72205. After the applications are reviewed, the committee will conduct in- terviews. MORRILTON Jim Riedmueller has been elected Grand Knight of Knights of Columbus Council 5209 for the coming year. Other officers named are A. J. DeSalvo, deputy grand knight; Father John Burns, chaplain; David Zimmerman, Materialism b P Farn i ly, Pope Vatican City (NC) -- the Pope, Materialism and the absence natural fan of an orientation toward God based on the are combining to weaken the of human sext values and structure of the "respect th family, Pope John Paul II principles oftl said. The Popeeii Parel The Pope commented in a vestigating, j speech at the Vatican toabout teaching n$ BL 100 participants in a course on planning woh Romar natural family planning of- importance."t Emm fered at Rome's Catholic It is "proEpiscop University of the Sacred various met six-w Heart. The audience included family plannbservan doctors and natural family different persian high planning teachers from culturesexist,ns. throughout Italy.  The church %cLEans The Pope said the particularmetous exp regulation of fertility has family plannio it agai: become "one of the most itself to procllited so] delicate and urgent problems principlesandhing?" for families today" and use. ayer gr emphasized the need for Through thgroups fi natural methods based on natural faro the observation of the charac- concluded the lhe gro teristics of human sexuality little, by meafintended and on respect for the workofindividatholi teachingof thechurch, keen testimonan me: The Pope said that families wholienten e: "developments marked by experience of proved materialism -- which seeks that is genera4 fort only earthly well-being and life, there isldialogu, the ever-growing possession humanity, to uRn, a n of consumer goods - and by has called us l, summ naturalism -- which excludes and to which Jthis we) from daily life any reference withoutknowin thz to God and to transcendent Ares and 'alues - aim at emptying the :h in co family, especially in countries Pope Pro of highest economic -  FORT development, of its deep RedelTIpihgewh meaning and sink it in a Vatican city,accep t dangerous crisis." John Paul II t e tn c As evidence of a decline in Redemptorist values, the Pope said, "Many for "all the COO4.., relic young people today, in the church" He0 (a disoriented, do not succeed couraged its et ne lack any more in seeing the ira- ministries li portance of the institution of sacrament of marriage and live out a love The papal io, signed by transitoriness and contained in a !*o,,,. infecundity." - -  ,,t xu.tt Joseph vzao, ,, ' . "Many families," the Pope superior generg 'a"" added, "do not know how to 250th annive put into practice the congregation's obligation of responsible The letter, parenthood, as it was taught the Vatican, .Bg by the Second Vatican Agostino Card-n, Council." papal secretar Because the church behalf of the "believes in the family," said Charter a Busl LO('ALP.ONE3544S4 warden; Bernard Kord- JimLienhart Here tomorrowto service  smeier, chancellor; Lloyd Any size Bus available, what we sell today. 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