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THE GUARDIAN, JULY 18, 1969 PAGE 9 illo Movement Reaches Full Stride in Arkansas ,rs Marvel on Laity rsillo de Cristiandad in Christianity) stride in the Diocese and pastors are the spiritual forma- their parishion- Pastors who them- not yet attended one --day courses acknow- cursillistas (persons a cursillo) eightened devotion to and their needs. L Francis McDevitt, cur- Ctor for the Diocese of tells of frequent com- priests, laud- fervor and will- of laymen and have SUbmitted to cur- cursillos and one cursillo have already in Arkansas, and one for men and -- are scheduled Each cursillo is about 35 laymen or Five priests enroll raen, s cursillo and Sisters for each movement, which nception in Spain during II, has already spread VOrld, and literally thousands of Cath- found a deeper appre- their faith by partici- .s the overall exper- a cursillo that ritual formation, the course consists of 15 five each day -- and periods. Ten of the lectures are delivered by laymen and five by priests or Religious Sisters. In addition, the members of each cursillo class pray together, play together and eat together. For three days, their sole concern is living and studying their Chris- tian faith. The effect is startling. Virtually without exception, cur- sillistas profess a new-foundlove for their faith and a deep-seated desire to be apostolic. For the present, Arkansas cur- sillos are being conducted only at St. John's Catholic Center, 8500 North Tyler, Little Rock. Bluff Church Guide HULSE PINE BLUFF--St. Joseph's Church, Sunday Masses: 6:00, 8:00 and 10:00 u.m. Holyday Mosses: 6=00 and 8:00 o.m. end 5:30 p.m. St. Peter'= Church. Sunday Mess: 9=00 e.m. Holyday Mass: 7:00 p.m. St. Raphoel's Church. Sunday Mass: 5:00 p.m, 00ice Station .o,yd.y M.., 5: pm OHIO STREET NE ELUIIF, ARK. )ine Bluff '":::" I 3 L(ations OMlerway Rd. IRA FOSTER OIL CO. PINE BLUFF, ARK. PHONE JE 41-0191 Jobber. ELL BROTHERS ] Pine Bluff, Arkansas %i:i Students and Leaders of Little Rock Cursillo No. 5 Long-range plans, however, call for teams of cursillistas to take the movement into other parts of the diocese. A number of Arkan- sas cursillistas have taken the course at Cursillo Centers in Memphis, Tenn., andDallas, Tex- as. It was teams of cursillistas from the Diocese of Nashville who helped inaugurate the movement here. The last cursillo in Little Rock was the fifth staged in Arkansas for men. It was conducted April 1%80 and was staffed exclusively by Arkansas cursillistas. Priests who made Cursillo No. 5 are The Rev. Edward E. Simp- son, pastor of St. James parish, Searcy; The Rev. Charles S. Diamond, pastor of St. Mary's parish, North Little Rock; Msgr. William E. Galvin, pastor of Immaculate Conception parish, Fort Smith; The Rev. Mary Phillip Wurth, O.C.D., of the Marylake Novitiate of the Dis- calced Carmelite Fathers; and The Rev. David Flusche, O.S.B., of New Subiaco Abbey, Subiaco. Laymen registered for Cur- sillo No. 5, listed by parishes, were: Conway, St. Joseph's -- Paul J. Hi=gel, Felix F. Moix, Jr., Alfred H. Lachowsky, Maurice A. Moix, Jr., Benton T. Sevier and Frank H. Gunderman. Fort Smith, Immaculate Con- ception -- Anthony J. Hug and William S. Richards; St. Boni- face -- A1 Nolte, William M. Gisler and John F. Gramlich. Jacksonville, St. Jude's -- Paul A. Pieslak. Little Rock, Holy Souls--Neff H. Dobbins and John J. Paquet- te II; Good Counsel -- Vincent H. Lammers, H. Haven Diem=r, Wil- liam T. Kelly and Edwin J. KiTsch; Christ the King-- Rob- ert L. Dix and John C. Schultz; St. Edward's -- William P. Han- son; St. Theresa's-- G. Pat Murtha. Menu, St. Agnes -- David F. Jolly. Morrilton, Sacred Heart-- George J. Cambiano and Alfred G. Kordsmeier. North Little Rock, St. Anne's -- Bruce E. Schratz, Augustine C. Buss, Felix F. Dumboski and Marion M. Chudy; St. Patrick's -- Eugene H. Kordsmeier; Im- maculate Conception -- Fred T. Woell. Paris, St. Josepth's--James Lee Nehus. Searcy, St. James--Donald A. Oppenheim, Arthur J. Trice, Anthony A. Falcineni and Ber- nard Puszewski. Conducting the cursillo was a big staff of cursillistas, for which duties ranged from deliv- ering lectures, to cooking, sten- ographic work, janitorial service and other incidental occupations. Monsignor McDevitt was spiri- tual director. He was assisted by The Rev. Milton R. Lunge, pastor of St. Jude the Apostle parish, Jacksonville. The rector was Henry Miller of Holy Souls parish, Little Rock. Assistant rectors were Johnson S. Mattingly of Conway, Don Mowles of Hot Springs, Dr. Ed- win R. Bunten of Little Rock and Herman H. Branton of Little Rock. Table auxiliaries were James W. Bassett of Little Rock, Larry H. Jegley of Little Rock, Ber- nard L. Nabholz of Conway and Herman A. Nahlen and Edwin J. Zakrzewski, both of North Little Rock. 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