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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, JULY "19, 1974 For Short-Term Pastoral Duty Extension Seeks Retired Priests for Home Missions Chicago -- A call was issued this week to retired priests of the U.S. to consider volun- teering for limited service in the American home missions. The call is part of a new national plan to help alleviate the shortage of priests in the home missions, according to Father Joseph A. Cusack, president of the Catholic Church Extension Society. Looking Over Plans for Year Officers of the St. Michael's Catholic Youth Organization at West Memphis look over plans for the coming year after a busy May and June. St. Michael CYO officers are, from left, Julie Fogerty, secretary; Paul James, president; Tony Bell, treasurer; and Joni Strobbe, vice president. In May, the CYO had a booth at the Home-School Carnival, attended the Cotton Carnival, and collected funds in a local cancer drive. In June, 47 members, including 24 new members, attended the annual new member party at Maywood, Miss., and later in the month welcomed Father John E. Barnes as pastor. 14 Couples Registered For Marriage Encounter Subiaco -- Fourteen couples from Arkansas and Tennessee and two clerics are scheduled to attend the seventh Marriage Encounter in the Diocese of Little Rock at Subiaco this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. RolE, in charge of recruiting for the movement which is part of the Diocesan Marriage Enrichment Program, revealed that well over 100 couples and a score of clergy have now taken part in Marriage Encounter. "Sociologists, in noting the broad social changes that have taken place in our world in the past fifty years," RolE noted, "are questioning the future of marriage as an institution. If you consider that better than 50 per cent of marriages in Arkansas end in failure, you agreed that the weekend is a time when a couple has an opportunity to work together to look at and better understand their lives together in the Sacrament of Marriage. They said Marriage Encounter is designed to make good marriages better through improved communication, unity, and understanding of how marriage plays a vital role in the Christian community. Three Marriage Encounter Weekends are scheduled for the remainder of the year for the Diocese, two this fall in Little Rock and one at Subiaco. Mr. and Mrs. ROlE said that in ad- dition to application forms' appearing in .The Guardian, information and application forms are .available from all pastors. Called "Operation Resident," the plan will make use of the talents and energies of retired priests who wish to maintain a level of apostolic work. "Operation Resident" will be administered by the Extension Society where requests for priests will be catalogued by diocese. Retired priests who wish to donate their services in the home missions may contact Extension and receive a list of mission dioceses that need their help. In this manner, Extension will act as a national clearing house to place retired priests in limited assignments in the home missions, including the Diocese of Little Rock. The mission assignments can be set up for two weeks, two months, two years or longer. They can be limited in scope to whatever duties the volunteer priest wishes. All details of the assignment are worked out between the retired priest and the bishop of the mission diocese. "Operation Resident" has been set up to help both the retired priest and the mission dioceses," said Father Cusack. "The retired priest can use this work to make the best use of his time, experience and talents. And in manycases hispresence can make the difference bet- ween a living and dying mission. "For those with limited time to give, spending a few weeks in a mission parish to allow the pastor to take a vacation would be a great help," he added. All bishops of the mission dioceses have been apprised of "Operation Resident" and are giving it their wholehearted endorsement and support. Retired priests wishing to donate their services to the home missions may write Operation Resident, The Catholic Church Extension Society, 1307 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago, Ill. 60605. STEINWAY PIANOS FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE FINEST GERALD NEAt 3417 W. 12th, List t- Reck 106 Ouacffa Hot Springs 319 W. Main, Jacksonvi Twenty-four women, including 16 members of the Catholic Daughters of America, spent the July 5-7 weekend on retreat at New Subiaco Abbey's Coury House. Pictured with the retreatmaster," Father Wolfgang Mimms, O.S.B., left rear, and the retreat director, Father Herbert Vogelpohl, O.S.B., the retreatants are: From Fort Smith -- Mrs. Julia Stell and Mrs. Warren McCullough; From Little Rock -- Mrs. Cecelia Ballard, Mrs. Nell Earnest, Mrs. Elizabeth Emrick, Miss Estelle Forst, Mrs. Eileen Greer, Mrs. On Retreat at Subiaco Rosemary Kelly, Mrs. D. D. Lucy, Mrs. McLean, Miss Anne Margraves and Anna Wahlgreen; From North Little Mrs. Louise N. Husson, Mrs. Anna Ma Mrs. Catherine Moor e and Mrs. Et Tresp; From Texarkana - Mrs. P. Mrs. Jewell Carter, Mrs. Reuben Groff Mrs. Jerry Smith; From Muskogee, Mrs. Julia Banks, Paula Banks Bowen and Mrs. Martha Eddy. CDA bets were from courts in Little Rock, Little Rock and Texarkana Mother Teresa Pleads for U.S. Famine Washington (NC) -- In sur- prise testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Mother Teresa of Calcutta, India, urged Americans not to "miss the chance of giving until it hurts" to solve the mammoth problems of global hunger. Almost simultaneous with Mother Teresa's testimony, representatives of various U.S. Catholic Conference divisions met in another part of Washington to begin planning a coordinated response to domestic : and inter.national nutrition problems. The Albanian nun, born in Yugoslavia, wore scandals and Ldrot Swinl Center Family Machines-lndustrial Repairs and Service 1508 So. University a white sara-like habit trimmed in blue. She said that for Americans to give only out of their abundance would enough ; "I want them our people until it Since 1905 HEALEY&ROTH FUNERAL DIRECTORS PHONE (501) 664-4433 5800 WEST TWELFTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 72204 AMPLE  PARKINay ag |rc. 21 |uo wonder if this thinking may not 666-7187 rq have some validity V' I 1  "Fortunately," Mrs. RolE Do You ke adds, "our church, and b ? " " traditional Christian thinking, k stress, the Sacramental Renen er and aspect of , marriage, th identify it as a sign of Christ's 50 W.A AGO i mt:  Econ0my Drag -umlmss I I, m pl.a opping Center / i IIBI|F__ iLillB111 [ DAN SARNA, Reg. Pharm. | I "h,,,Work" I [ Meber St. Mary's Parish | | C.C. BUMPA, OWNER | J 2700 Pike Ave. - 374-3785 I i sin9 w. u i L,v-,-w,v h L North Little Rock. Ark. J . Lakehill Shopping Cen%f presence" among us. Marriage THIS WEEK Encounter, based on the Tbe Guardian reported: Church's strong scriptural and doctrinal beliefs, builds a N. Little Rock - The. corn- _positive Christian attitude to the munity heart pulsed for the individual and dual roles of a children of St. Joseph's Or- married couple in fulfilling phanage on the Fourth of July God's plan." during the annual picnic for In describing the Encounter "thelittle ones at Belmont." I LYON Weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Role Treasurer Florence Donahue  'IFII . said the net was $5,478.60 after HATHCOTE all the bills were paid. ,l ELECTRICAL J 1" DRUG CONTRACTORS I as- CO 25 YEARS AGO 4030 Bruno Rd, o Little Pock I qe, ,ho, 7-6161" Upholstery L Draperies  ,..j THIS WEK t-- --,--,l 4214 MacArthur Drive /0d -  LARGE/ " , North Little Rock, A SELECTION ?,.,., i - j Little Rock - New officers of ' the Catholic Business Women's  "The Shop ROY RHEA, Omer Club were installed at the TEDFOHO DRUG STORE Y o u C 1 n BI of Quality" monthly meeting Monday at the Rexall 372-S4K ARROW Rhea.Drug Co. Hotel Sam Peck. They were Mrs. Freda Vrewelow, C.B. Wright - "I.E. 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