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ARKANSAS CA'IHOLIC JULY 21, 1991 PAGE 11 Catholic Arkansas Sharing Appeal: Parish Comparison Report bEANERY TARGET PLEDGES NUMBER PERCENT AMOUNT RECEIVED DONORS OF GOAL UEN"rRAL SL Rme. Carlisle 4,125 2,995 35 72.60 St. Jude. Jk~nville 13.500 13,766 In 101.97 King, L,R 65,400 94,716 327 144.82 St. Andrew 9.800 20.535 80 209.54 . LR 4,160 305 4 7.33 t. Edward. LR 8.170 7,560 51 92.53 31,644 22,.~ 3 166 71.23 Sods, LR 73.500 62,622 302 85.20 t. Theresa, LR 26,980 18,650 130 69.12 t. Anne. NLR 9.600 8,735 63 90.98 NLR 3,200 3,414 16 106.68 NLR 57,600 47,057 306 81.69 NLR 11,010 6,705 61 60.89 t. Ma~, hq~R 10,880 6,492 70 59.66 NLR 17,920 11,270 82 62.89 ;h~d~ L380 150 __2 10.86 348,869 327,455 1,806 82.99 EASTERN t. John, Brinldey Crawf. 2,310 2,105 21 400 425 2 5.460 4.950 28 7,956 3,440 40 1'360 1,510 4 1,520 1,475 9 12'750 8,950 47 4 2oo 4.4~o 35,956 27,255 160 L Mary, Helena t. Mary, McCrory t. Anckew. Mar mmaa t. Michael, W. Memphis NORTH CENTRAL t. James. Searcy 6.375 5,490 40 L Richard. Bald Knob 862 700 5 t. Albert, Heber Spgs. 5,512 7,053 45 t. Mary, Batesville 7,050 5,723 39 t. Michael, Cherokee Vg. 9,825 9,680 79 t. Mary, Horseshoe Bend 7,350 3,970 39 t. Mary, Mr. View 1,500 1,445 13 750 2.46o _12 39,224 36,521 272 NORTHERN t. Anne, Berryvill 2,040 1,110 11 t. Elizabeth, Eureka Spgs. 5,025 2'070 21 Harrison11,350 16,505 8"/ L Pe~r. ML Homeric 44,712 29,998 320 3.O25 21 67,327 52,708 460 Gifts received as of July 07, 1991 NORTHEASTERN l.C., Blythevillc 8,400 7,430 35 88A5 St. Jo~ph, Coming 975 1.375 9 141.02 St. John, Engelberg 3,535 815 11 23.05 Blessed Sacrament' J~.~boro 25.040 22,535 144 89.99 St. George. Knobel525 265 5 50.47 SL Norhert, Marked Tr~ 1,064 2,110 17 19830 St. Matthew, Osccola 1,122 1.155 12 102.94 St. Ma~, Patagould 7,700 9,695 51 125.90 St. Paul, Po~.houu~ 8,800 8,400 51 95.45 St. Henry, Rector 490 200 4 4-0.81 Irmnac. Heart. Walnut Rdg. 1,750 2.440 13 139.42 2.25o 3.585 27 159.33 North~ttra DGaa#ry 61,651 60,005 379 104.59 NORTHWESTERN St. Bernard, BUIlt Vista 19A04 19,743 162 101.74 St. Stephen, Bcnttmville 5,000 2,375 22 47.50 St. J oscph. Fayertevill 14,300 12,990 58 90.83 St. Thomas. Fayetteville 13.800 11.545 99 83.65 St. John, Htmtsville 787 794 15 100.95 St. Vinc*nt de Paul, Rogers 27,375 24,766 164 90.46 St. Mary, Silmm Springs 4,795 2,290 29 47.75 St. Raphael, Springdale 19,110 14.010 69 73.31 St. Jo~ph. Tontitown 8.500 7 820 76 92.00 113,071 96,333 664 80.91 91.12 106.25 SOUTH CIg,'~frRA L 90.65 St. Mary, Arkadelphia 2'100 1,705 13 81.19 43.23 Our Lady Fatima, Benton 13.240 8,740 80 66.01 111.02 St. John. Hot Springs 29 '374 22,889 200 77.92 90.03 St. Mary, Hot Springs 12,672 14,849 76 117.17 70.19 Sao'~d Heart, H.S. Village 17,160 25,970 237 151.34 104.76 St. Jolm, Malvern 2'400 2,035 19 84.79 88.40 St. Agnes, Mena 7,875 8,900 42 113.01 All SainLs, Mt. Ida 1,013 882 12 87.15 St. Jude. Waldr0sa1 254 1.960 12 156.29 South C#mtral D*aacry 87,088 87,930 691 103.87 86.11 81.20 SOUTHEASTERN 127.95 Holy Cross, Crossett 1,838 1,800 12 97.93 81.17 Nativity, Dermott 525 300 4 57.14 98.52 Itoly Child, Dumas1,613 2'620 11 162.43 54.01 Holy Trinity, England 1,000 800 4 80.00 96.33 St. I lemy, Gillctt 300 275 1 91.66 3~.00 Ble~d Sacrament, Grady 100 100 1 100.00 119.16 Our Lady Lake, L. Village 8.362 4,330 48 51.78 St. Mary, McGchoe 2,513 1,415 15 56.30 St. Mark, Monticello 1.590 230 4 14.46 St. Joscph, Pine Bluff 2,t,188 11,875 80 49.09 54.41 St. Peter, Pine Bluff 3,900 1,650 10 42.30 98.57 SS. Cyril & Met., Slovak 3,2.68 2'415 23 73.89 145.41 St. Jugln, Star City 80 278 2 347.50 67.09 Holy Rouu% Stutlgsrt 10,162 11,550 71 113.65 72.02 ~;t. LuJa~. Warren50 ~ ..__Q 0 87.50 Southcasterl D~an#ry 59,489 39,638 286 95.58 SOUTHVESTERN St. Elizabeth Scton, Ashdn. 2,363 1,735 I0 73.42 St. L.m~is. C~atL--a 6,552 9,110 46 139.0, St. Barbara, I)e Quoma 1,950 615 12 31.53 Holy Redeemer, El Dorado 12,978 8,670 74 66.80 Good Shcpberd, Fordy~ 570 100 l 17..54 Sa~ed Heart, Foreman 660 150 3 22.72 Lady Good H~pe, Hope 2.520 2,140 13 84.92 lmmac. Heart. Magnolia 1,980 1,340 16 67.67 St. Mastirt, Nashville 1,500 1,450 11 96.66 St. Vin~nt dr. Paul, Stamps 114 140 2 122.80 t w ~ ~ 69 74.38 Sm~w#~ern D#aa,ry 46,712 36,999 257 72.49 SUBIACO St. Mary, Alms 5,288 5,288 48 100.00 Saca~d Heart, Barling 5,040 680 8 13.49 Ass'a.mption. Boon~ville 2,070 1,000 10 48.30 Sac~ed Heart, Charleston 5,688 4,800 49 84.38 Holy Rndccmcr. (ItrksvilIc 4.704 4,755 40 I01.08 Sact-,.d Heart. Hartman 570 120 4 21.05 SS. Peter & Paul, Morr. BL 1,248 1,277 1 102.32 St. Scholastic.a, New Blaine 1,260 700 12 55.55 St. Joseph. Paris 9,120 5,630 77 61 33 St. Mei~ad. Prauie View 675 640 II 94.81 St. Anthony, Ratcliff 1,640 1,250 7 76.21 St. Ignatius, S~mton 2,130 1,260 26 59.15 t. BeneMic " 6.360 2 655 37 41 74 SMbi4eo Dtaatry 45,793 30,055 330 66.13 WEST CENTRAL St. Elizabeth, Adona 2,016 1,045 11 51.83 Assumption, Atkins 3,150 1,805 23 57.30 St. Boniface, Bigelow 2,048 785 9 38.33 St. Joseph, Cenmr Ridge 2,976 1,482 28 49.81 St. Jude. Clinton 1,770 590 8 33.33 St. Joseph, Conway 39,525 18,285 95 46.26 St. Augustine, D ardanelle 3,150 1,185 15 37.61 St. Francis, Fairf~ld Bay 7,904 5,140 63 65.03 St. Mary, St. Vincent 4,080 3,467 43 84.97 St. Francis, Little Italy 1.575 158 5 10.03 Sacred Heart, Mc~41ton 13,912 6,666 61 47.91 18 088 ~ 76 W~tCentralDcaaery 100,194 50,733 437 48.20 WESTERN l.C., Ft. Smith 38,000 34,459 173 90.68 St. Btmifaoe, Ft. Smith 21.595 9,5~5 81 44.20 Christ the King, Ft. Smith 23,636 20,244 160 85.64 St. Leo, Hartford 1,312 400 2 30.48 SS. Stbriua & IN,~Izy, Jenny L. 2,138 2.100 15 98.22 St. Michael, Van Bttren 7,725 2,870 30 37.15 w lw 45o 5oo ~ W~lcr~ Deaaery 94,856 70,118 469 71.06 I Grand TolalsTo-Dat: $1,I00,000 $924,672 6327 84.06% [ I * includes aom-r~giat~r#d do.or gifts (Parish U~tknow~) I l quo bts o~ ;h veto st, ot~ s iin overturn of UStJCCI , o abort,on restrictions e. W~ a'ch i~ Washington (CNS) - Pres. Bush has as- wodiSUred abortion opponents that despite a ~qfite House review of controversial family plasming regulatkms, he will veto any con- ~eArch gressional efforts to overturn the restrictions that plohibit discu,~4on of abortion as a birth control option, according to the represen- la~'es of marl-abortion lobb)4ng gToups. .m--.. "We've been assm'ed lie won't be chmig- , teacl" Uag Iris mind," said Douglas R. Scott, vice o 1oo$ president of public pofic/for the Christian ' ACtion Council, a Protestant lobb)~ng otga- ty art( rfizafion. e said ~/." . Claims by redpients of the family platy n, pro nmg funds that the regulation constitutes a ege i~ restriction on free speech have already been ,cholo settled by the Supreme Cotu't, Scott said. "It d Do ts not a free speech matter." ent o: The restriction on discussing abortion as s. ReV a birth control opton appfies to redpients conference that he was open to consider- ing compromises, but that nothing he'd seen met his standards. "It's shnply not mi issue open to compro- mise," said Scott. The restrictions are no different from limits on activities imposed on federal em- ployees under the Hatch Act, which pro- hibits government workers from engaging in Dolitical advocacy while on the job, ac- cording toJudie Brown, president of Amel"i- can Life Lobby. "The federal government Ires a right to decide what advice to give under the guise of the government," Brown said. "It's simply not an issue open to compromise,,' Brown also took issue with a decision by the House Pro-Life Caucus and other abor- don opposition groups not to fight hack against a campaign by Planned Parenthood to ovetmm the regulation. Planned Parent- hood clinics are among the major recipi- ents of Tide X funds and have been criti- II1 Life's & Downs e recognize you need a sense of worth... that you seek challenge and respect...that you require cooperation plus the autonomy to make patientcare decisions. You'll find St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Center is the place for you. Our commitment is to help you do your best -- for us and for you. At St. Vincent, you'll find plenty of chances to perform at your professional peak. As a major regional medical center and teaching hospital, research and innovation are our daily goals. Our nearly 700 beds and 40+ acres allow us to offer the finest in health care to patients statewide. If you're interested in new technology, you'll find it in our Cardiology Services, Cancer Center, or our many other acute care services. For the Graduate or Practicing RN, experience is varied, and the learning curve is continually upward. It's simply the way we work at St. Vincent. Some of our career related benefits include: Career Ladder Tuition Refund/Education Assistance Continuing Education Find the rewards you deserve at St. Vincent -- Paid Time-Off from 22 to 38 days per year, BC/BS group insurance, malpractice insurance, flexible staffing, al pas of federal family planning funds under the cized by abortion opponents and the Catho- as well as a Child Care Center, Relocation Title X program. Although the regulationlic Chtu'ch for advocating abortion as birth M ~ Assistance and On-Campus Guest House. I :duo ~as imposed during the Reaffan adminis- control. If you're looking for a place where your career I whe~.tratio--, tt"'nas not been enforced while Title American Life Lobby had nothing to 8 ff~..f""3"~ satisfaction matters, look into our current I .'ed tc X rec" ~ J~5~f~ openings. CailMargaretNixon, Nurse Recruiter at I lpients protested through the courts, do with that decision," Brown said. 'We~/'~ (501) 660-~ or 1400-$1k$-191& I In May, the,Supreme Court upheld the don't condone the decision by the pro-life sex~,, administrations right to impose such a re- lobby. ~ Share a Tradition of Teamwork and High.Technology I . oot st. w .mcr I ng i~ .rights. In June, the House of Representa- Scott noted that an ad campaign esti- [ ~~...~,~ ~ I aoo 'a"s n n I I havioIl hello r,~-~cluded,, an amendment overtum~" the by Planned Parentlao~xt since the Supreme The "has yet to on der Cou Abor o. oppo on groups e bill. simply don t have the kind of money it I ~1 AlllMllo. olllm~llllm~l~lu~INlmml~Nolllh~oll | Bush had said a day before the press would take to respond in kind, he said. ! hl A. Equal Opportunit~ Emplo~r MtFtH J L