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PAGE 5 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC DCWR eprel;er |attend seminar JULY Sr. Margaret Wenzel, FSPA, and Sr. 8cholastica Vogelpohl, OSB, represent- ing the Diocesan Council of Women Reli- gious, were among the 100 political activists from 23 states who participated in NETWORK's 18th Legislative Seminar in Margaret Washington, DC. Werlzel, FSPA The Seminar's theme was "Un- U leashing Your Political Power." It 22, 1990 senting the gift of the people of the Diocese of Little Rock to the Jerusalem Mother Church, in the amount of $28,819.59. I am overwhelmed by the generosity of the people of the Diocesel Not only will this gift assist in the pres- ervation of the Holy Places, but will go a long way in assisting the people ministered to by the Franciscan Friars of the Holy Land. In the name of the Friars and those to whom they minister, I express our deepest gratitude to you and to our Sisters and Brothers in the Diocese of Little Rock. May God, Himself, reward all of youl Wishing you God's choicest blessings as you contiue to shepherd the Church of Little Rock, and promising you a remembrance in my prayers and at the Table of the Lord, I am, Sincerely and gratefully, Ft. Jim Schrarz Sr, Annella Willett, OSB, director of Help- ing Hand, a North Little Rock food and clothing distribution center for people in need, re- cently received the Ser- toma Club's Service to Mankind Award from Jim Hamilton of Im- maculate Conception parish. Sr. Willett, 80, has operated Helping Hand since it began in June, 1970. view'point (vyoo'-point) The page 2 point of view.y culminated in lobby day Capi- t01 Hill when the on Fr. Thomas Gardner, OFM Commissary of the Holy Land Send us yours. Stersvisited Sen. We need 500 words (or so) e eaTle Bumpers, and a photograph. n. David Pryor Rep. John Arkansas Catholic P.O. Box 7417 Little Rock 72217 aul Hammer- schmidt of Ar- 0t The keynote IIII I I I I Speaker, Director 'ZZZZ'KZ"KZZ:ZZZZ:ZZ" 'KZZi |f ~mployment ~ Little Rock - Msgr. James O Connell + ~l~ ~TZ IResearch Associ- Scholastics has an0unced Burse contributions re- ates Marion An ceived during March through June. der .,, , Vo el ohl OSB ,.,, aa- g P ' Following are the name of each burse, recent Contributions and each burse CO,, [ essed the need for people to "involve k AGENCY +l arnrSelves politically to turn this coun, total. .... Ound. The economic effects of Rev. John E. Barnes: $30/$940. ,, England, AR Pocahontas spending over the past several Rev. Ralph Bauer: $100/$3,795. Mr. Insurance...all lines of coverage." Lr7 J,=ades, Anderson noted, have had a Rev. Paul Bujarski (in memory of his i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I [ I I I I ~.L,K,LZ,KLLLZLL,KLLLLLLLLJ -c---ere negative effect on much of this mother, Elizabeth Bujarski): $125/ i i i = i i i i i i i i I I I I I i = i :ZLZZzZZZZZZZzzZzZZZL "Untrv - The " sisters took this message to $4,055. Catholic Daughters of America (on t|"0ngress, raisin issues of national their fourth burse): $229/$2,698. neern includin federal budget pri- Msgr. A.P. Gallagher: $100/$2,875. ,learl"nties' conversion, health Rev. John W. Kordsmeier: $30/ Shop us first... a] e and housing with their elected $3,740.17. 1 ilsO PaOlid r me]e f oWa lfl s mdf John A. Kr0eszig Estate: $22,625.88/ "" " $22,625.88. Rev. Edward McCormick: $100/ $11,220. d,?etng more aware of issues home- Mr. and Mrs. James M. McCormick I and other domestic issues, I can exercise my rights as a citizen." r ttae NETWORK Legislative Seminar ,ff.mJune 16-20 atTrinity College. na ona a olic so dJUstice lobby based in Washington, members in every state. Lobbying co rts are focused on enacting laws in E o gr. ess which provide access to eco- R hale resources for the poor, justice [I.g Obal relationships and falrness in il aorta1 funding. - I ishop McDonald rst:eiw letter /]/s + the .hop Andrew.]. McDonald has received following let : everend Father, l"a .COd's peace be yoursl m receipt of your check repre- and their family: $5,000/$5,000. Bishop Andrew J. McDonald (in memory of Msgr. Lyness):$200/$6,220. Joseph A. O'Brien Estate: $500/$500. Rev. Walter Rajmund: $40/$40. Rev. James R. Savary: $100/$2,276, Msgr. John Scheper: $25/$8,939.48. Sullivan Family: $500/$8,925. Unassigned burses: $200/$67,153.15. FrederickJ. Worm: $100/$2,320. Total Contributions: $30,004.88 The contiibution from John A. Kroeszig's estate is the largest contribu- tion ever received by St. John's Endow- ment Fund. Along with the other con- tributions, it will be invested and only the interest earned will be used for sup- porting the education of men studying for the priesthood. Contributions may be sent to St. John's Seminary Endow- ment Fund, c/o Msgr. James E. O'Connell, P.O. Box 7565, Little Rock, 72217. CALVARY CEMETERY HAS ROOM FOR MORE BURIALS. It has been brought to our attention that Calvary Ceme- tery, the Catholic cemetery in Little Rock. no longer has spaces for burials. This is not true. We have burial spaces both in the fiat marker sections and the upright monu- merit sections suitable for single burials or family group- ings. Spaces are also available in the mausoleum. Interested parties should call Irene Bell at 664-0340, ext. 379 or Mike Cagle at 663- 2242.