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PAGE 6 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC JULY 29, "Loyola," from page 1 work for the Church. Although most of the feet of the disciples at the last our participants will take what they have supper. Rev. Bernard Lee, director of learned and apply it to their activities the Institute, spoke of graduation being outside the Church walls, our diocese a true commencement, a time of be- is really counting on some of these ginning rather than ending. With this people to contribute in big ways to the theme, the faculty and staff of the Catholic Church." Institute presented each graduate with "We heard in Father Lee's homily that a towel with the inscription: "Do as I this was the Age of the Laity," he said. have done." "And for the Church to be strong in "This will be the real test of the our diocese for the years to come, that's success of the program in our diocese." got to continue to become a reality." said Greg Wolfe, diocesan director of To enroll in a Loyola group for the Lay Ministry. "The purpose of the Fall1990 term, contact Wolfe at the Lay program is to help people, especially Ministry Office, Diocese of Little Rock, the laity, to understand and 'do' minis- 2500 N. Tyler St., Little Rock, 72207; try. This can be done in their family 664-0340. and social life, their work life, or their We're finicky about your formalwear. That's why we insist on a personal fit. George Yakoubian, Membec of Christ the King Call or visit today for your free catalog. Flev. Jim Schratz Ron Lanoue, Arkansas Director of the National Conference of Chris- tians and Jews, recently released the Community Advocates for Racial Eq- uity (CARE) Report to the Commu- nity. More than 150 persons pro- vided input for the report, which offers more than 40 suggestions for building racial harmony. The report was released at a press conference in the capitol rotunda July 19. Ar- kansas Catholic editor Deborah Hil- liard served on the task force steer- ing committee. Subiaco - The Arkansas Council1 the Catholic Knights of America/ hold it 41st triennial convention day and Sunday, Aug. 11-12, at"i]I] Subiaco Abbey. The convention theme is "Frater! ism In Action." All meetings will Cou y House. New officers willI el ed and installed. Delegates for 1991 national convention will elected. A Mass for deceased members offered Saturday at 1 PM. Following mass, a state officers meeting wil held. Registration of delegates wili-b! at 8:15 AM Sunday. Official openi the convention will be at 8:45. convention will close with Benedic in the afternoon. Host Branch is leston No. 999. Bishop receives lett Dear Bishop McDonald: I acknowledge with thanks your of $45,060.09, representing proOF from the "American Bishops' OveO ---- FINE MEN'S WEAR Appeal in your diocese. Your condnU cooperation is appreciated. Sincerely yours in Christ, ) | l 1327 Arcade Drive. Little Rock, AR 72212.501/225-5959 Rev. Msgr. Robert N. Lynch ; i] ( 2 blocks west of Parker Cadillac ) General Secretary : A thirty month journey completed... CONGRATULATIONS to the first group of Arkansas graduates ! Loyola University of New Orleans S Tmm 2s-30 NOV~.MBERg-1] .!] Institute For Ministry - Extension Program SDOM:AStory Re e=trai ,,e Director : James Connor, ocso explore the spiritual dimensions of the mid liI~ Cllnt Boshears Certificate of Pastoral Studies Stipend : $65 Kingdom Ministry Certificate of Pastoral Studies Pastoral Life Ministry Masters of Pastoral Studies Kingdom Ministry Masters of Pastoral Studies Social Concerns Ministry Masters of Pastoral Studies Liturgical Ministry Masters of Pastoral Studies Kingdom Ministry Masters of Pastoral Studies Pastoral Life Ministry Masters of Pastoral Studies Pastoral Life Ministry Certificate of Religious Education Adult Religious Education Christ the King, Little Rock Joan Cannon Church of the Assumption, Atkins Glenroy Charles Good Counsel, Little Rock Robert DeGostln Holy Souls, Little Rock Cathy Kittler Christ the King, Little Rock John Marschewski Christ the King, Little Rock St. Paul Matushek, D.C. Our Lady of Good Hope, Hope Sharon Stevens Holy Souls, LR Mary Walter St. Joseph, Conway FROM THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK! New classes forming for Fall. For information, contact Greg Wolfe at 501-664-0340 or the Diocesan Lay Ministry Office, 2500 North Tyler Street, Little Rock 72207. OCTOBER 26 - 28 "Recovery from Childhood Hangovers" A workshop for adult children of zlchoholics to learn to deal effectively with codependency roles, anger, fear, sadness and vulnerability. Presenter : Rachel Dietz, OSB Sdpend : $60 OCTOBER 1 - NOVEMBER 5 "Six Monday evening sessions on prayer" These ~ons will offer pracfica/ methods for progress in prayer. The evenings will conclude with a short prayer experience. Director : Macrina Wiederkehr, OSB Stipend : $30 endre six weel~. Limit : 20 people [ IName journey, i~' Director:. Jerre Roberts ,~ i Stipend : $55 ~iI r, NOVEMBER 25 - DECEMBER 1 "Five - Day directed retreat" This is an individually directed retreat based ot~:i Scripture and the retreatant's own life. Director : Macrina Wiederkehr, OSB Sdpend : $150. ]City _ Zip, I Phone Religion iSpocial Needs ( Health, Diet, etc.) IPlease register me for the following retreat: Title , ' 7 I , Date DEADLINE FOR REGISTFt4 noN- 7 DAYS BEFORE I I OPE# YO-F " , : ~lease return ( with a non-refundableregistration fee of $10) to :Sister Cabrini Schmitz, OSII I I St Scholasfca Retreat Cent~ i I P O Box $489 /,~ Fort Smith AR 72915 ....,1 Address State "1! %1:! "11 DECEMBER 1 " Day of Recollection" An Advent day of preparation for the coming d:~ Christ. Director : Macfina Wiederkehr, OSB Stipend: $15