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PAGE 12 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC JULY 29, 1990 TV MASS Rev. A/an Rosenau z9, 99o Sunday, 7 AM Remember to send us your news. ARKANSAS CATHOLIC qw Christ the King Church in Little Rock wishes to sell (30) 12ft. pews at $150 each also all light- ing fixtures, These items are cash & carry. These pews must be removed from the church on August 16 or 17. Please call the parish secretary during office hours to reserve your purchase, 225-6774. Sunday.Sunday, July 29-Aug. 5 - Mis- sion Collections in Pittsburgh and va- cation. Monday, Aug. 6 - Return from Pitts- burgh. Tuesday, Aug. 7 : In office. Wednesday, Aug. 8 - Mass for school principals, Subiaco Abbey. Thursday-Friday, Aug. 9-10 - In office. Saturday, Aug. 11 - In town. Taste our non-fat frozen yogurt in assorted flavors. THE BIG APPLE Dell & Gow'trwt Coffee House Omen Mountain Plaza, Little Rock 228-9900 Mon.- Sat. I0 111 6 We accept all major credit cards. Charles & Theresa S~ratski, Christ the Kin~ parish Palm Beach Gardens, FL (CNS) - A , marriage and family therapist here said she believes the current wave of foul mouthed entertainment is "faddy and will blow over." In an interview with The Treasure Coast Catholic, Candice von Fache, a member of the American Association of Sex Educators, also advised parents to make sure their home life is stable to "protect their children from such entertainment. "Parents must set clear-cut, consistent, firm limits and then stick to those limits," said von Fache. I'hey need to specify what the consequences will be if their children exceed those limits and then enforce the consequences." Offensive entertainment can be a way for teen-agers "to test adults," she said. A federal judge in Florida ruled in June that an album of a rap band, "2 Live Crew," was obscene by the com- munity standards of Palm Beach, Brow- ard and Dade counties, all in southern Florida. Mary Augela Murdaugh, 76, died July 11. Husband: George; Rev. George Murdaugh, Jr., LA, Daniel, North Little Rock; ters: Sr. Mary Angela, Wesalco, Katheleen Sfillman, Corpus Christi, Anita Henson, Little Rock, Patty gen of Memphis, TN, Nancy Brussels, Belgium, Dr. Carolyn ton, Monte Valo, AL, Judy Alexander; 23 grandchildren; two grandchildren. Bertha Louise Boullioun Porbeck Little Rock, died July 13. Son: Porbeck, Jr., Big Sandy, TX; grandchildren; five Thomas Carter Forman, 26, died July 8. Wife: Sandy Conrad man; son: Thomas Clayton; Tayla Camille. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i~ August: That especially in daily difficulties priests be able tq renew the grace received in ordination. Pope John Paul Petition for @ @ @ @ @ @ @ Annouce Your Wedding or Engagement to Arkansas Catholic Readers. Beginning with the August 12 issue of Arkansas Catholic, you can have your wedding or engagement annoucement and photo printed. There will be a minimal cost of $1.50 per line for text and $7.00 per photo. Send no money now, after your an- noucement appears, we will mail you a statement. For additional information, call Ron Hall at 664-0340, ext. 326. ARKANSAS___ CATHOLIC P O Box 7417, Little Rock, AR 72217