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PAGE 2 THE GUARDIAN, AUG. 9, 1974 MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER September 13.15 St. John's Catholic Center 2500 N. Tyler, Little Rock A Marriage Encounter enriches married life. Those who have lived the experience recnmn, end it highly. Interested couples ma) register for the forthcoming En- counter b) filling out and mailing the coupon belo, enclosing $10 deposit. MR, and MRi. i CIT d pAPdSH MAILTO: MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER ST. JOHN'S CENTER J P. O. BOX 7555, LITTLE ROCK, AR 72207 I For Information, Call: Your Pastor or Joe A. & Alice Roll 562.4090 /I!? 00.Cobble00 /t00J +u----+--++ ....... J MENS SHOES: * Florsheim . Rand | . Bass . Portage . Acing Boots L . Hush Puppies ARKANSAS TOUR TO MEXICO NOVEMBER 23, 1974 ROUND TRIP VIA AMERICAN AIRLINES 4 NIGHTS MEXICO CITY * 4 NIGHTS ACAPULCO VISIT CUERNAVACA and TAXCO 4 TOURS * 4 BREAKFASTS * i LUNCH * 5 DINNERS Personally Escorted by Bob Peters 2813 Kavanaugh, Little Rock, Ark., Ph. 666-0242 i i Sir STEAK HCXISE and GENES,MON RED COAT TAVERN AARON ROSS Owners Sir Loin's Inn is North Little Rock's newest steak house. The Sir Loin's Inn offers a ...... 1  .......... t, ....................... You will enjoy fixing your own salad topped with croutons and salad shrimp. Three blocks west of the North Little Rock Holiday Inn. 801 West 29th Street, N.L.R. OPEN 5:30 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. Watch For... DIAMOND LIQUORS Rixie Exit- Highway 67 North THERE'S ONE NEAR YOU DCCW Rosary Tableau Dennis Connell portrayed St. Dominic and Maureen Brown portrayed the Virgin Mary in a tableau presentation of the Rosary legend during a meeting of the Western Deanery Council of Catholic Women recently in Hot Springs. Color slides depicted the 15 mysteries of the Rosary as Maureen recited the promises of Mary to those who devoutly recite the beads. Mr. and Mrs. Rod J. McDonald prepared a beautiful stage setting for the tableau. Father John Riddell, co-pastor of St. John's parish, offered Mass. Beverly Priest was chairman. Lillian Parker, president of St. John's Altar Society, welcomed delegates. Jessie Triekey of Benton conducted the business session. Father Riddell spoke on '% Change for the Better; the Church of the Future" at a deanery luncheon in the Holiday Inn. Promises CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 prepared their promises-con- tract ceremony during an Aug. 2-4 retreat-workshop on Liturgical Prayer conducted by Rev. Ken Smits, O.F.M., Cap., of Milwaukee, Wis. After a one-year orientation period as an Associate with the Fort Smith: Benedictines, Common Easter Date Anticipated New York (NC) -- The traditional practice by different Christian churches of celebrating Easter on different dates may be ended in the "near future," according to Metropolitan Chrysostomos, a leading Orthodox theologian of the Holy Synod of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople. Metropolitan Chrysostomos made his remarks during a short visit to this country recently. The Council of Nicea ordered in the year 325 that the Festival of the Resurrection be celebrated on the first Sunday following the first full moon after the vernal equinox but always after the Passover. Metropolitan Chrysostomos said he expected that the subject would be discussed during the next meeting of the Pan-Orthodox Council, scheduled to begin on Sept. 16 in Salonska, Greece. Most of the world's Protestant churches favor a fixed date. The Vatican has indicated that it is favorably disposed to setting a fixed date in conjunction with other churches and secular bodies. Sisters Tereze and Cheryl were sent for a year of intensive training in the meaning and value of the religious life to the Benedictine community of Sisters in Mount Angel, Oregon. While living, working, and praying with the Sisters there, Sister Tereze spent the 1972-73 t11 1U OILI" Ctleryl the 1t;- 74 term in Scripture, theology, and monastic life courses with seminarians at the Abbey in Mount Angel. The St. Scholastica Chapter voted to affiliate with this program when the few young women entering made it im- practical to staff a novitiate training program at the Fort Smith motherhouse. The Convent Queen of Angels in Mount Angel is a member of the Federation of St. Gertrude to which St. Scholastica also belongs. In spirit and life style the two are similar. Daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Harris of McGehee, Sister Tereze teaches second grade in the public school in Arkansas City, a position she held prior to her entry into the community. She lives in Der- mort with the Sisters who staff the Dermott-Chicot County hospital. She has a B.A. degree from the AM&N College in Pine Bluff and a B.S. degree from Arkansas Baptist College in Little Rock. Sister Tereze directed the Head Start program in Arkansas City for several summers. Sister Cheryl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nesbitt of Valley View, Texas, received her bachelor's degree from Texas Woman's University in Denton, and her master's degree in counseling and student personel services at North Texas State University, also in Denton. r I II I I II II I I Ill I Ill Ill Ill Ill I l ii ii Ellll : TL00ORING i [ that's really effective! | : Ilone. 664-2880 : : Leami.g Foundations : I L The Tutoring Center : Imu[nmlluunm[[mn[m From the Managing Editor's Desk.. The00Quardk i More social changes have been wrought in the United Sta- ........... tes since the advent of tele- vision than in all the na- tion's earlier years. And be- fore long this medium will Isbllshed Weekly by The Gu4rdlW 1{ 2s00 N. Tyler St., Llfitle Rock, Sond.class poste paid l Little Rock, Arkansas SUBSCRIPTION PRICE;. $5.00 per year tn the United S 1 Canada $6.50 - Foreign $7,a, PUBLISHER Irl' 1 MOST REVEREND .an, ANDREW J. McDONALD, IPJ Blshopof Little Rock LP k e EDITOR bring radical REV. MONSIGNOR Ra! changes in political practices. THOMAS L. KEANY, Ph.r a Mount St. Mary AcdemY Liffle Rock, Arkansas fUa None of these changes has come by design. All of them rm7 a have been a natural outgrowth MANAGING EDITOR of better communications. And MR.WILLIAMW. CYDONNn e this is what is about to happen in  All Departmen P.O. ir FORREST PARK STATION -- Z O/' the political realm. Telephone666-0286 {; Civil rights became a lively issue as a result of television  B,m Soo S!e F_. __'k 4:30 P.M. Modify tt,,, making the existence of I!da.ao'on w,, k"T--I National Holldy$ and nv: discrimination obvious. Un-  o,o,,ion. ,i fortunately, television also added to the unrest of the 1960s i a when its legitimate reports of live in a country clt r riots and violence fired the mosphere. :ra baser instincts of the nation's This will result fr0h rabble, inevitable admissi0 The first indication that political changes were in the offing came with the Wa.tergate hearings. And when the House Committee on the Judiciary opened its impeachment debates to television, it was one small step for broadcasting and one giant step for political reform. Regardless of what happens to Richard Nixon, membership in Congress is about to lose many of its elite charac- teristics. 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