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PAGE 5 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC AUGUST J 2, J 990 (RE program of Christ the King par- ish in Little Rock will add a pre-school SUnday school during the 10 AM Mass beginning this fall. Children who are three (by Sept. 30) or four years old are eligible. Any parents interested in enrolling their children should attend organizational meeting on Monday, Aug. 13 at 7:30 PM in the Family Life Center. For more information, call Claire Hartmann at 225-6774. ,.Ben Duhart, son of Ben and Helen Uuhart of St. Joseph in Pine Bluff, has been awarded a tuition scholarship from Florida A & M in Tallahassee as Well as a scholarship for a five-week r olecular biology workshop. He will enroll this fall as a freshman at Florida A & M, where he plans to major in chemistry. St The religious education program of _ "jOseph parish in Fayetteville will O P nsor a one-day retreat for all cat- hists of the Northwest Deanery on ednesdav, Auo, 22, from 9"30 AM to 3 PM. The retreat will be held at St. il'homas Aquinas church in Fayetteville. Unch will be provided at no charge, reservations are needed. Parents of StUdents in religious education pro- .graras or persons interested in becom- Ing catechists are also welcome to at- ind.For more information call St. 840, or as parish, 442 5371 r,A Holy Hour is held every Tuesday at Lady of Good Counsel church in tth Rock. The service includes Lit- of the Hours, the rosary, Litany of I.:arY, reading of the Gospel and ediction. The service is held from 0on to I PM on the second and fourth ue law other '-' and from 5:30 - 6:30 PM on TUesdays. St. Joseph parish in Center Ridge" de raed 26 young people from kin- o rgarten thromrh Junior hi h at their . o J g er Vacation Bible School. Sisters -' ueth Rossi, OSB, and Benedict ii i!ii!i!ii ii!!: Bill Ell~Cmes Coumy Times Bishop Andrew J. McDonald (center) presided at the dedication of the new St. Peter's church In Wynne. There were 500 people in attendance at the ceremony. The rites of dedication recall the dedication of the first temple by Solomon and the rededication of the new temple. Also present in the sanctuary were [L to R] Scott McGuire, Greg Folken, Rev. John Barnes, Rev. John Lynch, M. Arf., Bishop McDonald, Rev. Francis Malone (back to congregation), Rev. Aime Lacasse, M. Afr., pastor, Jonathen Hylle, Rev. Andrew Dufault, Eric Zeyloth and Josh Morgan. Marie Borgerding, OSB, coordinated the program, which was held in the new parish hall. A parish library is being readied at Immaculate Conception in Fort Smith. i! !~i!i COuncil: L to R (rear): Danlelle Borst, Holy Re- El Dorado; Mlckle Pennington, Immaculate of Mary, Magnolia; Jennifer McCIory, St. Ed- Texarkana; Stephen Watson, Immaculate Heart , Magnolia. The recently elected CYO Council of the Southwest Deanery is planning a deanery meeting for Aug. 11 at St. Ed- ward in Texarkana. St. Edward CYO's summer activities have included a day of waterskiing to honor 1990 gradu- ates and a retreat at Subiaco. In August, they will conduct a retreat for the parish Jr. Youth Group and participate in a "Downtown Stroll" in Texarkana to collect money for the Leu- kemia Society. Anyone who would like to donate books, magazine subscriptions, audio- or videotapes to fill the library shelves should call the parish at 785-2603. Artist Elizabeth Ryan, of St. Elizabeth parish in Eureka Springs, recently donated her talent in the form of a new altar painting for the sanctuary of the small parish church. Though she has lived most of her life in Philadelphia, Ryan's great-uncle built the original St. Elizabeth chapel in memory of his mother, Ryan's great-grand- mother. In her acrylic paint- ing, Christ is shown blessing the country- side and surrounded by cows and apple 0r- chards. "People ask me where the sheep are," Ryan says, "and I tell them 'it's not the Good Shepherd.' It's a be- nevolent figure blessing what we see around us Fm.m. Eur,k, r s.E o every day here in the Painting by Elizabeth Ryan Ozarks." The painting was dedicated to Ryan's husband, Jack, who died two years ago. Ryan is now designing stained-glass windows in the same colors and circular design as the painting. They will replace the windows on ei&er side of the altar.