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: ...... " ' ......... THE GoARDiAN," AUG0S'T'i3, i982 ":: ..... :.i ..... . PAGE, 3 Vatican Notes Moslem Feast Vatican City (NC) -- The Vatican has written a letter to the world's Moslems to mark the end of their annual month of fasting. The letter came from the Vatican's Secretariat for Non- Christians and was signed by its prefect, Archbishop Jean Jadot. The letter commemorated the Moslem feast of the breaking of the fast, which ends the sacred month of Ramadan. The letter was addressed "to all of our brothers in God, the Moslems of the world" and said "Christians share your joy." NCWU Allocates Monies TI) Several Worthy Causes DURING THIS week, one of our parishes also suffered no loss of life, but loss of property. Early Monday morning, the parish hall and the old school building at- tached to it at St. Francis Parish in Forrest City burned. Fortunately there were no injuries. Father Tom Donahue, the pastor, is safe. To him and to the members of the parish, we offer our sympathy and a pledge to help with the rebuilding program. On a happier note, I have spent this week at Oakland, Maryland in the western part of that beautiful State. There is a man made body of water known as Deep Creek Lake. For twenty five years, I have visited Monsignor Lyness, priests and friends at this location. Some of the guests fish; some go boating and others play golf. Three of us deserve a place in Guiness' Book of World Records because we played fifty four holes of golf on one day. St. Louis, Mo. -- The 66th Also recommended was $4,500 "---'- annual convention of the for areader printer to be used E HAS become a ustolivein faith. National Catholic Women's with microfilm tapes at the :e';unfortunately for As we contemplate the loss Union convened with the 127th Central Bureau. k this week, I wit of life through violence and C.C.U. of America here The Missions Display bekes. -- [ruction of war the loss of these children, we ,t n , . recently with Archbishop consisted of many items from -.very evening, are eontoled to know that the JohnL. May, D.D., and theSt, all the affiliated societies. ""'r aOk us to Lebanon children are safe home with Louis affiliationsashosts. There were eight chasubles, wn eyes, we the Lord Who once said, Mrs. Henrietta Grush, many altar linens, 300 leSe destruction of "Permit the little children to president of NCWU of St. children's dressesforMexico, , and property, come unto Me for of such is Louis, chaired each meeting, supplies for the Medical elrmae, I have noted the kingdom of heaven." To Six priests, spiritual directors Missions, numerous quilts j1 able automobile the bereaved parents whose of the affiliated societies, and a vast number of other a our highways, hearts were filled with joy were present. They con- items. ss lives of men, when these children were celebrated Masseachdayand Speakers at the Mission thoJl children. In a born, we offer our holy actively participated in all the exhibit were Sister Mary Rose .,ga, I was touched Mother Mary, the Sorrowful meetings of the societies they Mersinger, C.P.P.S., from rer, united myself Mother of Jesus who stood amazed both at the hospitality represented. Father William Brazil, and Sister Gemma dtCaple of the village beneath the cross and wat- of the local priests and the Mitchell, C.C.S.S., joined Backer, O.S.F., of Bolivia dois, France. In a ched her son die. Even though goodness and generosity of them Each told of their work and j.ent, forty-four an ocean separates us from the people. Of them it can be Mrs. Hilda Oberste of the difficult and dangerous that little village the little village in France, we said, "I was a stranger but Barling, president of CWUA, conditions in those countries. fives. One family invite all of you our people to you took mein." and Mrs. Miriam Maginnis of Bolivia is a small country torn :rs.|dren and another pray with us for those who I will remain in this part of Greenwood, honorary apart by injustice and ., jh glad that Jesus weep and wail at the loss of the country for one more president, were delegates poverty. ;ro, e earth and their children, week. During that time, I will from Arkansas. Monsignor Patrick Malloy ewd His power to participate in the Centennial Trustees and directors of St. Louis was Master of ls able to feed the Convention of the Knights of decided on the business to be Ceremonies and the banquet -"'fl the thirsty; He Columbus. I take this op- presented to the general speakers included John the bereaved when portunity to express my meetings pertaining to Cardinal Carberry, Arch- ,,azarus to life and gratitude and my admiration revisions and amendments to bishop John L. May and ek to his sisters, for the Knights and their the constitution and by-laws Bishop CharlesR. Koster. ,,Mary. It isonlyin families. Throughout our and the allocation of certain The microfilm apostolate { unite ourselves diocese, these men, women funds, report was given by Nicholas reaved parents and children work closely It was decided to allocate Dietz, Ph.D. at in desperation, with the priests and pastors in $5,000 to the National Shrine Monsignor Malloy ex- ere are You?" In order to strengthen family life of the Immaculate Conception plained the work of the walFJmve that Jesus is and Catholic life in our in Washington, D.C. ; $1,000 to u"ent among us communities .... the Holy Father for Peter's  - ' ' tog His power is Pence and $1,000 to the er I[ and hidden. We Your friend, National Pro Life Committee. hole our God is a God + AndrewJ. McDonald Mass stipends for the I mercy. He wants Bishop of Little Rock Missions amounted to $1,582. iu00L Family Contributes $1-Million School REALTY Road oe 800-0013 Home Santa Clark, Calif. (NC) -- university to bring The Bannan family of Southern California has been sending people to the University of Santa Clara to study, to work and to serve on its boards for more than 60 years. And while individual memberg and relatives of the family have donated money to the school previously, now 55 Bannan relatives have joined together to give $1.225-million to establish an endowment fund at the university. The family made the donation to begin the Louis Bannan Perpetual Foun- dation for Christian Values. The fund is in honor of Jesuit. Father Louis Bannan, who is the assistant to the president for alumni affairs at the ON THIS past weekend; I visited the Church of the , I Nativity in Pittsburgh and "fi. a'rea.'2"yl.Po/ONBR preached at the Saturday 00,I00a,Ur.:l evening Ithallener Mass and the four ,lgar.I. $15,800 equity. $497 I Masses on Sunday in behalf of p] I J the rural missions of our I diocese. I am constantly ts, a ...... le g-Vacuum-Fan Ctr. ,. DM MONOGRAMMING tnx SE ' RVICE-REBUILDERS UM CLEANERS NG MACmNES. ING FANS-ALL SIZES _..y La Brot & Associates _jlO0' (We Rent the Rug Doctor) Lower Level) Colony West on Jesuit-run university and a brother of the first Bannan to graduate from Santa Clara. Father Bannan's brother, Thomas, entered the university in 1919 to study engineering. Since then, 58 "direct" Bannan descendants have enrolled. And the total i moos DAIRY PRODUCTS Buy It From Nearest Food Sto' Physicians' Federation for parental training of sex education for children. CCUA allocated $1,000 for this work and urged NCWU to con- tribute to this cause. Declaration of Principles was presented to the closing meeting by Dr. Albert J. Sattler, K.S.G. and were accepted by Joseph Gervase as co-chairman. NUNELECTED La Crosse, Wis. (NC) -- Sister Paula Ripple, the former executive director of the National Conference of Separated and Divorced Catholics, has been elected president of her religious community, the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration, La Crosse, Wis. *'"", HELP PREVENT fo FOREST FIRES ,. IN THE SOUTH M. Hunecker Member St. Theresa's Parish 1 HAVE MANY GOOD LOW EQUITY BUYS in ALL PRICE RANGES and AREAS. Call me for details. Home 562-2557. PRO REALTY 568-3939 '7-- goes about 90 if cousins and rk,v   other relatives are included. s, .i.}, /e.dlg& d  /.4el&@ | Ironically, Father Bannan c ...... r---- -- I was the only one of five 't it. I brothers not to attend Santa ]fl-, ' A. | Clara, since he entered the ,.ss #JAeJL W | Society of Jesus after & I graduating from high school. ,eE-., -.vv- w re I But he has taught philosophy '  qi- I and psychology and worked us,l 9  I theresinee 1953. ,m"  - J The priest has been in- J  : 90.?  ).,,Jm_ J volved in alumni work since .......... 1 1956 and this gave special T C0  L ; I incentive to the family to NeP' ' / establish the endowment, "'._.__ -- since 1981 marked his 25th in o'l. ................... alumni affairs and his 56th . w J ,--:A "l'Itli V L, inc. I year as a Jesuit. '': w.?3, 72', I in a special letter 18 months st "One Ca -5335 ago, a family committee ,ail7 --- -_---_[ ........ [ urged, "Let's all do what we RK "  AIR LINE J can for Father Lou and for ""'HOT$I. [_ A _ ran _ DAII . RH$ J Santa Clara." In less than a M;" ' ..... J year, the fund has topped $1- .._ }11:ANIr I million. 'Jl &lU e-n,,,.,,. . . , _ _._ I The fund is meant to "ad- .. : -- --.-,. UCUl:t: I:scorteo or inae ,noe- I vance the Catholic character 2tuent to suit n I Jans of th mversK and to m t your personal plans. J e u " ' y " - f, 0, /,v,,iwho,,.. : I crease and enhance the Jesuit ;;;::::k.r. i presence among the faculty rrOvel SERVICE anywhere / and staff." It will allow the distinguished visiting. professors to the campus and  support retreats, seminars and other activities of the Campus Ministry office. The Bannan presence at Santa Clara continues; last year, there were five Bannans of direct descent at the university and four cousins Headquarters / / i/:':/:: " Center ILl. SHOPPING CENTER ,