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Page 12 August 22, !998 TV Mass ter Mass aired for the first time on a new station in that area, Straessle con- Continued from page 1 tinued. "She praised the bishop for bringing the Mass into homes of the quite small and do not allow much room sick and to those who are in hospitals. for a congregation, once renovations are She encouraged all of her other complete in Morris Hall the TV Mass homebound friends to watch TV Mass will be moved back to the Morris Hall on Easter, and on that glorious Sunday chapel, which comfortably seats more morning, we were able to bring the risen than 150. Lord to this woman and all of her We are very grateful to Bishop friends. What a mission. McDonald for allowing us to participate While the success of TV Mass proves in spreading the Good News to Catho- television can be a positive medium, it lics throughout Arkansas on such a large clearly illustrates the enormous costs as- scale, says Danny Straessle, director of sociated with such technology. Thanks communications for the diocese, to the generosity of Catholics who par- Through TVMasswe are reaching many ticipate in CASA and a number of Catholics who would otherwise not be people who send donations monthly, able to participate indue to illness the diocese is able to cover some of the or ,some other infirmity, production expenses. If you would like 'We received a letter from a to helpinthismonthlyeffort, donations homebound woman in northwest ,,Arkan- may be sent to: TV Mass, P.O. Box 7417, sas shortly after Bishop McDonald s Eas- Little Rock, AR 72217. Bombing 'We have had year after year of this, [ he said. q'his is mass murder. We need to | Continued from page 1 .--- be shown that this peace process is s0rne [ " thing that can survive. . I going to cry with them;, It will take an- other day to find words, relQuee1272etcIIjmed plmcalana I ga " ndemning the attack | Father Eddie Deney, who works in South British Prime Minister Tony Bl~r, who ] ' Africa but was on his way home for a vaca- traveled to Northern Ireland to meet ~ | tion, was traveling though Omagh when politicians the day after the bombing: | the blast occurred, called it an appalling act of savagery ] F He went to check on victims and sawevil by people,determined to wreck ~e[ ~[ people running around, calling out names peace process. . I VO/ in search of each other. In Washin ton, the lobbv ~rouo Iri~ [ _ t~ g 1o - He and other priests administered last National Caucus issued an Aug. 17 | rites to the victims, but he said it was nearly ment from its president, Father See| impossible to tell the dead from the in- McManus, who was visiting Northern Ire[ , jured because there was so, much blood, land. | B, p I felt completely numb, Father Deney "Irish-Americans totally condemn | ffl said. "rhe only way to cope with what I monstrous act of savagery, he said, ~i | saw was to switch off my emotions."ing the bombing "a brutally violent a~0 i W The Church of Ireland primate, Arch- viciously evil act No words are adeq~ I r..~: bishop Robin Eames, comforted the in- to condemn it.' ~ l hck jured at Dungannon hospital. Mthough none of the dissident repU~ [ ists " ' 'n l, llv l|can terrorist groups admitted planU g. ! ~... device, susoicion immediatelv 1i~11 on ~e ] ti~) Real-IRA, a solinter ~rouD which Dro I ~_ ~ o v - l'tl " r.,; from the IRA and rejected Nortlae [ . Ireland's Good Friday peace agree~! [ ~re~ Its leader is believed to be a former ] e01 ,~ ~ arms chief who has detailed knowledg | k.,. Your opportunity to help a very poor child is much too important to miss. And Christian Foundation for Children and Aging (CFCA), an international Catholic sponsorship program can show you the affordable way. Through CFCA you sponsor a child for the amount you can afford. Ordinarily it takes $20 a month to pro- vide one poor child with the life-changing benefits of sponsorship. But if this is not possible for you, we invite you to sponsor at a level you can afford (minimum $10). 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Catholic lcredit card: ~ VISA GI.MC IZI Discover ~ AMEX ..... ~ 66i03 0910 ' Child I ....... r~ansas t_nty,- I I Sr~nsorshin | Lara, r~o. ~ lzxp. tJate ___.____ or call toll-free 1-800-875-6564 I | r" r I ~ I can t sponsor now, but here's my gift of $. [ '-~ "I ...... Member: U.S, Catholic Mission Associatmn, Nahonal Cathohc l I ] ~ v ease seno me more mtormatlon about sponsorship. Development Conference,Catholic Network of Volunteer Service | | 414 / FOUNDED AND DIRECTED BY CATHOLIC LAY PEOPLE Financial report available on request / Donations are U.S. tax.deductible | llmgl~almmllnmmlll, almllmammmalm~alm~mm0nlmlalallm~lallll m~m mmmm~ m mmmm~ mm m mm m~ Sister Mary [ Continued from page 4 [ After studyin~ sniritualitv and earnig | ~i! - .. "v i0 tvl her master's degree in pastoral stud0.| M~.~ from Ioyola University in Chicago inJ | " " 11110 ~ I ary 1998, she had many job offers ar.O | sh0 the country. Her attraction to worg thr.,- the Diocese of Little Rock was some !! search she had conducted about !r-~ order's early beginnings VCnile attends! a meeting at the motherhouse in Pa~t she learned thai her orxlcr was rn..,lv Uztited Suites much earlit'r than preVi0W'J thought After much research she ft~t' leltcrs liom hish and Fr.nch sisterS vela0 lived in (]onway anti Morrilton. T~ mirristcred to the Irish German French imnfigrants and trie(l in va~l~,~ hell) the black residenls Sister Mary ~ Segregation prevented 'the blacks fro,' attending clmrch or geuing baptized'_a Sister Mary has a bachelor's deg,'ee .~; , , -- . ,. ,-.catW'" inaster s Degree In rellglOtlS con ., from McMaster University in Ham~!la'. Ontario, and a ma~ster's degree in edger !Jon Iron! the UmversW ot Toront':~cCs rive brothers, two sisters and 25 n~, and nephews live ira Ireland She said s~'~ plans to visit them next summer. * Sister Mary will assist director ~0" Minczewski in the Office of ReligioUS :. lla~' cation and Christian Initiation. Her ~i. focus will be on the Rite of Christia~ tiation for Adults and coordinatinC~, One of the diocesan theology prgr~.~ She said she is honeful oarisheS adopt lectionary cateci esis for their classes, focusing on the Sunday read~ instead of lectures, art," "It has to be a conversion of the he 1 she said. ,;CS How parishes work with new GatbO" [ also is a concern for Sister Mary. 0o | We need to spend more tigae d | mystagogy,7- , the time between Easter. | ften hapW Pentecost, she said. What o otil is, the Church "ourne s with eople 0_ J Y P . .,. - they come !nto the Church and the [ drop them. ~y t She said she expects to work on r~e | other projec One possible projeC"." I establishment of a reli~ous educaUO" to0 I o ' ,-;ldr~ tt gram tor mentally handicapped o,, | and adults, o ~| "Fhere is nta shortage of work t clone," she said.