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6 A' NSAS C,'THOL, C IP & i1 S W S By Judy Hoelzeman Arthur T. Reyes, of St. Theresa par- ish in Little Rock, has been named to the Dean's List of Rockhurst College in Kan- sas City, MO. Reyes earned a 3.76 overall grade point av- erage in his freshman year. A 1988 graduate of Catholic High Arthur T. Reyes School, he will return this fall to Rockhurst, where he is studying biology and chemistry. Reyes is the son of Rodolfo and Anesia Reyes of Little Rock. Four years ago, the Altar Rosary So- ciety of Blessed Sacrament in Jonesboro came up with a thoughtful way to intro- duce new mothers to its Mother's Day Out Program. They began to offer congratulations by delivering to families of newborns a home-cooked meal. Along with the meal, mothers were given one free day of baby care at the Mother's Day Out. Betty Buhrmester of Blessed Sacrament says she keeps up with the "blessed events" by checking with the parish office and watching the newspapers. The service often results in new members for the Altar Rosary Society and for Mother's Day Out, when grateful mothers volunteer to join the groups. Ann Chudy of Immaculate Concep- tion in North Little Rock liked her pastor's, Msgr. John O'Donnell, homi- lies so much, she began audiotaping on the church's built-in taping system and taking the tapes to her mother and other residents at Riley's Nursing Home. She soon started getting re- quests for copies of the taped homilies from parishioners. Now, four years later, she makes about 25 to 30 copies of each homily on a home duplicator (one at a time). They're then sold for $1 each at the church office. The tapes have been known to make their way to Mexico and Canada. And Chudy has sent tapes to members of Congress, and even to the President, when she thinks they need to hear what O'Donnell has had to say. For more information on obtaining tapes or starting a similar service in your parish, call Chudy at 753-4162. Laundry & Cleaners 917 Main Street Pine Bluff 535-0623 26th & Cherry. . Pine Bluff $34-4210 535-3486 * Dry Cleaning * Laundering Preached by Rev. John Delclos of the Baltimore, MD, Evangelization Ol ce Immaculate Heart of Mary Church Blue Hill Road North Little Rock ( Marche ) Sept. 3 Potluck and Presentation 6:30 PM Sept. 4 -7 Mass at 7 PM, Presentation at 8 PM Call 851-1456 or 851-1430 For Directions A pro-life committee has been formed at St. Theresa in Little Rock, with activities planned to begin in Oc- tober. The group's top priority will be educating other groups, beginning with those within St. Theresa parish, on the pro-life issue of abortion. The com- mittee hopes to get more parishioners involved by using a time and talent sign- up sheet. For more information, con- tactJody Greenen at 225-9002, or Rose Mimms at 455-0690. Thomas Fuhrman, 19, son of Richard and Kathleen Fuhrman of Christ the King in Fort Smith, has been invited to join the cast of "Up With People." He will entertain and do commu- nity service with the group in 80 to 90 communi- ties in Europe or Australia during Thomas Fuhrman the next year. Fuhrmann is a 1989 graduate of Southside High School, where he played drums in the band. He worked with the Search program and remains active with CYO as an adult advisor. "Up With People" is an international organ ation started 25 years ago, dedi- cated to building understanding among nations through entertainment, and to encouraging leadership qualities and motivation to service among young adults. Selection for the group is based on musical ability, maturity, motivation, interest in the world and the desire to serve others. St. Bernard parish in Bella Vista celebrated its tenth anniversary with a dinner on Aug. 6 at the Bella Vista Country Club. A brunch at the Bella Vista Yacht Club followed the anniver- sary Mass celebrated on Aug. 7. About 300 parishioners and guests attended the festivities. Priests who were present included Rev. Thomas Donahue, Chaplain of St. Mary Rogers Memorial Hospital; Rev. Bernard Malone, first pastor of St. Bernard church; Rev. Jo- seph Enderlin, current pastor; Rev. Amos Enderlin (ret.) and Rev. Robert Hartmann from the Church of Magdalen in Wichita, KS. The Social Concerns Committ4[ Our Lady of the Holy Souls in ~[ Rock is sponsoring an exhibit are~ the parish's annual Fall Fun Fest toil held Sunday, Oct. 28 from 12:30-5 ~t in the School Gym. The commi~[ hopes the exhibits will inform ~ educate people about issues such ~[ hunger, homelessness and a variety~[ other human needs, what is being d0~] about them and how individuals ~1 groups can help. ] Organizations outside theparish invited to set up booths at the exhi [ area. A banquet-size table and electri#[ outlet will be furnished. All exhibi t must be approved by the pastor #!1 the Social Concerns Committee. Jl general information table will alsoI available for those who would lik I display materials, but who cannot present at the Fun Fest. 11 Saundra Meeks, of the Social C01t[ cerns Committee, encourages all v/b0[ u t~~[. work in social ministry areas to advantage of this opportunity to 't[ a large number of people and to reC J volunteers. To register for a booth, c~[ Meeks before September 92 at 221.14~I[ or 569-5188. **** The Men's Club of Our Lady of Holy Souls parish in Little Rock receO sponsored a Father-Son Night at Winder Field. More than 200 merl boys were treated to free hot dogs drinks while they enjoyed watching " C~lp kansas Travelers baseball. Each 't I received a door prize. GrandfatherS .I grandsons and uncles with nepheWS attended. The club hopes to make[ ppular uting ? anny2 event. [ Dallas Shelby of St. Francis in Fah lt [ Bay has been elected Student Goll [ President at Subiaco Academy fore[ 1090-91 schoolyear. The son of NJ .i and Bill Shelby, hewas amon 46subi . students named to the fourth Faculty List. He also received award achievement in journalism and Shelbyis a member of the National Society and was editor of the scb% newspaper and associate editor of pr yearbook last year. L to R: Rev. Thomas Donahue, Rev. Bemard Malone, Rev. Amos Enderlin, Rev. Joseph Enderlin, and Rev. Robert l-larlnmnn.