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PAGE Z0 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC AUGUST Z6, 1990 IPIqTITUI Ieg .'. : Religious Education - Administration Campus Ministry Religious Education - Elementary Family Life Ministry Religious Education - High School Liturgical Ministry Religious Education - Adult Social Concerns Ministry Youth M n stry Pastoral Ministry Kingdom Ministry - [Some partial scholarShips available thanks to: The St. Joseph f I=ducation Fund, Pine Bluff. Contact for new groups: Northwest Arkansas Deacon Dan Daily/Fayetteville H 521-4536 W 575-6138 Southern Arkansas Sr. Theresa Daly / Hamburg H 853-8991 Central Arkansas Mr. Grog Wolfe/Little Rock Diocesan Offices 664-0340 APPLICATION DEADLINE : FRIDA Y, AUGUST 31, 1990 Classes begin in September. i- 't eSsTS'egnSo-re " 'nfZm" tiS' n bbo--uut "hZl[E p ogTa[" Name Master's Degree AddresS---- Certificate ,City Zip ____ Phone" wo,k Send to: Greg Wolfe. Lay Ministry Office Diocese of Little Rock,P O Box 7565 Little Rock, AR 72217 (i: ~! ~ii~ Indian Christians protest rape ,,I MAss Rev. Paul Strassle New Delhi (CNS) - Protests by In- August 26, 1990 dian Christians of the rape of two Sumday, 7 Catholic nuns have become forums for KTHV -- Arkansas 1 a wider issue of what some say is a growing pattern of attacks on the Christian minority of the state of Uttar Pradesh. om. 0O0 hris.ans emo ievie in Lucknow demanded guarantees of security for Christian institutions from the state government, saying the rapes Recent box office hits had shaken their confidence in the current administration. They said that rising crime in Uttar Pradesh poses a 1. GhosL A-Ill (PG-13) particular threat to Christians and their 2. Presumed Innocent, A-IV 3. Young Guns II, A-Ill (PG-I property, UCA News, an Asian church 4. Problem Child, A-II (PG) news agency based in Hong Kong, re- ported. 5. Arachnophobia, A-II (PG-I Christian schools and other facilities 6. Die Hard 2, O (R) were closed Aug. 9 as part of a united r 7. Mo' Better Blues, A-IV (R) protest against the attack on the two 8. DuckTales: The Movie, young nuns by a gang of thieves who A-I (G) l ~ I 9. The Freshman A-II (PG) broke into their convent in the town of 10.The Jungle Book, A-I (G) Gajraula July 13. According to Archbishop Cecil de Sa of Agra, at least 16 Church institutions in Uttar Pradesh, most of them man-I! t aged by nuns, were attacked in recent months. More than 300 Christian educational institutions in nearby Rajasthan slate closed Aug. 1 in solidarity and sympa- Bep nted wm pe ssi0 0 Va ely 19 3 CN thy with U ttar Pradesh Christians. ~ ~ ~ ~* ~ 0 ~ > ~ = 0~.~ 0 ~0 ~ .~-" ~ : "'= "" = o o'9 z,.i I,. :..