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PAGE. 4 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC SEI'ffEN~ER. 1, 1991 By Judy "Fun Fes, t" Immaculate Conception's second annual parish carnival, will be held in BIj~h~, Saturday, Sept. 14, in the Main Exhibition Building at Walker Park. Activities will include a children's carnival, live and silent auc- tions, crafts, white el- ephant booth, baked goods and a ~ariety of food booths. The parish Respect Life Committee will have a booth and the Bl)1he ille Police De- partment will have a drug abuse preven- tion exhibit. Prize .......... giveaways include a homemade queen- size quilt and a Nintendo NES Sports Set. The children's car- nival and the silent auction will begin at 10:30 AM and end at 4:30 PM. The live go to the church expansion fund. Face painting st Blytheville's Fun Fest. All are invited to join St. John parishioners in Hot Springs for a parish mission to be conducted each evening at 7 PM from Sunday through Thursday, Sept. 8-12. Associate pastor Rev. Tom Baker says the theme of the mission is "I am the V'me, you are the Sr. Rochelle Branches." (John 15"5.) "Like all living things," he said, "our branches Ernst, SCN must be nourished. We are looking to this mission to provide some of that sustenance." The mission will be conducted by Rev. Edgar Gastaldi and Rev. Marmy Borg, Redemptorist priests who are part of the order's Mission Team. Borg, ordained in 1989, has worked with ~, CCD, as a grade school teacher and coach, as a high school lecturer and as a counselor and support manager for persons with AIDS. Gastaldi, ordained in 1962, has worked with inner-city Hispanics, the Cursillo movement, has directed youth retreats and promoted the publishing apostolates of the Redemptorists. Mission topics will include Salvation, Jesus as Savior, Sin and Reconciliation, Eucharist and Your Mission. The Eucharist will be celebrated on the last evening of the mission. For more information, call 623-6201. auction will begin at 5:30 PM. Proceeds from "Fun Fest" high school, Johnson plans a college premed cur- All are invited. Susan Dryer is chairing the event, rictdum. She is the daughter of Irvin and Dorothy * * * * Johnson. Sr. Rochelle Ernst, SCN, is the new Director of Religious Education at Inunaculate * * * * Conception l a-hh in North Little Rock. She has directed parish religious education pro- A spaghetti and sausage dinner, sponsored by the grams in Kentucky and Indiana, and was Associate Director of Knights of Columbus, will be held at St. Boniface Religious Education for the Diocese of Memphis from 1985-90. Hall in New Dixie on Saturday, Sept. 14, from 4-7:30 She holds BS and MA degrees in education, an MA in Religious PM. Prices for the dinner are $5 for adults, $3 for Education from Loyola University in Chicago and a Certificate in children, free for clfildren under six. A dance will Theological Studies from the Jesuit School of Theology in Berke- follow from 8 PM to 12 midnight with music by the ley, CA. She will be in charge of parish religious education for both "Autumn Mist" band. Admission to the dance is $5. youth and adult~ All are invited to join St. Boniface parishioners for * * * * this parish fundraiser. Be a Knight today. You can do more for your church, community and fellow man as a Knight of Columbus. Enjoy the challenges. satisfaction and security of membership in the world's most dynamic Catholic fraternal organization. Be a Knight today I Join the Knights of Columbus. atn D#~tor, JOHN A. BURKE - 4100 Royal Otflc Dr. North Ut~ Radc, AR 72116 Name Tel.# Address 1921 Main Street North Little Rock, AR John & Kay Smith 758-1170 We Honor All Burial Policies." KNIGIITS OF COLUMBUS LCatholic Family, Fraternal Service Organizati~ Pastor Rev. John Marconi and children of St. Anne's, North Little i enjoy a day at Vacation Bible School. / J Audr%Johnson, of Assumption parish in Atldm, has completed the six-week Arkao J, Governor s School in math. She is a senior at Atldns High School, where she partidpa d in basketball, tennis and band. She is a member of the Science, Beta and Journalism clulJj~ i~. and ser es on the school's annual staff. At Assumption, she is a member of the C50. The ninth annual Parish Carnival at Sacred Heart parish in Barling will be held on Saturday, Sept. 14, from 6:30-1(k.30 PM. There will be more than a dozen bazaar booths, a variety of foods and a grand-prize Aud ,y Johnson giveaway at 10 PM. The carnival will he held adjacent to the parish center at S. 14th and Church S~ Everyone is welcome. For more informafi~ call Terry Joyner, 452-6278, or Dorothy Hunter, 674-5506. a Vegas trip for two inclu .ding airfare and hotel accommodations (or a cash prif] h! will be given away by the Altar Society of St. Augustine's in North Little Rock on Oct. 5.1,o]. - more information contact the parish office, 375-9617. * * * * q. ] The date of the next Catholic Women's Union meeting was incorrectly listed here in week's Arkansas Catholic. The group will meet on Wednesday, Sept. 4, at 9 AM at Scholastica's in New Blaine. * * * * d : ~ ::ii~ .... % .= Marjorie Huncdmr. C~.S. Olin Wdamund Mcmben of St. The~i'. P~ri~h Free Market Analysis 6624 F0rbing Rd., LR72209 (1/2 BIIt west of Univ.~v@ CUSTOM DPRINTING CO. 375-7311 18th & Pike Ave. N L R Planned & Produced for your needs... % h h,