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PAGE lZ ARKANSAS CA1HOLIC SEPIEMBER 1, 1991 . Mass in Spanish Jonesboro - Sunday, Sept. 8, Blessed Sacrament Church, 1 PM. Bl]"[r ,&12rlB$ Jose P. cos~, 80, Fort Smith, died Aug. 8. Wife: Eutropia; daughters: Marina Abiera, Chi- cago, IL, Imelda Armstrong, Norman, OK, Aurora Huston, Sherwood, Cheryl, Moody, RusseUville; sons: Pete, Mobile, AL, Jose, Jr., Dardanelle, Leo, North Little Rock, Anthony, Tulsa, OK, Virgil, Fayetteville; 16 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Beulah Swift gozel, 88, Fort Smith, died Aug. 9. Daughters: Rosemary Fuchs, Oakland, NJ, Loretta Meisenbacher, Rogers, Karen Calnmma, Wilton, CT, Ramona Shugart, Charlottesville, VA; 13 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. Ca~lyn S. Waddell, 63, Fort Smith, died AUg. 13. Husband: Jack; daughten Celia Lynn, Fort Smith. Angela Ann Miller, 12, Fort Smith, died July 17. Parents: Dr. GeraldJ. and Faye Miller, Fort Smith. Clare M. Freeman, 92, San Antonio, TX, died Aug. 18. Daughter:. Beverly Freeman, San Antonio, TX. MargorieJossen King, 69, North Little Rock, died Aug. 22. Son: Carl; North Little Rock; step- daughter. Teri Higginbotharn, Little Rock; three grandchildren. I~ifise Aven Engster, 78, Wilson, died Aug. 23. Daughter. Elaine Williams, WLlson; three grandchildren. Adella H. H~pel, 92, Little Rock, died Aug. 22. Sisters: Mildred Toms, Missouri, Mary Katherine Knight, Little Rock. Bfl$N[F'"$ Sunday, Sept. 1 - In town. Monday, sept. 2- Otfice dosed for Laba Day. Tuesday-Thumday, Sept. 3 - 5 - In otfic Friday, Sept. 6 - 8 AM, Mass at Carmel to start Vtsitafion. ~, Sept. 7 - In town. Princess Di's ancestol may be canonized By Paul Burnell like Corina ($15 month) CHRISTIAN FOUNDATION For CHILDREN & AGING YOUR $15 MONTHLY PROVIDES A NEEDY CHILD WITH: NOURISHING FOOD, MEDICAL CARE, the chance to GO TO SCHOOL and HOPE FOR THE FUTURE. YOUR CHILD WILL GROW IN THE DAILY KNOWLEDGE OF GOD'S LOVE AND YOUR LOVE. You will receive a photo of your child's country, family & quarterly newsletters! your child, description of history, translated letters, Plus you will receive the personal satisfaction of helping a child in need. Let the tittle children come unto me. -- Mark 10:14 Little Corina lives in a small mountain town in Hon- duras. Her mother is blind and her father abandoned them. Your concern can make the difference in the lives of children like Corina. FOR THE CHILD WHO IS WAITING You can make visible GOD'S LOVE. dexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, osta Rica, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Philippines, India, Kenya, Madagascar). CHRISTIAN FOUNDATION FOR CHILDREN & AGING Y E J would JJke to share my blessings witha 0 needy child. A CHILD WHO MOST I would like to sponsor a D boy girl NEEDS MY HELP. I am enclosing I---] $15 for first month [--I $45 for three months. [-7 $90 for six months 1--1 $180 for the entire year F] i cannot sponsor a child at this time, but I enclose my gift of $ to be used for the EMERGENCY FUND for Children. r-] Please send me more information on sponsoring a child. LIT 9/1/91 NAME J Attn: Robert Hentzen,President P.O.Box 410327 Kansas City, MO 64173-0158 (913) 384-6500 901 ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP Make checka payable to: CHRISTIAN FOUNDATION FOR CHILDREN & AGING (CFCA) U.S. Catholic Mission Association National Catholic Development Conference Catholic Press Association Financial report available on request Manchester, England (CNS) - One 0~ Princess Diana's 19th century ancestor* Passionist Rev. Ignatius Spencer, might N on the road to Catholic sainthood. The cause of Spencer the L, Teat-gre~t ' v . t( great-uncle of the wife of the heir to Brita~' throne, has been introduced at the Va~ can. Spencer converted to Catholicism shortly after practicing the faith was leg ized in Brivain in 18.'29. His brothel', Frederick, is Princess 1)i~~'5 great-greatgrma d father. Born George Spencer in London i~ 1799, he was the youngest son in his farni~" He attended the renowned Eton Colic'gel[ graduated from Cambridge University, ~d[ planned a career as an Anglican priest at time when usually one son from an arisli cratic family went into Anglican ministly. It was while on the Paris stop of a EtWe pean tour that George Spencer had the flea real religious experience of his life. He watching the opera "Don Giovanni" was terrified at the sight of Don Giova getting carried off to hell. "I knew that God, who knew what w' within me, must look on me as one in same class as Don Giovanni," he recalled[ later. He left the Anglican church at age 50, after eight years as a country parson. His conversion estranged him from I~ family for many years. Had his broth# Frederick converted, there would be Princess Diana Spencer; Catholics v Imnned by law from mar~ng the heir to the throne, who is also heir to the sectd~ leadership of the Church of England. Spencer was ordained a Catholic prior[ in 1832; it would be another 18 years fore the Catholic hierarchy in Engla0 would be restored, l Spencer ministered in the Midlands arO ] of England for the next seven years amO the emerging v, rking classes at the of the Industrial Revolution. In 1838 he formed the Crusade for Conversion of England, believing theritt l caused by the Reformation could be helle I within a generafon. Among his prayers then was "Deli England from the spirit of pride, rebelli0O and aposlasy." In 1846, hejo'med the newly establisb Passionist community founded by BlesS~ [ Dominic _,B,,arberi. Spencer became tl ,[ community s second superior after Bles0 I Dominic's death, a post he held for 15 yea* until his death.