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September 10, 1982     Arkansas Catholic
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. THE UARD'JAN,"SEPTEMBER I0', i982 PAGE 3 Dioeesan Continued from Pg. 1 is costing too much in taxes. This is to be invested and the in- ked to support the programs of the of new property that is to be the present or future plans of ex- )roperty - long or short terms, the rentals at the expiration of ',of the taxes on property that is not ' for church purposes." l'. Murphy then went into details of )f his work. e tost often lease property rather than h good example is the land the diocese along Cantrell Road where the Outdoor Theater used to be. The for 50 years and now is being into a shopping center. The big Will be a K-Mart. Another business In is Chi Chi's Mexican Restaurant, chain based in Oklahoma City. The year ago." "We also own land in the of Little Rock, mostly leased lot operators. The one right across from St. Andrew's Cathedral is by us as is the motel located next to it. I they fulfill the lease as I'd hate to have to operate a motel," he part of the diocese's income fronl leased property," he added are managed by the diocese interest is designated by the donor. generated from leasing them the building of hospitals and parish An example is the Raymond Money from it is used for education (TARE) there and also the running of the Immaculate High School," he added. llUrphy said it is most fortunate that has property purchased by former and some that was left to the diocese e income'received from the properties the Bishop to carry out so many for the spiritual guidance of due to the foresight of former and through the leadership of our l]ishop (Andrew J. ) McDonald. the wise guidance and policies of *lIcDonald, we can be assured of the of the Church in Arkansas. The tries to invest wisely with the because as they say, 'They're not any more' (referring to property). some property and set he continued, "for the of future parishes. 10 years that Bishop McDonald has many new churches have been with rectories and parish halls. It that donations have been made diocese to give an incentive to the the project." said he has to be careful to ED KRENZELOK Manager 624-4611 or624-5397 NetionelPedz, Arkensm DAIRY PRODUCTS Buy It From Nearest Food Store CENTURY 21 PRO REALTY $020 Chicot Road Office 568-3939 Home PlNTER 888-2913 ,N ASSUMPTION - Western Hills area. 2 2 BA. br,ck with all energy [eatures- $497 a month. PITi be sure and pay taxes on property not used exclusively for church purposes. "We pay taxes on leased property and others of that nature," he said. "Churches, rectories, convents, schools and parish halls are not taxable as they are used only for church purposes. "At the present time, however, the amount of money paid annually in taxes is $45,000," he pointed out. The Monsignor said that the diese sometimes turns down a gift of property. "This is especially true in retirement areas," he said. "At those places, you have to pay a monthly tax for the upkeep of tennis courts, swimming pools, recreation halls and golf courses. You also have to improve the property and often have to spend a certain amount for building on it so as to compare with other homes," he said. "These lots are often hard to sell and then we're forced to pay taxes on them." The Monsignor concluded, "Property is the Satellite Continued from Pg. 1 reactivation of the Catholic Communications Society of Arkansas which has been inactive for six years. Ken Watkins of Hot Springs, society president, said a new census of professional communicators has been con- ducted in the diocese to update the mem- bership rolls. Committees are to be formed from among the society's members to review CTNA programs to help diocesan authorities decide which would be most useful locally. William W. O'Donnell, K.S.G., managing editor of The Guardian and associate director of the diocesan communications department, is overseeing establishment of the CTNA downlink and will be in charge of the earth station and local participation in the new national network. Concomitant with plans for inaugurating network service in Arkansas, O'Donnell is consulting with professional producers about local television programming. In June, he spent two weeks at Tulane University, New Orleans, at the Institute of Religious Com- munication preparing himself for this work. O'Donnell presently voices five radio newscasts each week, three as "the N.C.C.J. Reporter" and two as "The Guardian Reporter." The first comes from the National Conference of Christians and Jews and is broadcast every weekend on KSOH, North Little Rock; KNWA-FM, Fayetteville, and KBOT, Cabot. "The Guardian Reporter" newscast, a roundup of news published each week in The Guardian, is aired Saturdays at 8:15 A.M. on KITA, Little Rock, and Sundays at 3 P.M. on KSOH, North Little Rock. Plans are afoot to video-tape both of these newscasts and to offer them weekly to cable television stations across the state. Later, O'Donnell said, local religious forums, in- structional and entertainment programs will be produced for television. Talent will be drawn from the Catholic Communications Society membership. CWUA Convention Set Sept. 15 at Charleston Charleston -- The Catholic Women's Union of Arkansas will hold its state convention Wednesday, Sept. 15, at Sacred Heart Parish Hall. Registration will start at 9:30 A.M. His Excellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald of Little Rock will offer Mass at 10 A.M., followed by the first meeting at 11. Lunch will be at noon. All attending should bring a sandwich. Dessert and coffee will be served. At 1 P.M., Sister Louise Sharum, O.S.B., will deliver a talk on the Prayer House at Shoal Creek. Father Peter Sharum, O.S.B., spiritual director, then will speak briefly. A business session will be followed by Benediction at 3:30 P.M., president Hilda Oberste said. Bishop Speaks Continued from Pg. 2 fered a Mass of Thanksgiving for these ten years as your bishop. Then we enjoyed a wonderful spaghetti supper supplied by Mr. real heart of the diocese and keeps it going Landwise, we're in good shape. The big thing is to decide whether to sell or not sell. Sometimes, it's best to sell and get a greater return by investing the money. "I usually get two or three calls a week from realtors wishing to purchase or lease land from us. We tell them the land is not for sale." 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