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t th sadness because of her loss and h joy because of her eternal reward, I nce the death of Mrs. Agnes mother of Bishop Graves on rday, Sept. 11. Rosary was offered on Monday, funeral in St. Edward's Church, Tuesday. She celebrated her birthday last Easter. Letters and ' be addressed to: ) Lawrence P. Graves, D.D., 626 Alexandria, LB. 71301, or: Mary Agnes Graves, 3107 Walnut, Texas 75503. + Andrew J. McDonald Bishop of Little Rock T,.HE GUARD l AN,. S fi.TE:MBER 17;. I82.. Scripture Study Course Underway at St, Patrick's Little Rock -- The Diocese of Little Rock's Scripture Study office will pilot a new course this fall with the assistance of St. Patrick's parish in North Little Rock. The Book of Isaiah (Ch 40-66), a 10-week study, began Sept. 9. When completed, the course will be evaluated by parish leaders and the Scripture Study Course Development Committee in preparation for publication. The published version of the new course will be released in the Fall of 1983. Courses currently available are Acts of the Bishop Speaks Continued from Pg. 2 was radiant in its beauty that The young people participating in the vibrant and alive. We invoked blessings upon them as they spoke their lad promised permanency, fidelity and .ca to one another. I enjoyed a brief Itic n in the reception. Then I went to Center, it was now 9:00 in the , to participate in the opening of the for the Diocesan Council of in the evening, Father Tom Keller, for the DCCW, had exposed the in Lafferty Chapel. The kept vigil from that hour on Friday night and all day Saturday, a Prayer took place. It was a prayer for Bumpers to create a deeper awareness of the dangers of a nuclear holocaust. In the late evening, Azile Wrape and some of her friends entertained us with humor and song. Later on I returned to my home. On Sunday morning early, I picked up Norman Schmuck and Leo Hiegel for a drive to Fort Smith and Van Buren. During the morning, we met with the prayer group at St. Boniface Church. The theme of their seminar was "You will receive power." I welcomed the opportunity to talk to these prayerful people as they studied the Bible and praised God. On this occasion, I also received a chalice from Mrs. Ann Smith. This chalice had been presented some years ago by the Knights of Columbus to our diocese in memory of her father, Sir Knight Gus Delaloye. This informal presentation was made because the mother, Mrs. Gladys Delaloye only died May 11, 1982. It is my in- tention to offer the chalice for use in one of the churches throughout the diocese expressing a need for it. Then I drove by to pick up Monsignor Galvin for a short journey to St. Michael's in Van Buren. At noontime, St.. Michael's Church was completely filled. We celebrated the Golden Anniversary of Rita and Bill Gisler. Their children so marvelously par- ticipated in the celebration. Father John Choppesky gave a warm personal account of his relationship to the family. Following the Mass, we went to the site of the new church building and were truly edified to see the progress that has been made. Then, we went to the Gisler home which overlooks the Arkansas River for rest, relaxation and a party. In the late evening, we returned to Little Rock. Your friend, + Andrew J. McDonald Bishop of Little Rock 'rURDAY morning, I returned to St. hear a major address by Mrs. Mary eWl and Mr. Don Moffitt. Most in- Workshops took place during the In the late afternoon, we assem- chapel at St. John's and Mass for those who came to the On"that occasion, we singled out O'Connell, concelebrant, for his Years of devoted service to the DCCW. a plaque to Mrs. Grayson :from the University of Dallas for her in the scholarship fund for our Young people. Then we gave the Service Award to Mrs. Helen of Hot Springs who formerly was of the DCCW. In the evening, we assembled to hear Mrs. Betty speak on her program "Peace is an effort on the part of Mrs. CENTURY 21 PRO REALTY 9020 Chicot Road Office Apostles, the Gospel of Mark, Paul's Cap- tivity Letters, the Book of Exodus, John's Gospel and Epistles, the Book of Revelation, the Epistles of the Galatians and to the Romans, the Book of Genesis, the Books of Samuel, the Epistles to the Hebrews and the Epistle of James, the Birth of Christ: The Infancy Narratives of Matthew and Luke and the Book of Jeremiah. Persons interested in attending the new course should contact St. Patrick's, 758-1155, or call the Scripture Study office, 664-0340. Guest lecturers will be Father David E. Jacobs and Father Joseph M. Correnti. PAGE 3 Deaths JEROME DONALD GEELS, Fort Smith, Aug. 12, 1982. LELAND B. JONES, SR., Little Rock, Aug. 30, 1982. JOSEPH A. WILSON, North Little Rock, Aug. 31, 1982. MRS. ANNA M. BAHIL SCHNEBELEN, North Little Rock, Sept. 1, 1982. GENEVIEVE S. RUPLE, Fort Smith, Sept. 4, 1982. CHARLES EUGENE RAEF, SR., Fort Smith, Sept. 4, 1982. CAMILLE MATHEWS HINGES, Paris, September, 1982. ANNA MARIE SPANKE, Little Rock, Aug. 4, 1982. WILLIAM E. PARKER, Hot Springs, Sept. 9, 1982. Diocesan News Briefs LITTLE ROCK - Catholic Daughtex;s of the Americas Court Our Lady of Perpetual Help 1223 will meet Sunday, Sept. 19, at 2 P.M. at Our Lady of the Holy Souls Parish Hall, Tyler and 'T' Streets. The meeting will open with the recitation of the Rosary, followed by a short program on the life of our Blessed Mother. Regent Mrs. Rosemary Kelley will preside. WYNNE - Knights of Columbus 4147 will hold its annual Shrimp Supper Friday, Sept. 24, at the K. of C. Hall. Serving is from 6 to 8 P.M. Tickets are $7 each. LITTLE ROCK - CONTACT-Little Rock, a 24-hour crisis intervention hot line, will begin its 13th annual fall training course Tuesday, Sept. 21, at 7. P.M. at Westover Hills Presbyterian Church in Fellowship Hall. The 41-hour free course will feature talks on relating to the variety of calls for help CONTACT receives every hour. In addition to creative listening skills, trainees will learn about all of the agencies offering services in the metropolitan area. For more information, call 6604)234. NORTH LITTLE ROCK -- Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court Queen of Peace 1809 will meet Tuesday, Sept. 21, at St. Patrick's Parish Hall. A pot-luck salad supper is planned at 6:30 P.M., with the business meeting following. LITTLE ROCK - Knights of Columbus Council 6615 is sponsoring a Hunter Safety Program in conjunction with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission at St. Theresa's Parish Hall from 1-5 P.M. on Sundays, Sept. 19 and 26. There is no charge. For more in- formation, call E. V. Alexander at 5654346 or 565-3197. NORTH LITTLE ROCK - The Hispanic Choir will sing Spanish hymns at the 10 A.M. Mass in St.Mary's Church Sunday, Sept. 19. 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