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September 10, 1982     Arkansas Catholic
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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 17, 1982 Receives Hog Hat His Excellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald received a Hog hat as a gift during one of many celebrations of his tenth an- niversary as Bishop of Little Rock. The hat was presented during a potluck luncheon given by the staff at the Chancery Office. JOE DOLAN Agency Insurance "Mr. Insurance" All Lines of Insurance (501) 842-2431 Eand Arkanso*. Carlisle Drug Co. PRESCRIPTIONS PAT COOK Registered Pharmacist CARLISLE ARKANSAS AIRIE COUNTY Community" BANK Member Hazen, Arkansas FDIC Letters to the Editor Continued from Pg. 2 presents an exciting challenge to all of us -- and much more work for the editorial staff! Whoopee let's go and make this a grand success and so intensify the feeling of each of us of belonging to this precious family, the Catholic Diocese of Little Rock. Frances C. Rothert Hot Springs Likes Change Dear Editor: Bravo, and again I say, Bravo! The new format of The Guardian is a great im- provement over the old one. Many of us readers have been wishing for more "local" diocesan material and less "news" from outside the diocese. Now, the ball is in our court. Judging by the somewhat "loose" make-up, it would seem that you need more news on the hook to choose from. And you won't have it unless we, the readers, send it in. There is much of interest going on in our diocese and perhaps one group may be en- couraged by what another group is doing or has done. For example, I have on my desk the Morrilton newspaper of August 4. On the front page is a three-column picture of a specially- equipped 1982 van which has been donated to the Conway County Center for Exceptional Children by the Knights of Columbus in the Morrilton area. The members of the Morrilton council deserve the recognition; more than that, other groups may be inspired to do likewise. Best of all, every Catholic in Arkansas can take justifiable pride in the actions of these Catholic men. After all, we ARE one big, 55,000-member family. I hope every parish, every Catholic organization and every individual Catholic will make a special effort to supply The Guardian with the news of happenings in this, our family. A sks Aid Dear Editor: I had written to you a letter during last Christmas requesting your good readers to help me to complete the half-built Church with their kind donations. But so far, no response. In a frustrated state, I am appealing once again to publish a request for me. My poor people have made maximum sacrifices for the Church under construction. It is half-way done. Funds are over. Please be kind enough to help to complete the Church of Our Lady. If it is not in your policy to publish such requests, please make an exception for me and help. Another request: We missionary priests and Sisters need continuously religious ar- ticles such as Rosaries, Statues, Medals, Scapulars, Holy Christmas and Easter cards (both used and unused) and used magazines, used clothes and other odds useful in mission work. Such articles the readers will kindly send will be shared by many missionary priests and Sisters, for the work of the Lord. Please mail your donation and articles to: Father Paul Cruz, Our Lady's Church, Kannanalloor P.O. 691576 Kerala, India Against A ttire Dear Editor: Even in these days of so-called unisex, I think the women of the parish would think it would be ridiculous to see men and boys attend Mass on Sundays attired in dresses. Yet they seem to think it perfectly normal for women and girls to attend Sunday Mass in pants. Name Withheld Ken Parsons, Jr. Pine Bluff CITIZEN'S BANK TRUST A Good Bank in a Good Community Member F.D.I.C CARLISLE HUMNOKE Dignity... for the funeral services of your loved ones. Let us attend to all details TURPIN FUNERAL HOME Stuttgart Ark. 1 i Greater Little Rock Guide LYOII W. Phone 753-6161 4214 MacArthur Drive North Little Rock, Ark. FRANCES FLOWER SHOP 1222 w. 6th St., 372-2203 Little Rock, Ark. We honor your Diners Americon Express and BcnkAmricord o. "A*"C* / i *urF mi*SheSre .L Upholstery & Or@eries The Center LARGE t wlwt" IO "The Shop ..... TIN of Quality" Monday thru Sa;u"r;a'; "  OFFABR a1 esse Open UPHOLSTERING .ltz-0qoo 9 a.m.- 6 p.m. 2204West 10thSt. Little Rock Lakehill Shopping Center- NLR ED K Manager 624-4611 or 624-5397 Hot Springs National Perk, Edward t. AGENT AUTO, LIFE. AND HEALTH Office 753-0834 Home 982-3031 Charter a Bud Jim Lienha An)' size Bus available. Prom school bus to luxur) Houston-Bigelow Arrow Bus Lines 15 w liE ii!iii!!  For Ages 12-21. Head lif insurance program. Ask me about Young American Plan. / Immocukte Conception Parish JERRY COOKE Sears - McCain Mall, N.L.R. Bus. 753-4326 YOU'It in good Res. 753-3342 Allsta RETREATS - JULY-DECEMBER, 1982 RETREATS: Renewing One's Relationship with God, Father through the Word - Our Saviour, Jesus Christ. THE ABBEY RETREAT, COURY HOUSI Subiaco, Arkansas 72865 PROGRAMS OFFERED: October 1-3 October 8-10 November 12-14 October 22-24 November 5-7 November 20-21 September 17-19 September 21-23 Septembe r 24-26 October 5-7 October 15-17 October 19-21 October 26-28 November 9-11 December 3-5 WOMEN Women's Retreat, Open To All Women Tri-County Altar Societies-Bigelow Area COUPLES Marriage Encounter, Subiaco #28 MIXED Cursillistas of Memphis Retreat Parents' Weekend, Subiaco Academy Advisory Board Meeting, Abbey PARISH Parishes 0f Hot Springs Sacred Heart, Hot Springs Village Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish, Little St. Peter's Parish, Mountain Home St. Joseph Parish, Fayetteville St. Peter's Parish, Mountain Home St. Mary's Parish, Horseshoe Bend St. Michael's Parish, Hardy Parishes of Eastern Arkansas RELIGIOUS & PRIESTS September 27-29 Arkansas Church in Communit) GUIDELINES FOR WEEKEND RETREATS: Regular adult and Retreats begin Friday evening with 6:00 p.m. dinner and end about 3:00 p.m. Sunday. It remains our custom to hold a "free-will" offering for To cover our expenses of meals, rooms, and the Retreat, we sugg person and $70.00 per couple. For Retreatants requesting a private room suggest that each give a little more. Charges for a youth Retreat are I person t youth and supervisors. ) Private retreats are encouraged, especially for religious and priests. IF INTERESTED. C a,LL OR FILL OUT THE THE ABBEY RETREAT ATTACHED COU! XND SEND TO: SUBIACO, ARKANSAS 72865 PHONE: 501-934-4411 RETREAT DIRECTOR : { REV. HERBERT VOGELPOHL, --COUPON Retreat Date J Name J Address City State Zip j Telephone No. Parish Ad Sponsored by the Abbey Retreat League, Alicia Minden Classen,