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By Judy Hoelzeman For the ninth year in a row, the men's softball team at Our Lady of Fatima parish in Benton finished first place in Benton City League Church Softball. This year, as in four of the past five years, the team also won the overall state championship. In its fifth trip to the National Class A Church Softball Tournament, which was held in Decatur, AL. recently, they finished 13th out of 60 teams. The team has been ranked as high as seventh in the na- tional tournament. Ray Liszewski coaches the team. Our Lady of Fatima Men's Softball Team ittleRock, North Little Rock, Pulaski County PAGE 4 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC- SEFI-P.MBER 16, It~)0 ~; m Abbey, Rev. Malachy McNerney, O$13, P & I $ W $ spiritual director of the group a,d pastor of Sacred Heart of Mary in Immaculate Conception parish " the parish at 78S-7963. Barling, and Ft. DavidJacobs, pastor0f Fort Smith will sponsor a "Back to School" dance Saturday, Sept. 22, from 9 PM to midnight at the St. Boniface parish hall. Music will be by Willie Stevens. Tickets are $20.00 per couple; $15 per single, and may be purchased at Immaculate Conception rectory or at the door. Beginning on Saturday, Sept. 29, Immaculate Conception will sponsor a Spanish Mass on the last Saturday of each month. Masses will be at 7 PM in the church. For more information, call Your Medicare or private insurance may not always pay the full bill - that's why you need MEMS*ALERT Get Extra Peace of Mind! Includes medically necessary emergency and nonemergency transfers One membership takes care of your entire household Family $49 Single $39 pJ Fr. Paul Worm, assistant pastor atSt. John's in Russellville. Immaculate Conception, needs help Betty McNulty, of St. John's, the directing the Junior and Senior CYO's group's president, will open the meet" in Fort Smith. Anyone who enjoys ing at 11 AM. Lunch will be provided working with young people and would and served by women from St. AugUr like to help may contact Ft. Worm at fine. In the afternoon, presentationsv l 78 7963. He guarantees spiritual re- be made by Abbot Jerome, Ft. MalachY, wards to all volunteers, and Sr. Benedict Marie Borgerding' * * * * OSB, of St. Benedict's in Subiaco. Tht Thuy Hoang, daughter of Ngoc and day will end with Benediction in the Lan Hoang, of Blessed Sacrament inparish church. Jonesboro, has been awarded the 1990- The Catholic Women's Union is a 91 Hale Arnold Scholarship. The $4000 spiritual and service organization which scholarship is awarded to an outstand- does service projects for foreign ing student entering the pre-medical signs. The Arkansas chapter is made ul program at Arkansas State University. of women from ten NorthwestArkar s Huang, a freshman at Arkansas State, parishes. Anyone interested in attend" was valedictorian of Jonesboro High ing the convention or joining the r i School. ganization may call Marie WilliamS, * * * * Dardanelle, at 229-3597. Deacon William C. Nolan and his * * * * wife, Gay, were officially welcomed to Joseph 3 :ho01 [ Immaculate Conception parish in North on F is Little Rock at receptions following four blesses additi f Masses on a recent weekend. The re- t cc ceptions were hosted by four different 81 parish organizations. Deacon Nolan hadBy Judy Hoelzeman :[ preached the homilies for the first time since being assigned to Immaculate Paris- St.Joseph School held a de@ [ tc Conception. Nolan, a New Orleans cation and blessing ceremony for l~! ~ native, is Little Rock Chief of Police. new classroom addition recently afte~ l He was ordained a deacon in Chicago Sunday Mass. Abbot Jerome Kodell, e I in 1985. Nolan and his wife moved to New Subiaco Abbey, oresided at ~][ - - ,-,,,al t Arkansas from Homewood, IL, last blessing of the building. Fr. i spring. They have four grown children, Hoedebeck, OSB, pastor, conducted ! Holly, Sherry, James and Chris. ceremony and Deacon Bob Cowie T0r * Deacon William Nolan and Gay Nolan, at a reception at Immaculate Conception church, North Little Rock. sisted. Gary Simmons and Pohlmeier served as lectors. .J; I Kodell blessed three crucifixes wlOO' ] were the: hung in the foyer hnod : [ new clas r oms. An open dd[ lowed with refreshments served tm I the trees on the school grounds. Work began on the school site lune and two new classrooms, wlai0 a ,eF house the fifth and sixth grades, w ) 1 ready for use when the new schoO Y2, - to began. This year, in addition ~tts ho:i;ilh'e~eLr aJri:d:h~ey~i~e:~ef' The Altar Society of Our Lady of Good Counsel parish in Little Rock will meet in the school gym on Friday, Sept. 21, at 11:30 AM. The group will begin with a potluck lunch and then finalize plans for its annual project. For more information, contact Loretta Longinotti, president, at 666-7072. St. Augustine parish, D'ardanelle, will host the 73rd annual convention of the Catholic Women's Union on Wednes- day, Sept. 19. Registration will begin at 9 AM, and Mass, celebrated by Bishop AndrewJ. McDonald, will follow at 10 AM. Concelebrants will be Abbot Jerome Kodell, OSB, of New Subiaco Abbot Jerome Kodell, OSB, the dedication and blessing dition at St. Joseph school, Deacon Bob Cowle (L) and Rev. Paul Hoedebeck, OSB, Ioo1( Membership farms are available at pharmacies, physicians' offices grid banks...or by calling