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THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 3, 1969 PAGE 3 000,000 Benedictine to Be Dedicated r5 in Hot Springs -- His Excellency L. Fletcher will Benedictine Manor, a home for the retired and rary guests here, this 5, at 3 P.M. new four-story hospice re- former St. John's Place, to St. John's Church, at of West Grand Avenue Street. Operating it the Olivetan Benedictine of Holy Angels Convent, Synod 0NTINUED FROM PAGE 1 is all there -- behind constructed wall panels, the )olished tile floors control centers the storied halls, some once served as wine and Storehouses for the Vatican. "Hall of Broken Heads" the 146 bishops taking the extraordinary synod Oct. 11. The hall this title because it once to store the broken of statuary belonging to hall is about 100 feet long wide. The vaulted ceil- Walls are made of light There is no art work hall except for a bronze e depicting Pentecost on the wall behind the Where the three synod will be seated. Jonesboro, who operatedSt. John's place for more than 50 years. The $1,000,000 edifice is fire- proof and has an exterior of buff brick and precast vertical con- crete columns. The glass front entrance and the apartment win- dows on the second, third and fourth floors are draped alter- nately in shades of gold and tur- quoise. The ground floor houses a chapel, administrative offices, recreation and dining areas and sewing and craft departments. The living area on the upper floors consists of 93 apartments, 81 of which are efficiency units. A limited number of unfurnished units will be available. A cafe- teria will be open from 7 A.M. to 7P.M. Albert R. Salem of Dallas was architect for the building. The con- tractor was Nabholz Construction Corporation of Conway. The Home Decorating Company of Jonesboro handled interior decoration and furnishings. Benedictine Manor opened last Wednesday with several units al- ready engaged. Sister M. Vincent, O.S.B., is administrator of the hospice and Col. James N. O1- hausen of Jonesboro is business manager. For the dedication ceremony and Open House program that will fol- low, the masterofCeremonieswill be Vernon B. Wart, a past presi- dent of the Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce and current presi- dent of the Hot Springs Rotary Club. 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St. Panl s' Church, Pocahontas: October 4, 5 and 6 t ( St. Joseph's Church, Conway: October 5, 6 and 7 ] St. Boniface Church, Dixie: 1 October 5, 6 and 7 ] ] Our Lady of the Holy Souls- ] Church, Little Rock: Octo- I ber 5, 6 and 7 1 q St, Edward's Church, Texar- kana: October 5, 6 and 7 t St. Anthony's Church, Weiner: ] October 5, 6 and 7 ] ] St. John's Chnrch, HotSprings: 1 October,10, 11 and 12 t St. Joseph s Church, Paris: Oc- tober 17, 18 and 19 I I Church of the Assumption, Atkins: October 24,25and26 ( Church of Christ the King, Fort Smith: October 26, 27 and28 I St. Mary's Church, Helena: } October 26, 27 and 28 ) St. Vincent's Infirmary, Little Rock: October 26, 27 and 28 I St. Joseph's Church, Pine Bluff: October 26, 27 and 28 I ( Immaculate Conception Church, Blytheville: October 27, 28 ] and 29 ] St. Boniface Church, Fort Smith: October 31, Novem- ber 1 and 2 q Rev. Monsignor Joseph k. Murray Vicar General CY0 Seeks Financial Assistance Little Rock -- The Diocesan Council of Catholic Youth Organ- izations is seeking the help and support of the Knights of Colum- bus and the Catholic Daughters of America in meeting expenses of sending Arkansas representa- tives to the national C.Y.O. con- vention. The 10th National Convention will be held in Denver, Colo. November 20-23. Arkansas has been allocated five voting mem- bers, this based on the Catholic population of the state. The minimum cost of one del- egate to Denver has been set at $150. The Rev. Joseph L. Pal- lo, diocesan moderator of C.Y.O., said, "I feel that you want the Catholic youth of our state re- presented at the national meeting, and with as many councils and courts of Knights and Daughters as we have, this should not be difficult." The Catholic Daughters have already pledged their support. In addition to the support from adults, the parish C.Y.O.'s have launched a raffle for a portable color television set and there will be a benefit dance Saturday night, October 18. New English Translation Of Mass Being Finalized Washington (NC) -- The Inter- national Committee on English in the Liturgy (ICEL) has completed a translation of the revised Order of Mass, following a meeting in London Sept. 7-17. Release of the text will be de- layed until Oct. 25, according to a spokesman, to allow for an ad- ditional meeting in London, Oct. 17-19, at which representatives of major Christian churches of the English-speaking world will at- tempt to achieve common trans- lation of the Gloria, the Apostles' and Nicene Creeds, the Lord's Prayer, the Sanctus, and the Agnus Dei. It is expected that this joint meeting will produce texts which can be used at least experiment- ally for several years by churches which approve them. The Mass translationswill be submitted to the conferences of bishops in the countries served by ICEL. When approved by the epis- copal conferences they willbe sent to Rome for confirmation. The actual dates when priests and laity can begin using the translations will vary according to i Christian Formation Department Renamed Washington (NC) The Depart- ment of Christian Formation, Uni- ted States Catholic Conference (USCC), has been renamed the Department of Education. The change in the department's name was approved by the USCC administrative board at a meeting here and announced by Bishop Joseph L. Bernardin, USCC gen- eral secretary. The Department of Christian Formation, directed by Father Raymond A. Lucker, was estab- lished last year to coordinate the activities of the USCC divisions which provide leadership andpro- gram assistance to dioceses, in- stitutions, and individuals con- cerned with the Christian educa- tion and training of young people and adults. The administrative board also approved changing the name of the Division of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine to the Divi- sion for Religious Education-- CCD. Him the dates the individual confer- ences of bishops meet to discuss them, the need to instruct the people on the meaningofthe chang- es, publishing requirements and other factors. The committee has also com- pleted translations of the newbap- tismal and marriage rites, the antiphons for the new lectionary, and the new litany of saints. The antiphons of the lectionary are being prepared for approval by the conferences at this time and publishers have already begun preparation of the new three-year cycle of readings. The final versions of the mar- riage and baptismal rites will be sent to episcopal conferences early in November. During the meeting in London, Gordon Cardinal Gray of St. An- drew's and Edinburgh, Scotland, was re-elected committee chair- man for a two-year term. He succeeded the late Archbishop Paul J. 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