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~NO. 38 DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS OCTOBER 7, 1988 MO (NC): Owen P. itor since 1983, has been named execu- ~"vern, editor of the Providence Vis- rive director of tile Catholic Press Asso- " y D ciation. , McGovern s appointment takes effect 'l II - t| ay Oct. 31, his 42nd b!rthday. His selection !!ated Oct 15 by the CPA board of directors was ....... announced by Father John T. Catoir, . ., president of the association, after a spe- ?t boro. The_Diocesan Parish Ser- cial board meeting at a fall regional otearrl will sponsor a Ministry Day meeting of the CPA in St. Louis." oaturday, Oct. 15. embers McGovern began writing for the Visl- ff!g.ht diocesan staff m will tor in 1981 and joined the staff the next Workshoos from 9 AM until 3 year. A year later, he was named editor. parishioners involved in local Previously, he was in the advertising and "-'*at[ ~er/' Vtces. Greg Wolfe, team coordi- music publishing business. McGovern antl diocesan Director of Lay Min- has won a number of Catholic Press 2tll.ffLiturgy, will deliver the keynote Association awards for advertising, edi- "Ministry: The People of God in torial work and reporting. ' ": Workshops will cover such top- He succeeds .lames A. Doyle, who ~p~.lL~-haristic ministers, youth rain- retired at the end of June after 30 years , olic communications, steward- service to the CPA. Regina Salzmann ii .... ~Ir!sh social ministry, parish has been interim executive director. cittechetics, parish computers The CPA is a communications and' , l et-life ministries, service association of Catholic newspa- ~gh this Ministry" Day is the first pers, maga}.ines and other publishers in the Parish Services Team the United States and Canada. ' ~at Other deaneries will invite the -'~"~:"" '> ~' ./ , COnduct a similar Day. Wolfe McGovern, host of the CPA eastern ]t, tthe Team will probably be avail- regional meeting to be held inProvi' aI)ay each Spring and Fall. dence Oct. 19-21, plans to attend all diOCesan offices exist in largefour regional meetings of the associa- of,s, ervice to the parishes'and tion this fall. In addition to those in St. says Wolfe. "By gathering Louis and Providence, there are region- We can pray, learn from each al meetings in Raleigh, NC, and ha Salt return to our ministries in ourLake City. and jobs fired up for the Lord, The selection of McGovern ended a :ttle good He is accomplishing10-month process by a CPA search com- Church." mittee consisting of Father Catoir; Albi- stration information, parish- na Aspell, former CPA president; Bar- e Northeast can contact their, bara Beckwith, St. AnthonyMessenger; !h pastors, or contact Susan Beth Griffin, Catholic Relief Services; ',eglstration Coordinator, Arthur McKenna, Catholic New York; Little Rock, 72207, and Father Joseph Ziliak, The Message, Evansville, IN. ( , - Of the Diocesan Parish Services Team Include, fron left: Susan i; Lilly Hess, Greg Wolfe, Sr. Maria Kleinschmidt, Fr. Richard Johnson Mattingly. . / % Knights of Columbus State Deputy Pat Sullivan, left, Is presenting Sr. Henrietta Hockle, OSB, a check for $2,483.78 as Past State Deputy Bob Peters, Jr., looks on. The check represents donations made by Knights throughout the state to help cover expenses of the appreciation banquet. Peters, banquet chair, is assisted by Knight John R. Shields, a former statedeputy, who is serving as co-chair of the event. Little Rock - In conjunction with the sesquicentennial celebration commemo- rating the opening of the first Catholic school in Arkansas, His Excellency Bish- op Andrew J. McDonald of Little Rock will offer a special Mass of Thanksgiving for educators at the Cathedral of St. Andrew at 2 PM Sunday, Oct. 9. Following the Mass, the Diocesan Office for Catholic Schools and the Arkansas Knights of Columbus are co- Priests' education workshop planned Little Ro k - The t all continuing edu- cation workshop.for priests, scheduled Monday through Wednesday, Oct. 17-19, at St. John's Center here, will address the topic of Sacramental Theology. Fr. Robert D. Duggan, a priest of the Archdiocese of Washington and pastor of St. Rose of Lima parish in Gaithers- burg, MD, will present eight lectures. As part of and a highlight of the workshop, Fr. Duggan will present a lec- ture open to the public entitled "Sacra- ments and Commitment" Monday, Oct. 17, at 7:30 PM. The lecture is free and will be held at the Allen Center of Our Lady of the Holy Souls church, 1003 North Tyler Street, here. Ft. Duggan was educated at the Gre- gorian University in Rome and The Catholic University of America and has taught at Washington Theological Union, Catholic University and the Uni- versity of Notre Dame. sponsoring an appreciation banquet, which will begin at 5 PM at the Camelot Hotel. Rev. Thomas G. Gallagher, Secretary for Education, United States Catholic Conference, Washington, DC, will be the banquet speaker. Historical souvenir booklets will be presented to the educators as a remem- brance of this historic occasion. ! Beyond Arkansas 4 Bishop's Dates 12 Datebook 9 Edltorhd 2 Explodng Our Faith 3 Feedback 3 Foster Parents 7 Media 12 Movies 4 ] Obituaries 5 Parish News 6 Personality tO Viewpoint 2