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October 7, 1988

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OCTOBER 7, 1988 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC MED A ! Cable Ouamel 9 (WGN Chicago) Sundays 8 AM--TV Mass Cable Ommael 7 (SPN) Daily 10:30 AM--?Heart of the Nation" TV MASS CELEBRANT / Oct. 9, Fr. James West Every Sunday, 7AM, KTHV-Ch. 11 Station KAMD-AM 910 ~hurs. 10 AM--Paulist Fathers' "Country Roads" Comcay Station KCON-AM 12,90 Sun. 7 AM--Paulist Fathers' ~Country Roads" Cmn~ay Station KTOD-AM 1330 Sun. 7 AM--Paulist Fathers' "Country Roads" Jonesboro Station KASU-FM 91.9 Sun. 7:15 AM--Paulist Fathers' "PC Newsmagazine" Little Rock Station KAAY-AM 1010 Mon. through Fri. 10 AM "Let Me Sow Love" Mon. through Fri. 8:45-9 PM--"Heaven's Peace Plan." North Little Rock Station KEZQFM 100 Sun. 6:30 AM--Paulist Father's "PC Newsmagazine" North Little Rock Station KWNN 1050 Sun. 7 AM--"Arkans~s Catholic," host Raymond L~callen. Sun. 10:30 AM--Paulist Fathers' "PC News'magazine" Pocahontas Station KPOGAM 1420 Sun. 9:30 AM--~he Sacred Heart Program" Waldron Station KR!&~t-FM 103 Daily 5:30 AM--"Prayer of the Day," Fr. Catoir Stm. 10:30 AM--~'he Damians" Sun. 12 Noon--"Let'Me Sow Love," Fr. Bertolucci West Memphis Station KSUD-AM 730 Sun. 7 AM--The Rosary YellviUe Station KCTF-FM 1530 Sun. 1 PMmPaulist Fathers' "Country Roads" Viola - A Religious "Family" Weekend of camping is scheduled from 5:30 PM Friday until 1 PM Sunday, Oct. 14-i6, at Pine Trail Reservation Boy Scout Camp here. Ministers will be Fr. Don Meyer's, ,Belleville, IL (Catholic), and Rev. Jay Rabuck, Jonesboro (Presbyterian). Theme of the.weekend is "God In And Around Us." Music will be by the Gospel Singing Group Registration at the door Oct. 14 at 5 PM will be $17 per person. A nursery will be furnished for pre-school chil- dren. A "Sock Hop" is planned Saturday night. All persons who have earned a reli- gious award from their church are asked to bring them. Neck ribbons will be fitr- nished so they may be worn. Fr. Tom Westhoven, SCJ St. Joseph's Indian School A St. Joseph's Gift Annuity is theOf course, a very satisfying benefit type of charitable gift you can be proud of a St. Joseph's Gift Annuity is know- of making. It's also a safe, secure way ing that your gift will continue to bless to cover future financial needs, the St. Joseph's Indian Mission and its You may make your St. Joseph's Gift good work among the children of the Annuity atany age, regardless of your Lakota Sioux. health. A regular income for you--for the And you can rest easy knowing thatrest of your life, no matter what--plus St. Joseph's has never missed an annu- all the spiritual blessings of helping the ity payment in its nearly 60 year his- Lakota children at St. Joseph's; that's tory, even during the Depression. what a St. Joseph's Gift Annuity is all And St Joseph's offers a return that about--iron-clad security plus high in- can actually compete with money come. markets or other banking invest- Please fill out the coupon below and ments---even as a charitable gift! Our we will send you more detailed infor- rates vary with age, so the higher re- mation about all the wonderful beneEts turns are especially for older peopleT- of a St. Joseph's Gift Annuity. people on fixed income who need it! immmmmmmmm u mm mmm m,,m,, m mm mm m mm n mmm m m m mmm) ! I See otlr insert in this issue ~,~ or mail ~hls coupon for more iI~formatlo~1 1 |l I m i i m D Yesl i am interested in an investment that will give me financial security-- and serve as an expression of true C ristian charity. Please send me an information packet about St. Joseph's Sponsorship Gift Annuity. I understand I am under no obligation. AR10078-1 Name Address m u m m mm City State Zip Phone No. ( ) Birthdate: Mo. Day Year Mail to: St. Joseph's Indian School, Box 89, Chamberlain, South Dakota 57325" m n u m m m mmmum m m m mmmm mmm m m m m m m m n m mmm m mmwlm mmm m m n I I m m n BISHOP'S DATE. Saturday, October 8 - In town. Sunday, October 9 - Mass at dral for 150th Anniversary of Schools in Arkansas. Monday, October 10 - Office for Columbus Day. Tuesday, October 11 - School Mass at Good Counsel Little Rock. Wednesday, October 12 - In office; Mass at Arkadelphia. Thursday, October 13 - In office. Friday, Octbber 14 - School Mass at St. Theresa, Little Rock. Anglicans accept,: cultures Canterbury, England - Bishops of tlae worldwide "Anglican Communion have supported allowing polygamists to becofiae church members without having to abe" don all but one of their wives, reversing a resolution passed 100 years ago. "Christ did not come to break fatuities but to strengthen them," said Anglic~ Bishop George Njuguna of Mount Kela South, Kenya. Bishop Njuguna introduCea ] the resolution to the Lambeth Confer" ] ence, the meeting of bishops of ] worldwide Anglican Communion, laeJ [ every 10 years, e Polygamy, having more than lal. spouse, is common in many AfficanXtl tures in which men marry'two or m0r wives. It is valued because it'enables a ly to have many children, considered. sign of God s blessing. In traditional culture, polygamy also increases the xatCr ber of workers on the family farm. b( The Lambeth resolution begarl: ] t "" .'*flu * upholding monogamy as God s plan as the ideal relationship of love betweep husband and wife. , ' "I1 Cw However, it recommended that a a is allU "- tures where polygamy is practicect .h0 WJ, socially acceptable, a polygamist 10i responds to the Gosnel and wishestot a 4 I the Anglican Churcl may be baptized [ confirmed with his beliex4ng wives I children." Pastoral aide named Httle Rock - The Rev. William Edge. Outlmv, D Min, has been named as .,. ciate director of" pastoral care and dir t tor of clinical pastoral educatiO . , Arkansas Children's Hospital, 800 shall Street. " He will assume his duties in jailli~ 1989. _.,dl Chaplain Outlaw is a fully cer eOt ! CPE supervisor and will reimple =i gl the CPE Training Program | with an extended basic unit in FebrU " ;: 1989. s,,eC ] The CPE Trainin Pro ram is r, ] g g . ] ly designed for ministries, semln $ ,i dents, religious professionals anO ] ,ay per on Ao ,ica.o.s mr. ! and questions may be directed t : i lain Keith L Taylor, director of :::[ care at the hospital. Prerequisites necessary lege and theological e hess to interpersonal and to minister to children and who are dealing with stres