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Andrew (sitting on his father's lap) was the only child in the McDonaM family to choose the priesthood. Four of his sisters answered the call to religious life. chancery building, all actions by McDonald's predecessor Bishop Albert L. Fletcher, would be continued. The grounds of St. John Seminary and its buildings would be restored and renovated over the past two decades. These New diocesan agencies were buildings would house most of created including a Clergy the diocesan programs and min- Personnel Board, a Clergy Welfare istries. One of the most significant Board, a Priests' Synod, was the renovation of Fitzgerald Presbyteral Council, a Diocesan Hall as a home for elderly priests, Council of Women Religious, and which opened in 1991. a permanent diaconate program. Sisters of Mercy of the Am6dcas Flermanas de la Misericordia de las Am6ricas Happy 75th Birthday to our Bishop, Most Rev. Andrew J. McDonald from Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish in Little Rock Altar Society Religious Education Dept. Evangelization Team Eucharistic Ministers Family Life Dept.. Finance Council Lectors Liturgy Committee Laotian Ministry Monsignor Scheper Endowment Committee School Pastoral Council Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Scout: Sick/Elderly Ministry Ushers/Greeters Van Drivers October 24, 1998 43