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ARKANSAS CA'IHOLIC OCTOBER Z7, 1991 PAGE 5 Order the Holy new Ceremony draws crowd Little Rock - Fifty-nine men and women Were invested as Knights and Ladies of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre of ~rum.lem before more than 500 people during a Max~ at Christ the King Church. Bishop Rene H. Gracida of Corpus Christi, TX, was the presider. The Mass and investiture were held in conjuncuon with the annual meeting of the Order. Begun during ~e first crusade as a chiv- alrous order, the Knights of the Holy Sep- Ulchre were founded to care for and pro- tect the holy places of Jerusalem, specifi- Cally the patriarchal church of the Holy ulchre. Following the crusades, most of the ;knights of the Order returned to thek,, homes and continued to follow the '~Rule' of the Order in their daily li es. In 1888, Pope Leo xm gave permission f0i- women to admitted to the Order to all degrees of rank on the same basis as men and to wear the insignia of those degrees. • Twent~ree countries currently have tatizens who are members of the Order. The Order has four main purposes: • to strengthen in its members the prac- lice of Christian life, in absolute fidelity to the Supreme Ponfiffand according to the teachings of the Church, observing as its foUndation the prindples of charity ofwhich the Order is a fundamental means for assis- lance to the Holy Lands; • to sustain and aid charitable, culttwal serial works and institutions of the Holy d, particularly those of and in the latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem with which the Order maintains traditional ties; • to support the preservation and propa- .gation of the faith in those lands, interest- ~g in this work the Catholics scattered throughout the world, united in charity by the symbol of the Order and also all Chris- lian • to sustain the rights of the Catholic Oaurch in the Holy Land. Invested in to the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem were: Sir Anthony G. and Lady Clare M. Aitwalasit; Lady Gladys B. Berger; Sir Donald P. and Lady Cherry Brotherman; Sir Leslie D. and lady TracT L Cassidy; Sir John C. and Lady Lois A. Carlisle; Sir Arland B. and Lady Barbara V. Coleman; Lady Harrlett E. Coyle; Sir Amail and LadyAnn Chudy; Sir Frank ~ and Marcia S. Cuellar, Jr.; sir John and Lady Karen Flake; Sir David L Garrison; Sir Warren M. and Lady Margaret W. Granberry; Sir Henry D. Hughes; Sir. Russell L King-, Sir King A. and Lady Holly Ann Koch; Sir John W. and Lady Marie F. Lattner; Sir Robert L LeJeune; Sir Robert L and R. Louise Lowry;, Lady Elsie E. Kneupper; Sir Richard and Lady Suzanne McCarthy; Sir James F. and Lady Clare M. Mertes; Ldy Angela Maynard; Sir John W. and Lady Frances J. Murchison,Jr.; Sir Robert L and I~tdy Mary Me. Murphy; Lady Aileen W. Neil; Lady Mareelee F. O'Sullivan; Sir Anthony P. and Lady Angeline E. Rocco; Sir Andrew and Lady Yolanda Rusinko; Lady Margaret L. Schellenberg; Sir Frank B. and Lady Angela M. Sewall; Sir Richard and Lady Sara Stephens; Sir Eugene and Lady Shirley V'tlfordi; Sir Mark and Lady Kathleen Watson; Sir Harrigan and Lady Sherry Wortsmith; and Sir John W. and Lady Anselma M. Wright. In addidon to the invesfitm e, 1'28 Knights and Ladies of the Order were promoted in rank during the Mass. renda Cherry and Jessie Bailey were married in the Chapel at St. Jospeh Health Center in Hot Springs while he was hospitalized following a heart attack. A passing remark to hospital employees that they wanted to get married "one of these days soon," led to an afternoon candlelight Wedding, complete with guests and wedding cakes. Thirty nine CYO mere- bers and chaperones from St. Joseph in Conway enjoyed a beau- tiful fall weekend on a recent trip to the Passion Play in Eureka Springs and Silver Dollar City in southern Missouri. Much has been said of the Catholic press as a vehide for the publication of accurate news and views of happenings, local, diocesan, national and international. The apostolate of the press has an importance that cannot be exaggerated in the spread of accurate information, as a corrective against moral abuses and unsound social, economic and educational theories, and, above all, as a source of informa- tion aboutright notions of Catholic faith and morals. These functions of the Catholic press are so evident as to be admitted by all thinking Catholics derical and lay. "I'laom g. Goma Bishop of Reno (From Sink or &vhn, Rt. Rev. Paer M.H. Wynnhover, 1939.) Hope Hater Press, Matin'o, LA "'This is where God wants me. "" Sister Mary Clare Age: 39 Native of: Lamed, Kansas Interests: Music, oil painting and crafts. "From growing up on a farm in Kansas... to working as an LPN in Salt Lake City, Galveston, and Ketchikan, Alaska... to entering religious life. It was an interesting journey. It led me to a truly awesome life commitment. " DOMINICAN SISTERS OF HAWTHORNE A religious community of Catholic women with seven modern nursing facilities in six states. Our one apostolate is to nurse incurable cancer patients. This work is a practical fulfillment of our faith. The most important talent, highly prized by us, is the talent for sharing of yourself- your compassion, your cheerfulness, your faith- with those who have been made so vulnerable and dependent by this dread disease. Not all of our sisters are nurses, but as part of our apostolate, all directly help in the care of the patients• If you think you have a religious vocation and would like to know more about our work and community life, why not plan to visit with us. We would be happy to share with you a day from our lives• Write: Sister Marie Edward DOMINICAN SISTERS OF HAWTHORNE Rosao' Hill Home 600 Linda Avenue Hawthorne, New York 10532 or call: (914) "/69-4794 ARK 11 Please send me more information about your Congregation• S;lme Address ('ity State Zip __