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PAGE 2 From the , J Mana00ng Editor's Desk.. b r 15 - 17  , Po4Mtsl'd Weekly by The CHrd184 prel ' Sub] aco Abbey s Coary Ho  N. Tyler St., Little Rock. ArK. "1 Sublaeo, Ark. .I Entered as second-class  Mardl it[ ncounter riches married life. TkoGe 1 ho have llv  the, 1911, at the post office of Little Rock  [ t highly I Lerested couples may regi ;ter for the forthe sa$, trader the Act of Coeret of tr$ [ ing out am mailing the oepon below, e elesiag $1 deposl lW7. [ /   Second-class postage paid at | ..... LIHle Rock, Arkanl, ] DRESS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: [ .... $5.00 per year in the Unithd Stah l Canada $6.50- Foreigct $7J0 / 'r ' .... / MAIL TO: MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER l PUBLISHER 1 ST. JOHN'S CENTER MOST REVEREND J e P O BOX 7565 LITTLE ROCK AR 72207 /I n " ' ' ANDREWJ. McDONALD, D.D. / u, Biof LIe Ro / . r Imagine the happiness and justifiable pride that last week's election of Fa- i ther Raphael. DeSalvo, O.S.B., as Ab- bot of New Subiaco Ab- bey brought to his father,and stepmother, Mr and Mrs. Tony L. DeSalvo of Center Ridge, to his brothers and sisters and half-brothers and half-sisters, Augustine DeSalvo, Mrs. Harley Petty of Shelby, O., Henry DeSalvo of Little Rock, Sister Angela DeSalvo, OS.B., of St. Scholastica Convent, Fort Smith, Mrs. Orvil Granger of Oklahoma City, Mrs. Bert Lambert of San Francisco, Michael DeSalvo of Dallas, A. C DeSalvo of Fayetteville, Mrs. Russell Hart, Mrs. Carl Miller, Thomas DeSalvo and Tony DeSalvo, Jr., all of Center Ridge, Mrs. Clarence Hart of Springfield, Ark., Mrs. J. P. Koch of Morrilton, Mrs. Clem Hartman of St. Vincent, Mrs. Tom Hall of Conway, Mrs. James Malik of Fort Hood, Texas, and Brother Tobias DeSalvo, O.S.B., of New Subiaco Abbey. In this age of widespread Text New Subiaco Abbey's Coury House A Marriage Encounter enriches married life. TheGe who have lived the experience recommend it highly Interested couples may register for the forthcoming En- counter by filling out and mailing the coupon below, enclesiag $10 deposit. MR. and MRS., ,REET ADDRESS CITY and PARISI CONTINUED FROM PAGE I was passing through the streets of Jericho. Everyone wanted to get close to Him and to see Him. Among those who were trying to see Him was a man named Zacchaeus. Zacchaeus had two things going against him, he was rich and he was short The bible does not say too many good things about people who are rich. You little girls know what it is when grandma asks you to thread the needle. The opening; is so small that it is almost impossible to see. And you boys know bow big a camel is. Perhaps we should use a cow here in Arkansas, because we all know that a camel is even bigger than a cow. Jesus speaking of the rich people said,. "It will be easier for a camel to get through the eye of a needle than it will be for a rich person to get into Heaven." Little people become very aggressive because they never can see what is going on. You have watched them at a parade, I am sure. Zacchaeus then went ahead of Jesus, climbed a tree so that he could see him. when Jesus passed by, he called Zacchaeus down from the tree and told him that He was going to come into his home. People contraception and feticide, simply naming the 19 children of the Tony DeSalvos is,one of the best tributes that can be paid to them. 108 - - . - LI I r ii BLUE HILL GARAGE & MOBIL SERVICE STATION (Wrecker Service) Phone 851 -I 575 Blue Hill IGA Grocery Phone 851-9916 10501-10505 Conway Hwy., H.L.R., Ark. OPEN SUNDAYS Mr. & Mrs. Carl Zaiac, Owners I. __. COMPLETE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS - BUSINESS AND GROUPS * Tickets * Reservations * Hotels * Car Rentals * Tours - AT REGULAR RATES -- R. S. "BOB" PETERS JR. p,,- /I,,x, 2813 Kavanaugh, Little Rock, Ark., Pin 666-0242 Watch For... DIAMOND LIQUORS Rixie Exit- Highway 67 North murmured and complained He's going with a sinner. Zacchaeus began to defend himself. He said, "If I take something away from a person and realize it, I give them back four times what I took." That means if he took a quarter, he gave them back a dollar. And now I have to speak about myself. If what I say applies to you also, then take heed of what Jesus says Whenever something good happens to another person, I have a ten- dency to resent it. I even want to call them sinners. If they are rich people, I say that they are already crooked; the rich get richer. If they are poor people, I say they are lazy and are always looking for the handout. On the other hand, if you look in your own family circle, you will find that brother, sister, aunt, uncle, who always rejoices when something good happen to someone else. It's not nice to speak of your own relatives, but I can take my chances out here. As you know, I come from a large family and I am at the end of the line of these children. One of my sisters was late in marrying. In the family circle some of the brothers and sisters married, some went into the convent and one boy even went off to study for the priesthood. There were weddings, baptisms, first communions, confirmations, and ordination. The first one always to rejoice at good things that happened to other people was this one sister. The way Jesus treated Zacchaeus in the gospel today holds a lesson for us who resent the good things that happen to other people. This past week, the Campaign for Human Development sent a representative into Arkansas to tell us that we the ordinary little people have reached out to help the poor Last Thanksgiving when you made your small contribution to the Campaign for Human Development, you rightly said, "What can one person like myself do?" I stand here to tell you that all of your small contributions throughout the country amounted to six million dollars. A represen- tative of the Campaign came into Arkansas to tell us that the poor in our state will recieve $100,600.00 'The major portion, some $70,000.00 will be used to continue to build housing in Scott, Arkansas. Scott is about twenty-five miles outside of Little Rock. I have gone out there many times during the winter to watch the houses go up. A Church of Christ minister who is a carpenter has spent hours working on the project. He is teaching people how to use the hammer, the saw and the nails Since privacy is so highly esteemed, we did not dare go into one of the new homes without an invitation We were For Information, Call: Your Pastor or Joe A. & Alice Roll 562-4090 Guidelines CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 the Ordinary Minister of Communion, and the extra- ordinary minister is not a substitute for the priest's service, but is merely an extension of it. 2. There is an objective pastoral need. 3. Sensitivity should be shown to the feelings and wishes of the com- municant. Therefore, the priest should carefully explain to the sick or aged person the meaning and advantages of having extraordinary ministers, especially in cases of shut- ins or persons who will be sick for a long period of time. 4 Persons may be proposed for delegation on the basis of a regular or continuing ministry to particular sick or aged persons, e.g., family member or neigh- bor. separate from and does not include authorization to distribute Communion to the sick, and vice versa. The same person may enjoy both authorizations but only if he has been proposed explicitly for each and has been properly prepared. 4. A clear explanation must be made to the ad- ministrators of the hospital or nursing home that, in addition to priests, ex- traordinary ministers will service the sick. A list of authorized extraordinary ministers should be fur- B. In order to be authorized to distribute Communion to the sick, the following conditions should beverified: 1. The candidate must attend a special formation session designed for instruction on the Christian attitude to the sick, aged and dying, and in the details of how to administer Communion to them. 2. The candidate must be registered for this service in the Diocesan Liturgical Commission and receive a written mandate from that office for aperiod of three years. 3. Authorization to distribute Communion within Mass is EDITOR REV. MONSIGNOR THOMAS L. KEANY, Ph.D. Mount St. Mary Academy Little Rock, Arkansas 722O7 MANAGING EDITOR MR. WILLIAM W. O'DONNELL Address All Oelrtments P 0 Box 7417 ORR EST PARK STATI,q._'ZI p 7207 Teleplne Business Hours 8:30 4:30 P.M. through day. Closed on National of Obligation. nished. Extraordinary ministers must carry a identification card whicl will be furnished by $ Diocesan Liturgical Commission. C. Other considerations circumstances are: A religious superior may apply for himself (herself) or for a delegate fo! authorization to brinl Communion to the sicl within the religious hoUSe' g BIGELOW ROBINSON CO. Materials l-landlL Equipment SALES-SERVICE-RENTAI. 1122 Pine St., North Little Rock, Ark. Phone 374-7519 j00YOU'RE IN SU RED 205 Donoghey Building Phone 376-4707 HOWARD HARDIN LARRY WILSON JACK GARDNER Morrilton Sets Fete for Notre QUALITY FOR HOME DELIVERY PHONE (501)565-3431 If it's Borden, it's got to be goo& @ IlOItOEN. INC. in their lives, they had running water, cooking facilities and bath facilities. Bestof all, this daddy could say, with his head high, "I helped to build this house with my own hands." Thanks to you for giving me the chance." Across the road only fifty yards away, I could see the old shack where this mother' and father and children lived in the bitter cold of last winter I hope the old shack stands for many years as a sign of what was. I hope the new home lasts even longer as a sign of human dignity and a realization that people do love and do care. The question before us as we leave Church is very simple: Will we be like the people who murmured when Jesus favored Zacchaeus or will we rejoice because good things have happened to other people: human dignity and a recognition that each one of us is truly a child of God? ARAFAT SCORED Washington (NC) - Nineteen Catholic and Protestant religious leaders in the United States have protested against the United Nations' decision to invite Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) leader, Yasir Arafat, to address the UN General .Asmb!y,. *...'; ,'' Morrilton -- Sacred Heart parish will celebrate the diamond jubilee of the School Sisters of Notre Dame here this weekend The celebration for the Sisters, whose order has con- tinued to staff Sacred Heart parish for 75 years, will begin with a Mass of Thanksgiving at 4:30 P.M. Saturday, Nov. 9. A banquet honoring the Sisters, whose Order also staffs St. Joseph's Elementary school in Conway, is set for 7:30 P.M. Saturday with a parish dance to follow in the Knights of Columbus Hall. The School Sisters of Notre Dame, established in Germany in 1833, came to the United States and the Religious congregation serving Arkansas now has its regional headquarters in Irving, Tex. They came to Morrilton Sept. 12, 1899. Presently the School Sisters of Notre Dame number more than 10,000 in 26 countries throughout the world. The Sisters today serve in hospitals, clinics, on parish teams, coordinate religious education programs for both adults and children, visit families and teach ICE CREAM invited. With my own eyes, I saw human dignity. In that haeclSdWa::th::e'trt:hmer Dame Sisters MILK AND