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PAGE 2 THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 14, 1969 Convention CONTINUED FROM PAGE | H. Work, executive director of the aiely calls to mind its history, National Council of Catholic Men, the part it has played in our lives. who spoke at the closing Sunday morning session of the convention, as well as at a meeting of the Council of Men preceding the joint session. An invitation from Fort Smith to hold the 1970 convention in that city was accepted by the member- ship. Mrs. Charles Bell of Fort Smith was re-elected president of the Women's Council at a Sunday moring session. Elected to serve with her were Mrs. Edwin Walling of Crossett, first vice-president; Miss Frances Hart of Little Rock, recording secretary; and Mrs. William Minden, treasurer. The men will elect officers in Feb- ruary. Bishop Graves was presented at the banquet by The Rev. Msgr. James E. O'Connell, moderator of the Women's Council. H. G. Rountree of Rogers, president of the Council of Men, was master of ceremonies and the invocation was given by The Rev. Msgr. Francis A. Allen, V.F., dean of the Little Rock deanery. Bishop Graves said in his talk, "There is no Catholic who is not thrilled at the sight of St. Peter's, in actuality or on TV .... because this magnificent church immedi- Dr. Annie M. Bremyer CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE 310 E. 9th, Little Rock PHONE FR 2-2684 In Mon. Wed. FrL and Sat. "But it is not ultimately the building which affects us. What affects us is expressed in mosaic letters six feet high encircling the interior of the dome: 'Thou art Peter and on this rock I will build my church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. And I will give to thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven.' "These are the word of truth and Our Lord's words. God grant that our chief Shepherd in the Church may ever reflect Christ, the Good Shepherd. "Back in the seminary days, we read in our text the thesis that Bishops, considered collegially, are by divine right the successors of the Apostles in spiritual author- ity and we learned that this was not a defined article of Faith, but had the note of being theol- ogically of the Faith. "Why then would one get the impression from news accounts during the recent Synod, that some of the Bishops were almost in revolt, almost in schism over this matter of collegiality of Episcopal authority? "There were disagreements, yes...but not over this doctrine of collegiality. The Holy Father had called t h i s Extraordinary Synod as he himself said, 'to illum- ine the existence and growth of episcopal collegiality in suitable canonical terms .... ' "Here then is the point of dis- agreement, the problem of prac- tical structures, practical ways I WE CONTROL  I RATS AND MICE O L,,o.,o,,.. Pesl Control FR 4-6469 - 2210 W. 7th I BIGELOW ROBINSON 0. Materials Handling Equipment SA LES-S ERVICE-R ENTA LS 1122 Pine St., North Little Rock, Ark. FR 4-7519 The Financial GROWTH Center 1 We look forward to offering our customers the same friendly and courteous service with the finest facilities available anywhere in the country. UNION NATIONAL BANK OF LITTLE ROCK Martin Work Addresses Convention of making collegiality effective. It hurts us to read of disagree- ment of Bishops amongthemselves and with the Holy Father, even when there is accurate reporting. But if there were no problems, no differences of opinion, there would have been no need for the calling of the Synod." Mr. Work spoke Sunday morning on "New Horizons." He empha- sized the fact "we need to dream dreams...have visions." He said, "I think Catholics need to have new plans...new hopes every- where...a new kind of love, the nonpossissive kind. "We need new horizons. The laity is bogged down throughout the world with pressing problems. We need to overcome these awe- some problems with a new faith and with hope and love. "The Vatican II meeting should have stayed in session longenough to write another decree, a decree on the Nature of Joy. This could have been written with only New Horizons in mind. "This is our Church. The Church is really only the people of God. The Holy Spirit speaks to us all. Give of your spirit to the church." Mr. Work was introduced by Monsignor O'Connell as one of the outstanding laymen of the U.S. He was named by Pope Paul VI as one of 12 laymen of the world, a council formed not quite three years ago. A joint general session opened the convention in the Skyway Room. Mrs. Bell, president of the Women's Council presided. The Rev. Msgr. Francis X. Murphy, moderator of the Council of Men, gave the invocation and a welcome to the city was" given by Haco Boyd, mayor of Little Rock. Greetings were also heard from Miss Mary Lee Cambre of Alexandria, second vice president of the National Council. His Excellency Bishop Albert L, Fletcher was principal cele- brant of the convention Mass in St. Andrew's Cathedral Saturday morning. Con-celebrants were Monsignor O'Connell and Monsignor Murphy. TheRev. Charles F. Kordsmeier was Mas- ter of Ceremonies. The keynote address was given by Monsignor O'Connell, who used the theme of the convention, "For- ward Together" as his subject. Following luncheon the Council of Women met in the Marquis Room and tile Council of Men met in the Capitol View Room. Mrs. Hilda Blitz, giving the report of the re- gistration committee, announced a registration of 129 women and 51 men, a total of 180 attending the convention. The Council of Women heard a talk by Dr. James Dusenberry, chairman of the department of Pathology, Arkansas School of Pharmacy. His subject was "roy- The Gun  0ffickll Publication of the (Diocese of CItrIc' Published Weekly by The Guardian Press, Inc., 2500 N. Entered as second-class matter March 21, 1911, at tt# office of Little Rock, Arkansas, under the Act March 8, 1897. r. " Second-class postage paid at d Q Little Rock, Arkansas 'SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: $5.00 the year In the Canada $6.50 - Foreign $7.50 The Guardian is the official publication of the Diocese of proved its worth durIng the many years of its existence. It hearted support of the priests and people of the diocese. With goal, as an Instrument of Catholic Action, can be achieved. ALBERT L. Bishop of EDITOR REV. MONSIGNOR THOMAS L. KEANY, Ph. D. Mount St. Mary's Academy, Little Rock, Ark. 722,07 MANAGING EDITOR BUSINESS MR. WILLIAM W. O'DONNELL MR. AUGUST PROBST0 Address All Departments P. O. Box 7417 Telephone FOREST PARK STATION -- ZIP CODE 72207 Business Hours 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday. Saturday, major National Holidays and Holy Days of Obligation. age to Nowhere.", an instructive talk on the use and abuse of drugs in Arkansas. The Council of Men heard the "Aims of the Education Depart- ment" by The Rev. Msgr. John E. Murphy, diocesan director of education. He explained the four types of education in the diocese, general education, Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, the Catholic Youth Organization and Vocations. The CCD,using the personnel at hand, he said has emphasized the teacher training in the state, with over a 1,000 people having received instruction in CCD work. He also said a new approach has been taken for vocations with the reorganization of the Diocesan Council of the Laity. This council is composed of 16 laymen, 15 religious women, nine religious priests and 18 diocesan priests. The women presented a panel discussion on "Catholic Involve- ment in the Community.,, Leader of the discussion was The Rev. Walter B. Clancy, diocesan dir- ector of Catholic hospitals and social service. Panelist were Mrs. Kenneth Heigel, who has spent much time in the poverty area in Pulaski County, Mrs. John Raines, chief ist of the State and Mrs. Donald Kelley, poverty area worker Mr. Rountree headed table discussion on tires of DCCM." Miss Rose Marie sided over a panel discU "Liturgy in Focus." were Mrs. Louis J. Jr., and Mrs. William / Father Kordsmeier was to answer questions on urgy. Monsignor Murphy Mass in St. Andrew's Sunday morning the homily. Mr. Work the Men's Council NCCM" and the women' held a business Guests of the Mrs. Quentin Quinette, of the cil of Women, and Mrs. James Campbell Rock and Dr. Paul North Little Rock, were men of the convention. ing was program chairma FLAME-KIST STEAKS PRIME RIBS OF From the A VARIETY OF TEMPTING SEAFOODS Every entree on the menu is served with baked potato toppe dl golden butter, or sour cream and chives, crisp bacon chips cheese, the famous Embers tossed green salad...lndlvidual of French bread...and plenty of piping hot coffee... 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