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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 19, 1982 U.D. Is Offering [ Deaths Scholarship Again Irving, Texas - The University of Dallas is again offering a Catholic senior in the Diocese of Little Rock (includes all of Arkansas) an opportunity to win a four-year, full-tuition scholarship, worth $15,050. The University of Dallas is a co-educational institution, offering a wide range of curricula: liberal arts, social sciences, pre- engineering, medicine and dental. The scholarship includes one semester during the sophomore year (plus air fare) on the Rome Campus, including three weeks in Greece. This scholarship, which is offered through the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, is available to any Catholic bey or girl scheduled for graduation from a Catholic or public high school in the Spring of 1983. To be eligible to enter the contest, the Catholic student must be a member of a parish in Arkansas. Contestants will be judged on scholarship, with a strong emphasis on SAT and ACT scores, as well as community and-or parish activities. This will be the 27th year the University of Dallas has offered scholarships through the DCCW and the last two years' winners were from all over the.state, including North Little Rock, Jonesboro, Heber Springs, Fayet- teville, Fort Smith, Searcy, Benton, Little Rock, Morrilton, Pocahontas, Hot Springs, Prairie Grove and Mena. This indicates all Catholic seniors from all sections of the state are eligible. The scholastic rating of the U. of Dallas is indicated by the release of the current Barton profiles of Catholic American Colleges and Universities whch listed a tie for first place between the University of Dallas, Georgetown University and Notre Dame University. Last year, the total scholarships awarded, including the first-place $15,050 winner, amounted to $71,050 and the previous year $50,000. Scholarship applications must be obtained through the Scholarship Committee of the DCCW. Co-chairmen of this committee are Edith Reville Flanigan, No. 3 Garfield Circle, Little Rock, Ark., 72205, phone - 663- 2065, and Mary Raley Albertine, Apartment 1201, Summit House, 400 North University, Little Rock, Ark., 72205, phone -- 666-7744. Deadline for filing applications is Feb. 1, 1983. MARTIN WALffR'S GULF SERVICE Oak & Locust St. Comvay, Ark. 72032 PAUL A. KAELIN, 69, 1211 North 35th Street, Fort Smith, Nov. 7, 1982. Wife, Margaret; daughters, Dolores Hammer, Paula McManus, Patricia Robinson, Christine Doskocil; son, Daniel. THOMAS EDWARD JONES, 64, Barling, Nov. 3, 1982. Wife, Dorothy Seibold; children, seven. MRS. MARIE ANITA FREGEAU, 61, 2308 Birnie Avenue, Fort Smith, Nov. 9, 1982. Husband, Lawrence; daughter, Ann Brown. J. D. NARISI, 71, 4307 FreeFerry Lane, Fort Smith, Nov. 11, 1982. Wife, Sue; son, Nicky. Bishop Pleads for Sensitivity To Culture of i lispanics Stockton, Calif. (NC) - Bishop Roger Mahony of Stockton has appealed to members of his diocese to be sensitive to Hispanic culture in an effort to meet the pastoral needs of Hispanic Catholics. In a pastoral letter, Bishop Mahony noted that Hispanic Catholics of Mexican descent comprise about 16 per cent of the total population of the diocese and about 45 per cent of the Catholic population. "We have never experienced in our diocese such a rapid influx of one ethnic group," be said. "Their faith is strong, but their pastoral needs are also great. The history, culture and religiosity which animate their lively faith need to be known and shared. Their past and present contributions to the life of the church here deserve to be appreciated. "The pastoral needs of our Hispanic Catholics are very great," the bishop con- tinued, "because they are arriving in in- Conway 00nopping ]DRUMMOND CITIZENS INSURANCE CO. Insure for the Purpose. Complete Service by... 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Noting too the influx of migrants, im- migrants and refugees from Latin America, Southeast Asia and the Middle East, Bishop Mahony said, "How we accept those who are different from ourselves measures not only our Christian belief that we are all brothers and sisters, but also our conviction as church that in God's house there can be no strangers., Many Hispanic Catholics want to lend their historical, cultural and religious gifts to build up and enrich the church, the bishop said. The church "also seeks," he said, "to respond to its Catholics of Mexican ancestry in the best possible way: with their own core cultural symbols. They reveal the soul and the heart of a people, who they are and what they feel and believe deeply. Indeed, God's presence is most clearly revealed through the signs and symbols of cultures." Bishop Mahony said Our Lady of Guadalupe, who appeared to a Mexican peasant 450 years ago, and the church are ] Knigh Little Rock - The State of the Knights of Columbus will Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 4-5, Downtowner Motor Inn, Sixth and Streets, it was announced by State l R.S. "Bob" Peters, Attending will be state officers, deputies, district deputies, state chairmen and grand knights. Check-in will be from 9 A.M. Saturday, Dec. 4. Clinics for and grand knights will he from I0 noon. Following a cold cuts buffet, a meeting will be held from I to4 P.M. reports will be given at this time. cellency Bishop Andrew J. Rock will offer a Mass at 5 P.M. at] drew's Cathedral and will be guest of a steak cook-out at Council 812's atG:30. Sunday's agenda has breakfast at 8 talk on vocations from 9 to I0, general business meeting at 10:15: event on the program is a meeting officers, past state deputies and deputies at 12:30 P.M. The Want-Ad ORGANIST-PIANIST -- weddir receptions. 227-5105. 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