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l lonast,cmm, . . workshop tio J as J. Little Rock- Fr. Hugh Assenmacher, 1eela ~%B, a monk of Sub'mco Abbey, will present St. iThe Phenomenon of Monasticism in a :tile~rkshop open to the public. ?eds Ft. Assenmacher will explore the Scrip- Lddi" hral and historical bases of monastic life '~as' Hd the ramifications of that life. ,eral _ The workshop will be held at 7 PM on pr~" l'Uesday, Dec_ 10, at Oasis Renewal Center, .~.dn ,.14913 Coooer__ Ozbit" Rd. Cost is $1250,. or hob'~ if registration is made by Dec. 3. atue For more information or to register, the 0ntact Oasis at 225-6890. 'dJl athoIIc Families Project hold conference Little Rock - Fr. John Marconi, Family Life Director for the Diocese of Little Rock, has that the Catholic Families Project hold a series of regional conferences dur- 1992: "Growing in Faith as Families." Focusing on creative approaches to assist in faith growth throughout the family the conference workshops will explore as parenting for faith growth, family rituals for sharing faith, ethnicity, youth, faith the media, religious education and other Catholic Families Project began in 1987 as a ~'e-year effort to develop initiatives for promot- ~g faith maturity in families. Conferences will be offered at a number of ~ites during the year. For more information, %rttact Fr. Marconi at 6644)3,40. CATHOLIC Christmas. $15 for one subscription $13 for two or more and $8 for Clergy or Religious A card will accompany ARKANSAS CATHOLIC NOVEMBER 2.4, 1991PAGE 7 By St. PI /I Enderlin, OSB IN- "Peace in Twenty-one teenagers and adults from the Diocese of Little Rock [mrtidpated in the 21st Biennial National Youth Convention sponsored by the National Federation of Catholic Youth Ministry here Nov. 7-10. The conven- tion, held in conjunction with the first National Youth Congress, drew 7,000 participants from the U.S., including 20 bishops. The convention theme, "Peace in the Puzzle," focused on the \ the Puzzle" workshops, concerts, liturgies, prayer induded in convention activities. Madeline and silver Olympic medalist, told partici- pants of how she helped another Olympic star to find God. Her rendition of "How Great Thou .Art" Idled the center and brought the atten- dants to their feet. Tony Melendez, a young man with- out alms, encour- aged all to go on with life and not gh~e up. The crowd was silent as he played the guitar with his feel Christian rock Sr. Phyllis Endedin FOOD AND FELLOWSHIP. Enjoying the weekend were, L to R: Ryan Hightower, Sonya Reginelli, Julie Klaeger and Patricia McFall. way to know peace is to know God and that each person has a place in the overall picture. A variety of speakers, services and a food fair were Manning Mires, a gold Madeline Manning Mims singers shared their musical talents and sto- ties in concerts and coffeehouse settings. The Arkansas delegauon was most inspired by, as Jammie Butler of Texarkana noted, "seeing so many people gathered together in one place."Jenni Anderson of North Little Rock said she "didn't think that there were that many young Catholics out there, and how much they all care." Biyan Thompson, Executive Council rep- resentative for the North Little R~k Area, summed up the convention experience: "7,000 people in one place to celebrate our love for God is an awesome experience." (Sr. Phyllis Endedin is Diocesan Youth Minis- .Direaor.) a gift of faith 48 times [Mag to ~ Cathol~ P.O. Box 7417 I IAttle Rock, AR 72217. : Rease send a gut subscr~on to : I I St. Mary's Traditional Thanksgiving Day Celebration Thursday, Nov. 28 Lawrence Hall - Altus Dinner served 11 AM to 1 PM $6 for adults; $3 for youth age 6- 12 Free for age 5 & under Quilt Auction - Bazaar- Fish Pond - Prizes Bring the entire family! ONE STOP Postal & Business Setwces - Sffu:~. 1985 ~ " UPS AUTHORIZED SHIPPING OUTLET " WESTCHASE PLAZA (NEXT TO KROGER) 301N. Shackleford, Suite C201 Little Rock, AR 72211 " When you care enough to send by the very best " y$1.00 CONTRIBUTION will be made to Sr. "; ',Annella's" HELPING HAND "for each coupon ', Betty & Joe Franzetti I accompanying a package shipped via UPS. I Members: Chdst the King ..... ......... ..j