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PAGE 16 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC NOVEMBER 2.4, 1991 IllqTITU * a 30-hour master's program in Religious Education (MRE) or Pastoral Studies (MPS) * may enroll as a credit or non-credit student (no Bachelor's degree required for non-credit) * groups forming in Fayetteville, Fort Smith and Little Rock areas * classes begin in January * for information, contact: Fayetteville Deacon Dan Daily H: 521-4536 W: 575-6138 Fort Smith Sr. Norma Lipsmeyer, RSM W: 783-2603 Little Rock Mr. Greg Wolfe W: 664-0340 For More Information, Contact Mr. Greg Wolfe Office of Lay Ministry 2500 North Tyler Street Little Rock, AR 72207 (501) 664-0340, ext.377 NEVVORLEANS m16 [g[15II11 5 Ii z YBg Br. Cyprian Hill, CFP Br. Cyprian Hill, CFP, dies at 87 in Searcy Searcy- Br. Cyprian (W'llliam Henry) Hill, CFP, a Brother of the Poor of St. Francis for 70 years, died Nov. 7. He was 87. Born in Wheaton, IL, Feb. 7, 1904, Br. Hill entered the novitiate of the Brothers of the Poor of St. Francis in 1921 in Cincin- nail. A_ r teaching in that city for seven years, he relocated to Arkansas, where he began his teaching ministry at Searcy's Morris Bc arding School for Boys. During his years there, he also served as superior, prindpal and prefect. From 1965-71, Br. Hill served the North American Pro nce of St. Joseph as Provin- cial Superior at Cincinnati, ushering in changes in religious life called for by the Second Vatican Council. Upon completion of that mission, he returned to Morris School as a math teacher, receiving the National Mathematics Teach- ers Award in 1976. Mass of Resurrection was celebrated Nov. 11 by Ft. Mark Sandford, OFM, school chaplain. Burial followed in the Brothers' Plot of St. Paul Cemetery. Sunday, Nov. 24- 3 PM, Northern Dean- ery Confimmtion, St. Peter the Fisherman, Mountain Home. Monday, Nov. 25 - In office. Tuesday, Nov. 26 - In office; 7 PM, Con- firmailon, St. Jude, Jacksonville. Wednesday, Nov. 27 - In office. Thursday, Nov. 28 - Thanksgiving Day. Friday, Nov. 29- 9 AM, Mass at Carmel. Satm'day, Nov. 30- In town. Eric McMullin, 13, Imboden, died Nov. 3. Parents: Aaron and Brenda McMullin; brothers: Alex and Daniel; grandmothers: Mable Thomas, Black Rock, and Bobbie McMullin, Imboden; great-grandmothers: Opal Thomas, Jonesboro, and Lucy McMullin, Springfield, MO. Laurence Peter Roeder, 88, Texarkana, TX, died Nov. 4. Brother: Herman Roeder; sister: Josephine Naberhaus. Ruth Mary Horton, 88, Texarkana, AR, died Nov. 5. Husband: Carl; sons: Brian, Carl, Keith, Craig; daughters: Faith, Gall, Dawn, Zawalia, Isla. Richard "Hip" Roselli, 40, North Little Rock, died Nov. 11. Daughter:. Nina Roselli, Clifton, NJ; mother: Evelyn Roselli, Sherwood; brothers: Thomas Roselli, North Little Rock and Charles Roselli, Lake'-land, FL; sister. Carol Taylor, Sherwood. Arkm sas Catholic welcomes letters, which must be signed and are subject to conden- sation. Address letters to: F litor, Arkansas Catholic, P.O. Box 7417, Little Rock, 72217. ~'.:~-.".:~.~* :~ ............ " " ~:'.