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LXXIX,NO. 44 DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK, AR NOVEMBER 25, 1990 ]n'H'nml a bn if IIIIrtlmi "I fear that. in this situation, moving I LLGI" Ii ll Ui IIVII|"beyond the deployment of mi,itary ' i i , ....... forces in an effort to deter Iraqs ag- n61n Kuwait w0rnil gression to the undertaking of often- P ! . sive military action could well violate " these criteria, especially the principles L Washingtn(USCC) " The presi" f prprtinality and last resrt'"rlSensusll among the bishops.. ,4iimVon four better or worseP ofl? ].ip g EpiscopaIBishop platformi.. ] I [! .!Kent of the national Conference of Pilarczyk said; !i I~ttholic Bishops 4) The convlction that the U.S. [has written Pres. should continue strong, persistent and ]11 I [Ce0rge Bush to determined international and peaceful i i t , [ tre "the pressure against Iraq. I Onference's The letter supported military pres- deep concerns ence for the ur tee of iving cred- at u0ut the moral ibilitv to a vigorous pursuit of diplo- v';darlgers and ha- _2 matic and economic approaches to the i i il = ! costs which crisis," but that "the use of weapons of [ ld be file re- war cannot be a substitute for the dif- ] lalt of war in the ficult, often time-consuming and frus- st Mae Aaa ose Pets ,, Jan Gulf ...... ,.__ trating work of searching for olitical [ " Ar nuunnup P The Fayetleville Campus Ministry at the University of Arkansas recently I letter, n. ..... k solutions to the deep-seated problems ]sb r t by Arch- in the Middle East which have contrib- weekendSpnsredleda SearChby collegeWeekendstudentsfr collegeand advisors.Yuth" Search is a spiritual retreat | lshop Daniel Pilarczyk after a discus- uted to the current crisis." p0n among the U.S. bishops at their The letter also pointed out, e do-= ,, Final official election results showed i, eneral meeting, stressed "the moral mestic consequences of war- the re- Lawyer eleelel Robinson winning by 86,000 votes over [l aPerative of oersistent nursuit of non- sources divided, the human needs ne- m = her opponent, former cabinet minister !~/i . 1 1 l 0lent international pressure to halt glected, the potential political conflict IFI BrianLeninhan, apoliticalallyofPrime / cl reverse Iraq's aggression without and divisions within our society.' sn presloent Minister Charles Haughey. |reSort to war." Pilarczyk called for a national assess- In an election campaign interview, The letter, which affirms and buildsment and discussion of the. ethical di- Dublin, Ireland (CNS) - Mary Robinson said: "I'11 be able to look | Pon an earlier Conference letter from mensions of the crisis, and asked: "Will Robinson, a 46-year-old lawyer, upset Charlie Haughey in the eye and tell him - "[' ehbishp Roger Mahony to Secretary war with Iraq leave the people of_Ku- .... Irtish politics by to back off if necessary, because I have [ t State James Baker, cites significant wait, the Middle East and the worldb e c o ,m i n g been directly elected by the people as % " Ireland s first a whole and he hasn't." woman presi- Haugheywas chosen by his party, the -,tS"strong condemnation of Iraq's .............. dent after a ruling Fianna Fail. [aggression hostage taking and support i hard-fought Robinson offered friendship to both [!%Worldwide neaceful Pressure to de- ] l campaign in Protestants and Catholics in Northern r and " , - Bisho Andrew McDonald an i reverse Iran s a ression; [ P J. - [ ewhich she called Ireland and said she wants to visit the Th . ,,o nounces the followin clerical ap Jr or equality forBritish province. [ th e urgent need to fully consider . g "1 i e moral and human consenuences I Pmtment: I women and lib- "There would be no agenda and no ~1' ,, -z . , . [ the use of force; Effectwe mamedmtely: [ eralization ofdi- strings attached. I want to do it in a it,3) The application of traditional l Rev. Alphonse J. Favre, CSSp- In [ vorce, contra- balanced way. I am in nobody s camp, I tthohc .... restdence, St tee h dash, Conway Mary Robinson ....... !',. " lust war criteria to the situa- I " "J P P " t cepuon ant= no- sne sam. I in the Persian Gulf- just cause, i Rev. Francis I. Malone, JCL i mosexuality laws. See "Lawyer," page7 [ rapetent authority, probability of i Chancellor I ...... I to be blessed at Mass ~,~ Little Rock-A 12:05 PM Mass at the 'I~ ~ ~ I ' patronal thedral of St. Andrew win celebrate thefeast of the diocese and Bishop III II t [ AndrewJ. McDonald on Friday, Nov, 30. I I I McDonald will be the main I ! : pal platform and re-dedicate the original I - I "i : ..... .., episcopal chair (cathedra). I I Before 1989, the c~t/~ecl~ also served as I ~ I i the presiders chair when the bishop was I I II ii!I not present, but in that year the diocese , ua l received a directive from Rome stating I = I to . 0 ! exclusive use of the bishop and clearly" I" I! visible to the entire congregation.I =a ,, , o I The diocese then built a platform for I - I the original bishop s chair, which had I s .. I Scouts of America has awar-d- ed PoPe ohni,paul " scoutlng's ' ,*" O been kept in storage, and restored the I _. _-., ,,, I t guished Citizen of the World commendations for extraordinary ser- chairtoits original walnut finish. On the I I i[ Ib in behalf of world peace and brotherhood." BSA Chief Scout Executive wall behind the platform is the bishop s / / H. Love told Pope John Paul II that the Catholic Church in the U.S. coat of = ms I . 5 / irrelltly has more than a quarter million members In Scouting programs. Everyone is invited to the Mass. ! /