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ARKANSAS CATHOLIC DECEMBER 2, 1990 PAGE 5 TV MASS Rev. Kevln Lee November !8, ] 990 Sunday, 7 AM KTHV - Arkansas Sunday, Dec. 2 - 10:30 AM Mass, Our Lady of the Good Counsel, Little Rock; 12:05 Mass, Cathedral of St. Andrew. Monday, Dec. 3- In office. Tuesday, Dec. 4 - School Mass, St. Paul, Pocahontas, 8:30 AM; School ass, St. Mary, Paragould, 11 AM. Wednesday, Dec. 5 - School Mass, l lessed Sacrament, Jonesboro, 8:15 AM; Visit St. Bernard Regional Medical C enter, Jonesboro, 10:30 AM; Mass and Speak to Catechumenate, St. Theresa Parish, Little Rock, 7 PM. Thursday, Dec. 6 - In office. Friday, Dec. 7 - Visit St. Vincent In- rmary Medical Center, Little Rock, 2 M. Saturday; Dec. 8 - Confirmation, Immaculate Conception, Blytheville, ?PM. Holy Hour announced Little Rock - On Sunday, Dec. 9 at 4 1 I, the fourth Holy Hour for peace Magdalene Elizabeth Lena Timmerman, 91, Altus, died Nov. g. Sons: Joe, Weep, Me, William Eugene, Alix; daughters: Pauline Pennington, Wichita, KS, Rosella Ric::h, St. Vincent, Cecilia Rofkahr, Altus; 27 grandchil- dren; two great-grandchildren. Mary Ida Lux , 99, Fort Smith, died Nov. 16. Daughters: Pauline Ballenger, Fort Smith, Stella Behers, Pittsburgh, PA, Mildred Berry, Leominister, MA; sons: Everett, Paul, Stephen, Clemens J., San Antonio, TX, George, Little Rock, Emil, St. George, UT; 39 grand- children; 79 great-grandchildren; 15 great-great grandchildren. James A. Bass, 60, Little Rock, died Nov. 16. Wife: Mary Metzdorf Bass; sons: Thomas A., Peter Joseph, Michael David, Little Rock; daughters: Catherine Marie Taylor, Debrah Ann Duncan, Mary Patricia Bass, Little Rock; six grandchildren. Joe Leo Laurich, 79, Hot Springs, died Nov. 20. Sister: Mary Anna Chop. Edward Schmitz, 72, Paris, died Nov. 21. Wife: Mary. Kenneth J. Pennebaker, 60, North I.ittle Rock, died Nov. 18. Wife: Patricia A. Gokey Pennebaker; sons: Mark J., North Little Rock, Bryan J., Fort Worth, TX; daughters: Mary, North Little Rock, Laura Eppley, Little Rock; three grand- children. December:. That Christians work in solidarity with the peoples of de- veloping nations to establish a just international economic order. Pope John Paul II's Petition for Prayer like Rosita ($15 month) CHRISTIAN FOUNDATION For CHILDREN & AGIN - YOUR $15 MONTHLY PROVIDES A NEEDY CHILD WITH: NOURISHING FOOD, MEDICAL CARE, the chance to GO TO SCHOOL and HOPE FOR THE FUTURE. YOUR CHILD WILL GROW IN THE DAILY KNOWLEDGE OF GOD'S Makn checks l~Yldfle to: CHRISTIAN FOUNDATION FOR CHILDREN & AGING (CFCA) Member: U.S. Catholic Mission Association * National Catholic Development Conference Catholic Press Association * Financial report available on request CITY STATE ZIP ADDRESS NAME Y E S i would like to share my blessings with a needy child. , A CHILD WHO MOST I would [ik e tb sponsor a" [] boy [--7 girl I--} NEEDS MYHELP. ' l am enclosing D $15 for first morlth D $45 for three months. [] $90 for six months [] $180 for the entire year- I--] I cannot sponsor a child at this time, but I enclose my gift of $ to be used for the EMERGENCYFUND for Children. [--] Please send me more information on sponsoring a child, LIT 12_/2/90 & The concert will last about one hour. reception will foJlow in the parish Everyone is invited. Little Rock - The second annual dvent Concert by the choir of the" 8athedral of St. Andrew will be on Dec. 2 at 7 PM, at the Cathe- , ral of St. Andrew. tl' Dr. Peter Edwards, organist and choir lrector, said, "a nursery will be avail- hle for toddlers and older children Uld enjoy the variety of'music to be I erformed. [Iathedral choir plans Advent Dec. 2 I .-] I I r I 1" CHRISTIAN FOUNDATION FOR CHILDREN & AGING Attn: Robert Hentzen President 13001 Wornall Road P.O. Box 410327 Kansas City, Me 64173-0158 (816) 941-9100 904 ' a, d imploring God's mercy will be held LOVE AND YOUR LOVE. St. John's Catholic Center in Morris ['Iall Chapel. Rev. Thomas Keller, who You too can help children like Rosita and her little brother been called to active duty for Op-" You will receive a photo of your child, description of lose. They live on a mountainside o[Cuatemala. Their house is made of corn stalks with thatched roe[and dirt ration Desert' Shield in Saudi, Arabia, yourchild's country, family history, translated letters, //.. . # per Your concern can make the di erence in the lives of the Hour &quarterly newsletters! chddren hke these. requested monthly Holy r peace be continued during his ab- Sence. Queen of Peace Arkansas, Plus you will receive the personal satisfaction of FORyou canTHEmakeCHILDvisibleWHOGoD'sISLovE.WAITING Onsor of the event, invites everyone helping a child in need. El Salvador, (Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, attend. Costa Rice, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Let the tittle children come unto me. Venezuela, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, -- Mark 10:14 Philippines, India, Kenya, Madagascar).