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H Sunday DAY 16 DAY a December 2: December 9: December 16: Take i wak and enjoy Visit a neighbor who is a Spend extra time with the beauty of nature, shut-ln, someone in your family who heads attention. DAY 2 December 23: Support local or national housing initiatives tor low-income housing. Monday Tuesday DAY 22 DAY 15 December 3: December 10: Stop using alyroloam. Recycle aluminum cans, glass, bottles. DAY 6 DAY 1 December 17: December 24: Collect canned goods for Slow down, pray, and a local pantry or shatter, celebrate together Is a family. DAY 21 DAY 14 DAY 7 December 4: December 11: December 18: Remember in prayer Join or start a car pool Write IQgislatora to sup- [hose who have died in to work or school port an equitable food Central America. and agricultural policy.' Wednesday DAY 20 DAI 13 Thursday Flrdsy Saturday December 5: eecember 12: Recycle your nawspa- Wish your Jewish pars ~d junk mail neighbor a Happy Ha. nukkah. DAY S December 18: Give a warm greeting to people at work or school. DAY 19 DAY 12 DAY 5 December 8: December 13: December 20: Make a lisl of family gilts Read about how Chds~- Turn off water while that you can make.mas Is celebrated in brushing teeth or shay- other cultures. Ing. DAY 18 DAY 11 DAY 4 December 7: December 14: December 21: PearlHarbor Day--Pray Abstain from meat for Help with final holiday for world peace, justice and peace, woparationa at home or parish. DAY 17 DAY1O DAY 3 December 8: Decsmbsr 15: December 22: Celebrate the Immacu. Take public transports- Spend time taking to a tale Conception by at- tion while doing errands, homeless person. tending Mass withyour family. Place this calendar in a prominent place where all members of the family can see it. There is something for everyone. This material was prepared and produced by Susan rR. Stotla, Cam- paign for Human Development, Uniled State8 Catholic CoMer- ence, 3211 Fourth St. N.E., Washing- ton De, 20017- 1194. e=._._ communal penance services announced Communal penance services will be held in the following parishes for your spiritual preparation of Christmas during Advent. Please save this section for your convenience and as a reminder. Arkadelphia Hot Springs North Little Rock St. Mary St. John's Immaculate Heart of Dec. 11, 7 PM Dec. 12, 7 PM Mary Dec. 20, 7 PM Blytheville Hot Springs Village Immaculate Conception Sacred Heart St. 1vIary Dec. 13, 7 PM Dec. 9, 5 PM Dec. 16, 7 PM ROoneville Assumption Church I)ec. 19, 7:30 PM Camden St. Louis Dec. 13, 7 PM Carlisle St. Rose Dec. 24, 4:45 PM Little Rock Paragould Our Lady of Good St. Mary Counsel Dec. 9, 7 PM Dec. 19, 7 PM Our Lady of the Souls Dec. 18, 7 PM Holy St. Bartholomew Dec. 18, 5:50 PM Paris St. Joseph Dec. 23, 4 PM Pine Bluff St. Joseph Dec. 18, 7 PM Crosset Malvern Holy Cross St. John Dec. 19, 7 PM Dec. 11, 7 PM Pocahontas St. Paul Dec. 10, 7 PM Fairfield Bay Mena St. Francis of Assisi St. Agnes Dec. 24, 4-5 PM Dec. 11, 7 PM Praire View St- Meinrad Dec. 23, 4-5 PM Fayetteville Monticello St. Thomas Aquinas St. Mark Dec. 2, 7 PM Dec. 15, 7 PM Scranton St. Ignatius Dec. 23, 5-6 PM Fort Smith Morrilton Immaculate Conception Sacred Heart Dec. 17, 7 PM Dec. 13, 7 PM West Memphis St. Michael Dec. 19, 7 - 9 PM ARKANSAS CATHOLIC DECEMBER 2, 1990 PAGE ! 3 BISHOPS' MEETING AT A GLANCE During their meeting the bishops: Supported warnings to the Bush administra- tion that war with Iraq must come as a last resort, after all po=gihilities for peaceful resolu. ties are exhausted. Endoraeda 185-pagedocumentoneexeduca- tion setting out doctrinal and theological prin. eiples. Rejected a proposal to permit lay people to preside at funerals when there is no priest available. Urged Catholics to renew their commitment to social Justice as they celebrate the 100th an- niversary in 1991 of the papal encyclical "Re. rum Novarum." Promised an even greater commitment to Catholic schools and urged legislative efforts for financial aid to foster choice In education. Passed a pastoral message on substance abuse calling for action from church and ~ciety to dea! with the drug problem. Approved a pas~ral fetter on 500 years of Christianity in the Americas which ecknowl. edges abuses in colonial times but citos the im- pertamco of the faith in the hemisphere. Approved a new, optional national collection for the church in Eastern Europe. Rejected a proposal to divert a portion of the existing national collection for Latin America to U.S. Hispanic needs. 40th GENERAL MEETING e I s. o v s Nov. 12-15 Washington Be a Knight today. You can do more for your church, community and J'KKa fellow man as a Knight ~~ of Columbus. Enjoy the challenges, satisfaction and security of membership in the world's most dynamic Catholic fraternal organization. Be a Knight today ! J Join the Knights of Columbus... ] I Director, JIM ZYDZIK- 23 Ridgeux~d Russellvflle, AR 7280 I. Name Address TeL# KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS ~tu>lCc Family, Fratenud ~rvice Or&anlm~ Marjorle }hrao=~r. C.R.S. Olin Wahrmmd MemberJ d St. Tlmnaa's Pariah Free Market Analysis 6624 Forbing Rd., LR72.209 (1/2 BIk west of Univave) 10% Promotions 2% I [Administration Grants/Women ] ,E O Take a close look at Sister Edith. She represents all the women and men religious who patiently comforted you, and taught you, and saw you through your early years. Once you depended on them. Now they are turning to you. Please give to the Retirement Fund for Religious this year. D FOR KEL!GIOUS Collection dates: December 8 & 9 L