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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 3, 1982 What's Happening Here and There Around the Diocese LITTLE ROCK -- NORTH LITTLE ROCK-A Benediction of the Blessed Spaghetti Dinner, sponsored Sacrament, a Scriptural by the Immaculate Heart of Rosary and Saturday Mary Altar Society, will be Devotion to the Blessed served in the parish hall Mother will be held after the Saturday, Dec. 4, from 4 to 7 12:05 P.M. Mass at St. An- P.M. Prices are $4 for adults drew's Cathedral Saturday, and $2 for children. Dec. 4. STEVE PINTER CENTURY 21 PRO REALTY 9020 Chicot Road 568-3939 888-2913 Office Home YQRKWOOD, S.W. Little Rock - Southwest Little Rock's finest area. Sharp 3 BR, 2 baths, den and living room. WBFP. DoubLe garage. On large corner lot. Pool and tennis 3 blocks away. Assume 8:%% non- escalating loan. $422.00 a month. Only $59,900. JOE DOLAN Insuratnce Agency "Mr. Insurance" All Lines of Insurance (501) 842-2431 England, Ark. Jim Uenhart Any size Bus available from school bus to luxur air conditioned coaches. HOUSTON-BIGELOW BUS LINES ARROW COACH LINES LITTLE ROCK -- The Spanish Mass at St. John's Center, 2500 North Tyler Street, will be offered at 2 P.M. instead of 12 Noon, Sunday, Dec. 5. Religious instructions for all age groups will follow the Mass. Edward t. Hoyt AGENT AUTO. LIFE, FIRE AND HEALTH INSURANCE Office 753-0834 Home 982-3031 2715 W. 10th 666-9891 II CAMP ROBINSON AND REMOUNT RD5. Sponsored By: St. Anne's Youth 00Pebg Bros. Supply Co., Iw, c. Food Service Equipment and Supplies for eSCHOOLSeRESTAURAHTSeCLUBSe HOTELS eHOSPITALS AND INSTITUTIONS 1501 Westpark - Space 2 Little Rock, Ark. 72204 P.O. Box 1299 722O3 Phone 664-5233 FORT SMITH -- Search V, for high school juniors and seniors, will be held Friday through Sunday, Dec. 10-12, at St. Scholastica Convent. For more information, contact Bill or Janet Ayers at 782-2444 or Father Jack Harris at 783- 7963. LITTLE ROCK -- The Secular Carmelites of Ann of St. Bartholomew will meet at the home of AI and Grace Wrape, 1006 North Monroe, Saturday, Dec. 11, for their annual Christmas Party. Spiritual Advisor Father John Michael Payne, O.C.D., will celebrate Mass at 11 A.M. Members will bring gifts for a Baby Shower for Birthright. The dinner will be pot-luck. All are asked to bring a covered dish. NORTH LITTLE ROCK - Kathryn Hickerson, St. Mary's School, took first place in the National Family Week Poster Contest spon- sored at the Community Center here by the Family Service Agency of Central Arkansas. Second place in the contest for 7th, 8th and 9th grade students in local schools went to Kirk Green, St. Patrick's School. LITT'LE ROCK -- The Parent Center needs baby- sitters, an office assistant and a computer up-date worker. For more information, call 372-7540. Friends, Single Se t Slate Little Rock -- The Friends and Single Club, a group of unmarried Christians 21 years of age or more, will open December activities Saturday, Dec. 4, with a listening party of the Arkansas-Texas football game at the Mark Billedeau residence, 4019 Pine Cove Drive, at 2:30P.M. On Friday, Dec. 10, the group will meet at the University of "Arkansas at Little Rock for the Christmas Planetarium Show at 7 P.M. ($1.50 per person). The following day, a holiday gift wrapping and card ad- dressing party will be held at Mary Elizabeth Drilling's residence, 5912 "B" Street, at 7P.M. A very important meeting is scheduled Sunday, Dec. 2, at 6:30 P.M. at Holy Souls (west wing of the old church) for the election of officers and to plan the January calendar. On Saturday, Dec. 18, a Christ- mas Party is slated at Cathy and Richard Drilling's home, 5521 Western Hill at 7:30 P.M. The group will meet at Holy Souls at 6 P.M. Sunday, Dec. 19, to go Christmas caroling. Refreshments will follow at the residence of Pete and Cindy Stabnick, 5613 'T' Street. Monday, Dec. 27, is the deadline for paying reser- vations for a New Year's Party Dec. 31 in the Old Paris Season Continued from Pg. 3 Christmas morning Mass, the tale is told of the shepherds. Later in the day, all this lovely story-telling gives way to John's Gospel where the evangelist tries valiantly to grasp the larger meaning: "In the beginning was the Word." EACH OF us hears a bit of this: And it is enough for the day. But that is exactly why Christmas makes itself into a season. We need time to savor what we have believed, to see it from some other sides, to find, with each" Christ- mastime, ourselves within it. On the Sunday after Christmas, Dec 26 this year, we tell of the child found in the temple. On Dec. 28, the story is back to Bethlehem to remember Herod's slaughter of the children. OUR NEW Year's Day is an ancient feast called "Mary, Mother of God." Then we tell how .Mary kept all these things in her heart and treasured them. In the United States, Epiphany is celebrated on the next Sunday. We know what story to expect, the Magi, but we also hear hints of what will be told more fully in a week, Jesus' baptism by John. In 1983, we have the bap- tism followed Jan. 16 by another epiphany story, the water made into wine at Cana. AN ANCIENT chant bound all these epiphany stories together: "Today the bridegroom claims his bride, the church, since Christ has washed her sins away in Jordan's water; the Magi hasten with their gifts to the royal wedding; and the wedding guests rejoice, for Christ has changed water into wine!" Did someone get the stories mixed up? Or is this what we really mean by epiphany? There is no logic, no pretense at history or biography in all this season. Rather, at the time of the winter solstice, when the going can be grim, the church gathers us around a great story of God-with-us, Em- manuel. The story needs many days to unfold. It is anything but sentiment. ADVENT'S consciousness Room, Sam Peck Hotel, Capitol and Gaines Street, at 7:30 P.M. There will be a dinner and dance with a $15 per person cost. Liturgy Conclave Slated at Tulsa Tulsa, Okla. - The 21st annual Southwest Liturgical Conference will be held here Monday through Thursday, Jan. 17-20, with the theme, "Church: A People Sent." There will be eight speakers. Cost for the full conference will be $50 before Dee. 15 and $60 thereafter. Reservations may be made by sending a check payable to: SWLC '83 Study Week, P.O. Box 2009, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74101, phone -- 918-587-3115. Hotel reservations may be made with the Tulsa Ex- celsior Hotel, 616 West 7th Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74127, phone 918-587-8000. of the great terror and anguish and waiting of the world demands we tell a true story. It is a poor birth among animals made known to bottom-ranked shepherds. John tells us from the start: "The world did not know who he was." Old Simeon warns the parents of a soul-piercing sword and infants and tod- dlers pay with their lives in sweet Bethlehem. It was no easy birth. The many day's, of the Christmas festival would have us face how Herod-like is our world, how hard it is to admit a messiah who belongs to the poor and the oppressed. YET FROM Christmas to Epiphany and beyond, we learn how to praise and give thanks for such a savior. We need to give ourselves the time: to keep the tree and its story-telling decorations; to read over and over the early chapters of Matthew and Luke and the prologue to John's Gospel; to sing carols and Christmas hymns; to prolong the exchange of gifts by giving to those around us our time (for once-a-year adventures and just for listening so we get to know spouses and children again). Christmas just begins Dec. 25! ( 1982 NC News Service Recent Deaths (Information for this column is prepared from data fur- nished by the families of the deceased, their pastors or funeral directors.) IRENE M. CONNER, 87, 2229 North Carroll Boulevard, Denton, Texas. Daughter, Cletice Gillsy. EDWARD T. JONES, 64, 605 Sixth Street, Barling, Nov. 3, 1982, Wife, Dorothy Siebold Jones; sons, Thomas, Raymond; daughters, Betty Jones, Evelyn Lenhardt, Diann Gavin, Theresa Spain, Debbie Ruth. MISS SHELLY KISTLER, 19, Route 2, Fort Smith, Nov. 22, 1982. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Kistler; sister, Julia Kistler; brother, Brian JOSEPH JOHN NAPOLITANO, 64, 20th and Williams Streets, No. 8, Van Buren, Nov. 23, 1982. Sons, Charles J., Richard T., Kenneth A. Two Receive Denver (NC) -- Two were sentenced to six in prison for forging merit passes and at the Rocky Flats, nuclear weapons plant. U.S. District Jud Weinshienk sentenced Patricia Mahone: member of the Sisters l Blessed Virgin Mary Franciscan Sister Ann Nard to five years in then suspended all months of that. The to spend another two probation. Sister Mahoney, works at the Catholic soup kitchen in Sister Nard, 37, who the Pike's Peak Peace Committee in Springs, Colo., were victed in U.S. District in Denver of trespassing for plant security and forgery for employee cards. Veterans of war campaigns, the convicted after a cident in which they black flag labeled Factory" at Rocky Rockwell Internat makes plutonium tril nuclear weapons at the They were the first Flats protesters to get the plant. cluding Sister Sister Nard, have arrested during rallies outside the They also will be first Rocky Flats to go to jail. In the cases have been dismr defendants have placed on probation. Several dozen spectators were on the sentencing, saying the Lord's quietly before the began. After the sentencing, Nord was asked if she regrets about her answered, "None at even clearer after happened today that # to do these things." The two women ma trial statements they feel are the nuclear weapons, judge ruled out defense at the trial BISHOPS RESIGN Washington (NC) -- Pope John Paul II has accepted the resignations of Bishop Ed- ward J. Herrmann, 68, of Columbus, Ohio, and Auxiliary Bishop John J. Dougberty, 75, of Newark, N.J 2005 g/et Benton. FURNITURE RCA COLOR TRACK ]b o Z C c 14E ]R Ir 2GGEGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGI [] Come... Taste and Tour Cowie Wine Cellars i Gift Boxes are Available Knights of Columbus Insurance L ire Russ AnzalO. Medical Phone SO 1-646 "2Na" Travel Rt S, Box 6 I-I Business Ft Smith AR LEATHER BOTTLE. INC. ' 1505 REBSAMEN PARK ROAD LITTLE ROCK. AR 72202 PHONE 664.6444 TRIFLES RESTAURANT OWNERS 405 WEST 7TH STREET PHIL FARRELL PHONE 372 3867 GERALD NESBITT We 10 Caterittil Open Sundays for Lunch and Dinner