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ARKANSAS CATHOLIC DECEMBER 9, 1990 PAGE 11 ~r, iJ "Bath Hous, e," from page 1 , but lets the audience know his faith is "Toussaint," from page 1 person." ater didn t dampen the Wilkins en- important to him. "We pray together female. Because Toussaint symbolizes con- usiasm They remodeled and contin- before every performance," he says The search then began at a plot cern for the human person, the car- d on. . . Wilkins also believes performers en- marked as that of Toussaint's niece, and dinal said, he would bring the skeleton " " joy having an "outlet for talented people a skeleton exhumed was identified as to St. Patrick's Cathedral, and place it to display their talents in a clean atmo- that of an older black male. But positive in the crypt where deceased archbish- sphere." The group is expanding its identification was delayed to allow more ops are buried. efforts in other directions, starting a detailed examination. school of performing arts this fall. Kim If Toussaint is canonized, the cardi- Whatley, one of the singers, serves as nil said, it will be "a wonderful thing" A voice ri& OUt" dean of the school. In addition, a re- for New York. He said the city was cording studio is being constructed on currently suffering from a psychological [rt the esgrt the upper floor of the building, where - not merely economic depression, and prepare the way of the LorKt the group will record more albums asthe canonization would "restore someMake straight in the waste[and well as making the studio available to pride to the city." others. The cardinal also said canonization a highway for our God! Friendly staff, a clean atmosphere would be good for the Church and for and an excellent performance providethe, black community. j lirett Hackler, music director for the all the ingredients for a most enjoyable But it will be a tragedy if we fail to | Show, says they make their musical ar- family outing. Ticket information and recognize the reason for our interest in ] rangements as true to the original re- performance dates can be obtained byPierre Toussamt," "whsch," he said, came ] ~dings as possible. Music is cyclical, calling 623-1415. . about not merely because Toussaint was ] Y Hackler, adding, We hope we re (Nancy Woods writes from Benton.) black or because he had a dramatic i oa the front wave of something Gem- experience as a Haitian slave who se- } lag back." cured his freedom, but because of his | The Wilkins have two daughters, . 1] holiness. ,e ParLsh secretaries: "In ..... t'lerre loussalnt, we have an I Vere gems to do every IIRern6mber to send a copy // .,$ example,ofa man who didn't care what --] hristmas song ever written II of your parish bulletin I/ was, what anybody's i]bu }-tt three''' II to 1/ color was," O'Connor said. Emphasizing again what has been Parish News one of the cardinal's most frequent IMarcy, four and a half, and Katy, two. I] P.O. Box 7417 l] themes, he said the fundamental evil confronting New Yorkers, deeper than nursing care. Could have other daytime ' " ]l Little Rock, 72217 /I Companion foractivewidowina0's. No | "We don t want to say or do anything ly ]that might be offensive to the family," i___ ...... j such problems as racism and drug job. Private room and bath.R0om, board 0 j says Wilkins, adding that there are many , ]tllildren in summer audiences, abuse, was "contempt for the human and salary. Prefer Christian lady 40's- 60's. References required. 664,8444 or ! The troupe perform w ekiy on Fri- Y'- 663-7650, Little Rock. ,4 | tidy and Saturday nights, with additional l erformances by special arrangement A R D ' ~rduring peak tourist seasons. Wilkins Two bedroom' brick home with carport, rays the group receives many offers to fenced yard, covered patio in low $40's near Vel, and considers them on a case by St. Mary's in NLR. Phone 835-6672. 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