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"""1  H E ( t)K 1t54Aiq,' Ie, EE-h B B R 1"L-' D82 PA7E, '5 00eholarship R CIA Topic o f Liturgists Available Rock - Denise Lynn no, treshman at tile iversity of Dallas at Irving, was tile recipient of a scholarship from the Js Diocesan Council of is the daughter of Sam Peggy Bonno, Prairie A tour-year full-tuiti(m larship, worth $15.000, is being ntlered this year. Uddition to several partial larships. date, requests for up- have come from sections of the state, West Helena, Hot Springs, Hunt- McGehee, Fayetteville. Rudy, Conway, Altus and Cove. If by any chance, a person has riot received an application requested, please repeat the request. The DCCW Scholarship is open to all Catholic seniors in the Diocese of Arkansas, whether attending Catholic or Public Schools. The full-tuilion University ot Dallas Sch(darship includes one semester of study at their Rome Campus during the sophomore year with a three- week stay in Greece. Applications may he ob- tained from Mrs. Mary Albertine, Apartment 1201, Summit House, 500 North Denise Lynn Bonlio University, Little Rock, Ark. 72205, or from Mrs. Edith Flanigan, No. 3 Garfield Circle, Little Rock, Ark. 72205. Advent With Good , Pope Tells Youngsters marks the cycle of preparation to celebrate the birth of Christ. In the main part of the Pope's talk, he reflected upon the sacrament of marriage as treated in St. Paul's first letter to the Corinthians. Marriage "is a sacrament of redemption given to men and women as a gift," he said. The Pope said that married people are called "to a life of chastity...proper to their own state in life" and to a way of life, "according to the 'spirit' and not 'according to the flesh.'" Life according to the spirit, said the Pontiff. implies that a married couple "canremain faithful for life in an in- dissoluble union, and they can discover that true freedom which allows them to be a gift to one another. 'When the couple lives 'according to the spirit,' they place their masculinity and femininity at the service of procreation," said the Pope. "They possess a profound awareness of the sanctity of human life, especially of the human life to which they give origin in their own children as co-operators in the mystery of creation." The Pope directed a special message to several honeymooning couples at the audience. "I entrust today to the most Holy Virgin your ideals and your plans to build your infant family as a 'miniature church.' I accompany you in this, your walk of faith and of charity, with my apostolic blessing," he said. Attending the audience were 32 members of the Congregation of Christian Brothers who are attending a renewal course in Rome. Among them were six Religious from the United States and two from Canada. The Pope mentioned the group specifically and told them that the church "esteems the evangelical and eeclesial consecration that you freely make to Jesus Christ, and she values highly your generous commitment to building up the kingdom of God. "My prayer," added the Pope, "is that you will always find great joy in loving Christ and the church." The Congregation of Christian Brothers, often called the Irish Christian Brothers because they were founded' in Ireland, has 500 members in the United States and administers 25 US. high schools and Iona College in New Rochelle, N.Y. The Pope concluded the audience, as he has done for the last several months, with a prayer for the people in his native Poland. He quoted from a letter he received from Poland. The letter said, "Despi-te our enormous weakness, there remains still the capacity to h)ve, and so our churches are full of prayer and of hope." The Pope did not give the name of the letter writer. "Christ is, constantly, the hope of the world and its expectation," said the Pope. 'That is expressed every year in a special way in tim season of Advent," he said. "This truth reaches all, in particular those who suffer IBore. City (NC) -- Pope 1 1I has urged young during Advent "to with good deeds Christ ,is coming." Pope spoke at his general audience, ,8,000 people in the Audience Hall. Pontiff directed a part the address to the large of students at the who included a from the Rhode Island of Design, saying he during Advent that the Father will stir up in the desire to meet with deeds Christ who is ng. that good works are of "consistency bet- faith and daily life," the invited the youths to "generous charity ard our brothers, those who need our and our aid." those in attendance 300 students at a Rome high school, including a selected as the school's student because educational assistance handicapped studenL The mentioned the prize Carolina Di Pietro, urged other students "to yourselves daily in acts service from the toward your families our contemporaries, in to prepare yourselves hour when you will 1 a society more peaceful woperly ordered." began Nov. 28. It L. Hoyt AGEHT AUTO, LIFE, FIRE ;ALTH INSURANCE Office 753-0834 Home 982-3031 Convert Cites Mother Teresa London (NC) -- Journalist and television personality Malcolm Muggeridge and his wife, Kitty, were received into the Catholic Church recently. In an article inThe Times of London, Muggeridge, who will be 80 next March, attributed his conversion in large part to Mother Teresa of Calcutta, founder of the Missionaries of Charity. In 1968, he produced a television documentary depicting her commitment to the destitute of India. The dbcumentary and a book based on it were both titled "'Something Beautiful for God." "Words cannot convey how beholden I am to her," he wrote in The Times. "She has given me a whole new vision Tulsa, Okla. -- The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults RCIA, 19721 will receive emphasis in the Southwest Liturgical Conference Study Week to be hosted by the Diocese of Tulsa at the Ex- celsior Hotel Jan. 17-20.1983. A speaker on the program is Father Ravmond Kemp, ,Secretary fro: Parish Life and Worship in the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C. He has been active in parish im- plementation of the RCIA since the mid-70's. He has written of his pastoral ex- perience in the Sadlier publication, "A Journey of Faith." In speaking to theologians and professional liturgists in January, 1982, Father Kemp gave this call: "If this generation of adults does not comprehend what the Lord is doing in the catechumenate and in the (baptismal) water, we leaders are to blame. Give us, all of you, a baptismal theology that shows itself in the challenge of the gospel proclaimed and in the celebrations of the liturgical year. Give us an un- derstanding of baptism that grounds us in priesthood, that is the source of our power and our ministry in the Church." Father Kemp speaks with the authority and directness of a practitioner, says Sister Benedicta Boland. "We are very fortunate to benefit from his pastoral expertise in the RCIA. Every(me will be h)uched by h'is honesty and clarily ()1 message." Other specialists in the RCIA emphasis are Dr. Mark Searle frlma tile Notre Dame Center for Pastoral Liturgy. Sister Barbara O'Dea of the Office of Liturgy in Puebh), Colo.. and Father Dr),' Neuman fronl lhe Office of Worship in Houston aqd pastor of St. Plus V parish in Pasedena, Texas. For additional i,dormalion regarding the Tulsa "83 SWLC Study Week. contact Sister Benedicta Boland. Office of Liturgy, P.O. Box 2009, Tulsa. Oklalmma, or phone 918-a87- 3115. NEW YEAR'S.EVE DANCE Friday, Dee. 31 9:00 P.M. to 1:00 A.M. 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