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00ath T.E OOARO.A. OECEMBER,7 ,982 PAOE9 " hillg olic Social Services Now Matc Donors With Needy Families Rock -- There are inflation decreasetheamount food and other emergency The Helping Hand matches agencies which provide help ecumenical projects around of people in of help available to them. At assistance to families in need. supporting families with to those in need and which the state which need needing help this the same time, private non- Donations of food, clothing, needing families and can need assistance to do that assistance and would ap- Sister Cecelia Ann profit sources of assistance furniture, appliances, money assist in determining what the include St. Augustine Center preciate Christmas gifts S.C.N., Director of the are obtaining fewer and and time are sought family does need that the and the West Little Rock include the Community Social Services smaller donations and are not throughout theyear, supporting family is able to Health Clinic. Further in- Rescue Mission, St. John's said. able to assist to the extent During the Christmas provide. For more in- formation can be obtained Center and In His Name, allin they have in the past. The help season, the center also is formation, look in the through contacting one of the Fort Smith, Operation ment in the of all able people is needed, sponsoring a "Share Your vestibule of Pulaski County two agencies or Catholic Blessing in Fayetteville and percent, The Christmas season is an Christmas" program. Churches during December or Social Services, 2415 North the Delta Maternity Center in ons. The number especially appropriate time to Through this program, call Sister Annella Willett, Tyler Street, Little Rock, Dermott. They may be con- and individuals provide that help," sheadded, families who can give meet O.S.B., at The Helping Hand, Arkansas 72207 (telephone tacted locally or Sister public assistance In Pulaski County, The families who need help and 758-0909. 664-0340). Cecelia Ann will give in- Helping Hand (formerly the provide them with a Christ- Other Pulaski County Other Catholic or formation. to grow daily, while tions in funding, Catholic Social Services mas gift of food, clothing, toys ening of federal Center) at l12 East 24th Street and-or whatever the family ility regulations and in North Little Rock provides needs. 00suit Vocations Increasing Intensive Screening Orleans, La. -- En- the priesthood may' a romantic or old- notion to some, but business to Father Buddendorff, S. J., director of the New Province of the of Jesus. Frank's S Years In the Location 5903 "R" St. 666=9293 In The Heights Center Irishman" RX Filled As vocation director for the Jesuits in the South, Father Buddendorff talks with young men in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, Texas, Florida, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee and New Mexico -- men who are interested in a lifetime commitment to serving God and their com- munities. The number of men en- tering the order seems to be on the upswing these days, the Jesuit says. The average applicant is in his early - to mid-20's, has a college degree and comes from a middle class, strongly religious background. "The average applicant is older than he used to be," Father Buddendorff says. Some applicants have master's degrees or Ph.D's. All applicants must go through the same, thorough screening process. This in- volves first a visit by either Father Buddendorff or a Jesuit in the candidate's town. Psychological testing follows, along with written evaluation by references and three interviews with Jesuits. If the Provincial accepts the candidate, the noviceship begins: two years of prayer, work and study learning the traditions, rules and ex- in... For... AMOND LIQUORS ie Exit - Highway 67 North WE would like to wish all our customers and friends a Very pectations of the Society of Jesus. "We are kind of par- ticular about who gets in," Father Buddendorff says of this extensive application process. Later will come years of more study and training in philosophy and theology before final vows are taken. But before that, associates - - men in the noviceship -- are given the chance to "get to know the Jesuit way of life," Father Buddendorff explains. "It gives them time to grow socially, to understand what the vows (of poverty, chastity and obedience) mean. "We live in a different world today," the vocation director says. "A lot more is demanded of them on the inside. These men are acting out of inner conviction." During their training period, the associates -- 35 in the New Orleans Province this year -- attend several retreats and do a lot of traveling: experiments designed to see how well the men work with people, Father Buddendorff says. At the end of the two-year period, the first vows are taken. The Jesuit worked as vocation director for 10 years before taking a sabbatical in 1977. Now he is back, heavily involved in the work he calls "very challenging." Anyone interested in learning more about entering the Society of Jesus can contact Father Buddendorff at Loyola University, 6363 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70118. Ill -- Hierarchy Meet , To Be Cablecast Little Rock -- The Riverside Cable Company of Little Rock will cableeast sometime in January a one-hour program on the recent three-day meeting of the U.S. Catholic hierarchy in Washington. Dr. Lynn Wahl, executive director of the Inter-Faith Cable Committee, said the schedule for the video-taped program will not be worked out until after Christmas. The special program was produced by the Catholic Telecommunications Net- work of America. Arrangements are being made for His Excellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald of Little Rock to introduce the Blessed Christmas & local cablecast. Holiday Season. -J] NAMED OFFICER New York (NC) -- Vi Collins ' IL; O.i t R  CO of Bethesda, Md., has been [,,,Jq,0U _.H, [, appointed by Mother Teresa i22CAi24'0 . , I f Calcutta as the ''naunal S J J13 link" in the United States of k: DAV , the International Association of Co-Workers of Mother Teresa. AARON ROSS Owner Sir Loin00 STEAK HOUSE and RED COAT TAVERN ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED YES! WE'RE THE ONLY STEAK HOUSE THAT HAS SHRIMP ON THE SALAD BAR! ii Three blocks west of the North Little Rock Holiday Inn. OPEN: 5:30 to 10:00 P.M., MON.0 thru THURS. 5:30 to 10:30 P.M., FRL & SAT. I ddmas 00rcet,'n I I e'-, i