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00e's Meditations inted in Booklet THE GUARDIAN. DECEMBER 17,, 198,2 II Court Upholds fork--The publication The meditations were Y of the Cross -- adapted to devotional use by arts of Pope John Jesuit Father'Thurston Davis, has been announced who edited the booklet. inal Terence Cooke, Father Davis, former editor of New York and of "America" magazine, is t of the Catholic Near director of The John LaFarge the Institute, New York City. tof the booklet. In addition to the tion date, Dec. meditations for the 14 of St. John of Stations of the Cross, in- known for his troductory and closing on mysticism and reflections of the Holy Father, including an excerpt from his Cooke said the Encyclical on the Mercy of of the Holy God, stimulate an awareness s meditations of the relation of the Passion an apostolic effort to the Last Supper and to alate among large Christ's Resurrection and of the faithful Ascension. to the Way A recent portrait of the Pontiff in prayerful to the Way of the meditation by Karsh of Ot- been a Christian tawa accompanies the Pope's since the 12th cen- introductory message to the emphasizes the reader. as "the basis of For more- information, mission and of write: Catholic Near East (Redemptor Welfare Association, 1011 )' First Avenue, New York, N.Y. Near East 10022. Association is the of the Holy Father the work of Churches, those in the Holy Fort Smith--"Insight" tells and unique a poignant Christmas story with a twist in "White Star of a fresh ap- an age-old Church Garage," airing Dec. 24 at 5 undertaken with P.M. on KFSM-TV, Channel 5. approbation of This Chrismas story Paul II. The presents Jose Lopez (Fausto Carries the Pope's Bara) as an itinerant car- tten prayer "for penter whose cynicism is on all who seek sharpened by a disastrous )ages of this book Christmas Eve. His one love the Passion of Jesus is his expectant wife, Maria (Christine Avila). Pope's concise Jose and Maria find are adapted from themselves refugees in a city retreat given at of cald, indifferent hearts. in 1976 by then Jose finds the White Star Wojtyla. The Garage in a snowstorm. are nourished by There he meets an elderly wide scholarship mechanic (Elisha Cook). The rooted in Sacred Each biblical has an adjacent the reading A bortion Ruling New Albany, Ind. (NC) -- An Indiana law requiring physicians to notify the parents of girls under age 18 before they can have abor- tions has been upheld by a federal district court judge in New Albany. The law was challenged by Planned Parenthood and two gynecologists on the grounds it violated patient-physician confidentialitY and was un- constitutional. Under the law, it is a felony for a doctor to perform an abortion on a girl under age 18; offenders face punishment of up to eight years in jail and $10,000 in fines. The law does not apply to abortions on girls under age 18 who are married or living on their own. U.S. District Court Judge Cale Holder ruled that the law is constitutional and does not violate a right of privacy. He suggested that involving parents in teen-age abortion situations is a good idea. Xmas Story Slated labor and Jose must confront his hardened distrust and seek help. A half-hour program, "White Star Garage" was written by Josef Anderson. Directed by Ralph Senensky, the program was produced by Mike Rhodes and Terry Sweeney, S.J. Ellwood.E. Kieser, C.S.P., is executive producer of "Insight." DIES AT 72 San Francisco (NC) -- A day after his 72nd birthday, Adolph Penebsky of San Francisco died in his home. twist comes from the mystery Penebsky was the father of of the man's identity. He just the editor of The Monitor, might be more than a archdiocesan newspaper of mechanic, butwhat? San Francisco, Father John Maria begins a difficult P. Penebsky. The Center JFK BIvd.-Lakehill Shopping Center, North Little Rock :/ on his way with a sleighful of wishes for you, plus a hearty "Thank you" from us, tool GIVE A GIFT OF COMFORT VISA MASTER CHARGE LADIES SHOES MEN'S SHOES TENNIS SHOES All brands HANDBAGS HOUSE SLIPPERS For the entire family A.M.- 6 P.M. thru SAT. PAGE 11 )t00igrants Need Assistance Little Rock -- "Several recent events call for a prayerful, honest look at migrant food-farm workers' lives, in general and in Arkansas," officials in the Diocesan Office of Justice and Peace said. Sometime ago, a young Jesuit priest with a Ph.D. in philosophy was moved to say that he could never again preach on the Good Samaritan until he himself served in a way not unlike that of the Good Samaritan. He concluded that migrant workers are the most robbed, beaten, discarded group in the U.S. and he offered to spend two years ministering with them. Closer to home, the Arkansas Gazette Parade cover story (10-10-82) sur- veyed the miserable and oppressed life of many migrants. In DeQueen recently, a group of workers were picked up in a raid and shipped back to Mexico. Their labor had contributed to the financial stability of the area, but it had not gained them consideration or protection. A trial was held in Warren, Ark., Nov. 3-4, charging some of the tomato growers with threatening the life of one of the Catholic migrant ministers, Brother Larry Engel. In their own defense, they charged over and over again that Brother Larry had ceased to minister and was meddling by overstepping his religious bounds by going on the growers' land to assist a migrant worker who wanted to leave. As reported in the Arkansas Democrat (11-7-82), to show support for Brother Larry, Father Joseph H. Blitz of the Diocesan Justice and Peace Office went to the trial two days in succession. Father Biltz said that Brother Larry was part of the church's world-wide program working with the migrant workers who are, he noted, "the poorest of the poor in the world." Father Blitz told the court that Catholic missionaries are not limited to conducting religious services for the workers, "they are supposed to be concerned with the total human condition." For one of the few times during the trial, the audience was quiet, ap- parently stunned at the statements. Father Biltz said that Brother Larry "has an obligation to help the migrant workers even in areas of civil rights and human dignity." In Central America, anyone who works to help the peasants know their own dignity and act for freedom may be tortured and killed. Many church persons, lay, religious and clergy have been murdered for serving the poor. "Civil rights and human dignity are a first concern of those who follow Christ," Father Biltz said. "In this country, migrant workers show the Suffering Face of Christ. Christians can be like Veronica, wipe His Face and comfort Him by assisting farm workers to a more human, fuller life," he concluded. "I have come that they may have life and have it fully." (John 10:10) Opus Dei Personal Prelature Vatican City (NC) -- Pope John Paul II formalized the three-month-old decision to make Opus Dei a personal prelature and named 68-year- old Msgr. Alvaro del Portillo its first prelate. The papal move, first announced Aug. 23 by the Vatican Press Office, means that the international Catholic organization of priests and laity will be guided by the prelate in matters of formation and apostolate but will remain under the direction of local bishops in other aspects of its activities. ,l, Dilhrd's Dillaf'd's Gift FieldcVest's E.T. 0tttbw q31anlLet Stay warm with an E.T. throw blanket 1 A 99 by Fieldcrest! Machine washable, in JL acrylic-polyester nylon binding. Treat  ed to reduce shedding & peeling. Blue. Blankets - DIL LARD'S Metrocentre, Park Plaza, McCain Mall Hot Springs Fayetteville, Pine Bluff Jonesboro OPEN MONDAY ehr,,,h SATURDAY 10,o 10..., C.,,.tm. t,,. OPEN SUNDAYS I to  mroush Oecember : MeboentJr Open 9 to S: W M4ody through