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! O. ,/ARKANSAS CATHOLIC MEDIA JANUARY 13, 2001 PAGE 13 ' H " Li nvi~ ere is the Catholic Bestsellers List for 6. "Life of the Beloved." HenriJ.M. Nouwen 2. AtHomeWith theWord, YearC." David ( turgyTraining) January 2001, according to the Catholic (Crossroad) ,, Lupik (Liturgy Training) ,, Book Publishers Association. 7. "Here & Now. Henri J.M. Nouwen 3. "Catechism of the Catholic Church." Children and Young People , ia, ,, . (Crossroad) (Doubleday and Our Sunday Visitor) )ole|namcover 8. "That Place Called Home." Mary Ann 'ci 1 .... ' Loguidice (Servant) ,, ~ Lamb s Supper. Scott Hahn (Double- 9. "Catechism of the Catholic Church. (Our =s i^ ,, Sun,, day Visitor) ,, , She Said Yes. Misty Bern, (Plough)10. The Scriptural Rosary, Victor , j 3. Making a Heart for God. Dianne Aprile Hoagland (Regina Press) (SkyLight Paths) lgn. 4. I Like Bein Catholic." Michael Leach Paperback ntri (Doubleday) on$ 5 "" ,, %V2ay ForRwe. Johann Chnstoph Arnold 1. "Workbook for Lectors & Gospel Readers" (Plough)" (RNAB Edition -Year C). Susan E. Myers ,le o elf (Liturgy Training) 4. "Sourcebook for Sundays & Seasons 1. "Where Is God?" Lawrence and Karen 2001." Peter Scagnelli (Liturgy Training) Kushner (SkyLight Paths) 5. "In the Name of Jesus." Henri J.M. 2. "Because Nothing Looks Like God." Law- Nouwen (Crossroad) rence and Karen Kushner (Jewish Lights) 6. "Endangered." Johann Christoph Arnold 3. "Picture Book of Saints." Lawrence (Plough) Lovasik (Catholic Book) 7. "Catholic Book of Prayers." Maurus 4. "Catholic Baby's First Bible." Board Book Fitzgerald (Catholic Book) (Regina Press) 8. "Communion ofthe Sick." (LiturgicalPress) 5. "The True Story of Santa Claus." Paul 9. "Your One-Stop Guide to the Mass." Prokop (Pauline) Fushek and Dodds (Servant) 6. "Day By Day." Thomas McNally (Ave 10. "Catholic Prayers." David Philippart Maria Press) Several Christmas movies for families NEW YORK (CNS) -- The following are classifications of movies recently reviewed by the U.S. Catholic Confer- ence Office for Film and Broadcasting. Morally Offensive "Before Night Falls" (R) "Chocolat" (PG-13) Adults with reservations "The Claim" (R) "Shadow of the Vampire" (R) Traffic" (R) Adults "All the Pretty Horses" (PG-13) "Wes Craven Presents Dracula 2000" (R) ude, Wheres My Car?" (PG-13) ~g Piece" (R) "The Family Man" (PG-13) "State and Main" (R) "What Women Want" (PG-13) Adults and adolescents ~Cast Away" (PG-13) ~rhe House of Mirth" (PG) "Miss Congeniality" (PG-13) "O, Brother, Where Art Thou?" (PG-13) Finding Forrester" (PG-13) "Thirteen Days" (PG-13) General patronage "The Emperor's New Groove" (G) Serlni-precJous stones or freshwater pearls, SeCUrely linked by hand with sterling silver. Custom orders welcome. l)eslgns (501) 771-2797 Center F31zab~,t h Koehler, RSM Sister Lee Ann McNally, RSM 501-280-0955 email: lamrsm 1016@rash.corn website:, 501-664-1680 Frank Watkins, owner tuber of Our Lady of the Holy Souls parish Your opportunity to help a very poor child is much too important to miss. And Christian Foundation for Children and Aging (CFCA), an international Catholic sponsorship program, can show you the affordable way. For $20 a month, just 66 cents a day, you can help provide a poor child at a Catholic mission with food, medical care, and the chance to go to school. (Sponsorship benefits may vary depending on needs.) You can literally change a life[ As a sponsor, you'll feel confident knowing CFCA programs are run by Catholic missionaries deeply com- mitted to the poor. And you're assured that over 85 percent of your contribution is sent directly to your sponsored child's mission program. When you sponsor, you'll receive a photo of your child, information about your child's family and country, letters from your child, and the CFCA newsletter. But, most of all, you'll receive the satisfaction of help- ing a poor child have a better life! And if your budget doesn't allow $20 a month, please don't hesitate to call CFCA toll-free at I (800) 875-6564 for other affordable ways to sponsor a child. Become a sponsor today. You'll be so glad you did! Little Maria lives in a village in Guatemala in a two-room house with a tin roof and dirtfloors. Her father struggles to support the family as a day laborer. Can you help a poor child like Maria? Become a sponsor today! rmm Catholic Child I Sponsorship I I I L-- Yes, I'll help one child: Boy ~ Girl [~ Teenager GI Any inmost I'll contribute: ~a monthly $20 ~ quarterly $60 semi-annually $120 ~ annually $240 "I'm delighted to be a sponsor.., and I invite you to sponsor a child." Archbishop James P. Keleher, Kansas City, Kansas - sponsors Jos6 Mufios of Honduras. m n ~ u m m ~ m u n~n mumim~ Name I 428 I I I Enclosed is my first contribution of $ E-mail I (Make check payable to CFCA.) I LIT 1/01 Send to: | Q I'd prefer to bill my sponsorship payment to my Christian Foundation for I credit card: VISA MC Discover AMEX Children and Aging (CFCA) I Card No. Exp. Date __ P.O. Box 805105 | CHOOSE ONE ~ Charge this time only Q Charge ongoing Kansas City, MO 64180-5105 I I can't sponsor now, but here's my gift of $. or call toll-free 1-800-875-6564I ~1 Please send me more information about sponsorship, I FOUNDED AND DIRECTED BY CATHOLIC LAY PEOPLE Fbtancial report available on request/Donations are U.S. tax-deductible I City/State/Zip Daytime phone ( ~ ) (please print) i need Address , I