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PAGE 4 JANUARY 13,2001 E J ARKANSAS CATHOLIC III SPAGHETTI DINNER: The Knights of Columbus at St. Boniface Church in New Dixie will host a spaghetti dinner from 4- 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 13 in the parish hall. Tickets are $6 for adults, $3.50 for children and free for children under 6. II NEW COUNCIL: St. Albert Parish in Heber Springs recently formed a council for the Knights of Columbus.Council 12778 was the only new council formed for the jubilee year.The council currently has 34 members. State deputy Max Nutt recently presented the council with a charter during an installa- tion of officers. MLK MASS: The 13th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Mass will be held at 4:30 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 13 at the Cathedral of St. Andrew in Little Rock. Music will be provided by the choirs of St. Augustine Church in North Little Rock, St. Peter Church in Pine Bluff and St. Bartholomew Church in Little Rock. During the Mass, the Daniel Rudd Award ~vill be given to a Catholic who has served the black community and the Church. This person was selected by the Diocesan Council for Black Catholics and approved by Bishop J. Peter Sartain. A reception will fol- low in McDonald Hall. For more information, call the Council for Black Catholics at (501) 375-9617. VOCATIONS NIGHT: All teens in eighth through 12th grades are invited to attend a Life Night on religious vocations called 'q'he Rl~al World of Religious Life" from PARISH NEWS State deputy Max Nutt (right) presents Grand Knight Karl Christ with a charter for the Knights of Columbus council In Heber Springs. 5-9 p.m.,Sunday, Jan 14 at Our LadyofGood who have chosen a religious life.The night Counsel Church in Little Rock. The event is begins with pizza in the school cafeteria and sponsored by the parish's Life Teen youth ends with Mass at 7:30 p,m. ministry. Bishop J. Peter Sartain and area priests, HANDCHIME CHOIR: Catholics inter- sisters, brothers and deacons will be special ested in learning how to play handchimes guests. The night will focus on religious are invited to join the choir at the Cathedral vocations and how teens can discern God's of St. Andrew in Little Rock The choir is in plan for their lives.The event will incorporate need of additional musicians. The ensemble skits, a video and small group discussions to practices each Sunday at 4 p.m. and regular- allow teens to get to know the real people ly performs during Mass. Music proficiency is not required, but is beneficial. For more information, call Phil Bordeleau, director of music, at (501) 374-2794. FEAST DAY: Bishop J. Peter Sartain celebrated the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe Dec. 11 by visiting St. Francis of Assisi Church in Forrest City. A dinner was held in honor of Bishop Sartain. Joining him was Father Scott Friend, diocesan director of Hispanic ministry, and officials from the Federal Correctional Institution in Forrest City.They included warden Marvin Morrison, associate warden Hector Ledezma, associate warden Michael Morris, chaplains Beverly Ford and Howard Collier, and chaplain helper Michael Peckham. Others attending included Sisters Maria DiAngeli and Kimberly Prohaska of Helena, and parish council presi- dent Roy Broussard. The group visited the prison to celebrate a candlelight procession and Mass in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe. DAVID NICHOL Joining Bishop J. Peter Sartain for the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Forrest City were Father Ed Graves, Howard Collier, Father Scott Friend, Sister Maxine Vogan (standing, from left), Hector Ledezma, Beverly Ford, Marvin Morrison, FatherTom Marks and Father Bill Thomas. ..... 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