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16 The Prospector CINDERELLA continued from page 1 Curdkin (Aaron Delman), two arrogant and bumbling courtiers. The lack of magic in the Performing Arts Center was successfully circumvented and while there were no mice, a carriage did appear to take Cinderella to the ball. And of course, they all lived happily ever after. In keeping with Carroll theater tradition, \Cinderella\ was performed for elementary school students. These second graders' discriminating tastes leave Carroll actors with big glass slippers to fill. \I liked it when the Evil step sisters hit and kicked those guys\ wrote one second grader in their thank you note. \I had so much fun at the end, it was exciting,” wrote another. CONFESSION continued from page 15 While these are the minimal requisites, the Church encourages frequent and regular reception of the sacrament. (CCC 1458) Many who confess regularly testify that in addition to the graces received in the sacrament it also helps them to be a better person, which is why many physiologists recom­ mend that their Catholic patients go to confession, there can be emotional and psychological as well as spiritual healing in this beautiful mystery that Christ left to the Church. The sacrament of reconciliation is celebrated on campus Wednesday nights from 8:45- 9:15pm and Sunday nights from 8:15-8:45pm and once a month at Vigil Praise. Confessions are also heard at the Cathedral on Saturday after­ noons from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Also, students should feel free to approach any priest on campus to set up a time for confession. STUDENT LIFE continued from page 1 POPE SCOPE Dining Services to create more options for student meal plans. Hardwick was pleased with the preliminary proposal that Gary Coyle, Dining Services Manager, presented him with. “We still need to crunch the numbers, but this looks good to me. I think that students would be pleased with this plan,” he says. The proposal extends the hours of operation of The Marketplace so that the times it is open would be more continuous, and late night din­ ner dinner would begin at 7:30 instead of at 9:00. The proposal also creates three meal plans for freshmen and sophomore students with each plan containing two options, and four meal plan options to upper- class students. Freshmen and sophomores will have the option of either unlimited access meal plans, ‘time-zone’ meal plans where students have meal access time frames, or block meal plans where the student can choose between 125 and 200 meals a semester. All options will still have flex dollars that can be used at any of the coffee shops on campus and Pizza Hut. Junior and senior options will be similar to what they are now with block meal plans of 110 and 64 meals a semester, but they will also have two additional options. The first allows students to purchase 25 meals a semester (with $365 flex points). The second allows students to just put flex dollars on their account. This money can be used to buy meals, at coffee shops on campus and at Pizza Hut. These changes are the result of student feedback. Hardwick said a decision on the plan will be coming soon. BRUCE PARKER continued from page 10 said Parker. This year the Saints Volleyball team won the league's post-season title and finished the season ranked 13th in the NAIA national poll. Carroll's football program continues its suceess, again winning the Frontier Conference Championship, is currently 12-0, ranked number one nationally again this year and is moving into the semi-final game against the University of Sioux Falls which will be held on Saturday at Nelson Stadium. \As an Athletic Director, it would be really difficult to be successful if you did not have the backing of senior administrative staff. President Trebon and Vice President of Student Life, Jim Hardwick are tremen­ dous supporters of what we do, which plays a very important role in the success of our Athletic Department as a whole,\ says Parker. \I am very pleased and excited for Bruce Parker\ said Trebon. The Carroll community is proud of our athletic programs and the success we are experiencing. Being recognized with this award honors Bruce's ded­ ication over the past few years. Bruce provides strong leadership for Carroll's athletic programs, which emphasize academics and athletics. Bruce is quick to acknowledge that his work is a collaboration of coach's, athletes, and administrators.\ \This honor is as much about who Bruce is as a person as to what he has accomplished as the Athletic Director at Carroll,\ said Hardwick. \His enthusiasm, passion for sports and devotion to offering our student athletes a quality experience at Carroll combine well with his profes­ sionalism, high standards and expectations and eagerness to motivate others to support Carroll Athletics and Carroll College.\ Parker will accept the Athletics Director of the Year award at the 2006 NAIA National Convention on April 9th in San Diego, Calif. continued from page 14 about the real presence of the Risen Christ.\ This means that when we cele­ brate the Eucharist, we actually share in Jesus’ Risen Body and Blood, which are given to us under the signs of bread and wine. As a challenge to the world to live the mystery of the Eucharist the synod Fathers, in this document put forth messages to various groups, among them was a mes­ sage to the young adults of today: \We have great trust in your capacity and your desire to devel­ op the positive values in the world, and to change what is unjust and violent. Please count upon our support and our prayer so that we may together accept the challenge to build the future with Christ\. Among the joy that was cele­ brated in this gathering, there was also sadness present, due to four empty seats that were to be occu­ pied by four Chinese bishops. The People's Republic of China informed the synod fathers that these bishops would be unable to attend. A few weeks later, on November 8 the Chinese govern­ ment would take into custody Bishop Jia Zhiguo of the Zhengding diocese, who at age 70 has spent over 20 years in prison for refusing to join the \Catholic Patriotic Association\ an entity run by the communist govern­ ment. The Holy Father began the month of November with a trip to Iraq. On November 10. Benedict met privately with Iraqi President Jalal Talabani. After this meeting he met with the bishops of Iraq in a special synod called by His Beatitude, Patriarch Emmanuel III Delly, who is the leader of the Chaldeans, the Christian commu­ nity in Iraq which dates back to the earliest years of the Church and today has 500,000 members. Officials from the Roman Curia have expressed a concern on behalf of the Holy Father for the rights of Christians in Iraq. The focus of the Pope's weekly audience has been reflections on the Psalms. On Wednesday November 9, in a reflection on Psalm 135, the Pontiff called to mind the revelation of God's cre­ ation, \There exists, therefore, a divine message secretly inscribed in creation, a sign of the loving faithfulness of God, Who gives his creatures being and life.\ Looking for articles about Justice Issues and Actions The article must contain: -About 500 words or less - the empowerment o f the poor to change unjust systems rather than on direct charity - examples o f real world stuff - show the basis for things by, perhaps, using some quotes from e.g., Bishops 'pastorals, Vatican documents or news, or CCHD handouts. It is not, however, meant to be a theological paper. -an end with actions for others to take Please send articles to: Mary Beth Jager at Friday, December 2, 2005 VOLUME 89, NO. 3

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