Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church
      Daniel P. Sullivan Council 10208
    Fr. Victor A. Bieberle Assembly 2316

Prayer List

  • Mary Alice Albert (wife of Ron)
  • Susan Aylward (daufhter-in-law of Dan)
  • Pat Billings (wife of decised S/K George )
  • Patti Brandt (wife of Bob)
  • Ruth Brecken (Wife of Dick)
  • Juliette Bubb (daughter of Bill Sparks, sister of Jim Sparks)
  • Azelia Efferson (wife of Joe)
  • Eleanor Favrot (Mother-in-law of Ed Aucoin)
  • Evelyn and Marshal Garrison
  • Mike Garstecki
  • Bob Gieringer (son of Wally)
  • Julie Gill (Sister of John Combes)
  • Patricia Goodson (Wife of Jim)
  • Karen Gremillion (wife of Larry)
  • Steve Hasty (Son-in-Law of Jim Goodson)
  • Frank Heverly (May he rest in peace)
  • Betty Hoepner (wife of Richard)
  • Damian Janush (son of deceased Sir Knight Joe)
  • Georgia Janush (wife of deceased Sir Knight Joe)
  • Billy Jones
  • Fred Jungers
  • Wayne Kapple
  • Cliff & Bernie Kernen
  • Patricia Khuen (wife of deceased Knight James)
  • Eleanor Kirspel (sister-in-law of Chuck MacDonald)
  • Scott Krantz
  • Richard Kroetz
  • Marianne and Al Kuhn
  • Lucine Lakebrink (Wife of Mike)
  • Trey Lucas (grandson of Mike Garstecki)
  • Marcie Margel (wife of deceased Sir Knight John)
  • Jim McDade
  • Mary McDade (Sister of Jim)
  • Elizabeth McGee (daughter of Buddy Dixon)
  • Bob and Betty Mierzwiak
  • Walter Mitchell
  • Kathy Oesterle (Wife of Rolf)
  • Judie Pearson (wife of deceased Sir Knight Tom)
  • Ray Peters
  • Ida Porterfield (wife of Clyde)
  • Dianne Prescott (wife of Don)
  • Bob Rodgers
  • Bill Roe
  • Rich Ronneau (Brother-in-Law of Mike Botkin)
  • Stephan Savage & Family (son of Worthy State Deputy Philip)
  • Albert Sevigny (Cousin of Art Morissette)
  • BK Silvers (wife of Ken)
  • Dorothy Sobczak (wife of deceased Sir Knight Casimer)
  • Molly Spaniel (Daughter of Milt)
  • Jim Staudt
  • Tom and Marge Thornton
  • Marilyn Wietlispach (wife of Carmen)
  • Connie Wilson (wife of Gordon)
  • Eileen Woods (Mother-in-Law of Deacon John Froning, may she rest in peace)
  • Martha Yerina ( Wife of Tom)
  • xxx Yerina (granddaughter of Tom)

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Msgr. Malone embraces Msgr Scott Friend as he is presented papal congratulations
Msgr. Malone embraces Msgr Scott Friend as he is presented papal congratulations
“In an age when so much bad news has been reported about clergy and children, Msgr. Bernard Malone has been the antithesis of such. He has been called by other names, other titles, ‘Msgr. Bernard, Msgr. Barney, Msgr. Senior.’  He has also been called Arkansas’s answer to a leprechaun, (and) he has been called ‘cute’ by far more than I can recall here. 

“But I can tell you that time and time again he has been called a good priest, a wonderful confessor, a spiritual father to many of our seminarians and a humble priest.”

As I was thinking of words to describe Monsignor Malone, I ran across these from his Nephew Fr. Francis Malone and could think of none better.  Many of you know that Monsignor Malone held the first Mass in Hot Springs Village at the Callella Fire Station in 1973, for approximately 15 Village Catholics.  He was that big a part of so many peoples lives here, that he played a major role in Hot Springs Village history.  To many of you, he was a best friend, and someone to look up to as a way to live a life of Christ in this world. 

I felt a need  to write this brief article, because he was such a part of my early life as well.  You see, Monsignor Malone was the first ParIsh Priest that my brothers, sisters and I were around.  Our first real exposure to our Catholic Faith. What better example could anyone get than this wonderful man.  He was my father's best friend, and a true friend of all of my extended family.  As I lost touch with him in my career, what an amazing surprise for me to see him when I moved to Hot Springs Village! 

Monsignor Malone did not treat my family and I in any special way when he was a parish priest at tiny St Mary's Parish in rural Arkansas. It was just the way he treated everyone.  He was an incredible role model for everyone he was ever around, regardless of their age.  The joy of Christ, a joy that surpasses all of the trials of this life, shone forever on his face and in his eyes. 

Monsignor Malone, you will be forever missed.  However, you will be forever in the hearts of all of the thousands of lives that you have touched.  Whenever we raise a glass of wine in toast, let us all remember Monsignor is right there toasting with us.  Forever an example of humility, kindness, and love of others before ourselves.