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9,1998 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Please pray for these departed December 9. 63 St. Ferdi- Lber 3. erome H. 80, St. Peter 17. Virginia Rose 79, 23. Michael j., 22, Res- EVansville, Decem- 86, Sacred 14. Aaron, 67, St. St, Anthony, Decem- JOseph R., 84, St. December 9. Dennis, 74, Pre- , Jasper, December 6. Fran- s, Decem- Egbert, Scott B., 19, St. Boni- face, Evansville, December 22. Esmeier, Lutie, 83, St. Joseph, Jasper, December 16. Gochenour, Vivian Hudson Underhill, 89, Sacred Heart, Evansville, December 16. Grider, Dorothy, 90, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, December 8. Hassler, Fred Jr., 78, Corpus Christi, December 6. Hess, Marie, 91, St. Francis Xavier, Vincennes, December 21. Hohl, Jerome, 72, St. Mary, Huntingburg, December 17. Hopster, Anthony J., 70, St. Joseph, Jasper, December I4. Jackson, Woodrow, 83, Good Shepherd, Evansville, Decem- ber 18. Jung, Margaret M., 51, Resur- rection, Evansville, December 11. Kerstiens, Cletus, 83, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, Decem- ber 18. Koressel, Lawrence B., 90, Cor- pus Christi, Evansville, Decem- ber 26. Interiors Tops UNITED SOUTHWEST BANK WASHINGTON-SHOALS-LOOGOOTEE cUstomer'send their friends!" Open nightly til 9 p.m. & Sons 0" (._.Ge.() TOYOTA LU US 231 SOUTH, JASPER, IN 1-800-937-USA1 and Business Needs Fire and Theft Product Liability Commercial A uto Workers Comp CH Agency George Helfrich for 368 family parish. New position. on implementation of religious Programs for pre-school thru adult for self-starter, excellent er and team worker. s: 8A/BS, experience in religious theology preferred. Certification sr formal training and experience will Available prior to end of 97- stf, Year. Send resume, references, Or more information to: r St. I, IN 47648 Krapf, Dorothy E., 84, Holy Family, Jasper, December 10. Kroeger, Max, 80, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, December 10. Kutter, Margie A., 62, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, December 14. Lampert, Mayme T., 93, St. Joseph, Jasper, December 25. Lannan, Timothy A., 93, Res- urrection, Evansville, Decem- ber 11. Lechner, Wilfred, 79, St. Mary, Ireland, November 4. Litzelman, Carol, 65, St. Philip, Posey County, December 5. Lynn, Mary Catherine, 81, St. Philip Neri, Bicknell, December 1. Merkle)6 Clarence, 81, St. Mary, Huntingburg, December 22. Miller, Ella L., 55, St. Theresa, Evansville, December 1. Remke, Lastie, 84, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, December 12. Rumbach, John T. (Jack), 74, St. Joseph, Jasper, December 27. Scheessele, Frederic J., 84, St. Rupert, Red Brush, November 9. i' SCRIPTURE Scheller, Alvin G., 80, St. Wen- del, St. Wendel, December 6. Scheller, Clara M., 69, St. Wen- del, St. Wendel, December 6. Scheller, Ralph E., 56, St. Rupert, Red Brush, Decem- ber 12. Schnaus, Mary Esther, 82, St. Joseph, Jasper, December 29. Schnaus, Raymond R., 71, St. Peter Celestine, Celestine, November 26. Snow, Dorothy, 88, St. Mart; Washington, December 10. Stevenson, Louise K., 86, Res- urrection, Evansville, Ekcember 18. Tornatta, Amelia "Sug', 76, St. Agnes, Evansville, December 30. Wargel, Mary H., 68, St. Bon- face, Evansville, December 23. Wathen, Katherine, 90, St. Mary, Washington, December 29. Wolf, Nellie Marie, 72, Sacred Heart, Evansville, December 30. Yellig, Jerone E, 70, St. There- sa, Evansville, December 17. SEARCH By Patricia Kasten LIKE A DOVE Gospel for Sunday, January 11, 1998. Luke 3:15-16, 2!-22 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Baptism of the Lord, C Cycle, the baptism in the Jordan. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. PEOPLE THEIR HEARTS WHETHER MIGHT BE MESSIAH , JOHN ANSWERED SAYING WATER ONE SANDAL BAPTIZE HOLY FIRE WHEN ALL JESUS OPENED DESCENDED ON HIM FORM LIKE A DOVE VOICE HEAVEN BELOVED J D S A Y I N G J O W T O 1 U D M E S S ! A H R H D S D V F O R M E E E N B E L O V E D I G T T E A J S ! D W R E D H A V P M D C K H L K E E W A T I D E E E O D N R P E ! G L A D N A S E D E H Z H R F H A D D P 13 O O E T D I D L O E O D P L S B M R D L D N D V L Y D E R E W S N A E D E (c] 1998 AIt Publishing Co. I III  II Funeral Homes uneral Home Four Convenient Locations WEST CHAPEL 3033 W. MARYLAND ST. I I iiiiinl I i i I iii II] I I I ] ] I 15 Auxiliaries appointed Pope John Paul I! named Jesuit Father Gordon D. Ben- nett, president of a Los Angelc Catholic high h(xal, as an aux- iliary bishop for the Baltimore Archdiocese. The appointment was announced Dec. 23. Texas priests, Msgr. Thonas J. Flanagan of San Antonio and Father Patrick J. Zurek of Austin, were named auxiliary bishops for the Archdiocese of San Antonio. 'Hie appointments were announctKl Jan. 5. Bishop dies Funeral services were held Jan. 2 for retired Auxiliary Bishop Charles R. Koester of St. Louis at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis. Bishop Koester, 82, died Dec. 24 after a lengthy illness complicated by numerous health prob- lems. Identifies mission As the Catholic Church prepares for the third Christ- ian millennium, evangeliza- tion must be its primary mis- sion, said Denver Archbishop Charles J. Chaput in a Christ- mas Eve pastoral letter. "Good News of Great Joy" was pub- lished Dec. 24. Funds on target The Baltimore Archdiocese is over halfway toward the $80 million target of its most ambi- tious capital campaign in his- ton: The campaign is called "Heritage of Hope: Celebrat- ing Our Church -- Building Our Future." Deficit erased The financial health of the Diocese of Youngstown, Ohio, which had a deficit of $1.3 mil- lion in 1996, improved dra- matically in the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997, accord- ing to the annual diocesan financial report. Significant personnel reductions and bud- get cuts helped erase the deficit, said the report, Vows professed Mother Teresa's successor as head of the Missionaries of Charity returned to theUnit- ed States in mid-December to accept the vows of new mem- bers of the order. Sister Nip mala Joshi visited New York, Washington and San Francis- co to accept the vows. Game revised Claretian Father Ron Luka, who designed the Catholic catechism game, "Knowing Your Faith," in I983, has revised it and included a crt,*,-referencmg of the gan e s 480 questiov.s and answers with "'The Catechism of the Catholic Church." It is avail- able for $14. qSb., calling (954) 33.