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January 13, 1989 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 1 5 Remember these faithful departed in your prayers Magdalen M. Arvin, 55, St. Martin, Whiffield, Dec. 17. David J. Backer, 54, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, Dec. 14. Gladys Betz, 78, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Dec. 2. Carolyn 'W. Beuhler, 40, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 26. Benno F. Blessinger, 89, Holy Family, Jasper, Dec. 6. Theresa M. Bolmert, 64, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 23. Ann M. Brasel, 68, Evansville, Dec. 24. Alphonse "Butch" Brelage, 70, Holy Family, Jasper, Dec. 5. Theodore G. Brockman, 76, St. . Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 9. Frances H.- Broerman, 74, Nativity, Evansville, Dec. 28. William C. "Jack" Brown, 80, Sacred Heart, Evansville, Dec. 24. Carolyn W. Buehler, 40, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 26. Jerome "Bud" Burger, 58, Precious Blood, Jasper, Dec. 14. George "Corky" Christian, 81, St. Joseph, Princeton, Dec. 15. Imelda C. Coley, 71, St. Agnes, Evansville, Dec. 29. Thomas Clyde Daily, 71, St. Mary, Washington, Dec. 4. Alfred Deem, 55, St. Francis Xavier, Poseyvilie, Dec. 10. t Clarence A. Doll, 82, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Dec. 28. Dorothy J. Ellis, 47, St. Joseph, Bramble, Dec. 25. Linus J. Engelhart, 68, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 19. William J. Enghauser, 68, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Dec. 30. Sylva M. Farmer, 69, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Dec. 24. Albert P. Fehribach, 83, Holy Family, Jasper, Dec. 24. Sister Naomi Fields, S.P., 73, St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Dec. 27. Bernard J. Fourgerousse, 77, St. Mary, Sullivan, Dec. 31. Florence E. Gerhardt, 78, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Dec. 6. Keith Hemingway, 57, Evansville, Dec. 21. Sister Agnes Aloyse Hille, S.P., 86, St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Dec. 14. Clarissa Hohler, 74/St. Mary, Huntingburg, Dec. 22. Leo P. Holfelner, 80, Evansville, Dec. 26. Francis C. Howard, 71, St. Joseph, Evansville, Dec. 24. Robert H. Hunter Sr., 66, St. Benedict, Evansville, Dec. 7. Joseph F. Jahn, 83, Holy Fami- ly, Jasper, Dec. 28. Mayme Jasper, 84, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 18. Robert P. Jerger, 93, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 15. Robert F. Jochum, 86, St. Mary, Ireland, Dec. 4. O ................... . ............ , ............ . ............... ....Jiiil,] I ;i::i/ii i!i!i!iiii0000i! ii!iiii:i if: iii ;i:!iiii;i;i!(iiii:i00! .:::::::....::.:.::.::::.::.:.:.:::.:::;/.::::.:.:::;;i:;::::.:.::.::::i?; ::;:i:;::':':+:':':';';;';';;?;; "':'''''''.'...." :"' i CHURCH WINDOW RESTORATION & STORM GLASS WINDOWS AND TIFFANY-STYLE SHADES DESIGNED, FABRICATED&REPAIRED 1220 FIRST AVENUE., EVANSVILLE, IN 47710 MI('I- I/XNII()( ],% TIMOTHYL DASSEL PRESIDENT PHONE: 425-8658 AREA CODE: 812 James M. Jordan, 78, St. Simon, Washington, Dec. 24. Ida Mae "Mazie" Kruger, 55, Precious Blood, Jasper, Dec. 30. Pearl L. LeClere, 77, Nativity, Evansville, Dec. 12. Levenis "Beanie" Leinenhach, 80, St. Theresa, Evansville, Dec. 23. Kurt P. Mathies, 28, Holy Family, Jasper, Dec. 13. Urban L. Mayer, 88, St. Boniface, Evansville, Dec. 17. Chester A. McCluro, 86, St. Philip Neri, Bicknell, Dec. 1'8. Alberta F. Melchior, 78, St. Anthony, Evansville, Dec. 18. Eleanora Neumann, 89, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Dec. 21. David Scott Nosko, 18, St. Mat- thew, Mt. Vernon, Dec. 10. Leroy H. Pund, 54, St. Joseph, Dale, Dec. 14. Theodore C. Pund, 89, St. Fer- dinand, Ferdinand, Dec. 4. James v. Rayoum, 77, St. Boniface, Evansville, Dec. 27. James M. Resb, 56, Evansville, Dec. 31. Albert F. Rexing, 82, St. James, St. James, Dec. 18. Kathlven G. Reynolds, 65, Sacred Heart, Evansville, Dec. 11. James A. Riney, 70, St. Simon, Washington, Dec. 21. Clare Riordan, 86, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Dec. 14. Orval E. Sanford, 76, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, Nov. 16. Anna Louise "Johnnie" Scheossele, 65, Christ the King, Evansville, Dec. 19. Allen J. Schneider, 38, St. An- thony, St. Anthony, Dec. 11. Rita Jean Shirk, 60, Evansville, Dec. 11. Elizabeth S. Siddons, 80, Holy Family, Jasper, Dec. 23. Bertha Simon, 90, St. John the Baptist, Vincennes, Dec. 16. Woodrow A. "Woody" Smith, 76, St. Anthony, Evansville, Dec. 31. John L. Stangle, 78, St. Philip Neri, Bicknell, Dec. 10. Robert L. Turnbaugh, 83, St. Mary, Washington, Dec. 31. Dr. Edward Anthony Vatovec, 60, St. John the Baptist, Newburgh, Dec. 3. Edward Herman Vonderschmitt, 91, St. Simon, Washington, Dec. 11. George Weightman, 71, St. Mary, Evansville, Dec. 13. Joseph T. Werner, 75, Holy Family, Jasper, Dec. '19. Joseph Lee Williams, 20, Bless- ed Sacrament, Oakland City, Dec. 18. Shirley Williams, 52, St. Simon, Washington, Dec. 25. Vatican Continued Item page 5 "perestroika," in favor of the relief efforts for an estimated 500,000 homeless. The current plan is for the Armenian church, with its own lay architects and engineers, to draw up specific reconstruction projects -- for homes, schools, hospitals and churches -- and submit them to Caritas Interna- tionalis during a meeting at the Vatican Feb. 24. Caritas will then decide which projects it can fund. The Catholic experts will no doubt make nbre trips to Armenia as the rebuilding goes American National Bank Bicknell - Sandborn Vincennes Drive-in Facilities - Member F.D.I.C. A Full Service Bank Message Classifieds GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U repair). Delinquent tax property. Reposessions. Call (1) 805-687-6000 Ext. GH-7984 for current repo list. T"MES SAGE CLASSIFIEDS 5 wore. Only 1 per (There will be a $3.00 minimum charge on all classified advertising) Print your ad on this form. One word, symbol, or abbreviation per blank. Phone number counts as one word. Clip and mail to our office with payment. No Phone orders; No billing. 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Mother Teresa of Calcutta, in Moscow to open a home for the sick after a 13-month waiting period, was given permission to open a similar center for children in Armenia in a matter of days, said Msgr. Pasini, who spoke with Mother Teresa there. In early January, Armenian Catholic Patriarch Jean-Pierre xvIII Kasparian, who lives in Lebanon, was also headed to Armenia with an auxiliary bishop, Father Gugerotti said. "A month ago, these kinds of contacts would have been im- possible," said Father Gugerot- ti. "One sees clearly that it is always charity that wipes out every form of division," he added. "In the midst of tremen- dous suffering, the doors open up." Pope John Paul II has taken a keen interest in all this, accor- ding to those involved. In a din- ner meeting with Father Gugerotti and Msgr. Pasini, the pope asked detailed questions about their trip and wanted to know how he could do more to help, Father Gugerotti said. The pope also met with Mother Teresa at the end of December when she came to Rome from the Soviet Union. "In a way, this is seen as opening up the whole country to the concept of 'solidarity,' which is so dear to the pope," said Msgr. Pasini. The pope's donation of $100,000 was one of the first things mentioned by the Arme- nian Orthodox patriarch, Vasken I, when he greeted the Catholic team. "He thought at first that this was all we were able to give," Msgr. Pasini recalled. Caritas now plans to have about $20 million ready by the time the Armenian delegation shows up at the Vatican in February, much of it from special collec- tions taken during Christmastime. COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Autol Homel Fire & Life! Your Personal Service Agent James L. Will Ins. Agency Inc. 311 N. Wabash 425-3187 For information on vocations contact: Father David Fleck, Vocations Office, 424-5536 Ext. 111 The Message Classifieds Deadline: Nine days preceding the Friday date of issue (a Wednesday). 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