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1998 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 15 TFs Tray/or Ferte00zer Serv00e, Inc. Donald j, Traylo Bx 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 President Phone: 486-3285 St, Anthony, Indiana PHONE 326-2321 Seeking Applicants for 1998-99 scbool year Elementary S dlool Principal St. Philip School Mt. Vernon, Indiana Diocese of Evansville, IN K-8, plus a Pre-school With an enrollment of approximately 290 students Must be a practicing Roman Catholic and hold or be eligible for an Indiana School Administrator License. For application, please contact: Dr Phyllis Bussing, Director of Schools : Catholic Schools Office, Diocese of Evansville P,O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724-0169 (812) 424-5536 INC. IN s Dr. Jane A. Hormuth Chiropractic Physician 474-0704 Hormuth Chiropractic IIc. 1111 S Green River Rd., Suite 104 unications Associate team responsible for external and tions for the Sisters of St. benedict, Mar- and Kordes Enrichment Center in Fer- Applicant should have bachelor's degree in Ions, journalism, marketing, or related area ). Solid writing ability is required; Is a plus. no phone calls please. to Karen Katafiasz, Director of Communica- of St. Benedict, 802 E. 10th St., Ferdinand, IN ,7-2313. SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten CANA Gospel for Sunday, January 18, 1998 John 2:!-12 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, C Cycle, the wedding feast at Cana. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. 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Vatican Radio World News Mon. - Fri. at 5:30 p.m. 0nly on WUEV-FM 91.5 University of Evansville On the ai/ or on your computer at WHOLESALE RETAIL CUSTOM PROCESSING MERKLEY & SONS PACKING CO., INC. 3994 W. 180 N 482-7020 ' Who.00 Go.00.g to T, k Care 4 Mo.,.? When you can't be there, turn [ to someone who can ... a companion careglver from Visiting Nurse Plus. They have the training, skills, and concern to care for your elderly parents. And that means peace of mind for you and your family. VISITING NURSE ,Plhl$ cI1/ll us . 348 urpane5 are s't 24  a J. 25-0853 (Evansville) 5-3717 (Princeton) "Something good is right on your way'" DELICIOUS _.. f ............ Ill ..... II To meet Yeltsin Vatican officials confirmed that Pope John Paul II would meet Russian President Boris Yeltsin during the president's February trip to Italy. Vatican spokesman Joaquin Navarro- Vails said Jan. 12 Yeltsin would have a papal audience during his Feb. 9-11 visit, as the Krem- lin had announced in Moscow. Pope's health 'fine' Pope John Paul II had to be steadied by an aide when he appeared to falter during a bap- tism ceremony but Vatican offi- cials later said the poF's health was fine. The incident occurred as the pontiff entered the Sistine Chapel Jan. 11 to celebrate Mass and baptize 19 babies. Disagrees The Vatican document issued last fall on the role of the laity in ministry contradicts the experience of the parishes and dioceses, according to a pas- toral theologian teaching at Boston College. The officials involved were making "a coun- terproductive attempt to say from the top what life at the bottom looks like," said Father Michael J. Himes in a New York address Jan. 9. Apology suggested The bishop of Mother Angel- ica's native diocxse of Youngs- town has suggested the nun offer "a sincere invitation" to Los Angeles Cardinal Roger M. Mahony to appear on her EWIN program as an avenue to settle their differences. On a televised program, Mother Angelica had questioned the cardinal's faith and ministry based on a pastoral letter he issutd. veral days later she apologized but continued to question his teaching on the Eucharist as presented in the pastoral. Bishop recovering For the first time since surgeD, in November, Bishop Anthony M. PiUa of Clevekmd presided at Mass Jan. 6. Bishop Pilla, 65, is pre,-sidentl- of the National Conferele of Catholic Bishops. He is recovering from a quadruple bypa,s operation. Seeking comment Australia's bishops have released for public comment a draft dcument that recom- mends making it mandatory for all priests and religious to avoid actioIs or language with others that could be interpret- ed as .xually provacative. The dKment t lrg( prkls to hear conft.sions "only in places wtmre both print and x, nitent are visible to othem7 If the !draft were approvtM, clergy and religious wotfld  bmnLxl,. from providing pastoral min- ism' in the sk'ping quarte of hom or pbyterit or sta- ing overnight m the amt; FCKIYt as a minor,