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17,1997 The Message -- for Catholics of SouthwesternIndiana 11 By BRIGID CURTIS Indiana Catholic Conference ready to make big splash with new home page -- Internet take a new C-- ,0lic style! The atholic Conference (located at is now world over the Internet, also referred to as the web, is a new form which com- telephone lines public policy Catholic the ICC is l techno]. the mes- as it relates : tl and moral The ICC is one of a handful of state Catholic Conferences in the nation to develop a home page. The ICC's Executive Director, M. Desmond Ryan said, "Our use of the Internet is two-fold. It will be used as an education- al tool to inform ICC Catholic Networkers, Legislators and the general public about positions held by the Church. It will also be used to encourage and invite a new audience to become involved in the political process from a consistent ethic of life perspective." Interested parties who visit the ICC's home page can expect to receive a variety of infbrma- tion. 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Although currently under con- struction, e-mail addresses are expected to be completed in the near future available through the home page for the Coordina- tor of the Archdiocese, Charles Schisla (cschisla@archindy.com); Diocese of Evansville, Judy Neff ditch@evansville.net); Diocese of Ft. Wayne, Fred Everett (everett fam@aol.com); Diocese of Gary, Rev. Gerald Schweitzer; and Dio- cese of Lafayette, Dave Wilson. The Conference's home page may be easily recognized by its wine and bread colors and famil- iar logo. SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten COME SEE Gospel for Sunday, January 19, 1997 John 1:35-42 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, B Cycle, how the first disciples were called. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. 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COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Ph: 482-1125 RT. 4, JASPER 00011 shop Christian Books & Gifts Bey & Charlie Mendel, owners (8121634-7766 415,,50flS1 J" IN4"(-,.46 ] Church/World II I I I II III Pope baptizes 19 People should "celebrate the day of baptism just as one celebrates a birthday," Pope John Paul II said after bop: tizing 19 infants. The pope conferred the "immense gifC of baptism on the babies Jan. 12, the feast of the Baptism of the Lord, during a Mass in the Sistine Chapel. Mother Teresa to step down Mother Teresa has said sh will step down as superior gen- eral of the Missionaries of Charity, Archbishop Henry S. D'Souza of Calcutta announced Jan. 13. Missionaries of Chin-- it)' nuns began arriving in Cal- cutta Jan. 13 to attend the order's chapter and to prepare for Feb. 2 elections for the order's next superior general and four councilors, Toward sainthood The Society of St. Vincent de Paul has announced that its founder, Antoine Frederic Ozanam, will be beatified by Pope John Paul II this August in Paris. The ceremony is to coincide with a plmmed papal visit to Paris Aug. 21 to 24, for World Youth Day 1997, the society said. Gift to the pope The Knights of Columbus ThomU V.:Daily of once with-ire Preddent Lien Chart axl makillg a $1 million donation. The money will be treed for humanitarian pro- graum in Bosaia-Hmmvina and in the Groat Lakm region of Africa. Ambassador lectured Euthanasia is a "grave vio- lation" of moral law, Pope John Paul II told Australia's new ambassador to the Vati- can shortly after a second assisted suicide took place in the country's Northern Terri- tory. Last year the Northern Territory, which has limited self.rule, passed a law allow- ing assisted suicide; it went into effect July 1 and since that time, two people who suffered frown cancer have died under the laws terms. Bishop dies Bishop Alfred J. Markiewicz ofF--co, Mic], died Jan. 9 at St. Joseph Guest Hottse in ttuntington, N.Y., where he had been living since the diag- ntmis of two eaneexous brain tumors. He was 68.