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1998 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 1 9 from page 18 Pre-school children: You our days with your lovely happy to have each Mrs. Schnei- e ,,. ODY SHOP 'C' rront end eli g nmen t mp/e!e body rebuilding nuc]lator ervice Estimates Given Call 254-5358 IF. S0uth-. Washington, IN St. Joe Bobcats, three, four, five; Faith in practice stays alive! We've proud of you! From Ms. Fink, Ms. HiE Ms. Purdy Holy Redeemer Junior High students bring this ad to your Language Arts teacher for a treat. Stay on your toes. Don't take a rest, for every- one knows St. Benedict's second grade is best. Love, Ms. Homing and Mrs. Weber To a wonderful group of fourth graders: May you continue to grow in your love of God and neighbor Love, Mrs. Luig ppi.00 Q.i00e JASPER LUMBER CO. Ph: 482-1125 to all our clients for in Insurance Y, Inc. Jasper, Indiana COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE RT, 4, JASPER q;be SOl1 00!jop Christian Books & Gifts Bey & Charlie Mendel, owners (612) f1-77 4t6 Jason St. Jasper, IN 47546 the leaders of religious communities in Indiana, believe in the sacredness . Inity of life. ;WOmen of faith, we believe we are to ore our neighbor, not to kill; to forgive InOther, not to seek retribution with and further violence for the evil US. a believe capital punishment degrades r}d brutalizes the society which it. Therefore, we oppose the use of PUnishment in all cases. ease join us as we pray for Death Row 'irnates and their families, especially for rt Smith, who was convicted for the of Michael Wedmore, and who has Uled for execution Jan. 29, 1998. us, too, as we pray for all victims of and their families, especially for edrnore and his family. Monastery of Indianapolis 4- f Charity, Evansville Our Lady of issionary Sisters, Huntington + maids of Jesus Christ, Donaldson 4- . the Holy Cross of Notre Dame 4- rovldence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods of St. Benedict, Beech Grove 4 of St. Benedict, Ferdinand Francis, Oldenburg -b Sisters of St. Pton ,b Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis Roses are red, violets are blue St. James first graders are great readers and I am proud of you! Love, Mrs. Buttrum Resurrection fifth graders are energetic and full of life. Wishing you a school year filled with success and faith, Mrs. Flynn The fourth graders at Sts. Peter and Paul Haubstadt are the greatest in the world. Just ask Mrs. McDonald! St. Joe sixth, seventh, eighth graders: 1John 3:18. Happy Catholic Schools Week! Peace from Mr. Gries, Ms Schorr, Sister Rose, Ms. Smith, Mr. Rice, Ms. Murray WCCS Junior High students make a posi- tive difference in today"s world. We are proud of our hard-working successful stu- dents. Many thanks to our parents, friends and school supporters. Keep the faith! We could- n't do it without you. We love your effort! WC staff and students Pam Bell, you are swell. Thanks for all you do. Your dedication and support are greatly appreciated. Love and prayers. HFS Facub ty and Staff We are proud of each one of you. Continue to do your personal best. Lots of love! Mrs. Heeke and Mrs. Bennett SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten ISAIAH'S BOOK Gospel for Sunday, January 25, 1998 Luke !:I-4; 4:14-21 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, C Cycle, Jesus' first teaching in his home area. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. MANY COMPILE RETURNED POWER SPIRIT CAME SABBATH STOOD UP BOOK PROPHET ISAIAH FOUND WRITTEN UPON ME POOR PROCLAIM SIGHT BLIND SAT DOWN EYES FIXED ON HIM BEGAN SCRIPTURES FULFILLED F O U N D N 1 L B J O ! . ,': .p .. :. :' S F U L F ! L L E D L K E L 1 P M O C D G D D X R S D X R D W P A D E S U P E Y E S U O N H N S T ! R D W D P O S A R A P R B 0 O K O R I I U T ! ! D O P K N N G A T D R T T E A H M D H S E O C S D M D N E T T 1 R W S A S A B B A T H D M N P R O C L A 1 M A N Y X (c) 1998 All: PublishingCo, i COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Auto[ Home[ Fire & Life[ Your Personal Service Agent James L. Will Ins. Agency Inc. 1925 W. Franklin Street 425-3187 I iiiii I I Who.00 Going to, Tak00 Care 4 Morn? When you can't be there, turn to someone who CaR ... a companion careglver from VlslUng 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. vlSmNG NUP P/ea m//us a,. lit 42se53 (EvansvU 385.3717(Prlncet) East and West A high-level Vatican dele- gation met in Moscow with its counterpart in the Russian Orthodox Church to discuss joint initiatives to overcome their differences. Cardinal Edward l. Cassidy; president of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity spent Jan. 14 and 15 with Metropolitan Kirill of Smo- lensk and Kaliningrad. Penalty lifted The excommunication of Sri Lankan Oblate Father Tissa Balasuriya was lifted in a cer- emony in the private chapel of the archbishop's house in Colombo. During the ceremo- ny; Father Balasuriya signed a long profession of faith writ- ten by Pope Paul VI in 1968. Promote unity The Franciscan Friars and Sisters of the Atonement marked the 90th year of their promotion of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity by sponsoring an ecumenical prayer service Jan. 18 in the chapel of the lnterchurch Cen- ter in New York. The service kicked off this year's obser- vance of the annual week of prayer for unit; ending Jan. Z5. Toward 2000 Israeli tourism officials met with Pope John Paul II to plan for the year 2000 celebrations in the Holy Land. Israeli experts expect some 5 million addition- al tourists for the jubilee, many more if the pope comes. Joining orders Hispanic, African-American and Asian-American Catholics are joining religious orders and secular institutes at a faster rate than ever in the United States, according to a survey of those choosing the consecrated life. Tile survey was released in connection with the World Day of Con,- crated Life on Feb. 1. No to 'Lord' British press speculated that Cardinal George Basil Hume of Westminster would be offered a place in the Hou of Lords, Britain's non-elected second legislative chamber. However, a spokesman for the cardinal said that Cardinal Hume would not accept the position if it were offered to him. Restoration begins Combining computer tech- noloD" and painstaking manu- al labor, Italian experts will try to piece together the priceless 13th-centu D' frescoes destroyed when an earthquake struck the Basilica of St. Francis in Assisi. The restoration process involves photographic scan- I ning of about 50,(D0 fresco flag- [ ments, then using a computer I to perform a virtual reassem- ! bly" of the wor. !