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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Pleas Continued from page 1 is the opposite of everything we stand for and everything we hope for our culture today: respect for the life of each and every human being from its beginning to its natural end. We pray for those who were injured." Investigators said Jan. 19 they knew of no links between the two Tulsa bombings or between the Tulsa and Atlanta bombings. As tens of thousands of pro- lifers from around the country were heading to Washington for the Jan. 22 March for Life, a board member for the annual march reiterated the nonviolent nature of the event. "This is just a peaceful and orderly rally and meeting to explain our firm conviction that the right to life is invested in every human being at concep- tion," said Katherine McEntee, "and no one has the right to choose who will live and who will die." Cardinal James A. Hickey of Washington, in a column pub- lished in the Jan. 16 issue of the Catholic Standard, Washing- ton's archdiocesan newspaper, highlighted nonviolence as one of five steps of being an "ambas- sador for life." "Be steeped in kindness," the cardinal advised. "Kindness and weakness of course, are not the same thing. We do no one a kindness by surrendering to the culture of death. But angry, hateful words and deeds also do the pro-life movement a great disservice. We need to be gentle, loving but persistent advocates Councilor, Sister Anna Scheessele, Vicaress; back row, Sister Caroline Engbersen, ona Councilor;, Sister Mary Veronica Jonkier, Third Councilor, and Sister Jeanne new leaders for three-year terms were selected at a chapter UNITED SOUTHWEST NK O1 NATION&L ItANCO WASHINGTON-SHOALS-LOOGOOTEE iii iii i i LUMBER COMPANY 104 WOOD MUENSTERMAN'S FIRESTONE SERVICE, INC. 1400 W. Franklin Evansville, IN 424-5000 CORRESSELL, INC. HEATING AIR CONDITIONING REFRIGERATION Commercial. Industrial - Residential Alan Corressell 426-1440 i ' i _ Funeral Homes Four WEST CHAF;EL Convenient Locations 301331NiMARYLANO ST. I ii ii i MILLER & MILLER ",4 family name you  can trust" 424-9274 ZIEMER FUNERAl, IIOMES 477-1515 FOR COMPLETE ELECTRICAL SERVICE FISCHER ELECTRIC INC. SCHNELLVILLE, IN , 389-2418, ii ii Ed. L. Lee Mortuary 101 North Meridian Street Washington, IN 254-3612 I II II Subscribe to the Message Use an envelope from your parish, or the one supplied in next week's Message. Or simply print your name and address, along with your parish affiliation, and send it with your fee of $17.50 to the following address: The Message RO.Box4169 Evansville, iN 47724-0169 i D'O'W'N'T.O.W.N 301 MAIN ST. VINCENNES, IN 47591 for life." Cardinal Hickey's other steps included "humble prayer" and study. He also urged limiting and focusing conversion efforts to life issues rather than trying to change another's political party affiliation and social agen- da and looking for the right time and place to deliver the pro-life message. Eleven protesters delivering their message nonviolently were arraigned Jan. 10 for violating the federal Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act of 1994 for their part in a Dec. 7 protest outside an abortion clinic in Rochester, N.Y. Originally arrested for munic- ipal ordinance violations, those charges were dropped when sub- stituted with the federal charges. A U.S. district judge freed the protesters on their own recognizance. All 11 are members of the Lambs of Christ, an abortion protest group. Among those arrested was founder, Weslin Ponce, puerto In other news, a Danish  Jan. 9 nal though risk" of cer among abortion But the in risk among tory of tion." The Dani est abortion earlier ies world who have face 30 breast women. Steps For Recovering the Loss of a Loved one. This Passageways event is designed fot and parents who need help in recovering from the one recently--or in the past. As a Ic several group sessions. Each session has been individuals confront specific issues that often death of a family member or loved one. PASSAGEWAYS GRIEF W Sponsored by Ziemer Funeral Homes and Visiting N 610 E. Walnut Street February I, 1997 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. CST Sessions Offered at the Workshop MORNING SESSIONS A. A Different Grief (Loss through miscarriage, still birth and infant death) B. Men and Grief C. Future Investment D. Journaling Through Grief A Special Program for Children AgeS will be offered in conjunction with the E. The M Won E Re Recovery G. Social Name: Address:. Telephone: No. of Adults No. of Children Adults: Please indicate one choice each for morning ( Identify by letter.) A.M. session .... P.M. session COST: A $5.00 fee will help cover the cost of Families may attend the program tbr $10.00. Your reg payable to Passageways.) Please mail to Passageways, Evansville, IN 47714. If you have any questions about this call Shari Cassler at Four E CENTRAL 626 First Ave. EAST 800 S. Ilebr0a  Family owned and IIII Irl/llrlll 11111] ..........