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The Message --- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Youth Day XXXll will be Feb. 11 at St. Benedict, By MARY ANN HUGHES honor of St. Maria Goretti, a . Message staff writer youth saint "held up by the Cuz. Church," Eppler said. "The LI..., Church recognizes her as ), Bob Bartlett, a campus min- ister and theology teacher from Minnesota, will deliver the keynote address at Youth Day XXXII, which will be held Feb. 11 at St. Benedict Church, Evansville. The day will begin at noon (CST) and will end about 9:30 p.m. This year's theme is "Lean on me, because I'll be there for you in our relationship of love and commitment," which was ch .s: by diocesan youth. :/:!keEppler, diocesan direc- :tor 1of Youth and Young Adult :Ministry, said Youth Day is "fo'yout h, by youth, with youth, and to youth." Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfin- ger will celebrate Mass, and the Maria Goretti Youth awards will be presented at the conclusion of Mass. The name of these vards, for- merly known as the All-Star Youth awards, was changed in March  Conued from page l by00:::i "lffesdhool has been coming for many years," he noted. "The philosophy behind it is for students to be politically aware that the law has a duty to model what is right. These stu- dentsare going to be voters who recognize that." Members of two Girl Scout a holy person, and we wanted to encourage young people to fol- low that example." During the day's activities, Bob Bartlett will be speak- ing to the par- ticipants. He is currently a campus minis- ter and theology . teacher at Holy Angels High School at Mound View, Minn. He is the author of a four- G part video series, "Inti- macy: No One Night Stand" and he has done work as a chemical dependency and sexuality counselor. "As a counselor and teacher of youth, I have become a be- liever that youth today are troops from the Diocese of Greensburg in western Penn- sylvania fulfilled a require- ment for a field trip for scout- ing's Marian Award by attending the march. Maura McCormick, who is "almost 13," said she "wanted to come for fun, to have the ex- perience." She already asked one of the leaders if they could SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten REWARDS Gospel for Sunday, January 28, 1996 Matthew 5: !- ! 2 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time. A Cycie. the recitation of the Beatitudes. The word clues are left to right in the order'in which they ap- pear in the reading. s s D O CROWDS WENT UP SAT DOWN DISCIPLES THE POOR THEIRS SHALL BE INHERIT HUNGER THIRST THEY MERCY SEE GOD PEACEMAKERS CALLED SONS GOD PERSECUTED YOU UTTER AGAINST YOU REJOICE IS GREAT A i N S T Y O U J U T H E P O O R D S O G J U J U M E R C Y E H T T U D C D E O S G R E E E P S G' S S N O T E T C X ! E O H G K N H R I S L T N A E D E O N G P H M S L R Y W H R i E C A L L E D E E C 1 O J E R B S R A S R E T T U O E i T i S A T S R I H T C D S D P T D O W N (c) 1996 Air Publishing Co. #o d -- Artwork by Aaron Jahn looking for intimacy but set- tling for sex," Bartlett said. "There are a variety of reasons for this, as diverse as youth themselves. I want to invite youth to examine their patterns of intimacy: what is life-giving and what is not? What patterns can lead to healthy intimacy and which ones get t4 in the way." Z. Eppler said the day has been planned by the diocesan Youth Team members. Andie Maurer and John Silva from Sts. Peter and Paul Church, Haubstadt, are co-chairpersons of the Youth Team. Steve Collison from St. Mary Church, Washington, heads the membership com- mittee. Katie Russell from St. Joseph Church, Princeton, chairs the liturgy committee. come again next year. The Virginia parents of 12 children stood on Washington's muddy Ellipse to listen to the speeches with 10 of their chil- dren, Between them, Margie and Daniel Boyle, parishioners at St. John Parish in McLean, have attended all but two of the 23 marches. "I missed two when I was pregnant," Mrs. Boyle said. "I never thought we would be doing it this many years," she said. "But the march shows the strength of the principle that we advocate, that the killing of babies has got to be outlawed. We're just not quit- ting until it is." She and her husband, a fam- ily doctor, have been involved in pro-life work for many years, she noted, and now their children "are all committed to pro-life." Last summer at a beach resort where they worked, two of her college-age children helped persuade an Irish girl who got pregnant not to get an abortion. "I'm hoping the Supreme Court will overthrow this awful curse on our nation," said Sister Patricia Maria Williams, a member of the Franciscan Handmaids of Mary who coordinates CCD at Resurrection Parish in Harlem. She came to the march with several other parishioners; they are con- cerned that Planned Parent- hood has opened two clinics in their predominantly black community and are trying to educate young people there to turn elsewhere for help. While waiting for the rally to RESTAURANT SPECIALIZING IN DELICIOUS GERMAN FOOD PRIME RIB CHARi:,OILED STEAQK COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN SEAFOODS SALAD BAR BANQUET ROOM FOR PRIVATE PARTIES FOR ALL YOUR CATERING NE.DS, CALL I 482"2640 [   Hwy. 162S. 393 3rd. Ave., Jasper, IN i ii Angela Marian Hei dinand, is leadership mittee and from St. ington, committee. : A1 Debes Church, serves as adult !/ Teacher Year forms The Message of Catholic sponsoring the Diocese of of the Year ald A. nounce the 1996 Year May 1. The deadline tions is nomination form Message at begin, a man dressed in cleri- cal robes, apparently an Ortho- dox priest, waited with his family near a sound system tower, quietly playing the "Ave Maria" on a harmonica. In the background, loud- speakers from buses parked on 15th Street carried to marchers and nearby office workers alike a preacher's proclamations about the evils of abortion. Along the march route, pro- life activists tried to interest others in the work of their groups. Anne Murphy, a parishioner at Our Lady of Lourdes Parish in Massapequa Park, N.Y., dis- tributed information about the National Night of Prayer for Life. The Long Island woman said that last December 675 parishes in the United States and Canada participated in this "eucharistic adoration for life." The Rev. Mike Sterrik, pas- tor of an interdenominational church in Greenville, S.C., was trying to interest other pastors in a South CaroIina group called Pastors for Life, whose 300 members represent some 40 different churches or reli- gions. Bill Smith, of Rochester, N.Y., had a different approach. Early in the morning he stood outside a Senate office build- ing, holding a sign that read, "4,000 home-grown American customers murdered each day by abortion." old Kodak retirement, said 10th or 12th A pari Parish in said he uses the analogy with co- make no abortion and po tomers. "If we had allt that had been he tell be workirig ting laid off." By 10 a.m., teers at St. Capitol Hill near Court already 1,500 cups of apple juice donuts to coast marchers for Mass and Margarita year-old organ parish's annual don't feel I can least I can do A report on the marchers from Indiana will be week. Fire & Equip. Over 25 serviCe 670 E. COMPLETE Auto! Home! Fire & Lifel Your Personal Service Ageltt James L. Will Ins. A 1925 W. Franklin Street Kimball Inte Jasper, I MILLER & "Funeral Since