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1997 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Continental gathering planned for youths of America WASHINGTON (CNS)-- A the Youth Subcommittee of the The leading sponsor of the be $35, which includes all six-day gathering of from the Americas for October will service projects and reflection, said a official. will be different World Youth Day in that it 0f an immer- L'eperience,- wrote Bishop L Schwietz of Duluth, a Jan. 14 letter to the th Gath- in San- people aged 15 , Was to have as its Holy Spirit Will You." Pope 1998 as Spirit in s cel- Great Jubilee of must speak since official lan- |g," wrote chairman of U.S. bishops' Secretariat for Fam- ily, Laity, Women and Youth. "During the week, the young people will build 1,000 homes, plant 500,000 trees, clean the exteriors of public buildings... visit children in orphanages" and visit the elderly and prison- ers, he wrote. "In addition, all participants will be reflecting theologically on their actions," he added. He said such gatherings were planned for each continent before the millennium. "The gathering is not one of the biennial World Youth Days. It is a one-time event specifical- ly for the young people of Amer- ica," Bishop Schwietz wrote. But he added that like World Youth Day, the Santiago gather- ing would happen over several days, conclude with a vigil and a Mass celebrated by Pope John Paul II, and bring together sev- eral thousand young people; more than 700,000 youths are expected. Irgh Co. 00)-Life Indiana ff FIRST FEDERAL Savings and Loan Association Washington & Loogootee THE MISSIONARY WORK OF THE CHURCH[ Sister Mariolo serves in the mission of Jesus, caring for orphans. inana began his missionary service in India in 1949, often walking six to eight hours a day, for days on end, to reach people with the Good News of Jesus. All 0/us, by our Baptism, are called to take part in Jesus" mission to all people. You Can, today, right where you are! Pray daily... Offer remalar financial help OUgh the Propagation of the Faith... 15,000 Masses are offered for members of the Faith by mission priests. PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH Evansville, IN 47724-0169 ts (living & deceased may be enrolled) ANNUAL 0 L%'DWIDUAL  $10 FAMILY { 5 INDWIDUAL gt( TOTAL OFFERING OF $ monthly donor to the Propagation of the Faith Your gift is tax deductible! Living ,00ci s Word A radio Bible teaching with Dr. Ann Gries WVHI - 1330 AM , Mon. - Fri., 11:45 to Noon You Mon. - Sat., 5 p.m. r Wrd is a [amp to my feet and a fight to my patb. " Psadm 119:105 ;(!, : w gathering is the Chilean bish- ops' conference. Other spon- sors are the Vatican's Pontifi- cal Council for the Laity, the Latin American bishops' con- ference, and the Archdiocese of Santiago. Bishop Schwietz wrote that youths will have "homework" before they arrived in Santiago: Participants will be asked to read and study the pope's 1994 apostolic letter, "Tertio Millen- nio Adveniente" ("As the Third Millennium Draws Near"), and other documents. Costs for each participant will meals, lodging and transporta- tion within Santiago for the week, the letter said. Partici- pants will be responsible for their own transportation to and from Santiago. Registration begins in April and ends in September and will be handled by the U.S. bishops' Secretariat for Fami- ly, Laity; Women and Youth, (202) 541-3040. Information on the gather- ing was to be posted in Eng- lish and Spanish at the secre- tariat's website: www.nccbuscc .org/laity/youth/cyg.htm. SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten HE WALKED AWAY Gospel for Sunday, February 1, 1998 Luke 4:21-30 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time, C Cycle. Jesus' rejection in his home town. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. SCRIPTURE ALL SPOKE OF HIM QUOTE PHYSICIAN PROPHET MANY ISRAEL THE DAYS ELIJAH THREE FAMINE LAND NONE ZAREPHATH SIDON LEPERS ELISHA NAMAN SYRIAN .... SYNAGOGUES BROW HILL MIDST J 0 S T S D I M W A S M S Z Y I R L K T D 0 C A S P A S E L H D E F R N E H D R P R A K S D 1 B U Y E A E N O N 1 E P X G S H E L P L D D L T S 0 I T L S L H F 0 I U Y G C E L ! S H A N J R R A I L H J 0 D M T A E 1 N A D J 0 F H I M H Z A Y N A M D W 0 N A M A N S 0 P R 0 P H E T 0 U Q (c) 1998 Air Publishing Co. VOUR FAMILV Stratman's Pharmacy City-Wide Delivery 413 Locust Street John and Judy Stratman 425-5293 I I Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists Hwy. 62 and N. Weinbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop, 4254422 Please Support Message Advertisers PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2345 W, Franklin St. 425-4364 I I III II Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fsst Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 I I I I IIII II I 15 j llmlnl00mmmmUml New in Cuba The pope has established a new diocese in Cuba, the island's eleventh. The Diocese of Guantanamo-Baracoa will follow the boundaries of the Cuban province of Guan-' tanamo. Asks clemency Pope John Paul II has asked Texas Gov. George W. Bush to grant clemency to Karla Faye Tucker, a Texas woman scheduled to die Feb. ! 3 for two 1983 pickax mur- ders. Tucker, 38, would be the first woman executed in ] Texas since 1863 and the first I anywhere in the United l States since 1984. Dallas deciding. The Dallas Diocese is preparing for possible bank- ruptcy if ordered to pay $119.6 million to sexual molestation victims of a for- mer Dallas priest. An inde- pendently audited financial i report Jan. 22 showed the diocese had net assets of about $4.3 million. Filing suit A young Catholic woman has been stripped of her title as Miss Colorado without explanation and she is fight- ing res, the first Hispanic Miss Colorado, has filed a law- suit against the Miss Col- i orado Organization seeking to retain the title'and the $11,000 scholarship that goes with it. Protestor dies A man who set himself on fire in St. Peter's Square in order to protest treatment of homosexuals died of his injuries after 10 days of treat- ment. Alfredo Ormando, 39, died of heart failure Jan. 22. Money helps Catholic Charities USA sent three $10,000 grants to New York, Vermont and Maine to assist thousands of people affected by severe ice storms. Jailed and fined Twenty-two people who entered Fort Benning, Ga., in November to protest the School of the Americas housed there were found guilty of trespassing Jan. 21. All were given six- month jail sentences and fined $3,000. fflurn Off TV' Morality in Media has cho- sen Valentine's Day; Feb. 14, for its seventh annual Turn Off TV Day and wants its supporters to send television executives a message: "We want better television, not labels on garbage.;', ...... ,,