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13, 1998 The Message for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Please pray for these faithful departed ,79, St. Mary, 29. Louis, 97, Christ December (Bill) 82, St. 20. St. Francis" rS. Clara, 97, St. County, 3. 93, Precious anuary 20. St. Joseph, r 28. St. Mary, r 27. Shepherd, r16. Hilda, 76, St. 56, St. 20. E., 88, St. r 23. ., 63, St. Mary, 73, St. Ferdinand, r21. R., 83, Owner ller IN 47501 Home: 254-3087 Precious Blood, Jasper, December 25. Gilmore, Hugh D., 61, St. Theresa, Evansville, January 12. Hauser, Mildred A., 62, Holy Family, Jasper, January 28. Horvath, Andrew J., 35, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, January 15. Hostetter, Joseph A., 89, Holy Family, Jasper, January 20. Hughes, Robert (Bob), 78, St. Theresa, Evansville, January 12. Jochim, Charles, 74, St. Francis Xavier, Poseyville, January 24. Kanowsky, Venita, 88, Sacred Heart, Evansville, January 28. Keller, Francis W., St., 79, St. John, Vincennes, January 20. Kemper, Dorothy, 80, St. Mary, Huntingburg, January 14. Kissel, Adam, 92, St. James, Haubstadt, January 28. Koenig, Harold J., Sr., 94, St. John, Newburgh, January 24. Lehr, Frances, 86, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, January 30. Logsdon, Eugene (Fred), 86, Holy Spirit, Evansville, December 25. Ludwick, Mary A., 75, St. Anthony, Evansville, January 10. Market, Agnes R., 88, St. Theresa, Evansville, January 1. Melton, Ramon J., 32, St. John, Vincennes, January 24. Muehlbauer, Louise, 82, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, January 28. Mulkey, Malcolm Eugene (Gene), 79, St. Francis Xavier, Poseyville, January 19. and Business Needs Fire and Theft Product Liability Commercial A uto Workers Cornp es Locations Agency George Helfrich EAST CHAPEL 800 S. HEBRON AVENUE Paul, Clarence, 85, St. Boniface, Evansville, January 19. Reinhart, Patricia, 30, Holy Cross, Fort Branch, January 30. Robertson, Marian, 66, St. Anthony, Evansville, January 19. Sabel, Katie, 73, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, December 23. Sermersheim, Alvin E, 72, St. Joseph, Jasper, January 1. Shoemaker, Hubert L., 77, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt, January 6. Spaw, Dolores V., 80, Sts. Peter and Paul, Petersburg, January 6. Speth, Mary Elizabeth, 74, October 9. Stetter, Ellen, 89, St. Mary, Huntingburg, January 15. Stippler, Richard, 71, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, December 19. Volz, Patricia J., 55, St. Joseph, Jasper, January 1. Wehr, Joseph, 77, St. Mary, Ireland, December 23. Welp, Magdalen, 82, Sacred Heart, Schnellville, January 23. Wink, Helen M., 82, St. Theresa, Evansville, January 16. Young, Geneva, 78, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, January 12. Zehr, Roger L., 61, St. Peter Celestine, Celestine, January 7. SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricla Kasten GREAT REWARDS Gospel for Sunday, February 15, 1998 Luke 6: I 7, 20.26 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time, C Cycle. a promise of great and lasting blessings. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. 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Author Tad Szulc, whose books include biographies of Pope John Paul II and Cuban President Fidel Castro, said, "I think from now on the church (in Cuba) will play an absolutely critical role in the economic, social and political change which is going on." "We are one' An African-American bishop preaching at a Mass celebrated 'in observance of Black History Month called on members of "the African diaspora,, in and "celebrate God's gifts." American blacks came "from many places in Africa," but "we are one," said Auxiliary Bishop Moses B. Anderson of Detroit. "It doesn't matter when or where we landed." Bishop Anderson was the homilist for a Mass Feb. 8 at St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York 'Unprepared' A recent survey of graduates of St. Mary's College, Notre Dame, Ind., demonstrates a growing need for Catholic educators and priests to address workplace issues more directly. Professors Jack Ruhe and Jerome McEly said most graduates feel unprepared for the ethical challenges they face in the workplace. "The average educated Catholic layman and laywoman doesn't get a lot of specifics from the pulpit on Sunday," McElroy said "Fr,fre having to find a lot of it on their OWrL" Evangelizing Asia Cardinal Jaime Sin of Manila says he is exdttxi over evange- lization in Asia and has great hopes for dialogue and recon- ciliation in the region, particu- larly in the church in China. The age of evangelization of Asia is just beginning, and reli- gious have the sal role of bringing Jtus Christ to the region, Cardinal Sin ,id in a late-january statement on the church in Asia.