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< 1997 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana se pray for these dearly departed 61, Holy Spir- 10. 80, Sacred Jan. 1. 90, Holy Jan. 12. Mae Sacred Heart, an. 25. e J., 72, St. Jan. 1 15, Sacred Jan. 13. Dorothy, 87, 18. 95, St. Jan. 21. 85, St. Bene- 11 Sylvester, 85, Jan. 27. 84, St. 5. ., 77, St. Fran- & Semis ',reek Rd. cis Xavier, Vincennes, Jan. 7. Brosmer, Todd, 11, St. Mary, Ireland, Jan. 10. Bohr, James E., 68, St. John, Vincennes, Dec. 30. Buchholz, Wilben 83, St. Joseph, Jasper, Jan. 26. Burris, John S., 79, St. Mary, Washington, Jan. 14. Coakley, John J., 72, St. Peter, Linton, Jan. 25. Coreoran, Margaret, 83, Christ the King, Evansville, Jan. 5. Craney, Camilla, 95, All Saints, Cannelburg, Jan. 8. Crouse, Mildred, 73, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Jan. 31. Duncan, Alta, 75, Corpus Christi, Evansville, Jan. 30. Eble, Alfred, 68, St. Rupert, Red Brush, Jan. 17. Ekstein, Herman, 90, St. Benedict, Evansville, Jan. 1. Faust, Catherine, 73, St. John, Loogootee, Dec. 28. Foler, Gilbert "Eugene," 65, St. Clement, Boonville, Jan. 8. Gay, David, 32, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Jan. 12. Glass, Martha, 84, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Jan. 8. Harned, James William, 74, St. Clement, Boonville, Jan. 5. DON'T PLAX ON 0000']79]0CF A SOUl) PdgT]RE51EX7 PLAN" For advice concerning the financial aspect of your retirement, call HiUiard Lyons. Whether you plan on retiring in two years or twenty- ,five, we can help .you find ways to make the vest of what you have. Receiving a lump sum distribution from your rapany's pension plan? Let the retirement nniag specialists at Hilliard Lyons show you ow to invest to preserve capital, defer taxes, and aim for growth to help you enjoy the kind f retirement you deserve. It is never too early to start planning for your retirement; call today. (812) 426-1481 s (888) 426-1481 C, ,,,jh,,(,,/; c),,.(, l,:/j 8" p.,. Please Support Message Advertisers PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2345 W. Franklin St. 425-4364 Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 Harrison, Carl, 67, Sacred Heart, Evansville, Jan. 20. Head, Ernest, 84, Sacred Heart, Evansville, Jan. 12. Hoefling, Dolores, 69, St. Joseph, Vanderburgh County, Jan. 29. Hutchison, Martin, 75, St. Boniface, Evansville, Jan. 20. Iffrlg, Bernard, 81, St. Clement, Boonville, Dec. 23. Ivers, Glenna, 68, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Jan. 14. Jahn, John, 74, St. Joseph, Jasper, Jan. 8. Kijonka, Ella, 70, St. Joseph, Vanderburgh County, Jan. 24. King, Stanford, 53, Good Shepherd, Evansville, Jan. 22. Kippenbrock, Hubert, 69, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, Jan. 10. Knebel, Kevin, 24, St. Peter Celestine, Celestine, Jan. 29. Kohl, Mary, 93, St. Benedict, Evnasville, Jan. 27. Kordes, Alois, 92, Mary Help of Christians, Mariah Hill, Jan. 3. LaRoy, Joseph, 75, St. Theresa, Evansville, Jan. 17. Lorey, Agila, 90, St. Joseph, Jasper, Jan. 8. Loveall, L. Wayne, 79, St. Joseph, Jasper, Jan. 4. Luebbhusen, Roman, 55, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, Jan. 6. Mattingly, Alice, 74, St. John, Loogootee, Jan. 28. Myers, William, 79, St. Peter, Montgomery, Jan. 10. O'Neal, Dorothy, 77, St. John, Loogootee, Dec. 30. Overfield, Robert, 73, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Dec. 5. Papal, Corinne, 68, St. Peter Celestine, Celestine, Jan. 4. Payne, John R. "Dick," 64, Sacred Heart, Evansville, Jan. 3. Polk, Robert, 67, St. Clement, Boonville, Jan. 8. Redman, James, 57, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Jan. 5. Reker, Rosemary, 69, St. Joseph, Jasper, Jan. 6. Rohlfer, Harry "Pete," 86, St. Theresa, Evansville, Dec. 30. Scheitlin, Frank, 75, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Jan. 22. Schwinghammer, Mildred, 70, St. Joseph, Jasper, Jan. 19. Seib, Gerald, 49, St. Wendel, St. Wendel, Jan. 17. Seng, Sylvester, 82, Holy Family, Jasper, Jan. 29. Sievers, JoyAnn, 64, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Jan. 26. Southerland, Jesse, 80, St. Benedict, Evansville, Jan. 3. TenBarge, Glenn, 67, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt, Jan. 23. Thomas, Anna, 72, Good Shepherd, Evansville, Jan. 2. Tretter, Patrick, 49, St. Fer- dinand, Ferdinand, Jan. 15. Tromley, John, 62, St. John, Vincennes, Jan. 12. Verkamp, Cecelia, 87, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, Jan. 9. Wempe, William, 81, St. Boniface, Evansville, Jan. 18. Wigand, Raymond, 81, St. Peter Celestine, Celestine, Jan. 16. Williams, Dorothy, 80, All Saints, Cannelburg, Jan. 24. Winzeler, Frank, 84, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Jan. 20. Wyatt, Erma, 86, Old Cathe- dral, Vincennes, Jan. 20. Zeller, Louis, "Mike," 81, St. Theresa, Evansville, Jan. 24. SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten AT HAND Gospel for Sunday, February 16, 1997 Mark I:12-15 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the First Sunday of Lent. B Cycle, the story of Jesus in the desert. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. SPIRIT DROVE HIM FORTY TEMPTED BY SATAN WAS WITH WILD BEASTS ANGELS TO HIM AFTER JOHN JESUS CAME INTO GALILEE PREACHING SAYING TIME FULFILLED KINGDOM AT HAND REPENT BELIEVE A T H A N D J E S U S D N I J F O R T Y J O R E G R P T N E P E R O Q L E i Y E D T M V V X P L L P M R E ! U E D R R ! S S 0 B T 0 H I M G E F, T A D Y E I T L A A A L S Y G S M N i E D L C U A I N A P T W B V I H F E N I T T 0 S D D L i W B G K A E A A O P E N X J O H N D W W P B E G Q (c) t 997 AIt Publishing Co. t * t ] i1, tl tlm,i 11 Church/World Pope had flu Pope John Paul II has fol, lowed doctors' orders and can- celed official duties for sever- a] days so he could rest and recover from the flu. Vatican spokesman Joaquin Navarro- Valls said Feb. 7 that the pope was "doing well." Agreement reached San Francisco city officials and Archbishop William J. Levada have reached an agree- ment on wording of a domestic partners ordinance. Catholic Charities provides services to the city, but agencies that do not comply with the new ordi- nance would be denied con- tracts. The church will not agree that domestic partners are equivalent to spouses,but has agreed to expand insurance coverage to another person in an employee's household, in accord with the new wording; An employee may designate a legally domiciled memler of the employee's household as being eligible for spousal equivalent benefits., Bishops bless NCR The National Catholic Reporter, which was once denounced by the bishopwho helped found it, had its offices blessed in January by Bish- op Raymond J. Boland of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Mo., and Archbishop James P. Keleher of Kansas City, Kan, Kansas City-St. Joseph Bish. Martyrl  early Februa murd of a bishop in the southe Philippines has signs of strengthening Ch ian-Muslim dialogue in the cotmlzy. 'qbhen there is a mar- tyr, one who died for a cause, then the cause is strong, ened," i d Bishop Antonio R. I Tobias of San Fernando de la Union, Philippines | tu' I Sta e supernatural