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15 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Street , zy 1St Int Washirt0n 41 JOHN MANGIN Owner The Decorating Corner 21 East South Washington, IN 47501 Business: 254-7794 Home: 254-3087 Living ,L(is Word A radio Bible teaching with Dr. Ann Giles WVHI- 1330 AM Mon. - Fri., 11:45 to Noon Mon. - Sat., 5 p.m. is a [arap to my feet anaf a {th to rny path. " Psalm 119:105 Please Support Messoge Advertisers Delivery an Pharmacy SPecialists WSlnbach Ave. EIS, Prop. 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 BUilt in 1825 for Noon Day Coach Stop & Trading Post CIALLY RECOGNIZED AS RESTAURANT IN INDIANA NORTH OF EVANSVILLE OF US 41 ON OLD STATE ROAD Or /, EARLY STAGE :0000llllll00 COACH STOP the Original Log Room . raham Lincoln was in November 1844 ;ERVED by Ala Carte Menu STYLE for 4 or More Beer - Wine - Cocktails ROOM SEATING 500 from 4 to 10:30 p.m. lday. Saturday day and Monday Telephone 867-3216 RITA ELPERS, proprietors SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten TURN YOUR CHEEK Gospel for Sunday, February 22, 1 998 Luke 6:2 7-38 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time, C Cycle, a warning about judging others. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. ENEMIES DO GOOD HATE BLESS CURSE PRAY FOR THE CHEEK OTHER COAT SHIRT GIVE FROM YOU LOVE YOU CREDIT SINNERS LEND EXPECTING FATHER JUDGE CONDEMN MEASURE PRESSED SHAKEN RUNNING C O A T D O (3 O O D F X J U D (3 E D E S S E R P N H R L O V E Y O U O R E O S S E I M E N E M A K L T "! E D T N J O Y Y A E M H N D ! S B C O F H F E L E N D H L O U O S A A H (3 R E i E N D R F T S O C E R R S D E X P H U L K E C T S E V B P E R E T A H D M M I U R . R E .... X P E C T I N' G .... S" (c) 1998 Air Publishing Co, \\; TRUCK AND TRAILER SALES 10000 STATE HWY 57 EVANSVILLE, IN 47732 i i ZIEMER Funeral Homes iii i Four Convenient Locations HIGHLAND CHAPEL 6300 FIRST AVENUE Sts. Joan of Arc and Patrick School Kokomo, IN Elementary School Principal Sts. Joan of Arc and Patrick School is know for a strong commitment to faith, a state accredited quality education program and a dedicated staff. We have active support from parents and our community. Our two facility campus serves two parishes and has over 300 students in our pre-school through grade 7 program. Professional Qualifications: demonstrate exemplary leadership and knowledgeable in curriculum & instruction staff & program development. skilled in long range planning and systematic evaluation of programs and staff. , must be an active member of a Roman Catholic parish. hold or be eligible for an Indiana School Administrator License. Personal Qualifications: . child-oriented and compassionate to student needs. posses strong communication skills, capable of establishing rapport with staff, parents and children, flexible and energetic. Please submit letter of interest, resume, transcripts, and references by Match 1, 1998 to: Steven Kuhtman Sts. Joan of Arc & Patrick School 1230 N. Armstrong Street Kokomo, IN 46901 Libya welcome Pope John Paul II told Libya's first ambassador to the Vatican that peaceful coex- istence "is possible only if every human action is based on dialogue, respect and col- laboration." The pope wel- comed Ambassador Husein- Fuad Mustafa Kabazi to the Vatican Feb. 16. Advice for business Father Michael Scanlan, pres- ident of the Franciscan Univer- sity of Steubenville, Ohio, urged more than 300 Catholic business leaders and their spouses to "make an appoint- ment with God every day, even if only for five minutes, and ask him to use you." Father Scans lan was the keynote speaker at a Legatus conference in San Diego. 'A dark day" Pro-life groups expressed their displeasure with the Sen- ate's confirmation Feb. 10 of Dr. David Satcher as surgeon general. "It is a dark day in American history when the Senate confirms as 'America's doctor' a man who condones killing babies as they're being born," mid a Feb. 10 statement by Judie Brown, president of the American Life League. Communion o.k. Southern Africa's bishops have accepted recommenda- tions that Christians from other churches be allowed to receive the Eucharist on spe- cial occasions. Healer identified An Italian woman who led a healing service in a Bronx Catholic church Feb. 6 says she is the one who facilitated the healing of Mother Angelica's leg and back infirmities. Paola Albertini said the Blessed Mother appeartd to her Jan. 28 while she was praying the rosary and that the healing ttk place at that time. Rights, vetoed Maine voters Feb. 10 vetoed a homosexual rights law. The Catholic Diocese of Portland, which encompasses the state, declared itself neutral on the referendum but "not neutral on matters of human sexuali- ty or human rights." More than corned beef, cabbage Michael James Fallon wants everyone to know that St, Patrick's Day is much more than corned beef, cabbage and green beer. His first book, "The Definitive St. Patrick's Day Fes- tivity Book," offers activities songs and skits, history and recipes, as welt as the words to some Irish toasts mad blessing. ($21.95 from Educate, I-8- MARCH l,,  r from and lrLh gift shopsj