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%:/ The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana ion card' generates more for schools Card" _ the Schools Affinity has generated it began in Au- latest report Feb, 23 by Justin director of item Feb. 23 in- the earnings as the total life- card returns to one-half of ent of the amount it card.users. Director Oseph Ursuline for a De- Reporting to the candidate for strateq setting, for fund d public re- written and skills; adminis- md organiza- ated VOlunteers. For- COver letter by SUperior 42356 There are 5,736 cards in use throughout the diocese, aver- aging 85 cents per month. The Evansville East Dean- ery, with 1,376 cards, received a total of $52,626.90; the Evansville West Deanery, with 1,327 cards, received $47,276.80. Clements also reported the following activity: Jasper Deanery, 881 cards, income of $22,414.50. Newburgh Deanery, 509 cards, income of $17,193.80. Princeton Deanery, 477 cards, income of $12,467.80. Vincennes Deanery, 364 cards, income of $12,852.85. Washington Deanery, 500 cards, income of $13,199.65. Because of an "unrelated business income" tax liability, not all of the income has been distributed, Clements said. For the six month period from August 1995 to January DON'T TAKE ON THE STOCK MARKET ALONE THOMAS A, RUDER 3000 E. Morgan Ave. 473-0225 EdwardJones Serving IndividuaHnvestors Since z871 Catholic schools by USing the Tradition Card. purchase you make using Tradition Card goes Call 464-3322 or 1-800-777-3949 for details. Issued by Citizens Bank. St Pad( School located in Term Haul=, Indiana is a growing, progressive school offers pre-school  8th grade educafiomd programs for over 300 children. The school has ave W dedicated staff and positive lrfomatal support. The school receady earned finance Based Accw, ditafion by the af Indiana. a practicing Catholic with S:,,za.-). and benefits will be =zp=imce. tea and Inquires to: - Board of Religious Education " Terre Haute, IN 47808 (812) 232-2364 NAAS & SONS, INC. :Cavating & Trucking Trenching ,Stone .Gravel ,Asphalt & Water & Sewer Unes ,Residential and Commercial 768-6450 Larry at 68-06 - FAX 812-768-5518 Mark at 867-7789 H.R. #1 (2 miles W. on 68), Haubstadt Tom at 768-5009 1996, Clements reported: Evansville East -- Christ the King, $796.88; Good Shep- herd, $654.35; Holy Rosary, $1,276.30; Holy Spirit, $550.69; St. Benedict, $907.02; Memo- rial, $2,293.46. Evansville West -- Corpus Christi, $434.98; Holy Re- deemer, $815.59; Resurrection, $652.47; St. Joseph, Vander- burgh County, $394.20; St. Matthew, $326.24; St. Philip, $659.27; St. Theresa, $598.10; Marian Day School, $61.18; St. Wendel, $421.39; WCCS, $999.10; Mater Dei, $1,434.08. Jasper Deanery -- Holy Family, $1,682.76; Precious Blood, $1,238.69. Newburgh Deanery -- St. John, $1,552.15; St. Bernard, Rockport, $539.70. Princeton Deanery -- Holy Cross, $368.19; St. James, $455.62; St. Joseph, Princeton, $381.90; Sts. Peter and Paul, $508.74. In the Vincennes Deanery, Flaget and Rivet received $1,488.35. In the Washington Deanery, Washington Catholic Schools received $1,512.15. i II People we care about... Following is a feature in the Message, designed to help draw together the People of God in southwestern Indiana. Readers are invited to submit information about people who may benefit by some extra prayers and attention. Prayers are requested for Jim Redman, who is undergo- ing brain surgery this week. He is a teacher at Memorial High School, Evansville, and a parishioner at Holy Spirit Church, Evansville. Please send information for PEOPLE WE CARE ABOUT to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricla Hasten ' ELIJAH AND MOSES Gospel for Sunday, March 3, 1996 Matthew ! 7:!-9 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Second Sunday of Lent, A Cycle, the story of Jesus' transfiguration on the mountain. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. AFTER PETER LED THEM HIGH BEFORE THEM SHONE WHITE BEHOLD LORD WE ARE HERE ELIJAH BRIGHT MY BELOVED PLEASED RISE THEIR EYES M B L 1 K E T H A M E P T H G I F Y E F D D E S T B R P O L A B E E H P S R O R R L T E A D E O A O. R T W H ! T 1 V ! E E I D H S E S R H G D E E D E N O H S R D L O H E B C L S E Y E R ! E H HIS BROTHER HE WAS LIKE THE SUN APPEARED THREE CLOUD TOUCHED RAISED E S U N R B W A A E L P A L E P D" ! D E D J T A E A H R H H E E C E IV[ D U D M R O U D O T J O L ER &: MILLER "Funeral Pro.Planning Since 1940" 424-9274 (c) 1"996 AIt Publishing Co. ql, i, III i lie II III I I Wade Funeral Home 119 S. Vine Street, Haubstadt, IN 768-6151 Call about pre-need counseling. Robert J. Wade Alan j. Wad, ii i III ut ii i iH ,_ Peace Prize! 11