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8 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana ! ! !: J Pope's rescheduled U.S. visit is one day l NEW YORK (CNS) -- New :: Yorkers who originally planned to see Pope John Paul II last October will get a one- day bonus for waiting a year. The Vatican announced March 2 that the pope will visit the United Nations, sev- eral New York and New Jersey sites and Baltimore Oct. 4-8. This will make his stay in the New York area one day longer than was called for in last year's plan, which had to be canceled because of the pope's slow recovery from surgery after he broke his thigh bone. No detailed schedule of the visit was available immedi- ately, but it is expected to be similar to last year's. RCIA Continued from page 1 Abshire, Nelson Boyd, Tina Boyd, Karen Cikra, Kim Crews, Karen Ford, Rick Hem- mer, Luke Logsdon, Patricia Goodwine-Moore, Debbie Mur- ray, Ashley Staples, Dale Williams. Nativity, Evansville CATECHUMENS: Brad Austin, Nell Carpenter, Robert Fruit, Mark Oldham. CANDIDATES: Donna Bel- parlando, Edward Biederwolf, Sharon Ewers, Dan Hensley, Paul Holcomb, Joyce Such. St. Benedict, Evansville CATECHUMENS: Kellie Carter, Terry Piatt, Todd Tucker. CANDIDATES: Nancy Cole- man Brandle, Lani Quinton, Lynn Schnautz. Among local events expected to be carried over to the new schedule are: -- Mass for young people in the New York Archdiocese. -- Visits to St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York, Sacred Heart Cathedral in Newark, N.J., and the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore. Outdoor Masses in Giants Stadium in New Jersey and Oriole Park in Baltimore. -- A prayer meeting at Shea Stadium in the Brooklyn Dio- cese. From a global standpoint the centerpiece of the papal trip will still be his visit to the United Nations Oct. 5. Last year that visit was to mark the U.N. International Year of the Family. This year it will mark the 50th anniver- sary of the United Nations, which was formed Oct. 24, 1945. Pope John Paul's U.S. ar- rival Oct. 4 will be the anniver- sary of another historic occa- sion. It will be 30 years to the day since the first time a reign- ing pope set foot on U.S. soil. On Oct. 4, 1965, Pope Paul VI landed in the morning, vis- ited St. Patrick's, met privately with President Lyndon B. Johnson, spoke at and toured the United Nations, celebrated Mass in Yankee Stadium, vis- ited the Vatican Pavilion of the World's Fair and left late that night to return to Rome. Cardinal William H. Keeler Tracy Dossett, Andrew Saltz- man, David Williams. CANDIDATES: Halvor Aakhus, Michael Aakhus, Pa- tricia Aakhus, Deena Garrett, Barbara Neidig, Shannan Nei- dig, Mary Saltzman. EVANSVILLE WEST DEANERY Corpus Christi, Evans- ville CATECHUMENS: Heidi L. Petrig, Connie Schweizer, Mark A. Springer. CANDIDATES: Elaine S. Bizer, Anthony Day, Mark A. Holm. Holy Angels, New Har- mony CANDIDATE: Jack Wilson cock, Jennifer Damm, Gayle Hardesty, James Lindsey, Kelly Raymond, Michael Schultz, Vicki Schultz, Keith Sweeney. St. Anthony, Evansville CATECHUMEN: Linda Chittenden. CANDIDATES: Leslie Adams, Pauline Wheeler. St. Boniface, Evansville CATECHUMEN: Kerri Nel- ligan. CANDIDATES: Patricia Gibson, Melinda Hamilton, Lucia Hilton, Susan R. Lester, Marsha Williams. St. Joseph, Vanderburgh County CATECHUMENS: Matthew Goffinet, Carl Johnson, Theresa Kissel. St. John, Daylight CANDIDATES: Dee Higgs, Jill Titzer. St. Joseph, Evansville CATECHUMENS: Dedric Spinks, Misty Widmer. CANDIDATES: Jody Hobbs, Shelley Mehling. St. Mary, Evansville CATECHUMENS: Exin Aakhus, Charles Brown, Mea- gan Brown, Denise Clements, Holy Redeemer, Evans- ville CATECHUMENS: Stephanie Holmes, John Scott, Cary Whitaker. CANDIDATES: Lori Doellet- zki, Rick Goelz, Mary Ann Rust, Mike Rust, Debbie Scott. Resurrection, Evansville CATECHUMENS: Shari Creekmur, Sherry Stute, Carol Wigand. CANDIDATES: Mark Ad- St. Philip, St. Philip CATECHUMENS: David Curry, Julie Folz, Leslie Knox, Owen Meador, Chad Nix, Reg- gie Wulff. CANDIDATES: Susan L. Durachta, Linda Gustafson, Jeff Norman, Angie Ross, Scott Schoettlin. St. Theresa, Evansville CATECHUMENS: Andrew Kemp, Sarah White, Kim Wolfe. Donation A check for $2,221.16 is presented to Rudy Montejano for Marian Day School by the Knights of St. John Commandery 345 of Haubstadt. The money was raised by making and selling sausage. Above, are Scott Stoll, Paul Glaser, Montejano, Monty Lamey and Gary Nau. of Baltimore said planning for this October's trip will take up where it left off last Septem- ber, when the 1994 visit was postponed. "We will welcome a man who, in the past several months, has seen his book be- come an international best seller, has been named Time magazine's 'Man of the Year' and who in his trip to the Philippines has attracted one of the largest crowds in his- tory," the cardinal said. As originally planned, Pope John Paul is expected to fly to Baltimore on the final day of his visit and return to Rome from Baltimore-Washington International Airport. Archbishop Renato R. Mar- tino, ppai nut United Nations, U.N. visit the popes great service oft tions for and He said instead of Oct. 4! visit because on Oct. 4 Cardinal John of New York ceses would itinerary sche Bishop Tho Brooklyn said, us needs to hear t courageous sor to the the f JASPER DEANERY Holy Family, Jasper CANDIDATES: Jay Henri- ott, Veda Vaughn. Mary Help of Christians, Mariah Hill CANDIDATES: Misty Gen- try, Paul Leffert, Angela Mullis. Precious Blood, Jasper CANDIDATE: Heather Pot- ter. Sacred Heart, Schnellville CTECHUMEN: Cori Catherine Lauer St. Celestine, Celestine CANDIDATES: Rene Ingle, Theresa Schitter. St. Henry, Dubois County CANDIDATE: Julie Kay Mutchman. St. Joseph, Jasper CATECHUMEN: Marsha Hagen CANDIDATES: Melonie Casey, Miriam Eckerle, Connie Harter, Kelly Roggenkamp, Brett Vinson. CAN Becker. St. James, Ct Jenkins. CAN , Rainey. St. Joseph,'l CATECHU Bryant, CA lian, Becky J' lian, Lisa R. elock. CATE' Wilson. C Bladen, Sacred CATE ...... Kays. C Danielle James St. NEWBURGH DEANERY St. Bernard, Rockport CATECHUMENS: Todd Lindsey, Lesley Miles. CANDIDATES: Madge Atkinson Brown, Kelly Gross, Kim Gross, Lisa Hicks, Marty Payton, Carolyn Stallings, Wendy Warsinsky, Laurie Wilcox, Mike Woodburn, Ra- mona Woodburn. St. Clement, Boonville CATECHUMENS: Jennifer Blaylock, Brandon Rankin. St. John the Baptist, Newburgh CATECHUMENS: Michael Baker, Stacey Spahn. CANDIDATES: Scott Curtis, Sharon Fuchs, Michael Koehne, Troy Kough, Judy O'Donoghue, Janett Spahn, Todd Weber, Marian Welte. St. Rupert, Red Brush CATECHUMEN: Michael Hughes. Lessmann, Ct Raines, Terry St. philit gan, St. ( genfelter, Mike Paul St. St. Kuhlman, Smith, Sts. PRINCETON Lynn DEANERY Joann Holy Cross, Fort Branch borne, I: CATECHUMEN: Melissa Wilzbacher. man.