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13, 1992 The Message m for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Please remember these faithful departed in your prayers 1, Arvin. 40, St. Marlin, Feb. 8. Auffart, 74, St. Ferdi- :t, Feb. 9. Louise Barrett. 87, St, loll, Feb. 2. Beck, 62. SI. Mary, Feb. 24. rach. 4, S1. Antlmny, le, Feb. 21. A. Bright, Jr., 47, Sa- Vincennes, Fell. 15. l, Brock,lode, 86, St, ', EVansville, Feb. 20. Buechler, 80, Sacred chnellville, Jan. 31. L. Burns, 54, St. An- ;. F'eb. 22. L. Buschkuetter, 48, St. Jan. 30. Clark, 42, St. Mary, Feb. 9. kgnes Dages, 86, St. ton, Feb. 17. n Dougan, 83, Holy ansville, Feb. 4. Droll, 74, Holy Spirit, e, Feb. 15. Oria Dunkei, 84, St. Theresa, Ewmsville, Feb. 14. Otto Durchholz, 87, S1, An- thony, Evansville,, Feb. 21. PAul Englehart, 96, St. Simon, Washington, Feb. 16. Frances A. Fuhs, 77, Holy l"amily, Jasper, Fel). 12. Katherine I. Gramelspacher, 88, St. Joseph, Jasper, Feb. 21. Clarence Hagerty, 87, St. John, I,oog(n)h;, Feb. 23. Attoinetle Hasenour, 90, St. Anthony, St. Anthony, Feb. 8. Rav C. Hausmann, St., 77, St. Boniiace, Evansville, I:eb. 18. Mary Ann Hironimus, 52, Holy Rosary, Evansville,, Feb. 21. Leo A. Hoffman, 89, St. Mary, Ireland. F'eb. 10. Dorothy K. Hughes, 72, St. Theresa, Ewmsvillc, Feb. 7. Hugh Jones, 43, St. Benedict, Ewmsville, Feb. 9. Patricia A. Jones, 41, St. Mary, Washington, Fell. 14. Ioseph lunge, 92, SI. Joseph, Dale, Feb. 11. Margaret Kiefer, 80, St. John, Vin(:ennes, Feb. 11. AUTO TOPS , SEAT COVERS, BOAT COVERS STEREO SALES & INSTALLATIONS 254-3943 tWY 50 EAST, BEHIND UPS CENTER EUGENE WELP, OWNER Slella Ruth King, 75, St. Mary, Hunlingburg, Feb. 22. Cornelius O. Krapf. 76, St. loscq)h, lasl)el', Feb. 1. Raymond A. Lullerhach, 80, St. Bonifa(:e, Evansville, FOb. 14. Frank Mackeu, 83, St. Theresa, Evansville, Feb. 12. William C. McBride. 92, St. Bonifa(:e, h:wmsvillc , Feb. 11. Robert McDaniel, 74, St. An- thony, Evansvilh,, Feb. 2. l]enrietla Meyer, 90, St. Mary, I hmlingburg, Fel). 11. Alla Munsterman, 86, St. Joseph, Evansville, Feb. 8. Marl Ellen Peek, 21, St. Mary, Washington, F'eb. 23. Rose A, Persohn, 89, Sacred l teart, S(:hnellvillc, Feb. 4. Matthew I. Prasek, 28, Holy Spirit, Evansvilh,', Feb. 6. Louise Raufeisen, 84, Sacred ttearl, Schnellville, Feb. 19. Marlyna Reardon, 84, St. Josepll, Ewmsville. Feb. 11. Camille Pal Roberts. 78, St. Simon, Washington, Fell. 27. John F. Rogers, 76, St. John, Vin(:ennes, Jan. 28. Ernestine Rupp, 83, St. An- thony, Evansville, Feb. 24. Catherine A. Schaefer, 88, St. Simon, Washinghm, Feb. 9. Robert Schmalz, 87, St. Be, n(;- dict. Evansville Feb. 15. Marcella Schnaus, 79, St. Fer- (linan(t. F'er(tinand, Feb. 9. Frieda Sergesketter, 77, St. Josel)h, Jasper, Feb. 15. Gordon Singer, 21, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Feb. 8, luanita Sparks, 77, SI. loseph. Ewmsville, Feb. 19. David Sparrow, 46, St. loseph, Evansville, Feb 20. Jeffrey Tanner, 32, St. Mary, Hunlingburg, Feb. 7. Harry Tenbarge, 51, St. Josc't)h, Evansville, Fell. 6. Lula Tenbarge, 95, St. Wendel, St. Wendel, Feb. 14. Bernard Toby, 81, Sacred Heart, Schnelh'ille, Feb. 1. Theodore Uland, 64, Precious Blood, ]ast)er, Feb. 20. Mabel Van Meter, 85, St. John, Loogootee, Jan. 24. Albert Wahl, 78, St. Joseph, 1)ah,', Feb. 12. Gertrude Waiters, 88, St. Mary, Washington, Feb, 21. Leo W. Whaley, 83, St. An- thtmv, St. Anthony, Feb. 20. Marie Wilson, 86, St. Bene- (lit:t, Evansville, Feb. 10. I Subscribe to the Message[ bets County Bank ".._ YOUR FIVE STAR SERVICE BANK ..._ "Funeral Pre-Planning Since 1940" Miller & Miller 424-9274 DAY OF SPIRITUAL GROWTH teachings by 0 1)0ROTHEA DeGRANDIS SUDOL Ro:sld, es Work ng in the Charismatic renewal since lt)70 with her brother Roy b'tt U  . " ' lh .eGrandls, S.S.J., she has givel sere nws and workshops throughot t e 'orla ' Workshops on the gifts of the HOLY SPIRIT: Prophecy, Healing, Word of Knozvledge, Word of _ Wisdom, Prayingfor Miracles Saturday, April 4, 1992 Starts at 9:00 am -- Lunch 12:30- 1:30 Bring brown bag hmch (I)rink> prm'ided) Dinner (out) 5:30- 7:30 -- Ends 9:00 p.m. l.ove offering will be taken SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH Parish Hall. 2004 North 2nd St. Vincennes, Indiana Sponsored by Christian Life Paryer Group For information call (812) 882-3365 or (812) 882-8315 SECONDARY PRINCIPALSHIP OPENING ,,. BISHOP LUERS HIGH SCHOOL ""JES 9-12 FORT WAYNE, INDIANA ENROLLMENT: 470 North Central anl State el Indiana Accredited Candidates must be practicing Catholics and Eligible for an Indiana Secondary license. alary is negotiable according to degree and experience. Please contact Catholic Sclxs Office P.O. Box 390 Fort Wayne, Indiana 4680! )E (219) 422-4611 31, 1992 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Autol Home! Fire & Lifel Your Personal Service Agent James L. Will Ins. Agency Inc. 1925 W. Franklin Street 425-3187 HWY. 231 SOUTH JASPER, INDIANA 47546 PHONE: 812-482-3800 "THEONLYBANKYOU'LLEVERNEED" Best Pizza in Town P Pizza Pasta Salad Bar Sandwiches Nachos Free Delivery after 4:00 p.m. mmmmmnmmmmmmm 864 S. Green River Rd. Lawndale Shopping Center Evansville, IN 474-1200 Hwy 66 & 261 Newburgh, IN 853-9200 US 231 North Jasper, IN 634-1844 11 Church/World Pray for Peace The head of the U.S. bishops' conference, Arch- bishop Daniel E. Pilarczyk of Cincinnati, has asked U.S. Catholics to join Irish Catholics in praying for peace in Northern Ireland, facing "the worst violence m many years." Religious loaders in Northern Ireland have called for a National Day of Prayer for Peace to be held March 15. Priest prohibited Cardinal Ricardo Vidal of Cebu told presidential can- didate Fidel Ramos that he will bar a Father Fr from running for Cebu gov, ernor in the May 11 elec- would be an insult:to the leadership of laypeople. Priest reports stigmata News crews and :curios, ity-seekers began converg- ]ng on a Vir near Washing pastor who bears mar James C. Bruse of St. ] beth Lake Rid F an in late December when a statue he g, wee ues he has touched have re, portedly wept. 'Cannot find' couple Pope John Paul II said he is eager to canonize a mar- ried couple, but he cannot find any candidates in the Vatican's saint-making pipeline. The pope said nuns, priests and members of religious orders have or- ganizational support. Catholics evangelized Evangelization '92 in New Jersey's Newark Arch- diocese drew 1,800 Catholics, Feb. 28-March 1. It was partly a follow-up to the Billy Graliam Crusade last summer, at which hun- dreds of Catholics signed cm'ds'declaring their desire for a more personal rela- tionship with Jesus Christ. Quayles choose i are