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1998 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 19 , Built in 1825 for Noon Day Stage Coach Stop & Trading Post = OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED AS rilE OLDEST RESTAURANT IN INDIANA LES NORTH OF EVANSVILLE EAST OF US 41 ON OLD STATE ROAD EARLY STAGE 't ,,f,l! COACH STOP ne in the Original Log Room Abraham Lincoln was in _ -in November 1844 DINNERs SERVED by Ala Carte Menu or FAMILY STYLE for 4 or More braught Beer - Wine - Cocktails , DINING ROOM SEATING 500 . erVing Dinner from 4 to 10:30 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday i Closed Sunday and Monday % _ iVansville Telephone 867-3216 (&ENE and RITA ELPERS, proprietors His Word A radio Bible teaching with Dr. Ann Cries WVHI- 1330 AM Mon. - Fri., 11:45 to Noon Mon. - Sat., 5 p.m.. is a [amp to my feet and a fiE& to my path. " Psalm 119:105 "A Famih' Serving Families" QRADLEY,Sb COLONIAL CHAPEL, INC. 1005 E. Main Street Boonville, Indiana 47601 812-897-1459 Ann M. Bradley-Holland rector Funeral Director Funeral News number" 897-6805 ' BENEDICT ANNUAL FRY 'X FRIDAYS IN LENT )rUary 27; March 6, 13, 27; April 3 )lee: Icelandic cod (fried or baked) or Whole catfish fiddlers lus two sides, drink and dessert law, baked beans, potato salad or chips :ids: Cheese pizza $1 per slice Per Person Serving 5 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. C;afeteria 530 S. Harlan SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten CAUGHT Gospel for Sunday, March 29, 1998 John 8:!-I I Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Fifth Sunday of Lent, C Cycle, the woman caught in adultery. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. OWN HOUSE MOUNT OF OLIVES TEMPLE PEOPLE SAT DOWN WOMAN CAUGHT TEACHER MOSES BENT DOWN FINGER AMONG FIRST A STONE WROTE GROUND AWAY ONE BY ONE BEGINNING BEFORE NO ONE CONDEMNED YOU DO 1 S E L P M E T H G U A C B E N T D O W N G J O D T E A C H E R R D N I_ K N N G H F D O I D W L M W O D I I U P E O P L E O T R D N A M O W S D S D S A D G N O O N E B U T A W S E V I L O S E O A D A D R D W N D O F H S D Y U A M O N G M O N M O U N T O F E T O R W U G O O N E B Y O N E O (c) 1998 Air Publishing Co. Visiting Nurse Plus, Inc. Supportive services that make a difference. VNP has provide a variety of supportive home health services to area families since 1982. Call us to review a video of our services. VISITING NURSE ::2 Evansville 610 E Walnut St. (812) 425-0853 Princeton 108 N First Ave. (812) 385-3717 Pre-school through high school (500+ students) Qualifications: Degree with experience in religious education/theology preferred. Certification/formal training/experience will also be accepted. Application/r6sum6 requested by April 4, 1998. Send to... or for more information... Seeking release After successfully making an appeal in Cuba, Pope John Paul 1I asked Nigeria's mili- tary government to release some 60 political prisoners held in the country's jails. He visited Nigeria March 21-23. Praises pope Cardinal John J. O'Connor of New York welcomed the action of the Clinton adminis- tration in easing restrictions on thesending of humanitar- ian aid to Cuba. "Our Holy Father has done what only he could do," Cardinal O'Cormor commented .March 20. Poland in 1999 Cardinal Jozef Glemp of Warsaw said he is confident Pope John Paul II will re-visit his homeland of Poland in 1999. Such a visit would be Pope John Paul's eighth pil- grimage to Poland. Using the 'net More than two dozen U.S. dioces and religious orders have found candidates for the priesthood and religious life through the World Wide Web, according to the U.S. bishops' Committee on Vocations. They found 89 active Web sites offering vocations infor- mation for U.S. Catholics. Raising salaries The Catholic bishops of Syracuse have announced a plan to move the starting salaries of Catholic school teachers from the current level of less than half of starting :public school salaries up to 70 percent of the public rate by the 2007-08 school year. 205 percent A capital campaign intend- ed to raise $50 million for the Atlanta Archdiocese has actu- ally taken in more than $102.6 million in pltges to assist the archdiocese in responding to the rapid rate of growth of its Catholic population. 'Death care' exposd U.S. News & World Report cited 68-year-old Father Henry Wasielewski of Temi., Ariz., as a modem-day David engaged in an ongoing battle with ,'death care Goliaths." The priest claims many mor- tuaries overcharge grieving families by thousands of dol- lars and many morticians ply priests, ministers and others with expensive gifts so they will push busin.s their way and not raise questions. Series pulled ABC has pulled "Nothing .cred" from its Saturda hedute for the foabte future, accxrding to a network pokeswoman, who added it Dsible it may never return to the network. ii i i L i IIIjUL j ..L . DRE Search Committee St, Mary Porish 313 N Washington Street Huntingburg, IN 47542 (812) 683,2372