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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana i BIG SALE OPEN HOUSE truss-rafters, lumber, DH windows, Wayne  doors, Allister operators, posts, fencing, decks, ; etc, er sq., shingles, metal siding. Sale Runs From March 23 to April 4 OPEN HOUSE & Sausage Fry Sat., April 4 nailing and hand saw contest, Sat., April 4 to 1 p.m. for $100 bills. Any purchase up to and 4 will qualify for a drawing for numerous bought and paid for during this sale can be delivered anytime. Roast pork and sausage will of charge on Saturday, April 4 from 10 a.m. to COUNTY METAL SALES Cannelburg, IN -- 3 miles East of Montgomery 812-295-4299 NAAS & SONS, INC. EXcavating & Trucking Trenching -Stone ,Gravel ,Asphatt n & Water & Sewer Lines Residential and Commercial 768-6450 Larry at 768-5806 _ FAX 812-768-5518 Mark at 867-7789 H.R. #1 (2 miles W. on 68), Haubstadt Tom at 768-5009 anb Shopping clients foi" in JASPER LUMBER CO. COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Ph: 482-1125 RT. 4, JASPER Christian Books & Gifts Bey & Charlie Mendel, oners (812)634*T/S6 46Jac.soS Jaspe,.tN47546 Temporary Position "VDiocesan Office of Communications te opening for a full-time secretary, for months. R. Leingang, p.o. Box 416% ['vans- lblephone (812) 424-5536. Fax (812) SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten STONES WOULD SHOUT Gospel for Sunday, April 5, 1998 Luke 19:28-40 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for Palm Sunday, C Cycle, Jesus' tri- umphal entry into Jerusalem. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. BETHANY MOUNT VILLAGE A COLT NO ONE UNTIE IT BRING HAS NEED OWNERS BROUGHT RODE ALONG ROAD OF OLIVES WHOLE MULTITUDE PRAISE GOD MIGHTY BLESSED PEACE GLORY TEACHER REBUKE SILENT R O A D B R O 'U G H T M M P D E D L R S E J O U I N R G S R E N W 0 H L G O O A "D V B S D A X T H O D L I F U R S D S I T N E L I S K N I E X T Y E O I D W E D G N D U M F A V B E D G N D G D O L K C D C W H O L E E U B E T H A N Y L D X E N U N T I E I T A D W P T L O C A P R G L O R Y (c) 1998 Air Publishing Co. ST. BENEDICT ANNUAL FISH FRY SIX FRIDAYS IN LENT February 27; March 6, 13, 27; April 3 Your Choice: Icelandic cod (fried or baked) or whole catfish fiddlers Plus two sides, drink and dessert Homemade slaw, baked beans, potato salad or chips For kids: Cheese pizza $1 per slice Adults $5 per person Serving 5 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. New School Cafeteria 530 S. Harlan i i Cook. ,mmediole Need Excellent Working Conditions Port-time position ot Monosfery Immoculote Conception in FerctinoncI. Pleosont work environment; hours vory. Contoct Tommy Angel ot (8]2) 367-]41 ]. ii iii i i i I I IIII III II Pastoral Associate Saint Anthony Church, Evansville -- To work as part of a Pastoral Team Bach('tor (?f A rls de,r'c des ired SEND RSUM TO: Search Committee St. Anthony Church = 704 First Avenue Evansville, Indiana 47710 Phone: (812) 423-5209 = Fax: (812) 424-M98 I I I !l II IIII I I II II t Serving Russia Pope John Paul II has named two bishops -- to make a total of four -- to help serve the 400,000 Catholics spread across the 13 time zones of the Russian Federa- tion. Bishops-designate Kle- mens Pickel, a 37-year-old German, and Jerzy Mazur, a 44-year-old Pole, will work, respectivel), in the European and Siberian Russian apos- tolic administrations. Helping Cuba At a Holy Thursday Mass scheduled in the Basilica of St. John Lateran in Rome, a spe- cial collection will be used to supply medicines to the ill in Cuba. Seeking peace More than 300 religious leaders, including 24 U.S. bishops, urged the Mexican and U.S. governments to act to end violence in the Mexican state of Chiapas. Stressing values Representatives of Euro- pean bishops' conferences plan to publish a document stressing the links between European Union expansion and Christian values. The "Manifesto for Europe" is to be finaliztxl at a 1999 Synod of Bishops for Europe in Rome. Nuns freed Two Spanish nuns kid- I napped by rebels in Rwanda were freed unharmed March 28 after giving medical treat- ment to the wounded com- rad of their kidnappers. Five Rwandan sisters had been released unharmed March 24. 'Rights' feared Catholic Church leaders in Britain oppose a Human Rights Bill, now under con- sideration, They fear being sued for refusing to marry me-x couples or for refus- ing to ordain women as priests, and that Catholic schools could be forcKI to hire teachers who are agnostics or atheists. Opposing ordinance Cardinal Anthony J. [vilac- qua of Philadelphia asked city pastors to inform their parisl- loners about proposed "life partners" city ordinanct and encourage them to si,n peti- tions opposing the measures. Film may offend Sinead O'Connor, fle Irish rcKk star who ripl.J up a pio ture of Pope John Paul 11 on U.S tck, vfsion, is now ap}ear- ing ,as the Blc'd Virgin in a r,w mov',"The Butcher k\\;'/' a fihn .'t in rural Ire!and in the