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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 1 Cath, lic scnoois by the Tra, Elition Card. :h purchase using Tradition support n. L3322 Bank. 1 t s Pharmacy Delivery 3 Locust Street Y Stratman 425-5293 Pharmacy Specialists ach Ave. ULTHEIS, Prop, .) Please Support Message Advertisers PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2345 W. Franklin St. 425-4364 Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 "HNEIDER HEATING & AJC. INC. 24 HR SERVICE 428-2665 118 W. Franklin St., Evansville, IN services Y home. Avenue 47501 SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten SEEING THE LORD Gospel for Sunday, April 6. 1997 John 20:19-3 ! BusI 00IESS e AUTO e HOME Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Second Sunday of Easter, B Cycle, the appearance of the risen Christ to his disciples. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. EVENING FIRST DAY WEEK DOORS THE JEWS JESUS CAME PEACE SHOWED THEM HANDS FATHER SO ! SEND BREATHED RECEIVE THOMAS TWIN DISCIPLES FINGER MY LORD MANY SIGNS PRESENCE HAVE LIFE IN HIS NAME T F S P R E S E N C E P H I I J E S U S C A M E 0 N G R E C E ! V E A A M G N D S D N A H D N C A E S B N T D T D I S E S R J O R H D I O S I V M E F I L E V A H C H E Y N A M W J A N Y ! N N L K T O D E I T D P 1 I O F H D W W E D H L D N R S E D T S D K O E D G D S R O O D D N E " S D "X .... (c) 1997 Air Publishing Co. i TF S Box 68. Montgomery, Indiana47558 l)onah] I. Tra\\;'lor t'rosident Phone: 4a6-3285 Main Street Pharmacy 217 E Man St,. Downtown Wasnngbn Phone: 254-5141 ==i11==.=,[.],'..]:,,[,==-- "- LinCo Coffee Sewices Total Be erage Distributor Indiana-lllinois-Ke ntuck 46 Varities of Coffees and Teas t%HATEVER YOUR TASTE, I - I,'E CAN MATCH IT \\;%a,imGlon 2-M-440' [k an,.',, iht, 4__-l,",, , Hi-Tech Sheet Metal Inc. R(M(hmtial. Industrial & C(mmwrcial t lest in,,,4 & Cooling Installali(m Sale,s & Scrviue I 400.z-oz4z I Opernted by ,'ffichoel and l'otricio Kot:h 15 S. "['hird :\\;' t,lltltL Evansvilh, ii i I HELFRICH  Insurance Agency 1 464-5993 M&S Fire & Safety Equip. Co. Inc. O,,'er 5 yas sa,b a,, sew',ce m the Tri-stR,e 670 E. Franklin 4243863 Help Wanted Swimming pool construction and repair. Trainee or experiencea. Phone 853-2400 or. 925-3700 for an interview Vincennes B cre:! Sacoorn AmBank p,;ce:o Member F.D.I.C II I DENNIS K. FELDHAUS JAMES A. NIEMEIER Mater Dei Class of 70 Mater Dei Class of '69 GEORGE P. HELFRICH Mater Dei Class of '69 "'We support Catholic Education" 15 Church/World II ] II I II I I 1 Crowd smaller About 300 Latin-rite Catholics attended Easter Mass at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, as tensions between Israelis and Pales- tinians mounted. At least 1,000 last year crowded inside the church that was built where tradition holds that Jesus was buried and rose from the dead. Joy 'disturbed' Pope John Paul II said on Easter Monday that the joy ofthe holiday season was dis- turbed by the news that dozens of Albanian tfugees had died on Mah Friday, when their boat col; lided with an Italian naval vessel. vo stadium and later meet with non-Catholic religious representatives during his overnight stop in the Bosh, tan capital April 12-13. Transition Bishop Rene H. Gracida of Corpus Christi, Texas, has resigned, effective April 1, and has been succeeded by his coadjutor, Bishop Roher- to O. Gonzalez. Despite the fact that the papal pro-nuncio and three at Datlas;'Bish6p :John f:W:, I Yanta was installed as the Diocese of Amarillo's seventh bishop March 17. Married priests? Milwaukee Archbishop Rembert G. Weakland said in a talk, "The question of the ordination of women is total- ly out of the que:tion in terms of seeing that as a po.asible solution," but the possibility of ordaining married men as priests is one that theoreti- cally cannot be dismis,.d," Suit/Countersuit An interfaith charity that is being sued by the city of Sacramento to stop its feed- ing of the poor on Sundays has countersued, claiming a violation of its First Amend- ment rights. The charity, called Loaves and Fishes, eerves up to 1,000 meals a day and offers other services to the r and homeless in a bloek'!ong complex that it I operates. In January the city filed a complaint a-usL the charity  violating clty : i mlPalatins and m a public nuisance: ill