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13 1991 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Jasper Deanery Youth o cl ,on of the Participants in the 1991 Jasper Deanery High School retreat gather at the c n us" .Weekend, at Santa Claus Methodist Campground, Santa Claus. The retreat for 32 high school par- Ucipants was held March 16-17, on the theme, "Dying to Know You." Six youth and 10 adults began Planning the retreat in December. Six cooks assisted on the weekend. The sacrament of reconcilia- tion was celebrated, and time was provided for prayer, reflection and the liturgy. Papal Continued from page 1 religious freedom and praised the "dear Catholic community of Albania, who have remained faithful to the gospel of Christ" despite decades of harsh com- munist rule. The pope also wished Happy Easter in 56 languages, a new record. His previous high was 55 in 1989. On the evening of March 28, Holy Thursday, the pope wash- ed the feet of 12 priests during a Mass at Rome's St. John the Lateran Basilica, duplicating Christ's action at the Last Sup- per wheal he washed the feet of the 12 apostles. On Good Friday, March 29, the pope spent 90 minutes in the early afternoon hearing the confessions of 12 people in St. Peter's Basilica. Later he presided at a Liturgy of the Word in St. Peter's Basilica commemorating Christ's pas- sion, the final hours of Christ's life as told in St. John's Gospel. In the evening of Good Fri- day, the pope presided at a b i revised Way of the Cross Rome's Colosseum. at Several of tile 14 stations lacking biblical support were replaced by others, said Msgr. Piero Marini, Vatican official in charge of papal liturgical ceremonies. Dropped were the three falls of Christ, his meeting with his mother and his meeting with St. Veronica. Added were the agony in the garden, the betrayal of Judas, Peter's denial of Christ, Christ's promise of redemption to the' good thief, and Jesus on the cross as his mother and St. John watched from below. Msgr, Marini said the revised Way of the Cross is an alter- native and the old stations are still valid. On the night of March 30, Ho- ly Saturday, the pope presided at Easter Vigil ceremonies in St. Peter's Basilica. This included baptizing and confirming in the same ceremony 26 people from eight nations and celebrating Mass. How Gzuld Such A DumbBird Be SuchASmart Investment? I I How could a bird that would gaze.up at the rain unill it nearly drowns or submerse its head in a water maugh to keep from getfingwet be anything but dumb? By being one of the smartest investments in Indiana and Illinois. What makes Perdue's turkey program so smart is a guaranteed n'finimum and more in bonuses. We're looking for a few good farmers in the area to help us raise superior but still unintelligent turkeys inside, where there's minimal danger of their drowning. The program requires an average of six to eight hours with the birds each day. It also requires someone to monitor them during the rest of the day. Even though the houses are mostly automated, any animal that could ciro itself looking at the rain needs to be checked on. What it doesn't require is experience. Perdue has a flock of experts, including your own personal service- man who'll give you all the know-how you need to take care of these birds and to take care of any problems or questions that come up. What Perdue's program offers you is a job that can " " "" b' roviding you with keep you on your farm r.i%tme, I  p. _ .... :,.:_A stead.,; dependable paychecks mat give you a pus,uvc cashflow from the first day the birds arrive on your farm. That's a well thought-out program designed to bene- fit a few farmers as well as develop a superior bird to be marketed over the Northeast in cities like New York and Philadelphia. It's the same kind of program that's worked for more than 15 years to make us the leading brand of POulW and the leader in our segment of the agricultural indusW, lt's a smart program. And if it's one you'd like to know more about, return the coupon today, or call us. r" -'- -- "-" -- "- "- -- -I l'd like to learn more about a Perdue turkey operation. ] ,00ame_ I CiB' State ' Phone I Mail to Perdue Farms, Inc. 1'.0. Box 539, Washington. IN 47501. Or call Pe, rdue during business hours at q7) - or (812) 2a4-4030. gJ l n n  n II