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e for Catholics of Southwestern Inolana at factory, calls for new approach to work .=WS Service DI VAL D'ELSA, In a small Tus- artisans blow- an open-pit fire to highly auto- factories, Pope IIcal: l for anew Work and to wel- in Colle aad celebrating Siena March strong and the road again the Vatican for With a reduced pany is known by its Italian acronym, along with represen- tatives of other businesses in Tuscany, the pope called for a re-examination of enterprise and employment. "One must rethink industry, considering it not as a place of conflicting interests, but as a community of work aimed at promoting the common good of all its members," the pope said. Relationships must be re- formed in the context of"a new policy of social solidarity that has nothing to do with an easy policy of welfare, damaging in the long run to those assisted," he said. Government action, the pope said, must "aim at stim- ulating . . . the sense of re- sponsibility and willingness to work of the weakest cate- gories of people, assuring at the same time that they have the concrete possibility of ex- ts waiting ;he, LP factory ae that he was recovered from a trouble. ecutives and as the corn- send their friends!" Open nightly til 9 p.m. hop & Son U 'Ge TOYOTA OLD S 231 SOUTH . JASPER, IN 482-2222 0(],-937-USA1 Miller & Miller Colonial Chapel Supports the Knights of Columbus MEMBERS M!ller Gerald Miller Jon Miller Greg Betz "At Brescia College, I received a Liberal Arts education, Christian values, personal attention from faculty and staff, and cPA leadership , experience... to a bright future. " r.UCl h OVide you with a high-quality education. Classes by Outstanding faculty. Brescia offers over 30 in its bachel r rams Our Catholic d " or's degree p og . " evelop as a well-educated and thoughtful allenges of the 21 st century. 717 Frederica Owensboro, KY 42301 pressing their abilities." One must, he said, "safe- guard the right to work and the right to have work for ev- eryone." Meeting workers in the CALP courtyard, the pope ex- plained Catholic social teach- ing promotes an organization of society in which people al- ways come before material goods or money. The jubilee celebrations of the year 2000 should be an oc- casion for business owners, politicians, labor unions and workers to ask themselves what they can do together "to eliminate injustices and forge new relationships marked by fraternity, justice and solidar- ity." "Unfortunately today, there are still those who believe that the most unbridled free mar- ket, encouraging initiative and economic growth, automati- cally translates into riches for all," the pope said. "But history and the reality before our eyes sufficiently .... prove that this is not so," he said. After spending the morning at the factory, the pope trav- eled on to Siena. SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten GO QUICKLY Gospel for Sunday, April 7, 1996 Matthew 28: l- ! 0 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Easter Vigil Mass, Cycle A, the sto- ry of the angel's arrival at the empty tomb. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. SABBATH FIRST DAY OTHER MARY EARTHQUAKE ANGEL HEAVEN ROLLED BACK LIGHTNING AS SNOW DEAD MEN WOMEN JESUS CRUCIFIED HE IS NOT HERE THE PLACE GO QUICKLY TELL GALILEE SEE THE TOMB CAME DO NOT S E A R T H Q U A K E H U G T H E P L A C E E T S L O H E A V E N ! J A E D ! Q E W O N S S A B J O Y G U T O N O D B B R N A A H ! O D E A P A O E D. N F T C M C M S S L M T G H E N K B A O D L D S E D L M i L R T W E A R L D L O A N Y H E D E I F ! C U R C G E E X D F G A L ! L E E R S (c) 1996 Air Publishing Co. I II III I Associate Director of Communications Saint Meinrad Archabbey is seeking a qualified individual as Associate Director of Communications in its Development Program. Applicants must possess a four-year degree in a communication- related field, professional experience in media and/or public relations, excellent writing skills, an understanding of communication requirements for a religious, non-profit or educational institution, computer literacy, the willingness to promote institutional advancement, and the capability to work well on several projects at once. Photography, Macintosh computer and video producing experience a plus. Please enclose writing samples. Rdsumds and samples are due by Friday, April 19, 1996 to: Archabbey Director of Human Resources Saint Meinrad Archabbey Hwy 545 St. Meinrad, IN 47577-1040 In' 1989, received a