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/ The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana pray for these faithful departed E., 80, St. Joseph, Jasper, March 18. .), 75, St. Benedict, Evansville, March 27. L J., 79, St. Joseph, Jasper, March 7. I., 83, Holy Family, Jasper, March 21. Mary, Washington, March 8. s, 71, St. Peter, Montgomery, March 4. 97, St. John, Vincennes, February 14. St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, March 2. 64, St. Francis Xavier, Vincennes, March 5. , Corpus Christi, Evansville, March 6. y, Jasper, March 20. ., 80, formerly of St. Boniface, Evansville, March 16. y, Jasper, March 23. St. Peter Celestine, Celestine, March 24. 97, St. Anthony, St. Anthony, March 20. Mac, 84, St. Clement, Boonville, March 21. 85, St. John, Loogootee, March 15. St. Anthony, Evansville, March 12. by St. Boniface, Evansville, March 29. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, March 25. 80, St. Peter, Linton, March 25. Francis Xavier, Vincennes, March 8. Peter, Linton, March 15. Washington, March 26. t L. (Berens), 67, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, March 7. (Pat) Maurer, 81, Good Shepherd, Evansville, John, Vincennes, March 5.  (Ted) Jr., 71, St. John, Loogootee, March 23. H., 85, St. Anthony, St. Anthony, March 25. , St. James, Haubstadt, March 22. en, 91, St. Francis Xavier, Vincennes, March 6. Wendel, St. Wendel, March 18. 0ral Associate ony Church, Evansville as part of a Pastoral Team Bachelor of Arts degree desired TO: Search Committee St. Anthony First Avenue Evansville, Indiana 47710 Fax: (812) 424-5498 H6 Word A radio Bible teaching with Dr. Ann Gries WVHI- 1330 AM Mon.- Fri.. I 1:45 to Noon Mon.- Sat., 5 p.m. a lamp to myjeet ahda/ht to my path. " Psabn 119:105 schilling, Elenora, 82, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, March 7. Schmitz, L.eo, 85, Holy Trinity, Evansville, January 3. Schnell, Henrietta, 86, Sacred Heart, Schnellvilte, March 23. Shaw, Arthur J., 89, St. Joseph, Evansville, March 4. Sherman, Josephine, 81, St. Mary, Huntingburg, March 1. Speer, Robert E. (Bob), 76, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt, March 12. Titzer, Mary L., 75, St. John, Daylight, March 23. Uebelhor, Gertrude, 81, St. Mary, Huntingburg, February 11. Vowels, James G., 78, St. Clement, Boonville, March 6. Walker, James William (Bill), 71, submitted by St. Boniface, Evans- ville, March 13. Weaver, Marie T., 83, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt, March 27. Wolfe, Hilda A., 86, St. Clement, Boonville, March 17. SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten TWO ANGELS Gospel for Sunday, April 12, 1998 Luke 24:1-12 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the vigil of Easter Sunday, ABC Cycles, the women at the tomb. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. FIRST WEEK PREPARED THE STONE ROLLED AWAY THE TOMB DID NOT FIND BODY TWO MEN DAZZLING BOWED FACES GROUND SEEK AMONG THE DEAD STILL GALILEE SON OF MAN RISE ELEVEN MAGDALENE JOANNA MARY B V D I D N O T F I N D O K E E S T H E T O M B W D R S O N O F M A N R E A A D N U O R G J O I D L P Z D A E D E H T S F L E S Z F A C E S W E I I R V B L A N N A O J R T P E E L I L A G M W S S D N D N S N W N E E T H E S T O N E G O N E L W K B O D Y R A M D K P R O L L E D A W A Y X (c) 1998 All Publishing Co. FROM , INDIANA for the Message nting for southwestern Indiana For Delicious Easter Treats...depend on the Donut Bank Bakery? Every item made from scratch and baked fresh daily, Perfect for school and off'ce parties or a special treat for your family, Decorated Butter Cookies Miniature Bunny Cakes Easter Egg Cakes Cup Cakes "Quality Comes First" NORTH WEST CENTRAL SOUTH EAST 19 Palm Sunday With palm and olive branch- es swaying in a strong breeze, Pope John Paul II celebrated Palm Sunday and World Youth Day with an estimated 100,000 people in St. Peter's Square. "The wind loves young peo- ple and the not-so-young," the 77-year-old pope said at the April 5 Mass. "It rejuvenates US." Celebrate together An ecumenical Palm Sun- day ceremony in South Bend brought together about 150 people from St. Patrick's and St. Hedwig's Catholic parish- es and the Episcopal Cathe- dral of St. James. They prayed, sang and waved palm fronds in a sun-splashed parking lot central to their downtown buildings. Life sentence Suspended priest Rudolph "Rudy ' Kos was sentenced to life imprisonment April 1 for sexual abuse of four former altar boys before he was removed from ministry in the Dallas Diocese in 1992. He has no prior criminal record and could be eligible for parole in 15 years. Seek action - Austria's bishops have pope IohnPa   take swiffh0n ' ehdh year, old controversy over alleged child molestation in the 1960s and 1970s by Austrian Cardinal Hans Hermann Groer. In an April 3 news conference, they hppealKt to the pope "to bring the burden of the Groer matter to an end soon.' Towards sainthood A reported second miracle attributed to the intercession of Blessed Katharine Drexel is under review in Rome, accord- ing to the Philadelphia priest who is vice postulator of her sainthood cause. Blessed Katharine was born in 1858 and inherited an investment banking fortune, She founded the Sisters = of the Blessed Sacrament in 1891, using her wealth to found schools and missions for Native Americans and African-Aanericat. Oppose sainthood An Israeli parliamentary committee has called for a halt to the beatification process of Pope Pius XII because of whal it sees as his lack of action m stopping the murder of Jews during World War IL On the web Future virtual visitors to the Vatican will have audio and video options, as well as quick  1 er a to text, according to] planners of the ', ear-old Yah-! can Web site. The Vatican's home page is found at http:// wwxatican. ,L