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,1998 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 15 AND TRAILER SALES  HIY 57 EVANSVILLE, IN 47732 ral Care of Providence, a religious and not-for-profit at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, is cur- a Pastoral Care team member. Responsi- include most non-sacramental pastoral care hrsisters who reside in the health care center. NACC certification and preparation in CPE or Pastoral Counseling are required. Excellent professional skills are essential. Must have experience in pastoral care or pastoral counsel- your resume, cover letter and salary require- Office Providence e-Woods, IN 47876-1089 Equal Opportunity Employei Supportive ofa Multicultural Work Force. .APplication Deadline: April 27, 1998 TAWIL , INC. INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS PARTS Design, installation, training & repair on local & wide-area networks LANTASTIC . NOVELL- UNIX- ZENIX 812-425-1100 2121 North Bedford Avenue Evansville, IN 47711 8erring the Tri-State since 1977 ladio ews at 8:30 p.m. on 91.5 !lie COmputer at Nonte Accountant t., Jasper of S +S65 ' St. Ind. 9 P.m. SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten IT IS THE LORD Gospel for Sunday, April 26, 1998 John 21-1-19 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Third Sunday of Easter, C Cycle, the risen Christ feeding his followers. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. TIBERIAS BOAT JESUS CHILDREN WILL FIND IT IS CLOTHES NET FULL OF FISH NOT FAR LAND HUNDRED CHARCOAL BREAD HAULED ASHORE THIRD TIME LOVE ME FEED MY LAMBS EVERYTHING STRETCH GLORIFY D D N I F L L I W D J O J E S U S E H T OL C X N E T Y F I R O L G D L O F F I S H B O A T E A T S L K B D V D H J L O F B D R D E S I S S U C A M E D M R R T Y W A R R A N E R D L I H C H A D L K W T N D S A N D H N Y D I F U L L E S D C A M M D F H C T E R T S L E V E R Y T H I N G X (c) 1998 Alt Publishing Co, III II II II I I St. Meinrad knows how busy parish ministers are. But we also know how parish ministers need to be enriched, personally and professionally. That's why we offer our Summer Session and weekend courses. An affordable, quality education is now also convenient. You can have your Masters and your ministry, too. School of Theology, S1. Meinrad, Indiana 47577 * 1-800-634-6723 ,, .5ahatMchu'ad T/ze Mind. The Heart. The Soul. 111 . I I I II III IIIIII Jl III II Will appeal Joe Scheidler, executive director of the Pro-Life Action League, said he will appeal an April 20 federal verdict and expects "a solid victory." The lawsuit, filed under the Rack- eteer Influenced and Corrupt Organization law, known as RICO, was brought by the National Organization for Women and two abortion providers, who charged that Scheidler and other anti-abor- tion activists used violence to prevent women from using abortion clinics.a The jury awarded the two clinics more than $86,000. The judge could decide to triple the damage award. Synod opens Opening the Synod of Bish- ops for Asia, Pope John Paul II revealed that he had invited two bishops from mainland China -- an implicit challenge to the Chinese government. Asks for help Pope John Paul II appealed to church organizations to help alleviate starvation in North Korea where as many as 3 million people have died of starvation since 1995. Conditions not right A Vatican spokesmah said "conditions were not right" for a papal visit to the Middle East soon, considering the state of the peace process there, but "in two years, we shall see what happens." Travel planned Pope John Paul 1I is to make an eight-city tour of his home country in mid-1999. He will be 79 by then. Cardinal dies Cardinal Alberto Bovone, head of the Vatican's Congre- gation for Sainthood Causes died April 17. Hewas 75. Cardinals resign Following persistent alle- gations of sexually molesting boys and men, Austrian Car- dinal Hans Hermann Groer April 14 said that he was "ready to honor a roquest by the Holy Father to give up the duties I have been perfor&- ins." Pope .Iohn Patti I1 accept- ed the resignation of Cardinal ['auto Evaristo Arns, 76, of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Archbishop Claudio Hummes of Fort- aleza, Brazil, will replace him. Cardinal protests t i m,+,r leas.+ by+b2, ga,.,+++ l "bevaum' all over th country, ! i it seems, maior league ,!earns [ pla{'ed on ('kxt Friday.