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15 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana JU Homes zations HIGHLAND CHAPEL 6300 FIRST AVENUE Business Needs Fire and Theft Product Liability Commercial Auto Workers Comp LFRICH ! W. Franklin Street. 47712 (812) 423-4046 DENNIS K. FELDHAUS General Manager & SONS, INC, Excavating & Trucking Dozing ,Trenching *Stone ,,Gravel ,Asphalt & Water & Sewer Lines .Residential and Commercial 768"6450 Larry at 768-5806 FAX 812-768-5518 Mark at 867-7789 R.R. #1 (2 miles W. on 68), Haubstadt INC. IN Vanderburgh Co, Right,To-Life 474-3195 Evansville, Indiana JASPER LUMBER CO. COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Ph: 482-1125 RT, 4, JASPER Our clients for in ze ey, Inc. 0001t 00bop Christian Books & Gifts Bey & Charlie Mendel, owners (812)634-7766 46Jackson St. JaspeL IN 47546 AND TRAILER SALES HWy 57 EVANSVILLE, IN 477312 S COUNT Y BANK NATIONAL BANCORP Member FDiC STAR SERVICE BANK SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten NO SNATCHING Gospel for Sunday, May 3,1998 John 10:27-30 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Fourth Sunday of Easter, C Cycle, Jesus' promise of God's protection. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. JESUS SAID SHEEP HEAR MY VOICE I KNOW THEM AND THEY FOLLOW I GIVE ETERNAL LIFE NEVER PERISH NO ONE SNATCH OUT OF MY HAND FATHER GREATER THAN ALL FATHER AND I ARE ONE M D O A N D T H E Y J O E F F D L B L W K D F X H D M H E D A D I A S F T D Y A V B N D T D H O L U V N I R R H D S S L L D O D G H E D E F I L A W I R I R T H D R R O N O C N A D E D T E E W A N E N O E R A V A P X H K D W O O H E T D F D T I H C T A N S E E J K (c) 1998 Air Publishing Co. Visiting Nurse Plus, inc. Supportive services that make a difference. VNP has provide a variety of supportive home health services to area families since 1982. Call us to review a video of our services. VISITING NURSE :# Evansville 610 E Walnut St. (812) 425-0853 Princeton 108 N First Ave. (812) 385-3717 INSURANCE SERVICE Auto! Home! Fire & Life! lal Service Agent Will Ins. Agency Inc. t Street 425-3187 e FmL(,,rai Home Vine Street, Haubstadt, IN 768-5210 Call alx)ut pre-need coun,ling. Alan J. Wade 8001 Cummings Road, , KY 42356, 502-229-4103 x279 1998 Formation or the Book of Daniel The Art of Spiritual Direction June 27, 1998 Fr. Richard Fragoment of the Chicago 'Christ Identity." 00tbnit00elbantt RESTAURANT , From sathern German di.Jtes to seafood and steaks, dining at the "Schnitz" is wonderful! Authentic decor plus prompl, friendly mrvk'e make The hnitz:elhank a dining experitce you wilt always remember 393 3rd Avenue, Hwy. 162 South, Jasper (812) 482.2640 -- Fax: (812) 482.7687 on the Spot Caterin00 Inllmtllik .,ltermU: is a totally eqmppcd kitchen cm wheels for serving 2(I to 20,O(X} guests the freshest, hottesl ft! possible at an), h',ati(m. It is a pcr- It choice for wedding receptitm, t'edl ings. tinniness meetings, civic functkms and other large gatherings. Senate praised Catholic .chool officials praised Senate passage of the Parent and Student Savings Account Plus Act while lamenting President Clinton's threatened veto of the bill. "This bill encourages par- ents, their relatives and busi- nesses to invest in the educa- tion of all of our nation's young people from kinder- garten through college" said Msgr. Thomas A. McDade, the U.S. Catholic bishops' secre- tary for education. 'Turning point' A respected Jewish histori- an opening a three-day Holo- caust conference at the Uni- versity of Notre Dame hailed tmproved relations between Christians and Jews. "Over the last few decades, the Christian church has under- gone a change of heart regard- ing the Jews," said Saul Fried- lander, of the University of Tel Aviv and the University of California at Los Angeles, in his April 26 talk. "For me, Vat- ican II was a major turning oint in this relationship." Toward 2000 The official in charge of the v'atican's office for coordinat- ing year 2000 celebrations, told journalists April 28 that the Vatican is creating a spe- dal millennial Web dte and linking its electronic resources i with dioce in 130 countries. Vatican officials are trying to ensure that arrangements to attend some of the church's year 2000 commemorations can be made via the lnternet. 'Peace line' Builders have begun dig- ging foundations for a mas- sive concrete wall to divide the Protestant and Catholic communities of White City, near Belfast, Northern Ireland. The "peace line" -- which will run for about 220 yards, be 10 feet high and topped with a further 10 feet of wire -- is being erected in a bid to pre- vent clashes between youths from both communities. Protest SOA Organizers of a Washington rally and vigil urging the clo- sure of the School of the Americas at Fort Benning, Ga., said the events drew more than 1,000 protesters, A five-hour rally was held April 26 at Lafayette Park, the site of frequent protests, across the street from the White Hou.. Award given Sister Helen Pn atx-epted the 1998 Pacem in Terris Peace and Freedom Award in Daven- port, Iowa, as "a mandate to keep on working, to keep on talking against the death pmal- ty. The Starer of  t. Joseph of I Medaille is best known as the ! author of "Dead Nm Walking/'