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bl. ay 3, 1991 II II The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana I 11 Pope prepares for fourth Polish visit VATI(JAN CITY (CNS) -- As Pop(; John Paul II pro,- Pared. to.make, his fourlh apal visil to his Polish omeland he prodded olher .t '.,,,'pt,,;,, ,:h,i.:h.s .)- Ward national unity and re- 'Spect for diversity in th(: P0st-(:omnmnis! era. "May all national groups bt: assur(:(I of respect for lht;ir i(h,,ntity and may they,, all tt)- gt;therl find th(: ro a(I to,ard Ihe common good," hi: said of ethni(:ally t|'(ul)lt:(t Yugosh|via in his April 21 "R(:gina Coeli" talk. Yugoslavians are "di If areal by culhwe, faith, history and language" aod are so'arching "Funeral Pre-Planning Since 1940" Miller & Miller 424-9274 "" I / I I tEI.P WANTI:I) James Jett& Associates, Inc. life  health * home * IRA retirement planning 4 7 3--4005 514 S. Green River Rd. Evansvilk IN TIIANKYOU CT STEVE BAG Y 2nd WARD COUNCILMAN MEMBER CHRIST THE KING PARISH GRADUATE REITZ MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL, 1966 Paid for by Bagbey for Council, Dan Tutey Treasurer -- PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT -- Church/World for "ni:w rt.,Jalionshil)s of tYt,,i,,(lt)m, (:(lualily and jus::., lice, i:iir(;sl)t.,(:l.for huma|r and national rights," he. athh)d. Fotlr days h|tc'r, in a 'talk to m;veral hundred Cze(:h and Slovak Calholit:s. the l)Ol)(: said Christianity shouhl con- linu(; h) l)lay a central role in i"$:HO;[ S Your RED WING HEADQUARTERS H00fU'fS SHOE STORE 320 E. Main- Washington I HUGE SELECTION Over 20,000 sq. in stock. 10 YEAR S A A n WHITe ........... q-t.5 Sq 10 YEAR $ WN,TE ........... 41.95 Sq. 2 AOiNTED ....... ?34.95 sq. NO., S26.95Sq. PAINTED ........ NO. 2 $ OA',AN,ZEO.. 24.95 Sq. N, $22.95Sq. PRIMER ......... NO. 3 $1 OA*.V,N.ZED.., 9.95 Sq. Any length cut to inch. OVERHEAD DOORS HUNDREDS IN STOCK 9x7 Insulated $196.95 TRUSS RAFTERS Any size up to 80' span POST BLDG. PACKAGES Any slzP. Call for free quoteL Excellent prices DAVIESS COUNTY METAL Hwy. 50 E. Cannelburg 4 tri. E. Montgomery 812-295-4299 Cz(:cht)slovakian (:u It t, 1"(;. "'l'u (:(msolidah; Ihis I)tilll ......... tie uffiled,'* hds.i(l. "Always form a sl,'it:l, havmt)nio,s and I'r,t(.u'nal union, in which the gifts of each of yt)m" l)t;() - plt,s t)l' lohpnlia, Moravia and Sl()vakia will I)e lrea- S,l l'(,(t. '' Pol)(: John Paul also met April 23 with a five-man Sovi(;t (h:h:galion of experts Oil Etlropean affairs. Classified Ads ORGANIST/MUSIC DIRECTOR wanted for 1100 family parish. Must have liturgy awareness. Salary negotiable. Send resume and recom- mendation to St. Anastasia Parish, P.O. Box 430, Port Pierce, Florida, 34954-0430. 2 STAFF PEOPLE NEEDED for Ozanam Shelter. Contact Bob Hayden at 422-8914 or 423-4643. THANKS ST. JUDE and Blessed Virgin for favors answered. B.F. - [llL. Jill Ann White] r' Administratr I - IB Hwy. 57 So, Washington, IN / --I-'Y--" 812-2544516 / Prairie Village j BB Living Center t | LinCo Coffee Services Total Beverage Distributor Indiana - Illinois - Ken,ucky 46 Varieties of Coffees and Teas WHATEVER YOUR TASTE, WE CAN MATCH IT WashingtOn 2544409 Evansville 422-1833 FOR COMPLETE ELECTRICAL SERVICE FISCHER ELECTRIC INC. RT. 1 ST. ANTHONY Spring Fix-Up Time at Ha u bsta00tt Carpet - Carpet at "Sale" prices - Vinyl floor covering * Custom-made wood cabinets o Wallpaper- 30% Discount i, Benjamin Moore Paints on sale now Hwy 68 -- Haubstadt, Indiana 7 68-6983 AUTO, HOME BUSINESS, FARM INSU RANCE SERVICES SINCE 1913 DENNIS K. FELDHAUS Mater Dei Class of '70 INSURANCE AGENCY 464-5993 i Youth Minister Coordinator St. Paul's Parish, Tell City, is seeking a full-time Youth Minister Coordinator. B.S. Degree in a related field preferred or two-three yrs. experience working with youth. Strong understanding of Catholic faith, ministry, family and youth very important as well as strong communication and organizational skills. Resumes with references accepted thru May 15, 1991. Mail to: St. Paul's Parish Office, 814 Jefferson Street, Tell City, IN 47586. ATTN: Search Committee. Apparitions meeting A conferenr, e o)) the many apparitions of Jesus and Mary reportedly occur- ring around the world will take place ]uly 13-14 in Pittsburgh. The meeting on "Apparitions of the Mother of God and Her Divine Son" will include talks by "visionaries, mystics, stig- matists and renowned in- ternational authorities from places including Switzerland, Russia, Nicaragua and Ireland," ac- cording to Our Lady of Peace Ministries, sponsor of the conference. Wilke to step down Dr. John C. Willke has decided not to ran in June for another term as presi- dent of the National Right to Life Committee, a post he has held for 10 of the past 11 years. Willke, a retired physi- cian from Cincinnati, said he would devote more time to his radio show, "Pro-Life Perspective." Cutting cartoons The controversial car- teens that sometimes caused trepidation tbr lhm- ly lnembers l)romintml in Cincinnati archdiocesan circles have netted Catholic high school graduate Jim Borgman journalism's high- est honor, the Pulitzer Prize. Borgman, a 1972 gradu- ate of Elder High School in Cincinnati, won the 1991 Pulitzer Prize for his edito- rial cartoons that appear daily in the Cincinnati Enquirer. He also has pub- lished a Collection of his cartoons. He said one cartoon which took a shot at some Vatican proclamation he can no longer recall raised eyebrows at Mount St. Mary Seminary in Cincinnati when his uncle, Father Eugene Maley, was rector there. Bishop in Jamaica Father Paul M. Boyle, a Detroit natiw.' and former superior general of the Passionist order, has been named a bishop and head of the new Apostolic Vicariate of Mandeville,[ Jamaica. The Vatican arnlonllced! the formation of the vicari- ale and Bishop-designate Boyle's appoinlment April 27. Bonds considered The Vatican is consider- mg issuing h)w-yield con)- mercial bonds to hel t) meet its chronic operating deficit, a top church official said. Cardinal Rosalie Castillo Lara, who administers Vatican inveslments, said buyers would acquire the bonds "with the intent of helping the Holy See." The yield would be lower than most bonds -- in effect, a "charity rate" of interest. i i