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........................ T'' .... The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Memorial feeder league AAU entry excels A team from feeder league schools of Memorial High School, Evansville, was among 32 teams participating in the 1996 Indiana Amateur Ath- letic Union Southwest Re- gional (for ages 12 and under), in Bloomington, Ind., April 19- 21. The "Evansville Tigers" in- cluded Matt Killian and Jonathan Rietman of Good Shepherd; Brian Hubbard of St. Theresa; Cullen Stanley of Holy Rosary; Charles Rif- fert, Timothy Bennett and Craig Emig of St. Benedict: YOU SHOULD HEAR WHAT THEY'RE SAYING ABOUT US. "To have someone you can depend on really means a lot. I don't know what we would have done without her." -- Gilbert Schmi, Oakland Ci', IN %My whole life I've felt that I have been drawn to do this type of work. And, if you like something, you will excel at it. It's very rewarding to be a VNP Caregiver. You must have love in your heart; people matter... I love working for VNP." -- Jan Hodgkins, l,P Caregiver of the Year, 1995 VISITING NURSE If you or a Dyed one needs the specializea home health care we can provMe, please call Visiting Nurse Plus today. 425-0853 (Evansville) 385.3717 (Princeton) Justin Bates of Holy Spirit, and Andrew Huff from Plaza Park School. They were coached by Ken Rietman, Bob Hubbard, Bob Emig and Jake Riffert. The Tigers defeated the Vincennes Trailblazers 50-35 on April 19. On April 20, they defeated the Decatur Central Hawks from Indianapolis 61- 40 and the Bloomington Boys Club 48-23. The Tigers advanced to the final day of play, April 21; the Martinsville Arties outscored them 55-52. The weekend tournament also featured a three-point shot contest open to members of all 32 teams. Charles Rif- fert, 12, won the contest by making nine out of a possible 12 shots. Miller & Miller Colonial Chapel Supports the Knights of St. John MEMBERS Bernie Miller Gerald Miller Jon Miller Greg Betz Funeral Homes . __ Four WEST CHAPEL Convenient Locations 3033 W. MARYLAND ST. SEI Ph: 482-1125 KREMPP LUMBER CO. BUILDING MATERIAL SUPPLIES & GENERAL CONTRACTING HOMECENTER CONSTRUCTION 482-1961 482-6838 Christian Bool Be (812) r4./766 Dan Steiner Will work with homec and small business to reform inventory and fuel tax laws. ::; ,: Supporter of Senior Citi protect their rights and Native and forty-year district  will work full time Member of St. Simon parish, Supports Pro-Life position. Paid for by Citizens for Steiner Paid Political Advertisement A 48-page illustrat- ed popular family magazine to help you live St. Louis de Monffort's Christ-centered Marian Spirituality. lived and endorsed by the Holy Father and Mother Teresa. , Corresponden ts' Az ibnie ?:a: t  oy rnmo reports; documents: es Papal, Vatican, epis- $ devotion to God copal, ecumenical/interreligious and His saints by presenting the dialogues. Dossiers on special lives of saints, prayers, testi- topics. Ad limina visits, episcopal monies of grace and readers' peti- appointments, resignations, tions and thanksgivings. deaths. Book reviews. A I )I i I\\;'( I" ;::7' im:':r,;; magazine. Treats the mystery of grace and Marian He redemption as it comes into the timely feat ordinary circumstances of our lives, columns on cially on oivioe i c a(1%, u CatldicpAll[ 1 .. 'r:'Catholic Parent  ,,.e%;,Id. magazine is a bi- 22a,..J monthly publica- tion that provides practical, solid advice on how to keep the Faith alive and raise a truly Catholic family in the '90's. U.S. Catholic mis- sioners and peoples of Asia, Africa and Latin America tell their stories of life and Faith through articles, inter- views and stunning photography. iearda.00 ?. I Sisters to inform readers of their ministry to meet the social and spiritual needs of people living in rural America. " Kinship is pub- lishcd quarterly by the Glenmary -'" - ", ,>2/.'-':,: ; ,  '1'1 .;, The magazine directed toward the special interests of Catholics "50 and Better" bring- ing information of Medicare, trav- el, pilgrimage, health insurance and spiritual benefits. America's best kept secret! Read a great national Catholic magazine with a world- wide readership. Rekindle your faith with timely and inspiring articles on Fatima, the Faith, prayer, the Saints and Marian Devotion. MEDICAL MISSION NEWS This quarterly describes CATHOLIC MEDICAL MISSION BOARD'S efforts to deliver medicines to a vast network of far-flung mis- sions. Great pictures, writing, sto- ries and spiritual core!! The Good News... At An Unbeatable Price/ Another Service of the Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada These Catholic Can Be Fill out the form below and get a free You will have the option to subscribe ABSOLUTELY NO I I would like to take advantage zinc offer. I understand that I will issue of each magazine over the with the option to subscribe and is necessary. Please send my FREI .... Name . 0 , Street City State ...---" CLIP THIS FORM The Catholic 3555 Veterans Ronkonkoma, 7P