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15 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana RST SUMMER IAL OF 1998! N tiviW -- h a (.,n;]rc MAY 14, 15, 16 NATIVITY CHURCH kCK AVENUE o EVANSVILLE IOI ./" of Columbus Council 565 ,land St., Evansville, Ind. Phone: 423-2734 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Friday Open Saturday May 23 Public welcome/ 91S COUNTY BANK IBER OLD NATIONAL BANCORP Member FDIC STAR SERVICE BANK Nurse Plus, inc. ve services that make a difference. a variety of home health services to 1982. Call us to of our services. !: Evansville 610 E Walnut St. (812) 425-0853 Princeton 108 N First Ave. (812) 385-3717 in Stock"  Sq& up $37.95 sq, $29.95 sq, Stock ' O00RS I11 Stock ......... $259.00 IOft Span MORE Service NERAL HOMES I SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten MY GIFT TO YOU Gospel for Sunday, May 17,1998 John 14:23-29 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Sixth Sunday of Easter, C Cycle, Jesus" advice to those who would follow him. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in ie reading. JESUS SAID WILL LOVE COME MAKE DOES NOT LOVE ME HEAR NOT MINE STILL SPIRIT MY NAME EVERYTHING REMIND ALL THAT PEACE NOT GIVE WORLD HEARD ME SAY AWAY REJOICE GREATER BEFORE BELIEVE R A E H E N I M T O N S E A J E S U S S A I D T V B E C I O J E R G I I E D R A C D D F E R E L R E E E O J O V I E V L Y V R P M E E P' M A O O T I O D E I S A E T L V H G F H L E N D S E L E I T E E K Y O D A R L M N O B A M A T Y Y D I E G N M R D W O R L D W D L W K D E A L L T H A T :. (c) 1998 Air Publishing Co. Thanks to all our clients.for their ('oqfidem'e in Fleck Insurance Agency, Inc. Jasper, Indiana \\; TRUCK AND TRAILER SALES IOOO0 STATE HWY 157 EVANSVILLE, IN 47732 i JASPER LUMBER CO. COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Ph: 482-1125 RT. 4, JASPER i i i Christian Books & Gifts tw & Charhe Mendel, oners i i ii,ll i i i i i i i t i i 1 FIRST FEDERAL Sav am Loan  Washington & Loogootee ONB/HELFRICH INSURANCE 2121 W. Franklin Street. Evansville, Indiana 47712 (812) 423-4046 DENNIS K. FELDHAUS JAMES k NIEMEtER General Manager Per, sonat Lines Maraoe GEORGE P. HELFRICH Account Executive "'We support Catholic Education" announced that Pope John Paul II will make his second pastoral visit to their countD; Oct. 3-4, and will beatify a con- troversial cardinal. Serbs con- sider Cardinal Alojzije Stepinac a Nazi sympathizer, while Croat Catholics view him as a hero for resisting postwar com- munist attempts to suppress religion in Croatia. Dozen beatified Beatifying a Lebanese Maro- nite monk and 11 Spanish nuns, Pope John Paul 1I prayed May 10 in Rome for an increase of peace and solidar- ity in Lebanon and Spain. Father Nimatullah Kassab al- Hardini died in 1858. Ten of the 11 Spanish nuns beatified at the same Mass were mar- tyred in 1936 during the Span- ish Civil War. He also beatified Discalced Carmelite Sister Maria Maravillas Pidal Chico de Guzman, a founder of v- oral Carmelite monasteries in Spain; she died in 1974. Retirement accepted Pope John Paul II has accepted the resignation of Bishop Stanley G. Schlarman of Dodge City, Kan., and named as his successor, Msgr. ! J Rona!d M, Gilmore, :v |general and merar 6ffl ]curia in the Diocese of Wichi- ]ta. The appointments were /announced May 12. 'Continue to serve' The interim head of the Swiss Guard said in a state- ment that the corps would continue to serce faithfully despite the difficulties in the wake of their commander's shooting death. Col. Roland Buchs was brought back from six months" retirement in Switzerland to head the arnw of 100 until another successor is named. "Even... Illegal" Cardinal Giovanni Cheli, president of the Pontifical Council for Migrants and Travelers, speaking in New 5rk, called on the United States and the U.S. Catholic Church May 8 to provide a warm welcome to immigrant. The church is a crament of the uni, of all humankind, he said, and "the place where immigrants, even those who are illegal, are welcomed as brothers and sisters." Gifts set record [Xmations to the 1997 Reli- gious Retirement Collection topped $29 million, the st yet in history, The national collec- tion was takcm up during M on the Second Sunday of Advent in most diocest around the country.