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4 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana June 3, Generations- They pass one by one The fDJlowing poem was submitted by Cleo M. Zirkelbach, Evansville. I think of" the generation from whence we came, And then of the one of' which we've been. I think of the love that we have given To the ones who follow, and who keep on giving to the world. I hope it is a better place Because of our chance for the grace to live and to love and to keep on giving to the world. Generations pass, one by one. Just as sure as the morning sun, another begins. Like the arrival of Spring, A new-born will bring joy and anticipation. The mysteries of life have yet to unfold. The things achieved are recorded and later told. The coming of a new Spring brings bluebirds on wing. Their melodies fill the air. Lilacs and daffodils lend beauty and grace and scents so pleasingly rare. These pass away and all are gone. But a new Spring begins as sure as the morning sun. So, generations come and then pass away, as always, one by one. U.S. Church leaders hail catech By JERRY FILTEAU Catholic News Service chism by Archbishop Keeler and the six active U.S. cardi- nals were released in Washing- ton May 27 to coincide with a presentation ceremony in Rome at which Pope John Paul II received specially bound copies of the English text. Pub- lication date for the English version in North America is June 22. Archbishop Keeler noted that 16 co-publishers were col- laborating in putting out a first U.S. press run of more than 560,000 copies. "There has not been a comparable publishing event in this nation's history," he said. Commenting on the contro- versy over the removal of gen- der- neutral language in the final revision of the English translation, Archbishop Keeler said: "For all who regard the use of inclusive language as an expression of the fundamental equality of women and men, it needs to be said that this equality was never at issue. The catechism itself affirms WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Publication of the new "Cate- chism of the Catholic Church" is one of the biggest events in the church since the Second Vatican Council, said Arch- bishop William H. Keeler of Baltimore, president of the Na- tional Conference of Catholic Bishops. He and other top U.S. church leaders urged Catholics to read it and use it to clarify and strengthen their faith. "In the Second Vatican Council (in the 1960s), the Holy Spirit led the church to new ways of expressing and living the faith," Archbishop Keeler said. He said the new catechism, coming after years of reflection on church teaching in light of the council, helps fill "the need to make clear the direction and depth of authentic Catholic teaching." Statements on the new cate- Holy Spirit SUMMER SOCIAL! 1800 S. 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"The 'Catechism Catholic Church' garded as just another the shelf. It must come said Cardinal An! Bevilacqua of The Philadelphia] said that with the of life today and and pressures of a culture, "I fear that raising a generation literates. As the per vested with the past sponsibility to Catholic faith, I challenge and bring this Cardinal James A. Washington said he ing for use of the all the parishes and of the archdiocese: "I am asking pri cons, parochial catechists and all are associated with work of handing on study the catechism and to convey its said. Cardinal Bernard ] Boston focused m0 background of the his statement Washington. The proposal for aum chism during the Synod of Bishops whole project and Eng presenting the to the pope in "The discussion reflected a illiteracy as a nomenon," he also a recognition confusion which has cent decades. The herself more and tures which are and at times hos truths by which Alluding to more than 3 the catechism been published guages, he said, enal reception in French in ian and in cate that itual hunger He hinted language pl English partially ove : : edition.  J