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5,1998 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana NAAS & SONS, INC. Excavating & Trucking Backhoe .Dozing .Trenching .Stone .Gravel .Asphalt 'Complete Septic System & Water & Sewer Lines .Residential and Commercial 'o,,8o,o,, 768-6450 Lar a, r68-S06 o 1946 FAX 812-768-5518 Mark at 867-7789 RR #1 (2 miles W on 68), Haubstadt Tom at 768-5009 RUXER FORD _ LINCOLN -- MERCURY JASPER 482-1200 & Storage ille, Indiana 812-421-7750 OOTEE Vanderburgh Co. Right-To-Life 474-3195 Evansville, Indiana i MUENSTERMAN'S FIRESTONE SERVICE, INC. 14oo w Franklin Evansville, IN 424-5000 Crafts t Booths of food: Sweets Booth Cones Hamburgers Pizza 's Concert 7p.m. Bingo Cash Raffle: Grand Prize $1,500 2nd prize $300 3rd-5th prizes $100 Prize Raffles: A handcrafted Grandfather Clock by Elmer Goedde Many Beautiful Quilts SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten SPIRIT OF TRUTH Gospel for Sunday, June 7, 1998 John 16:12-15 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for Trinity Sunday, C Cycle, a lesson in the union of God. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading: JESUS SAID DISCIPLES BUT YOU CANNOT BEAR NOW WHEN SPIRIT OF TRUTH HE WILL GUIDE WILL NOT SPEAK ON HIS OWN HEARS TO YOU THINGS TO COME BECAUSE ALL FATHER I SAID J O U O Y T U B W O N X X O F T R U T H E A R S L T O C O M E | S A I D L K T H I NI G S N L R I W N H D S H E W I L L S I S A 1 D T O Y O U X C L U D W O S G U I D E I L S D W I S P I R I T P N E K H D W M E D W L L O I N D W B E C A U S E T O N N A C D W D K L S P O D F A T H E R X W D (c) 1998 Ah Publishing Co. SCHNEIDER INC. 118 W. Franklin St. Evansville, IN 47710. Heating 812-4282665 Air Conditioning FAX 424.4149 Refrigeration Commercial Kitchen Equipment Sales, Parts & Service Ventilation Plumbing Repair CUS1OM I#DE liqUOR WE.,C[I, IER LUBRICANTS M. MARTIN UIOIL DEALER M Sales 2 Box 24-1 IN 47639 6571 !RS & MORE Floral Service SERVICING ALL AREA HOSPITALS & FUNERAL HOMES (111) 424-8931 1"1100.545.7296 I St., Evansville Street cy ' Downtown Washington tl 00our last will anJ testament can he an elouent staf(mcnt 00what:00 apprcctdtcd most in. your beenest to help educate prt00sts at saint :a4emra? semt'na00 l'S a00aad way to thank Oo? foryour Froth any to pass lean to those whojg/law flatc_) IL (;F[ For information, write: Director of Planned Giving, LJ Saint Meinrad Archabbey, St. Meinrad IN 47577, . 15 Older, more diverse The 1998 class of newly- ordained priests in the United States is older and more racial- ly and ethnically diverse than the classes of newly-ordained priests were in the 1980s, according to a new national study released in May. Only 26 percent of the newly-ordained were under 30 years of age and 34 percent were in the 30-34 age bracket, leaving 40 percent ages 35 or higher. The fact that nearly three-fourths were 30 or older indicated most were entering the priesthood as a second career or at least with a few vears of experience in the working world. Assessing papal visit Pope John Paul 1I has invit- ed all Cuban bishops to the Vatican in June for talks to assess the impact of his visit to the Caribbean nation earlier this year. The discussions are expected to touch on pastoral problems and church-state relations, in particular the church's potential role as dis- tributor of humanitarian aid following the relaxation of the U.S. embargo against Cuba. Apology Australia's bishops ha\\;'e asked iorgivenes from abo- riginal children for any part the church might have played m causing them hurt and suf- fering. Speaking of govern- ment policy in the 1970s, the bishops noted "with regret hat lamentable chapter of ,ustralian history which saw the unjustifiable separation of indigenous children from their families." "We express our deepest sorrow for the suffer- ing and hurt inflicted on indigenous Australians which have consequences still in evi- dence today:" . New archbishop Pope John Paul II has named Bishop Nicholas Cheong Jin-suk, president of the Korean bishops' confer- ence, to be the new archbish- op of Seoul, South Korea. The 66-year-old bishop of Chonju, a canon lawyer, succeeds Car- dinal Stephen Kim Sou-hwan, who celebrated his 76th birth- day in early May Resignation Pope John Paul II has accepted the resignation of Bishop J. Keith Symons of Palm Beach, Fla., and named Bishop Robert N. Lynch of St. Petersburg, Fla., as apostolic administrator of the Palm Beach Diocese. The changes were announced June 2 by Msgr. Renato Votante, charge d'Mfaires of the Vatican Embassy in Washington. BL,h- op Symons, 65, has been a bishop shnce 181 and bishop of Palm lkach since 1990. ,