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? The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 11 Sweets Booth Hamburgers Pizza Bingo Cash Raffle: Grand Prize $2,000 2nd prize $500 3rd-5th prizes $100 Prize Raffles: A handcrafted Grandfather Clock by Elmer Goedde Many Beautiful Quilts His Wo A radio Bibh" teachit with Dr. Ann Gries WVHI- 1330 AM Mon. - Fri., 11:45 to Noon Mon.- Sat., 5 p.m. a &,rip to myjeet attda lfltit to my path." q'safm 119:105 Sheet Metal Inc. Ustrial & Comnmrcial Heating & Cooling astullation Sales & Service 422:-9242 ] ond Potricia Koch 15 S. Third Avenue, Evansville ,mes Locations rr EAST CHAPEL 800 S. HEBRON AVENUE m I FT! 71c Cornflimenh of e Beverage Washington, IN SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten DO GOD'S WILL Gospel for Sunday, June 8, 1997 Mark 3:20-35 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. [] Cycle, Jesus' troubles with his family. The "word clues are left to right in the order in which they ap- pear in the reading. CROWD HEARD SAYING OUT OF HIS MIND SCRIBES DEMONS TO THEM SATAN KINGDOM DIVIDED WILL NOT NO ONE ENTER STRONG HOUSE PROPERTY FIRST BLASPHEMIES UTTER BROTHERS ASKING WHOEVER OF GOD E T O T H E M N A T A S S R E V E O H W J K E F, U D L K D N -I S R I F F O 1 P G E D T M M J K L H V N R M R H E A R D S O ! B R O T H E R S E T K D S N N P G F A [] C O O E G M S N E Y 1 R U N U D I A I N I R O D T L T Y L K O N C W T E T L O B S O G S D F V Y E I F A N D O G F O L L R W (c) 1997 AlL Publishing Co. PRINCIPAL OPENING A state accredited Catholic school located in Plymouth, Indiana. has an opening for the position of principal. St. Michael's Catholic School ( the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend) is located in Plymouth, Indiana, 25 miles south of South Bend. We are an established elementary school with a reputation for academic excellence within a nurturing Catholic environment. Our current enrollment of 157 students (preschool through grade 5) is supported by a fully licensed and dedicated faculty and staff, with strong parent support and involvement. Last year we completed the PBA process and received a 5-year accreditation from the State oi Indiana. Preferred Qualifications: . Practicing Catholic with a willingness to share faith and values. Ability to work effectively with groups. . License in elementary school administration, or willingness to work toward this license, Send letter of intent and resume to: Principal Search Committee St. Michaers Catholic Church 612 N Walnut, Plymouth, IN 46563 219-936-4935. 219-936-9293 (fax) TAWIL ELECTRONICS, INC. c 000000s,AE;v,c00s Design, installation, training & repair on local & wide-area networks LANTASTIC - NOVELL- UNIX- ZENlX 812-425-1100 2121 North Bedford Avenue Evansville, IN 47711 Serving the Tri.State since 1977 II I III i II Church/World i Permanent Deacons for Hong Kong Two men who will become the first permanent deacons for the Diocese of Hong Kong will also be the first known in the People's Republic of China. The two will be ordained July 5, just four days after Hong Kong reverts to Chinese rule, reported UCA News, an Asian church news agency based in Thailand. Congo missionaries thanked God will bless the courage of missionaries who chose to remain in the former Zaire despite the real risks to their lives, Pope John Paul II said. The pope met May 30 with participants in the general chapter meeting of the Con- gregation of the Priests of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, also known as the Dehonian Fathers. "With great admi- ration, I have learned that you did not leave any of your missions in Congo-Zaire, accepting all of the risks of the present moment," he said. Publisher award The Catholic Press Associa- tion gave Bishop David B. Thompson of Charleston, S.C., its 1997 Bishop John England Award for his defense of First Amendment rights as a Catholic publisher. Bishop Thompson is publisher of The New Catholic Miscellany, Charleston dioce- public stand against the flying of the Confederate battle flag over the South Carolina state house in Columbia and for let. ring his paper be a forum of vig- orous debate of both sides of the issue. Not constitutional rights Neither abortion nor the right to die are guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution, despite efforts by some jurists to cre- ate constitutional rights where none previously existed, said U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin J. Scalia. Scalia, speaking to ahnost 500 mem- bers and guests of the Justin- Jan Law Society in Pro4denee, said that, those rights were never addressed by the origi- nal framers of the Constitu- tion and should never have become rights through the court system. Abortion mecca Spain has became an abor- tion mecca for French women, even though abortion is illegal except in extreme ea, re]i- OUS and political leaders d, "There is a general con- sensus that in practice the law is a joke -- it,s a kind of fraud," said Father Juan Martinez Camino, director of the Spanish sham Commis. sion on Doctrine and Faith.  ofthe gvenfing purr Py. ldth authodtlu.: Baxelona of converting the dry into =an abortion mecca  following a recent report in the Paris daily La Made that estimat. ed 5,000 l,emh women 0 to