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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana pray for these faithful departed 96, St. Wendel, St. Wendel,.May 22. 55, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, May 6. M., 91, St. Thomas the Apostle, Vincennes, May 4. ert J., 85, Sts. Peter & Paul, Haubstadt, May 5. L, Naomi, 80, St. Mar); Shoals, May 14. e, 72, St. John, Loogootee, May 20. ', Holy Trinity, Evansville, May 11. Sylvester, 81, St. Mary, Ireland, May 18. 29, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, April 27. a, 87, HolyFamity, Jasper, May 24. Mary L., 85, Holy Family, Jasper, May 2. 81, Christ the King, Evarksville, May 27. iCarl, 76, St. John the Baptist, Newburgh, May 23. 90, St. Peter, Linton, May 10. 88, St. Joseph, Jasper, May 13. 79, Sacred Heart, Evansville, May 1. .d, 73, St. Mary, Washington, May 9. a, 80, St. Peter Celestine, Celestine, May 14. Precious Blood, Jasper, April 20. 69, Sacred Heart, Schnellville, April 28. 76, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, April 27. 70, St. Joseph, Evansville, May 19. ercher, 94, St. Boniface, Evansville, May 7. Rae, 56, Sacred Heart, Evansville, May 7. 69, St. John, Loogootee, April 29. 79, Sacred Heart, Evansville, May 21. 93, Holy Cross, Fort Branch, May 9. 89, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, May 19. COUNTY BANK MEMBER OLD NATION.M, BANCORP Member FDIC FIVE STAR SERVICE BANK RIST THE KING MMER SOCIAL RUMMAGE00SALE une 18, 19, 20 s home-cooked Dinners Nightly 4:30 - 7:00 p.m. Carryouts Available Thursday and Saturday Fried Chicken or Roast Beef Adults: $6.50, Children: $4.00 Friday Catfish Fiddlers or Roast Beef Adults: $6.50 (Beef), $7.50 (Catfish) $4.00 (Beef), $5.00 (Catfish) Raffles 1st Prize: $1,000 Prize: Handcrafted Dining/Poker Table (Compliments of Vic Ubelhor) 3rd Prize: Patio Furniture tpliments of Dean Bosler's Fumhure Showroom) 4th Prize: $200 Sth, 6th, and 7th Prizes: $50 each ade Quilt Raffle go Nightly - 7:15 p.m. Mills, Paul "PJ", 66, St. Anthon3; Evansville, April 27. Mossberger, Makenzi, infant, St. Jtyseph, Vanderburgh Count. May 10. Mulherin, Mary Margaret, 86, St. Joseph, Evansville, May 17. Otte, James C., 68, Good Shepherd, Evansville, May 18. Rumbach, Edwin, 73, St. Joseph, Jasper, May 3t. Scheessele, Ed, 82, St. John the Baptist. Newburgh, May 18. Schneider, William J. "Bill", 73, St. Joseph(C'), Evansville, April 28. Spindler, Thelma, 91, St. Benedict, Evansville, April 30. Tieken, Connie, 60, Blessed Sacrament, Oakland City, May ll. Tomes, Theresa, 63, Resurrection, Evansville, May 17. Troutman, Briscoe, 76, St. Mary, Washington, May 24. Waters, William, 73, St. John, Newburgh, February 11. Weisman, Linda K., 45, Holy Family, Jasper, Ma)' 1. Wendling, Robert, 74, St. Joseph, Jasper, May 25. Worland, Marie H., 96, St. Thomas the Apostle, Vincennes, April 22. Yochum, Lucy, 90, St. Thomas, Vincennes, Feb. 20. This information zvas provided by parishes in the Diocese of Evansville. SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten FIVE THOUSAND MEN Gospel for Sunday, June 14, 1998 Luke 9:lib-17 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Feast of Corpus Christi, C Cycle, the feeding of the multitudes. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. SPOKE NEED OF HEALING GO INTO VILLAGES TO EAT FIVE LOAVES TWO FISH BUY FOOD FOR ALL PEOPLE FIVE THOUSAND MEN DISCIPLES SIT DOWN ..... FIFTY ....... ..... TAKING HEAVEN BROKE GAVE THEM LEFT OVER TWELVE G L D D O O F D B U Y J O E F E N W O D T I S O I F D E S X E V L E W T N T H N E M T D V P S S T O E E G D W A T E P E O V A T A E O T A O B L K E V E L L F L K P R P Y R E D L F I E I L O I T D N A I I S N N E K C F J R B V V H D.G S E S I O G A V E T H E M X I F I V E T H O U S A N D (c) 1998 AIt Publishing Co. I HAUB STEAK HOUSE PRIME STEAKS SEAFOOD CHICKEN 1812) 768-6462 LARGE PARTY ROOMS Haubstadt. Ind. IIII I Publisher eks an editor for a 15,000 circulation Catholic Newspaper. The successful candidate must be a solid organizer, planner, and writer who has a strong sen of balance and understanding of Catholic issues, Church teachings and history, with a creative, proactive approach; a practicing Catholic with widely varied interest and a background in publishing or a related area. Send rsumi, and references to: Msgr. J. William Lester EO. Box 390 Fort Wayne, Indiana 46801 I I I I I I I I II II I Infighting Fights among Catholics over TV series like "Nothing Sacred" can be counterpro- ductive, the chairman of the U.S. bishops' Communica- tions Committee said June 5. Bishop Robert N. Lynch of St. Petersburg, Fla., told mem- bers of the Catholic Press Association that "Nothing Sacred," the recently canceled ABC-TV dramatic .series about a priest at an inner-city parish, had both good and bad points. But he said the controversy that surrounded it unfortunately forced people to take sides on an issue that instead could have been more constructively discussed. 13 installments The Lilly Endowment has agreed to fund an additional 13 installments of the PBS news program "Religion & Ettics Newsweekl." which will take the show through the summer of 1998. The half- hour program takes a look at news in the world of religion as welt as religion's impact in government and society. Mass confirmations Dioceses in the eastern and western United States marked Pentecost May 31 with mass confirmations at a theme-park i arena and a local ballpark. At t Herr, heyPark .Axna An,Perm - ]sylvania, Harrisburg Bishop Nicholas C. Dattilo confirmed 3,200 people at ceremonies attended by about 30,000 peo- ple. Across the country at the Bank One Ballpark, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks baseball team, 28,000 people witnessed the confirmation of 3,000 young people and adults in the first nonbaseball event at the new ballpark, Almost impossible Cardinal Miguel Obando Bravo of Managua said it would be "almost impossible" to bring former President Daniel Ortega to trial for the alleged sexual abuse of his stepdaughter because of the power the Sandinista leader still wields in Nicaragua. In declarations published June 1 in the Managuan daily La Tri- buna, Cardinal Obando echoed the widely held view that Ortega will never be obliged to face in court the charges made by his step- daughter. More time While the Clinton adminis- tration certifitM that Russia',, new law on religion has not txen hamul to religious free- dom, Russian church officials cautkm that they have not yet felt the law's ball impacL "We just rgd more time to see the results ed the law," Msgr. Peter FedermaL chancellor of the Apostolic Administration for Siberia, said.