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j__ MES sAGE The Message  for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana VOLUME 37 NUMBER 43 June 23, 1995 )!: !(i i!:! i: i : : i i' i  ' 90 at ps take action dl:-llllll- -" -. I "'cat]ons at their :. 17 spring _ meeting " " m i Ithe issues that i, the most debate and ::lae most time during @r:ld g- liturgical ques- the possible restruc- !|0f ,e National Confer- ]0f'atholic Bishops and 'atholic Conference_ re- iled:  Unresolvedhome. as the bish- :': :deeting  one of the )t uctive spi'ing sessions .zt ernory  was over- 40:Ud b the news of t, ardinal i;2, Joseph L. ,  J t" U ne 12 surgery for I'' minors I on his kidney [rtea.s and the strong  b aat they will recur. ,hOps gave unanimous L,, i to a 10-page state- ; xVi.g the Weapons of t  ncht " calls for a sharp :: ernational arms la la Worldwide ban on :lP:,es. meeti 00.lOago spring ng O 0 (CNS)  The duced the statement as head of ps took action on the bishops' International Policy . verse aslandmines Committee, said that by approv- issues, disabilities and ing the statement the bishops were "committing ourselves to a campaign to restrain the arms trade and. to eliminate land mines" from the world. He expressed hopes that soon land mines -- which kill or maim more than 25,000 people a year around the world -- will be viewed by the international com- munity in the same way as bio- logical or chemical warfare. The bishops also agreed, by a 207-1 vote, on a 29-page statement, titled "Faithful for Life," which calls advances in abortion and euthanasia in the name of human freedom "free- dom gone wrong." The statement compares legal abortion and proposals of legal euthanasia in America to the na- tion's former denial of human rights to,blacks in slavery. It also compares them to this cen- tury's Nazi campaigns to exter- minate Jews, Slavs, Gypsies and the mentally ill on the basis of theories that classified those groups as "subhuman." -,,:t;, p P Reilly of Daniel Similar near-unanimity :.*er, Ms- " " " : , as., wno mro- See BISHOPS page 12 J!!-00atholic Parishes Campaign reaches 90 percent !iinarv renort shows amounted to $2,463,607. City; St. Philip Neri, Bicknell; Heart, St. Agnes and St. Boni- Anthony, St. Anthony; Sacred 8' Over their goals for l(a:- Parishes going over their St. Joan of Arc, Jasonville; St. face, Evansville; St. ' lic Parishes Cam- goals include Christ the King, Thomas, Knox County; Holy Boonville; St. Martin,Clement'chris- Heart,Newburgh;Schnellville;st. Rupert,St' John,Red ]1irl.39 Parishest,,aedge totals have re- Good Shepherd,andHOlYst. Boniface,Rsary' Name,cannelburg;Bloomfield;st. All Saints, hey; St. Raphael, Dubois; Holy Brush; St. Bernard, Rockport; i exceeding St. Benedict, Michael, Cross, Branch; St. Henry, YQt . . Fort St. Bernard, Gibson County; ti Clernents, diocesan Evansville; St. Philip, St. Daviess County; St. Patrick, St. Henry; St. Matthew, St. James, St. James; Sts. Philip; St. Celestine, Celestine; Daviess County, and St. Peter, Mount. Vernon; St. Philip, St.  of Stewardship and St. Mary, Ireland; Precious Montgomery Philip; St. John, Daylight; St. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt; St. I 1 tent, said that 90 per- Blood, Jasper; St. Martin, As of June 16, parishes with Wendel, St, Wendel; St. Celes- Joan of Arc, Jasonville; St. k,l, the goal has been Chrisney; St. John, Newburgh; pledges exceeding last year's tine, Celestine; St. Ferdinand, Thomas, Knox County; St. ' St. Bernard, Gibson County; include Christ the King, Good Ferdinand; St. Mary, Ireland; Michael, Daviess County; St. !' ) goal this year is St. James, St. James; Sts. Shepherd, Holy Rosary, Holy Holy Family and Precious Patrick, Daviess County; St. Id Pledges received Peter and Paul, Haubstadt; Spirit, St. Benedict, Holy Re- Blood, Jasper; Mary Help of Peter, Montgomery, and St. by June 16 Blessed Sacrament, Oakland deemer, Resurrection, Sacred Christians, Mariah Hill' St. Mary, Washington. the files Insurance meetings scheduled e Diocese of Evansville for00lay employees in diocese By PAUL R. LEINGANG Shield coverage or Physicians research item: Message editor Health Network coverage. Cov- erage will begin Sept. 1, the Portant is contributing financially to the Church? Medical insurance will be first day of the new fiscal year. " the topic at a series of seven Neither plan will exclude meetings in the Diocese of any pre-existing condition. Evansville in July and early Typically, a person starting a Evansville Catholics August. All full time employees new indemnity plan such as B-._ Extremely impor- 34%- Extremely impor- of the churches, schools and Blue Cross Blue Shield would tent tent other employers in the diocese not be able to get coverage for 38% -- Very important are expected to attend one of a pre-existing condition, af ' Very important 23%  Somewhat impor- the meetings, least for a certain period of "-- Somewhat impor- tent The medical coverage has time. Cox said Acordia has tant , '3%  Not very impor- several features worth noting, agreed not to make such typi- " Not very impotent tant according to Robert Cox, dioce- cal exclusions, as a one-time "-- Not important at 2% -- Not important at- san treasurer, only concession, for employees all all All eligible employees in who sign up for the coming the diocese will be able to year. chose either Blue Cross Blue See INSURANCE Page 3 i