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1998 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 1 5 opening at Holy Redeemer of our before and after school care program. Experience in and supervision required. ind r6sum6 to Parish Office at W. Mill Rd nsville, IN 'I0, = Homes Locations WEST CHAPEL 3033 W, MARYL.AND ST. RATES INCREASING? Z i AGE DRIVERS? loday for discounts Student discounts . ' orne discounts ii !!:i. Driver discounts . : ONB INSURANCE PI Office Box 968 Evansville, IN 47706 (12) 423-5228 ' . JAMES A. NIEMEIER Personal Lines Manager LUPE PILGRIMAGE with Fr. John Emge July 22- 27 from Indianapolis $1030 Peace Center Tours 7 or 800-233-0334, Fax 630-941-,7807 Margaret Parker -- 812-254-2646 ete Interiors Tops Seats )FING Loads in Stock" $41.95 sq.& up to $37.95 sq. in Stock Stock ............... $259.00 100' span ;i PACKAGES Quotes at 5:30 p.m. of Evansville Your computer at SC, HNELLVILLE , FOR COMPLETE ELECTRICAL SERVICE FISCHER ELECTRIC INC. SCHNELLVILLE, IN 389-2418 i i i i Ed. L. Lee - Mortuary 101 North Meridian Street Washington, IN 254-3612 I I SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten TOWARD JERUSALEM Gospel for Sunday, June 28, 1998 Luke 9:51-62 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, C CycLe, a lesson in the solitude of vocation. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. JERUSALEM MESSENGERS AHEAD OF HIM BECAUSE JAMES LORD FIRE HEAVEN ANOTHER ALONE WHEREVER JESUS FOXES BIRDS NESTS NOWHERE TO LAY FATHER BURY PROCLAIM KINGDOM PLOW BACK R N O W H E R E .H T A F E E R I F O X E S D H X H V K A W H E R E V E R T A C N O F H I M J A K O E A T L K Y I A E D I N H B H A Q A D J R D N A O K E D L L Y R U B G J O L R C W O L P S I D E J O O G A T N D A R O S X R D P E U D E L D M U P D N E S T S E E S S S R E G N E S S E M X P (c) 1098 Air Publishing Co. i i ii Visiting Nurse Plus, Inc. Supportive services that make a difference. VNP has provided a variety of supportive home health services to area families since 1982. Call us to review a video of our services. Evansville 610 E Walnut St. (812) 425-0853 Princeton 108 N First Ave. (812) 385-3717 ommunications Associate Part of three-person team responsible for external and internal communications for the Sisters of St. "" ! Benedict, Marian Heights Academy, and Kordes I I Enrichment Center in Ferdinand, Indiana. Applicant should I thesource! [ have skills in desktop publishing/layout, web page design I Radio ] and editing, and photography, wifla degree in communi- ] ] cations, journalism, marketing, or related area. No phone ] News calls, p ! :5:i0 p.m. ] !ease on 91.5 i Send resume to Karen Katafiasz, Director of Communica- I mvi,e I tions, Sisters of St. Benedict, 802 E. 10th St., Ferdinand, IN omputer wuevweb Beatifies three Pope John Paul 1I beatified three Austrians during his June 19-21 pastoral visit, one of them a nun who was beheaded by the Nazis. The three new Blesseds are Fran- ciscan Sister Restituta Kafka, Calasantin Father Aaron Maria Schwartz, and Premon- stra tensian Fa filer Jakob Kern. Helps North Korea A Vatican delegation met with government officials in North Korea June 14, cele- brated Mass with the small Catholic community there and left behind a $300,000 donation from Pope Joltn Paul II for flood victims. The country's communist govern- ment has welcomed church relief efforts in recent years, and the Vatican has used these occasions to begin a dia- logue with state authorities. Cardinal dies Italian Cardinal Anastasio Ballestrero, who authorized controversial carbon-dating tests on the Shroud of Turin, died June 21 at age 84 fol- lowing a long illness. His death leaves 158 cardinals in the College of Cardinals. Of that number, 118 are under age 80 and therefore eligible to vote in a conclave. Priest killed ' .... ..... : An Italian missionary was murdered June 20 as he was returning to a mission near Sao Paulo, Brazil. Father Leo Commissari was shot three times. His body was found in his car with his seat belt still fastened. His wallet was empty. KCs set record The Knights of Columbus announced it set records in 1997 with $107.1 million in charitable contributions and 50.2 million hours in volun- teer services. PSA for fathers Cardinal Roger M. Maho- ny of Los Angeles left the hospital as scheduled lune 18 after receiving a clean bill of health from his doctors fol- lowing surgery for prostate cancer. He gave Father's Day advice: "Give your fathers, your grandfathers, your hus- bands a PSA test" (to help detect whether they have prostate cancer). Billboard removed Mourners emerging from a funeral Mass in Dublin were upset at the site of a Smimoff Vodka billboard with a 3-D coffin belching red smoke, surrounded by people dressed as vampires. Following complaints, Gilbeys of Ireland removed the bill- board opposite Donnvbrook parish church. L .