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1998 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Coffee Services Total Beverage Distributor -Kentucky and Teas 3UR TASTE, WE CAN MATCH IT Washington 254-4409 Evansville 422-1833 Main Street Pharmacy 217 E. Main St., Downtown Washington Phone: 254-5141 Living'00,.Cis Word A radio Bible teaching with Dr. Ann Gries WVHI- 1330 AM Mon. - Fri., 11"15 tol 1:30 a.m. Mon. - Sat., 5 p.m. "YOur word is a/amp to my feet an d a lght to my path." Psalm 119:105 hts of Columbus Council 565. yland St., Evansville, Ind. Phone: 423-2734 'Pen 5 p,m. to 9 p.m. every Friday Saturday July lOth and 24th ....  Public welcome! ST. JqE)HN, MMER,SOCIAL Frame Road • Newburgh, IN uly 9, 10 & 11 -- 11 p.m., Thursday, Friday & [;aturday Thursday Try our outside Food Booths! Friday & Saturday only Fried Chicken and Chicken & Dumpling dinners rved in air-conditioned center 4:30 - 7:00 p.m. Carry outs available. :lies (Thurs.) BBQ Sandwiches Cotton Candy Jrst & Italian French Fries Quilts ,Fri. & Sat ) Onion Rings Chinese Auction Popcorn Air Cond. Bingo 'Urgers Corn Dogs Dunking Booth :hes Ice Cream Games & Rides Y Funeral Homes SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten LAMBS TO WOLVES Gospel for Sunday, July 5, 1998 Luke 10:1-12, 17-20 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, C Cycle, a teaching for disciples. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. SENT EVERY TOWN YOUR WAY LAMBS THE MIDST WOLVES FIRST REST IF NOT LABORER EAT BEFORE STREETS AGAINST DAY SODOM YOUR NAME LIGHTNING TREAD SCORPIONS ENEMY REJOICE HEAVEN S E V L O W J O X L G N B Y M E N E L K P N N X M E O P L Y T O N F I U A T F U M B N C S E N T L S C O R P -:,4). N S T S a N Y P R N .vb T H H R B I 0 K H E A V E N G I O A U S O D O M V N ! F R G R E J O I C E F L X E A W E H D A E R T O P R T A A S W E P Y L W K LD A Y T S T R E E T S C (c) 199g All Publishiny Co. i ,,i Youth and Young Adult Ministry Associate Established neighborhood parish with school -- 1,050 familie. Priority Framework: • Pastoral Services • Integrated Parish ministry • Development/Advocacy • Networking High School/PoslHS to age 25. New Position. Part-time. Seek vibrant person for intentional ground laying. Committed and Present to young people and their families. Team person, minimum BA+, experience, training in related areas: theology, pastoral care, l:)sycholo, development, youth ministry, systems theoq,', management. Computer tech skills huge +. Faith-filled, practicing Catholic. Send r6sum6 to: Y/YA Search Team, St. Stephan Martyr, 1000 English Ave., Louisville, KY 40217 Available Sept. 1. Strong Comparable Salary I I II I II Family and Business Insurance Needs Home Fire and Theft Auto Product Liability Contractors Commercial Auto OfficeStores Workers Comp ONB/HELFRICH INSURANCE 2121 W. Franklin Street, Evansville, Indiana 477 i 2 • (g ! 2) 423-4046 DENNIS K FELDHAUS General Mar SCHNEIDER ........... INC 118 W. Franklin St, • Evansville, IN 47710 • l-loatlr@ ,. 812,-'8 • Air tmning FAX 42,1..,1149 • Refrigeration • Commercial Kitchen Ecment • Sales. Pami & Se • Vemtion • Plumbing l:tr   II[NORVf.A i ii i L I m [ Wade Funeral Home Robert J. Wade 119 S. Vine Street. Haubstadt. IN 768-5210 Call about pre-need counseling. Alan J. Wade 15 ,hi I   ,  ,1 Bishops appointed Among appointments an- rd June 30, Pope John Patti II: • Accepted the resignation of Bishop Norman E McFar- land of Orange, Calif., and appointed Bishop Tod D. Brown of Boise, Idaho, as his successor. • Named Auxiliary Bishop Patrick J. McGrath of San Francisco as coadjutor of San Jose, where Bishop R. Pierre DuMaine has been ordinary since 1981. • Named Msgr. John Charles Wester, vicar for cler- gy in the San Francisco Arch- diocese, as an auxiliary bish- op of San Francisco. China disturbing The Vatican said it was dis- turbed by reports of new arrests of Chinese Catholic leaders in the days before Pres- ident Bill Clinton visittKt the Asian countD: Among those detained by police was Bishop Julius Jia Zhiguo of Zhen,Kling, in Hebei province, according to the U.S.-based Cardinal Kung Foundation. 'Must seek unity' Catholics and Orthodox must seek uni, as they carry out Christ's charge to share the Gospel with the world, Pope John Paul 11 said. The pope:met .June 28 with a three-member delegation rep- renting Ecumenical Ortho- dox Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople. 'a new beginning' With the election prtx'ess for Northern Ireland's new acembly complete, Archbish- op Sean Brady of Armagh, Northern Ireland, said an environment of peace and mutual understanding is needed. He asked people of faith to "pray that we do not ,squander the glorious opl.xr- trinity for a new [xginning." Ban halted A federal judge ordered a prelimina D, injunction against the Vh'ginia law barwting par- tiM-birth abortion. U.S. Dis- trict Judge Robert E, Payne made the ruling June 25 in Richmond. School savings Philadelphia Cardinal Anthony J. Bevilacqua has sent letters to 10 suburban schcl district superinten- dents asking them to consid- er school vouchers to ease space shortag and tin,racial constraints cau_,t by grow- ing student populations, The Philadelphia A rchdiocee has approximately 7,220 acan- cie in the hools it rdns in the areas covered by the 10 suburban school tistricts, and using a voucher system to allow parents to fill those vacanck could save taxpay- ers nearly $59 million a year, acxrding to the archditce.,,