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ho00/l E S S CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF EVANSVILLE VOLUME 23 NUMBER 42 July 9, 1993 family members pany Archbishop to Rome By JOHN F. FINK to the Message IME _ Amid all the and color of a papal 'ation, Archbishop M. Buechlein was in- with the pallium by John Paul II in St. Basilica on Tuesday, 29. presence of 30 cardi- of the Ortho- and numerous lops and bishops, Buechlein was 7 metropolitan arch- including three from States, to receive from the pope. Pallium is a circular lof made from cloth nb s wool, decorated six black crosses. It is around the neck during Ceremonies. is a symbol of of the episcopacy in the authority acy. The investing are held each the feast of Sts. Peter for archbishops been installed dur- year. Archbishop who is metropoli- rovince of the was installed of Indianapo- bt. 9. two Americans the pallium hop Eusebius City and Elden Curtiss of ople accompa- p Buechlein r were members r and friends from from Indi- and Memphis. the archbishop his appoint- olis. Family Bd his and Charles' . the archbishop's nephews and their and two grand- nieces. Fathers James Bonke and Paul Etienne from the Arch- diocese of Indianapolis were among the concelebrants of the Mass. The pope delivered his homily in Italian. He noted the presence of the Orthodox delegation and said that re- pairing the break between Christian churches is a "de- mand of the faith." The investiture with the pallium followed the homily. Each archbishop pledged his fidelity and obedience to the holy, catholic and apostolic church and the pope and his legitimate successors. Then each archbishop ascended the steps and knelt on a pillow at the pope's feet while the pope placed the pallium around his neck. After the Mass the pope stopped to pray at the tomb of St. Peter. A lunch and reception for the three U.S. archbishops followed at North American College. In the evening the groups that accompanied the three U.S. archbishops had an au- dience with the pope. The pope greeted each person and handed him or her a rosary. On Monday, June 28, the day prior to the investiture, Archbishop Buechlein and those who accompanied him traveled to Assisi to visit the sites made holy by St. Francis and St. Clare. On Wednesday, June 30, the archbishop celebrated Mass for the group at the tomb of St. Paul in the Basil- ica of St. Paul's Outside-the- Walls, and on Thursday, July 1, he celebrated Mass for the group at the tomb of St. Peter in St. Peter's Basilica. John F. Fink is editor of The Criterion, newspaper of the Archdiocese of Indi- anapolis Pope tO meet ClintOn dufin9 By JOHN THAVIS the evening of Aug. 12; cole- Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope John Paul II will meet President Clinton during his visit to Denver for the World Youth Day celebration in Au- gust, the Vatican announced. The pope, meanwhile, said he hoped the youth day fes- tivities would offer a "sign of confidence" and multicul- tural cooperation to a tense and troubled world. In exchanging experiences and strengthening their faith, participants will "form an im- mense circle of friendship, as if to squeeze humanity in a hug of peace in order to build an impassable barrier against every form of violence," he said July 5. The world's young people can demonstrate togetherness during "a moment of history that is tormented by tensions and bloody wars. and by forms of intolerance capable of jeopardizing the.unity and peace of the world, he said. The Vatican said the pope's meeting with Clinton would take place at Denver's Regis University Aug. 12, shortly after the pontiffs arrival in the city. The encounter, the first between the new presi- dent and the pope, was con- firmed July 5 when the Vati- can released the complete schedule of the pope's Aug. 9-16 visit to Jamaica, Mexico and Denver. As expected, the pope will have se,eral major meetings with young people during his stay in Denver: he will,root them in Mile High Stadium brate Mass for youth dele- gates in the Denver cathedral Aug. 14; hold his main meet- ing with youths the evening of Aug. 14 in Cherry Creek State Park; and celebrate a closing Mass for World Youth Day the morning of Aug. 15. The Vatican said the pope would celebrate Mass in the Denver cathedral with U.S. bishops on Aug. 13, a day that has otherwise been kept free for a papal outing to a re- treat center in the Rocky Mountains. The pope's Denver sched- ule also includes a Liturgy of the Word ceremony for the faithful of the archdiocese on Aug. 14, a meeting with Viet- namese U.S. Catholics Aug. 15, and a visit to children at the Mount St. Vincent Home Aug. 15. It will be the pope's 60th trip outside Italy. Here is the papal schedule released by the Vatican July 5. Times listed are local, with Eastern Daylight Time in parentheses. Monday, Aug. g (Rome-Ja- maica) w 12:40 p.m. (6:40 a.m.). Departure from Rome's Leonardo da Vinci Airport. m 3:30 p.m. (4:30 p.m.), Welcoming ceremony at Nor- man Manley International Airport in Kingston. Jamaica. Talk by pope. --4:4S p.m. (5:45 p.m.), Vhouse for poor run by Kipgston meml/rs of Mother Tesa s Missionaries of Char- ity. 5:55 p.m. {6:55 p.m.I, Courtesy visit to Governor- General Howard Cooke at King's House in Kingston. -- 6:20 p.m. (7:20 p.m.), Meeting with Prime Minister Percival Patterson at King's House. Tuesday, Aug. 10 (Ja- maica) 7 a.m. (8 a.m.), Courtesy visit to opposition leader at archbishop's residence in Kingston. 7:45 a.m. (8:45 a.m.), Prayer service with priests, seminarians, men and women religious, and deacons at Cathedral of the Most Hol, Trinity in Kingston. Talk l: ) pope. n 9:10 a.m. (10:10 a,m.}, Meeting with lay people at auditorium of St. George Col- lege in Kingston. Talk by pope. 10:45 a.m. (11:45 a.m.}, Ecumenical Liturgy of the Word at Holy Cross Church in Kingston. Talk by pope. 4:30 p.m. {5:30 jLm.), Mass at National Stadr n i in Kingston. Sermon by pope. Wednesday, Aug. 11 {Ja- maica-Mexico} 7:30 a.m. {8:30 a.m.), De- parture ceremony at Kingston airport. Talk by pope. 8 a.m. {9 a.m.), Depar- ture from Kingston for Merida, Mexico. 9:15 a.m. {11:15 a.m.), Welcoming ceremony at Merida international airport, Talk hy pope. 10 a.m. (noon}, Depar- ture in helicopter from Ji Merida airport for IzamaL 10:30 a.m, [12:30 p,m.}, Arrival at Izamal heliport. -- I0;45 a.m. (12:45 p m.},  " Meeting with represenl a iw s See POPE page 4