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.1996 The Message m for Catholics of Southwestern ifi-diana .......... - I aF se remember these departed in your prayers information was provided by Durchholz, Leigh Ann, in- in the Diocese of Joseph Francis, John, Vincennes, March Anna L., 75, Sacred Evansville, June 17. John Russell, 73, Evansville, June Francis W. 85 Sacred Heart, 25. Elmer, A., 72, Res- Evansville, June 25. -'k, Margaret S., 46, per, June 23. vy, Lorena, 72, St. May 25. Inert, Rose Mary, 79, nnes, April 29. roses, Donald Henry, Vincennes, April Mary E., 73, Xavier, Vincennes, rman, John G., 92, Evansville, June lein, Carl, 89, Holy June 17. Bernadine, 91, Evansville, June !k, Linus L., 76, Holy , Jasper, June 2. ler, Hattie, 92, St. June 22. Sr., Philip, 66, St. urgh County, UNIfiED SOUTHWEST BANK lt OLD NATIONAL RCORP fant, Good Shepherd, Evansville, June 29. Eversman, Leonard H., 75, ttoly Family, Jasper, June 26. Fridrich, Robert Martin, 84, Holy Rosary, Evansville, June 13. Fuchs, Gilbert, 69, Resur- rection, Evansville, June 29. Garnett, Curtis, 92, Holy Spirit, Evansville, June 20. Gauthier, Didace, 90, Christ the King, Evansville, June 27. Gordon, George E., 66, Sa- cred Heart, Vincennes, June 1. German, Patrick M., 79, St. Boniface, Evansville, June 18. Hammond, Delores, 71, Good Shepherd, Evansville, June 11. Harmon, Samantha Grace, infant, St. John, Vincennes, Feb. 22. Harpole, Mary "Terry," 64, Holy Spirit, Evansville, June 7. Head, Mary Rose, 70, Sa- cred Heart, Evansville, June 12. Hess, Raymond, 86, St. John, Vincennes, April 8. Hinderliter, Morris, 64, Holy Spirit, Evansville, June 19. Holmes, Damian, 17, St. Mary, Huntingburg, June 16: Holscher, John Michael, 47, St. Francis Xavier, Vin- cennes, June 14. Kaiser, Magdalen, 92, St. John, Vincennes, May 2. Kavanaugh, John C., 56, St. Peter, Montgomery, ,June 17. Lorey, AnnaLee, 71, St. Peter Celestine, Celestine, June 11. Lottes, Mary Florence, 69, Share a at mll) .l)-om 'i(,t:mm, ,dw ,rod her famil) came It, tile L!nitcd tt rt:fnet,s aml settled in Dallas, Texas. Oirm: I,.N. degree in )dedical Iecords Admiuistratioll 'r||Ollllt Colh,ge. ,ialimt, Kansas; Nnrsiug degree, Pace it), Pleasmm'ille, New brk whence: ()auct'r ()tordimflo,: women who are growing in their love of God, ire to join a connnunit)' with a strong spiritual, attd community life. "1 reali:ed JesuC Im'c for me, a.d I desired to t:fJ'er .tu,lf tot,dh to I li.t )u retHru. ] h,nv dt'fi- hitch m,uh" a ri.'dht choicc to he Ihsu'tlmrm. I)(msinie'a. I hare I,ce. el,t'ri- SillS) iO]S llsd pt'O,'(" ill I s.uht (usdJ'onud ,I ('SITS l('tlcht's list, 'c ..d serve Ilim aml Living our vous and participating in the lift" of the Church by prayer and sacraments, ,Jives us (lie ability to serve God in tis almstulate. " \\;'k nurse incurable cancer patients in our seven free, modern nursing homes, located in Ohio, Neu "lbrk, Pennsvhania, Georgia Massachusetts, and Minnesota. Many u ho enter our community hake'no prior nursing experience, hut t" all share a great cnmpas' ,n for the suffering poor and delig[ at heing ahle to help them. FOR MORE NAM 'ie l!dlranl ADDRESS Ill Ihorllc : 'trcuwg CiTY 69"4 Dt4 PHONE( PL fASF $[ND MF MORE tNFORM4 lION ABOU T YOUR CONGR[GA T/ON STME _ ZIP___ St. Joseph, Jasper, June 9. Lubbehusen, Henry, 81, Christ the King, Evansville, June 15. McCloskey, Rose M., 85, Holy Cross, Fort Branch, May 31. Miller, Wilma, 85, St. Mary, Washington, June 13. Moore, Melissa, infant, St. John, Vincennes, April 8. Murphy, Leonard R., 78, St. Peter, Montgomery, June 12. Naas, Thomas, 73, St. Agnes, Evansville, June 2. Page, Richard, 46, St. John, Vincennes, May 15. Paul, Richard, 65, Corpus Christi, Evansville, June 13. Porter, Thomas, 51, Holy Spirit, Evansville, June 19. Rider, George, 88, St. Benedict, Evansville, June 27. Schmitt, Cecelia, 93, St. Anthony, Evansville, June 2. Schmitt, Laurina, 77, St. Joseph, Dale, June 23. Shaw, Agnes, 87, St. Joseph, Evansville, June 2. Stryzinski, Edward M., 81, June 2. Stute, Elizabeth, 65, St. Agnes, Evansville, June 5. Terwiske, Dorothy, 70, St. Joseph, Jasper, June 24. Vennard, Sr., John Mil- ton, 78, St. Francis Xavier, Vincennes, June 9. Wagner, Edward S., 86, St. John, Daylight, June 24. Walz, Mary Florence, 88, St. Francis Xavier, Vincennes, May 24. Watzlavik, Vic., 65, St. Boniface, Evansville, June 21. Wehrheim, Donald Lau- rence, 77, St. John, Vin- cennes, May 27. Wendholt, Robert, 65, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, June 11. Woehler, Victor O. "Vie," 74, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haub- stadt, June 27. Yenowine, Cecilia, 100, St. Mary, Huntingburg, June 13. SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten SEEING SEEDS Gospel "for Sunday, July 14, 1996 Matthew 13:1-23 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. A Cycle, a parable about the Good News. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they ap- pear in the reading. HOUSE CROWDS ROCKY GROUND SUN ROSE THORNS CHOKED GRAIN ANSWERED UNDERSTAND HEART HEAR EARS HEAL THEM MANY EVIL ONE RECEIVE S S D K H E A L C N E V i E C E O R K S O W E R R O O T U R N D C H H W D N E E H T C O D Y R S E D L I 0 S D 0 D C F J T D B L S G R A I N D C R A N S W E R E A D N U 0 R G Y E H 0 U S E V i BOAT SCORCHED GOOD SOIL NOT SEE CLOSED TURN SOWER JOY T H E M R D U A D N B N D J O Y D T D X A P D H 0 G E E S A E A R E S R D X T T K C 0 R L 0 N E (c) 1996 AIt Publishing Co. COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Auto! Home! Fire & Life! Your Personal Service Agent James L. Will Ins. Agency Inc. 1925 W. Franklin Street 425-3187 i i ii iiii ii ,i Church00orld i i i I Program 'a mistake; The Wisconsin Works pro2 gram currently awaiting fed, eral waivers "is not welfare reform but welfare repeal,, Archbishop Re,bert G, Weakland of Milwaukee said in a July 4 column in the Washington Post. lie said it would be a mistake to with: draw a "safety net" for the poor, especially children. Against assisted suicide The Vatican newspaper denounced the implementa- tion of a law in Australia's Northern Territory that per- mits voluntary euthanasia, saying the step marked "a new monstrous chapter" in the history of humanity, ,. sad day : Tho Af,can Cabi:] net's decision to allow abor; tion on demand upto the 14th week of pregnancy was "a sad day in the history of our country" and "will be re,' gretted for many years," the region's Catholic bishops aid. Bricklayer's dilemna Declaring himself "a per son without a party," union leader John T. Joyee has said he cannot support President Clinton's re-election because of the president's veto of the partial-birth abortion ban. national Union orBricklayers I and Allied Cworkers and| a ce president,of e L;i ! CIO Executive CofihciL : said he is also con that %he election of Bob DOle as president and the return of a Republicm Congress will:be " 0 " ' nun us for working ple, Bishops: Transition Bishop Armando X. hoa became the fifth bishop of E1 Paso June 26 in an installa ] tion Mass attended by 4000 [ people at the city s CiviC| Center. : ! The Vatican announced I July I that Pope John I reonal