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12 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana July Bulletin Continued from page 9 Schutte. (812) 426-2640. Depressed Anonymous, Thurs- days, 7:30 p.m., St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Evansville. 426-2640. Trips More German-American Her- itage, August 22 w 28, Kordes Enrichment Center, 841 E. 14th Street, Ferdinand, IN 47532- 9216. Gibault Bus Trip, August 28, $10 per person. Honey Creek Mall, Tour Gibault Boys School campus, Terre Haute., Mass and meal. Charlie (812) 985-5549. Workshops/Retreats Centering Prayer Intensive Re- treat, July 25 -- August 2, 7:30 p.m. Sunday -- 1 p.m. Monday. Kordes Enrichment, Ferdinand. $350 per person. Conference Retreat: Did Not Our Hearts Burn? August 1 -- 7, Catherine Spalding Center, Box 24, Nazareth, Ky. 40048. (502) 348-1515 or (502) 348-1516. Youth Teenpower 1993, July 21 -- 25, University of Evansville. Presented by: Youth Resources of Southwestern Indiana and ers Against Drunk bie O'Donnell (812) 421-0030'' Please send BULLETIN BOARD:! Housman The Box 4169 Evansville, The deadline for the Frida] Catholic leaders grapple with easing Balkan WASHINGTON (CNS) -- As prospects for ending the conflict in the Balkans looked grimmer, those urging peace in the region looked where they could for a glimmer of hope. Catholic leaders recently in the war-torn Balkan states confirmed for themselves the severity of the situation, yet continued to do all within their power to keep at bay a seemingly relentless slide to- ward still more war and de- struction. Pope John Paul II told 40 Bosnian war refugees in northern Italy July 11 he was praying that peace and justice would soon come to their "martyred homeland." The new apostolic nuncio to Bosnia-Herzegovina, Arch- bishop Francesco Monterisi, made a quick trip to ethnic strongholds in the tripartite nation in early July. He cele- brated Mass in the Sarajevo cathedral July 4, a day of in- tense Serbian bombardment of the Bosnian capital. On July 6, the archbishop traveled to Mostar, where he celebrated Mass in the cathe- dral in the midst of fierce fighting between Croatian and Muslim forces in and around the city. "We are at a decisive mo- = .o... Excavating & Trucking -Backhoe -,Dozing ,',Trenching ,,Stone ,,Gravel eAsphah eComplete Seplic Sysfem Wotet & Sewer Line ,,,Residential ond Commerciol -, o,,, .. .... - 768-6450 Lo, o, 76s-sao6 Since 1946 Ivark o' 867-7789 Rod,o Dspctcld f t IPl ( wit, e5 W  IbB), Hobstmd, Tom ot 76-J I 0 ment. Either a solution is to be found quickly or else the war will continue for who knows how long," Arch- bishop Monterisi.said after he returned to Italy. Also in the Balkans over a two-week span were Catholic Relief Services board chair- man Bishop lames A. Griffin of Columbus, Ohio, and CRS' Eurasia senior regional direc- tor, David Holdridge. "We are trying to prepare for what might happen -- an expansion of refugees and hostilities down here," said Bishop Griffin July 7 in Skopje, Macedonia. Fie and Holdridge also visited Croa- tia. Bosnia and the Yugosla- vian province of Kosovo. "We hope nothing hap- pens, but we are preparing ourselves," he said. "We want to pre-position food and med- ical supplies in case some- thing happens." Holdridge, at a conference in took an even advocating for ventionist "a viable Bosnia." ":; Thank you to Heart of Jesus; St; the Blessed answered. has the car with the answers important to you. Funeral Homes Four Convenient Locations i I WEST CHAPEL 3033 W. MARYLAND ST. Knights of Columbus LIFE INSURANCE ANNUNITIES AND IRA's JAMES FRANCE Evansville, IN (812) 479-5119 Serving Knights and their families for over a century i Buehlers I.G.A. "THE THRIFTY HOUSEWIFE'S SOURCE OF SAVINGS" QUALITY FOODS AND MEATS Also Huntingburg and Oakland City BECHER & iUESNER FUNERAL HOME Downtown Chapel, 214 E. 7th North Chapel, 33rd Newton KREMPP LUMBER CO. WHOLESALE BUILDING MATERIAL DIS- TRIBUTION & GENERAL CONTRACTING VALID CONflTCnON 462-1961 42-39 JASPER LUMBER CO. COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Ph: 482-1125 RT. 4, JASPER S The six-passenger Cadillac DeV]lle is the most spacious front-drive automobile you can buy. Standard luxury amenities include: Electronic climate control Six-way power front seats for driver and passenger Central door unlocking Electrochromic automatic di inside rearview mirror and many more $27,888 after rebate When you purchase a new 1993 DeVille. You must take delivery out of dealer stock. See us for details. CADILLAC. CHANGING THE WAY YOU THINK ABOUT OPEN NIGHTLY TILL 9:00 7 ,- .... . : .,-  OLD US 23/S., JASPER, IN 482-2222