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1998 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana i 19 COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Auto! Home! Fire & Life! Your Personal Service Agent James L. Will Ins. Agency Inc. 1925 W. Franklin Street 425-3187 DUB,IS COUNTY BANK MEMBER OLD NATIONAL BANCORP Member FDIC YOUR FIVE STAR SERVICE BANK Fert00zer Serv/=, In00. Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 Traylor Phone: 486-3285 Vanderburgh Co. Right-To-Life 474-3195 Evansville, Indiana "A Family Serving Families" BRADLEY'S COLONIAL CHAPEL, INC. 1005 E. Main Street Boonville, Indiana 47601 812-897-1459 /m. L. Bradley Ann M. Bradley-Holland FUneral Director Funeral Director 24-hour Funeral News number : 897-6805 FIRESTONE SERVICE, INC. 1400 W. Franklin Evansville, IN 424-5000 CORRESSELL, INC. HEATING. AIR CONDITIONING REFRIGERATION Commercial - Industrial - Residential Alan Corressell 426-1440 & Storage 'lie, Indiana 812-421-7750 Street Y ,Main St., _ Downtown Washington Phone: 254-5141 Count on us for professional medical care, any time of the day or night. W 1314 Grand Avenue ashington, Indiana 47501 (812) 25*2760 www.dcholp.org COMMUNICATIONS @.LLSOJ tes nds Year Nikki Lunslord Jim Greene B S.E. 21st St. IN 47501 812/254-5768 812/254.5766 1 (812) 254-2641 BUILDING SAVINGS BANK, FSB 200 E. Van Trees St., Washington 500 Main St., Petersburg SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten SEEK AND FIND Gospel for Sunday, July 26, 1998 Luke 11:1-13 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, C Cycle, lessons on the power of prayer. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. PRAYING PLACE TEACH PRAY FATHER HALLOWED KINGDOM GIVE US EACH DAY DAILY BREAD US NOT FRIEND LEND LOAVES JOURNEY CANNOT ASK KNOCK CHILDREN MUCH MORE GIVE SPIRIT WHO ASK US NO T G E D W M J O R L W K K I C H H O X W E D S J N V A C O D W R H D W S O E L A A G E X T H N E C U P E S N A D A D E V K S R T K I C E F T R A S B A N D K H W R O D O Y P Y L E N D O I N L L A D I E E Y A L E N I D R D N R V O Y L N A H D P E G O I K S A D C C S H C U M G T D H (c) 1998 Air Publishing Co. 00000o00000o0@050001100o0o0@00 $,@0, o 0o0oo0@@, St; Benedict Parish's Harlan, Evansville, IN - Grounds open nightly at 5:30 p.m. SUMMER SOCIAL July 23, 24 & 25 II Chicken & Roast Beef Dinners Dumplings, dressing, & home-made desserts. Served 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. nightly. Dine in air conditioned comfort. Eat in or carry out! Win $3,000! $1,500 First Prize $750 Second Prize $250 3rd, 4th, & 5th Chinese Auction Bingo Adult & Kiddie Games Crafts Cake Walk" Quilts Baby Quilts Egg Rolls Hamburgers Fish Sandwiches Cotton Candy Baked Goods, Ice Cream & Betty's Famous White Elephant Booth! ! I Play on Sunday The National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I board of directors will decide Aug. 11 whether to reconsider a ruling that would force schools to play or forfeit championship games sched- tiled on Sundays. The meeting comes after 99 universities requested on July 6  the day before Pope John Paul II issued his apostolic letter urg- ing Catholics to attend Sun- day Mass  reinstatement of the provision which accom- modated schools whose reli- gious convictions did not allow them to play on Sunday. Devastation Tidal waves that hit the northern coast of Papua New Guinea caused devastation "much worse than at first reckoned," said Australian missionaries working in the area. Australian Franciscan officials said that in the wake of the tidal wave, the lagoon in Sissano, Papua New Guinea, was full of bodies and debris from trees, houses and household goods. The mouth of the canal into the lagoon was choked with bod- ies, making canoe access impossible. God's City Newly ordained Bishop Ronald M. Gilmore asked his flock at his installation July 16 to help make every cit T in the Diocese of Dodge City "God's Cit):" Ordained as the fifth bishop of the southwest Kansas diocese, Bishop Gilmore, a native of Pittsburg, Kan., gave a short address to the over 800 attending the ceremony at St. Dominic Church in Gar- den cit)., Optimism Seminary rectors "are the most realistic and the most optimistic" members of the church when it comes to the future of the Catholic pr.iest- hood, said the rector of a U.S. seminary. Msgr. Timothy M. Dolan, rector of the North American College in Rome, hosted 32 English-speaking seminary rectors from 10 countries during a June 26- July 18 course for rectors. "We stand in awe of the sin- cerity and goodness of today's seminarians," Msgr. Dotan said. Bbhop McCormack Auxiliary Bishop John B. McCormack of Boston has been named to succeed the late Bishop Leo E. O'Neil as bishop of Man- chester, N,H, The appoint- ment was announced July 21 in Washington by Arch- bishop Agostino Cacciav- illan, apostolic pro-nuncio to the United States.