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30, 1993 The Message" for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 11 ootee parishioners volunteer at Tijuana mission This June, seven parishioners from St. John Church, Loo- g00tee, traveled to Tijuana, Mexico, to volunteer their time at Missionaries of the Cross mission. spent a week at the mission teaching the children Eng- and heln" , l ring to construct a chapel at the school. The group 'neluded Shirley Jeffers, Colette Buxton, Jennifer Gregory, isty Butch, !Shiliip Smith, Amy Love and Bill Woolard. tirley Jeffers said. "It was a terrific experience to fall. We d hard painting, (:leaning, carpentry, working with chil- and tutoring seminarians and nuns in English. We all )e to return next summer." The Missionaries of the Cross was founded by Father John ?asto four years ago. At that time, he was an Augustinian Priest in Peru. He received permission from the Augustinians begin his own mission in Tijuana, working with the poor. r Teresa of Calcutta is the spiritual mother of the mis- )n, which follows the same guidelines as the Missionaries of y of Mother Teresa. !ili;, i,!iiiiii' ........ iii :- Loogootee parishioners spent part of their visit in Ti. |aa helping to construct a chapel at the mission school. , Bill Woolard lends a hand. Built in 1825 for Noon Day Stage Coach Stop & Trading Post OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED AS THE OLDEST RESTAURANT IN INDIANA 12 MILES NORTH OF EVANSVILLE 1 MILE EAST OF US 41 ON OLD STATE ROAD OLDEST ORIGINAL LOG INN STAGE COACH STOP i Dine in the Original Log Room that Abraham Lincoln was in -in November 1844 DINNERS SERVED by Ala Carte Menu or FAMILY STYLE for 4 or More Draught Beer - Wine - Cocktails DINING ROOM SEATING 500 Serving Dinner from 4 to 10:30 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday Closed Sunday and Monday Evansville Telephone 867-3216 GENE and RITA ELPERS, proprietors Christi Burch receives hugs from Mexican children during her visit in Tijuana. Toll4ree number Birthright International has opened a new 800. number hot line to respond to the needs of U.S. and Canadian girls and women facing unplanned pregnan- cies. The hot line number, {800} 550-4900, will oper- ate initially from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern time, Monday through Friday. Birthright:: officials hope to expand it! to 2 hours daffy wlthm [ months. The hot line will [operate out of Atlanta [under the direction of |Terry Weave'r, USA I tional director I Birthright. Birthri founded in 1968 to a positive alternative abortion, currently has most 600 chaF wide. Caregiver projects Up to $23 million has been earmarked to fired tm terfaith projects nation wide offering home-based volun- teer care and companies ship to the disabled and frail elderly. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation will award start-up 8rants of $2S,000 teas manylas 900 interfaith  projects that can obtain matching funds from consregafions or civic York ps Bishop Dins  Bishop Andrew J. MC Donald of Little Rock joined other local religious leaders July 23 at funeral services Shirley Jeffers, Colette Buxton, Jennifer Gregory, Christy Burch, Phillip Smith, Amy Love and Bill Woolard traveled to Tijuana, Mexico, in June to volunteer their time at a Mission- aries of the Cross Mission. They are parishioners at St. John Church, Loogootee. . HAAS 4L SONS. INC. ! i His body was ':i "' IExcnvatlng & Trucking l -h,kh,., -D.i., -T,..,h. -S,...,,,., .A.,,,, I icovered in asma!!-ipakl -(ompi.I. S,,p,ic Sy,,m & wo,., & S,,e, un, -eidtl,md C,,l | | along the Potoma River| -,, o,,, s.,,,,,.- TA8=6$0 to,,-, o, 7s.sso I .,.::,,=.'L'.:=, ,,,,-,,:.,,, ..,,..,..,,.., ,' ::;.-;:If; l j lne Washingtom A father| ................. of tlir: whl l yoUR ST00R SE00V!C00 i