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1998 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 1,5 Funeral Homes Four Convenient Locations WEST CHAPEL 3033 W. MARYLAND ST. ] HAUBSTADT ELECTRIC Licensed. Bonded. Insured Industrial, Commercial and Residential P.O. Box 405 TONY NAZARIO Haubstadt, IN 47639 812-768-5207 1-800-766-2787 A. Hormuth Chiropractic Physician 474-0704 HOrmuth Chiropractic IIc. 11S Green River Rd., Suite 104 - Ed. L. Lee Mortuary 101 North Meridian Street Washington, IN 254-3612 JASPER LUMBER CO. COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Ph: 482-1125 RT. 4, JASPER to all our clients for their confidence in lleek Insurance Agency, Inc. Jasper, lndiana Christian Books & Gifts Bey & Charlie Mendel, owners (812) 634-7766 416 Jackson St. Jasper, LN 47546 St. Boniface Church Picnic Sunday, 00,u00ust 3 St. Boniface Church Grounds Hwy 545, Fulda, Indiana Chicken or Roast Beef Dinners ed 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Air-Conditioned Dining Room SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten AVOID GREED Gospel for Sunday, August 2, 1998 Luke 12:13-21 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, C Cycle, a lesson on acquiring true riches. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. CROWD SAID TO TELL FRIEND SET ME JUDGE ARBITRATOR GREED PARABLE RICH MAN I DO NO PLACE PULL DOWN BUILD LARGER GRAIN GOODS I WILL SAY YEARS EAT DRINK GOD SAID VERY NIGHT YOUR LIFE F R I E N D E E R G L X P U L L D O W N P A V S P P A S J O K O R E K E P A R A L W K G R E N T D R B I K S E Y U C I M I A I D W R N O D A R E A B T T D I B U I L D G S L R O G C L R D P S D D E A H D H L L O O R U O P T A E M E I S N A J G O O D S A T F G A E X Q G R A I N D E P O Y T (c) 1998 Ah Publishing Co. Also featuring: Famous Soup, Sandwiches. Ice Cream WE'VE 60T WlIAT YOU NttD! Grand Raffle Games Novelties Bingo Wheelchairs Over 20 beautiful handmade quilts Walkers, Lift Chairs raffled throughout the day! Grand Raffle Harmon MedKal Supply 415 Vigo, Vincennes ,] At 7 p.m.with oyer 97 prizes  1-800-274-9685 '/,x Ftln [or the whole qllA. or 882-3636 ii Knights of Columbus Council 565 2901 W. Maryland St., Evansville, Ind. Phone: 423-2734 Open 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Friday Public welcome! VOLIR FAMILy PHARMACV 1 r. - J- i-,-J ........... l-r -:Tr IIIII I I I I I Stratman's Pharmacy City-Wide Delivery 413 Locust Street John and Judy Stratman 425-5293 i iii]111 i iiiiii ii i iii Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists Hwy. 62 and N. Welnbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop, 425-4422 Please Support Message Advertisers PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2345 W. Franklin St, 425-4364 I I I. Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 I III 1111 I ] IC I Nothing Sacred It was not an advertising boycott or a petition campaign that killed the controversial ABC drama "Nothing Sacred." It was the ratings, according to two top executives at ABC. ABC Entertainment chairml Stu Bloomberg and ABC Entertainment president Jan-de Tarses said they had wishc the shm, about a young pas- tor of an urban parish, had done better. "We loved that series, and really did try to sup- port it as much as we could." Missed opportunity A leading advocate of Chi_na's undergmtmd Catholic Church said President Clin- ton missed a "golden oppor- tunity" to draw attention to religious persecution during his visit to China. Joseph Kung, president of the Car- dinal Kung Foundation, said that Clinton should have addressed the issue when he heard from a government- approved Catholic bishop during a meeting with com- munity leaders in Shanghai. Kung said Clinton should have objected to statements by Bishop Aloysius Jin Luxi- an of Shanghai, who said that religious persecution is not a problem in China. Most misunderstood Calling the encyclical "Humanae Vitae .... the most misunderstood papal inter- vention of this century," Archbishop Charles J. Cha- put of Denver urged priests to endorse and Catholic cou- ples to practice"ttwteachings on contraception. "The issue of contraception is not peripheral, but central and serious in a Catholic's walk with God," the archbishop id in a pastoral letter mark- ing the 30th anniversary of Pope PaulVl's 1968 encycli- cal which said Catholics must not practice any artifi- cial form of birth control. Kids First A Catholic judge who servt the 3Nth District Court in Texas is fed up with seeing children  ictimized by parfaits in bad marriage. So fed up that, as of July 1, you cannot get a divorce in Hunt Count, without going through a spe- cial seminar. Judge Richard Beacom, who is a nmmber of St. William Parish, Greenville, m the Dallas l)kK-ese, man- dated the "Kids First" pro- gram to make parents realize what they are doing t0 their children. Beacom said he d; not expect the ,minar to sax, marriagt, but he dc ho|'., it will make parents cognizant of the pain and suffering inflicted on children.