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2 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Lending a hand Loogootee group travels to Tijuana, Mexico This is the sixth year that parishioners from St. John Church, Loogootee, have trav- eled to Tijuana, Mexico, to work with Father John Tasto and the Missionaries of the Cross. "We spent June 27 through July 5 tearing down an existing church in preparation for a new one to be built," said Shirley Jef- fers, parish youth minister. "Several classrooms in the school were painted and the new library was organized and made ready for the next school year." The elementary students, grades one through six, receive a free education, Jeffers said. Their school year runs from mid-August to the end of June. "Unfortunately, most students are unable to continue their education past the sixth grade." Religious education is "very important" in the parish, she said. The Religious Sisters are natives of Peru, and together with Father Tasto, they "keep religious education a priority among the students and their parents. "They recently began night classes for-parents and are happy with the attendance so far." Traveling to Mexico from Loogootee were Jennifer Ridg- way, Melissa Wagoner, Jill Bridgewater, Shirley Jeffers, Stephanie Sutton, Leslie Hol- land, Julie Sutton, Tia Holub and Donna Heshelman. The Loogootee group joined a group from Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Carmel, Ind. Atr .... "'" .......... OClUeS ...... .... Continued from page 1 Sister Atuu recounted the July 1992 abduction of 44 girls from Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School in Gulu where she taught. Rebels invaded the school dor- mitory in the early morning, breaking down a door and tak- ing the girls away Notification of military per- sonnel, posted less than a mile awa}; and of six policemen assigned to guard the school, were futile, she said. "None of these men who were supposed to protect us were ever reprimanded," she said. Groups of girls were able to escape from the rebels over the following months. When they returned they told of terrifying experiences, including witness- ing the murder of two of their schoolmates. She urged the United States to appoint a special envoy to northern Uganda "to look seri- ously into the situation" and find ways to stop the abduc- tions and protect people from rebel attacks, to advise the Ugandan government on ways to end the conflict, and to fund humanitarian assistance, edu- cation and rehabilitation for child victims. Conlfortmaker Heating And Cooling Equipment Remarkable Technical Innovations And High Energy Efficiencies . 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