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1998 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Visiting Nurse Plus, Inc. Supportive services that make a difference. VNP has provided a variety of supportive home health services to area families since 1982. Call us to review a video of our services. Evansville 610 E Walnut St. (812) 425-0853 Princeton 108 N First Ave. (812) 385-3717 TFs %. Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 J. laylor Phone: 486-3285 \\; TRUCK AND TRAILER SALES IOooo STATE HWY57 EVANSVILLE, IN 47732 RUXER FORD - LINCOLN - MERCURY JASPER 482-1200 1998 Mater DeC and Memorial Auction Presents Its For The Future" .... ........ ....... i I Monthly Lottery Drawing 1st Grand Prize Each Month SIO, O00 2nd Prize $ 1,500 ee $1,000 Prize S SO0 1st drawing to be held at the Mater DeC & Memorial Auction September 19, 1998, Holiday Inn Airport S100 yearly Membership Fee 48 chances to win each year! 4 chances to win each month! Benefiting Evansville Catholic High Schools place in the Developmen! Office or= the lost Monday of the Month at l O a.m. of oil winners will be in the Diocesan Moiling, the Message, The Red & Gold, and Memories. works: 3,000 tkkets are printed. Each tkke!  a number ranging from ! to 3,000. winner is responsible for all foxes. One ticket for $100 Mail stub(s) and donation to: Catholic High Schools, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724-0169 call: Steve Eickhoff of 423-2624, .tim Hubed at 426.1231 or Ossenberg ot 424-5S36 g For The Future" 1998 Monthly Lottery DONATION: One for SlO0 Stole  Zip Ilwl w blmm m "Building For The Future" 1998 Monthly Lottery DONATION: One for SlO0 SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten LEFT KNOCKING Gospel for Sunday, August 23. 1998 Luke 13:22-30 Following is a word search based on the Gospel read- ing for TwentyFirst Sunday in Ordinary Time, C Cycle, a lesson in remaining faithful. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. TEACHING LORD SAVED NARROW DOOR MANY ONCE STAND SAYING OPEN I DO NOT KNOW WHERE COME FROM WE ATE DRANK TAUGHT STREETS TELL YOU FROM ME ABRAHAM ISAAC JACOB KINGDOM A B R A H A M L W K G H J OGMO.DG N I K N X E W N T T N R B D C I W T D I S A A C A O D It J A S Y D S T U M N C C S E T A N O S E G H K A I W E S E D F D L H S E J O E R P R D R G L T T S R R D O E C N O D Y U W R T M A N Y R D M F O X A S A V E D O O R M D U N O T K N O W H E R E X (c) 1998 Air Publishing Co, | iii ir Four Convenient Locations EAST CHAPEL 8oo s .EBaON AVENUE NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION POLICIES As to Students and Employees of the Catholic Schools of the Catholic Diocese of Evansville The Catholic schools of the Catholic Diocese of Evans- ville, Indiana, admit students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities accorded or made available to students at these schools. They do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of their admissions policies, educational policies, scholarship or loan programs, athletics or other school-administered pro- grams. [Pursuant to I.R.S. Rev. Prec. (75-50) 34.03,2(a).] They, furthermore, do not discriminate on the basis of sex in their educational and employment policies and prac- tices, except where they are exempt from compliance by religious tenets. [Pursuant to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.] Inquiries concerning the application Of these regulations to these schools may be referred to: ' Dr. Phyllis Bussing, Director of Schools Stole _ Zip  ' Catholic Diocese of Evansville ' 4200 North Kentucky Avenue, P.O. Box 4169 1 Evansville, Indiana 47724-0169. 812/424-5536 Needwbmto l 19 Condemns bombing Irish church leaders and Pope John Paul II condemned the bloodiest terrorist bomb- ing in Northern Ireland's his- tory, urging people to reject violence and continue to seek peace. The 900-pound car bomb exploded in a villagae on the 29th anniversary of the first deployment of British troops to Northern Ireland. Mary 'a star of hope' Celebrating the Feast of the Assumption Aug. 15 at his summer villa outside Rome, Pope John Paul II prayed that Mary act as a "star of hope" for modern men and women as they struggle with the meaning of earthly existence. Church law 'clear' Church law is clear that only ripture texts approved for liturgical use can be used in official church worship, said Father James P. Moroney; secretary for liturgy of the National Conference of i Catholic Bishops. He saidl texts and prayers that are not i approved for liturgical use may be of value to people in i their private prayer. The U.S. bishops' impri- matur has been withdrawn from an English translation of the Psalms by the Internation- al Commission for English in the Liturgy. Against killingkillers Prints in prison ministry in the Philippines have renewed thek call to abolish the death penalty'. "Why do we kilt peo- pie who killed people to show killing people is wrong?" one .riest asked. More than 600 3eople, most of them rapists, ire waiting on death row, including 12 foreigners con- rioted of drug dealing. All called to witness In a landmark report on evangelization, participants in the international Catholic- Pentecostal dialogue agreed that all Christians axe caged to witness the Gospel to others. While affirming evangeliza- tion, they rejected prose- lytism, which they defined as "a disrespectful, insensitive and uncharitable effort to transfer the allegiance of a Christian from one ecclesial body to another." %upedor elected The head of the Eastern province of the Congregation of Holy Cross has been elected I superior geaegl of the tell- i gious order. Fa|her Hugh W. C'leazy, 52, was elected lulyl 7 to a six-year term that is renewable once.