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August I 30, 1996  Open nightly til 9 p.m. hop & Sons ...Geo. TOYOTA OLD US 231 SOUTH, JASPER, IN 482-2222 * 1-800-937-USA1 i i YOUR FAMILy PHARMACy Stratman's Pharmacy City-Wide Delivery 413 Locust Street John and Judy Stratman 425-5293 Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists Hwy. 62 and N. Weinbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop. 425-442-" Please Support Message Advertisers PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2345 W. Franklin St. 425-4364 Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 WEST CHAPEL tions 3033 W. MARYLAND ST. Larry E. O'Bryan, CPA B.S. Accounting '70 am here and where I am going. " "Accountants measure success from a balance sheet, when in reality only a small portion is found there. At Brescia, rich in Catholic heritage, I learned not only accounting but why I Brescia College can provide you with a high-quality education. Classes are small and taught by outstanding faculty. Brescia offers over 30 majors and 1 7 minors in its bachelor's degree programs. Our Catholic heritage can help you develop as a Well-educated and thoughtful leader, ready for the challenges of the 21 st century. BRESCIA COLLEGE 717 Frederica Owensboro, KY 42301 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana II II iiii SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten GOD FORBID Gospel for Sunday, September I, 1996 Matthew ! 6:2 !.2 7 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time. A Cycle, a hard lesson in obedience. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. JESUS SUFFER SCRIBES GOD FORBID MAN TAKE UP WHOEVER FIND IT K F J G O D O L G D L N F O E O W P R N P B C A I J H D G F P A D D B T MUST GO JERUSALEM ELDERS PRIESTS PETER TOOK HIM HAPPEN SATAN AFTER ME DENY HIS CROSS FOLLOW SAVE LOSE IT ANGELS REPAY O K M i H K O O T R R E V E 0 H W X H D L O S E i T D T Y A P E R V E X D S S L E G N A T F P U M M Y F E S R U R M A I L R C E E E I N D J E R T K J D E E F F I E A I R S S C F B P T S U ! T T U E H I S C R O S S S (c) 1996 All Publishing Co. i i -- i I i i $ . Box 68 Montgomery., Indiana 47558 Donald l, Traylor President Phone: 486-3285 I i iiii i i i Kimball International Jasper, Indiana Ill i i p i .... Director of Music Ministries Half-time, 50 week position, fall 1996. Responsibilities include administering music program, coordinating music for liturgies, directing youth and adult choirs. Requires organ/keyboard/vocal & directing skills, appreciation of traditional and contemporary music, knowledge of Roman Catholic Liturgy. 2 years experience and music degree preferred. Send rdsumd by 9/30/96 to: Rectory Sacred Heart Church 2004 N 2nd St. Vincennes, IN 47591 11 I I I i II | I I IH II Church000rld ! IIII I I I : I III III II ..... III I Clinton 'snubd' I Clinton' outlawing partial.birth abor- tions, n China bishop dies Government-recognized Bishop Paul Song Weili, who administered the church in Langfang, just southeast of Beijing, died July 20 at the age of 83, it was reported a month later. Bishop Song was clandestinely ordained in 1982. Bishop Moran dies Retired Bishop William J, Moran of the former Military Vicariate, which primarily served the U.S. arvned forces overseas, died Aug. 23 after a long illness. He was 90 years old. Nuncio named A Philadelphia-born priest who has served in the Vati- can diplomatic corps for two decades has beennamed papal nuncio to Bangladesh. Msgr. Edward J. Adams, 52, also is to be promoted to arch- bishop, the Vatican an-: nounced, Aug. 24. Thologlans network A working group of Catholic. theologians from five continents formed a new international network of Catholic theology societies at a meeting Aug. 2-5 in Sher. brooke, Quebec. Called "Net- work: Catholic Theology,  the group hopes to improve in- ternational communication among theologians and help the church face the chal- lenges of its transition from a European cultural institu- tion to a global, multicultural reality,