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1 September 4, 1987 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana i tJ II I I 'May they rest in peace' mmmmmmmam  Remember these faithful departed in your prayers Camilla Baumert, 74, St. Evansville, Aug. 25. Washington, Aug. 6. Simon, Washington, Aug. 2. Robert Doyle, St. Peter, Ralph Hobbs Sr., 81, St. Aurelia Belz, 84, Holy Trini- Montgomery. Mary, Siberia, Aug. 8. ty, Evansville, Aug. 13. Rosa Ebenkamp, 90, St. Christine Hollowell, 86, St. James Bishop, 28, St. John, Joseph, Jasper, Aug. 16. Joseph, Evansville. Newburgh, Aug. 11. David Edmiston, 44, St. Frank Jahn, 80, St. Anthony, Harold Berries, 79, St. Mary, Simon, Washington, Aug. 23. St. Anthony, Aug. 18. Evansville, Aug. 27. Donald Engler, 57, Holy Nicholas Kiesel, infant, Sts. Mary Braker, 75, St. Joseph, Trinity, Evansville, Aug. 5. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt. Evansville, Aug. 5. Julius Frey, 72, Vincennes, Raymond King, 69, Holy Oscar Brames, 70, St. Aug. 8. Spirit, Evansville, Aug. 14. Joseph, Jasper. Gerald W. Goffinet, Old Kurt Knies, 27, St. Celestine, Adelia Brune, 86, St. Cathedral, Vincennes. Celestine, Aug. 21. Theresa, Evansville, Aug. 5. Mary Griebel, 74, Resurrec- Otto Kunkel, 70, St. Mary, Wallace Buck, 65, St. Mary, tion, Evansville, Aug. 21. Ireland, Aug. 28. Evansville, Aug. 6. Marie Happel, 76, St. Leone Cavanaugh, 91, St. Boniface, Evansville, Aug. 13. Wilbur Lackey, 73, .St. Simon, Washington, Aug. 14. Sister Anna Louise Hein, 91, Theresa, Evansville, Aug. 16. Charles Clark, 90, St. Seton Manor, Evansville, Aug. Arthur Leinenbach, 68, St.  enedict, Evansville, Au. 18. 7. Mary, Ireland, Aug. 21. Marjorie Conley, 54, St. Mayme Helfrich, 91, St. John Libs, 77, St. Benedict, Mary, Washington, July 31. Boniface, Evansville, Aug. 7. Evansville, Aug. 21. Frank Daugherty, 71, EdgarHenke, 66, St. Joseph, Genevieve Linke, 73, Holy Loogootee, Aug. 16. Jasper, Aug. 16. Rosary, Evansville. Teresa Deem, 78, St. Joseph Hickman, 64, St. Elizabeth Longtine, 83, St. Thomas, Knox County, July 29. John, Vincennes, Aug. 20. Theresa, Evansville, Aug. 23. Lisa Ann DeWitt, 21, John Hill, 87, St. Simon Flavian Matthews, 91, St. Mary, Barr Township, July 31. A POLICY OF VALUE FOR THE INDIVIDUAL HEALTH INSURANCE BUYER PERSONAL "1 [' MEDICARE" ['DENTACARE  SECURITY |SUPPLEMENT I |COVERAGE PROGRAM / PROGRAM I l PROGRAM (Under 65) / (Over 65) | 1 (All Ages) of Indiana Registered marks Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association CARRY THE CARING CARD:" JAMES JETT & ASSOCIATES 514 S. Green River Road P.O. Box 8104 Evansville, Indiana 477i5 Phone: (812) 473-4005 Mary McKesson, 85, St. John the Baptist, Newburgh, Aug. 18. Karen Mehringer, 34, St. Joseph, Jasper, Aug. 28. Jane Moore, 77, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Aug. 21. Helen Murphy, 83, St. Benedict, Evansville, Aug. 17, William O'Dell, Old Cathedral, Vincennes. David Phillips, 41, St. Simon, Washington, Aug. 14. Alberta Padgett, 72, St. John, Loogootee, Aug. 1. Daniel Queen Sr., 75, St. Mary, Washington, Aug. 4. Stanley J. Radwanski, Sacred Heart, Vincennes. Joseph Rape, 85, St. Joseph, Jasper, Aug. 7. Helen Reitz, 82, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Aug. 30. Cecelia Rexing, 89, St. Joseph, Evansville, Aug. 22. Dorothy Risley, 75, Sts. Peter and Paul, Petersburg, Aug. 11. Bernard Sabelhaus, 92, St. Boniface, Evansville, Aug. 1. William Sendelweck, 59, St. Mary, Ireland, Aug. 28. Leone Sermersheim, 86, St. Mary, Ireland, Aug. 2. Edwin Schaefer, 79, St. James, Haubstadt, Aug. 5. Jeffrey Stallings, 22, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Aug. 1. Kazimierz Tawczynski, 76, St. Joseph, Jasper, July 31. Helen Thompson, 68, St. John, Evansville, Aug. 3. Josephine Thorne, 79, St. Benedict, Evansville, Aug. 20. Jeanette Voegerl, 62, Holy Family, Jasper, Aug. 5. Viola Wagner, 85, St. Boniface, Evansville, July 31. Robert Weiler, 80, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, July 30. Ida Winzeler, 93, Holy. Redeemer, Evansville, Aug. 14. Jack Yates, 40, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, Aug. 15. John Zint, 81, Blessed Sacra- ment, Petersburg, Aug. 9. Cursillo movement 'shifting gears' By MARK LOMBARD NC News Service HOLYOKE, Mass. (NC) -- Cur- sillo leaders must bring the Gospel to those for whom believing doesn't come easily, said Cardinal Bernard F. Law of Boston. "You and I have to bring the message of the Gospel to a world that finds it very difficult to believe in God and if it believes in God, finds it very difficult to believe in the church," he said, Cardinal Law made the com- ments at an Aug. 14-16 meeting in Holyoke of about 235 lay coordinators, Spiritual advisers and others involved in the Cur- sillo Movement from 16 dioceses in New York and the New England states. Theme of the meeting was "And-you shall renew the face of the earth." True to the Cursillo Move- ment's Spanish heritage, the gathering included six Spanish- 0000e888[000 CLASSIFIEDS 5 word Only 1 per ! 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At the closing liturgy, three readings and a reflection from Cardinal Law were offered in Spanish. The Cursillo Movement, which began in Spain in 1949 as a Christian renewal effort, seeks to promote individual and organized apostolic action. Individuals are initiated through a three-day Cursillo weekend focused on prayer, study and Christian action. Cardinal Law told the Cur- sillo leaders that in their work of spreading the Gospel they may become discouraged. "By God's grace you are ask- ed to evangelize in an environ- ment that must understand that God's kingdom can be ex- erienced in family, that God's ingdom can be experienced in marriage, that God's kingdom can be experienced in the church," he said. "When you invite others to make a Cursillo you invite them to enter into the kingdom GOVERNMENT HOMES for $1.00 (U Repair) BUY DIRECT! Ropes & Tax SEIZED Properties. Call TODAY for FACTS! 1-518-459-3546 Ext. 3717B (Toll-Refundable) 24 HRS. 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First, the Bar Association would like priests and their congregations to celebrate the Bicentennial through their ser- vices on the weekend of Sun- day, Sept. 13 or Sunday; Sept. 20. Secondly, it asks that every church with a bell tower to ar- range ringing their bells for 200 seconds at 3 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 17. This bell ringing will be requested city wide, as well as nationally. THANKS ST. JUDE and Blessed Virgin for prayers an favors and' novenas answered. B.F. MAY THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS be adored, glorified, loved and preserved throughout the world now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus pray for us, St. Jude Worker of Mireacles, pray for us. St. Jude, Help of the Hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer 9 times a day, bu the 8th day your prayer will be answered. It has never been known to fail. Publication promised. M.S, The Message Classifieds Deadline: Nine days preceding the Friday date of issue (a Wednesday). Rates: 15 per word, symbol, or abbreviation. 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