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18 . Message -|or Catholics of Southwestern Indiana September 4, | ! R I L'fe ura Readerb. 11 -- -- --e Last month's readers were invited to send in words | V','1dI"iD ','DI" 'r'rsa,l" lllr|ill phrases used bv the Catholic Church, to bc defined. Amonl 1,v .;t:=vv....-v=mL l.d,=v-,,Jl.t,,..., ,,-vv,.=-.--: the suggestions'were tile following: Cursillo (cur-SEE-yo) Movement: A lay movement in _ .1 |  11_ _ _ L__ __ .... .1 _ _ | __  J .... valved in Christian renewal. It encourages prayer and apoSi Ol laoor, OUSlness, Iarm leaoers tolicaction. ,, ......... Participants attend a three-day Cursil]o, or Little Pesticides harmed in the fear that the present NAFTA angntmKnow.  United States might affect consumers of imported food product, according to Father John Bocglin. That is only one of his concerns about the impact of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Laborers, farmers and busi- ness persons ought to be con- cerned about the agreement, according to Father Boeglin. He believes the agreement will affect every community no matter how small or large it may be. Father Boeglin is the direc- tor of the Catholic Rural Life in the Diocese of Evansville, an advisor for the Indiana Catholic Conference, and pas- tor of St Celestine Church, Celestine. Catholic Rural, Life Directors recently met in Donaldson, Ind., to study the impact of the agreement. NAFTA is the U.S. trade agreement with Canada and Mexico. In May of 1991, Congress granted President George Bush "fast track" authority in trade agreements, according to Father Boeglin.This gave the Bush administration the ability to negotiate trade agreements in secret, he said. Father Boeglin Said there is h',gislation could require the Unite(l States to accept food containing residues of pesti- cides banned or severely lim- ited in the United Siates, such as DDT, heptachlor and endrin. "Since the present adminis- tration has refused immediate release of the details of the agreement, NAFTA could af- fect more U.S. laws and have greater effect on the lives of the American people than a year of regular congressional business," said Father Boeglin. On Aug. 6, 1992, congress passed NAFTA with the stip- ulation to protect American labor, as well as consumer and environmental standards, but Father Boeglin ques- tioned whether that will re- ally happen. "There is a definite moral concern about this part of the agreement," he said. "Are there grave flaws in NAFTA which will severely impact U.S. citizens? The public has i "Funeral Pre-Plannin9 Since 1940" Miller & Miller 424-9274 The public is invited to a forum about NAFTA, at Lin- denwood, PHJC Ministrv Center (Convent Ancilla Do- mini), Donaldson, Ind. on Wednesday, Sept. 9 from 10 a.m. to noon. Refreshments will be served from 9:30 to 10 a.m. A free will offering will he taken at the door. Sponsoring the program are the Great Lakes Grassroots Rural Ministry (a program of the National Catholic Rural Life Conference) and the Evansville diocesan Catholic Rural Life Office. The program will open with an explanation of NAFTA followed by a discus- sion by panelists from labor unions, farm organizations and chamber of commerce. Members of congress and of the state legislature have been encouraged to attend, accord- ing to Father Boeglin. For more information, con- tact Dolores Schafer, (219) 892-5357. Sel m nl Conti chang ceivi ment pose took Camel Course" in Christianity, and folh)w-m) activities. The may0"[ heu- ment orgiuate(t in Spain in 1949, anclsincc 1957 has spread[ reTmh to 160 U.S. dioceses, according to Tom Sarg, a Mt. Carmel, I11.. native recently named as executiw; director of th I tion, movement, h! cord Nave: The part of a church building where the fair |conc assemble. Possibly from Latin naws, or ship -- denot ng| th, o the churih as theship of salvation, or from Greek, naos, | """ "temple,' . ] Wondering about a "church" word or phrase? Send | the Message, Reader's Choice, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, I I 47724-0169 Classroom Resource Materials Available Mon.-Fri-- 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 1303A. S. GREEN RIVER ROAD EVANSVILLE, INDIANA 47715 476-1534 CITIZENS CONCERNED FOR THE CONSTITUTION I N.C. The 1992 EIE;ction is right around the corned Are you concerned al;,out Citizens Concerned for the Constitution wants to help you become an effective participant in this crucial election year. To get a FREE copy of our analysis of where the candidates for GOVERNOR, U.S. SENATE, CONGRESS, STATE REPRESENTATIVE and STATE SENATOR stand on these and other issues, call: ii I I IH i * I (3,,,,8,.33oo l00oeo00e00",,Oa,,srequ,re,,orev,,,o00uo,O I 1-800-448-8683 is for good men to do nothing." i I, CCC is a nonprofit tax educational organization founded in 1980. CCC does NOT endorse any candidate or political party. PAID -:RTISEMENT