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September 13, 1991 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Remember these departed faithful in your prayers Veronica Beckerle, 85, St. Joseph, Evansville, Aug. 11. Leonard Braunecker, 65, St. Mary, Ireland, Aug. 4. HJames J. Busch, 69, Sacred cart, Evansville, Aug. 12. Callista Catt, 75, St. John, Vin- Cennes, Aug. 13. t Beatrice Chambers, 91, S . St; n, Washington, Aug. 14. Ugenia T Dewig 85, Sts. ;ler and Paul, Haubstadt, Aug. p Matthew 'Bud' Dewig, 52, Sts. 1! Dr and Paul, Haubstadt, Aug. .Paul j. Eichmiller, 77, All a lnts, Cannelburg, Aug. 22. joseph Eickoff, 59, St. Joseph, Vanderbur,h Count Au, lz ,,. . g Y, g. i vLrgmia Ewers, 58, Holy Spir- "vansville Aug. 15. Ethel Feg'an 82 St. Simon, Wslhington. Aug. 6.' ily F. Freund, 79, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Aug. 10. L. Cletus Gallagher, 87, St. Peter, Montgomery, Aug. 16. Marcella Giesler-Miller, 68, St. Joseph, Jasper, Aug. 14. Frank B. Gosciniak, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Aug. 16. Madeleine Gourdouze, 90, St. Philip Neri, Bicknell, Aug. 27. Joseph Grannan, 84, St. John, Loogootee, Aug. 14. Norberl Haag, 59, St. Nicholas, Santa Claus, Aug. 11. Ellbert Hassfurther, 51, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, Aug. 4. Leonard Hayden, 87, St. John Kafta, 65, Christ the King, Evansville, Aug. 30. Cecil Kaiser, 74, Precious Blood, Jasper, Aug. 26, Ralph F. Kraus, St. John, Day- light, Aug. 23. Thomas S. Krietzer, 87, St. John, Newburgh, Aug. 27. Hugo Mehling, 76, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, Aug. 12. Leo Mehringer, 79, St. Joseph, Jasper, Aug. 27. Alex Ofer, 5, St. Nicholas, Santa Claus, Aug. 14. George Pfeffer, 82, St. Joseph, Evansville, Aug. 1. Joseph, Evansville, Aug. 5. Joseph Hoffman, 49, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Aug. 29. William Humphrey, 76, St. Joseph, Evansville, Aug. 6.  Anita C. Johnson, 82, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Aug. 3. Martha A. Johnson, 70, Sacred Marion R. Riesler, 69, St. Simon, Washington, Aug. 13. Minnie Reuber, 80, St. Joseph, Jasper, Aug. 27. Gilbert Schiff, 65, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Aug. 11. James J. Searl, 46, St. John, Loogootee, Aug. 23. Heart, Evansville, Aug. 16. Anthony Stallings, 66, St. Kentucky Catholics collect church Supplies for the Soviet Union By ROY HORNER Catholic News Service pNLOUISVILLE Ky. (CNS} -'2 .matter how the winds of 01itical change sweep through the" Soviet Union, ran Brown and members of r Louisville parish prayer ruP will continue to collect vngius goods to send to So- t tatholic churches. e..,h el,aT drive, which has been Than u auk you St. Benedic t, marY, St. Theresa, St. Jude, and St. Joseph for favors granted. M.M. SPECIALIZING IN I DELICIOUS GERMAN FOOD PRIME RIS CHARBROILED STEAK ' COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN - SEAFOODS SALAD BAR BANQUET ROOM FOR PRIVATE PARTIES llwy 162 S. Ave., Jasper, IN Louisville Archdiocese, sends the collected goods to Dallas, where they are then shipped to Poland for delivery to the Soviet Union. Among the items sought in the drive are vestments, albs, surplices, altar linens, chal- ices, monstrances, incense burners, candleholders, cruets, crucifixes and rosaries large enough to hang in a church. "They definitely can use anything we send because they have nothing," Brown told The Record, Louisville's archdiocesan newspaper. "It's a privilege really," .she added, "to help serve those people, and, yes, we are mak- ing a difference. It's a .very small thing, but it's some- thing." Rebuilding the church in the Soviet Union, Brown said, will require many small- scale efforts like hers. Brown said one prayer I PLEASE PATRONIZE MESSAGE ADVERTISERS group member suggested putting notes with the sup- plies to let Soviet Catholics "know that we care about them." She said she got involved in the effort after seeing a video from The Way Home, Dallas' Catholic charismatic services organization. "It's just really an effort to reach out to the Catholic churches, primarily in these (formerly) communist-run countries where they need some help," said Father John Gephart, who is aiding the ef- fort. Parishes, he added, can "do a little housecleaning" to share with those in need. Brown said she feels com- munism has crumbled due to prayer, especially prayers of intercession to Mary. "I feel like the Lord is mak- ing it easy for us ... he's opened doors up," she said. "It's nothing that we're using all this energy. He really has opened the door up." Donations can be sent to The Way Home, care of Keat- ing Ha)l. 450 W. Dot, is St.. Da]las. TX 75211, or plone, (214) 333-2337. ll.i ii J Bernard, Rockport, Aug. 4. Marie Stieler, 85, Good Shep- herd, Evansville, Aug. 14. Louise Sonderman, 88, St. Joseph, Jasper, Aug. 29. Florence Tillotson, 60, St. Joseph, Evansville, Aug. 10. Dale Tooley, 59, St. Benedict, Evansville, Aug. 4. James R. Weber, 70, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt, Aug. 18. Alpheus C. Weinzapfel, Sr., 91, St. Boniface, Evansville, Aug. 31. Otto C. Wilhelmus, 78, tbrmer- ly of St. Rupert, Newburgh, Aug 7. Mary W. Willett, 91, St. An- thony, Evansville, Aug. 21. Roman Woebkenberg, 78, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, Aug. 14. John C. Wolf, 86, St. John, Newburgh, Aug. 24. Lillian E. Woolsey, 78, St. Joseph, Jasper, Aug. 27. Sr. Cunningham dies Sept. 5 Services for Sister Mary Paschal Cunningham S.P., 94, who died Sept. 5, were held Sept. 7 at St. Mary-of-the- Woods Chapel, with burial in the convent cemetery. Sister Cunninghaln was born in Loogootee in 1896; her parents were John and Anna Mary (Livers) Cunning- ham. She entered the Congre- gation of the Sisters of Provi- dence in 1912 and made her final vows in 1923. She taught in schools staffed by the Sisters of Provi- dence, including Holy Family School in Jasper from 1967 to 1972. Guatemalan___ Continued from page 14 1980s some 50,000-75,000 Guatemalans were killed and more than 400 villages de- stroyed. Menchu's father was one of 32 Guatemalan Indians who staged a sit-in to protest con- ditions of repression and vio- lence by government forces in Quiche at the Spanish em- bassy in Guatemala City in January 1980. Guatemalan security forces stormed the embassy and 39 persons inside, including people not involve, d in the sit-in, were found doad. Mo, nchu's father was ammg lhoso killed. Saint Meinrad School of Theology's Fifth Annual Peter and Viola Dolle Endowed Lecture in Church Art & Architecture Welcomes... Mau-'een McGuire National Chairman, Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art, and Architecture "Changip00 Images in Contemporary Stained Glass" September 26, 1991 at 8:00 PM Saint Meinrad School of Theology Saint Meinrad, 47577 il (812)357-6501 IN Three months later, her mothe, r, a pi'actitionH' ot' lhe, Maya religion and a midwife, was kidnapped, torturc'd and killed bv security tortes, said Menchu. Of her nine brothers and sisters "I am only certain that three of us are living today," she said. Her holnetowll of Chimel no longer exists due to army repression, she said. The Guatemalan Catholic Church "for tim first time, is playing a significant role" in trying to negotiate a peace in Guatemala, she said. She noted l:hat Bishop Rodolfo Quezada Toruno of Zacapa and Santo Crislo de Esquipulas, as president of the nation's National Recon- ciliationCommission has been mediating talks between the government and Guatemalan rebels. On the other, hand, the "in- vasion of fundamentalist evangelical churches" has in- _ creased tensions, she said. 15 himself took the r archbishop. 'Reconsider' donations Cardinal Roger 1. Maho- ny of Los Angelc,s urged viewers to reconsider dona- tions to a local public tele- vision station to tn'tle, st its Sept 6 broadcast of a pro- gram about AIDS activists who disrupted Mass at New York s St. Palrick's , I a Cathedral in 1983. 'Fa, pro- gram rid!cules Cardinal John J.O Connor Of New I Yark, ' the Mass and Ca'th'oli=cs i:n ge:n,oral. It blames the (,atholic Chfifch for the  Jread el AIDS be: cause tli i Church opposes file use of condoms. Dign00 wants dialogue Jmeates of Dignity, a tuna ganization of r 5,000 gay and.les- I c,a its and their friends, voted at a meeting