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iiii September 19, 1997 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Who.00 Going to. . Care o,f When you can't be there, turn  to someone who can ... a companion caregiver from Visiting Nurse Plus. They have the training skills, and concern to care for your elderly parents. And that means peace of mind for you and your family. V!SITING NURSE ease call us . VJ, " Our phones are I answered24 hours a day. r 425-0853 (Evansville) 385-3717(Princeton) t aeral Homes EAST CHAPEL Four 800 S HEBRON AVENUE Convenient Locations Civi W His Ward ---d. A radio Bible teaching with Dr. Ann Gries WVHI- 1330 AM Moil. - Fri., 11:45 to Noon Mon. - Sat., 5 p.m. "'0 J ur word is a [attti7 to my.[-eet att,f a li'flht to nil/path." Psalm 119:I05 THE OLDEST RESTAURANT IN INDIANA 12 MILES NORTH OF EVANSVILLE 1 MILE EAST OF US 41 ON OLD STATE ROAD SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten IN CAPERNAUM Gospel for Sunday, September 2 !, ! 997 Mark 9:30-37 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time, B Cycle, a Story about confusion among the disciples. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. GALILEE ANYONE KNOW TEACHING DELIVERED THREE DAYS UNDERSTAND AFRAID CAPERNAUM DISCUSSING ON THE WAY SILENT SAT DOWN CALLED TWELVE FIRST LAST OF ALL TOOK CHILD MIDST WHOEVER WHO SENT ME C J O Y A W E H T N O F A G W L A S T G H F D ! P N N H W D W A A E N R E I W H O D E L L M A S R S O T N E L I S T T T N S D L K D V L A N S S A U T H R E E E F E R D U C A F R L N E R S E I M S S E D L O D A O D M P I D D D A Y S l H N X P D L I H C N D D W U 1 i K O O T E A C H | N 3 'RoxER St aBU /a 18 Efp Nrah D;Y as t FORD MERCURY LINCOLN OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED AS OLDEST ORIGINAL LOG INN FORD - LINCOLN - MERCURY i i ii iii I |,m ,,i Built with Quality to Save You Time & Money J ,0000AIrn'SPER_.00 J I]IGIliES tTRANSM ISSIONS J Factory and General Office Hwy. 231 S., Jasper, IN (812) 482-1041 I II I I JASPER i 482-1200 ! , ii J illlll H H II Hear it from the source! 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Current Ambassador Raymond Flynn said he would consider run- ning for governor of Massa chusetts next year. Boggs, a Catholic, retired from Congress in 1991 after nine terms. She was first elect- ed in 1973 to replace her hus- band, the late Majority Leader Hale Boggs, in 1972. Fighting crime Gen. garry MdZaffmy; Amer- ica's "drug czar," paid tribute Sept. 5 to a coalition of Detroit Catholic and Protestant con- gregations for their efforts to fight crime and improve their communities. "in just two years, you're already hlaking a difference," McCaffrey told representatives of the member congregations of the MetroI.xl- Ran Organizing Strategy for Enabling Strength, known as MOSES. Discuss Scriptures How Catholics and Bap- tists understand the Bible was the main topic at a meet- ing of the Southern Baptist- Roman Cattlolic Conx ersa- hons Sept. 11-13. Ihe groupl Di;inity ! School o Samiord Univer: l sitv in Birmingham, Ala:: l For .c.ool .o,ce l' ]uition vouchers tO help[ parent: dL'ide where their children should go to school are "long overdue," Archbish- op Charles 1. Chaput said in an opinion piece published in The Wall Street Journal, Arch- bishop Chaput's column in the Journal's Sept. 11 edition was paired with a piece by Alveda C. King, a niece of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. who chairs King for America in Atlanta. The two columns appeared under one main headline, "Fighting for School Choice: *' Teachers strike Eight Catholic high schools in the Camden, N.J., Diocese were scrambling to stay open and provide classes after its teachers went on strike. The teachers, demanding higher salaries, have been on strike since Sept. 9. Schools have I remained open, but are oper-I ating under short staffs, run[ by administrators, religious[ personnel and nonstriking | teachers who have cros,el the i picket lines. Teachers settle After six months of negoti- ating, and nearly two weeks of striking, Philadelphia Catholic high school teachers reached a contract agreement with the Philadelphia Av:h- diocese.