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Pope tells future priests not to be afraid to denounce evil By CIIDY WOODEN Catholic News Service YONKERS, N.Y. (CNS) -- The Catholic Church is looking for courageous men, Pope John Paul II said. Speaking to seminarians Oct. 6 at St. Joseph Seminary in Yonkers, the pope said the church's priests must be strong in their faith and unafraid of denouncing evil. "You need courage to follow Christ, especially when you recognize that so much of our dominant culture is a culture of flight from God, a culture which displays a not-so-hidden contempt for human life, be- ginning with the lives of the unborn, and extending to con- tempt for the frail and elderly," the pope said. "If you are to become priests, it will be for the purpose -- above all other purposes -- of proclaiming the Word of God and feeding God's people with the body and blood of Christ," he said. Priests who do both faith- fully and encourage people to Sl "" l k.  us 1 sso: : m our t who may be called to serve priest, brother or sister, Fa- He is rh Martt t ar .gene ana re- leart Cor- erof L,. year student at St. Meinrad Col- lege. He is a member of St.' Mary Prayers, a catechetical program, and a list of speakers were made lena Weidenbrenner of Jasper. :/ available to all parishes and * Max Fischer is a first-year stu- schools, to help observe the week of dent at St. Meinrad College. He is vocations awareness, a member of St. John the Baptist :T} atly 10 seminari- Church, Vincennes. (No photo- l::ans ;: who g at le lbl Kenny Steckler is a third-year dent at St. Meinrad College. He is at The American a member of St. Martin Church ' ,  /Coil, tgm Siberia. " am '--  .... Hu  - - He isthe son of Robert and i: ._. Theresa Fritz of Birdseye. ', Is ne Gilbert a,u u,, Mary Steclder of Ferdinand. Terrence MacCauley is a first- ". Vincent Luecke is a second- year student at St. Meinrad Col- year theology student at St. Mein- lege. He is a member of Holy tad School of Theology. He is a Rosary Church, Evansville. member of St. John Chrysostom He is the son of John and Mary Chdrch, New Boston. . MacCauley of Evansville. He isthe son_of John and Mary * N ck Wagner is a first-year . t Luecke of Evanston. stude t at St. Meinrad College. He i Anthony Ernst is a first-year is a member of St. Mary Church, :  theology student at Mundelein Huntingburg. ? ! Seminary in Mundelein, Illinois. He is the son of David and Ra- EUGENE He is a member of St. Celestine mona Wagner of Huntingburg. 8CIIMITT I I Im .;_ '''dNER ------ " DON I Kimball International Jasper, Indiana = Ed. L. Lee = Mortuary 101 North Meridian Street Washington, IN 254-3612 i DUBOIS C DUNTY BANK MEMBER OLD NATIONAL BANCORP Member FDIC YOUR FIVE STAR SERVICE BANK M&S Fire & Safet Equip. Co. Inq :. Over 25 years Sales and service in the Tri-state 670 E. Franklin 424-3863 [ MILLER & MILLER "A family name you can trust" 424-9274 accept and follow all of the church's teachings will often be ignored or even rejected like Christ was, the pope said. Pope John Paul said he did not want to discourage the can- didates for priesthood but wanted to discuss serious mat- ters with them as a friend. "If there is one challenge fac- ing the church and her priests today, it is the challenge of transmitting the Christian message whole and entire, without letting it be emptied of its substance," the pope said. "The Gospel cannot be re- duced to mere human wisdom," he said. "Salvation lies not in clever human words or schemes, but in the cross and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ." The seminary, the pope said, is the place where candidates for the priesthood must learn "the wisdom of the cross"-- not what would qualify as wis- dom in the world. The words they speak as priests must be words inspired by the Holy Spirit and addressed to spiri- tualneeds, hesaid. " iil The pope told the fdts I: priests not to be afraid of p| suing their mission. ' :! "Conquering fear is and indispensable the : ,, step f0r priest if he is to open the d first of his own heart, th the hearts of the Pe01le, to serves,,, Christ th e| deemer, the popesaid., :[ He told the seminaria] his friends -- that he haS criticized for talking so 0 I abot/t "the culture of del marked by contempt !1 human life, for the unbo, 1 weak, the poor and the ag .,'J But, he said, "choicest."] unanimously considered ctJ nal and rejected by the.C mon moral sense are grad. becoming socially acceptab|e: "The church cannot ig#  what is happening," he said. The response of the cht and its priests must be  only to denounce the cu ltt death, but to proclaim the 1 I compassion and mercy Christ, the pope said. , BADEERLowProfile T.A. 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