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12 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana October 1, Lay forum speaker sees world moving away from individualism By MJLP, PA'[']SON Catholt News Service ARLINGTON, Va. (CNS) -- The world is moving away from the individualistic orien- tation it has had for more than 2,000 years, Fordham Univer- sity theology professor Ewert Cousins told delegates at the National Lay Forum in the Washington suburb of Arling- ton. "Building a Culture of Life: A Civilization of Love and Jus- tice," was the theme of the Oct. 7-9 forum, which is a dialogue of Catholic lay leaders and bishops about faith, culture and the pursuit of the common good in U.S. society. (Among participants in the forum were Message editor Paul Leingang and his wife Jane. The Leingangs attended the forum in their role as na- tional presidents of the Christ- ian Family Movement.) "We stand at a great divide in history," Cousins said in his speech Oct. 8. "We are on the eve of a global community that is coming into being." Signs of the emerging global community he pointed out in- clude the dismantling of the Berlin Wall and the Iron Cur- tain and the rise of such multi- national structures as the United Nations and the Euro- pean Community. Cousins said the Catholic Church and the United States can play important roles in the shift. "The charism of Catholi- cism has been to embrace all of these different things," Cousins said, while "America has been a paradigm for what I'm proposing for the world" in that all cultures work in con- cert rather than at odds with each other. He termed the emerging global community "the second axial period in history." The first happened between the years 800-200 B.C., when sepa- rate religious and philosophi- cal movements in China, India SHETLER MOVING & STORAG E Evansville's First Family of Movers Evansville, Indiana S " Box 66 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 l Donald J. 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Weinbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop. 425-4422 and the eastern Mediterranean "transformed consciousness in a very similar fashion" toward individualism. One reason for the current shift in this day is because it is "the first time in history that people have had a sense im- pression of the earth as a whole," Cousins said, referring to the famous "Earthrise" photo taken from Apollo XI. "You don't see boundaries," he said. "You see it as the as- tronauts see it. It's the Earth, and it's our home. It's the great symbol of our time." K of C Football League play continues The following information was provided by Thomas J. Jones, league president. The fourth week of regular play for the Memorial High School Knights of Columbus Grade School Football League was held Oct. 9. In the first game, St. Bene- dict/Holy Name scored six times in the 41-0 shut-out of Christ the King/Holy Spirit. One touchdown came in the first quarter, two in the sec- ond, one in the third and two in the fourth. Corey Keown scored four touchdowns on running plays of 6, 1, 1, and 2 yards. Andre Thomas added two touchdowns on running plays of 37 and 21 yards. Dan Flynn kicked two P.A.T. attempts, and Craig Emig ran for one. In the second game, St. Theresa/Holy Redeemer shut out Holy Rosary/Good Shep- herd/St. John 26-0. There were two touchdowns in the first quarter, one in the second, none in the third, with a final touchdown in the fourth. Craig Elsner scored three TDs on running plays of 2, 11 and 22 yards. John Webster had a touchdown run of 11 yards. Brad Hayden added two P.A.T. attempts. On Oct. 16, St. Benedict/Holy Name will take on Holy Rosary/Good Shep- herd/St. John at 1 p.m.; Christ the King/Holy Spirit will play St. Theresa/Holy Redeemer. q' State-wide lay ministry study entering final A state-wide study of lay ministry, funded by a Lilly Endowment, Inc., is nearing the final stages of tion. Work on the project has been underway since a final report is expected in December. The study involves the Diocese of Evansville, alon the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, the Diocese of Gary and Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana. In January, pastors, parish life coordinators and lay ters were asked to complete surveys. Following up surveys, researchers scheduled interviews and sessions at several parishes -- St. Mary and St. both in Evansville; St. John, Newburgh; St. Boonville; St. Joseph, Jasper; St. John, Loogootee, Peter and Paul, Haubstadt. Two separate focus groups are scheduled at the Center, on Thursday, Oct. 27, from 10:30 to 11:45 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. Susan Weber, project director, will conduct interviews. Lay ministers who are interested in participating focus group interviews should reserve a place by calling office of Holy Names Sister Louise Bond, diocesan at (812) 424-5536 or (800) 637-1731. Coat-A-Kid kick-off Students from Holy Redeemer School, Evansville, coats to Clayton Cleaners as part of the kick-off for the Coat-A-Kid drive. This year, in a cooperative effort Catholic Charities and Catholic Campus Ministry college volunteers will help distribute donated coats. Evansville parishes will serve as distributions points; include St. Joseph, St. Mary and St. Anthony. Cleaners, which has sponsored the Coat-A-Kid program i 1986, will be accepting coats, cleaning them and them available for distribution. Rosary for Life scheduled The 1994 Multinational Rosary for life will take urday, Oct. 29. Organizers in Memphis describe it as =a time a year prayer event in which people from all over world gather to pray all 15 decades of the Rosary Mother of God to intercede before her son, Jesus behalf of the unborn, and for the softening of hearts and! version of abortionists and their supporters. For information, call Rosary Novena for Rosary for Life (901) 795-1848. Pornography Awareness Week scheduled The seventh annual White Ribbon Against Campaign, sponsored by Morality in Media, will be Oct. 30 to Nov. 6. 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