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October 15, 1993 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Jesuit professor to present Newman Lecture Oct, 18 L{ii L Jesuit Father John A. Cole- man, professor of religion and society at the Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley, Calif., will present the sixth annual John Henry Newman Lecture at the University of Southern Indiana. Father Coleman's pre- sentation will be made in the UC Dining Room at USI, on Monday, Oct. 18, at 8 p.m. Father Coleman, whose in- terests include the sociology of religion, social ethics and American culture and religion, will speak on "Religion and the ,ii: ii ! i! !!!!Ei i! 'I: !i  i i; !! , ; i:, ;  i FATHER JOHN A. COLEMAN ph of the Cross Special liturgy was held for students at Precious Blood on the feat of the Triumph of the Cross. Above, Fa- Joseph Kane talks about Jesus dying on the cross. ITY CATHOLIC CHURCH 3635 POLLACK AVENUE 476-7186 10 DAY PILGRIMAGE Israel & Egypt- April, 1994 Ft. Henry Kuykendall, Chaplain WANDERING CATHOLICS Come Home for Christmas. Join Our Companions on the Journey. Call Dottie, 476-7186 MASS FOR THE DEAF & HARD OF HEARING RY SATURDAY, 5 P.M. Idea of the University." The free public lecture is sponsored by the USI Newman Ministry. Donations will be accepted in support of Catholic Campus Ministry activities. Father Coleman has been a senior consultant for the "His- tory of the Roman Catholic Ministry," a Lilly Foundation project, and was principle in- vestigator for "Family Trans- missions: Continuity and Change Across Generations," a research project at the Insti- tute of Human Development, University of California at Berkeley. Father Coleman is widely published. Among his works are "The Ethics of Intermedi- ate Technology" and "The Reli- gious Significance of New Reli- gious Movements." He has a masters degree from St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo.; a doctorate in soci- ology from UC-Berkeley, and a Doctor of Humane Letters from Loyola University, Chicago. K of C Football League play continues The following was provided by Thomas J. Jones, league president. The Memorial High School Knights of Columbus grade school football league's regular season began winding down with games on Sunday, Octo- ber 10. In the first contest, league leading St. Theresa/Holy Re- deemer scored in each of the first three quarters: Ike Miller ran 29 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter; Nick Miller scored on a 50-yard run, and completed a 20-yard pass play to Jake Tucler in the sec- ond quarter; Ike Miller ran 51 yards for a score, with Nick Miller adding the P.A.T., in the "The test of every institution or pol- icy is whether it enhances or threatens human life and human dignity. We be- lieve people are more important than things." -- U.S. Catholic Bishops A Century of Social Teaching, 1990 Peoples Trust Company third quarter. Christ the King/Holy Spirit fought back in the fourth quarter and scored its only touchdown on a 49 yard pass play from Justin Woolsey to Andy Goodwin. St. Theresa/Holy Redeemer re- mains unbeaten with the 25 to 6 victory. In the second battle of the afternoon, Holy Rosary/Good Shepherd/St. John took on sec- ond place St. Benedict/Holy Name. St. Benedict/Holy Name scored in each quarter. Chris Bagbey scored on a quarter- back keeper up the middle, and added the P.A.T. in the first quarter; Joe Pruiett scored on a 23-yard run, with Bryan Brinkmeyer adding the P.A.T, on a pass from Chris Bagbey in the second; the third quarter saw Josh Twedell take a punt and return it 42 yards for the touchdown. He added the P.A.T. Bryan Brinkmeyer scored the final touchdown in the fourth quarter on a 19-yard run. St. Benedict/Holy Name scored the victory 27-0. The final league games will be Sunday, October 17. Christ the King/Holy Spirit takes on St. Benedict/Holy Name at 1 p.m., followed by St. Theresa/Holy Redeemer versus Holy Rosary/Good Shepherd/St. John at 2:30 p.m. The league's award banquet will be Saturday, October 23, at 4 p.m. in the Memorial cafeteria. SOUTH MAIN STREET P.O. Box 191 LINTON, INDIANA 47441 DONUT BANK akrg. & CcHee Sno B00H00HY, COFFEE HOP Since 1967 DELICIOUS HOMEMADE DONUTS HOMEMADE EUROPEAN STYLE HEALTH BREADS & ROLLS lldm lb d MALSOTr  Made from Scratch 11 Compared to Columbus In a Columbus Day mes- sage, the head of the Knights of Columbus com- pared Pope John Paul IIto Christopher Columbus. "Each in his own way helped to launch a new era in human history," said Supreme Knight Virgil C. Dechant. Wants real choice Real Choices is the name of a research project directed by Frederica Mathewes- Green in Chicago: Sponsored by the National Women's Coalition for Life, the project seeks answers to the ques- tion: "What would it have taken for a woman who had an abortion to have chosen life?" Diocese reorganizing Catholics in the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston are anxious, sad, and a little angry about a reorganization plan that would affect 50 of the statewide dioeese's 164 parishes and missions through closings and merg: ere. Catholics who think the recommendations: are wrong have until Oct: 22to submit: comments, Final eommem dations ll be made: in Octobe Father baptize you in the God our Creator, through Jesus the Christ in te power of the Holy Spirit2 Bishop Ganter dies Bishop Bernard J. Ganter, third bishop of the Diocese of Beaumont, Texas, died early Oct. 9. The bishop, who turned 65 on July 17, under- went surgery for a maiig* nant, tennis-ball-sized brain tumor on Aug. 21. 1992. He had resumed limited office duties. Jordan almost 'saint' When Michael Jordan, widely considered to be the greatest basketball player ever, announced that he was retiring from basketball Oct. 6, Catholic school students in Chicago's West Side were glued to TV sets to watch his announcement. "Jordan is I almost a saintly figure to I these kids," said Roman I Borowych; a teacher at St. i