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,d00Fz ,ma's 'third secret' not apocalyptic, says Cardinal Ratzinger Church/World FATIMA, Portugal (CNS) -- much-discussed "third of Fatima" is not sensa- or apocalyptic, said Car- Joseph Ratzinger, one of people in the world who as actually read it. Cardinal Ratzinger, prefect of YOU SHOULD HEAR WHAT THEY'RE SAYING ABOUT US. "Tq o have someone you can depend on really means a lot. I don't know what we WOuld have done without her." -- Gilbtrt &hraitt, Oakland City, IN "My Whole life I've felt that I have been drawn to do this  e o wo; : nd, ir:,ou,,.- . r k. z nKe something, you will NpIc/:'g/:eSr Vy? rewarding to be a . u must have love in your heart; people matter ... 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Cardinal Ratzinger, in the Radio Renascenca interview, said preoccupation with the message and its presumed pre- dictions of catastrophe are not part of a healthy Marian devo- tion. SCRIPTURE SEARCH BV Patricia Kasten TRAPS & COINS Gospel for Sunday, October 20, 1996 Matthew 22: I 5.2 l Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time, A Cycle, a story of how Jesus eluded a trap. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. 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Bishop Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo, a member of the Salesians, shares the 1996 prize with Jose Ramos-Horta, 51, an exiled East Timorese activist based in Australia. They will receive the $1.2 mil- lion award at a Dec. 10 cere- mony in Oslo. Students return Students and faculty of Bethlehem University living in Jerusalem were allowed into Bethlehem Oct. 14, two weeks after the Israeli government closed the border between the two cities. After late-Septem- ber violence that left some 76 Israelis and Palestinians dead, Israel took security measures and imposed a closure on Palestinian areas. Aristide honored Fairfield University in Con- necticut awarded the Bel- larmine Medal to former Hait- ian president, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, Oct. 7, for his role in democratizing Haiti. Aristide, is currently working with his Foundation for Democracy to promoted education in Haiti and with La Fanmi Selavi, a center for street children.