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16 The Message m for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana =t. 'Genesis' resource guides available A PBS special series with Bill Moy- ers will address, in discussion format, stories in the book of Genesis with vari- ous Christian, Jewish and Islamic schol- ars. The Evansville Area Council of Churches, along with Temple Adath B'nai Israel and Members of the Islamic Society of Evansville, will co-sponsor a "Genesis Discussion Group" at Christ United Church of Christ, 3601 Washing- ton Avenue, beginning on Sunday, Oct. 20, from 7 to 9 p.m. The group will meet each Sunday through Nov. 24. The dis- cussion group will view the Moyers' tape and break into smaller groups using a Resource Guide to explore the story topic. Free Resource Guides are available from the Evansville Area Council of Churches. Call Barbara Gaisser for information, (812) 425-3524. Pope on the 'net invites young peo- ple to France With the right technology, Fran- cophiles around the world will now have a small surprise when they tap into the Internet. It's the voice of Pope John Paul II, greeting them in French and inviting them to Paris next year. The message was taped while the pope was visiting France, prior to his surgery. "! am happy to address a message of welcome to those who consult the [qter- net service Of the Catholic Church in France," the pope said. "Among them, I salute especially the young, whom I will meet again during World Youth Day in August 1997." People with Internet access and the capacity to download and reproduce Worth mentioning... sound can listen to this portion of the message (at http://www.cef.fr), and any- one who gets text from the Internet can read the whole thing. Catechetical Conference planned in New Orleans The nineteenth annual Johannes Hofinger Catechetical Conference will be held Jan. 10 and 11 at the Hyatt Regency in New Orleans. The confer- ence, sponsored by the Religious Educa- tion Office of the Archdiocese of New Orleans. Its theme is "Meeting Jesus on the Journey." Registration is $75, if postmarked before Dec. 13. Contact Conference Ser- vices by Loretta Reif, P.O. Box 5226, Rockford, IL 61125, or telephone 1 (815) 399-2150. Feeder league football champi- onship decided St. Benedict/Holy Name locked up the championship with an overtime win over Holy Rosary/St. John, and Christ the King/Holy Spirit defeated St. There- sa/Good Shepherd, on Oct. 13, during the next-to-last series of games for the Memorial High School Football Feeder League. In the first game, St. Theresa/Good Shepherd drew first blood with a 41-yard run by Josh Patterson. Christ the King/Holy Spirit got on the scoreboard with a safety in the third quarter, and Brian Locker added a fourth-quarter touchdown on a one-yard run for the win, 8 to 6. Game two matched two teams with 4-1 records. Darren Dulay of Holy Rosary/St. John scored first in the fourth quarter with a 71-yard touchdown run, but with two minutes remaining in the game, St. Benedict/Holy Name ran a double hand-off, with a reverse, sending Christian Farley 51 yards into the end zone to tie the game. In overtime, on fourth down, Jacob Todd ran 10 yards for pay-dirt, and Christian Farley added the point after touchdown. On its second down, Holy Rosary/St. John fumbled the ball and St. Benedict/Holy Name recov- ered it to lock up the game and the championship, 13 to 6. Final league play is scheduled Sun- day, Oct. 20. Information above was provided by Thomas J. Jones, League Commissioner. Former abortion provider to speak at Life banquet Carol Everett, a former abortion clinic provider, will speak at the Annual Banquet of the Evansville Christian Life Center. The banquet, which will focus on Crisis Pregnancy Services, will be held in the Gold Room of Vanderburgh Coun- ty Auditorium, Nov. 14. For more information, contact Cheryl Davis (812) 421-4690. Children may be eligible for free treatment Hadi Shrine Temple is offering a free mini-clinic, at Sam's Club, Evans- ville, Oct. 19, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., to identify children eligible for free treat- ment at Shriners' Hospitals. Children under 18 suffering from orthopedic or scaring prblems may be eligible. Conditions include scoliosis, club feet, dislocated hips, some sports injuries, burn scars, absent arms or legs, spinal cord injuries, short legs, and a variety of other conditions. -ELECT Scott R. Bowers Chief Judge Vanderburgh Superior Court (! FIRST Savings Washington L Licensed, Industrial, TONY NAZARIO 812-768-5207 FOR COMPL ELECTRICAL SE SCHNELLVIL SAVINGS BANK, 200 E. Van Trees 500 Main St., 00Ed. L. 101 North Meridian Washington, IN MERKLEY & PACKING CO., 3994 W. 180 N.. 482