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Letters. Continued from page 4 community for filling our church and helping us to cele- brate our 150th Anniversary. Thank You, St. Thomas Sesquicentennial Committee Reader enjoys the Message To the Editor, Reading, simultaneously, articles which were writ- by Father Joseph Ziliak a feeling of grati- e and pride, as well as a of gaining knowledge answered questions for ae, and of refreshing my 'ngton Continued fro m page 4 he Clinton administration unlikely to compromise the topic of universal ac- recent testimony before Labor and Human 'ntatzv COmmittee, a repre- ' e of the Catholic Association supported Coyle, who CtIA's board of trustees president of the Sisters First, my gratitude and pride are ever-present atti- tudes because of my member- ship in the Catholic faith, which provides opportunities for wonderful friendships with people like Father Ziliak. The one article about Amy and Angela in the August 27th issue of The Message and the one about Greece in the Evans- ville Courier on August 28th, were both informative, indeed. Without a doubt, I was not alone in having, questions about the teachings of the Church on the moral accept- ability of surgery to separate siamese twins as in the case of Amy and Angela, the responsi- bilities of the parents, and the ultimate goals of professionals. I, for one, feel much better informed and realize that, even though Amy shared physically of Charity of Cincinnati, praised the committee chair- man, Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., for his longtime sup- port of a U.S. health care sys- tem that covers everyone. "CHA shares your belief, and President Clinton's, that the goal of universal health care coverage is and must remain the one nonnegotiable item throughout the coming debate on health care reform," she said. Fo" WE'RE YOUR #1 CHOICE , ut LOW COSTAUTO INSURANCE ndependent A I_ gent ny COmpanies to choose from " Years of experience 464"9AgG3ENCY DENNIS K. FELDHAUS 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 Dottle, 476-7186 ************************************************** MASS FOR THE DEAF & HARD OF HEARING SATURDAY, 5 P.M. with Angela, her soul was her very own and she is now a lit- tle saint in heaven. We may re- gard her as such. Father Ziliak's vivid account of the beautiful country of Greece provided much plea- sure for us non-travelers, to be sure. My memory was re- freshed and I was taken back briefly for a visit to the class- room of long ago. Greece has always been an interesting country, providing wonderful art and drama. The study of Greek mythology and philoso- phy was very fascinating, though a little difficult. The Message definitely brings to the Diocese a com- plete and interesting newspa- per, giving all who take the time to read it, facts, data, en- tertainment, commentaries - all vital to the wellrounded, knowledgeable individuals in today's world. The Message is looked for- ward to and certainly a most welcome visitor in our home. A big 'thank-you' to all who con- tribute to this bit of enjoyment for us each week. Sincerely yours, Cleo M. Zirkelbaeh Fire safety St. Matthew principal Benedictine Sister Christine Kempf receives a lesson in fire safety from members of the Mount Vernon Fire Department. I J Pray for the Synod i RUXER FORD - LINCOLN - MERCURY JASPER l 482-1200 I T F s Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 Donald J. Traylor President Phone: 486-3285 I I ST. JOHN'S - MEN'S CLUB ANNUAL TURKEY SHOOT ST. JOHN'S SCHOOL GROUNDS Frame Road - Newburgh, Indiana Sundays - Oct. 31 and Nov. 7, 1993 12:30 TILL ??? Refreshnlen ts Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Soup Indoor Entertainment For Those Not Shooting Shells Furnished 12 - 16- 20 Gauge Shotguns I IIIII I I II I I 11 in the Vatican bank. The current scandal i company. Urge end to sanctions The U.S. Catholic Confer. ence has.endorsed the inter- national move to end eco- nomic sanctions against South Africa and urged se: lective American reinvest- ment in the ountry. The conference called for"care- fully planned and monitored investment designed to ad. vance the prospects for full, rapid and peaceful disman. fling of apartheid." Knights thanked Pope John Paul II thanked the Knights of Columbus for the organization's generosity in support of church-related service and education pro- jects throughout the world. The knights' delegation, led by Supreme Knight Virgil Dechant, was in Rome to present the pope with a check for $2 million, the pro- ceeds of its Vicarius Christi fund. 'Within consclene' :: Three German bishops| have told their priests to' ac-| cept the decision by some di- | vorced and remarried| Catholics to receive commU* ! rdon --- even if the fiit -'mar- l riages are still valid under church law. These Catholics may not generally be admit- ted to the Sacraments, but " in individual cases the pep sons concerned should be helped to make a decision within their own con- science," said a pastoral let. ter signed by the three bish- ops. Rochester has synod Nearly 1,300 Rochester, N.Y., diocesan synod dele- gates zeroed in on lifelong religious education in parishes as the most press- ing diocesan priority in com. ing years. As priorities in the Catholic Church at large, they urged Rochester Bishop Matthew H. Clark te press Rome for the ordina. tion of married priests and the ordination of women to the diaconate and priest. hood. Saint helps homeless i New Orleans Saints defen- sive end Wayne Martin, with a four-year, $I0.1 million contract, has gonm.the of- fensive. He pi.a, te donate $100.000 overihenext four years to the Society of St, Vincent de Paul to open a