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,0900 1 5 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana r Hear it from the source/ Vatican Radio World News Mon.- Fri. at 5:30 p.m. 0nly on WUEV-FM 91.5 University of Evansville On the air or on your computer at www.evansville.eduhwuevweb Built with Quality to Save You Time &amp; Money i i]li] N[S'qRANSMISSIONS Factory and General Ofncc Hwy. 231 S., Jasper, IN (812) 482-1041 Z00IEMER Funeral Homes Four Convenient Locations EAST CHAPEL 800 S, HEBRON AVENUE Family and Business insurance Needs HOme Auto Fire and Theft Product Liability Contractors Commercial A uto OfficeStores Workers Comp HELFRICH Insurance Agency 464-5993 George Helfrich YOUR FAMH PHA00ACV $tratman,s Pharmacy City'Wide Delivery 413 Locust Street John and Judy Stratman 425-5293 O Hill Pharmacy NjreSCription Specialists r ' " ' ?< and N. Welnbach Ave. LARRy SCHULTHEIS, Prop. 425-4422 Please Support Message Advertisers PAUL'S ' PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2345 W. Franklin St. 425-4364 Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 .SCRIPTURE SEARCH 13y Patricia Kasten BARTIMAEUS Gospel for Sunday, October 26, 1997 Mark 10:46.52 Following is a word search 0ased on the Gospel reading for the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, 13 Cycle, the healing of the blind man on the way to Jerusalem. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. AS JESUS LEAVING JERICHO BARTIMAEUS SITTING ROADSIDE IT WAS JESUS HE BEGAN SON OF DAVID ON ME MANY QUIET CALL BLIND MAN GET UP CLOAK CAME TO WHAT ME TO DO SEE FAITH IMMEDIATELY SIGHT P Y F J L K O D O T E M S L E A V I N G H O S D S E T D I O D G H U N X U T E E A T I H S I O P E A C D 1 S H E L N U O A I G L 1 U J B M T C T M D N M O S Q E E S A EE 1 E I A A A D G S D L M T'M T W M N K A S U L A R M T A H W Y N O D S C A I I D J O H C I R E J B V S O N O F D A V I D (c) 1997 All Publishing Co. 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Her understanding of spirituaiit3, theology and Scripture are found in three autobiographical manuscripts, published together after her death as "Story of a Soul." Transition Holy Cross Father Daniel R. Jenky, an instructor in the- ology at the University of Notre Dame and rector of the university's Basilica of the Sacred Heart, has been named auxiliary bishop of Fort Wayne-South Bend. The appointment was announced Oct. 21. Cardinal Jean-Claude Tur- cotte of Montreal has been elected president of the Cana- dian Conference of Catholic Bishops. Last fall, an Angus Reid poll rated Cardinal Tur- cotte as second only to Pope John Paul II as the most important Christian leader for Canadians. s Bishop Anthony M. Pilla of Cleveland, president of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops, is scheduled to under- go triple coronary bypass surgery at the Cleveland Clin- ic Heart Center No: ] 8, Celebrating 150 Latin-rite Patriarch Michel Sabbah of Jerusalem celebrat-, ed a special Mass to inaugu- rate the 150th anniversary of the restoration of the patriar- chate to Jerusalem. In 1847, Pope Plus IX re-established the Latin-rite patriarchate in i Jerusalem, after an absence ot I almost 550 years. Taking stands The 21 Catholic bishops of Texas have strongly reiterated their opposition to the death i penalD, in light of the state's! i frequent execuhons and the updated Catechism of the Catholic Church. ' * The National Black Sisters Conference in Washington announced its support of the Black Million Woman March scheduled to take place Oct, 25 in Philadelphia. "No child should wear clothes made by workers robbed of their childhood," U.S. Labor Secretary Alexis Herman said Oct. 16 at a press conference held at the offices of the Newark, N,J., Archdio- cese. She joined Newark Arch- bishop Theodore E. McCar- rick as he unveiled a pioneer archdiocesan educational pro- gram about the injustices of sweatshops. ".", I" '  . "'" "! ! . -  _.i