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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indians 1 5 ordination celebrations to include international events By CINDy WOODEN been invited to concelebrate. The cardinals marking their been invited to concelebrate the Catholic News Service (CNS) -- Cel- marking the 50th of Pope John Paul to the priesthood Scheduled to include dioce- national and international ng the Nov. 1 were to begin Oct. the Austrian govern- gift to the pope: a concert alzburg chamber and the Mozart choir performing Handel's hall. in the Vatican's audi- ;he actual anniversary e of Rome plans 'Qnor its bishop, the po e Mass in St. Peter's BaPil a Paul is scheduled )reside at the liturgy and all priests of the diocese have The heart of the celebration will be the Nov. 7-10 gathering of priests, bishops and cardinals from around the world who also are celebrating the 50th anniver- sary of their ordination in 1996. Some 1,500 jubiliarians are expected in Rome for the open- ing celebration of vespers with Pope John Paul and a reception in the audience hall. The program for Nov. 8-9 will begin with morning prayer and a reflection on Pope John Paul's writings about the priesthood. On both evenings, partici- pants will divide into language groups for the celebration of Mass in one of Rome's principal basilicas. Presiding at the litur- gies in Latin, French, English, Italian and Spanish will be car- dinals celebrating their 50th anniversary of ordination of top Vatican officials. .ETE INSURANCE SERVICE Auto! Home! Fire & Life! Your Personal Service Agent James L. Will Ins. Agency Inc. Franklin Street 425-3187 A good Sign in truck equipment for 00Uthwestern Indiana and SOUtheastern Illinois Son, Inc. features the complete line of Omaha es, Service Bodies, Contractor Bodies, Super Dump Bodies and fourteen models of conversion SSor and "Olympic" telescopic. 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Sanchez, former prefect of the Congregation for Clergy; and Italian Cardinal Achille Sil- vestrini, prefect of the Congre- gation for Eastern Churches. All of the world's cardinals, in addition to every priest and bishop ordained in 1946, have key event of the pope's anniver- sary festivities: a Nov. 10 Mass in St. Peter's Square. The Congregation for the Clergy, which is organizing the events, has said the Mass will be followed by a "special" public celebration in the square. Details of the final event will be a surprise, congregation offi- cials said. (Msgr. Clarence Schachter, a priest of the Diocese of Evans- ville, traveled to Rome to par- ticipate in the celebration with the pope.) SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten TO BE SEEN Gospel for Sunday, November 3, ! 996 Matthew 23: I- 12 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time, A Cycle, a caution against pride. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. CROWDS DISCIPLES OBSERVE TELL BIND HEAVY HARD MEN'S SHOULDERS THEMSELVES FINGER TO BE SEEN HONOR SEATS CALLED TEACHER EARTH FATHER HEAVEN GREATEST AMONG WHOEVER EXALTS HUMBLED D I S C I P L E S N E M E H B I N D A M O N G X L T T E R D S D W O R C L B H R S E F ! N G E" R A D T E A C H E R D A O C D A D M E E T H H T N S T J O K S T L A X E O S W H O E V E R D F S H H U M B L E D L D D T E O P O L D H E A V E N A S T E 0 B S E R V E X V S T S H O U L D E R S Y (c) 1996 Air Publishing Co. i i i Wade Funeral Home 119 S. Vine Street, Haubstadt. IN 768-5210 Call about pre-need counseling. Robert J. Wade Alan J. Wade i i lU Ill CHICKEN STEAKS SF_AFOOD SANDWICHES COCKT, aJLS SERVING FROM 10:30 AM to 10:30 PM MON. THRU SAT. CALL FOR /'AI I IA/_ r" IKlkl RESERVATIONS t.,PInniPl,,=: IIl 103 Gibson. Haubstadt FAMILY RESTAURANT 768-6131 PARTIES SERVED FAMILY STYLE 1-00800-293-2559 ill 1 / I I I I 111 ap00=-ano since appen, dix was m0vedi Pope John Paul presidM over a li gy attended byseveraI thou- sand Eastern,rite faithful in St. Peter's Basilica. The 76-I year-old pope walked in pro- ] cession and delivered a ser- [ men before departing early, I as planned, after the Liturgy of the Word. Accepts evolution In a message to internation- al scientists Oct, 22, Pope John Paul II said the church accepts evolution as a theory well-sup- ported by research in a variety of scientific fields. At the same time, though, the pope said that the development of the spiritual aspect of human life cannot be explained scientifi- cally. Charles Darwin intro- duced evolutionary theory in the 19th century, meeting with stark opposition from the church at the outset. Urging equality The Catholic Church must put into practice recent teachings proclaiming the equality of women and men in order to have credibility in the world and to fulfill its mission, said speakers at a Rome conference. More thm 200 women and men from the United States, England, Ire- land, Italy, India and Africa met Oct. 24-26 at the Jesuit- run Gregorian University. Chanceries today look dif- ferent from earlier times and I so do seminaries and tu- I aries and national +0ffis,:| said DoloreSR: ckey,!.anl official of the U,S. bishops' I conference. he difference is l the presence of women, and the benefits are a more cred- ible church presence." Against sweatshops Dozens of religious leaders from the nation's major denom- inations have joined the Labor Department's initiatives to bat. tie manufacturing sweatshops. The representatives of church- es, synagogues and religious interest groups met with Labor Secretary Robert Reich Oct. 2 to discuss how the "power of the pulpit " could be used in persuading shoppers, employ- era and business owners to raise the standards for how emp]oye are trea. "Our religious journey began with a labor movement against the sweatahops of Egypt," said United Methodist Rev, Pharis Harvey, referring to the exodus Moses led Egypt Sisters sing Siters in Song, a national choir offi0 sisters, will be fea- tured on a public service announcement promoting the 1996 Retirement Fund for Religious collection, to be con- ducted in most U,S. parishes the weekend of Dec. 7-8. The ad will debut on the cable channel, Odyssey, Nov. 11- Dec. 6 after the Monday-Fri- day cablecasts of "The Daily Mass  at 8 a.m. CST,