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November 5, 1993 The Memmge -- for Catholics of Southwestem Indiana Remember these faithful departed in your prayers Loretta Acton, 79, Corpus Edward T. Davis, 71, St. Name, Bloomfield, Sept. 16. Loogootee, Sept. 28. Christi, Evansville, Sept. 23. Edgar j. Behr, 93, St. Joseph, Princeton, Sept. 24. Margaret Bettag, 82, St. [Tdio,od, 00e0000ioaod, Elenora F. Birchler, 75, St. Theresa, Evansville, Sept. 16. Timothy Bohnert, St. JsePh, Jasper,Sept. 22. Walter A. Brucken, Sr., 71, Christ the King, Oct. 12. Irene Cannon, 86, St. Mary, Washington, Oct. 9 Thomas Cassady, 85, St. Mary, Washington, Sept. 10. _ Veronica Chittenden, 69 t. Anthony, Evansville, Septl 15. Th Hermine Clark, 76, St. ere,a, Evansville, Sept. 17. tLJa me, Clark, 64, St. John e laptist, Newburgh, Oct. Connie Coomes 93, Joseph, Evansville, Oct. 4. St. Theresa, Evansville, July 16. Virginia Fierce, 92, St. An- thony, Evansville, Sept. 23 Irvin Fischer, 76, St. Fer- dinand, Ferdinand, Sept. 15. Charles Fisher, 67, St. John, Loogootee, Sept. 10. Thomas J. Gallagher, 83, St. Mary, Evansville, Sept. 16. Elizabeth Goble, 71, St. Mary, Washington, Oct. 16. Olivio "Lee" Golini, 72, Good Shepherd, Evansville, Oct. 11. Ivita Hayden, 75, St. An- thony, Evansville, Sept. 21 Kathryn Hobgood, 79, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, Sept. 16. Sandra G. Hufnagel, 37, Resurrection, Evansville, Oct. 18. Curtis Kidwell, 98, St. John, Loogootee, Oct. 10. Albert Laake, 50, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, Sept. 1. Alice F. Leroy, 87, Holy William Lindauer, St. An- thony, Evansville, Sept. 1. Harry Lovelace, 72, St. Joseph, Evansville, Oct. 7. Nellie Fay Marter, 97, St. Joan of Arc, Jasonville, Oct. 9. Anthony It. Martin, 65, St. Wendel, Evansville, Oct. 12. John Mueller, 58, St. Joseph, Evansville, Oct. 10. Clarence J. Nieten, 83, St. Theresa, Evansville, Sept. 21. Charles Pfaff, 67, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Oct. 19. Garrett M. Rainey, infant, St. James, Haubstadt, Oct. 5. Jennifer Roe,, 7, St. Agnes, Evansville, Sept. 23. Owen F. Sensmeier, 70, Corpus Christi, Evansville, Oct. 13. Edna Darlene Shrode, 69, St. Boniface, Evansville, Oct. 11. William Sharum Jr., 79, St. John, Loogootee, Sept 22. Elmer Spears, 44, St. John, JOHN PAUL II SPEAKS TO Y()UTH WORLD YOUTH DAY 1993 rl fficial commemorative volume the story, in words and photos, of d Youth Day 1993 in Denver, as previous World 3buth Day cele- .?ons in Spain, Poland, and gen- ,,7".Pope John Paul II loves young 17vePli 7d theY love him. Their mutual in-' - xemplified in this book which U.des all of the Pone's talks at brld mU D .r-.t ay, along with dozens of photos "tlents in [)enver. - des .t included are stories and arti .uout the various people, happenings tries at this international gathering with the ever youthful John Paul II. This inspiring coffee-table edition is an ideal book for youth, and a treasured memento of the Pope's visit. II a =[elm nll=MllUltt 'i Over 80 full-color photos Full texts of the Pope's talks Stories of people and events in Denver The story of previous World Youth Days in other countries Large deluxe coffee-table edition d spiritual activities involving some .wn softcover, $11.95 250,000 young people fi'om 70 coun- ,wn hardcover, $|9.95 mmm mmm mmm am m m imam m mmm m m m emm Imam mm m m m II'C|'J ]r.c. . l'lt, a send me copk's o[ }ohn Paul ll 15 Oakland Ave. Speaks to Youth x.._ Harrison, NY 10582  Sewn sol, cover. $11.95  Sewn hardover, $19.95 drt,......_ i enclo full payment plus $2.00 per book hr , '.Ste.Zip._. shipping and handling. I understand the book will be available in November. I Casmir Steczyk, 82, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Sept. 16. Leo Tenbarge, 69, St. An- thony, Evansville, Sept. 17. George Woods, 64, St. John, Loogootoe, October 25. Raymond D. Worland, 94, St. Philip Neri, Bicknell, Sept. 14. These obituary notices were submitted from parishes throughout the diocese. Late film director saw himself as Catholic, despite reputation By AGOSTINO BONe Catholic News Service ROME (CNS) -- Federico Fellini, 73-year-old Oscar-win- ning director who died Oct. 31, had a reputation as an anti- cleric, but considered himself a Catholic although he rarely at- tended Mass. He was called a "man- giaprete," Italian for "priest- eater," because he often sati- rized priests and nuns in his movies He also incorporated Christ- ian values in his films, said friends and relatives, noting that some of his movies won international Catholic awards. Fellini attributed a lasting influence to his Catholic up- bringing and his Catholic pri- mary and secondary education. "How can one say that he is not Catholic, as if one could free himself from a vision of life that has lasted 2,000 years?" he once said. "Believing is a stimulating food for fantasy," said the di- rector noted for his films which often superimposed fantasy on reality. "I understand prayer not as just an act of devotion, but also as the technique of a secret alchemy for obtaining wonders, miracles and magic," he said. I am not inclined toward revolution, and Catholicism has given me that minimum of rebellion, maybe a little imp- ish, that rescues me," Fellini said. Catholicism is a very stimulating rite. It causes a subtle and disquieting plea- sure to violate its rules and in- fringe on the things it pro- hibits." In New York, Henry Herx, director of the U.S. Catholic conference Office for Film and Broadcasting, called Fellini "a pivotal figure in Italian post- war cinema" and "a more liber- ating influence on world film- making.  Fellini and his wife, actress Giulietta Masina, were prepar- ing to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Oct. 30. 11 Retire Gregoire of Oct. 30, less th, the with 145 whom are Canadians. I III I I Suicidal? Feeling Hopeless? HELP LINE We - 1-800-852 7279 ,v, 015 lll0000r.00E, confidential assessments and help! 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