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1996 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 11 se remember the faithful departed in prayer was furnished by in the Diocese ter, 79, St. Fer- Ferdinand, October 5. Lelia Ellen Pilgrim, Heart, Vincennes, , St. Peter, September 19. Ronald E., 53, 18. Betty, 74, Holy Evansville, October John, 75, St. Bene- October 23. Charles, Jr., 83, rancis Xavier, Vincennes, Geoffrey j., 91, October 12. Ruth, 85, St. toonville, October 9. ne M., 63, EVansville, Octo- l, Holy Spir- 5. Jane, ery, Octo- !9 e, 81, Holy ctober 3. 424-8931 6 S., Evansville Crowe, Odelia Anne, 74, St. Joseph, Evansville, October 9. Eaton, Alvin, 61, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt, October 8. Eckstein, Francis A., 80, St. Joseph, Jasper, October 7. Feller, Cecelia, 82, Corpus Christi, Evansville, October 8. Fiester, Gary, 52, Holy Spir- it, Evansville, September 30. Gouverneur, Carl, 71, St. Francis Xavier, Vincennes, Octo- ber 9. Grubb, Carry, 27, Holy Spir- it, Evansville, October 20. Helm, John, 57, St. Joseph, Jasper, October 3. Heines, Beatrice Schoene- berger, 78, St. John, Vincennes, October 22. Helming, Norbert, 75, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, October 17. Hirsch, Reinildis, 95, Good Shepherd, Evansville, October 22. Happe, Jean I., 70, St. Boni- face, Evansville, October 27. Kern, Coletta F., 65, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt, October 24. Kollker, Robert, 84, St. Benedict, Evansville, October 5. Leach, Elaine, 63, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, October 21. Matheis, Hilary, 79, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, October 22. Mathias, Victor, 70, St. Mary, Daviess County, October 20. McBride, Covert John, 71, Vincennes , Bicknell Sandborn Monroe City AmBank Printton ,,.,,,,.,,B,c co, Patoka Member ED.I.C. INSURANCE SERVICE 'O" Auto! Home! Fire & Life! ur Personal Service Agent Les L. Will Ins. Agency Inc. in Street 425-3187 Kimball International Jasper, Indiana St. Peter, Linton, October 4. Mehling, Rose, 87, St. Joseph, Jasper, October 11. Memmer, Aurelia, 91, St. Benedict, Evansville, October 9. Mullen, Homer C., 79, St. Anthony, St. Anthony, October 10. Olinger, Ida, 93, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, October 3. Persohn, Lorena, 79, St. Joseph, Jasper, October 14. Schwinghamer, James, 63, St. Anthony, St. Anthony, Octo- ber 8. Scott, Robert, 72, Holy i Redeemer, Evansville, October 14. Spalding, Cletus J., 78, St. Benedict, Evansville, October 19. Sumner, Edward, 38, St. Mary, Washington, October 11. Sutton, Thomas J., 45, St. Theresa, Evansville, October 8. Geraldine M. Wigand, 66, Corpus Christi, Evansville, Oct. 29. Wieling, Rachel E., 86, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Octo- ber 2. Williams, Francis Ival, 92, St. John, Loogootee, October 8. i i i iiii SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten READY Gospel for Sunday, November !0, 1996 Matthew 25: I- !3 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, A Cycle, the parable of the ten bridesmaids. 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Priestless planning Changing circumstances demand that parishes make contingency plans for alter- natives to celebrating the Eucharist when no priest is available on Sundays, Bish- op Matthew H. Clark of Rochester, N.Y., said in a pas. tore] letter. He said that "the reception of Communion can never replace the action of celebrating the Eucharist." Lights. There also are secu- lar images. This year's Madonna and Child stamp is a detail from the oil painting "Adoration of the Shepherds,  done by Ital- ian artist Paolo de Matteis in 1712. The painting is in the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond. Tests.illegal Medical doctors caught per- forming illegal gender tests on fetuses will immedia