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14 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana I November 11, 1988 A helping hand / Charlie Welch gets a helping hand from his grandfather, Jerry Welch. Qkmlie, a second grader at Christ the King School, Evansville, dressed up like St. Charles for All Saints Day. Message Photo by Mary Ann Hughes Vatican i&apos;:: Coattaued hm pa#e 13 many local cultures lose their connection to the land in a single generation. Several of them present at the meeting said environmental studies should be part of a missionary's training program. Kenyan Father John Mutiso Mbinda, an official of the Vatican's Secretariat for Pro- moting Christian Unity who spoke at the meeting, called missionaries "firsthand witnesses" to environmental abuse. As one example, he cited the extensive sale in Africa of fertilizers that are banned in Western countries. FatherMutiso Mbinda noted that the Vatican has not yet i decided whether to fully par- ticipate in the 1990 World Con- vocation on Justice, Peace and the Integr/ty of Creation, spon- sored by the World Council of Churches. That is disappoin- ting to some, but the church is helping to prepare for the con- vocation, which is expected to cover environmental topics in depth. Father Mutiso Mbinda said that, in his experience, govern- ment agencies often view the church and its missionaries as environmentally guilty, as the original bearers of a Western development mentality. It is time to convince them that "we are taking a fresh look at the question," he said. DONUT BANK ".Q.,duy do,,,, 9,, " 4 Convenient Locations i SAINT AGNES TURKEY SHOOT Sunday, Nov. 13 & 20 & 27 AT DOGTOWN 12 NOON till Dark 16 Post 2 Prizes Each Round Spin Boards Tip Boards for Hams Drawing for 1/2 Side of Beef (or equivalent cash value) on Sunday November 27 Hot Soup and Refreshments Patron saints Second graders at Christ the King School, Evansville, celebrated All Saints Day in a special way. They each dressed up like their patron saints during an all.school Mass. The thirty.two children are the students of Amy McDonald and Peggy Vogt. -- Message Photo by Mary Ann Hughes I Please patronize businesses which advertise in the Message! I It takes guts to offer a lifetime warranty. Extrusive weldles Pd)J 'neat exchanger for years ( )f reliable )perat i< )n. C()rr()sk)t-resislall( secondary heat exchanger S(lUCUZes ()Lit CXII';.I heat. " Only Comfi)rtmaker's new Super High Efficient T gas furnace has the guts to be the best. That's why it has one of the best warranties: a limited lifetime warranty on both heat exchangers and a five-year limited warranty on all other parts. Its super-efficient design saves money on winter gas bills. Its incredible durability' saves you money on repairs. Ib find out n-lore, call us toda,: And get the inside /k,./ story on the best furnace around. CALL THE HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING DEALER IN YOUR AREA FOR MORE INFORMATION Distributed by TRI-STATE ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCTS, INC., EVANSVILLE, IN 812-425-4337