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November 14, 1997 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 15 Please pray for the faithful departed Adler, Mary J., 85, Sacred Heart, Evansville, October o. Anslinger, Edward J, 77, Hoh' Trinit3; Evansville, Se tember " P - . Armentano, Frank J., 76, Res- urrection, Evansville, October 14. Arthur, Clyde E., 81, St. Mar),, Washington, October 8. Bastide, Alice (Beatrice), 86, St. Philip Neri, Bicknell, October 11. Bayer, Vera M., 60, St. There- Evansville, October 19. Beach, Willard, 75, Resurrec- ti, Evansville, September 24 Oscar,., 80. Hoiv a mily, Jasper, October 2 Blankenberger, Adol h 'r8 Wendel, St. WendelP Octo: Boehm, Edward H., 77, St. 6. ey, Agnes Carolyn, 88, Church, Boonville, Raymond, 85, St. 7. Mildred, 85, Holy EVansville, Septem- Cecilia, 92, St. ille, October 28. A., 68, St. There- 1. , Donald E., 64, Resur- tober 1. 84, St. Anthony, B., 76, St. October 11. 71, Resurrec- t' September 25. 78, Sacred October 25. V., 85, Holy October 28. cious Blood, Jasper, October 11 Gerber, Florabelle, 85, St. Fer- dinand, Ferdinand, October 22 Goehring, William E, 51, Good Shepherd, Evansville, October 9. Gordon, William D., Sr., 68, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Octo- ber 7. 'Hasara, Theresa Ann, 54, St. Peter, Linton, October 18. Heidet, Marcella, 88, St. Fer- dinand, Ferdinand, October 3. Heines, Clara C., 86, St. John, Vincennes, October 5. Hohl, Charles B., 63, St. Mary, Huntingburg, October 27. Huett, Rita, 74, St. Anthon}, Evansville, October 31. Kern, Michelle, 28, St. Mar}, Ireland, September 23. Kercher, Teckla, 78, Corpus Christi, Evansville, October 12. Koester, Agnes, 77, St. Antho- ny, Evansville, October 3. Kraft, Theodore, 56, St. Joseph, Vanderburgh Count}, October 9. Lechner, Theresia, 93, Pre- cious Blood, Jasper, September 20. Leslie, Margaret, 85, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, October 25. Lents, John L,, 76, St. Joseph, Jasper, October 3. Lindauer, Linus J., 72, Pre- cious Blood, member; setwices at Holy Family, Jasper, October 7. Linegar, Rosa Gertrude "Rosie," 85, St. Boniface, Evans- ville, October 1. H., 60, Pre- Wal.Mart SuperCenter 401 North Burkhar Road Ph: 812-471-8797 Evansville, IN 47715 Fax: 812-471-8166 IS COUNTY BANK MEMBER OLD NATIONAL BANCORP Member FDIC FIVE STAR SERVICE BANK They have g Skills, and concern Your elderly parents. -ans peace of mind and your family. oamy. (Evansville) 717 (Princeton) all Our clients their Confide for Iqeek Insu;anee Agency, Inc. JASPER LUMBER CO. COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Ph: 482-1125 RT. 4, JASPER Macken, Joseph, 50, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, October 16. McGill, Esther, 90, St. Antho- n}, Evansville, October 2. Miller, Oscar, 78, Sacred Heart, SchnelMlle, October 25. Minnette, Richard, 72, St. Benedict, Evansville, October 8. Molinet, Walter, 69, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, August 29. Murphy, Louise Ella, 82, Ma D- Help of Christians, Mariah Hill, October 15. Petty, Ervin, 61, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, October 2. Phillips, Gertrude, 82, St. Mary, Huntingburg, October 26. Pike, Catherine, 78, Holy Rosary; Evansville, October 4. Rahman, Mary, 69, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, September 30. Raney, Lois B., 85, St. John, Loogootee, October 12. Leinenbach, Tommy, 30, St. Mary, Ireland, October 12. Renneisen, Thomas L., 75, St. .Ioseph, Jasper, October r,. Ritz, Mildred, 86, Christ the King, October "" Schaeffer, Coroth, 70, St. Fer- dinand, Ferdinand, October 3t. Schmitt, Marie, 82, St. Vvndel, St. Wendel, October 19. Schuler, Janice, 51, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, October 22. Shappard, Cecelia A. (Lux), 85, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, October 6. Todd, Marshall, 84, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, Septem- ber 19. Uebelhor, Paul A., 63, Pre- cious Blood, Jasper, October 11. Volz, Robert Nicholas, 72, Holy Rosary; Evansville, October 12. Wallace, Laveda, 89, St. Mar}, Washington, Octobei" 19. Weinzapfel, Julius, 85, St. Philip, St. Philip, October 24. Wimmenauer, James "Ed," 58, St. John, Vincennes, October 8. SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten THE UNKNOWN HOUR Gospel for Sunday, November 16, 1997 Mark 13:24.32 o Following. is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Gospel for the Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, B Cycle, signs of the last days. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. THE SUN DARKENED MOON LIGHT STARS SHAKEN SON OF MAN COMING CLOUDS GREAT POWER ANGELS FOUR WINDS FIG TREE BRANCHES LEAVES SUMMER IS NEAR THINGS GENERATION PASS AWAY HOUR HEAVEN ONLY R G N [ M O C L O U D S A G L K R S H A K E N E E R E J O U N D N D O H N E A N N G O E F. N O C S A V Z E Q K H O A M N 1 T E L V R D S U M T A P A S S A W A Y R F H R S P U D E S K T W O E B T O M T H G I L I N S X A W M D J K Y L N O U R R E E R T G 1 F D S N X 5 R R T H i N G S D W P (c) 1997 Att Publishing Co. COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Auto! Home! Fire & Lifel Your Personal Service Agent James L. Will Ins. Agency Inc. 1925 W. Franklin Street 425-3187 t t t t t t U.S. bishops meet ! FolJowin a tic vote Nov. 11 .;\\;rchbisilo t-iarn I. [:lynn of St. Paul-Minneapolis was named secretary of the Nation- al Conference of Catholic Bish- ops on the basis of being older than the other candidate. Arch- bishop Flynn, 04, and Bishop Wilton D. Gregory of Belleville, II1., 49, each received 125 votes. The bishops Nov. II gave their unanimous consent to the sainthood cause of Mother Mary Henriette Delille, who founded a religious communi- ty for black women in New Orleans called Sisters of the Holy Family. The bishops voted to extend indefinitely a collec- tion to aid the church in Cen- tral and Eastern Europe. Bishop Charles V. Grah- mann of Dallas, 66, was taken to Georgetown University Hospital in Washington for tests after suffering a dizzy spell Nov. 11. Bishops praised Officials of Dignity-USA Nov. 10 praised a bishops' statement for parents of gay and lesbian children as "a good step forward" for more sensitive pastoral care in the Catholic Church to families of those who are homosexually oriented. The statement, titled "Always Our Child ten," called on parents of gay and lesbian adolescent or adult children to love them, not reject them. Cardinal grateful Cardinal Bernard E Law of Boston expressed "heartfelt gratitude" to latvmakers who voted against reinstatement of the death penalt.v m Massa- chusetts after the measure was defeated by one vote. St. Dorothy? Cardinal John J. O'Connor of New York announced Nov. 9 that he would gather people acquainted with the life ot Dorothy Day to consider ini-i tiating her cau. for canoniza- tion. Help Jews rebuild A Catholic bishop b Dresden has organized parish collections for the reconstruction of a near- by s}magogue destroyd in the November 1938"KristMtnadt." Bishop Joachim Reinelt said Catholics had a res}xmsibili: to help local Jews rebuild their place of worship. Comments quoted Women priests and married clergy will inevitably become a feature of the "Catholic Church in the future, no mat- ter what the pope says, said U.S. Francian Father Richard Robt. Father Rohr, in western Australia for a retreat and workshops, was inter- viewed by The Record, news- paper of the Archdioce of Perth. H i n , it,I, J