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1996 ishops iii from page 1 to be voted on Nov. 13. Lelevision stations efused more and more to :the cost m a production crew morning for a half- : program. also have dropped vir- public service program- Where TV Masses once home. This the dioceses must either time slots or pay for Masses. also shown on the Word Television Network cable channels, as .s cable outlets run by some guidelines changes to guide- receiving Communion in Catholic Would bring them with current al direc- to the head of commit- g them. Were to debate on the revised guidelines notable change Second section of TING Kentucky ' Sand Blasting Industrial Services andTeas WE CAN MATCH Washington 2-4409 EVans,ille 422-1833 ANT IN OULD US. C.y, tN that ! have you will Q love in. The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 11 the guidelines, titled "Our fellow Christians." As in the old guide- lines, the new ones do not invite other Christians to receive Com- munion at aCatholic Mass. How- ever, the new guidelines recog- nize that some other Christians may do so under certain circum- stances. Mass texts approved With little debate the U.S. Catholic bishops approved two more parts of a new Sacramen- tary Nov. 11. By a vote of 210-15 the bishops approved the "Proper Masses for the Dioceses of the United States," a collection of Mass texts for observances such as the feasts of American saints Elizabeth Ann Seton and John Nepomucene Neumann. They also approved texts for the common of saints, ritual Masses, votive Masses and Mass- es for the dead. Budget approved In a quick series of votes Nov. 11 the U.S. bishops approved: --A$43.4 million 1997 budget for the National Conference of Catholic Bishops and U.S. Catholic Conference, about $1.5 million above the 1996 budget. -- A proposal to set up a quasi- endowment of $4.2 million for future use and a 4 percent annu- al budget increase cap, and the 1998 diocesan assessments that will result from those policies. -- Funding of nearly $1 million from reserves and unspent year- ly budget allocations to operate a national office for millennium observances for the next four Custom Made On Your Lot Thousands of References POST BUILDING PKGS. Complete pre-engineered packages for you to build. Very Low Prices. TRUSS RAFTERS Excellent Prices-Any Size to 100' OVERHEAD DOORS Hundreds in Stock Nobody Beate Our Price= METAL ROOFING Over 20,000 Sq. In Stock. Any Length Cut To Inch. Best Prices Around. DAVIESS CO. METAL Hwy. 50 E., Cannelburg. 4 mi. E. Montgomery 812-295-4299 years. Bishops said 'no' The U.S. bishops Nov. 11 defeated a plan that would have given the issue of whether retired bishops should vote to a commit- tee planning a restructuring of the bishops' twin conferences. Baltimore's retired Archbishop William D. Borders (a native of Washington, Ind.) said he consid- ered it "a loss" that relatively few retired bishops have attended bishops' meetings in recent years. Nuncio speaks In an address Nov. 11 to the U.S. bishops, Archbishop Agosti- no Cacciavillan, papal pro-nuncio to the United States, described the "Catechism of the Catholic Church," church vocations and the approach of the third millen- nium as key ongoing concerns of the Holy See. Protestors gathered Outside the hotel, about 50 members of the "We Are Church" coalition held a one- hour "wit- ness event" and prayer service. Just down the block, about 20 people gathered under the aus- pices of Mothers' Watch, a group opposing all sex education pro- grams. i SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten A HARD MAN Gospel for Sunday, November 17, 1996 Matthew 25:14-30 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, A Cycle, the story of three servants' talents. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. MAN JOURNEY SERVANTS FIVE DUG GROUND MASTER'S MONEY LONG SETTLED BRINGING WELL DONE JOY I KNEW A HARD MAN READ GATHER INTEREST GIVE IT MORE EVEN WORTHLESS DARKNESS TEETH W M A S T E R S Y 0 J O E M 5 T N A V R E S W S N A M D R A H A N O S S K E W E R E D D R O E E I N T E R E S T U D S N D O F O L D H D O L S K T D M T Y L A T J O D R U I T D E E D M A N A A D E E S A E N O U G U D S I S V B E T O N E V E D E E V I F R H M E D D V B R I N G ! 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The international commu, nity has a duty to help poor countries reduce their debt burden, acce  the Vati- can representative to the Unit- ed Nations.Addressing a U2li General Assembly commi dealing with the =external debt crisis and development," krchbishop Renato R, Marti- no said the topic involved eth- ical issues and not just , cal finandal considerations, No 'right to die' In briefs to the Supreme Court, the U.S. Catholic Con- ference and a dozen other religious organizations argue that the "right to die" flies in the face of common law and :he constitutional right to due process, among other precedents Separate friend- The Vatican predicted nRh straight budget 00Jxplus I for 1997, and id dioceses I around the world  n- sible for the financial turn- ndllion in conditions .d other income of $178 million the Vatican will meet jected expenses and have about $642,000 left over. i Saving adobe churches Several of the centurid adobe churehes in New Mexi, endan00red I National t for Hisric I rvation: iThe National i Cheese served at the White House Fruitcake Rated #1 by Newsday (flavored with Kentucky Bourbon) Prompt Delivery, with satisfaction guaranteed Available all year round Prices include delivery (in USA) For a free catalog write: Gethsemani Farms Box 477 Trappist, Kentucky 40051 800-276-7110 Fax: 502-549-4124 Or visit us on the World Wide Vv'eb at www.monks.org