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0 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana U'S. Continued from page 1 the temptation of isolationism and make substantive new commitments to international justice, Third World develop- ment, human rights and nonvi- olent conflict resolution. Also receiving a first look from the bishops Nov. 15 were documents thanking the more than 10,000 U.S. permanent deacons for their 25 years of service to the church and de- scribing the social mission of the Catholic parish. Auxiliary Bishop John H. Ri- card of Baltimore said the statement on the parish's so- cial mission is intended to be "a modest, but useful tool for those seeking to shape and strengthen parish social min- istry." The document is a prod- uct of both the bishops' Domes- tic Policy and International Policy committees. Also due for a Nov. 17 vote were liturgy changes that took up more than 300 pages in the pack of reading materials sent to the bishops a month before the meeting. They include: -- The first segment of the new Sacramentary, a massive translation updating project for all the prayers of the Mass, to be dealt with in seven seg- ments over the next two years. Special Jubilarians Bob and Mac (Dunham) Vieke of Vincennes will celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary Nov. 23. They were mar- ried Nov. 23, 1948, at St. John Church, Vincennes. They are the parents of two daughters, Patsy Guerrettaz of Vin- cennes and Sandi Vieke of Nashville, Tenn. They have two granddaughters, Angle and Ashlee Guerrettaz of Vincennes. Basketball league scores Scores of the Nov. 14 fifth and sixth grade diocesan bas- ketball league play are reported by Steve Schlachter, Holy Rosary Church, Evansville. St. Theresa A, 42 -- Christ the King, 19; Holy Rosary B, i RUXER 50 -- St. Theresa B, 19; Good Shepherd, 42 -- Evansville Christian, 15- St. Benedict 13, 24 -- Holy Rosary C, 14; Holy Rosary A, 43 -- Holy Spirit, 24. i i i FORD - LINCOLN - MERCURY JASPER 482-1200 ] i i i Medical Arts Pharmacy 3700 Bellemeade Avenue Phone 477-1532 Donald Gutzweiler City-Wide Delivery Duncan's Riverside Pharmacy proscription Service Drs - Sundries - Cosmetics Magaztnes - "We Deliver" Comer Fiverside and Governor Evansville 422-9981 Stratman's Pharmacy City-Wide Delivery 4 t 3 Locust Street John and Judy Stratman 425-5293 PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2107 W. Franklin St. 425-4364 Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists Hwy. 62 and N. Weinbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop. 425-4422 i i -- A vote on procedures for approving the Sacramentary over the next two years. -- A revised inclusive-lan- guage version of the Grail Psalter for liturgical use. -- The "Ritual de Exequias Cristianas," the Spanish text for Christian Funerals. Archbishop Keeler opened the meeting with a presiden- tial address that contrasted the crime problems of Wash- ington with the weeklong calm that took over Denver when 186,000 youths from around the world met there this sum- mer for World Youth Day. The archbishop said that while news coverage allowed millions of people to share in some of the World Youth Day events in Denver, the media was less refined when trying to describe the American Catholic Church in general. "The media's 'American Catholic Story' is a caricature wherein complex issues are crudely stated -- crudely and quickly stated," he example, the he was invited on Show to explain the( Church's position on birth control, celibacY male priesthood onds. "The glib answers to important no room for detail no room for the whole of concerns on Father challenges ity," Archbishop your last will an2 testament can be an e/oegent statem, cnt Cwhatou a#precfa tcd most in. gou.r lijfex--- .q h.cst to help educa prsts at 3ai'nt qae/nra? 5eminarq /5 l qOP Way to thank Go forgour Fm'th, mi to pass iron to those whoyCol/ow qv_) i00,i .o..n.o_._: o..or M-- Seminary, Saint Meinrad, IN 47577 or call collect (812) 357-6501. -/i II, AB Names, addresses, phone num- bers, places, dates, offices, direc- tors, parishes, schools, institutions, vital statistics, financial statistics, priests' assignments -- they are all in the 1994 Yearbook of the Catholic Diocese of Evansville. You may purchase your copy at the Catholic Center for $7.50. For mail orders, include $1.50 for postage and handling. mm I NAME I ADDRESS ........ I I I CITY I I Send order form with payment to: CATHOLIC DIOCESE YEARBOOK P.O. BOX 4169 I EVANSVILLE, IN 47724-0169 STATE COST PER YEARBOOK NO; OF BOOKS TOTAL $ ENCLOSED (includes postage & handling) .