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November 20, 1987 IIIII The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Lock-in Fifteen members from the St. John the Baptist Church, Newburgh, youth group traveled to St. Paul Church, Tell City, last weekend for a lock-in. Here, Chris Memmer and Stephanie Gray, both of Newburgh, take a break from playing volleyball to chat with Rick Etienne and Bernie Etienne, youth ministers at St. Paul Church and St. John Church. Activities during the lock-in included games, socializing, a midnight prayer service -- all with "an emphasis on community," according to Bernie Etienne. -- Message Photo by Mary T. EUert For information on vocations contact: Father Da00d Fleck, Vocations Office, 424-5536 Ext. 111.. With the Comfortmaker Forced Draft Gas Furnace and Central Air Conditioning The Comfortmaker Deluxe Energy Saver Forced Draft Gas Furnace and Super High Efficiency Air Conditioning is a combination home-buyers will go for! 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Let's get together at your convenience. 15 Human fights violations in Honduras MEXICO CITY (NC) -- Charging that human rights viola- tions in Honduras are "systematic," a leading Central American human rights official said Catholics who speak against social injustice in that country often become the vic- tims of such abuses Ramon Cnstodio Lopez, president of the Honduran commission for human rights and the Costa Rica- based Central American Commission for the Defense of Human Rights, also said groups of Catholic small farmers have been targeted by authorities after protesting for land reform. He also said that priests working with the farmers have been accused by a Honduran police official of being subversives. 4 Immigrants and the fights of families VATICAN CITY [NC) -- Governments should pay attention not only to the "productive capacity" of immigrants, but also to' the rights of their families, said Pope John Paul II. In comments marking Italy's National Migrations Day, the pope said society must appreciate "the importance of the family in the migration phenomenon." In Nov 15 remarks the pope said the family plays an "indisputable" and central role in immigration, for "one emigrates for the fam!ly, to maintain it or to form it." He said he hoped "interested governments pay greater attention to the rights of the families and not only to the productive capacity" of migrant workers. Berfigan leads service for homeless WASHINGTON (NC) -- Former priest Philip Berrigan led a prayer service for the homeless Nov. 1I at a downtown Washingtonsubway stop where gates recently were installed to keep out people seeking shelter. Berrigan, an anti-war ac- tivist and former member of the Josephite order, led the ser- vice at the subway station as midnight approached and the city suffered the effects of a.12-inch snowstorm earlier in the day. After the service, which was pert of an hourlong protest against the chain-link fences, actor Martin Sheen, homeless advocat Mitch Snyder and another demonstrator, Parker, were ed for refusing to leave an entrance to the statmn when zt closed. 'L ' ' B .... : + , : , :,..,, .Chile andhuman fights ,, + ,+ VATICAN CITY (NC) -- The Chilean government must' respect human rights and provide for the "full ble participation', of citizens in'national life, II told Chile's new ambassador to the Vatican. Since 1973, Chile has been ruled by the military government of Gen. Augusto Pinochet, which has been accused of human rights violations, including torture, by the Chilean bishops and numerous international monitoring bodies. Dialogue on death and dying HOUSTON (NC) -- Catholics and Methodists worked to develop a common document on death and dying during the third session of a six-part dialogue on these issues, Oct, 18-20 in Houston. "We are arriving at a common language,', said Catholic Bishop Joseph P. Delaney of Fort Worth, Texas, one of the 16-member dialogue team. "Areas of divergence remain to be explored," he said, but "by the en vf the next meeting we ought to have a clear direction." Bishop Dalaney co-chairs the dialogue with United Methodist Bishop Ben, Oliphint. Priest presides at victim " s funeral NEW YORK (NC) -- At the natural mother's Catholic priests presided over funeral and burial rites Nov. 12 for 6-year-old Lisa Steinberg, a beating victim in New York whose death was nationally publicized. Cardinal I. O'Connor of New York was among mourners who their respects to the young girl before the service. Steinberg, Lisa's male adult guardian, was indicted jailed on murder charges in her death, The woman he ] reportedly lived with for the past 17 years, i who is also said to be a victim of abuse, charged but was being held in a hospital prison ward. 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