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Worth mentioning... Author donates proceeds to St. Ben&apos;s Harry Murray, the Evansville author of a recent novel set at the time of Christ, entitled "Go, Jesus Boy, Go!," has writ- ten a sequel entitled, "Joel and the Fall of Nero " Proceeds from hoth books go to St Benedict Church, Evans'ville. Murray sa" s '- :_ . " y, ne tried to incort)orate recent historical find- ,ngs Uto his n"- -' .... " Lord's,.- .ve,, wnne emphasizing the importance of the . wo t)aslc commandments to love God and neighbor. His new story "covers much of an era when Christianity Was in its infancy and had to meet secretly." According" to the author, "Peter had much to do with saving Christianity. He and the apostles were ersecute such as d.l . P ." d, but with the help of men ,e, who nn some way p 'ents the laity of the Chl:Ch' were a.hle to overcome threat :?mies., , where [Yo.l! as gaven 1,000 copies of his new novel to the parish, "y may be obtained for a donation of $5 each. 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Mendel, o ner, (812) 634.7766 46 Jan 5 Jas ' iN 4":'Mr: n j j, 11 Church/World Call to Action More than 5,000 people com- mitted to bringing about major changes in the Catholic Church gathered Nov. 15-17 for the Call To Action national conference, at Detroit's Cobo Center, site of the original Call To Action con- ference in 1976. Speakers included Detroit Auxiliary Bishop Thomas J. Gumbleton; Fathers Hans Kung and Charles Curran, both barred by the Vatican from teaching as Catholic theologians; French Bishop Jacques Gaillot; femi- nist activist Edwina Gateley; and Loretto Sister Maureen Fiedler, national petition drive organizer for "We Are Church: A Catholic Referendum." Call to Holiness About 2,000 people, pledged to upholding traditional Catholic teachings, filied a conference center in suburban Detroit for the Call to Holi- ness gathering. Speakers at Call to Holiness included Mother Angelica of the Eter- nal Word Television Network, author and magazine editor E. Michael Jones, author Donna i Steichen, and Jesuit Fathers John A. Harden and Joseph Fessio. 'A miracle' Dr. John Nwannunu esti- mates that he has perfonned hundreds of abortions at a ].<}ini; ia [gaTd, lno more; NaxmmatttWib, luted his change of heart to lthe coverage of Cardinal I J..oseph L. Bernardia's death 'that had saturated the air' waves in the Chicago market. Bishop Dale Melczek of Gary said, "This is a miracle." To the Little Sisters It wasn't until the night Cardinal Bernardin died that the Little Sisters of the Poor learned he wanted any memorial gifts in his name given to them. The cardinal's mother lives at the order's Helen Kellogg Center in Chicago. :: : Bishops appointed Pope John Paul II has named an Alaska pastor, FatherMichael Warfel, to suc- ceed the late Bishop Michael H. Kenny of Juneau, who died in Februar3, 1995: Msgr. Gre- gory M Avmqnd. rvetvr-presi. dent of Notre De Seminary in New Orleans w muned auxiliary bislmp,.oPew aat zt wem announced in WashingUm Nov 19. :-  Murder ommemo00 Thou.nd fCal in "1 Sial " o ''"' '  " vaaor e mmemoratea the seventh anlliry of the brutal m,r:::-ef six Jesuit priests, their house- keeper and her daughter An open air Mass at Jesuitrun Central American University Nov 16 culminated the activ ities organized during the month to mark the 1989 tour ders by army soldiers ........ ,J, 414  ,0, ........