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13, 1996 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana .00=lse remember the faithful departed in prayer )llowing information was ed t y various parishes in John Joseph, Sr., B(niface, Evansville, )er 3. S g, Alfreida M., 83, l, V ncennes, July 18. rt?e, Rosalia, 85, St. , ansvflle, November lelg Father Aloysius liface, Evansville, er,] Ida, 81, Resurrec- ans le, October 21. les, Lee Etta, 77, St. Jas] er, November 14. lett H. Rex hshinm.. 4, ' 65, St. D ", ovember 6. inc mond, 67, St. rues, August 11. i  , Ann, 62, Holy ,val vi!le, November 6. , El Zabeth E., 97, St. .', E, ansville, November la ham, HOWard D, unr, Vincen- - " nes, duly 6. ' $ aude, 82, St. Boni- as' lle, October 31. m, Alice, 92, St. ,a )er, November 20. lar i, Fred H., 88, St. , E asville, November Pi nick, JOrdan Ann mi e Lynn, infant 8a:red .Heart, Vin- cennes, November 23. Foster, Agnes L., 91, St. John, Vincennes, July 21. Frieler, Marita E., 73, St. Anthony, St. Anthony, Novem- ber 12. Goodman, Donald W., 57, St. John, Vincennes, November 7. Govert, Keith M., 20, St. Philip, St. Philip, November 2. Griffith, Hortense E., 78, St. John, Vincennes, November 16. Grove, Jaekie Lee, 58, St. Mary, Washington, November 21. Happe, Jean I., 70, St. Boni- face, Evansville, October 27. Harper, Evelyn, 73, St. Agnes, Evansville, November 6. Heines, Beatrice, 78, St. John, Vincennes, October 22. Hess, John, 81, Holy Spirit, Evansville, November 10. Hess, Mark, 36, St. John, Vincennes, August 6. Hochgesang, Irene K., 78, Holy Family, Jasper, November 11. Hofman, Fern H., 85, Christ the King, Evansville, November 16. Jerger, Arnold, 84, St. Joseph, Jasper, November 11. Jones, Harold, 80, St. Mary, Washington, November 13. Kempf, Hildegard, 88, Sacred Heart, Schnellville, Octo- ber 25. BUilt in 1825 for Noon Day Stop & Trading Post RECOGNIZED AS ST RESTAURANT IN INDIANA LE NORTH OF EVANSVILLE OF US 41 ON OLD STATE ROAD I i EARLY STAGE "q COACH )irh00e in. th STOP e Original Log Room t-';t Abraham Lincoln was in bINNE00I S November 1844 Or - ERVED by Ala Carte Menu br FAMILY STYLE for 4 or More b,aUg ht Beer- Wine- Cocktails i rI/NG ROOM SEATING 500 "g Dinner from 4 to 10:30 p.m. C TUesday. Saturday Iosed SUnday and Monday Telephone 867-3216 and RITA ELPERS, proprietors Kleiman, Freda, 91, Sacred Heart, Evansville, November 18. Lawrence, Michael J., 56, St. John, Vincennes, November 16. Little, J. Herschel, 81, St. John, Vincennes, November 22. Lux, Katherine, 85, St. Peter, Linton, November 25. Masterson, Rite, 54, St. Philip, St. Philip, November 18. Mayer, Dorothy E., 75, St. Theresa, Evansville, November 18. McCoy, Bertha Sarah, 93, Christ the King, Evansville, November 21. McGiffen, Don, 72, St. John, Vincennes, August 11. Mehringer, Delmar "Bud", 66, Precious Blood, Jasper, November 17. Meyer, Arthur F. "Art", 83, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt, November 23. Miller, Anna Mae, 83, St. Joseph, Jasper, November 18. Myers, Dorothy M., 74, St. Peter, Montgomery, November 7. Nolley, Donald W., 90, St. Patrick, Montgomery, November 9. Nunley, Mary Alice, 63, St. John, Vincennes, August 7. O'Connor, Sarah L., 89, St. John, Vincennes, October 10. Perry, Margaret, 87, St. Theresa, Evansville, November 27. Pfeiffer, Mattie, 88, Good Shepherd, Evansville, November 27. Philipps, Kurt, 12, St. Joseph, Dale, November 11. Rabe, Geneva M., 79, St. Philip, St. Philip, November 1. Ray, Mary A., 80, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, November 3. Reinhart, Adrian, 80, Holy Cross, Fort Branch, October 17. Salee, Edna L., 83, Christ the King, Evansville, November 8. Sandleben, Robert, 64, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, Novem- ber 9. Schaefer, Louis, 63, St. Philip, St. Philip, October 21. Schlachter, Charlotte, 89, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, November 6. Schultheis, Wilfred A. "Jack", 85, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt, November 19. Souders, Edwin F., 72, St. Mary, Huntingburg, November 24. Spaulding, Crystal, 81, St. John, Loogootee, November 10. Steinhart, Walter, 82, Sacred Heart, Schnellville, November 6. Van Ness, Vincent Gerard, 65, Holy Cross, Fort Branch, November 20. Vanwinkle, Earline, 75, Holy Angels, New Harmony, October 15. Vieke, Gregory T., 56, St. John, Vincennes, November 5. Walker, Fintan, 69, St. John, Loogootee, November ll. Wannemuehler, Clara J., 91, Sacred Heart, Evansville, November 13. Weinzapfel, Elizabeth, 90, St. Philip, St. Philip, October 28. Wigand, Geraldine M., 66, Corpus Christi, Evansville, October 29. Wilson, Opal, 82, St. Mary, Washington, November 25. Youngstafel, Mary L, DeBoeuf, 81, St. John, Vin- cennes, October 31. SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten ELIJAH Gospel for Sunday, December I 5, 1996 John 1:6-8, 19-28 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Third Sunday of Advent, B Cycle, John the Baptist's explanation of who he is. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. A MAN SENT ! BY GOD BELIEVE TESTIMONY JOHN THE JEWS WHO ARE YOU ELIJAH I AM NOT PROPHET ANSWER YOURSELF VOICE CRYING MAKE STRAIGHT LORD WATER AMONG YOU SANDAL NOT WORTHY BETHANY JORDAN B E L ! E V E C 1 O V X P R O P H E T O N M A I T E S T 1 M O N Y Y T W J O K E L ! J A H D H H S T R A I G H T A O E O A B C D M D R F M Q J A N E B Y G O D W A T E R D T R E W S N A N D W E A H G T N E S G H D S Y L A O D V G N I Y R C O D N B F" D .... D R O J U P Y O U R S E L F L U A (c) 1996 Art Publishing Co, 15 Church/World IIII II I II II III III II I III I I Condemning blockade Catholic and Protestant church leaders in Ireland have condemned the contin- uing blockade of a Catholic church in the town of Baily, mena by supporters of British rule in Northern Ireland: In a joint statement, Catholic primate Archbishop Seen Brady ofagh, Church of ireland primate hbishop Robin Eames, Presbyterian moderator Rev. Harry Allen and Methodist President Ken Best said, "Iris the right of all people to worship in free- dora? Supporting refugees: The Vatican will demon: strate its continuing support of the U.N, Relief and Works Agency for Palestine  in the Near East by mng another symbolic contribution of $20,000 to its !997 budt That is the same amotmt given to the 1996 budget and m several previous years. Catholics arrested Since mid-Novener approx- imately 80 members of China's undergromd Catholic Ch in the Fuzhou district of Jiangxi province have been arre, beaten and jailed by the gov- ernment, according to the Car- dinal Ktmg Foundation. The underground Catholic Church, which is loyal to the pope, is ille gal in China. Its membership is estimated in the milhons. office, says the ut books on Opus Dei, This|. seems to confirm the begin, I ning of a new political esca- I lation of Opus Dei in Spain," | Jesus Ynfante said in his | book, "Opus Dei: ien la | erra comO en : ci0000o'i ('Opus Dei! On Earth as it b,! in Heaven ); " Joeephites !' Mo,e than 7.0 :jubn00tl parishioners heped: