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3, 1992 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 11 'Course for catechists and others offered at St. Mary, Huntingburg By PAUL R. LEINGANG Message Editor A Lilly Endowment Prefect r . . ] lrllnlstry Formation has ,..ued Brescia College, fT, esboro, Ky., to offer an pca.,pus spring course led Basic Catholic Be- ef, a- .... . CCorain [o ;ister Mary i a Jochun, O.S.B. Sister ,uu is the director of roll- ,Us education for the Dio- " at Evansville. .tl ster Jochum will meet !_ .anyone interested in ,.ralng more about the Urse, at St Mary Church, tgburg, on Jan. 4, at 1 :..,: ST. Interested persons /J!be able t'o meet the ,bleor[register and pick up &S olahe Series of classes will be r:I.i t St. Mary Parish Cen- _ untingburg, on five Sat- urdays, "Feb. 1, Feb. 15, Feb. 29, Marcia 14 and March 28, from 9 a.m. to 1 I).m. EST. The course can be taken for college credit, with a t'i,,e of $180, or audited, tbr a fee of $80. Sister Jochum said the course will explore the reality of God's communication to humanity, how the Church responds to this revelation and some of the major doctri- nal formulations of the Catholic faith with special emphasis on the Trinity. Jim Barr, M.A., who taught the course at Brescia College, will teach the classes at Hunt- ingburg. It is designed for cat- echists, faith development leaders, and those involved in other ministries. Those who attend "will have an op- portunity to deepen, broaden, and challenge their under- EVANSVILLESERVICE [" FOR THE BEST ZL-u00BING SERV,CE "ZlI00P KF-SII)ENTIAL COMMERCIAL ,-, (FREE ESTIMATES) HANT PLUMBING CO. 484 . GOVERNOR AT CANAL -...._Ph. 424-2441 Paldings Food Land 2100 Stringtown 1713 E Morgan .. 411 S Barkar visit Our Complete IP Delicatessen ,,.me Cuts of Beef "*an*ville Wet Heat Sales & Servicc TV & 2-Way FM 1916 W. FRANKLIN STREET PHONE (812)42:3-7849 Herman Goebel Motor Co. 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Those who attended the first course, from the Diocese of Evansville, included Martha Brown, Pam Goergen, Carol Miskinis, Carole Spacinsky, lalane Weber, Mary Jo Werm,r, Saundra Kay Morris, Sisler Iria Miller. O.S.F., Debbit' lhflmes, ImV- Sister Mary Emma Jot:hum, O.S.B., makes a point to her class in ltuntingburg on "Basic Approaches to Care. chetical Ministry." Registra- tion will be held ]an. 4 for the spring course, "Basic Catholic Belief." Photos by J.A. Dotterweich erna Crow, Sister Barbara James, O.S.F., Jeanetta lohn- son, Latoski McCarty,-Angela Piekron and Tom Goergan, all of Evansville; Virginia Arnold, Washington; Fronie Dilger, St. Anthony; Brenda Barth, Diane Begle, Angela Uebelhor, all of Ferdinand: Bernadette Heeke, John Schroering, Dana Hoffman, Norbert Schroeder, Pare Schwenk, Ann Kempf, Deb- bie Kieffner, Kathy Hopf, all of Jasper; and Peggy Mundy, Schnellville. For more in.lbrmation, con- tact Sister Emma /ochum. 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Giuseppe Pasini. who visited Croatia just be- fore Christmas, said chil- dren and elderly were suf-i fering most from the effects i of the 6-month-long civil war. Gorbachev praised Mikhail Gorbachev, .ex- president 'of the' dissolved Soviet Union. is an impor- tant historical figure re-| sponsible for ending the J worst totalitarianism of his- | tory," said a commentary by Vatican Radio. The com- mentary was read Dec. 26, the day after Gorbachev an- nounced his resignation, CRS in Cambodia Catholic Relief Services the U.S, bishops' overseas relief and development agency, has opened an of- fice in Cambodia and has begun a $1 million relict and rehabilitation program, In announcing the move, CRS officials in Baltimore said that nearly 13 years of civil war, which ended with the signing of a peace accord in October, has left the country "destitute." Evangelization feared A leading Muslim scholar in Britain has called on Christian churches to abandon their evangelization campaign and urged his fellow Mus- lims to drop a rival efforL Masuq Ion Ally, a professor of Islamic Studies at St.