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1996 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana rch members join together for Kwanzaa celebration R, LEINGANG Message editor d customs of more familiar to people m southwestern wing an ex- on of the holiday. For rst time in five years, ,of six churches par- m what the planners tural, not a reli- Was created by ga in 1966. are empha- one each day be- ts and New Church, the site of previous years, locations again recent event. churches and in- Baptist Olive Galilee Memorial New Hope and Eastview ven r" . v lnczples of S.Wahili and En- moja (Unity), Ku- 1 clearly estab- and a "cannot reference to s Wedman be- that is to ruth and objec- ," the pope t//, Pharmacy Delivery Street Udy Stratman 425-5293 Pharmacy alists N, Weinbach Ave. IS, Prop. Using family photographs and other items from her per- sonal history, Shirley Henderson, at right, prepares to talk about "Imani," or "Faith," one of the seven principles of Kwanzaa. Above, members of the Nia dance group open the ceremony at St. John Church, Evansville. -- Message photos by Paul R. Leingang jichagulia (Self-determination), Ujima (Collective works and responsibility), Ujamma (Coop- erative economics), Nia (Pur- pose), Kuumba (Creativity), and Imani (Faith). At St. John Church Dec. 29, Latoski McCarty greeted par- ticipants and guided the vari- ous activities which were part of the celebration. The Nia Dancers, under the direction of Diana Northington, entered the celebration room only after they asked for and were given permission by their elders. Kwanzaa items and symbols used during the celebration in- cluded a candle holder, seven candles, a straw mat, a Unity Moral relativism is an "insid- ious enemy" of democracy, not its natural result, he said. "One must work with courage so that social struc- tures are respectful of those ethical values that express the full truth about humanity," the pope said. Duncan's Riverside Pharmacy Bob and Norma Duncan Corner Riverside and Governor Evansville 422-9981 PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2345 W. Franklin St. 425-4364 Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 Firsi cup and ears of corn. A Kwanzaa "Farewell State- ment" encourages participants to "Strive for discipline, dedica- tion and achievement in all you do." The statement con- cludes as follows: "Lord, may the wisdom of the ancestors always walk with us. May the year's end meet us laughing and stronger. May our children honor us by fol- lowing our example in love and struggle. And at the end of next year, Lord, may we sit again together, in larger num- bers, with greater achievement and closer to liberation and higher level of human life." engaged couple the very best W: t eddlng present. r Life 00treat for Cent, by 16, 17, and 1996 Chariti to help mge last a lifetime information, i!1: iloly Rosary Computer Classesl Learn to use that computer you got for Christmas[ Holy Rosary School is once again offering several introductory computer classes for adults. Taught by instructors from FUTUREKIDS Computer Learning Center, these classes should get you started on the road to computer literacy! Introduction to Computer Basics- 4hrs. $20 Introduction to M.S. Windows 3.1 -4hrs. $30 Advanced Windows techniques -4hrs. $30 Introduction to Word Perfect for Windows 6.1-8hrs.$50 Advanced Word Perfect For Windows 6.1 - 6hrs.$40 Introduction to M.S. Works for Windows 3.0 -6hrs.$40 Call the School Office for Dates, Times, and More Information! 477-22 71 I o. r Futurekids - 424-1133 durin the Holida,s. Prices quoted arc for Parish members. [ Please add $10 for nca-members. [1 Minimum Class size p is !0 students. M Money will be U refunded if class not all. 0" | Deposit required. J Classes are held in the school computer lab!