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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Bulletin Board Items are se- lected from information submit- ted in writing by parishes, schools and organizations serv- ing the Catholic community in southwestern Indiana. Local times are listed. The deadline for the Jan. 17 issue is Jan. 12. The deadline /br the Jan. 24 issue zs Jan. 17. Send information to Sister Mary Etta Kiefcr, O.S.B., BUL- LETIN BOARD, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville IN 47724o0169. General Interest Annual Mater Dei Band Boosters fundraiser, with monthly drawings Jan. through Oct. Only "?,000 tickets offered for sale at $10 each. Eight win- ners awarded monthly: $500, $100, $50 (2), and $25 (4). Each ticket eligible for each drawing, or 80 chances to win. Tickets available from band members, boosters, or by calling (812) 985- 3076. St. Agnes Half-Pot Bingo all Sundays in Jan., 1 to 4 p.m. in the cafeteria, 1620 Glendale Ave., Evansville. Refreshments available. All welcome. Egg sculpturing and wood craft on display at St. Meinrad Archabbey Library until Jan. 30. Cut-sculptured eggs with images carved through shells, relief- sculptured eggs with 3-dimen- sional images etched on shell surface. Aim) exhibited are wood lathe turfiings, carvings', and glass etchings: Work is by Fa- ther Stephen Snoich, O.S.B., who can be reached at the Arch- abbey guest house, (812) 357- 6585. Vanderburgh County Right to Life is accepting reservations for their annual bus trip to Washington, D.C., Jan. 19 to 23, for the annual March for Life. Cost is $135 per person. For more information, call the Right to Life office, (812) 474-3195. Reunion of alumni of St. Mary College Seminary, St. Mary, Kentucky planned for July 26 through 28, 1996, in Bardstown, on the 175th an- niversary of the founding of the college. The school closed in 1977 after 156 years of educating thousands for the priesthood and many for positions in the laity. If you attended St. Mary or know someone who did, contact John F. Poland, 300 Eva Ave., Linthicum Heights, Maryland 21090, or call him at work (410) 922-2805 or at home (410) 850- 0868. Heavenly Lights on the Hill, Christmas display at Monastery Immaculate Concep- tion, Ferdinand. Aboutl00,000 lights can be viewed on Grotto Hill, directly south of Madonna Hall and the monastery church. Featured are the Stations, Rosary Steps, Lourdes Candle Shrine, and Nativity scene with magi. Display to be viewed until Epiphany, Jan. 7. Secular Franciscans of the Holy Family Fraternity will- meet Jan. 7, 2 p.m. at St. Clare's Monastery. Anyone who seeks a simple Gospel lifestyle is wel- come. FIRST FEDERAL Savings and Loan Ass0da Washington & Loogootee Corporate Mass and Com- munion, Knights of Columbus Council 565, Jan. 14, at St. Benedict Church, 1328 Lincoln Ave., Evansville. Rosary at 8:10 and Mass at 8:30 a.m., with buf- fet to follow at K of C. Call Joyce, 423-2734, for buffet reser- vations. For information call Larry Preske, 474-0440 days, or 473-2401 evenings. High School Pro-Life Rally, hosted by Teens for Life, Dubis County Right to Life, Holy Fam- ily Church, Jasper, Jan. 24, 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Speaker is Giana Jenson, high school-aged sur- vivor of abortion. For help in co- ordinating groups, call (812) 482- 7910 after 5 p.m. Fire Rally of Evansville audio tapes available. Call (800) 783-6357. Alleluia Commu- nity music audio cassettes avail- able. Call (706) 798-1882. , ,,i   , ii'i,, 'ii,ii"i'ii , , '!ii ,\\; :::!,:ii , ,II :> :?+!i:!!i!!i!i;:iiiiii:iii  Classes/Workshops Rappin' -- for all area mid- dle and high school students, V.F.W. Post 1114, Wabash Ave., Evansville, Jan. 8. 7 to 8:30 p.m, Charles Halbrook, executive di- rector of Youth Service Bureau, will speak on Violence: trance and strategy. Free pizza and cokes. (812) 473-0029 or 426- 2640. Founding Father Father Eugene-Heerdink was recently invited to Hol and presented with a plaque noting ther Damian Dietlein, O.S.B. Dinners Three credit hours, $185/credit Workshop, Celebour - houri $115/audit hour. Sister Sunda, Dinner, St, Theresa Differences, Jm:...l.'fl'0 ,. aart0:a.C. $chmitz, O.S..B,, cafeteria, Herndon Dr at p.m., Zli$;t-.." ".4:.'{ _j.. ::,' -'- ":.. :... Stnnown Rd., Evansville, Jan- the n'*;'t ".,-"I*" ,T:,='.." " ....... " ".: uary 14 zrom iu'u a.m o Y""W'P. Y_,_._'. ,L-''" :r" ''-: :,'--, :. ;,, --'. " Rd Nevb ','u- "'o "--'ffi-''* ';,"'"  :" plChlcken and roast beefdm- ' . ,/a '=' ". _.'. _. '-; l"' " - ; .... a; -, ;,,,,oAa ,A..-._. ners.wzth desserts. Carry-outs =-=15, '""l "=w uu.=v,=, t.,a.,r. .- ',. ,e,Ll ,'- 1''.']BI1;I '",,. " -- " : - ....  --_" ":'.. t ", .2_ " .... 11801. differences zn commttinzcataon in Diocese of Evansville bfre L'"- styles, emotional needs, and on five Saturdays by Brescia Chicken Dinner to benefit modes of behavior. Married or single welcome. Presenter is Ziba Graham, Jr., Director of Parish and Community Out- reach, Catholic Charities. Babysitting provided. Workshop on Anger offered for women Jan. 26 to 28, Ko- rdes Enrichment Center, Ferdi- nand. Sessions explore finding strength and power through management of anger. Libby Weatherby-Hoard, Louisville psychotherapist, is presenter. Program runs 7:30 p.m., Jan. 26 to 1 p.m. Jan. 28. Resident cost is $110 ($130 single occupancy), and includes meals. Commuter fee of $70 includes all but break- fast (available on request). (800) 880-2777 or (812) 367-2777. Centering Prayer day for active practitioners Jan. 27, Ko- rdes Enrichment Center, Ferdi- nand. Shared prayer and soli- tude, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost is $15, with lunch available for $5. Spring week-end course, Through their Eyes, offered by St. Meinrad School of Theology Jan. 27 and 28, Feb. 24 and 25, and March 23 and 24. Sessions will run 9 a.m. to noon, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. each day. Class will study matriarches of Israel and other women of the Bible through writings of prominent feminist exegetes. Teaching this graduate-level course will be Fa- College. Session dates and times are Feb. 3, 17, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; March 2, 16, 30, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Introduction to the Old Testa- ment and The Sacraments of the Christian Community will be at Evansville Catholic Center. The Catholic Faith: an Introduction to Theology and Ethics and Morality will be held at St. Mary Religious Education Center, Huntingburg. Call Brescia week- end college office, (800) 264-1234 or Sister Margaret Turk, R.S.M., (502) 686-4234. Cursillo Ultreya Information: Second Thursday of the month, 7 p.m., St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand Fourth Monday, Providence Home basement, Jasper, 7 p.m. Fourth Thurs- day, 7 p.m., Resurrection, Evansville. Fourth Thursday, 7 p.m., St. John, Newburgh; third Tuesday, 7 p.m., Holy Cross, Fort Branch. Every Monday, 6 p.m., St. Mary, Evansville. (812) 423-9300. Dance Saturday night dance, Jan. 13, 8:30 to 11:30 p.m., St. Matthew, Mount Vernon. in the school all-purpose room. Event includes line dancing, with music by Par- adise West Band. Sponsored by St. Matthew Men's Club. Everyone invited. Marian Day School Jan. 7, at Daughters of Isabella Hall, Mar- tin L. King Blvd. at Vine St., Evansville. Serving from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Adults $6, chil- dren $2.50 Free parking in lot across Vine St. Miller & Miller Colonial Chapel Supports the Knights of St. John MEMBERS Bernie Miller Gerald Miller Jon Miller Greg Betz Spiritual growth Weekly prayer vigil, at Pro- ject Rachel monument St. Funeral Homes Four Convenient Locations Joseph Every Friday who have tion. (812) '. .. .f , , THOMAS A. RUDER Timely Information For Tri-State Investors Since 1976 STOCKS RETIREMENT PLANS IRA'S TAX FREE BONDS MU3UAL FUNDS INSURED CD's * MONEY MARKET FUNDS 3000 E. Morgan Ave. AO OO TOLL FREE 1.800.62-RUDER "*"  Edward D. Jones & Co.  KREMPP LUMBER CO. BUILDING MATERIAL SUPPLIES & GENERAL CONTRACTING NOMECENTER CONSTRUCTION 482-1961 482-6838 Prostate for all men prostate 6:30 to.8 p.m. refreshmentS. HSPP, (812) 474-: Dep those suffering pression, meets 7 p.m. at Room 226, by the tion in Vander (812) 426-2640. 800 S. Ph: 482-1125 Christil Bey& C (812) (134-776 SER I