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7, 1994 Synod _ Continued from page 10 rsary of education in three educators, e elementary, middle levels, received of the Year Gerald A. Get- the awards of the Year at the Catholic Center The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana are Bene- Mary Francis a COmputer studies tt Mater Dei High Rita Far- school teacher at School, Evans- ne Schwenk, teacher at Cor- Evansville. even teachers were Candidates for the award which the Message of Catholic Edu- teachers were of ser- :n the diocese at ixty-six se- c high Diocese of their high 1993. included John n Catholic Jill Rivet Julia High and Matt School, ball team at Evans- baseball Lapolis, raorial girls its sec- nship in the 1992- The academy and monastery library at Ferdinand has been moved out of St. Benedict Hall in preparation for the renovation project at the Monastery Immaculate Conception. The new library is now in Madonna Hall. Above, Benedictine Sister Kathryn Huber, cen- ter, Benedictine Sister Maria Taste, lft, and Benedictine Sister Mary Cheryl Uebelhor lead the prayer during the blessing service. Ron Pittman, principal at Precious Blood School, Jasper. Richard Mathena, princi- pal at Marian Heights Acad- emy, Ferdinand. Benedictine Sister Marilyn Schroering, principal at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County. Joan Kavanaugh, principal at Holy Family School, Jasper. * Ann Moore, principal at Holy Redeemer School. Evans- ville. In September, there were 5,236 students enrolled in ele- mentary Catholic schools in the diocese; 1,724 students were enrolled in secondary schools. Carol at Rivet Ele- oth in Vin- Catechumens, candidates Over 200 Catechumen, can- didates and sponsors, along with catechists and RCIA team members, participated in a re- treat Jan. 17 at the Catholic Center, Evansville. On Feb. 28, 115 catechumens and 162 can- HoLy "AND 00oMe 11 DAY PILGRIMAGE I APRIL 20 -- 30, 1994 $1,699 7 days -- Israel $599 4 days -- Rome $264 Evv- NY- Evv irst Class e00kfast & Hotels Dinner Ground transp. OO.oo deposit c00a0ao OURs & Look Beyond Ministries Bob & Carol Ann Faucett didates participated in the Rite of Election ceremonies at St. Simon Church, Washington, and Holy Redeemer Church, Evansville. They declared their desire to be initiated into the church and had their names inscribed into the Book of the Elect. They were welcomed fully into the Church during ceremonies on Holy Saturday. Brute Society Sixty-two couples and indi- viduals were inducted into the Brute Society during the fourth annual award ceremony Nov. 21 at St. John the Baptist Church, Newburgh. Bishop Gettelfinger presented Simon Brute medals. Youth ministry Seven teenagers were named to the 1993 All Star Youth team during Youth Day XXVIII Feb. 14 at Holy Family Church, Jasper. They are Phillip Clauss of Washington; Andrew Hagedorn of Ferdi- nand; Walter James of Gen- tryville; Shannon Kost of El- ity .. 3635 Pollack Ave. 476-7186 berfeld; Rachel Ritzert of Mount Vernon; Margie Ruppel of Stendal, 'and Robert "Gra- ham" Smith of eden. Sharon Vogler, a member of Holy Name Church, Bloom- field, received the Outstanding Service to the Diocese Award. Over 400 students and youth ministers attended Youth Day XXVIII. Jubilee celebration Over 700 people attended the eleventh annual diocesan jubilee celebration at Holy Re- deemer Church in Evansville, which honored couples married 50 years or more. Bishop Gettelfinger and re- tired Bishop Francis R. Shea con-celebrated the Mass. There are 943 couples in the diocese celebrating 50 or more years of marriage. Red Mass Rabbi Arthur Abrams from Temple Adath B'nai Israel was the guest speaker at the third annual Red Mass, held April 29 at St. Mary Church, Evans- ville. Bishop Gettelfinger was the main celebrant of the Mass, which was sponsored by mem- bers of the St. Thomas More Society of Southwestern Indi- ana. Transitions DEATHS Former Deacon Donald Lahay died April 14. He had See SYNOD page 12 YOUR FAMILY ii PHARMA C Y m ii i i [i i Medical Arts Pharmacy 3700 Bellemeade Avenue Phone 477-1532 Donald Gutzweiler City-Wide Delivery I' Duncan's Riverside Pharmacy Prescription Service Drugs - Sundries - Cosmetics Magazines - "We Deliver" Comer Riverside and Governor Evansville 422-9981 Stratman's Pharmacy City-Wide Delivery 413 Locust Street John and Judy Stratman 425-5293 I I I iii PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2107 W. Franklin St. 4254364 iiiii ] I Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 653-7141 III I Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists Hwy. 62 and N. Welnbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop. 425-4422 iii I I I 11 erment accusat priests were aiding guerril- las in a rebellion against the government. More than 60 people, including 35 soldiers and police officers, were killeci when the guerrillas, mostly Mexican Indians, raided and occupied four major towns on New Year's Day. Haiti 'worsening' Living conditions for Haiti's poverty-stricken pop- ulation are worsening as the Caribbean country's political impasse drags on, said the nation's bishops. The rues* sage deplored the ongoing vi- [ olence in the military-ruled i country, but took no stand | on whether oustedpisident | Father Jean-Bertrand Aria-I tide should return. Haiti, among the world's poorest nations, has a yearly per capita income of $440. Blame IRA 'delay'. Church and political lead- ers have expressed, disap pointment over wha they Call the Irish. Republican Army's delay in ending its armed campaignas etYo for peace in Northern Ire- land are being made. 00Ul: 59, The foundation was es: I tablished by his grandfather, I Johp J. Raskob, who is per-i haps best remembered as builder of the Empire State Building in New York. i ] Abbot selected i i BenediCtine Father Leol