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January 8, 1988 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana .Around the Diocese 7 t Rededication Bishop Francis R. Shea celebrated Mass during a Rededication Ceremony at Nativity Church, Evansville, on Sunday, December 27. The ceremony was the culmination of a $36,000 church beautification project by the parish. Con-celebrating the Mass with the bishop were Msgr. Kenneth Knapp, Father Joseph Ziliak, former pastor, Father William Dietsch, pastor, and Father Donald Walpole. Father Walpole painted the angels in the sanc- tuary. Above, Nativity choir members, led by Judy Mills, sing during the Mass. Kevin Briley and Evelyn Shaw accompany the choir. -- Message Photo by Mary Ann Hughes New faces Newest members of the staff at St. Mary's Medical Center, Evansville, include -- James Brookhart, vice- president of Human Resources. -- Maura Robinson, new ad- mission coordinator for Regina and St. Mary's Continuing Care. -- Jay Farhat, new director of food service. -- Tina Westfall, new head nurse of medical psychiatric. 150th anniversary Cyril and Wilma Ubelhor are part of the 150th anniversary research committee at St. Joseph Church, Vanderbulh County. Parish council New members of the parish council t St. Joseph Church, Evansville, are Leo GiUes, Bill Meinert, Mary Greulich, Tom Kunkel, Magdalen Hildenbrand, Viuda Kurzendoerfor, Harry Tenbarge, Janice Wedding and Carl Hansert. Happy birthday Father Clarence Lindauer at St. John's Home for the Aged, Evansville, celebrates his birth- day Jan. 12. Father Kenneth Herr of Good Shepherd Church, Evansville, celebrates his birthday Jan. 13. New officers Patricia Steinkamp has been installed as president of the St. Agnes Women's Club. June Kolb is vice-president. Grace Hart is secretary and Edna Steinkamp is treasurer. Presenting gifts Students at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, present their gifts for the Jesse Tree during a pre- Christmas Mass. The gifts were taken to the Family Neighborhood Health Center in Santa Claus and distributed to low-income families. HR spirit A parishioner at Holy Redeemer Church, Evansville, Mary Mulholland asked Steve Waller, Holy Redeemer School principal, if she could have any out-dated textbooks. "She explained that her daughter, Margie, was a member of the U.S. Peace Corps working in the Philippines at a small fishing village named Miagao on Panay Island," said Waller. "It seemed the six elementary schools around the community needed textbooks very badly. They have so few and those that they have are very old." The school donated hundreds of old math, reading and science books, Waller said, adding, "they have been shipped to the Philippines." "We were all most glad to be able to help Margie Mulholland in her project to upgrade the schools in Miagao. We hope our old texts will add just a little bit of the great Holy Redeemer spirit to the Philippines." Essay contest Chip Lannert and Shawn Hunt are the two winners Of the Serra Club essay con'test from Holy Redeemer School, Evansville. MD speech team Mater Dei senior Tina Wenzel was the first MD student to make the semi-finals at a nationwide speech tournament in Cincinnati, Ohio. She placed ninth in the oratorical interpretation. Corpus Christi Karen Goebel and Terry Boots prepared a public relations brochure for Corpus Christi School, Evansville. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47711. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m the Friday before publication date. Bishops' resignations accepted WASHINGTON (NC) -- Pope John Paul II has accepted the resignations of Auxiliary Bishops Bernard J. McLaughlin of Buffalo, N.Y., and Charles G. Maloney of Louisville, Ky. Bishop Maloney, 75, was in- stalled as auxiliary for the Diocese of Louisville Feb. 2, 1955. He attended St. Joseph Col- lege in Rensselaer, Ind., North American College in Rome, where he was ordained in 1937. After several parish assignments, he served as secretary to the archbishop in Louisville, assistant chancellor, chancellor and vicar general. Bishop Maloney was born Sept. 9, 1912, in Louisville. Bishop McLaughlin was in- stalled as auxiliary of the . Dio cese .f,Buffal Jan. 6,.1969.