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10, 1992 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 /(::i: i14 /?:i: !/i (i ::,,:!i::(/: /iiii:ii!ii;i at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, wrap gifts as part of the "Keeping to the Children" program. The students are Allison Guide, Sister Karen 'Keeping the promise' in Ferdinand Students at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, are partic- ipating in a "Keeping Promises to the Children" program. The program, which was begun at the World Summit for Children in 1990, encourages the students to make donations dur- ing the Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter seasons. Sister Karen Sue Durliat OSBis coordinating the academy program. A(:ademy students do- naled gifts to 17 families in the Duhois, Perry, Martin and Spencer County areas this Christ- mas. Students also adopted tin- horn habies by donating gifts which ranged from rattles, bahy hods, toys, clothes and diapers. Thank you! The "Sights and Sounds ot' Christmas" House Tour raised $6,100, according to Glenda Os- schools. "We had an attendance of 617," she said. "I want to publicly thank the Mater Dei and Memorial com- munities for their time and sup- port for all projects conducted during 1991 by the Evansville Catholic High School Develop- ment Office. "Among these were Gala 91' Bill Cosby, Vienna Choir Boys, Beacon Project, Cystic Fibrosis Booth al the Museum, Big Bingo, Open House at Mater Dei and Memorial, and the Christmas Jr]oust} Tour." Christmas contributions at Holy Rosary Tea(:hers at Holy Rosary School, Evansville, asked par- cuts not to give them any Christ- mas gifts this year. Instead, the parents were asked to make con- tributions to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital or to Kosair Children's Foundation. Nine-hundred-seventy dollars It OSB, coordinator, Debbie Heymann, Amanda Weppler and Mary Espy. senberg, development director was given in donations. ,,, ,, , , ,,, ,, ,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,, ,,, ,, , for the Evansville Catholic high See SCHOOL Page 9 and to donate them to the dioce- that's $10,000 worth of pennies! worthy cause.' Florence Kordes and Elaine -'|Ju san-wide fund started by "This money will be used to Brames served on the Parish Di- Iarishioners aVing..o pennies h,,j:hioners at St loseph sk , ,' Vansville haw heen 0,, tO 8  , ' " . ave their extra pel]nl(3S Catholi(" school students. A note in the parish bulletin questioned, "What can a l)enny buy these days? Actually an awful lot. Students in Catholi(: schools throughout our diocese have been active in a campaign to colh;ct one million pennies -- Names, addresses, phone num- bers, places, dates, offices, direc- ors, Parishes, schools, institutions, vital statistics, financial statistics, #.riests' assignments  they are all In the 1992 Yearbook of the Catholic Oiocese of Evansville. You may purchase your copy at the Catholic Center for $7.50. For mail Orders, include $1.50 for IJostage and handling. fired continuing education pro- grams for teachers in our Catholic schools. So far, over six- hundred-thousand pennies have been collected! "If you have some extra pen- nies jr,st sitting around nol doing anything, why not hring them and contribute toward this Happy Birthday! Father Kenneth Herr of Good Shepherd Church, Evansville, celebrates his birthday Jan. 13. rectory Committee at St. An- thony Church, St. Anthony. Diane Wendholt served as pho- tographer. Mater Dei graduate named Dean Roger Lehr, a 1953 graduate of Mater Dei High School, Evansville, has been named De, an of lnlernatitmal Student AJ'- fairs at Indiana State University in Te, rre taute. Anniversaries at Sacred Heart Congratulations to couples at Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes, celebrating wedding anniversaries: loseph and Mar- ion Finch, 42 years; Maurice and Elizabeth Jackson, 50 years; Ray- mond and Edith Wissel, 45 years; Ed and Agnes Ottens- meyer, 48 years, and Claude and Mary Chappell, 42 years. Officers at St. Joseph Ne, wly-elected officers of the Men's Chd) at St. Joseph Church, Evansville, are Paul Baehl, presi- (h:nt; Steve Fonner, vice-presi- dent; Steve Lane, secretary, and Tom Mitchell, treasurer. Ne.w officers of the parish Altar Society are Dean Schaefer, president; Dorothy Martin, vice- president; Sarah Hinton, secre- tary, and Margaret Appler, trea- surer. Anniversaries at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Agnes and Glennis Mc- Clure, 50 years; Martin and Gladys Roth, 54 years. St. Simon's parish council Rebecca Dayton and Barbara Mitchell are the newly-elected at-large members of the parish council at St. Simon Church, Washington. Parish directory at St. Anthony Jubilarians at St. Joseph Congratulations to James and Delores Niemeier, members of St. Joseph Church, Vanderburgh County, who celebrated their golden wedding anniversary an- uary 7 .... Rite Hasenour, Kathy Klein, Irene Persohn, Fronie Diiger, "Funeral Pre-Planning Since 1940" Miller & Miller 424-9274 Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724.