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15,1993 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 3 "Chuck" Wickman catechist and in all phases of according to Fa- Zgunda, pastor of St. lurch, Washington. ready and will- Serve when called man has served as a for three years for ial religious ,0n program in Wash- "-- a combined pro- youth from both St. and St. Simon Wickman currently With a class of 17 who are prepar- Confirmation. 48, and his wife, two children- Melissa pher, now grade. The family Mary Church. I. Chuck Wickman Washington catechist is model of faith, stc00adfastness Wickman is active as a Eu- charistic Minister and as a Lector. He has been a member of the St. Vincent de Paul Conference at St. Mary Church for about eight years. His service on tile St. Mary Parish Council included one year as parish council presi- dent. "Faith is caught, not taught," said Wickman. "For me, maturity has brought with it a great depen- dence on prayer and faith; so much so, that I can't imagine being able to cope with life's trials or being able to gen- uinely enjoy the peace and comfort of God's many gifts without a spiritual life that is not continually nurtured," he said. Openness about his faith is important for a catechist, he believes. "I feel that another's faith is often encouraged or reaf- firmed by our actions," he said. "In my opinion, it is im- portant to let another know that it is O.K. to express our though and feelings about prayer, faith and God. Too often we are hesitant to do so because of what others may think." Wickman has praise and prayers for his students. "I have a great respect for the young adults who come to confirmation sessions at 8:30 on Sunday morning. My hope is that as they journey toward the celebration of Confirmation, the peace and comfort of God's love will be manifested in their lives, too." Wickman is very person- able and non-threatening for his students, according to Michael Jones, executive di- rector of religious education. Jones said the youth have an easy time relating to him. "I really respect and admire Charles very much," said Jones. "He has a gentle strength that draws people to him. I am sure this quality .comes through in his cate- chetical sessions with the youth'." Jones noted that Wickman has given freely of himself to the service of others and the Church. He termed Wick- man's activity over the years as "a model of faith and steadfastness which is so badly needed among the youth today." L ?i != i  !,:%,, ! the King School, Evansville, have collected 2,835 telephone books as part recylcing efforts. Sixth graders in Regina Sandage s class brought in the most are Lisa Hays, Kristen Maurer, Mike Angermeier, Kristen Jones, Emily Belcher, Elizabeth Skelton, Ashley Vezzoso, Natalie Wathen, Annie Speis, Richard Goodwin and Andy Stevens. II l rla]v Jill Ann White' H. 57 so, won. IN 8t2-2f45t6 irle Village ing Center M L. Lee Ortuary I1 North Meridian Street IN 254-3612 CONDARY PRINCIPALSHIP OPENING GRA,..  MARIAN HIGH SCHOOL ,ut 9-12 MISI]AWAKA, INDIANA ENROLLMENT: 450 State of Indiana Accredited Candidates nmst be practicing Catholics, Salary E'g;lttf'rlea:l:'dfft'i:agSteocndYaLnenxSlrience" Please contact: Catholic Schools OMce P.O. Box 390 Fort Wayne, Indiana 46801 219) 422-461 i By February 28, 1993 tqual Oppnlunity [-mplo)er Illl I CHUCK WICKMAN Applications for grants for tuition assistance are available from CEF By PAUL R. LEINGANG Message editor The Catholic Education Foundation is now accepting grant-h:aid applications for stude0'ts attending or wishing to attend Mater Dei or Memo- rial high schools in Evansville. The grants provide tuition assistance to students who qualify financially, according to Rudy Montejano, executive director. The Catholic Education Foundation was incorporated in 1968 to solicit funds from concerned individuals, busi- nesses and foundations. The funds are distributed to pro- vide tuition assistance for fi- nancially qualified students, and also to support the work of the Marian Day School for handicapped and special children. Each applicant for a tuition grant must file a separate ap- plication, even if a family has more than one student apply- ing, said Montejano, in mate- rial prepared far distribution for the coming year. All questions must be an- swered or the application will not be considered, he said. Applications must be accompanied by W-2 forms or tax returns. All information in the application is held in confidence, Monteiano said. Message photo by Mary Ann Hughes KNOX COUNTY SEED COMPANY VINCENNES i iiiii I III II III I II IIIII TF, Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 Donald ] Traylor President I I I II III fill "Funeral Pre-Planning Since 1940" Miller & Miller " 424-9274 Phone: 486-3285 IHl I II I I IIII IIIII[ Applications must be taken to the pastor of the church where the applicant is now attending. The pastor will re- view the applications and re- turn it to CEF. Applications must"be fuily  completed and returned to the CEF office by or before March 1. Applications are coded by number, and the name of the applicant is not known to the reviewing committee. This anonymity "protects the ap- plicant from committee bias and protects the committee from undue influence," Mon- tejano said. Factors used in determin- ing the grants include the amount of discretionary in- come, unusual circum- stances, and the recommen- dation of the feeder school principal and the parish pas- tor. The amount of a grant is based on the financial needs of each applicant, relative to all other applications. The amount of the grant is deter- mined solely by the review- ing committee appointed by the CEF Board of Directors, subject to funds available. Since 1968, more than $1 million has been awarded by CEF to more than 4,000 students. Applications .for grants are available at the high school offices, from the principals of Catholic elementao, schools and from parish pastors. In- formation is also available from Montejano at (8121 424- 5536, extension 28, iii [1! i i i[11 ii i iii HAUBSTADT ELECTRIC TONY NA"" *0 P,O. BOx