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i  !  ,!  , of Life Mass advocates are encouraged to 'stay on course' .... i 'iliiii:i ' '' ii  l students Sara Schenk and Emily Elpers lead a pro-life rosary before Life Mass, held Jan. 18 at St. Joseph Church, Evans;eille. -- Message photo by Mary Ann Hughes HUGHES By MARY ANN HUGHES Message staff writer Just as Jesus changed water into wine at Cana, pro-life advo- cates must change themselves, according to Father Brian Holtz. Father Holtz delivered the homily at the Jan. 18 Sanctity of Life Mass, held at St. Joseph Church, Evansville. He believes pro-life advocates must begin their fight against abortion by first "changing ourselves, by allowing ourselves to be the example." The Mass was concelebrated by Father Holtz, associate pastor at Holy Rosary Church, Evansville; Father Wilfred Englert, pas- tor at St. Joseph; Father Robert Deig, pastor at St. John Church, Daylight; Father Michael Madden, pastor at Holy Spirit Church, Evansville, and Msgr. Leo Conti. A pro-life rosary, led by Mater Dei High School students Emily Elpers and Sara Schenk, preceded the Mass. Music for the Mass was provided by vocalists from Memori- al High School, with Elizabeth Elliott at the piano and Juliette Hawa playing the violin. During the Mass, Father Holtz encouraged those in attendance to "stay on course, to keep your eyes fixed on your destination. We must remember to always stay on the path and allow the Spirit to live within us. "We must allow our God to open us up and let us see His greatness." n ISTEP scores are reason to celebrate centage of students above the gestions for using the informa- pate in this workshop because "We encourage our teachers state standards is a tribute to tion found in the Indiana Cur- we believe that teachers at each at all grade levels to share with our administrators, teachers, riculum Proficiency Guide. grade level, not just those in the one another on a regular basis are in for and the students. All of us have "The teachers presenting grades tested, are critical to the the skills, learning activities, taken the testing process very were teachers who have had success of the students." and the challenges that they face them seriously and these scores are success in working with stu- Bussing believes that "attain- as the school year progresses." evidence of that." dents on the many skills need- ing success on these kinds of For those students who did Bussing, Last August, the Catholic ed for these kinds of assess- tests also requires a sound foun- not score above the standard, Schools Office offend diocesan ments. We encouraged teachers dation in the grades preceding Bussing said, "we will do all graders, the teachers an inservice with sug- from all grade levels to partici- the grade level being tested. See ISTEPpage 15 pass the Pope names 22 cardinals; two are secret, two from U.S. Very well. stu- By CINDY WOODEN during his midday Angelus would be eligible to vote in a ly named him a cardinal in 1979. Catholic News Sorvico address included two surprises: conclave to elect a new pope. Once the Chinese prelate left his u He said he was waiving Cardinals named secretly are homeland and was living in stu- VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope the limit on the number of car- not eligible to enter a conclave, exile in the United States, the et the state John Paul ff named 22 new cardi- dinalsunderageg0. Popes have named cardinals pope armounced his nomination a nath, nalsJan. 18, including Archbish- -- He named two cardinals "in pectore,"literally meaning"in and formally inducted him in a state- .ops Francis E. George of Chica- "in pectore," keeping their iden- the heart," when, for political or the College of Cardinals in 1991. percent in go, Aloysius M. Ambrozic of titles secret, other reasons, a public announce- Pope John Paul said the 20 percent in Toronto and J. Francis Stafford, Nineteen of the 20 cardinals- ment could make it difficult for prelates whose names he the U.S. president of the Pontif- designate are under the age of the person or his ministry, announced would be formally ical Council for the Laity. 80; after their formal installation The last cardinal named "in made members of the College of high per- The pope's announcement in the College of Cardinals, they pectore" was Chinese Cardinal Cardinals during a Feb. 21 con- Ignatius Kung Pin-Mei of sistory at the Vatican. Shanghai. Pope John Paul secret- See CARD/NALS page 3 i i now tions (and answers) by Father John Dietzen. To the Catholics of the Diocese of EvansvlUe: This edition is at the Message. 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