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!: The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Bulletin Board Bulletin Board guidelines, in brief: Submit items in writing, a week before the desired publica- tion date (always on Friday). Gen- erally, items for specific events are published twice before the event or registration deadline. Final selec- tion and frequency is subject to editorial judgment. Mail or Fax items to Sister Mary Etta Kiefer, The Bulletin Board, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724-0169. General Interest Prayer to end abortion, Sat- urday, Jan. 25, 3 to 4 p.m. at St. Mary Church, Ireland. Benedic- tion and exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, 15 decades of the rosary and benediction. For more information, contact Gary and Becky Hamel, 482-3263. Winter Carnival, sponsored by St. John School PTSA, Satur- day, Jan. 25, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at St. John Center, 725 Frame Road, Newburgh. Cash raffle, crafts, games, food, prizes. Free admis- sion. St. Meinrad Come and See weekend, Jan. 25 to 27, for prospective students and their parents to learn more about St. Meinrad's Catholic, liberal arts programs for men. Prospective students will have opportunities for community service and will meet students, faculty and staff. Call Brian Lohr, Office of Enroll- ment, (800) 634-6723. Line Dancing lessons, Jan. 26, Feb. 2, 9 and 16, 6:30 to 8:30 ": pm:,'iK'St'James new gymnasi- um, Haubstadt. Cost is $3 per per- son. All proceeds benefit the St. James building fund. Performances by youth out- reach group RADIX, Wednes- day, Jan. 29 (teen night, "Dating and Relationships") and Thurs- day, Jan. 30 (family night, "The Crucifixion Meditation"), 7:30 p.m. at Jasper Civic Auditorium. Sponsored by Dubois County Right to Life and Teens for Life. RADIX, from Lincoln, Neb., is made up of college students and young adults committed to Christ. St. Matthew PTA's 50th Anniversary Celebration, Fri- day, Jan. 31, at 401 Mulberry St., Mount Vernon. Welcome time is at 6 p.m., followed by a meal and program at 6:30 p:m. For reserva- tions, call Jania Paciorkowski, 682-5211, or Katie Hoehr/, 783- 2439, by Jan. 15. Adults only, please. Two classical plays present- ed by National Players of Catholic University, Washington, D.C., at St. Meinrad School of Theology's St. Bede Theater. On Jan. 31, the play will be The Importance of Being Earnest, and Feb. 1, A Midsummer Night's Dream. Both performances begin at 8 p.m. EST. Presentations are free to the public with parking in student lot or Guest House lot. Call Barbara Crawford, (812) 357- 6501. Martin Luther King cele- bration, Sunday, Feb. 9, 7 p.m. at St. Mary Church, 609 Cherry St., Evansville, sponsored by Down- town Ministers' Association. Event will feature downtown church choirs and speaker Rev. Derrick Wakefield. IU Singing Hoosiers concert Feb. 9, 2:30 p.m., St. Bede The- ater, St. Meinrad Archabbey, per- forming American popular songs, Christmas Pageant All of the religious education students at St. Joseph Church, Jasper, participated in the first annual Advent Christmas Pageant. Above, Father Patrick Foster, pastor, joins the students. 50 students from IU School of Music. Concert is free and open to the public. Parking in student parking lot or at the Guest House lot. Barbara Crawford, (812) 357- 6501. Interpreted church services for the deaf, first Saturdays at St. John the Evangelist Church, 5301 Daylight Dr., Evansville, 3 to 8 p.m. fun and fellowship, with Mass at 4 p.m.; services at Nativ- ity Church, 3635 Pollack Ave., Evansville: third Saturdays at 5 p.m.; second, fourth and fifth Sun- days at 11 a.m. Classes/Workshops Natural Family Planning is an individualized program that teaches the ovulation method of family planning. A 90-minute introductory session is held once each month. All informational materials are covered by the $30 fee. The complete program ' includes eight-10 private, 75- minute sessions scheduled over a period of six months. The fee per individual session is $15. Call St. Mary's Health Matters Fitness Center, 485-4110 or 485-4309. Passageways Grief and bereavement workshop Feb. 1, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., VNA Confer- ence Center, 610 Walnut St., Evansville. Event is designed for women, men, children and par- ents to help in recovery from death of a loved one, recent or past. Sponsored by Ziemer Funer- al Homes and Visiting Nurse Association of Evansville. Fee of $5 will help pay cost of materials and lunch. Families, $10. Call Shari Cassler, (812) 463-4575, Mon. through Fri., 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or call her at (800) 326-4862. Spring weekend course, The Practice of Preaching, St. Meinrad School of Theology, Feb. 1-2, March 1-2, and April 5-6. Rev. Richard Stern, Associate Profes- sor of Homiletics at St. Meinrad will teach the three-credit-hour course. Reading assignments will include theory and methods, and exercises will include preaching homilies. Cost per person is $585 ($390 to audit). Open to graduate jazz, and choreographed produc- students only. Call Sister Barbara tion numbers. Most tours include C, Schmitz, (812) 357-6599 ..... Ministry to the Bereaved: Understanding Grief, workshop Feb. 5, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., St. Mein- rad School of Theology. Presenter- psychologist Raphael Smith, will examine the impact of loss on the family system, and the effects of unresolved mourning. Workshop focuses o n enhancing ministry to the bereaved. Advance registra- tion $75 per person, including lunch; at door, $85. Call Barbara C. Schmitz, OSB, (812) 357-6599. I will give you a new heart w a workshop exploring the symbol of the heart in relationship with God and others, will be held Feb. 15, 10:30 to 4 p.m. at Catherine Spalding Center, Nazareth, Ky. $18 includes noon meal. Scrip- ture, poetry and song will help examine how God calls us to a change of heart. Gift certificates available. Massage offered. For reservations/information call (502) 348-1516. Learning Explosion II sum- mer program at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, July 6 to 18, 1997. Program for girls entering grades 7 to 10. Students housed in comfortable dormitory for chal- lenging activities and field trips: Ruxer Horse Farm, Jasper; the fire station, Ferdinand; the Amish community, Montgomery, and Holiday World in Santa Claus. Students choose two classes from a field of nine, including: Say Cheese  photography in black- and-white; The Write Stuff." learn- ing to write, produce, direct and perform in your own play; Wired: math, science and technology for real people, and Being Craft: cre- ative crafts. For information or a visit, call (812) 367-1411, ext. 2801. Dinners/Dinner.dances St. Clement fried chicken dinner, Saturday, Jan. 25, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at St. Clement Church Social Hall in Boonville, to benefit the church building fund. Cost is $6 adults; $3.50 children 6 to 12; children 5 years and under free. After dinner, why not attend the Gibau|t Dance at the War- rick 4-H Center? Sponsored by the S t. Clement Knights of Columbus, all proceeds will go to the Gibault School for Boys. Doors open at 7 p.m. Music provided by the Tem- pleaires. Cash bar will be avail- able. Tickets are $5/person, $10/couple and can be purchased at the door or from any Knights of Columbus member. Must be 21 years old to enter. St. Wendel Knights of St. John open house, dinner- dance Saturday, Jan. 25. Sausage or ham dinners with trimmings, 6 to 7:30 p.m. Dance, with music by The Country Strings, 8 to 11 p.m. Admission is $15 per couple for dinner and dance. Carry-uts available. For more information or to R.S.V.P., call 963-3005 or 963-5237. ville parishes. Band in t ry red and check to P.O. Box include color choice. Annual Boosters monthly through ets offered Eight $500, ing  a total All equipment Tickets bers, 985-3076. : Health Exercise and Joseph Ev Cost is $42 or week session. aerobics and impact 422-6779 or mation. 00iritual Weekly ject t Cemetery, day at 1 P','i been touchea ' 423-1445. :::: Supl St. Ben's chicken and roast beef dinner, Sunday, Jan. 26 at St. Benedict school cafeteria, 530 S. Harlan Ave., Evansville. New serving times are 10:30 a.m.  1 will p.m. Many side dishes, with sal- Mulberry ads and desserts. Carry-outs peer available, couples infertility Con support and 18, 11 tist Hospit S.E. Sixth provides for i heart ITlon ( Sweetheart dinner-dance, Feb. 1, 6 p.m. to midnight, St. Joseph cafeteria, 6202 W. St. Joseph Rd., Vanderburgh County. Cost of $15 per person includes dinner, beer, soft drinks. Cash bar. For tickets, call Becky Dosher, school office, (812) 963-3335, Cindy Meyer, 963-6873, or Angle port Schwartz, 963-9210. month ter, Holy Cross chicken dinner, Feb. 2, after 10 a.m. Mass until 1 elation. p.m., at the school cafeteria, 202 S. Church St., Fort Branch. -r,,| Served family style. Adults $6, Ill children $3, carry-outs, $6. Fund Raisers Holy Rosary's fifth annual Gala tickets now on sale, with sales limited to 300 tickets. Gala will be Feb. 14, 6 to 11 p.m., at St. Mary's Seton Manor Hall. $125 Retreat per couple includes gourmet din- diet net, dancing, drinks, auction items, and a chance to win $10,000 cash (you need not be pre- sent to win). Mike Skvara (812) 477-9659, Bill Anthony 476-8335, Diane Bies 473-3546, John Dane- si 858-5276, Bill Forche 476-8150, Steve Theising 479-6127, or Mark Woodruff 925-9999. diet SurviVOrS Monday United S.E. (812) 421 ater to see March 16. TenBarge, Youth grade istratio snacks, a worksh al to be paro