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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 St. John Church, Evansville, gives the "Msgr. Award', to parishioners for dedication and Year, the award was given to Fred Ashby and Wagner. Ip ing allocations: AIDS Resource Group, $200 Big Brothers/Big Sisters, a'$ $5oo St. Theresa Birthright, $500 had ex- Chemical Free Graduation totally over Parties at Mater Dei, Memor- Corn- ial, North, Central, Reitz, Bosse of Pat and Harrison high schools, all in Evansville, $100 each and Computer Lab at St. Jennifer Theresa School, $975 the follow- St Vincent de Paul Food Pantry, $500 Habitat, $500 * House of Bread and Peace, $5oo St. Vincent de Paul Societies at Holy Spirit, St. John, St. Anthony, St. Mary, St. Joseph churches, all in Evansville, $500 each Sisters of St. Benedict, Ferdinand, $975 Little Flower Fund, $1,900. The committee recommended that a special, discretionary fund be started in order to provide im- mediate help to parish members in crisis. The Parish Council unani- mously approved the recommen- dations of the Stewardship Com- mittee. Happy Birthday! Father Mark Kurzendoer- fer, administrator of Holy An- gels Church, New Harmony, celebrates his birthday Feb. 3. Father Joseph Kirsch, cur- rently on leave, celebrates his birthday Feb. 4. Anniversaries of ordination Msgr. Clinton Hirsch, a resi- dent of Villa Maria, Evansville, was ordained a priest Feb. 2, 1945. Father Raymond Reising, a resident of Villa Maria, Evans- ville,was ordained a priest Feb. 2, 1945. Anniversaries at Nativity Congratulations to couples at Nativity Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Bernard and Rosie Brockman, 40 years; Harry and Erma Holder, 54 years. January Interterm Each January, St. Meinrad School of Theology partici- pates in an Interterm sponsored by the Theological Education As- sociation of Mid-America. This year during Interterm, 11 St. Meinrad students are study- ing at Protestant seminaries for three weeks. At the same time, eight Protestant seminarians are studying these courses at St. Meinrad: "Toward a Christian Ecological Ethic," "Saviour on the Silver Screen," "Foundations of Catholic Spirituality," and "Guided Study in Canonical Criticism." The seminaries also exchange professors. Father John Buckel, assistant professor of scripture, is teaching at Lexing- ton Theological Seminary, and Benedictine Father Cyprian Davis, professor of church his- tory, is teaching at Louisville Presbyterian Seminary. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Jack and Genevieve Brinkman, 53 years; Paul and Margie Gard- ner, 48 years, Robert and Rosemary Hartmann, 41 years; Norm and Jackie Feaster, 47 years; Joe and Lo- raine LaRoy, 51 years. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. to be the on the song SA" by Lee Holy Family and me. of Chris. prayer take that away. Catholic t pray. "Ms n" kneel down doubt I less our "00e00Ith ,. -- .. W t oft vlatn :{7; ',l" With C " 0000.Oll. ,. hr,00t,an JLTr eligio:Ifferent view :?iil, "0, life -,,ten ts we ]O" !I. ", that faith.fille d We 8hoo the Way. i .'41ti "llt "ll I.,. " li , -t1 1, ":',th f.,fift h ~_ .Louise -:ii' th!lvci raae class ;itL " lie Seh Peers enti- ,:'%lic, ms are Spe- -;I ' o learning,  ,: :  i;i,;:ii':i; :  'i,?' ;:" .,; Mater Dei freshmen wrestlers won the Mater Dei Invitational by scoring 172 points to runner- up Jasper's 91 1/2. Individual champions were B.J. Hauko, Alex Zenthoefer, Mike Bishop, Mike- Schroeder, Mike Hoffman and Tom Jankowski. Raben, Michael Koch, Luke Angermeier, second place; Jen- nifer Harris, Andrea Roseo-.. field, Sally Ories, Roxio:,' //elmer, third, The number one team con- sisted of Jessica Eappe, Joni Schwartz, Lori Appler and Chad Rahen. The Letter P Studying the "Letter P" was a popular experience for the kindergarten at Good Shepherd School, Evansville. Above, the students wear their pajamas, eat popcorn and visit with a Panda. The education is cool, And the students are earning. We learn about God in all we do In math, science, and religion too. In sports we do our best And me try to beat the rest. Our education is number one And we have a lot of fun We work real hard And it shows on our report card. ?'he teachers, principal, and Father John are the best And they put us to the test, Our parents inspire us And say, "Catholic School is a must." As this poem conies to an end We want all to see, We need Holy Family to con- tinue the trend And be all in faith it can be. Nominee Christine Wanninger, a teacher at Christ the King School, Evansville, has been nominated for the Evansville Courier Teacher of the Year and the University of Evansville and Mead Johnson Nutritional Group Outstanding Educator Award. Mater Dei wrestlers Members of the Wrestling Team at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, won the In- diana's Best Tournament in In- dianapolis. They dealt number two ranked and previously unde- feated Bellmont a 27-23 loss. Wins were posted by Kevin Head, Brad Turner, David Scheu, Andy McDonald, Jeff McDurmon, Brandon Cox and ' Greg Schuble. Precious Blood's Caper Paper Members of the Caper Paper, the student newspaper at Pre- cious Blood School, Jasper, include Alison Schepers, Krista Rees, Nick Hoffman, Jesse Sermersheim, Amy Bodkins, Aaron Stenftenagle and Amber Knies all editors and Nathaniel Frick and An- drew Klem, photographers. Edward Schaaf is advisor and Doris Seng helps with cir- culation. Stock Market Winners of a Stock Market Game at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, in- cluded Kira Crowdus, Jill Spaetti, Jennifer Watson, Amanda Indenbrandt, first place; Nick Raben, Adam Fourth place John Pulcini and Dan Gua- genti, members of the debate team at ;Memorial High School, Evansville, placed fourth in policy debate, varsity level, at the Reitz High School Debate Tournament. Geography bee winner Jeff Hardin is the winner of, the geography bee at St. Matthew School, Mount Ver- non. Aaron Renschler is run- ner-up. Please send information  for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evans-  rifle, IN 47724. The deadline  for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. Funeral Homes FoJr Convenient Locations 1 WEST CHAPEL 3033 W. MARYLAND ST.