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The Message --for Catholics of Southwestern ]Indiana 's Forum ........ O By BISHOP GERALD A. GETTELFINGER tholic Schools. That is the theme of celebration of Catholic Schools' Week d States. Parishes and schools have : attention to the values of Catholic own diocese. Indeed we have brate in the continuation of the her- )lic schools serving our community beginning of our diocese and even back when we were the Diocese of Vin- Catholic Schools" theme is in- encourage parents to select a Catholic their children as they carry out their re- y to educate their children, but teach them the Catholic faith. wonder how Catholic schools will be ur preparations for the synod. How Concerns about them get into the works? two ways, one from the point of view the second from the obligation of the to assist parents in passing on the children. Catholic Parents have the primary right and duty to edu- dren. Parents must then choose the in which this will be done. They look to Our challenge: To teach what Jesus taught us the state and church communities to assist them in this heavy responsibility. Catholic parents have the right and duty to edu- cate their children in the faith. How they choose to accomplish rests with them. They have the right to look to the Church community to assist them. Catholic parents then, through the synod plan- ning at the parish level need to address these con- cerns with the question: "How will our parish community help us to pass on the Catholic faith to our children?" Catholic Community The Church, the Catholic community, has an obligation to assist parents in teaching their chil- dren the Catholic faith. In our planning for the synod, we, the larger church, must first address some broad questions: "How will the Diocese of Evansville make provisions to assist parents to teach their children the Catholic faith? What needs to be done at the level of the dio- cese to accomplish that? What needs to be dane at the regional (dean- ery or inter-parish) level? What needs to be done at each parish level?" I have repeatedly stated, and there is an abun- dance of evidence, that the Catholic School is the best way for the Catholic Community to pro- vide assistance to parents in meeting their re- sponsibility to teach their children. "How will the Diocese of Evansville assure parents that, indeed, 'their Catholic School' will measure up to its responsibility to parents?" Where Catholic schools are not possible or when parents do not choose to use them we must ask: "How will the Diocese of Evansville assist parish communities provide out-of-school cate- chetical programs to meet parish obligations to assist parents in passing on the faith to their children?" "How will the parishes assure parents that there are appropriate programs of religious edu- cation available to them in 'their parish' and that such programs indeed assist them in meet- ing their responsibility to pass on the faith to their children?" These are very large concerns for all of us to consider as we make plans as parents and church communities to meet the mutual respon- sibility to teach what Jesus has taught us! :.Is Cod callin our ow thehec.k g y . H ia tl,. do you know? What it' . World Would he want  ou:anYWay? o,j" .se three, questlo' ns lead You lWrkshop planned for la,,. , uay XXVIII at Holy 8'( t y Church, Jasper, on sn. y' Feb. 14. The featured q er is Steve Angrisano, s WOrkshop is entitled Catholic musician will be featured speaker at Youth Day "Metanoia!... Have a change of Heart." The workshop is one of the most popular offered by An- grisano, according to Rick Eti- enne, diocesan director of youth ministry. It centers on responding to God's call at an active, meaningful, teenage level. Angrisano, from Piano, E BEST Sales & Service TV & 2-Way FM 1916 W. FRANKLIN STREET PHONE (812) 423-7849 4848'GOVERNORATCANA L _ Carpet Cleaning Herman Goebel Motor Co. 00ERVICE MASTER NEw oR usE. c*.s Where the best deal= are made For Free Estimates Trade uP or down l1428"0900 Bank Financing 423-7759 2001 W. Delewsre ,,, :re neville Wet Heat M & S :& Piping Co. Inc. Fire & Safety Equip. Co. Inc. Over 25 years sales end 800 E. Owgon service in the Tri-mte 670 E. Franklin 424-3863 Texas, is a Catholic musician and youth speaker. After seven years in professional music, he recorded a Chris- tian album, Never Give Up. He spent a year touring with that album, performing with Tony Melendez, Dana, Billy Sprague, Yohann Anderson and Father Don Kimball at youth rallies and conventions across the United States. An article in the Texas Catholic newspaper de- scribed Angrisano as having a "wait-till-you-hear-this" exu- berance and warmth, as he "tells another story of the God of history who makes his presence known in small, quiet ways." I=1 = I "A family name you can trust" Angrisano is quoted in the article: being a youth minister "does not mean running a calendar of events, but being a caring presence. "My Job is to let them know I care." Angrisano will have a spe- cial music presentation for the youth at Youth Day XXVIII in the afternoon and then offer a special youth ministry session for the adults in the evening after dinner. Youth Day is for high school age youth, and one adult should accompany every ten young persons, Eti- enne said. Registration begins at 1 p.m. EST. Angrisano will i i ii I iiii lilllll ii Miller & Miller 424-9274 iii ii | I M,ai00 Pharmacy I i i ] I I I iii I I I Iml PAUL'S PICY Paul Mayer, Owner 2107 W. Franklin St. 425-4364 II I Plaza PhanTiacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 I Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription SperJal/sts Hwy. 62 and N. Wetnbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop, 425-4422 i 3700 Bellemeade Avenue Phone 477-1532 Donald Gutzweiler City-Wide Delivenj I I Duncan's Riverside Pharmacy predon Servci On.s - Sundries - Coame:a Magazines - "We Deliver" Corner Rlveide and Governor Evansville 422.9981 I I II II Stratman's Pharmacy City-Wide Delivery 413 Locust Street John and Judy $tratman 425-5293 i make his presentation at 2:15. Following a break at 3:30, Eu- charistic Liturgy is scheduled at 4 p.m. Diocesan Youth Recogni- tion follows the Mass, then dinner and a dance. An- grisano will offer a presenta- tion for adults after the dinner. The event will close at 9:30 p.m. Youth are encouraged to wear T-shirts from other Catholic youth events, such as TEC, National Youth Con- ferences, the Louisville Youth Congress, or other events. Because the activities will be held on a gym floor, only soft-soled shoes will be al- lowed. No one with black- soled shoes will be allowed on the gym floor. The fee for the day is $5 per person /