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12 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Eastern Europe collection set for Feb. 1 By CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON (CNS) -- The U.S. bishops' fourth an- nual collection to aid the church in the former Soviet Bloc is scheduled in many U.S. dioceses for Feb. 19-20, the weekend of the First Sunday of Lent in the Latin rite. The theme for the 1994 col- lection is "Let Them Not Be Si- lenced Again," comparing the suppression of religion under communist control to the diffi- culties of rebuilding the church in the post- communist era. Since it started in 1991, the collection has raised $17 mil- lion for more than 450 projects in the region. In the past three years many dioceses have held the collection on Ash Wednes- day or on a Sunday in Lent. An announcement by the bishops' Office to Aid the Catholic Church in Central and Eastern Europe provided details on some of the projects funded: -- In western Hungary, a kindergarten at a 5,000-mem- UE campus minister is certified by CCMA Providence Sister Jody isters in the name of the O'Neil, campus minister and director of the Newman Center at the University of Evansville, was recently certified by the Catholic Campus Ministry As- sociation, a national profes- sional organization for campus ministers. Sister O'Neil has served in her present position for five years. She previously worked in campus ministry for nine years in the Diocese of Rock- ford, Illinois. She has a bache- lor's degree in education from St. Mary-of-the-Woods College and a master's in religious studies from Mundelein Col- lege, Chicago. CCMA certifies campus min- United States Catholic Confer- ence. The association also pro- vides publications and educa- tional programs for campus ministers and promotes the mission of the Church in higher education. CCMA certi- fication measures a person's competency in personal, theo- logical and professional areas. Recent national studies have determined that approximately one of every three college stu- dents is Catholic. Catholic Campus ministry -- formally know as the Newman Aposto- late -- serves Catholic college students at over 1,200 private and Catholic colleges and uni- versities in the United States. ber parish is being aided, and parents of the children are re- ceiving religious education evenings and weekends. m In Ukraine, a Catholic seminary that once served as a summer camp for communist youth is being helped. In the Czech Republic, the collection is helping revive that nation's branch of Caritas, the international Catholic re- lief charity. Flyers distributed to parishes in advance of the col- lection tell of more projects re- ceiving help: "Radio Blagovest," a Catholic radio program, reaches 50 million people in Russia and other former U.S.S.R. republics. In Albania, a seminary has been reopened and priests are able to reach isolated com- munities in mountainous ter- rain with newly acquired 4- wheel-drive vehicles. In Slovakia, the collection supports pro-life activities in- cluding natural family plan- ning, teaching materials for youth on marriage and sexual- ity, and legal protection for the unborn. The collection was autho- rized in 1990 for three years, ill Jill Ann White Administrator Hwy. 57 So. Washington, IN 88!2-254-4516 rairie Village iving Center with the option to" more years. siGns were granted by t ops for 1993 and 1995 collection is be the last. SINCE 1888 Schu; Mon DALE INDI 93 FREE "My Ticket to Heaven" Is a packed with written by Fr. 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ALL REGLglRATIONS MUST BE SENT IN TOGETHER AND THE GROUP MUST BE AfXMPANIED BY AT LEAST ONE ADULT SUPERVISOR, THE YOUTH GROUP Musr BRING A BANNER TO BE CARRIED IN THE PROCFION PRIOR TO THE SATURDAY MASS. FOR INFORMATION OR A FLYER CALL: 812-933-0482 A SPECIAL TEAM FROM S.A.C BILL BEATTY is a former executive director of the Committee of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal. He has ences in the U.S., Canada and Korea. He is author of "Seven FR AL LAUER is the founder of "Presentation Ministries" author of "One Bread One Body" daily Scripture study and show "Daily Bread." He is also presently forming the ,, JOSY.P TERELYA, author of his autobiography, "Witness, years m Soviet prisons, labor camps and psychiatric fought for the right of all Ukrainian Catholics to FR JOSEPH MOORE, SSJV does extensive work in conducts parish missions and retreats. He has spoken at of Steubenville Conferences, FIRE Rallies and past S.A.C.: MICHAEL BROWN experienced a tremendous conversion life of a highly acclaimed journalist in New York. He "Witness" and is author of "The Final Hour" and "Prayer BABSIE BLEASDELL is an international spoke at "Pentecost in Pittsburgh", and in 1990 had the some 6,000 Bishops and Priests at the International 1-74 to the Batesville exit (#149), 1 WE ARE ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS ON A FIRST turn south on 229 to first traffic l COME9 FIRST SERVE BASI& SINCE OUR LAST THREE light. TumrightatlightonHigh- i CONFERENCES WERE COMPLETELY FILLED EARLY way 46. Go one mile west to WE STRONGLY SUGGEST EARLY REGISTRATION. Batesville High School on right, l -SEATING IS STRICTLY LIMITED- 1 DIRECTIONS- IP mm'm'mmm''mmm'ma'mmm'm''DETAcH AND RETURNBBBBBEBBBBBBBBBBIIBEEIII Please duplicate t for each person SUGGESTF. lclS  $ (PER PERSON)" I STIUET, AMOUNT ENCLOSF: MAIL CHECKS S.A P.O. 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