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i ) : : Evansville celebrated Catholic Schools Week Feb, 1-5 with all-school some of the heritage of St, Joseph to our current students Masses, school plays, Open Housesand Parents Night Out E "'c " .... ...... " no.l OU., Father Gregory Chamberhn, O.S,B., pastor at St, Benedmt Church. Clie  x ....... Evansville, said "Catholic Schools Week celebrates the ssion to "hes first had iaccounts cate not just the mind but the heart and oul of our students,'i Memorial High School's Thespian Troupe presented "Johnny Moon- made to Princeton for nearly 100 years .... beam and the Silver Arrow" to over 1,800 Catholic school students in The highlight of the week at Holy Spirit School, EVansville the Evansville area, .... .... o  "isse "w ........ .. -- ' ............ evening Mass for the entire school and parish family, said rtgs ana 1,, s as a nlgntlgnt o! LatnollC ,'cflOOlS WeeK at hi, i .  . ,-, ,,  . . . ,... "   .... t , Marie Kneoet, o.S,t., prlnmpat, we cemoratea o G 3v Ma thow School. Mount Vernon, according to Tammy Bergstrom. first ....  , : ,, grade teacheri "Throughout the week; students brought m pennies and : m me Laturgyi placed them in cans for the teacher or staff person who the), Students at PreCious Blood School in Jasper pret  , it, to see kiss a pig." At the end of the week, the pennies were counted and rals during the week!iTheir teachers  St. Matthew teacher  Money was the lucky winner, ...... . iii ................. Catholic Schools Week began J:31 at St; VVendel School; St, WendeL iected Canned goods for the Dubois County Food Bahki Parishioners of all ages were asked to bring artwork, crafts and quilts to entS LnE ii a ] a, schools att . " :he Evansville ! i=ii i -- Message ploto by Mary Students at St. Philip School,St. Philip, took a look back- Cr costumes and ams gr; through eight tbr an authentic one-room schoolhouse feel- ing. Above, Shirley Clements shows her students an out- house. Message photo by Mary Ann Hughes Students at Precious Blood School, Jasper, designed murals during Catholic Schools Week. At left, Shanelle Moeller displays the second grade mural. Residents at St. John's Home of the Aged in Evansville were invited to at- tend the student production "The Late Great Potentate" at St. Benedict School, Evansville. At right, seventh grader Abbey Wolf escorts Esther Gerst to St. Benedict's auditorium. --Message photo by Mary Ann Hughes Members of the faculty at Holy Spirit School, Evansville lenge the eighth grade da to a game of volleyball. The eighth ade won, 3-1. - -. -- Message photo by Mary Ann