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8 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana February 14, "'" Catholic Education Foundation Board President Ron Hollander, at the head table between Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfinger and Vice President Mark Schiff, makes a point during the cam- paign kick-off meeting at Sarto Retreat House, Feb. 6. -- Message photo by Paul R. Leingang Interchurch and interreligious marriages focus of teleconference The pastoral and ecumeni- cal challenges posed by the growing number of inter- church and interreligious marriages will be the topic of a nationwide teleconference on Thursday, March 5, 2:00 to 3:30 PM CST. The 90-minute program, part of the monthly Church '92 series presented by the National Pastoral Life Center, will originate from the In- structional Television studios of the Archdiocese of New York and will be telecast live country. It will be available at the Catholic Center, Evansville. Participating in the pro- gram will include Bob John- son, a marriage and family therapist from Green Bay, Wisc.; Patty Kovacs, a mem- ber with her husband of the Catholic-Jewish couples dia- logue group in Chicago, Ill., the Rev. Robert S. Rivers, C.S.P., pastor of St. Paul the Apostle Parish, Los Angeles, Calif., and the Rev. Girard N. Sherba, pastor of Holy Trin- of Raleigh, N.C. The Rev. Philip J. Murnion, director of the National Pas- toral Life Center, will be the program's host and modera- tor. The first part of the pro- gram will be devoted to a stu- dio discussion; the second part of the program will be interactive, enabling inter- ested persons at the Catholic Center and around the coun- try to participate in the dis- cussion by telephone. For further information, Catholic Education Foundation sets $121,000 goal for 1992-93 campaign By PAUL R. LEINGANG a kick-otT meeting at SartO le" Message Editor 'File fund raising goal this year of the Catholic Educa- lion Foundation, l)ioc:ese ot" Evansvilh;, Inc., is $121,000. Money raise, el bv the organi- zation is used" Io provicle granls-in-aid to sttld(mls aI- lending Mater Dei and Memo- rial high schools in Evansville. The new goal was an- nounced by Campaign XXI director, Cathy Drake, during I - h'eat lhmse, Fel). 6. Off $ and board members of the r. ganization met to receiV0 r formation about lhe conaP "" lion of Campaign XX and I m beginning of lhe c: urr@l efforl. Last year was the first 1 the organization reache goal, Drake said. The 1991" campaign raised $113,221' in contributions and inter topping tim goal of $110,( ii! 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