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! 4,1997 The Message --for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 3 '5;'2"attend Youth Day XXXIV in Loogootee F.lVe'htmdred-and.seventy_two youth Ug adults attended Youth Day held last Sunday at St. John : , Loogootee. The theme for the * from St. Joseph Church, rgh County, and M:: kthoefer, from Sac. arch, Evansville, recewe ha Bosco Adult Recogni. .rds" Mike Eppler, above day was "I'll Stand By You." Members of the Youth Group at St. John's served as hosts for Youth Day, led by Shirley Jeffers, youth minister. The day consisted of "games, food, fun, speakers and dancing," said Michael Eppler, diocesan director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry. Robbie Hensen, a freshman at St. Louis University, was the anchor speaker. The Maria Goretti Youth Recogni- tion awards were presented to 31 teenagers from around the diocese. Saint Maria Goretti is an Italian saint, recognized for her purity and purpose to God. A1 Debes, from St. Joseph Church, Vanderburgh County, and Mary Ann Zenthoefer, from Sacred Heart Church, Evansville, received the St. John Bosco Adult Recognition awards. Curt Klein from Holy Family Church, Jasper, receives the Maria Goretti Youth Recognition award from Father Greg Spencer. The award was pre-  10Cesan director of Youth Students from Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, stand arm-in-arm sented to 31 teenagers during Youth g Adult Ministry. during singing at Youth Day. Day in Loogootee. Sage Photo by Mike Woolsey -- Message photo by Mike Woolsey -- Message photo by Mike Woolsey :00thollc leaders plan 'open forum for Spanisl-speaking ra Indiana Catholic to hold an open 'the COncerns of the king COmmunity. All beheld at St. I'Iuntirigburg, Sat- , after the 7 p.m. :,.Is [ass at St. Mary ated in Spanish. cva is intended to :, aRi eaders discern ith the concerns b COmmunity, 'ct., aedictine Sister " ercher of Ferdi- t l . let and other lead- b ers working in ministry among Spanish-speaking persons met recently to plan the forum. Among the other leaders taking part are the following: Benedic- tine Father Plus Klein, pastor of St. Mary Church, Huntingburg; Benedictine Father Noel Mueller, who celebrates weekly Masses in Spanish at St. Mary; and Father Eugene Heerdink, pastor of St. Joseph Church, Dale, and dioce- san director of the Spanish- speaking Apostolate. Father Heerdink celebrates Mass in Spanish, at 11:30 a.m. each Sunday, at his parish in Dale. Dr. Jane A. Hormuth Chiropractic Physician 474-0704 Hormuth Chiropractic IIc. 1111 S Green River Rd., Suite 104 Participants at a recent Sunday Mass in Spanish at St. Joseph, Dale, gather for a group photo. About 100 people attend the Mass each week, at St. Mary, Huntingburg, on Satur- day evening, or at St. Joseph, Dale, on Sunday morning. Catholic leaders working in min- istry among Spanish-speaking persons will conduct an open forum at St. Mary Church, Huntingburg, Feb. 22. . (OMPLEX Fmrvlew Cemetery : i! Bartley Street, Jasper, Indiana People we care about... Following is a feature in the Message, designed to help draw together the People of God in southwestern Indiana. Readers are invited to submit information about people who may ben- efit by some extra prayers and attention. * Services for Providence Sister Alice Creed, 86, who died Feb. 3, were held Feb. 7 at St. Mary-of-the-Woods. Sister Creed entered the Congregation of the Sisters of Prov- idence in 1930, and made her final vows in 1938. She taught in schools staffed by the Sisters of Providence, including Sacred Heart, Evansville; St. Simon School, Wash- ington: St. John. Loogootee; St. John, Vincennes, and St. Joseph, Jasper. Please send information for PEOPLE WE CARE ABOUT to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN47724.