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February 16, 1990 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Around the Diocese 7 evelopment eering Committee A nine-member steering com- mittee has been formed under the direction of Glenda Ossenberg, development director for the two Evansville Catholic high Schools. The Development Steering Com- mittee has been established to "guide us in. our annual drive," Ossenberg said, noting members will include "business leaders who will make business contacts." Jim Muelhbauer is serving as chairman of the committee. Committee members include Andy Goebel, Bob Ossenberg, Charlie Reising, Bill Bussing III, Bob Hargrave, Harold Kempf, Ted Ziemer Jr. and Joe Theby Jr. P.E. teacher at St. Theresa Kim Bell is the new part-time physical education teacher at St. Theresa School, Evansville. CPA exam Tammy Hallander has passed the Certified Professional Ac- countant (CPA) exam. She is a 1983 graduate of Mater Dei High School, Evansville, and a graduate of Murray State University. She is the daughter of Ron and Kathy Hollander of Evansville. Music contest At a recent music contest at the University of Evansville, two students from St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, received awards. Erin Smyth received a first division rating in piano; Becky Will received a second division rating in piano. 'op spellers at ;t. Joseph's Kayla Barron is the winner of the spelling bee at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County. Heath Stewart is runner-up. A 00ecial week at 00oly Cross Over 100 grandparents attend- ed the grandparents luncheon at Holy Cross School, Fort Branch during Catholic Schools Week, according to Janet Greer, principal. The all-school Mass on Jan. 31 was attended by "98 "percent of our students' families," she noted, adding that the boys' basketall coaches were honored that day. The coaches are Joe Silva, Tim Reinhart, Mark Schmit and Ralph Hillyard. Holy Cross winners Jamie Allen is the winner of the spelling bee at Holy Cross School, Fort Branch. Sarah Obert is runner-up. A Rockport Celebration Students at St. Bernard School, Rockport, celebrate in the school gym during Catholic School Week festivities. Christina Hillyard is the win- ner of the school's geography bee. Japanese classes. at Manan Heights Academy Sister Mary Dominic Frederick, principal at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, has informed the board of direc- tors that a Japanese intern teacher should be on staff for the 1990-91 school year. Geography bee winner David Jones, a sixth grader at St. Matthew School, Mount Ver- non, has won the school's geography bee. Music contest Sherri VonHarten and Shirley Clements, teachers at St. Philip School, Posey County, recently accompanied their students to the University of Evansville for the Indiana State Students Music Association Solo Singing Contest. Students who won  first place were Melanie Buchanon, Nickie Hemmer, Sarah Kitsch, Kelli Reidford, Amelia Stoltz, Kim Wildeman, Matt Kitsch, Peter Stoltz, Tim Carlton, Kevin Wein- zapfel and Adam Bigge. Students taking home a second place were Marie Kitsch, Kelli Scott, Mandy Weis, Tom Carlton and Robert Masterson. 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Father Ziliak is currently a nXember of the CPA board of directors; he has also served as German Amcrican Bank We Make Friends For Life JASPER. INDIANA board treasurer. He has chaired two national conventions for the Catholic Press Association and hosted the 1978 Mid-West Regional Conference. He has served on a number of CPA committees and he has been a presenter for annual convention workshops as well as moderator for several panels. He has also been a CPA delegate to three world congresses, including Vienna in 1977, Dublin in 1983, and Ruhpolding, West Germany in 1989. Happy Birthday! Father Charles Kaiser of Holy Cross Church, Evansville, celebrates his birthday Feb. 17. Father Patrick Kilfoil of North Crow's Nest, Indianapolis, In., celebrates his birthday Feb. 17. Father Francis Schoering of St. Joseph Church, Vanderburgh County, celebrates his birthday Feb. 19. Prayer program Madeline Brockman is chairperson of the Perpetual Prayer Program for Vocations at Sacred Heart Church, Evansville. I The program, which was started by the Vocations Office and Serra Clubs of Evansville and Jasper, involves parishioners pledging one hour a month to pray for vocations. Scouting awards Kyle Schneider, Kevin Reckelhoff and Brad Hartwick, members of St. Anthony Church, St. Anthony, have received the "Ad Altare Dei scouting awards. Jeremy Reckelhoff has received the "Parvuli Dei" scouting award. Resignation Sharon McCarthy will be resigning as executive direction of St. Mary's Medical Center Foundation, Evansville, in June. Douglas French, St. Mary's president and CEO, said, "Sharon McCarthy has been in- strumental in the growth of St. Mary's Foundation and her spirited leadership and dedica- tion to the position of executive director will be missed greatly by our medical center." Anniversaries at St. Theresa's Couples celebrating wedding anniversaries at St. Theresa Church, Evansville, include: John and Pearl Osborne, 44 years; Loral and Florence Malzalm, 42 years;- Cliff and Jeanette Sitzman, 42 years; Jim and Mary Lou Ulrich, 40 years; Charlie and Helen Gubler, 41 years. Please send information for PEOPLE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication date. Pastoral letters of U.S. bishops available By CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE ficial statements from the first That was especially true in WASHINGTON (CNS) -- The fifth volume of "Pastoral Let- ters of the U.S. Catholic Bishops," presenting the texts of 60 pastoral letters and other official pronouncements of the bishops issued between mid-1983 and 1988, has been published by the U.S. Catholic Conference. Included in the new publica- tion are the 1986 pastoral letter on economics, "Economic Justice for All," and other documents on campus ministry, the church in the political order, pro-life ac- tivities, Hispanic ministry, im: migration, arms control, tax reform and the poor. The previous four volumes, published in 1984, covered the bishops' pastoral letters and of_ i Please U.S. bishop, John Carroll, nam- ed in 1789, to those of the Na- tional Conference of Catholic Bishops and the USCC as of July 1983. Volume 5 was published as part of an observance of the 200th anniversary of the U.S. hierarchy. Archbishop Anthony J. Bevilacqua of philadelphia, writing in the foreword of Volume 5, urged "a careful reading" Of the documents to "reap the benefits of knowledge and insight that they offer." Father Hugh J. Nolan of Philadelphia, editorial super- visor of the five-volume project, notes in the preface of the latest book the "remarkable advance in the thought and the actions of the NCCB." statements on social justice which, he said, "are written to encourage and assist not only Catholic Americans in assum- ing their proper roles an the ,:olitical, social and economic ,vels but all other readers of the documents, regardless of their religious beliefs." "Pastoral Letters of the U.S. (;btholic Bishops, Volume V, 1983-1988," or Publication No. 200-4, is available at $39.95 from the USCC Office for Publishing and Promotion Ser- vices, 3211 Fourth St. N.E., Washington, D.C. 20017-1194, or call (800) 235-8722. The box- ed edition of "Pastoral Letters of the U.S. Catholic Bishops, Volumes I-IV, 1792-1983." which is Publication No. 897-5, is available at $95. patronize Message advertisers! !