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1995 TheMessage --for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 JOYCE CAMPBELL n, a registered elected presi- derburgh County according to Mike director. who describes her- pro-life and very she wants to in the strug- abortion in the Connie Anders, as president for her con- Possibility of opening an Evansville. their desire working and we have that they are ville/Hen- .ago, when she ncipal at Good Evansville, Mary Co- Started a tradi- continued to this With each student to discuss their [Ways taken me the and I always felt and more each zt dawned on me came, we had We now have 224 a difference! this year Way I could pos- all students in met with a little 121) in grades with the 4 through next report doing this; it is for me and even ! What a joy oe, an English orial Lie, for Years, has re- := : : ..... ........ : : ........... ....... UIUUU00U ' .... r Ministries of Acolyte and Lector Joseph Hoang, from the Dio- cese of Evansville, received the Ministry of Acolyte on Feb. 6 in the St. Meinrad School of Theol- ogy Chapel Archbishop Daniel Buechlein, O.S.B., conferred the Ministry. Eighteen third-year theology students from 11 dioceses re- ceived the Ministry of Acolyte. Vincent Luecke, also from the diocese, received the Min- istry of Lector on Feb. 6 at St. Meinrad. Archbishop Buechlein conferred the ministry. Thirty second-year theology students from 21 dioceses re- ceived the Ministry of Lector. Parvuli Dei Andy Schenk, a third grader at St. Philip School, St. Philip, received the Parvuli Dei medal at Mass on Feb. 5. Anniversaries at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Clarence and Es- ther Bailey, 43 years; Dennis and Esther Dossett, 45 years. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Loral and Flo- rence Malzahn, 48 years; Cliff and Jeanette Sitzman, 47 years; Jim and. Marylou Ul- rich, 45 years. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evans- ville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. Teens Encounter Christ Celebrating the beginning of TEC 13 are from left, first row, Jill Ficker, Courtney Wag- ner, Cheryl Herzog, Nancy Kluesner, Zach Etienne, Donna Mundy, Nancy Johnosn, Diane Fehrenbacher; row two, Sally Wickman, Amy Briggeman, Rhonda Uebelhor, Anas- tasia Hubert, Denise Henninger, Sarah Lueken, Leslie Hildenbrand, Lisa Welp, Staci Williams, Erin Russell, Chris Rice, Andie Herr; row three, Wileen Halter, Tim Kempf, Diane Dempf, Matthew Wichman, Katie Russell, Marga Lema, Kim Ebert, Dana Gross, Monica Polen, Ellen Wagner, Tara Hunt, Melissa Eppler, Teresa Balbach, Jay"me Woe. bkenberg, Patty Weinert; fourth row, Grog Schneider, Jennifer Gregory, Margaret Nord, Sheila Eckerle, Father Grog Spencer, Lana Hubers, Connie Etienne, Devlyn Bowen, Kenny Dilger, Amanda Ayer, Andy Schweiss, Brad Fischer, Brian Blaekgrove, Ryan Hochgesang, Bill Strathman; fifth row, Paul Leingang, Philip Stratmant Ju Bennett, Mike Oberst, Sarah Chappell, Rick Etienne, Michael Eppler, Andy Messmer, Chad Kempf, Chad Flamion, Father John Boeglin, Phil Durcholz, Lori Eckerle; sixth row, Kurt Leinenbach, John Zito, Trent A. Engbers, Jennifer Schneider, Heather Blackgrove, Courtney Kuczynski, Abby Bennett. signed. She and her husband are moving to Central City, Ky., where she will be teaching Eng- lish at the Green River Correc- tional Complex. The complex, which is a medium security prison, will offer three levels of education: very basic, high school and an associate's degree through the University of Kentucky. Dean's List Aaron Couture, the son of Richard and Emma Jean Couture of Evansville, has been named to the dean's list at the University of Notre Dame. He is a 1994 graduate of Mater Dei High School, Evansville. School charity The students at St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon, have chosen St. Jude's Children's Hos- pital for their school charity this year. Outstanding Sarah Orth, a sixth grader at Good Shepherd School, Evansville, has been chosen as the outstanding patrol member of the quarter. She will receive a $10 gift certificate from the North Evansville Civitan Club. Musicians at Mater Dei Mater Dei High School mu- sicians Jim Griese, Anne Stofleth, Amy Frey and Jay Cartwright were selected to at- tend the Indiana State Univer- sity All-Star Band Concert Workshop. The following Mater Dei in- strumentalists will be perform- ing at the state solo and ensem- ble contest in Indianapolis: Soloists: Anne Stofleth, Jay Cartwright, Kelli Scott, Sev- erin Kempf. Woodwind trio: Anna Hoang, Andrea Auth, Sarah Koressel. Saxophone quartet: Tom Kuhlman, Jay Cartwright, Erik Below, Mike Kiesler. Scholars on 9 Meg Liffick, Jeremy Her- man, Chris Maynard, Amanda Bailey, Niki Hem- mer and Krista Weinzapfel will be representing Mater Dei High School, Evansville, on WNIN's Scholars on Nine pro- gram. $500 donation ,Members of the student coun- cil at Westside Catholic Con- solidated Junior High School, Evansville, have do- nated $500 to the House of Bread and Peace, according to Kris Schroeder, WCCS teacher. The House of Bread and Peace, which is located in down- town Evansville, provides shel- ter to homeless women and their children. Schroeder said the idea to col- lect money came from eighth graders Scott and Rob Rhein. lander. After collecting money from WCCS students, volunteers went to St. Boniface, Sacred Heart and St. Agnes churches in Evansville and collected money for the shelter. Math-a-thon Students at Corpus Christi School, Evansville, collected $2,327.23 in a recent Math-a- thon. Oratory "Listen to Me" was the topic of the 1995 Optimist Club Oratori- cal Contest. Josh Richter, a student at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, won first place in the Breakfast CLub competition. St. Joseph student Jamie Cutrell won the West Side Optimist Club award and Jason Hall, Ryan King and Joni Schwartz were chosen as first alternates in their rounds. First division Aaron Rensehler, Ryan Hickey, Michael Carton, Adrienne Larty, Maryann Cairns, Susan Hoehn and Ashley Weinzapfel received a first division rating at the vocal solo/ensemble contest held at the University of Evansville. They are students at St. Matthew School, Mount Ver- non. I II "1 "111 D'O'W'N'T.O,WN Ol MAIN ST, * VINCENNES. IN 4760t I IIII I III ii ii i iii i i ii iii i iii RUXER j' JASPER J FORD-LINCOLN. MERCURY L 482o12oo i i 1 ii i ii i ii i i I i J"-' i i 'i'li!ll'll ! i