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1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Catholic Charities seeks board members By PAUL R. LEINGANG - Message editor Catholic Charities, as an expression b 9, but already of the mercy and love of Christ, is a planning corn- looking ahead to concerned about the needs of the They were not human person and the means to for What they wanted Were planning on members of the 1as Store Planning project among by the Bureau of .f Evansville. and activities services, and therapy ser- Care services, mseling, emer- Christmas and the Garden meet these needs, m, are coordinated by Catholic Charities. Respect Life advo- cates at parishes in the diocese work together through Catholic Charities. The recent Christmas Store project served 331 families rep- resenting 1,458 parents and children. They received a vari- ety of new clothing, toys and household items. Thomas Coe,, project coordinator, said that services provided were 10 per- cent more than the year before. "I want to sincerely thank each person who contributed their time, money, and/or tal- ents to this year's event," said Coe. "It was again an out- standing effort by many gener- ous and compassionate individ- uals." The project is supported primarily by donations and volunteers from 29 area parishes. "Catholic Charities, as an expression of the mercy and A quick look report shows Were spent by personnel in preserving of 841 per- services. hOUrs were and edu- resettlement and parish Bowl efforts Charities must commit to the complete liberation so that they can be the of their destinies, the of history, the free active t them futures .... love of Christ, is concerned about the needs of the human person and the means to meet these needs," according to the Catholic Charities USA Cadre Study. "It seems to enable the individual to function as a truly human person and to en- able groups to develop into mu- tually supportive communities bound together by justice and love." That study stated that "Pro- grams benefit people only when they contribute to the in- dividual's freedom and inde- pendence. Catholic Charities must commit itself boldly to the complete liberation of per- sons so that they can be the real artisans of their destinies, the shapers of history, the free active builders of their fu- tures." A search is currently under- way for board members for the Catholic Charities Bureau. Three-year terms begin in May, for persons interested in guiding the work of the Church, meeting the needs of people throughout southwest- ern Indiana. Current board members in- clude the following: -- Stella Bennett, Santa Claus. -- SheiIa Corcoran, Evans- Buy/n$ or Se///n$? 1o LLy JACK MALANEY our Real Egtzte Needs Million Dollar Producer Consultations e / 4 76-35 76 Home Serve You! rLABLE ville. Betty Dowell, Richland. Herbert Edwards, Evans- ville. Father Joseph Erbacher, St Anthony. T havoc Michael Gore, Jasper. -- John Hegeman, Evans- villa. -- Rosemary Kramer, Vin- cennes. -- Thomas Memmer, Princeton. h George-Anne Ryder, Evansville. Richard Sandefur, Evansville. Bernice Schipp, Ferdi- nand. -- Father Eugene Schroeder, Evansville. Beth Stein, Lamar. Jim Todd, Loogootee. Daniel Weidner, Evans- ville. Roselle Weinzapfel, Mt. Vernon. James Wilsbacher, New- burgh. -- Mary Ellen Ziliak, Haub- stadt. The current president of the board is Thomas Memmer. Daniel Weidner is vice presi- dent, and Roselle Weinzapfel is secretary. Martha Halterman and said the state's info Robert Vogler are Catholic consent" law was Charities Co-coordinators. The undue burden position of Executive Director women and is open. nots. For more information about the work of Catholic Charities, or the board terms available, contact Catholic Charities, (812) 423.5456. Affinity card tops $108,000 The Catholic Schools Affin- ity Credit Card has produced revenue of $108,082 since it began in August 1991. Justin Clements, diocesan director of Stewardship and Development, said that the card is projected to produce about $50,000 per yar in income for Catholic ed- ucation. Clements said there were 4,927 cards in use, and each card provided a monthly in- Vincennes Catholic Schools 1792 -- 1992 Two hundred years of permanent pastors and Catholic education in Knox County, Indiana Purchase your copy today. You will receive this 120 page hardbound book, tracing 200 years of Catholic education-in IGlox County. Pictures and sketches complement the text,which has been prepared by Dr. Walter Rinderle and Richard Day, with the assis- tance of Dr. David Grundman, Carol Bousley, Bonnie Sanders and Ed Schnautz. This attractive book was commissioned to raise funds for the Christian Educational Foundation of Vincennes. d copy of Vincennes Catholic Schools: 1792 -- 1992. Seal $20 to cover the cost of the book, shipping and handling. STATE. ZIP -- ld $20 to the Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville IN 47724-0169 come of approximately 85 cents. Income is distributed to the deaneries, based on the amount of usage by cardhold- ers in each deanery. Evansville East Deanery has the greatest number of cards in use: 1,242. Evansville West Deanery is second highest, with 1,131 cards. Other deaneries are as follows: Jasper Deanery, 802: New- burgh Deanery, 474: Washing- ton Deanery, 466; Princeton Deanery, 421; Vincennes Deanery, 358. Net income distributed to date is as follows: Evansville East Deanery, $27,065.55. Evansville West Deanery, $22,760.25. Jasper Deanery, $11,173.25. ' Newburgh Deanery, $9,463.05. Washington Deanery, $7,102.60. Vincennes Deanery, $6,939.40 Princeton Deanery, $6,182.05. A portion of the ttal income has been withheld because of an unrelated business income tax liability. .,., Jackie Kinsler . _.a'our, Owner h.pl4 -- Marian Peace Contererce May 20..2 -- Notre Dame Peace Conference May 12-14 -- Congers, GA June 10-12 -- EWTN & Canas ca//tot tnfo (812) 963-,5533 = 1 aid program by forcing hun,: dredsof thousands of dis, placed Sudanese into flight a CRS official said. CRS hi :thousands of tons fooi ready the relief effort is on hold To honor Chavez =Building a tice and Peao worker leader attended by Helen Chavez. ABC: Pope is right Pope John Paul II's 4 cism of television as too violent and harmful society are largely on target, an ABC executive said Feb; 11, "The pope is right. Wher is a lot of very x iolent tele sion on all over the worldi  said Ted Harberl. president ofABC Entertmnment. [ Cardinal dies ! Cardinal Joseph Cordeiro, i i archbishop of istan, for 36 years an leading voice on intel tional church iss Feb. 11 age 76. H'm Ga00school to Bowm