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i,21,1997 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 ii!,,i: Notebook in Franciscan Sis- ;class at St. Wen- asked Ly I Like My go to St. Wendel !use my teachers are who are St. Wendel get to to kberger because I like St. Wendel have a sister in St. Wendel I like St. we Pray. Lindsay Martin 'go to St. Wendel are Catholic. Alissa Martin go to St. Wendel to church. and dad send me here. I am glad Father Nunning made the school and church. Melissa Martin We get to read about Jesus and God. Other schools don't get to. Krystal Schmitt I like St. Wendel School because it is a Catholic School. Catholic means love. Ashley Adler I like our school because we pray to Jesus. I am glad my brothers go to this school. Doug Gries I am glad I go to St. Wendel School because it is Catholic and that means we can go praise God and Jesus/And our principal is not mean like the other schools. And we get some free time. And we may rest our heads. Did you know that? Derik Falls Representatives Greg Schapker, Jacob Appler, Jill Werner, Aaron Meyer, Melissa Elpers, Matt Loehrlein, Annie Weber, Cassi Englert and Kaitlyn Goad are serving as Stu .................... dent Council representatives this February at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County. Poets Corey Lannert, Riley Moore, Genna Ramsbey, Ashley Sul- lenger, Adam Ward and Laura Mesker, students at Westside Catholic Consolidated School, Evansville, will have their poems published in the 1997 edition of the Anthology of Poetry by Young Americans. Essays Essays written by Sara Kiesler and Becky Goebel, eighth graders at Resurrection School, Evans- ville, will he read during Optimist Club meetings. Excellent Julie Booth, Andrea Har- grove and Brent Johnson, stu- dents at Resurrection School, Evansville, received excellent ratings during the Solo and Ensemble Competition at the Uni- versity of Evansville. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK 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. d the Diocese ursing Jeanne Bar- Barnes, and Mary rse at St. John h, New. in the New- contacted L and rye in some ordained a priest Feb. 28, 1970. Father Kenneth Herr, chaplain and teacher at Memorial High School, Evansville, and sacra- mental minister at St. John Church, Evansville, was ordained a priest March 2, 1968. He resides at the Faculty Residence, 1500 Lin- coln Ave., Evansville IN 47714. Father Lowell Will, pastor of St. Peter Church, Montgomery, And St. Patrick and St. Michael churches, both in Daviess Coun- ty, was ordained a priest March 2, 1968. y! r at St. S, 27. chap- his e resides at Vansville IN Anniversaries at Nativity Congratulations to couples at Nativity Church, Evansville, celebrating February wedding anniversaries: Clarence and Ethel Drury, 58 years; Charles and Jeanette Hagman, 54 years. Anniversaries at Sacred Heart Congratulations to couples at Sacred Heart Church, Vin- a priest cennes, celebrating February was wedding anniversaries: Bub and EDICT ANNUAL FRY FRIDAYS IN LENT and 28; March 7, 14 and 21 Catfish fiddlers or Icelandic cod lernade slaw, baked beans, ad or chips and drinks with refills Cheese pizza $1 per slice 'Person Serving 5"30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Us in the New School Cafeteria Harlan _ 1 block east of U.S. 41 i Mary Holscher, 52 years; Mau- rice and Anne Nugent, 52 years; Charles and Emily Logan, 44 years; Hal and Marilyn Garrett, 40 years; Bill and Shirley Acobert, 42 years; Wilfred and Grace Kocher, 58 years; Jim and Doris Murphy, 46 years; Dick and Betty Bahr, 44 years. In attendance at the Inauguration Several members of Holy Angels Church, New Harmo- ny, attended the January inaugu- ration of President William Clin- ton in Washington, D.C. Kathy Burns, Kathy Meyer, Casey Trela, Ed Atkins, Michael Gray, Emily Gwaltney, Timothy Kahle, Nicole Weinzapfel, Jes- sica Sehaeffer and Amanda Hein attended as part of a New Harmony High School field trip. 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. Catholic Elementary/Middle School Principal The Catholic community of St. Mary's Parish in Anderson, Indiana, seeks an elementary/middle school principal (preschool through8) who has a strong commitment to the integration of Gospel values through the education curriculum. St. Mary's School educates 160 students with a faculty of 15. The Principal is a member of the Pastoral Team which shares the pastoral leadership of the parish. The position will be open beginning July 1. Qualified applicants will have experience in collaborative leadership in an educational setting, a master's degree, and either an administrator's license or eligibility for Indiana certification in administration. The successful applicant will also be an active member of the Catholic Church who is committed to an active role in the mission of St. Mary's Parish and St. Mary's School. This position offers a competitive salary and fringe benefits package. For an application packet, phone or write: The St. Mary's Search Committee, St. Mary's Church 1115 Pearl St, Anderson, Indiana 46016 Phone Number: 765-644-8467 Application with references are due by March 31, 1997 II i Ii I i!j II I ir Ir nl ii r i I I iiiRiitfl