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0 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Entertainment March 1, 1991 'People's pianist' will appear March 29 Wladimir Jan Kochanski, who is billed as "the People's Pianist," is scheduled to appear at Central High School Auditorium in Evansville, March 2g. Kochanski mixes humor and storytelling with the music of the great composers, according to advance publicity. He believes that music should be understood by audiences if it is to be enjoyed, according to the release. Kochanski performed for Pope John Paul I1 at the dedica- tion of the Polish Pilgrims' Home in Rome in 1981. He has appeared on "Voice of America" radio, "Good Morn- ing America" with David Hart- man, the "700 Club" with Pat Robertson and "Hour Magazine" with David Collins. Kochanski's performance at Central High School, March 29, 7:30 p.m., is sponsored by the Pennington Foundation for the Arts. Reserved tickets are $10. General admission is $6. Telec0nferences for spring listed By PAUL LEINGANG Message Editor "The Drug Crisis: What Can the Church Really Do?" is the topic of a teleconference to be presented at the Catholic Center, Thursday, March 7, from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. CST. The teleconference is produced by the National Pastoral Life Center, New York, N.Y. NPLC teleconferences are presented on the first Thursday of each month. Upcoming topics are "The Church and Sexuality," April 4; "Fun- damentalism and Fellowships," May 2, and "The Church and the Afro-American Community," June 6. Also available at the Catholic Center is a telecourse, "Vatican II Vision 2000 . The Teaching Church.' Topics include "Spiritual Life in a Consumer Culture," on March 26; "Authority and American Catholicism," on April 23; "Mary: Model of Contemporary Discipleship," on May 28, and "American Catholic Morality in a Pluralistic Society," June 25. The series is produced by Catholic Telecommunications Network of America and the University of Dayton, and is scheduled from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Central time. Father Don Kimball and An- na Scally present "Back Talk" using a music video format to discuss forgiveness with seventh and eighth graders, Thursday, April 11, noon to 1 p.m. CST. POSITION AVAILABLE Minister and administrator for a total youth ministry program. Primary work: implementing social,, service and spiritual programs for youth and young adults (11-24) in a 2,000 family parish. Person would work with pastoral team. Minimum BA/BS and/or Certificate of Youth Ministry with related experience(s). Resumes by March 31 to: Youth Ministry Search COmmittee, 1020 Kundek Street, Jasper, IN 47546. Pianist Wladimir Jan Kochanski meets Pope John Paul II, after performing in Rome in 1981. Kochan- ski is to perform in Evansville March 29. Vienna Choir Boys offered fine music The Vienna Choir Boys "entertained 984 people" but "we did not achieve the sell-out we had hoped for," said Glenda Ossenberg, development direc- tor for the Evansville Catholic Interparochial High Schools. The Vienna Choir Boys sang at Vanderburgh Auditorium, Feb. 15. "Clad in their customary white sailor suit uniforms, the 24 well drilled 9- to 14-year-old youngsters demonstrated the purity of tone, clarity of diction and fine musicianship that has been the choir's hallmark since its founding in 1498," said Ossenberg. She noted that the choir's encores were "Lady Madonna" and "Yellow Rose of Texas" which delighted the Ludience who came to hear the I IIW German ,4anc]dcan Bank We Make Friends l,'or Llle JASPER, INDIANA I choir "in spite of a bitter cold evening and other conflicting events." Ossenberg said that the turn- out is leading to an evaluation "of our scheduling and promo- tions for future events." She ex- pressed" sincere thanks and ap- preciation to all who attended and supported this wonderful evening of music." I I r"]l Jill Ann White Administrator -JrB Hwy. 57 So, Washington, IN - ==1"1e== 812-254-4516 'BII Prairie Village Living Center