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March 1, 1991 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 15 Continued [ram page 2 Anthony, and at St. Peter, Lin- County, pray on the fifteenth, ton. On the twenty-fourth, at St. On the 16th, it's St. Vincent de Paul, Vincennes, Joseph, Princeton. On the and St. Boniface, Evansville. seventeenth, St. Mary, On the twenty:fifth, at St. Cle- Evansville, and Holy Cross, Tent, Boonvflle, St. Peter, Fort Branch. On the eighteenth, Montgomery, and St. Michael St. John, Daylight. On the nine- and St. Patrick in Daviess teenth, St. John, Vincennes, County. and St. Matthew, Mt. Vernon. The twentieth of each month Parishioners pray at St. Ber- is the day at St. Philip, St. nard, Rockport, on the twenty- Philip. The twenty-first, at St. sixth, and at Sacred Heart, James, St. James. The twenty- Vincennes. On the twenty- Second is available, seventh, at St. Wendel, St. Prayers are said on the Wendel. On thetwenty-eighth, twenty-third at St. Anthony, St. at Old Cathedral, Vincennes. James Jett & Associates, Inc. lifo o health o home - IRA retirement planning 4 7 5--4 O0 514 S. Green River Rd. Evansviller IN 47715 I Hi-Tech Sheet Metal Inc. Residential, Industrial & Commercial Heating & Cooling Installation Sales & Service I 422-9242 I Operated by Michael and Patricia Koch 2210 N. Grand Ave., Evansville St. Joseph, Evansville, and St. Thomas, Knox County, pray on the twenty-ninth. St. Rupert, Red Brush, on the thirtieth. St. Simon, Washington, on the thirty-first. The Sisters at Seton Manor, Evansville, pray on the last day of each month. Members of Ho- ly Rosary Church, Evansville, pray on first Fridays. According to the plans work- ed out by the Serra Clubs and selected. The chairperson has the responsibility of calling people and inviting them to pray one hour a month for voca- tions. Chairpersons work out the schedule, trying to cover as much of the day as possible. The planners recommend that praying be done at church, but they say prayer can also be done in the homes, especially at night. Sister Stanton the Vocations Office, a dies Feb. 6 chairperson from each parish is |1 Peoples Trust Company 50 SOUTH MAIN STREET P.O. BOX 191 LINTON, INDIANA 47441 SINCE 1888 Schum Monuments, Inc. DALE. INDIANA 937-4921 Services for Sister Frances Stanton S.P., 82 who died Feb. 6, were held Feb. 8 in the Church of the Immaculate Con- ception at St. Mapy-of4he- Woods, with burial in the con- vent cemetery. Sister Stanton entered the congregation of the Sisters of Providence in 1927 and made her final vows in 1935. She taught in schools staffed by the Sisters of Providence, in- cluding St. Joseph School, Jasper, and St. John School, Loogootee. ANNUAL VANDERBURGH COUNTY RIGHT-TO-LIFE DINNER MARCH 12, 1991 Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfinger Guest Speaker Green Convention Center Corner of 7th and Walnut, Evansville Doors open 6:00 p.m. -- Dinner at 6:30. $10.00 per ticket You are invited to come and bring some friends THIS YEAR IS AN IMPORTANT YEAR FOR RIGHT-TO-LIFE GROUPS IN SOUTHWESTERN INDIANA