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:,1996 The Message m for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 3 r Kane page 1 the equipment and began teach- barns as protection against fire, that now she is challenged to do when I draw it's a surprise to me, painting cartoon charac- ing herself about this Eastern and planted with the crops in the "more ofmy own designs." it's prayer [br me. It's a talent eggs for her nieces and European art form. spring. Her constant encouragement that I feel is fi'om Cod. "Everything has symbolism, She said the Ukrainian eggs comes from Matthew's Cmspel of "It's not a reflection of what I became intrigued by both pre-Christian and Chris- were commonly made through- the Talents. "The Gospel says to can do, but of what God gives. I which often in- tian," she explained. "There is out Lent, and then taken to the use your talents, and I keep take credit that I have a talent, as nine different dual meaning for every symbol." parish church during Holy Week being pulled back to the idea of but we all have talents. We all Which are known for The Ukrainian eggs were com- to be blessed by the pastor. 'don't just useit, developit.' have God-given talents, mine is designs, monly used at spring rites, and "Then on Easter Sunday, they "The Gospel is always there more visible." the materials, in- given as gifts, at both weddings would give them out. It was tra- saying, 'do something.' Every tools and corn- and funerals, dition to ask for forgiveness from time, I thought I was following it, A collection of Sister Kane prohibitive, "At funerals, they were placed the person, and to tell them what I felt 'do more.' It always kept decorated eggs will be on display aunt bought on the graves, and you could tell you were hoping for them, what pulling me in deeper." at Monaste, Immaculate Con- but found she about the person based on the blessings you asked for them." She says the Gospel message ception, Ferdinand, beginning steadiness for the color and designs of the eggs." She said her early designs has "been a real call to me. I Easter Sunday and concluding Kathy inherited The eggs were also hung in strictly "followed the books," but have no training in art. Often April 28. Jni urpose buildin00planned at People we care about. . .hel00 e, Vanderburo.. oun,.j draw togetherthePeopleofGodi southwestern Indiana. Readers are invited to submit information about people who The Message regrets the omis- is simple. He said, "We can af- may benefit by some extra prayers and attention. editor sion.) ford it, 'together.'" Father Wildeman said a Planning for the new build- Jim Redman underwent brain surgery on Feb. 29. He is first things I combination gym and multi- "ing is underway, according to a a teacher at Memorial High School, Evansville, and a to St. Joe purpose building was highly report made to the Parish parishioner at Holy Spirit Church, Evansville. a gym!'" recommended in a Needs As- Council by Phil Dosher. He Cards may be mailed to 2000 South Spring Street, wrote sessment in May 1992. It was said that he and Mark Raben Evansville IN 47714. iSSue of the St. repeated in 1994, and most re- will keep parishioners in- County, cently, the Feasibility Task formed about the building pro- A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated March 5 for Force concluded that a build- ject with weekly updates in the Providence Sister Sheila O'Brien, 81, who died Feb. 29. m the Message ing was both needed and possi- sunday bulletins. She entered the Congregation of the Sisters of Providence series of parish ble. in 1933, and made her final vows in 1941. throughout According to Father Wilde- Dosher also said that Jeanne omitted the man, the answer to the ques- Freeman had accepted the job She taught in schools staffed by the Sisters of Providence, including Memorial High School, Evansville; St. John at St. Joseph. tion of"How can we afford it?" of secretary of the Multi-Pur- pose Building Planning Com- School, Loogootee, and St. Rose Academy, Vincennes. ...... mittee. According to Bob [p Duncan's Riverside Fehrenbacher and Pat Free- Please send information for PEOPLE WE CARE Pharmacy man, there will be eight cap- ABOUT to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box Bob and Norma Duncan tains, each with eight to 10 as- 4169, Evansville, IN47724. ac Corner Riverside and Governor sistants, contacting parishioners L Evansville 422-9981 for pledges. .... 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