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11,1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Remember these faithful departed in your prayers !th Ahrens, 76, St. 8. Armes, 71, St. Feb. 10. .=s, 66, St. Vernon, Feb. 4. r, Joseph D. a ge, Indianapolis, Feb. 69, Pre- Jan. 21. relli, 95, Evansville, !arrico, 71, St. Feb. 21. Jr., 64, Evansville, Feb. Clements, 87, Feb. 8. er, 95, Holy Jan. 29. 81, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, Feb. 13. Jeanette F. Fallen, 85, Good Shepherd, Evansville, Feb. 5. Providence Sister Mary Hilda (Esther Lillian) Fea- gans, 91, Saint Mary-of-the- Woods, Indiana, Feb. 7. Mary Agnes Friedman, 72, St. Mary, Washington, Feb. 10. Hazel R. Gansman, 77, St. Anthony, Evansville, Jan. 29. Peggy Gastenveld, 66, St. Anthony, Evansville, Jan. 26. Providence Sister Agnes Isabel (Mary Frances) Hart- man, 89, Saint Mary-of-the- Woods, Indiana, Feb. 4. Providence Sister Cather- ine (Catherine) Hartman, 73, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana, Feb. 2. Robert Hill, 83, St. An- thony, Evansville, Feb. 15. 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The is the oldest sponsor of Catholic in the U.S. We have never missed an in 90 years. )f the Divine Word Gift Annuity will help you of return and to educate missionary V OF rm DnE WORD IS A WORLDWIDE CATHOLIC MIP ro PRFCHm THE GOSPEL 57 COUN- of the annuitized income you this coupon to: 3RD GIFT ANNUITIES su. Zip __ 'otth clay --._ year  131 Q F give Sex and birthdate of second party: day----- year._._. 13 M E} F EV1 Henry J. Jones, 85, St. John, Loogootee, Feb. 2. Bernard Lannon, 64, Indi- anapolis, Feb. 27. Veronica Lorey, 82, St. Joseph, Jasper, Feb. 3. Linus Luebbehusen, 85, St. Henry, St. Henry, Feb. 14. Anton J. Luigs, 81, Resur- rection, Evansville, Feb. 1. Arnold Mehringer, 72, St. Joseph, Jasper, Feb. 6. Beulah T. Miller, 90, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Jan. 16. Louise Neisen, 83, St. An- thony, Evansville, Jan. 26. Victor K. Pohl, 90, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt, Feb. 17. Martha Reed, 74, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Jan. 29. Wilbur Riester, 8I, St. Mary, Washington, Feb. 21. Burnell Schmidt, 77, St. Anthony, Evansville, Jan. 30. Robert F. Sehnaus, 83, St. Joseph, Jasper, Feb. 6. Lucille Schum, 84, Mary Help of Christians, Mariah Hill, Feb. 8. Estella Sermersheim, 91, St. Joseph, Jasper, Feb. 20. Evelyn Shoemaker, 75, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haub- stadt, Feb. 6. Elza Simpson, 88, St. Agnes, Evansville, Feb. 6. Sudia Uhde, 70, St. An- thony, Evansville, Feb. 7. Mark Walford, 28, St. Mary, Washington, Feb. 17. James Walter Todd Sr., 78, St. Martin, Chrisney, Feb. 28. Martha E. Wentzel, 74, Christ the King, Evansville, Feb. 13. Anna Wessel, 91, St. An- thony, St. Anthony, Feb. 13. These obituary notices were submitted from parishes throughout the diocese. Ferdinand Benedictines counter L. A. Times article A recent Los Angeles Times article which indicated that nuns appear to be dying out as an institution is not the experi- ence of the Sisters of St. Bene- dict in Ferdinand. The commu- nity has statistics to back up their claim that there is a resurgence of interest in reli- gious life, contrary to the per- ceived notion that nuns are a dying breed. The community of 243 mem- bers at Ferdinand averages 50 new inquiries a month, accord- ing to vocations director, Bene- dictine Sister Rose Mary Rex- ing. She said that of those 50, about 10 "express a desire to keep in touch with us in order to decide if this way of life is for them." Five years ago, only 13 women were part of the Bene- dictine Life program for women who are seriously con- sidering a call to religious life. Today, there are 153 women in the program. In the past two years, six women, ranging in age from 22 to 43, have made the decision to join the community at Ferdinand. II I I AUTO TOPS. SEAT COVERS . BOAT COVERS STEREO SALES & INSTALLATIONS 254-3943 HWY 50 EAST, BEHIND UPS CENTER EUGENE WELR OWNER I I I I III II I I I I s ,,. 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