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The Message m for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 the Diocese monastery two grants of St. Benedict of de la Cruz in ,Peru, were recently grants. A grant of been received from the Loyola Foundation in Wash- ington, D.C. This grant will sup- port the building of a wing onto a Peruvian monastery. This wing will provide living space for new members, work and study areas, and administrative of- rices. The sisters in Peru have also received a grant of $2,500 from Notebook 330 seventh Middle School in Hills Mid- traveled to gh: Academy, P rdcipate in the were on the native cus- geogra- of 10 ng Honduras, lailand, Saudi Ger- Rome. Create an aware- that we have body .n mterest in ex- Sister the pro- broken into the first "traveled" visiting dis- ng information Key Club Jessica Norris has been elected president of the Key Club at Washington Catholic High School, Washington. Rachel Bradley is vice-president and Rebecca Ausborn is secre- tary/treasurer. Final Four dinner Karie Wilson, Eileen Weber and Beth Larkin, students at Washington Catholic High School, Washington, attended the Optimist Final Four dinner in Indianapolis. Weber was named All-Confer- ence while Larkin and Amy Mischler received All-Confer- ence honorable mention. Second place Sarah Smith, a student at Washington Catholic High School, Washington, has re- ceived a second place in retail merchandising competition at DECA state finals in Indianapo- lis. hands-on Students were and arts from the final Ldents were Words and Latin, Span- ench, Italian, Arabic. Acad. lye been in- Immacu- National are Amy Maria Mu- Tamayo, ez, Karina Y Arb j, Inglek, Felix Science Fair at St. Ben's Winners of the Science Fair at St. Benedict School, Evans- ville, include: Grade eight -- Brandon Oak, first; Eric Wolf, David Martin Clint Keown, second; Au- tumne Weiland, third; Lynn Wink, honorable mention; Grade seven -- Abbey Schmitt, first; Trish Meyers, Candi Patten, second; Sarah Gore, Jamie Happe, third; Timesha Parker, Shea Perkins, Emily DiLegge, Krystal Kellams, Chelsea Ward, honorable mention; Grade six -- Dana Heerdink, first; Hannah Pitt, second; Katie DiLegge, Linzey Hicks, third; Jessica Brown, Sarah Rietman, honorable mention; Grade five -- Charles Rif- fert, Jeremy Funk, DeWayne CuOUNTY B00NK 'E STAR SERVICE BANK Box rraYlor 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 Phone:486-3285 & MILLER "A family name you can trust" 424'9274 the Federation of St. Gertrude. This grant will support the edu- cation of temporary professed sisters at the university in Lima and will assist the community's postulant (first-year sister) to participate in an intercommu- nity formation program. Monasterio Paz de la Crus is a dependent monastery of Outlaw, first; Matt Gore, Kasey Nussmeier, second; Tony Athippozhy, Jacob Maddox, third; Chase Martin, Beth Scheller, Patrick Boyle, honorable mention. Mater Ders speech team Leigh Ritchie and Bernie Schmitt received first place awards in the conference speech meet. They are students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville. Tony Fehrenbacher, Aaron Couture and Lynn Batema placed second and Chris Spahn, Lynn Batema, Leigh Ritchie and Melissa Kiefer placed third. Science Fair at WCCS Curtis VanNess, Julie Moll and Stephanie Stonecipher are grand prize winners of the Science Fair at West- side Catholic Consolidated School, Evansville. Classroom winners include: Grade eight -- Curtis Van- Ness, Julie Moll, Stephanie Stonecipher, first; Kathy Lit- tle, Natalie Emge, second; Tracey Reising, third; Theresa Lutz, Jason Kir- choff, Brandon Westerfield, Chris Canada, Becky Reis ing, Karl Nurrenbern, Leslie Dixon, Stephanie Storey, Carl Miller, honorable mention. Grade seven m Angle Soto- longo, Jocelyn Gibson, first; Danny Jankowski, second; Jennifer Moll, April Altstadt, Sarah Grannan, third; Valerie Murray, Katie Ritchie, Sarah Jost, honorable mention. Qualifier Matt Endress, a seventh grader at Christ the King School, Evansville, has quali- fied to participate at the state level National Geography bee to be held in Indianapolis on April 8. Music awards at Memorial Choir and band members at Memorial High School, See SCHOOL page 11 t LinCo Coffee Se00ces Total Beverage Distributor Indiana - IllinOis. Kentucky 46 Vafletle of Coffees and .Teas I . ,. WHATEVER YOUR TASTE, IA" I WE CAN MATCH IT' I .------wr-"=- : Evancvitle 422.1833 iii , Monastery Immaculate Con- ception in Ferdinand: As such, the community in Peru retains ties with the founding monastery in Ferdinand while beginning to establish its own customs and to receive new members. The Peruvian monastery was founded in 1969 at the request of the Augustinian Fathers work- ing there. The first six sisters who arrived in Morropon minis- tered in education, pastoral work, and healthcare. Thirteen years later, the mission became a dependent monastery, en- abling new native members to enter. Monasterio Paz de la Cruz is currently composed of four North American sisters, six Pe- ruvian sisters and one postulant. Happy Birthday! Father Raymond Kuper, pastor of St. Bernard Church, Rockport, celebrates his birth- day March 22. Father Robert Temme, cur- rently on leave, celebrates his birthday March 22. Father John Breidenbach, pastor at Corpus Christi Church, Evansville, celebrates his birthday March 25. Anniversaries of ordination Father Joseph Erbacher, pastor of St. Anthony Church, St. Anthony, was ordained a priest March 25, 1972. Father James Sauer, pastor of St. Clement Church, Boonville, was ordained a priest March 25, 1977. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publica- tion. Scout awards Three Boy Scouts from Sacred Heart parish in Schnel. lville and one scout from St. Ferdinand parish, Ferdinand, have received the Ad Altare Dei awards. The scouts met weekly for eight weeks to study the Sacraments and pas. sages of Scripture. Under the direction of Paul Messmer, they studied over 300 verses from the Bible. Above, are Nathan Theising, Neff Theising, Father Firmus Dick and Mark Knust. below, are Paul Messmer, Matt Brittain and Father Phillip Kreilein. ii i ii ii i i RUXER ii FORD - LINCOLN- MERCURY [ ,:ASPER i 482-1200 ,i -- i i t IN it JL