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14 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Knights of St. John donate $9,800 The Indiana Grand Commandery, through its Knights of St. John and Ladies Auxil- iaries of Southwestern Indiana, recently completed a successful international convention in Evansville. According to spokesman William TenBarge, the following donations were made: $2,000 to St. Joseph Cemetery, Evansville, to purchase a mausoleum speaker system. $1,000 each to Mater Dei and Memorial High Schools; $500 each to the Ozanam Family Shelter, Krisy Kay Retarded School in Princeton, The Rehabilitation Center, Marian Day School, Evansville Association for Retarded Citizens, Patchwork Central, Tri-State Food Bank, St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry, Knights of St. John and Ladies Auxiliary Home, and the House of Bread and Peace. $200 to St. Mary Church. $100 each to St. Martin Church, St. Ann Scholarship in Greensburg, the Batesville Min- isterial Association, the Salvation Army in Richmofid, St. Mary Youth Group in Lanesville, and Project Help in Greensburg. } ELE TONY NAZARIO 812-768-5207 HAUB STEAK H PRIME STEAKS - SEAFOOD - (1} 768-6462 LARGE PARTY ROOMS DUBOIS COUNTY OLD TIONL L4NCOI YOUR FIVE STAR SERVICE Completes Josephite Study Program Father Earl Rohleder of Evansville has recently completed a period of study in the African American Catholic Ministries Program at St. Joseph's Seminary in Washington, D.C. The program is sponsored by the National Black Catholic Congress in conjunction with the DeSales School of Theology. It is an accredited program for those who minister in African American Catholic parishes. Father Rohleder is the pastor of St. John Church, Evansville. The program included such areas as study of Black Theology and Spiritual Study, Story ...... Telling and the Oral Tradition, Evangelization, Lay Ministry Development and Leadership, Preaching the Word, Liturgy and Inculturation, and African History in the Catholic Church. Acies -- a grace-filled occasion Msgr. Roman F. Vollmer, a retired priest of the Diocese of Evansville, was the featured speaker at the Legion of Mary's annual renewal of Consecration to Mary, held at St. Mary Church, Evansville, March 20. In preparing for the occasion, Msgr. Vollmer wrote, "There are few moments or events in our lives, excluding sacramentals and liturgical celebrations, that are as 'grace-filled' and moving as the annual Legion of Mary Acies celebration." St. Thomas Church gives $5,000 The members of St. Thomas Church, Vincennes, have made a $5,000 donation to For- ward in Faith, the capital campaign of the Sisters of St. Benedict at Ferdinand. The sisters have received pledges of over $3.6 million toward their $5.1 million goal. Summer Enrichment Program being planned A summer enrichment program is in the conceptualization stage at St. Benedict Church, Evansville. Dan Hayden chairs a school board committee, which is looking for a program di- rector to get involved in the planning. Hayden said field trips and various activities will provide kids with a combination of recreation and real world learning. He believes about 30 kids will be able to take advantage of the program each day, between June 6 and Aug. 12. Applicants for the director's position may send a resume to Jeff Yando, St. Benedict School, 530 S. Harlan Ave., Evansville IN 47714. Special Day at St. Mary-of-the-Woods Governor Evan Bayh declared March 19 "Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College -- External Degree Day in Indiana," to mark the twentieth anniversary of the program. The college was among the first in the nation to provide distance education opportunities for adult women. Campaign completed Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College recently completed its five-year $15 million Sesquicen- tennial Campaign. Among benefits listed by the college are a Student Mothers Program, an exchange program with Providence University in Taiwan, development of a curriculum media center for student teachers, a new language laboratory, the Oakley Student Center and Fitness Room, and the Mari Hulman George School of Equine Studies. CUA sends thanks Brother Patrick Ellis, president of the Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., recently thanked the Diocese of Evansville for its contribution of $8,150. CUA, founded in 1887, is the nation's only higher education institution established by the U.S. bishops. Retirement fund contribution noted The people of the Diocese of Evansville have responded generously, said Sister Janet Roesener, director of the Tri-Conference Retirement Office. A check for $32,500 was sent to the fund, to help provide retirement grants for eligible religious communities and congrega- tions. Natural disasters bring generosity How generous are the people of the Diocese of Evansville? Following is a list of recent special collections in response to natural disasters. Collected for victims of the tornado which struck Petersburg and other areas in Indiana: $120,000. For victims of the hurricanes in Florida and Louisiana: $10,560. For victims of the 1993 flooding in the midwest: $47,326. To assist victims of the recent earthquake in India: $7,227. To assist earthquake victims in southern California: $9,680. The amounts listed are the totals of contributions made through the diocesan treasurer's office. Contributions made directly to persons or other agencies are not included. J Hi-Tech Sheet Residential, Industrial & Commerc Installation Sales &Servico Operated by Michael and Patricia Koch 15 S. Third MILLER & Mi $inco ORGANIST POSITION Holy Rosary Church in Evansville. bilities include two services Sunday Position expandable. Corn tive. Must be knowledgeable of ...... practice. Call 477-8923 Mo00g & Residentnal & uommerciaJ Mowing Landscape Maintenance Lawn Fertilizer and Weed Control i Featuring Scotts lawn care Shrub trimming and Call today for free estimate. 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