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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 15 eighth grade basketball team at St. Benedict School, Evansville, has tournament championship. The St. Benedict reserve team won teams are coached by Jeff Byrley and Mark Hurt. Continued from page 7 Academy's speech team places third Members of the speech team at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, placed third at sec- tional competition and captured a sectional trophy in forensics. Placing first were Gwynne Cameron and Meg Fortney. Also qualifying for regional com- petition were Larissa Naylor, Naisha Russell and Tara Gan- non. Newspaper in Education During Newspaper in Educa- tion Week, three students at St. Bernard School, Rockport, had their editorials published in The Spencer County Journal De- mocrat. They included Greg Evrard, Eric Scott Fisher and Nicole Schulte. Matt Benton, also a St. Bernard student, submitted a winning ad in the Design-an-Ad Contest. Rigali said priorities of[ the local church "will always i be affirmed in close connec-| tion with those of the univer' I sal church," :In his homily I during :his installation Mass March 16,: the archbishop dressed an overflow crowd of more than 2,000 people,i inclUding nine cardinals, a hundred bishops and about 500 priests, at the St, uis CathedraL, ship by the Book Stewards strive to conform to that of Christ m empty- elves of all pride and themselves at the service of TOR OF MINISTRIES sUbUrban parish on Evansville's Seeking director of Ministries personally and to orches- and enable many volunteers in of ministry. Position begins With salary range beginning ,000. B.A. in pastoral care pre- 'APplications needed by May 1. I'Ioly Redeemer Parish Office, Rd., Evansville, Indiana l%r more information call Fr. at 424-8344. Washington Auto Trim 27 Years Service Winter Olympics Fourth graders at Holy Cross School, Fort Branch, partic- ipated in their own version of the Winter Olympics. Events included ping pong hockey and ice melting; an Academic Olympics was also held. Above, Chase Channell and Travis Kiesel participate in the two-man bobsled com- : petition. II AUTO TOPS. SEAT COVERS. BOAT COVERS STEREO SALES 8, INSTALLATIONS 254-3943 HWY 50 EAST, BEHIND UPS CENTER EUGENE WELP, OWNER COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Auto! Home! Fire & Life! Your Personal Service Agent James L. Will Ins. Agency Inc. 1925 W Franklin Street 425-3187 ii iii1 I  i a qualified person to serve as OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION " .,-,T ,._ttSxl,, SEn.c. CO..,=EE Holy Family Church ) Church Avenue  Jasper, IN 47546 of Southwestern Indiana MAY 1 DEADLINE formerly The Bishop's Fund/ADk --- Much more than a new name---