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0  The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana .'Tetelestai'passion play coming to By PAUL R. LEINGANG Message editor sponsored by the Gibson Coun- The ages of the performers ty Ministerial Association. No admission will be charged, but a free will offering will be taken. Malak said the bus trans- portation for her 100-plus troupe will cost $6,000, and the ordinary expenses of mounting the weekend performances is $2,500. She is hoping people will be generous. All of the performers are vol- unteers, including the executive director. "We don't believe in charging for the Lord's gospel," Malak said. If you go to see Tetelestai, Pat Malak promises that you will "have a faith experience/' It is "not just a play" that you are going to see. Tetelestai, meaning "It is fin- ished," will be presented by the Cleveland Performing Arts Min- istries at Princeton Community High School Princeton, on April 3, 4 and 5. Malak is the organi- zation's executive director. The performances are co- Tetelestai cast members who recently visited Princeton include, from left, Debbie Gilbert, range from one-and-a-half to 70, and all of the people arrange vacation and personal days off from work, or excused absences from school, to participate. "Prayers are answered, peo- ple's lives are changed," said Malak, both within the cast and within the audience. People who come to see the performance "wilt experience the last week of Jesus' life, from his triumphal entry into Jerusalem, to his trial, a very graphic cruci- fixion, and resurrection." Kathy Smith, Richard Bauer, Jo Brantweine and Pat Malak. Now available 1998 Edition of the Yearbook of the Catholic Diocese of Evansville Names and phone numbers of parishes and schools, priests and religious, deacons, seminarians, church staff, Catholic Center offices, and more. Available at the Catholic Center for $7.50, or by mail for $9 (includes shipping and handling). Send requests to: 1998 Yearbook, The Catholic Center P.O. Box 4169 Evansville, IN 47724-0169 The combination of music and spoken word was originat- ed by two Lutheran lay persons about 30 years ago. Auditions are held for the roles each sum- mer. Twenty-four performances are scheduled each year, from the weekend before Ash Wednesday until Good Friday. The cast members are a mixed faith group, Malak said. "What binds them together is the love of the Lord Jesus." Performances are the Princeton School, Friday, Saturday, April Sunday, April 5 at time. Dr. Jane 474 1111 S Green FRIDAYS OF LENT Fish Fry February 27, March 6, 13, 20, 27, 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. CATFISH FILETS Dinner includes fried or baked, large, boneless, veggies, drink, combread or our famous cheese biscuits #K $6.00 adults & youth over age 10 $2.00 Family Buster! 1 child, (under 10) with 1 adult (chicken nuggets or small fish & all the NATIVITY 3635 Pollack Avenue Avu (between S. Green River Road St Vann 476-7186 Youth Ministry Coortlinator . A young parish in the Archdiocese of lis is accepting applications for a ministry coordinator to begin July 1. should have a commitment to the vision Catholic Youth Ministry, a bachelor'S religious studies or related field, and a Must be a self-starter and motivated to laboratively with volunteers and paJ Salaried position with benefits. Send r6sum6 and three letters of Sts. Francis and Clare, Youth Mini 5901 Olive Branch Rd. Greenwood, IN 46143 FII SEI