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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 Washington Auto Trim 27 Years Service I Notebook :!!!%: ii;ili  Garrett, at left, dips a piece of lettuce into salt water during St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh. Dr. Charlotte Bennett, and St. John students raise their cups of grape juice during -- Message photos by Mary Ann Hughes 'the Diocese .... and talents Group at Sts. Peter and Paul Church, Petersburg, via- they sang songs and worked puzzles, UJust: to see a race made the elders joy/'ul," said Teresa Osborne,. Celebrates Gettelfin. of the Dio- was or- 11,1989. a resi- n Maria, his birth- Wildeman, aPh Church, cele- 7. Hut of Celebrates his Anniversaries of ordination Father Firmus Dick, pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Schnellville, was ordained a priest April 4, 1954. Father John Lefler, a mem- ber of the Clergy Assistance Pool, was ordained a priest April 6, 1957. Father Joseph Ziliak, pastor of St. John the Baptist Church of Newburgh, was or- dained a priest April 7, 1962. Parish Council at Sacred Heart Larry Sievers is chairman of the parish council at Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes. Tom Blair is vice-chairman and Della Kowalski is SecrerY. Other council members in- clude Mary Brouillette, Leona Corm, Lou Ann Gilbert, Va- lerie Grumleaux, Phil Pier- pont, Antoinette Sievers and Mitch Thais. Anniversaries at Sacred Heart Congratulations to couples at Sacred Heart Church, Vin- cennes, celebrating March wed- ding anniversaries: Darwin and Cecilia Ryder, 64 years; Robert and Rose Marie Gru. mieaux, 43 years. , i Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724, Celebrating Passover Two-hundred-and-eighty stu- dents and faculty members at St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh, gathered in the school cafeteria March 24 for a Jewish Passover meal. Every student and teacher sat down to plates filled with hard- boiled eggs, lettuce, grapes, matzah, and a mixture of apples and raisins. There were also cups of grape juice on the tables. The meal began with a bless- ing and an explanation of Passover. "We have gathered to celebrate the Passover, our feast of freedom and of God's saving love for his people. When the Is- raelites were slaves in Egypt, the Lord God sent Moses to de- liver His people from the slav- ery. The Israelites never forgot the night they left Egypt. For more than 3,000 years they have celebrated the Passover, thank- ing God for listening to their prayers and freeing them from slavery." During the celebration, Kathie Kruse, St. John's music teacher, led the students and teachers in songs and dances. As part of the meal, the stu- dents heard the story of the de- liverance of the Jews from Egypt. They also heard an expla- nation of the symbolism of the foods on their plates. For exam- ple, the lettuce is placed on the table as a "sign of the meager diet our fathers had in Egypt. It is dipped in salt water to remind us of the tears our fathers shed when they were slaves." The eggs symbolize the required of- fering brought to the temple on all festival days. "It also reminds us of our sorrow over the de- struction of the temple." State competition Two Marian tleights Acad- emy students will compete in the Indiana High School Foren- sic Association State Tourna- ment on April 9. Gwynne Cameron and Meg Fortney placed first and second in re- gional competition March 19. i Honors program Jamie Jones, a student at Memorial High School, Evansville, has been selected to participate in the Indiana Uni- versity Honors Program in Ger- many. Symposium Emily Liffick and Lynn Batema, students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, at- tended Senator Richard Lugar's 17th annual Symposium for To- morrow's Leaders in Indianapo- lis. Top speller Pam Mayer represented Holy Cross School, Fort Branch, in the Gibson County spelling bee. Geography bee Jacob Weisi a student at St. James School, St. James, has qualified to participate at the state level of the National Geog- raphy Bee. The state bee will be held April 8 in Indianapolis. Mater Dei's speech team Six students on Mater Dei High School's speech team have qualified for state finals. They are Aaron Couture, Tony Fehrenbacher, Chris Spahn, Lynn Batema, Leigh Ritchie and Heather Kleinachmidt ...... All-Conference Brad Turner, Scott Rogge and Greg Schuble, students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville. have been named to the SIAC All-Conference Wrestling Team. Amy Luigs has been named to the SIAC All-Conference bas- ketball team. i i nl I I I DUBOIS COUNTY BANK YOUR FIVE STAR SERVICE BANK i i HH II I I I III " Met H1-Tecn Sheet al Inc. 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