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The Message Monthly -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana April 2, General Interest Monte Cassino Hill Climb. April 3. 10 a.m.. Registration 9 a.m.. Monte Cassino Shrine. one half mile east of St. Meinrad on State Road 62. $10. Proceeds go to Saint Meinrad Seminary's CACD Special Olympics, April 28. (812) 357-6501. Guest Speaker: Nancy Fowler of Conyers, Georgia, to speak at St. Theresa Church, Evansville. April 17, 7:15 p.m. Barbara 422- 8211. April 18, 7 p.m, Mont- gomery Ruritan Building. Randy 254-4375. Bus transportation to Montgomery from Gibson County area. Reservations: Kathy 779-2141. Disaster Training for Clergy, April 20 and 27, 1 -- 3 p.m., Deaconess Hospital Auditorium. Security identification issued. Mater Dei presents: "The Hob- bit," April 22 -- 24, 7:30 p.m. April 25 2 p.m. matinee. St. Ben's Auditorium, Evansville. $4 students; $5 adults. Reservations: 426-2258 or 464-005l. Card Parties St. Philip Annual Spring Card Party, April 14, 6:30 p.m., St. Philip's Center. Sponsor: Ladies Club. Susan Martin: 985-5082 or Becky Attebury: 985-7928. Christ the King PTA "An April Day," April 22, 6:30 p.m., Christ the King School, $100 money basket raffled. Tasting table, sweets table, Chinese auction, gift certificates and handmade items. Tickets $2 at the door. Susan Mortensen: 473-1482. Breakfasts St. Rupert Easter Breakfast, after .Easter Sunday 9 a.m. Mass. St. Rupert Church, Newburgh. Menu: bacon, eggs, sausage ravv, biscuits, donuts, juice and rink. Donation requested. Classes Family and Children's Ser- vices, Evansville. Scholarship money available. 425-5181. * Middle School Self-Esteem, April 5 -- 26, 4:30 -- 6 p.m., $32. Children of Divorce- Preschoolers. Tuesdays, April 6 -- 27, 4:30 -- 5:30 p.m., $24. Self Esteem for Elementary School Kids, Thursdays, April 8 -- 29, 4:30 -- 6 p.m., $32. Remarriage: Succeeding the Second Time Around, four p.m., school all-purpose room. Music: Music Asylum. "Hurray for Spring" Singles Dance, April 3, 9 p,m. -- 1 a.m., Washington K of C Club, Corner of 4th and East Main Streets. Door prizes. Music: White Oak band. $4 at door, all area single persons invited. Dinners K of C Fish Fry Friday. April 2, 5 -- 8 p.m., St, John the Bap- tist Church, Newburgh. $4.50 large serving; $3 regular serving. Holy Cross Family Style Chicken Dinner, April 4, 11 a.m. -- 1 p.m., school cafeteria. $5 adults: $2.50 children under twelve. Carry-outs available. Marian Day School Chicken Dinner, April 4, 11 a.m. -- 1:30 p.m., D of I building, corner of Martin Luther King Blvd. and Vine Street, Evansville. Tickets: $6 adults; $2.50 children. Park- ing across from Vine Street. Easter Egg Hunt/Chicken Din- ner, April 4, Club opens 1 p.m., Easter egg hunt 3 p.m., chicken dinner 4:30 p.m., K of C Club- house, Princeton. St. Henry Barbecue Dinner, April 4, .11 a.m., CK of A Hall, everyone invited, $4 adults; $2.25 childrens. Carry-outs. Nativity Fish Dinner, every Friday of Lent except Good Fri- clay, 4:30 -- 7 p.m., at Nativity, Evansville. 50 cent coupon to- wards the next weeks dinner given with purchase. Chicken nuggets $1.99. Adults $5.50; children $2.50. Lenten Activities St. Theresa Lenten Mass, cele- brated each Monday during Lent, 7:30 p.m., followed by 15 mys- teries of the Rosary. St Benedict Lenten Presenta- tion, Wednesday evenings of Lent: Lenten Bible Study: Thurs- day evenings by Kathteen Boink and Cyndi Bickel. Registration: 425-3369. $2 fee for study guide. Stations of the Cross: Fridays 5 p.m., Mass 5:30 p.m. Organizations Ultreya: Resurrection Church, Evansville. Second Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. St. John Church, Newburgh. Fourth Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. Holy Cross Church, Fort Branch. Thursdays, April 15 -- May 6, Third Tuesday of the month at 7 6 m.7:30 p.m, $32 per person or p.m. St. Mary Church, Evans. $48 per cottple..: -i ..... ; :   ville. Every Monday at 6 p,m. Providence Home, Jasper. Health Matters Center, Evans- Fourth Monday of the monthat 7 ; [.J:: [79:4"U0. :: ...... p.m. .... - Siblings Class, 0ne session program, 6:30  8 p.m., 3 years , Princeton Knights of Colum- and older. Aril 6 a nt 20. $6pet bus Extra Large Rummage and child.  ..... "'=' ' .... :'" Bake Sale, April 31 8:30 a;ml Helping Smokers Quit, four- 3:30 p.m. at K of C Hall, Prince- week, six-session course. Begins April 12. 7  8:30 p.m. $60 per persom Registration deadline: April 6. : Refrdshar Childbirth Class, three-session'course, April 15, 7  9 p.m., Fee: $25 per couple. Registration deadline: April 13. Mother and Infant care classes,'one-session program, April 19, 7--9 p.m. $10. Regis- tration deadline: .April 15. Prepared Childbirth, six- week course, April 24 10 a.m. noon, April 26 and 29" 7 -- 9 p.m. S40 per couple. Dances St. Matthew Men's Club Coun- try Dance, April 3, 8:30 -- 11:30 ton: Chili and sandwiches avail- able. Holy Family Fraternity Monthly Meeting, April 4, 2 p.m., Monastery of St. Clare, Evansville, Holy Mass 4 p.m. All invited. lnfa-Life Seekers Dream Vaca. lion, drawing April 24. Grand prize: Seven-day Caribbean Cruise for two and $500 spend- l,g mone. Five other prizes aaiLaom, rroceeds benefit area hospital high-risk nurseries. Teresa Blankenberger: 963-1941. Parish Events Charismatic Mass, April 4. /iii i team, the Kentucky Wildcats. Above are students in Katie Schwenk,s praise 6:15 p.m., Mass 7 p.m. Christ the King parish, Evans- ville. Speaker: Father John Judie of Louisville. Vacation Bible School, organi- zational meeting for planning, April 5, 7 p.m., Catholic Commu- nity Center of Washington. Those wisbing to help in plan- ning welcome Concert at St. Johns, New- burgh, Steve and Annie Chap- man. April 18, 7:15 p.m. Tickets available at Evansville area Christian book stores. St. John's, Schnu(:ks Newburgh and Plaza Pharmacy; $5 advance; $6 at door; S4 each if ten or more. Nursery provided. (812) 853- 6181. Washington Catholic Schools Car Raffle, Drawing May 7, 1993 Cutlass Supreme SL, only 600 tickets sold. $50 each. 254-6618. Praise and Adoration Session, May 16, 3 p.m., Christ the King, Evansville. Jim Cowan, music di- rector of Stubenville. Retreats/ workshops A Special Journey to Self-Dis. covery and Spiritual Transfor- mation, March 31 -- April 2., Kordes Enrichment Center, Fer- dinand. $150, includes program, meals and accomodations. (812} 367-2777 or 1-800-880-2777. of Light. Front entrance of Monastery. Pre-Cana, April 18, 1 -- 5 p,m., Precious Blood Church, Jasper. Fees and registration due two weeks before scheduled date. $20 not refundable, Catholic Charities Bureau: 423- 5456. K of C Sunrise Service, April 18, rosary 7:40 a.m., Mass 8 a.m. Father Iqirsch. Buffet breakfast following Mass. Reservations for buffet: loyce 423-2734. Prayer and Fellowship Group, Tuesday evenings, 7 -- 8 p.m., Resurrection Church, Evansville. Stephanie Pfister: . Pray for day 3 p.m., St. Church, VincenneS; Mercy Chaplet prayed' : Divine Mercy Tuesdays, 6:30 p.m., Church, Washington. welcome. Please send infornll BULLETIN BOAR! Housman, The Box 4169, Evansville, The deadline for the Friday Red Mass is April 29 The third annual Red Mass will be celebrated at 8 Thursday, April 29, at St. Mary's Catholic Church town Evansville. Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfinger will be the main of the Red Mass, which is being sponsored by the St. Thomas More Society of Southwestern Society is an association of Catholic lawyers. Rabbi Arthur J. Abrams from Temple Adath in Evansville will be the guest speaker. The Mass is open to the public. Enhancing Public Relations Skills and Professional Image Workshop, April 22, 8:30 a.m. -- 3 p.m., Kordes Enrich- ment Center, Ferdinand. $50, in- cludes lunch. Registration dead- line: April 15. Spiritual Life Sisters of St. Benedict Holy Week Services: Public invited. * April 15, 7:30 p.m., Evening Mass of the Lord's Supper. Monastery Church. . April 16, 3 p.m., Celebration of the Lord's Passion. Monastery church. o April 17, 7:30 p.m., Vigil of Readings. Monastery Church. " April 18, 5:15 a.m,, Service AWORLDOF AT MARIAN HEIGHTS n independent Catholic- affiliated boarding and day school committed to education since 1870, where young women, grades 9-12, learn and grow in a welcoming, support- ive and muhiculmral environ- ment. College preparatory curriculum with a 7:1 student/ teacher ratio. Foreign language immersion; environmental studies; free arts. Interscholastic i SlWs; riding. Community sere- [ ice. Educational travel through- \\; out the U.S. and to countries. Lovely 1 hour northeast Ooe Marian Heights 812 E. lOth Street FtnvdJnand, IN 47552 Telephone Toll Free: !; : =