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April 14, 1989 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana , 00round the Diocese 7 Bishop Buechlein, priests celebrate anniversaries Seven high school classmates celebrated the 25th anniversary of their ordination to the Priesthood with a special Mass and reception at St. Joseph Church, Princeton on April 6. They are Father Jim Blessinger from Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes; Father John David- Son from St. Joseph Church, Jasper; Father Raymond Kuper, di ctor of the Office of Catholic Education; Father John Schipp fr n Holy Family Church, Jasper; Father Edward Schneider from St. Joseph Church, Princeton; Father Ted Tempel from St. Theresa Church, Evansville, and Bishop Daniel Buechlein, bishop of the Diocese of Memphis. During the homily, Bishop Buechlein asked the question, "Why would six bright men chose to be priests and why would they remain priests during troubled times?" One answer was that they became priests because of their belief that "honesty and integrity are the heart of interior peace and authentic freedom." He added that these men trusted that the kingdom of God is where we will find "some ultimate sense in human suffering." Bishop Buechlein believes they were able to be faithful to the priesthood over the past 25 years because "first and foremost they remained priests who prayed. Faithful prayer is the key to fidelity to God and people." Happy Birthday! Father Robert Bultman of St. Francis Xavier Church, Vincen- nes, celebrates his birthday April 21. Seven high school classmates recently gathered at St. Joseph Church, Princeton, for a Mass to elebrate their 25th anniversaries of ordination to the priesthood. Attending the Mass were Bishop !ancis R. Shea and Bishop Daniel Buechlein of the Diocese of Memphis. Bishop Buechlein was one of e seven celebrants; he also gave the homily during the Mass. Also celebrating their anniver- aries of ordination were Father Jim Blessinger, Father John Davidson, Father Raymond Kuper, ler Johq Schipp, Father Edward Schneider and Father Ted Tempel. :!ii:!!iii:: 00.nn.versar00 Please send information for Father Robert Nemergut of St. PEOPLE to Mary Ann Hughes, John Church, Evansville, The Message, P.O. Box 4160, celebrates the anniversary of his Evansville, IN 47724. The ordination to the priesthood deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the April 22. Friday before publication date. Transition Bishop Francis R. Shea pauses amid boxes and cartons of per- serial belongings, to reflect on some of the mementos collected in more than 19 years as Bishop of Evansville. Bishop Shea packed his belongings in preparation for the arrival of Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfinger this week. -- Message Photo by Paul Leingang Bishop Francis R. Shea is presented with a special insert from Mater Dei High School's student !e spaper by Mater Dei students from left, Alan Inkenbrandt, layout editor; Susan Dayton, editor, .m Paula Kiesel, reporter. The special insert included articles about Bishop Shea and his contribu. Oas to the Diocese of Evansville. -- Message Photo by Mary T. Ellert A special tribute to Bishop Shea Journalism students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, designed and wrote articles for a special insert for their student newspaper titled "Goodbye, Bishop Shea." The issue included articles titled "Significant moments in Bishop Shea's career," "Bishop's office touches lives of many," and "A day in the life of Bishop Shea.',' There was also a Happy Birthday! Madonna Meyer, principal at St. Joseph School, Princeton, celebrates her birthday April 18. Scholars Academy Mike Kula and Jill Braddock have been nominated as can- didates to the newly created sum- mer program Indiana Governor's Scholars Academy. The program is sponsored by the Indiana Department of Education. Both are sophomores at Memorial High School, Evansville. photograph of Bishop Shoe Advanced delivering a homily during a Mass at Mater Dei noting, "His presence has been a frequent part of Mater Dei community life." delivering a homily during a Mass at Mater Dei noting, "His presence has been a frequent part of Mater Dei community life." One article stated, "For 19 years, Bishop Shea has served not only Mater Dei, but all the Catholic schools in the diocese. His contributions have been invaluable." Students writing articles for the insert were Susan Dayton, Paula Kiesel and Alan Inkenbrandt. Chemistry team The Advanced Chemistry team from Memorial High School, Evansville, recently took second place in the USI Chemistry com- petition. The winning school won with 121 points and Memorial's team scored 120 points. No other team broke 100. Team members include Ann Marie Dieter, Jennifer Jenkins and Becky Ritzert. First year participants were Jill Braddock, Matt Leingang, Kelly O'Neill, Nick Knowlton and Matt Stieler.