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"' 17, 1992 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 13 I ! page 7 the Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Languages. They are Lucas Amodio, Brian Kerr and Karen Rusche. hieners a! St. Matthew Mount Vernon, have for playgroun(l nt through a henefi! included Sue aeier, Belly Stiles, Schaffstein, John Dianna Morrow, Ken Paula Goehel, Dave nd Ruth Ritzert. s canned drive ts at Memorial High collected for the St. Vincent de The canned food sponsored by the stu- and the student and staff partici- Program Students at Memorial Evansville, have eCted to participate in Music awards Students at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, received 17 first division and three sec- ond division ratings in the an- nual Indiana Music Association District contests. DeAnna Caudillo, Meg Fort- ney, Amy Johnson an(t Laura Ort are eligible for stale audi- lions. Sahrina Gazda, Carolyn Jones, Catherine Keegan and Franceska Schofield received first division ratings in voice. Grant received Christ the King School, Evansville, has received a $500 grant from the George L. Mesker Music Trust, according to Helene Hunter, principal. The grant money will be used to bring an opera education program to stu- dents at both Christ the King and Holy Rosary schools. MASS OF THE DEAF Nativity Catholic Church 3635 Pollack Ave. Voice: 476-7186 TTY: 476-4646 1st Saturday of each month  5:00 p.m. I llowed by Pitch-In Dinner, Fun & Games Very other weekend on Sunday, 11:00 a.m. [St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, IN , 3600-1212 Saturday, Except 1st. Sat., 5:00 p.m. VOICE AND AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE Confirmation preparation Eighth graders at St. Theresa School, Evansville, help Sister Jennifer Miller, O.S.B., prepare information for students who will be confirmed this fall. The Saints Fifth graders at Flaget School, Vincennes, have spent time during Lent learn- ing about the saints. Left, the students dress like saints. They are Andy Deal, Amber Willis, Courtney Moss, Nick Vieck, Matt Simpson, Sara Curry, Teresa Stangle, Jamie Carte and Chelsea Niehaus. Construction '/'o Begin Price Increase 00;:]aeduled PRINCIPAL St. Joseph School, since 1953, a rural setting in scenic Southern Indiana. Dedicated faculty of 8, 150 students, grades 1-8. The ideal candidate will be certified in (or eligible for) Elementary School Administration in Indiana, a practic- ing Catholic, recommended by OCE, and be an experi- enced administrator (limited teaching and computer lit- erary preferred). Send resume/inquiry to: Principal Search Committee St. Joseph Church 312 E. High Street Corydon, Indiana 47112 ST. JOSEPH CHAPEL MAUSOLEUM Act now, prior to the discontinuation of our low pre-construction Prices, and realize a significant savings! It nuat be done sometime. Why not now ? Tie payment plans available. For further information, mail this coupon to: St. Joseph Chapel Mausoleum St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery 2500 Mesker Park Drive, Evansville, IN 47720 (812) 423-6032 Name Address City Zip Phone Parish (M-4/17) r i _j Director of Music/Liturgy Coordinator Full time position for Director of Music and Liturgy Coordinator in 900 family suburban parish, near Indianapolis. Needs organ, piano and vocal skills to direct music persons and choir planning for all liturgies; adult and children's choirs. MA in liturgy and/or strong music skills required. Competative salary and benefits. Position open June 1. Send resume and/or write for job description to: Worship Search Committee 9900 E. 191st Street Noblesville, IN 46060 (317) 773-4275