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pri126, 1991 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 3 II I Beacon Project Continued from page 1 SUpervisor of non-exempt employment (hourly workers). Plane said that his company Prefers to hire people who have SOme previous job experience. lie said technical experience is not necessarily the key. Responsibility and maturity may be more important, he said. Plane told the teachers that there were many differences between a school environment aad a work environment. In SINCE 1888 Schurn Monuments, Inc. DALE. INDIANA 937-4921 I business, he said, rewards are businesses expect workers to "They could talk directly to the not for trying, but for results, come to work, he said. kids." He said interpersonal skills Stone told the teachers that Sandra Lasher, an English were important on the job. He the qualities he sought in sum- teacher at Memorial, said she said that a worker needs in- mer job applicants were stabili- enjoyed learning about the jobs itiative, and must be one who ty and maturity, other people have in the could recognize what needed to "The tour was really good for community. be done and be able to do it. me," said Kandice Bardonner, Dave Wathen, social studies Plane said the workday world in her first year of teaching teacher at Mater Dei, is an offers less structure than the French at Memorial High Evansville native with a brother classroom world. He said School. "I just moved here from who works at Bristol-Myers employees do not often get the Indianapolis," she explained. Squibb, but he acknowledged immediate feedback students "It would be good if we could that he learned some new may get. And when schools are bring more people like that {the things about the company on closed because of snow, company representatives} into the tour. the school," Bardonner said. Wathen said the work force is It5 Better To Plan Together As Catholics, we spend a lifetime in spiritual preparation for death. Yet, many of us forget the practical preparations that should be made. The selection of a final resting place reflecting our religious beliefs is one such detail. Those Catholic couples who have yet to make their cemetery arrangements are encouraged to do so now, well in advance of need. Isn't this a decision you'd like to make together, as husband and wife, rather than alone? ST. JOSEPH CHAPEL MAUSOLEUM PHASE II Crypt selections now being offered on a pre- construction basis. Time payments are available. Call or visit the cemetery, or mail the coupon below for information. Mail to: St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery 2500 Mesker Park Drive Evansville, IN 47720 (812) 423-6032 St. Joseph Chapel Mausoleum Name Address City , Zip __ Phone  Parish _ changing because the work is changing. "There's a different atmosphere for graduates now. Now they want them to think," he said. Other participants from Mater Dei High School were Jerry Verbrugge, a teacher, and Herb Neighbors, principal. Also participating from Memorial High School were teachers, Roiann Andrew and Kathy Beck, and Del Schiavone, dean of students. Gathering in the lobby at Bristol-Myers Squibb, Thursday, April 18, are educators from Mater Dei and Memorial high schools and representatives of the host company: from left, Lewis Plane, manager of professional employment; Herb Neighbors, Mater Dei, principal; Dave Wathen, Mater Dei, social studies; Del Schiavone, Memorial, dean of students; Kathy Beck, Memorial, science and health; Donald Stone, supervisor of non-exempt employment; Roiann Andrews, Memorial, business; Sandra Lasher, Memorial, English; Kandice Bardonner, Memorial, French, and Jerry Ver-. brugge, Mater Dei, chemistry. -- Message Photo by Paul Leingang New Anglican Archbishop is ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSITION installed Director for Children's Formation Pastoral Office for Youth Formation Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana OBJECTIVE To work with religious formation leaders, catechi;ts and school teachers in Catholic elementary schools and religious education programs in curriculum formulation, design and evaluation in order to foster and develop the holistic formation of children. QUALIFICATIONS A clear sense of the mission of the Church based in a Vatican II ecclesiology, a strong personal commitment to Catholic education, well developed interpersonal skills and proficient writing skills. Candidates should have a Master's Degree in Education or Religious Education and teaching and administrative experience in Catholic Schools or Religious Education. TO APPLY: Send a letter of application, a resume and references to: Mr. Eugene Piccolo Pastoral Office for Youth Formation 2300 South Ninth Street Lafayette, Indiana 47905-2400 I HAMDEN, Conn. {CNS) -- Priests who work to improve their self-esteem can live longer, happier and more challenging lives, says William K. Larkin, a theologian- psychologist who heads the Pastoral Theological Institute in Hamden. As the present corps of U.S. priests ages, he argues, creativi- ty and healthy self, esteem among older priests are needed to overcome a "negative vi- sion" of priesthood stemming from a "debilitating stereatype of aging" in U.S. culture. Older priests are "one of the church's richest resources," he said, but if a negative image holds sway fewer young men will be attracted to the priesthood and more priests will be tempted to leave. Larkin reported his conclu- sions in a before-and-after study of 56 priests who atterided seminars he gave last year at the National Institute for Priests in South Orange, N.J., and who volunteered to participate in a follow-up program. The program, he said, con- sisted of doing 12 weeks of "cognitive, behavioral and spiritual e.xercises" in a "Self- Esteem Workbook" he has writ- ten. u l , u m Peoples Trust Company. 59 SOUTH MAIN STFtEET P.O. BOX 191 LINTON, INDIANA 47441 L = i