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!994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 Notebook 1.0ur Kids Catholic schools in" of Evansville have in the Helping ect. project, under- Pepsi Cola Bank, provides through the sale which partici- project, their profits will use their King School, technology. hristi School, 1,462, camcorder, iepherd School, tape player, cart, furnish- School, 0, eighth uation trip, sixth Camp Ondesonk, sary School, ology. pirit School, ,467, technology. School, nology. School, School, Van- $1,550, School, technology. Consol- ol, Evansville: ms School, Fort School, Rock- port: $1,674, CD player, dictio- naries for classrooms, weekly readers, Teacher Appreciation Day items. St. James School, St. James: $1,181.50, furnishings, technology. St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh: $2,533, carts, technology. St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon: $2,201.50, technology. Sts. Peter and Paul School, Haubstadt: $1,487.50, overhead, problem-solving videos, bookracks. St. Philip School, St. Philip: $1,513, technology. St. Wendel School, St. Wendeh $1,606.50, technology. Mater Dei High School, Evansville: $3,800. Memorial High School, Evansville:.$1,079 school as- signment guides for students, technology. Happy Birthday! Dennis Bradley, principal at Washington Catholic High School and Washington Catholic Middle School, cele- brates his birthday May 7. A new staff member at St. Matthew Sister Rachel Neveu is the newest member of the staff at St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon. lation . A. Gettelfin. of the Dio- was or- 7, 1961. 4, 1991. Father Ron Zgunda, pastor of St. Mary Church, Washing- ton, was ordained a priest May 6, 1977. Father Mark Kurzendoer- fer, administrator of Holy An- gels Church, New Harmony, was ordained a priest May 8, 1981. y! Red Mass Traylor, committee of Our Lady of College Jity in Leuven, his birthday Tempel, Shepherd celebrates Vollmer, a Evans- is birthday lather Gre- of St. Evansville, Priest May 2, David astor of reh, Evans- a priest May Members of the Red Mass Committee include Father Stephen Lintzenieh, pastor at St. Mary Church, Evansville, Sister Darlene Boyd, a mem- ber of the Sisters for Christian Community and pastoral associ- ate at St. Mary's, Gerald A. A1. lega, Diane Bender, Brian Carroll, Sheila Corcoran, James Flynn, Mary Lee Franke, Ronald Hobgood, Tim Hubert, Mary Ann Hughes, Timothy Klingler, Robert Musgrave, Michael Mitchell, Ole Olsen Jr., David Robinson and Stephen Thomas. The fourth annual Red Mass will be celebrated at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, May 5, at St. Mary's Catholic Church in downtown Evansville. Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfinger will be the main cel- ebrant of the Red Mass, which is being sponsored by members of L COUNTY BANK OLD NATIONAL BANCORP Member FDIC STAR SERVICE BANK r Sister Neveu, who is spending two weeks at St. Matthew, is a novice at Monastery Immacu- late Conception, Ferdinand. She taught in elementary schools for 13 years. Earth Day posters Nicholas Mason and Billy Sanders, students at St. Matthew School, Mount Ver- non, received second place awards for the G.E. Earth Day posters. Undefeated The Resurrection School track team was undefeated for the season. The team received the first place trophy for the sea- son and the tourney. Craig Macke, a third grader, won first place in the Mater Dei and Bloomington freestyle tour- naments at the midget 50 lb. class. Ben Maeke, a first grader, won second place at Mater Dei and fifth place at Bloomington in Bantam 45 lb. class Artists recognized Four art students at Mater Del High School, Evansville, were recognized at the 31st an- nual Art Show sponsored by the Evansville Museum Guild. Zak Oliver, John W. Street- man Best of Show award, Best of Drawing Award, first place. Paul Clements, Best of Painting awards second place, Arts Council of Southwestern In- diana Purchase Award. Josh Tucker, Best of Graphic Awards third place. Jewell Beyer, Best of Com- mercial Design Awards honor- able mention. Mater Dei's speech team Seven members of Mater Dei's speech team advanced to the semi-final round and two ad- vanced to the final round. Stephen Schaefer, Chris Spahn, Tony Fehrenbacher, Leigh Ritchie, Heather Klein- sehmidt, Aaron Couture and Lynn Batema advanced to semi-finals. Chris Spahn and Leigh Ritchie than advanced to the final round. Spahn placed sixth and Ritchie was in a four- See SCHOOL page 11 Donations at Resurrection Students at Resurrection School, Evansville, collected $689.78 for St. Jude's Hospital by participating in the Math-a- thon. Students in grades kinder- garten through four collected $1,022.92 for Easter Seals by participating in the Hop-N-Ing. the St. Thomas More Society of Southwestern Indiana. Gifts from the quilters The quilters at St. John Church, Loogootee, have do- nated $125 for the painting of the statues of Mary, St. Joseph and the Risen Christ, which adorn the church, and the Teaching Christ which adorns the entrance of the church, ac- cording to Father Leo Kiesel, pastor. Resignation Dean Schaefer is stepping down as from the coordinators position at St. Joseph Church, Evansville. She has "master- minded the Sunday Dinners as Women Club President," accord- ing to Father Fred Englert, mstor. II I iii iii i Main Street Pharmacy 217 E. Main SL, Downtown Waslngton Phone: 254-5141 ....,==.,,=,,...,.I==,..=',.. RUXER The Mission Eighth graders at Holy Redeemer School, Evansville, re- cently staged the play, "The Mission," which portrayed the plight of the homeless in America. Cast members in- cluded, front row, left, Lora Stephens, Beth Ritzert, Julie Buedei, Andrew Coomes, Chris Maynard, Aaron Wilson, Matthew Walker, back row, left, Natalie Rasler, Lorl Dubord, Emily Knapp, Stephanie Rexing, Brian Will, Nell Kassenbrock, Ryan Hayden, Jim Oskins, Anthony Turi, Erin Stutsman and Terra Muensterman were also cast members. Luke Afive Members of the children's choir at Precious Blood School, Jasper, recently presented the sacred musical drama, "Luke Alive." The 35-member choir, with students in grades two, three and four, dramatized, spoke and sang of the Easter Gospel account of Luke. The program was di- rected by Sister Gloria Memering. Above, Cody Voegerl, Nick Hopf, Jase Aders and Luke Mehringer perform. 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