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:iiiiii!i ,': , The Message --for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana ' m o, O,.erence- ook,ng at prejud,ce, dnscrurnnnat,on and juniors from differences, lasting legacy of respect and co ......... : .......  : Catholic, The goals of the program are operation; 1t and Memorial high to actively involve a diverse lofDif- reduce prejudice, discrimi- group of individuals whose gen- !ast Tuesday. nation and racism; der, socio-economic class, her- is a diversity promote awareness and ap- itage, experience, physical abil- awareness preciation of racial, religious, ities, age, sexual orientation, combat ethnic and other differences intellectual perspective, and be- and discrimi- through stimulating activities; liefs represent different racial, teach respect for create a meaningful and religious or ethnic perspectives. Students attending the pro- gram from Rivet High School, Vincennes, included sophomores Lynne Nowaskie and Julia Kocher, and juniors James Stiles, Michael Carandang, Miranda Rice and Allyson Turner. They were accompanied by Franciscan Sister Barbara James. Mayvee Smith talks with sophomores and juniors from Students attending from Rivet, Washington Catholic, Mater Dei and Memorial high Washington Catholic High schools during the World of Difference Institute. School included sophomores Ben -- Message photo by Maw Ann Hughes Hopkins, Amanda Tieken and Erin Wichman, and juniors School, Evansville, accompa- mores Laura Reising, ChristyUl- Julie Hilderbrand and Mark nied Memorial students Kristie rich, Natalie Emge and Jeremy Brothers. They were accompa- Leavell, Rachel Howard, Alena Hermann, and juniors Tom Tray- nied by their theology teacher Stransky, Adam Sandefur, Karl lor, John Werner, Anna Hoang Suzanne Webb. Staser and Brandon Oak. and Vanessa Jansen. They were Linda Eberhard, assistant. Mater Dei students attending accompanied by religion teacher principal at Memorial High the institute included sopho- Father Mark Kurzendoerfer. Father Mark O'Keefe elected President-Rector at St. Meinrad !ii : The Board of Trustees of Academic Dean of the School of Saint Meinrad College and Theology, a position hehas held SchoolofTheology elected Bene- since September. He served as dictine Father Mark O'Keefe as Associate Academic Dean for President-Rector of the Schools, five years prior and has been a April 27. His five-year term will member of the Board of begin May 19. Trustees for the Schools since The new President-Rector 1992. In addition, he teaches succeeds Benedictine Father moral theology in the School of Eugene Hensell, who has served Theology and is an Ethics Con- as President-Rector for nearly sultant for Memorial Hospitalin 10 years. Jasper and for St. Mary's Medi- "I'm very .l-,appy about the cal Center in Evansville. election of Fr. Mark O'Keefe as The son of Tomiyo Domitsu 1 the President-Rector of our Nakajima and the late William FATHER O'KEEFE Schools," said Archabbott Lain- O'Keefe of Ferdinand, Father bert Reilly, Chairman of the O'Keefe was born in Shirley, Arts degree in History from Board ofTrustees. "He brings to Mass., Aug. 2, 1956. He pro- Saint Meinrad College, a Mas- this very important position fessed vows as a Benedictine ter of Arts in Religious Studies were chRnenged to youth, ability and the back- monk of Saint Meinrad in 1979 from Indiana University, and a ground of a good monk. Fr. and was ordained a priest in Master of Divinity from Saint up with anything out of Mark is well-educated, a good 1983. Meinrad School of Theology. teacher, a gentle, understanding He holds a doctorate in sacred He has authored two books: ! creating person and a firm leader. God theology from the Catholic Uni- Becoming Good, Becoming Holy hasblessed us with this choice." versity of America and had pre- and What Are They Saying ....... carton, Father O'Keefe is currently viously earned a Bachelor of About SociaISin? Mary Ann Hughes People we care ai00out. . . NALLY .1.1 FollowingisafeatureintheMessage, designedtohelpdrawtogetherthePeopleofGodin southwestern Indiana, Readers are invited to submit information about people who may benefit Usic You've been asking for is here" by some extra prayers and attention. . 0ver 50 minutes of beautiful music.., exquisite Prayers are requested for Carole Verkamp who is suffering with cancer. She is a member of by recording artist Keith Wells,.." St. Joseph Church, Jasper. Be Not Afraid Please send information for PEOPLE WE CARE ABOUT to Mary Ann Hughes, The le's Winas ,.o .,o,, ,,, ,.. V-- I I i i, Is Hosea (812)254.2641 MUENSTERMAN'SFIRESTONE = Ed. L. Lee ,, And many Morel,, '"' BUILDING Not sold in Stores SERVICE, INC. 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