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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Leadership team is elected in Oldenb A new five-member leader- ship team has been elected by the Sisters of St. Francis, Old- enburg, Ind. Elected for six year terms were Franciscan Sisters Mar- jorie English, Amy Kistner, Maureen Irvin, Christa Franzer and Barbara Piller. Sister Kistner, currently pastoral minister at a parish at Queen of All Saints Church, Beattyvil]e, Ky., will take the position of Congregational Minster. Sister Kistner has held positions in parishes and schools, as teacher and princi- pal in elementary education, and as Director of Novices for her community. Sister Barbara Piller was elected as First Councilor. She is currently the Director of As- sociates for her community. She has held positions in parish ministry and in educa- tion as principal, religion teacher and music instructor. Other leadership team mem- bers are Sister Franzer, cur- rently assistant treasurer at Oldenburg; Sister English, cur- rently in campus Ministry at Xavier University in Cincin- nati; and Sister Irvin, cur- rently vocation director for her community. The five-member leadership team will assume office July 2. They were elected during the community's "Session of Elec- tions," April 5 -- 10. Following a communal discernment process, the five sisters were elected by ballot, The election session followed an early General Chapter meeting in February, during which discussions and speak- ers focused on the topic of "In- terdependence" and how this issue will influence the lives and ministries of the Olden- burg Franciscans in the Twenty-first Century. Members of the new leadership team for the Oldenburg Franciscans ciscan Sisters Marjorie English, Amy Kistner, Maureen Irvin, C Barbara Piller. ii i   D'O'W'N'T'O'W'N 301 MAIN ST. VINCENNES, IN 47591 == H t MILLER & MI ,,Funeral snco Liturgy meeting Father Gary Dobrzynski, from Gary, Ind., works on a doc- ument on his lap top computer. He and Kathleen Sullivan- Stewart, center, from Chicago, led a discussion of pro- posed changes in the Catholic marriage ritual, at a meeting of liturgists from Indiana and Illinois at Sarto Retreat House, Evansville. Sheila McLaughlin, also from the Archdiocese of Chicago, right, looks on as the wording of a statemement is discussed. The Region VII conference of the Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions was held April 29-30. lill Ill I Following is a feature in the Message, designed to help draw together the People of God in southwestern Indiana. Readers are invited to submit information about people who may benefit by some extra prayers and attention. Beulah Evans, the former executive director'of the Catholic Education Foundation, is recuperating at her home following a car accident. "She's not able to get around too good and she's using a walker," said Carolyn Mueller, a secretary at the Catholic Center. "She's having a lot of pain in her back." Evans served as CEF's executive director for 14 years; she retired at age 87. Her address is 1100 Erie Avenue, Apartment 712, Evans- ville IN 47715. Please send information for PEOPLE WE CARE ABOUT to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. ill i II i II i I ii i ii i Depressed? Suicidal? Feeling Hopeless7 THE HELP LINE 1-800-852-7279 We offer FREE, confidential assessments and help! BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER IVF_,IIRIML A HosPrrAL And ][-t[catltL, (-;t1- 4C:erlfter SX) Wet t.)l'h ."trc't"t & J;,ts,]Hc'|. Ill(tt,;l'l'J;I & H|/RH-:l'|-r It IIH I I I RESTAURANT SPECIALIZING IN DELICIOUS GERMAN FOOD PRIME RIB CHARBROILED STEAOK " COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN SEAFOODS * SALAD BAR BANQUET ROOM FOR PRIVATE PARTIES FOR ALL YOUR CARRING NEEDS, CALL ; Hwy. 162S. 393 3rd. Ave., Jasper, IN STEEL ROOFING "Over 30 semi loads in stock" 36" COY. #1 std. white $39.95 sq (Prem. & Colors Slightly Higher) 24" cov. 26 ga. white $29.95 sq. #2 metal $19.95 to $36.95 sq. Scrap metal Panels $16.95 sq. 5v Galv. In Stock 1-1/2 Galv. Corr. In Stock 2-1/2 Galv. Corr. In Stock OVERHEAD DOORS HUNDREDS IN STOCK 9 x 7 INSULATED $209.95 TRUSS RAFTERS ANY SIZE UP TO 80' SPAN POST BLDG. PACKAGES Any Size -- Call for Free Quotes EXCELLENT PRICES Daviess Co. Metal Hyw. 50 E., Cannelburg. 4 mi. E. Montgomery 812-295-5770 15% Senior Discount Every Monday! Groups, Please Call 812-486-3977 For Reservations Guided Tours Available Just off Hwy 50 Montgomery, Indiana DON'S LAWN MOWING CLEANING PRUNING' GUTTERING - CLEANED AND 479-3536 "Where customers send_ -'. Open nrghtly ttl 9 P." & OLD US 231 SOUTH - JASPER, IR - Did You Know: OLDS CIERA is most trouble free car made i n Funeral Homes Four HIGHL 83O Convenient Locatione Amish Your Homemade E Open Mon. thru Thur. 11 a.m' Friday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat. 8 CLOSEE t