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1993 The Message Monthly -- for Catholics of Southwestern d!a_na 7 goals at Family, at Holy Family Jasper, reported to the parish council on the various goals of the parish ministries, in- cluding Spiritual Life Ministry, Administrative and Finance Ministry, Family Life Ministry and Social Concerns Ministry. Charlie Seifert, a member of the gpiritual Life Ministry, listed the following goals: to publish ministry meeting minutes in the parish press. to inform any new Eucharist ministers and readers of their job descriptions and provide oppor- tunities for training. to establish a parish voca- tions committee. to establish the formation of an adult study group. Pete Murphy listed four goals for the Administration and Fi- nance Ministry. They include: to study the method used to convey the financial situation to the parish and simplify them. to monitor aspects of the fi- nancial situation reporting. to study the budget process. to develop long-range finan- cial information. Reporting for the Family Life Ministry, Rosemary Woolsey listed the following goals: to obtain a coordinator for the Children's Christmas Eve Mass. to form sub-committees to reach more segments of the parish. (Possible matching arishioners with elderly mem- ers to visit on a weekly basis and formation of a support club for divorced or newly-separated members of the parish.) to form a Bereavement Sup- port Group. Barb Balka, reporting for the Social Concerns Ministry, listed the following goals: to institute a program of nursing home visitations. to sponsor fund raisers to help make people aware of vari- ous social concerns needing to be looked into, and to establish criteria to determine what pro- jects this ministry can realisti- cally take on. fo" r to establish a support group persons with disabling ill- nesses which makes them home- bound and to offer assistance. Happy Birthday! Father Plus Klein, O.S.B., pas- tor of St. Mary Church, Hunting- burg, celebrates his birthday May 12. Father Robert Nemergut, a member of the Urban Ministry team, celebrates his birthday May 13. Ordination anniversaries Father Robert Bultman, pastor of St. Francis Xavier Church, Vincennes, was ordained a priest May 13, 1967. Father Michael Hamel, a diocesan priest currently on leave, was ordained a priest May 13, 1967. Father Richard Wildeman, pastor of St. Joseph Church, Vanderburgh County, was or- dained a priest May 13, 1977. Father Adolph Egloff of Vin- cennes, a retired priest of the Diocese of Evansville, was or- dained a priest May 14, 1940. Father John Finis of Taswell. was ordained a priest May 14, 1940. Father David Martin, pastor of St. Simon Church. Washington, was ordained a priest May 14, 1976. Deacon anniversary Lancaster Dew Jr., a deacon at St. John Church, Evansville was ordained a deacon May 14, 1978. Gerald McFall, a deacon on medical leave, was ordained a deacon May 14, 1978. Joseph Sturgis, a deacon at St, John Church, Loogootee, was or- dained a deacon May 14, 1978. Donald Tucker, a deacon at St. Benedict Church, Evansville, was ordained a deacon May 14. 1978. Joseph Blankenberger. a dea- con at St. Wendel Church, St. Wendel, was ordained a deacon May 15, 1977. David Franklin, a deacon at Corpus Christi Church, Evans- ville, was ordained a deacon May 15, 1977. Richard Grannan, a deacon at St. Agnes Church, Evansville was ordained a deacon May 15, 1977, Francis Hillenhrand, a deacon at St. Joseph Church, Vander- burgh County, was ordained a deacon May 15, 1977. Joseph Seibert. a deacon at St. John the Baptist Church, New. burgh, was ordained a deacon May 15, 1977. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. Dei student for nationals a student Evans- as an alter- Onals in Foreign Ex- Leigh Ritchie semi-finals in students who re- ms at the district e Aaron Couture, drd; Brett Reidford, a Kiefer, sixth; Vi- vian Care, fifth, and Lynn Batema, third. Happy Birthday! Gerry Adams, principal of Memorial High School, Evans- ville, celebrates his birthday May 15. Young poets Nick Wehr, Ashley Lueken, Matt Healy and Paul Collier, stu- dents at Precious Blood School, Jasper, have had their poems ac- cepted by the American Acad- emy of Poetry. They will be pub- lished in the Anthology of Poett T by Young Americans. Academic super bowl Students at Mater Dei Itigh School, Evansville, received awards at the area Hoosier Acad- emic Super Bowl Competition at Bosse High School. Reciving first place in English were Aaron Couture, Melissa Kiefer, Emily Liffick and Leanna Werner. Taking a first place in Interdisciplinary were Aaron Couture, Tony Fehrenbacher, Loretta Werner, Missy Greathouse and Amelia Stoltz. Kirby Goedde, Tony Fehren- bacher and Loretta Werner re- ceived third place in Science Squad. PTA officers at St. MattheW Carolyn Mason has been' OF POSSIBILmES elected president of the PTA at St. Matthew School, Mount Ver- non, for the 1993-94 school year. HEIGHTS ACADF.MY Other incoming officers in- Catholic- out the IS.S. andtoother n _t  n boarding and day countries. Lovely 190 acres, to education 1 hour northeast of Evansville. Where young 'ades 9-12 learn and  support- environ- I I I lI It I a 7: tu,lent/ Peoples Foreign language Office of A&mio, R(xxn 17 environmental Marian l leighl-, Atdtnny Trust arts. Imerscholaslic 812 E. lOh Smx't Company Community serv- Fcrdinaml, IN 47532 SOUTH MAIN STREET travel throttgh- Telephotae "Ibll Free: 2 P.O. Box 191  , LINT)N+ INDIANA 47441 ,., clude Cindy Renschler. vice- president: lulie Larry. secretary; Patsy Folz. treasurer, and Katie Hoehn. historian. Lois Hickey, Cindy Pelage, Ruth Muller, Maria Weinzapfel, Diane Hoehn, Karen Hahn, Deb- bie Williams, Lonnie Moore, Mary Jane Almon and Carol Willis are on the hospitality committee. Students of the Quarter Twenty-five students at Wash- ington Catholic High School, Sullivan, geometry: Eileen Weber, advanced math; Nate Bowling, lessica Decker. fresh- man religion; Jennifer Wichman, Brian Werne, sophomore reli- ion: Connie Banks, Sarah Hop- ins, junior religion:Keith Charles, health: " Brandi " Stallman, PE; Angle Diily, Eileen Weber, Brian Mullen, Nikki Olsen, Laura Tennis, Amy Mischler, Sarah ltopkins, Christy Smith. American litera- ture; Nate Bowling, Shaun Sulli- van, Rebecca Ausbornless|ca Decker, Rachel Bradley. world literature. Please send information for Washington. have boon named SCIIOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Students of the Quarter because Ann tlughes, The Message, P.O. of their outstanding work. They Box 4169, Evansville, IN 474. are Jean Larkin. calculus; Emily The deadline for copy is 9 a,m. Wilson, business math: Shawn the Frtdaybefore publication. Brent Kress and Justin Neuh0ff read and Beyond, a reading program held rCently at Holy