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May 7, 1993 Three _ Continued from page 1 Was always finding ways to The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 15 Catholic Education was truly a vocation -- a calling to edate 'spirit' among students serve in a vital ministry of the "She is the extraordinary teacher in an extraordinary staff. Church. It was a calling to ordinary teacher who is in way. She is a teacher who "For Katie, her work in which she responded with the classroom doing all the perhaps is overlooked many times because she does not ............ -- .......... - .............. -I place herself in the limelight d  : However, she is a teacher who over her many years of ' : teaching has made many chil- I-I - Ahne' E. Sims of Dale is the winner of a dinner for two at the -RadissonV Inn, Evansville. !! dren feel thev are the stars of er name was drawn at random from the 54 correct entries to last month's Catholic Quiz ! the show anct in their hearts they hold her as a truly su- dedication, caring, skill and ordinary, day to day, down to commitment, earth, necessary tasks of a ..... E Sims correctly listed the five parishes in the Newburgh Deanery; she knew that Bernie : tienne would be ordained a nriest at St. John Church, Newbureh on June 5; and that the ! t characteristic listed for a arish pastoral council was to be 'p'rayerful," according teal v posed set of guidelines. .  I If you know the answers to the'following questions, you may win your choice of : Vernight lodging for two or an afternoon pool party for eight at tlle Radisson Inn, Evans- Ule. Entries should be received by May 19 at the Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville IN 7724-0169. I !o 1. The Evansville West Deanery includes CorDus Christi, Hol, Redeemer, Resurrection, " , A ' 0aCred Heart " !vill , , St. Agnes, St. Anthony, St. Bomface and St. Theresa churches, all in Evans- ; .... lame the other five parishes in the deanery: perstar teacher." Tile annual Teacher of the Year Award is sponsored by the Message and tile Office of no: I I I i ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! b, 2. A decision about tile future of tile Catholic Schools in Vincennes will be made ter than I I I Your Name I I Address I I Ciiy/State/Zip I I I I I I, To, I li lephone I I I: I .... . ' " :Piize rovided courtes o the Radisson L.. courmsy of the _! vansvil? ] ....... -----,-,--,----,-- I00Dubois County Bankj Support ; j your ! Catholic Education. ! ! , Ben Rollett ! ! dies May 2 ! Ben Rollett, the 17-month- ! old son of Joe and Rhonda ! ! Rollett of Evansville, died ! May 2 at Kosair Children's ! Hospital in Louisville, Ky. He ! ! had undergone a heart trans- ! plant March 18. ! I People throughout the Die- t cese of Evansville became fa- t re|liar with Benjamin when ! ! his family started a fund-re|s- ! ing campaign to help raise an estimated $100,000 for med- ical expenses. Survivors include his par- ents, a brother, Kvle, and his grandparents, Rot)ert Rollett and Mary and Robert So|bert, all of Evansville. Services were held May 5 at Resurrection Church, Evans- ville, with burial in St. Joseph Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Benjamin Roliett Benefit Account, care of Old National Bank in Evansville. 'How the Good , News Gets Around WASHINGTON (CNS) Radio ads are a new wrinkle in the annual Catholic Con> nmnication Campaign collec- tion, which will be held the weekend of May 15-16 in many U.S. dioceses, includ- ing the Diocese of Evansville The ads, scheduled to begin May 5, were to be aired on Larry King and Bruce Williams' radio talk shows, as well as news broadcasts by the NBC and Mutual net- : pro-life 254-3943 works. 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METAL iller Greg Betz Darren Sroufe oALE,937.4921INDIANA Hyw. 50 E,, Cannerg.812.295.42294 mL E. Montgomecy warned :Amerie:a: again! "the immorality of isol tionism" in a speech mark.| ing the I0th aivers ell the U,S. bishops pastoral. '!After th6 Cold] W a r, t he re, i s a n undei[ standablo hut aangoo: I temptation to turn m-| ward..,. But this is not an] option forbe!ieVers in the| universal church nor citi[ zons in the world's last su([ perpower/, the cardinal] said at a symposium May i | in Comnocticut: : | exempts information c|e members may learn int context of spiritual 0Un; seling or confession. : i i Asks visa extemdon Archbishop Rivera Dumas of San Sal- vador has written President Clinton to ask the U.S, gov;] ernment to extend by I8| months the temporary visas[ of some 200,000 Sal,adti:| rans. Under the present| i arrangement, known as[ i temporary prote | Salvadoia-s Wl I the united Stai I and have not si corded political  permitted to stay unt 30. i Seeking reconciliation The former bishop