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May 13, 1988 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Around the Diocese 7 Memorial to Holocaust .:00victims Students at Westside Catholic Consolidated Intermediate School, Evansville, attended a special memorial Mass on May 5 for the victims of the Holocaust. The students offered special Mass intentions for all the Jewish and non-Jewish people persecuted during World War II and the people who offered aid and protection to them. The purpose of the Mass was to thlHhten students' awareness of olocaust. Happy birthday Sister Jolinda Noes, principal of Flaget School, Vincennes, celebrates her birthday May 14. Gerry Adams, principal at Memorial High School, Evansville, celebrates his birth- day May 15. Cum Laude Nora Engelbrecht, a senior at Culver Girls Academy, has been selected for Cum Laude member- ship in the Culver Academies' chapler. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Engelbrecht of Evansville. Scholarships Jennifer Godsey and Kristina Knies have been named reci- pients of $2000 Principal's Scholarships to Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand. Both will be freshmen students at the academy this fall. Jennifer is the daughter of Donald and Katherine Godsey of Evansville. She is presently a stu- dent at Resurrection School, Evansville. Kristina is the daughter of George and Charlene Knies of Evansville. Special badges First graders Stephanie Wargel and Beau Sherwood received" special badges from Father Henry Kuykendall for their ef- forts in keeping the school grounds clean. Both are students at Holy Redeemer School, Evansville. Alumnae Connie Holmes Leveron has been elected secretary of the alumnae association of Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand. Elizabeth Seger Neukam is presi- dent and Sister Paulette Seng is vice-president. Scholastics Freshmen students from Memorial High School, Evansville, traveled to Hender- son last weekend to participate in a Scholastics Contest, comprised of math, science, English, social studies and spelling. Eleven schools participated and Memorial finished in third place. Students participating were Faith Echele, Nick Knowlton, Matt Leingang, Robbie Notter, Leslie Oak, Kelly O'Neill, Mike Kula, Leslie Walter, Jill Brad- dock and Chris Hagen. Leingang and Oak received first place awards. May Crowning Participating in May Crowning festivities at Holy Family School, Jasper, were, front row, Kyle Brames and Heather Hochgesang, middle row, Merge John, May Queen Jennifer Haas and Gretchen Keusch, back row, Father Fred Englert and Father John Schipp. -- Message Photo by Barbara Paul St. Joseph staff member Brian Trill has been named business administrator at St. 3l, oseph Church, Jasper. Originally from Dunkirk, N.Y., Trill received a bachelor's degree in accounting from Bemidji State University, Minn., and a master's degree in public administration from Ball State University. His duties include handling tte businness affairs of the parish and supervising the non- religious personnel. Ordination Brother Matthew Brumleva, O.S.B., will be ordained to the priesthood May 14 in Subiaco Abbey in Subiaco, Ark., by Bishop Andrew McDonald. Brother Matthew began his studies for the priesthood at St. Meinrad College. He was active in Coope, ratiw Atlion for (-:tml- munily 1)eveiopmenl tile col- lege's social outreach program. In 1981. he received a B.A. degree in philosophy and entered the Benedictine Community of - St. Meinrad Archabbey. He pro- ",  fessed his vows in 1982. He went to Subiaco in 1984 and became a member of that community. Happy birthday Father Albert Scheller of Mary Help of Christians Church, Mariah Hill, celebrates his birth- day May 20. Anniversaries Father Adolph Egloff of Vincennes celebrates the anniver- sary of his ordination to the priesthood May 14 Father John Finis of Taswell 5. celebrates the anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood May 14. Father David Martin of St. Cle- ment Church, Boonville celebrates the anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood May 14. BRIAN TRILL Father Raymond Brenner of Resurrection Church, Evansville, celebrates the an- niversary of his ordination to the priesthood May 17 Father John Shaughnessy of St. 'Fhomas Church, Knox Coun- ty. celebrates the anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood May 1 7, Father Charles Kaiser of Holy Cross Church, Fort Branch, celebrates the anniversary rof his ordination to the priesthood May' 17. Father James Koressel of St. Simon Church, Washington, celebrates the anniversary of his, ordination to the priesthood May 17. Father Clarence Lindauer of St. John's Home for the Aged, Evansville, celebrates thd an- niversary of his ordination to the priesthood May 18. Father Patrick Kilfoil of In- dianapolis celebrates the anniver- sary of his ordination to the priesthood May 18. Father Robert Wannemuehler of St. Joseph Church, Vender- burgh County, celebrates the an- niversary of his ordination to the priesthood May 19. Father Eugene Heerdink, serv- Anniversary Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morris of Sacred Heart Church, Evansville, as they celebrate their fiftieth wed- ding anniversary. Volunteers Fifty-two members of the Aux- iliary at St. Mary's Medical Center, Evansville, haw received service awards for time volunteered. Receiving special recognition for hours served were Edith Saletta. 6000 service hours: Ethel Drury. 3500 service hours, and Elizabeth Flittner. 3000 ser- vice hours. Promotions Staff members at St. Mary's Medical Center, Evansville, receiving promotions include: -- Barbara Doss, manager of public relations; -- Tim Thompson, senior PC analyst in MIS computer services: -- Nancy Engelbrecht, general accounting sui)ervisor for the medical center; -- Ann Matthews. manager of advertising. Doctors honored St. Mary's Medical Center, Evansville, held its annual Physi- cians Recognition Dinner on April 28. Thirteen doctors were recognized for 25 or more years of service to the medical center. They were Dr. Roger Bisson- nette, Dr. Robert Colvin, Dr., Robert Ewer, Dr. William Grimm, Dr. Walter Hassel, Dr. Gilbert Himebaugh, Dr. James Mathews, Dr. Raymond Newnum, Dr. Raymond Nicholson, Dr. Theodore Pavlick, Dr. Kenneth Rudolph, Dr. William Walling and Dr. 'Kenneth Wilhelmus. Anniversary Charles and Bernice Huffof St. Joseph Church, Evansville, are celebrating their fortieth wed- ding anniversary. Stephen Series workshop Bill Moranz and Diane Bernhardt, both from St. John Church, Newburgh, were two of the 85 par- ticipants in the Stephen Series introductory workshop, held last weekend at the Catholic Center, ing in the missions in Ecuador, Evansville. The Stephen Series is one way of preparing lay persons for active ministry in the church. celebrates the anniversary of his Twelve parishes from the Diocese of Evansville, Illinois and Kentucky were represented at the ordination to the priesthood May workshop, which included an overview of the Stephen Ministry program and one of its training 19. topics, the bereavement process. - Message Photo by Mary T. Ellert