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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 11 7 Dayton Banks, Advisors Key Club- Service to Youth award. Cindy Wichman, Suzanne Webb, Jill Reynolds, Mark Baehl, special service awards. er, Sandy medal. Amy Mis- d, Bill Babriek, Fa- nurr, Roy sler and appreciation Partner- Uss, Outstanding of Music 315 NE 3rd IN 47501 Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evans- ville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. r, Jackie Kinsler T(,u Owner June 10-12 -- EWTN. July 12-14 -- CONYERS Call for Reservations (812) 963-5533 , Ihe Message Here To Hel00! mg all families .with dignity attention for over one-half century. Wade Funeral Home 119 S. Vine Street, Haubstadt, IN 768-6151 , Call about pro-need counseling. Alan J. Wade Disability awareness When Corpus Christi kindergarten teacher Karen Hinder- liter talks with her students about disabilities, she speaks with the heart of a mother. Her son, Brad, is disabled. Above, Brad visits Corpus Christi during Disabilities Awareness Month. made elaborate prel; for a May 13-15 papal visit. "I know that the Belgians had prepared for my pas- toral visit with hard work and that my absence caused great disappointment," the pope Said May 15, speaking from Rome's Gemelli:hospi. tal, where he has been isince an April 29 operation  .: pair a broken thigh bone. Vaticandeniesmrt, I The Vatican ha dedd ai I "irresponsible ahd lckingi any foundation" 'a SpahiSh ! ? Suicidal? Feeling Hopeless? HELP LINE 1-800-852-7279 confidential assessments.and help! HEALTH CENTER HOSPITAL |-[qt;|t|'i (-':.11"" ( "-llie.,ll" .|ll)'m. I,l(it;itl.i A '.I:J/IY-'.2 '._):. IU} SERVICE GUIDE JASPER LUMBER CO. COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Ph: 482-1125 RT. 4, JASPER '$1TION AVAILABLE PRINCIPAL Paul Catholic Elementary School in ldiana, has an opening for the leader- of Principal. Sts. Peter and Paul is a K-5 with a preschool. There are 152 in K-5. Masters Degree, State Principal )r Working toward principalship certifica- Catholic, willing to accept the chal- School leadership. no later than May 31, 1994, to: Phyllis Beshears Uirector of Schools Diocese of Evansville 4200 N. Kentucky P.O. Box 4169 EVansville, IN 47724-0169 's arrival: the Baltimore address the U,NI Genera! Assembly Oct. 21. and re, I turn to Rome Oct, 23 after[ stops ir New York, Nerk, [ N.J., and Baltimore. The Catholic Church Ex[ tension Society, which .p; ! ports mission in impovei| ished and iIated aas | the United States, has e| lished a fund named in| honor of the la Archbishop John L. May of St. L0uiS:  The :archbishop, who died March 24i was Enon!S fourth president and: served Art and religion Eighth graders in Carolyn Blackwell's religion class at Washington Catholic Middle School, Washington, have created posters which focus on the life of Jesus. Each stu- dent chose a parable from the Gospel; above, Emily Durnil displays her art work. I Ill l [ SEEKING DRE for the two rural parishes of St. Joseph, Dale, and Christians, Mariah Call 812-937-2200 IIIII I Mary Help of Hill, IN II ] iiii