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J The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 3 fX.l.   , , is a feature in the Message, designed to help together the People of God in southwestern Indiana. are invited to submit information about people who by some extra prayers and attention. '. Clarence Schlachter is expected to undergo 3 to repair a hole in his ear drum. is director of the Holy Childhood Associa- Propagation of the Faith program in the Diocese card shower for Beulah Evans, the former of the Catholic Education Foundation, is celehrates her birthday May 25. She served as director for 14 years, retiring at age 87. :ards may be mailed to 1100 Erie Avenue, Apart- [le IN 47715. Litchfield, the father of Judy Neff, died May 20. Services were held May 23. for Msgr. Kenneth Knapp, diocesan vicar Names Sister Louise Bond, diocesan chan- d information for PEOPLE WE CARE Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box IN 47724. =lte change urged in re E (CNS) e!ng Haitians In two weeks previous four of the U.S. programs Clinton to .art screening eligibil- announced States would- or in a third continue a icting at sea and Zrnrnediately to Was not ex- for several dstra- rocedures in the help of in offering a on land for 0a's announce- than 1,300 Stopped at to their is more than returned to first four to a Em- city, Port- Richard director Refugee Catholic the United araediately Haitians ation policy stopped at sea for eligibility for refugee status. "Lives may be at stake here," he said. "If it is a choice be- tween human lives and bu- reaucratic efficiency, let's get on with the business of saving lives." The USCC operates an asy- lum processing center in the Haitian city of Cap Haitien and would be prepared to offer assistance to the administra- tion to begin handling applica- tions at sea immediately, he said. "The president stated on May 8th that the basis for his change of policy is that it is now too dangerous to send po- litical refugees back to Haiti," Father Ryscavage said. "Some of those who have come out al- ready and others who will leave Haiti by boat in the next few weeks may be political refugees and they must not be returned." A sweeping United Nations trade embargo against Haiti, which took effect May 22, was expected to exacerbate prob- lems of malnutrition and poverty, especially in poorer regions. Prices for food have risen dramatically since a fuel embargo was imposed in Octo- ber and the cost of transporta- tion increased by 300 percent. The additional sanctions were expected to force the loss of another 10,000 to 15,000 jobs in a country where unem- ployment is estimated at 70 percent. II I I I I IIII Bart Crecco Scholarship awarded Adam Blake, an eighth grader at St. Theresa School, Evansville, is the recipient of the 1994 Bart Creceo Endow- ment Scholarship. Blake is the son of Debbie Blake and the late Joseph Blake of Evansville. The scholarship fund was established in 1992 by Crecco's mother, Fran Wheeler of Evansville, and his aunt, Sister Louise Mac- chia, of Dorchester, Mass. The endowment fund provides money to help a student at- tend a Catholic high school in Evansville. Blake will enter Memorial High School in the fall. Crecco's mother said she set up the fund to keep alive her son's name. This year, for the first time, a public presen- tation was made w in order that more people might be aware of the fund and be in- spired to take similar action. May 18 would have been Crecco's birthday. The schol- arship award was presented on May 17 at a school Mass at for the occasion by Father Ted the recipient of the award. Father Gene Schroeder speaks to the congregation of school children and parishioners at St. Theresa Church, Evansville, as Fran Wheeler, Father Ted Tem- pel and Dehbie Blake gather around Adam Blake m the recipient of the 1994 Bart Crecco Scholarship. -- Message photo by Paul R. Leingang St. Theresa Church. Father Gene Schroeder, pastor, was joined Tempel, the former pastor who assists Wheeler in determining ] ] ii I] ] i] ii iii I il Tec #9 Participants in a Teens Encounter Christ weekend in February pose for a group picture at St. Mary Church, Ireland. From left, front row, Father Bernie Etienne, Beth Jerger, Andrea Herr, Becky Knowles, Andy Linette, Christina Schaad, Brian Hubers, Cheryl Herzog; second row, Joe Bradley, Barb Butler, Amanda Stofleth, Devon Bevins, Tim Bosler, John Zito, Barb Byers, Nancy Kluesner, Zach Etienne, Angie Witmeier; third row, Chris Thompson, Greg Steckler, Kevin Gillum, Kara Vozel, Lori Culver, Keith Fritz, Mar- ilyn Schroering, Trent Engbers, Patty Yepiz, Colleen Walsh, Paul Keller, Ceurtney Kuczynski; fourth row, Jessica Norris, Holly Strosnider, Jake Schneider, Dan Guagenti, Theresa Egler, Mark Miller, Yazmi Garcia; fifth row, Janet Debes, Aaron LaGrange, Suzanne Webb, Myra Schroering, John Puleini, Sister Jeannie Voges, Julie Dayton, Lori Eckerle, Kelly Linette, Amy Scales, Trisha Johnson, Becky Epperson, Kim Mundy; sixth row, Marilyn Mundy, Brian Engelland, Peter Rosario, Jason Gries, Rick Vindhurst, Nathan Goebel, Phil Barth, Debi Ziemer, Barb Hopf, Dianne Klein, Wayne Fehrenbacher, Lisa Fairchild, Jennifer Dilger, Jennifer Schneider, Jaimie Sheth, Tom Schrader, Greg Schneider. 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