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1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana  ' conferred J een students at St. College have received tees. Graduates ac- diplomas from Sweeney Lyden, assistant at St. Mein- Commencement ad- the graduates the virttle of obedi- c adult lives, 1 their acad- Spiritual accomplish- Meinrad Col- into its life, and all of its require- said, "you have Path that few other are graduating this Chosen, or under- reSPect. Unique. You have Sought to under- and live out in a during these past priest- of Boonville re- of Arts de- studies. tt St. Meinrad received their on May 12. president- onal Federation gave the con- Rice told the are willing to to being a spiri- people through and searching Jesus Christ, determi- the story not just in ages past, but also in our day; if you are willing, through your open- ness, to let God unfold mysteri- ous redemptive events in your life and ministry you could not dream of now -- then step for- ward and trust that you will have a rich, challenging, inter- esting life in an evolving Church." Happy Birthday! Father Adolph Egloff of Vincennes celebrates his birth- day June 3. Father Donald Ackerman, pastor of St. John the Baptist Church, Vincennes, celebrates his birthday June 4. Father Thaddeus Sztuezko, F.D.P. administrator of Provi- dence Home, Jasper, cele- brates his birthday June 4. Anniversary of ordination Father Edward Schnur, as- sociate to the Catholic commu- nity of Washington, with resi- dence at St. Simon Church, Washington, was ordained to the priesthood June 1, 1991. Father Clemens Hut of Mesa, Ariz., was ordained to the priesthood June 2, 1935. Father Francis Bauer, pas- tor of St. Bernard Church, Fort Branch, was ordained to the priesthood June 2, 1941. Father Philip Kreilein, pas- tor of St. Ferdinand Church, Ferdinand, was ordained to the priesthood June 2, 1974. Msgr. Leo Conti of Evans- ville, a member of the Clergy Assistance' Pool, was ordained to the priesthood June 3, 1950. Father Robert Deig, pastor of Christ the King Church, Evansville, was ordained to the priesthood June 3, 1950. Father Eugene Dewig, pas- tor of Sacred Heart Church, Evansville, was ordained to the priesthood June 3, 1950. Father John Emge, a retired priest in the Diocese of Evans- ville, was ordained to the priest- hood June 3, 1950. Father Richard Hoffman of Evansville, was ordained to the priesthood June 3, 1950. Father James Lex of Evans- ville, a retired priest of the Dio- cese of Evansville, was or- dained to the priesthood June 3, 1950. Father Hilary Vieck, pastor of St. Peter Church, Linton and moderator at Holy Name Church, Bloomfield, was or- dained to the priesthood June 4, 1955. Msgr. Maurilius Bilskie, pastor emeritus of Holy Rosary Church, Evansville was or- dained to the priesthood June 5, 1943. Father Michael Allen of San Francisco, Cal., was ordained to the priesthood June 5, 1971. Father Bernie Etienne, as- sociate at St. Joseph Church, Jasper, was ordained to the priesthood June 5, 1993. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Tom and Marie Koressel, 40 years; Pete and Margaret Rohlfer, 51 years; Dennis and Betty Hayden, 52 years; Ralph and Stella Taber, 44 years; Lai and Nhon Nguyen, 40 years. Sharing their talents Members of the Youth Group at Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes, perform during a Spaghetti Dinner and Talent | i Hi i i i Anniversaries at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Betty and Fritz Dewig, 48 years; Barney and Catherine Heatheott, 51 years; Marvin and Joyee Boarman, 41 years; Charles and Geneva Hildenbrand, 45 years; Jerome and June Schaefer, 48 years. Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper, celebrating wedding anniver- "saries: Oscar and Betty Hochgesang, 43 years; John and Jeannine Summers, 40 years; Charles and Rita Young, 41 years; Bernard and Mary Ellen McNallin, 43 years; George and Marcella Fritz, 54 years; Orville and Viola Sehroeder, 45 years. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for ,: = copy :i$ 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. iii!i 00iil :! i of the eighth grade class at Washington Catholic Middle School, i retired Chicago April 15 and 16. I 0 of Wash- Middle ,rade class 15 and 16, Shedd !!d Museum Science and in St. ed overnight accommodations in classrooms. Of the trip, Trey Graham said, "I thought it was a good change to go from a small town to a big city, and while doing it, I think we were educated about the city." Students who attended in- cluded Trae Graham, Brian Baber, Craig Charles, Terri Conley, David Corn, Nicole Davis, Amanda Igel, Don O'Brian, Matt Sperm, Jessiea Scott, Amanda Tieken, Ben Wilson, Mindy Fuesler, Josh Decker, Lucas Allison, An- drea Baumert, Erin Casper, Mike Clements, Andrew Day- ton, Emily Durnil, Michael Dwyer, Trey Graham, Erin Grannan, Sandy Halter, Ben tlopkins, Ryan Sullivan, Erie Wiehman and Chris Wick- man. Four teachers and seven par- ents chaperoned the group. The teachers included Richard Eller, Terri Hilderbrand, Jill Reynolds and Holly Stevens. Parents included Tony Wich- man, Becky Dayton, Carol and David Grannan, Rose Ann Halter, Jeanie Graham and Bill Baber. Resignation Paula Lattner, principal at Sts. Peter and Paul School, Haubstadt, has resigned from her position. Her resignation is effective the end of the school year. PTG officers at Holy Family Mary Brassard will serve as president of the PTG at Holy Family School, Jasper, during 1994-95. Deb Ruhe will be ce- president, Laura Ruxer will be secretary, and Pete Murphy will be treasurer. St. Ben's PTA Susan Browning is the newly elected president of the PTA at St. Benedict School, Evansville, Pat Miller is vice- president, Susie Bell is secre- tary, and Debbie Wahnsiedler, Elaine Adams and Priscilla Wolf are members of the nomi- nating committee. May Crowning at St. Matthew Students, faculty and staff at St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon, recently honored Mary. with a May Crowning. Julia Kaffenberger received the honor of crowning the statue of Mary during the service. Artists at Memorial Students at Memorial High School, Evansville, who re- ceived awards in the 1994 High School Art Show included Daniel Steckler, first place, best of painting, and D.S.M. En- gineering Plastics Purchase award; Matt Barton, second place, best of drawing; Cecille Domingo, Nanee Studio Pur- chase award. Participating at state Students at Memorial High School, Evansville, who partic- ipated in the state level history. contest in Indianapolis included: Jason Wooldridge, Angels Loschen, individual project; Kara Vozel, Adrianna Carlisle, historical essay; See SCHOOL page II