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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 11 001, 7 Alex Polcik, Melissa Brown, Chad group project; E.J. Emmi Chapman, Damon , Holly cini, Lori S students at Mar- Ferdi- certificates of ex- of the music pro- Meg Fortney, rd Caskey Lts were honored musical recital School ju- Hayden and re grand of the juried ex- sponsored by Violin Compe- Jamie Frye were re- the state-wide attracted a entries. Vincennes Bicknell Sandborn Patoka r Jackie Kinsler : Owner CONYERS "" CONYERS ;rvations Awards were presented in In- dianapolis on May 15. Winning entries will be displayed at the Children's Museum in Indi- anapolis. Mater Dei's National Honor Society Seniors at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, who have been inducted into the National Honor Society include Dawn Baumgart, Kristi Kite, Brett Seib, Farrah Maddox, Ann Hertel, Holly Moore, Kiersten Wathen, Lynnae Kempf, Greg Schultheis and Brandon Cox. New junior members include Erika Amundson, Jill Fehrenbacher, Sarah Kirsch, Emily Liffick, Chris Spahn, Loretta Werner, Lynn Batema, Michelle Hirsch, Heather Kleinschmidt, In- gred Mater, Elizabeth Verkamp, Vivian Caro, Melissa Kiefer, Angle Knapp, Jim Schroeder and Leanna Werner. Current members include Michael Bacon, Aaron Cou- ture, Rachel Moll, Kati Ollinger, Sarah Townsend, Amy Folz, Bernie Schmitt, Cindy Reis, Trisha Feldhaus, Amy Luigs, Tony Fehren- bacher, Karen Scheller and Jody Bartlett. Top design Sarah May, a student at Cor- i Seeking Director of Liturgical Music St. Simon Church, 315 NE 3rd Washington, IN 47501 (812) 254-2883 pus Christi School, Evans- ville, is a winner in the Opera- tion City Beautiful billboard con- test. Her design will appear on a billboard in Evansville. Child of God Dawn Wink, Ellen Palmer and Jessica Burgdorf, mem- bers of Brownie Troop 134 at at Corpus Christi School, Evansville, have received the Child of God scouting award. lACE Members of the Indiana Acad- emic Competitions for Excellence at Holy Rosary School, Evansville, place fourth in sci- ence and fifth in English. Chris Franz, Chris Komar, Katie Ford and Alex Rang partici- pated in science; Kelly Speaker, Katie Swartz, Lo- rien Ingalls, Alex Rang and Meghan Bray participated in English. 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. World History Sixth grade social studies students Starla Wisdom, Karie Shetler and Kate Will display their projects. They are stu- dents in Mary Ellen Vieth's class at St. Benedict School, Evansville. I I I I I DUBOIS COUNTY BANK MEMBER OLD NATIONAL BANCORP Member FDIC YOUR FIVE STAR SERVICE BANK i i II II II I | T F s Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 Donald J. Traylor President Phone: 486-3285 * I I I II I II COORDINATOR OF YOUTH MINISTRY ST. MATTHEW CATHOLIC CHURCH INDIANAPOLIS, IN Full-time position available in large, family- centered suburban community parish. Appli- cant must have excellent communication and organizational abilities. The successful candi- date must have skill and understanding of the adolescent psychology, sociology and youth cultures as well as a basic and solid under- standing in theology and the Catholic tradition. Bachelor's Degree in religious education, the- ology, psychology or education or its equiva- lent preferred. Experience in youth work and program administration desired if non-de- greed. Salary and benefits competitive. SEND RESUME AND LETTER OF INTEREST BEFORE JUNE 20.1994 Coleen R. Renie, Chair- Search Committee St. Matthew Catholic Church 4100 East 56th Street Indianapolis, IN 46220 For additional information, call (317)299-1835 i i i i i i ,,, , ...... dent he is dist attacks Ms: Eiders on the views of religioi groups,: It was e in! , second dent on the mattvr d re! lowed Clinton  rply to ! March letter ra: Caina Hickeyi Clinton,s Apl re sponse said =people, have a whether or not Dr. speaking for your adw tration," the cardinal wrote. =As we both know, there are strong efforts at the federal, state and local levels translate the position she pouses into legislation policy that encourage and support alternative lifestyles as substitutes for-the family, About such issues no admin. istration can remain neu. tral." Peace plan Sinn Fein, the political wing of the Irish Republican Army. cautiousl) welcomed British government answers to its concerns over a politi- cal blueprint for Northern Ireland, eal!ing the rei61v a "small step toward peace. final verdict on the Anglo- ,Irish peace plan would be positive "The decision by the British government to re/- spond to this Sinn Fein ini= tiative represents a small sep in the Slft,,lty evolving peace process," he said in a stawrncnt May 20. McGuin- res said Sina Fein was de- tcrmiaed ta) play a full part m any talks aimed at solving one of the world's longest- running guerrilla conflicts -hich has killed mor than in Nort