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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Catholic Charities says welcome, thanks " presentation was made at the annual din- ner, held at Citizens National Bank, Evans- ville, May 27. -- Message photo by Paul R. Leingang Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfinger presents a gavel and plaque to Roselle Weinzapfel, thanking her for her term as Chair of the Catholic Charities Board of Directors. The Catholic Charities board mem- bers honored those completing terms, welcomed a new member, and met with several couples who have volunteered to take on leadership roles in ministry to engaged couples, at their annual dinner May 27. Board members completing terms were Catherine Lamey and Brian Engelland, both of" Evans- ville; Father Joseph Erbacher, pastor of St. Anthony Church, St. Anthony, also completed a board term, but was unable to attend. New members include Laura Uebelhor of Jasper, and Father Jack Durchholz, associate pastor of St. Ferdinand Church, Ferdi- hand, and Shawn Eickhoff, rep- resenting Evansville Deanery. Board officers for the coming year are: president, Rose Krame,; Vincennes Deanery; vice presi- dent, Michael Gore, member at- large from Jasper, and secretary, Patzicia Dewey. member at-large from Newburgh. Couples who have volunteered to work with engaged couples {nclude the tbllowing: Steve and Marci Backer, Matt and Pauline Bartek, Pat and Shawn Bender, Jason and Karen Blue, Joe and Karen Kimple, Barbic and Paul Kramer, John and Mary Grace McMullen, Gene and Beckie Schadler, and Skip and Ann Simms. Pope emphasizes faith in Eucharist, unity WROCLAW, Poland (CNS) -- Pope John Paul II emphasized faith in the Eucharist and the need for visible unity among Christian churches when he took part in the final events of the 46th International Eucharistic Con- gress in Wroclaw. Presiding at the closing Mass of the congress June 1, the pope said, "Spiritually gathered around this altar today is the church in every continent of the globe." He said the church "wishes, before the whole world, to make once more the solemn profession of faith in the Eucharist and to sing the hymn of thanksgiving for this ineffable gift of divine love." At a meeting with members of delegations of the congress that evening, the pope said it was fine for Christians to discuss the meaning of the Eucharist, but they needed to do more for Chris- tian unity. "Folerance is not enough. Mutu- al acceptance is not enough," Pope John Paul said, adding that Jesus "expects from us a visible sign of Father Spaulding to celebrate 40th anniversary Father Donald Spaulding will cde[)rate his fortieth anniver- sary of ordination to the priest- hood with a Mass of Thanksgiv- ing ,t lO a.m. Sunday, June 15, at Si. Raphael Church, Dubois. A reception will follow in the church basement until 3 p.m. All relatives and friends are invit- l:ather Spaulding is the son of the late Edward "Jim" and Mary E. "&apos;Mae" (Fields} Spaulding of Loogootee. He has two sisters, Dorothy Kavanaugh of Cannel- burg, and Mary Combs of Indi- anapolis. He entered St. Meinrad Sem- inary in 1945, and was ordained June 15, 1957, in Assumption Cathedral, Evansville, by Bish- op Henry J. Grimmelsman. Since his ordination, he has served parishes in Jasper, Evansville, Oakland City and Rockport. For the past 19 years, he has been pastor at St. Raphael Church. 5hefler m Storage Evansville, Indiana 812-421-7750 / { !( FATHER SPAULDING He also taught at Rex Mundi High School, Evansville. He currently is a member of the pastoral care program at Jasper Memorial Hospital, and is co-chaplain of the Jasper Deanery Serra Club. Dr. Jane A. Hormuth Chiropractic Physician 474-0704 Hormuth Ch{r0pcactlc IIc. 1111 S Green River Rd., Suite 104 II II unity, a joint witness .... That unity will be perfect when it becomes possible for everyone to join in the celebration around the same chalice." In a speech to the congress May 31, Cardinal Edward I. Cassidy, president of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, also spoke of the importance of eucharistic sharing. "We (Christians) share so much, and yet we are not able to join around a table in eucharistic cele- bration. And this must change," he said.. The congress was held in south- western Poland, and brought together 20,000 people -- mostly Catholic -- from 86 countries. MARIAN HEIGHTS ACADEMY FERDINAND, | N [}IAN ,, Multiple positions available for the 1997-98 school year at a girl's muhicuhural, college-preparatory boarding and day school, operated by the Sisters of St. Benedict,p<ti,, zz/:2,l/,..S?a,.sh, f:reh, (;erman. Biology, l'hysics. 3'ome part-tzme. 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