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10 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Huntingburg's First Communicants Members of the 1994 First Communion Class at St. Mary Church, Huntingburg, include, front row left, Nicole Knight, Katie Blackgrove, Janell Begle, Jill Mehringer, r{ayla Fehribach, Carrie Kunkler, Andrea Souders, Katelyn Werne, Ann Feldmeyer, second row left, Kyle Sermersheim, Nathan Drake, Kyle Rummel, Jared Jochum, Lee Vogler, Joh Householder, Timmy Moeller, Jason Broeker, Calvin Wertman, third row left, Deena Toy, catechist, Jamie Lee Cummins, Brandi Jo Riehle, Rachel Wagner, Alia Gasser, Hannah Vollmer, Amanda Blessinger, Ann Schneider, Nicki Fleck, Daughter of Charity Sister Catherine Madigan, director, fourth row left, Carol Libbert, catechist, Nicholas Buse, Jason Lueken, Bradley Buening, Jacob Guy, Dwayne Messmer, Eddie Fischer, Aaron Craig, Norma Blackgrove, catechist, fifth row left, Dorothy Olinger, catechist, Mark Fink, Luke Helmerich, Brett Matthews, Casey Reckelhoff, Adam Haase, Jared Weyer. 8 Bloomfield's First ,. w Michael Mora, front row, left, Katie Worland, son, Brittany Campbell and Corey Bafford, , center, are members of the First Communion c Name Church, Bloomfield. Above also are ter Diane Fischer, pastoral life coordinator, bacher, Brock Matthews, Joshua Page and Benedictine Father Plus Klein, pastor. Ray Reising. March For Jesus will be June 25 in Evansville An ecumenical Pastors Steering Committee is plan- ning the event. Catholic repre- sentatives include Holy Names Sister Louise Bond, diocesan chancellor; Father James Brune, pastor of St. John Church, Daylight; Father Fred Englert, pastor of St. Joseph Church, Evansville; Father Sy Loehrlein, pastor of St. Rupert Church, Red Brush; and James Braker, a member of St. Bene- dict Church, Evansville. The "March for Jesus" will begin and end at the Civic Center parking 10t, starting at 10 a.m. A similar event is Christians throughout the Tri-State area of Indiana, Ken- tucky and Illinois are being in- vited to participate in a "March for Jesus" in Evansville, on Saturday, June 25, from 9 a.m. to noon. The theme of the event is "A Day to Change the World." Holy Childhood funds will go to Somalia By MSGR. CLARENCE SCHLACHTER Mission Director lack of any kind of hope people become disposable. This story brings home to me the very precious and essential nature of the work that HCA young members do. I know that these children mentioned above bring food, medicine, ed- ucation and other necessities to youngsters in need. May I once again express my appreci- ation for the teachers and DREs and helpers and stu- dents for your support of HCA programs. Your donations made by the children of the Diocese of Evansville is con- crete proof of your growing mission awareness in spite of all the other appeals -- to rec- ognize the world's children as sisters and brothers and care for them as members of God's family. Medical Arts Pharmacy 3700 Bellemeade Avenue Phons 477-1532 Donald Gutzweiler City-Wide Delivery I Duncan's Riverside Pharmacy Prescr Serv Drug= - Stdnes - Commies Magazines - "We Delive Comer Riverside and Governor EvMmvllle 422-9981 Stratman's Pharmacy City-Wide Delivery 413 Locust Street -: John and Judy Stratman 42Fr5293 '" IIIII I I I i ii PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2107 W. Franklin St. 425-4364 Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists Hwy. 62 and N. Weinbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop. 425-4422 planned in every time zone around the world -- each one starting at 10 a.m. -- so that every hour of the day will be covered,, according to Don Greenwell of Evansville. Greenwell, a member of the Assembly of God Church, said the March for Jesus began in London in 1987. It spread to Germany and the United States in 1989. The 1993 March for Jesus involved 1.7 million Christians in 850 cities around the world. In the United States, and esti- mated 800,000 participants at 350 cities participated. In the United States, the ef- fort is coordinated by March for Jesus USA, in Austin, Texas. Believers of all ages, races, denominations and affil- iations are invited to get in- volved. A brochure group de an "opportunity caricatures of exist in people' reintroduce them as a joyful full of life and message of relevance world. Organizers not a protest or a The purpose is Jesus. All of the extra." Greenwell and this way: ,,We're an audience of one. To register, co March for JesUS Box 2401, Evan 47728. Telephone 9147. ST. BENEDICT SEEKING A DIRE OF LITURGICAL ANDAN Please send resume by Rev. Gregory Chamberlin, St. Benedict Parish C i The following Schools and Religious Education Programs have forwarded their Lenten Alms to the Mission Office at the Catholic Center. This year the funds of the Holy Child- hood Lenten Appeal are for the support of the children of So- malia, an evident application of"Children helping Children." St. Peter Celestine, $167.98; Nativity, Evansville, $86.67; University of Evansville, New- man Center, $51.32; St. James, St. James, $136.74; Washing- ton Catholic Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Grades, $191.00; St. John, Loogootee, $156.89; Sts. Peter and Paul, Peters- burg, $59.45; Resurrection, Evansville, $63.75; St. Mary Religious Education Center, Huntingburg, $592.63. In a recent letter, the head- mistress of a kindergarten in Sudan told of a 3-day-old in- fant brought to the missionar- ies -- the baby had been found in a latrine. It is so easy to con- demn the parent who deserted this child. And yet, it is terri- bly sad to think of a family so poor it cannot bear the burden of an extra one. How much is wrong in the world when, be: cause of severe poverty.and 1328 Lincoln AvenUe. Evansville, IN 4