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29 1993 The Message Monthly -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana *&apos;: 7 lne uiocese Two principals for 'incipals haw.' been olics schools in the of Evansville, according Beshears, director of e Fraaciscan Sister Carol Ann named principal High School and Flaget School, both in Vin. ister Mause has served as associate, director of re- education and youth min- at Sacred Heart Church, has a bachelor's degree n College in Indi- anapolis and a master's degree from Clark Ran Pittman has been named principal at Precious Blood School, Jasper. He has been a science and religious teacher at Rivet High School, Vincennes. He has a B.S. degree and an M.S. degree frmn Indiana Uni- versity. There are openings for princi- pals at Holy Redeemer School, Evansville; St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, and Holy Family School, Jasper. Happy Birthday! Father Edward Schnur, associ- ate to the Catholic community of Washington, residing at St. Simon Church, Washington, cel- ebrates his birthday July 10. Father Anthony Kissel, dio(:e- san director of' Campus Ministry and director of Campus Ministry at the University of Southern In- diana, celebrates his birthday July 11. Family of the month The Schutte Family, consisting of Francis and Beth Schutte and their son Steve, have been named the "Family of the Month" by the Knights of Colum- bus Council 565 of Evansville. Francis Schutte has been a K of C member for six years, coun- cil recorder for three years, and council chairman of the Tootsie Roll Drive for two years. He is a Fourth Degree member. Academy names new principal Richard Mathena, a history and English teacher at Dubois High School for the past 24 years, been named principal at Marian Heights Acad- Ferdinand. said he is "excited" about his new posi- , noting it will allow him "a place where I can my thith with people. Want to form a bridge between teachers and Lappening in education. A lot of knowl- intelligence is lost by (administrators) not with the teachers." replace Benedictine Sister Mary Dominic who has spent 26 years with the best person for the job," said Bene- Sister Mary Cheryl Uebelhor, school presi- "He's an open, approachable person, and very about current trends in education. He will reIate well with the students "Where customers send their friends" Open nightly til 9 p.m: & Son ore .s so.. - Jum, - ,m.m2 You Know: 1-800-937-USA1 IA is most trouble free car made in America J. D. Powers I GOOD SHEPHERD SCHOOL OPENS 2ND KINDERGARTEN FOR 1993-94 SCHOOL YR. QUALITY 30 CATHOLIC 0  EDUCATION AFTER-SCHOOL CARE REGISTER NOW: 476-4477 i E, AND TER i'  ....  : . ,  , ,; AFFORDABLE LUXURY IN BEAUTIFUL SOUTHERN . AT CAMP ONDESSONK IN THE SHAWNEE NATIONAL FOREST INSURANCE AGENCY 464-5993 bENNIS K. FELDHAUS JAMES A. NIEMEIER Mater Dei Class of '70 GEORGE P. HELFRICH Mater Dei Class of '69 Mater Dei Class of '69 "'WE SUPPORT CATHOLIC EDUCATION" Forward in Faith Contributions to Forward in Faith, a S5.1 million campaign of the Sisters of St. Benedict, have exceeded the halfway point. The campaign will fund the nova- tion of St. Benedict Hall and the costs of a sabbatical at St, Meinrad. Relocation The Counseling Center at St. Mary's Medical Center, Evans. ville, has relocated from the sec- ond floor to the first floor of Regina Continuing Care Center. Included in the Center are the of- Marian Heights Academv li- rices of Day Therapy, PathWays "'brriea-thbekot3 astd the  Employee Asisr.4nge Program, shop. Clinical Psyctb'iS,<Chemltml::  '  Dependence Intensive Outpa- Eatlowment Fund .an, th.,o0000.s or Dr. G, Flick and Dr. P_ BucEland., An endowment fund, in honor of the late Father James J, Sweeney. has been established at St. Meinrad School of Theology. Income from the endowment will be used to assist priests with Thomas .... Please send information for AROUND TIlE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, INI 47724. II I I I I I I I I1[ THANKS FROM EMMA! II I I I I/ ''i I I thank my God each time I think of you and every time I pray for you. I praf with iov because of thew av vouhave helped 1 i,l,., ,fi in the ;.v6rk of the gospel. and so, I am certain that God, who began this good :i-1 work in you ,,,ill carr)it on until it is finished on the day of Jesus Christ. (Phil ippians 1:1-16) These word# of Paul's & , expres my grataude for each of you for all you are and all you have done in the catb(hetlcal EffOrts of the ChurCh in the Evans! ville diocese. As I bid farewell. I take this opportunity to thank Pxp:t, SSIOFI$ "tion ]ur love. warmth, and s nsitirity "were-- d,- ,duepl) felt. Thank you so very much. May elf that vou do be blessings for others. Arid, may I &tend this special blessing upon all of YOU:: ,t,it/ /a. /.4,t ;,, i .ar thc ..Lorff i,. ,t,itt ,//,,u & ffdnc. ...... a r [ v"' l Sister Mary Emma ]ochum. O,Si