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1994 The Message- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 3 New principals begin duties in schools ANNE MARIE BRANDLE She is currently enrolled at Ball State University, pursu- ing an Ed.S. degree in School Administration. She holds an M.S. degree in School Adminis- tration from Indiana Univer- sity Fort Wayne and a B.S. de- gree in Elementary Education Karen Riordan, principal at Sts. Peter and Paul School, ANN HUGHES Message staff writer hree new principals have hired for the 1994-95 year, according to the of Catholic Education. new principals in- St. Theresa School, St. Bernard School, and Sts. Peter and School, Haubstadt. decision has been made a principal at School, Jasper. aew principals include: Marie Brandle, at St. Theresa School, served as princi- at St. Paul School, Marion, siace 1983. She was prin- t St. Louise School in Ind., from 1978 to also taught at Sts. and Paul School, Hunt- Ind., and at St. Paul's MILLER & MILLER "A family name you can trust" 424-9274 Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 ]. Traylor Phone: 486-3285 Washington Auto Trim 27 Years Service :  i /  ..... ! i JASPER LUMBER CO. KAREN RIORDAN Haubstadt. Riordan served as principal at St. Theresa School, Evansville, from 1991 to 1994. COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Ph: 482-1125 RT. 4, JASPER From 1990-91, she was princi- pal at St. Ann School in Mor- ganfield, Ky. She taught at St. Joseph School in Madison, Tenn., Bishop Byrne High School in Memphis, Tenn., at Our Lady of Sorrows School in Memphis, and at St. Edward School in Nashville, Tenn. She holds a B.S. degree from Middle Tennessee State Uni- versity and a Master of Educa- tion degree from Trevecca Col- lege in Nashville. Lee Berg, principal at St. Bernard School, Rockport. Berg comes to Rockport from Kentucky where he recently served as pastoral associate at Immaculate Conception Church in Hawesville and at St. Columba Church in Lewisport. He has worked as principal at Mary Carrico Memorial School in Philpot, Ky., and was princi- pal and teacher at St. Bernard School from 1977 to 1985. The present president of the St. Bernard Parish Council was in Berg's first eighth grade class there. When informed that his former teacher was coming back "he welcomed me home," Berg said. Berg holds an associate degree from Vincennes University, Jasper, and a B.S. degree from ISUE. In 1980, he received a Master of Arts degree from the University of Evansville, and in 1985, he received his adminis- trator's license. Bishop Continued from page 1 parish to parish. For example, a parish with many older, lonely parishioners might want to organize a more active effort of home visitation and helping senior citizens get to church. Another parish where many people are poor and in need would take a different ap- proach. "I am not going to decide what needs to be done" by the parishes, Collins said. His role will be "to help them decide how to make Christ's love and justice present in their parishes." Msgr. Kenneth R. Knapp, vicar general and moderator of the curia, headed up the search committee efforts for the new director. Msgr. Knapp said the committee interviewed Collins late last week and unanimously recommended him for the position. Collins said his experience includes financial administra- HAUB STEAK HOUSE PRIME STEAKS - SEAFOOD - CHICKEN (1} 768-6462 LARGE PARTY ROOMS Haubstadt. Ind. i iii i AUTO TOPS. SEAT COVERS. 80AT COVERS STEREO SALES 8, INSTALLATIONS 254-3943 HWY 50 EAST, BEHIND UPS CENTER EUGENE WELP, OWNER I I IIII I I I I ST THOMAS ANNUAL PICNIC On the parish grounds 7 miles south of Vincennes, Indiana Sunday July 17 Chicken Dinners Served from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Carry-out dinners will be available "Fricassee & Hamburgers I II I |11 ii I III I tion and planning, Quality As- surance, monitoring compli- ance with federal, state and local funding sources, program planning and evaluation, pro- gram promotion, community li- aison, coordination of multiple programs, staff training and development. Since 1992, Collins also served as a clinical consultant at Presley Ridge, Inc., a large, independent Pittsburgh agency serving children and families. His previous employment has included coordination of programs at the Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic in Philadelphia, where he devel- oped a program to integrate re- ligion into family therapy. Collins was in private practice as a family therapist in Philadelphia and the northern New Jersey area, from 1981 to 1989. Earlier positions in- cluded work in crisis interven- tion and child welfare in county offices in Virginia and Maryland. Collins, 51, received his bachelors decree from St. Charles College in Philadel- phia in 1966, and a masters in social work from the Univer- sity of Pittsburgh in 1975. He received post graduate Family Therapy Certification, from the Family Therapy Insti- tute of Washington, D.C., in 1986. Collins and his wife, Diane, have two children, Patrick, 14, and Clare, 10. I I I II II III IIII DEWIG BROS. PACKING (:',O. FRESH MEAT BEEF AND PORK HAUBSTADT, INDIANA 11111 iii ii I I I III . II  I