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1993 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 the Diocese Communicants at Celestine of the First Communion class at St. Peter Celestine Church, Celestine, include, front. Brosmer, Philip Bieker, Kirby Frank, Corine Vaal, Heather Kleinhelter, Sheena Renae Betz, Sarah Collins, Jennifer Voegerl, Robin Betz, Amanda Hasenour, Jason second row, Eric Breitwieser, server, Blake Schroering, Adam Breitwieser, Jami Thomas Riley, Matthew Lueken, third row, Adam Brosmer, server, Kent Reckel- Schnell, Lindsey Zehr, Anthony Meyer, Eric Tyler, Justin Waninger, Joseph Frick, Schroering, Kyle Hoffman, Lindsay Vogler, Bradley Gehlhausen, fourth row, Judy Adam Bieker, server, Father John Boeglin, pastor, Brian Meyer, server, Father Schroering, Steven Gehlhausen, server, and Jenny Butler, catechist. DRE Joseph r Geneva Stumler has the new Director of Education at St. Joseph County. taught in elementary ughout the Diocese for 13 years and s assistant DRE in Tell tbeen pastoral associate uinand Church, Ferdi- or the past four years. Birthday! Erbacher, pastor Church, St. An* his birthday bavid Fleck, pastor of Philip, and diocesan Voca- celebrates his birth- Walker, Adju- Vicar in the Dioce- nal, celebrates his 22. Ran elected of board itzel has been elected of the Alumni Associa- of Directors at y. This is ae in the association's lay mall has been of Evansville, Ritzel vice-president of k in Chicago. Anniversaries at Sacred Heart Congratulations to couples at Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes, celebrating July wed- ding anniversaries: James and Da]rlene Laue, 44 years; Bill and. Alma Greenwell, 57 years; Bob and Janet Schulze, 43 years; Joe and Estelle Riley, 60 years. K of C Council 1131 makes donations The Knights of Columbus Fa- ther Nicholas A. Hassel Council 1131 of Princeton has sent a check for $50o to St. Joseph School, Princeton, to be used for tuition for any child in need of assistance. The Princeton K of C also con- tributed $201 to the Gibson Country Right to Life organiza- tion. The funds were raised through the "One Rose. One Life" pro- gram. Academy receives $2,000 grant Marian Heights Academy, Fer- dinand, has been awarded a $2,000 grant from the Henry F. Koch Trust in Evansville. The money will be used as a scholar- ship for students from the Evans- ville area. Anniversaries at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, EvansviLle, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Lavern and Bruce Peak. 47 years; Paul and Rose Stofleth, 46 years; Earl and Lillian Schneider, 51 years; Arthur and Agnes Shaw, 57 years; Paul and Betty Wolf, 45 years; Dan and Eva Cronin, 44 years Jewel and Teresa Nelson, 46 years. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. DEWIG BROS. PACKING CO. FRESH MEAT BEEF AND PORK HAUBSTADT, INDIANA Funds for Pro Sara Breeze and Deanna the rummage sale sponso b [ pro'life coordinato, The age :e held at SL :: I Theresa parish  Eyrie i raised $728! | ceeds, will be used for Prelect Rachel; the post:!i | abortion counseling program spo III I III On the mend Msgr. J. Patrick Kilfoil, a retired priest of the Diocese of Evansville, is recovering from injuries received in an automobile accident. Msgr. Kilfoil was superintendent of Memorial High School in the 1940s, and later served as pastor of St. Joseph Church, Evansville. He also worked at the Diocesan Tribunal. Msgr. Kilfoil retired in 1976 and lives at 6161 Sunset Lane, North Crow's Nest, Indianapolis, IN 46208. Father William I. Dietsch, pastor of Sts. Peter and Paul Church, Petersburg, is on the mend after an accident at the Outpost, July 7. 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