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1996 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana mentioning... Legion of Mary sponsoring booth u F . or years the Legion of Mary has sponsored a Catholic Information Booth at the Vander- ourgh County 4-H Fair," said Betty Hatfield on behalf of the Legion of Mary "Many churched and un-churched are reached through this work of evangelization." the fair days, July 23 to 27, Legion members will distribute free literature and Catholic in addition to giving passers-by a free chance on a religious item. *Ve invite Message readers to look us up," Hatfield said. "We&apos;ll be at Exhibit Booth #46 in the : ilding between noon and 9 p.m on all the days of the fair." i K of C Council selects 'Family of the Month' The families of James L. Lambert and Marvin F. Goedde were selected the for the May and 1996 "Family of the Month" honors, respectively, by the Knights of Columbus Council #565, tlLambert, financial secretary of Council #565 since 1992, was a delegate to the state conven- Ion from 1992 to 1995, and is active in the Fall Festival parking and other fund drives. :. tie and his wife, Betty, have nine children. They are members of Christ the King Church, Vhere he serves as Eucharistic Minister and Lector. , Ooedde, a member of the K of C since 1985, has served as Council Recorder for the last three and was a delegate to the State Convention in 1996. He assists with the pancak e break- to benefit Gibault School for Boys, parking for the Fall Festival, and on many maintenance at the K of C Hall. his wife, Annette, have eight children. He is active at Sacred Heart Church, Evansville, and as a member of the Knights of St. John Commoner #335. Church artists, architects to meet in IndYon More than 500 artists and architects who work Catholic Church environments will meet for 1996 FORM/REFORM Conference at the Westin Hotel, lndianapolis, Aug. 17 to 20. 'Phe conference is designed to enrich artists, architects, craftspeople, those involved in church ing or renovation projects, diocesan building and liturgical commission members, consul- students and others. can credits miracle to St. Vincent Paul Society's founder JOHN THAVIS _ News Service CITY (CN-S) -- )roved a miracle to the intercession of Frederic - Ozanam, of the Society of St. Vin- Paul, c]earing the way John Paul II approved June 25. Beatifica- in which the church de- n person blessed, is the Step before a declaration Vincentian Faro- that the Holy Fa- chosen to officially rec- the saintliness of our said Joseph H. president of the U.S. council of the society. "Frederic Ozanam was a devoted family man, and it seems particularly fitting that he be moved one step closer to canonization at a time when there is such an outcry to embrace family values." An 18th:century French his- torian and literary scholar, Ozanam is considered a model of the lay apostolate. His atten- tion to the poor, on an intellec- tual and a concrete level, in- spired his society, which today includes hundreds of thousands of Catholic lay people world- wide. Born in Milan, Italy, in 1813, he was brought up and edu- cated in southern France: At the age of 20, he and fellow stu- dents in Paris formed "Confer- DUBOIS ,:0UNTY BANK MEMBER OLD NATIONAL BANCORP Me,nbcr FDIC YOUR FIVE STAR SERVICE BANK ence of Charity," an organiza- tion that two years later became the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. From the beginning, the soci- ety offered assistance to Catholics and non-Catholics and promoted the transfer of charity resources from country to country. As a professor of law, history and literature, Ozanam had a profound effect on French aca- demic life in the mid-1800s, par- ticularly in refuting attacks on Catholicism. His social teaching on eco- nomics and the democratic state are now judged to have fore- shadowed "Rerum Novarum," the landmark papal social en- cyclical written some 50 years later. In addition to his teaching po- sitions at the Sorbonne in Paris and at Lyons, he was active in evangelization programs and Catholic journalism. He died at age 40, and his sainthood cause was introduced in 1923. D.O.W.N.T.O.W'N VINCENNES, IN 47591 i i HAUB STEAK HOUSE PRIME STEAKS * SEAFOOD * CHICKEN (812) 768-6462 LARGE PARTY ROOMS Haubstadt, Ind. i It SUMMER SOCIAL Behind North High School- Evansville JULY 18 - 19 - 20 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Golden Jubilarians Harold W. and Anna Catherine "Ann" (Ziliak) Weis Evansville will celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversar with a Mass of Thanksgiving at 11 a.m. July 21 at St. Theres Church, Evansville. A dinner and dance for family, relative and invited guests will be held July 27 at the Evansville Atl letic Club. The couple was married July 23, 1946, at St,, Peter and Paul Church, Haubstadt. They are the parents ( three children: Judy Dauby and Linda Souder, both e Evansville, and Steve Weis of Montgomery They have fiv grandchildren, one step-grandchild, and one great-gram: daughter. Mr. Weis retired from Whirlpool after 41-and< half years. Mrs. Weis retired from the Evansville Store v Lawndale, and Whirlpool Corp. Golden Jubilarians Urban and Ardella (Daunhauer) Wilmes of Jasper will c, ebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a Mass Thanksgiving at 9 a.m. July 28 at St. Joseph Church. A Open House will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Knights Columbus Home in Jasper. The couple was married Ju 30, 1946, at Mary, Help of Christians Church, Mariah Hi They are the parents of five children: Dr. Don Wilmes Laurel, Md., Becky Dougherty of Strongsville, Ohio, Ste Wilmes of Indianapolis, Kerry Wiimes of Jasper, and Nan Wilmes of Indianapolis. They have five grandchildren. Wilmes works for Jasper Wood Products; Mrs. Wilmes i. seamstress. CHICKEN & ROAST BEEF DINNERS Dine in our air-conditioned cafeteria, serving each night 4-7 p,m. New! Expanded dining facilities. RIDES * CHINESE AUCTION * CASH RAFFLES HOMEMADE CANDY  KUCHENS * QUILTS FESTIVAL LICENSE #96FE71306109-01