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1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 11 of C councils bring Providence Home residents to 0pryland Note: The following is reprinted with permis- the Tennessee Regis- in Nashville, Tenn. the sixteenth consecu- councils from Middle Kentucky, and In- cooperated to bring 29 from Providence Home to Nashville for a day Opryland, U.S.A. group arrived at Opry- in their light blue school While some men exited hesitantly, others came for adventure. Res- Hussell had his video strapped around his and friend, Ambrose intent on purchasing the train and the said Godfrey Horak, of the Knight passenger, Howard enthusiastically shook with everyone, but he didn't want to ride B that would get him wet. men really look for- to the trip," said Sons of Providence Father Thaddeus Sztuckzko, director of Providence Home. The trip was first organized by Richard Bevington, a past Grand Knight and member of Nashville's St. Ann Parish. His son, Richard, Jr., was then a member of the Providence Home community, and once, while visiting Nashville, he had spent a day at the theme park. Wanting to share the ex- perience with his son's friends in Jasper, Bevington began the initiative to fund and organize the three-day visit that became possible with support from par- ticipating Knights of Columbus councils. "This is a large undertak- ing," said Bevington, "but a lot of help is given along the way." Council 1315 in Bowling Green, Ky., hosted lunch for the men on their way to Nashville. After arriving, the group swam and had dinner at Council 544, on Bosley Springs Road. The travelers were wel- comed with bed and breakfast at St. Albert's Hall, of the Cathedral of the Incarnation. After the day at Opryland, the Hi-Tech Sheet Metal Inc. 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The costs of the Opryland admission, breakfasts, and lodging were covered with help from the Nashville and Madi- son councils. The Columbia, Tullahoma, and Hermitage councils pitched in with chap- erones for the day at the park. "This is the first year I've chaperoned," commented Willie Jones, who was pushing his guest, Donnie Hopple, in a wheelchair. "In Columbia, we have a home for people who are disabled. As president of our CYO group at St. Catherine Church, I had helped give them parties. I like helping others who can't easily help themselves," he said. It was the third year to ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR FOR LITURGICAL FORMATION The Office of Worship of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of is seeking an Associate Director for Liturgical Formation. This ,-created position will serve as a worship consultant to the parishes of archdiocese by providing liturgy evaluations, workshops, liturgy commit- training, and general administration of all liturgical formation programs. Qualified candidates should have a minimum of a bachelor's degree in a field and at least five years of experience in pastoral liturgy with specific knowledge in the area of liturgical art and environment. A degree in liturgicaistudies is preferred. We offer competitive compensation and excellent benefits, including insurance and a retirement plan. Please send resume and salary in confidence, to: Ed Isakson Director, Human Resources The Archdiocese of Indianapolis P.O. Box 1410 Indianapolis, IN 46206 An Equal Opportunity Employer chaperone for Charles Notaro of the Hermitage Knights of Columbus. He, Mike Porter, and Alberto Go, were among the many Knights who spent their day assisting the visitors who rarely slowed down. Paul Drippe, from Tulla- homa Council 3991 pushed his "buddy," Howard Davis, around the park, and Colum- bia Council's Elmer and Jeanne Bindord wheeled their charges into shows and restau- rants throughout the long 10 a.m. -- 5 p.m. day. And though the sun poured down and the temperature rose into the 90s, everyone agreed the heat did not damper their spirits. Frank Motthr, a Providence Home resident who rode the Dulcimer Splash (known in seasons past as the Flume Zoom) with attending nurse P.J. Rudy, said he always has fun when he takes the trip to Opryland. =I didn't get wet this time, " he said. For the Knights of Columbus and the men from Providence Home, it can be said, "A good time was had by all." I III I Ed. L. Lee Mortuary 101 North Meridian Street * Washington, IN 254-3612 I I .... Mas .... Fire & Safety Equip. Co. In:. Over 25 years sales and service in the Td-state 670 E. Franklin 424-3863 i I I I Vincennes Bicknell - Sandbom Monroe City Princeton. Patoka Member F.DJ,C. ..... II I i I i I Looking at vows Leaders of 23 religious :or-: ders in the Milwauk  diocese ed for:a eW look at the religious voWS Of poverty, chastity and obedi ence in a joint pasto ietter with Milwaukee s two Catholic bishops. =Formerlyl the vows were seen princi pally as a means of separa tion from the world in oer to focus one,s attention on developing a personal rela-' tionship th ," stud the letter signed by Milwaukee Archbishop Rembert G;: Weaklaud, Auxiliary Bishop Richard J. Sklba and the re ligiou suon: rhe vow do help nter one's life ir !God, but they canals 0 fa tate participation in the world's affairs in order to bring social and political forces into closer Hom00m. I : A majority of Miamian;! have experien homeless: I ness "as they fled t our shores," and should not for- get teir own and euf. fe when it comes to help ing thoJe currently in need d hbiahop EdwA !McCarthy of Mi Head dressed a raucous audien st a recent city hea  t, 0f Miami Cm= 1 a$3 million,  8501 bed facility for street war is over, the