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July 30, 1993 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 ttk00,. Diocese 00ndent 00onastery elects prioress Benedictine Sister Judy .Yunker, formerly of Newburgh, has been elected the first pri- of the Dwelling Place in Martin, Ky. Yunker was born in the oldest child of Becker) Yunker and the Frank P. Yunker Jr., both of h. She entered the Sis- of St. Benedict in 1958. Be- to Kentucky in 1978, a teacher in southern In- iana and a missionary in nd Peru. The Dwelling Place Monastery beginnings in 1976, when Benedictine Sisters from went to eastern Ken- to live and minister. It.be- an independent monastery June, during the chapter of the Federation of St. Currently, the Dwelling Place is composed of four professed members, temporarily professed mem- and one novice. Two of the Sister Yunker and Sister Schepers, are originally the monastery in Ferdi- DOMINICAN SISTERS OF HA WTHORNE Hands-on. nursing .care o incurable cancer patentr in seven free homes. Our Sisters come fror all #lks of life. Prior nursing e.rperieme not req=ired. C03,7.4CZ" Sr.Marie Edord Rosa o, Hill Home 600 Linda Ave. Hou, tborne, Ne= York 10S32 (914) 769-4794 Happy Birthday! Father Hilary Vieck, pastor of St. Peter Church, Linton, and moderator at Holy Name Church, Bloomfield, celebrates his birth- day August 1. Father Raymond Reising, a resident of Villa Maria, Evans- ville, celebrates his birthday Au- gust 1. Father David Nunning, pastor of St. Wendel Church, St. Wen- del, celebrates his birthday Au- gust 3. Anniversary of ordination Father Robert Kress of St. Paul Church, 214 Nassau Street, Princeton, New Jersey 08542, was ordained a priest Aug. 6, 1958. Father Conrad Louis, O.S.B., chaplain at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, was or- dained a priest Aug. 11, 1940. Deacon anniversaries Stephen Hall Jr. of St. Bernard Church, Gibson County, and Holy Cross Church, Fort Branch, was ordained a deacon Aug. 3, 1985. James Cavera of Holy Re- deemer Church, Evansville, was ordained a deacon Aug. 6, 1983. Happy Birthday! Benedictine Sister Doris Marie Knebel, principal at Holy Spirit School, Evansville, celebrates her birthday Aug. 4. Laurie Schopmeyer, assistant principal at Westside Catholic Consolidated School, Evansville, celebrates her birthday Aug. 7. Linda Eberhard, assistant principal at Memorial High School, Evansville, celebrates her birthday Aug. 8. Jill Ann White Administrator Hwy. 57 So. Washington, IN 8812-254-4516 rairle Village iving Center  Peoples Trust Company SOUTH MAIN STREET P.O. BOX 191 LINTON, INDIANA 4744" 1 POSITION AVAILABLE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR Catholic Consolidated Schools is seeking applications for the position for the 1993-94 school year. uirements: Practicing Catholic , Four years teaching experience in Catholic Schools Master's Degree Kentucky administration certificate or working toward certification Excellent administration/communication skills resume to the following address by August 4th, 1993: Search Committee 600 Locust St. Owensboro, KY 42301 Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Dick and Elvira Wolf, 47 years; Chet and Elizabeth Ny- huise, 52 years; Waldo and Irene Hilgeman, 45 years; Nick and E1- lamae Okruch, 45 years; Harold and Rita Meth, 44 years; Harold and Anna Weis, 47 years; Ted and Louise Bishop, 47 years. Lilly Grant St. Mary-of-the-Woods has re- ceived a $75,000 grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. The fdnds will be used to develop curriculum delivery systems for the Women's External Degree Pro- NFPC gram. Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper, cel- ebrating wedding anniversaries: Cyril and Henrietta Mehringer, 51 years; Gilbert and Lucille Weyer, 52 years: Otto and Er- milda Gehlhausen, 45 years; Roman and Lilla Mae Stenfte- nagel, 52 years; John and Rose Schwindel, 41 years: Ralph and Mary Merkley, 43 years; Wilfred and Alice Hochgesang, 46 years; Robert and Rita Friedrich, 52 years; Maurice and Marie Mel- chior, 47 years. VBS at St. Matthew Ninety-seven children at- tended Vacation Bible School at St. Matthew Church, Mount Ver- non, according to Connie Scheller. Journalism award Dr. Richard C. Stern, assistant professor of Homiletics at St. Meinrad School of Theology, has received a first place journalism award from the Catholic Press Association. He received the award for his article "Preaching the Parables of Jesus" which appeared in the Winter '92 edition of Church magazine. 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. Association adopts mission statement More than a dozen presidents of Benedictine colleges and universities throughout the United States, including St. Meinrad, have joined together to form the Association of Benedictine Colleges and Universities. Benedictine Fa- ther Eugene Hensell, president-rector of St. Meinrad, at- tended their recent meeting at which a mission statement was adopted. The statement commits the institutions to "academic and professional excellence" in work that "concretizes Gospel values as interpreted by the Rule of St. Benedict." Key elements of the statement include a stress on the primacy of God and the things of God; a reverent listening for the varied way in which God is revealed: the formation of community built on respect for individuals, each of whom is seen as an image of Christ himself; the search for and the development of meaning in one's life; and the ex- ercise of good stewardship." The statement concludes by saying the Benedictine institutions "strive to promote the common good of Church and society, and assist individu- als to lead lives of balance, generosity and integrity." This mission tnd values, says Father Eugene, embody the precise reason why a St. Meinrad education is such an integrated program. "The tradition and influence of 15 centuries of Benedictine prayer, work and study make St. Meinrad's approach to priesthood formation, lay ministry and lay leadership, and retreat direction so rich and dis- tinctive. 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