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5, 1994 The Message --for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 nd the Diocese celebration Sister Jean celebrated her golden ju- July 26. She is a native of and served as princi- and teacher at St. Agnes Evansville, from 1968 to she is chaplain at Medical Center in aries ition David Nunning, pas- Wendel Church, St. was ordained a priest 1969. Christopher a priest of the Diocese was ordained a Aug. 15, 1954. He resides Park Blvd., Silver Hill 20746. Warren Heitz, ad- of St. John Church, New was ordained a priest .15, 1961. Birthday! John Lefler, a mere- Clergy Assistance celebrates his birthday [2. He resides at 7788 Tay- Rd., Tennyson IN 47637. Birthday! Eberhard, assistant ICipal at Memorial High Evansville, celebrates 8. Director of Music Benedict Church Haury named Director of at St. Benedict Church, She replaces Doug who recently resigned. Haury is a graduate of St. Mary- of-the-Woods with a bachelor's degree in music education. She taught music in parochial schools in Terre Haute for six years and currently serves as di- rector of the St. Benedict School Summer Enrichment Program. She is the wife of Charlie Haury III and the mother of four chil- dren. Her favorite quotation is "He who sings, prays twice." New director of religious education Providence Sister Nancy Brosnan is the new director of Religious Education at Holy Family Church, Jasper. Parish elections at St. Peter, Linton Schwindel, 42 years; Wilfred and Alice Hochgesang, 47 years; Ralph and Mary Etta Mekley, 44 years; Robert and Rita Friedrichs, 53 years; Linus and Frances Dick, 54 years; Cyril and Henrietta Mehringer, 52 years; Gilbert and Lucille Weyer, 53 years; Roman and Lilla Mac Sten- ftenagel, 53 years. Anniversaries at Nativity Church Congratulations to Nativity parishioners A1 and Evelyn Little celebrating 40 years of marriage; James and Mary Ann Perking, 41 years; Fenton and Martha Taylor, 49 years; Vinton and Agnes Welter, 49 years. Parishioners at St. Peter Church, Linton, recently held elections for their Parish Pas- toral Council. Evelyn Runnels and Veronica Weaver were elected to the finance commission. Deidra Brumfield, Teresa Powell and Rita Smith were elected to the education commis- sion. Jerry Haussin and Char- years; Harold and Anna Weis, lie Karazsia were elected to the 48 years; Ted and Louise property commission. Bishop, 49 years; Andy and Irene Skomp was elected Florence Brassard, 48 years; an at-large representative. Austin and Leona Halbig, 53 These new members join cur- years. rent members Chuck Burns, Tom Long, Jerry Price, Cathy Burns, Kay Abel, Nor- Letter of intent bert Graves, Alfred McBride, John Scott McBride and Tara Schroering of Hunt- Nancy Karazsia. . Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: John and Rose ingburg has signed a letter of intent to play softball at St. Mary-of-the-Woods College. Schroering, a May graduate of Jasper High School, will receive an athletic grant-in-aid in the form of a partial tuition reim- bursement beginning this fall. She is the daughter of Delmar and Connie Sehroering and serves as organist at Holy Fam- ily Church, Jasper. Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 d J. Traylor Phone: 486-3285 MILLER & MILLER "A family name you can trust" 424-9274 Attend retreat Benedictine Sisters Anita Louise Lowe, Cathryn Fran- cis Salla and Mary Etta Kiefer of the Monaste Immac- ulate Conception in Ferdinand attended the tenth annual Bene- dictine Spirituality Workshop and Retreat held at Mount Scholastica in Atchison, Kan., June 28 through July 22. The session is for Benedictine women who are in temporary commit- ment and disccrning perpetual monastic profession. Sister Lowe, originally from Louisville, Ky., entered the monastery in 1987. She |s the assistant director of communica- tions for the Sisters of St. Bene- dict. Sister Salla entered the monastery in 1987 from Spring- field, Mo. She works in the infir- mary. Sister Kiefer entered the monastery in 1989 from Indi- anapolis. She is working as a grants writer for the Sisters of St. Benedict. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evans- ville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. Anniversaries " at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at st ! ville, celebrating wedding an- FHral H0mes_' niversaries: Waldo and Irene Hilgeman, 46 years; Nick and Four HIGHLAND CHAPEL ] Ellamae Okrueh, 46 years; Harold and Rita Meth, 45 Convenient Locations 6nee FroST AVE. I ANNUAL IIIIII I I III Depressed? Suicidal? Feeling Hopeless? THE HELP LINE 1-800-852-7279 We offer FREE, confidential assessments and help! BErmVlO HEALTH CErrEk I-JORIAL  HOSPITAL IHN)O Well )t|'= .%t=-eet  ld,.r,.,; J,,.li,.,,,, A i.,loi=za:ln ii ii ii I I I YOUR ! FA MIL Y ! 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