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6 The Message m for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Bulletin Board Items are se- lected from information submit- ted in writing by parishes, schools and organizations serv- ing the Catholic community in southwestern Indiana. Local times are listed. The deadline for the August 23 issue is August 16. The dead- line for the Aug. 30 issue is Aug. 23. Send information to Sister Mary Etta Kiefer, O.S.B., BUL- LETIN BOARD, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville IN 47724-0169. General Interest Quarterly corporate Mass and installation of officers, Knights of Columbus Council 565, Sunday, August 11, 2901 W. Maryland St., Evansville. Rosary at 7:45 a.m., Mass at 8, celebrated by Chaplain Father Fred Englert, followed by instal- lation of officers. Buffet break- fast in dining room. For buffet reservations call (812) 423-2734. For more information, call Larry Preske, (812) 474-0440 days or 473-2401 evenings. Emergency Priestless Sun- days training session, a one- time offering, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 7 p.m., St. John Church, 5301 Daylight Dr., Evansville. Presen- ter is Father Willliam J. Deer- ing, Director of Worship/RCIA. This is a refresher course for those designated, trained, and certified for this ministry. Parishes may also invite new persons who would then become certified. St. John's German Fest, Aug. 17, 6 p.m. to midnight, 625 Frame Rd., Newburgh. Bratwurst, sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, navy beans and bread; beer and live entertainment. Tickets $5, available at parish office or from any Men's Club member. $6 at door. Drawings for two color TVs. Sponsored by St. John Men's Club. Class of 1946 reunion, St. Joseph School, Saturday, Au- gust 17. Mass at 5 p.m., St. Joseph Church, Virginia and Garvin Sts., Evansville. Dinner following Mass at Knights of Columbus, 2901 W. Maryland, Evansville. Beverly Wayne, (812) 477-0202. Exhibit on St. Meinrad's first Abbot Aug. 6 to Sept. 29 at the Archabbey library. Father Martin Marty, who arrived at St. Meinrad six years after its founding, was elected the first Abbot in 1870. Th e display com- menrates his colorful life and in- cludes photos and other memo- rabilia. The exhibit is free and open to the public Monday through Friday, 8 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to 4:30 p.m.; Saturdays and Sundays, 1 to 4:30 p.m. Bar- bara Crawford, (812) 357-6501. Oriental Rug Bazaar fundraiser for Mater Dei and Memorial high schools, Sept. 7 to 14, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily at Catholic Center, 4200 N. Ken- tucky Ave., Evansville. (812) 424- 5536, ext. 64, or (800) 637-1731. Big Bingo Spectacular, Octo- ber 20 at Vanderburgh Audito- rium Gold Room. Pots from $300 to $1,000; total give-away $10,000. Tickets $50 per person; corporate tables of 8, $400. Seated dinner promptly at 5:30 p.m.; bingo from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Make checks payable to Evansville Catholic High Schools, and mail to P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724-0169, or call (812) 424- 5536, ext. 64 for information. Classes/Workshops Hospice pastoral workshop Aug. 14, 9 a.m. to noon, at Visit- ing Nurse Association, 610 E. Walnut St., Evansville. Free to pastoral care providers who min- ister to the dying. Topics in- clude: What is Hospice? Spiritu- ality and Hospice, The Role of the Volunteer, Bereavement Care, and a video based on the story of a VNA Hospice patient. Conti- nental breakfast will be served. For reservations and informa- tion, call (812) 425-3561, and ask for Hospice. Visions and Revelations of the Book of Daniel, chapters 6 through 12, as introduction to the book of Revelations (continued), Thursdays, Sept. 5, 12, 19, 26, Oct. 3, 10, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. or 7 to 9 p.m., Catholic Center, 4200 N. Kentucky Ave., Evansville. Fa- ther Donald C. Dilger, Teacher of Scripture, examines mysterious biblical symbols. Bible required. Reserve morning or evening space by calling Activities Dept., (812) 424-5536. Tuition is $5 per session or .$20 for the six ses- sions. Walk-ins also welcome. Human Sexuality: Moral Teaching and Pastoral Care, course offered three weekends by St. Meinrad School of Theology: Sept. 7 and 8, Oct. 5 and 6 and Nov. 9 and 10; 9 a.m. to noon and 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. each day. Teaching will be Rev. Richard C. Sparks, editor at Paulist Press and well-known writer-teacher on sexuality/bio-medical ethics. Primary focus of the course is ethical, but other dimensions also will be incorporated. Three- hour, graduate level course at $195 per credit hour or $130 per audit hour. New students must register by Aug. 23. Contact Sis- ter Barbara C. Schmitz, Office of Continuing Education, (812) 357-6599 or (800) 730-9910. German.American Cus- toms, Beliefs, and Traditions, Elderhostel workshop Sept. 15 to 20, Kordes Enrichment Center, Ferdinand. The program, for persons 55 and older, will ex- plore the influence of German- speaking immigrants on Ameri- can culture. Presenters will be Drs. Ruth and Eberhard Reich- mann. Cost of $300 includes meals and double occupancy lodgings; single available at extra charge. To register contact Elderhostel, 75 Federal St., Third Floor, Boston, MA 02110- 1941, Or call (617) 426-8056, and indicate Kordes' code, 14499. One-day national aerobic certification workshop Satur- day and Sunday, Sept. 28 and 29, Welborn Hospital, Mulberry Fitness Center, Evansville. Cov- ered in the workshop are basic aspects of teaching group exer- cise, fundamentals of exercise evaluation/training principles. Registrants receive an instruc- tor's manual to lelp "prepare for the certification exam to be held at the end of the day. Approved for continuing education credits. Co-sponsored by Welborn Hospi- tal and National Dance Exercise Instructor's Training Associa- tion. Descriptive brochure avail- able. Call (800) 237-6242. Space limited. Cursillo Ultreya Information: Sec- ond Thursday of the month, 7 p.m., St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand. Fourth Monday, Providence Home basement, Jasper, 7 p.m. Fourth Thursday, 7 p.m., Resur- rection, Evansville. Fourth Thursday, 7 p.m., St. John, New- burgh; third Tuesday, 7 p.m., Holy Cross, Fort Branch. Every Monday, 6 p.m., St. Mary, Evansville. Information: (812) 423-9300. Retreats Conference Retreat for Men, Courage to Accept the Lord's Love, Mount St. Joseph Center, 8001 Cummings Rd., Maple Mount, Ky., Sept. 13, 5 p.m. to Sept. 15, after lunch. Re- treat director is Rev. Paul J. Clifford, SJ, of Loyola Academy. Cost is $100 for retreat, six meals and accommodations. Reg- istration deadline: Aug. 26; $25 deposit. Kathy Payne, (502) 229- 4103, ext. 413 for credit card reg- istration. Spiritual growth Eucharistic Devotion, Sec- ond Sunday of the month, 2 to 3 p.m., St. Anthony Church, Evansville. Summer Socials St. Philip, St. Philip, Au- gust I0 and Ii, Saturday barbe- cue, 5 to 7:30 p.m. Live band, Free Reign, 7 to 10 p,m.; Sun- day, chicken dinrier, 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Hourly attendance raf- fles and big cash raffle Sun., 10 p.m., quilts, games, rides, crafts. Mary, Help of Christians, Mariah Hill, picnic August 11, fried chicken dinners in dining hall; special Mariah Hill soup, bowl or bulk (bring container); hamburgers, ice cream, drinks. More than 50 quilts, combina- tion raffle. St. Benedict, Evansville, August 15, 16 and 17. Chicken and roast beef dinners with dumplings, dressing, dessert. Food booths, kids' games with prizes, amusement rides, bingo, crafts, baked goods, Chinese auc- tion. Handmade and fancy quilts raffled nightly; $3,000 big money raffle, with $1,500 first prize. Precious Blood, Jasper, parish picnic Sunday, August 18. Chicken and roast beef dinners in the cafeteria. Homemade soup, country store, quilts, grand raffle. St. Vincent de Paul, Vin- cennes, August 25, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Chicken dinner in the shel- ter house, quilt raffle, country store, kids' games, bingo. St. Martin, Whitfield, Au- gust 25, 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Dinners, sandwiches, card-play- ing, recreation for youth. All Saints Church, Can- nelburg, August 31, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Amish quilt auction, Amish lunches, Amish baked goods, horse and buggy rides, Altar So- ciety craft booth. St. Mary, Daviess County, August 31, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Amish quilt raffle (quilt auction inside hall), Altar Society craft booths (inside), woodcrafts, baked goods, dumplings, noo- dles. Raffle: first prize quilt, sec- ond prize paintings, third and fourth prizes, $100, fifth prize crocheted afghan. Support Groups Man to Man: prostate sup- port group, Aug. 13, 6:30 to 8 p.m., Evansville Cancer Center, 700 N. Burkhardt Rd., Evansville. Psychologist Al Spillman will dis- cuss psychological issues with prostate cancer. All men diag- nosed with prostate cancer or BPH and their significant others. No charge; refreshments served. A1 Spillman, (812) 474-1110. Al Anon Family Groups, fel- lowships of people whose lives Vincennes Bicknell Sandborn Monroe City AmBank 00',i0000eton ' .... *""' '"" Patoka Member F.D.I.C. and families have been affected by alcoholism. Daily meetings. (812) 421-2800. The Compassionate Friends meets the third Monday of each month, 7:15 p.m., Eastside Chris-. tian Church, Bayard Park and Weinbach Ave., Evansville. It is a group of bereaved parents offer- ing friendship and understanding to families who have experienced the death of any age child. Call (812) 424-9586, 783-2398, or 477- 2224, anytime. Trips/Tours Bus trip to Gibault School and Honey Creek Mall, Au gust 24, leaving Knights ox Columbus, 2901 W. Maryland St., at 9:45 a.m. Visit shopping mall and Gibault School for Boys, returning to K of C at 9 p.m. Sponsored by Knights of Columbus, Council No. 565. For reservations: Charlie Castleman, 985-5549. St. Ben's Social Club's trip to New Orleans Sept. 9 through 14. If interested cal 11 Charlie or Lillian Woerz, (812) 476-8758. Churches of St. Louis tour October 17, sponsored by the Mature Adult Group of St. John Newburgh. Featured will be the Shrine of St. Joseph and the Basilica of St. Louis (Old Cathe- dral), followed by Mass at noon, St. John, Apostle and Evangelist Church, and lunch at Union Sta- tion. The group will then see St. Francis Xavier Church on St. Louis University campus, con cluding the tour at Cathedral oi St. Louis. $39 includes motor': coach fare, coffee and donuts, and tours at St. Joseph, College Church, and the Cathedral. For reservations, call or write Ken Meyer, Box 164, New HarmonY, IN 47631, (812) 682-4477. airfare from New York, a.c.co; modations, full breakfast, dln i u0m0d: : Maw ! vPi?!t' :! i:0:! IN 47715, (812)477-6750 Holy Resary Opryland Dec. 4 to 6. Three-day, tw:;; k. stay at Onrvland Hotel; b - , _ _- Gerl. fast show, lunch shOW u- ;=ht Jackson; some meals andS:ge, seeing. $300. Bill Tentta (812) 476-1743. Youth/Young Adults Young Adult trip .... Mike Cost is $20. For reservatWn Marcella, (800) 637-1731 or (812) 424-5536. Main Street Pharmacy 217 E. Main St., Downtown Wshington Phone: 254.5141