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20 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Agust 21, All Catholics have interest in education By HEIDI SCHLUMPF " Catholic News Service CHICAGO (CNS) -- The head of the Chicago Archdio- cese's new Department of Education wants all Catholics to get in the back-to-school spirit. That doesn't mean everyone has to shop for crayons and notebooks or get fitted for a plaid skirt. But Father John Pollard believes all Catholics not just school children and their parents -- must recog- nize their responsibility for Catholic education. "It is the responsibility of the whole church to provide for the religious instruction of all people," said Father Pollard, director of the newly formed archdiocesan Department of Education. "It is not only the responsi- bility of parents who choose to send their children to Catholic schools to provide financial and other support for Catholic SCHNELLVILLE FOR COMPLETE ELECTRICAL SERVICE FISCHER ELECTRIC INC. 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