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5 August 23, 1996 = - Providence Sisters )rofess vows )] Sisters Doreen Lai, Mary L and Susan Whitlow pro- leased perpetual vows as Sisters II of Providence July 20 during a II ucharistic liturgy at St. Mary-of- Sister Lai currently is begin- ministry as director of St. Opportunity Center in She previously ministered at High School and Mother Gratia Spirituality Center, in Taiwan. She served as of- manager at St. Theresa Op- Center from 1994 to when she began studying at Mary-of-the-Woods College. She entered the Sisters of Prov- in 1988 from Risen Christ in Singapore. * Sister Ryan currently minis- as a t and librarian at School in Lockport, Ill. also taught at Holy Cross School in Indianapolis , at Holy Family School in Ill. Before entering the Congrega- she taught at St. Thomas the :l The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana IIIII IIIIIII I 11 Back to School Dana Gustafson, above, reads to her kindergarten students Trevor George, Kasey can and Heather Goodwin during their first day of : school They are students at St. Joseph School, Princeton. At right, St. Josephkindergarten student Pete WiHiamson tries out the classroom typewriter. .... A._-.,];,o,stle School and St, John the i i -- Message photos by Mary Ann Hughes / ptist School, both in Peabody, .... ........ ....... :, .' 1 lass., and at St. Mary School in I anvers, Mass. celebrates his birthday Aug. 29. Amy Sehipp is vice-president, [ [She began her current ministry 1995, when she began her current Anniversaries ministry. Kristen Johanning is secretary, I fleenteredtheSistersofProv_ She enteredtheSistersofProv- of ordination Parish Council and Craig Schroering is trea- ence in 1989 from St. John the idence in 1984 from Immaculate surer. I aptist Church in Peabody. Conception-St. John Parish in San Msgr. Roman Vollmer, a re- |' Sister Whitlow currentlymin- Juan, Calif. tired priest of the Diocese of at St. Benedict , I ters as learning center instruc- Evansville, was ordained a priest Don Kaiser, Randy Hupfer Anniversaries Aug. 26, 1945. He resides at and Susie Bell have been elected |jr and coordinator of disabled Happy Birthday! Regina Continuing Care Center, at St. Joseph ///t /[ldent services at the School of Y/] / I e Art Institute of Chicago. Father Christopher O'Brien, 3900 Wash!ngto? Ave., Evansville to two-year terms on the Parish Pastoral Council at St. Benedict Congratulations to couples at /[puring her first year with the a priest 0f"ttfe'"'Diocese of IN4744,  ............ ..................... ,.-,:: ........ Clili ]nrllre -'z'  St.Jph Chm'h, Evmvtlle, Evansville, celebrates his birth- celebrating wedding anniver- ' [rlgregation, she ministered at Father Anthony Kissel, di- [.Joan of Arc and Holy Cros " day Aug. 28' He resides at 5850 rector of campus ministry at St. saries: William and Betty Dos- |ianapolis. Later, she taught at Cameron Run, Apt. 1415, Alexan- Leo College in St. Leo, Fla., was Anniversaries sett, 40 years; James and Mary |thedral High School, Indi- dria VA 22303. ordained a priest Sept. 1, 1973. Gossman, 42 years; Don and / [:l:erved as learninglcenter pastorFatherof st,WilliamBonifaceSChwenk'church, of HolyFatherFamilyJhnchurch,Beglin'Jasper,pastr at St. Theresa Maat Appler, 50 years. tructor at the School of Art In- Evansville, celebrates his birth- was ordained a priest Sept. 1, Congratulations to couples at St. ltute, Chicago, from 1994 to day Aug. 29. 1978. Theresa Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniversaries: "The quafity education i received at Brescia College has served me well throughout my professional career. Duringmy time at '" Ii John Bouvier Brescia. my I! '6s s.s. Sodofogy U Sheriff, Daviess County commntment to uc Ilpu U blic service and commumty lllvolvement was born. " College can provide you with a high-quality education. Classes Happy Birthday! Anna Bruggenschmidt, prin- cipal at St. Philip School, St. Philip, celebrates her birthday Aug. 28. Jeff Yando, principal at St. Benedict School, Evansville, 00DOYLE I ., PianoArts Studio Tll Sarah W, Bess, B,M.. M.A. " r"Y ' FREE FIRST LESSON All ages: Play with pleasure 1201 S. Bennighof Evansville, IN 47714 (812) 477-2233 ii I HAUBSTADT ELETR!C Licensed Boded Insured Industrial, Commercial and Residential P.O. Box 405 i 1 7 minors in its bachelor's degree programs: Our Catholic help you develop as a well-educated and thoughtful" for the challenges of the 21 st century. Bill and Mae Risley, 40 years; Harold and Rite Meth, 47 years; Anna and Harold Weis, $0 years; Austin and Leone Halbig, 55 years; Helen and Tom Myers, 41 years; Dorothy and John Smith, 50 years; Joe and Sue Buthod, 44 years; Martha and Syl Knaebel, 52 years, Bertha and Bob Greubel, 46 years. New officers Parish Council at St. Celestine- : Connie Betz, Terry DeKem- per, Bill Hochgesang and Joe Hochgesang have been elected to the Parish Council at St. Peter Celestine Church, Celestine. Brad Kluesner is president of the youth group a t Holy Family Church, Jasper. I I Illlll I I Ill Ill II I Illll I I II T F 7" Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47556: i  Donald J. Traylor ' ..... - President Phone:486:3285 II iiiiii i I I IIIII I . I I I Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday be- fore publication. I I II II1|  Peoples Trust Company SOUTH MAN STREET' : P.O. BOX lgl ' ........ LINTON, INDIANA 474t IlL [11 III I I II II RUXER i I TONY NAZARIO Haubstedt, IN 47639 l Frederica l 1[ /.-. xk[50-,'l/- Owensboro, KY I 1111 nllll i I Thanks to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, St, Jude and the Blessed Mother for prayers answered, A.B,