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August 28, 1992 II The Message  for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 the Diocese Diocesan Youth Commission Karen Debes of St. Joseph Church, Vanderburgh County, and Antonette Harris of St. Joseph Church, Princeton, are co-chairpersons of the Diocesan Youth C'ommission, according to Rick Etienne, director of Youth Ministry. ministry leaders (adult and youth) to participate in training/leadership development opportunities. Serving as advocates for youth ministry's critical role in the mission of the Church. Communicating information regarding youth ministry needs and activities (structures, pro- grams, resources} between the local and diocesan levels. Commission meml)ers include: Evansville East Deanery: Happy Birthday! Linda Hamilton, St. John Church, Daylight; Mall Roth, St. FatherFrancis Allega of St. John Church, Daylight. Evansville West Deanery: Sue Mann, Holy Angels Church, New Harmony; Karen Debes. Jasper Deanery: Ed Tretter, St. Ferdinand Church, Ferdinand; Sally Wickman, St. Joseph Church, Jasper. Newburgh Deanery: Mary Ann Miles, St. Clement Church, Boonville. Princeton Deanery: Antonette Harris; Brandie Horton, S[ Joseph Church, Princeton. Vincennes Deanery: Sharon Vogler, Holy Name Church, Bloomfield. Washington Deanery: Father Edward Schnur, St. Simon Church, Washington; Jason Wag- oner, St. John Church, Loo- gootee. Mark Santillian, a member of Holy Redeemer Church, Evansville, is an at-large mem- ber. Etienne said the goals and ob- jectives of the Diocesan Youth Commission include: Identifying and supporting local leadership (adult and youth) in youth ministry an a parish level. Initiating and/or supporting deanery networking of youth ministry leaders. Encouraging local youth II Thomas Church, Vincennes, cel- ebrates his birthday Sept. 1. Father James Koressel of St. Joseph Church, Princeton, cele- brates his birthday Sept. 2. Msgr. Charles Koch, Judicial Vicar in the diocesan Tribunal, celebrates his birthday Sept. 4. Msgr William Lautner of St. Joseph Church, Jasper, cele- brates his birthday Sept. 5. Anniversaries of ordination Father Anthony Kissel, direc- tor of Campus Ministry at the University of Southern Indiana, was ordained a priest Sept. 1, 1973. 'Father John Boeglin of St. Ce- lestine Church, Celestine, was ordained a priest Sept. 1, 1978. Father David Fleck, diocesan directof of the Vocations Team and pastor of St. Philip Church, St. Philip, was ordained a priest Sept. 5, 1975. Alumnus award The St. Meinrad Seminary Alumni Association has pre- T F s Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 Donald J. Traylor President Phone: 486-3285 III I I I RUXER I JASPER FORD - LINCOLN - MERCURY 482-1200 i SENIOR CITIZENS SAVE ON AUTO INSURANCE Call us today for discounts New Low Rates! Special Discounts! Gall us today for a quote. INSURANCE AGENCY DENNIS K. FELDHAUS 464-5993 I I I SECRETARY FOR THE OFFICE OF CATHOLIC EDUCATION The Office of Catholic Education is seeking applicants for the position of secretary to the Director of Schools and to the Director of Religious Education. Applicants should have an awareness of diocesan and parish structure and possess excellent secretarial skills including word-processing, writing and verbal communi- cation skills, and strong public-relation skills. Please send letter of interest and resume to: Ms. Phyllis Beshears, Director of Schools, 4200 N. Kentucky Ave. Evansville, IN 47711. sented its Distinguished Alum- nus Award to Father Theodore Heck, O.S.B. Father Eugene Hensell, O.S.B., president-rector of the Seminary, and Father Richard Sparks, C.S.P., presi- dent of the Seminary Alumni As- sociation, presented the award. In presenting the award to Fa- ther Heck, Father Sparks said, "You were selected, in part, be- cause of your devoted service in making the schools what they are today, your involvement in the growth of the alumni association, and the fact that at the age of 70, when most other priests retire, you expressed a desire to 'put into practice what I have been teaching' and began a 15-year term as pastor of a local parish.'; Happy Birthday! Larry Will, principal at Holy Redeemer School, Evansville, celebrates his birthday Aug. 29. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. By PAUL R, LEINGANG Message Editor Seven Evansville food pantries and sev- eral organizations working to alleviate world hunger will benefit from the 1992 CROP Hunger Walk, planned for Sunday, Sept. 27. This is the twentieth year for the event, according to the Evansville Area Council of Churches. The theme this year is "Walk for the Hungry: Every step counts." The walk in Evansville this year will begin and end at Holy Redeemer Church, with stops at the St. Anthony Family Life Center and the St. Matthew Food Pantry. Vans will be available for persons who wish to participate but cannot walk the en- tire 10 kilometers along the route. According to the Council of Churches, the first walk in Evansville attracted about 100 walkers. Almost 600 persons have par- ticipated in recent efforts. The CROP Hunger Walk is now the fifth largest in In- diana. The 1991 effort generated nearly $16,000 for world hunger. The funds were dis- tributed by organizations such as Church World Service, Catholic Relief Services, Heifer Project International, CARE, Lutheran World Relief and eleven other agencies. Of the money raised by the effort, 25 per- cent remains in the local area. Food has .... been purchased for seven emergency food pantries, including St. Vincent de Paul, Central United Methodist, St. Matthew United Church of Christ, Zion Baptist, Patchwork Central. Some of the money was also used to purchase food for e Tri State Food Bank, which distributes avail, able'food to area agencies for 12 cents a pound. Last year, there were 1,856 CROP Walks sponsored by Church World Service, in- volving more than 3 million people as parr ticipants and sponsors. Another 105:com- munities conducted other fund'raising : activities for CROP. CROP evolved from the acronym, Chris, tian Rural Overseas Program, and has since come to represent community efforts to help stop hunger. Church World Service is a ministry of the National Courcil of Churches of Christ in the U.S,A. 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