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1 1 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 1l JL I I II .August 28, 1992 III II III I ( Message photos by Paul R. Lp.innmnr =, m. Q Martin renovations should be finished by Sept. 5 Scaffolding is taken apart piece by piece by David Howard, below, as workers complete another part of the reno- vation project at St. Martin Church, Chrisney. Linus Lechner, above ]eft, applies glue to the floor, preparing for installation of the pad and carpeting in the choir loft. Father Paul Roos, Jastor, discusses the progress of painting with Ray Burdette, ii I ii, i EVANSVILLE SERVICE I AND SHOPPING GUIDE FOR THE BEST PLUMBING SERVICE RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL (FREE ESTIMATES) GRANT PLUMBING CO. 484 S. GOVERNOR AT CANAL Ph. 424-2441 i Carpet Cleaning SERVICE MASTER For Free Estimates Call 4284)900 i Evan00lle Wet Heat & Piping Co. Inc. New & Used Boilers, Furnaces Repair & Replacement Sales & Service TV & 2-Way FM 1916 W. FRANKLIN STREET PHON E (812) 423-7849 iii Herman Goebel Motor Co. NEW OR USED CARS Where the best deals are made Trade up or down Bank Financing 2001 W. Delaware" 423-7759 ii I i above right. The renovation project includes new insulation, drywall and interior painting, new ceiling fans, new cabinets, new mountings for the Stations of the Cross, new air condi- tioning and heating units, and new carpeting. Parishioners re- moved and refinished the pews. Work is expected to be com- pleted by September 5. A rededication ceremony is planned for Sunday, September 20, Musician's liturgical music has Latin American rhythms By LAURIE HANSEN Catholic News Service HUNTINGBURG Buehiers I.G.A. THE THRIFTY HOUSEWIFE'S SOURCE OF SAVINGSS QUALITY FOODS and MEATS Also Huntingburg and Oakland City LOS ANGELES (CNS) Move over Julio Iglesias, Glo- ria Estefan and Linda Ron- stadt. Make room for Cuco Chavez. Chavez, 28, is making a name for himself in liturgical music circles. The native of Mexico. who works in music ministry for 12 Los Angeles parishes, composes Spanish- language church songs with lively Latin American salsa, merengue and mariachi rhythms. For a recent national meet- ing of Hispanic church lead- ers. called "Hispanic Congress 1992: Roots and Wings." Chavez composed the theme song tilled "Raices v Alas " in English, "Roots and Wings." The congress, held in Los Angeles in mid- August. was sponsored by the Nalional Catholic Council for l-lispallic Ministry. A member of ihe Hispanic Liturgy Institute, Chavez told Catholic News Service that through his songs he tries to communicate that Hispanics are "a pilgrimage people striving to protect our values and traditions, our love and respect for our parents as well as the church." He said he sings about the discrimination that Hispanics have endured and of U.S. Hispanics' struggle to be one people despite their differing nationalities and cultures. Chavez has composed more than 100 liturgical songs. The Chicago-based Gregorian In- stitute of America Publica- ns Inc. released three S. " Cincinnati: and St Mary's School: in: Povidence; R,I., wer rcOgnizad n the U.S, Department of Education program; ::; .... " ' ............. r r