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10 s. The Message m for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Loyola's graduate ministry education program to be discussed in diocese Loyola's Institute for Ministry Extension (LIMEX) program will present four information sessions in the Diocese of Evansville, accord- ing to James Corr, diocesan director of religious education. The informa- tion session will discuss the forma- tion of a graduate ministry educa- tion learning group in the Diocese of Evansville. Lay, religious and ordained per- sons who are engaged at a profes- sional or paraprofessional level in the Church's work of education and pastoral ministry, or laity who want to address themselves to their min- istry in the world, are encouraged to attend the information session. Loyola's Institute for Ministry works with dioceses and other sponsoring agencies across the United States. LIMEX offers on- site programs leading to the Master of Religious Education and Master of Pastoral Studies degrees and cer- tificates for professional and para- professional ministries. LIMEX is a 30-credit-hour cur- riculum of 10 courses. The educa- tional process is carried out in learning groups, each led by a LIMEX certified facilitator. Loyola University New Orleans was chartered as a nonprofit corpo- ration in Louisiana, April 15, 1912. The university is owned and oper- ated by the Loyola Community of Jesuit fathers and a Board of LOYOLA NEW ORLEANS INSTITUTE FOR MINISTRY Trustees. Information nights are scheduled, with each session beginning at 7 p.m., at the following locations: Wednesday, Sept. 21, Catholic Center, Evansville Monday, Sept. 26, Washington Catholic Middle School, St. Mary Church parish room, Washington Thursday, Sept. 29, St. Joseph Church, rectory basement, Jasper Friday, Sept. 30, Catholic Cen- ter, Evansville Former Ondessonk chaplain removed from ministry A priest of .the Diocese of Belleville, in southern Illinois, has been removed from active ministry, following an investigation into alle- gations of sexual misconduct. Father Daniel L. Friedman, for- mer chaplain at Camp Ondessonk and former pastor of the parishes in Vienna and Stonefort, was placed on administrative leave by Bishop Wilton D. Gregory. The Diocese of Belleville is lo- cated in the 28 southernmost coun- ties of Illinois, an area adjacent to the Diocese of Evansville, located in the 12 southwestern counties of Indiana. Bishop Gregory said the action was recommended by the Diocesan Review Board. He said it came as a result of an allegation of sexual misconduct with a minor, approxi- mately eight years ago. The bishop also noted that a previous recom- mendation had been made six years ago. In a Sept. 2 announcement, Bishop Gregory said that "in this particular case, Father James E. Margason, Vicar General, recom- mended in 1988 that Father Fried- man be removed from Camp." Bishop Gregory further stated that he could not comment on why the vicar general's recommendation was not implemented "as it predates my time in this diocese." Bishop Gregory, formerly an auxiliary bishop in Chicago, was in- stalled as Bishop of Belleville ear- lier this year. In addition to announcing the ac- tion in reference to Father Fried- man, Bishop Gregory said he would review "all of the records of the priests and forward to the Review Board any past records of priests where there was an allegation of sexual misconduct with a minor." Bishop Gregory also said he would establish an independent comminee to review the policies, procedures and administration of Camp Ondessonk. The rustic camp, near Ozark, I11., has provided a Catholic camping experience for boys and girls from a wide area, in- cluding southern Illinois and south- western Indiana. Memorial K of C football begins 27th season The following information was provided by Thomas J. Jones, league president. The Memorial High School Knights of Columbus Grade School Football League kicked off its twenty-seventh season with a jam- boree at Memorial Tiger Field,' Evansville, Sept. 11. The game of play consisted of II III Ed. L. Lee Mortuary 101 North Meridian Street Wash(ngton, IN 254-3612 l FOR COMPLETE ELECTRICAL SERVICE FISCHER ELECTRIC INC. SCHNELLVILLE, IN 389-2418 three alternating possession series of eight offensive plays per tam. One coach per team was allowed on the field during the running of the plays. There was no kick-off, punt- ing, or point-after-touchdown. The jamboree was conducted under the official football rules of the National Federation of State High School Associations by two IHSAA certified officials. In the scrimmage between Christ the King/Holy Spirit and Holy Rosary/Good Shepherd/St. John, the first score came no a 17-yard end-around running play be Zach Becker of Christ the King/Holy Spirit. In the second half, St. Bene- down, but St. Theresa/Holy Re- deemer scored three. St. Theresa/Holy Redeemer scored first on a 15 yard run by Cory Macke. The second score came on a 9-yard pass play from Jake Tucker to John Webster. The next touchdown als0 came on a pass from Matt Moore to Michael Eisner for 30 yards. St. BenedictHoly Name got on the scoreboard on a 4-yard run by Andre Thomas. Regular league play begins Sun- day, Sept. 18. St. Benedict/Holy Name meets Christ the King/Holy Spirit at I p.m. Defending league champion St. Theresa/Holy Re- deemer plays Holy Rosary/Good 7a,tZg Retirement funds granted Retirement grants have been awarded to 647 reli gregations, which share in about $23 million collected in 1993 Retirement Fund for Religious. The collection early December in the Diocese of Evansville and the United States. Grants in 1994 included $78,347.66 to the Sisters Benedict at Ferdinand; 35,521.32 to the Benedictine at St. Meinrad; 144,274.01 to the Sisters of St. Oldenburg; and $82,680.05 to the Sisters of Providence Mary-of-the-Woods. Twelve communities in Indiana received grants about $841,000. The annual collection from all last year amounted to $638,000, of which $37,690 came contributions in the Diocese of Evansville. ,' Free vaccines offered :,! The Washington Avenue Health Care Center in will offer area residents Free Vaccines for Children, Oct. 1. The VFC prbgram is new, feddrally funded operated. The VFC program was created to meet vaccination of children from birth through 18 years of age. Among gible are children enrolled in Medicaid, children who have health insurance, and children who are dian or Native Alaskan. The clinic is located at 100 Washington Avenue, ville, Indiana 47713. Clinic phone: (812) 421-0044. 'Creating... an Environment of Franciscans from the southwestern Indiana and states plan to meet in Oldenburg, Ind., on They will discuss Franciscans International, the non-governmental organization (NGO) at the United tions. The list of speakers includes Kevin Smith, O.S.F., tire director of Franciscans International, and Rachel 1 O.S.F., director of the Office of Justice, Peace, and of Creation for the Sisters of St. Francis of Oldenburg. For more information, contact Claire Whalen, Michaela Farm, Oldenburg, IN 47036. Telephone (812! 5016 or 933-0661. Secular Franciscans meet Members of the Hol Family Fraternity of Secular cans will be available following Sunday Masses at Church, Evansville, on Sunday, Oct. 2, Members of the group, all lay persons, observe the can Way of Life; they meet regularly at St. Clare 6825 Nurrenbern Road, Evansville. Telephone (812) 9415. Catholic University collection to be i diet/Holy Name scored one touch- Shepherd/St. John at 2:30 p.m. 'l . M & S D-O-W'N-T'O'WN  Peoples I F,re & Safety Illi Trust L_ EL I Equ=p. Co. Inc.  Company ucesed. Industrial, Con | Over 25 years sales and SOUTH MAIN STREET | service in the Tri-state 301 IVAIN ST. VINCENNES, IN 47591 " is7o E. 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