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September 18, 1987 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 15 Holy Redeemer picnic A clown's painted face soon attracted others for imitation, at the annual parish picnic for members of Holy Redeemer Church, Evansville. The picnic "builds community spirit in the parish,"accor- ding to the pastor, Father William Wargel. Some families brought their own meals; others shared meals. The parish furnished the drinks and the ice cream. The picnic this year was scheduled from 12:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, September 13. A similar picnic is held each year to give parish families time to spend together, to heighten the bend in the parish, according to Father Wargel. He says, "It's really a reunion." -- Message Photo by Paul Leingang Golden Jubilarians Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schneider will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, September 27, with a Mass of Thanksgiving at 10:30 a.m. at St. Joseph Church, Jasper. An open house will follow from 2 to 4 p.m. The couple requests no gifts. Mr. Schneider and Lucille IIurst were married September 28, 1937 at St. Mary Church, Ireland. They are the parents of four sons, James, Charles and Stanley, all of Jasper, and Donald of Califor- nia, and 11 grandchildren. Diocesan Insurance Last year's losses raise premiums Insurance premiums have been raised for all participants in the self-insurance program for the Diocese of Evansville. Losses experienced last year forced the increase, according to a letter from Bishop Francis R. Shea. According to the letter, parish premiums will be raised 10 percent, and auto insurance will be increased from $300 to $350. Last year, 35 aiJto insurance claims amounted to $26,000 in losses; 23 workers compensa- tion claims amounted to $56,000 in loss payments, and 65 property damage claims cost $47,000. The losses for the 1987 in- Medical Arts Pharmacy 3700 Bollomeade Avenue Phone 477-1532 Donald Gutzweller City-Wide Delivery Duncan's Riverside Pharmacy Prescription Service Drugs- Sundfles-Cosmetlcs Maga-lnes - "We Deliver" Corner Riverside and Governor Evansville 422-9981 Newburgh Pharmacy BILL REINE, Pharmacist Complete Prescription Service and Health Supplies Phone 853-6166 surance year added up to $129,000, compared to the 1986 losses of $55,000. Accor- ding to the bishop's letter, 1987 was the worst year in loss ex- perience, in the 15 years of diocesan self-insurance. The insurance program is managed by Gallagher & Bassett Insurance Service, according to the Diocesan Treasurer, Msgr. Omer Meyer. The diocese is liable for no more than $75,000 for any single claim, and no more than $245,000 for all claims in a year, he says. The premiums collected from the parishes and institutions in the diocese are used for three purposes: to pay for any losses below the $75,000 and $245,000 limits; to pay for in- surance to cover losses over and above the limits; and to pay for the management of the service. RCIA: a '180 degree change' The reinstatement of the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) provides the means for the church in the United States to make a "180 degree change YOUR FAMILY PHARMACY PAUL'S Pharmacy Paul Mayer, Owner 2170 W. Franklin St. 425-7141 Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists Hwy. 62 and N. Weinbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop. 4254422 Stratman's Pharmacy City-Wide Delivery 413 Locust Street John and Judy Stratman 425-5293 of direction, a change from preservation and defensiveness to confident outreach and shar- ing," says Drchbishop Daniel E. Pilarczyk of Cincinnati, in a story prepared by the NC News Service. In the Diocese of Evansville ...... s, . Father Jim Sauer has said he ex- A few words from the msnop pect,s all p.ar!.shes to have b.egun Bishop Francis R. Shea got up at the crack of dawn last weekend lmpmmema.tmn oz me .mtA to wish area residents a safe journey to New Orleans to see Pope process oy me first Sunday in John Paul II Three busloads from the Diocese of Evansville made Lent, 1988. the journey ' -- Message Photo by Mary T. Ellert Ft. Wannemuehler's 00Ib=, THE MARIAN YEAR PAPAL COIN mother dies ORDER NOW AND ENJOY ! t n/ SPECIAL PRFMINTING PRICE  a age go Limited Edition. Each coin accompanied "Im" ........... b- a numbered i" ........ bervices mr toulaa wan- y rt tic.ate otaumenuclty. - .... kl^r 86 who died Se"t Once the Marian year ends, the die will be destroyed. =,.-uuu u ;, ,, ..... .. T ].]., were nero bept ta at bt he coin of the 1987o1988 Marian year is delicrely and . . '  . 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