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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana September 23, It Logo designed for diocesan jubilee By PAUL LE00G00G river and sky portions of_the committee are Father,Jii Message editor diocesan coat of arms. Boeglin, pastor of Holy F The fiftieth anniversary cele- bration of the Diocese of Evansville will have a distinc- tive emblem&apos;designed for the occasion. The logo, which incorporates elements of the diocesan coat of arms, was designed and exe- cuted by Greg Folz, a graphic artist and marketing consultant. The logo in its full color form will be blue, gold and black. The blue is taken from the Opening the official obser- vance of the fiftieth anniver- sary will be a Vespers Service, being planned for Friday, Nov. 11, at the Basilica of St. Fran- cis Xavier, the Old Cathedral, in Vincennes. The Diocese of Evansville was established Nov. 11, 1944. An anniversary committee has been meeting for the past several months, to consider suggestions for the year-long observance. Co-chairing the Church, Jasper, and Just Clements, diocesan directori Stewardship and Developm Clements said that the ca nating ceremony of the year be an afternoon celebrationt Roberts Stadium in Evansvil on Sunday, Oct. 22, 1995. .i In between the opening vlil and the big celebrati w" be various events and l tivities at participati parishes and schools, il Parish history workshop Oct. 1 In conjunction with the celebration of the fiftieth an- niversary of the Diocese of Evansville, parishes in the dio- cese are being encouraged to write or update their parish histories. Many of the 73 parishes pre-date" the diocese, which was established in 1944. Southwestern Indiana was for- merly part of the Diocese of Indianapolis, which was estab- lished originally as the Diocese of Vincennes. A parish history workshop will be held at the Catholic Center, Evansville, on Saturday, Oct. 1 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The workshop is for participants of all parishes, accord- ing to Holy Names Sister Louise Bond, diocesan chancellor. Noted religious historian, James Divita, will be among the presenters at the workshop. His topic will be "What is Parish History About?" Other topics will include such practical matters as "Sources and Approach," "Publication," and "Finding a Printer." The fee for the workshop is $5 per participant. TEC 11 Students and adults who participated in TEC 11 include, front row, left, Steph Keepes, Shaun Hopf, Regis St. Louis, Laura Montgomery, PI. Halter, Chrissy Dutk Jeff Burress, second row, left, Barbara Engelland, M .artha Herr, Norma Jean Folz, ]t0 Dutkosky, Mary Lou Bradley, Maria Peter, Father Dmk Wildeman, Tom Schrader, t$ row, left, Renee Brescher, Andrea Wright, Stephanie Ward, Mendy Dossett, Tr$ Elmer, Jennifer Gregory, fourth row, left, Branch Schrader, Beth Nord, Brandi Bt Heather Schnaus, Dianne Moll, Alan Bledsoe, Mimi Scheessele, fifth row, left, Chad gelland, B.J. Joergens, Barb Hopf, Shannon Walsh, Kathy Wilmes, Jill Auffart, F $1 . ,C rel] abOut heavil that hi $4o. s sold 'hi tar for Who Creagh Sora Bernie Etienne, sixth row, left, Eriea Engelland, Mark Miller, Judy Bennett, Schuler, Mary Wagner Burke, Barbara Leedy, seventh row, left, Keith Fritz, Maria 1VI aaSWer, 'O I SUNDAY 3 " "The country is on its : 2 I years, such as beds for a boys' "If Aristide comes back both economically and I home and an ambulance, Mah-. within the next couple of cally," he said. "If ever] food said. weeks and starts to play an was a time for the chU  In an interview two days be- open and cooperative role, step in, it's now.' ltAM StI()()T 12:()() Bi:.I:I: ANi) I()Rt< Stt()()i CLOSI:I) MATClt :l:(ll) Games Public Farty .Fun Yor'l'ie Entire Family Ice /Crqam # Sandwiches Area priest expresses relief while acknowledging By PAUL t LEINGANG, Message editor "I am relieved that there hasn't been any fighting," said Father Richard Wildeman, St. Joseph Church, Vanderburgh County. Father Wildeman has visited Haiti on casions, and is active in leading an "adopt-a-parish" effort to link Catholic communities in | and the United States. Although he expressed relief at the lack of armed conflict, Father Wildeman said very great uncertainty whether there will be any real change in Haiti. It is "easier to leaders to resign" than it is to "foster a democratic process," he said. Father Wildeman said a lot of the uncertainty about democracy has to do with rich and the powerful in Haiti will allow that to happen." Nonetheless, he said he is "certainly hopeful" about the future, and he believes room for optimism that suffering will be lessened, even if it does not come to an end."