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Church, Jasper ed heritage and pioneering Lioners for future challenges h Church, Jasper, would be pleased to see the parish involved in another, mertainties of ocean travel to come to the unknown Americas, and then ecromise of god land, abundant food, freedom from military conscrip- ce the Black Forest. Lnging church landscape; a future of fewer priests, a present which he church, There is, he says, the promise of abundant life. He believes people will lig in, and take on more and more ministry to one another. This is an s. A visiting priest found only five Catholics in Jasper, in 1834, accor- te a surprise when the first Bishop of Vincennes traveled through the es who had recently immigrated from the Baden area of Germany. Catholic families in Jasper is still impressive. daurice de St. Palais, pastor of St. Mary Church, Daviess County, in St. Palais to make monthly visits to Jasper. According to the account, 'trive his hor'nd buggy to St. Mary's and back, to provide the seph Birk, Bartholomew Schuler, Lawrence Buehler, Stephen Bauern- )acher, Fidelis Hoffman, Benedict Jerger, Pantaleon Berger, Joseph See ST. JOE page 13 I .... I Ill [c chh. 1020 Kundek Street na 4756 * (812} 482-1805 ..... ,) ............... Father John Davidson heTot Tenbarge; Father Richard Hoffman Msgr. William Lautner (semi-retiret} Jacquine Kissel, Sister Michelle Mohr, O.S.B. ., ... i :Stster Mary Agnes Sermersheim, O.S.B. , .... .; ................... ...... ,Lle- " Nord ...... , ........................ 5:30 p mi ........ ., .......... .6, 7:30,9, 11 a.m. . : . ! Text And Photos By Paul Leingang Top right, Sister Jacqueline Kissel, Sister Micheile Mohr, O.S.B., Father John Davidson, Sister Mary Agnes Sermersheim, O.S.B., and Coordinator of Youth Ministry Beth Nord. Staff offices are in the Parish Center, the former parish convent. According to a parish publica- tion, a project was underway in 1080 to renew the umt in the sanctuary, right center, using the design of the sacristy cabinets and the pews as a coordinating pattern. Father Timothy Tenbarge, lel, is associate pastor. Not shown on .... this page is Msgr. William Lautner, who serves the parish in his "semi.retired" status.