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10 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana September Catholic Charities board members honored, welco Three hDard members were honored for completing their service, at the annual dinner meeting of the Catholic Chari- ties Bureau last week. Eight new board members were for- mally welcomed to their new responsibilities by Bishop Ger- ald A. Gettefinger and by James Collins, the new execu- tive director. Honored for their years of service were George-Anne Ryder, 1987 -- 1994, Mary Ellen Ziliak, 1991 -- 1994, and Beth Stein, 1991 -- 1994. Stein was unable to be present for the dinner. New board members begin- ning three-year terms are Patty Dewey, Newburgh, at- large; Butch Feulner, Evans- ville, Evansville West Deanery; Connie Gray, Washington, at- large; Pauline Kothe, Evans- ville, Evansville East Deanery; Catherine Lamey, Evansville, Evansville East Deanery; Franciscan Sister Joan Miller, Evansville, Association of Reli- gious; Jim Tucker, Newburgh, at-large, and Brian Senninger, Jasper, Jasper Deanery. Renewing thei.r three-year terms on the board are the fol- lowing: Betty Dowell, Rich- land, at-large; Father Joseph Erbacher, St. Anthony, bishop's appointee; and Roselle Weinzapfel, Mount. Vernon, Evansville West Deanery. The new officers for 1994 1995 are Tom Memmer, presi- dent, from the Princeton Dean- ery; Dan Weidener, vice presei- dent, from the Evansville East Deanery, and Jim Wilsbacher, secretary, from the Newburgh deanery. The annual dinner was held at the Catholic Center on Sept. 22. Catholic Charities board members and staff, along with spouses, gathered Catholic Center Sept. 22 for their annual dinner meeting. Arriving for the dinner, from left, are Mary and James Tucker of Newburgh, and Tom and Jodie Princeton. -- Message photo by Milwaukee Archdiocese expands agency dealing with child sex vivors of abuse, religious com- munities, education, law and people concerned with any form of domestic abuse." Among Archbishop Weak- land's 13 board appointees were a police chief, a rabbi, an attorney, a judge on a domestic violence court, several direc- tors of social or family service agencies, a permanent two educational and the medical psychiatric institution. Also on the board by; of their office are Ms. two archdiocesan vices directors and Weakland and his Bishop Richard J. Sklba. Elizabeth Piasecki, arch- diocesan sexual abuse response coordinator and director of Pro- ject Benjamin, said the mem- bers are to be drawn from the areas of "child welfare, law en- forcement, criminal justice, mental health professions, par- ents of victims, victims/sur- MILWAUKEE (CNS) -- The Milwaukee Archdiocese has added a Community Advisory Board to Project Benjamin, its coordinating agency to assist sexually abused children and their families. Archbishop Rembert G. Weakland of Milwaukee an- nounced formation of the board and named its first members Sept. 15. The archbishop formed Pro- ject Benjamin five years ago to assist adults and teen-agers who were sexually abused as children, especially those abused by church personnel. Golden Jubilarians Linus and Monica (Dischinger) Schroering of celebrate their fortieth wedding anniversary with ' of Thanksgiving at 2 p.m. Oct. 9 at Holy Family Jasper. The Mass will be con-celebrated by mend Schroering and Father Francis tion will follow from 3 to 5 p.m. at the K of C in The couple requests no gifts. They were married 1954, at St. Mary Church, Ireland. They are the two sons: John of Jasper and Jim of Montpelier, Schroering retired from the Jasper Seating 1983. Hospitafity Parishioners at Holy Name Church, Bloomfield, recently served dinner and extended their hospitality to 16 elderly and retired Benedictine sisters from the Monastery Im- maculate Conception in Ferdinand. The sisters and parishioners included front row, Sis- ter Mary Regis Krampe, Sister Mary Judy Bouvy, Sister Mercedes Emmert, Sister Gemma Gettelfinger, second row, Sister Diane Fischer, pastoral life coordinator at Holy Name, Patti Lentz, Martha Wright, Ruth Gremore and Gerri Spangler. Vatican Continued from page 4 through curia] offices. The Vatican press office is sensitive to all this. During the pope's four-week hospital stay last spring, the Vatican made public a humorous exchange between the pontiff and his surgeon. The pope reportedly told the doctor that together they had to mend his leg, be- cause "there is no place for a retired pope." The remark was seen by many as a Vatican ef- fort to truncate any such spec- ulation as quickly as possible. In recent remarks about aging, the pope offered some insight into how he may be ap- proaching his own status as a "senior citizen." Particularly in the church, he said, the older person can still make impor- tant contributions "even when advancing age imposes the re- duction or suspension" of phys- ical activities. "We should remember, as old people, that with health prob- lems and the decline of our physical strength, we are par- ticularly associated with Christ in his passion and on the cross," he said. Indeed, the pope has always felt a special closeness with the sick and suffering. Ironically, his recent mobility problems have made it more difficult for him to mingle with the sick and show them that extra at- tention. At the Sept. 21 audience, the group of sick and disabled sat in the front rows, many in wheelchairs. But separating them from the pope were 10 polished marble steps, which the pope could not handle. The sick eventually were hauled up the steps -- wheelchairs and all -- so they could greet the pope. Before leaving the hall that day, the pope turned back to acknowledge one final burst of applause. With a spotlight on him, he raised one hand in salute, then held up his cane and shook it m as if he'd like to throw it away K of C football league play The following information ball and ran 24 yards was submitted for publication touchdown, and Jake by Thomas J. Jonesj league added the P.A.T.; president, second quarter, whe: Tucker handed off There were two shut-outs in the first week of games for the Moore, who threw a Memorial High School Knights Michael Eisner for of Columbus Grace School play. Football League, Sept. 25. Justin Bates of St. Benedict/Holy Name de- King/Holy Spirit ran feated Christ the King/Holy ing kick-off back 78 Spirit 12-0, and St. the one-yard line, Theresa/Holy Redeemer de- Mooney took it in on feated Holy Rosary/Good Shep- herd/St. John 27-0 play. On Sept. 25, St. Jack Tucker Benedict/Holy Name shut winners' advantage out Holy Rosary/Good Shep- quarterback keeper herd/St. John 25-0. Scores third quarter; Craig came in the first quarter, with added the P.A.T. Andre Thomas intercepting a Aaron Mooney pass and running 43 yards; in fourth quarter the third quarter, with Corey for a second Keown taking the hand-off and running seven yards around Christ the King/He right end, and Andre Thomas Craig Elsner adding the P.A.T.; in the four-yard touchdow fourth quarter with an Andre his side, the final Thomas four-yard run and game. again on a 36-yard pass play On Sunday, Oct. 2, from Andre Thomas to Corey rial Tiger geown. Defending league champion Benedict/Holy Name St. Theresa/Holy Redeemer de- on St. Theresa/Holy feated Christ the King/Holy at 1 p.m., Christ the Spirit 26-12. The winning Spirit meets Holy team's first points came in the Shepherd/St. John first quarter, when Cory The flag league will Macke picked up a fumbled playingat the same