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4, 1996 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 BODY SHOP • Front end alignment Complete body rebuilding • Radiator Service Estimates Given Call 254-5358 E. South -- Washington, IN Coffee Services Total Beverage Distributor Indiana-Illinois.Kentucky Varities of Coffees and Teas YOUR TASTE, . WE CAN MATCH IT Washington 254-4409 • Evansville 422-1833 Y School Notebook Rivet students are volunteers Six students from Rivet High School, Vincennes, contributed 149-and-a-half hours in the 1996 Summer Teen Volunteer Program at Good Samaritan Hospital in Vincennes. The students are Zoe Ander- son, Corynn Cannon, Kathleen Cannon, Michael Carandang, Suzanne Lacy and Betheny Lay. They performed volunteer ser- vice in Accounting, Endoscopy, Home Care, Medical Library, Physical Medicine and Urgent Care/Emergency Services. Happy Birthday! Richard Kapiszka, principal at Rivet High School, Vincennes, celebrates his birthday Oct. 7. Herb Neighbors, principal at Mater Dei High School, Evans- vii|e, celebrates his birthday Oct. 13. Commended students Justin Donaldson and Christo- pher Stearns have been named Commended Students in the 1997 National Merit Scholarship Pro- gram, according to Gerry Adams, principal at Memorial High School, Evansville. WCCS board Clare Hassler, Cheri Wan- nemuehler, Shannon Schen- new School Board members at Westside Catholic Consolidat- ed School, Evansville. Tim Dick is board president and Annie Groves is vice-presi- dent. Judy Erkman is secretary, and Beth Slaton and Gary Miller are board members. Maternity leave Amy Norris, PE and health teacher at Resurrection School, Evansville, is on maternity leave; Danielle Wade will be teaching PE for grades two through eight, and health for grades six through eight. Fire Wardens Amanda Rebertson, Kortney Scott and Natalie Bullock are urrection School, Evansville. Student Council at Christ the King Howard Mortensen, Jonathan Speis, Chris Kniese, Courtney Layman, Blair McCarthy, Ben Melchiors, Paul Hawa, Katie Kunkel, Katie Montrastelle, Katie Thomas, Gretchen Kessler, Lauren Mortensen, Katie Sauer and Oliver Thomas are members of the Student Council at Christ the King School, Evansville. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a,m. trup and Sara Kemmerlin are serving as Fire Wardens at Res- • the Friday before publication. UXER JASPER - LINCOLN. MERCURY 482-1200 FORD @ MERCURY LINCOLN A Beautiful Keepsake. The Perfect Holiday Gift. Available in: • Cranberry Red/Natural • Hunter Green/Natural • Navy Blue/Natural 48"x65" 100% Cotton -- Machine Wash/Dry Pre-oer by Oct. 15,1996, In time for Christmas, and receive a $4.50 discount Please make your check payable to and mail to: Mater Dei Band Boosters RO. Box 6716 Evansville, IN 47719 812-424-8701 8AM-5PM "'°" "Y PJDDLE Golden Lyre Records Proudly Presents Keith Wells' Newest Recording • A beautiful tribute to the Blessed Virgin featurin HailM, - g "G Gentle Woman• Schubert's Av( Maria• Hail t-/o/)I Queen nods Avd Maria •/mmacu/ate Mary... and many more/ Still Available I Believe In Miracles Featuring. On Eagle Wings. Prayer of St. Francis. Hoses • Here I Am, Lord • Be Not Afraid.. and many more/ with the form below: Not Sold in Stores Make check or money order payable to: GOlden Lyre Records, P.O. Box 1100 • West hcton, MA 01720 Format Price Amount Compact Disc $15.95 $ I' Cassette Tape $12.95 $ Believe in Miracles Compact Disc $15.95 $ i Believe in Miracles Cassette Tape $12.95 $ __ Shipping and Handling (One Time Per Order) $ 2.95 Total Enclosed $ EIN Number () State Zip Code 100% 30-day money back guaranteel[ Stud ing for the priesthood Seven students from the Dio- cese of Evansville are studying for the priesthood at St. Meinrad Seminary, according to Father Bernard Etienne, diocesan director of Vocations. • Joe Hoang is a fourth-year theology student. His home parish is St. Joseph Church, Evans- ville. • Terrence MacCauley is a second-year college student. His home parish is Holy Rosary Church, Evansville. • Max Fischer is a second-year college student. His home parish is St. John Church, Vincennes. • Don Lamkin is a second- year college student. His home parish is St. Boniface Church, Evansville. • Keith Fritz is a second-year college student. His home parish is St. Martin Church, Siberia. • Nick Wagner is a second- year college student. His home parish is St. Mary Church, Huntingburg. • John Silva is a first-year col- lege student. His home parish is St. Bernard Church, Gibson County. Also studying for the priesthood from the diocese are Anthony Ernst and Eugene Schmitt. • Ernst is a third-year theology student at Mundelein Seminary n Mundelein, Ill. His home parish is St. Peter Celestine, Celes- tine. • Schmitt is a second-year the- ology student at Sacred Heart School of Theology in Hales Cor- net, Wis. His home parish is St. Wendel Church, St. Wendel. Happy Birthday! Father William Dietsch, pas- tor of St. Francis Xavier Chu/-ch, Poseyville, celebrates his birthday Oct. 9. Father Bernard Lutz, pastor of Holy Cross Church, Fort Branch, celebrates his birthday Oct. 9. Benedictine Father Gregory Chamberlin, pastor of St. Bene- dict Church, Evansville, cele- brates his birthday Oct. 12. Father James Endress, Defender of the Bond and Promot- er of Justice for the Diocesan Tri- bunal, celebrates his birthday Oct. 12. He resides at 600 Cullen Avenue, Apt. 510, Evansville IN 47715. Father John Schipp, pastor of Old Cathedral, Vincennes, cele- brates his birthday Oct. 12. Mercy Day at Holy Redeemer October 4 has been declared "Mercy Day" at Holy Redeemer Church, Evansville, according to Father William Wargel, pastor. "Mercy Day is a day to look at the wall we build between God and ourselves. Mercy Day is a time to join with God in tearing down that wall. "Mercy Day can be a time for us to look at our sinfulness, especial- ly anything we have been afraid to think about, afraid to admit to our- selves because we were afraid that SCHNEIDER -HEATING & A/C. INC. 24 HR SERVICE 428-2665 118 W. Franklin St., Evansville, IN .... -"-7--" .--T-- Miller&Miller Colomal Chapel J. Supports the "---"' Knights of St. John MEMBERS Bernie Miller • Gerald Miller Jon Miller • Greg Betz II i I I I II iii i II I i ii iiii i i [I God might not forgive us. Mercy Day is a day to celebrate God's mercy." Father Wargel plans to'schedule his "whole day" to be in the Narthex Office so "people can't use the excuse, 'Father is too busy." He encourages people to "use this time to celebrate the Sacra- ment of Reconciliation or just to talk about anything that is both- ering them." Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper, celebrating wedding anniversaries: Dennis and Joan Hasenour, 41 rs; Hilbert and Irene Hochge- sang, 57 years; Paul and Mary Jane Striegel, 44 years; Sylvester and Eleanor Seng, 51 years; Linus and Monies Schroering, 42 years; Roman and Vernonica Schmidt, 63 years; Charles and Gerry Seger, 47 years. Happy Birthday! Congratulations to Frances Davidson, a parishioner at St. Benedict Church, Evansville, who will be 90 years old on Oct. 8, 40 years Congratulations to George and Naomi Clouse, members at St. Simon Church, Washington, who celebrated their fortieth wed- cling anniversary on Sept. 29, Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Me=- gage, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 am. the Friday before pub- l/cation. i Vincennes Bicknell SarIborn AmBank Princeton "=" " Patoka Member ED.I.C. Fresh Flowers Silk Arrangements Gift Items 207 b' " "h Street Washingtoh, ,ndiana 47501 1812) 25*7200 Ill l II I I II Ill II Ill ! rl