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October 6, 1995 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 nd the Diocese ' started I meeting for the National was held Sept. 18 at Sts. Church, Haubstadt. Attending were, Foxen, Angie Fromme, Katie Rus- Niehaus, Andie Maurer, Aaron Jahn, sec. Lisa Schaefer, Katie Schaefer, 1 Ricke, Mandy Hauser, Rachel Bradley, third Epperson, Suzanne Webb, Barb Byers, row, Mike Eppler, Joe Schrage, Matt Schaefer, Nick Purdue, John Thompson. New ministry at Sacred Heart Vi,. aered Heart Church, "*nnes. It ]s the "Divorced and Separated Ministr " ac ing to Lucin^ ,. y, cord- ,u rlerpont. The ministry will hay focuses, e three san Tribunal, will speak on Church teachings on divorce and how the Church handles healing and reconciliation. Every other week, speakers will be featured, such as psychol- ogists and social workers. Pierpont said child care will be provided at the meetings, and hopefully, by the second "I " , wfll provide a network for meeting, there will be "profes- a  sional counselors" who will be e.ndships, understanding available to work with the chil- vice, and a sense o longing, f be- dren. " Its Spiritual di The ministry is open to all who lnclu.., o- . .mensln will are facing a divorce or separa- faith , Pportumtles to dee en .'" arou,, - . p tion. - -- ,, prayer services, as: the sacraments of anoint- "*' ae sick and reconciliation, Happy Birthday! and through discuss1 I. ., ons, the/:rl II provide education in Father William Dietsch, ^ "L presentations, pastor of Sts. Peter and Paul, I Oct. 16, Father Charles Petersburg, celebrates his ", JUdicial vicar in the dioce- birthday Oct. 9. Coffee Club Notebook FOR COMPLETE ELECTRICAL SERVICE FISCHER ELECTRIC INC. SCHNELLVILLE, IN 389-2418 Christine Kempf, principal. at St. Matthew Happy Birthday! Parents at St Sehoo Matthew Herb Neighbors, principal at facul,, 1' Mount Vernon, provide Mater Dei High School, tj rnem , treat, d- .hers with a wake up Evansville, celebrates his rnlag' raeetlngs.Urlng their Thursday birthday Oct. 13. f-n.e Coffee Club rbv Helene Hunter, principal at e, Juic P ides cof- Christ the King School, , c, SWeet rolls or muffins. The faculty reall lo Evansville, celebrates her Ward to t  y oks for- birthday Oct. 15. appreci.+etreats and certainly work,, _.. e effort put into the Judy Blankenberger, prin- cipal at Resurrection School, ala Benedictine Sister Evansville, celebrates her birthday Oct. 16. I ,=e=s Wedding j D. J.-Entertainers I ,,Any Event. Any Mu.ic ! Million Ent, cr'r, aln Since 1974 I Call today for your free brochure I 812-482-1266 or 800-363-0383 Miller & Miller Colonial Chapel Supports the Knights of St. Johh MEMBERS Bernie Miller Gerald Miller Jon Miller Greg Betz Father Bernard Lutz, pastor of Holy Cross Church, Fort Branch, celebrates his birthday Oct. 9. Benedictine Father Gre- gory Chamberlin, pastor of St. Benedict Church, Evansville, celebrates his birthday Oct. 12. Father James Endress, De- fender of the Bond and Promoter of Justice for the Diocesan Tri- bunal, celebrates his birlhday Oct. 12. He resides at 600 Cullen Avenue, Apt. 510, Evansville IN 47715. Father John Schipp, pastor of Old Cathedral, Vincennes, celebrates his birthday Oct. 12. Vincentian Father Glen- non Figge, chaplain at Seton Residence, Evansville, and part-time chaplain at St. Mary's Medical Center, Evansville, celebrates his birthday Oct. 15. Father Leo Kiesel, pastor of St. John Church, Loo- gootee, celebrates his birthday Oct. 15. Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper, celebrating wedding anniversaries: Dennis and Joan Hasenour, 40 years; Hilbert and Irene Hochge- sang, 56 years; Paul and Mary Jane Striegel, 43 years; Sylvester and Eleanor Seng, 50 years; James and Helen Newton, 45 years; Linus and Monica Schroering, 41 years; Roman and Veronica Schmidt, 62 years; Charles and Gerry Seger, 46 years; Ralph and Clarissa Gehlhausen, 48 years; Arnold and Esther Giesler, 47 years; Alois and Elfrieda Lueken, 42 years; Cyril and Lilan Block, 48 years; Edgar and Anna Mae Schlachter, 48 years. Youth Group officers Evan Fulcher is president of the Junior High Youth Group at Holy Redeemer Church, Evansville. Katie Dunn is vice-president, and Erica Rasler is secretary and treasurer. Elizabeth Wilderman, Grant Gunther, Josh Epley, Karen Oskins and Ashley Zuber are committee chairpersons. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Bill and Dorothy Sherwood, 54 years; Earl and Anna Strange, 55 years. Anniversaries 1 at Nativity Congratulations to couples at Nativity Church, Evansville, celebrating October wedding an- niversaries: Bob and Dorothy Hatfield, 50 years; Lou and Joan Hoppe, 53 years; Mason and Dottie Schnapf, 47 years; Gerald and Shirley Ten- barge, 41 years; Roy and Kitty Tenney, 44 years; Ed and Carmel Young, 50 years. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The dead- line for copy is 9 a.m. the Fri- day before publication. Glenmary volunteer . ' Dennis Dooley of Evansville participated, in the 'an.  nual Glenmary Home Missioners' Summer Program  Based at the Glenmary Farm in Vaneehurg, Ky., q ::L summer program offers an opportunity for menlf serve the disadvantaged and to experience :flrat hand an active mission life. National Merit Michael Speaker, a senior at Memorial High School, Evansville, is a National Merit Scholarship semi-finalist. Memorial students Carrie Clark, Jamie Jones, Mark Palmenter, Jay Sheth and Krista Wagner have been named Commended Students in the 1996 National Merit Scholar- ship Program. Sandy Hall, Scott Mac-Arthur, Ana Silva, Lesley Weinert, Ryan Mills, Carrie Culver, Katie Skvara, Scott McBride, Katie Storms, Emlyn Stenger and Pat Roeare board members. Pep Club Amy Weber is president of the Pep Club at Mater Dei High School, Evansville. Amy Martin is vice-president, Bri- anna Cox is treasurer, and Lisa Baumgart is secretary. Thespians Tracy Beckham is president of the Thespians at Memorial High School, Evansville. Rea- gan Royster is vice-president, Anne Koenig is secretary, and Sarah Elliott is treasurer. Newscasters Jessica Freeman, Amy Frey, Kristi Niemeier and Alex Zenthoefer are serving as newscasters at Mater Dei High School, Evansville. They have volunteered to be i i ii i i "Where customers send their friends" , Open nightly til 9 p.m. Ueb00hoP & Son 0LD US 231 SOUTH - JASPER, IH - 482-2222 '" G TOYOTA Did You Know: 1-800-937-USA1 OLDS CtERA is most trouble free car made in America J. D. Powers i i i i i i i i L the Wildcat Watch news team; they will be providing closed cir- cuit announcements. Fire Wardens Alison Fischer, Selena Helfert, Jackie Hodges, Emily Jarboe, Rachel Orth and Tammy Titzer will be serqng as Jurnior Fire Wardens at Good Shepherd School, Evansville. Division I Members of the marching band at Memorial High School, Evansville, earned a Division I rating at Indiana State School Music Association competition in Jasper last Saturday. The Division I ratingquali- fied the band to go on to re- gional competition Oct. 14, ac- cording to Jim Walling, Memorial's instrumental music teacher. JONES BODY SHOP ' Front end aJnment . Complete body rebuilding . Radiator Service Call 2rt.5356 207 t South- shingt0 IN