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A October 11, 1991 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana locations Awareness Week is Oct. 13 - 19 By PAUL R. LEINGANG Message editor ?arishes throughout the ese of Evansville are ,eing encouraged to observe )hal Vocations Aware- l W eek, Oct. 13-19. Father ' d Fleck, diocesan voca- UOns director, said that the Week "is a special time for all of us to reflect on what we l doing to helo our people ,. the more aware of voca- ! s, especially to religious 1 and priesthood." Pather Fleck said that gift- e,d :ndividuals should be Oh. I enged to consider a vo- non to religious life or thood. any people, especially ung, feel as though they tel e not sufficiently worthy or giteated to respond to a reli- lq ; Vocation," said Father :. "From time to time, we Orne across Dersons who v.e thought alout the possi- Lult: r of such a vocation but :v I never been invited to thlder it, and thus they put ,: aea asioe." lqt: e letter from Father c empha'sized that "we .eec to be aware of our re- sponsibility of calling forth talented leaders for our Chris- tian communities of today and tomorrow." Members of the Evansville Serra Club have distributed posters to each parish and school, to increase vocations awareness. Sixty parishes throughout the diocese have responded to the request to set aside one day a month as a particular time to pray for vocations. While every Christian has a vocation, Father Fleck said that Vocations Awareness Week provides an oppartuni- ty to pay particular attention to the need for ordained lead- ers in the Catholic Church of Southwestern Indiana. Fathelr Fleck's office listed the following seminarians studying for the Diocese of Evansville. Gordon Mann, St. Theresa Church, Evansville; IV Theology, Mundelein Seminary, Mundelein, Ill. -- Bernard Etienne, St. John the Baptist Church, Newburgh; III Theology, Mundelein Seminary, Mundelein, Ill. Richard Hall, St. FOR COMPLETE ELECTRICAL SERVICE FISCHER ELECTRIC INC. RT. 1 ST. ANTHONY American National Bank Bicknell- Sandborn Vincennes Drive.in Facilities - Member F.D.I.C. A Full Service Bank Built in 1825 for Noon Day Stage Coach Stop & Trading Post OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED AS THE OLDEST RESTAURANT IN INDIANA 12 MILES NORTH OF EVANSVILLE 1 MILE EAST'OF US 41 ON OLD STATE ROAD OLDEST ORIGINAL! ' LOG ,,,,,- INN EARLY STAGE "COACH STOP Dine in the Original Log Room that Abraham Lincoln was in -in November 1844 DINNERS SERVED by Ale Carte Menu or FAMILY STYLE for 4 or More Draught Beer- Wine - Cocktails DINING ROOM SEATING 500 Serving Dinner from 4 to 10:30 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday E Closed Sunday and Monday vansville Telephone 867-3216 ,._ GENE and RITA ELPERS, Pro rietors Bernard Church, Gibson County;, II Theology, Mundelein Seminary, Mundelein, I11. -- Joseph Cook, Christ the King Church, Evansville; II Theology, St. Meinrad School of Theology, St. Meinrad, Ind. -- Christopher Hertel, Good Shepherd Church, Evansville; leave of absence. -- Charles Coomes, St. Clement Church, Boonville; I Theology, St. Meinrad School of Theology, St. Meinrad, Ind. -- Brian Holtz, St. Joseph Church, Evansville; I Theolo- gy, Mundelein Seminary, Mundelein, Ill. -- Derrick Koch, St. Fran- cis Xavier Church, Poseyville; I Theology, St. Meinrad School of Theology, St. Mein- red, Ind. herd Church, Evansville; Pre- Theology, St. Meinrad School of Theology, St. Meinrad, Ind. -- Jerrell Harville, St. Joseph Church, Jasper; IV College, St. Meinrad College, St. Melt/red, Ind. -- Kenneth Steckler, St. Mary Church, Huntingburg; IV College, St. Meinrad Col- lege, St. Meinrad, Ind. -- Thomas Zint, St. Martin Church, Chrisney, IV College, St. Meinrad College, St. Meinrad, Ind. -- Jack Durchholz, Good Shepherd Church, Evansville; III College, Sacred heart School of Theology, Hales Corners, Wisc. -- Joseph Dung Van Hoang, St. Joseph Church, Evansville; III College, St. Meinrad College, St. Meinrad, -- Vince Lueke, St. John Chrysostom Church, New Boston; III College, St. Mein- red College, St. Meinrad, Ind. -- Danny Lutz, St. Clement Church, Boonville; II College, St. Meinrad College, St. Meinrad, Ind. -- Jamie Morris Brown, Holy Spirit Church, Evansville; I College, St. Meinrad College, St. Meinrad, Ind. -- Christopher Combs, Christ the King Church, Evansville; I College, St. Meinrad College, St. Meinrad, Ind. -- Mark Strewn, Holy Rosary Church, Evansville; I College, St. Meinrad College, -- Kevin Dick,-Good Shep- Ind. St. Meinrad, Ind. Church officials praise Jesuit case ruling, say more must be done By INES PINTO ALICEA Catholic News Service WASHINGTON (CNS) -- U.S. and Salvadoran church officials said they were pleased that two army offi- cers were convicted for their involvement in the murders of six Jesuit priests, their housekeeper and her daugh- ter in E1 Salvador, but they said the convictions are just one step on a long path to truth. "We're happy that we have had an important advance in criminal justice in E1 Sal- vador, but the intellectual au- thors and at:tual shooters have gone scot fre, e," said Je- suit Father Dean Brackley, a pro|bssor at Central American Uniwu'sitv in San Salvador, where tb murders occurred. "This is a graw , error." A five-member civilian jury foun(l Army Col. Guillermo A. Benavid$s guiltv on all eight counts of murder and Lt. Yusshy Rene Mendoza guilty in the murder of 16- year-old Celina Ramos, the daughter of the Jesuits' cook. The two were accused of pro- viding the orders which led to the murders. "By convicting Benavides and Mendoza, the jury want- ed to send the signal that the responsibility for the assassi- nations should be sought higher up in the armed forces," said Father Jose Maria Tojeira, provincial gen- eral of the Jesuits in Central America, in a prepared state- ment. To find who is responsible higher up, Father Tojeira said that it is "of utmost impor- tan(:e to get U.S. intelligen(:e agel]cie, s to turn over the doc- ulne, ntatioll they have on the case,, docmnentation that they have hidden so far." Another army lieutenaflt, a non-(:ommissioned officer and five enlisted men were acquitte(] by the jury. Jesuit Father Charles L. (]urrie, who attended the trial, told The Catholic Stan- dard and Times, newspaper of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, the Jesuits were "astounded" when they heard Benavides had been convicted. "Perhaps tle verdict was a gut reaction," said Father Currie, who is rector of the Je- suit community at St. Joseph's University."They simply went for those who gave the order." Father Brackley told Catholic News Service that it is difficult to say how the rul- ing would improve the Sal- vadoran justice system since international pressttrc, and media attention really carried the case through the trial stage. Father Bracklev said Ms. Ramos' father, the universi- ty's landscat)er, was "dis(:our- aged and upset" that the sol- dier who actually shot and killed his daughter was ac- quitted. Appeals from a jury's ver- dict are not allowe(1 by Sal- vadoran law. BRESCIA COLLEGE Course Title: "Basic Approaches to Catechetical Ministry" An introduction to the theory and practic e of" catechetical ministry required to facilitate lifelong faith development. This course provides a basic understanding of the s Mrituality and purpose of catechesis and an introduction to the techniques of planning and effective sessions tbr persons of all ages. Three college credit hours Classes meet on five alternate Saturdays for four-hour sessions Course credits may be applied toward the Ministry Formation Program available at Brescia College tOC*'rWN.. St. Mary's Center, Huntingburg, Indiana msrmlcroR: Sr. Mary EmmaJochum, OSB, MA crass oJ'r:s: Nov. 2, 16, 30, Dec. 14 and Jan. 4 REGISTRATION DEADLINE: October 25 FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL: 1-800-264-1234