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"13 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 11, 1991 Information for the follow- i ng article was provided by Unebrah Wright, DRE at St. reter Ch urch, Linton. There is no more powerful to our faith to a group tger young Christians a professional person to take the time each to share his faith with ," said Father Richard pastor of St. Peter Linton. He was de- the work of a cate- Paul Daluga. Daluga has a private practice at Linton. work at ersity, Bloom- and residency at St. LCis Hospital, Beech e, Dr. Daluga and his moved from the Indi- area to Linton in 1986. le doctor and his wife, have five children, 14; Nichole, 12; Dr. Paul Deluge Linton catechist offers his commitment to young people Amanda, 11; John, 3, and Alexandra. Alexandra was born Aug. 6 and baptized at St. Peter Church, Sunday, Sept. 29. Dr. Daluga has taught the high school class at St. Peter's for three years. There are 14, students in his class this year. They meet every Sunday morning at 9 a.m. in the Knights of Columbus Room. The students feel that they have a good friend, according to Deborah Wright, DRE. They can talk openly with him about what is on their mind, she added. He gives them the answers that they need to hear. His work at St. Peter's is his first experience at teach- ing religion, but Dr. Daluga said teaching young people is an everyday part of his family practice. A commitment to young people is what prompted Dr. Daluga's involvement in teaching He said he grew up in Indianapolis where he at- tended a. Catholic grade school and a Catholic.high school. "I had a goad thing," he said, referring to his own ed- ucation in matters of faith and values. "I'd like to share what I received." Dr. Daluga said his commit- ment to a Sunday morning class means he has to do some very careful planning. On a typical Sunday, he will make early patient visits at the hospital, stop to get donuts, copy a quiz for his class and then pick up his own kids to take them to reli- gious education classes. All but the youngest of the children -- Alexandra is only two months old -- go to classes on Sundays. St. Peter's has almost 100 stu- dents from pre-school through high school in reli- gious education. Despite the scheduling un- certainties of a doctor's life "the best you can do is plan your time well and hope for the best" -- Dr. Daluga has missed only two classes due to medical emergencies in the three years he has been teach- ing. Many people might say, "I don't have the time," when they consider whether they can work for the church in some way, said the doctor. "But if we are really con- cerned about our youth, I just don't think that we can afford not to take the time." DR. 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