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13, 1995 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 i,/i :> IZ! ?) =ng Peace at Bernard ;tudents at St. Bernard Rockport, are taking a peciat look at'the diocesan "Increase the Peace," ac- to Lee Berg, principal. in the diocese are ng asked to make a concerted t to encourage students and to seek peaceful resolu- tendency to strike out in and anger is all too corn- world," Berg wrote in a St. Bernard parents. them to become a "Increase the Peace" .re "by doing your part by promote and develop [, loving attitude and 0sphere in your home." said St. Bernard stu- will be participating in activities as part of "a ch .month, students will in four-person family for a planned community September ac- a family included hobbies, in- said the family program to promote peace in our "ng down barriers be- !sting an atmosphere of and respect. students expe- new and younger build re- OpPortunities for of service to the COmmunity. older students role models. Ben's Board is president at St. Bene- Scott nt, and tary. Dan Hay- and Mike are board members. Birthday! A. Gettelfin. of the Dio. ville, celebrates 20. Birthday! Ls Kessler, , Church, 'elebrates his ne Sister Diane life coordina- Church, celebrates her ). f October, Ursu- Muller as Pastoral As- lmon Church, Student member Katie Cannon, a junior at Rivet High School, Vin- cennes, has been chosen to serve as the student member of the Vincennes Area Chamber of Commerce. She will be an active partici- pant with other community lead- ers during the monthly Board of Directors meetings. Junior High Student Council Andrew Schroeder is presi- dent of the Student Council at Westside Catholic Consoli- date Junior High School, Evansville. Jennifer Tornatta is vice-president, Julie Lehman is secretary. Receiving first Members of the Marching Wildcat Band at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, re- ceived a first at District Compe- tition; they continue on to re- gional competition at Central High School on Oct. 14. Safety patrol Students at St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon, who will be serving on the Safety Pa- trol include Brian Vaal, Susan Hoehn, Ryan Hickey, Aaron Head, Joey Hayden, Ashley Weinzapfel, Craig Polage, Amy Baumgart, Scott Muller, Miehelle Muller, Simon Hoehn, Jeff Hardin, Michael Carton, Krista Weinzapfel, Paul Hussman, Eric Anger- meier, Sarah Head and Jes- sica Moll. Student Council Ann Boarman is president of the Student Council at Christ the King School, Evansville. Emily Carter is vice-president, Lauren Mortensen is secretary, and Katie Sauer is treasurer. Class representatives include Adam Hubert, Marlena Jus- tak, Oliver Thomas, Chad Melchiors, Katie Thomas, Courtney Braun, Cory Hal- big, Laura Kassenbrock, Robert Sauer, Brooke Winiger, David Horning and Blair McCarthy. !i ! :!! i ! (i !?Z  iii !ii  ZI  i  :  (!i:;!ii)i!):i ii(!:i' ! Washington. Sodality Ellen Senninger is president of the St: Anne Sodality at St. Celestine Church, Celestine. Judy Betz is vice-president, Judy Senninger is secretary, and Tama Stemle is treasurer. 'Entertainment committee members include Shirley mitt and Melinda Beyke. Anniversaries at Sacred Heart Graman, 45 years; Orison and Marilyn Smith, 41 years; Bob and Betty Laue, 55 years. 2,000 meetings Members of the Legion of Mary at St. Mary Church, Washing- ton, recently h01d their 2,000 meeting. The members plarLto rec- ognize this milestone ardgive thanks to God for their ministry to their parish and community dur- ing a Mass of Thanksgiving at 2 p.m. Oct. 18. Congra,kuh!tjon,.to!cbgplb$.at.! ! : ,',.) )'i'-'  , : .','f :. Sacred Heart Chui-ch, Vin- cennes, celebrating October wed- Please send information ding anniversaries: Linus and for AROUND THE DIOCESE Jeanne;lB; 43 Ee,'Pa'ul': to Mar' iti HUihes,The and Donna Wlssel, 4 years; Message, -P.O. Box 4169, Bud and Jan Adorns, 40 vqars: Evansille,,IN\\;47,724, The Paul and Joan Pel-rf, 17 'yt::r= dc'adlie o'e0p |s9 a.m. Art and Carol Bowman, 48 the Friday before publica- years; Renus and Germainc tion. Memorial High School students write about 'Increasing the Peace' THE::, PEACE Marie Clare Lank, an English teacher at Memorial High School, Evansville, asked her students to write acrostic poems using the diocesan theme "Increase the Peace." Too much crime In the world No more hate, decrease the Crime Rate Every one help each other Attempt to Cleanse the Earth 'The Human race dEclines in Christian beliefs strong People nEed A peaCeful role model, name is JEsus of Nazareth. Josh Tweddell hnagine No I I N I his Crime wheRe Everyone Acts Socially AccEptable BeaT the peEr pressure People dEserve A Crime free Environment. Adam Berry Inform Negotiate Create Reduce conflicts Examine issues Approach problems Simplify Execute a plan Trust Hope Explain Prevent arguments Emphasize Accept differences Compromise Encourage. Shea Perkins I thiNk Caring friends who hElp one Another to Stop quarrEling and Talk tHe problEm out Probably arE sAid tobe peaCemakers in thE making Kris McCombs