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November 4, 1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 Kindness, also known as Father Tom Kessler, encourages students to be kind to during an assembly at Holy Spirit School, Evansville. -- Message photo by Mary Ann Hughes show of kindness As the characters finished dent at Mater Dei High Holy Spirit at Holy Spirit villc, became of a Studio audience "Sally Jesse took center school's gym. Farrell sse, other the roles of Lit- Peter Rab- g, and the West. As each char- and noted, gone from the speaking, there was a voice from the back of the gym, and a caped figure blurted out, "I can't be- lieve what I just heard." Captain Kindness (Father Tom Kessler) then approached the students and told them he believes in kindness, that "kind- ness is everywhere." He encouraged the students to perform acts of kindness to oth- ers, because "when you do kind things, people do kind things back to you. And if you say hate- ful things, people say hateful things back." The Holy Spirit program was connected to the diocesan-wide program to spread random acts bbit, also known as of kindness. l, "As far as I'm is no kindness Keeping in touch Craig Fehrenbacher, a stu- School, Evansville, is spending his junior year studying in Swe- den. He began the year with an extensive "crash course" in Swedish, according to his mother, Diane Fehrenbacher, and all of his classes are being taught in Swedish. Because this school year will not count toward his graduation requirements, he is also taking correspondence classes and plans to attend school when to returns home to Evansville this summer. His mother says he's "over his home-sickness, but he could use some cards from home." Cards and letters may be ad- dressed to: Craig Fehrenbacher; c/o Bongstrom Family; Bagangsvagen 21; 2120 Malmo, Sweden. :| ........ ...... ,iii : , ,,  , !ilii!'!i i i'  !i ! i .=ld Eoly Name eld, have Kindness on the book, .ndness. Year, Phyllis Lri director of -hers and schools oeese of kindness Small [he Sister of "I thought this would be a way for a smaller parish, with no Catholic school, to be tuned in with the rest of the diocese," Sis- ter Fischer said. "Even though, as Christians, I hope we do lots of acts of kindness, this was done as an awareness project." She put a note in the bulletin explaining the program and asked parishioners to partici- pate. Students in religious edu- cation classes were also encour- aged to sign up. Sister Fischer says she knows the kindness program has raised awareness in her own life and she has found herself "respond- ing differently in some situa- tions." :ided to Name Happy Birthday! Father Sylvester Loehrlein, pastor of St. Rupert Church, Red Brush, celebrates his birth- day Nov. 7. Father Eugene Dewig, pas- tor of Sacred Heart Church, Evansville, celebrates his birth- day Nov. 11. Msgr. Leo Conti, a member of the Clergy Assistance Pool, celebrates his birthday Nov. 13. He resides at Regency Club Apartments, Apt. 8212-B, 8416 Lincoln Avenue, Evansville, IN 47715. Father William Wargel, pas- tor of Holy Redeemer Church, Evansville, celebrates his birth- day Nov. 14. Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Karl and Mildred Boehm, 54 years; Roman and Mercedes Hochgesang, 45 years; Sylvester and Irene Giesler, 46 years; John and Rosalind Hasenour, 54 years; Leo and Anita Fischer, 57 years; Edmund and Mary Ann Uebelhor, 48 years; Rudy and Ruth Vonderschmitt, 51 years; Arthur and Anna Frick, 48 years. parishioner, hands her response Campaign- to Benedictine Sister ' PaStoral life coordinator. Sodality at Holy Family Diane Kempf is the president of Sodality at Holy Family Church, Jasper, and Ann Buechler is vice-president. Memorial qualifies Members of the Spell Bowl Team at Memorial High School, Evansville, have quali- fied for the senior division state finals. Fire prevention Nine students in Evansville area Catholic schools received awards in the 1994 Fire Preven- tion Poster Contest. They are Abby Logel, Courtney Logel, Paige Gribbons, Kayla Dip- pel, Selena Helfert, all from Good Shepherd School, Evansville; Dustin Paul and Albert Schmitt, St. Wendel School, St. Wendel, and Jacob Koressel and Amanda Feld- haus, Westside Catholic Con- solidated Intermediate School, Evansville. Speech ribbons Congratulations to students at St. Wendel School, St. Wen- del, who received ribbons at the first speech meet: Katie Will, Lisa Dilger, Kim Pritchett, Andrea Goedde, first; Jamie Spahn, second; Mary Beth Effinger, Jamie Rexing, Renee Reitman, Ali- cia Wilderman, third; Lynn Spahn, Sheryl Goedde, Jodi Bittner, Angle Payton, Nic- hole Biggs, Amanda Herr, fourth; Ben Stephens, Zach Will, fifth. SCHNEIDER HEATIIVG & A/C. INC. RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL * INDUSTRIAL 118 W. FRANKLIN STREET EVANSVILLE, IN 47710 24 HR. 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