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._November 11, 1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana I Remember these faithful departed in your prayers Roger Aldenderfer, 43, Virginia L. Bishop, 70, St. Clarence W. Dean, 80, Sa- Frank R. Elliott, 82, Resur- H01y Redeemer, Evansville, Oct. 21. Anthony "Tony" Ballman, 86, St. Joseph, Dale, Oct. 13. Alexius Beyke, 90, St. Theresa, Evansville, Oct. 21. Andre E. Brassard, 72, St. Theresa, Evansville, Oct. 16. Floyd Cannon, 77, St. Mary, Washington, Oct. 14. cred Heart, Vincennes, Sept. 15. Victoria Peck Donahue, 54, Christ the King, Evans- ville, Oct. 4. Minerva Curtis, 88, Holy Mildred Dunn, 74, Holy Re- Henry, St. Henry, Oct. 18. Spirit, Evansville, Oct. 27. deemer, Evansville, Sept. 13. St. Benedict to host 'Celebrant Singers' Nov. 19 The Celebrant Singers, an Celebrant Singers will present Since 1977, Celebrant !nternationally known Christ- Inn music ministry, will pre- sent a COmmunity.wide concert at St. Benedict Church, Evans- ville on Nov. 19 at 7:30 p.m. The concert is free. A free-will Offering will be taken Ten sin-e orches,-- g.rs and a 12-piece z-a Wlll perform contem- POrary Christian music, lead Praise and worship, and give personal witness. During 1994, seven teams of over 1,400 concerts in some 30 nations, nine Canadian provices and all 50 states. The group's founder, Jon Stemkoski, said similar groups "traditionally have had an ex- clusively Protestant audience," but Ce!ebratn Singers "is the first full-time contemporary Christian singing group to have widespread ministry among America's 60 million Roman Catholics." Singers have performed in over 3,000 parishes in North Amer- ica. In 1984 a group sang in St. Peter's Square in Rome, before an Easter-week crowd of over 120,000 people. Stenkowski and his singers were honored by a private audience with Pope John Paul II. More re- cently, the singers participated in World Youth Day in Denver. The . . ,._ pa.rlsh family and frmnds of St. Anthony Church, r asvflle, express deep appreciation to the St. Mein- C?, ' chla Cantorum, under the direction of Fr. Tobias t an, OSB, master organist Mark X. Hatfield, and Ctt'- generous sponsors who helped make our raui NT PLUS a magnificent celebration of sacred c, art and architecture: SPONSORS: St. Mary's Medical Center & WIKY Co-Sponsors D-Patrick Automobile Dealerships Associate Sponsors Buehler Foods, Inc. Old National Bank Tri-State Bearing Company, Inc. Ziemer Funeral Homes Benefactors Bassemier's Fireplace & Patio, Inc. J. H. Memmer Accountancy Corporation George S. Olive & Company Bob & Linda Rheinlander Siemers Glass Company, Inc. Uebelhor & Son Chevrolet/Olds/Cadillac/2byota Roselle R. Weinzapfel, CPA, CFP James Will Insurance rection, Evansville, Oct. 19. Henrietta M. Ernst, 64, St. Anthony, St. Anthony, Oct. 25. Roy Findley, 77, St. Wen- del, St. Wendel, Oct. 3. John Fischer, 73, St. Philip, Mt. Vernon, Oct. 15. Rita Fischer, 75, All Saints, Cannelburg, Sept. 10. Urban F. Fuhs, 76, Holy Family, Jasper, Oct. 5. Catherine (Katie) Haag, 74, St. Theresa, Evansville, Oct. 13. Charles T. Hagan, St., 58, St. Nicholas, Santa Claus, Oct. 29. Albert Heidet, 85, St. Fer- dinand, Ferdinand, Oct. 9. Anna Hollinden, 74, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, Aug. 10. Ruth Holtz, 65, St. Joseph, Evansville, Oct. 4. Leo Jasper, 88, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, Oct. 9. Edna Jenkins, 66, St. James, Haubstadt, Oct. 5. Gladys Keefe, 86, St. Nicholas, Santa Claus, Oct. 31. Mildred Kemmerling, 95, Good Shepherd, Evansville, Oct. 26. Amber M. Knabel, 85, St. Joseph, Jasper, Oct. 7. Sister Mary Therese (Mary Teresa) Lea, St. Mary- of-the-Woods, Ind., Oct. 25. Joseph P. Lents, 81, St. Mary, Washington, Oct. 6. Elizabeth S. Maier, 90, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haub- stadt, Oct. 12. Stella Merchant, 92, St. Joseph, Jasper, Oct. 8. William C. (W.C.) Miller, 83, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, July 15. Robert F. Moffett, 64, St. John, Loogootee, Oct. 21. Clement Muensterman, 43, Sacred Heart, Evansville, Oct. 12. Edward D. Niemeier, 78, Precious Blood, Jasper, Oct. 10. Sherri Osborne, 45, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Oct. 23. Cordella E. Parker, 73, Holy Family, Jasper, Oct. 13. Aloysius Persohn, 72, Sa- cred Heart, Schnellville, Oct. 24. Leona Prullage, 84, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Oct. 13. Fred William Schutter, St. Philip Neri, Bicknell, October 14. Dorothy Soellner, 75, Res- urrection, Evansville, Oct. 31. Leo H. Sorensen, 75, Res- urrection, Evansville, Oct. 31. Marie A. Steinhart, 89, St. Joseph, Jasper, Oct. 28. William Trainer, 58, St. Joseph, Evansville, Oct. Johnny A. Uebinger, 89, Sacred Heart, Evansville, Oct. 12. Elizabeth Vowels, 97, St. Joseph, Evansville, Oct. 31. These obituary notices were submitted from parishes throughout the diocese. DANT'S Housecleaning Service Carpet, Upholstery, etc. Complete Car Care Service 812-486-3264 Don't say can't call II I II I II I 11 Priests in:] bishol Weigadi .... ferred il the Dioc CaliL Theapp0int were anno : Bishop Thomas J:! O'Brien ! of :Phoenix, publisher of e | Catholic Sun diocesan news| paper, is the 1994 recipient|