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The00l E S S i CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF EVANSVILLE VOLUME 19 i NUMBER12 NOVEMBER 18, 1988 l00ttt6 1988 CAMPAIGN FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT/ UNfFED STATES CATHOLIC CONFERENCE Catholic Charities head named as a multi-program Family and Child Welfare Agency. Kazyak served as executive director" of Catholic Social Services, Inc., of Lan- sing, Mich., from 1966 to 1973. His career includes various social service and teaching positions in Michigan. Kazyak was awarded his master's degree in social work at Loyola Univer- sity, Chicago, in 1958. His undergraduate degree was awarded at Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., in 1956. His By PAUL LEINGANG Message Editor Bishop Erancis .R. Shea has an- nounced the appointment of Bernard V. Kazyak, ACSW, as the new executive director of Catholic Charities. Kazyak served as Vice President of Catholic Social Services, Wayne Coun- ty, with headquarters in Detroit, Mich., from 1973 to 1988. CSS Wayne County has.a staff of 150, with an annual budget in excess of $6.5 million. It is described From the desk of Bishop Francis R. Shea Bishop of Diocese of Evansville membership in professional organiza- tions includes the National Association of Social Workers and Catholic Charities USA; he is a founding member of the Michigan Federation of Private Children and Family agencies. Kazyak is married; his wife is a registered nurse. The couple has five children. Msgr. Kenneth R. Knapp, Vicar General and Chancellor of the Diocese of Evansville, said he was very pleased with Kazyak's qualifications and exper- tise. Mr. Knapp cited Kazyak's exten- sive experience in the field of social ser- vices, from caseworker and counselor to high-level managerial responsibility. The appointment was made with the assistance of a search committee, which included Roberta Mattingly and Liz Flittner, both of Evansville; and Randy Miller and Ken Krasavage, both of Newburgh. See CATHOLIC page 16 Liturgy for Bishop Shea is Nov. 20 Plans have been completed for the solemn celebration of Christ the King: a liturgy of thanksgiving for Bishop Fran- cis R. Shea, scheduled for'Sunday , Nov. 20. The liturgy will be celebrated at Holy Rosary Church, Evansville, at 2 p.m. A reception will follow, at Holy Rosary cafeteria, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Representatives from throughout the diocese will participate in the day's events. Co-celebrating the Mass with the bishop will be Msgr. Kenneth Knapp, vicar general and chancellor of the diocese; Msgr. Omer Meyer, treasurer; Msgr. Charles Koch, judicial vicar and head of the diocesan ffibunal; and Father William Deering, pastor of Holy Rosary Church. Priests and deacons will also concelebrate. David Franklin, deacon at Holy Rosary, will assist and servers at the Mass will be seminarians. Scott Whitehouse, Father Seen Hoppe, O.S.B., and Father Robert Temme will serve as Masters of Ceremonies. Cantors will be Tina Kern, Tony Buccilli and Father William J. Deering. Sister Theresita Schenk, O.S.B. and Tina Kern will be organists. Music directors will be Sister Mary Sarah Briggeman, O.S.B. and Theresa O'Bryan, Msgr. Knapp is the general chairman for the Thanksgiving Mass and recep- tion. The Secretariat on Worship planned the liturgy, Doris Barrow is in charge of church decorations. The reception was planned by Martha Dilger, Deanna Ruston, Mary Ann Hughes, Nancy Schum and Melody Vezzoso. Father Michael Hamel served as coor- dinator, assisted by Carolyn Mueller. During the Mass, Mike Blake will do the First Reading; Mary Ann Wittgen will do the second reading. David Franklin will read the Gospel and Father Robert Deig will give the homily. The presenta|ion of gifts will be made by Sister Mary Blandford, O.S.C,; Sister Catherine Cavanaugh, L.S.P.; Mary Jane and Joseph Theby, Sister Gertrude Bastnagel, D.C.; Sister Mary Walter Goebel, O.S.B., and Mimi Slaughter. Emily Horning and Matt Singer will read the universal prayers. Dear Friends in Christ: Next Sunday, I shall be on my way to attend perhaps my last meeting of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops. This letter reminds me that it Was my first such meeting, May of 1970, which I attended as the new Bishop of Evansville, when the prin- c.ipal action item was the institution of the Campaign for Human Development. I saw it as a great idea then and I am equally enthusiastic about it now. Our Church has done more than write a Pastoral Letter about the United States eCOnomy. The improvements which we Uggested in that letter, we have at- mpted to address through the Cam- .paign for Human Equality. Because of YOur generous response CHD has become a major funder of self-help pro- ]ects in our country. In his latest encyclical, "On Social Concerns," Pope John Paul II reminded us of the religious nature of our solidari- ty with the poor when he said, "By vir- tue of her evangelical duty, the Church feels called to take her stand beside the poor, to discern the justice of their re- quests and to help satisfy them." That is precisely what the Campaign for Human Development is all about: taking a stand with poor. There are peo- ple of intelligence, of energy, of will- ingness to rise above the "hellish circle of poverty" which stubbornly holds them back. What they need is a chance for advancement. It is within our power to supply that chance through our car- ing and sharing. The collection for this splendid cause will be taken up in all our churches on the week-end of November 19-20. Keep those people in your prayers and help them materially if you can. Sincerely yours in Christ, Most Reverend Francis R. Shea Bishop of Evansville On the insid00 Role of the priest Convocation details, on page 3. Scripture Commentary Father Don Dilger's reflections, on page 5. Bulletin Board What's going on? See page 6. Thank you, Bishop Shea -- Four pages of photos and comments from across the diocese, pages 7-10. Football frenzy -- What will Memorial expect? See Dave Rutter, on page 14. III