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ii:! i ! )1 I | |m 13, 1991 The Message --for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Ferdinand Benedictines celebrate 125 years By PAUL R. LEINGANG Message Editor "One hundre(l twenty-five 'anTS .ago the Sisters of St. ' edict be,an in Ferdinand, d., the B'enedictine tradi- n of seeking God in every- and everything," said Sis- . r,.athrynltuber, ().S.B., lress, as she prochdlned a , r of celebration at nastery Immaculate Con- Ption. We are -' , ,. planllln2 I]HIIIV ac- tie ""  s to brin I)Ool)h' Io tills inch is home to the Sis- Kordes Enrichment Center," said Sister Huber. The year of celehration opens Jan. 1. Events planned during the year include a lec- ture by famous Benedictine Sister Joan Chittister Feb. 14, a lecture hy Dr. Joyce Broth- ers May 7, a summer festival June 27 and 28, and a CouI!- try Music Concert Oct. 17. A "Heritagc  Day Celebra- tion" Aug. 20 will commelno- rate the, day the monastery was founded 125 years ago. "To know us you have to experience us and our hospi- Sofst. Benedict altl the tality," said Sister Huber, as _.ministries we, sponsor, she almounced plans to in- nan Heights Acadetny and rite many diverse groups of p._Pr.fun and hind rai;ing, too, the Vincennes Christian Education arrogation has developed a "Lucky Bucks Calendar." Calendars are tff*,UaOle for $25. Purchasers are eligible for a prize each and every day ,year  $50 on each clay Saturday dmmgh Thursday, and $100 a t'riday ?!agHi wil works: Each calendar has four predelermined numbers, rang- : aai0000 to 9999 Purchasers register their numbers with C,E F. Be- 1 gtwi} h the first day of January 1992 the winning daily number Pick Four number of the Indiana Lottery. ,;kt i80 will be given away; Another $39;000 will be raised for schol, --; PAIDVERTISEMENT "Where customers send their friends!" i Open nightly til 9 p.m. @ 00.ns, 00nc. GeO #.'(r/,':,:. TOYOTa OLD US 231 SOUTH - JASPER, IN - 482-2222 ..00l-800-937-USA1 Best Pizza in Town izza; Pasta Salad" Bar Sandwiches Nachos Free Delivery after 4:00 p.m. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 864 S. Green River Rd. Lawndale Shopping Center Evansville, IN 474-1200 Hwy 66 & 261 US 231 North Newburgh, IN Jasper, IN 853-9200 634-1844 people to the monastery. She said it was important to cele- brate "with the many people who touch our lives a'nd whose lives we touch." Some of the activities will include inviting academy and college alumni, women who were once members of the commu- nity, the people of Ferdinand, the Benedictine monks of St. Meinrad Archabbey, and members of the monasteries founded by the Benedictine Sisters from their monastery at Ferdinand. Benedictines came to Indi- See FERDINAND Page 11 Sister Kathryn Huber, O.S.B., meets with Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfinger -- Message Photo by Susan L Winiger JAIVIES JETT & ASSOCIATES Realty & Insurance 4 7 3-4005 524 S. Green River Rd. Evansville, IN 47715 "Funeral Pre-Planning Since 1940" Miller & Miller 424-9274 Funeral Homes ZIEMER-SHEARS EAST CHAPEL 800 S. HEBRON AVE. Four Convenient Locations Principal named in Washington By MARY ANN HUGHES Message staff writer Dennis Bradley, a teacher and administrator in the Washington Catholic school system since 1970, has been named principal of Washing- ton Catholic High School and Washington Catholic Middle School, according to Fonda Joyce, Washington Catholic superintendent. Bradley began teaching math and science to Washing- ton Catholic Middle School students in 1970. From 1973 to 1983, he served as princi- pal at Washington Catholic Middle School. During that time, he also taught math and religion. Since 1982, Bradley has taught religion, math, science and reading at Washington Catholic Middle School. Holy Rosary basketball league play continues Fifth- and sixth-grade bas- ketball results from Holy Rosary Church are reported by Steve Scldachter. St. Benedict Blue 48, Holy Rosary White 7; Holy Spirit ;3, Holy Rosary Gold 26; St. Benedict White 31, St. Theresa White 11; St. Theresa Red 26, Evansville Christian 5; Holy Rosary Green 32, Christ the King Black 17; Good Shepherd 36, Christ the King Gold 22.