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i 13,1991 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 13 he followin is one of a es.f featue articles on Chist. in the Diocese of nsville Information for article'was prepared by efrJoseph Erbacher, pas-  st. Anthony Church, St. nOny. ]Uilding a Christian char- primary goal as a id Sue Brames, a Chist at St. Anthony rch, St. Anthony. The for- Uses is straightfor- lems + Response LCtory or Defeat. lcally we talk about that kids are faced day," and how the ople respond to IllS. need to know that r. ons they make are to h responsible for," Brames. She said Process leads to a lot of !ng and insight. "I feel lo the making of Chris- ClrR r r." began service as a 1986. She taught rlth grade students for Years and now teaches Built in 1825 for Noon Day Stage Coach Stop & Trading Post OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED AS THE OLDEST RESTAURANT IN INDIANA 12 MILES NORTH OF EVANSVILLE 1 MILE EAST OF US 41 ON OLD STATE ROAD OLDEST ORIGINAL LOG INN i Sue Brames i St. Anthony catechist utilizes modern music, literature eighth and ninth graders. She is also one of three catechists helping prepare for the sacra- ment of confirmation. She is the mother of two teenage children, she is cur- rently employed as a secre- tary at Southern Hills Coun- seling Center in Jasper, and is enrolled as a part time stu- dent at Vincennes University- Jasper. "Sue is very well liked, not only by the students, but by the teachers as well," wrote Father Joseph Erbacher, pas- tor. "She works well within the religious education pro- gram and has a keen interest for the well being of "all the students," and especially youth in general." "Kids feel at ease in my classroom and I attribute this to my being able to share with them my joys and sor- rows, my strengths and weak- ness," said Brames. "At the beginning of this year four kids expressed their fear of reading aloud in the class and whether I could skip them when it came to them," she recalled. "I com- plied for a couple of weeks and witlout me saying any- thing, they began reading and even giving presentations in front of class. I confronted them regarding their fears and the progress I felt they made. They stated it was be- cause they felt relaxed and at EARLY STAGE COACH  STOP Dine in the Original Log Room that Abraham Lincoln was in -in November 1844 DINNERS SERVED by Ala Carte Menu or FAMILY STYLE for 4 or More Draught Beer- Wine - Cocktails DINING ROOM SEATING 500 Serving Dinner from 4 to 10:30 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday E Closed Sunday and Monday Vansville Telephone 867-3216 ease." Fronie Dilger, coordinator of religious education, praised Brames as "an ideal- istic person always striving to keep her students interested." Dilger continued, "She de- serves recognition because of her continuous efforts in planning and carrying out youth oriented projects." Dilger remembered that Brames had led a youth group in assembling a float for a pa- rade in 1989, during the 125th anniversary celebration of the parish. "Her students classify her as being well liked and hav- ing interesting ideas," said the CRE. "She encourages the students to express them- selves through modern day music and literature in the form of posters concerning subject matters such as the Ten Commandments, the Beatitudes and the Gifts of the Holy Spirit." Gehlhausen. Father Erbacher noted that Brames had attended a Direc- tors of Religious Education Convention in Indianapolis a few years ago and that "she was very impressed with the convention and I believe it even 'fired her up' more." Father Erbacher became pastor in 1986 and said that Brames "was one of the first individuals to say they would help, and she has continued in a very splendid manner." He continued, I feel very confident and very well pleased with her sharing of the faith. Whatever the age level, if she sees a need, she very willingly reaches out. Not only is Sue a religious person personally, she strives very hard to pass on strong, religious values. "Sue is very competent, it is a pleasure to work with her!" "She makes class interest- ing and we cut out materials from magazines to make posters on the Ten Com- mandments," commented ninth grader Chanda Bieker. "She asks our opinion on what they want of the class and how she could change to make it better.," she added. "I like her class, it is not boring, and she keeps the class in control," commented ninth grader Ryan SUE BRAMES Visiting Nurse Plus offers companion caregivinq for comfort, care and peace of mind. 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