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Four Diocesan Catholic schools earn Indiana Four-Star honors

Four Diocesan Catholic schools earn Indiana Four-Star honors Four Diocese of Evansville Catholic schools have earned Four-Star status from the Indiana Department of Education – Holy Trinity in Dubois County, Resurrection in Evansville, St. Philip in Posey County, and St. Wendel in St. Wendel. “Receiving designation as a Four Star School signifies...
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Thursday, May 18, 2017

Washington Catholic Elementary names Amy Cline as Principal

Washington Catholic Elementary names Amy Cline as Principal Father Paul Ferguson, pastor of Our Lady of Hope Parish in Washington, has announced that Amy Cline is the new Principal at Washington Catholic Elementary School, effective July 1. Cline has served Washington Community Schools since 1998.   Cline earned an Associate Degree in elementary educat...
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Thursday, May 18, 2017

Faithful celebrate Fatima's 100th anniversary

Faithful celebrate Fatima's 100th anniversary The Evansville praesidium of the Legion of Mary held a celebration of the 100th anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima’s first apparition to the three Portuguese peasant children on May 13 at St. Mary Church in Evansville. Deacon Charlie Koressel led the celebration, and Deacons Dan DeCastra, Jose...
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Thursday, May 18, 2017

Bulletin Board for May 19, 2017

Bulletin Board for May 19, 2017   Send information to Bulletin Board at least ten days in advance. Items to be considered for publication Friday, June 2 must be received in writing no later than noon on Tuesday, May 23.   Entries may be repeated if time and space permit. All items may be edited. All times are local time...
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Thursday, May 18, 2017

Around the Diocese for May 19, 2017

Around the Diocese for May 19, 2017 Happy birthday! Vickie Wannemuehler, principal at St. Matthew School in Mount Vernon, celebrates her birthday on May 26. Michael Morris, deacon of prison ministry in Carlisle, celebrates his birthday on May 28. Father Gordon Mann, pastor of Sts. Mary and John Parish in Evansville, celebrates his bi...
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Thursday, May 18, 2017

Father 'Dusty' Burns earns Master's Degree in Bioethics

Father 'Dusty' Burns earns Master's Degree in Bioethics Father Claude “Dusty” Burns, pastor of Evansville’s Corpus Christi Parish and St. Philip Parish in Posey County, has earned a Master’s Degree in Bioethics from the University of Mary in Bismarck, N.D. Father Burns traveled to Bismarck for the April 29 Commencement Ceremony,...
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Thursday, May 18, 2017

Reitz Memorial and alumnus honor late track coach

Reitz Memorial and alumnus honor late track coach When given the opportunity, Reitz Memorial High School alumnus Robbie Kent never hesitated in funding a special bench, which was unveiled at the school on May 15, to honor girls track coach Dylan Barnes, who died suddenly and unexpectedly on March 6 at age 43. “Dylan became a significant memb...
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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Memorial Hospital Announces 2017 LCM Volunteer of the Year Award Recipient

Memorial Hospital Announces 2017 LCM Volunteer of the Year Award Recipient Jasper – Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center has announced that John McGovren has been named recipient of the first Little Company of Mary Volunteer of the Year Award. The award is named in honor of the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary, the sponsors of Memorial Hospital....
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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Corpus Christi students bring art to life

Amber Martin’s seventh-grade class at Corpus Christi School in Evansville has been channeling their inner Dr. Frankenstein, bringing to life monsters created by their kindergarten buddies.     Kindergarteners drew their own interpretations of monsters earlier in the year, witho...
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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Prayers of different faiths 'strengthen our community'

Prayers of different faiths 'strengthen our community' Although much was different (from past years) during Evansville’s May 4 Interfaith observance of the National Day of Prayer, one critical element remained unchanged. Mayor Lloyd Winnecke talked about it as he addressed attendees and participants.   “We give thanks when we pray, and...
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Thursday, May 11, 2017