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Rivet High School students earn top honors in recent competitions

Rivet High School students earn top honors in recent competitions Three Rivet High School seniors noticed the increasing problem of school shootings occurring in the United States and wanted to do something – anything. So, James Hancock, Cameron Klein and Colten Mouzin said they made it their goal to “come up with a solution to help solve this problem...
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Thursday, May 02, 2019

Indiana Catholic Conference hails 'successful legislative session'

Indiana Catholic Conference hails 'successful legislative session' With major victories in the pro-life arena and other matters of human dignity, the Indiana Catholic Conference considers the recently concluded 2019 session of the General Assembly a positive one overall. Throughout the course of the four-month session, the ICC closely tracked and promoted legislat...
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Thursday, May 02, 2019

Bulletin Board for May 3

Bulletin Board for May 3 Send information to Bulletin Board at least 10 days prior to publishing date. Entries may be repeated if space permits; entries may be edited; all times are local times. Mail information to Bulletin Board, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724-0169; e-mail message@evdio.org. General Interest Kindness...
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Thursday, May 02, 2019

Around the Diocese for May 3

Around the Diocese for May 3 Around the Diocese for May 3 Happy Birthday! Deacon James King of Christ the King Parish, Ferdinand celebrates his birthday on May 8. Father Christopher Droste, pastor of Divine Mercy Parish, St. Anthony, celebrates his birthday on May 10. Father Simon Natha, associate pastor of St. Francis Xavier...
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Thursday, May 02, 2019

Divine Mercy Service Schedule 2019

Divine Mercy Service Schedule 2019 Editor’s Note: The listings for Divine Mercy Sunday published in The Message on April 12 included some parishes’ regular weekend Mass schedules. The list below includes only those services for the observance of Divine Mercy Sunday. It does not include regular weekend Masses. Following i...
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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Easter's light overcomes evil's darkness

Easter's light overcomes evil's darkness “The light of Christ….” “Thanks be to God!” Deacon David Rice sang the first line above multiple times on April 20 as he carried the Paschal Candle and led the procession into the Diocese of Evansville’s St. Benedict Cathedral during the Mass of the Easter Vigil...
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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Corpus Christi kids learn different career paths at school's first Job Fair

Corpus Christi kids learn different career paths at school's first Job Fair First, Brian Eickhoff instructed Corpus Christi School third-graders Daxton Lehman and Nicholas Elfreich to drape the tie around their necks. Then, Eichoff, part-owner of Paul’s Menswear, taught the two boys how to properly tie a necktie. Dressed in their professional best, about 200 Corpus C...
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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Bulletin Board for April 26

Bulletin Board for April 26 Send information to Bulletin Board at least 10 days prior to publishing date. Entries may be repeated if space permits; entries may be edited; all times are local times. Mail information to Bulletin Board, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724-0169; e-mail message@evdio.org. General Interest 21st Ear...
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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Around the Diocese for April 26

Around the Diocese for April 26 Happy Birthday! Father Zach Etienne, Pastor of Good Shepherd Parish in Evansville, celebrates his birthday on May 1. Father William Traylor, Associate Pastor of St. Joseph Parish in Jasper, celebrates his birthday on May 2. Father Ted Tempel, retired priest of the Diocese of Evansville, celebrates...
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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Predatory lending opponents see efforts pay off in final days of session

Predatory lending opponents see efforts pay off in final days of session The Catholic Church was among the strongest voices in a chorus of opposition to a bill that would have dramatically expanded predatory lending in Indiana. Senate Bill 613, which proposed new loan products that fell under the category of criminal loansharking under current state law, died before its...
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Thursday, April 25, 2019