MEO cancels 2020 Gala

July 3, 2020

Witnessing ‘the collaborative spirit of our community’

Heath Howington named Reitz Memorial High School Boys’ Basketball Head Coach

St. Mary, Ireland, celebrates dedication of new church

Holy Rosary’s ‘Abuela Pilar’ retires

Evansville’s BRIDGE, CAJE host ‘Moment to Movement’

Priests begin new assignments

Creating a plan forward

Holy Trinity Catholic School in Dubois County celebrated Mass on June 25 at Holy Family Parish in Jasper to honor the 29 graduates of the school’s Class of 2020. Former priest-delegate
of Holy Trinity Father Gary Kaiser concelebrated the Mass with Father John Boeglin, pastor of
Holy Family Parish in Jasper and Dean of the Diocese of Evansville’s East Deanery, and Father Brian Emmick, Holy Trinity’s new priest-delegate and pastor of Precious Blood Parish. Graduates and their immediate families were invited to attend, and CDC and Diocesan of Evansville safety protocols were followed. The Mass was also livestreamed for extended family, friends, and Holy Trinity faculty and staff members not in attendance. Shown in the photo are the
graduates tossing their caps – a post-graduation tradition – with appropriate social distancing in place. Congratulations to all! Submitted photo

Holy Trinity Catholic School 2020 Graduation

Holy Trinity Catholic School in Dubois County celebrated Mass on June 25 at Holy Family Parish in Jasper to honor the 29 graduates of the school’s Class of 2020. Former priest-delegate of Holy Trinity Father Gary Kaiser concelebrated the Mass with Father John Boeglin, pastor of Holy Family Parish in Jasper and Dean of the Diocese of Evansville’s East Deanery, and Father Brian Emmick, Holy Trinity’s new priest-delegate and pastor of Precious Blood Parish. Graduates and their immediate families were invited to attend, and CDC and Diocesan of Evansville safety protocols were followed. The Mass was also livestreamed for extended family, friends, and Holy Trinity faculty and staff members not in attendance. Shown in the photo are the graduates tossing their caps – a post-graduation tradition – with appropriate social distancing in place. Congratulations to all!

Submitted photo

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Father Deydier House of Discernment Summer 2020

House Director Father Tyler Tenbarge and seminarian Deacon Garrett Braun celebrate Easter Sunday sunrise Mass in the House Chapel during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Submitted photo courtesy of Father Tyler Tenbarge

In Evansville, All Saints Parish’s Women's Group gathered on two recent Saturdays to
pot flowers and write notes for homebound parishioners. The women told The Message, “We hope this simple act of kindness brightened their day. This project was so
fulfilling for everyone involved, and it was wonderful connecting with our parish family.”
Shown in this June 6 photo are Women’s Group members Peggy Epley, left, Sandy
Bruno, Fatima Chan, Kelly Snyder, Janie Allen Wilma Spaulding and Nancy Reinhart.
Submitted photo courtesy of All Saints Parish Women’s Group

Remembering homebound parishioners

Evansville's All Saints Parish’s Women's Group gathered recently to pot flowers and write notes for homebound parishioners. The women told The Message, “We hope this simple act of kindness brightened their day.”

Submitted photo courtesy of All Saints Parish Women’s Group

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St. Mary, Ireland, celebrates new church

Following the June 28 Dedication Mass for the new St. Mary Church in Ireland, Brescher Filming & Photography, LLC, of Jasper flew its drone to get some aerial photos of the new church under the light of a setting sun. The Message gratefully acknowledges their help in covering the Dedication Mass, which we featured in our July 3 issue.

Photo by Brescher Filming & Photography, LLC, special to The Message