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28 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, November 6 - November 12, 1998 Sussex Catholic parishes are focu:s of new diocesan plan The Catholic Diocese has an- not an easy alternative. In 1996. today. Also, the report said that couraged diocesan officials to even in thelonger term, toconsid- nounced plans for Sussex County as part of a strategic plan for the Delaware and Eastern Shore of Maryland Diocese. Included in the plan are recommendatioas for the parishes of St. Ann, Bethany Beach, and St. Edmond, Rehoboth Beach. The plan was developed over a period of time in consulta- tion witfi parishes and also reflects the priorities of the Most Rev. Michael A. Saltarelli, bishop of Wilmington. Growing to capacity, St. Ann parish in Bethany Beach is being called on to establish a mission to 'the west. The only parish in the Bethany Beach area, St. Ann has more than doubled in size over the past seven years, according to data outlined in the plan. It is suggest- ed that the parish could address the needs of the community by es- tablishing a mission church three to five miles away in Dagsboro. According to the diocesan plan, "'The St. Ann facilities have reached capacity and expansion is the population within the parish boundaries of St. Ann was 15,764. The parish has a high influx of tourists over the summer and this group is expected to grow." The plan also notes that some .growth is expected in the Millsboro area, which the Dagsboro facility would assist in providing addi- tional services. Faced with a steadily growing area in one part of the Rehoboth Beach areas and insufficient facil- ities at another, the diocesan plan calls for the Parish of St. Ed- mond/St. Jude to begin a compre- hensive strategic planning process to map out its future. "'The facilities at St. Edmond and St. Jude," the report sthtes, "are unable to serve the exploding resort population in the summer months." Noting that churches are limited in their ability to serve the fluctuating tourist population, the diocesan report indicated that the two-church parish has grown from 880 family units in 1987 to 2,000 the demographic projects call for continued growth for the next 10 to 20 years along the Route 1 cor- ridor." The diocese is calling for a plan for the parish to examine ministry for the next 10 years. A vision for parish programs and long-range plans for facilities as well as a long-range plan for staffing. Rec- ognizing that St. Jude Mission at Nassau is located closer to the population growth areas than St. Edmond in downtown Rehoboth Beach, the diocesan plan calls for a possible expansion of St. Jude Mission to meet the demand. The plan goes on to encourage the present total parish of St. Ed- mond/St. Jude to join talents and resources to outfit the St: Jude fa- cility with space for religious edu- cation classes, offices and a hall, so that, in the not-too-distant fu- ture, it could be separated from St. Edmond as a distinct parish. The plan also noted the growth around the Milton area and eft- Janus D. Stowe weds Timothy C. Ellio00t. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy C. EI- liott. The bride is the former Miss Janus Diane Stowe. Bible College, Christiansburg, Va., is employed as a bookkeeper. The groom, a 1993 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School and a 1996 graduate of the Art Insti- tute of Philadelphia, is an indus- trial designer with Continental/General Tire in Char- lotte, N.C. The processional, "The Wed- ding Song," was sung-by Gwen Jones, friend of the bride. "One Love," was sung by Greg and Teri Laskowski, friends of the couple. After a wedding trip to Gatlin- burg, Tenn., the couple will live in .M _ogr.esyil!e, N.C_ . can color your world {not to mention your copies), our full service color laser copier. So, if your life needs a little more color...Come to PostNet! 15 Midway Shopping Center 459o g one Rehoboth Beach, DE t9971 Phone: 13021 644-9034 Fax: 13021 644-9036 EmaiJ: amercis@compuserve.com Janus Diane Stowe, of Mooresville, N.C., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stowe, also of Mooresville, and Timothy Clay Elliott, of Sherill's Ford, N.C., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Elliott of Milton, were married Sept. 19 at Foursquare Gospel Church in Mooresville. The wedding ceremony was performed by the Rev. Roy A. Young. The bride wore a full-length gown of ivory satin with a chapel- length train. The full skirt was gathered to a lace-covered bodice, with sequins and pearls. The sweetheart neckline was closed in the back by draped strings of pearls. Lace, sequins and pearls accented the skirt and train. Her fingertip ivory illusion veil cas: ' eaded from an ivory rose headZ: band. She carried ivory roses and ivy. The matron of honor was Myra Poweil, friend of the bride. She " was attended by bridesmaids Sara Cline, sister of the bride; Sunny Cooke, sister of the bride; and Rosa Mitchke, friend of the bride. Her attendants wore navy empire- waist dresses with a bow in back, and carried gardenias and ivory roses. The best man was Howard Ei- liott of Sherills Ford, brother of the groom. The ushers were John Sipple of Milford, friend of the groom; John Diep of Georgetown, friend of the groom; and Drew Sammons of Milton, a friend of the groom. The wedding coordinator was Dale Wheatley, cousin of the bride, of Mardela Springs, N.C. The reception was in Living Waters Fellowship Hall. The mu- sic was by Brend Osborn, friend of the bride, of Indiana. The bride, a graduate of Life carefully monitor development er the need for a mission church in there and to plan accordingly; that locale. 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