UP Catholic 08 11 2017 E Edition Page 15

Attention Parents The U.P. Catholic Newspaper offers a special subscription rate for college students. Encourage your college student to keep their faith alive while they are on campus. The U.P. Catholic Newspaper will be mailed directly to them from September through April. Send the student's name and address along with a $15 check to: The U.P. Catholic Newspaper 1004 Harbor Hills Drive Marquette, MI 49855-8851 Including Massage Therapy Catholic Social Services celebrates 40th anniversary 50 & 25 YEARS AGO BY LARRY CHABOT FROM OUR SUNDAY VISITOR AUGUST, 1967 Msgr. Nolan McKevitt, in 'blessing the fleet' at Menominee, honored those who died sailing the Great Lakes. Forty Schoolcraft County women went to Canada for a bus tour of its major shrines. Maryknoll Sister Alphonsa of Norway, a prisoner of the Japanese in World War II, died at 76. FROM THE U.P. CATHOLIC AUGUST, 1992 In his column, Father Howard Brown said Christ's assumption of Mary's into Heaven was "what any good son would have done." Catholic Social Services, which started in the old Marquette orphan- age, marked its 40th anniversary. Marquette's St. Vincent de Paul store, the first in the diocese, has now doubled in size. Organizers prepare for Carmelite Silver Tea COURTESY PHOTO From left to right, Rose Gianunzio of St. Barbara Parish in Vulcan and Diane Westrich of St. Mary Parish in Norway stand with prizes for the upcoming Carmelite Silver Tea at the Carmelite Monastery in Iron Moun- tain. The event is held annually as a fundraiser for the Carmelite Monastery, as the sisters rely solely on donations for their support. This year's Silver Tea will be held Sept. 16-17 from noon until 3 p.m. central time each day. Craft and bake sale items along with the Sister's famous homemade bread will be available for sale. The Silver Tea table will include sandwiches, candies, bars, coffee and tea. The event is open to the public and all are welcome. Tickets for the drawings are a suggested donation of $1 or 6 tickets for $5, and are available at the monastery and at all diocesan parishes. This year's prizes include a 43" LG 4K UHD Smart TV, a handmade quilt and several cash prizes. Organizers are also collecting donated items for prizes that can be dropped off at St. Mary Parish in Norway or St. Barbara Parish in Vulcan. Monetary donations may be sent directly to the sisters at 'Carmel of the Holy Cross Monastery', PO Box 397, Iron Mountain, MI 49801, memo: Silver Tea Fundraiser Donation. Children receive First Communion in Munising COURTESY PHOTO Children at Sacred Heart Parish in Munising received their First Communion earlier this spring. Front row, from left to right: Blake Tyner, Brody Johns, Cooper Anderson. Back row: Father Christopher Gardiner, Dea- con Tom Moseley, Cindy Moseley (catechist). www.upcatholic.org THE U.P. CATHOLIC AROUND THE DIOCESE August 11, 2017 15

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