Archive from the weeks of July 2-July 15

10 year ago – 2006

Sioux City – Globe debuts new look: The Globe staff has worked diligently of the past few weeks to bring a fresh new look and format to the paper. The decision was made to go with the smaller tabloid size as a means of a more reader-friendly publication.

Diocese introduces new summer catechetical program – Totus Tuus.

Algona St. Cecelia Perpetual adoration chapel celebrates 22 years.

25 years ago – 1991

Court nominee is former Catholic seminarian, Judge Clarence Thomas.

Several thousand Siouxland residents visited the Carmelite Monastery in Sioux City during a special open house. A new chapel was dedicated during Mass on June 30.

Filet of shark was on the menu July 12 at the Amos House soup kitchen in Providence, thanks to the efforts of three fishermen who donated their prize catch from a shark fishing tournament.

50 years ago – 1966

Mississippi March – “March Against Fear” – was a turning point in the U.S. civil rights movement.

Nativity parish in Sioux City will begin having two Masses on Sunday July 3, at the Cinema Theater in Morningside. The Masses will be at 7:30 and 9 a.m.

Baltimore – Although there is no clear cut “Christian” position regarding the Vietnam conflict, Christians should be aware of the moral limitations on modern warfare, Lawrence Cardinal Shehan said here.

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