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Roman Catholic Church / Seminarians #387807

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 09, 1999
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Report introduced.

(Baltimore, Maryland: Stephanie Lambidakis) Surging enrollments at Catholic seminaries examined; scenes shown from Baltimore, Maryland. [Saint Mary's Seminary Reverend Robert LEAVITT - says this may be a major turning point.] [Future seminarian Sylvester KIM - comments on joining.] Active recruiting by the church noted. [Director of vocations Reverend Jim BARKER - says someone has to do the inviting.] [Archdiocese of Baltimore Cardinal William KEELER - talks about the new generation of Catholics.] [Seminarian Reverend Timothy FELL - says he needs the church.]

Lambidakis, Stephanie;
Mitchell, Russ

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