Religion: Crowned Dominican

St. Josephs in Sullivan County, N. Y. is a bosky, 2,000-acre camp, one of the largest of its kind in the U. S., where 1,200 poor Roman Catholic boys and girls from the New York Archdiocese spend their summers, where Dominican nuns study and where Patrick Joseph Cardinal Hayes, well-beloved Archbishop of New York, takes his summer ease. George MacDonald, rich Catholic layman, papal marquis, and friend of the Cardinal, gave St. Josephs a $5.000 pavilion on Lake St. Dominic. In that pavilion last week, Marquis MacDonald, Cardinal Hayes, three bishops, many a monsignor, priest and nun did honor to...

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