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The Indian Advocate
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Mr a lily Review Under the Protection of Mary, Queen of the Holy Rosary, St. Michael
and St. Itenedict.
Approied by our Regular Superiors.
TKKMN OF SHnsCKIITlON.
Single Copies 15c.
Fifteen or more Copies sent to one and same Address, each. . 75c,
Entered as Second-class Matter at Suited Heart, P. O. Ofclalvoma.
t. Eery Subscriber and lieitcf.tctnr will participate in all the merits prayers and good
works of the Ketrg'oitsof Sacred Heart A!ley.
2. A solemn High Mass is sung every First Friday of the mouth in Honor of the Sacred
Heart for the intentions of Suliscribers and Benefactors.
3. A Conventual Mass is offered every Firt Saturday of the mouth for our departed
lrricnd Subscribers and IScuctactors.
4. Every year, in the mouth of September two Solemn Masses are su for our Hcnc
fa( tors.ouc for the I,i ing and one for tbe DcatL
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Sacred Heart, Oklahoma, March and April J9J0.
In Scotland the Church continues to make wonderful
progress. Monsignor Fraser, in announcing the Pope's
interest and blessing at a meeting of the Catholic Truth
Society, said he had assured the Holy Father a short time
ago that the Scottish Catholics were organized and bring
ing Catholic claims before the minds of their fellow-countrymen.
Noble churches were rising all over the land,
schools and great seminaries, nurseries of the future priest
hood of Scotland. While a steady stream of converts were
returning to the faith of their fathers, Catholicity was per
meating Protestantism itself, and its doctrines were preach-