as Biblical examples, to explain CATHOLIC Celebrant for the Sunday Mass at St. Patricks Church, was the Pastor, Fr. Walter. Theme: Belonging to a crucified Lird inevitably involves us in suffering also. Scripture readings were taken from the book of the prophet Isaiah; the letter of Paul to the Galatians; and the holy gospel according to Luke. The message in the readings were further explained by Father in his homily. Recessional hymn was "Holy God, We Praise Thy Name." Mass on Sunday, July 12, will begin at the usual time.. 4:00 p.m. what it means to keep separate from the world. Romans 13:1,5 was examined as to being in subjection to the superior authorities. The paying of taxes is supported in Mark 12. Other areas of political involvement United Methodist Church, had a were discussed. Morals and the chance to get further acquainted were scripturally supwith their new Pastor, Andy ministry Kwon, at Worship Service on ported. Bible study using the Watch-towe- r, Sunday. His message to them was from the May 15 was titled, "Fight". Mabel Butler "The Quality of Your assisted as organist; Mable issue, Faith-TestNow." James 1:2,3 Fields as acolyte; and Allen was the theme text. Questions Evans as liturgist. The gospel answered included: 1) How is it reading was taken from Matthew that tests of our faith can be a 10:34-3cause for joy? 2) What are some with Dismissal Blessing tests that not be easily concluded the service, followed identified? may How can we bene3) by the closing hymn, "Hymn of fit by successfully enduring tests Ftomisc." of our faith? July 10, 1998 - The Eureka Reporter - Page Three Ragged Edge in print again After an absence of 23 years, "On the Ragged Edge: The Life and Times of Dudley Leavitt" by Juanita Brooks has been reprinted by the Utah State Historical Society. It can be purchased at the Societys Book and Gift Shop or local bookstores for J. WITNESSES The Bible discourse "Christian Separate-nes- s from tin World, Why Beneficial?" was presented by Rodney Cormier from the Salem congregation. He used modem examples such METHODIST The congregation of Eurekas as concentration camps, as well award-winnin- $18.95. Having migrated to Utah in 1850 as a young man of 20, Dudley Leavitt earned a niche in territorial history as a community builder, churchman, polygamous husband, missionary to the Indians, and farmer. He spent most of his time in southern Utah on the Santa Clara. Juanita Brooks (1898-198Toads avoid direct sunlight was Dudley Leavitt's grandand heat and are most active at ' She first won acclaim daughter. or on days. rainy night with her pathbreaking work, The Nearly half of the population Mountain Meadows Massacre, of the U.S. moved from the The first theater in the colooriginally published by Stanford home to another from 1985 to nies opened in Williamsburg, Va University Press in 1950 and 1989, according to a Census in 1716. still in print today. She authored Bureau report. ed 9. many other works, including biographies of John D. Lee, Jacob Hamblin, and Emma Lee, as well as her own memoir, Quicksand and Cactus. In turn, Mrs. Brooks was the subject of g an biography by Levi Peterson titled Juanita Brooks: Mormon Woman Historian in 1988. Termed a "minor classic" by Historical Society director Max Evans, On the Ragged Edge was published in 1973. Though out of print since 1978, demand for it has remained strong. Its reappearance is sure to delight a new generation of historians and anyone else who delights in a tale well told. 9) Lett lEYeedtoiroii MM AT&T Digital One Rate Services txitf Wlnlesi MmmIMi One Number to Call 3 73 CELL -- Current AT&T Wireless Customers ask for special second phone offer.