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Thursday, September 23, 2010

Another "Academy" Graduate's Success Story!

Well, Academicians -- as you recall -- I gather internet oddities that have to do with both Catholicism (the real world) and Star Wars (make-believe), here's one that I just had to bring them to your attention. It is the perfect union of both!I stumbled upon this July 2nd, 2010 post on our neighboring Catholic blog, The Orate Fratres.
I knew this youngling when he attended the "Academy" - nice kid, but never put down that light-saber.
But that was then. Now you can see the power of the Christ, with His ability to convert hearts and save souls!  Impressive ... very impressive. And you are a Jedi yet: a Catholic Jedi!

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Then: 10-year-old Darth Vader, William Holtzinger…
Now: Fr. William Holtzinger, celebrating 10-year-anniversary as a Roman Catholic Priest…
Only a Mother saves pics such as these for that appropriate moment… “I have been saving these photos for just the right time! Ten years old….and ten years a priest!”
Excellent.
Commenting here on his previous alias Fr. Bill (A.K.A Darth Vader) said, “Hah! Those were the days. Let us just remember that Darth Vader ultimately converted to the light side of he force! Okay I’m totally busted!”  

As proof of Mr. Vader’s conversion he just today changed Mass schedules. Bringing the Light of Sunday Mass once-again back to St. Patrick of the Forest Catholic Church in Cave Junction, Oregon…

Congratulations Fr. Bill on this your anniversary to the priesthood… And, May the force be with us all!
Click here for Fr. Bill Holtzinger’s Facebook page
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Congratulations,
Father Bill, 
from the "Faculty" and
all of our Academicians!

The Assistant Headmaster

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Men of The Catholic Jedi Academy are also Men Of Saint Joseph!
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