Second secular university to begin work on dorms for Catholic students

MELBOURNE, Fla. -- Catholic students at one secular university in Florida soon will have a dormitory all their own. A ceremonial groundbreaking was held last month for Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Student Residence at Florida Institute of Technology, the result of collaboration among Bishop John G. Noonan of Orlando, Fla., Florida Institute of Technology president Anthony J. Catanese, Newman Student Housing Fund president Matt Zerrusen and Salvatorian Father Douglas Bailey, chaplain of Catholic campus ministry at the school.

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