From left, Christie Kuzma, 17, Katey McCauley, 17, and Clare Myers, 17, all seniors at St. John Neuman High School in Naples, relax in the shade after a morning prayer service with faculty, staff and students surrounding the school's new Celtic cross on Friday, August 20, 2010. The 25-foot, powder-coated aluminum cross will serve as the symbolic center of the school, says Principal Denny Denison. Tristan Spinski/StaffFrom left, Christie Kuzma, 17, Katey McCauley, 17, and Clare Myers, 17, all seniors at St. John Neumann High School in Naples, relax in the shade after a morning prayer service with faculty, staff and students surrounding the school's new Celtic cross on Friday, August 20, 2010. The 25-foot, powder-coated aluminum cross will serve as the symbolic center of the school, says Principal Denny Denison. Tristan Spinski/Staff

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From left, Christie Kuzma, 17, Katey McCauley, 17, and Clare Myers, 17, all seniors at St. John Neuman High School in Naples, relax in the shade after a morning prayer service with faculty, staff and students surrounding the school's new Celtic cross on Friday, August 20, 2010. The 25-foot, powder-coated aluminum cross will serve as the symbolic center of the school, says Principal Denny Denison. Tristan Spinski/StaffFrom left, Christie Kuzma, 17, Katey McCauley, 17, and Clare Myers, 17, all seniors at St. John Neumann High School in Naples, relax in the shade after a morning prayer service with faculty, staff and students surrounding the school's new Celtic cross on Friday, August 20, 2010. The 25-foot, powder-coated aluminum cross will serve as the symbolic center of the school, says Principal Denny Denison. Tristan Spinski/Staff

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