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A Message from the Faculty
With the attention of the world focused on the Ecumenical Council to be held early in the 1960's, the theme of your yearbook seems to be particularly appropriate. In an action which expresses his deep personal concern for all the world, our Holy Father, Pope John XXIII has given us a forceful reminder that we can hope for unity only as a result of charity.
The realization of your theme, therefore, will entail the personal response of each one of you to the love of Christ, and the diffusion of this love throughout that segment of society in which you ire intended to be an influence.
SISTER CONSTANCE MARIE. M.A. Catholic University of America Principal
SISTER MARY STEPHEN. M.A. University of Notre Dame Assistant Principal English
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The pattern of our education is comprised of the imparting and assimilation of truth; truth through knowledge for our material and physical development, and truth through wisdom for the growth of the soul. The ideals and ideas presented to us, correlating the growth of the whole person, are those expedient for the fulfillment of our vocation as Christian women in our modernistic, materialistic environment.
We realize that in this time of formation and development, in order to foster in our lives the attitudes and ideals of young Christian women, we must put into practice in our lives qualities emanating from Mary and the virtues we admire in her, applying them while standing firm against our trials in all the situations we find ourselves facing. Towards the fulfillment of our role of exemplifying Catholic ideals, may we reproduce Mary’s true detachment of self and deep humility, and in our development of purity and prudence may we devoid ourselves of envy, criticism, and suspicion, reflecting instead, Christian joy, fraternal charity, and devout love. When these united virtues animate the entirety of our lives, the treasure, the gem we possess to offer to the world, is a living, vital force; it is a perfect resemblance of The Ideal Woman, and a model of the true spirit of Catholic life.
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THE REVEREND JOSEPH BAGLIO Senior Religion
THE REVEREND ROBERT CASSADY Junior Religion
THE REVEREND JOHN CLAY Sophomore Religion
THE REVEREND PAUL DUDLEY Freshman Religion
THE REVEREND LEO DOLAN Junior Religion
THE REVEREND GERALD KENNEY Freshman Religion
THE REVEREND HARRY TOVVEY Junior Religion
SISTER AGNES GONZAGA, B.A.
College of Saint Catherine Religion
SISTER ANGELA THERESE, M.S. University of Minnesota Home Economics
SISTER ANN THOMASINE, M.S.
SISTER ANSELM. B.A.
College of Saint Catherine Study
SISTER AVILA, B.S. in L.S.
College of Saint Catherine Library
SISTER BENJAMIN, B.A.
College of Saint Catherine History, Religion
SISTER ELIZABETH LOUISE. B.A. College of Saint Catherine Commcrical
SISTER EVANGELITA, M.A. University of Minnesota Religion
SISTER FRANCIS JOSEPH, B.A.
College of Saint Catherine
SISTER HELEN DOLORES, M.A. University of Minnesota Religion, English
SISTER IRENAEUS, B.A.
College of Saint Gatherin'
SISTER JEAN PATRICE, B.A. College of Saint Catherine Religion, Journalism
SISTER JOHN MARY, B.A. College of Saint Catherine Religion, Mathematics
SISTER LOUTS PHILIPPE, B.A. College of Saint Catherine French
SISTER MARIA CLARE Assistant Bookkeeper
SISTER MARY ALEXIS, B.S. College of Saint Catherine Religion
SISTER MARY ALOYSIUS, M.A. University of Chicago Registrar, Mathematics
SISTER MARY HUGO, M.S. University of Chicago Mathematics, German
SISTER MARY JAMES, B.A. College of Saint Catherine Book Store Supervisor
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