Central Catholic High School - Centripetal Yearbook (Toledo, OH)

 - Class of 1963

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Religion—life’s basie foundation Central, in her aim to develop the whole man offers to the student the subject on which life’s foundation is based. As he delves into the reason for man’s existence, the means by which he can work out his Christian existence and obtain his appointed goal, the student of Religion perceives and undertakes the question “Whither goest Thou.” The first three years are devoted to an over-all study of the fundamental truths of our Religion. The senior year prepares the students for serious dating and marriage. Also a study of apologetics, which is a reasoned explanation of the defense of the case of the Church, is stressed to help the students explain any questions which they may en¬ counter later on in life. Instead of the final exam taken by the students in Religion, the seniors must take the Bishop’s Religion Exam. This exam tests the knowledge the students have acquired throughout their years of study in Religion. Material from the basic foundation of the subject to the more complex studies of the senior year are included in this two-hour exam. At the commencement exercises the boy and girl ranking the highest in this test are rewarded for their efforts by receiving the Bishop’s Cross. Besides the instruction received in the Religion classes. Mass, Holy Communion, Sta¬ tions, First Friday Devotions, Benediction, an annual Retreat, a May Convocation, and a Senior Day of Recollection are made avail¬ able to the students in order to instill good sound principles into their everyday lives. Left to right: S. Komasinski, K. Metzger, E. Matuszek, S. Dombrowski, M. Helmier. Page 69

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Girls attend lecture in auditorium. Fr. Reginald leads boys in Stations of the Cross. Rev. Dennis J. Geaney Rev. Edward J. Kersten Retreat—the spiritual pause During the last week in January, after the strenuous mid-term exams, Central students are given the opportunity to take an over-all look at their spiritual progress through¬ out the year. This year Rev. Edward J. Kersten and Rev. Dennis J. Geaney, two Augustinian priests, conducted the retreat held from January 30 to February 1. Father Kersten, a native of Cicero, Indiana, studied at Villanova University and Augustinian College. After his ordination in 1956, he taught at his alma mater, St. Rita, in Chicago. He is now assigned to parish mission and student retreats, throughout the country. Father Geaney, a former Bostonian, has degrees from both Villanova University and the Catholic University of America. Although Father spent sixteen years teaching in boys’ high schools and giving various retreats, he took over this year the task as the girls’ retreat master. Students attended three conferences a day and Mass was offered in the auditorium. During their respective lunch periods, the boys and girls participated in Stations of the Cross and Benediction. Confessions were heard continuously and spiritual readings were conducted in the conference rooms. These three days of prayer, meditation, and instruction certainly benefitted each and every student not only for this past year but for their future life. Page 68



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Left to right: M. Rabbit, I. Bettinger, C. Rae, M. Pluto, P. Moore. J. Chmielowicz English—the writer’s helpmate A basic knowledge of the English language and the ability to use it is the foundation of a student’s education. Here at Central the students receive the best education possible because of our fine English Department. Under the direction of the English instructors, this Department teaches many different phases of the subject. Since English is a three-year required subject, there are a variety of courses offered. The first two years stress the basic fundamentals of both grammar and literature. American literature and a Junior Essay are required by all third year students along with English grammar. The fourth year offers courses in English Literature, composition, public speaking, and journalism. The latter course gives students the opportunity to be on the Centric (school paper) or the Centripetal (yearbook) staff. i Page 70

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