Morris Catholic High School - Shield Yearbook (Denville, NJ)

 - Class of 1967

Page 10 of 218

 

Morris Catholic High School - Shield Yearbook (Denville, NJ) online yearbook collection, 1967 Edition, Page 10 of 218
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O Q l First Ten Years Evmee Development IT was a long time before the students at M.C. ate here. CORNERSTONE ceremonies were celebrated by Most Rev. James McNulty and Rev. Louis Gallo a decade ago at M.C. IN the past decade, the cornerstone has symbolized stability of Crusader society. 6 l

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SENIOR door awaits the arrival of the Class of '67, Unique Activit Deeply intertwined in Morris Catholic's student life is the campus. It sets the atmosphere for all stu- dent goals and activities. The most important of these goals is religion whose atmosphere is typified by the statue of the Blessed Lady which greets all M.C. students as they approach Lourdes Drive. In the fall, interest turns to Sullivan Field where Crusaders clash in resounding battles and the great gridiron sport comes to the fore. Spectator spirit is heightened throughout the season by pep rallies, one of the students' means of showing their support for their team. This support does not go unrewarded when returning Crusaders are greeted by the sight of their blue victory fiag fiying at full mast. With the approach of winter, Crusaders move in- doors and meet their adversaries on the basketball court and the wrestling mats. Anxious Crusaders once again pack the stands to cheer their team on to victory. The first intimation of spring comes, not with the first green leaves on the trees, but with the Cru- saders' return to the "great outdoors" via the base- ball diamond. Spring is an active season and the campus sets the background for all the extra- curricular activities. One of the traditional activities sponsored by the Student Council Association is the annual school picnic in which the football field is transformed into a fair ground. This is a day for skateboard contests down the driveway, three-legged races, and softball. All this belongs to Morris Catholic's campus which plays an important part in all activities. The cool surrounding woods form a backdrop for all the school happenings. REFLECTING atmosphere, the campus offers refuge for students



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and Progress What is now known as Morris Catholic High School was oilicially brought into existence September 17, 1957, by the Most Reverend James A. McNulty, Bishop of Paterson. The senior class desires to see in their 1967 Shield a commemoration of the tenth anniversary of their Alma Mater, even though the official celebration will be deferred until September 1967. In the past decade Morris Catholic has had three Directors and principals. The lirst director was the Reverend Louis J. Gallog the second the Reverend John A. Sullivan. His successor is the Rev- erend Anthony McLoughlin, the present director. Sister M. Arlene, Sister M. Francine and Sister M. Joan of Arc, Sisters of Christian Charity, are the principals who planned the curriculum and the co-curricular activities for the student body that has increased to the present enrollment of six hundred and thirty boys and girls. Now Morris Catholic is looking forward to the new extension planned by the Most Reverend Lawrence B. Casey, Bishop of Paterson. Facilities will be much more ample, library and science labs will be extended, and classrooms will be added. In the ensuing ten years everyone hopes that Morris Catholic will still be saluted for its winning ways and giving heart. PRESENT at the dedication were Reverend Mother M. Augustllde and Reverend Louis Gallo, first director of Morris Catholic High School. UNDER construction Morris Catholic's gymnasium lies in waiting for the forthcoming arrival of future inhabitants. 7

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