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The Love Which Moves the
ADDRESSING Crusaders at First Friday Mass, Reverend
Anthony McLaughlin challenges them to uphold Christian
ethics every day for the rest of their lives.
To each individual person Religion has a unique meaning
but its ultimate purpose is to instruct all souls in the
knowledge of God. This goal is achieved not only through
the religion classes, but also through the Liturgy of the
Church which plays an important role in the shaping of
As a result of the Second Vatican Council the Liturgy
was revised in an effort to bring the Church closer to
the laity. This year at Morris Catholic, through the
efforts of the Reverend Ronald Amandolare, chairman
of the Religion department, the Folk Mass in the audi-
torium has been introduced to replace the traditional
Mass formerly celebrated each morning in the Chapel
of Saint Bernadette.
Using electric guitars and tambourines, designated
students provide accompaniment for the Psalms sung by
the congregation. These melodies, adapted from con-
temporary music, are selected to fit the pace of modern
youth. Proof that this change has been widely accepted
by the student body lies in the fact that attendance at
daily Mass is as much as eight times greater than
previously. Further evidence is shown in that the majority
of the students continue to attend First Friday Mass
although it is no longer obligatory.
Some students strive for deeper spiritual involvement
by membership in the Sodality of the Blessed Virgin
Mary. They dedicate themselves not only to their personal
improvement but also to helping others by means of
apostolic projects like the collection of books for soldiers
in Viet Nam and Appalachia.
Religion studies aim at involvement in God, Church,
and country for a better society.
REFLECTION on a day's activities brings William Sutton to MC's chapel.
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Teaching Stirs Jo
DIRECTING is not all hard worklfReverend Anthony McLoughlin
smiles, observing the success of his work and of a job well done.
ONE of the many different moods of Mr. David Whalen is displayed
in his always unpredictable U.S. History II class.
IN an effort to keep convent grounds colorful,
Sister M. Helen Joseph waters flowers while Laura
Brill pulls out a wild weed.
in Creative Spirit
To build upon and enrich the God-given talents inherent
in the student body is the task which the administration
of Morris Catholic has taken upon itself.
The faculty works on the premise that the talents of
the students are developing and each teacher works
towards the goal of the student body reaching the height
of development. This entails an overall involvement of
students with faculty. Students and teachers can only
embark on their commitment with an open mind and an
open heart. They must learn to give as well as to receive.
Giving and receiving is exemplified by MC's faculty-
student relationships. Each priest, sister and lay teacher
is a necessary element in the spirit of giving: the giving
of their time, their energy and finally the giving of
As a result of their generosity, the faculty receives the
tremendous satisfaction of seeing their students grow
in wisdom and in grace. The student likewise gives of
his cooperation and respect so that he may reap the
benefits of his instructor's wisdom.
SOMETIMES a change of scenery can revitalize the spirit. Sister
M. Joan ofArc views MC'S campus from her oilice window.
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un and the Gther Stars
REALISTICALLY showing Christ as the center of their
lives, students worship at the newly introduced Folk Mass.
DETERMINED to the end is Reverend Edward A.
Kearns as he stresses the idea of salvation.
"THIS is my bodyf, holds the crux of the Catholic
faith and is offered by many at daily Mass.
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