Shrine of the Little Flower High School - Theresian Yearbook (Royal Oak, MI)

 - Class of 1952

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ey .feud U4 in Rev. Thomas F. Rodgers, C.S.Sp. It was in 1950 that Father Rodgers ac- cepted his post as an assistant at the Shrine. As a member of the Holy Ghost Fathers of Wasliingttmn, D. C., most of Fathers priestly life has been spent far from his native Philadelphia, in the various mis- sions conducted by his congregation here and in Africa. Father is director of the Sodality and is famous for his wit. Rev. Jerome L. Krieg After serving 27 months as an Army chaplain, Father Krieg arrived at tht Shrine in 1946. Father gives senior so ciology instruction, is moderator of th. altar boys, athletic director, and acting superintendent of the high school. Father is a diocesan priest and a native Detroiter. Rev. Adrian Doherty, M.S.Ss.T. Father Adrian claims jersey City, New jersey, as his home. After four years in the naval reserve, Father en- tered the Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity of Silver Springs, Maryland, whose principal work is conducted among the poor and neg- lected of the South. He acts as spirit- ual moderator for the Shrine choirs. Rev. Leonard Foley, O.F.M. Father Leonard, of the Franciscan Fathers of St. john Baptist Province, came to the Shrine in January, 1952, from Cincinnati, Ohio, where he had been teaching English for eleven Y93l'5 in the order's minor seminary. Father is a native of Lafayette, Indiana.-Hfld his brown habit has become 3 familial' sight in the halls of the high school where he teaches religion. Rev. Richard M. Haney Detroit- born and diocesan - ordained Father Haney was named first assistant at the Shrine in 1950. Father has charge of the grade school, edits the parish week- ly, The Shrine Herald, and gives religious instruction to the sophomores in the high school. Before coming here, Father was engaged in parochial work in numerous parishes throughout the archdiocese. l

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REV CHARMS L COUGHLIN And afler my deulb I uzll le! fall u .vbouer of roses Our patroness St Therese of Llsieux meant these words We who attend Shrine High School haye proof of the particular graces she has showered on those who are members of the first church in the world to hawe been dedicated to her That such a signal honor is ours is the result of the devotion and a monu ment to the zeal of its pastor and our friend Father Charles E Coughlin During our school years Father has focused our minds and hearts on Therese burned in her so strongly In some small measure of appreciation and gratitude me graduates of 1952 dedicate this yolume to you Father Wfe hope that it will tell you how we have tried to use the ads antages which you have given us in both the material and spiritual beauty which surrounds us We hope further that we may live up to the high ideals you haye always held out to us whom you hawe often so generously styled the best boys and girls in the world ,, I I. r H 9 ' 5 ' l 5. . y . . , 1 ' - I , , I . . and has attempted to enkindle in us that flaming Light of Love for God which f ' f ' , , , I- , . U . ,' , s , 1- V ' ' sr 9 4 '



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lie fallw of ight Sister Marie Clare Principal Sister Constantia Sister Mary Noreen Sister Mary Edith Sister Eugene f Richard Daugherty Mr. Daugherty spent two years with the Navy during the last war and com- pleted his college course at john Car- roll Universit'y. Aside from time given to the preparation of his advanced math classes, this Akron, Ohio native coaches the basketball team and also acts as assistant football coach. joan E. Czarney The girls' physical education direc- tor hails from Lorain, Ohio, and is :t Marygrove graduate. Her work in the gymnasium is complemented by- her classroom activity which is composed of classes in plane geometry and Eng- lish. Sid lerd of Charity Sister Marie Concepta Sister Rose Eleanor Sister Maria Philomena Sister Henry Miriam Sister Mary Eulalie Sister Marie N orberta Mrs. Frances S. Keenan Our well-stocked library shelves are fortunate in being cared for by the tiny but capable Mrs. Keenan. For- merly a teacher in the Detroit public schools, she often revives her former profession by "filling in" for an ab- sent Sister. She has traveled exten- sively in Europe and is a raduate of the College of the Sacres Heart in Cincinnati. Her motto: "Every staff member and every child a steady cus- tomer." james H. Dailer Since his arrival here two years ago, Mr. Dailer has taken the Shrine Knights under his wing as head coach and physical education instructor. Michigan is a new home for this Wheeling, West Virginia, Army -vet- eran who points with pride to Notre Dame as his Alma Mater. Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Margaret Thomas Mary David John Francis Margaret Mary Clarice

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