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

 - Class of 1954

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Perhaps music is your preference in art. Or, you might be a lover of fine paintings, or poetry. Your notions of art may be abstract, or the concrete arts of doing everyday iobs may well have the most appeal for you. There are three standards by which any art can be declared valid: If GOOD, it will reflect the goodness of the Divine Creator, if TRUE, it will be a sincere replica, a piece in God's pattern of creation. Then it can- not help meeting the third norm of being BEAUTIFUL. Shrine High's motto is "ADVENlAT REGNUM TUUM," "Thy Kingdom Come." The initial letters of that motto are A-R-T. We believe that the surest way to perfection in any one of the arts, and most particularly in the Art of Living, is to partake of God's life. By using Christ as our Model, we can paint the portrait of a soul that will some day result in an eternal masterpiece. LIVING IS EVER THE MOST MODERN ART The art of arts is the art of living-living as an individual person with total responsi- bility for that person's thoughts and deci- sions, and living in total cooperation with others to achieve the obiectives of society. It so happens that the human mind of an individual person is so constituted that it craves truth and desires goodness. Not any truth nor any one portion of truth. Not any partial goodness or segment of goodness. The human mind is satisfied with nothing except total truth and total goodness and their acquisition. Infinite Truth and Infinite Goodness-this is Godl The art of living is crystallized into: serving our fellowman for God's sakeg serving him 2 by kindness and with forbearance, serving him with thoughtfulness and patience, serv- ing him at the cost of one's personal comfort. With this concept in mind, one glimpses the dignity of service or of labor and evaluates the finite things we do for one another as trans-substantiated into the infinite exten- sion of serving God. Thus, the art of arts is the art of living with the proper obiective in mind. Could we succeed in persuading a sufficient number of persons to so live, then, and only then, will be realized the fulfillment of the prayer expressed by Christ when He said, "Adveniat Regnum tuum" - "Thy Kingdom come."

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The Good .... The True ...... The Beautiful One of the striking developments in con- temporary art is the mobile design. A tal- ented artist, using his knack and know-how, can blend contrasting elements into a har- monious, well-balanced whole. The master of living can likewise take all of the little commonplaces which make up an ordinary day, pleasant or unpleasant, and transform them successfully. This requires a knack which is rooted in faith, and a know-how that is supported by grace. The secret lies not in great undertakings but in perfection in little things. "The Little Way" of St. Therese is familiar to each student at Shrine. Her Way proved the contention that "genius consists in an infinite capacity for taking pains." TABLE OF CONTENTS .....-..-..-.....-..---.--...-........Q--........-.-ss..---.......--.-.. In making his charcoal sketch, "Art" lays the foundation for a finely polished piece of work-the practice of living for God at Shrine. FACULTY . . . CO-CURRICULARS . . . SPORTS ..-.-....-.of-.1-s.........---U..-.....-...-...-..-..........---..-. As a result of Art's early planning, we are able to detect evidences of the finished pro- duct. Training in the events that will color our future is the obiective. ASSEMBLIES . . . UNDERCLASSMEN . . . CAREERS --.........--...--...-...........-..Q-...........-..-.......-....-.... Herein lies a question for philosophers but Art, with typical penetration, leads us direct- ly to the core of the matter. The completion of our artistic endeavor is but the first step- ping stone on the path which ends at the throne of Christ the King, Infinite Goodness, Truth, and Beauty. .. pp. 8-39 pp. 40-55 pp. so-104 DRAMATICS . . . COMMERCIAL . . . GRADUATES . . . ADS

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