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Page 14 text:
A rosary a day will keep the sin
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There is one harp that any hand can play,
And from its strings what harmonies arise!
There is one song that any mouth can say'-
A song that lingers when all singing diesg
When on their beads our lVlother's children pray,
Immortal music charms the grateful skies.
Junior students in Ethics
class realize that no education
is complete without the devel-
opment of character: that char-
acter in the best sense cannot
be developed without faith in
Godgthat Ethics, devoid of re-
ligion, offers no unconditional,
catagorical imperatives for
moral conduct under all the
changing circumstances of hu-
man lifeg that religion alone
can perform this function. It
is capable of doing it because
God is everywhere, sees all
things, metes out rewards and
punishments with infallible ac
and war away, - a thought precious to
every student at St. Andrew High - a
fulfillment of the plea made by the
Blessed Virgin of Fatima. The fervor
with which the rosary is recited by all
Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, and
Freshmen is due to the untiring zeal of
a special aid to the helpless groups in
the society, living under the iron hand
of the rulers: the church suffering,the
persecuted faithful, the starving popu-
lation across the seas, the Godless
fighting nations, the leaders of moral
corruption, and finally the Holy Souls in
At Saint Andrew High we are united
at all these groups daily through Mary's
rosary chain. Let us keep that sacred
friendship glowing in Her honor.
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""" Lillian Szelag
holds attention of the
Church history stu-
dents, unfolding the
meaning of the sym-
bols inthe Christmas
Society rests upon the
family. Since the family is
founded by marriage and
parenthood, the parental
authority is discussed by
Rev. B. Rembelski in soci-
ology class. The inquisitive
Seniors shower Father with
questions as he leaves the
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Something more than mere learning is required. That is religion.
For it is religion which sensitizes the conscience to the moral law, and
strengthens the will to observe it, by putting our minds in life-giving
communion with the Wellspring of divine power and divine strength.
God is the answer to the cry of every human soul for help. Without Him
our learning is but dust and ashes.
"Reason and experience, both forbid us to expect that national
morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principle."
- George Washington
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Friends given by God in mercy and in love:
My counsellors, my comforters, and my guides:
My Joy 1n grlef my second bhss 1n joy
Companlons of my young des1res ln doubt
My oracles my wlngs 1n hlgh pursult
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conomlc Well Being
Give to the world the
best you have and the best
will come back 10 youu,
For the mere fact that a school gwes some rel1g1ous mstructlon does
not brmg lt 1nto accord Wlth the r1ghts oi the Church and of the Chrlstlan
fam1ly or make lt a fmt place for Cathollc students To be thxs It IS nec
essary that all the teach1ng and the whole organlzatmn of the school and
1ts TEACHERS syllabus and text books ln every branch be regulated by
the Chr1st1an sp1r1t under the d1rect1on and maternal superv1s1on of the
Church so that relxg1on may be 1n very truth the foundatlon and crown
of the youth s ent1re tra1n1ng
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