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Friends given by God in mercy and in love:
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"A social order is sound and healthy only when
family life is sound and healthy." - Msg. Johnson.
Social relationships begin in the homeg con-
tinue inthe school, and follow into the community
and society. As civilization grows more com-
plex, students are rendered longer and more
intensive training to prepare themselves for their
place in society. They are convinced of the facts:
that most of the material affecting the social
integrity of the home is pre sented under the guise
of so-calledculturegthat newspapers, magazines
books, the radio, the motion pictures and tele-
vision become media for the dissemination of
ideasg that a combat to be undertaken by the
parents in the home and by the teachers in the
school to promote legions of decencyg and, that
bodily health, economic well being, social virtue,
and cultural development can all help in the at-
tainment of moral perfection.
St. Andrew high competes with the standards
concerning social living by building up in the
studenta taste for what is both good and beauti-
ful as well as trueg by adapting tasks, informal
discussions, debates, panel discussions to lead
the student to set up better standards of judge-
ment for himself: by conducting interpretations
of new events in the field of art, music, and
literature to enable him to raise his own levelof
appreciation: and, by depicting the right or the
wrong of every widespread movement in human
history, judging it not by human but by Divine
With clear, decisive statements of Christian
social principles which cover practically all
aspects of modern life, our student leaves
"Alma Mater" into the wide world to have the
seeds, sown deep into his heart by the faculty,
sprout vigorously and successfully in his future
life to glow with standards of Christian morality
in the society.
Edward Fiut, the school president, and Joseph Oprzadek, the Senior class
president, seek the approval of the calendar activities for the year.
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