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The Loyola Club, a religious organization for Catholic students of the college. was organized in 1916 in response to a suggestion by Mr. Neale, who had recently come from the State Teachers College at Kearney. Nebraska, where a similar organization was one of the influential clubs on the campus.
Generally such groups in colleges are called "Newman Clubs" in honor of the great ( ardinal Newman, but the local one adopted the name "Loyola" at the request of President Sims, during whose administration it had its beginning.
Miss Eleanor Flanagan, art instructor of S. P. N. acted as faculty advisor for "Loyola during its early years and much of its success is due to the firm foundation laid at this time by her untiring efforts.
The primary aim of Loyola is to provide an opportunity for those who desire it to get together in order to devote a definite and regular period as a college group to the consideration of the spiritual and to furnish a time and place for discussion of religious questions.
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Secondarily "Loyola" offers a chance for social life among the members of the group, a forum for developing the language arts and student direction of group activities, as well as various occasions for broadening the acquaintance ship of those in the club with young people outside through various projects sponsored by the Catholic churches in the city and surrounding neighborhoods
Several functions have become almost traditional in the annual program of “Loyola" The dancing party at the beginning of the school year sponsored by the local Knights of Columbus is always welcomed by the students. At Christmas we find a real satisfaction in preparing the Christmas box for the orphan boys at St. Clara's Orphanage at Polonia. The activities of the year arc generally closed with a picnic.
The constitution of the Loyola Club provides that the spiritual director shall be the pastor of St. Stephen's Church. Father W. J. Rice was the first spiritual advisor: Father J. C. Hogan succeeded him: Father George Casey has acted in this capacity ever since he came to Stevens Point. Other priests have been most liberal in devoting time and energy to the activities of the club, especially Father Joseph Shacffer of Custer. Father De Lloyd Krembs of Lanark. Father Joseph Kundinger. formerly of Wisconsin Rapids and Father Lambert Scanlan. formerly assistant to Father Casey.
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