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Reverend Mother Gonzaga, OSF., Ph. D.
M ER M. Gonzaga, a native Buffalonian, attended the elementary and secondary
school at Sacred Heart Academy. She holds an A.B. and A.M. from Canisius College
and a Ph.D. with a major in Physics from the Catholic University of America, Wash-
In the early years of her religious life, she was a member of the faculty at Sacred
Heart Academy and later became the Dean of the Community s Training School for
Teachers. In 1947, she was an active force in founding Rosary Hill College which
opened in 1948. She became the first dean of the College. In the summer o f ,
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the Board of Trustees of the College.
Mother Gonzaga is a profound and original thinker. She planned the fundamental
aims and the curriculum of the college, basing them on the Franciscan ideal as ex-
ressed by St. Bonaventure. She wrote the first catalog, chose the motto, "Veritatem
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Sincere, impartial, and understanding, Mother Gonzaga's outstanding character-
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founding of the College, and her secretary, Sister M.
Alicia, who bore the practical burden of procuring
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Tmz theme which we have chosen
for our yearbook represents, to us,
the ideals toward which we have
striven during our four years at
Rosary Hill College. Perfection
in doing, craftsmanship, and the
never-ending search or divine
truth, wisdom,--these have been
the daily objects of our quest.
We realize that we must continue
to seek and to do-onl in this
way can we fulfill our destiny as
Representing this theme in sym-
bolistic drawings, the hand ex-
tended from a cloud signifies di-
vine wisdom. Rays of this wisdom
come down upon other symbols
re resenting the various crafts in
which we have worked. Thus we
endeavor to show that our entire
college career has been permeated
by the dualistic goal of action
coupled with contemplation.
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