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Pastor Urges Lay Action [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

Pastor Urges Lay Action The Reverend Alfred C. Longley, pastor of St. Richard's parish in suburban Minneapolis, spoke at Newton on Monday, January twenty-seventh. Father Longley invited any Newtonite for whom it would be possible after her graduation to spend a year teaching in his parochial school and taking an active part in the parish life of St. Richard's. St. Richard's will provide food and lodging ("as befits a Christian") and traveling expenses. The appealing offer has some unusual aspects. Father Longley's model parish, "A Parish That Really Lives," as "America" lately termed it, is almost unique, and has received widespread attention and well merited praise. In St. Richard's Father Longley and his parishioners try to make the parish community function as a family. They achieve this organic unity through participation in the liturgy. Etymologically the liturgy means the "people's work." In actual fact it is the voice of the Mystical Body of Christ. By restoring many customs ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
OPERA CLUB TO PRESENT CZECH SATIRE [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

OPERA CLUB TO PRESENT CZECH SATIRE On Saturday evening, March 1, fathers and students of Newton will be entertained by the Opera Workshop production of "Comedy on the Bridge" by Bohuslav Martinu. This operatic satire on political intrigue, involving love and suspense, and permeated with the flavor of old Czech humor, will star Kate McCann as Popelka, Janet Chartier as Joshko, Anne Marie Walsh as the Brewer, Sue Collins as his wife, Lytka, and Sue Sughrue as the Schoolmaster. Also appearing in the cast are Mary Jane Mulvanity, Dean Maloney, and Paula Ajo. The production is under the able direction of Mrs. Maria Balling.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Limitations of Science [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

The Limitations of Science Now that the Explorer is circling the earth in the name of America and American science, the nation breathes easier. No doubt our earth satellite is making data available to scientists that will aid them in their probing of outer space. The information they glean from the travels of the Explorer is a preliminary to man's eventual conquest of space, which we may well see in our lifetime. As students in a liberal arts college, we also are explorers and there is knowledge available to us that science cannot discover. Through books we may search the spirit of man and learn to understand him more fully. We can know the "inner density of being" that science cannot reach. With this knowledge man can conquer himself. If he does not make this conquest humanity is at the mercy of its own scientific devices. We have a grave responsibility to use the time and the tools at our disposal, a duty to be sincere and relentless searchers.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
School Average Above Average [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

School Average Above Average Apathy, the bane of any college campus, is no longer characteristic of Newton! Particularly towards the end of last year, the terms antiintellectualism and student apathy became popular catchphrases which lost significance because of overuse. Students sitting in the smokers and the apple orchard heard the words so frequently that they soon attached no ignominy to their being called intellectually lazy. Perhaps it takes a lot of talking before doing. The end of this first semester marking period shows that 15% of the school received honors and 60% maintained an average of B— or above. Congratulations!

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

COMING EVENTS Feb. 19th, Fri. - Ash Wednesday; S. Landry's Concert Feb. 21st, Fri. - Completed Senior Essay submitted to Dean Feb. 22nd, Sat. - Glee Club to Fairfield for Joint Concert Feb. 23rd, Sunday - Feb. 25th - I.R.J. Week Feb. 27th, Tues. - International Relations Club; Symphony Rehearsal March Ist, Sat. - March 2nd - Father's Weekend March 4th, Tues. - General Catholic Action Meeting March sth, Wed. - Dramatic Club production March 6th, Thurs. - St. Thomas Aquinas Lecture (Attendance Required) March 11th, Tues. - Father Wynne's recital March 13th, Thurs. - Bible Lecture (Attendance Required) March 17th, Mon. - Evacuation Day - No Classes

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Anions Ourselves [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

Anions Ourselves During the Christmas holidays, Miss deVitry became Madame de Lacoste. M. deLacoste is completing work for his doctorate and they plan to return to France next Summer. On January 17, in the last step toward his doctorate, Mr. FitzGibbon went to Georgetown to defend his thesis. Having successfully passed the orals, he is now entitled 1o his Ph.D. Congratulations, Doctor! After Christmas, Susan Connolly, ox '61, entered the novitiate of the Iloly Cross Order at South Bend, Indiana. The Freshman class welcomes two new members: Joan Donohoe, of Chelmsford, Massachusetts has transferred from Immaculata College in Pennsylvania, and Ellen Mac Donald, New London, Connecticut, transferred from Emmanuel College. ENGAGEMENTS: Susie Kennedy, '58 to William Murphy of Woonsocket, R.I. Bill is now a senior at Holy Cross and they are planning a Fall wedding. Janet Chartier, '59, to Alec O'Hanloy, of Newport, R.I. Alec is a junior at Boston University Medical School. Evelyn Higgins, ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Lighter Side [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

The Lighter Side We are sorry, but we will not be able to endorse the petition for a twenty-eight hour day. We sympathize with you; in fact we could use a few more hours ourselves. We fear things would get worse instead of better. Morning would become afternoon, and afternoon night. The year would have to be longer to accommodate the extra hours. In no time at all the seasons would be backwards. Clocks and watches would have to be completely revised. The international ramifications would be dreadful. Russia would counter with an alternate plan for a twenty-seven or a twenty-nine hour day, claiming that extending the day was her idea in the first place. Once the rival bills got to the U.N. they would set the disarmament program, and the furthering of world peace in general, back ten years. Although we would like to support the movement, it looks to us as if the twenty-four hour day is here to stay. We are convinced that the twenty-four hour day, if used properly, allows time enough f...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958
Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
885 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

885 NEWTON COLLEGE OF THE SACKED HEART NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS Published six times a year by students of Newton College Meg Dealy '59, Editor-in-chief Augie Podolinsky '58, Associate Editor Pat Sweeney '59, Managing Editor Ann Clausmeyer '58, Business Manager Patty Peck '58, Reita Goecker '59, Circulation Managers Paoia Ajo '59, Cartoon Reporters: G. Keating '58, P. Curan '59, A. Cooke '59, N. Maslen '59, M. Capobianco '59, S. A. O'Connell '60, J. DiMenna '60, M. L. Dillon '61. Vol. VI February, 1958 No. 3

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Front Row Center [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

Front Row Center This month Boston's theatrical season included a short engagement of John Osborne's new play, starring Sir Lawrence Olivier. Sir Lawrence is excellent, but the play leaves much to be desired. The play unfolds in a seaside resort in the north of England during the Suez crisis in the fall of 1956. The plot revolves around the Rice family, who are awaiting the arrival of their son Mick, from the fighting in the Middle East. Sir Lawrence Olivier is cast as Archie Rice, the head of the family, who, attempting to follow in the footsteps of his father, Billy, a successful comedian now retired, has failed. He has always been just a seedy, second-hand music hall entertainer. After the death of his first wife, by whom he had a daughter, Jean, he married Phoebe, and has two sons, Mick and Frank. Jean, who works in London, has come up for the weekend after a row with her fiance, Graham. She learns that Archie's vaudeville show is about to collapse, and that he is planning to di...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958
Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

During Lent Mass at 5.30 P.M. so that everyone can go.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Freshman Reports On Summer School Abroad [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

Freshman Reports On Summer School Abroad Paris and the Sorbonne were home to Nancy Gain, '61, last summer. Nancy was graduated from Overbrook last June. In the summer, having won a French contest at Temple University, Pennsylvania, she was given the special privilege of being included in their tour to France. "Each summer," she explained, "Temple University sponsors a group of college students and post graduate students to study at the Sorbonne. I was very lucky to be included." They flew to Paris, where she studied French literature and civilization for Ave weeks at the Sorbonne, and lived in a house founded by an American woman for women students. It was located on the Boulevard St. Michele opposite the Luxembourg gardens, and not too far from the Sorbonne. The house was quite large, roomy enough to accommodate three hundred people, "but it was like living in an apartment, for we had no real contact with one another." Nancy took a live-week course. "Classes were from nine to twelv...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
MARIST SISTERS PREPARE AT NEWTON [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

MARIST SISTERS PREPARE AT NEWTON Among the new faces on the Newton campus in September were two that everyone noticed but no one knew much about. They were Sister Mary Godfrey and Sister Mary Concetta, Marist missionary Sisters. These Sisters are members of the freshman class, as are now two more Marist Sisters who joined them at the beginning of this term, Sister Mary de Lourdes and Sister Mary Shawnleen. All take required freshman courses: S.W.C., philosophy and theology, plus an elective. French, Spanish, Latin and music appreciation are their choices. All four Sisters are members of the Liturgical Club and choir, and Sister Mary Concetta was elected by the Freshmen to the post of Mission Representative from the class. The Sisters were sent to Newton by the superior at their Framingham house, to get the academic training that will enable them to teach in the Pacific mission areas after they graduate. All will major in education. Other courses they take here will give them backgro...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Students Win First Semester Honors [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

Students Win First Semester Honors Dean's Honor List Class of 1958 Evelyn Chiao Kate Glutting Barbara Welch Class of 1959 Paula Ajo Carmen Cassellas Judith Laird Stephanie Landry Maryjane Mulvanity Kathleen O'Shea Jeanne Schaeffner Sue Sughrue Patricia Sweeney Class of 1960 Sheila Marshall Class of 1961 Mary Lorretto Dillon Gretchen Eben Anita Hennessy Margaret Lawler Judith Volbrecht Dean's List Class of 1958 Judith Carey Mary Corbett Muriel Jo Englert Marjorie George Carol Healey Agnes Podolinsky Sheila Quinlan Joan Sextro Sandra Thompson Class of 1959 Marcia Capobianco Marie Doelger Mary Alice Gilmore Barbara Holters Kathleen Kingston Dolores Seeman Class of 1960 Alexandra Armstrong Mary Elizabeth Brusch Mary Carnes Eleanor Coppola Katherine Ellis Deborah Fitzgerald Martha Miele Janet Murphy Sally Ann O'Connell Joanne Stuart Class of 1961 Mary Gummere Anne Hollingsworth Sandra Irwin Mary Jane Keck Faith Quinlan Mary Beth Rice Marie Sturges

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Mr. Carello Recalls War Years [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

Mr. Carello Recalls War Years "It was like four years of my life gone to almost total waste," declared Mr. Nicola Carello, professor of Italian at Newton College of the Sacred Heart, speaking of the four years he spent as a prisoner of war during World War 11. Mr. Carello was a Second Lieutenant in the Italian army in World War 11. After much fighting in Greece, he emerged from the battle at Albania as one of three survivors in his regiment, and with wounds that required six months' hospitalization. After leaving the hospital, he put in for transfer to Africa where he was captured by the British and placed in an officers POW camp in Yol, Congravali, in India. Life in the POW camp was not according to the common American conception, which often confuses prisoner-of-war with Russian concentration camps. The rooms in the barracks housed six men, and could be decorated in any way the prisoners desired. At eight in the morning, all were obliged to line up in the yard outside. After roll ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Wyeth Picture Group Shown in Alumnae Lounge [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

Wyeth Picture Group Shown in Alumnae Lounge A rare privilege is being offered Newton faculty and students in a private showing of the paintings of Newell Convers Wyeth, America's foremost illustrator until his death in 1945, and brother of Newton's French Professor, Stimson Wyeth. The exhibit is being held in the Alumnae Lounge where each week for the next few weeks Professor Wyeth will display one original work of his artist brother. All the featured paintings are owned by Professor Wyeth and kept in his home in Needham. Last week's showing, "The Sailing of the Yellow Cog," taken from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The White Company is the only original illustration by N. C. Wyeth in his brother's possession. The current exhibit is "Port Clyde," a seascape view from the artist's summer home near Rockland, Maine. Future offerings include "View from Chaddes Ford," (the artist's winter home in Pennsylvania), and a portrait of Professor Wyeth in his college days. A major feature of Wyeth's w...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Education Department Adds New Courses, Techniques [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

Education Department Adds New Courses, Techniques What's new in Newton's education department? "For one thing, the numbers are new," said Miss Patricia Marsh, the head of the department. More girls at Newton are majoring in education or taking education courses every year. Fifty-nine are currently enrolled in the philosophy of education course, which Miss Marsh herself teaches. To meet the increasing and varied demands being placed upon the education department, new additions and improvements are being made. Last year saw the introduction of the case study method into the department. The senior education seminar is now for the second year using this method, which has proved effective in the study of real-life teaching situations New this year are a one-week period of observation, which Miss Marsh called, "a slight but stimulating experience," and a practice teaching program. Senior education majors observe classes for one week in the Waltham public schools, and then teach for a few ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Help Strengthen South America, Speaker Urges [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

Help Strengthen South America, Speaker Urges The deterioration of relations between the United States and Latin America was pointed out by Miss Milagros Brau, a candidate for her Ph.D. in Political Science at Georgetown. At the February 3rd meeting of the International Relations Club, Miss Brau spoke on the Latin American conflict, and strongly emphasized the lack of interest shown by America in the economic problems of Latin America. Our perimeter of defense is beyond the so-called Western Hemisphere; therefore, South America is a necessary ally against possible invasion. However, Miss Brau said that Latin America would gain nothing from an alliance with us since it does not have, as the United States does, any security interests in Europe that need protection. Miss Brau summed up her discussion by saying that with Russia offering to invest in Brazilian industry and with a strong undercurrent of Communism in many Latin countries, it would be wise for the United States to strengthen...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
CCD Begins Weekly Classes At Newton [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

CCD Begins Weekly Classes At Newton This semester a new course in the teaching of catechism to children is being offered at Newton. The course is open to education majors particularly, and to any other interested students. In her first lecture, Sister Mary Charles pointed out that the teaching of catechism to young children is an excellent way for Catholic youth to fulfill both their apostolic duty to spread the faith, and their duty to perform some sort of Catholic Action. The main goal of the teacherstudent, she said, is not only to get the children to memorize catechism questions but to give them an understanding of what they learn, an appreciation of their faith, and consequently, a desire to- practise it daily. Sister Charles enumerated various techniques to be used, especially in teaching children Bible stories. The teacher must go down to the level of the children. Dramatization is one of the essential elements. However the child must remember not only the story, but the dogm...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
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