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I appreciated the author's detailed description of the collection and the ways in which it was put together by Rev. The materials will serve as a remarkable resource for historians interested in the sacramental, devotional, spiritual and social aspects of Catholic life in the pre-Vatican II era.The efforts to assemble this impres- sive collection may be seen as part of a "renaissance" in Catholic record-keep- ing.Knowledge, interest, diligence, planning, and courtesy are needed. Many great saints of the Church and Pope John Paul II have taught that true devotion to the Mother of God always leads to Jesus Christ.We archivists will continue to strive for good results. PATKUS '86 Boston Editor's note: The writer is archivist for the Archdiocese of Boston. While devotions such as the veneration of the Blessed Virgin Mary are far from obsolete, they have decreased substantially since the Second Vatican Council.The article states: "then there are the artifacts . But I think that he somehow left out the most inter- esting behind-the-scenes story about the "Mod Mess" of 1970-71.Two ingenious classics students — Tom Gibbons ['72] and Mike Hackett ['72]— with the blessing of "Darth Vader" — as [Dean of Students] Fr.

One important development of the "renaissance" has been greater inter-in- stitutional cooperation. scapu- lars." This relegates to a bygone era devo- tional practices which are alive and grow- ing today.

Later she told us that she lived by a rule taught her by "an old nun I once had at BC, who told me, 'Don't let them see you smile till Christmas.' I would like your kids to think I'm an SOB," she smiled sweetly, "or at least not learn other- wise till Christmas." Mrs. is nothing of the sort, of course, and it doesn't take the kids till Christmas to find out.

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She doesn't ask advanced students to tutor the others. wea- rily, "that if I have 18 all-' A' kids I What if the children can't find the assigned reading books? "They're grown up, and it's their problem, " replied Mrs. My son felt it, and my daughter already does — benefiting, no doubt from her big brother's com- forting view that Mrs.

She teaches every subject — reading, mathematics, science, social studies, English — every day. I won't be doing my job if I can be comprehended equally by every kid at any level." Another parent asked how she'd found the children's math skills, and Mrs. opined, "As far as math skills go, I'm not as disappointed this year as in the past" — seemingly (but only seem- ingly, believe me) unaware that seated before her were parents (me, for ex- ample) of the young Euclids who in previous years had learned their square roots at her knee. It doesn't take long before the kids come to feel this as a species of rare and principled devotion, which is what it is.

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