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The Mitre V.1 N.4 [1941]

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Title

The Mitre V.1 N.4 [1941]

Description

Catholic themed publication

Subject

College student publication
Queens College (New York, N.Y.)
Religious clubs-Catholic

Creator

Queens College Newman Club

Source

StudentPublications.Box21

Publisher

Queens College

Date

[1941]

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Image

Language

English

Type

Text

Coverage

Queens College, {New York, N.Y.}

Text

Published by the Newman Club of Queens College.

The Staff:
Editor- Edward E. Kreitsek

Bob Mead
Mary Pellicane
James Blake
Kay Murphy
Muriel Froehlich
Marie Walsh
Bill Brooksbank
Richard Casey
Mary Whalen
Paul De Santis
Helen Raymantas
Margaret Twohig


Club Officers
President-Robert A. Mead
Vice-President-Genevieve Logan
Treasurer- William Kelso
Secretary- Margaret Twohig

Chaplin-Rev. William F. Kelly S.T.D.
Faculty Advisor-Prof. T. F. Cope Ph.D

NEW PANEL DISCUSSION CLUB TO MEET.

On Tuesday, April 8, at 3:00 P.M., in room A104 the first campus meeting of the Panel Discussion group will take place. The group of students who have inspired this meeting are concerned with the apathetic condition of the Newman Club concerning the vital problems that are constantly facing all students. The organizers of the group wish to stimulate and maintain an interested gathering that will be sufficiently concerned with the current problems to investigate and report the true facts.
At a preliminary meeting at the home of Dr. Meng the organizing group, consisting of Fr. William F. Kelly, Fr. Hammond, Dr. Meng, Dr. Hexter, Ruth Mullins, Grace O'Rouke, Jack Ritchie, Bob Mead, Margaret Twohig, Marguerite Bowman, Kay McGarvev, Bob Grace, and Edward Kreitsek decided that a form of Panel Discussion would be most productive in acting upon various political, social, economic, and prejudice problems that are to be examined. The group, sponsored by the Newman Club, is aware of, and adheres to the basic truths of Catholicism but wishes to extend its scope to include many topics upon which the Church has expressed no dogmatic position.
At the first meeting the question of "Intellectual Freedom within the Catholic Church" will be discussed. In the future, panel groups shall be organized so that the concentrated interests may work together. Suggested for succeeding meetings are topics like: "Civil Liberties", "The Race Problem", "The Church and Child Labor", "Rights of the Workers", and many other issues of vital importance and universal concern.
The group anticipates the participation of the entire campus in dealing with these problems. Although organized by the Newman Club members it is eager ti have a representative, interested, group at the panel discussions.

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Queens College Newman Club , “The Mitre V.1 N.4 [1941],” Queens College Archives and Special Collections, accessed November 22, 2017, http://archives.qc.cuny.edu/queenscollege/items/show/546.