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The Mitre V.2 N.4 [1941]



The Mitre V.2 N.4 [1941]


Catholic themed publication


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


Queens College Newman Club




Queens College




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


Dear Newmanites:

An invitation is extended to the members of the Newman Club to attend the first of a series of meetings for college students at the Ascension Parish Auditorium, Woodhaven Boulevard at 61 Road, Elmhurst on Sunday, November 16, at
This invitation is extended by Father Patrick Feely, Pastor of the Ascension Parish, and former professor at the Immaculate Conception Seminary, Huntington, Long Island. It has been his desire for the past year to organize a group of interested young men and women attending college and offer them the best that can be afforded in this type of extra-curricular activity. Students from all colleges in the Metropolitan area have been invited and a sizable group is expected from Queens College.
At this first meeting those present hall be afforded the opportunity to express their views regarding the formation of the organization, and make their suggestions for its operation in the future,
Father Feely promises many noted and prominent guest speakers for further meetings. On November 16, the group shall be addressed by two speakers from the Catholic Evidence Guild. After each address there shall be open discussion on the topics discussed.
There shall also be dancing after each meeting.
The Ascension Auditorium can be reached very easily by the bus line which runs along Woodhaven Boulevard, between Jackson Heights and Glendale; also by the Independent Subway- a short walk from the Woodhaven Boulevard Station.
We are very anxious that our Newman Club be represented. This is a form of Catholic Action so necessary and so useful that every Catholic college student should be more than eager to attend. There are great possibilities for the future depending on the foundation laid now.
Try to interest your friends- even your non-Catholic friends.
You are promised an interesting session.
At our next Newman Club Meeting, Tuesday November 18, we shall continue the series of discussions on 'Evolution'. Your many questions after the last meeting indicate a lively, intelligent interest which is over-gratifying. Bring someone on the 18th and lets make the Newman Club grow.

Yours truly,
(Rev.) Raymond J. Newfeld

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