University of St. Michael’s College Alumni Newsletter
                        Vol. 38, Number 2, Fall 2000

 New Reside...
Double Blue

A Letter from the Editor                                                                                     ...
21st Kelly Lecture
Fr. Robert Taft SJ
The Year 2000 is a banner year for the Kelly Lecture series. We are
pleased to annou...
Alumni Association

A Letter from the Alumni President
One of the hallmarks of the spirit and tradition of St. Michael’s i...
Alumni Profile

Karen Hughes ‘87
Two things that are immediately apparent about Karen Hughes are
her dedication and her se...
Welcome Home President and Mrs. Birgeneau

                                                             Above: Dr. Rich...
Alumni Profile

    Lucy Booth Martyn ‘25
    Things were pretty different on the U of T campus during the days
Campus News

Leonard Boyle                                                                                       News from...
The New Madden Hall

Above: Assisted by Brian O’Malley and Dr. Richard Alway, Fr. Madden cuts the ribbon. Madden Hall i...
Campus Notes

In March,
the Ontario Historical Society
- awarded the Joseph Brant Prize to Professor Mark McGowan for his
New Millennium Golf Classic
                                                                          On Tuesday, July 25t...
New Residence
A New Residence for St. Michael’s
Aesthetics and practicality are once again working in tandem at
St. Michae...
Spring Reunion

Above L to R: Dr. Alway with Class of ‘45.

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Annual Fund

Faith, Hope and Charity                                                  A Way To Help
The Annual Fund 2000 -...
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  1. 1. University of St. Michael’s College Alumni Newsletter Vol. 38, Number 2, Fall 2000 New Residence at St. Michael’s 21st Kelly Lecture Spring Reunion
  2. 2. Double Blue A Letter from the Editor The University of St. Michael’s College Alumni Newsletter Welcome to the fall 2000 Issue of the DOUBLE BLUE. Our splendid cover, I am sure, evokes Published twice a year by: many happy memories of returning to the campus at St. Michael’s. For the first time, the The Alumni Association Class of 2004 will encounter and form new impressions. Fall is a season of new beginnings. 81 St. Mary Street Toronto, Canada M5S 1J4 In this issue you will learn of a significant new beginning. Construction has begun on a new Editor: residence. This has created an atmosphere of excitement. Our alumnae profiles introduce two Mary Ellen Burns remarkable graduates - Lucy Booth Martyn, SMC ‘25 and Karen Hughes, SMC ‘87. Production: The contributions of both, I am sure you will agree, reflect the ongoing legacy of St. Michael’s to Christina Attard our communities. DOUBLE BLUE is full of pictures that tell of the activities of the past year. Fr. Richard Donovan, CSB J. Barrett Healy On 30 May 2000, St. Michael’s welcomed home the new President of the University of Toronto, Fr. Robert Madden, CSB Robert Birgeneau and his wife, Mary Catherine Ware Birgeneau, both graduates of SMC. Fr. John Madden, CSB Eva Wong A successful Spring Reunion 2000 brought together hundreds of alumni from far and wide. Editorial Commitee The Class of ‘50 was particularly exuberant in their celebrations. Father Peter Mosteller’s Brian O’Malley (class of ‘50) reflections in his homily at the Alumni Liturgy struck a chord with the Richard Toporoski Steve Scharper participants. His advice “to live life and to live a worthy life” highlighted his theme that Ken Schnell “Everything I need to know, I learned at St.Mike’s.” Spring Reunion 2000 was capped by the opening of the newly restored Father Robert Madden Hall. Design and Layout: ADvocacy Inc. The Annual Fund, Faith Hope and Charity, was very successful. The increased participation in The Alumni Board and Office Staff this effort reminds us once again of the seriousness of the commitment members of the express their sincere thanks to the following for their assistance: St. Michael’s community take to this institution. Your response is gratifying. President Richard Alway Adele Annett Cathy Brayley One feature, “Letters to the Editor,” that we hoped to continue does not appear. Our Patrick Carroll audience seems happy with the recent changes for the newsletter. That is the good news, Helen Conrath but we would like to hear more from you. Of course the traditional letter will do, but do not Gerald Devlin Fr. Steven Hawkes-Teeples, SJ hesitate to call, fax, e-mail or any other way to be in touch. Mike Henry Karen Hughes Visit our updated website - Check for the latest Alumni activities Mary Keenan Mimi Marrocco and look for the past issues of the DOUBLE BLUE. Carmille Harlock Diana Martyn I want to thank the Editorial Committee, staff and all the contributors who have made Lucy Martyn Fr. James McConica, CSB this issue possible. Enjoy your read. Fr. Peter Mosteller, CSB Bill O’Hara Brian O’Malley Mary Ellen Burns, ‘70 Liz Paupst Kent Rawson And all those who contributed to Info-Update Bravo Alumni Association Editor, Board Members 2000-2002: University of St. Michael’s College Alumni Newsletter Patrick Joseph Carroll: President If you know of a fellow James Bernard Milway: Vice-President Michael Robert Henry: Treasurer alumnus/a who has Gloria C Buckley: Secretary Maureen Hart-Biason: Past President lost touch with St. Brian R O’Malley: Executive Director, Alumni Affairs & Development Michael’s College, Mary Ellen Jane Burns: Director, Alumni Affairs please encourage them Members: Stephen P Biason to contact us with their Joseph M. Boyle Timothy J Costigan updated address or David Gwilym Davies Terri Anne Farkas Edward Hugh Kevin Gabis send us their address William James Henry Gail Catherine Horan Photo: Frances Juriansz and phone number. Samuel P Lee Francesco R Margani Brigid Mary Martha O’Reilly Maureen Monica Rocchi M Lynne Sullivan Andrew Volpe (Student Rep) page 2
  3. 3. 21st Kelly Lecture Fr. Robert Taft SJ The Year 2000 is a banner year for the Kelly Lecture series. We are pleased to announce that the Right Reverend Archimandrite Robert F. Taft SJ is to present the 21st Kelly Lecture on Friday 1 December 2000. This special lecture, entitled “Anamnesis, not Amnesia: The Healing of Memories and the Problem of Uniatism,” carries on the purpose of the former St. Andrew and St. Peter Lectures, established by St. Michael’s to explore relations between the Roman Catholic, Eastern Catholic and Eastern and Oriental Orthodox Churches. The initiators of the St. Andrew and St. Peter Lectures have welcomed this incorporation into the schedule of the Kelly Lecture series because it ensures the continuation of this important ecumenical venture. Rev. Robert Taft SJ, a Byzantine Catholic priest and member of the Society of Jesus, was born and raised in Providence, Rhode Island. He was ordained a priest in the Byzantine Slavonic (Russian) Rite in 1963. After completing his M.A. in Philosophy at Boston College in 1956, he spent three years teaching at Baghdad College, Baghdad, Iraq. He returned to complete an M.A. in Russian studies at Fordham University in 1961. He received a Licentiate degree in 1964 from Weston College (Mass.) and continued his studies in Europe, receiving a Doctorate in Eastern Christian Studies from the Pontifical Oriental Institute in Rome in 1970. In 1970, Fr. Taft was appointed to the faculty of the Pontifical Oriental Institute, where he is currently Professor of Oriental Liturgy and Vice-Rector. He has been a visiting professor at Notre Dame University since 1974. An internationally recognized scholar and superb teacher, Fr. Taft is also a prolific writer, having authored over 250 works. In 1986, he published The Liturgy of the Hours in the East and West: The Origins of the Divine Office and Its Meaning for Today, which received the “Best Book in Theology Award” from the Catholic Press Association of the US and Canada. In 1982, Fr. Taft was appointed by Pope John Paul II as Consultor to the Special Commission for Liturgy of the Vatican Congregation for the Oriental Churches. We are excited and honoured to have a scholar of Fr. Taft’s academic stature continue, in the Kelly Lecture series, the tradition of the St. Andrew and St. Peter Lectures. We extend a particularly warm invitation to our friends from the Eastern Catholic andOrthodox Churches. Please join us on Friday 1 December 2000, at 8:00 P.M. in Sam Sorbara Hall at St. Michael’s College. There is no charge for admission, no tickets are needed, and all are welcome. by Mary Ellen Burns, ‘70 Above: Fr. Robert Taft SJ. page 3
  4. 4. Alumni Association A Letter from the Alumni President One of the hallmarks of the spirit and tradition of St. Michael’s is its strong sense of an inclusive community. I left St. Mike’s well armed New York Visit to face the challenges of the future. It has been my good fortune to become involved again in this unique community of friends. I want to introduce myself. I am a graduate, SMC Class of ‘70. I warn you - if Bob Shiley SMC ‘68 calls to ask for help for SMC, take care. I received such a call in 1995. I was asked to help on the first Spring Memories Celebration. Father Bob Madden then asked me to join the Alumni Association’s Board of Directors. As a Board member, I was involved with the important strategy sessions undertaken on the watch of Maureen Hart-Biason. This began an ambitious effort to revitalize the Alumni Association and its Board. A review of the Board’s structure resulted in a greater emphasis to be placed on committee work. This would require greater alumni involvement. I want to celebrate the work of Maureen and her hard working executive - Marie Daly Cook, Vice President, SMC ‘91, Rosemary Chambers, SMC ‘91 and John Brown, SMC ‘78. They have set the course well. Above L to R: Mary Giordmaine ‘55, Joseph Giordmaine ‘55, Kenneth McDonald ‘57, Denise McDonald, Bruce McDonald ‘62, and Beth McDonald. In 1998, I was asked to become a member of the Executive as Treasurer and head up the finance committee. Laura Syron, SMC ‘88, a committee member, was instrumental in developing a five-year strategic plan. After a successful Annual Fund in 1998-99, the goal set for the next Annual Fund 1999 - 2000 effort, better known at St. Michael’s as Faith, Hope and Charity, was set. It was very successful. Not only was the goal exceeded but also the participation rate rose by 24%, as did the average gift amount by 17%. This was propelled by the efforts of the President’s Circle Committee under the direction of Victor Dodig SMC ‘88. Next year under the direction of Michael Henry, SMC ‘91, the strategic plan continues. Above L to R: Ernie Baltutis ‘70, George Delhomme ‘39. My hopes as President for the next two years are to encourage increased participation and support from our alumni and friends. This intellectual, emotional and financial support is a strong lifeline to the ongoing vitality of St. Michael’s. The strength of the Alumni Association is not just the activity and commitment of its Board. We have had a good start, but have a long way to go. We need you! Patrick Carroll, ‘70 Above: Marcy Mugan Gordon ‘60, Fr. Madden, CSB ‘52, Christine Lutgens ‘71 and Jean Loftus ‘60. President, University of St. Michael’s College Alumni Association Above: Dr. Richard Alway, Victor Dodig ‘88, and Karlo Duvnjak. Photos: Ken Schnell page 4
  5. 5. Alumni Profile Karen Hughes ‘87 Two things that are immediately apparent about Karen Hughes are her dedication and her sense of humour, qualities that contributed to her induction into the U of T Sports Hall of Fame this past June. Recognised for her involvement in championship ice hockey and soccer teams, Hughes has made remarkable achievements, and not only as a player. She has been the head coach of the Varsity Blues Women’s Ice Hockey team since 1993, following three years as assistant, continuing a trend of activity and involvement that dates back to her undergraduate days. Enrolled at St. Michael’s, “I played soccer for St. Mike’s in my first year” and also refereed hockey at the college while excelling in Varsity sports. “It’s a really great honour,” she said of her induction. “I don’t think you realize it until you’re at the event, with all these other people who’ve done fabulous things over their careers in university sports.” Hughes was in good company. In addition to her contributions to U of T sports, Hughes has coached ice hockey at the national level, travelling as far afield as Sweden and Finland.“The best part of all is at the end of the game when we have won and your team lines up on the blue line, and they play the national anthem and raise the flag of the winning country. This makes you very proud to be a Canadian, and is something very special about international competition.” Still, what she loves most is working with her U of T hockey team. “Coaching them, you teach them a little bit more about other things Above: Karen Hughes than just playing hockey, like how to get along with each other, how to balance their time, providing a good support group for them. She’s especially grateful for her position with the Varsity Blues, Our players are fun. They make me laugh; we have a good time.” where she doesn’t have to think about buying equipment or making Having fun is important to Hughes-”you can challenge yourself to be travel arrangements. “U of T is great. They make it possible for the best athlete you can be, but at the same time you should enjoy someone like me to be a part-time coach. You get to do what you doing it”-but clearly, so is constant improvement. like to do, more. It’s the perfect place to coach.” “I like to do things well, so when I became head coach at U of T, Balancing her time is important, as Hughes combines her Varsity and I wanted to become a better coach.” She took certification courses National Hockey coaching with her job as a Senior Analyst with the and is now a level four coach. “Working with Canadian Hockey is a Resources and Economic Development Branch of the Management great help to me with U of T because I get to go to coaching Board Secretariat. It was also a factor when she was a student, seminars. People who coach in the NHL come and talk. It’s been a working toward a Bachelor of Commerce degree. Though she did have great development opportunity for me, from a coaching perspective.” five years as an undergraduate, “you actually find when you do varsity sports, you don’t waste time.” Improving as a coach allows Hughes to do a better job of helping her players improve, too. “You can make people better. My team wasn’t Now, “I use my vacation to go and do national team hockey.” that good two years ago, but we still did well.” One of her former She works with the U of T team for seven months of the year, and players, a recently graduated masters of engineering student, came looks after scheduling, monitors training programs, and participates to the U of T team as a beginner player. “She was determined to play in recruiting during the other five. After maintaining such a fast- hockey, and this year she was a CIAU All Canadian.” paced schedule for so long, what would Hughes do to fill the gap if she ever stopped coaching? Exciting though her own hockey career was, Hughes doesn’t miss being a player. She still skates with the team every day, and Hughes doesn’t hesitate. “Golf,” she says, laughing. ultimately, she loves to coach. “The best part for me is, I like to see my players in the university get better, improve, graduate, get a job, by Mary Keenan ‘88 and go on and be successful in whatever they’re doing.” page 5
  6. 6. Welcome Home President and Mrs. Birgeneau Above: Dr. Richard Alway ‘62, Mrs. Doris Lau and Dr. Robert Birgeneau Photo: Ron Sumners Above L to R: Dr. R. Alway ‘62, Bill Broadhurst ‘51, Dr. R. Birgeneau ‘63, Mrs. Mary Catherine Birgeneau ‘62, and Mrs. Arden Spence Broadhurst ‘54. Photo: Ron Sumners Above L to R: Mrs. Mary Catherine Birgeneau ‘62, Dr. Robert Birgeneau ‘63 and Dr. Richard Alway ‘62. Photo: Ron Sumners Right L to R: Declan Doyle and Nico Tappalardo with President Alway, President Birgeneau, Mrs. Mary Catherine Birgeneau and Above L to R: Fr. Ambrose Raftis, CSB ‘45, Dr. Robert Birgeneau ‘63, Patrick Carroll. Mrs. Mary Catherine Birgeneau ‘62, Patrick Carroll ‘70 and Photo: Ron Sumners Mrs. Marley Carroll ‘70. Photo: Ron Sumners Right L to R: Barbara Boyle, Prof. Joseph Boyle, SMC Principal, and Dr. Robert Birgeneau. Photo: Ron Sumners Right: Dr. Robert Birgeneau ‘63 with his St. Mike’s College Latin teacher, Fr. Tony Kelly, CSB ‘45 and Dr. Richard Alway ‘62. Photo: Ron Sumners Above: Welcoming Reception for Dr. and Mrs. Birgeneau, Charbonnel Lounge. The Welcoming Throng. Photo: Peter Hartwig page 6
  7. 7. Alumni Profile Lucy Booth Martyn ‘25 Things were pretty different on the U of T campus during the days that Lucy Booth Martyn spent as a St. Michael’s College student in u English and History. Frappuccinos were nowhere to be found, tuition was well under $500 per year, and Robarts had yet to loom large over Harbord Street. From 1921 to 1925, Lucy Booth Martyn attended Loretto College, then on St. George Street, living nearby on Barton Ave. with her parents. In addition to being an outstanding undergraduate student, Mrs. Martyn was very much involved in school life, “I was President of our Student Council in 1923. I remember frantically organizing for our February dance! I think that my extracurricular activity influenced my academics for the better. My membership in the Literary Society ignited my lifelong interest in literature.” This interest has indeed been lifelong. Mrs. Martyn completed her Master’s degree in Canadian History in 1936 after having worked as a supply teacher in northern Ontario for five years. Forty-two years later, her first book (of five) on the history of Toronto, was published: Toronto: 100 Years of Grandeur. “I was able to continue to study and write while my husband, Murdoch, and I raised our children (Diana and Donald). I’m sure they remember me at the Above: Lucy Booth Martyn and Mary Ellen Burns books and frequenting the library throughout their grade school and Picture: Camille Harlock high school years.” The Face of Early Toronto, Mrs. Martyn’s third book, was published Mrs. Martyn was in the SMC spotlight once again more recently. when she was 79 years old. It was a real winner, garnishing the This year, she and one other graduate of the U of T Class of ‘25 were prestigious City of Toronto Book Award for historical non-fiction in honoured with the Chancellor’s Circle Medal on the occasion of their 1983. Mrs. Martyn’s daughter Diana commented, “My mother caught 75th Spring Reunion. Of this, Mrs. Martyn stated, “I couldn’t believe the academic bug at Loretto and it never left her.” Mrs. Martyn that so many days had passed since my time at Loretto. But the agrees, “I will never forget the influence that the Loretto sisters had experience is always with me.” on my life. They were smart, gentle and sweet, and they made the academic experience serious but joyful for us young women, an Lucy Booth Martyn is the quintessential SMC alumna smart, gentle, experience one never wanted to end.” and sweet, the very way she described the Loretto sisters who helped her prepare for the 75 years (so far!) of life after St. Mike’s. A particularly favourite memory involves one of the Loretto sisters and her gift for drawing her students into the material they were By Elizabeth Paupst ‘92 learning. “Mother Estelle always had something interesting for us to do. In my second year, she decided that our Latin class needed to get a better idea of what we’d been talking about, so she decided that we should stage a Roman wedding. We spoke our parts in Latin and wore full, proper costumes. I was the bride!” page 7
  8. 8. Campus News Leonard Boyle News from Continuing Memorial Chair Education at The Pontifical Institute of St. Michael’s Medieval Studies has launched a campaign to raise two million U.S. As we begin our fifteenth year, Continuing dollars to establish the Leonard E. Education at St. Michael’s is expanding its Boyle Chair in Manuscript Studies. horizons in every way: new courses, new The Chair was announced by Fr. partners, new staff, new offices, new James McConica, CSB, Praeses of instructors and new opportunities to access the Pontifical Institute, at the affordably over 50 programs on topics Boyle Memorial Lecture last ranging from art and literature to spirituality March, and again at the annual and pastoral care. gathering of medievalists in May, in Kalamazoo, Michigan, where a Alumni in the Greater Toronto Area may special session was dedicated want to take advantage of the new Blue Card to Fr. Boyle. Passport to Learning, which allows passport holders 12 months of tuition-free access to Leonard Boyle, who died in Rome most programs. Other Blue Card Passport on 25 October 1999, was a Fellow benefits include a complimentary pass to of the Institute from 1961 to introduce a friend to a program, advance 1984, when he was appointed notice of special events at St. Mike’s, Vatican Librarian. At the Institute, borrowing privileges at the Kelly Library, and he taught to an ever-expanding book store and publication discounts. The circle of students and colleagues. Blue Card Passport is available for $300/year His remarkable talents were honed and may be purchased over the telephone by at PIMS, where he was building on calling the Continuing Education office at the resources and scholarly 416-926-7254. tradition established by its founders. His renown as a teacher Above: Fr Leonard Boyle. One of our new partners is Laurent Leduc, and scholar served as a magnet for Photo: Anna Burko. founder of Leadership Horizons and a medievalists from around the graduate of St. Michael’s and former lecturer world, and continued to do so during his tenure as Prefect of the in Ethics. Dr. Leduc is currently in discussions with the Conference Vatican Library from 1984-1997. The Chair will serve to honour Fr. Board of Canada’s Canadian Centre for Business in the Community to Boyle’s memory and to secure in Toronto the legacy of his approach develop a Certificate program in Corporate Social Responsibility. to research, directed always to the disciplines necessary to exploit The program will be introduced in early 2001. Joining the Advisory original sources. Board for this new venture is St. Michael’s alumnus Tony Comper ‘66, Chairman and CEO of the Bank of Montreal. Fr. Boyle was born in Ireland where later, he entered the Dominican Order, studying first in Ireland and then at the Dominican Studium Other new programs, including a certificate in Service Provision to Generale of Blackfriars, Oxford. Following ordination in 1949, he the Homeless, are being offered with our partner in social services, completed his Oxford D.Phil. thesis, a study of the works of William Toronto Advanced Professional Education (T.A.P.E.). of Pagula. From 1955 to 1957, he worked on the Calendar of Papal Letters in the Vatican Archives, and from 1956 to 1961, he taught at Tara Cookson Smith (SMC ‘96) was with us as Administrative the Angelicum, Rome. In 1961, he came to the Pontifical Institute at Assistant until the first of September. She and husband Geoff St. Michael’s College. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical (SMC ‘96) are expecting their first child soon. Until Tara’s return in Society in 1963, the Medieval Academy of America in 1980, and an March, we are pleased to introduce Karen Beitel, who came to the Officer of the Order of Canada in 1987. University of Toronto from Campion College in Regina and recently completed a BA in East Asian studies through Woodsworth College. His departure from Toronto was a loss deeply felt by friends, students, and colleagues throughout North America. He continued to publish in 2000 - 2001 promises to be our best year ever. We invite you to call, the remarkable range of subjects that epitomized the unity of medieval or to visit our Web site for more information about our exciting studies as a discipline, including canon law, codicology, pastoralia, programs. I look forward to hearing from you soon! archaeology (most famously on the pre-history of San Clemente in Rome), historical theology, and the history of education. At the time of Continuing Education at St. Michael’s College his death he was the President of the Leonine Commission, the For more information Please call: extended project to produce a modern, critical edition of the works of (416) 926-7254 or visit us at: Thomas Aquinas. Nevertheless, it is as a great teacher that he will be best remembered. Accordingly, a Chair here in his name will be By Mimi Marrocco, Director, Continuing Education his living memorial. by Fr. James K. McConica, CSB page 8
  9. 9. The New Madden Hall Above: Assisted by Brian O’Malley and Dr. Richard Alway, Fr. Madden cuts the ribbon. Madden Hall is officially open. Photo: Ron Sumners Left and Above: Fr. Madden, Carr Hall. Photo: Ron Sumners Left: Fr. Madden ‘52 greets his students and friends at the June fourth reception. Photo: Peter Hartwig Above: What a grand opening! Dr. Richard Alway ‘62 and Fr. Madden ‘52 enter the newly renovated Madden Hall. Photo: Peter Hartwig page 9
  10. 10. Campus Notes In March, the Ontario Historical Society - awarded the Joseph Brant Prize to Professor Mark McGowan for his book, The Waning of the Green: Catholics, the Irish and Identity in Toronto 1887 - 1922. The award is given annually for the best historical book on a multicultural theme. Professor McGowan, of the College’s Christianity and Culture program, was also the recipient of the 1999-2000 St. Michael’s College Student Union’s Award for Teaching Excellence. This award was presented at a reception in Charbonnel Lounge on 13 April 2000. Professor David Wilson Graditude 2000 - of the Celtic Studies program received a U of T Outstanding (the gift of the graduating class) at St. Michael’s College was highly Teaching Award from Professor Carl Amrhein, Dean of the Faculty of successful this past year. The campaign’s student committee, led by Arts and Science of the University of Toronto on 2 March 2000. Misha Beline, Olivia de Souza, Katie DiTomaso and Mark Sokolski received the award for “best large campaign” from the University of John M. Kelly Library Toronto and the Department of Alumni and Development. Over $8,000.00 was raised for the Class Project - beautification of The “Henri J.M. Nouwen Archives and Research Collection” has Elmsley Place, better known to some as “Flower Pot Lane”. arrived at the Kelly Library. Gabrielle Earnshaw, the newly appointed curator, is pleased to announce that the official opening will take place on 21 September 2000. Located on the first floor of the Books and Lecture Series, library, the collection is opened to the public for research purposes. Father Nouwen, an internationally known expert in Christian Alum’s Legacy to St. Mike’s Spirituality and Pastoral Ministry/Counselling, spent the last ten years of his priestly life as Pastor at Daybreak/L’Arche in Richmond Fred Furlong ‘51 was captivated by the capital ships of the Second Hill, Ontario. The Nouwen Collection is a generous gift of this World War. Influenced early in life by his father’s love of ships and community. It has been held recently at the Divinity Library at Yale anything naval, he acquired an extensive collection of books on the University. It contains course material from Nouwen’s lectures at Yale history of the ships and of the period of WW II. After his death on and Harvard. It also holds unpublished material from the 1960’s until 11 February 1999, this valuable collection was left to the John M. the time of his death in 1996. Although the collection is not Kelly Library. Louise Girard, Chief Librarian, commented that this is a available for lending, it can be viewed by appointment at the welcomed addition to the library’s current holdings. Nouwen Centre at the library. Call the curator for an appointment at 926-1300 EXT. 3405. Fred Furlong had a deep sense of gratitude to the Basilians and to St. Mike’s. He thoroughly enjoyed his student days. He was an avid For the next year, while Victoria University’s Pratt Library is under debater and on one occasion challenged the Right Honorable Paul renovation, its Reformation and Renaissance collection will be Martin SMC ‘25 (father of the present Canadian Federal Minister of available to the U of T community on the second floor of St. Finance, himself an SMC graduate of ‘61) in a Hart House debate. Michael’s John M. Kelly Library. Fred developed a passion for history, with an eclectic bent to his interests. Upon graduation he began a life-long career in education, receiving M.Ed. in 1961. Initially a history teacher at the middle Faculty of Theology school level, Fred moved into guidance. This led him into Recent Publications: administration. In 1972, he became a Senior Administrator for the North York Board of Education. Well thought of in this role, he did 1• Bibliotheca Basiliana Universalis not suffer lightly those who shortchanged the students. Fred loved Published by Professor Paul Fedwick. to travel, as his frequent trips to Europe testify A study of the Manuscript Tradition, translations and - a favorite locale was Paris. Editions of the Works of Basil of Caesarea, IV. 1 -3: Testimonia, Liturgical and Canonical Compositions, In addition to the generous donation of his beloved books, Florilegia, Catanae, Iconography. Mr. Furlong left St. Mike’s funds to endow a series of history lectures in the College’s Christianity and Culture program. The first is 2• Excavating Q: scheduled for spring 2001. Check the spring issue of Double Blue The History and Setting of the Sayings Gospel Q for time and place. 3• The Formation of Q: Trajectories in Ancient Wisdom Collections St. Michael’s deeply appreciates the generosity of Fred Furlong and Both published by Professor John Kloppenborg. his commitment to seeing that spirit and traditions of his alma mater are carried on. 4• The Pilgrim’s Tale Professor T. Allan Smith, C.S.B. published his translation of The Pilgrim’s Tale. by Mary Ellen Burns, ‘70 page 10
  11. 11. New Millennium Golf Classic On Tuesday, July 25th, St. Mike’s welcomed 120 alumni and friends to the first annual alumni golf tournament at Angus Glen Golf Club in Markham, Ontario (course of the Canadian Open in 2002). Edmond Odette, ‘47, was Honorary Chair for the event assisted by Co-Chairs, Joseph Sorbara, ‘63, and Doris Lau, who did all the work. It was a smashing success! The funds raised will be used for the new residence. A large contingent of notable graduates and friends participated in the event. A reception and dinner followed where our guests had a Above: Desmond, Eva and Fr. Robert Madden. chance to meet with former teachers and Basilian friends. Who’s Eva? It’s just high time that USMC alumni get to know better a woman who has, for over a decade, been at the epicenter of just about everything going on in the Office of Alumni and Development. For all you alumni who have heard Eva’s voice on the phone over the years and have asked, “Who is Eva Wong?” here is the scoop... Eva has been with USMC for over 12 years now, hired by Father Robert Madden in 1988 (“One of the few smart things I ever did,” he commented). Eva was Father’s “right-hand-woman” in Alumni Affairs up until his retirement in 1998 and is now Alumni Associate, working closely with the Director of Alumni Affairs, Mary Ellen Burns. But life for Eva did not begin at St. Mike’s (though we like to think it got better at that point). Before Eva began working at U of T in the Ophthalmology department, she arrived in Canada from Hong Kong in 1972 and soon after married her husband, Desmond, in Toronto. They moved to Sault St. Marie, where Desmond completed his chartered accountancy studies, and the two started their family of three girls, Alison, Evelyn and Janice. Since joining Father Madden, Eva has just about done it all in her time with USMC: photography, event planning, preparing the newsletter, alumni communications, providing support for the Board, and overall troubleshooting. In fact, “shooting” did figure obliquely Above: Cheque presented from Doris Lau & Joseph Sorbara, Committee Co-Charis, in Eva’s job once. “I remember a few years ago, a distraught friend of to Dr. Richard Alway. a former staff member made violent threats against our office. If L to R: Dr. Richard Alway, Doris Lau, Joseph Sorbara. you’ve ever wondered why we had peepholes in our doors in Alumni Hall, that was the reason! You’ll notice mine was a lot lower than Father Donovan’s.” Recently, new responsibilities have given Eva better occasion to get out of the office and get to know students and alumni. “When I try to picture a favourite event or memory, it’s so difficult, there are so many. The events are wonderful, though; they help me see and get to know everyone - Spring Reunion, the Kelly Lecture, retreats. It’s such a joy to see each one being a success in its own way.” Eva plans to take some vacation shortly after this issue of the Double Blue is laid to rest! Undoubtedly, during “Eva’s Holiday Time,” the most frequently asked question by the callers to the Alumni Affairs Office will not be “Who’s Eva ?” but “WHERE is Eva ?” Above: New Millennium Golf Classic 1st place Golf Team. L to R: Tom McCarthy, Gord Laschinger, Edmond Odette, Ed Lloyd, Paul Salerno By Elizabeth Paupst ‘92 page 11
  12. 12. New Residence A New Residence for St. Michael’s Aesthetics and practicality are once again working in tandem at St. Michael’s College, where a new residence is under construction- the first new building on campus since the Kelly Library, designed by John J. Farrugia, was completed in 1969. Over the last thirty years, the number of students registered at St. Michael’s has far outstripped the number of residence rooms. With a current enrolment of 3,500-3,600 students (and the same number of rooms as were available when enrolment stood at under 1,000) fewer students have an opportunity to experience on-campus living at St. Michael’s. The elimination of grade 13 in 2003 further increases the need for residence space, as even larger numbers will be seeking campus accommodation in that year particularly. In choosing to address the need for increased on-campus accommodation, St. Michael’s took into consideration the architectural profile of the campus. Odette Hall (Cloverhill), including the initial portion of St. Basil’s Church, constructed in 1856, was designed by William Hay and is the building in longest continuous academic use on the U of T campus. Additions were made to this first College building and the Church in the 19th and early 20th Centuries. In 1936, the Teefy, More, Fisher, and Pontifical Institute complex, designed by Arthur Holmes, opened on Queen’s Park; two years later, the main section of Brennan Hall, also designed by Holmes, was built. Montreal architect Ernest Cormier designed Carr Hall, which opened in 1954. St. Michael’s takes this architectural heritage seriously as architect Kent Rawson executes a series of carefully planned projects to house more academic departments as well as design the new residence. The beautifully renovated Odette Hall is now home to the SMC Principal’s Office, faculty and administrative offices for St. Michael’s and U of T. Belisle House has been transformed from a men’s residence into offices for the President, Alumni Affairs and Development, and Continuing Education. This academic enrichment of St. Michael’s underlines the importance of each new architectural decision. “We studied half a dozen different options for the new residence The entire campus will benefit from the alterations created by the building,” Rawson said, but ultimately the underused space behind new building. The existing driveway running in front of St. Basil’s Windle, Phelan, and Belisle Houses was selected as the site for the new Church and between Windle and Phelan House to Elmsley Place will residence. The close proximity of the newest to the oldest building on be closed to vehicular traffic and replaced by a walkway and a raised campus led Rawson to design a structure closely matching Odette Hall, pedestrian plaza outside the doors of the Church. The nineteen trees complete with pitched roof, dormers, and gables. necessarily removed for construction will be replaced by 33 maples, birches, and oaks. The building is designed to accommodate the The result is not only a beautiful building, but also a state of the art silver maple at present growing behind Phelan House, and a row of residence. Each of the 180 single-occupancy rooms will have a sink, flowering crab trees will be planted along the walkway that links the Internet access, and individually controlled air conditioning. west side of the building to Elmsley Place. Handicapped residents will be accommodated in large, barrier free rooms, and have access to both an elevator and a wheelchair lift. The building, scheduled for occupancy in September of 2001, will Each floor will be a self-contained ‘house’ with a central lounge have financial as well as visual impact. Thanks to support from the facing out on the new gardens planned for the front of Odette Hall. U of T and individual donors, part of the $11.4 million financing has The basement area will feature two music rooms. been covered. However, “we’ll need $3 million from our alumni and friends,” said Brian O’Malley, Executive Director of Alumni Affairs This addition of on-campus residence rooms will also bring the and Development. availability of men’s and women’s accommodation at the College into balance. Recognizing a trend for the proportion of women students There is no shortage of opportunities to participate in this exciting in Arts and Science programs to increase over time, the building has project. One St. Michael’s graduate has offered to contribute over been designed to allow an easy conversion of individual floors to $100,000 for the fibre optics and wiring to connect every student women’s residence space, to maintain that balance in the future. room to the U of T computer backbone and the Internet. Opportunities are also available for alumni to ‘buy’ and name a residence room. by Mary Keenan ‘88 page 12
  13. 13. Spring Reunion Above L to R: Dr. Alway with Class of ‘45. Above L to R: Denise De Pape ‘70, Brigette Hutton Above L to R: Class of ‘50 The Golden Lunch. Schmidt ‘70, Gail-Anne (Thompson) Black ‘70. Above L to R: Richard Orr, Vivian Above L to R: Helen (Gearon) Slattery ‘40, Laurine (Tuttis) Kerwan ‘35, Claire Hope, Lalonde ‘40, Elizabeth Sweet ‘40, Catherine Moroney ‘40. Catherine (Kerwan) Orr. Above L to R: Class of ‘55 - a congenial dinner group! Photo: Gerald Devlin ‘55 Above L to R: Ben Lenton ‘95, Brad Morrison ‘95, Damon Above L to R: Winnifred (Lownie) Williams ‘50, Rose Lum, Karen Srodulski ‘95, Sam Lee ‘95, Bill Moreau CSB Marie (LaPalme) Jaco ‘50, Catherine Johnson ‘50, ‘91 (back left), Yvonne Mullen ‘95, Carmen Sanchez ‘95, Patricia (Quinn) Oldaker ‘50, Ann (Halasz) Dudziak ‘50, Pino Federico ‘95. Margaret (Lindo) McCullagh, Adele Annett ‘50. Above L to R: Liz (Schannell) Young ‘66 Nancy (Kane) Kruger ‘65, Fr. Dave Belyea, CSB ‘49, Maureen Nolan- Hanagan ‘65, and Bob Oliver ‘65. Above At The Golden Lunch L to R: Joan (Keogh) Waters Above L to R: Ruth Engel ‘48, Robert Engel ‘40, Margaret Above L to R: Margret (Williams) Culliton, Raymond ‘50, Clem Cassidy ‘50, Helen (Boehler) Conrath ‘50, Guest, Dr. Paul Guest ‘40, Kathleen Bennett ‘40. Culliton ‘50, William Murphy ‘50, Joan Murphy, Vincent Thelma (Meguire) Donnelly ‘50. Reid ‘50, Robert Reid ‘50, and Betty Reid ‘50. Photos: Sonia Vaithilingham page 13
  14. 14. Annual Fund Faith, Hope and Charity A Way To Help The Annual Fund 2000 - 2001 Gifting Insurance Company Shares at St. Michael’s Changes in the tax rules affecting the gifting of appreciated stock and the demutualization of insurance companies could change your charitable giving strategy. St. Michael’s College alumni have long been known and admired in the U of T community, and beyond, for their generous support of the The 1997 federal budget contained changes designed to make the Annual Fund. Last year added further lustre to that well deserved gifting of appreciated stock to charities tax effective. While two- reputation. The 1999-2000 “Faith, Hope and Charity” Annual Fund thirds of capital gains are normally included in income as a taxable Campaign was very successful. Your donations to the Annual Fund capital gain, if you make a gift of appreciated stock and debt grew by 40%. The size of your average gift increased by 17%, and instruments of publicly-traded companies to qualified charities most importantly, your participation jumped by 24%. These results (including St. Michael’s) before 2002, the capital gains inclusion rate are bringing tangible benefits to St. Michael’s and to its current is one-third. You will be issued a charitable receipt equal to the students. Your contributions have helped St. Michael’s develop and value of the gift. A tax credit based on the amount of the maintain its academic programs in Christianity and Culture and in charitable receipt will be sufficient to offset the tax arising in Celtic Studies, as well as its special student facilities, such as the respect of the capital gain. Any excess credit can be used to offset Chaplaincy, Scholarships and Bursaries and the John M. Kelly Library. income from other sources, subject to certain limits, and can be Your assistance continues to be very important to St. Michael’s. carried forward for up to five years. Thank you. Over the past year, a number of Canadian insurance companies have Last year’s Annual Fund response has encouraged the Alumni demutualized and become public companies. If you received shares, Association to aim higher this year. For the 2000-2001 Annual Fund there was no immediate tax consequence to you. For purposes of Campaign we are working to boost participation and to raise computing future capital gains, however, the adjusted cost base of $1,000,000. This total goal would mean an increase of about 15% in these shares to you is zero. On a sale, two-thirds of the proceeds donations. We believe that we can reach this mark, but obviously realized on a sale of these shares, net of expenses, will be included only with your help. The total amount raised, however crucial it is to in income as a taxable capital gain. Many have described these the College’s mission, is not as important as the level of your shares as “found money”. participation. We would like more and more alumni to become actively involved in the St. Michael’s Annual Fund enterprise by Bringing the two events together could change your charitable giving making some gift, whatever its size. strategy in 2000 and 2001. By giving the demutualized shares directly to qualified charities (including St. Michael’s) before 2002: Thank you again for your previous generous support of St. Michael’s College. - one-third of the resulting capital gain will be included in income; Michael R. Henry ‘91 - you will receive a charitable donation receipt equal Chair, Annual Fund Campaign to the value of the shares; - the charitable donation tax credit should be sufficient to offset the taxes payable on the capital gain arising from gift of the shares; - excess tax credits can be used to offset the taxes payable on other income in the year of the gift or five years carried forward. Consult your financial or tax planner concerning this and other charitable giving strategies. Catherine A. Brayley ’79, Gowling Lafleur Henderson (Toronto) L to R: K elly Keo Hadley ‘8 gh ‘85, C 5 at Spr ynthia K ing Reuni elly ‘85 an SNAP SH on. d Rita-M arie OTS 5,Tom elligan ‘4 0, Ed N .. Bill M arkle ‘6 ine Nelligan OTS L to R: Berarnd ‘60 and SNAP SH and Sutherl page 14
  15. 15. Donor List 1999-2000 Thomas & Alice Flynn Rev John C Gallagher, CSB William G Todd Rev Guy Alan Trudel, CSB Constance M O’Donnell Edward J Owens, Jr Annual Fund Donors Louise H Girard Rev Thomas James Edward T Unger Jean Vale Nick Pantaleo Barbara E A (Southern) Phelan Hanrahan, CSB Margaret L Whyte Rev Msgr Mariano F Polito Donall B Healy Wilhelmina M Wiacek Annemarie & Bob Powell The following list is of donors of $100 or more, Kathleen Huckabone Peggy Ryan Williams Stephen M Pozgaj received between May 1, 1999 and April 30, 2000, Bernard & Betty Hurley Desmond & Eva Wong Angelina T Prokich Robert H J Jones Georgina A Wyman Rev John Reddy, CSB to the University of St. Michael’s College Annual Fund. Paul G Kennedy F Vincent Regan Please note that non-Annual Fund donations to the Rev Kevin J Kirley, CSB Bank of Montreal * Maureen M Rocchi University of St. Michael’s College and donations made Marianna Korman GE Canada * Thomas JJ Rocchi Thomas J F Lang † Torkin Manes Cohen & Arbus Michael Rynne to other areas at the University of Toronto are not Douglas M Lawson Religious Hospitallers of M E Betty Sellars included in this list. Mary Lee St Joseph Raymond C Shady William E Lee And 27 anonymous donors. Maureen P G Sheedy Kenneth P Lefebvre Elizabeth Smith The wishes of those who notified us of their choice to Rev Charles Leland, CSB $500 - $999 Mickey & remain anonymous have, to the best of our ability, Martin Littlefield Annette Convey Spillane been respected. If your name should be here and is Gary G Loo Rev J Louis Abello Joseph Francis Anthony Lawrence E M Lynch Marjoh Agro Sweeney not, we apologize; please let us know. Gerard Maggisano Melanie G Bailey David Tarbet Rose Maggisano John F Bennett Tom Thomas The students, faculty and staff of the University of St. Valiant Mah Mary E Bennett Mary J Tinmouth Sister Anne M Marrin CSJ Mary Agnes Bennett Christine Van Driel Michael’s College offer their sincere and heartfelt James F & Kathleen Martin Rev Msgr Samuel Bianco Stephen F White thanks to everyone who contributed to the success of Rev John G Maskey CSB William J Biggar David L Yeung the 1999-2000 Annual Fund. Jerry W T Matthews Rev J Basil Breen Rev Armand Maurer CSB Margaret E Brosnan Arthur Andersen & Co Richard P Mavrinac Barry F Brown Barry J Black Investments Inc * Matching Gift Company Kenneth M R McDonald Walter P Bulas BCE Incorporated * † Deceased Carol Sheldon McDonnell M Elizabeth Burke-Gaffney And 100 anonymous donors. Rodney D McEwan Robert G Burns $25,000 + Rev M Owen Lee, CSB Bruce M McLean R Margaret A Carroll $250 - $499 Rev Donald J Lococo, CSB Rev Thomas Melady Kian T Chow Patrick & Marley Carroll Julia M McLaughlin Jim & Sheila Milway Frank G J Chown Frank A Addario Rev Dan Donovan Elliott Arthur Milstein Thomas Minehan Gerald J Clayton John W Anjo Louis L & Patricia M Odette Murray A Mogan Edward J Monahan The Most Rev Robert Bell Clune Robert J Armstrong Daniel J Murphy Donald F Morrison Rev Leslie J T Costello St Clair & Helen Balfour $10,000 - $24,999 Connie Ida Roveto Gertrude Mulcahy Sherrie C Murphy John W Cudmore F George Davitt Patricia Jane T Beattie Patricia L Belier Robert J & Mary C Birgeneau The Newhall Land and John C Ninfo Benjamin A De Rubeis J Jerald Bellomo Margaret M Fitzpatrick Farming Company * Peter J & Jane H Obernesser Dorothy A A De Souza Joanne S Belsito Joseph C M James And 3 anonymous donors James A (Tim) & Roman J Dementavicius Kathleen A Bennett John P McGrath Mary A O’Brien Virginia A Dementavicius Robert G J Bigelow Harold J. Murphy $1,000 - $2,499 Mary Catherine T O’Brien Guy P Di Tomaso Robert D Bodnar Brian & Anneliese O’Malley Fabian A O’Dea Michael K Dugan William P Boehler Susan Adam Metzler Paul H M O’Donoghue Sean F Dunphy Helen P Bolger Institute of the Blessed Richard M H Alway Melville J B O’Donohue Harry Edmondstone Rev John T Bolger Virgin Mary (Loretto Sisters) Marguerite Austen J G O’Driscoll Victor Figueiredo Suzanne M Bradbury-Swan Sisters of St Joseph Brad J Badeau Michael P & Walter D Fitzgerald Mac S Bradden Rev David Esmond Belyea, CSB Jennifer A O’Hara Beata & Leo FitzPatrick Rino Charles Bragagnolo $5,000 - $9,999 John Bennett Wanda A C Bielawski Colman O’Hare Jean C O’Keefe M P Forestell & D E Forestell Eileen C Frenn Joan Marie Breech Karen Broadhurst Rev Claude G Arnold, CSB William J Blainey Geraldine O’Meara Burke Paul F F Fribert John T Bulger Gordon Coleman Ray Blair Mariel P O’Neill-Karch Filomena A Frisina Mary L Cappadocia J Rob Collins Barbara Anita Blake Jacqueline C Orange Jennifer M Gallivan Anne Carson Katherine & George Gerald F Boulet Terrence J O’Sullivan Joseph & Mary Giordmaine J Kenneth Cashion Dembroski Margaret A Brennan Rev Ulysse E Pare, CSB Bernarda Glicksman Helena B Cavanagh Rev James K Farge, CSB Dudley G Brown Lorraine Paterson Howard M Glicksman Luc P Charest Rev Brian F Hogan, CSB Gloria Buckley James C Paupst Martin S J Glogowski Larry C Cimino Rev William H Irwin, CSB Mary Ellen Burns Frances P M Peake Thomas E Gray Cecil D Clarkson Charles Hilliard James † John William Burrows Jack W Person Shae M Hanford M Norah Collins Rev Robert J F Madden, CSB Michael Burtniak Edward & Jean Phoenix Rita M E Hanlon J David Contway † Rev Frank Mallon, CSB J Leo Cahill John A Pierce John J T Henry George J Cormack Rev James K McConica, CSB John F X Callahan Ronald A J Pigott Inez M Heseltine Paul Cosgrove Rev Robert T O’Halloran, CSB Paul H. D. Carson Rev Charles Principe, CSB Caroline B. Horgan-Bell Timothy J Costigan Sister Mechtilde O’Mara, CSJ Helen Christo Frederick M J Quigley Aida Hudson Timothy M Cotter Paul J & Patricia R Phoenix Paul Barry Cotter, Jr Paul T Quinlan Eugene E Jacobs Harry J Craven Tom & Marilyn Sutton Eileen Crothers Rev J A Raftis, CSB Anthony I Kalhok Tannis A Critelli Rev Peter J M Swan, CSB Hugh David Curtin Daniel T Regan Paul M Kavanagh Doreen G Cullen Brenda A Sweeney Carole Curtis Gerrard P Rocchi Angela A Wilson Keyes Daniel McKenna Curtin Doreen M Williams SisterMargaretAnnCuthbert GSIC Rosanne T Rocchi Hung Ko John J A Cyr Michael D’Avella Edward J J Rzadki Daniel William Patrick Lang Marie T Deans Westhall Investments Ltd Helen Demshar Ian Scott Rita M Lawlor Victor F De Bonis And 2 anonymous donors Thomas A Dillon The Most Rev John M Michael K Lawson Angus M Dixon † Janice Dobranowski Sherlock John J Long Mary I Dool $2,500 - $4,999 Victor Dodig Ronald T Doty Robert A Shiley James Shipton Mary F Mallon M J (Mimi) Marrocco Sheila K M Doyle Daniel Driscoll Ronald B M Blainey H W Doyle Helen Slattery Paul Francis McCann Marjorie A Driscoll David G Broadhurst Rev Mario O D’Souza, CSB Rev George T Smith, CSB Aileen McGrath John J Drury William H Broadhurst Margaret Treacy Egan Edward & Marisa Sorbara Rev Oliver Moloney Paul M P Duncan Anthony E Dobranowski Mary Clarke Egan Joseph D M Sorbara Rachele C Muia J E Eberle Rev Richard B Donovan, CSB Rev Ronald Fabbro, CSB Larry Stubbs Rev Msgr Dennis J Murphy Mary H Edmondstone Zoran Fotak Rev Donald F Finlay, CSB Jordan G Sullivan Patrick J Murphy Rory F Egan Anthony D B G Griffin Joseph A Fischette Marcella Tanzola Grant W Nadon Stanley D G Ellis Robert W Henry Robert W J Fitzgibbons Kathleen P Taylor John O’Brien Edward PD Kerwin John L Flaherty Joseph Paul Temple Charles D O’Connell page 15
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Donors James F Elman Norman W Stefnitz Helen B Broadfoot Paul A De Souza John A Gennaro Evelyn M L FitzGerald David M C Sweeney David G Broadhurst Rosa M Del Campo Guido R Gianfranceschi Mary K Foster Richard Tan Doris I M Brockhouse Peter O Dellinger Guy M Giannini Ann J Galvin Joseph Tanzola M Marcelline Brown Mark N Demeda Gertrude Gibbons James J Gardella Robert W Taylor Schuyler Brown Sylvia V Demshar Rev Norbert J Gignac Lawrence Geuss Marie R Tosoni Amy Marie Browning Lorraine M Dent Gorman John E G Gilgan E Philip Giroday Leon Tretjakewitsch Judy I Brunsek David E DesLauriers Ernest Norman Gilligan Chester P Gryski Brenda M Vice Gino Bucciarelli Gerald & Irene Devlin Irene Marie Giroux Kenneth J F Hanson Stephen J Vigmond Brian J Buckley J Bernard Devlin Marjan M Glavac Frances C Havey Sergio Villani Christopher V Buklin James Di Giuseppe David B Glover M Denis Havey Elizabeth Vrancic Steven R Burchat Lucy Di Iorio Frank John Golemba Michael Havey Joseph E Walsh Mary C A Burghardt Daniel A A Di Rocco Angela J Golka Patricia M Hayward Paul F Walsh Rev Bart J Burke Eileen M Dobell Anne-Marie Gorman Bernard E Hynes Paul C Weiler Margaret J Burns Mary M Dobell Cheryl Gorman Eleanor M Hynes John T R Wetzel Peter Alexander Burns Beatrice T Dobie Colonel Samuel M Gottry Clarine L Jackman Mary-Kay Whittaker John Butler Michael E Dobmeier James N Grace Dalia I Jocys Philip A Wood Gregory W Byrne Anthony Dodds John P Grace Anne A Johnson The Hon Mr Justice Gerald A Cachia Cyril M Doherty Katherine Gracie Barbara-Anne M Johnson Edward F Wren Michal A Calder Ronald Dombroski Alfred H Graham, Jr Rev Kyran D Kennedy Michael J Wren James G Callan Licia M T Donadonibus Antonietta Granata Kevin Keough Glenn T P Wright Christina M Cameron Marianne Donaldson Patricia R Grant Edward G King John Zeller Bridget M Campion D Peter Donovan Claire-Marie Greason J D King Helen P T Canavan Jim J K Doran Basil R Gregoire George Kozoriz IBM * Hugh Canning Timothy Doran Vid J Gudas Kathryn M La Fontana SMC Students Union Melanie Capobianco Gil Doron Carole-Ann Guzman Virginia R La Fontana And 15 anonymous donors. Ezio Cappadocia Catherine Driscoll Catherine E F Gyurik-Lebel Michael J T Lang Plinio Cardoni Daniel L Driscoll Jacqueline Hackett Reinhard A Langos $100 - $249 Mary C Cardwell Michael C Driscoll Brian J Halferty Andrew Leidal Anthony L Carella Sylvia M Driscoll Walter & Janice Hambley Vincent P Lemieux Karen Abbott Rev Msgr John Cartwright Donald William Dudar Mary K Hanson Rose Anne Marie Luciani Walton C P Achoy Leonard P Casciato Grazyna M Dudar John Hart Peter F Lyn Elaine M M Adam Anthony H Cassidy Patrick S Duffy Patricia Mary Hatch Malcolm Macdonald Susan M Addario Catherine M Cassidy Jo Anne Duggan Michelene M Hauber Darlene P Madott L Aldous Julie Cassidy Karen Mary Duggan Patricia Haynes Michael W Magee Mary H Allen Marlene R Cepparo Paul J J Duggan Francie M Heagney Mary P Manna Patricia Annable David T M Chan Vincent S J Dugo Mary Carol M Healy M Elizabeth Marcon J M Claude Arcand Andrew H Chapeskie Julian Joseph Paul Dukacz Grace Heggie Karal Ann Marling Anna Arciero Mary A Chesser Christopher A Dunlop Joseph C Heininger Francis J Matthews Elisa Arciero Barry Cheung Rev Gerald F Dunn William J Henderson France M McCabe Maria Arone Paul A L Chisholm Kevin F A Dunn Michael R Henry Peter B McCabe Augustine J Arrigo Robert Chlebek Mary Joan Dunn William J Henry Larry McDonald Patricia E Arsenault Karen Chopra Anna Marie C Dupont Casimir N Herold Nancy C McElhinney Christine Arthurs Earl Anthony Joseph Christy Rose D’Urzo Taras Hetmanczuk Rev Robert J McKay Jeffrey F Ashizawa Lawrence Cini Terrence G Edgar James D Hogan Elizabeth J McKinstry Josephine Assalone Michael F G Clark Thomas G M Edmondstone James T Hogan Kathleen McMorrow Alan Avgustinovich Stephen R Clarke Rita K F Egan Matthew Holland Scott S McNally Kathleen Babirad Richard S Clemens Timothy P Elia Nicholas A Holman Michael Gordon McNeely Michael S L Bajorek Theresa F Clinton Carolyn Dianne Ellis Gail C Horan Gail M McQuillan Peter W M Baker Rev Brian Clough M Louise Ellis Jane M Hosdil Mary R McTeague Mary Baldwin Arthur Coates Edith Marie Embler John R Howes John J Mogan O Ronald Ballantyne Robert A J Cobham Thomas J E Embler Larry F Howorth Joseph J Montanarella Peter J T Barbetta Vincent Coccia James P Evans Oleh Hrycko Thomas P F Moonan Salvatore Barbieri Robert Cochrane Daniel M Ewasuk James R Huck Norma A Morassutti Mary P Barrette Rosemary Cochrane Rena A Fagioli Rita E A Huck John V Morrison Jurate D Batura Jeffrey D Cole James W Faught Margaret H Hughes Margaret Morriss Robert V Bayer Rosette Comella Peter W Ferren James R Hugo Betty M Mulligan Peter King Beach Katherine D Connally Rui J Figueiredo Slavek Hurka J David Mulroney Gordon A Bean Frank H Connelly David Filice Luciano Iacobelli John P Nelligan John E P Bedford Marie-Louise Connery Rita M Fiorini Carole Ann Inglis John J O’Brien Nicholas J Belak Joyce Connolly Gerard D Fitzhenry Holly Ip Patricia A O’Brien Edward J R Bellamy John Cook M Susan Fitzpatrick Owen Ireland D F O’Leary Martha L Bell-Hart Tara Cookson Mary Anne Flaherty Jack Iwanicki Anne K Orendorff Hilary J Bennett Ian R Corbett Sheila M Flannery Rose Marie Jaco Thomas L W Orendorff Alvina M C Bergamin Gloria M E Cormack Thomas P Fletcher Paul G A Jennings J Maureen Pappin Maureen Berry Colleen M Cotter Edward R Fleury Mary Linda Jessup Barbara Patterson Albert A J Berti Kathy Coxford Wanda P Flis William C Johnson Elizabeth Paupst Maria R Bianchini Mary E Cranor Rev Robert J Flurey Martin M Jokay Peter G Peloso David E Bird James Crawford Andrew Flynn June K M Jones Charles J Peters Timothy Bishop John R Crockett Evelyn M Fontana Patrick A Jordan Francis H Pickard William P Blum, Sr Rev James J Cronin Sean M Foran Myra O Junyk Margaret M Poehlmann Robert G S Boase Karen M Cuggy-Murphy Marilyn V Forbes Stephen Kahnert Cyril H Powles Ainsley H Bonner Margery T Cull Kevin P Foster John Louis T Kalcevich M Elizabeth Prowe Yvonne M Bookalam Jose da Costa Catherine T Fournier Diane L Karnay Maria Isabel Ramirez Concetta M Booth 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