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Thoughts...

Fr. John Schork, C.P.

John Schork

 

 

 

 

 

Some of my rambling remembrances from 1968-72 (posted August 2, 2003):

  • our intramural sports skills at Bellarmine, and the competition...

  • cooking hot breakfasts for the community, and personal creativity therein...

  • Fr. Blaise's projects: candles, guinea pigs, birds, flowers, etc....

  • student (mis)behavior as chronicled by "Le Grincheau (?)"...

  • walking/running to classes at Bellarmine, across the golf course, in the rain and snow...

  • daily "offices" that tried to teach us sanitation, organization, community life, creativity...

  • monthly home visits with local CP seminarians, food and drink and family...

  • the pets we nurtured over the years: C.P., G.D., parakeets, etc...

  • afternoon prayer/Vespers in the chapel, naptime as well...

  • struggling with your personal budget, what a few dollars would buy...

  • celebrations of the Eucharist in the chapel; singing "The Mountain Mass"...

  • the hearty souls who slept outside on the 3rd floor back porch...

  • "Gaudeamus" in the barn...special feasts...

  • rock music working its way into recreation...

  • student formation afternoons...

  • the radio program, "Feeling Groovy"...

  • the cool of the basement on those hot and humid Louisville summer days...

  • the "bat alert" when there was a bat flying the corridors...

  • the call bells...