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The college years of the Class of ’52 have not been conducive to calm development of mind and pursuit of knowledge. The “cold war’l and the Korean campaign with their background of constant Communist pressure the world over have kept the minds of all alert to danger. You must join the ranks of the armies of Christendom that in the field and on the home front stand aligned against the deadliest aggressor of Christian time. On any front you should contribute the strength that comes from having been nurtured in the sound traditions out that Christian culture which Communism recognizes as its strongest foe. May the grace of God strengthen your souls, your hearts and your arms.
University of Windsor, Assumption College, The Ambassador
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Assumption College, "The Ambassador: 1952" (1952). The Ambassador Yearbook. 10.