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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1990 - Organizations. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 30, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21748.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1990 - Organizations. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21748

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Transcript mmip J^^ealizing the needs of the greater Houston community, the Catholic Newman Students' Association (CNSA) decided to put together Christmas care packages for AIDS patients. The idea came from the center's secretary, Rosemary Mulcare. According to John Burke, treasurer for CNSA, the activity was a social justice # The care packages included.. .a card telline the patients that they would be prayed for. * contributions because of the fact that it was going toward AIDS patients. Surprisingly, all stores cooperated. The care packages contained basic toiletries such as shampoo, soap and powder as well as a card telling the patients that they would be prayed for during the holiday season. When the project started, the students project and the group was very hap- thought that the packages would be py with the results. Despite the success of the project, Burke was unable to acknowledge that the project would continue. The University of Houston community offered donations and neighboring supermarkets also helped support the project. When asking the store managers for donations, the group was afraid that many would refuse to give dropped off through a spokesperson. Instead, the CNSA members became overjoyed with Christmas spirit and hand-delivered the packages to the AIDS patients themselves. Participants of the event reflected on their efforts by remembering all the smiles and friendly faces. The project was one of the most rewarding projects of some of the CNSA members.-Jay Neal CATHOLIC NEWMAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION (front row)Kevin Lavery, Yi-Shiow Chung, Liang Jih-hua, Chang Hung-Junn, Jay Neal, Carla Lopez, Missy Carpenter, Kelly Moulton; (back row) Tim Oliras, Linus Lewis, Stephanie Ander- eeg, Lisa Pena, Claudia Martinez, Rene Cavazos, Alison Evans, Carl Wagner, Joe Hoepken, Jackie Driscoll.Phofo courtesy CNSA. Vw&^Y Comeaux, CNSA's first lay- minister, helps prepare meetings and events for the Catholic Newman Center.Photo courtesy CNSA. J& tthe * Newcomer's Mass, Carla Lopez and Agnes-Jih Hua look on as Father Henry Beck prepares the body and blood of Christ. The Catholic Newman Center held masses on weekdays as well as on Sundays for students attending UH.Photo courtesy CNSA. CNSA is a Catholic faith community of UH students, faculty and staff who worship together and support one another. -Jay Neal CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION Patti Plauche, Dana Love, Cheryl Sidow, Beth Commons, Tracey Johnson. Ho ustonian Photo. 202 Organizations Christian Science Organization strives to develop unity and support. The overflowing love generated by this group is open to all "honest seekers for truth." -Mary Gilbert In some ways this should be regarded as the year we broke our own hierarchy and became an association of Catholic people again. -Kevin Lavery Organizations 203