The Florida Catholic
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079916/00002
 Material Information
Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
notis - ADA7571
lccn - sn 83004577
issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00002
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
Preceded by: Voice (Miami, Fla.)

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Sees Will/ / / of Christ/

Icfa impelling Church unity

mTIlUIU: : Jordan (NC). An appeal for Christian "

unity and world, peace en the feast of the Epiphany .

I here in Christ's birth la( lbl ighted the last day of

C' 1 lope Paul VI's three-day pil&r age to the Holy Land.!

at0: \ .IC After celebrating' Mass >n January 6 in the Grottoof r
the Nativity, the Pope said (In hIlt sermon el'I

'This is the historic hour in which the Church must

live her profound and visible unity The Church's
\'01. :N'Xa 11 Orlando Florida, Friday January 10. 19<&l lOt external apologetic and missionary force depend upon It I-

this internal unity We speak thus to Catholic who
are already within the safety of the fold of Christ. Hut 'I :

'Brothers in Christ'meet we cannot refrain! from making a similar invitation to ,

our_ __ Christian brothers who pie not H in__ ,twrfivt. ..___ communion A

with us Today the will
w.iU'rn alimwl :Jrt' centuries:'
of Christ i ill pressing upon aR" i he one to whom *. pravas

after us and obliging us to do all fume of IVare I w* feel .

500 years that we can with love and the uu|>erliuia. awed to renew J

wisdom, to bring to all to the heals. of (tat** anti Wall .
.&:Ii 1. 1oI&
Christians the supreme 'HUM Mho! twit the" reapoit*
By James C. O'Nrill The Pop and the Patriarch branches of the Christian! rellgtun blessing i and honor of a 1slhdsli of Mopls our pr- I

Jtnl'SU0': : daD Immediately embraced at the was being dissolved, united church." "'.|nml for 1---| In the Where Christ rose from dead

' entrance to the delegation( even if only on a l\el of 1L11C 1'1.1. I'aul1 1110\r| Our of IVntiffs first acts his
(NO) The world leaders The Pole alai app .."M for lVv| wax vltubly as the on
cf the Catholic and Ortho and twice exchanged the ritual touttetfy anti affection !..."" In a dwHure| from the 't ivrnmmu hear he offered 1 Man in the lUsllica of the arrival in the Holy Land was to offer
VI of Ofwer\eri The find won I* were
** pence l Itye's this. try uf our l heart may .a.}, The bumlica MAIM in the basilica. This
dox Churches |I'rt'|lit n.il I text of hUt sermon. Holy Sepulcher (January picture was I
came together present s.ihl U>th churchmen In Latin "May Je u; Chri..tahuNeii .
in brotherhood Ho IlL] thou K*>itnHMly |pear''are theirell is erected. on the trhhlllnal l siteof made at the elevation of the Hcnt.
twice in "' they wore ('ol"'I..j; bu pr..I..I.! on.* to assure humanity
this birthplace of Christian of the hLtcrlc t.8 port of the The 1'atrun.h re ;smiled;! ',, Me m merit of I lr,' UKTV.Whea tin- ,....,,"* to N hkl II aspire Christ's burial and llcsurrwtlon
Ity exchanging the symbolic moment In w hlrh! the cgc -cMiHjLatiun !,i with a :r-.lUir: lu: tioii in : th! pt.!::-. d !u j fIl' oI..d.nlly..
of the two" great IIISTUnlC'. bask teas lt.7 and serenity where th ith .
kiss of and '
peace \1.1\' they In mmmttnlnn
after walking arm in arm ,''h the Almighty In their Air of triumph marls

resolved to try to pave the ,ltIlU".t nawcMm'r' as team t olt I
road to unity. rlt-.r" intlliiiiN*. h*,* a

Pope Paul VI. the Patrl- t Im,.>i. ardent wish aril. re- return to See of Peter
*"*il aplrit. *>f .'.*>*.trwril: and
arch of the West and Ecumenical
Patriarch Athen- ....-nr... iHy In order to Hnr XOMK: (NC) ,Homo turned out to give the "Pilgrim turn wiirt) a tiv.irt' full uf l.i..
|li world I at rapt the
agoras I of Constantinople srxn-thMi< nl rtorrnm any of a Pope"I a hero triumphant welcome home after hi.. thrr t.".i emotion, i-jrrvinu .I.i,
exchanged separate visits day historic' sojourn In the Holy latiul. gr.vwl! In our m..n"rv fuivr !
Ill' wurM N er. whoN* loth..c '
on January 5 and 6 on the 1 .. .. twiWel. 'witt) III' Ifteakoul.ald. After t the white and silver jet airliner bearing. Pope the rattUitil. it.I,1| n'1< unlnMHa ,"
Mount of Olives. It was the .. .Paul VI. and his suite rolled to a stop at Rome's Clampina of th* holy pl.iri"
II. aatal II was the
first time a Pope and a Patriarch e \I.., thy enllahnrate Mill West Airfield: the .Pow| ap'|
of Constantinoplehad m .ir' rfftawlounly Ut Instill gangway. both waving" at reel itlpkmuu MINI 1 civil aminilroiiuilkal ,..., It nnuM "..sum. PI .
been together the ,In truth 111.e1 people and ble..*ing. them.
since L1 t ri I- justice auihttrltl. In a 11111'a" of a 11*<'\\11| (ir.Y.nt >
death of Patriarch Josephat !i r and fraternal "lov*. .'01''< the 15th century Councilof i "Thla .Is the wit as bar Paul'i ,... hut h* ............1 liflrf exrhMiiKH of gnrrtln.e petirWmunl. kmmaily. bef.., Ih\

Florence. And it was 4 not rotted U> offer Gist 1 In from the plan ....Illy and 1'r..tctMtt $eiiei I 1"-1 the watt the sMhllma. r.. V I'".I

only the second such encounter In-1tant' prayer througliuutUil WM greeted ., th* tattum of Juy i>f wly| In the ('''.'' return ,,*,..11I, of the It >!itlon -,M I
in 1250 < pUgrimaa*, All loyal' uivikrUklng the gangway t by "rr.*>itlnt amt j>tr 4rr( l In tiHwtf ofItaltaiM "
over years. which' work Antonio I ....", and then sir *v.ry SEMI Ut confirm .\V. ran My *. / ,
The meetings near the sit. r toward rvaltalng it will. flrwl fence Britt Andre, ll lriiw>uU uf ... "
1 x minister jxHM1 tin'''*i our pi i< '"' t '
wrier. Christ suffered Ills pr2is. \ our Puppet and w* LI... ...11. who. aimmtianlml I the. IItltt Mart will||| the Poe' | hat ITT, task |M|*
Ate In the Garden and 43 :
n7 th. n whit a full Hrt |l'u f* In rtlrw "( haw honutguanl ....w" liy hi., iiil rim.tf*
da\s later ascended Into _. ,.........,. C h 1 another cWpartur from then lu a pUUnrnt/ in Th l'ul" roiu| ..l lW* rCouncil's *- /leaves gilts/
heaven. had Pope
great significanceIn
hU pt tiweed.l wrmon. l'ul|_
As pilgrim Pope begins journoy
Christendom'\ nearch for
of his
111.1 I pokf ItlHlUntr tied
unity. Both men clearly felt The "Pilgrim Pope -began his triumphant return he said it was with a heart 1pt1 I 1Onhtd..& t cusw.t.a.l success where Mass said/
the dramatic importance ( Journey to the Holy Land ina full of Intense emotion carrying en. V>\ rt a r c b A tJoMMsec.d COarvUntlnonl JMUMU.KM| "i I- isl4ul
Ih. mums L .. forever the th* sly ...ff". vocations and schools
white and silver jet airliner that left graved in Our memory VI on bte *i'li 'la the.
Patriarch' AttJ.nlt< Rome bearing the papal coat of arms HolyL 1 i
of his retinue by Mteral, arrtYed members at and colors. Three days later upon his |"lcesw" ....1.. ....1 I irft Jel.slrr Ic II.\MH( Archbishop Joseph| P HurWy! embarked menu amt ttMlhe a. flfti

..M* kt. bl..r. 44... Ira tin th* vUitatk of parUhra in the Diorea of 8t. Augustine Iii Ih*** ihuriKx In *Jn-i.
the mtvllc delegation headquarter
| on the Mount of Parishes show union with ..... ... lilph' .n|, 'Ik* (I..1 this year at Orlamhi At the dedication. of the new h* offered M4- the C'i'U-

Oliver at 9.30: pm. Sunday Pope .....wrn>iirllii( Ik* styli. I* wine of Ht.t John Vlanney $ hiad arwl Its ronvent<< In (>r- .4 I She I My H.|.ulihr hrr

Kt-inding til the doorway to Ik* Inky Jr.at ,la HHklhrM knot on January :5 i. he railed" "I"n| the faithful In all of th* ItiurHi nf the Ahrm.' 1 1Itan <
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greet him was a somewhat through Masses Way of Cross the parishes to bulk I what -cea4ry and" tu eapaml|
t..... ".1', ,"oC". In IWlhl.tH. < \.
tired Pore Paul who had dust where necessary t their

completed a Uh J._ h P Iru|| nf add a< tie I'hurrri t III lv. ,
tour "f the rink! tIn ':," < ST ..U'WSTIXKCatholics of this Diocese Joined Arrhhtllhc'l' l" hitMy'' U> maw here HU < .r in ortUr to mrt lb. ....'iI.... Ion all -..*** now ,'
My' Nvpuh' hr a cr<>si>n b'f
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r.* seemed to L i cq .k of th *. II MMIS', Hural Jordan aluA.Th
<"-rJ t. f.Mrr:? w -.- '.! Paul VI. In the Cathedral here and all over the Dioceae muiMntoua pit ( Th ArrfcMaaM*. on Hutttrrwrtmt. NW wing wMrk was Hiurirr, f'.r the Chlll'1'> '' "';
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, January 10, 100&I

a s Mass guideSUNDAY
-,. 4 Reaffirms

opposition to January 12
Holy Family (Mail cf

feast Gloria, Creed Pre

birth control face of Epiphany.)

MONDAY, January 13
Commemoration of the
Ff f OAKLAND (XC) Bishop
4k f Baptlam of Our Lorii.
Floyd L. Begin has disagreedwith missal
r tL Mass as in for
1s rPastor's a proposal by the Alameda January 13. Gloria Creed,

county grand jury that Preface of Epiphany)

a supported birth control TUESDAY, January 14

Jd h program be started for families St. Hilary, Bishop (Gloria
2nd prayer of Saint' Felix,
on public relief
d r Qa, +" Common Preface.)
The Bishop of Oakland WEDNESDAY, January 15

quoted statement from St. Paul hermit. (Gloria.
.....-- a.."",,. 2nd of Saint Maur-
Pope Paul VTs Christmas prayer
I ; us, Common Preface.)
Invitation to St. message which explained: the
open Augustine event r_ ., THURSDAY, January 16

On January 15, the annual card vation Guild and Altar Society lead- dinner traditionalFather athollc tidal birth position contest again and aril-the St. Marcellus. (Gloria, Com

tt Hotel Ponce de Leon in St. include mon Preface)
party era assisting in arrangement added
Neil A. Sager, right, and serve the pariah BO well during the Bishop : FRIDAY, January 17
I Augustine will be given for the bene from left, Mrs. Milton Coxe, Mrs. Vcraggl -
fit of the Cathedral pariah. Mrs. John Mrs. Albert Drescher, Mr, Father James F. Herlihy visited groups year. It U his way of saying thank you "We have no local probe St. Anthony Abbot.

Versaggi, VA 4-2545: will take reser Edward Curley and Mrs. Fred Ferliai.Catkotlc at the traditional pastor's dinner at St. to all the parish organizations. Father hems that are not covered by (Gloria, Common Preface.)
Brendan parish In Onnotid Beach. The Thomas R. Gross of Gainesville was the message." SATURDAY January 18

event was given by Father Sager to guest speaker this year The papal words quoted by :Mass of the Blessed Virgin

pay tribute to the parishioners who Bishop Begin are:: This Is for Saturday. (Gloria 2nd
I prayer of St. Prisca Preface
Florida unworthy of civilization. We
Sharing our treasure know that the problem of of Blessed Virgin; or
Coming demographic growth when Feast of St. PrUca, Gloria

r Kcrvke scout ... unaccompanied by sufficient 2nd prayer of Blessed Vir
St. Petersburg TransfigurationA rflllous( by a ,

8t Jude dessert card party will was presented to Eagle: Scout events Priest tells// details of means of sustenance, U very gin Preface for )Saturday, Common
and But It
Robert Donsnno complex.
Henry IOn
The Women's Guild of be sponsored by the Women's fll..I..,.. II... ,..... kHU. .... SUNDAY January 19
St. Guild of of Mr and Mrs Joseph J. .. rl.l __l... ..4 ...... unusual conversionMOST cannot be admitted that the
Transfiguration after
Jude parish will sponsor their par. Bonanno. .f ..,* lh.. Iwal, 1.'_... Ad. own solution to this problem con- 2nd Sunday Epi
ish. It will be held on January ..... ....... ml ....Ur r.wtry.alit phany. (Gloria, Creed, Preface .
annual Henry Itorwrt Is a sophomore slats In the use of methodscontrary
membership tea on 18 In the social hall N .........
4000 conversion art .. ... to divine I law and to of Trinity.)
at lilwhop Harry High
Wednenday ( .. .
January 22, between 43 Street North at 1 Donation
of rerollttion for under ColeI'rovldence
p.m. Buy Orlando

find The School and !Is a member of Z .ir the sacred respect due both
4pm. public is one dollar. Ticketsare Explorer: troop 209. He alHo ; women St. James par to ordinarymeans I marriage and new born life..
will b. welcomed at the homeof : le" visits
available after all Masses Pope boys
holds a certificate\ of merit as lib. Mass at St. James L'hurctl.D or agencies: the good FatherJohn
Mn. Francis
J. .
Doyle, 71011Card'.11 or call Mrs. Charles Kevlon The grand jury's recommendation
citizen ofI'lnellus '.m. Ilene an outstanding VATICAN CITY (>O)
Drive North. Receiving ((523-374: ) or M n. Ilohort" January 11.Women's. ing Catholic service, reading .\. Man, made to the -
the guests with Mrs. Lange ((5JO-17HO' ), County. hag of rec ,IU<'- Catholic literature. five county nupervlnwn.! Pope Paul VI paid a recent
I>*>yle will be Mrs. Thomas CIA O'llrlfaI \lfelt to the school for the
Brett, president of the guild, St. Joftrph The Catholic Daughters of lion (; XH| Shepherd (thnnh prayer and the prudent zeal Four of them i are Catholics, altar boys of St. Peter' basilica .
Orlando of Catholic friend who
V a.m. to t p.m., January t
ad Mm. Jack O'Brien, membership The Ad Altars 11, an America will sponsor a day II.Itensrrt. tears witness for Christ and< a fact which has led to press situated in the residence .
chairman. award given fur outstanding of recollection on January controversy over a conflictbetween of the canons of the
card bt. HU Church.But .
party, Ann .
I 18 /at U a.m. to be held In bt. the supervisors' religion basilica. lie greeted all 40
Joseph Chunh. The guet>t Guild DeLUry, January laI In some rare Instances I IJe a Priest In the Company and their civil pobts. boys of the school which
>esbert card party, January God seems to use extraordinary However three of the four them for entrance
speaker will be father James of Jesus I decided that I prepares
ST. PETERSBURG W. Courtney S.J. For reser- 18, Transfiguration Social means to lead a person should nut trifle longer with' Catholic supervisors quickly to seminary should they so

vstlons call I 343-0793 or Hall St. Petersburg I Into the Faith; dreams, what seemed like an Immedl. denied' that their religion Interferes desire.

.1440512. p.m., Women's Guild, spun visions and direct communi ate divine call, thrice given with their county On leaving the school Pope

FREE- 24-HOUR Columbian Squirm sorHam dinner cation. Such would seem to to me. duties. The fourth was not Paul paid a visit to 77-year-
Ascension be the cane with Robert J, I got In touch with Father Immediately available for old Bishop Lulgl Civardl retired .
Ambulance Service On Saturday, February J, Catholic i Women's Guild
Mitchell, now a Jesuit Priest. Louis' Slagg a Jesuit, at Immaculate comment. ecclesiastical assistantof
from 8 to 10 Circle 152Jof :
pm )
sponsor, January If, K:' uGallic.
Thus community service. without, ColumU.in Squires will Father Mitchell reliile. the Conception Church, The fifth supervisor KrntPursell the Christian Association
a.bobllgalloaat/rrR, l'ulTr.lnrd/ and' Marled of chairman of thegroup of Italian Workers.
cull ..r II. .. -r Attrnaant HjHinxur s variety show at flay of recollection, Ddugh. f"Miming fart: mi a course In.
O : '
yKen Equipped| struction. As Father went and a Protestant,
PHONE 342.8821 AmbuUnr e Anywhere within, sea (Viva auditorium.The tern of America January IK, gavetentative
When I was quite young over thE' life of Jesuit depicted approval, saying
{'II, Hmlt. (inx-ceds Hill be usedto I f 0) a.m., St. Joseph Church, St as St. Petersburg
C.: E. PREVATT MEMORIAL HOME build' a mission chalet lii Petersburg. my nurse took me to an in the Gospel, and that In view of Increasing
Africa The donation for the episcopal: Hunter: service ( dwelt upon) Hit mercy and public welfare cowls the proposal
Card: entrrlaliinieitt
CempleU Funeral Servicel; born $171 a 101.I IttK St. No. party
was greatly Impreiuted by compassion toward sinners' I should get thorough
show is dollar
one per per January 20, 8 p. m., Array
son. lleserve Center, West 44th the singloe of "Onward found my love for our consideration. MUMFORD

For Religious Gifts Street Jacksonville; Holy I Christian Soldiers" by the Saviour kindled anew. Even ..,,'....... AI. c..........,
music and the service in when buffeted and
Rosary ndlt. scourgedby N." fmmf .....,..
St. Petersburg Beach general. These Impressions o..d Itr
His executioners, what AppltoM
tea, St.
The 0'Shop r bt John Women's Guild, January 22, remained with me for years.At patient endurance and love SUBSCRIBE ass-tilt P..M..,. a..th

The Ladles' Auxiliary cf Drive about 18, I began to feela lie showed! liar ........ 'IU til.1141
1 to 4 p m., 71)08 Garden
Co I RU John parish will present a North. desire to belong to some I followed Jesus Into the NOW !

fiesta show and card partyon Card Party, January 22. church.: home of Simon the Pharisee,

January 23 at 8 p.m. Th. longboat Key fire )owe,, 1 I had been to the Methodist where He pardoned Mary
---t- ..... ."(_ .4 mv. Jolwk will p.m., tu llft1'na".tt. Clre, church: several times Magdalen with the consoling
.. I bit decorated for the themeof words, 'Thy sins are for-
'lwIOlIOr t St. Bernard Mbekn. with my mother but the services HEINZEN.
of St. Petersburg :1 "Fiesta Fantasy," Many Holmes 1 leach. had no appeal for m... Riven thee go In (W'ace." (
valuable prizes will lie Then I ircalU-d the Easter: My' heart throbbrd when I The Flower Dell

656 Central Ave. *- awarded. ervlte at the Episcopal: saw the gentle Saviour stand !

Tampa I between the woman takenIn Florist & Gifts lik *.. a Ilik A... *.,
Phone 824-6101 Donation! Is $1X0, which includes church and begun to K<> there, ...... t.t.tlasill /
refrenhmcnts. For reservations elM One night I had a drum In adultery and the Phariseeswho '1621 Central St.tonburg oarav avaure
call Mrs. Richard Mrs. Allte SihelUel), state which I aaw Joan of Arc and were about to stone her ash ... arah A... ...
842-4722 .
to death Wh.it : or 862-7961 n... ..Utt
Keating at 3>1 2Ml; or Mrs.( regent of the 'athullc Daughters Our I t \\Ir- LIVE I SAFELY Hfglnald Horsemen *l of Amt'tkl. has an Saviour, she *dd' "Follow mirrored In those wonlx, "He

:nor>7i 4.Ornrril. nO\lnced that Catholic women !Kim In the lumpiiny of that In. without sin among Madeira Beach
P DRIVE SAFELY chairmen of thelota In the Tampa area |Int.r..t.dIn J..tIL" you. let him cast the first Bank
eP stone. at her"
I Consult, (hit: directory before your nit <.rlM' of / are Mrs. ROM Wrlhof becoming members of the The nwxt morning I toll MADEIRA BEACH

gal w itesd.d ,.p.I,.. Yeti be glad you did. and Mrs. Hnbort' Yateti CPA are In\ItI'CI l to attend. a my mother. about thin. "Why TbU Man the gentle. Master Member ...._ _
meeting 11the Epiphany d..n't i you pray," she wild, "\11 whom I wanted tn follow. all Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. L
Gainesville parish hall IIn WediMmUy.January 1 have this dream again to th* days of my life.It Phone 391.9911 OpeC Sat ,.1%

St. John's Blessed Sacrament Student enter 15 at 8 p.m. make certain there U something -
of the meeting was clear to me that the
-- Activities\ at the Catholic purpose to It* I did. and l I had
HAZELLS' Student Center resume this U to formulate plan for the the Mime dream for the two Church which He founded For CsthoCci Of PineBai County
be the
muat .
true Church.Moreover
iTANO t organisation a court .
following nljhu. I was greatly
week with the. return of the '
OltCOMPLIMENTS Catholic students to Another Court II f the troubled as I ilki' not In that ChurchJeatM : Calvary CemeteryEndowed
dwells In the BleiMcd
Sinclair) Catholic Daughters of America
the I'nlveralty of M) ,,ctiU& understand what Joan's
OF Sacrament of the altAr.
In Florida' was h'llltltlJt..tIn words, signified.\ Care
iamiMWThere ixrmtrr 7 In After being baptized I was
Saturday ,
EARL Cd>l will t* two dally West Palm lleiKh. About this time I became admitted. as a Jesuit novice, U. S. 19 at Seth) St. N. phone S2M2II

Mace for the convenienceof a&'qIWmtt' with a devuut and later was made a sharerof
Standard Station o".stop Auto Serv'we: the students, starting; l..h4"hc" Mrs. IUin, to the PrtartN of ChrUt Off e Open 9-4 P.M. D.3r & M P.M. on Sunday

7475 Gulf Dvd. 49fl S.,einol. Hvd.PHONE January rt, .t two: and 11.15a ; JacksonvilleSacrrd whom I mcnUutMRl th* How can I ever thank Gal|

St. Pete hack" Ha. 192.1942 m. liunfrMlona' are hoard heart dream Her fee lighted' up at for ailing me to His holy

three times a week. Tue lay The SMtrd llert. ()iutblIHHIIWM ash mire. "That mean," she said. service In the c ."" ..n, of AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOf

-' -- and Thursday at 7 pm. and the wiwAing i.f a ")'9U should! become' a Jesuit Jesus!

Holy Name TransfigurationJANSSEN'S Friday at 5 piu. Sunday thrift .tot at M44 lot' <*rr*<. for the name of the JeeuUlommunliy South Pasadena

_. Stases are at IKW:: It and. M JactuonvUk. The slop wtttb la the Cacnpiinyof OHwt You Low
-- Payment For
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? \'nl"t. n..'..... p.m. Mondiky thrash' HnwrtUy. .HtK I'in nut eves a ('.\11& JACKSON'SSHOES FINANCING & REFINANCING

@ Orlando U i>ffer a arUrlH of ctrthtnf. Ik,"' 1 upWlrw..L Yew New Car

furnhttr' sad toys [..", pie T France
land nhuttly fterward' e.. e : S2.000
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STANDARD SERVICE I alaollr fr...4. Ia.|ir4 M* AICCnk only' $63.27 month includes all
Proprietor Ihtetnbwe :tcUI"" ; MiiUr per costs
49tK St. I Jltti A... N*. n.i 11.nok1 r. Jurtlan per Eau Iv attest \1.- Milk. them. Vi..... Cal or Vn, ; JOHN D. ADAMS
J. L McKnellen ST. PimilUKG i ntrtl) th' Marian a...rd t.Mb .. renloai So euimef had I entered WeyebeeCwlerd AMERICAN

PHONi Hi M12S Jean \Vnr, iteufMer. On January |... a rum ..*- than 1 knew SlMullit it ruin i ....re, NATIONAL BANK
ito i 11th A-e. s. V.\U net will l 1w ewevwl the that gull l In tile 441 Central A*. 142-DSS M&.;ii J> "..**, Oarman
Top SUmpt lot Mr and Mra. ArtHur S. al ty my III" to ISO P.Md. A...
Phone '"44" M .
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...,..... ... -. .... .., S Thrt Florida Catholic Friil-if, January 10 1961

Reflection on Papal pilgrimage \ ',' .

..f. .
President asks to
K)' a Miff MrltrrTHK J<%NH In trrmrndui adniranlnKful e. .
a a can fcxalftl in time and Y "
-.J t .
,.,, .... .. .',
; rwent trip ...r Po pr rrafflrmatktn of 'lace.Pope. 'j':0' k "r, .

VI 1 to. the HulUn,| the tidal and prrennUI" truth Paul!. bv hi* prcacnre 0(." : for U. s. peace work.nnn.I.I. /

mean munthingN to many upon w..h I r b. ('hrhlUniljri in the Holy Mire 11\t 1S 'm- pray

different i> nil. phd people I Fur those .
: : I. Jordan (:NOPresident) Lyndon B.
Who world of the Christian hehif)
yearn for Christ Urn witty It N at the same time m y Johnson has requested Poly| I'tul1! to pray for the
the meeting of Pope. and Patriarch in the reality of triads hrhtc,
act and a demonstration of the of God success of United Stated efforts for world lJ'act''
to an aunpk-ioun sign Faith in the reality of the In The U S. Chief thatat
Executive also hope
expressed a
>Vf other, the prenc of tike IVtrr, tar! first Pope,

the Pope in a strife torn astir carnation ence of God-the among corporal men pre Paul| M manlfpM puMk l ly an appropriate time he could meet with the Pont rf.

e< the world to a hope that that ('hrl-l l h the "Non <>( the 1"1'0'i Pull revlsindwl| l w .irm l.wikr.l from the faun
Michael SchmiUM the up
lose I" cut overcome. hat*. The nt German th, *mln Ulna l.o..l.! \ h i I". N"ih requests. but there wilt| he wllllnzly M,"uhl| | oltrrthe

inert fact that a Pope has oloftan, Pope Paul went to the II, a 1_ i 11.. i in\ Hiit ton of ujhcre
fur Ihe rrgoeetrdh.lrntiont
|prerra |
once noted that Chrlatlanit\ .
tentured M far from the Vatican Land!. nut as one N how t .d-.u-r'i i mevtiiix would anil that HP nitIpprertdtil.

.U for many a rign that unlike the reliirion of myth to ee relic of past hit, .r f t I .K,' i.l.UP In the I'nlteili .. thus the Pir,.l.
dues not start the of tie |
the ardent Se* of ROOM lie went M one who>> w''I.i II :; ..1 i ut the \.itliun .
origins with unit had l in nip the irqur-l-w{
retfchea out tangibly to the (11upon a venerate 1M places halliwri, 1 "- 11 Uwunra were mailev
time but in the fifteenth
w hose world. by the ,presence of Cad He .' '"v It Sarient Mhrt\er. The lasts nf the i'letukn <

How all theM .aspirations1U year of the reign of Caesar went as one who NH! a !I'"\e r 1! u i ..f the I' H IVao.h. letter hut )bawd tI5|xl l. Init' the

b* fulfilled U something transcendental.4uiru iuhatever and Metahistorical be the. for the location> hl':'. the t J 'J \<. .) delivered( the Thief K!(,,,'lit ire J..l.ld.,1I"l | +twrlpt -

that only history will tell drama of man'. Mil\atit i 'to I' rant i H letter to the IVpehe in hl- own hamlurliinif

We are too clo.e to the actualent ilimennions of .Chris.tirntty placed out. The- trip w_, 4 a I '5 was visiting the In which he exprr....e the l I.t"tof
\ to have the Int'.llloIhl. communion with the e.rt II I, I .ll\d\ I Ii for It meeting with iiit

neceasary. to ee perapecthe what >ul\'.itiun !h that the tastily reality of Gods love for m \ i lukl newsmen her Pontiff, Shriver luiUI Th..t..
of lliniton earth
impact the Poi*'< visit will presence Every thrtstlan I liiii.- I l'la' Pope seemed. waA no mention of a data ..r

tare on Christian unity or f\ fry man of guml will. w.i* r ,J.- r, 01 i partlt'ularly when VUnv. nv aiMed.

on peace Pope addressed Innpiml b>' this pilgrimage ,> '1' -I i t the |.rtliMi .11 ,the let The Pope" will he wnuM M

Thta U not to say that the the Pope It WM the an of 'v '. vkiinh the ..,......nt. aic "....pp U> place hlmelf" at the

papal pilgrimage U without King Hussein on doted man. a manwho ,', : I."t., asked) the heat! of ntnvenlence of the frvHiilrnt

iifnifteance toda>'. bearing the aweauRte re>i I..m. i .h,,lu, hunh In pray when the optnirtunltv arts, '

arrival in Jordan Ibilily of the Papacy. ncettheles Ith,' Y n, 'ii. I s !pore effort and MhrUer Nakl lie saM. this' kit,I Iml

On ihp contrary, this tl..ll lrmNhiltpr nptewiirtU that t ih.
.\MM\V: Jordm c\n-(: goes to worship <- a: L'' i Ihr walk nf the nwNin
of the I'ope to the |>|J PkjiKtiflrd humble follower of t oSaviour b 1'\1 i*' vk" mid' tettttall I. ill
the of the
Following ID text
b the >rp..encr .>( It-1
Januar) 4 speech of l\itf| ; iMliI. IK I oh> *
rdul1\ to King lluaoein of The trip of the Pope to theholy

Land was In lb.It-t
Petersburg J i in taut
analysis a .. rmon. It w,is imK IMTKOSI/K: THrMKDOWNTOWr4:
\\ e are mont ap| .lathe.
of your kindness In taming ..."1 news t>f sal\jtt I I t" nprmKhrd ..... ..- .ti It t' t.ItTI"Ut; :

.. ..
by action It '
to welcome IM personally on 'We to said
clear and forvrful renal"IIi i. come .orav., Pope
r-- our arrlxal in your kingdomOur ,
while world thai
. visit U a spiritual one ) In Israel! during his Holy <. venerate\ thr holy' plans we come 'C'Y'
'Jt"r'.1J the futiie'' of t time! 1-al i eA.ST :RLfN 'P8. .RM:
: .
a humble pilgrimage to sacred grimage' Pole| Paul V 1 abo\i 1 IJ u pray He client| a whole day m the ,
His Son bur oj' a A
\ places made holy by the birth tarn( the t..." his sit:ech at the w'k'! min, c :rr tour of Israrl'a pilgrimage .1....... act I1515 r..... .,..r., ... ., It"

/eua33o lift'. I'.uwkin and death of .ItHiiv uniki thercumt" 5.... .--..., 111.1 .ad ..... .............
41'I ax a pilgrim!: 'Ime ._ pl.l.p .M It......, ......... .... .... hap
l'hrtJ llle.. Slid. I. .1 It. 1.1
I St Petersburg Kwurrectkm and Aoceni 1111 I..... ad -test
.i PrayerWith 4, \to .Ilf..all\m. n....."......

4645 9th Street North :;.t
\l radii of three \fnrrakli,

..lnln<*.. Me shall pr ) for that Pope Paul offered for unity

AUTOMATIC priwe Mhl h Jr..u. Irft M III* I
Enjoy at Holy Sepulcher shrine
fiiM l|>le
"KeepFilled"DELIVERY the world rannut lire; but .III Kt:"!"' \I.I! :M, .Ionian ( M') Following la. the prayer :-, -I : :.

it hit h rump from fulfillmentof for l't i ,, 'lath unity made I by I'ule| I'aul2 at the lUmlUaU4 I 1.11 I

|hits niniandmpnt to .k>,.. ", I. .. J -t _
Phon.i one another .. Ida lute* u.. 0 1IIMJM" 1'1.110"1| Ull el. m> I Ihr | 1..1"'" >.t ..1
St P.t. 878.1111CU Jam ry I : .
v a" h. Mirfu iiIhu1..Iii.i .oI I
.rw.t.r 44VJJI4OLDEST four Majesty. we know U .1 I Ir-1"- "<" ItnU..uirf ..
1'"11. III ,.k', Hut I ill nilaw1'elarr "
uttlt'lIt1y< ( desires I.*. .... sled/ i ipr k..n in iii HM ik-..iifami >
sold .ntriMMlfnt \ I"
"-|*'ut\' for your people $ i. iixiliili,. .IHI' in iiirf JACKSONVIUI
th. ..i -Itk.
4 alit I fur all nation of the tJ ," ,rg peas, .1.11'. it Uw
1"" \ ( esii ..Ift etet i list I If
and LARGEST w..Mil. and we, Four's WK )' r, <>f iiur 1 1x1.%vision and
sal well willis, not the ileaih
IN PIN ELLAS (re-.or remember his raiser if ri,lellt> pieta us In ,
Ri last always (lilt> llf. lit .,tone, .
H to Psalms in his I first ftI I rtalnlN MINI| lu taste

1'1'1-11" He who would love (I,frlnsnui <>f > ''ui ntrri> prufMtlniiJilv" Irani our pr.> n ,
end free (hem fn, the
9 at life. and we .Rise) days '. 3 i O i suit nf ernir' ilnlna them i iYour I.,
let him turn away frum1\ ; Tew !her. gits UP In*

and dot g'...L let" him eek f ..uri' h to r....!\. uthers in holy I'hurt'h, to lb.Irwin. .
sit gent nf Your
after |prate sntl pursue It"I (ord' 'hat w* may truly b*
0 I, IVter, 2, 111, f..fl'. i 'i b\' Yuu

St IVter alto wrote Honor U I rd Jesus. tear IWdNm

all men, lute the brotherhood; King of JordanKing ., at i gh.ph Mitrus In-UII lit u.

fear n.M|, honor the king (1. <'.C:.| M liy lu ki-. M \_. \r H t n*A. 0,0 p'crccn

lr ".uil stub. thai, foiluiiM,
Peter, 2,17) HuMirin, monarch of Jordan, wu at the FLORIDA

May lest grant our prayer airport to greet Pole, P.ul1 upon| the latter four a nani*> and with urtetfi "- RC 01.CNaO.Ak .

and that of all men of gond arrival (January 4)) at Amman to start his huturk "at Vimr .< Ire' .. inVBAI ..
>... ...1 all .ur Irvthim,
will that, living together In pilgrimage to the Holy PUcrs Thin picture was in Y. '11 NATIONAL

harmony and accord, they made M the 1'01'| e presented a 1111| (x-UI. mftt,1 l I 10
O led
Jsau. mti "H*dMemK i
another In love
may help one King 11tlastn. .
awl 1--, situ htt. RMMMknowiji > "
and justice and attain to unlver HANK Of JACKBONVILLI

,.al) in the true to M Your supremedlr. .
pewe ,_ .._
M 1.
45 at
that all may h* IMarsn >, .. _..w...r r Ya .a..t. ._ass _aaawr'I..r S

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esks God's world

Catholic Comment Refusing; Christ's I love Dogma holds vast truth

natural power of \15101\

can sentence men to hell AS we well know we are which is called the Light cf

I Pope Paul, the builder of bridgesTHE due for some tremendous Glory we shall be temple j

surprises when, after
If you're right' in to cry out to God. \\i-y

meeting of Pope Paul VI with the linking of the great Patriarchs of EVEN that men cane- 11, death, we open our eyes of upon faith Father didn't you tell me that 1'u
God. The truths
Ecumenical Patriarch of Con. the Orient with the See of Peter. fuse God once and for ,ill! ill which we have learned from Leo' J. would be like this!"
and so doom thenwelyef' to t1r ij ijC God would have to an4 e-
of The visit to the Land 'fit books and sermons will seem
Btantlnople was a bridging cen Pope's Holy Buffer In what you call rill, Trees "I tried to tell you but t

turies. focused the eyes of the world upon it still remains that reality
Our present Holy Father, the the beginnings of Christianity reminding could free them from au'r.Ing \ smite us then. By study understand without seeing"
Christians of all faiths that by annihilating thun. Manifestly this imagined tl. t.
Pontifex Maximus, is already being and by attentive listening we
the Son of God made Man founded Anyhow why does He cr.'.te feel that have learned logue with God is whlmxu,',

hailed by the world as a builder of but one Church and that the true men who He knows will go much about we the nature of ---.... ..p'ItralnPd In heaven we shall be mu i

bridges. to hell "it wouldbe too busy loving God to u
hope of the world lies in Christian God of grace and of redemp-- to answer

Catholics should pray daily for unity. lour qUI'"lJlln'r--II1"| 11I"mthrlMflinx tion. quite useless, my child dulge in such asides.

(' like yourself| Iimagine wondering If the damned What you now know cannotbe T"o conclusion emerge
We hare made oar art of into word, and If It
I : like me C'C'r llnIJ- were offered annihilation put from what we hate Bald
I faith In the dog nut drflnnlfor could, no one would under
St. Foundation find the eedles.nes. ..{ hell's would they want It? forget
Augustine plans
suffering all but unbearable about the boiling pitch and ut by the (hunt \\e stand you." The first conclusion U th tit

the fiend with red hot pinceri. IIhU'hat throe dogma are This is not to say that our is absurd for us to let x,:.
If only there might be sad
as Hell! Is not like that. ... lloneter we haveManely dogmas of faith are Incorrector selves be troubled by terns;
year 1965: will mark the 00th cross to remind the nation of its to It!
TIE There Is emptiness frustration a glimmer of understanding capable of revUion. That tatlons against faith on 't.

anniversary of Christianity In our Christian beginnings; a library to In the third century (>rl-! rage all eating at the of bow true theyare. would be to fall into the score that there are points ,1\
house the historic documents which
nation. Ken, the most powerful Inellett loci wrapping them in bitternew. heresy of modernism, which our religion which we l., '"

The of Florida be tell the story of our great past anda the Church had km "n Hut might their self- holds that religious truth Is not understand. God bets: %
people can The human mind and human
Votive Church which la I a pledge since St. Paul teems to rnve love be of such an intensity relative subject to evolutionas Who lie Is, how could \\"

proud of the fact that we have been that this nation founded on Faith, felt that at the end ealava'"nwould that they would refuse an. vocabulary simply/ are. man grows in scientific hope really to understand
incstpenie of exposing the actualities
entrusted with America's Most Sacred will continue to be built on Faith. reach all (though not nihilation clinging to the welt which dogmas know ledge. The second conclusion !II

Acre-for it was at the Mission The monuments to the past and Satan'!). And we never t<.ally they have made their god'- our that no amount of t hi" %
seek When
to absolutely
expreiw we see No dogmas are
of St. Augustine that the Cross of the pledge to the future will certainlybe dismiss from our mi:,''Is their world well lost for love, God as He really is, the definition true a"* they stand' and knowledge can bring us t 0 :t

Christ was permanently planted on a great credit to the Catholics of the "All shall be weir of the self.lover of God as "The twlfexlatlng. for keeping utreligiously confrontation with God as l'.
our shores. this fourteenth century EnJtIh': tery necessary actually is.
generation.We .
If that were a MmMliilllr, infinitely perfect "on >ur.e" and

The plans-sponsored by the St. are sure that everyone In our mystic Julian of Norwich It would help an an annHrrto spirit" will strike us as an protecting ua agalnot Prose It l.. only In prayer tintwe

Augustine Foundation celebrating the Diocese will want to take part in this nut how? If the main > ,,ifferlng the second of our qurit utter alwurdity. The cathe- error can encounter God: thai

400th call for heroic noble of hell lie In m Is chum will teem like an Infantile .
anniversary- an effort. lion*-If Gal knows a man we tan experience God
which only God can m 'et, effort to describe the But for all their factual-
will tit hell does he
then !if souls continue to I 1.lt. go why Indescribable fleas dogmas simply cannot Without meditative prd%"r

Sacred Scripture God It Is hard to see hoW create him? Our first impulse will be impart an experiential knowledge our I knowledge of God RUM

the needs can be met and the Why not leave him uncreated to bog God, Ties. Lord let of the reality which remain theoretical and our

I suffering cease; It l I. harder Just what is meant me go beck and tell people underlies the dogma. There service of God perfuncturs

Sorrows of persecution psalmedWE still to me how they tin foe by the certainty that a nonexistent what You itally arc like. All is and must be an enormous In prayer our apprehen-i"n

brought Into the living Ion. man would he the years we've been talking gap between the \erbal statement of God still will be "thruu h

tact with Cod !In whuh damned If he were given about You we've been saying of the truth and the a mirror In an atwcure nu...

have in psalm 62 another I live lifting up my hand, I heaven consists.All existence Is hard for the imagination nothing God absolutely I truth an it exists In its three- tier,"' but even that mUI h "f

example of the will call upon your name ((5)). this our present Clllf'i: ( to cope with. nothing," dimensional being a glimpse can be enough >

poignant spiritual homenlck- Father And this Interior com tinner sees; but he sees ,mnlhllatlon We imagine God as seeingall And God would be ('on.AMEnICASS. Ai we receive the super transform our lives

liens experienced by a levlte munion with Him bring as a way out. and that a given man woulddo

John J. pt ice to hU troubled heart non-creation as a way (If not on the way to damnationthe
has been dischargedfrom
who The backdrop
J Ills Jr"y.r goes cm around going In. We remind him mil lives he would .affect

the service of the Castelotpeace the clock Unable to sleep |M. Incidentally ourselves, that the woman he would marry,

temple. Whatever the reason cause of his grief and anxiety we have no clear light on any the children he would beget
for his dUmlMal I. It has been he spends| ). the restless hours of thin. the sins he would cause Why don't more Americans vote?

engineered by unscrupulous of the night meditating (JGod' We are cf'rulof the love others to commit; then we try I
unfeeling enemies. In what --- who boast with traditions much like
kindness to and support of Christ we are certain of to Imagine God a. slicing him try
amounts to exile, he purr And now he Is faraway of Ills faithful servant. democracythan our voter
the existence of hell, but ,into out of existence before he own partlclpatl n

out his soul to God in prayerof and terribly desolate. Like a little child holding how the one ran be r f'>nriled rould .gln-tlndinlC another other nations enjoying a In the last three election! ,
yearning/ which throbs This is how Priests of our universal suffrage, have one
', hutand for the another *
the other woman
fast to Its mother. for reassurance with we < in has been approximately N
with pathos own day must feel when of the poorest voting records
father for the children
sometimesseeing '
he holds fast to God only speculate, J hn cent
It I I" nee of he mot deeply enemies of religion take overtheir with supreme trust And Just a gleam of light, sometimes (unless, of court their existence In the world! li per
countries clone their The last 80 have seena Curiously, despite t the
Is tobe cancelled' along
mntlng of the pnulin. It I be as the mother answers the a tantalising possibility .
glnat churches, and either imprison gesture: of her frightened that light might he there if with his). All the lives he wide extension of the na apathy of the young "pii i ,
exile. them tion's school A largerpercentage \ of the rl.'COmmE'ndlt'I",
or The sjiwlal would have affected syatem ( one t r
strain ever
child by pacing a protecting we rmild hut our es t'tin
O God you are my God service nf God; to which they arm about its trembling c holy Inch further always with would have to l>e different.So of the nation's of the latent commlnil"n \1

whom 1 nock; for you my have dedicated themselves God strengthens the soul the awareness of all that we Interwoven are we, thatIt youth attend school and remain make a report one 1ppt'I'.: td l

flesh pines and my soul body and,<< soul 1s
thirst I i like the earth and their lives are suddenly vm human will-and over all the ter of pulling out one threw! ever lief ore. Illiteracy bas Still fewer people vote Incongressional hower wan that the \I"j"" <
lifeless. and without How In the third utanaa. the been \ reduces' And In elections Since be lowered ,
parched l. dark and empty( ardently << mastering Net that God is It would 1 Man a 'HIIe\4ItM\ sharply age to 13 r'I I'*
water. they must yearn for a return author envlnlonn, In the exng- love arranging and rearranging recent yeses courses hue late the national turnout in If the I'Ug1ble'oterl m ire

lie II not really separated I to the sanctuary and the gerated style of which Oriental l>y (Hat 1, a myriad direct Inttr- twin Introduced Into the curricula non presidential election: 21 to yearend bracket ikt not

from God of Course, for God slur! are sit fund the Just From the I,,T. ears has never reached Mjr take the trouble to go u t' .

in everywhere, But the Lord punishment of the men re nothing muot Bi-paiaf u" secondary hook dealing cent, ranging from a low pulls, what reason Is th.'! < t'l'

was torulderrd\ as manifesting iterognlsleg the fact that pohnltl for Ms plight., .\|,,I what If, at the end of with the reapunsiWlHUm of tif ;30 per cent' In 19J8 to 43 believe that those In the 1 1- .1)'
Cal: In always near him, Upon annihilation ai a way all Ihlng., It turned out that cent In 12.
citlsenshlp. her bracket
lm would show
The last year a
Ills In a special verse pn *
presence wherever bo may b., I ho out do w, get any gleam the damned would still I I I Women battled for to ,
to have Iron aihlrd) at yeas greater Interest In exern .
In the tempi There the seems rj
way pnalniUt" pr.,. to Him from Notery mush, certainly. rather bo than nut t*. lei, a smaller prrrrnUz win the right to vote but the franchise?
later lII'e.hfon It
had served Him at ( wasusmi
1'lIllml.t Joy. the depth of hU ilured' God will not annihilate. we of |>fTMin ) eligible to tote time they got it, their -
fully feeling quite near to souls In he liturgy .. a know 1hee shall go into>> Assuming that 01 l could bate |>trUe|>Hlr Him and experiencing si a prayer IIIr the ktory of the eliminate In advance our
as lH.
evtrhattaff p'IJIKhtMfbut. turn of lh* tenlnry teen away from the poll In .the
result a profound spiritual Thus will I bless you while I king I over his eti wW.. the jut Into emoting" life." iU4Mtloner| wishes su that than U the kit quarter vf tower\ than that of men.percent : belief that their one vole

Nut why doesn't God put the only those what would chou*>e the prftlwu crntDry.In would hate, no effect on chit

damned out <>f their miserydoesn't Him were allowed to come to Icy contract other nations outcome thasi for othrrrraMin.
Father Michael V. Gannon It would Introduce the election of hell. | any
men' y remand It? ciinception. with .h..1 suffrage have .

Million of Nombre D. Diet Here "we may fln
la dark. Yet I find royselfSouth the chok-e enfranchised males went' to Yet history doc not bear
the poila. In the early 1901" Voter participation In this out.

voter participation declined Italy for example, has ex If the feeling' among voters
t: ahalptcns
Cjne Washington letterJoint steadily, dwindling to 41 per t'HOrll'd la per rent In fIlCh of that their Totes do not court

smt In 1030 It. did not teeth the bet four national elections. could be dissipated. If the

flouiCA catholic 11IStOI; Y W per cent until the era of In the German Federal "let Oeorge do it" attitude!

action initiatedto Fraeklln D Roosevelt and Republic turnouts at eke- could be changed the percents '

hM only slightly. nl'Mdft1 ttons lots ranged' from 78 to of eligible voters gotr;

Chapter alIT U.solalloe an4 miseryrharadrrUnl l four In number during this that percentage' in the put nT per rent In the test U to the poOl could be sub)>

Ike |'|oaf rH pedal. found them to )<. invigorate alliance deride tear* And In (inada. a coun Manually Increased.

was not until 1303 that I Indifferent to Christianity
|>aaUti ..111.....'* abet utterly

Ins Franciscan missionary the Florida CeorgU: cad (}ovtnor Pedro Men- Question bogGod's
/IIU: rnroMlent Lyn former purulent of I ulumhUami '
program for KlorUU really Carolina toa.lltae.. codes Marques rer. .rkMl this W
onrtlme general aerie.
don H John-utn hMnaoved
get underway For the 20jears tr.IItI' the miens 11ft..
here t o-wtHnate tan ft OVS who U I said ki
colonies had nut "
prior to that date the Th. new lee to &tnk) ItaMnlnnoC
pnnel l to be selteuppoottingand roiled HiatM aid<< to Latin have d-wJlnnl for reasons ol laws control
first KranclMini In 1'101'111.u(1"rl..nffll ")11 It Our Lord science
frustration sM from the mother pJto "........... l4 lAm.."" nthotmelvM health.
( too many that they some time !..>
to be able to count country hd Urn, niggardly.As come giwl and CtirMUn. for have nar.d dig Haul PreMih. Argentine y, |Wi melBlt an-l Mtf
their apiMlolate among the for the IndUM, therttinrlscsos at "....., there. Is nu .... ciaivety to give *i ur a lauthority economic eapert now with es _.,.4M rash other I creation of the work!. The U 1111..1\'''' hy death.
than to AUUtice (tll( Pasltreal the UN who to presently espi >
ImlUns never more hutch his
a auetus thtTttey not made KIth the "
.(f.... | .ed to plaiMtaff a worM A >->n>etlmea there ta anapeswvnt any proper diapneitk'l.d
flatly that theyito l a.ttt\e definition of the way (, ...>row fi?r ale and a era
eay n nf.re... on com metre and. contra.nt ton between
M. J. Murray not w 1aIto become so.e l're.l.l..l I J....... .,. hits m which the Biblical an.,mt li. 'i 1"n .., Ine In conf" n..t.1 t
for Geneva la UM revlat"iii M Mlenc
pmrtuctkw .
.rtslly the adult men awl .."' ... t.."... (', toss. I'...... ; < ( the creation u to he tmrrIHeteA with the l"muul.lm.n"1
| of .... hut It must roman
women I If w., cosne to sekthem ................ I* 'In...... ahead 211"ln. both reveutkm apparenthest sad lathoik are fr,* to the lTrpcs of tie t'h.' ",

Strange but true fur their children. rnlo up Ik* IwiilnMrrW-.* Anlunto CarrUlo Plorei.Mexlciui science aria from Gad amiIhstvnw aoept" the Int<ta, ..n thryprefer she mai "rif""M 1'\01 i ttjt jbnrt

teeth i tacit the doeteas. cork ....., towyw and isabeaaudue there he BO trap aa they 41tHlitt" | altered. t&n elf'

teml,ht, Heft. SONX News Service ., thejr will. Hut give AMertcan nftortl 'tltMi.. to the U'". He at eheisrtertasvl Indlttlon.aerehtna*. CM sssjssI" fed tsrtssjM hy. the fhur, h. Commurti n (If f y' e. y
lease M being a that M crested the III tx.iuniverse I. '
them and an there will W HM and utlslsM oil. toI.:1'I: JT: \ tie. !i
heel sset inHrMlU w.v 1clMl.
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fruitful ,...... whatever. ta
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A si th* end of Ms- Netther rtreteuon. ,
d .rs Mew rWtsgls.airu. n. r "
this &..anu'U Our* lad leer to sM up the o.Ia.... ISJSBSSI Is rimsrasjilwhy withtaM alt.. II,ee a dvftnlte ** .
takes a hand In ...... SOT the alsVMK. (it'AW.n toC sad apbhYa. tMIIII. .. tilt sjusniuns
..1..ty thnl* the aehr (where tMld at hltMld. the ssttsr to ..aaasrd c.mer sthv 1hc.Florld'a
Illpanl.h. is raiM *t *o tae e/ the world i ,._
1> ,' alai a4 of r>*ur AIio .... Antonio orb MetM. ttestts with hysrsJ sad sssnesleJTile
.... tattwes..War" .... A*
tarsas asaeit that
UrimiBwhat as... dhow rtMnrtol expert.' ; Cte Pisa, long f )
ItSltM HBTSiel Ptuer..1It UdIWL d ttetw wore .....' QithotleIf
liberal sad lesser
t >:Ii"<> !yrta to. rsstMH I press concvrn! of the Mbit IsI
to taMrwhM that ear arnt ul Kms4ur. Rofeens 1M heisatlsa 01 Uw r .
,. r thIs new intessssir isvrh MI .Uta.. but seer
Will hate PUfl04 mftvssv M.oo tMrMI d the -u.a .t.r'
i > UI end heacre -
ni es
r I ''A..t. later weal mm M la-npn-s woeht SMke the. sstoUihs tt
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..te fn-m hhWrtR ...... Ilse'. RrMtltan omh.sstblr tsj cry htas.a "", t-.,
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..... I, tits bratisaae .. MMe, telaiMlaa ,
they arrvntUSf M .oases a .
wile ..... a ssis a dab ti Ras
putet Itt. ... healer to hate
.1 to ph ttMlf c.- ss, prestone .
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f..ttwesd .mot MsAserle.a aIUIIII anti .
the actosKsfht .
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t 'kns u:+etn "ar'"... hr.alb llcrrarlItatad ebR r--a. _... Ns r.
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5 The Florida Catholic, Friday January 10, 1961 .
;-:--- Pope's tripEmbraced

Cenoc/e/ gives sacred memoriesof R 1 rwir all

Holy Eucharist's institution in spirit,

JERUSALEM, Israel motto of the ecumenical after Christ's Ascension. It

'(NC) -A flood of sacred movement sweeping Christian was here that the Holy Ghostdescended Bishop says

memories swept throughthe bodies throughout the world. on the Apostles on '
M The
mind of Pope Paul VI The prayer wall quoted by Pentecost It came to >.. used Pri'shU'iit tSIIIM.TON.uf the I I..tln(. )Anu.It ..

as he entered the "upper Pope Paul In his Christmas as a church am*, was spared ,'
'. C. iI.
in nhh..p 'in< 11t,1l"1J[
room" or Cenacl message as he explained that destruction when Roman Emperor '
during \1.1 n 11..1 I arr.iln of r.il Ii.
one reason for \lsttlng& the Titus practically leveled
his visit here. Holy Land was to pray for Jerusalem In 69-70 A.D. ;
This is traditionally regarded Christian \1 I lld nut K" to the HI>Iv
unity. At the time of Saint Cyrilof
as marking the I ..itnl i .dune-every l.ithillc.
spot Jerusalem! ((347) It was
where Christ Instituted the ChrWs prayer In the Cein known as the "upper churchof ; went with him.

Eucharist with the words : aria wa: "That all may be the Apoatl.-'UPlJer'' because III-hop Larratn wrote a

'This is one, erne an Thou. Father, Q MIW\'I.I. comment:iry on the
my Body This it vas situated on
U me and I la Thee That .
; or Sotin.it
fops 11 pilgrunuge
Is my Blood"Just Mount Slon and therefore
they aUo may be one In ."*." (...".ltiBN. Spanish and racist t
one month earlier higher than the Basilica of
.. .. gill.language. rwNC'I'\ n e
Tope Paul I had promulgate But the Pontiffs sacred the Holy Sepulcher. It was -- -
of the M'WC: drl+.ut-
the new constitution on the memories as he prayed in the also the episcopal church until prow
Cenacle New Priest offers Mass at St. Judo'sFather meat in Washington In it
liturgy which is aimed at must have been 335.
hv ,illeil 1'\, Paul s join m-r
making the sacredness and tinged with sorrow as he recalled Under Archbishop John 11 Lawrence Schu. k in the sanctuary was Monsignnr deacon: and Father John Murphy, .,
uf Inner liU-i iu( itdestined
4 sign
beauty of the Eucharist more the checked history of of Jerusalem (3S6-417)) a OS.B., recently ordained fort! James J. Mt'<'han. St. Judea pastor assistant priest Father IjtwrtnceM to attain fr.Mlom' ia

meaningful I 1 to Catholics the holy shrine which has splendid basilica "the Holy Leo Abbey, celebrated his filet! the! officers of the Mass Included the son of Mr. and Mrs.( Victor truth" liec.iuxe. 'thfic i.. ".inexndiM
throughout the world. not been In Christian hands SIon. was erected on the solemn Mass in St. Judy Chur ', Father Leo Schlowcr 0 S 11 deamn Shuck. nf hum.lnltv th.iteeki
The Cenacle also served for more than flue centuries. site of the primitive Cenacle.
as (above<< ) St PctcrsburK Kneeln! s Father Brendan t the site where Christ enunciated The Cenacle was used' u a This was destroyed by the
of evil to renih' the outlaw -
two great principles of general gathering place for Persians in 614. It was partially sly pi
land of sanrtiv"Ile
Ills new way of liCe: peace; ChrUUans In the first days restored between 631 Papal retreat

and charity. and 634 and destroyed again Popes have had few but dramatic \ .\Tir\N fTM') went un to x.it."l.'trtjr :

The s e two ideas have by the Saracens In &A& : dirHkin, trninwlKitlfr '

served as key points of papal Goa stalls After their arrival in 1000. lN>|x"> Peal VI and thnne at hll Urns' has ar-

messages throughout the. the crusaders rebuilt the edifice previous meetings with patriarchs inKinlng| him un the Holy rni'I'd''I'| ',| the IVj'e ua this

Christian era as Christ I s merger with and named it "St. Mary hind pllgrlnuige. prepared' for |1.1""t" !"'**. "hlih U MM
hears remediesfor of Mount Sion" in uf UASHIMiTON rrfwed 1 t at the 710 at the inviutioit" of
prescribed memory ( ) -- . ,
the maladies of mankind the adjacent sanctuary dedIcated Face-to-face encounters b<.- 1 Kmientr: Juitinun 11

They were the key thoughts I Indian statel to the Dominion" or twcen lopeB! and the patriarchs Hy )I- '" tnrv, ur VH.' the H, m. and, I'mt..,.intlimple spiritual l rvtrwit on the afterit *Our I H a I Ie"HH, ufferlug(
In the first Christmas message Falling Asleep of Our Lady. mn of January ) and vexed, 1"".'.1''h'n. I' ''Ill,'
of Pope Paul. India t1'tPnme The i-Yanclmans obtained of Constantinoplehave lV>jie \initne. hu ml. I1\' had nrrluun. ilirfrici\t. 1I\o'r The three Cardinals In the ularly I..tln Amnti' .i. I tout I uf
been few the
Minister Nehru has charge of the shrine in 1:t-U over centuries IIIMN a'iol l t.i. me nmvlncwilthat I canons aihipted h l >' the I'nuneil Popes .-rty-Kugene Curdl-, anguish And lu>|M>. ran fI'l n,>'\v

It was' In the (Onarl that Maid that because of fears and always dra ) of Trullua In ...... h this
at the direction of !H>pe Clement th'tIUhrU', dectelona Home Its spiritual strength > "

Chrl t told hixMlc| a. among the large Catholic VI and w Ith the permission matic. Here oriiuHkn. H. CMtflrmcd l hal l rruM>l to recognisetheen. risd Ttawrant ttoMt of the pilgrimage through the Holy'

they were gathered around community there, the former of the sultan of Jeru The Ian such meeting ended t+olbgs of lartttnaks; Amleto Uml

the table at the l
"Peace I leave >ou. My should not be hastily merged sultan! expelled the Franciscans Joseph II and lope KugeneIV The Patriarch at the lime earl the Kmperur. and thePatriarch. seereury at slate; and Gus work of Vathan (..nn. u II

peace I give yuu. :Not all the into the neighboring state of in 1551 and the Moslems came together in northern WM' lututrhlos: and It .Is assumed Kyro Through tavo Oirdlnal Test, servtaryof the fulfillment <.f tl)>epruphsHie

world gives do I give to you.* Maharashtra. split up the church In various Italy In an effort to heal the 1 Hut in the y.sn the skillful dtplMMry. he wastM the sacrsti cungrtsjaUon. fur (nOM> onu i>I

After Hi* Resurrection. The premier la a .Nrhrltima ways" making a nuwque
Christ again entered the same ,l.lt here said po hut of the "upper room." and ll-me in I 10 MTheokHilcaUy. o 4t I'. and UM Patriarch issiiias and still liMP hi* memlwrs uf the pilgrimage tine of ths Church hat t.c

room through linked chmrs this encounter throne.Itowever.. Joined the Pimps at 430: >> gun in spite <>f the i..n.u.
and HU first words to the was" sMveexful because matMet I. rotations ile. .arlaratod > p... fur mrditiiUans In theMalllile winds awl lMnpr..t*. Th.- iiu.
of ioa; Into Mahara.hlramight .
: war the ( 1'' .eII' was' wrestedfrom
mnftrmeit the iK
frightened DUclples w ere. adteroely after 1krlrrrllKl the Monlrm a a 4 frll the two U.nes agreed to resolve Pettily In the ....t ewe rhapel" In the Vatican lark radiant summer ,u already .

"Peace be with you." ...u. tradition and Ibrlrlullure. lalu Israeli hand. a major) !I"IIW of tams .1uialae "I r the eouncll Pope turtas, culminating in formal p.hw'e.IMtrat| \ outlined OMT th.. n'it

In telling forth His doctrine tentlon But the ttwvmenlWM ,.....-, s as allowed &0h..m.w.nl soh lam In 1064 .nd a fanatical l preacher was lather too distant he""lcll.r'" \ theClrareh

of charity, Christ toll During the last century anti popularly repudiated and )uur e\ Hut he sack i>f I'onrlantinuple In iinlio. of the Oratory uf and of natuwia the

His Disciples' In the Canada Indian troop WTented. Goa a half that the Moslems held pn|" and prtrlkarrh have not never. in "if It. dying In Sadly I1D4 by Latin rruMMttra The 81 I'hillii heft at lessee. VrurM !hurlaiMi'

at the Last Supper. from Portugal two years ago the shrine Catholics, represented met since Hiy was davtrnyed end IheIMP < lIoIlIu ilur'eae. -Nn In vain did. the |1.110 i|

"This is my commandment Nehru aid that Goa had by the Frinctscans, Thin U the bMkffround to un June :. JM Latin' patriarch a. well .> a ....... of Paul VI I enl l nil

that you love one another a* had no elections during its visited the Cenacle twice a the plan that Initiated the Tk T\t mrrllMf. dwtweea l
I have loved you 450 )ears of Portuguene rule year: on Holy Thursday and meeting l..twee \ loti) Paul I hope| and 1..1'loin h ram !I. IsMtalled. the light of which' ..e 10'#

"Hy this will all men know and that Its recent first experience Pentecost' In memory of the VI and r..rdA(,", IUI""'' the miitdU of the ...riitkrrnlar (.HK> r. luigiMw M-i _, the hnrrh. the "|"..u a..nfI

that you are my 1)iaclplea I If in democratic pro. Last. Supper and the Descent as I of ConvUirilnopk. (now ) .h with lh.. |neirrdUf > Ik. II trr.. an rff..rt was. III.hop. Karel t ....\0 ..nl, sit 'hi 11, 4. the sign i of il ilion .

dens proved the fairness of of the Holy OhoeL However, the .. lh. ....I.! at resale. lh.. U.l .. ,..i...| 'in he ml-I.5 ..,
you have love fur one an Istanbul Turkey! M I'ap.| Ma (...." a memhrr oIh.. .. II'awn..1
elections In India lie pointedout the last 30: they .. .. ... It..lr' Iwlsrra 1'1'. and /ie1pl...."
during years 1'1:1:(" pM rtnM*. to the lily vl #4 4 rartlrd all lu i /
""rle'It' l lAM
.p.litseth. It I.ek. platy ..., lUurgto
The Canada was also the that no candidate for thecongress were prevented from kneeling Land. Athena-gar Is "hoik ....tle''I... .
lag .._lea..l aw Cs emtiih.Ir..emil iwalWrloa I In a hueastotat
setting for Chrlut prayer fur party-which con- later from singing ore l by other Orthwtos. Pairlarrhs .
bola the national governmentwon in the Th4h'1|1" was Martin. I. He held In. lath .'..".,.. IIttnNnI-r n the ago nl Td
which hIs Uxutne the hymn or praying upper as "flrt among
unity election in Goa. The room equals"\ had COIi'lrtWird the hSIMy.Mnnutltf .... au,..... Italy. The (ir...-. win tier*me ul.1..1 cme

Maharashtra( Gotnantak Maa was offered furtively uwn. which taught, The eouncil' wa *ujMS.Nie4CMhular .heed. M UM iHi.ussi ulma *, M tmse. ......1. .....
w hu favors merger with. the on rare occasions: during Th. first' Hireling r.1 1'.1'| that Chrkat had wily one will egw.Ib.Npf b seek *.s) a .|..... gijihin lath. A<"lilan. .e S.rrIta t

neighboring state, polled Moslem tenure of the shrine and palrlarth look plare In )).i"'-m> and U r\ h e 4 u i
fjJ&LMSMEMOII1i&L 100.0"( votes, against IKMniO The |*tvtleg. was given to:>> s XM .'II. sad II _." a ban ed hJHn June 17. aju. (wall .led l M Md..ne tN cotts.tTs m uine.J iunslMultoM < ST. AU6USfiNE
n. by IM
for other parties and inde- few visiting dignitaries after bluer of She .P....... that Mm t. nstantlne-ple.. ever .....I.b teleTlahMI -
1 IV and PatrUrrh Jo II.
pendent irvlUUten. the Moslem cwtnnans had were I. grew ..III .Ik. IMo d'll.irgeti him with treaaoiia at u.. rl.e| .< thesounrlli
reahad .ecntl alt J. I.
made what they instated were split "..11). >"-i ln"t&i .......... him loik Ilia.llowever. eorwM iambi, "Wymain LEACH MtMORlAL'

tit nrfHvm he uibl. lamealways
,t.I[ In] liljnU!1li1rtrl! "contljr" arrangwtt.np.Tnd4y IVipe, Kalnt AiasrttiM w.til t- day tale CHAPEL
DUKESSTEENFUNERAL the Cenacle' .Is In the .Iran lit (*< all thmrK4iara M PN..M..a _... i.. MStMINOiC
from Home In I .- ..........* TMw1gh UM tntarrvminn
.. M. lie Patriarch: died and. withMSN .
Nomad A. bw.e Fva era ) e a r f t >l ,.u. luarhtote
charge of the lraell, ministry l I..u.. he suepertasi a'iVwlr at I'.14Wedi PmiI. II was lb.rntwry .
HOME went the see w.., Or,". LEACH
mOl ,110..
449 2nd A.e. So. Ph. 142-tMJ fur religious affairs ..Ultt.... Mined petrteech was rit.r esesas..sd-4o ...u.bI grwiter | MEMORIAL CHAPEL
110 I So. Florida A,.. des ChrMlan miNd not )H at .... faithful/ in the ase.
ST. PETERSBURG MY 2-3123 Laltland who a.k for the itlvtle' .... are of adhering to Uw MunuphyHe the QsjiMst.! The Pop died targlv the met of CM..i. ntlnayto hIp uf the fhari h I .t ?_..... .*r ....1PI0N
to the shrine and
given entry KiMMey wMrftt! taught three in flM.lh and the agreentrutwas .

may pray there. that held .had. only. one IMtur Let. enrounter livforetiw tuUrlr I rvpuHUled I In

*. the dirge.Wlwe .. ..uh- l ( tn un
inMl I M *>um in I xr.itanie I. M formally <

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6 The Florida CathoHc, Friday January 10, 1961h
All must bowat



KKTIILHIhM: : : JordanNC
'( ) -The shrine at the

plate; of Christ birth

where Pope Paul VI offered

Mass during his historic w

Holy Land trip, is memorable jera
not only for what it
represents but for the way
it Is approached.
Pilgrims of whatever rank nr ik
must bend low to enter the #" ti : r e'1I ..t. ..
Ha;illca of the Nativity, the "
doorway has been hlotked up
to lee only a four-foot oj>cnIng ,
The tiny entrance was a
precaution from former mays tF4Ji
when the Turks made a ntar!> ar'
out of the hfiftlllca. It prevented
horsed and their riders '
from going Into the church
T' _
Actually the Ixi-lllcn nffriril :
Erse |then other hullil
lag In the Holy land from
Ilir ulrlfr' line( our the irntiiilm. .
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It la( Raid to IK the only
structure of importance U
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come from the early centuries -- -
nuh;,t.intlally unchanged ]Its
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ments howeMT ha\e not en joyously teeming multitudein age to the Holy Land. Bustlingand Ghost At times the figure of the

clureiL the Holy City of Jerusalem almost pressing the Pope on toward Pope was almost swept up and
The way to the Grotto of swallowed up Pope Paul VI Calvary the walls of the Old City borne away in the tortuous streets
the Nativity U through stair (above) In a sea of humanity dur reverberated the while with by the sea of people from all na.
c' ,, the Imlllca This altar 1* under .
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4)) Pope Paul VI dismounted' at hands of John the Baptist. The Pon. If 't,
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T The Florida Catholic Friday January 10. 196-1 .

: :>>; .. Paris to have
Teachers talk t._ _-- _

adult baptismin

God's truth probed in classroom seven steps

By Joseph P. )(('(:oD. I.THE I. writing; to extend and applyall truth; to seek kno edge of IMHMOM.iurue.! < Cardinal

classroom Is an un of these toward a recponjlbllitjr the reasonsor nature and Feltln his ordered that

and fascinating in the order of the its existence means that ultimately the Iwptwnul rite fur adulM/

place. In it ideas are born and lupernaturaL the student must find In the!' Parl anhilUMe-u' Ixj

borne Into society. Society It. Supernatural responsibilityon truth within the Person of administered In eisarste.lepl

self is formed through the the part of the teacher Christ at varying time Interval

itudents probe into the disciplines and his student enfolds itself Christ becomes now not The new dlorenan\ haw fixer

of nature and of Cot around the natural enve- Just a Symbol of truth-truth the *tep' and the rules fur

God becomes the Reality loped It, tends credence to It. HVM In Him, and through iiinft'rrlng HjptNm, on .ailult.. .

beautifies It. and become as Him all truth U knowledgeable
and reality extends .
Itself Intoman' .It N bot..1 l >n etperienioKulnrd
relationship with man. much a part of it as Is the and acceptable to so thi-ouah 'hto1"1'1.| .

Man Li created In the teacher to the classroom. cl ty. Society then, becomes ntrnUl "uiUlt mleihumeimle*
The classroom, then fulfills true to itself because
thoughts and ideas which It lanllnal l-rllln lalll.ilr. l III

arise from a search of truth. and enlightens man's di Knows Truth, and Truth U |I"W, li>KMh
rection. Direction is determined COIL Five classrooms blessed at Orlando schoolSt ,if Id* hats>> ; ilrrree of( I he ...,.
Truth comes from t b estudent's In the cLiMroom by Cod offers lllm. elf as the new
ilfil runareg.rllun. <>( rites In
knowledge; and the reasonings of history End of man's search" and this John Vianney School's eight >f thf'm't't'e bleawd last Sunday tholio eduratiitn. IkneUictlun of Homo. allowInil for wvrn .lllii ..

leaning vtiihla tb. claait.. and these become the Ideas Offering becomes nun's oblation ; grade a in OrlanOi, aervinf 485: at the afternoon ceremony a t the Mont Blt'IIIft". Sacrament con- | < | unit e'puraleleis IMIlh
room. students develop In hemming to man. children taught by Sisters of St. which Archbishop Joseph' P. Hur- eluded the ceremonies, attended by ailmUklriiiloN of n.II"|
a of .
The classroom then N a happenings and tomorrow yetterday Man. !I.. ln>rB, sad N'bo.ra Ueterr Francis of Glen HiJdle and a lay rev congratulated the pariah on the chiMmt et'rcci l by the school, ll'in.

factory from which the merchandise heritage. new thought ever) t..acher.olCl'n 12 du rooma. Five t.:xti>nftioii of the facilities for Ca- above, and their Iwrcnta.Js' In explaining the new onllnanr -

of the mind Is produced new rtitucpl v( Il(., *,rrjrrepuaro .s>
Heritage leads the Cardinal i I feints
young .
to be distributed to of Tr"lh comment Gave flowers
so IhrunKh
mind back in history to New films .trtMMtl l U. Mx-tal nature of
ciety. Society must therefore tko mind ot th. irarher.
depend upon the factory to Adam seeking the cause (Ifman' ....... r ..a,1r .w ..... ".. tII11Th11till: It\IS. llalyII'1Tb. ItNptlam and urnwl Caiholl.In <
that weakness In the tight The teacher Is the clas. kf ran !..*.. .r lw*..ryMorally \ltIC"\lftW\ aware of thctrr..pnnstbllltlee"
insure iU product areacceptable of Cod, and through Cal l riMnn. Suggests challenge to fUHH-i-i "k i'ratlng toward pros'!

been, and that they Christ become the strengthby The classroom Is an tin nobjrrlluii.iM.fur the all.ir of the .Imxilku* at |M. tlv. t'IIthnllan.J: mwtytiupUsml '

have manufacturedwith which such vteakneea U usual and fascinating. place.In grBrral paln/a. Cuhnnutw; awl Mount Tabur I adult.
Canadians winnersTlll.S
care. Care must be by AFL
in the exercised overcome; and a better tomorrow it Ideas; are horn and burn 4nU.TIIsn TIIK: WINS durllag .\,\'" 1'aul \'I's ('ill. .mlliuil I K,'liln also wrote<
factory to is 01' B'"' I.U, (tAI'ftf'I'.lnU ) ln tlmdli.wjra \
envisioned tho
guide the mechanisms of the 1w. Into society Society!' Is a product Kl"lnwl to the holy Lend l a m.'*" ..,. tu *
cause the student learns fulfillment of the learning that U M.\'I..U'\i' AM* TIIKKKN It "c lime vt >ear 'U-unnlM* C.itholUORLANDO -.
mind to develop creative the gift of the rUn
through the teachings Instinct within the mind. .I.\n.: '1t. :' IAm..lntU)1"r.lI .. 'nun. Mill glowing were iwtiple
thought and Ideas which )" Vlll.iM>, u""h,1 l oil. tin'ldrtatlc
of Christ: l. the Heal The mind forms the framework .bJl'C'tlon..bl.l fen with ;yulcti'if pirlt .U eager .
hall lead the product to Coil. 11'lllla.. .....".
Teacher in the cUssrouui for the interior life of dull.* sal .Jui| >n -eBlMIIIJ to lend a !'hilpin tMtkl fXpitting -

Cud become tbe ultima The rl"..room I I..* C'brl-I. the soul of man. >llk.> (.t. TIIK: tu>iiiiu* lit return. .h,. (" 1etpal' The' r v|>!" i-wlknintl. fund
la all that U. formed vtlihiit Man U-c.,:nes a reflection \M\M (MGM r,,>r tli* fkeer.seal! f... """nhxlthirin WINTER PARK
I'bri"t live I. the meads anj Itlo\.t h\ I he d.trru. t.t .a '
Ihs cl**>rvom. the of hU teacher his teacher 1.11'i:111).t\tillt. : (A.'.* ta K'tlU"'f I IJixi t'.i(4.ll ururM wf Stow r who leash the Am.r"11 Knot ball
and mu-t thrn h.T :: a rdk: )lor.ll) .objectionable Iteepullt IoF.tl r till U Ilia n U thoi
The classroom Is often the UIUKC Hilling to Irnrn.To l-eaiu in IK omtlnuing fuHi's
Hun vt T 'uth v. hkh is for aJtilli i i iKiw4ii, CVotuly nf tt..
renter of social responsibility. ( to II'.rt .i. the older
learn whe-::n lies Chr t .t-.u.: KIM.: ;IIt: rWar:1' ll I........ Uy their fvoturoth Children'sClothes
Responsibility tak. In j rh mph> w>hip
on league
-- ---- ly inferior I league T tI >' .y bite4Hl to huitur the
the vestige of a dual | l'tiOn. playoff, I base> WvUeil 1 a Line
onJYC'It by .
| nuking\ a )ok nwmory i>f a flow dllsen
Illty'Ithln this center responsibility wilve-ever, thl'i C plan wnlrhi .
of the Usigue and chu- u'usutally I'elhre ."u.IllutIIlle'" I II III
here lit'h ..entnl| to Finest In Clotltj"ca
to cultivate the ) pre| .
hMteiuM It" denu.rAlwl I t' M. ('.....'..n from I 1918to
student in all asj ects of natural r- c .mmbufonff. Joe l\". amiroHeaguoa. For' Girl A tellrasha.
how tlld. Ihev. get lh iiwnyT 111./4/ .......u.,, uI1IiI
learning through the 1 h:1: deprnoe'i
-w'. liy raiding Uw ofcl I
sciences mathematics! .
rWgtt the National lout .
Nagar dtareganllur rdteierltglbthly
and English history
spelling lull\ l..airurKy 'Invite rko .- restraints and |>utlM wllk1111', : \KI'li: .
and geography, reading and BARDOE
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t never : .. FACTORY
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ORLANDO e' r furtli .1 i l" ........ .t v Ill iilliilt they last llrUh
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| iKvmoti i >H-IV U a'wlI' yea 'r. tu the |>UIMI In apart

WINTER PARK s ; danger ,n>. liWte UMJT&ev. .was virtually, an upen Nk..rkH. Cal P.1"* Sctl..I' rh r.w14.tt1 "

the like t4 which KM nut /'lustiNlist W. II,, Ire r I

The wlv.lleplhl.g (III ,.....1 stiwel4nuw11e EitTIsS4hntlrlI: 1t .Islet ......... "1"
Complete le.t Control .. C ,
or.llrla argil .
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LEWIS -COBSEXTERMINATING -. -' --- .---. (..adieu h....bell ,....."... ringing rhUaara wool. ,._!... et e..1.1114.. w.,.....*'..-.... I IerM.1'.rl.h. .

CO. Living tableau viewed 1. a ...-........ p.lea. bring equality Only' enterpits ,.. ..._ us ". ........ It
Incorporate lilt ... .sense.Ihr. C illln.iM' 4 to iwnd,

lilt Wllfr** Dr.rO. !... DM Living tableaux at Chrutmaatkle above, from left are Robert Ouuke, aril iwrsrrversiwe will
Otto*** IIII4MGary's game' uscier. lurd/an Tile Fi"tUPHOLSTERING
attracted attention of friends of St William Brock nun. Wiley House, John Tk. yo...., l..s.. M.*|

Andrew Pariah In Orlando. lAth night, Lovell Mrs. Orval Jackson Mrs. Jo. rules.J rulers I the h tether d.'UIa'ltw..r. until" our grew alraag.e J ear kr |e..rIf

Duck Inn different organizations of the I jtariah iteph lisle Mrs. Jame Janiigan. put .1")1) fvrmkUbUlltjm .. .a II l. .. ..ra l-tlllral .>.... Fii/ .t Prfe.s F'H t.nalel

modeled the acenet as above, while Krne Klffert, dwarf: Zunmcniuui from the) uu, have ..4 win ,..,'- r..,HJ...... o IU-4I21

else'1'In'"I a Kroon TUMI. Toe AIIM04IT THE others sang hymns. In the netting for Jr. and David Coatello. lung .s..on.tr.l.... I.<. ihU. .. .... 11.. l k.l.r. Jail C. JUtkf 51)i S.nlti c."ca' .1..... Tra1NI ;

Brrr A>TwnrrkM the crib at the church and school kr.a.. tfc.."rt....ki| will
> el4 44111I1M I In fat .i dta.imlkrIIs$ Uk.. rare .f he'll| the. (a..

1 ... Or. I>U Trail 1 would |11f'I'nW"* a not* of nov. .III .#. ,. lli. .l, nee( (Ilea !I. Moolerey oeM )1....... Henn1. .\tn."

city. hl h sboull .partWvlrr rte .. a 1140.. 4*.IBDEMETREE .4w Iwo '....'I'
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nears rlltipw..r GoY M.dal l (Sirti'v' ) WerNinth u""",",., .4 LM l.n4we MalrHnl l I. mm h

AI a.n' .:a ; I.II' RtCgiovt Artlckt visits to Rome, Florence New York J... wH. Ialime |.... a |
M iimti m rn ir.iBitii.it "Yowr Fr.ndly Je.. .," -hnt t 1" .... _ae. In pear ......11 Neither
a..l54t/a art 5 !tH. .'. ...4...4.5 r.. M10KH; ( In the cvnturkt) of the *I....ile Agra 1"1- l 1,,-" w r rylwaek. I. .n. Ns full> ....".. lie

4.1r I. the history of Trope U the history of the Catholic l i lame III the iptrt, wen .4 .....1 .pitpwe. ih RUBY'S FABRICS

BRADFORDSStationers Church, and the history of the Church .U largely the history .. t..ilegs.e. crake available. seth
A i ".04"-.11.
I Inc. BARNES of her monastic order. seriesoubl ,.. FAMICS. and. PATTERNS
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8 The Florida Catholic, Friday January 10, 1964

Historic meeting in Jerusalem :rirw IiLIiIi I1ii 1) City Pontiff cheers on .

between 'Brothers in Christ'C.lni4 : his return

cr..I'.... M. 1)
< fr.. I.... I) cently shown on both sides, / tag only several hundred tlnued, todays liturgy of
Greek. Then the (,bO-vear-oM
"..hall become the prelude ofa yards i away from the delega the Feast of the Epiphany
HIs hop of Rome took the arm
mutual communion, the lion. The Pope! had aim vbnit- speaks of great splendor,
of the towering, six foot-four I
dawn of a luminous and ell. Patriarch Dene Bishop of Constantinople in
blessed day, In which future the previous Saturday night. lean to the world.
his, and! they walked arm in
generation, communing In Here the warmth of the encounter : -In this. dhlne light we
arm with hands clasped to the name chalice of the most 12 hours earlier was r; hare .("("Umpll..bfd our Jour.
small audience
a room. They
precious liloufl and of the repeated with Patriarch ..rj of prayer and penitence
remained alone for 20 minute I
Holy of the Lord will glorify Athenagord receiving Pope( -We have prayed that It
After their
the only Lord and Saviour in Paul at the front dlscuwlon the 1
private two
charity peace and unity." I'ope and the Patriarch: then the odd. whose anxietiesand
asked their chief attendants to
talked privately uncertainties and fearsome
come into the audience room. In thinking the |'.ifi'lurch
upheavals spring frcm
The Patriarch, who becamea for hl"I tlMt, Pup' Pauln- I'ope Paul In a formal addrrM -
United States citizen while foi m rd him Hint he would rr In Ijilln r\nr, .....-l hi. aIIII having rejected and suffocated
that light of salvation.
serving in America prior to turn It the following day In "(rrat and pi-ofound" jrr 'lllud /-
In the Blessed Lord
hli election to the Constantinople <'lnum.lan.rmjilililng' the for the .'"',ldM'h'. Minting .
Jesus Christ is salvation. In
bee, then read a five lot Ing f'\'rf'.I"n.| voiced lathe l 10 meet him' In hi-I "Iruljr' "i_. -p---.J.
His message of truth good
minute formal I speech( of JVilanh'ft ""ff(h. hixluiU1 meeting a
ness and love is the answerto
greeting to the I'ope in Creek '
After the exchange of greetings He said, that the will "to F AOrlando's all the uncertainties ahead
It translated
wan immediately +
Into French Patriarch Athen- the two leading churchmen work to surmount disunity, In His will, freely accepted,
recited I the Lord's to break down barriers" is lies the peace of the world."
agoras expressed Joy at meet-
Prayer first In I..illn then |coming widespread ..
ever more "Th! I* what we haveprayed
in Paul
); I'ope in the I land
In Creek To all Christians,
commemoratethe among for proMrale apo
lA>rd "where LhrUt ihortly meeting, Pope Paul prevented And In closing, he said that r the atone of lbe II o I jr hrp

before I III. Passion prayed In the Patriarch a gold l l "It is not a '1(1)1 II I IIye' that we ulrbrr, on (sieary, at (jrth..rmanr .

the sweat of agony for the commemorative medial. He say to you, but, if you allow St. John Vianney parish has dedication In the made and at

also gave copies of the commemorative us, an 'au rev lor' bawd upon .Nazareth," the Pope con-
confirmation in truth and In medal i to each the hope of other fruitful Father Vincent E. Smith, foreground Alberto Doce Monsignor Harold Neidert C.P.P.S., Father Paul R. dud lrd.
unity of all IhoHe who believein welcomed Archbishop Joseph F. Jordan behind Monsignor Woodyard Father Joseph Scannell
member of the I'atrarch'aparty. meetings/ 'in the Name of the The papal motorcade move Him. Lord.' P. Hurley to St. John Vianney Charles A. Bartok Father Terence O.M.I., Father Michael F. Troy and
After that along some of the hbtorla
the saying event of exceptional regardrd At the dOlle I of thin. firat. Following' the exchange of pariAh in Orlando last Sunday for J Farrelly Father Robert E. Father Robert Brucato. The con- roads of Home as It reenteredthe
the dedication of the extension of Farmer behind Monsignor John vent for the Sisters of St. Francisof
Importance and hlgnlflcance meeting the'I) plritual/ fin mat greeting, the l'II'JeI.n city and arrived! at the
In the life and in the history leaders again emliruu-d. Ol). the (utrlarchute on the the school background. In the pro- Murphy and Father Bronialav Bee Glen Riddle was blessed on the Colosseum, where the city of

of the Church, 1'atrlarchAthenagorat oervers tepid the emotion they arm of the Patriarch, who accompanied cession, from the left were Father ne evich. Other Priests at the dedication same day with the school extension. Home had prepared a solemn

VuUed the hope| felt communicated Itself to him I out of the Bernard J. McFaddcn Father obscured in the crowd civic reception for its return.

that the good Intentions! re everyone In the r min. The building, downstairs and Into Lawrence S. Cunningham, Father above were Father William G. InK UUhop.

Pope( Utt>mianled| l the Patrl- the courtyard to his waiting Manners and torches lined

Asks leaders arch to the diNirktep. and tar. the Popes path and evoked

JHtlSU: :.M, Jordan. (NC) Matched until he hud ileHCended A special communique wall Centuries bridged by Pope's visit memories of the tales of an

. ,POIICt Paul VI has Issued aplea the stairs leading from the I IlIMu.,1| stating: dent Rome as Romans native

for world! In trie Al'wtollc Iiflfgatloii and enteiiil 'This meeting cannot 1* and adopted, lined the
peace *
hiM ar. ronxidered otherwise than asa lame dlxpatrhed' from herein
The next follow. fraternal erected barlwd" .wire barricade pope to enter through it The one who will frrrly It
220 heads" of state and International morning gesture Inxplreilliy / "Then, before Your Crib, arrrpt greetings to the returning
organisation ing his. Epiphany: Mass In the charity of Christ who to keep the throngs out Pope was the first Catholic In Lord, we speak our second IhU.. rrligiun" l'o"e.|

The telegram, which expressed IIHhlthem, PHIM Paul returned Mi to Ills/. dlMTlple the supr of the area around the Church centuries to do so. But Pope word to the Church, of which At the platform In front cf
< .., of the Nativity, built on the Paul could not offer Mass in After delivering hllllft'rmon.
the I'upe' cltwlro for (the larch'sMt, ne commandment of loving You have been! pleased to the Colonbeum the Pop
lease and hi*>|>Intentions to traveling to the rpxlcleme of one another, of forgiving site" of Christ, birth.In the church because of CreekOrthodox choo e our lowly self to be Pope Paul met with religious alighted to receive from

pray for ]losses t In the J Holy Orthodox Patrlanh llenedlk- iffinics until seventy times an ecumenical spirit, the : rules. universal pastor. It Is quite leader. and then returned to Mayor Glauco delta Portia aa

I..ind", were send from the ton! of Jeru alem, where Patrun ,e'ol'I1. anal of being united Greek Orthodox Priests who Instead, he went down to simply this: May[ the Churchof Jerusalem where he had a address of greeting, exprc*

.ijHHtolIc delegation In Jeru- 'h Athenagura, was atay :among th"rn't'h'r' control the main entrance of the grotto below the Churchto Christ be with us and join second meeting with Patriarch ing the Romans' sentlmenli

.Arm, In the worlds,! lenders, -- '-k{ the Chapel of the Manger. Itself to us In the offering e Athenagoras. of devotion for their Bishop
4 Clad I in the Pontiff have made In wellas
(tll'h..llng< those !behind the y 1 red its name as Following the meeting the
I Curtain. r, MoojH-d f to enter the chapel our own. In this communion
through a doorway leas than Is to lie found her effectiveness Pope went back to Amman

Saigon prayed four feet high. Loudspeakers: her dignity and her the Jordanian capital wherehe 51/4 %

".\tWIS.( \lrtniim. (\I'"thult'll ) carried the papal Mass to the harmony with thane marks by had arrived for his pilgrimage
crowd In the church and outside which the true Church U distinguished to take a plane to
( of the Saigon Hrchllix INTEREST
After Mans' the Pope! This l Is the return to Rome.
asked otwervt
< Hf' were to +
went to the adjoining Churchof hour In which we must correspond -
three) flays of jim.vrr and! xacrlftre
St Catherine to deliver hU with the wish of CATHOLICChurchHospital
In union with PON| > I'aulVI'i
IllIerllnllCe tl) the Holy sermon in French He HId Jesus 'that they may be perfectly HELP WANTED

I, mil. Anhtrishnp Paul Ngu- "We have three simple one, so that the world
may know, Father, that It .U Advertising Sales
M'n van limit asked prayers words to say first to Christ,
toe> the P''opu| 'a Intention, f'.,' second to the Church thirdto Thou who haul sent me. PART TIME School

prUally fur the /Kmiiulat. the world Pope" I'" UI added:
Ian Council and I-n'> Handle account Jn the
"To (hrl..t wr bear, as one "Meanwhile we salute growing I Catholic. cities BONDS. .
tin Magi did In this. place, the head of other churches throughout the tt.t.. Good - -

CLEARWATERMONTERA Quarterly to tell our historythat mlMillc) IU'l In ark no M IrdKrmrnt here prexent, we thank them portion for man or woman. DANIEL T. WINTER i CO.
of limn, bring the profoundly for taking part In .*. rtwia Tfc..... ".114'...
Priest historians. of the Diocese of they will write for the l issue are, Word of tad: made 'If'ah, the our pilgrimage and now Car Nscetury ... r*.......,. '. ...... ..*..."

St. Augustine discuss the special( Quad from left. Father David Page, Father .Hon t>f I she nirwrtl Virgin we should like to address a writ.: sass!: . ...... "..

ricrntcnnlal Issue of the Catholic Ills Charles Spellman, Father Trisco, Fa Mary Thl. (-onf-.*lon i U word to the world Florida Catholic AtlllSIHS .. .. ,. .,...,
Y torical Review with Father IlobertTrisco they Michael V Gannon and Father thai of Ihd (berth ..f (Home
lot .
"Mr are the rrpreeent.ttIeeeand | oar .. stets
Mobile Home Center Review editor! The sM>cial Matthew Connolly Father Gannon the I..h of Peter whkh promoter vf the f hrl- Florida r. c

issue, first( of its kind to tx pubhxhrd' .poke before the recent meeting of the wa foumlrtl o. him an on amsk. lira. religion tar. Mile In.

ftitvrinqCLEARWATER by the scholarly quarterly, will appear American Catholic Historical Association Irml l. lo pnxlilm ihU

BUILT In June liK 'i, and will be illustrated.DlscusMlng In Philadelphia. All the others ate The second part of the Faith uf 0...... \\ ask for SCHOOLSSAINT

MONTERAY DELMAR the scheduling of articles tended the annual meeting.! i)|>rech was; addre-iied to the Itul bl.r e\rr.pt frrrdom. lo

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St. Augustine Foundation

announces plans for 1964ST.


Augustine Foundation thU week revealedthe r

400th Anniversary building plan for ,
the Mission of N'ombre de Dio, A towerIng -
illuminated Cross, a library-archive-
exhibition hall, and a votive church will
be erected. on this historic: ute where
Spanish Priests and pioneer founded
America' first l pariah and Indian mission
In 1565

Architect fur tM Qutulrlceiitennl r. n,
.itnictltn Kufene F Kennedy Jr.. V' A I A v
of the IkMton firm of M ftnnl* and W..I-h r,' .I
Kennedy One of the .mo t noted and u.I,,<.1.'.
after architect In the United Mate. Mr K.
redy was architect fur the Shrine of the "-'
maculate Conception Washington, 0( nd: l
for the new Cathedral' of Iteklmore. .
Announcement of Mr Kennedy's cn
|plated plan was made this week by the l'c
blent of the St. Augustine KtnimlMtlon, t u'hTJame
J. "le.lIn, and the IMrertor ul the M
Ion of NClmhrtt le I Ho*. Father Mkha.' >'

Cannon.The $.. .%..._.vnn4.ll..il fc.. cl...r|* Three l lasting monuments I
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4 |>rr| ra k>ii for tttfll$ |' g *4ilrv *
a &#....1 ............... Works of architectural beauty destined a monumcnlal illuniinalrd' e"...,, ...bl that It
to b*, used In the worship of (Jod (VotiveChurch would "proclaim' to all our |J* that this"
Mr.A Kennedr det.lisd.archltMt stare W-H mu un'lrl.......hrrpwre. this wrvlito .l by. at right. ) and aa lasting monume.iU Nilt-m bryan In faith and that by a rebirth
(library In foreground. OHM In background) of faith, this Nation shall overcome Ha
the I-')"! to the 't"II..1 publl. U
pre to 400 years of America' history will be atheist. enemas, ami continue Its glorious
shows In lUll) dime' in 'j' r and esaLt.te I
the c.tnpd: :: l' ..1'i .' trtl. votive inaugurated this year at the Miaalon of carver..freedom under fcid." KabJ lit. Arch-
church.. U a' J c* .t CI i: 1J L.t t Nombrv de! I>t... In St Augustine, H<)rVU. btahopS. Invite all our frlknv cltlaen. In
i"lC And r.: 'K':: .f l-, r ',' Archbishop JcMw|>h T. llurtey" commenting all' u. In this. noble lrrtaking' .
on the plana to build at the Ol.W-.t Jo'iIoonone.

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Majesty's Royal Exeeheqwer,
Faith the camp master, and the captains

that they would all
fr- ...* I
serve his Majesty with entire
Father Soils de Meras recorded loyalty and fidelity, and this
in his log: Wy being done the Adelantadohad

That day In the afternoon the Indiana fed and dined
the Adelantado Commandedthat himself."

all the ships' arms Z
It was the first mmmmltf
should be dellvered'to the
ad ef religion and tsutiksglv
captain, so that they should
lag !. the first ,..a...&
distribute them their
among settlement I* the laod.
soldiers, who were to keep
them clean and ready, and Father Lopes went ashore
that each soldier should shoot the day before the founding

three round. every day until ceremonies, and his description : ,
they reached Florida, In of the landing is more i
order) to lose lear of the ar personal and graphic::
quebuses and be trained, a* I

they were raw recruits for Landing j
the moat part .

And with that exercise, Father Lopez"Two
which: WM done each: day,
they daily repeated the Chris companies of Infantry

tian doctrine and the litanies, e ,, it now disembarked (on September
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saying prayers and making 7), that of Captain Andres
supplications to God Our Reenact day of landingA Soyes Patlno and that of Captain .

Lord and beseeching Him to Juan de San Vlncente,
group of men re-enacted the Mencndei and his followers nearly 400 who Is
grant them victory In all a very distinguished
their undertaking Landing in St. Augustine, Florida of years ago. gentleman. They were well

On Monday, August 27, Father Father Lopes wrote- line farther north the Adelan- we tired at then, we dU a.4alak received by the Indiana who

Lopes noted, "while we Thanks to God and the tado came upon the harbor of ese erf their skip* gave them a large house belonging
to a chief, and situated .
the entrance to the
were lUhama near Channel. God showedto prayers of the Blessed Virgin the River of Dolphins which The Spanish, too withdrew near the short of the
we soon had the pleasure of had been described by French with no losses.Menendes river
miracle from heaven
us a
seeing land and found ourselves navigators. The Indians called was pleased: he "Immediately Captain rail .
"About nine o'clock In the
it "Seloy.
actually in had satisfied his military no and Captain San Vlncente .
evening, a comet appeared
which showed Itself directly Pedro Menendes recorded: It was. wrote Father Solis honor. He decided now to retire both men of talent and
de Meras, "a good harbor, particularly since, as he ordered entrenchment
above us, a little eastward, "We discovered this land off energy, an
giving so much light that it Cape Canaveral which Is the with a good beach, to whichhe knew, the French had five to be built around this

might have been taken for latitude of 28 degrees, at'the (Menendei) gave the name more battle-ready warships In house, with a slope of earth

the. sun. It went towards the entrance to the Bahama of St. Augustine* because the river.It these being the only
west that Is. towards Florida Channel and we sailed along that saint's feast was the day was time now to found means of defense possible la

and lu brightness lasted the.. coast seeking that harbor on which he had first sighted his settlement that country, where stones
long enough to repeat two (of the River May site land. The date was now Sep He turned the bows of Ms are nowhere to be found .
ships southward toward the
Credos* of a French outpost Fort tember 4.Menendes. "The energy and talents of
newly named harbor of St-
The very next day the Caroline, which Menendes proceeded still Augustine. those two bray captains
voyagers sighted land! It was had orders to destroy) as far farther up the coast and Joined to the efforts of) their

Cape Canaveral!, the thin fin as 29 degrees, for such was reached the mouth of the brave soldiers wbo had no
ger of land that projected out the report I had. that the River May (SI Johns). There Father Solis tools with which to work the*
Frenchmen were between 28 four French earth accomplished the .
from the center of Florida'seast he sighted warships construction
de M
COII..I.Land and 29 degrees. Not finding reinforcements for eras of this fortress of

them, we went on as far as Fort Caroline! "As seemed to the laid defense, and when the Cap

29.3 degrees; and having seen Worried that the enemy Adelantado" ,* wrote Father taln-General d1 disembarked*

seen fires on the shore on September ,. force was strong enough to Soils de Meras. "that he ran was quite surprised with what

on saint's day 2. I ordered a captain prevent the founding of a the risk of failure if he triedto had been done.
ashore with twenty soldiers,
Spanish settlement the AdeV capture the harbor from "On &inrd..jr the sob. U .
it was "AurfiMt 28, SI Au. to try to get an Interpreter snUdos council 01 advisors them and that meantime the Admiral landed with many
uIIUne'l Day,"' wrote Father among the Indians, that they four ships which had fled
urged him to return to the banner spread, te the sound
Soils (to Meras. "on which might give us knowledge of Caribbean to await the balance might unite with the fire .f tr.Mpt* and Mhste .f
they lighted the kind of flop hat harbor; and so the captain of his fleet. Menendez which were within, and that artillery. As I bd goo s,

MJ; all of them kneeling sayIng who went ashore joined however, decided to engage then he could escape neither a..kr. the evening twfur, I
the Te Drum lAUtlannu.*, them and talked to them andthey the French ships at once.: A by land nor by sea, he dcelded leek: a trees and wen I.

they praised Our Lord, all told him by signs, that brief and Inconsequential bat- without losing time, to Meet stint, .l.itlng the hymn
the people repeating their the harbor was farther on ina tle followed. put his. flagship under full T e IH.. 1... mm..*
prayers, entreating Our Lord| higher latitude toward the salt and order the others to
to give Ih.rn'It'tor)' In all north." Father hopes recorded that do likewise, and he went to "The Admiral followed by
things.* Coasting along the shore- ..*.*..........lag all the tufts the harbor of St. Augustine, all who accompanied him,
.. .. .. ..... .
:' '" : """' ,,; where he arrived on the. eve marched up to the cross,
':J ,, .f Our Lady of September knelt and kissed lu
(Feast of the Nativity of the "A large number Indians

Ii'.".., '. ,, Blessed Virgin). watched these proceedings
'", sw And as soon. he reached and imitated all they MW
I II there he landed about three done-

hundred soldiers, and sent "The same day the Admiral

two captains with them who took formal possession of the
were to reconnoitre at daybreak country In the name of Ills
the next morning the Majesty, and all the captains
lay of the land and the places took the oath of allegiance to

which seemed them strongest him as captain-general and

for defense, In order that adeUntatto of the country.

they night dig a trench
quickly at the spot where Menendez

they MW a fort could best be
Pedro )lHM des him**If
built, so that the next day
wrote to the King three days
when the AdeUntado should later

land, they could show him "As for myself Tour Maj .
what they had observed, and
>*ty may be assured that if
decide what wvuM be most I had a miUton (duntt>)> snore '
proper to do about It. or leas I would spend It all
And on the following day Upon this undertaking. be
the day of Our Lady of September .
cause It is of such great **rv
the Advbnudo. bund Ire to God Our Lord for the.torresjse
ed' near noon when be found ef our Holy CathoLle

many Indians awaiting him Fatttk sad f or the service of
there, as they had had tidings Tour' Majesty.And .
n. r .f him from the other IndUns a.MKX. .
therefore I have *
I ;r- with whom be had spoken U ;. hark page!
Admiral Spain recalled week) before. "" \\ ,,'U'U U \\ \I
He had a solemn Mass saU
rather Loa| described the landV leader followed "by all who accompanied In honor of Our Lady; and St. Augustino

Ing (played out above at the Mkaion' him marched up to the Cro*,, when that was ended, he tools

of Notnbre de Dies in St. Augustine, knelt and kissed It" whO Indiana po.s*...... *f the eountrj In Foundation.
Florida) of Admiral PrUro Uencndc nearby watched and Imitated what the name 01 nU Majesty ..

&hi AvUrsj oo the alt., In September 8, they saw. 1U referred the aokma
details it" .
1503. The Priest said the Spanish eats U the offkUU U l.:* "oa \par\ III* \" ,\ .

S The HorkU CatholM SCMen'of Aegmtlae" F.asnl.tion


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Painting of first Mass in America's first City

The First HAM In America's First City" late llnh century by a French Priest& and This photograph, U from an old glut nega
I -This peJntinf WM commissioned by Biahp hung in the Cathedral! of St. Augustine frutn Live parrntly male of the original |*lnt. I
. op Anfuatin VeroU It WM painted in the 1876 until It was destroyed by fire In 187, ins, The artist' was .father. muss. U. lAiI .itwst..

I 1:1: 1565-1965 tells epoch of America I IST.

AtXH'HTI.VK. Florida The village built a roosted! fortifieation. .U nenKJtUlue In an heroic statue'
eM) Spanish Mission' of Nombrc! de and mounted 24 braae rannon. executed' by the Ute Ynffualav' rvlj>.
Dios in this historic city prte' the hading site of America' first They tailed their settlement) HU where the first, .......... chain
Founding Fathers, and the snot on Augustine be attM they had first WM bulit four centuries ago,
which stood the first Christian ml- aiftited land at Cape Canaveral on
ion and parish In this country the feast day of that saint And they Thuus.wla of vUilota' cuine to the
called the site. U the r landing& bi' slas annually to pay rwwrenee Id
Four hundred yean ago on September Nombre de I>Vj*--Name of Gul-b*. the 'I.t| where their ...ltnfta'IM'f'h.' e
8. 1565, Spanish Admiral cause they had claimed the Un .In "" ,an.
Pedro Mrnrndc eM A vile landed Cod'a name
here wiU a band of explorers to Th ring UW .( iNlrrvet m the
';! found* America settlriBeat.. Your Fully 05 years before the 111. fit. Afvto' .FtMiewl_'. foal at
\ diocesan Priests accompanied the u.1'"lition. pima Landed at Plymouth Hock. 40 the Oldest Mlw.i.fi __...... In ,part triune"
yean before the English settled. the' way the new get around the
Jaoo .iowM. 210. year before the country,
One, Father FraneiMO Lopes de American Revolution, Admiral Me
Mendoza Gn>"b'. described UM i *d- .ende and Father lope's .urceeimiia I rather James J, I lL.iw( ( vowu...
lion ...., eoatribuo"
Ute: founding this nation's tint |*r- gir /'brM&IIIIm
tkiete Ie .. are taming
"A. I had gone ashore the evening manent Kurvpean settlement and!
la retrwlaify trans profile wise bare
before. I took the twos and went t. Christian community,. ... .
reed about the Wh.. .. tress
meet" him (Ueneode' ). singing the From that time e. fit Augustine" people, wb. have n ...| the .Istaeis
hymn Te Drum odamua. The and Nombte de DUe were rejultrtyTke site. a4 from ...ea. rttcetj wHn.
Admiral, followed by an who aeeom- oem J'ot. have take a special Interest at the
Pealed him marched up to the Crass,
where Aaerle's first
plate pariah
prttlmwnt t L.
knelt, and kWd It came a town .
a..1 then a city Al Nombre de Iwo wan I.w.a
"A large number .f Indiana a MiMMMi was founded from which .
... A" .
rhowgrOI&O a far
watfhed these proeeedtfift and Imitated hundred of PrWwte and laymen . lime fl>M e trf the ...... w.c-y
all they HW &**. .
gannet iota the trackless continent.
beve hew sent wt regularly thew;..
Father bins then offered a Mass VHh City and kfU.iu. fUnd U>Uya the National! CalhnAe News tlVrvkl."These .
of thanksgiving, It was tW float.... the rrvile .f American Christianei.tluatioa
in Amerka'a t'\nt City and the first rehouse hove 1e44 asiUh wss
of CarUtUa retigle" .f people shunt I the MtM ..'. f....!.
liWawO our asthma tWftr'1II1'
.. !. 1Srta
.. ,
b> the United' Bute begss" with an act ut religion, the.
At..IU c riusk.a. the i4orri hb.tnrian John CUImary Rhea rightly' -Mae Iw aat4wal. ,............ ..,..
et to work building, m AmerUiala Mid. "Toe altar U older than the
rrttletne ftt .boa rt h." .. iwl.
rather 11r.lsw *.1 bat +s.

quick order .,......,k ad ak Tally M the old Msmi..w ground.s sivv progress U U4 1 k. bdbs1..w'e
men made friend with the Indiana rustle altar cumme 't.. that story a* UM stets Mane win begin

moved Into the "(Tnt bou* of their Ont Ua.... The ,,"n"r Father II"'ea th e FalL

Tke rWrU* C'atb: ..Me 7
Bt A.f MhM r.sad u

Model 1 <, I Library to be center '
:r "''i' "..: ;( ;
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Further description of the .. $ !( ,

architect' model wu given ? 0'r e ;f ; ; for history research !

by Father Michael V. Cannon .,r .

Union director : : ; .. : .1<' qn ,. ... ... pro OBSERVE the .400th( library will- Incorporate the )Itecenlljr' .the Miuiun... .. of' e a of t
'f : <. \ ..... ... : L f
The groundsHe ." ,. III'f.t't anniversary e of the following feature: ombre c> de Itiixi bra .?.
;a.,. founding of America's' First Exhibition hall to displaythe '! 'lUllon' ,, wK| | Ko\rrnmenlagriMle
noted that the location Itt. w. : City, St. Augustine and of St. Augustine |.*..rUh.... \ ..* and.... inhale' persons' '
of the Cross and of the Votive\ registers. In Spats,", 'for .the' .loan.. .vf.. d.<.imnirnl .
America's First ---
Church' and library were .t' aw i Mission, e Stacks for (COOOolume( ) \ *. '. and.. other "malrrUU' ... ...' reLtliHR -
.., 1 4 Nombre de Diog. a library e Vault for manuscripts. rare ... .lo.. .hands.>. ... 'lo be' rxhiMIed ..
placed Along a line Intersecting
? +tSt,. ir-M Floridian'' will be erect" \volume\ and microfilm.' ... In the new'" ltbrarl) ,U IW..>X..
the center of the MUtlon ed on the historic )Mission
S A study area with six Arrangements have a1! :>
ground grounds in 1 1965. decks", adjacent to '\tacks.S twen. initiated", for the "microfilming

""The three structure were The sponsoring body will A conference\ and study) of the .papers... of .Pedro! r rf

conceived by "Mr. Kennedy, a* 4 be the St. Augustine Foundation room, adjacent to) vault. 1 Meneivlea> ..", tie A.h t I.)*.... ,fouiulcr"'
a unity," Father Gannon Mid. foundation I Two office, for library (of St. Augustine In late,.
4 a non-profit
"An axis. line was drawn formed to celebrate director and librarian. These" paera|) are In the .

4 through the grounds.. off St. the )M,{ i I.s s i Ion I Quadricen- The design will I be by Ma- I private> > archhe of I .Kl I I..te C ...:
LouU Avenue, which will M tenniaLThe giants and. Walsh and .Kennedy ... de llljglgwlo<<"\ .. In Cljan.} ,
a one block long entrance architect(' of l Uoeton. Spain, and hue> never'\' r been\
Into the Mission from Itoute .' e practical(' purpose) of MaswK('hucHU.. microfilmed or other.. *'i>eduplicated.

One St.. Augustine's' main the Library will be to gather. Present' holdings\" of the U- .

traffic artery Into one place. (' all the hUtorlcal brary,. constitute. a firm bane Other Important collectionsof

off Hoale : ( materials. in book and on which to,) build a notable\ documents\ ,relating. toFlorida's ) I IArthbt.hop
From *the l.ar. miAr wan-- manuscript form, &that relateto collection. history are In I'public National attention
I onU, Avenuethe -
Oil onto' $HI.' < Florida's' .
history> t a Span- and private' archlte InSpain \
pilgrim will see.. a .pectarMlar ish ., and (Chief among) thee holding .
colony make these
to and some. of them. hate\
and. ln"|>lrU( .Ibt- C CE\ materials available for study are the Parish Ileginters.. r of>( already' been examined' by) the Jiweph' P. Hurley)' (ac' from left, !Dr.) ON hart II miner. of
all In one vl I"U' .the )MI"*luB.. .... + w St. ,Augustine.. dating ,from .
by professional I scholars l and .
) Mliwlon director.Their .
entrance' ', .the ,Hpaaloh", ,, style f)>l 4. -- -. -- '- tudenU in history 1MM.: .the.. oMe.l 'wiliun" .. era.. ond from left), explains plans' of the the University of California, outgoing
column and arches.. ol the ,. rtU of .., kind library, and, rising overall", .. Aerial view today of area of Oldest Mission in U. S.S."Th. Materials that.. cannot. be ed Hlale' duplicates will ,lie. a valuable St. Augustine .Foundation to Arch. prraklcnt' of the Association.)(' l Dr.> (Ocarllaleckl
purchased In the ,,111
original w service- to American scholars" \
: "
the magnificent. {'totIII. In 1340 page, then. old records John J.. Krol of of .Fordham win
be phoUxiupllcaleiJ... either as of the Spanish), colonial perkxi.' bishop Philadelphiacenter ( \ UiiUrraity' ,
\Votive Church will' be .the.. apse of the rhairch. donax shells'" and sand. Its cemetery will also stay) as U facsimile were laminated and catalogued
"As the pilgrim creases rustic appearance(' will lend Is. copies or ). )Members' of the American' (' tier of the John Ollmary Rhea.. Pi'. lie
erected he
Ban Marco Avenue and said a "The outdoor altar," he said, an antique charm to the This acred acre" "" 11be\ film. Joint efforts. of the Carnegie In preparations... to duplicate
through t the Mission& entrance prayer of the Priests' and people "will be of considerable size. walls of the Mission build the place toward which<: all \\\hlle\ emphasis will be Institute and the National important[) Floridiana materials Catholic: Historical AwocUtlon"'" meet) for the outstanding historical) writingof

he will enter a haven of the Diocese of St. It will\ be seen(' by thousands. placed on the two" Spanish Archives. They oblously\\ constitute at the Library of Cun- '
the other will\ ) '.
ings. buildings point Ing& in Philadelphia learned' of the In. ( I HHtf{ and Dr.. \Vincent I' DriUntU
of shade trees, greensward Augustine to seek Divine as of. J people> gathered In the "Overall the design of the Its much loved, p primitive periods, 1 1MS-17W 1 and 1783- a national treasure. "green, the John (Carter Drown
and flowers. Ill* car will follow instance. ( In these> dangerous open meadow to the south of library I is, contemporary) character will be preserved' 1821, the library will also Other holding' Include :50 Library at brown University' vitation' of the St, Augustine .Foundation of the University' of Notre' I ianie> > >, new
a graceful circle past the the lagoon. Here' the ceremonies carry Floridians relating to rare volumes.. 500 other' .. "volumes at (Providence' .. ', Ikwton's llor-
expression of our own times, and the small chapel and rustic
facade of the Votive Church times."We. for large pllgramages' 400 after the holy altar will\ remain as they.. the English period' and to the \ of .Floridiana"' and<<1 Americana rand.: .t'nlverslty' Library, and to share In the, undertaking&". Ixx.. nk.>k Aanociation' PiraUlcnU"
and the portico of the library. \ have been contributing ,, American tcr:c: jrlal., and .
will\ be conducted. events. we celebrate. stand. : and archUes of the the William L.. Clements. U- ing&, at the plans' with the prelates, are',
Parking('! area for 220 (cars for some )years now to "Yet there are other t Father Gannon concludedhis State periods. parish and Diocese of St. Augustine '" brary at Ann Arbor, Michigan.

dill| .be, provided' at the northeast thU... church which( will be an The LibraryFather themes( too, in the design. explanation of the arch&. The physical d de ,,en of the dating from 1C2.* .

t corner' of the ground, exprenalon of our Christian The arches are Spanish Intone tect's model I by saying:

"All (of,t the groumU will\ .be., hope that God will save\ our Gannon described( and the columned portico Chen\ this construction Is
carefully.. ) lanaettil.'l."Tbe (%,. !. .!. 1 lend. | ami",. our |people 'from the th.. library. that encloses the building completed! when Mr Ken
horrors of nuclear ,war,' "Like the \VotUe Church.' ls a touch of the (clasalc.: nedy's' brilliant conception.. l t.
"ninny.. beanUM.. 'tree' ''' MJunt as Cod once(' gave the he said, "the library \will\ \ be The library, like the church, standing for all to nee, when
.that l now'" Nand... .. here Mill be constructed of coquina ruck will\ be
protecting' hand of Ills Frovldence a building built for the plans of the Diocese for
retained' ..<.1 l others mainly' .' .... to t the Spanish! and ,white,' limestone Coquina the ages... .". many years back are finally
,jm.| '., will l be .planted' where. Is ,, ..
| (Priests' and pioneers('( 'who" a shell rock Indigenous to Iloth .Father Merlin and Fa. realized Nombre de Dloa will
dr.irahle..' ... St. Auguatlne. The facade and ther ..
Gannon called
landed<< here 400 years ago, so attention certainly become one of thegreat
.Flowers.. "" and t uithee> ,will, \ now ,we, beg, him.. In thisVotUe walls of. the Cathedral. and to the fact that the small pilgrimage centers on. ,a.de .
'beautify. the site>, and a low \ (Church, to extend the the maMlve battlements. of penlnauU-"the sacred' acre* the North American' <, continent ,
bulge", ,will, \ enclose the entire Mme protection to IM.\ the Castillo de San Marcoe) : which\ .U.. the original )Mission and a national sanctuaryof ( _. >> > ,
are built ,from this rock. ground will nut, t.be. yyT.tor
arc.*&.. Father.. Ifeelln explainedthat << which.. we can all be justly
"It &Is a conglomerate of changed' In any) way. The proud."
the church' will seat tot)

Votive Church people|<>('(' and will be adequatefor ,
ordinary.,. day*. "" \\\\\\\\\\\\\\'" ",\\n'",\\,\\\\''''\\\\\\'''\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\,\"\,,,....a..s..a tor 4 fw fwI i.
- - -
.Father llexltn"" drew attention
& to the \Votive Church: Foe' pcUI., ocra.lon.. .. and..

which will 'land:. to the south |pitgrimrgen> : ;.. however, ,who..
weal of. the library: ,. and will no rhnrrk .ewnld. .. (contain' I the :
l I... connected' ", to II by a curvIng thus. .*..*.... .1 f people' expected.. ..... St. Augustine Foundation I S% 4r
cloister.. t or> covered walkway here' Holy M I..M will be .f!-

,Ored.. .. at a. outdoor. altar at ,f''t.

The St. Augustine Foundation will have charge E5' & weIw

of the Quadricontennia! Celebration at the Missionof

Nombre de Dios in 1965.

Your contribution to the Foundation is earnestly' i

sought, so that the commemoration of our* r nation's' t tr.(

founding; may be fitting and worthy. s

The names of aM donors will l be remembered at

Manes, offered at the Mission during__ the festive!

)year.' ,; 1

The names of donors of $$50.00 or more will be

intcHbed) on the base of t the ;illuminated Croat -

the Beacon of the Faith

Write: St. Augustine Foundation

Mission of Nombre dt Dies
--- -- -
Architect and director

Construction of the illuminated! p P. O.. Boi 868 .. Architect's' model shows view of Mission from the northwest r .

towering \ .. .. .. ._ .
for the Oldest )MUalon in the United\! States) U t dis) St. Augustine, Florida For cecBpamoa f with the architect's' trvxVI 1 above parking' lot trttora. Tbry' .MJ& r first Lac l ru'jf. Ift* 5,4, fr.d. then. .rto.e, > 1M ii'''_1''eta' )' "'..f.uL.. {.guru's .IkeM1..lim"

cumcd J by )Kugrrve F. Kennedy.: Jr.. Baton. archj- are... the aerial pboiograt i oo these I p*gee that shows ltbrsr7-rah.bHi,,. hH. right center, whet* h Uwry. will\ ) ...... 'weer4. Mte.in what... the... first Mass ... Heal.

tats' at St. Augustine.\& J Florida, with, .Father. )MW the Mawkaa grounds. as they BOW' apfear.,. "'..Uon-ill learn", roes |<4VtrUl< ehHrOi* tw .hM... ..,.rjr anal..i the, Ink A....*...... rU t (CXy.' A..t..r...... r bilge, .. sail.. ..I ../

chael \V. Cannon, )Mutton" director. 1"a" ,,, \\\a\ ....,\\\"\\\\\\\\\\,,, eater' at the right and follow. the circle arovad d to \the jrortance 1 of the Ue they leave, CMM. &to. s*.. A bilge .krsl.. u..e .vMtaq( U I u..e .Wunai/t.lal.". ..., rr.....

4 TAe IVrUa Catliolie(" t fit' AvgvtJlaw Fncdatias", 1V .IWbU (OtUft' f

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King summons men of faith

( to found Florida mission

J'OUR HUNDRED years compass heading fur San

r Ago, In th* year of Our Juan de Puerto lUco. which
Lord 15CS. the nation of Spain they reached: on August 9.
/ determined to found a permanent I l In the harbor they sighted
settlement on the four other ships of their scattered
mainland of what la now the fleet including the flagship -
United States-on what the San Pelayo of Admiral
Spanish called the continent 1fen ndez.

of Li Florida. LLw "Loud cries of Joy resounded -

Fir earlier attempts to do on all tides," Father Lopez

this bad failed: the expeditions : wrote, "and we thanked the
of Ponce de Lion In Lord that he had permittedvs

1521: PanHlo de Narvaez in to find each other again,
1528, Hernando de Soto In j but It would be Impossible form
1539! Father Luis Cancer In to tell how it an hap

ISO, and Tristan de Luna in pened." ,
1553. The Spanish I voyager

Now, in the Spring of 1SC3. paused several days In Puerto
King Philip H summoned the Rico to replenish their store
foremost naval commander of of provisions and to take on
his day, Don Pedro Menendez ig yJ board horses and additional

de Avlles, admiral of the men that the King had agreedto '
Spanish fleet. furnish from the Inlandgarrison

T* \lfttnt4n the King Offered .
a royal .a...uu. *.. Coal Father. Lopez. WM asked
*..* and coarrrt Florida at t* remain by Peer Rir .
his own Cost," And l( hewKhrd .mtawk.. .ttrr+4 him an

It, the Illle uf "(;0" pow- attractive pattorale, Ht be

err, ('*.Ul.<: .*ral., Card ref sand
AaeUaUdo" trf this .1..lu! He aaldI: wanted to at*
province.Uenendei. 11 Vd" If by refusing a personal benefit
for th* love of Jesus II*
accepted. He began would not grant me a greater,
to form a fleet since It Is my desire to serve

On June 29 15A5 Mcnendoa Our Lord and Ills blessed
sailed out of the port of Cidla' another"

with 10 ships and 1100 men
bound for Florid. e a I t They sail on

coast. Pedro MenefxVs, meanwhile
Almost at once his fleet encountered had to face th* problem
severe storms created by his scattered
which forced Its return. fleet. The admiral and adiantado *-
was lacking over two

Diocesan, Priests Sees oldest, written records third of hla. expeditionaryforce
and had no wax .*
) Several days had later the Last March President Lyndon B. Au uatliM. Preaident Johnson dewed knowing when-or if-th*
the storms abated
Admiral act sell again this Johnson left was personally conduct. above UM oldest written records in remaining ship would arrive.
company ed over the hallowed ground of the country the registers of St. Au- .
time with an enlarged :
of 1500 soldiers sailors, Amerka'a Oldest Mission by ArdtcutiDe'. Cathedral pariah Father Bolls de Liens was

locksmiths millers, allveraratlha bishop Joseph P. Ilurfey, Bishop of St. with him when he mad his
tanner, sheepherd-
ors and" farmers some with Only five vwels r..al... a"'H nn' "n,,,,,,,,,,,, "H H\\ \\, ""SHin.hilt th* people whe
their wives and children ............ Altar first were' with him were' personsof .
came muck reliance and bravery,
An additional 1000 pioneers Father Lopes wad on one despite th* fact that many of
were to follow bier from of the ore ships The Catholic Charch: la this country does notbegin th* soldiers were' not trained

Astnriai and Biscay The five veeaela. which remained her history after locks went formed, and b* summoned all the a.......
Chief among the passengers of our fleet had a mca had looked to their temporal wen-befog. tier to a council and told them

were "four secular Priests prosperous voyage the ret of Prieala were among the explorers of the coast that be had not taken that
with faculUea t. hear tonressioew' -
the thanks
way, to Our Lord
who would plant the and lib Blessed Mother. were the pioneers of the vast Interior; with Catbohe expedition under his charge

CTOM of Christianity. in the settlers cane UM minister of Cod and Mass through. vanity or |ursanlkntereat.
new land was said to hallow the hud and draw down the but for the honor of

Their sums were Father In tempest blessing of heaves before the first step was takento cab Wb already apposed,
to b* manifesting Ilia. mere**
Francisco lopes de MenduaaCrajales. Tp to FrUay. the 2Ol h. we rear a human habitation. The altar was older *
since to ahow Ills hand vto-
Father Gonaate Sol& had very fine weather. but at than the hearth.* Rev lie had permitted that

.. W<<'&10 Father Rodrigo ten .'do k that day a vtofeat "..* ODaaarj She, 183C.Th the powerful fleet which
Garcia de Trujlllo. and lather wind aroM which by t... tntM
Pwar de Rueda afternoon had becoeae the 't"1 1 ,, \\ \\ t"t nu1\ \\ \\ t, sailed from (Spain) should
arrive near Florida In
an mvPJrd
Aa the Spanish vessels. most frightful burrtcane oar aids the* resolved same dangerous situation w*
eondlUon In aderthat
plowed westward through the could iimntpe.The to throw aO the chests *f th* thought w* mart surely pet .
the anrreas aff whateverfamous .
Atlantic Father Lopes who aee. wkkk core to the nwa .Into the sea bat the tit*. bas and during the whl*
action Ovid b
WM fillet chaplain. mad very cloud, iiumd about to treaa */ the aok&era was a* bight I preached to the crew, achieved should tit attributed*
note of the '9VJ'..*. .swallow up alive and such great that I felt constrained and exhorted them to pot to Him
II* recorded the ftoefa, arrival was the fear and appreheoakm .. throw mywlf at late feet their trust in Ood.
Trusting m the Divine
at the Canary Islands on of the pUoi and other and beg him. not to de .. Sunday morning earn*. and WU. he said b* held. Mproper

Wednesday. July ft, where th* sailors", that I puahed mytttt saved yes can fancy bow w* re that they should sail
ship took on food and water. bard In exhorting any brethrenand Luggage to see tfayHgM One e at one for 'Florida without

The folluwtng Sunday. lie rompMUona to repentance. -1 reminded, biaa that we wore. although th* storm watting for or seeking farther
nitd. the fret raised wit I represented to them ought to trust to the great continue*; enabled an day, sU.
agate fur the Uland of Doc. the Passion of Our Lord merry of Our Lord and. Ikea and until noon of the Mow.Ing With approval from s3hands.

mica In the CartUwan. Jesus Christ Hla JwOr and true OvMlan. be ahowrdromfVlrnre Monday when Our Lord Ucsteodes weighed
Father Sons de Meraa she fibs Mercy, wad with ao much in Gad and spared deigned to bar. enmpnina anchor and XI his few shipsto
made note* of the voyage aurrma that I passed the th* Kigsan"U"he : and marry on a.. and ealowd
aa again, *orthwardtoward
Having set aU. from the night In confessing theov Jesus Otrkt per 0* try W the wines and the DabasnaMKX.Chases.:.
CantrW*, within a short lime The ...athe norm salted the tHom ear day w* ware*.* .
1 fkrrr" Ms+hst arose. ai roared ere* louder and tow tanked. at earn ether aa at rtigsSt.
O. Angma .. Paths ... .. at' '111\ II "
the fUrthlA with s peiach eying ware broke ever. the men raked tress the dead and .. .
broke from the ... his a espoeb es ash".
away fleet dicks. forcing the ahip'i captain though our suspense during
the Ward et ...... Augustine
without being seen more where
any ; to throw orerUMnl the Saturday Was ft* We then
And the !neat day a ahalkp cooking apparatui many barn that of the preceding night. ... r4's eepeais dredd.d so

tW'lM'd tort t. hiMl for she e/ water. seven nltVatanea Rrht itself w.aUa a ecrsss _,Joe r4 ashese for -aan. Foundation...

was leaking t.1t7 and cmkl the rtnr. rigging N ... Z's sight howe.er. Three days later the crew
.rat be helf..L- and the ihlp'a cabte. ...... again kin In the "t-d. anchor and sat a drtafli, oa page i.SI .
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Nurnhro do Ohio, WM d"!". J. i ivIrftis
scribed In detail this week by
the rrAVJat of the St. Aucu 110.1. .
*tinAintUUon, ]rather
Joined. J. 1I..un.

Father llMJln said that the
UlumJiviteU Cross U dntlfiieilfor : It *1H ru. out of the
earth In a att i ,nr way, like a
a height of ytt0 fe t.
eon qt lit ado r a awt>rawnnight
'At this height,* 1M pointed into rrurlfarm, ; It
... will r***< t ,
'" out, It can easily N *" permanently the
'JIJ"rJp r t front all the major aj" CtxiMitlrg effects of the sun
|>rochro Into the city both roumnnj Mil air' and It will
I Archi't' day and nl ht. The Crew will rive MIIII..nrort...'" to
ect makes Mission plansEugene face the ocean Inlet to the the flmiilllfhit that will/ I IIlumlnau -
tdt, whore ships that P>IMr It at night,
..ft&he harbor will luvno "Tl>. (Team will to f rvclr.|
dlttktitty In sighting this at IN* al,,,r,i.lrB.u htratkrn
F. Kennedy Jr left of the for Maas la the Micaloo, meadow (fore
.' where the ODM .
11M. of the halt of l'lr..10Itr
Boston firm of Magionla and Walsh ground). The existing entrance tuil lather 11..11. __..a..I.... .tI."t..J In our "level *U >r.r.
and Kennedy explain architectural lag Is at the extreme top right. la the
that the (Vo> I* .....! U ro ago It will r'DllndAI that
rendering on construction proposedat center of the model pictured U the Mind all eke pas MT salve the first act of our "A".wia.
ht. .,....U.*, either. lard
kjf '
first ftotxllrt Father, lion
the Mission of Nombre de Dloa la library and archive building and Ushind
or by sea. .c the eolddleas bmalaslags !Intro UrnentlPi il Ie A'ltH.(
St. Augustine, Florida The architectis it is the walking bridge over Ilos- ., our ssStns. WM tit kneel 1"1| kiss thecn

pictured with Father Irvine Nugent, pital Creek, leading to spot where the "lly lank It* MM. "tvurUl > -."
Father lleilin Mhl. that the
diocesan chancellor right, and Father Father Lopes Memorial now stands. At and pOgrlnu' will see theCr..w names, of donut of fiooo or
from Vista line oa
Michael V. Cannon Mission director. the of Ocean morn to the fitouitaUllun Altltlfte
corner Street and !Highway teeth the) north and south lpo '
> will b* Inwtlr.lon ,
The drawing below shows a view from US. One (top left of model j4c- preaches, and from the Mm the ...... of Site tlkuetla.Ceti .
a"lofUeCh<< on ItouU AIA I
the south. A large outdoor altar will be turN) .is planned landscaping" saving hkh futlowt the ocean Crux Already humlrnU
of Catholics from every CI ir>
built at the apse of the church so that present oil trees, under 'II hkh WoW 1* thorvlln ear ol tko LAsse.in nU. ./ tho

large crowd et pilgrim can gather prorkkrd parking for pHgrimagtw. Tte MtflwiU ., UW OMwUI mastery bay. armed them
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Men of Faith
t t
trom Ml* eferrPl
I ta Our Lord all that he
may give me In this world, all
i that I may acquire and pogMMM .
In order to plant the
J Got-jx-l In this land for the
enlightenment of Its native,
and In like manner I pledge
myself to Your Majesty"
Thus was founded, on Se|>
temper 8, \Vf! the parish and
settlement of St. Augustine.The .
Spa n I lit h pioneers
named their landing site
"Nomlire de nlo "Name of
God-and there they foundedthe
country' first Mission.
From .Nomlire de HIM and
.HI.. AuKuMlne unnumhfrrd
I'llrnl and laymen. carried Ilk AWWOldest -
.. the' twin tort"",. of ( hrMUnlly >
.- and rlvlllxallon Into the
IrMiklpK* continent.
Fully 55 years before the
Pilgrims landed at Plymouth
K(xk, II) year before the
English: nettled I Jamestown,
and 210( years before the
American Revolution, the Intrepid .
band of Pedro Menen IF' '
den founded the first permanent .
: I
Christian settlement In
what .U now the United I Mission St. Augustine
Iitatt'H.The: .
three pioneer who

wrote the narrative of the Pariah Priests were Invited to Foundation, and Father Michael from left, MonsIgnor John P. Me-
Voyage and founding Father
IAPIes l Father Holla. de Meran, study a model of the Mission of V. Gannon, Mission director, out Nulty V.G., Father David B. Cronin

and IV recorded more than they
knew. they recorded the left, Father James J. Ileshn, the construction of Quadricenten-

lilt th of a nation. president of the St. Augustine Mal monuments. Looking on are,


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Ouadriccnt'eni to recall landing at St. Augustine,. Fr"orida' I

Three men who were there de modem men have donned 16th century a Mass that marked the birth of a
8cnbt.1 l the landing of the Spanish Spanish armor to enact the rents of nation. These page describe the land.
founders of St. Augustine. MrUa. onStytembrr that historic day-Don Pedro Menenda ing and anniversary construction projects
!8, 1B6A. Excerpts of their kissed the crucifix offered to him at the Oldest ),Uu>>n.,
accounts are In these psgos. Above by Father Lopes who then said Mass,

S 'The Iferi04 Cfctholk M. .,-.U.. t'uuodatlo*

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