The Florida Catholic
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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: March 6, 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 )
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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>.
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;rtora High School retreats part

of March Vocation monthST.


At'Gt'STIS-Vocalil 'I month in the Diocese of public high nrti,*>t vinderMespecially \ -" ""N..N.sNNNeeN.N NeeeNNeee5NM4NN.e11NN

In' G. inp > illc! and
St. Augustine opened on SurtJi\\ March 1. The annual
In CVroa nocKleilgeIn Holy week/: retreatsfor
program observed etch month f March will once again
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a endeavor to net forth before I th! ,' faithful of the. Diocese
rhllitrrn of hush M hixil ate In high school youthThe
the great promise of the'Our, h and the. need of dedicated all the other chin where tlnlyVerk

Moslem-ruled Sudan Priests and Sister to lend t to this portion of Christ's \ rrtreati. nil) ... titers, diocesan Department of Education has re.

vineyard.The will he .h. henetlrlarlei" ofonenlaf leased t the snw| ointments or retreat master for

retreat r 0'nilnrtr schools of the Diocese will participate" intensivelyin Ike a1l...re... .. i'rlnl apM>lnlr
expels all missioners the Vocation month program During Holy Week 1ft the. t'enlral athnllr, IllihNrh Hrarwalfr. t'rnlral falhollr high fehixd!, FalhreMlllUm
M>| ol thai area lor IMjrWeek
.%. ll.whh.lm.lUjInna .
diocesan Priests will conduct the, annual high school re* rr.nlorarrai'.ther

treats. llcarh.. Father' lx>|>" Illih H 'bl. Father'
Mortimer, lUiidheri
KHARTOUM. The Sudan (NC)-The ''' a.l i:: he t..kt'n over bv Th.s. year, in addition to the t *h the retreat. rt"'If.m. In announcing the l>ti"'e.aitiVpartment Michael| lUtirahan.

ated government of the Sudan has rin .' and clergy, .... Catholic! high l.dr! Work retreat ma*.
-P > thou txH of 1 of lvullon: p..rtlrlpatlnn > Ja.bs.urlll.. HNhnp Kenny lllh "Hrhnnl.' bny. Father'
year battle against Christianity in the Mm1.RN: lM< k pate school children reached t< II romtoct retreats forJ In Vocation month. l I.asrrsre H. HnKham| ; girls Father. J.... A.

this African country by ordering the --- -. -. MM teachers thU tar wnuKI 1.1".
maining missioners there. attend r..k,1tln., .. innine
i UKrUn.l, hunts t'. Illih Hchmd.<< Father' Thnma F.lflhnnrne .
\ .
Last November Bishop Ireneus Dud \J rltle for Nih | .: .
of Wa.ii, declared that there is "de facto and IloIrllu.a1( ( p'tri"i<*.e.*. a ""

Christianity in his Moslem. The meetings of 'the educators \ rntral t'alhotlr' Illih !"rhoo|, FalhrrIU
ruled country.The polled 1A3 .. wilt\ | take place .", March i II .lfl J. 1'.wly.
south Including Jarknn\llle" lvvtnn
at ,
expulsion order fol.sed Scheduled to Reach OrUixhi, lakeland, l rUn.lis nl-h"p l Mmire Mlh H, h.ml .boys. FatherXlrhjrl

'tlorurles the arrests and of Sudanese M eral.! are 272 & Melbourne\ Tampa. XI tV.er.. 1. l.annoii: ; girls talker Ullllam .\. hilly

Aleuts on charges. of helping' estants. ti' iOwu hurt, ('learsater and .Sara- Hi. .t.i..lUe, ,hl. J....pkr..lfmjr, talker' J...* A.F .
The Interior \
.sots all bwvllllle..hh On
f jthern Sudanese rebels whore | lies
Glared tral Catholic High Sch........
fighting( the northernp
( :rolled (gmernment claiming ."The cabinet\ Th. regional meeting*, Mhl MI. Our.hKri.' .k.P lUrry Illih' M' hoel Father'
deport all () John I I'. fanllUM.
father Ivinaher will. be for
It follows a policy of ra- (
from the
JI| discrimination, polltltalIhlf' pro\lnre The grade school leaden nitMarch "t. ''.'.r..rl. Stun. l II." \rail.mjr. Father, Jamie
II Prli Hj>aVi. are )beingnotified .
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<"tlon. religious p.raecutlon ill \ > ak.i.HI. .
Utry .
by letter ftf the .Inratlon -
(\ and economic eiploltadon. -
( the churches and t houri for the .meIng .*- ,. ''.'''r.h. .'.. HI. Paal'a Illih nrhnnl|, Father !>..
to carry out *. mold ......
". Mnhamml Ahmed Irwa. old slutanc" and Father iVinaber Mkl. that Hara*..la, ,'.,.11..1 'I....".)' High Hrkn. ..1.| Fatker, John

a pre.. ronlerenre here that danese there YHlulo1 I be opportunity /'. ttHlsTamp
for dl ('u..1nt\ of mutual patio
H. added
'Ihe ami remaining. mll nfr. Irma by lerbert Iftiltrurtll\tr ., Tampa I'alhollr llik Me k.vol rather, Hernar4
.re la b. ..sled, heraaive of and mu.ilon .
,Ihrlr ".b... of "."....e hew In the same grai4ea.. "I|>eelal I J. tirl'a4J.a.

pit.lit, and Interference U l"l"r.| will !h. preaenteiLNiMlitg CarrmRnollydga. area public' high school| ......at.., |*a-

'the M.d...'. affair..* Tampa ; w s r: that March I 1i Ika .h... II..I l | J. .UtkU..

mnslh'sb.a. for set
To date the Sudan has -" M. pray t..I..III. public high urh.w.l.lndals| Father Terrell
ex- plans PMh-*4nL am saw I I B I '
.. ....
rall | |ka | rl *
F. h.d a.K .
Tampa Catholic High School grows Ika. HIMerkMMl,' /'.,... 1.h..1 1-..-

Snell Isle'sSt. for ...., ,.* ..*te4 ... prlitrlpal ,Me' The' ..!tI. Priests, wilt give retreats t. ptihllearhnul

101"'n' Monmgnor John F Scully broke North Roo* Avr-.ue! AajiUtlng. the !. .k.M poster r*>.,lel. rhll.lren" at the ('ath' .111' High fehtmls hove

Raphael TAMPA: ground on February 17 for a new d.... school president s r-:? Father James A. .a> l ..ralt,Ie.*. fin March Jl froin I a m until 2 p m

being room and multi-purple building\ .t Urkln. right )'a""' "r Thomas F. The heel three .p..dora In

hangs bell new Tampa Catholic High: School, 4A30 Fjirner and aome :f -
at Tampa tinrngM by Ihe teacher to the Women's conventionlists

ft> KUj: I 1HI.K. *(. r..I..... School meeting on Marsh- 14 and May

Hire SL Raphael Church on February terrorists show anmvtn"- to Ihe other ,._h.,.. Sarasota 'motels'

campanile! has been enmpletfd. room and liana aIN. he than *el|, bel.

Last Saturday the hell building to sai'1.l. f..e the |Kvmn4liin' of the
- ml'flfiit.. JI1"..r".at Construction influence family. r...ry u be prayed I MKAMorA-Monslgnor Charles I. rWander: XT, ,

blewed by Father William J. ing Mirth It In rty bMite.tn pastor of Ft Martha .pariah In fUrasota' has Jnlned rnnv

\\elnhelmer. pastor, and a permanent rrfetHflf. lh,. IrnlySeek mine haUrnen 'of tile DUicesan Council of Catholic Women

.tort* rraiw .h.n >m>_H the area, a "'.'" um'JIJJ\1I.; : (>n) Hishop Rene Twissalnt fliibnp! fllil..I'l told .bow \ retreat, loather IktfMher and heal run vent k>n .leaden .In plan for the forth
hell Into the tower chapel 1 and a ( f r.....1.| f ..,..I..l the ....II,
.! 43, of Idiofa In wh ne diocese Congolese ramS Mid that the annual corning stele wkle meeting ta bit held her In May. Rsrrntly. -
The [, T Verdi i )Varhin: lent to two rIa ? ..teat.l .r.he> three ..
thmal wiMiki! \ (rah
'. caused three Priest to be hilledconsiders thea pn.traln It was derklrd' that the convention hea.15u4rtertwUl
. .'.mpaeth.\ -. same nfll"tfM"h. The : .... "..1.l lAt
present .1.
... Inntalled -* of Kwtlu, province i I -mtom of prevailing d>.- t' we.e II" l k.s.ih. arctoriMng 4a the retreat U at fl.. Azure TVlra, the Tare Crown and the Congress :
campanileequipment Into
In the IViAs In th.d..th..1nl and in the Congo After t he three Priests were killed Falk; 'nia. they. mete .....-.n. .1..... In Ihefenlral Inn Motor( Hotel. .
oratory sawtlng. In piMlrltln lhar
Priest well as 65 Suter "...r.lobr. Inn Until s lenaln' a4gnal4S taiholir lllgk) ... .*i'.r i'....i h.nmltl.e
at St. AugtMtlne, porary ........... remaining 100)) i I u given. fn>m whaieverua Mrhtmla. italic Mar. and HenetlkllMt ,VBt|(. with Ihl.rinse| 'el atWt !
urwler lna tlliM-tknn, ,if iLMr
t : nrla-hu provided for the will be c-.y.... .. .. .... by the termri.ta"Me .IN.. *', h. .'.art ptlUtlngtha of ,.. Mist Nlm..elImtaunl . )i..*.. "Hrnne..*rl IKt W .nleeminl. l'atlollwnm.1t,
urine; of the bell at St Rar' study rmms. ntnler. Mar 11. .It, U. hall. *" i;"IpreeM.M t
..h Totinnalnt arlinnwl-. are gnlntf to nWtioy i..*....... ulU. eit .kn. .. retral with Mrs. Jame.
: ;a.: t. poee bulMlnc I (>n K. Ine.. I I.... iU,. frf ", ear,I Ijarher ,'
.... of w..dfallne. you
"III!!! 1rrt.M .
The hell weigh Teal cafeteria .. the eslerlor tirtginn. "f all that "M built kv the !"'e t1* 1..1..1" Ihrv I. ...."... ..... rhalrsMn,
pound a ., tha ar.pkSs Mini.. 1lte ........ Plan .' b .... la NanaIa,
Ism "bare pdht ntslThe .
tt Is a memorial' rift of Mrs. It sill alan suUin 4 tarrurlat artivt- while. W. want ymi to leave she triA ( ...,... 1".lman. .
s.ebe." all Lean o the Mislay In Hila re wrrrM feces. *rl area, f>"te.ebalrp.ta
dLi 1. mt rat '
M ta settle w pollUc l *"* b dlar.w
Edward! :a H rolev and" Miss playt. parent I", \ r ,.... to a>k >i..r their paw lust I.I. ,.. ..k. and roattlnue for ln,.* f- .plan. ,he Math a**...1| ftmyeni: I !r\
here r he'II' seems.
K :h rlne F,,ley. memhert of for the atudent
tI the 1M. II>C< WThe
,. last year trarts ant I.'". Ids t...uhi.. Iwian..Mire day'.. hP *.w. TKe meeting .f IM.
fit Raphaels" parish.Ordered artlvtllM. spring .
lHalhwa fna N heart.dbalths.M
e n ffuetllla war K bra .. goa..4aerylhl.g .
rhnral | are arf Ute Prle..ia at Kti > r...,... hush, ..11-1 ,.lr...., a wet III"'W Pain.cry .
from N.IIaa 1 4 bulHtfig grnupa' orMlnaUiw fins eon. e la 4e.Ir.yed. f.- i ..e. aaswtnl ... iiai. ke ..uu. Fails |I.aba ..!... -m try .ta" mirnanla"will. V.. Add' ) **" l"1 '"* "" folVMI
..,.. ... .... poet .... Chips wire ,Hed r. .4 M..r.wslu 1at4Mt. has Men wortlog
tfcre ac the h ll t ( pie ram aU( a l
stag at the I > t.wtt Mid .knew MM.f arfi laka. ,.... .. n.,...1.|, Mat.kSI. Mafth 10 al INr 1.43' .Mhe
.. .... l.hl l.e.w. ,w eryb
ma4e especially foe tba (arovtiKt. roaie .4 Meg ( .
> ion Maly'
cbtarnnm .. i >e inMasrfa until wind wM ..
rkarrk at Knell |..le. )..k. aa4 .11 she tklni. tie *4 ta aeawMMnnitatlnAa, arvtl
tain ten pattern Is always tN aced.'Y..i. 'I. fIIt'hi... The t MUM .< TtoHr ray will a e. ata I ... tliwe .l this, ...|. |.rtas e.| ant toed, t' '"1
Can In bronte. the hell .h log to the ...- e In t.rrwr r1f1dH1111 i'11e11.'! k.ka l ........... .wlrb..Mlpm>' TtereIM )1-(. ,.... will.lists( a m.... while ym* ere lore A tery

*j>e' ted "lfh a hammer aet by the \ deaattetIn -.ftIIt H it ran tome back .later I"'. HM*> ht.t>a ajMrtqr a 4IIM.UK. .'m IMM and. |........>in lag d III. .....", beard. geersws (xs.p awe privit., .

,' ated by an automatic ring. Uadden Jr of ,. eiplatnH In the aarne If we nail you.. ( ..... "S* aft e..h area fat In* athnltr 4arlag kbkj final' a>la. .M e4 IM. te.4-whh<<. wtwt heed'

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'.rk fur the ayM.mlahtthe % .a 4a sat.l.. ftleM will toa aU..,.. (J aM. and lha meet tlwboue

Mca'-r It U progriuwned Fitf, gne |.. eMaj/artn ea and near .araanta r......,ty. fhamtwf .....t. In I". work"! You

H r "f the Angehjs ti.,.. r ,-.4......... .4 Cavwmerr. n.*.".klle, |I' fan'! afford IM ... "o time: a day. at T a m at Me.
nmn and at P III. It la also
.et for the *und. jr schedule. ti --

ct M.-...... .y ? Dioceso of St. Augustine

Two Bishops St. Augustino, Florida

named in Northw r brPd t Marsh,( 3, IMtl

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r t ae rw"r..4 t.. nur.
r' c..A,.. NI.hnpe ThTTTwutiM It h.. Laws A..ry .In **ta I""".." tt. ....10-1-,

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:: r.pt, aprMe1 Mndrop nun whe are .t.."" tK* IUere.1" I.,.... >..l In IKa .

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td MflMJpor ,...... M.fh. \4.. ptsw hue 19Q .( them' pref.Mflg fr wart .in our

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2 The Florida Catholic Friday, March 6, 1964

DCCW corner

Spring deanery meeting will be held this month

Florida ReportsTampa THE each area. The tint Is the meeting jof the South.

west Coast Deanery on March 10 at Our Lady Queen of

Martyrs church, Saraaota The women will gather at the

St. Petersburg Holiday Inn on the North

Help of Christians Barry High School r t" Trail after Maw.
Father Alvin Mannl SDB. Father Brendan Lawlor, This deanery U very fortunate Mrs.

has planned a benefit day for president of Bishop Barry to report two new affiliation
the boys of Mary Help of High School plans the first *, bringing their total

ChrlMl.inn School, on March: annual Communion day for to 11 affiliations. We heartily

8. At 10:30: a free bus ridef mother. and their sons on welcome In the St. Augustine Dioeus. sir

; jtn the city hall in downt March 17 Members of Bishop Diocesan Council the South President

:n Tampa will take pjrtlc- Barry Guild and students of .. "'_ --r- ._.. __ ... ...._...."' _.. '"' ",.. County' Epiphany Guild and r
nta to the school! The Sac. the boys' school will attend the St. Michael Guild. The

ce of the Mass will be of. Mass he will celebrate at 8::HO One Epiphany Guild Is led by

:le.. ed nt 11 a.m. Dinner will a m. In the school cafeteria.All parish's representatives Mrs. Robert Petersen, 217 awarded a monetary prize

served after Mass. Laterin members of the students' Venice, as
Talbot Street the amount of which wtll] ne
All of these people are on the Gene McNulty en- president of St. Jam
the afternoon, there will families will N welcomed to deanery upr respectively president. Monsignor George announced at the con\entU

he a Eucharistic Procession a breakfast' arranged by Guild Orlando Central deaaery board tatlve and president, respectively Catholic Women'a Club; Mri. Har- W. Cummings Is pastor. All of us will be able to ie.

. :d Benediction of the Moat sponsors. Mrs. John Cotter from one pariah St. James; from of St. Elliabeth's Guild; Mn. Thad old Baker, president of Home and The St. Michael Guild has CathoUc Action in minlatur.

H'cssed Sacrament, and Mrs. Nell Nugent are In the left, J.fra. Frank Flynn, Home Sieralenaki Diocesan Treasurer; School as president Mrs. Carl 1... For the legislative chat

J,suIt High SchoolA. charge and School Club, deanery repreaenMrs.. John Rourk, Mn., James Me- Smith SIS Canal Road. Siesta man, the "Layman's guide u

B. Grancloff Sr was elected Daytona Beach bUn; Mn. Katherine Gilaon, Mn. Lexxi deanery representative and Key, Sarasota. Father Individual rights" and "How

president of the Jesuit Our Lady of Lourdes John Lima M.M. Is the parish our laws are made and c-:

High School Foundation at Pariah participation in the MelbourneOur JacksonvilleSacred OrlandoGood Clearwater Priest. American government arc

the foundation's annual meeting hospitality to be extended to pamphlets available free of
Lady of LourdesPlana ShepherdF'rlends St Cecelia The Writ Cast Deanery
Monday, February 21. women's deanery delegates In charge. They be obtainsfrom ..
There will be a Joint may
meetIng joined the familiesof Father John Flaherty, a* will have their meeting os
Other officers elected were: Ormond and Daytona Reaches are underway for a own Senator
of the Sacred Heart Guild Cub Pack 25 gathered onSunday Blatant pastor of St. Cecelia Mirth 12 al the Outrigger your or
Carl D. Broreln Jr., vice-president on March 10 will Include preparailons post.Raster benefit. the dance Representative In the
and the Holy Name Society at February 23, for church, spoke to the membersof Inn after a Mliwi. Cantata at
; Matt O'Brien secretary; by the members of on April 9 at the Cape ColonyInn 7.30 March 10 at ty' you request. With else
pm., the their annual "Blue and Gold the Women's Club. Father 9 a.m. U hu Raphael church
Earl Ware, assistant secretary of Lourdes' Wom It Is
Our lions
Lady coming
sponsored by the Catholic church hall Dinner," to celebrate the blue O'Flaherty compared life In with F.tb..rfUlUam J. Welnhelmer good to be
; and Theodore Chive, an's Club. Registration will Interested in and
Women's Club of Our Lady of A panel discussion on the ribbon, which was awarded Ireland to that in the United .. celebrant.. Member Informed
tr"lIur.r.lIarold, be carried' out with the help about government.Mrs. .
Wolf was elected director of Mrs Helens Jackson and Lourdes pariah. In Melbourne.A 'Problems of Youth" will beheld them at "Scoutland" on February States. of the ML Raphael! Guild
by Father Thomas Lar- 7. This U the highest The Women's Club has reported om Hnell Isle will be the hoetemeii. Thomas Krnna efNeptune
emeritus in recognition Mrs. Wlnfree.Delwyn large committee has been
Betty kin' pastor of Christ the King award In cub scouting givenIn that 64 hospital hours Father James F. Beach youth dlceun .
of his services to the
fowls of London, formed' under the general'
foundation. pariah, Miss Kathleen ReUly. the Tohopee District. were given and KM!!! cancer <.k>ekler will speak o n the (chairman hat reported
England! a member of the chairmanship of Mrs. afar. efcemtlve for the pads were made during the theme "That all be ose"
Members of the board of directors Catholic evidence Guild there, secretary Following the dinner a may that howl families are needed!
who were elected Llpftcomb and Mrs HolloChrlalensen. Catholic Charities in Jack. spar missile derby was run. month. for the International high
described his at
conversion The Orlando Central Deanery
onvlUe and County Solicitor First prize winner was Terry Mrs Francis Winans, president school I at.desta'
E. F. Van t Judge program.
were: Eepoei, the general meeting of the members Hill hold their
Edwin M. Booth. Followingthe Dwyer. announced the annual Home. for boy are
Roger Flynn, Dr Arturo Gonzsles. club last week He had studiedto March 19. Mats especially
Members' of the club received meeting on
discussion there will be spring meeting of the West .
Dr. Frank Massari, Dr. be minister In the Anglican Kof 0Members needed Should you with farther
a will be said at St. Brendan
Holy Communion with Coast will be held
a question answer periodby Deanery Information thl,
Thomas Edwards, Byrne Litschgt. church to entering o
prior of Our Lady of church, Ormond Beach. The
the In St. Petersburg on Thurs
their daughters. A motherdaughter panelPlans
write to MlM Jo Anne lyel
Del Marcotte, Louis the Catholic Church. the Lakes Council 9150.: business meeting will be held
day March 12. Members of
breakfast followed for the annual card International High School
Benlto, Carl Broreln Sr" Ray He told the "%%'e
women Knights of Columbus held In Daytona Beach. We are
Charles Rkhard Clark last In the hallIt party to be held April 8 at 8 St. Raphael's Guild will make Undent Program, National
P. have a distinct mission pans Sunday pariah their first meeting In their the preparations. Mrs. Fred assured of two speakers on
James J. Corral George D. on the truth of the Catholic was prepared and .nerved p.m. at the Garden Center will new 'location this week. Grand this day Catholic Welfare Conference
Preston Deanery Chairman, .
Curtis, James Couey, George' Faith to all men" by the members of the Paramedics be discussed by Mrs. Fred Knight John flags comment.ing is be for Diocesan board memberswill 1)11 MaMachmetta Avenue,
to contacted reservations
llochschwender, 0 J. Coney, Father Brendan Donnelly Club from Central Withered chairman of the A. W Washington, D. C.
the council hall
on which are to be in by be elected at all of the
George Jenkins, Dr Gus Perdigon. 1C alw spoke at the meetIng Catholic High School. Mrs. event. Reports will also be
( Orlando's College Park area, March 9. deanery meetings and also If you visit the New YorkWorld'
Miguel Diu Jr Bruce the need fur Edward Porado and Mrs. made as to the number of
said on behalf of the Knightsthat Mrs John McElroy request' new officers for this year Beth.re Fair be sure to seethe
Sr. Dr. Joseph James Elder ,upervlaf'fl.'ft sponsors and advertisers retelted -
service/ to the parish.
Council SIM wishes to Pavilion.
for the ed anyone having any spare to make your vote Vatican Womei
Taylor, James Taylor, Robert' thank Monsignor Charles A.Hartok yarn to contact her. It Is toM count. from the diocesan councils 0'>

Thomas, Wayne Thomas, All parishioners are invited pastor of SL Charles used for the veterans at We will have a new contest Newark, New York and Han
and to attend this
Toland C. C. MillVega urged
Henry very parish, and its many other Bay Pines.DeLand. this year. Each affiliation is ford, Connecticut, will h.:.
Paul Von Gontard. Dr, Important meeting. St Francis
benefactor who have madepoesible
staff the pavilion as volun
invited to enter a display In
will make the
Albert' WlUon and Parke Circle arringements -
the Council's progress teen.
miniature, showing a projectof
for the
Wright. evening. lie reviewed the unit'shistory St. Peter one of the committees. Keep In mind the daft el

St Leo Woman's Club as follows:: A Solemn Novena in honorof These, entries will be judged coming diocesan convention

[;to Io College<< Father Joseph Barry, Pastor "On Sunday, May 7, 1M1! Our Lady of the Miraculous at each spring deanery meet on )&ayll. U and 13 in Sara

of Resurrection pariah with the kind permission of Medal opened on Sunday, ,
The faculty at St. Leo college Ing. sola. The them for this year
has announced that two rtq Mt will conduct a spiritual pro Monsignor Bartok, 55: mem March 1, and will close Mon. Fire of these will be chosenas will be, "Who is my neigh

i'udents from Jacksonville gram for the. Catholic Wom lien of the Knights of Columbus day, March 9. Father Raymond winning exhibits and then bor."

have been named to the r an's Club on Monday March joined' together to form E. Relcherter CM, has brought to the diocesan convention Beauty hint by Anita Col

flan's List They are I...slyet itch, at 11 a.m., la the Wom Our Lady of the Lakes Council been conducting the Novena, In Sarasota. ThfretheY' by the fashion expert TN

t t. Mercer and Terrene J. an's Club of Jacksonville. Cochairmen 5150 with lectures being made every mill be displayed and exterior picture you present
are Mrs. Johrt'Re "Three years of ambitiousand evening at 7-3U;
:uspelL judged again. Five will be is a reflection of your Inner
gan and Mr. Armand Dfrene. \> concerted effort culminated Tallahassee eel/.

Reservations for luncheon into a determination .
St. Petersburg Blessed' Sacrament Winter Haven A blentot,
7 t4 may be made by contactln on February II, to relocate: to The Women's Guild of Anttositti

I a* w ,,, Mrs Ivan J, Korion or more ,p.rman.nqUI r t e r. Blessed Sacrament parish will st. .Joseph

I 1 Mrs. A. F. Uegkr. DvMrl. where facilities will be available "Put your hands to the
hear Justice
Stephen C. O Conned
HEINZEN tons will be by Mrs. Thomas seven af of the Florida SupremeCourt
Mahoney and Mrs. John Kaltenhurn. > The new location of the ," Father Matthew J. St. Petersburg
speak on the organization
avj Council Chambers' is 704 seph's church counselled
/ and operation of the Supreme
'L The Catholic Woman's Club Smith Street College Park members of the St. Joseph's
His talk will be
SERVICE day of recollection' was held Area Orlando. The telephone. Guild on February 23. JACKSON'S
given on March 10 at 8 p.m.
ass, nisi r tsar Thursday March 9th, In Immaculate number is 42I-M08. Father Connolly outlined

laic r../, _a ISIS t.iii. At**. ... 'Come to the Conception Church "Relocation of Council In Blessed' Sacrament SchooL briefly five main purposes In SHOES

Ha eaeau TAef1 picnic Jacksonville. Father. Michael chambers will permit' even LantanaKetreaU belonging to the guild: social

*k ... !1'- *'.- Ice Kelly conducted the conference greater participation In spiritual 1, assisting" the parish LsdW Msn'i
rk**. **e..inBLUE Thla view of last )'< ChrUtlana School In Tampa, .la to remind patronsto and offered the Mass for worthwhile community efforts Father Joseph F BearerS financially example, and personality CCft;* M,8er;

members and guents Mrs. and programs J., will give a general retreat gain V'tl.Cty -W.y."ber
again for the on March 8 for the
come program Paul B. Malone was ch ,iinnan. "It U our hope that In the the weekend of March Mrs. Wilbur Barnes, president C"'hi..d; t.l.weaNI
benefit of the boy Dinner will be nerved, aa
near future the Council will 6-8 announced that the
Father Beaver, formerlyof I Uerfral, Ave. 112-I3SSPRIVATE
P 1 her, after the 11:30: a.m. outdoor Maaa at the Maitland be In a position to purchasea Tampa 1s now stationed in group has voted to sponsor a

1 1y lakeside ahrine. Rt Mary MagdaJra piece of property and Key Went He will Uo give a Girl Scout troop; to contributeto \\\\\\\\\l ,,,,-

--- Seasonal preparations" were through Its Columbian Club midweek retreat for high the United Fund; to bring

discussed by member of the bulk an actual permanent school seniors from Tuesday, donations of food for the welfare .

The Flower Dell Retreat group to Altar Society of St Mary home which will in the true March: 10, to Thursday, March: committee to each meeting TUTORING

Magdalen Church: when they sense be its own." 12. ; to donate old magazines

Florist & Gifts meet in Tampa met at the home of Mint Lore to the old folks holM.INCOME Certified;;
Florida TUC"tf
tta ScheltwL
I In 1 <<:."...1 Si. r.tertWt ,.
MMPI-The spring meetIng A history of Church etude':: ,, TAX Te "'.,en dad Adwllt.E95511 .

rS Mi 142-4722 *r 142-711 of the West llorkla Uywomen's will Maurice be Lars presented at a by Mrs. ... ., :?f. Return Prepare a....). alld

>I D Sp.nhly. y.d.7.12 M.4!.
; ..
Retreat AMtUtlon. the St. 'It: ., lrtHoRN
Mary MtpUlenWomen's ... .'. \ -. ; lUCI
will Iw held on Sunday, March Guild at 8 oilurk on J ..... : .. .";. Selena. trade 7.f. c.1
.... ; t-: 300. 3rd A.. NorthI4MW
IIIII! Order 1 2 :10 the FlorkUn 'f.
at p m at Tuesday. evening. \I.rI10.. If ,..... Mr. Wares, )47-)470l
: '
hotel MOl. >'k>rUU A\enu Ibis Lsrue will be iuUte-1 by >" f) ; ,
;'..0'. "': :.'" at '\ '" "" n "
TodaylBOWEN'S ,
RIBBON Tamp. the 8t Mary )I..ltltlrhotr.. .. .1-. :. .
A lunrhevn. at 11.:m pm directed by Robert NV.rUnd I
FINANCING Hill prweile' the meellngrtlher and accompanied by ctpnbt.Ira. Ne c.tt..IiCt! Of Pi...... Cewaty

veil, Kelp yea bury a .bold; I.iwenre .:. lug. ) r:. Pope ilaa ..ttPriests h ;f I"

yes' N. IMN .t Ie.t (liia, ..l>4ritul dtrea-tot..lree- ,t {, Calvary Cemetery
IreaeVe 09
h.Mti :
c.tt. Pg Kim; t. wet, le ,... sea the important uf all area "

First Federal Savings 862-2450 directors ant.. parish representatives told of 1"V ( "':. Endowed.,. I
And Less A"eel.ti.. Wl NOM OS I'...... bring prevent at t u. S. It .t IItIt Sf. H.. PMM 1264231OH'5ce
Of St. ht.nbar9 on curt CASH this meeting to participate. In rosponsibility
the final) pUnnlni for the 0,.. f-4 P1i1 Daly S '1.4 ,..... es Sweday

romtng *umm.r scheduled reUests ATirx TITT onSpeaking _

J to a group of newly
r--J't .1 Ambulance Service All members end omen ort1.lt> d rriftta1 Vf, Psul.

T" .........u, ..n... e ..,,,... interested. in the retreat movement \1| has toil them of the! Iw Try this kitchen treatHere's @c.TEXACO

.... .., e.. w t.5 .. ..........,.,......Naa ".11,. ,.,...... are .efew e to attend men e rvepoiulbillty Cut! gas FUEL OIL "i.iI
the a4 hwteh.w
meeting iv
with their ortUnatmn
Att..4.ats '. Igstp.4PHONE : .
I 342.8821 .\... ...... .h'H.>..'. erhl.Ii ... ..... re.*rv.
,, u..... re.ll Mr., "-ph r vtr. Word and R.rnat"'e'on. pofHiUr Letter Newburg Continue to rock: until A.a.ewli;c KMp.t.I w.tc..

c. E. PREVATT MEMORIAL HOME Hvmhe. fcL !'Yt.,...... Jet grestiwu, Pos. h. nnleaspitastsed developed by Pnroe horn mlitur thkkene again.AM Wta Pv.ad; T.tl.ts
ecofMtntUts. A flee me Uesn .. sfcrtop and Wwerme .
c.pt.t. Fw ..r S.nie.. If... $I71 101.2tH. St. N*. the twu'r.l nelure 'M aas4che4; Tr'.tl
1lra'retwk J. I'wel.. peel' e4 their ..eUlr"Rol .. .1| Me*-It it ecanesnkss ," .t Heat thoroughly .v.r W. Oees4. .1 .4 ........ r.w

Watt t*"*wta a eepolly. .t. It w. Uklftlf" thehetaWt bee, net butHr.f. ..aterS .".....u. -LA.&1 .* SMALL

.w.hr'e, .t 1M wtalefi ....Ii. to wMelt ..e e't tt LMan+htsrr .t *.e. at 3ft' aM fr '- AU WOI At.AHTUO_

.-.... M the new tfan.. ..."'. h ........... >it CM .Mot ...* rrwnW $.. P'..set-S44112h .. Pee.wbl.

KINGFISII 5-la i tug ale. to te $e4ge 'f t&l\-' I ..--' -- he.re .... tub a. U4steb btug 0._..... u.p.-144.423'

Sass A.!.>*>.. <.r the.wtarly. .e...4 Stan... to ..(Mtfc .. are 1 .......-. ... tai lbs ..., .1 sel.ike4.

yw..r. tr> .4, .... f eel l IM M-T. ferM '''"" t.,5-.-.. .er..aceIs w...... breast taut ttw I riHilrir.kMl .

RESTAURANTSEAFOOD 'M Ap sW. reset ...... a..i anew IM* M ........... tMvklttoa For Clubs
he t ke4 tflt t..ft \t. nI! he __ __ sits W1y a large aloe.tn.nrehape .
I' ..e..w.'". hen
Enjoy AUTOMATIC eve. We talon M \ aced I .N .... ...5I t..w eeteee. elet a For Holy Name
AT ITS BEST Lees tM ....H. ., # ...., -- f"* tew 0tH ...., writ
"KeepRlted"DELIVERY; .. w..o5w .\_ woe ; 8\f..t
Tis Pvaatn.-I. s senor eaMey S. imi.. :
to t.yr" ...ee4 ,...... -. i
Golden Fri.d or Boil.d Shrimp ......e w M fUW .;aft 1M..l.c _t ... ....... d eM. abr.he ..

Succulent Scallops M aSI t raasteey v.rstatar. eel.btN w.... a."a y.... t,..... ethe .* For Church

Luscious Lobsters h. ..a.III'i ..4rhn Silo biter M Mart at *.. ..... assIt.saa \.t GatheringsVAistzDONUT

O.ew.t.e44t.al4 .e hurl churl .... MIl WM' eeec. Ll *.we. rho.. *SMtg .Is.e4 c.a. i'

,acs KUOKITi; MMHt; rUITTMt" : l.g the Pn.eI. trot u.' ....i."as. sties.. im tl+slr card ttwwwf Rote Iawaalt M tails.. .,

iIEk: \ .... (N"K'\ PIIkIM IOgaar. Ibsao or et\ Mthete..laq >M. Iwo t.M s ttpltOsel ttMl. e1* lees. Mrnnoeksril

u&"rt'rrn I. KQU N"' .eef hew .... se. ee..jwe wIM gat .s.te .

CHICKEN AND STEAKS "turn sat ........... s... II.Fttae -l\ .*.. Mint mi hi ....w4 d .aa.t. Pill weIeeat

AT FAMOUS JOHNS PASS ClOUt IN P\kULAS eel LA.Gut t by tao eats. dc'arbt h at .utsaop. Le1a.* ..... wtll at albwo aslMIa. P Aee J.It .... .
eats haft west ee.aasew .. beak e. | sents.fi. *I )4J.704.
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I J The T Florid Catholic Friday March R. 19M(

I Calls// aid for

NCWC unit asks united students an

I antipoverty action investmentWASIUXOTOV

Federal "
OO- -
WASIONGTOX (? C-) thoM who have! no other Ungulshed between two cl.-is; > expenditures to a Utntudenti

The Social Action Department choice es of the poor and \urged dlf In getting/ a college

of the National Catholic "There ia a destitution that ferent approaches to the problems education should be seen asa

Welfare Conference haa binds men to thfcs earth since of each. "vital Investment, not as

called for new initiatives by it force them to use every In the first group It rUi-eJ epen," Senator Vance

individual, private group waking moment to keep body those whm-e poertysteir.' : Itartka of Indiana has sold

and government to aaaut and "soul together." It Mid from personal conditions drat: 1 here

"35 million fellow Americans "There i.1 want that hree
who live in poverty." and resentment. aged many of the ph ; at. education subcommittee
The ten haired' call or mentally haijlrapj ---ki4 I last week that the people of

department, in a ''l and mother w ho are the nation are ready to bark

major statement on the Dims SpiritIt 1 the mole support of young legislation to aid youths seekIng
problem of poverty said dUdnn.lK'h perouns nee -.c.. ---t' > higher education

that "one-fifth of our citi quoted PIJIIt Nut MI assaying help given in a way that fully lUrtk cited wl M l, public/
zens are in want." that thij kind of poverty re. llt'\1A their human dig' Gulfport s leaders seek funds for school, conventHoly support and the narrowne**

It urged step not only to creates "aorlal OHMlilkNi nity." it M!<|. of the recent senate defeat ot
deal with the immediate ef which make difficult or In the hevond group It listed Name pariah II ... .on- DaSylva, James Brett A. L. Anderson pledges' and cash In order to build a proposal to grant those payIng

fects of poverty but aUo to practically" luij*_tW a ChrUtUn \ tN..e who are poor "largely' vent appeal ia officially u ". rwty. William Hughe, Roger Bilo- by September, lOOt( the expansion for a college education stat

root out its cau-e -racial dUtrimlnatlon life Wi-ause of external condi Father FYank Goodman "-porta. Beau and Edmund: Derocher. he meted at the school March 15 and credit, for a portion of the

poor education, "tt'i .!..>< thaw abn| p"\. tions" that prevent them from Here, with key men. from .nvil.. goes over plans. The committee will\ 22 have been chosen aa days for expend**. lie appeared before
unemployment and .. earning a decent living It liam Albert Tort 65 in the' field to seekAnciont solicitation of the commute to urge actionon
other so- erly .a w. slew phj lr.l .M 1.e.s.s .> Kennedy, a ijrry deploy men (" "ii"
chat ills.The ... hi* measure (CS. 2VM)). Th.
said -
th include the uneducated ---- --- -- -- --- --- -- -- ---
aa rill that maM bprTrale4 e -- -- -- -- -- -

Church views poverty whfn |......||>U Indrertai.lr and unskilled" victim. Indiana legislator's' bill pro-
of racial! discrimination farm 'Faith of Fathers'f purses a four'point aid program
as "a challenge, not merely erred a. s.s.. a* |N>..- Missing cross believed our
of $rt60 million yearlyIt
era without adequate
to our companion\ and charity Ible., the Matrmrat dn-Urr. l. resources

but also to Intelligent *> and training many talei P"'If'U\I Clr tb* I..t, haanr lNa .t tar tMwar rt |'">po.e. ndergradaal'
ilal\ action aimed at eradicating The department dUtin- unemployed persons over the early Christian symbol St. AugsalmqJacksonville MbnUruMp. program *,teaf -

the many cause of hu. age of 40. and resident of wivr! IOSO 1- alms Ib. .KM. program ofallonal

man failure,"the NCWC agency Reports workcontinued areas with dnllnlttg Indus By James r (VNrlllNCVIC Saturday 12:10: p.m. the d.'.... f Jut-a.

said. tries. : >.". "aerN.e1IERC1'1"1NECM U..u art a program of ln...r>
"It it a tragic Augustine WFOY, 1240 U .1Ii' Ins indent less lull
commentaryupon en
bymission Solutions : : Italy The mystery of the n\m!!-
the world today that nations sought"In Saturday, 12:10 p.m." by al.>!..!. froM ....."'......1..1
lug trees in a city that has been dead for almost Meek .
ar. forced to spend billions the..e caws we seek'' Daytona Beach WNDI 11501.5alwday "..".. and a work-alady pro-
ia one of the absorbing >blcms which delight
for years prv ..... .
ghastly weapons ofwar ers method and technique that 12:10: p.m." Iran which .1 make federal
and yet cannot find the will enable them to bvvom Antonio Maggf| director of theapka Archeologicallluaeum. rad atalUhl I. llnaai

funds to eliminate alum. Roth.:
** Priest, Just returned from the economic society," the tat- Does the cross prove that there were Christians livingin Melbourne Saturday 12:15: p.m.
Ingenuity ram United CbmmUalonerof
"Op.| Congo, reported that misaim, ment salt the Roman city of Herculane: before it was destroyed, State
with th. almost ...h.U..bl.dlffl..h. ISilucatlon
ary activities there are notdt.ruptt'tt alone with Pompeii, when the volcano Vesuvius eruptedin Tallahassee WTNT. 1450 Ic r'rarx-li Keppelalso
... .MBdlag a rocketI teatlfled the llartk
Th deperts.e.t rtnpholfrdIbat Saturday 12:10: on
despite alepwUupraidw 79 A.D.? Maggi it p.m.
tb. __., Hat w* .... says Mil
I a.lmlnUtratlon
tb. rwMrm. .. b. living
by marauding r r>..U.MunHlgnor |) | par
does. I.
usable !. roM. ., with workable Jean Jadnt director mast bo "a Mailer f personalruMrera LaU City WDSPe IHO barking t., two of th. provl-

plan !. aid II.... befog of the pontifical Mia- and I.'oh,..,.." \orhrlIUn. Ifey In d..,. out you might Saturday" 12:10: pm. aktrva, ttntlon of NOt

created I.! tb. image ..eI don Scietie of Helglum. was .. .. '"Tb dedicatedhrlMUa meet ).11 lUll 1 In any of thai Madison Wk1AF Ino I. loan In students In junloirtttlegea
likea*** o* Alnlgbtv ilo4tb ." <' tirrrui of Herculaneum lie Lti.r and federal' guarantee
quote| by ndf'tl, a mUwlon..ry Mn t alwa, Saturday : a.m.
*..,*..... tald. news svrvic here. ready I* glee .f blM....lf." UMid. antlers anMtog those atrreta of commercial loan
Th. department's statement II. Mid th. Jmiuar) klllin(" shallow II* walks In and out Saturday, (gas:, pan, M hotanhlpa but tit" ..t that

cam. amid mounting national r..a.rd a sb.r k tbal U "sereauthwbla AnlUlllf opj..tulll.I. fur at :IlU)-)earoU houw and I Ocala WMO' 300 ,. many similar hllla have filled'

concern over the problem In- |B MOM .f tba .ml.. prrnoiul Involvement It lUieO drink. fruit le.. l Him. dating j Saturday 12.10; In paat ('Of1'r...*...
dudlnf the Johnson admin .!...., but fur all .f that It tutoring progranu for alum from the first century. pm.

: istration' announced war on dues sit ...tro, ,II. serenity.f chtldrrn and (Illiterate, the Of s|>nUl interest to the Lakeland WlA, (14)0 Ic Exports meet
poverty A presidential m.. Iba .1..1o..rl." work of nettlement hou ea, arrheubHfM. ta the "llou of 'u tof Saturday I24.S p "".

nag on the subject to Congress ,seta to the tMMlrldilen. poor, the Hlrrltlenarv" on one of I Orlando VVOIO. Sio I.Swtd.y,1.00. ca;\b.I: (C'Mur. II..M.
Is expected' shortly. II. Mid he was "atruik loa .
Interracial visitations In 40 viperta from Catholic.
par .!h<_ walls U to tie found acm.
Th. department stremied ** how poorly public oiinkmU In hen. frre summer rmp, .., \n by 1.1 Inch., carted p.m. rla engage) In refuge a*
that while thl Church traditionally Informed on the real situation" .' Ie
halfway huu*.* ftir formerprUwnera deeply In the pla>ter. Tampa V70. alatanc mt her. In mid rVriiary >
has taught that poverty on arriving in t>irt>i>*. and simlUr programa. Stmday, a.m. to ttrb ng. iJifitt'tii'''
la a good thing for tho*. '?h. Incidents of t\"lIuronc.rn Matt. cmitetwl that a lion on r"u,,,. prol>lma" a"1rn..m. l
who embrace it voluntarily abut & per rent of Strewing the n..t fur mm*, mist p"t..hh of wail|, *.
I."n.to .
of detachment. th* total population/ of th. was nl..llnto the "all beforeU Prelate chides those who
a* a mean religious the root of the problem. Ul Munalgnor fu.tsntstons .1,1 i
It I.I an evil for Congo;' he conUnurd. *K\ery- iM.rrmJ l : | Immediate l relief was ptaetetel. dlgt to the meeting" l

where eU work nay go on, proKrama fur the pmir a* 'Important. >. bare of the ...,..1 rtu. .- --- advocate schools'cutback/ from tile Holy M*., r...d! a
often In conditions that are .la bat r,...,._ ... .
but only a first r M Nasal ""'* *. from AmUto Canli
ST.PETERSBURGDUPlEXby consoling to mlaaionarles\ h- step" _|>"'"Ul,, hoi || ".. tars find nil CVt>gr anl, Yatkart it I i.lary i.
.. of the we loom that I I. MU.ANOVA (-Philadelphia/a) ArrhbUhop John
"Much more ne.eary I* .,.. Ihw ".n elan llerea nf aiat. on Uhalf "f
given to them by the peo 1.1.l Intelligent concern over the Ma..m. ".. ".rl.' .......11 obit their see no .1.1| 1'1> J. Krol, who U I the eiioopal chairman of the Department IVx Saul VI r. praising lh;

owner ....II.or J.du. said! the ...\JJIPtI of I Indigence and dtl sea .f ..h... ... .... nwnta ai.ln.t the' l helium' of l Kduratkin of the National Catholic Welfare Cunfer.enre. ",..*,.U.k"ua seeomp11 I>

foe *rJy' II JOOOC.I.S. ......rtN.,... .bat >ho" Ikalaaylhlag tutlon-* statement salad.Tb. |. Othfl'_..... he arguM witn "lnler laneum|
.* SSfH St. s., GuH .... till happen. e- Sotlal Action iVpart remains ot the CTUM 11\41"10) p eclu 11f..1 .wcu..... hull In Catholic education which U l providing such a .
Port St. Ptnb*9. Wl rUlljr I. IwUlrd. |Urr.. mnt pUiltxl full .upt.Tt vital service bi the Unlteii
hate t>rn found, attire ea> To the oh"1. thai the
for "ld. I to puNlc officials al all (level f4la'..
youfvfl or rooms today"
But the serenity of the mUsionarles. Imtilaetl .tJI.1 l has li.*n fuMixi, very e.rh t'hrMllanaflit. mi(
f untied; tile. bath. cloM! t. in fighting poverty, Th* Arthhuhop. sneaking. SCHOOLSAcademy
h* .al cHurcH, Kneelsh.ppnq, MI rchruary 11 at a regional
certainly not duo to a lack of Local initiative anrtetit shy swirl that peshap this 41.-
trimming m ,utf Marby. The .. onrVrenr of ....*..*. cuss
clarity almul th* siluaOun. arrfcmtwrM dtotl M 4 vrry -jM that twtwlma*
Now *.d. "; in and .vl'
r* <
"Hut this struggle lu I b* fur Kte i.*l.f fisting Ut the NaiUmal faih4tr -
although it .U truly ln uftiurt tbeep nmrvenlitg llwlstalnKr
lid: trr
.. Of The Names
ALEX TOIIAS deg, d_ not keep rvttftouaautNirtil fully BuntMBful. muM adapt ..*ii...ttt tel Ik* farmivarrtimteKtoi. k- piuiy .h. in teat of Mural; btfwl A.*.....'''.t. Holy

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Catholic Comment .- .

love encompasses There is grace in listeningMANY


Highly called highly reverencedSAY souls condemned to hell CATHOLICS took mon grace.Impart The listener, not sanctifying may rt-

I sermon as a celt an Increase of sanctifying .

anybody be necessary evil to be suffered 1 grace because of hi* own

Father, why did you become a son for a Priest. The boy will (instinctively Howe.n heaven, knowing through with patience. This Father Interior dispositions docility .

? As often aa these words consider the possibility of a vo that others are suffering I attitude Indicates a !lack of ;1t l.ro J. and humility, for exam-

are directed to a Priest, he finds it cation to the Priesthood. He will also, eternal torment In hell? ,, tr understanding of the place of pie-but the sermon Itself

G difficult to be able to pin down the of course, give deep thought to other A* !It stands the questionIs Fraak J. There preaching Is an!In enormous Christ's Church.difference Tre"e does not confer sanctify|

source of inspiration to enter the states of life. However, he still knows grim. We can add elements ; ," I r l between a sermon and grace.

Priesthood. that regardless of the decision, the that make It worse, applyingIt HheedWe a any other kind of public ad- The second difference He
Priesthood is the of all call- to a mother whose son I bIn In this that a sacrament gives
Many a Priest will agree that the greatest r I dr.... A talk given by some
r hell (Cor a son whose mother grace quite Independently of
root of his vocation was in his own ings. eminent authority may entertain
home. It used to be that the family Parents can do more to further vocations 1 II In hell, sine we need Instruct or persuade the God accompanies the any personal defect In the
who confers
not assume that mothers reason one the
are ucrament.
,' down the street who had a son in the than anyone, tint of all, by Invariably more virtuous than listener preaching of His Word with The grace which flovts

l seminary was considered more privileged having the family pray for vocations; sons), The ultimate in grimness know that there meat A .sermon however I i. vehicle grace to the listener. from the Mass, for example

t. than most. The seminarian was secondly, by fostering a deep respectfor would concern one who \r my.tery la Union, be- of grace to the receptive When the Bishop preaches Is not lessened by the sloven

f: a source of pride for the family and the chosen state had led another Into sin, himself trove. God I* no Immeannrablyfrritrr hearer either personally or throughhis Ilness on the part of the
The rest is in the hands God. God offers to the
neighborhood. of repented, and must contemplate than we tbat our Priests Priest. The grace of baptism

( Wherever the Priesthood is highly Young men will always give deep the other's damnation mind cannot wholly contain course By a, sermon the presentation Is meant of of hearers of HI Word the grace would not be diminished teen

reverenced, there vocations will flour thought to what they will do with their -of which he was the 111 in. God's revealed Word by necessary to give Internal assent If the one baptizing wen In

l ish. The reason for this is that the lives. Time is the greatest investment Immediate cause Coda authorized representative. to the truths proposed.The the state of mortal sin.
But It I I. a psychological peculiarity
t' greatest decision a young man can of their lives But at Ira very strongest that many men, who Through our I/ord Jesus grace which God gives In contrast the grace of i

I make Is how he should invest his life When we convey to them, by respect the qatntjoa U not a* grim will argon the fact of mystery Christ His Incarnate Word, In the gift of faith. sermon Is to some extent (although !

In those homes where there is great and prayer, our dedication to an come of the .....e.... and Its necessity will twist God confided to the apostles This be either the Initial < not entirely) dependent .

reverence for the Priesthood, the child the Priesthood, then truly they will themselves Into Incredibly and their successors the duty may who upon the competence of
of faith to one
One has heard and read gilt
r senses Immediately that a vocation to consider seriously investing their lives such thing as this: "Well of complicated knoll rather than and the power to make God previously has been an unbeliever the preacher. We cannot glue
the life is the of all !in the message of salvation knownto Inward assent to a truth if
religious highest greatest of all causes-the cause course, those who go to hell admit that any truth about or a deepening or the presentation of the
callings. He senses also that his par. of Christ. will no longer have anything God or any given element In all men broadening of faith to one confused or IncorrectWhee truthIs

ents would be overjoyed to have a Please pray and work for vocations. lovable In them. Surely that the relation of man to Cod I* The successors of the apostles who already possesses! the

would be an even more sorrowful beyond their vision. are the Bishops of Christ's gift. This grace Is not of rra ll+tem to a ..r-
God has given us glimpses Church. It Is to the Bishop\ then. God I 1a
Sacred Scripture thought to have about course, a compelling grace mon per onaUjr
someone dearly loved !In this and gleams of what await u* that the office of preaching It does not force asvent Like and directly at work within

life! Again I have heard the when we leave this. familiar- primarily\ belongs. However any other grace, !It can be re ...
yet at that, only partly comprehended Bishops can and do delegate
I argument that the sufferingsof jected.
Our Saviour bore bitter
sorrows the damned are needed to -world of ours. He much of this responsibility Preaching Cod's Word The consciousness cf this
has not given us a diagramor to their Prl. tll. A Priest who is fact should make It easier tor
nuke the happiness of the gltes grace. Preaching an
ONE of the bitterest son are persecuting him out of all saved quite perfect, since blueprint of the world to has been authorized by his outward sign. Preaching was us to overcome any feeling of

Our Lord had to proportion| to hi* sins. nothing adds a fine edge to come. Indeed only the very Bishop becomes by that fact Instituted by Christ. Quite logically boredom or ennui as we ict

bear was the hatred of Ills The second itanxa ((6-13)) one's own happiness so much unsophisticated would think Gods official messenger In we are moved to ask, tie back In the pew for our

own people. During I the Father. open with a frank avowal a* seeing the misery of those suih: a diagram or blueprint the duwemlnation of His "How, then, does a sermon weekly stint of listening

solemn moments following John J. of his sin. Hut he 1* sincerely who have not got It. possible. truths. differ from a sacrament However dull the speaker

the Last Supper, He remarked 'tir sorry and has even done Obviously It would do little may be the reverence and
About this sort of \\'. examine Cud's revelation nacramentdiffer

argumentthere A ermosi and a
sadly to His apostles ('aHtlut public penance, humiliated good fur the message of salvation attention with which we It-
"How pitiful that this saying himself and made himself a 1s something quit. re not to take the mystery to be proclaimed unless la two ways. ten will be richly rewardedby
vetting Yet people who UNIt out oft hat to plur. th*
of their Law must needs b*> laughingstock to his enemies. It were accepted by the hearers In the first place It Is an Insights sharpened and
fulfilled. They have hated Even his own family will are not necessarily revoltIng AI)'I.r, where It 'belongs.V of the message. For this actual l grace which the scr- faith Intensified.

me without causel (John have nothing to do with/ him: people. They do It. I \ know that heaven will

IS, 23)) he li a sinner: "0 God you "I have become an outcast to think, because they are so be bllos "He shall wipe away
concentrated on the logical Pope Paul VI
know my folly, and my faults my brothers, a stranger to mymotht'r' every tear from their .yel.
Jea .'rd III* term 'I** arrangement of Ideas that .
are not hid from you ((6)), sons, Because xeal and there will be no more
la Its broad team U this la* they forget they art treatingof
for your house has consumed death or mourning, or cries
,tanre. Rat the safferlng which real people with real feel Salvation defined in
he eiperlenred beca of me. and the Insults of those ings. dlntresa, no more sorrow" sermonsTo

The passage to which ll. who blaspheme you fall upon Apucalypne( 21,4)),
his tins Oar
referred Is to be found In own me ((9-10)! )." It Is very easy to fall Into flow can this be, given I I"* the concluding but It is precisely because of acquire this note our
look Illmnflf tit atonefor THIS
psalm 68: Those outnumber: riles the habit of dlscunslng human that those In heaven will of the English: this that the message of religious preaching will study new
the sins of all men la M'. John's account of OarLord'a
the hairs of my head who problem a* though they know the fact of hell AgainI text of the recent speech truth must resound forms developing and adaptIng

hate me without cause." The first stanza Is I heart. rleannlng of th* were mathematics. We bisect say that we do not know made by Pope Paul VI In the with greater vigor. Men have Itself for particular typesof

Perhaps It was our Lord's rending cry to God to rescue Temple, we read: triangles, for Instance, and God has not told us, and the Sistine Chapel to the Lenten need to believe In those who discourses; it will have to,

one. of this psalm which him from the unbearable: situation "Ills dlxclples rememlwrrd the triangle doesn't mind a whole experience I* beyond preachers of Rome. The Holy show that they are certain of come Into closer contact wit1!;

prompted. the New Testament In which he Is wok that the Scripture says: The bit One has met books of our own range Father reminded that prayer what they are teaching. the public, coming down from

writers to read It with Ills torment I Is aggravated real for your house consumes apologetics which bisect hu Hut the one thing certain alms at strewing, solemnizing Our too lofty seats and even if
MJmaLile oodtto
extra care, for they made by the terrible feeling that Pl.' (John 2, 17)), man beings: with a* little Is that all that agony will nut and blessing the origins of a Miter duty to cod necessary going outside the
thought to
e\eral allusions to It In describing God has abandoned him, an The poalmUt was concerned compassion. Yet, when they IK l a matter of indifference to Priest's ministry of the Word Church to present Itself with
more effective goal h at this
Ills work And Indeed agony which our, Lord fret, also about the pOMlhl have to meet human being the saved, any more than that of Cod. respect and esteem to why.,>
In real life the writer moment grave and argent
there are many striking mysteriously willed to suffer jic-yvlal which good people maybe It Is a matter of Indifference ever will Uun and making

analogies twtween the plightof on the cross; "I am wearied! i would take from hi* predicament wholly compassionate.ArlBlly to God Himself. The evil that Your mloslon. great In Ira We must not permit our Itself. real through abntg.tlon .
origin. /
the psalmist and that of with calling, my throat Isparched. They knew that ha wan ._ *)...<". .... sin had brought Into the its aim. It becomes providentialIn the people, still so rich In goodnexs example, frlendllnm

the Saviour, ; My eyes have failed contrite and repentant and long to cot Urger. till: how" world mattered so much to source of salvation because It In religiousness, and Indulgence and in a woni{

( The analogy Is not perfect with looking for my God ((4))." were anxiously waiting to art ran fled lllmelf he Inrinlt. Cod that, as St. Paul reminds becomes the source of faith! still so greatly fearful of the love. The preacher must tx
however, fur the pnalmlst Added to this Inner angulihla It God would<< be merciful tu I ly happy when Men and angeU ux, "He did not even spare tremendous and tragic experiences the shepherd end the .hrv
fides ex audltu, as we all re
W confesses quite frankly that the fact that his enemies him. are In ('...,,1.., pain' His own Sun but gave Him member. of the last war, we herd the preacher.

1 up for u* all" (Roman a, 32)). must not permit them to give Undoubtedly; the office of
After .11, we have It on the The Church It .U known, Is In
through weakness of the both of your parish Prl..nand
Father Michael V. Cannon word of St. John, who knew How I* Cod' Unnll.. fclUalo rehabilitating the function of spirit and a false utilitarian of your preachers, site
Our Ix>rd better than must, lit r'co'rll- with HI* raring the living Word In the economy
calculation to antirellgious that of Priests In general, t i-
Minion of Nombrt De DiotclupteRS
that God la late M Matt Inv Ih* al.. of of her pastoral office, retrieving
ideologies which should theyspread becoming In our time mud!,
There 1* no gain In Ilvln.upl.n.lIona lib men .Moat and for the afferlng of !It from ephemeral will\ certainly destroy more difficult and arduous

caEat which make 111* forms In which she once excelled liberty and even perhaps Maybe U wag less I w earylnsIn
love unrecognisable, bearing We cannot see the answer but then In which the prosperity and lead to the the past and 1 less hazaro

no r.I"Ucfto anything that to that quettion. U "we could, became ensnared. and leadIng apology of so many souls one It was more regular and

lonlOa CAtllOllC i 111stony men whom after all He made then we could see how to It buck toward the expression whom Christ called to His more honored.

In Ilia Image, know as l lute. reconcile the happiness of of the good, moral and redemption. Ills dignity and
we shall not complainIf
Great theologian, ,great. philosophers the saved' with their caring current language, with clearness HI* happiness.
providence has called us to
Chapter 4] In IKM, he wrote, one died or ten leagues to hear a ron can *ee deeper .and about evil and the everlasting frankness and energy Thus we must make firm live In times !In whkh ourprol..lon

1633 the Indian of the on the voyaet,. from Spain;{ fewlon. All of which sufferings clearer than we, of rout... pain It raunes.As school typical and of with the the Christian the conscience of the upright< as person of the

IN region of Apalache received two others had to be left In are augmented by the Hut for most of u* the tru..nal..r a prlext friend of mine and depth of the simplicity of those responsible for the Church Is extremely active,
Cuba HInetaes fact that the to our question I I. to once said In answer. to someone liturgical
from mlsNlonarlr
their first full time get do homily.It public good, of the teachers wholly Immersed In the nytery )'.
resident I missionary. The contracted on the Voyage very little aid In the form ofSMUtants say that we not know. troubled about a particular Is and parents and of youth Itself of Faith and of grace In.j l
F'rancUcans estimated' at that and five had died from Indian( catet hints Nor U thl. merely I a way of piece of human softenIng give our nereeaary full .attention our we which Is the most suwepUMe wholly offered to the matt

the tevtre and ronUnuou"'ItwIn ami helpers who mlhtIht\ sidestepping. a difficult of "Can't you trust not to temptation and sincere and dramatic
time that there were some every support to this, most
of their evading an twos that we slat, only Ca'a! love, but 111 In- returnto
34.000 Indiana In that Province arvwtotate to en Mime of their bun lens, the genuine ministry of the mot generous In affirming human experiences.The : .
the Indian In Florida.He IK* face.Question. grnultyf"doubt Mkab. l .
as regard the
alone, "of whom now "Mna1r, .( Ik* ftleMi, helag the word In the fleVl of eocleiUAtkal lord
over 5000 art baptised* Many went on to say: w terbttnlefted with wale _._. life.We he rtUtlc conception of life has accepted ear
and bUtloa sad rice II I.""**!/-
more mUalonarle were need .Tli* frUrt) carter greatly and teeing w ..., ladUMwit box are speaking to you particularly a* regard

ed. U Ihla 1 MlMloa. ",W. boat hop of rontertlngan specialist, to you who sre pubHe morality, dally offended Once more, the frultfulnea

In lim, In I letter to the beroaleLroanlrl rWhen trained' tar such a tiring and domMy by wretthed srantiU of the ministry stems from

king, fray KranrUro Aluruw They mu.t walk lwreft "ted gad relnrsi .. Itrel..' meritorious I UCOft..... to and evil custom and by the spirit of sacrifice of he

tie Jesus, ru tuiUn of the In this cold land when .rIng in ask prabt you, to encourag you a compUiMnt. puMMtr> whichHwe. who" practices It. Its greatne**
Franciscan lYovlnce of Banta" about ham mU' ton to mi" Thaw lrtenla, who nm+ln.rl| *** them ad \I.. IW them U as.eated, not by the sppiaiue -
stun. The (mlUns are. very krill at the jab of ronvermWtn, Tier U a rrrvmmrwdjtfeatlul Into a thing for amused
Elena de U Florida with headquarters of men or but Its Immediate
de >4te the Priest about fast we matt auk <.
at St Augustine, widely scattered about In 41iturlrlna t seemingly tw'I' any yea, turkMtty. results but by the
(low star. TM muteIKey ,Irwl/aat that ... ,. ethnrt yes to gltelo4
*. tidy t. ao
wrote that Florida waa In dire the sees from tnuwlon !It fulfill, the WT>MIt
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Th Florida CathoU Friday. Mirth *. 1MJ

Washington letterWorld Pope urges TV personnel

.f': > modern well
.' T to serve man
of Cuban .: \ .,':: :;:.
wary aggression ; ):
: VATICAN CITY (NC) Pope Paul VI In a special
VIRTUALLY the whole pas ..<) rifle I. the arm study developments sad art<< audience for radio and television employes has urged I

watching and tmrhf had .... told. .by Bel- aecerdl.gly. them to be "always In the noble and conscious service

weighing the action taken flaa maaafarlmrer !I. 1U ta So will other Iron Curtain of modern man." extreme case, be aware that

here by the Organization of the Caiitr gorerameBt. countries. The nation ofWestern The Pope granted the aud- your (children your own ton,

American State against Castro The committee told the Europe will be con lens last week to technician art listening and watching
OAS cerned. The nations of Asia. and other personnel of the
Cuba. that the acts of Intervention The Pope: acknowledgedthat
sensitive to what affects Red Italian state radio and television
that have been out television's function Is
The council of OAS has reached lined and. In particular the China and the way the Peking system (flAIl "hoLr.'It.'tt not limited to teaching. But

from f shipment of regime reacts will be to the Holy Land to
a he-nation Investigating arms constitutea he wild that this aspect should
watching, too. So ..111 the f.
hU :
of cover Kplphany pilgrim
committee a blunt policy aggression on the not be neglected.
newly emerging nations of
charge that Red Cuba ha* part of the present govern Africa. ageHe II. said hot was making his
ment of Cuba against the ter told them that he wanted remarks not only. because of
pursued "a policy of Will the action taken
aggreaalon" -
a'ilnst.nflu, The rltorlal Integrity, the political against Cuba be confined. to to mehe them togetherhere a sense of duty, "but also be-
Oldest written records viewed
council postponed action sovereignty and the stabilityof moral condemnation Wlll tit stress the fact that cause of the high regard we,
democratic Institutions of (the pilgrimage "may have
have. and which we believe
until OAS ambassadors here there be sanction, II"I'n.*- Senora Mateo., Mrxlco's records. Their
Veneruela. Lopes extant written guide been" a font of spiritual emotion share, for the Important
you very
from could their receive Instruction In another place the report suet has asked Will the nations First Lady and Karle W. Ne ton. seeis Father Michael V. Cannon center for you too for your work that has been
of Ijitln
America be
menu.Th respective go\em- says: united In whatever action I i. retary general of the Nations QuaJri- director of the Mission of Nombre IV souls and for ,tNwe of your entrusted to you."

The tahnWhatner centennial Commission In St AujruaDioa> in St. Augustine, where the Mex family' and 1 for the colleague
present finally
report .f th. Uve.tJgating of Cuba sine Its government Institution 1 I. done will hate tine Florida listen to the )l story of lean dignitary viewed the hiatoried who certainly followed' you

commit!*. .U said to bth In 1959 has carried on. tup- an effect upon Cuba' future the exhibit of the Parish Registers record., with keen attention" and tome Pontiff tells of

tint confirmed lastaac ported and directed in various action, for better or ,,'on.. dating from 1594 Americas oldest noble envy.
.f Cabaa arms .!alp..... ULatla .. retreat benefits/
ways a policy of Intervention -- --- --- Turning I* the heal rm.lhillf *-
a Ameriraa altheagh The aclloB of ih* Old', pi*.
country .. .
In the hemisphere | ( the .Inl"l loa
then I. <''b. reartloB, will hat aalaflaeBc
belief *
reasoai t
through propaganda methods, iBiUtiry, Pop Peal Mid: VATIl'AX VITV OC -
ther hat. be.. .th,r*. provision of funds training npoa assay other Church around the worldBacks Pop Paul VI ended a weeklong -
gvrams road the 'N'e wish you to be awes
It ia also Important because in sabotage and guerrilla retreat within the Vat-
world.President. In the noble and ronmlinnrrlce
.f the way the Investigating operations, and the supply of Iran on February 22 with a
Romulo Betan- of modern man. who
committee has backed Itschar. arms to support those movements grants Pope establishes Serve Latins brief talk to the Cardinal.
up .
court of Venezuela sent a want to be the real nunIn .
.*. that seek to subvert ArchblshopM and other Vat
W.IHHIMSTONf' the Mrrtk. that U of
mission toUlt all the Latin say
national institutions through Iran dlgnluiles who took partIn
Th committee found that force In order to Install communist American countries with *>!, AFL-CIO will ask Congressto group to foster total of 3.M l'I'I..tl and Itroth- the DMII worthy of carrel t*. It with him

weapons of many kinds were regimes.* dene of the arm. cache, In give outright grant to nonpublic ers were sent to latin America .l>,vl and' always In need of

put ashore Venezuela. and the hop of awakening amore school and thus break sacred music by United State rellgtou every rr* and consideration U kU talk the Pops ..
cached away for future use Till aaUoa..f this semi vigorous stand against the logjam over federal aid Communities during I 115119{ <>f the mn who, because of hued she ,ery specUl grr.

It also uncovered a detailed sphere will BOI b* the cal ljkeetlr the danger posed by Castro's to education legislation \ tTIt .tC'lTV NHIVpe According to a |Ilnll|| o>ivl' ictd all that La I in him ttut I. great .f .|ilrlin.l retreats wkUh
plan for cabotage and attack .... Uler*.ted I. Cuba and his grandtote plans by the latin America com ami also (that I I. weak, always .Bkla'
designed for the capture of what then. ftBdlBg. prodare.K << for a Latin American Union The AFL-CIO'i executive ( Paul VI has set up an mlttee of the conference of nettU to h- helped| and educated
lie told those who had mad
the capital) city of Caracas. ...U ad Red ('hl.. will of Soviet Republics. council the federation' governing interiuttonal\ awoclatlon of major superiors of men ISM I. first of all to think

Th operations It said, wereto body said In a policy sarriM t musk to promote andCOU"IIII.t. PrtU and' llrothers ar* now I'n'l"rlv| feel prt>|*rlr, kite, the retreat that, for them. thisfervor
will be sed In
statement the grants could be assigned to>> I'enlrjl and South grow h"I"t anti live pr"perlv. expre
be carried out by the soy : the varlou undertaking
of loving the
celebration Why for cUuarooms In which the pledge
Filipino America Tn alUm f tip I"wiling at thee
called "armed
forces of national non.religious subjects would ) for developing amiapreailirg ("huntof ie.U usly following

liberation. b* taught liturgical) and choral the historic kum.nlnl| council

iinglngIk [\ which, : U now In progress,
Among uncoveredby
arm declared 1965 The statement marks the
and of agreeing with the manifest
the Investigation ba- .
were second consecutive year that "Lt. 0' Ih BeifMMHuikta "
will t>< the tool for anew
took a I. mortars recollles the labor f..l r.Uul\'l major was aBBOBareit la

rifle, submachine gun, auto )EANII.A (N'C)-The year 1565 marking the founda. unit has supported .**.....nc.. .. .(HMiollr .letter pshlUhedKebt ttt In flowering und. which of ap4rltu vn.llty today >

ra a tic r1t1tt. hlghpowered to parochial and other non- '4ry n bal dated \..e.. t every
Philippines will be observed
tlon of the u a country ) next la urgwl t by the tolllllUJotlnn
demolition charges and a public schools. her a. 'Iltt.1.' the !..., sit thepair..1 !
year by this "only Christian nation In the Orient, ae on the liturgy.
tarp amount of ammunition. ma.l4-. e.. t'erllU.Ihr .
It was established that the cording to a putoral issued Jointly by the Philippine The "Pop .atd that a prom-

motor of the boat used to hierarchy.The lands were converted to Christianity Bishop enthroned >*..--UlkM" will\ have 4t Icing recoil of such rtratmuit .

carry these weapons ashore Philippine Bishop. In within M years.ralllag Its. iteiojuartert' In Rme awl I.. the growth of *vryon .

had been sent by air from their February 24 letter de- 1'0'nt.ho'P) LUU hat hrrn pl"r* l iH 4ee the i ilevutktn to the Holy

Montreal to Havana. clared the year IMS at a special this "*a achieve-<< Aponte Martinet was enthroned premi.Wnry' of Arvadlo C.Mll- Spirit| and the Ineffable rvn

year of thanksgiving to weal which 1<< ha. .. parallel her is HUttcp. of ral I Lrre.ona. prfet. of the versalM with tiud the fontof

The roMmltff' Mid It had I. th .f ..Ie.,....." .. .
obwr>t the 40((>th anniversary history IVnce Mcr i i '
affidavits 1* establish that of the evangelisation of the the pastoral letter states thai Bishop Apitnte 'UI.1I'eeHMii|

country. It l. sloe! the greatest sad lllahvp James K: McManu pawl| ""lfr. will l.. **eHed. [ nf pastoral) activity and t>f

BEACH MEMORIAL The document, tracing the m..t IgBiflraat teal la cur CJI4 R who resigned a* lush out ui ai-rurdaMre with tle iIc'ra eetvise. to the ept" .ttill< see.

CHAPEL hisser,.- of I l\XKe laet Noml ,U,..".,e, ami JfH" of the .
ChrtsUanlutlon of the lay. op av, rti J
si P..bve at...* 111 tin lands notes that Philip II of It continues: for health teatime atoll W4N rim,rotwrt, wn the MMirgyapx
| > veil by the S.res'ci''N-!
named auxiliary lII.htp
ordered expedition Before our : *
SEMINOLE EACH Spain country
U ken runt\ II Mal peom. .tl'|.le New Turk IlUhup Apostle|
MEMORIAL. CHAPEL from Mexico under Miguel ChrUllsnlied our forefather ,
It rso..s 55....' lopes d* Igaspl In 1163.Th had no doubt their natural the nut NUn prelate U govern by ) ''|* P'uLMission t.Ltrio :ALMS

tint )tau In the archIpalego virtue But at the same I(me, a Puerto Illcan aee stnr' Coach
t had been celebratedon they had pagan custom* .netpractlt'f' KUhop Juan Ale jo d, Arl. papal museum ,

Leyte Island In 1531. .. Their culture was memll y tie U Torre who WMliUhop ; suffers
Pope I'lul1 I recently mail a visit to the Vat. Ii""
of Puerto Itlcu from & u .tn j t. .
4al, J-naa 'E. f But until the eipnllllon teeped In idolatry and super
lean The building hotuwa collection of
from Mexico four attempt aUllon."It Lout to Illl.ArrhMahop. in Congo attack farac a I'..... M, It-
.. ._.. _J. osyoe
A. c..t.-a..l U $ S to evangelize the Inland had nanweie( CUr oU ran ant roaches ui d by former lnpm.. Itrr.the ,

Ambulant Service met with little results. Once was our conversion to lilo apmtolir numb to the U.II\: 11.I.r. l 1'- I My Father &Inspects the roach usexl by Pope.. '4t 11 A... J.. rV I6USO

I VA 4-1471 the expedition gained momentum Christianity that ushered u. larmink.n It."" ...... .whose T wo Ikigia," teachers' wale Ptua IX, who reigned hum HiA to 1K7N. ST. PETERSBURG
ST AUGUSTINE Into the family of civilized! nation .
lltHlunRtro. .u.to py.w
jurU> i
however, all the U- iilnl" 1 and Hire, pcrwMM were
*. offkiatevl at the refcrvary .IUftoa..J la$ west wKrt esmva Popo Paul VI

Th letter further *Ute* H enthronemeftt r.... In rev II n 1. t'In.r-e I guerilla.

KYLE McLELLAN INC. that the year Modal. also was of Our Lady of O Mlsl..v..
great klgntfleame to the Philippines drat b wilts ........... AuthorizesRome

17 W. UNION SmET-JACKSONYIlU Jeer that the naliun. ram was into. K of C elects new t. .ICIe4...". otsrwt IK. raid. .on 1.11.1 Mafilth Latin Ti,h... 114Illf)4rK3UR I

H ).)tU C..fmiv Service Si"K. IIS being of the pr.+.*..*.> fMV"t AMIULANCI SIRV1CI

-A* the Gospel.*. brought supreme knight "f Kill wit. were .1*..*>.. institute

from on* island to anther ,Illaerta.' H end l( e_rt

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rt'nplon as sin. nation emerged r>.- ..*ltt, a VoAgUan pwMktwNnl tills it sin m .
AMIULANCi SERVICE fore that In theM laiandethere offVlal from Maw ... resetted lh.l tae INjt* f.\tt \ I hl *u".J A. P. BOZA

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fI The Florida CathottY, Friday, March 9, 19"

Laity asked to redouble Fishers'

work to stem decline in converts

'OTRK; DAME (NC) Father John A. O'Brien has inely interested in learning

called! for a militant laity in the United States to reverse more about the Catholic itligton. -

the "disturbing" decline in the number of conversions to ." h. said

the Catholic Church. Many misconceptions have

The author and conv'ert-maker has said in an inter- been cleared up and inveterate -

view here that conversions have declined in America in prejudices! have either

recent years falling from 146,212 in 1959 to 12 .670 in melted away or softened..
Sow Is the ideal Urn to express
1962. He said the decrease resulted from the growing Iou
our for our churchless -
ecumenical movement and from the apathy of most lay neighbor in the most

Catholics. In the U.S A. disclosed\ that practical way by seeking to

1 HI' Th chief reason for the mils ti: .l per tent of the population share our most precious

decline. ." Mid Father OBrien claim an affiliation treasure with him.

f would seem to be a let-up In with some religious organiza Father O'Brien enumerated
I convent-milking activity that tion.
even ways In which Catholic
ram in the wake of the an This means that there are
U) men ram help I* ..predIb..l
noumement of the convening
more than 75 million church' faith.They .
of the Second Vatican Council less people In thin country

and the ensuing discussion who have not yet receivedthe are by setting a good

on achieving Christian unity. glad tiding of the Gospelof example, by bringing a per

This Reems to have treated Christ. To bring that Con- non to Catholic ten-ices or to

: the impression that conVert pel to them .U not to proselytize a parish open house, by

making Is somewhat out but to evangelize." answering questions by doing

i>l style and might Impairthe tome act of kindness' by
Father O'Brlrn said the
atmosphere' necessary for loaning Catholic literature,

;;'-.... _. -7. N.; the ecumenical movement." ecumenical movemeat and by bearing witness\ to the
the. spirit of Pope John XXIII

Ushers uniformed for service However, Father O'Brien' han made the present time advrnlagron faith through suitable discussion opportunity atevery ,

said the convert apoMolale for convert mak
and bringing someone to
People of St. Charles] parish in Orlando are and the ernmenlral Move ing.
an Inquiry Clans or to a
proud of the men who make up the usher organization mesa should g* "band la
"Now more than ever before Priest for systematic Instruc
according to the pariah Priest The uniform hand." are non.Catholic genu tion.

coat worn by the ushers were donated re. "To suspend convert 'work

cently by Mr. Foreat Lehman a member of the In the hope that entire denominations .

pariah, in memory of her deceaaed husband. will soon he returning Astronaut speaks

In the picture above from left are: Sam J. J U to t h Catholic

Caatrianni; Thomu D. Birdoes; Hugh P. Church II both Impracticaland benefits

O'Shaughnesay; Julius J. Heyne; George A. unw...... When Christian Space age seen

Baumeiater; John T. Reynolds, captain: Arnold reunion will take place, only

G. Rentz, captain; John S. Leitch; Stan T. Skeea God knows; but as far III w* defying imagination
ran see, it would seem to J be
Jr.; Robert S. Norton; Frank C Stachowiak; Tim
In the far distance, perhaps a
othy F. Donohue; Herman F. Schweera; Charles John H.
thousand years. away While NOTRE DAME (NC) Astronaut Glenn
F. Duby; William J. Daly; Joseph M. Vaaaa; working and praying for iuth Jr.. has said here "the benefits and advantage which

William A. Schwab, organization secretary; andD. a reunion, v*.. must strive will eventually accrue from the apace age" defy imagination.

Leon Hope.In with renewed zeal and Vigor .

the lower picture are, from lefty CharlesW. New films Sports comment to bring churchless! and non. "Die work in space today la only basic preparationsfor

Moro; Kasper IL Winslow; J. Edward Henz, ........ NNa/lr II a4I .......1.. churchgoing people into the tomorrows explorations" said Colonel 1 Glenn who(

head usher; T. Edwin Zimorski, captain; Dr. br .... ...1.. .. n..r. fold of ChrUL"! has resigned as a Marine to seek a career in polities.

Arthur J. MatH; Ralph C. Winkeljohn; RaymondA Morally nnobJertlonaMa Schools sharing Father O'Brien further laid The first American to orbit

Zimorski; J. itonald divert captain; ThomasF. for general patronage oppose the blame for the decline in the globe was presented with sttv Just ss governmentmust

Walsh; Bernard A. Burch ; and Adrian P. K.K.I. C1HHC M" (Warn. conventions on the apathy of the llth annual patriotism play an Increasingly

Tarver. MUM Bid IMR.IDK Or'COMKDV football time with TV Catholic &lay people. He Mid award of the University' of larger role In technologicaland
: (MGM)
Other pariah ushers are: Joseph A. Smith Jr., MWIMitV )IAW.TIlJoi: : statistics nave shown that Notre Dames senior class on e con! oral expansion,

captain; Robert E. Shawen; Dr. Arthur R. Bar- (Writ.) SCHOOL teams don't only 2ft per cent of them February 21 during tradition Glenn said.'

denheier; Thomas R. Bonnial; John Broderick; Morally unobjectionable HIGH on the same field Jo.K have attempted to win a convert al exercUep' commemorating "If w* do not have widespread
as compared with M
and Frank R. Kernel. adults and adoleorenta ai the football pros. Every: C.eorgeVa; hington's birth. application of citizen
.... per cent of the Protestantlaity. day. The presentation was responsibility the only alternativ -
IMHTANTTRt'MPrrr"' A body know. that. But Just a 11I1.
New translation (Wurn.lH. minute. Do the football pro made by Ftrur Tuthill senior will be that fewer

now under way to translatethe .NO MY UUIM.NCJ the high school team! emu te feel thai h* should Glenn said It Is "regret more and more and in the

PARK entlr HIM Into lujeratl, Il.tKillTICK (Zen.) '. the queutlon and apparently kThat. mot lalrnd Into the domainf table that Russia through end, freedom the Indivi

which I is the language of *ev Morally .....bJfl"U...."' Washington U goingto view ,pointtojc lb. Priest b, talking re- propaganda has been able "to dual's freedom to pick his future .

era) million people on the fur adult have to deride It. A Utile tl.....' t. a.n4'stholisa.'* said equate In the minds of many p.tlh-wiU b* degraded.

went 'cost of India. Among MWHO ..Ol:....>1 'IhH-kgruuiu! musks profewtar* tbr ThU U nut a league Father O'Brien' bat added people the size of s particular Glenn warned.

WJn:! Tots NKKD: the Indian language ''Whl halr..att1 WALK (Apex.) 'ilmU! this In ,dad betweenthe that H .la "Bhynlralljr, -...* ipace-boonter with the
.... ...... .. Irerent a
C&l. Prhnn.tall. ll .1. tbat f'BM' merits of our two system of
have their vernacular KII.I.KKN: Tin station and Individual Ibl* for a email number atrrleita
.......... 5.dgN HIM are Sanxkrlt Tamil, ,1'1I1v.1 nil.UII .) Mnlll-mllUoa dollar deal club owners, therefore thin. t. reach Ib. mlllloaaHUM government and our two
Tr ,.hl.. (A trle,lM. > nllual) Knot halll of life.
Pia.N.1. ways
Telugu, Bengali. Konkanl Malayalam >.\ : KIMH (A,A.I particular law does not apply. tb* feW!
I1I"mlrkt ... .. ......
win not. aaRrnerally "It's disheartening to see WINTER PARK
.... ...t...... lmp.r a.r.pe and Hindi. r.ut'IUi! \ IT HI! NI'IjCommliMloner. Pete Ro-
"believed alllarlnvalte. The greatest and Indeed opinions of people all over
calf ht., Set-lir. 7.1.KH: II'era.l( .... idle' concurredV. hav the los that the
rite sight. werehypuwed mat tragic the' world ao affected by a
OltLAMMI Gary's Duck Inn TAMIIIK (MOM ..4 a rice nelwurk' no contract with A PC. This Ihurth .Is suffering' not single Item of hardware,"

ADVKHTIftlNGCOMPANY: Murdly ntjnllxnahleIn \llf, Itmk them. I.I strictly a matter between only In the Unite Slates but Glenn aakiAmerica's OLAVCardt & Gifts
,. ..
oiv Ta a Poe tae part fur all network and Individual
rtpav ..."....... aai '' ; In virtually every country- sumacs In spare Special Party Gee Is
( .AltPKTIIMMilCUM TIIK: All l the ARC .*
alatg "" .pl. chit*
eta ..... M..a.niTb. Rout stir ".twt.anpa. It that which stem from the at well a* In other Card and Gaffs
... .. ... .. ..... (Para) the of many
,A ... Mere umler impression Th aplrll the law not the failure utilize the
to uucl111 l St. Patnck's D
,M .... !...". ....... n n. ... d.. ... Tell MtO\ HlHftU' WITH thev were U) klng an adult letter I* what counts her- *. areas depend upon| the freed .yEattw
and missionary teal of herViO MI> K Ill A.) f not.ball show not a concerted What was th* thinking behind million members. t.l. COTTlM .... .*4-IH1
by to few Individuals
are equippedto
HTKAMM.KK: THK < A A IMorally youth movement, aa lulmeiuent the Uw in the first
win all men for the faith of into
venture new frontiers
MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN ebpr.IM.aabl.. < reperrUMlons. In the plat?
for all ......1........ ) form of achulatilc and Chrt t."The. aloe, the astronaut said.
'CmrUTt: IUXMKIIM: TO <;o angry No mailer hew II. la weeded. greatest challenge,! SOCIAL WORKERM
INM.U TIIK (Svteil ) rullegtat protests, begin to "I roaM not, Itanlel Rooa
Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $1.00 1 the primary, Ine cite arf..., confronting the Church today. PrtUrr
etsixest. <}le, mve late spare.
unite Sal" In prevent **. football is the challenge to find waysof
Family Bucket O'Chiclen $3.95Rih Colleges The National Ketlerttk of mr .".. It Innh the" effort Ful tin* potitiofl;
fn nin rllng In .. rollegeaan4 harnessing the god will,
Dinner $1.00 NT. Pr.TKKMHl: (M.) Slat High ft fouls .(etiumlrdpnHectlon M .f literally I........... aa4thanianda in CatKelic Ag."ty.
high M-lMMK generality and latent missionary -
Nln, KI.>rUla& private n.II....*, felon a "ruthletw, .( arlentUl.. en.glneer Car Send
seal of her the
Dinner $1.15 laity to scenery;
Shrimp ltKlu Ung two Catholic Irtitttut IrrexpiHvilhle Invasion p"mtIng If hthLiy& night pro telecast and. .N.......... ..
> task of winning the whole t Ion CC
Nib NOW a UM'ATHIM TO KlCi\: : in| return *
Ion*, hav* formed an orgunlaatlon nut that M per rent of lime a nMnirtltlt threat to pair me fee my flight. ,"
Its,, IT" Fern Park TK !hUll human race for Chrtat, h*
life'" Orange I'L Tr. nr....... 1 H l-lttt to prrtnxMe a nv>re all arnotoillr football In the college and high arhunl font- emphaaUed.father t.lenn Mhl.Americans. THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC

Hitter' mar A Pine III)). R4. <'V S-MltI favorable' rltmat In the date l' *. I. played on prt.Uy balL a* It newt. certainly' appears O'III..n MM the moat find ways .*. 1651. CMtIl4.(
Mtewaler' la K4. l.lYRN for private InMltutlonn of ,,1,11"a whole" 'Mt>e *ctltliy > to, this in lIMit should
I... rUrloa H4. 11 K. (\....nUlllm >TI. ISSH4II1 higher learning. whirls provides, rwreItnM .- constitute sufficient grounds United State U "on of tin to emphasize Individual tnlti-
Urgent mission flekls. In
.'"'rb Ate, Hanlurd SUter Mary' Uur thy OP. fur mute than 7.V'.(lO for direct.' Immediate eiecu-

president of ),Itam!'. Barry t..,. .. live IC'tk.n. If (U..ell.. ran or- H* sail h* rtUagremwith RUBY'S FABRICS
a lose and let ttv*" attttud .
t.ull..*. was named eerretaryof The National I ('...I'Ntf tier a club owner to sua)4'rwt
THOMSON & McKINNONIN the organisation which Athletic" AiwrUltiMt 'many a Uyr he ran aim demand. that would dbruvuageprmelyllaing FAIRICS ..4 PATTERNS

,..... M-lerteil, I the ram-el In a nation UNIFORM
.uuty warn allege. M '.e* ar* acre ptaet an owner a FrVUy HEADQUARTERSFor
of KturfcU. 'ill'flt''lIt' ('*&- "a 11MMy. tU.U! "CI I ,lftly -M .......... where an weiy retigtona and

ORLANDO SINCE 124 .h,*... Inc The other tat lw 4te threw Ha. prentlgtiHia' iu|>tnrthMtk Pre fuuthaU'''' ......Ming pop.MlarHy creed lie rtrirhveWeTher Girl of Bishop Moore High School

M.", ", N.. YH Stock ficK."g' ....n... .re|>re.enle.l In IHtatn .. of the both w f'...1. butfornwllv might be lnwed runaMeraMy to an InpurUnt dUUMIMO W7 SO. ORANGE ,4VL- PH 6A 54121 I

CoJei for Men. VlUmtIHattkvhxt |>HMW. >r.d \\'..MngtuN if a .legal tevhatraiMy between prmelyUs- I IORL.'XOO.
ad *tKr principal *icKaa *. during the t.. take .(...... were eiptotoeil at the ei Ing and .............L'* K*

CORNER CENTRAL I MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 77111rm gmufi'i Viral meeting" rrexerrtlon TMs IAMB.. la .... n.t. the petty d tdteges and high aid "\ *t.toty ma-le. nr the

the nenl I In male cettataIKat Uw H ..,. r. right )e.t in w...... National fowwll of ('1n'"-...* .$ 'EWE&T .w rtvcsrD

federal fund fee .w the U.*. Iptoanw aM .\It(" Lads I* a 0. ... dams ai 1..A/

..In..don of ur.tergra .. shared \* ..... fMMboll4a ........ mbr Need Instruction .
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peem/.o. S. &i aBlanket the stark .aii kaww what

BILL BARDOEFORD __lrar1 SKI. a sir t..aaa IS will be aWe to 4Tw. __. __ .wv I.r reey/vu.g 1arotigUMI if. .
al.vk.Hui taoei.iii.. A', I'
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FACTORY DEALER J I. J ...,_ dltllaaP..e
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that' twtw_ MM au awl. .___
FOUR PER CENT UK ANNUM rh. ale.tttto FAIRVIEW r f9IIIII fill .Mails. Rate these .... ..CII Nabal h.o.ttrw. .

f wrslee isl.ra/l l p..4 is c..r.c. Hip >r luhesaa ae.d hh1YRr asM Ar M Ike MWI...-.

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new apostles 7 The Florida Catholic, Friday March e. 100.1

Promise kept to Sharing our treasure .
begin hospital

By Glen Klftler a day, and when he crossed Superior *>ou could have Convert spreads truths

THE promise had been a Into Mexico h. had a comfortable anything you wanted for: the

one, but typical of surplus In his pocket.In ml lonlIa would you
the young man. He told the South America he was choose found in sacred writings

Priest "In six month. Ill equally clever. When the lack "A hoepltaV* the Priest .... 1 -
send you a hospital for of roads made travel by bike said quickly. } ISNT

free. The Priest laughed and Impossible, he headed for the 111 get one for you," Eertpledgexi. s you would like to to(.'
the precious treasure of
nodded patiently and then nearest! airport and earned _
about It. your holy Catholic T'alth
forgot passage from bush-pilots by Father
There should be for
But Evert Jurgens did not loading and unloading small Medical aid many
Christ wants all Ills follow. Joh. A.
forget Even at 19, he wa the cargo-planes. One pilot deposited
en to be apootle* bearing "wit-
sort of person who finished him at Fonta Boa. a Two months later be was O'Rrtesfrom
nee to Him and to the religion
what he started out to do. The tillage on the Amazon headwaters back In Holland. Armed with which He eitahmhed
circumstance of the promisewere and then there beingno
reference* from the Holy for the salvation of all men.
proof enough of that. other way to continue
Oboe Fathers and a doctor There's simple method
a by
Evert bought a canoe for who had once worked In the which do this. heaven. If eat of
The BramlMi "wa Had *. you can anyone
the bank "f the AmsnnRiver II 50 and began paddling 600 Rrartl minions he began to thl bread he shall live forever .
miles to the next airportHe Nernr halt doses txvnk
make the round of s
In the niMut of the every ; and the bread th it Iwill
had been on the rl\er manufacturer whose ,a. evplal.lag| l four Faith and
product \ give U flesh for
RraatUai J.'fl s tnno Mlles you my
about a week when, to his could be used' In a honpiut. keep them rlrrmUlUf amangje the life rf the world."

frame the Atlantic roant.Evert surprise. he came upon a Always he Insisted. on seeing welt, ,,, .r ...*.Catholic' .rl"...*. The Jews argued among

wu there at part of Euftllf'ln-t1re settlement the top man, and If he was re- Among book which have themselves, saying "How can

hit plan to nee the world before cluster of buildings and a fused' an Interview or a donation helped with ncwra| grace Jto thl* man give us his flesh to
he 21. and he had church. Investigating, he dls- be back
was went again .at"
Education at World's Fair lead. {person Into the fold ire
covered It
iilready seen a great deal of was a Catholic mission and again until he got both. the paperbacks; "Father Hearing them. Jesus "said
U. The before he had run by Holy Ghost Fathers *
left his home year In Amsterdam, from his own country.It !. asiolker toe Heaths. ke Officer' of the National Catholic Dennett C. ApplrRate<< Columbus; New Smith" I Instructs Jarkcnn"! Jnless you eat the flesh Of
the Son of Man and drink his
Holland and bicycled was like a reunion with old collected' everything ece- Educational: AMoclattott look over a Orleans. Archbishop John P. Cody; Th, Faith I of Millions blood
you shall not have life
"that's the Truth AboutCathohesr
through much of the Middle friends. wry t* equip an 111 tIM .tonptlalIsrludleg model of their proposed exhibit for the and Monsignor Frederick G. 1 1IC\
East. Now. In late 1961, he Morf'OIt was this: ai a the be4n.Learning Hill of Education at the New York Waahlnston, D.C. Questions About t'tthollc and drink my blood hat life
the Western Catholic young J u r g e n a World's Flan left .
touring Fair
was Monsignor
that a Pettish t'.lth."The Open, It>nr" amt everlasting and I will raise
knew about the missions, of .
In the ----- ---- -- -- -- ---
Hemisphere same way shipping company sent boat the two booki
course, from what he had to the headwater of the Catholic book reviews stories, "Path to Christ" and my flesh, I I. lied Indeed and
read and heard but this was
Support selfBy his first contact Amazon, he went to London Tmtng Home** Publtthedby I my blond U drink Indeed. He
and obtained not only free Our !'unciAY'I.II..r., thenelneipen who eat my flesh, and drinks
camping out and cook with them.He shipments of the supplies but Lenten devotions emphasized l\e paperbacks my blood abide In me and I

Ing his own meals he managed "was stow deeply IM. aim a ticket for himself. shouhl be In every Catholic In him John ,3137):

to cross the United pressed bf "what he MW" Thus Kvert Jurgen kept home, and kept In constant" The Catholic Church tin
40f day TPO lit'ou: FOLLOW rhi'iijh emphasising brer- titles In various I'roC..IIImal<
States on a supporting
how' hart the retests worked his promise, but he was late r I mil*(too. never wavered In her belief
himself In 1 Tilt: by cashing Tilt WAY, OF
how" Much they achieved with at It. Because of the distance The ..Uf't'Ufit hnlllLit that Jesus meant what He
the empty soft-drink bottleshe .o llttlt. It took seven months not sis, ('ROS.by Dr. John A. '- ,1 l Iq i>r lean, the spiritual has written several militarY'r""l1'h In tailing truth seekers Into rail' when He promised| to
found strewn from coast rxuf-K, rn exrHe earh .per publicatlona and U1UIM
for him to return with the hammer 120 give IIIm..1t0 11'h.
paper, pagr-a, the fold I is illustrated\ In the ua *
to coast He literally cleaned The rare and privileged experience ,>'n to hilt or her mailmumunderstanding -American Men of
equipment' for the new ho* 75 ants. The Bruce Pub convention. of Edward 0. IUn Holy KucharlsU
of the lordsp. ft'1.nr.nd; the Cardinal' '
usually collecting over $2 of observing minion
pltal, and then be stayed on
Uahinf Company.The key of Hethlehem, I'.nnayl.vanis -
work firsthand understandably ">.lr>n. Many of the refteotl Newman Honorary 8leiy This learhl.g.1lb.' n.l'f
made the enterprising to help build It long. holy way mule ..". may 1 I. quntaleMM from drew .. closer. lo her.
The missionaries did not short U possibly the bet Tilt: KTOKY OF MI. "I vs. reare-l' In th. Its.
ORLANDO C mitiiiie( and the author
determined to make cont -
youth mind the delay: they were phrase to decrll. the handy: mantes' ('UtI.ASOtI.U: rtTT.1by : t her an Church." he reUled During World War II I
his contribution to this many thoughtful
own mated that the boy had been little personal Lenten bonk. his Irvine<; Stone, IXmbleday "but when IT 1 H""! the served with the armed force
.1 ier* of
vital Catholic effort."If 11 own
WINTER PARK able to keep hit promise at entitle To Help You Followthe tt Company, Fptc: ...pat Church. After r <1uatlng In England: and received Instructions
he asked the Father
all Way of the Cross resigned Huihta, for eark day ft the What many people feel' I I. from Moravian' College from father An-

Social teachings The wonder In It was tht: to M.r\. as a catalyst Month are stirred ".. kelpM Michelangelo's stogie greatest In Pet Me hem In IW, I thnny Kaa nf the Society\ of

I BARNES a Hutch boy had done for the to activate meditation for
j DRAPKRt' AnFlOOR MY ANTnMO (SC) missions what adult would\ X set* of station, the hook a deep '|1.1.11..1 u....,....... come to America this year for high t'nlveriliy. There I readeiterwlvetr renter That Source unfolded

i COVERING. lie.FRKK Archbishop Robert F.. Luceyof have considered 1m poqIhl.. wa' written by Pr John A. exhlbltlun at the Vatican Pa- about r.Uat-M." In me the long history of the
The challenge\ tn It I I. this Hamme who U honor of TV Hamme I I. the author
: KHTIM.TFJ San Antonio has assailed a \Ukllthe New York Continuing with the story Church, Its foundation by
Snog >. Orange Orlaact.G. Catholic critics ",.ho would any American boy can do as I'MloMiphy at the Universityof rr la I ; Help. You S. y the World'a Fair. of bM life. Mr. Rankey na. lariat who, conferred UponIt

.'".* u.ut place social doctrine outsidethe much. GeorgU. It r lieHter. and many are rated' l the following" detail; the authority\ to teach all

scope of the Churth.II. ." The fall tlnry .....1... Ike Mr research on the sacra- tvalkwa.I" .

spoke at the 16th annual rre.l(.. .f Ik* riela, l...'.
WE ARE NOT THE convention of the San Antonio It* secret .....1.11. !I. fathomChurrh has retained true Church by father Ka*

LARGEST IUT WE TRY atrhdloreun council of Catholic ..uUtl) a !. NI. teterX I. the seven sacrament liutlluted In the | .._| f.cramenlCburrh

TO IE THE FRIENDLIEST men here. t.M I. Stile ......., do *rrkUlfor by Cbrlit. while nom l,-.ke.ter. and ,.>

"Some! think sorlal doctrine "'It... the. V..lk.. r.- Catholic t1..nnmINIIIIIh.u r el.veil our .:u.hrUtK. Lord

All 01.PI' AlWlu" Is outside the 1'Orot the *lI_ ,1 e".... omltte "uL ,In April. 1914- Wishing. tn
14 O <:vrr..t DM***) Church" the Archbishop d.- r shire nvy precious treasure
c- 1I 't-b)av.4 Irving Stone, Add foe tile I "wa pareketerh lnlee .
Corwpeusded Overtefff ('Jared."Nochln<< ran be fur M r metlculiHJ research' ((wntseveral .,... ,N the Melt K:.rMrlta with many others 1 Joinedthe
th.r from the truth. frl.ly of the Atonement
year In Italy and 4 the peace raretallf 1 It
the social, teaching ala (Orsynvoor New turk,
Save with Security Noting even taed In a quarry to ...,.. Ik. nHr. <.re. s4 the
of the Church are nothing where a* l\r.>."., !>. |I.. Salle
get the background 'tat his "wrIIUl e' the Falhet .(
SAVE AT said t lhe UbrarUn"
n.wthe Archbishop am
epic novel, 'Th Army >",1 l the I hervh, the Hare e..-
SECURITY FEDERAL that "70 years to the day before the lk tay" l hewn from 'la*.4 I was thai !I. Ibis,
John Issued Mater
Pop this work, *'T>e Story nf Mlrbetang ........, J.... ('hrUt I* ORLANDOWINTER

.t )r..btrlPope CanX111 *!" '* I"" ." tell\ toe ,..llj ft.*..<.
the drive for
spearheaded aJust
rot the orH'i great dramatic PARKAQUINO'S
wage."ChrUtlan. M,.t nonCalhnltre regard
slides abmit one t>f the
soul doctrine and wine, dlitrt-'
wurbis great "work of art. the, "bre* t
Is an Integral part of Christian Mint at the thrill Supper atalgM

life," he emphasised. Wf. or Ilene of

,i ; ,5 Book ends (:'heistt. SUVlNd THI

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.. Men tWv T1",f-4 I. 10 new ..r1.. .ft'n..' "THNew Case of accident 220 >U"" e Ave W.,',

FEDERAL Fri 1S.t.11Nt.Up"'" proposed expansion of Ft John t'JUlt'OOIM to the present *cSf..L 8U I library H -Mure than .t.". I MI MI 7.4 WO
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In the sketch Seel... tift ('alhooIM t....., asstprsr4ke .b pUre i by Calhrnelre
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1x II The Florida Catholic Friday March 6,19&4

forces tighten .' .J. \': \', ". .' .I:.1t Mass guide

'Jcr. ; n link
..-:\.;..- ..I.'.. .". .. ..' .", \. Early
'Ul" ,
South Vietnam "..::2;'' .'"' .; .. with Mexico !SUNDAY March 8
grip on ;.. .' .: ,Ii< Laetar Sunday (Ma** of

/ ; Sunday.. Creed Preface of
< told visitorST.
Ry Father Patrick O'Connor for their war on and In South Lent.)

NC ha tightenedon Vietnam. !f \ MONDAY. March 9
SAIGON ( ) -The communist grip
South Vietnam during the past tour months. Hence, the Viet Cong war, .', '-.' r .1 Al'GtSTL'iI'-The; : (Mass of a Lenten weekday,

I become now nearing a climax In First Lady of Mexico paid a 2nd prayer of st. France of
under communist control have
The areas south Vietnam, la an aggressive ::1" formal visit last week to the Rome. Preface of Lent)
larger. In other areas the threat of communist terror is i ; : ; -C .
war waged with impun 1,1 Mission of Nombre de Dioa TUESDAY March l : 10
is with less initiative shown ,'iI"-.J.t '."
Resistance weaker ,
nearer. ity by the north Vietnam regime. "'l"I", ,:'*5":","' (" : in St Augustine. Florida.The (Maw of a Lenten week

Here are dome significant It was begun by it. It : 'r' ( ; \ of day 2nd prayer of Forty
; wife of the President
lain recruit, fond and Information. ; :: )

figures from American military fly terrorism they has been continued by It. .ii"", ;j ,1 ; ,:,,' ;; ,' ;. ........,\ Mexico Senora Eva Samano Holy Martyrs, Preface of
: sources: : J escorted Lent.)
; -
paralyze local government.Even 'i' '." de Lopez IJateo was
The weekly average of "In- while absent or in hiding North' Vlflosm r...nonlMahope .. ".., ..',..'?' (., ..;. ;.. : .;".. ... ,;. through the old Spanish mission WEDNESDAY March II

'chlent1 perpetrated by the they control whole clusters lo roatlone It with.. Impunity "::?/-'':'>, '''' 'r1 which will celebrate the (Matt! of a }\Lenten weekday

cnmmunlut Viet Cong duringthe of villages by terrorism. until then have forced : t :; ; tooth anniversary of its Preface of Lent.)
/ ,
fliit. six months of 19 dwot The men who do all this a".rMan(" for a gn rr.n.f.t .; :: w founding In 1965 by Father THURSDAY March 12

270. The Incidents Include never call themselves commu of their choirs U the tIo..... Michael V. Cannon mission (Mass of a Lenten weekday

acts of terrorism, propaganda. nists. Even in North Vietnam, director and Major GeneralHenry 2nd prayer of St. Gregory I,

sabotage and armed attack the communist are careful It would start a* "neutral Y W. McMillan representing doctor of the church: Preface -

The weekly average of not to use that, label Like the ist I :' Within couple of year Florida Got ernor Kar of Lent.)
the; incidents In the three It would be absorbed in an all- ris Bryant. FRIDAY March: 13
Polish Reds, they call them- :
months of November and December communist unification (Mass of a Lenten weekday
selves the "Labor party, in k:1
19A3, and January, This I Is not only an aggrenslve Father OSBBOB alas told Preface of Lent.)
WiO. Vietnamese the Dang Lao It I IA massive violation 1 Mr tiro's tint lady that HUA
J4! was war a SATURDAY March U
long Communist has been .";. ....'.: >stl>. ..dlu aearbjr ml-
During the week of November of the Geneva cease-fire -- .. g (Maw of a Lenten weekday
that Is the second a nasty word In Vietnam forum signed by the ; i.'t.. .. ., pica drpradrd .. aid from
613 agreement ...>{ i. Preface of Lent.)
'week after the overthrow of 20 )'eatl.Tw.nly.thrl" North Vietnam communist ..,:.. :..'('.. :. Mrilro fur very survival dur- SUNDAY, March 13 .
t iE .c.\
the Diem government Viet year ago In July. 1954. ... lag till ITik _eentary.H 1st Sunday of PdMlontfcie.
to camouflage their eommunlm "fIJ'
tong incidents numbered and to ensnare noncommunist Nearly one mflllon people, quoted for her from a (Maw of Sunday Preface

1021, the highest total for any nationalist, the Vietnamese most of them Catholic, I left report written from St. Augustine of Holy Cross.)

week on record. Again from their home In North Vietnam in 1675 by visiting
Urdu formed an Independence 'Jr
"February S to 12, the second In 19V455: rather than Gabriel Dial Para
league with a E Bishop Desecration told
week after the second coup long name that was short' live under communism Then Calderon of Cuba:

M etat, the Viet Cong Intensified ened to Vlet.Minh. Similarlyin people and million of their *Th section doe not produce MK.XKY 11 n' <>C) -Cuba

their activities, reaching compatriot arc vividly aware ... it refugee on their arrival
of material
December. HIM! the North Mexico's First Lady at Mission any sort raw
a total, of 738 Incidents.The. Vietnam regime sponsored anew that the aggression ha* been which could attract trade, and here reported detail of the
renewed by the communist desecration: of a statue of Our
majority of Ihme. Intldfiil organization styled the Father Michael V. Cannon, director, Ian. left represented the Government has no resources other than
of communists in Santiago
It bring the shadow what Lady by
are ninny arts lit tfrr national liberation front of )last week welcomed to St Augxtatine'a of Florida at the viait to the Miaaion of the government allowance but October
fled from 10
..II..m. .mrordlng A met lesamilitary South Vietnam. This "front" they years ago which It await each year
darkly again over themselves, Oldest Mission the Tint Lady of Mex Nombre de Dioa of Senora Lopez Ma-. The refugees Mid that tin
of Mexico and
from ,
''lieiimrii. Terror.1sin took over the guerilla war- city
their home, their churchesand ico, Senora Eva Samano de Lopez Mateoa.. October 4 m group of Reds led
l bale. ladle of coin mil* fate that was already being by which the infantry la fed
their children' future. teo*. Major General Henry W. McMiN and clothed'She "* by Uniformed militiamen entered
slats l everywhere, comes first waged increasingly since
and U.t o. the program of February 190"!)-against the admired Ivan Mestro- Santiago's Santo Tomas

the \'I.' Cong I. their ram South Vietnam government. vies statue of Father Lopes church They stripped the
Pius XII aidedVatican's Coming statue of Our Lady known as
,pall to an**** Mouth Vlrtnam > de Mendoza, Grajale, who
IInel l claims ibst It Is not founded the natlon'a first "the pilgrim" of its vestmentsand

rr>|' >n.lllt for III. "llbrrallna. events parIAh on this site in 1565. jewels and dressed it In

Terrorism stifle olijextlona fiunt" and the wsr It U wagIng Senora Lope Mateo expresHed the uniform of a milltlawoman. -

to their propaganda, give In .the Huuth. let II.. interest in Tbi. ..1... II... 5..., ...... While they were doing
1a..re5 ........ ... ...... herself a* intrigued
them safeguards In nalmlug Hum) radio and plea espouse| .f ...e.5... .! .1 tl..... At- by the possibility that Father this, the refugee added the

and ensures secrecy and cooperation the "fi-onl" and publish. II. I.... ...1.! .< ..,.'.' ..atly.Slit Lopez wa "a distant rela Cuban Reds shouted insult

for their armed at l'I'ul'lIllInd. helping refugees cited 5. ..ItIM, lion The statue u known as "thePlI..lm"

because of the
tacks By terrorism they ou Benefit day Marsh 8, 1010: many
Its program In Inmklet form a.m., Mary Help of Christians .'. official. party shish In- time it had been taken on

Is printed and published. by a flhNKVA: : (NC) The Holy See, the cut were large Hum to allMlal their gilrf. School, Tampa.. rloded her slater, Hrnorltal pilgrimage through Oriente

Beach government-controlled print.Ing support) of the Holy See was )ly restored.The Hour Devotion St. >orlors Amelia ttasnaao BI.h. province of which Santiago U
"Our earnest solicitude for Forty
Daytona ad several Mrtkaa. mill-.. the capital.
house In Hanoi. In the an important factor in the Pope later allowed his those afflicted Ignatius I Church Tarpun op
sorely members
center of its red and blue statement at the audience to Urr sad pre. sld., srrnmpaaled -
of International aid
success : March 1
of the human family Spring, ; am.,
flag 1 I. the same yellow star be made public. It was dt.*. tho. Meklraai Prf ldral's -
program for refugees, it 'to exhort to March 10.South",1It.
loots urge u* government
that stands, out again the cloned by Mon&lgnor Maltonlfor wife.Father BeachPRINTING
Gre.tin Cad WM reported here during a authorities and also social ", Count Deaneryof Daytona
sliced background of the
the flrat time at the meet DCCW) meeting, March to.Holld..y Gannon ,
meeting of Catholic jen-- service and charitable associations
LLOYD COX North Vietnam flag
Far more sulking priMleare tics working for refugtra.Monilgnor ing here.P __. to cooperate whole.hearlwlly Inn. North Trail. Sar- the history of the Pariah

Office Supplies teen In the documents Costa nte Mal- p. Hun XII Midi In fostering this asota. Reglalera of St. Augustine to
laudable Initiative and \\"It Coast., Deanery orIX'CW Senora Lopes Mateo
CL 2 )473 very letter Press and Offset
diaries and supplies found In toni counsellor: to the .
apos. "One of the sad and distreitslng
'III North Beach Str.. to contribute generously to meeting March: 12.Outrl'Al'r The Pariah Register date;
Viet Coin hideouts and on toile nunciature In Bern CoucKmtn Printing Co.
caused by
Snell lale.
Inn. and the oldest
from liiM
this moat timely appeal are
Viet Cong pt I.n.n and dead. Switzerland revealed dur j. ...u..,, o_...
the war remain a serious St.
Forty Hour Devotion. written American records of
11\ doing we feel on"df'nt .
Then prove that the hardcore Ing the meeting that the one In spit of the organli.4 that we so art voicing the Paul Daytona Bach, March any kind In the United States. Cl 2..2.4 131 Maqnofia
Italian and American Food Viet Cone have comedown efforts during then last.
Holy See "WM almoat l year sentiment of all those who, 13 to March: 17.

I Open I '.M. 'til 11 I I P.M. from the North usuallyby alone" in encouraging the for resolving It It I* the proh. Urau they dearly cherish Or U*!. (entral Deanery .,

cruising Into Laos, with work of the United Nation lem of refugee. thoM people the Christian Value and freedom |tit "''"' ....1.'. larch It. HI.Krrsxla Community help :i v v

S lanquat Facititi detailed order .Further raptured among our brother who *) harrh, Qr a o a dBwk.
high commissioner' office for which in such a great
Indicate that V.TH't> CITY ND-The
weapon ) event
polltkal ,
Cloud Mondayt for refugees back in 1052. pressureby part these refugee are suffering .
the Chinese a* well a* )5e1.eln : were furred to leave their Card party Sacred Heart community "must help Individual
Jouro""IU'Olntrll" ale The Vatican was one of IS cannot remain unmoved develop their iwrsonslity -
and cuuntrte to look ;
SAN REMORESTAURANT home Guild sponsor, April 8. Jack- v vOaw
helping la f'liulp1..., C'ung round. serving on an adiM fur shelter and a livelihood in by their ptf'M'nChr sum tile harden Center.' rendering them fit forth
ally nor be Indlffeient to their and their I.
>rv svsnmittee fur the coin- right duties
foielgn land CDA state meeting, April 10
iniwiloner. future destiny Creator ha* given them"
LOUIS W, their .... Monslgnor Maltonl.. hid the to 12. George Washington Ho 7
lie said Pope Plus XII If we plead for ra Pope Paul VI said her at an v vdtaf

CL 2.1357 .>..11.a...........M..* I... *|Iok. with the former high It Is .. MJT aaalai that we are Holy 8M I I. continuing to encourage tel. Jacksonville.Dame, April. II, Cape audience granted on February

... .. ... .l I I. Ik'lrI the asl. iam'* for
kUik.Milt !. I rummliwloiver at a private always | iere l < 28 to member of the Italian !f
ftt. ,lt ..-IM.. SUIto ttl.... refugee. Colony Inn Melbourne, tp.m
... ..4 .. wl.rnslr.tale l part
audlviH In May, 1MU, wben lids
.. Int..rparllamentarrOll p
...r._xl.l Wl, *.. to 1 a m. \\OIIJ<<''' Cluh, FLORIDA IS PULtOP
P.ITUOM/.K TIIKHKADlr.UTIMKIM a.. Orl.*M, ..*.,...- the rominlwlonrr wan dwruuiage that the lluljr H*. will o.. The Vatican ta also anxious. meeting in Rome for a studyesioa.

approfirlattoiia( fur rrfugr Mfsidablo. w..k. ..4.rljkkjT .. regard to the cause of their sponsor.PsrUh.

work \\lth the aid if the the 1.1f'r.1 or|.alM> condition, ho Mkd. Bishop Kenny card party High April School 10 FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS.--SINCE ill 1"

THUNDERBIRD BEACH MOTEL Cafeteria, Jack.oniflle l Wom

.. .... .'w.44.. ..... -'-". ,n'* Guild. sp' nw>,. Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons

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;. .d Jewolort
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.tl The north Catholic Friday, Mink 6. IKl '
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Exodus from PakistanEmbrace T'I:

school set

Islam or leave r t S for Ormond


., school and administration
Garo hill.m'an .
was told building has been planned forS

Brendan parish here The

classroom area consists of two
TUBA India (NC--Some) 33,000: Christian
from refugee minority groups from Eat wing each with an adjoining
Pakistan have arrived in India Pakistan
claiming they had covered paiMgeway. Thereare

to flee their country because of religious Intolerance and (But reports from Catholic four ciJMrooms In each:

economic pressure by Ita Moslem majority. About 20.000 mUsioners in the East Pak wing

of the refugee. are Catholics. The Istan border area stated that
rest are mainly Baplists. I The administration I r ea

Some estimates departure. have been heavy .. ..... .
put the total number of refugee ---- ------- -- --- --- -- -- will consist of a general office

u high as W.OOO. from their seven major ml.- record room, Slater

The Christian exodus is taking place along the heavily. aloe stations ther*. AU Catholic Proposed school building in Ormond Beach room, lay teachers lounge and

*, they said have |left
populated border be. one first aid room. Construction
tween un Richard Novak "C. 01 mUslon. Another mission hat Father Neil A. Safer u appeal and administration building at St proposed school shows two wines. of this unit will tw slmlUr tu

Myemstagh DisJohnstown.. Pennsylvania was lost four-Onhs of Its people. In* to his parishioners to pledge l the Brendan parish Ormond ftrarh. each with four classrooms the classroom unit except that

trict of East Pakistan and kUJ.d. SUU another Has lot one- funds sufficient to buU4 this school The architect's elevation the the roof will\ he hipped instead

half. In one mission.ht't'I _. _
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the halo hills of northeast The rl9ftr -- -- -- of tabled.'
belnnf Ml
haul tIHoct'no departures, but A decorative eurxed block
era India' Assam state. ly to the Garo tribe, whkk Eau Game

Satlndra Mark one of the Inhabit. both .!4e* ol the 10ft.mlleloni mlMloharle people then Ire reported getting that readyto the AseeoftloaTh" Cardinal finds U.S. missioners Screen attractive and planter entrance will\ to forman the

Garo refugee, uid be had left froatler "'Ito.. fie*. Installation for the officers admlnUtrailve area.

Pakistan because Moslems (In Pakistan Communications (Meanwhile, Pakistan's For of Aicvnxlon Catholic Peru best good will
had com to his hous Ind Minister Abdul Sabur elgn Minister, & A. Bhutto Women's Guild will be het l lTuesday < to are envoys .t..s.sal fel.r* se the

told him; Khan denied on February said In IWca, e. .allll lUot March 10 at the Eau kalldlng' will be a copper .plr.

Pakistan that about 10,0m) Galli Yacht Club. It will begin H\ HOU .tXlsillst: ) bottling for the good education cam to Peru we have found ..rmn..(H silk a wr..ghtIro
U that there had been
Either a
yes embrace Ibm ChrUtlaM had fled to the at 7 p.m. and tickets are of all those students a real father promoter, a pro cross.The .
or yo. leave the e.. departure of Christians from LIMA (NC) "The
trjr. Garo Hilt drcUnd W.JO Tilt dinner served will through the wonderful help tf'C'tor.llrdlan of the
1ft that
his nation. In an Interview in architectural Ucontemporary
The estimate Pakistan feature tteak. Tickets ran b* American priests and Sisters of Cardinal Cvuhlnc" whole Church In Peru.
that 20,000 of Karachi, Wet rakUtan, he wants them to re with a flavor
the obtained lronM ra. Dro C and Brother the Cardinal lamUiurl paid "M U lending first of
refugee arc Catholics ua laid reports on the number of turn. He denied what he are UA, of colonial ai Indicated In
made by Father called I'"malicious AISUS or Vn.( Chew 2tU-t i high tribute to Richard Cardinal all the Priests of the Societyof
Bucclerl. an refugee wr exaggerated \or1. i bet ambassadors of food the arched wing walla adjoining .
Italian missionary H* said and falae. He accused Indiaof from India that M.noo. Chrlstlan > MS3. will between our countryand Cuahtnf, Archbishop of St James. They are doinga the administration building
he based his estimate tribesmen had crus..d lU'ttun, for his Interest In and wonderful work In my the
on unfair
using mthtids of the shuttered
the United States. aid to the Church Ire Para entrance,
identification cards filled out stimulate the emigration ofSisters the frontier because of Mu- Ormond and. and the other discus window and the hip roof.
by refugees In the camp lem persecution.) said Juan Cardinal Larxla< 'ti'e have really no word of Peru, especially! with the
The minimum goal of the
In the Indian capital of sure Ricketls in inter to fiprenj our deep gratltinl.is Indian In the millions. And
Two American an
Baptist ml
fund appeal U 11S0trt0 1 ( to hareatlird
iloners the Rev. Julius 001U New I>rlhi, Prim Minister Daytona tour great friend and benefactor h* U sending to us not onlyPrt
1fw here
** our a two-year period
he said .
Jawaharlal emphatically.'From xi4, huSlat"* too for our
Downs charged on .
the Rev James This wilt\ completely pay
In his office alongside the first moment h
invites whooU and for hospitals.
Wood reported that 15.000 February 2 8 that two children guests for all eonmructton costa and

refugees are BaptUta. had been killed and 11 per the Flat d* Araus in the ",'.,tlln.1 Clashing has sineent furnlrhtni. according U father

Moat refugees are landowners Tel. son Injured by Pakistani .nTo\., IHCtm-Uon- bustling and growing cplui n..ny to build the ..m- Nell A. Bacer.

who reported that t0DA troopean a barbarous act of signor William J. Mullally city of Peru, the Cardinal Irish to study liurle. In Lima, In Cusco and

they were driven from their indiscriminate firing" on red P.A.. \'.F. pastor. of $t. Paul In TrujllK and h* Is bunting

homu by armed Modem ugeea. Church here, announce that emphasized again change in liturgy many churches In our .I\lm.. Mission effort

who took their cattle and Earlier the Indian Foreign, honorary co-chairmen of the that "it is a pleasure for "You cn **e," the primal' I.ITTI.K R
their crops. .n UBU Affair Ministry Mid in a spring meeting In the area me and for the Peruvian hl'Rl.1(1t'ArrhhIA- of l Peru said, that Cardinal Latin American missionary

Their flight follow religious note that the shootings were"eo4Mlta.ded for the women's council! deanery hierarchy and for the Penn op John C McijuaUl CSSp. ("hlng U Mir great benefactor effort that grew out of a

riots in East Pakistan murder and will be Father Irvln Nu run (vople to have the aid ,>f Dublin haa 'rp'oinl,1 atommtabwt private venture by five aturtenli -
urged P.kMII'to put an Immediate gent and Father Nell A. !Sager. at At. John' Home Mis-
between Modems and HindusIn halt to th.1IIe or the American Priests to ronalder way ('., acts. Monsignor MulUlry U iplHtual dons here baa been
January during which an and Religious.\ of lmenltng| ltturtea| .l k. w..M like tk* people

American Priest Father AMI M.l* alkHtte. moderator for the Orlando I he Cardinal of change net forth by 'h.'Itk'.n Second .f Ik. Blle4 Male. U knew" put on a formal Ntala by a
Central of the St.AUJU.Un. ArvhbUhep '
deanery f W anonrnwiua gift.Monalgnor .
\ .
she kale Council.Th
Mt p 19 carpe for ". '
we appnrtafkn"This.
I iu and primal of Cent greet
aid illTl"TIC'ORI IHoceMn>> IVuncll' James R. O'Con-
the refMee a4. are sepply Irish primate nn eil In
lag tkM silk relief, kav. of Catholic Women.Tker id' hat "the Peruvian |eoi hi. t.enten '"lM.II.ti.r that ar* now appioilmatly nell, seminary rector, sail
Boach \ I..... \( > w the people of the Unit
Daytona ( 't> "i I the would h* u**l toNml
:JO American communltle money
et .... Pakl.taa the Ma. contains truth
t. .
a .1. will k* S *.. tot.*
The Sisters of St. Ann f'II Stale through the Amerwan
Brglvg It '... t* ere at are tor 4rl 1.ale. .. Tk.r.ley.March char ft*'We thIS unrha".bI.I"wn' _..rkliif 111'1.. .rhta.lg, ,'.r. "student mUilonarte
building 3SObed Itlecta and
a KUler andHi'Khtri
hospital Uhe., hn* >.llaU and In urlal' to l-ailn America nut summer -
forrlkly pe ve.l peak.trkk.a IS. .l nl. bn.tt.alerth ,, amt that only the (
her and member of and! the
expect M' -
work In Urn flans rail for the prcjett)
"unthinkingrimieml that all..
rehg.a her .tei.g ( |tree l Ihee Chats
their order ho 't' 'the jil
w the
Welcome TrswtUn are being expelled g< q\Mnu., to be a regular" summer time
Furniture from Ceylon to Join Its I Ml*. lt..le.*H, ()ro..... lle ck.TkU '. Mh etlucatkm of the Amrl- .la et fr change Th CanHnal I A rc tlbIt he",) ..nl.'I'fI.tI.. bl ..mInary.
.of tJnn Mid
Porch and PaK;. SpeciaHUt: puff, India's Minister for Works, U Father fUgrr pariah.The >n iop|. through them. *TH pilMiry llerel olIke jxit eight sears that h hiring* ha' cr the*. .

RaHaH Wr.uyht (rnI The Sisters, *no.. mother- Houilng and Rehabilitation bualn#.s will b* conducted "And" when the ronvBtinUuwini <<< krrk. U ck r.*.. us ate| U new t<4rUhe, an>i ha The venture originated" with/

AJu".i""IftHit" house Is In Lucerne, Swltier- Mthr Chand Khanna. announced st the new Riviera MlL <.. to t4k{ against )t1U 5..i, M ike <..it. lorikM plans fo< ., lit 1) or J) five ttudent from St J Ihn Iwho

; way I OrmenJ leach land. hitherto have had onlya on February 29 that 211 South Atlantic Ale- and lo propafandli ...In.1 .," ke MM.That more during ih. nelthr... .Ut summer went on

5Obd hospital 1 in this South h Is coming to the border the I'nltMi: Rtale the their Ueiko and
nue in Dtytona Peach (on people illllu India city. They have seven area to arrange for relief mil- Highway AlA t. A full meal Mr That I t. Met true: ...- lntemri enthu.la.is whoeem Urn* new hit 2J11'1.IIIIO r o- Mural weeka doing mlel.'n!

other hospitals In India. cure on behalf of the refugee will I.. served for UM. Rervtli *- f4tte they have en what ta l I.. ftlN"tf".1 l with pie and I I. growing r<*uuntly < work I In a region J w alike

The CVyloneiie government *. >n* should b* .In the the American Print and lieUftnua 'e..Uwn'II reremimle* (ifr r>rh month h. ...I. there west 01 Meilco! City

announced a few years ago It Khanna said In Parliamentthat hand of Mr*. Award T have done haunt**! by the lu.* .of are l.-'U new reikUnt. ofUma.

was costing Catholic nursing the refugee had been Carey 104 K:.4 i Drl>., Or Cardinal I 1.ebpurl> des the *nttiU*. either by birth t>r by

Sisters from government hocpltals. subjected to (anting, burningof mend teach by Tuwia> ..,..... (he (tMirch In Peru.t Neither U the tm t>f the Imml/r.ilng M th* city. CLEARWATERTOM'S

The removals have home and molestation .f .
> March 17. ihin/ wish| rea.aableoptimism'
(church In *njr wn.e.apain.dby II. ..101 t l that, flue to the run-
gone tedlty forward and women by the Moalem majority Mr*. Joel JUyrs Jr, d.-" slid "wMh. ftthop .hl ame he.. Imsltedth 1.1555,4 0'tI.* PeruvianMerarthy.

'" the countr,'. last 60 nursing In Fast PakUtan. Much of cry pre.Henl.. reports lh-i, .," a* In '.<..! romtltbm' .< ..akefltos; (rise th* the liuhop work
Sisters are scheduled to _lth- the trouble was caused, he
0nery iWfleer will bv tWo'\ .
11_ ., .IC ". ..I,.. 's1Ir. Mhigy MT. formaM.tM .,le.t>." t<...ther very" ,....., througnRMny
draw from Colombo General Hated Moslems .
by evicted'
HoifHtal this March. One from India mho .d at the meeting aa well l.pr.'1.. ear *...!!.... h* and. ...I. *pi.& *>p,,l tomrnl........* SHOE
>> were taking four member for >'"
BANQUETFACILITIES .M *eiMl...ile*,* Only that" will l.. *fc.e.g.< eft .>n<4l .rv1re, on the C4le -
ther 230 Mmlemi REPAIR
were a* a* revenge on non la
many dtocewn DCCW
he ..... -.Mth will. ..... .Mm. amt| th* Pale,
nursing SUten In Ceylon PakUtan. A dUplay of Uvette !... Then he sd't..l. "w. .. ."It.
are IMiwg to a Meeaim .lea .... Tk* *! I Ie t

H. Mid the Moslems were Catholic CharlU will *I"' htIUctl" a new ..mte>.ry InUrns |vru*..1 ,....,..,,,....... The lAftuefw ,.f IM. rhurvhIn Q..iiir A w.f...*..ki. ,

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1/ The Florida, Catholic, Friday, Starch 6,19&IMoslemruled; 1 r Reds forcemissioners

I Sudan to flee //w//u/

expels all missioners Friendly rOI.MIM.K: Congolese! tribesmen(>O -

battled to protect 13 Catholic
missionaries attacked by com
(c........ tr.. Ptf U student strikes. An estimated munist terrorists! in Kwilu

men, who will have full freedom 80,000 to 100,000 southerners Province on February 21 reports

to carry out their religious e.6 have fled to neighboring reaching here Mid.
countries and formed an armyof ,
rites. The millenaries fled while
3 I 1
liberation. Bayanzl tribesmen fought to
In the three apostolic view Others have left their villager protect them. Their where

dates and two apostolic prefectures to carry on guerilla warfare abouts was not immediately

In southern Sudan against the northern ii known nor whether any were
troops stationed in the South 'j' 1
64 served Injured.
there are parishes ,
who account for at least half
by only a score of Sudanese of the nation's armed forces. The attack at KlkandJI ml*

Priests compared with close '. Ion. 31 in lira north of theprovincial
Recent reba
report sac
Priests. capital of Kill wit
to 70 religious
lance to the government him Father takes in Lenten was the latent In a aerie of
Holy part processionAfter
The Interior Minister also flared Into full scale rebel attacks against Christian ml..

"We have proof and docu. A major outbreak In mid- pictured in Rome during a Lenten The Holy Father is attended by of Vatican ccrcm k3. The terrorists are led by

ments that some foreign January in Wau BUhop Dud procession. The occasion wan a Monsignor Enrico Dante left, and Pierre )rulele, former Congolese

Priests have had In the pant See city and provincial capIU1 Sunday in southwest Rome at the Monaignor Salvatore Capoferrl I I. education minister

and still have close responsibility of ahr-tl-Ghazal. took at -

for the unrest in the least 200 lives.Southerners EnthronementIOM Two Belgian lay teachers

South. They are working for suspected( of were killed. and two Canadian
.. terrorists showprocommunist
) Ontario (NO)
Congo's -
Sacred Heart Brothers and
the disunity of the Sudanese, .4. being In contact with rebelsin a
Bishop G. Emmett Carter
nation by misleading the citl- the countryside or across lay teacher were wounded ear
tens and Inciting them against the borders are being shot will be enthroned a. the Her when the terrorists! struckat
influence eighth Bishop of London at Makunilka. 30 miles south
their northern brothers. u.1k'ltl61lfl1Bishop without trial Hundreds of
villages have been burned by ".30 p.m. ceremony In St. of Klkw It. The remaining Eu.
announced that the Dud Peter's cathedral here March
He also government troops who believed ropeans were evacuated from
government had requested ( their people were supplying .r......... row P... 11 at Mukedi, after the Kileml trucks and cars, valued at 12. James Cardinal McGuigan. the mission.
nations bordering on the Sudan "'"''''''""""' ''''''''" food to the rebel. completely escaped the terror. tragedy more than $l ,OIIO.> The diocese Archbishop of Toronto will\

not to allow the deported In Washington D.C., the Destroyed In the burnings ists' attention." "The nuns sent word to does not have one mile officiate Reports laid the latest at.

Priests to live In frontier United States State Depart. were Catholic churches in He had praise for the Amer Mukedl It miles away. In of paved roads, and small Bishop Carter will succeed tack took place after the miss

areas. meet announced that it had Imclla and Loudo.Millions lean Protestant missionaries spite of the danger, the mla pick.up trucks and autos were Bishop John ('. Cody of slonarles had refused a U N
London ho died December 5. offer of evacuation because a
essential for the
instructed the American slonarlei came Immediately,
la addition to expellingml rescued the Sitters, and radioed to visit outlying posts In theinterior Cooperation will be! the key. previous assault had been
"."lonera, the government embassy in Khartoum to Bishop Durick enthronedas beaten off.
via the network of rote of his administration.
has sl*> cloned all 3.VI Cal h. convey regrets over the to Klkwit for an airplane has said.
to evacuate them from narrow sandy roads. Bishop Carter An undetermined number
olle mUalon ethade l and
government's expulsion or
punned a law In 1912 Vlitnully der. State Department officials coadiutor of Nashville Mukedl. of rebel struck auddenly,

making all mlmlonarjr a .llv. said that the deportation 1 All of the Priests want to West coast 1 women will forcing the 13 Jnntpeana: to

ley lllrgHl. was viewed as unjustified NASIIVILLK: (NC) During the hut three decade return as noon as possible, flee while friendly native

the Church In Tennessee has experienced "the era of Bishop Touimalnt said.'Even fought to protect the micelon
and to
The persecution began Durick stressed here he the nuns who wereat hear Fr. Gloe kler unity rlrs' liven.About .
shortly after the Sudan wuglvn American public opinion. expansion Bishop Joseph A. aa Kllemhe on
want to go( bark
Independence! ( by Great .,,,,,,"" ",n" ," '" """"""""" WB-' enthroned aa Coadjutor elementary schools, five high he added "We "an't, however 175.000 of the o.om
Britain In 1950. Bishop of Nashville. schools and two colleges\! anda end. Sisters back to the ST. PCTKKSIH'KG: .m? the West Coast Deanery persons Using In Kwllu Pro
then the government Arab origin speak Arabic any of Catholic Women meets on March 12 delegates bee are Catholics The rebe:_-,
Since Hoemh Council
Archbishop John A. new home for the aged! di<.c.ve until they have living
under the control ofnorthern and are Moslems( The four Gloekler canonist of the Inspired by Peking and Mo-'
has been F.
of Louisville, metropolitan of have been erected quarters and better working will hoar Father James
million southerners are Negroes have vowed to rid the
Sudanene. The the province which embracesthe conditions," diocesan Liturgical Commisi lion. speak on the deaneryay cow
northerners who number speak African languages T,. llUhopdrUn. the new Gloeklerits province of all white ret:'
Nanhvllle see officiatedat meeting's theme "That all m be one. Father
about eight million are of and are mainly pagan; the March 3 enthronement rnudjulor lll but Include more than xxiooo( )' ," continued the IU-h-

Christians, of whom about rite lllihop William I.. Adrian In"I the. present spirit myself of obedience tod.iy -, .>l 11. "then r lot he* for our the last session Vatican of the Council Sec 1st rat Ion In front of church; C. U. schedules/
600000 are Catholic's. throne In the sanctuary Prle.t. and new vehicle. Hut also at Outrigger Inn M
occupied a pledging loyalty and offering
1 The government, saying It Archbishop Joseph P. my assistance To the we really need everything. attended by the Most cents. This also applies to workshop for CCDWtS11ISGTIIN

seeks" national unity him tried Hurley of the 1 Dlfirene. of Kt.; clergy and Religious Bishop\ "Our nuns need linen Reverend Archbishop those who come Just for
to impose Islam on the South. 'elrll.: Mortimer T SJlch Jr. the luncheon.
........ (,.....tea.. Augustine. WM also presentat Durltk said: "I offer to you household and kitchen items (M'
r>>.,..., Is thi ....11 Southern efforts againstIttlnmlxatlon I Ihrr'lny.. a willing heart, eager toserve Mont left with only the chairman of publicity for the 1045: Business session Outrigger 'Teaching the Mystery ofChrist"
I 'Pp...1.t.' your i...irnnn ... have Included :munsuccexxful Auxiliary Blahop FultonJ \ and not be served deslroun deanery, indicates the extent Inn, 670i) Skyway
.. DNiv.ry'It 4.tut ; clothes! they wore. From nev- will be the theme of
mutiny by southern of the in the releasethat Boulevard South (31th
program (
8h.pl'If New national
the call Of
Huntington BUfl. Miami to accept era) mliwkons. Priests had to the fifth annual workshop/
troops and a number ofGAINESVILLE'S of the Societyfor follows: Street).
the diocese of Nashville In
walk III) mile bet uaa roads sponsored by the National
the Propagation of the the manner of St.; Paul when were lmp.i.Mble. The Went Coast spring 1 p.m. Luncheon, 250. All Center of the Confraternityof

Faith, preached the sermon. the Macedonian twseehed "Somtt were twdten., A few deanery meeting will\ be held reservation must toe in by Christian Doctrine at the
FINEST HOME VALUES him In felon saying: "Come In St. Petersburg on March March: 9. Please vend check
llUhop ".,Irk offered theH nuns hud to wait as much ai Catholic University of America
and help 12. with the Women's Guild (Including a ervatlon for
,lrrnit I'nnllflml M*.. whlrhMIoMed over. eight days In wrecked build- here June 11-22-
us.: members of St. HaphaelChurch. )fir pastor) to Mrs. Stephen
? the enthronement. The cathedral ceremonies logs to be rescued"'The Snell late, M tout A. :Marcinko, l.TViSnell Among those glvlre.\ t-

Paying tribute ta Blahop were televised. by station local pi>r ukitton Is by es.e.. Program for thin Important Isle J1oulurd.nplI\ tures during the \\'orkop: !

Adil.m. uplrltunl heud of the W8MTV In Naahvtlle with no mean totally .uhtl.rvl..nttn meeting of Catholic Isle, St. Petersburg, Checks will be Father Bernard liner

INC. Ui.xc. sere 1ItIJu.hllp! : \ Father Eugene: Ebb-in a* nar the termrtats' demands! churchwomen will be! built are to Iw nude out, to St. Ing CSS.R, of the ActarlemlaAlfon
HUGH EDWARDS lUintk .,.Id that In the but. rator. said the HUrwp. Whole >'ll- around the them, "That all Raphaels CutkL lana in Rome; rather

tI Jt'MT TWO HIXN," fltOMHT. .TO) MMH t more than 30 par- At a dinner In RlrhUnd logos have fled to the north may be one" The agenda for 2 p."., Guest' speaker" Father Francis J. Connell CSSR..
after refining( to mo| have iH-rn founded; .
PATItltK-M r.UtlHIl AMI H< IIIKIhN. i hi'i Country Club after the enthronement James ) Otorkler Ills .
K. lath Ate. A lath Hlreet s"me I I'i mtv-lon < hiin.he* endipeit rite. the .|ietkersIncliHletl flat to KaMl where the danger KM) a,m. Mtaaa. Cantata, St. subject) In .keeping with ties at the Catholic I'nlver :
> hal 30) new Is not ra great. Church 1376 tined and Father Joseph B C"., .*J
< et.ihi| < ; ) Governor Frank Clement RaphMl the theme will be -That All
of Tennannee, ArchbMi- The local villagers .........1 l Into; Father William J. May Re OM' Entertain S g.. director of the CCD National '

i-p Thomas J. TIM."n i>f Mobile the Priests and Slaters escape Welnhelnwr, celetiranU meet KT memtwrs. of St.RaphMl Center

Birmingham and HNhopl and where necessary, protected 9:1'1.: Rolls and coffee In St. 1's Guild.

>uri<'k, who has served asauxtlUrv them |aihaels! church hall ...... Mrs Freriertck Srhmldt.prewMent JACKSONVILLE

Bishop of MobileBlrmlnuhJim ".\ few nf Ih. reheU .had of the Went Coast

airoe IMA m rhlne I....,'" lie saM. "...4 Holy Name plans I.*......,, will prevent others

It nalNreii l..r. thrm la |n near pnrlictsNitlnf In the program:
f Kill 3 at mission a ciliate. fire a aural ne. Iwo Father"' Welnhetmer Father

('tH'.\. KciMiW: |I'n- nn4 every..e left' tor lb.back" Southwest rally A. 1. lHinnls>n. lake 1t'al.e; r

.' Indian .arrd' to :Mrs. Walter Irtea. president. crrnnn.nooM
111 i* s|I"
Hrt\l:>TON- JUn.kt Kellr of M lUHMH's. (iuilri.' Mrs. .
three members of
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iI furnilv. in IK* CnfNirhin tole'.son The principle strategy nf of W Joseph pariah here Joseph *.JI
here and kktnapnl) IlK. the Muh lets .Is 'n end a small and president n< the S>uth lie. prenMent nf the St All-
cadre of w ell mined rebels. west Cast IVanerv of the goalies lHnran. CrairwilMntMtunor .
He girl nl the family Slain
ivI : werelhf1 Alvirado Mewife Into a vUUiie. find adherents. Holy Name !Society has anmmred John J. Mulllns, CJlU: "L ..OUB.

M 9 Aurora and their" five- .mainly. ammvg' the trite of new.. apfiotntmmta.Mr ds*.. of the Vent (....*t. a lltprevent STEAKSPHARMACY

month nM. man No I'.... has MuMe, and le"'m_trUv 4. r I"wker. pre Mrtt nf ( the clergy at thelunrhr.'n eM M _,.. .... ,......

been finind erf their n" )Hf- them. The tao Utica. emnfvtoIng the"" Holy N... :ItnrMrty In bar ILla

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