The Florida Catholic
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079916/00015
 Material Information
Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
notis - ADA7571
lccn - sn 83004577
issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00015
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
Preceded by: Voice (Miami, Fla.)

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Catholic; t I epic of f Nation's foundirf QHP50A i \

large representative gtthirnng f fI

.V\', .Vo. 24 Orlando Florida, .'rMapril 10. 196& 10* o[ Catholic people//
young and old. Negro and, 1

white, from every corner ol:
the Diocese of St Augustine -
Bishops recommend attended the annual ? u1

Low Sunday pilgrimage at i
the Mission of Nombre dl't

DiN in St. Augustine last

English liturgy texts Sunday.It was. one of the brat

attended pilgrimages: in re- ;

rent years, despite lower" ,
WASHINGTON (SC) -The Bishops of the Unittat,1 The ,..>*.lilail.. >n n* the Ing skies and the threat of
met here last week to discuss questions relating iJturi;. rMclH by the Her* rain.
to the use of English in the liturgy of the Church in this ..
country. 4, In Urse .me...,* Icy led the pilgrim In the. annual -
Their conclusions are !being sent to Rome for submis. Irate It to national or rr.10,.. reremonle which honor
lion to the commission to implement the Constitution on .1 I Hi-hup.' ronfrrmre. le determine America' Oklent" MINion and 1

the Liturgy. Until word is received from the Holy See how Murk .f the the sit. where' the Cm** of
confirming the decisions Ma.. an4 the earraw'.wt.whn.ld Christianity wax first
taken here. there will be no planted

official statement on !behalf of the U. S. Bishops,. it was ......... --..-he.-.I. tilt l*..u&. of In our Urxl
announced. t..r.a Father Frank M. Vouch of ''t
Nothing can IN said horse\er Mont holy Redeemer Church
Some 2uo members
of the al!-o provide* for a lorgRIsMOIH
hierarchy took part In the until they art approved. by In Jack...nrtlle, In his ..r- r
daylong clltcu.Mton.i at the Rome ", .hark. page mon oil the orrankin.. railed
Catholic Vnherslty of Amer -- -- the pilgrimage to the p.r.: _
M old ml"'n" the act of "look. -
ica.ArrhhUhop Follow Ing John the F Deardenof meeting Inir Kirk to one of the nest I Procession at 399-year-old Mission of Nombro do Dios I

Detroit, chairman of the pKe of Mir history the early
Bi hopa' communion on the chapter' which should protkU' Archbishop Jonrph I I- lurlt'Y.J our land Monsignor Patrick M: At right U' Father Mortimer l>an.
liturgical aprwtoUte, made the the pn|.r hU for our j srrond from right t. led the pilgrims Nolan V .'. carried the M following\ statement: crowth ai a nation in annual I* w Sunday cerrmonlrawhuh ed Sacrament in the procession atSt. from Cathedral parish carried the
"The ai emt>le ArchhUhopg and Bishops of Mission h* said, for two purpi > and) the site where lh. Cruns of Father 1 Daniel C ll,.gaily, left and

the United States In their Me*. Chrtstisnity was first I planted in Father Keith Z'mura, fOl""lruuntl." {

first general! meeting on the *Klr" ... ". want In par cur
Liturgy Constitution of theSecond ,...p-t.| In lh. '.mnry. of the pilgeiw..|e l. Ike Mt..k>* nfAnmbre t MrtnnlttS. *' It hu little nutem This MU.t.11 and In new ".. lost| .UM Ik. fuMlliUlloi
Vatican Count di* Mifii. who flr.l ttlte. cussed prnponaln on the u<. t I. IM& the caws U> n w neil yelP on del the .fc..lr| .twi (If. fill Ion with lu rr..*. will .,ian"!
oi English: In the Mae,, wrrament In another veer. hIP sari a this .!<. will .he a hu" on*. the find |141st. tat brine UMfhiitt In ".....-, ., all!) IH lk4k err
!< and breviary They 'h n Cairo Meuwtes. the rrnM will tie tin th*> uhiwe loather IhU .he-
tine thai will show to all' who .h i to our .land It I will petllesI. |nr
Spanish ,ler nf th.IIhl. of the MU.'.. Kt AlHue ..
also rllHCUMed: the KnglUh: n mman n at .-
.piss iwnr the sty thai IhU .U l I. a mlnrir itt yew ihaHiKhera 11..1.-
text to be \IKThei.e \. b }. and mm who realsashore II will IMM .h*> s *KMllrrtM
the .HM. of the retUrUnw .1'rpntsiw must foss.nun owrwlhnhe
decUionii will now at $t. AucvMtlne that IIh| the ul. r*>lh..r |tar J s r k Mmvllto'. M"n.ltn.)T
l n' tier nNMNry"twahm .ttMMi is .,., miihrr
be submitted to the cnrnmU. l ItI Septemlier MK, anti Father pet .heM III'| for A'lns'nendei !--' "- I Patrick H. Nolan V > WMrelehranl
lion on the liturgy In Rome I Kranrtw logs I missionary a.) k i .' ...IdAm i I $ < idI'N' l.i the. I H>e at .......11. tI..",. II*
) UK <) t-
for rtnallJ'proul. When this Speaks of Mission cross and fleet chaplain.. for the. Sin I m a. | .r.ff | r.nch, U n h* '+ill'; r..IIII., tt..IIWc..fIWi'I\. '

Is forthcoming, they will h* voyage. wet' men of lhAmerican : 'tis the .kor wf nttug.t ..> lhr'Minh the iruarMU Burin|
put Into effect In the tnite'tStates e a% of life In that Ih. pi's..Iun. Father thin'
Father Frank M t Mouch of Jacksonville P"'K'1J11t" --- ---
ai aoun ai pOlllble. they WLeil to a il, ptaitnxt M I IMorty. al,.n of Ja.fc.Binxllle .
the annual last .
at ceremonies Sunday at the
for the fuiuteTheir ,. was rhwrnn, SIMl } vthrr
Mission of Nombre de Dioai in St. Augustine, reminded foundation was the Keith Nvmnw rat I...evhurl.

Liturgicalbody the pilgrims that in another year a huge tint, permanent .eul m.i>l In sr! *n. Ctafil+tM
craw will rise on the Misaion'a shore showing all the nuNiern U R.. IM* Just t \., the AN'M..htlp were |.f..
to meet.in who pass that 'this la th place of led religious tnpuvor loTithlf. And t>tr Mi"rilmer. |.n.t>*r end
,') bf'&iIu11n of our country.1. = .' It .U .'.n\r\ c'.otJtult Father r kaihtr \'t111.m\ A. Ke ty. _
Y' ( I
I OrlandoST. but a regular It- ,'ulhedrr. ,.,.>kl..srs. Holy Name men meditateon omen rrle.| who wlihed to __ ifc. r.*.pr clef Ik* H*.
At'flt'STINK In carry round jarlih lire *<-..._ rre4 Ml wkll r.td rHvtHa1
view of the provisions of the see and plant tt In the" .i..r. *. Ik. (...*.
the Constitution on the Sacred Passion of Our Lord newly dlxoutrred' soil of .p..krr |led Ik. ro''rjr |>r'ler '
Liturgy of the Second Ar merit.. .,
General Council of the Vatican \KWrr Seventy lght men of the Holy Name .-rom the" he.lnnr'',. Kf 1 Ii ,
Kt: h ,,
i Krnnr 'PIPI
the existing diocesan Societies i of the Southwest Coast Deanery at their rallyIn Aur"aUn. was a .e4llej.. .nl \ Ical| ,Itrkinflvill .

Liturgical Cnmmimiion hasbeen Whitfield 1-states last Sunday, were asked to consider founded MI the roth of th. = I1; a M .' .' > iti hjrHWM ../ IM Miitf|HJ-.
reorganized and expanded. the physical sufferings of Christ during<< His passion. The true r54gtsu'Thaah.gtIst Ii i I' ,..< Jiut *jNM ih. h> m iitf
speaker( was Father Joseph P Moran In whone parish -- : t. Ilal tar '. |Ii.! ''.''II. lliHI. They W.r*
The commission will meetIn Our of _.. .. .. ..
Queen Martyrscri... w.oit, further| drain the lit prMrlUl UllM B BB **BSSMB BJS1JBJ II'' Irlr> illrvrttnfl of JimephM
Orlando on April IS. -the rally was held. UM ,.f ,1.1, ..nergI'atFMr Ik. rr.M ., I '',..etI.!. Mrrttj Social studios toachors > < >.."us>. a Kenny f*,'uiiyIt

Official I Wnran re<.i>unt'.l lIke IN 4ilitig (III. the tic... awl !I. ..r lH..re.. ale ...*,..,
vnrtfMu torture ihrtiusjh furred the ethjiKlerl !UvV>rflr swirl' r..ll.....l raikerM l/r. 'more. I'ow'tnr *... .''n.1 tt.m vtre preablent. of ltilth'1' M.rerVh. "high' .,..... ,f IM ,,'-..
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nnunceil the Mme of officer retitled His attain IU pr. HOI U \iMr:;' kMk r.i. fr she .....1! low weulsybe. |r rrnnreM rrf FVnW, .ta wt>..... lo IN4ifi h,..",. 'Dr l'rtllC'htro.l.) ,| rtiM
and member of the rfkicwmtIJturgtcal ..... Mnrrelight/ JVrJ J by 'men left sttnlte, IfWI of aottral' M.*l.Ht4. .... .1 (rMh4r t perIsh. an.Iai
OmmtMfcm. Officer Ill' dlugaiad In le.dt..I' Titusville begins conventto Frank Misread' Father l/f. .H f IDghrVhJ fnr tll'wnet high schr.4 l teathefa mee<. ...... of the M..sMIHy aArwlemy. /.
are a* Mknw. temw. tee fIs1ltnlnck'lt I .\ m|> Father l1rntard J,, Mel'arklrn, leg in Or!.",,", Ut rrbley "-.11 .
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school ...... ....
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for this. was the nv a and .. .
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Petersburg Daytona BeachOur Jacksonville ..... ... 2 The Florida cathoDe, Friday, April la, 1961

Transfiguration Lady of LourdesThe Catholic Club

A novena In honor of Our Woman's Club extend. The Jacksonville Catholle i-I

Lady of the Rosary will be ed thanks to the many workers club will sponsor a Pre-Cana Benedictines mournFather

conducted at Transfiguration who made the Lourdes Conference on Sunday, April '

Church In St. Petersburgfrom Festival such' a success. Mr. 12. ThLi.U far all single, Catholic ] ; John Schlicht

Sunday evening April and Mrs Bert Mlnnls, Joseph out of idgh'school, The

12 to Monday, April 20. The Huffman and Miss. Mary Mo program wUI fceglnf; at 1 pm.at' .
M'"School ST.'LEO-Father John Schlicht O.S.B., 89, who died
AnumPi !
novena will be given by Father Govern received special gratt.. Auditorium
John T. Carrigan, OP. tude for the, .extra work that Atlantic Boulevard, at St. Leo Abbey here at 8:30: p.m. on April 6 will be

During this past summer they put Into the program. and Benediction of the Most buried in the abbey cemetery Friday. April 10. Abbot

when Father Carrigan celebrated Joseph Huffman and Dave Blessed: \ Sacrament will follow Marion Bowman O.S.B. will offer the Requiem Mass for

his twenty.fifth anniversary Fream presented a slide preview at 4 pm. the funeral at 10:30: a.m. in the abbey church. German-

!In the Priesthood, he of the General Electric Topics of discussion and t e } born Father John ha been a missionary in Florida and

visited! the great Rosary exhibition at the New York speakers are as follows: Cuba for 66 years, and a Priest of St. Leo's since June

Shrine of Mary at Lourdea, World' Fair. Church view polnU Monslg- OV.. .J.PUJ..
Fatlma Beauralng and Ban. On April l 16, a day of recollection nor Harold Jordan, Father t tr4 Rosary was scheduled to be \Thtn he departed front
will be held Tuba In 1917, many people aecotupanied
neux. at Our Walter Bueche C.S.SR., Fa recited In the abbey churchat

During the Novena to Our Lady of Lourdes church. w ther James Heslln and Father .. a I a pm., Thursday, April 9 CYI tobaL him to the tteamer

Lady cf the Rosary, Father Lopez High School ;Michael Kelly; Doctor' Father John was born InGeroIJahau.'en
will talk about the message talk-Dr. W. J. Ph lan; Mar Bavaria, November The people loved "Padre
that Mary gave her children Garrett Jackson, a senior at rlage and "aml1y-MrI, Mary 2:1: 18jl.: He made his Juan." It is reported that with
Father Lopes High School In
at these sacred place The Ziegler wins Doris. MaloneyDan first vows at St. Leo on December tears streaming down their
Daytona Beach, has won a
Rosary Shrines of Lourdes Naughton and:! Mr. and 8, 1998, and was ordained cheeks: they shouted hun
and Fatima are well known ISWO scholarship to Carnegie Mr. Richard Brodeur. a Priest of the abbeyIn dreds of "}lasta luego Duos
Institute of Technology Pennsylvania
but few In this country have A buffet dinner and dance 1901. te bendigna y guarde," (Till
a* as a SWOO
heard about the Rosary will follow l l Benediction As a cleric Father John began we meet again may Cod
scholarship to Massachusetts ;
Shrine at Beauraint and Institute of Technology Car There will be no charge.: __ his teaching career In bless and protect you), ai
Banneux In Belgium, where rett Is also a National Merit ------- -- 1899 at St Leo Military Academy long as the vessel remained

Mary appeared to six childrena Finalist Christ the King In sight
little over thirty ;yean ago. At Titusville's day of recollectionOfficers Father John also had been
Last summer Garret received following were Paring the 42 succeeding

St. JosephA a National Science elected to serve the Guild of of St. Teresa CatholicWoman' in St. Petersburg, who gave the special year of father Job.'* ex.: In charge St.: Rita of, Dade mission City churchesat ; St Joseph
dessert card foundation grant In mathematics Christ the King church: perienre a* teacher be
party, sponsored Club in Titusville were iponBora service at the church. Zephyrhlll; and St Anthony
by the St. Joseph guild, to Steven's Instituteof Mrs Daniel 1 Japour, president of the recent day of recollection. From left are: Mn. Janjes D. director for San Antonio Florida.Canada's .
will be held In the parish hall Technology, New Jersey ; Mr, Frank J Redmond: even jesr*, trustee for 20
Ifn. Charles
They are pictured with Father John Brown, president; Welly,
He was offered an opportunity Jr. first Mrs.Holllce ( .
at 2025 Lakevlew Avenue vice-president; years, prefect of studies, prefect
B. O'Hare left and Father Brendan spiritual committee chairman and Mr.
to remain at Steven's and ,
second vice- of stamp
South, at 1 p.m. on Wednesday Crisp, discipline, and abbey
April 15 Refreshments start college work 1 last Sep president I ; Mrs Henry Lawlor, right, president of Biahop John DAlbert treuurer. prior. OTTAWA (.NC) The

will be served. Donation Is $1. tember, but Garrett's goal was Kchaile, secretary; Mr. James Barry Central Catholic High School Canadian post office department
MIT he -- During the 10 years that
so preferred to return MUldleton, treasurer
a new stamp
St. Mary to complete his senior It wa announced that the Deland InvernessOur Orlando the Florida Ilenedictlne were bearing I the Inscription
de Portia in charge of the spiritual
The St. Martin and to attain his goal
Installation banquet will t..* Lady of Fatima 8 t. James "Pacem In TerrU" on April 8.
Guild of St. Petersburg will which he did In receiving the st. I'eUrNew needs of the people of the
hold a card party In aid of four-year scholarship to !\MIT. an event of Thursday April officers elected In St. The mass schedule of Our Plans have been completedfor tale of Pines, Cuba, Father The stamp shows a globe of
:30! In the Townhouse lie*- white and blue surroundedby
the Immaculate Conception His brother John Father/ Therese' Circle of St. Peter's Lady of Fatlma church has the annual parish picnicfor John was one of the Priests
parish on Friday. April 17 In Lopez alumnus, Is presently taurant. on Phillip Highway. It.ollary.\ltar Society are Mrs been changed to 7.30: and 11:15: the people of St. Jame In charge of the missions a gold banner bearing the
Mr John Morgan la incharge
St. Mary Hall at 1 pm. attending Georgetown: University of Eugene Snyder, circle chairman m. Masse on Sunday. on Sunday, April 12 at Camp there. He built a school at Latin Inscription in darker
In Washington I>.c. : arrangements ; Mr. Norman Wedeklnd San Pedro from 12 noon to Xueva Cerona, a church at gold. Canada has never be-
CDA Mrs. Japour and Mrs. Red. vUe- halrman and treasurer Sarasota 6 pm. A very Interesting MCKinley, and enlarged the fore Issued stamps with a religious

Court Sancta Marla 032 mend will attend the Kt and Mr. Michael Baldauff, Mooney High School program baa been arranged private chapel 1 Into a churchat theme. There was no
will have a reception for new Augustine I eanery (DCC. secretary. The new officers Father Joseph P. Moran, which should provide an Santa Fc. Father John In- Indication In the post office

members on April 19 at 2 p.m, W ) spring meeting Tuesday will be installed on April :30.! president of Cardinal! Mooney afternoon of fun and entertainment duceO the Benedictine nuns announcement whether the

at the CDA hall, 203 6th Avenue April Tlh, In the city, as dele- Final plan have been made High School, reported thl for everyone and an from Allegheny under the stamp was in tribute to Pope

South. gates from the Guild They for the spring melody dance week that a senior, Miss Ann opportunity to meet fellow )leadership of Mother Ledwl-! John XXIII and his encyclical

Plans have been completed will al-o atlcn the Diocesan which will be held It Kumpe won a Freedom Catholic p.rbhonera.Ampl. na, 0.SR.. to build a convent "Pacem In TerrU.
on April
for the dessert card party to Council of Catholic Women 21, beginning at 9 p.m. at Foundation award for an essay parking is availableat and academy.
be sponsored by Court Bancta annual convention In Sara. she wrote. San Pedro. Transportation
Showboat Lounge Restaurant -
Marla 9M member It will be N.; rota on May 10th, llth and Ann Is the 17-year-old from St. James St. PetersburgHoly
1700 South\ Boulevard
held on April 25 at 1.30:: pm. 1 J':'tit. Reservations, must be made daughter of Col. and Mr. Church to the picnic ground

at the CDA hall. Mrs. Annette The Guild! members will with hire Virginia Nelson George Kumpke of Sarasota. and return will be providedfree

Suttell will serve as chairman ntteml the 8.:30 Mas In Christ reservation chairman or Her entry, "My American for those who are without Name Church

assisted by Mrs. Eugene The King Church Saturday with any member of St. Ther.file' Heirs,* won the prize In the other mean of transpor

Bocan and Miss Carol Roran April 4, and receive" Holy ('Ire I.. Tickets are $.S essay division-SlOO and an tation. The bu will depart JACKSON'SSHOES
( ommunlon In honor medal. It wa the came
a body. couple or S2.W from the easUld of the
tier per per
Piayer for and effort which won for her first
Tallahassee peace religious son. This price Include tipping church Immediately after the
vocation will he offend place In the senior high school 11 o'clock Mas*.
and light refreshment.
IHeased Sacrament during this Mass. division In the first annualessay DON BARDELLA
Frank Butterworth'i orches.Ira
The Women'a Guild of the ScholarlyGarrett Father W. Thorn larkin, will play for dancing. contest In 1RA3, sponsored Winter Park Manager

Blessed Sacrament Church spiritual adviser to the Guild.congratulate Dress Is ..emUormaLnellervalloftl by Sarasota Bay Pot St. Margaret Mary 641 Central, Are, 8AMJ55
will meet Tuesday April 14, the officers American Legion. Ann hope
senior new
at 8.00 p.m. In the Parish HaiL Jackson for the Inatallatlon to enter Catholic Universityof For those not going to
and thanked the Guild
Doctor Catherine 8. Fontaine at Father Lopes High l I dinner for the new officer America In Washington, Europe this summer St. Margaret .
member for their
will be the guest speaker. Dr. School in Daytona Beach In the spiritual 'works cooperation of and all member of the I). C. to study political act- Mary' U bringing a bit
Fontaine will dlacusa the recent U a national merit finalist the parish. Father 1rkln Rnury-Alur AorUty must hem.d. cries tier ctster, MU Mary of the old world here by way O'SftffeNPAINTS
research reports on cigarette and hat won scholarship showed slide with explanatory with Mr. !4 nn." Kumpe, war graduated from of a dance to be held Satur w

smoking. to Carnegie' Institute and remark on The Sacrament Werieklnd, telephone number Catholic University and I. day April 11.The continental: "
Massachusetts Institute of of 7318270, by Monday, April IX employed by the Stale Department cabaret will feature a gourmet BLUE RIBBON
Baptism The dinner will be held ..tnymal' Wallpaper Tiles for Floor
Technology He plan to at. In Washington! cold buffet and music by
St. PetersburgThe Restaurant at 7 pm. the Blue Note FINANCING t walls Driveway Sealer
tend M.I.T. Hurrec-IIon Plate will be $2 per person.St. The dance I I. from 9 till 1 wfl! help you buy or build For Painting & Wallpaper
"n" ,n" un",\\" U\,\\" Thirties Circle will he lowed Problem See "ROY"
Mr. William AI, Good.! Jr. and dress. U semi formal For your new home at
Deadlines was elected president of the the hostess group for this tickets, pie. call Mr*. co t. Put him;" to work for you. ST. PETE PAINT POT

Flower Dell 111... ftmttft ..+m mmrM _... Woman's Club recently" and event Robert Chandler MI 7402. First Federal SavingsAnd "Cuito'.' Color Serv u"Cor"
.... ...... >Tk. ,,..w. t.Ib.NI. other officer elected 'were: .Ira. Daniel Lascelle, chairman Mr.. John McCormick Lean AwocUtion Centr. & 2 tat St.
Florist & GiftsIMlCentral.St.Petenbwrfl ." .>(!*. M ..,.. tmm. M....'. )ofr.. Raymond F. llanley, of the rummage sale tot Ml 407M or Mr Darlo Icar "
N.. ..-... ...... ..... ,.. Of St. Patenbur TELEPHONE I94-5UI
) ..llltr. mf r....r !.. ........,... first l vice president; Mr. held on May 7, 8 and' at dl MI 47331. If* Just $3.00 per
M ,.. HII..Uc S-rfcUv. IMM Everett: J, Griffin, second 100 Fast New York Avenue, person and will be held at
"*' 11162-4722., 142-7141
",un,,\\" U""" "" ,un, vice president; Mrs Henry A. urged everyone" to save rum. the Knight of Columbus
Iloeirlg. secretary; and Mri. rule. This will be a Rosary- Hall. on Highway 90. Cameo Dining Room
Hubert L. Harris, treasurer
Altar Society projectMr
Th... officer 'will be Installed *. Thomas Moulton. Plant CitySt. .. ... .......

\ at a dinner at Jacksonville chairman of the nominating 'L r'Essay Clement O EDWARD JAMES HOTEL
\ University on April committee, presented the following Father David B. Cronln.
so 27. Mr, Julian Warren will of St Clement l>........ ...,*** *..(..< (k... ..4rpl.b.s
pica w ace swots plate of officer for the winsAnn pastor parish,
1 e.u ",...',.. .... .. .".....
1 .nt"oe, fOe Moats.c u..... tie Installing officer and principal circle which were unanimously will receive recognition from .......... e..-a .wl. ....... 1_'"
,S ,.e..... m_.Mt ...**..
ewMMt7i speaker.Mrs | elected: circle chairman: R. Kumpke 17 Car the National Council of the Its aaMlr' n.

ImtiftfM 'In SI. rVfmJiffg tinrs* 19211FwUlii Michael J, Henry outgoing Mr I Frank llaye: vtre-chalr< dinal Mooney High School Roy Scouts of America for 11730 Gulf RIrd.Trea.ure l.Uu4TWe asi sSel

president will attend man. Mr. lUchanl IUio.: *eoretrytreaurer. In having completed 10 years asa .
senior Sarasota has wona '
Inc. the Spring lnery Meeting Mr. Lasret- Freedoms Foundation Diocesan scout chaplain
on April 7 a* the official dele !la The new officer will be Father Cronin will be honored

Itii nan An. r o. PHONes Iaa.Ina, 14Jdalf gate to tw held at the Jflomllte IneUlM' by the president" of award-$100 and an honor at the convention to
Coliseum. St. J,"....'. llaMry,., Socteiy medal for her essay on meet from April 13-U In San

Mrs.I Rkhanl' E. Norman Jr., on April 's at the homevf Americanism. Lake City, UUh.

chairman and Mrs. Jh J. Mr. Leiiiwl Vandivtr, 211 .. A $ IIIllll,

For Clubs Kratwby, nxhalmun' announced North Temple Avenue.Cathedral Coming events .f
final pUn for the OrL 1,1T.s

For Holy Name tact party and benefit showto cracks ibis ...>... .... *...... *.-*, __! ..* ..... e. a 1roo
.1 a.- .... ..... INN.4. ....- .5..l.. -.... .. 51, ratee.s1'te asses
be held April IS at S 1ft. .
Breakfast tin P M _. .. T. tail a.. a Y.Ii 1..a
at the frxMlwtile Wumani(9tab. 'U\ll'O l'In'111.. ....."1 T... a....., 1..1 N rase. stanca Tarsr
Itesthes ot Our I I..I IT of CDA Ute meeting April 10 Women Guild of Moet Holy -- -- -

For Church Committee chairman Ar Oseed51up. ill In no danger of to 12 George Washington lb Redeemer parish, 'poRI r.
V Vwn, tel.. Jacksonville.
Gatherings say,
Mr ..tftK.. Parish card
this event' are l even though I.nt.. cracks party AJ'ri114. are piece *We you CM save
Cat }ltaellUaae. Mr. AnderwmMr Pvwert nerd party April II. Bishop Kenny Hlfh School Aad .the,
. bore *H.e erwi In the _*|U In plac., whet, y.t aentu
......... *. Dunley KoaMr 1 to 4 pm. 5L Jude f'.toro"m. Cafeteria Jacksonville Women's
,"- "...........
sk.rw.kt *. John W. Mattbun St Petersburg 8U Ann Ow""" SpOlUK: ,
DONUT The r.h>mM. ef the Mettcn .
$ter Jr. Mr*. Ni"m n IXWumL Circle, Jfta"Ir. Recotlertlen
shrine h**. been Day Our Lady Ka
Mrs CUra tUrtun, prs Bert card party April ef Lpurfte k
church. 1000
Daytena 7veoM1
e* Just deep U .l.yti.n. Mr*. H.4..rt II lle>kett., Mot, aLteelatheeed with I Heel 11. U to 4 pm, AncitaragtOub teat! April 1C n It dM
,...deN A.., )41-7041 J4tK St, I1MJ41uS3 llenrv Hifhrtg Mr*. 'lilcturUIWtM.v frem*.ork and workmen >> of Milieu Mooring w, An.N
Mr. |ft.,lwrt Harris )have eieeveted ur-vr the t'prtJI dance, April 17. St

and Mr*. Chart' r '*,... JrBOWEN'S rentrel.. 1 hays to tn.prt thetota4rv.rtbs. St Weman's retmburg.Club PleMed spuaaoc.CenUreMat TrtaMy Mary VarUlen, Utnland. St But this is the placer

--- -- -.-. An enmwrtngbe Mary' Migdaten\ parish sponsor
re..w .tr. where handle it alit
report MIN r"n, Mat' Cabaret. April you

10fl'V0M enjoy( lAii Ia.Ite1L IL K etC 1UU. Highway So. Card party April 17. St SAVE BORROW
IIIII! Ordtr tl'taslre. St Margaret Mary Mary halt St Pvtentourg. 1f SAFE DEPOSIT

amily- pan.- spaa. St Martin" de Peer .K.7.d t* y...*> C.sve .,eac/..

1 Todayl HnNZEN f De**re. Ae. U. Cape GwK ..prase.LhSes. ,

Cotaay la MHN rte. ge **... April 30 Uetr >
RestaurantS @JJi\ E pa* ** I a *. w...*ft Chs x 3a, Father *chn r.rMM

Our lady *< Uxrfrs part. **!. *-'*.*). MMker C'.vrf:

D ff.osl apecish. er.ry 4., SERVICE .g. ...... .aw rSpring KINGFISDRESTAURANT

S foee1 .t( sfte ett pn<*. S..w4. Ol Pn1 ch ,... ruBir 5 pa% t Mi. .10 *". M. Lgaetbta". fMtte dartre.. Apt,

l Ur e..* 24 ..**-. 862-2450 sib M 5. :tea!.. f tMrvM .. .. l-tiurrh' ......si .ta<.. Aped 14, ShoaKxt! Supper tIrrl.ld < ''uilrrh >.
NN 4.Pe.. .1.... U *. I* 9 pa SI 'Tn..
Wl OH MOMOI CIIKT ttaH CAIM...> .a....Iw IM.111 a ,yee. O nl pertaJ .....l* *. fX IMer" p rush, stirs

hew.. Aretl la, t fC'JIM\&. *- *- SEAFOOD
-- -- ***V \\*..ea1i eC >*tkfetervdurg. aa.Fo'suet ..... p.rv ApellJL AT ITS BEST

flI theLIGHTHOUSE CALL-.*, *. ..eel FREE! 24-HOUR emv0... Se.tvrvelen W.esells IJO pa. C"DH :!. XIu Golden Fried or Boded
e*., ., "1... CFW. sroet5c+t, A**.*M SOWN st ,....... Succulent
Ambulance Service t'\nHt1 u. J Ji'IlV..Aed IL b.argg. 0MIrt aakta Matte SM.lase. Scallops

RESTAURANT ? mlllunatt. aerrv..4trt -: a ... $5. Pee.9a 'It....s IAlillN ....--r. luiciout; Lobsters

6 v'--vurti iHyfM Kqvt,, IW" a.. w_. pack1aR. MILake.t. .) ,.. a1. .
u m m AsirwWre M CKf a 1t4.r .. AvI...l S mI, 1M. p.,.. m... 1re4aa4ay, )w1'lt rttemR: SK.IrrioD r1ATTQt _
to Ise I.U:
TyraM BM. Pests W. N.. 342.8821 ... m __ ICH ,a. .,_ ZH Mrvtag
If. st ,. anb.p C. E. PREY A TT k...V" 44 party asd ben.rs ->* p... CHICKEN AND STEAKSAT

fMn4. art) SM S*. N... I.,-4t stew. Ayetl tfy H,. rack rltl w 14.r.wa ewt..Mfee, FAMOUS
(tinur Cisk, 'Id......... May 11 to M, *ar **A JOHNS PASS



Th Florida Catholic "ridapril 10, 1961 -- Thanks reporters


Church most concernedwith Pope Paul VI. receiving

Catholic and Protestant mem-

hen of a Radio Luxembourg

youth Pope says pilgrimage to the Holy Land

on April 2. seized the occasion

VATICAN CITY (XC-The) Christian formation of dren mho ulll be men tomor) to thank reporters and.
coming generations i i. "in the forefront of the Church's leihnlcuns for their coverage
I 1'0he said.
of his own pilgrimage.The .
concerns, Pope Paul VI hu told leaders of the World

Union of Catholic Teacher. .. _. .. The Pope told the delefra Y 1 Pop Mid: "You can An
i amour ir i'nrn mat thl Ir- lion not 10 ..lkJ'our".I\'" 1 ,
r much a* you know not onlyto
The Pope' told a group of replaceable UNk ball betru > e.. to be depressed! by the growtag w tpreml knowledge ol the-_,,
union members receded ui 'trd. magnitude of the work- but also
I'\I'nb. of the Church
audience on April 2 that "we which may at times seem out
hate been following the work "Thl. "howl jou with chat i"f proportion to your fon-e.* for heir presentation In a
a ,heart anguUtetl 1 and light that pt'rmltll'f'ryhOlfv
you are can-ring out In so at the and your jij .thiOtles-. Draw .
to realize their .real aignifiratwe
same time full of
hope that
many countries for Inner
the sacred jour Joy from t)* certainty "
eau!' of Catholic teaching, the Church hands you thistrwure. of..fuUUIhiir a taskwhich "

which is so beloved by the souls of there chll- is Mewled br Cod. fur Teachers gather at social hallSt.

I Church We know your ef which the Chun-to In gratefulto JACKSONVILLEDOWNTOWN
forts as teachers to be In no Mass guide yOu. and for which all Charles social hall was I he 'II( curriculum studies! After ors talk on spocialireil 1'l<'lorIMl

:, way Inferior to the most those win t.* grateful toirmr scene of the general meeting of t ih,' !general<< meeting;, the teacher of high m-hiH l studies.

scholarly and competent' of Sl"\D.\Y. April 12 row on which today you "no teachers who came from around :oj' d i into classrooms at Bishop

teachers* nd Sunday after Easter generously I .tarUh your fore* the diocese to hear lecture on high M...K'r* to hear wmemtty prof en-
our talents" -- .-

yea 8et Impart this' II.teaching U the light which of ('reef l. Preface of toiler: i -Painting. tor- tair-- ....._".. .."".".."".."".... TLL2'LTi002

Him I who It the ole teacher :MONDAY. AprU 13 Deadline

I heist St. HermenegiW. Murtsr. Authority outlines current views l'"MMt.: i".|ale 1\-K.nrtiu :
(MJM. of fesst Glut la. Preface "... ....... l,5- ... ......
"And Faith r rtltiml PU r tVntelof .h..la ...., .1N.U.. 1.14
your Inspires of Banter.) Talydo. primal of Smln| N4.. .,,_ .. 1.1.. .... "...... .
and sustains your souls In the social studies teachers 5..s .,...... ....,. ..... ... .a11.ASOAL .otL'
exercise of your magnificent TUESDAY. April H conveyOKIAMKVSocUl twt" 11\.-n his |l"ren'.I' l and St. Justin. Martyr,, (Ma of rriiui\Hl c>f Kl: (iit* '''. nuMtirlrl .. ... '.'Ie.'.. 5.lda I ..... ._ at ...... ."., liaise
often very difficult ta.k.
You know how to unite faith feast Gloria. 2nd Prayer of >r, lnl twlnllni from, M t -..\..... "..."".111111\\, /1. 55111.
St. TiburtluA and comjxn studies teachers in diocesan High lent,""I .,,, \dtllleIlonle.tu TlHimit i'hun'h her to the

and reason how to crown the Ions, Preface of Easter) Schools met last Friday in Orlando with Dr. Samuel 1 'I,ci'Us" .11"11..11. Spanish l'Mvllli>n .t the new
edifice of natural knowledge Proctor the. rile ,' ..nil. InatltMtltHM '
professor of history at the of Floridain York WurHs .Ir.
through the 'n:[) .:SDA Y. April 15: University
opening up of and hutoi .1 I I ir.Mirt>, he said,
the sublime horizons of the (Mans of previous Sundae, Gainesville. ran nrvrr t. Mvn UII|.M C MVtrails The r ntM il*|>ktlnfc. The.

supernatural universe." Gloria. Preface of Easter: I He 'tre ",ed what he think! too rather MrilnlH' area i M ,' >i itiittiral 1"'PII.t.Mutl..1 HurUI of th* Count of ()rj| >

The Pope told his listeners THURSDAY. April 18 I. Ike fteM air minomlr and *" ",,,,'ul...l In I5M anti ti.."
that the "Christian\ formation (Mans of previous Sunday, a course in n".'Ul studies .....lo''IJ.! ) kluillr ",.!.es, old' I Iwo reiiheil from the

of the rifting generations In Gloria Preface of Banter: t should Include, puvsiMe, / approaches He said: INTitHlix. .h....kl. also! Inrl hunch ,.ilr. one> fi.i .ar,t<

this world of complete change FRIDAY April 17 to reach the RiwUand ( . 'OIII..tnl'tI"ir' economic Institution
is In the forefront of theChurch's (Mats of previous Sunday, the kind of a court educators > larjr In .ui h a N.jr Ihul theIMilml Three iM-it.*. situ
should I tie .
emiiKahlied -
., .
lr r I1. Isvr.r'silk
concerns. Gloria 2nd Prayer of M should develop In this
.tittlr \\e
to \ti. kliouMmfjudlnt
.. ..
Animus mi | .1..11. i>t (thebig
ale to tats> the hand of the Preface of Easter field. High School leather, them with t\alcepti. lilm. ., a per.pcttle| | wf HELP WANTED : MCKoNvart?

or, feast of St. Ankeiun, he said hate to roruMer not for the ektenftite role whisk lime .ml .. ,......... .. .... ...", ... """ 1.
:MM of 'i'i"| ....... .. .. .
Supreme Pontiff In .. with _' .. .. f' '.
only the student whose money plays s "Iflf;
high ... .
ST.PETERSBURGRENT Gloria, Preface of Easter) thool the factors aMictatd. with II. r.|ni-,,..t l ih. hole that ._ I.r.IM11a I i.sI qu.rU,1 r.1.tints.
<< education
will) conelude .
SATURDAY April IS production soil lahu; with the ktiMlrnto wouM tie r*nlitif .. sits.M .
(\UM of BIe H*
Saturday Gloria, Prefaie aim those students headed .undtti|[ of our tree etvlerprloe lh* ri-.It.(..,..*".. of hliturv'
RENT A CAR of HI",,Md Virgin) fur more work In college. .,IIflft.
lift iKieriMllonal)
) niiiif' re lOUIS W. PETERSON
St' 'DAY. April lq %" .'''1.1 ....u.. .h..nl :
(EASE 3rd Sunday after Faster' /Ilk Id... rather Ihau jest ....... ought to l t. built' Miujir. eta.I'- "t', .. ,.'lgesial .111( a... ..., L.-. BaMk

TOUR CAR FROMGLOBEj ( Mass of Sunday Gloria rwM f arts, I U IN- lnw.l,...'. I 11 on the culture ctmcvtH was 1.1'1 "I',,'l 1.", I i. k"he.Il .. ....'.\1.- 1 ...... l.. ....

Crews Preface of Easter > ..|'l.|.... Mr said k* Ihlnk Indhldual nuke ,..Will o. tl .' ,. ,a c....a.ai'tt.I /.In.u. a.s.,1./.. r
II.e ia.M 1.
In the" a .1 i ih "I') '
ta |urt 41:1! ;

12.11 3 TEAR

(EASES Academic freedom's studied
use AsrERLING:
Ph... DON hU IIAUD 1/3.3/73 zI1S NATIONAL
itt ace. tmu tours : to the eur assttese rr..rrirrnn. 5.sua.
DEDICATION fount tht'll\M'h.. among, ih,* ...... s-.NK 1 y.. ... 1.-.- .......-...
of acadetnlc most resolute .If".I.t "' .... -... sW ......... 1.-sa ... .... Nil. tit. HANK Of J ACK BON V I LI C
freedom has put many 1511 ........ .,... a. 511./.1115
AUTOMATIC 1 frmhHn were not tin h__. .. "......
unUrrslty administrations In notably a<.th* In '.h.lf ofPrt e. w ra.rrrtur. ..- .-. -M.c- -.M a... MMMMK.. IHIIIIH .II M-IHMM- -
"Keep.Rlled"DELIVERY emharraiwlng If not ------- ---- ---- ---
absurd -
>frMi>r Oliver Hut at tlUnUprnltjr \.
3...h. t'.
positions l of .lInntla they
Academia fr*. rk..... .
st. r... ...., II'' Leftist" piwlUurls d... "Our 17th .4.... -
Edouard turl..r a committee of the
O.arwat.e44. m C. Craig
.t.t. legislature What relied
Cntr.c)or and Distributor; Yoar"w f wItse
the ruirklM of the committeewaa
Fad oa t for an ankle. In the student I9AA /

Viion; M....I. Ccrsrm'cand hliprallyth' C"fJn.t""L uphultr ii..iiji4r'"r by rrnfenur )1 f lul< er lolkABM

OLDEST ai LARGESTIN Motaic T9.l right of a memlirr of th* lord Q S4M..y. '.ho apparent.h' i '" v r s %

PINELLAS tlM4f i St. So. 147-4101 faculty U advurai almost' I w. adranltag NMtJI" 1)

anything short of overthruof '.{.1".n.. .... all : \
M M. .j .Ie Persia r\
th. \ernmut l> freeThe ,
the entice ..tujjtilnn. "
spectrum: .1.01.- ."..... ('" lows ?

'. 'ilr- LIVE I SAFELY .W...t Uiltii. 1..1. tram rirva right I .... .._ M... /e awlk; ...... ,"....,., tifj .
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$ DRIVE SAFELY ..........., aid _or.a.. Th tfurt*** ..f tr* unit"Itjr N/kI H>. pN.***.c. *f ,6.e.,5d. ft. M..ly M5.I Nhr.etA .' 'I'
have (ut moved a..4n.i M MI Mv. I q// .d al l. *l ,
C mJf rSs! directory before yore rwit tantU ol A pn.(*'ur whit..UIIh' the .r.4 ..w and M >*< the .... 11e..4 s."._... ". ,... ......"1. ti.. ..", l

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.uu lit MX IIP .aloectad In euunlver > II.u.B tuViews I.el..ly. Tee"cam .1 ......pl..."y .-.4 ....... deq 41..1. / tII ,.}, gnus -
.- .tty but an arfiwest. ut ...... H. passsed ..eh Iraq .1..plet. el A lit 4J

Transfiguration free Im. MAIM. I I.* prtf t4 c......, .k ... .....1.4, .. .Is .-"< i esd. II Mi ...J ittkt and/ f'rrfi

For Advertising in In m..IIY' nour .>...... of vary vtttl; .... ,,,..-.:.., .....pIe. .f 14.. ''..t ..:... @ L :"':. J

higher w.r...,_ .....e bre1 .1 5/ G-.I C.s.p, ...... to la. .,. p// Il.J", 5 + +
St. Petersburg STANOAMD" Ttwf. are l...* vu.. .* ...*.. Fr Ieyt .-.4 q:r6e b. I ). 'It,
'Oil ......rMr frenlMSM. true held
l.f the AsNrlcMi" AMM4a4tuttuf -
SERVICE pn fi. iif .t i. eipnund* J'
wwM ..._ 11. ww1.M Ut"t. FUMING
RlfLIRYl .
Mfi. Beverly Murphy 4t*- St. I II* Ar,. r4*. th* phikMipltv of the eiU* *>* ..... fur taw eat*....tun ..<

ST. PtTERSIURG right UAulKr flMftt fewer ..1.fewut..rlg '..... hit a lt.t .... .h..rdfur
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Holy Name St. John's tl.l.e. .nrulttag a'd ......... rt.Ila.Mar. haw a eiO i a' --. ,.. all .ter Ile/late L.acels$55 .

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Everybody ashInquisition God world

Catholic CommentThe era checkedking's Let your better self shine forth

selves a* quite normal Indl
world's need rpO rive rein to our natural
greatest abuse of power 1 attractiveness of ptr \lduals do exhibit a tract of
this tendency. It 1 is not that

POPE PAUL VI has designated this child will want to spend his life pursuing can you defend the aonallty; we have only to btouraelf we feel a compulsion to re
HOW -ourself In the best Father
as Vocation Day throughout things that appeal only to the ? sense of the word. The world pulse friendship and to make

the world. Millions of Catholic lAo J. ourselves obnoxious to
senses. I once heard a Catholic lee- thrives on variety and so
families will receive Holy Communion No greater blessing can come to a turer answer this actual question + 1 too doe friendship It wouldbe Tre* others. It Is rather the that wt do
cultivate full
together on this day imploring God to family than to have a child enter the with the word "I would Fraak J. a dreadfully dull world Ifall not for likableness our

shower down upon this world the grace religious life. In no other vocation can not dream of defending the I the people In It possessed potential charm. for

necessary for an increase in the ranksof one accomplish so much in our short Inquisition." One underaunda 8bee4The exactly; the acme kinds of personality personal

the Priests, Sisters and Brothers. It life span Although Christ has promised the feeling which produced tralta.Wt Much too often It I* ear

would also be well for parents to think I a special reward to those who the answer, but Itwon't need the lively bubbling .worse self which wt show to
do to leave It there. We person who enliven other The sad part I* that
seriously whether they have a potential leave the world to follow Him, nevertheless appearing grumpy because It
cannot throw our ancestor In any gathering Wt need the quite probably our "worn
vocation in their own homes. Perhaps the satisfaction in this life is Is too much work to carry on
the Faith overboard quite warmhearted, outgoing person self I II not our real self at all
with a little encouragement their beyond measure. a conversation complaining
like that We must find out Inquisitors took the who gives a lift to our
child the of Christ. A Priest Slater will touch the about troubles but for our
may join army or why our fellow Catholics of Initiative. They would come spirit. We need the active our own One reawn oce

Most vocations begin In the home. The lives of hundreds of thousands in two that distant day did what to a town' and call upon the go-go person "who moves us tort brushing aside the troubles of atonal offensiveness may be

child cannot see God except in his parents generations. The student of today is they did.Wh.t citizens to denounce heretic thing done. W* need the others; criticizing others or that wt nun a susplclo\ :

his father and his mother. In his the leader of tomorrow. The child at known to them. Later we find quiet Introspective person correcting them untactfullr: ; (greatly mistaken) that ware >-

father he must see the fatherhood of the baptismal font is signed forever did they do? Pope urging, the state on to whose companionship la so disregarding' the convenienceof not particularly hkabi;,'

God; in his mother he must see the with the indelible mark of a followerof \\' shall treat the Medieval greater rigor under threat of restful and relaxing Wt need others by our tardiness or We secretly: ; envy other wn

love of God. Christ The sorrows of life become Inquisition her, the Spanish excommunication.And the sober deliberate person carelessness. teem to make friends taslh

A vocation Is based upon values. easier to bear because of the strength will come later It wa an appalling to whom we, may turn for Habit. such a. these are other who art sought aftei.

Values are given by parents. A child of Faith nourished by the caretakers The Catharlata had arrived<
from his earliest often thinks of of the of Christ. And Western Europe from Buigarla allractlTrnrm.Cleanse .
years vineyard finally burg In Germany and Robert There U a pUre for sod a acute and like a dew!

what he would like to be when he those who must pass through the portals A two main hundred year before le Iknigre, a convert from particular attractlveo to away the grime with a festering ore, ".-

grows up. The moat important decision of death can do so with a certain teaching point In their Catharlsm In France-wer* earl differing type *f per and the Inherent dynamism marl at those who hold OUt

in anyone's life Is the answer to resignation because at their side stands of was the sinfulness. ferocious men Robert Indeeda to..U.,. of our own personality will a friendly; hand.
procreation and
the question, "what shall I be r"" A another Christ. of marriage a* a j&icle consequence homicidal maniac. In one No one can be all things toall do the rest Then those who We may pretend that ,

child raised in a God-centered home The world's greatest need Is voca ty chlllzatlon Itself seemed day he had 180 heretics men. It would be absurdfor know us cannot do otherwise! do not care whether othe,

will in instance tions. We all for vocations.We burned all of them examined than like tu like us or not but we many want to spend must pray to b* threatened. Society reacted us to envy the role of)
his life giving to others the Faith that must look to our own homes to see violently I mob within a week! Conrad wa someone else when we have If your circle of acquaintance care We want to be accepts

he finds in his parents On the other whether God has given the call to our lynched them; ruler ezecut "'asuasslnated Robert ended In our own Individual talent for 1 II at all extensive almost by other but lacking cot

hand, when materialistic things have children to "Come follow Me." eel| them They retorted with a lunatic asylum. Tht Medieval friendship certainly you know fldence In our own' attracts
Inquisition never again someone who seems to out fleas, wt present an unam'
the prime interest in the home then the Pray and work for vocations. aimed violence There wan a The Important thing Is not go
exterior and def.au,
horrible crusade against them reached such peak of horror to deface or to obscure our attractlvtnes of his way to make himself able

just after 1200. A* court went, this one by surface disliked. Very probably you own desire.
was conducted with reasonable have laid of him (or of her)
blemishes. Just a* our fact
Sacred Scripture Tb truth II I that every *n.
!. ili* tweBlle *f that sea cart to get at the truth- need to be washed "Isn't It too bad that he
every of .* has basically, a teryengaging
I tmrj the fvpe'a th. Informant who false make himself
tansy, nude morning ao too doe our personality so disagreeable
Kmperor. Frederick II, passed accusation, for Instance, need an occasional ? He could bet such a Ilk. peraoaalltjr.It .
Plight of silent sufferers toldIT
a law ..ald., '.r.i., the were liable to the same penalties scrubbing It I II so easy to accumulate able person if he wanted to could not be otherwise

penalty for belay, a4 et< a* heretic. But twenty traits which may be b*." They art puzzling tragedies !' sine each of ua has the tame

takes. Just I hit of Imagination !. poetic term lilt t>Mlasl plalnlnf' that h* did to !. >. year after the Inquisition annoying, even repulsive to these people who seem basic mental and emotional

to understand the l 110' deiM-rlbr<< fiod* ..pr.... sense of the state. was founded another Pop, other deliberately to rob themselves equipment for winning after

rtinlrol our all the forrr of Innocent IV Introduced tor. of the happiness of
sentiment of the author of Why with such a flood of For example, we can detelup tion. We may differ from one
Father-' 114a''.... lure Into the procedure<< It such habit a* speakingtoo friendship who seem under another in Intellectual attali
loAllm 73.Picture. te|>re laction ul1lOlHo1'fI.gall1.t
J"h. J. was to be all very legal a* brusquely, even sharply some compulsion to make menu and In physical appeal
For the ancients the primeval Cothjrlsm ilid, the
to yourself the following 1 Church have he started It, not lasting more to other; listening Inattentively themselves offensive. ante, but these have little
water, J peopled .. .lthmfJn.t.rI to Intervene
iltuatlon. St. Peter'sAaallla Caalelol after than a certain length of time, when another Is speaking Fortunately such person bearing on the matter. One
real and Imaginary; ao long an Interval
and the adjoining did not causing mutilation; In to us; questioning the are the exception& In any social does not have to be a genluor -
like Leviathan ((14), wer a Why Gregory IX ectabllah -
Vatican building hate teen the general It was to bt applied statement of other and 1 group. However| many of a beauty In order to be
source of mystery and of trrru. < Inquisition? It seems
Iwmbed. The Pop hu ea-. that It only when IIlIt11' certainon arguing unimportant point; ua who like. to think of our loved.
And yet God had l brought probable was to checkFrederick
raped ,the carnage but han. ( the principle that confession
order out of this terrifying << II, whom he saw
been captured and taken to seemed Irretrievably lost was good for the guilty
chua (ie* Ceneala 1)). M always acting to widen his
,Moscow and imprisoned.<< Why Why How could! own man's soul''). Pope Paul VIGoocf
Churches all over the world Yahweh have done this to III. Then \trn ((1117)) nave -
did not deny; the W* reflect with relief ma
have been closed and Catholicmen Chosen People? a very archaic ring to them.
state's right to protect Itself; what Pop MrftoU I k>*4
Roth the and the
and children language
art being women persecuted and Th. ..''''', ., roar.., "wan rhythm *o markedly different thrill heretics were a threat 1.1.I for. ....4'.4 year Latin teachers a must

brutalized.In clear, They had taraM their from that of the rest of to life Itself, and the State wan. tarlltr-4k"l "Ike ... .f ten

bucks o. Ills law" and ". the entitled to put them to death: tare I II .gU.t all law, 1.mas .-
such a situation would the psalm suggest< that the t'OLLoWING I III a transla tie to provide for the establishment able so that their pupils may
|>r.,phls II* hud .*., to author borrow! them froman but a i to whether people *.. 4lva' *.
you not cry out with the war theta ancient were tn fact heretlca that j'tion of the February 22 of a university.lev'el one day; be capable of handIng .
psalmist poem. wa for the Church to decide, This particular Inquisition motu prcprlo Sludla atlnlta-- Institute of Latlnlty. it on with equal profit.Tbe .
MIttl.* fwalmtat, cm* of The twalm cnncltxtm "with not the .m*. war In normal operationfrom All agree In recognizing the
Wh.n God, hair lee east the 'JnTVir nt faithful cuuMn an *.rn..l prayer trw .err Mrs M tt up hU eenta'ml' 1231 to about 1340. It tie of Pope Paul VI authorising timeliness of these prescriptions aylBf .f ''1. Ambrose

." off 'or..r."h, 4*. t understand.In gesture c>n the blasphemous Inquiry; -that la what Inquisition continued to exist, and there the establishment of a founded In the nature U an tra and beautiful a* II I.
your aager moMrr .(.1.! .( were period<< of activity after also! ; 'Prima dlorradl ardor
j enemies of Israel and for the pontifical Institute
the first stanza ((110) h. meant. If a man was aoCUMM for advanced of things and In experience
Id' .h... of your |t.Muie? ]legs Ol to Illuk l onto more restoration of th* 1".ul.l.| ao | of hereby, two ercleMUstkal ward.. : the English used It to Latin studies Indeed the RHhop and major nblllUII' et m"al.'rl" (l>e

II* found himself!' In a alml- with favorlIJI.n| the flak II. curding tu th* terms of the JixUe. would examine have Joan of Arc sentencedas superiors of religious. to \ 1'1" 1,1, TI.)

tar predicament and wa bee formed for Illnwrlf icnlurle covenant which mad them him; If they found h* wa a a heretic. How many heretic It ha* always been the firm whom the Apostolic Conntltu- However If there Is lack of

vlldered to the jNiJnl' of More, to l look at what sinful lahwrh'a own. heretic, and If he refuses to did It hand over to death? persuasion of the supreme tlon I II addressed\ welcomed teacher, they must be prepared

fre>niy.; Pagan enemies had. pagan have
conquered the IU4V-. City, house situ\ lilt |HH>|I).-and to find thin psalm rather hand him over to 'th* aecuUr A i I have a.ld. C'llhar..mIIHm..1 Latin language ant of the consideration concerning the our major and minor sennln,

alnughtered 1 It. defender, hale merry Irrelevant Hut may w not arm"-the state'; the law of a nightmare. to them.n ancient languages b I (Indl.- Importance to be attached to aries, however great the sac

dragged the rest of the population The second atanu ((11331 I ) pray It nnnt sincerely &In the would then take its ct>ureTh that day nut CatharUm the teaching of the Latin rlflce, since further progress

into exit, wrecked the begin with a reminiscence of name of the Church of MteiMe Inquisitor acre usually la long lead, and for u* olubty; connected with the language In the formation of In knowledge often depend

tempi and the palatial' government all the wondrous work of the *o eaully ao tragically Dominican, aa ,twlng trained| the nightmare quality; doe education and formation of young churchmen even on the solidity of earl!;

building, mid all Lord In the pII't. forgotten! theologian I on.aslunallyStated not exist U read (>f It with young men on the way to the though there was no lack of s
.'r'lcl<<.nl. curiosity; hut no horror fur Prleithofid and on this matter those who pointed out that It For this reason effort
to u* It carries no threat every
like this, the Idea l< hate important would not be ay for themto must be mad
they published to have quail
What remains 1 I. the historical

Father Michael V. G.nnnMlttUn unetceptlonable, Hut there fact of the Church'. part and grave document fulfill its prescriptionsquickly fled teachers not Improvised
war nv r* to It, because
.f Nvmbrt D. DI. In 'Its repression. and destruction. In the past as well a* in our ; especially teacher; teacher capable of
the lack of teachers equal| to
T* start with, the |Iatal.UU. Which tales the question day. gripping the Interest of the

llu* .14 n'"l r..trM itself !. how her action I II to h* We ourselte In the recent the task assigned them.In pupils, and therefore fUlturt'ltt'Khera

r CR6i\t clupteas: 111 .u.I.II lrl. .., ....4 ktk reconciled "with the $Iou (If apostolic letter Summl Del fact It I II evident It ; teacher who hate

*UI*. Christ W. shall consider: this Verbum hav admonished those who examine the matter acquired a rational tnethnd

"Of the cultural patrimony with prudence that and not one based merely onempiricism

FLoni ta cAtholic history which young cleric should nothing U more necessary" if or memory.It .

Question boiOrder roc....... a considerable our young people are to learn would bt foolish to tar

.- knowledge" of languag undoubtedly the ancient language property that 'In order to teach Latin,

('hipifr 41 cause for discouragement "wa tw>...nr. the Caluia Indianaof form part and In than the work of able to the young It suffice that

KnKQUKNT: : Interval the rapidly Increasing nunvl southwestern Florida' of Office given a more particular way the '.ach.w. that U to say of the teacher know It a Ult!.

AT th* KrancUcan authort* l her vf Indian who wUh*! tnha closing 'whom the IraneUcana: Latin language especially for ...Mh.twt., through culture Utter than they It U. there

tie In Florida wrote horn to > a Priest tnlnUter ta had not >.t erectetl mL+.kona. Priest of the Latin Hlu" '. mastery of language and for desirable that everything

Knaln asking for more Prteit. them. The avalUtil& mlwUm- according to new rulesQ. Acts Apustollca" ftedta, M suitable pMtagogVeal\ 1 gift, can ,........ hIP dun that tho*.
Tk ( .!.... err.pled. theae
The request for rflnforrnwnU *- arlea never seemed| to h* able! 1W3, p. MU. offer lessons a* effrrttv and destined fur a Uk of 'Uf'hIOTt"
.. lr.m Tampa lUy I* the. .
H a r"i>..lant refrain to retch up with the work at Rut among the latest documents profitable a* they art enjoy.. aril page

running through the Hr nlnh hand mach less to take on Kf| rte**. glue me the sew the clergy, but rather to per which the Holy S*.

t(', "'nla for this! |iwrkod l the the car of new trUm and Oil the southeast comet, ......, I. wkkk Ik. l Muse IH mil them to rarrr out their ha* Unied In this recant the M. J. Murray

middle ..eentrnth century tilUgv wnkh sought their Iron t*rr.l tu the Keys, fir. U .. k. ...... I .M.... lUlly duties In clover union n>.t 'twt i rnt ptc I. certainly

The problems faring then mlnUtratkm. these lived merest l email Intlefwmtent sued It k mat shutter. 1 with God thrtiughout the day orr.t4.*t hr lh Ap">.
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l but rxihahly the chief' that .. connected, by rw and lane we art expected l to say It with pi a4U wbarst IIW Br.J rwr _
ttte .cled.pale
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Paul VI Having therefore constd capacity of rice grand char 6 The Florida Catholic Friday, April 10, 1V4

ered that It Is to the best cellor and the rector magn!l. t t -- ---

advantage of this Holy See focus of the Pontifical &U. I ,aR M

Motu that In Rome, near to and lan Atheneum will give their! r' lr Chapel dedication will

rightly complementing the collaboration te vth grand

other Institutes which under chancellor: 1

different titles glue luster to 4. The Immediate and ordlnary k. attract pilgrimages

Proprio this fine city a higher Institute of .
government the Intitute v
tt *
1 <
be set up to ensure,the will be entrusted 'to' a \ WASlllNOTON (NC) Numerous pilgrimages are

cr......... trvm .... 41 study of the Latin languagein principal chosen and appoint. > \ coming here for the dedication May 3 of the chapel: 1 of

great responsibility receive a the moot complete and perfect ed. with our approval by the V- Our Lady of Cz.-.tochowa in the National) Shrine of the I

higher education In unlven.1 manner. sacred congregation of unlterslties. .
Immaculate Conception.It .
ty.le\'ellnstltutes, where they consecrated by auxiliary UUh-
at the He will have the a tstanc. H already known that
may tame time acquire For Latin studyWhile op henry T. Klonowtkt of
from highly I worthy pror.rI .!!- of the academic council with ftt) stuilenu are coining from Sranton In a private ceremony .

a greater and firmer accepting la a grateful regard to the most Important I'hlc.igi' ) bv train that eight earlier In the day

knowledge of the ancientlanguage spirit the beautiful and matters. and will maintain base* will bring pgilinfnnn || ,. May :3 U I a date of specialnignlflcanre
well clone contact with the sacred St .'oiuiC ert's
as as of the spadous seat hlch the parish among. t\>IUh

art of teaching them to Srfleslan Socl.tyII..lth consWerable congregation itself regardingall In Philadelphia" : and that people It Ii the liturgical

others. ucrlfke, has offered that concerns the activity group are coming from f"utf the Mother of Cud,

Rightly then did our pre.decessor us for this noble purpose. ami the undertakings of the IVnn>lanla. New York New Queen of 101511(1.Bishop

John XXIII, of by Mutu Proprio and Institute. Jersey and other st.ite.

happy memory, give In the in virtue of our authority w e It U abMiUtfty. .tve...arjr Interior de.. raiii>n of the'

aforementioned constitution a decree: that the iBdUlal hat at IU Thai|,,'I is bring pr..e
mandate to the congregationof dl will) be completely flnUheil. In installed
I. In implementation of the 'poal an appropriate ...
ceminaries and unh"entitles l. her of Unarm of time for the Indication.. A
Ajwstollc Constitution Veter- hlgli rrpa.Utk
to arrange the foundation urn Saplentla of our predeceiwor >a ..ct r.ll.ral premlir, Cork now In "pn'gres. U the in African soo
tn Rome of a pontifical institute Installation. of colorful m....-
of happy memory de"|ilr served lu their real|_-
of Latinlty with the John XXIII.! wt found and UT* dlaripliat Its which will ileph-t JO of l.l'1l'I.KII: Tnt4 jlka

task of Instructing a chosen erect at the Pontifical Sale- IV>Und'. natiomtl Mint In f \t") Milwaukee born

group of Priests who througha sian Atheneum. the Pontifical They will be chosen from the ceiling of the ch.ll"'l.1)4"III..tI. ItUhop\ ArnnKI I Ralph Cotey
solid knowledge of the among the secular and re
8 I n.S was solemnly enthroned
Higher Institute of Latin. .
<> af rhapelr11m.
whole of Latinlty well, Itgloiu clergy and the laity
as a* a. first Bishop ofSlIrhln..a
Ity prescribing that It begin .
.,, a .ellunelde 5)peal
through the assiduous and from throughout the world. her In Lukuledl
academic courses as soon as Their Chapel attracts pilgrimsAt hoed!.c.led HI 0 a ( Pull.h.Im.rlress. -
methodical exercise of Latin possible! appointment will appertain treatise the church In Ma See
composition would, be tn a to the sacred congregation the National Shrine of the Immaculate ceiling of the shrine's chapel of Our i'ue.lr.rlke( villa** could hold tiny a frae-
2. The Institute will Its chapel| ,..* hr .. |wuear
depend | (
position to devote themselv* of seminaries and universities. ) Conception Washington Lady of Cxratochow. Numerous pHITrimaKm \ turn ">f the expected' corgregallon -
the sacred .
upon congregationof
to the nobel task of teachingit seminaries and universi I). C. Father John Murphy. assistant i are planned for its dedica ) aim .

In the seminaries and in ties not only with, regard ta II The curriculum must Include director and Professor Peter He.'kn tin on May 3. Professor Hecker .U the .\ collection. w *<. taken up The li-yer-uhl .1.11. MM
the ecclesiastical colleges or an ad*>( uale number of 'In IVIUh" acnm the "
| moaalc picture of the manufacturer of the mosaics which (wirUhra
the general vigilance It exercises arrange i patiim enthroned. M-:
to Use It In accordance with principal and auxiliary ill*, In vVtnbrr. 1'\1.! to by AnkhUnop
In this matter In accordance saints of (bland for installation in theA. will depict :0 aalnta. Hartala, l).".\1.<'..., .fTtlnhop
the best traditions In the clpllne, able to lead the pupil .-- defray the e.ttmate, l tUA.mil. tar
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with Canon 25fi of the
various offices of the Holy through nclentlflcally accredited it The collection reallietlVWiA.Oiii. 1 IMr..rl.l.aw.
In the diocesan curUs Code of Canon Law, but also In order to satisfy particular he oitlereil i.y 1114'1".1| regulutlon Prolate .
See methodology to a deep improved Whatever remain ('t,..", who" wa ton
virtue of bond
and In the curiae of the religious by a special of and excellent knowledge" of need. of the student to l I.e |>|vrueil by the ahl\11 the silt of the com. _'r.t",1 by Pups Paul V'l In

(cf. A p. Const. Vetcr direct patronage In order the ancient and more recent the general. plan of stu.lies sacred r>.'.iixirnatk of inlnarte 1.1"C"I hot the pteled) chapel will b* applleilto St. '''t,,'. last! October :30, I.
that the
said Institute
may will have to t.. arran ed in ami' unU'emit ... and
urn Saplentla n. 6.) Latinlty Oral lime aim* hi. otweatlunU Ihe coot of (mulling the an alumnus of the Cathode
serte the Apoctollc See In all such a that" In wk1ttl\ ", 'IIII Iw I i uiHler. |IU
way I'i.nnl
other-| .
0th. main
that This teaching will be acrompdnled ..t IhH-einber klanuel. farillnal missile "me University' i>f America In
the efficacious
concerns to the complete. all laurram* >....,,n.
DUKESSTEENFUNERAL ported bya won shorter Nurses. can l ftoncalvea t''''''''1'.. altar nf the thrift \,'.hlniton. II. fame to Tanarvylka -

in the Church continuous exercise 'In II Th. Inciliate will v rree > the 71 ear-old of .\r hMah >|> John J Krul .>f In IBM after servingfor
l la planned for obtaining illpl ) wtrtarch
HOME Latin cnmpiMltlon *o that the ,II. p.hllr.ll..e. wwk" I'blUilelpbU will il...lk-te the four years a* a S.lvalorUn .
3. Therefore it* grand chancellor k.nu In latin letters as Jain..,. .101- hi*
310 So. Florida Av. pupil will, not only have a roM-eralai | b. whole .( ib*|
MY 2.)121 a.. .I.nd i will be the Cardinal- solid knowledge' of the Latin well as In Greek letter' 1.llalij. : .. prefect of the sacred
of seminaries and unlrernltie language but will ale succeed I*. Th. ,pontifical. 1..lItt'| l deal.s.d/ favor theilrrUklai IH vine M.... t.....* many. ..n May X In the pre.. In* a.*ith naval of China.

In writing it speedily .f llubrr l.llnllr will he .. deltoid. hI |'r..- ewr. i>AirbbUhop I'atrK V
*. thai I the .htbrd should give
BEACH MEMORIAL and with purity' ami elegance' .pen lu )....( 4"1'1,1.| nf all ante In. .k...wlr I shgs l aid "'. Olluyle of \V*.hlii.t.m and

CHAPEL And since the RjlenUn Society 7 Among the dt-olpHnen. ...lt...s oil ...( nlf" In .4 the |.ila .Ua(.4|.. his life for. bU abe*?.* the other I lhoi|... hlibnp. Hianlalau -

IL .......,. ....- ......" has assumed the obligation due cnnakleratlon will haute .Isd..r..1 the __nUr a4rellli Cardinal' aaM "Nwt only In V IkHia of (tieen I")'

SEMINOLE BEACH of promoting the ln..tl- be given to the teaching ... ring I but alo. U 1.1 Ia.n\' It' give .mandate, th. _rtfw. of the Mesa. but will |>re rb the aermon Tbe
tute's prosperity the ff'.tr lu the MI 1111, nmffrMtton nfeminartei
MEMORIAL CHAPEL of the Greek language, the .lib mss. the this. life *., Ihe lYIaalbmMiM altar uf the ..lwl..1.11I) ) be
major "pro tempore" of the aril unlveraltie
... r.lrih.r( 1(1.t.., knowledge of which In right, be Immolated with
Salenlan Congregation In the \Ve warmly revuniincinl to to iwrpere the ap(
ly conahlernl indispensable the m...... and to Miferlar. statute on the l uta pf the Chrlat. Tb I>M.. Ie the *ervant : M
fur the formation of a goal of order and rehiftou. rontccallun preeent 1".rlll uN. Tha e *f tde setvanU of Owl.wa ,.1..1 5/ill/ t \".
SRISSOM FUNERAL HOME atinUt. 1Inct h latin
( that they iwrvtl to aialute. In arrorilarae with the la rhonaiv to ......
language U closely llnVed' to Hlanup *. .. C"',- H44 l | .rwW A. P-7.. "Peak MMt
PSona B47.JI1I I the tiutltuie the UkacKera of the nature atMl ales ttt the aril until the end of his Aabul.nS.v. !os

' KISSIMMEE"oa..tHT the Greek, whether" regardIng their Memlnarie' atMl o.U.f.., Institute mut InrhMl. aImlAt life ami lan. lu I* ....1' .il VA 1.1/1) 2ad A... S.. r>' I4US01
the Important<<9 of the Influence .
: 15 C.; TR.tL KIX>ltlII.%" that one has had over particularly If they are by |.i..nt eiamlnatlnn of ST. AUGUS1INI ST. PETERSBURG

Operating fader Kan N... ... MaBagemratHEATH young, ao that they majr |wrfert the MM mi Mttwetnlnc' IU

centuries the other. In the course of th,.,..".* in the study KII .| rtlaclpllnarjr and ...,." Requiem notod

of the Mtfcferu with whteh lark funrthiTilng. al well M

FUNERAL CHAPEL (". The ci>m|>lete mun of they. are rcernei|. the MatlM of the mo.I.........* "U ,' Tit. II \ltUII" .,.|">, [PHONl 177.7)14 1

studies will take four year; It. We ronmt.l.r t Nttber aiul teacher "I'artW-uUr\ at tl'Iolemn. lte |ulem

Ail C.wftiOMCl CK.p4- Pariin. Lot those who have completedthe more that atudenl who iliaUnRMUh tentlun will be iWvtiled to the Mw>a lie KViyd A. '''',ma"", A. P. BOZA

FOSTER E. HEATH FWat Director not two year In a thenw.l,," fee rtlll- ,priiteIWn'f' atiwty pea "t falbee cif Iwo t.thiilkiitewMi I mvtivoi' CHAPEL

AMBULANCE SERVICELateUno1 pralcvworthy manner will obtain genre, application *fwt profre .... and' to |w Ur>.rli'li
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JOHN S. RHODES, JR. tkgree*, examination To hit end, ,.. recwMnend aK.l U. remain Htm .net$ Ohltx lie wa Ihe father

must ... ...-1 In all the .prerrlhed the treat Ion fit rhoUrthlptas rtllnt, aioiMnfl bt the two nl CM'** M liarmann mrial FUNERAL DIRECTORSI

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AMBULANCE SERVICEThe Sunday Mass Schedule in the Diocese

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At diocesan meetBoston <6< The Florida Catholic. Frida,.. April 10, 1W4


pastor shares religious Athletic director lists

ideas with high school faculties physical education goals

ORLANDO-Roland L. Rourke athletic director at

ORLANDO Father Edward F. Dowd, a Boston archdiocesan : hand.: If. as a nation, we see Jacksonville University conducted an instructive session

pastor who was formerly assistant to the rectorof tragedy strike we send emergency education teachers who gathered at
with the physical
Catholic University of America and a professor of awlhtanie this is
I the American way. So it is Bishop Moore High School in Florida Often
religious education there gave teachers of religion in the ,. especially
natural to the Catholic In this !: ; ;1i.' last week.In U thought of as
diocesan High Schools a precis of their courses. He urged ". ." this course
than he
nation to do more
them to train Catholics properly in their relations with his discourse Mr Rourke an authorlatlve course; one
hall to do for God. such as at student must take tograduate (
God. with neighbor and stressed that it is moat important that a
tending dally Masts from high schooL
with self. Subjectively Father Dowd to( hate a philosophy

The guest spoke In Orlando added every human soul U ndrmutiding I II an In. on conducting a course. But Physical Education U a

at the Bishop Moore High capable of housing the Trinity kllnit that' flown from thetlrupolnt "You must set a (goal In regards field of doing. There value U no of

School, under the aiuplceg of Man dignity rents on the of the ii|
the diocesan Department of fact that the soul! of man Is a by "hi. b we sea Ijod la > : to get from your class," team sports and physical
Their value carries over
Education. tabernacle where the Trinitycan etrrylhlng and Me ore every l 1 he said.

dwell, he said.He thing In the light of (dial t n.rr i to all forms of activity
l r. hit lectnie, Father llnwdronrentiated r/ Mr. Rourke set the objectives
called the gifts of the Thin IN. peculiarly Ibe leorh'*
of this course as: organic
on the' gift and
Holy Spirit instincts and said ,.'. InnlliHt
teems of the Holy that fear of the I..,rd is theInxtlmt
IItr"III'be natural north of WJ'4dum-lhr Instinct of the and knowledge appreciationand
of a child who reverences saint-pushes us toward. the AWvi enjoyment, and skills. PARK
authority. Excerpts of _
man.He God loves and
things away He encouraged the teachers
made the point that the Father Dowd's Ideas, following
from those He does not. to combat the indifferent at
the order in which he
of the Individual human
Gal; alone said FatherDowd. titudes held toward physic!
person regardless of age ..|Kike of them. Include:
knows the answers to education:
It Is the Instinct of piety BARDOEFORD
sex, color or nodal condition BILL
these questions about a man: There Is lack of knowledge .
that makes regard othersa
is the Uproot foundation of m
much his DEALER
how are prayers FACTORY
In education
American democracy and the equal of ChrUt Him/ physical
worth how umtelfUh is he11
throughout the United States SAVE ON YOUR
rests upon the theological fact belfThere how big U his cross? For
that man is made in God's 11 no room for discouragement NEW CAR DEAL

image and likeness. In the person this reason he urged HIP _-__ __ .___ ti__ -_ ,' 4
teachers to instruct their
St. Peter he said, answers who lives clone! to Almighty( charges. In the Catholic tradItions Lecturers at Bishop MooreHigh STEVENSRUGS Pb. UA4333T. (
the question "What Is man's God. This I Is the Instinct of and CARPETS 'Inc. Hwy. M

dignity?" It was Peter who fortitude/ Everybody has of prayer and fasting School teachers around the high schools. Lecturers, from the left, LINOLEUM-ROOR TILE Winter Garde 1
teach them that Christ
and to
told men they had been problem, but the Church hits and diocese met at Bishop Moore High are: Roland L. Rourke physical educa FREE ESTIMATES Member
hud his Cross
bought at a Treat price, he the answer for them. every man School in Orlando last week for the instructive tion; Dr. Robert D. Martin science; S2S Park Ave. SouthPh. BL Charles
must crons.
recalled the Blood of Christ. The field of the RU Ilt'r. The curry RoHton a scholar ran program offered by the department Dr. Thomas C. Dula College admissions MI 4-7102,.Winter Park Parish

natural li Involved in the Instinct quickly over the fruits of the of education. The program ; Dr. Paul McClendon, Mathematics

ORLANDOWINTER of knowledge. By this Holy { host, giving examples: was divided into seven categories deal- ; and Father Edward Dowd, re

we learn how necessary grace for each, such as.: Ing with the various courses given at ligion.

PARKSERVICE U, Creation Is the overflow ofGod's WATKIISPAJHr
The good ,servant through

the Instinct of counsel, Is one goodness" of number
who doer more than he has to MlldneiM is burn of the fact Understanding WALTER MENGES WAlL PAPQRitM0o

that little things are kept lit. Clothier T* Me.
do. If we a neighbor
tie. The 'In..t I. Mess Wear WMTatf fAMC
needs help, we extend our usage seen as necessary
Galahad's saying I "My 2IMI .N. OilXGK AVE.
'\\"'\\" '\ "'\'"
strength Is like the strength OIf"\M:' >O-Paul McLendon, professor of educationat ACTOM From SU Js.aaGary's

& Moving? of ten because my heart is Jacksonville to the teachers of Catholic .
..'1' .1.011., S.r..r'Tb. "
.1..1011. 1..11.. .. ,.,. ... da pure high schools who were instructing claniM in mathematics
SALES ..... I.f. ..... ..... I". .1. ...41S. These work. )*>i funned i under "O\IPI.TF: DINNERS TO GO
... ... f.IIh /b..w..f the Inspiration cif the at the diocesan
.... .....It.. ...._tl..I'. It p.. that "to function the tltlzenmu..t Duck Inn Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $1.00
Holy Ghost he mild have the teachers meet last week.
know some mathematics OIR 14 TBMI. VOC INSPisa. Bucket O'Chicken $3.95
\\,,\""\\\\\\, "',",,\T\\'" top three named for GIN' Mr. McClendon traced the well Kngllnh.: '? .F.4PtMID A1.OAST .
as as
(charity, Joy peace); the pure allr; Antw., ... Fish Dinner $1.00
Hotpoint Sales modern trend In the Mathematics ... ......
ond( three deal with ournelghlmr Frn: thone who will not rk "A
Herman J. Heidrich Curricula ... Shrimp Dinner $1.15
Several TallSOLO
: major IT 4 Or Ml
(patience, tM'nllfnlty.ocwJn..III > pursue a career of malhe* rw emv
& Sons and the with curriculum atudles have matl should. l
); rent, s deveUip an Hay. 17," Kera Park TK: 84314TH

( ..a..4 Mblee'r. One's self I (long,differing, Iron made during the pant 20 "iimlerklandlng of aamber 27 M H. Orange BL Tr, Orlando 1-ltZJ

SERVICE ON ALL fir ...., 'n" ... ,.......... mildness faith modesty, contlnenry yearn which are now Influencing .nd l their u,e",." Muter HUr A Pine Hills Bd.Mxewater CT s.eOS

as''s.amess.' .II"'TI$ and chastity). the in secondary : A IRO Rd. :93-O1l1l
MAJOR , Introduce the new system 1100 French Ave, Stanford SZ2-H4
JIM I RIAKF Pupil's own He |Included| | In throe. the of arithmetic into the schooU

APPLIANCES OFFICE. ; Hiiri'LY) New York. Board of Regents, He said.. "The new curriculum zrC '

FUKNITURKOtl'U the Ci>mrnl tnn on Mathematics deepens\ the traditional study

.K: "t'I'I'I.I.RII : record held the University of of arithmetic. And It should csa.IW.fAltds.a. .

PALMER 1-Mia Maryland Mathematics I'toj-) not h* restricted to the rote Tour P'.cta .. wean yes .

/1x116,.. \trlot" A.., W.P. college guide "' 'I.h.a Kchnul M.iiulU.>|,'I !... hound but should be ex. advertise tkeH oftea la
ELECTRICPhone Study (in>up. tende to all pupils." TUB! FLORIDA CATHOLIC MORTGAGE ..... ...,.....

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Anytime Line "la"t Friday at KUhup l"n qnp..lnn. whisk thoaMH Oct I4..bw.b.nuh4 .a.eYInlba111

Moore High School to hear' a ankeflV'hat : La.. I.ta --II.. ll. /

I7S Jactian Avenue Pails tn Oothinq: talk nn Foe Girl & lop pruttitra.I The .ip|:' trr was *\ are the goals toward C h crryPI41 ....... ..Mar a Peels bass a 1 ire c. aater.li

Winter Part, Florida u.I', t.......... !>.. U* 4 ItISW l Ur Thomas C. Dula, registrar. 'Mhlth the changes. In the

of Jacksonville University. curriculum are directed aril % a//zm nzt&tJt!lIQI
He railed) For vthkh pup4bi" are the rrtwat
'ky not u.. I. Monterey ar Meadow Brook Arrea It a premisethat A.C see ab1 .
all students nhoulil I'IH'Mt'Uh.m 'lln.r&-- a.,1
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College ."",_Ion practice, wr...*. aim all relate' !. ""

he MM, seems to thaw that lh. t..r.lt,Hj| BMU' of Ike -A"-N

rfMVeca df the college are Mhm.l, hut what. .1....' theon Catholic Youth Camp

lervlee tine C.mmunfyff more Inlet ele.l In the Mil .,urMlli. .iwl aim! .( .....LisaMake.

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t Florida Catholic, Friday, April 10, 1961

Rollins professor Camp San Pedro preparing ST. AUGUSTINE

schedule of summer fun

College freshmen need F

3l.\m.AXn-\Vith summer approaching youngstersare
wk anxious for the close of school and the new sdven-

fundamentals of English/ turn vacation holds in store for them. Father Hubert

:z III. J. Reason camp director of MaitUnd's Camp San Pedro v .

ORLANDOglshop Moore High School opened Its \ La extending an invitation to the boys and girls of this

doors to the Catholic high school teachers of the diocese area to take part in the activities planned for this years 6uKt

last week for the general meeting : -I sessions.
sponsored by the St. it 1lrI Untie until lime 20 The gli N'noiwlnn
Augustine department of education. One of the departmental r Camp San Pnlro I U "loomed. will take place fromJune ,

meetings was held 1 on take How,, ell lust mirth 11ulltll luly 10. '.III"

for teachers of English.. points and the relatlomhlr n____.*_ .. \' .. ..aU' of Orlando A member of the l I...\'.' group will\ com to 1 the

The Idea of perfectionmust among these. Meet with Rollins professor /National Catholic. the camp rampingAsmxtatlon. aim' ramp on July 12 and stay un, Budgeting?
he stated no that we oil July :SI
"If every entering rnllritefreohmaa not only to provUle J a wholero -
may hate a standard towards ChArJca S. Mendell. head of the School. With Mr. Mend. fours left FIfty\ youngsters will\ attend 1
which had this'ability.. outdoor life hut alms to Use Our Low Cost
to strive, Charle teachers world grow h....r..e English department at Rolhru CollegeIn are; John A. Kevins B..,h ,p Kenny; surround the )'ulthUh a e his Mendell address reminded In opening with cheering. Wintet park met with several teach- Father Thomas J. Burn r"' idcnt of fulltlme Catholic atrno>| HeieThus (Interested, 1 ,p.irent nh.MiMmnlMCt ... Chocking Plan
to the diocesan 1..lh..r ltl'I'1
era to diacusa individual classroom Santa r> High School ,, M.M. ;race Me- each day will U-uln
language/ teacher. The college freshman, Mr Camp San Peilio. l I'll. ItnxKKV
problema after hiA I lecture at the Mullen Tampa Catholic and 1 Mr Men. with Mlu and end with Hen-
Mr. Mendell I U the head of Mendell stated should poseesa Mrtltl.inil, Mi'ii'U' You can keep an ccu-
edk-tlon f the Mot Nle.aslc.tcntnent. !
tcachcn meet at Bishop Moore High delL i>
the English Department at a certain knowledge of the
rat record of your pending
Rollins College In Winter major IVPM of literature' and
The act Mile* will\ Include
Park. In his talk he *tre !,ed their distinguishing features.Student Professor notes trends in science swimming Niatlng. and many MCDONALD'SDRUG and really keep to
the Importance of
readingand should be taught Mil
other '1"\1'11. Three new your budge with our
basic writing In the curriculum "an understanding of what
hate own -
ln. purrha
of the high school literature tries to do; to re- improve all educational aims .ed for this owning sea STORE lirrpU checking account. lyttern. -
student teal human nature In the
..>n. The .sailing course ,provedwi .
The college Eng1l"h teacher of life; to display that It
OKI.AMK Trends In science were' the topic of a re\iii I \ < explained l. |pular year
Interested In high school human beings under the will again I I... liHtirimrated, In 47 King StreetST. ST. AUGUSTINE
talk Thrc
given here last Friday by Dr. Robert D. Martin f i I'h\ <'tm' a new
pupil achieving certain minimum sires cs of living professor of education at Jacksonville His text t to.l,, gvilile. Theurged >' the program.ramp .
knowledge and skills "If some conception! of this University. AUGUSTINEVA NATIONAL BANK
audience at nv" f t ui.>rtorymaniul .. he
In reading writing and In can be. brought out- al"a.af.lallng Bishop High School wa comprisedof r' a el r will
science teachers from all the diocesan 'hoo". \. fi\ n' |ia( literature Of reading I will the experience In the << high ( .. Safely -
!the u e of laexpeiwlta
Imply nay that I, and you piece of writing to the range !Science has seemed. to set "'rUn. and selected hl&hrhmil
statement' of principles, he h. mrm.ul equipment I -
will gladly nettle for a stu of experience of the pupil\ the pace for a number of sakL lail m

dent's acquiring the ability to then perhaps understanding other field, he said In .lookIng !I.r. tUrlla' de-rHI<< >e4 theprvreM lir MII'" ., hul. wunlaUrtithlohNtV The first .e.->i.-n f>,r tr'

read straightforward non of literature" can 1* deetoped. for ways to improve the by wkkfc retlnhill .( .1.' ., r", the Cathnltr begins on lime T and I'
\ Mr. Mendell said
technical I prone and understand
quality of Instruction. the test took pUre.Teachers rhoiil tr" .,?'r s In some nf
what It what the Hl-Grado Red
Level Dolomite
nays- Writing I. the must |mM>r> He and collie &people the teal he noiett, lmn l author I is trving to comer, hti mentioned that the physics
taut of the three- reading, at the Mawiarrumetta, Institute tins show I Hut In the }Iri'** :
main point his supporting and mathematics fields' \\ \"" |TOM; > AItVMtVI & Hi-Calcium Ume
literature and of Technology, he Mkl kmiw r
writing. .44 'KI they 'nr time M much I degree In rrg'' '
I is moM apt la be rclrrlrd' were forerunners In the modern would hold a writing se..lon about hllIl"o\l a< they iM In and rltv pluming, wit,l) t,. MOMCRYSTAL
la .erondary .M-hou! he Mid.' trend toward Improvement In the .summer try out the the I'Mki i he research In this fered. In the future to c :;
ORLANDOWINTER adding that until 1DM, test on a few arhnoln, revise field, romin'ci" lo expend Its RIVER INC.
the al
date mil'Irnu a) i QUARRIES
Grammarocabulary, claritv the high Khoiil text for ph.vs- the writing the following\ h.l1lun., he Mid.Among .' It ( : ,
nh.r"IAmC'1 a
PARK and interest are the tool l Ic's hd been Ikuirally thesame summer Incrrae the numtierof i j' .
[ which the < >the! ,irerMla lie MArtin lielleinl i i I' t IM O.e) (.i Inlle i\- i ,
students need to for half a r.ryral't'l ,,. ,,
century. trial rh< i| and continue: ...
hate lMe, l (f..r the rnneliler utiiMM-ifv" In the ( '"'
constantly at their side"A )' In phjmlea., he Mid, the refietltUe .
student (poxewi.The lion of .1"1..,ire teitrhera were offering thtpr.d.9-i I 'I ..1 I OPgrre
meet fret that
-Say It With Flow."" were you able to rover all freflttMk lama give.
he Is master of his language, the material In the teat In the writer. the new nMterlal 1auk.sal. l mrtlraliiM. .l.4ea .

COLLEGE PARK nut Its Ilan"Washington I to da>'s. Itu.. largely a to b. I Included I In the | | ,laautalkin; <|...lall.| ..|

FLORIST learker; l is.e.......et .. kiwipwpalaltoa TAMPAALL
rinwran HT. wise lette r, ; nlluiial .r'lu'l 'l.
... .
sit rar < I" i till
Orlsad >''. U* l-Mli prnhlewaislsg. appeaaehlmeth.dl
of (tUaalnf[, leather* TYPES OF INSURANCE

U.s./ watches Reds'party date p.i'ilAke.,

AQUINO'SSERVING .. M.,Irru-e f,>.r all a' 1 1 HENRI A. MONTEAU
THIS L'nited. State* capital hla move at hl. birthday 4f Hems mat w ....rk frvma dent. new I/.ltlencat and pit THOMPSON

r THE ) Interested in a pins lull It ts nut eipe tit' "".,t.( In Idem, as |tress sot terns homofeneoiia |TIMI.Ir| ; a".JBAILEY !i- Moreland-Oliver-Monteau, Inc.

FINEST ITALIAN FOODS birthday i>arty-"whlth, "won't' here that he will ak his MkW adherlsg /. .hem ........1' artlvltlea Increase' ... e'' a .. ,,
DINNERS FROM lie held here. Itrd 'leaders to rr.. Chine communists out o( the .rU*......m and| t..1.., .<'"" St A"'ytt.n* VA 4.ItI
4:30: P.M.LOUNGE to 1:00: A.M. lie It, and other capitals will their fraternity U !I. lhstght It la arirueil that we are Uf1oIU.I\ ibis. 1 Ca.\ed.1! place I .|1/11 loom )). Tampa
closely watching MMCOW
rather that he will seek to nut adapting our el'>e' to aworld
220 Orlando Ave, W.P. where, on April 17, It la n. .
.. situation that la "com'
17-92 Ml 7-4500 strengthen lilt | ...rul r..
Hwy. |cted, communist leaders eiUtenco" |-.llry.\ whkh the pUl ant f1uI gather to mark the ?oth birthday niuntete l t
coinmunUU >y antne that pan .
of Niyta Khpuhchev.Th I'rking profenato halts fit have ad 'mte<1 too Camp S.MJ; .kn U V 4at..4 as |V. sad k>ank el be Sa'nl

rise...WIIITIK.... .'..r..Ar..... .. greoter\ than venal l 'Interest alihur.8llrrr.. much and It la asked how ; Je>.... Leas at $.'H.fU..J. Florida, It h 14 p.;1.. '."Ih .fJa

nrrirn .<.t srweaALL arl_ fnn the CWne.. whether the Free World long we ran continue to a
.. eptllta.cri.... . Hedii' latent hla.t against the ran profit from illfferenre* hatween Just to sliuatlona which ouroplalnena I/". fr""m Gf.* Cove $p" el tke.
arw..l. *i rrnr hush of Kremlin, including' an | | rreale.U .
Peking/ and MnueuwAnd ,
Shas4 ',1.19"
rBKtlt-IV .LSITI.alit.
appeal to the soviet rommunlit only lately! a new run I. wntemleil. that IN"...- I I j
party lo r.|>i"ll..le and .I..U"a. ha."Deen .
BRADFORDSStationers '1tot1. ent nxintrlea In lh. CWBWTM- cn5t
liquidate Khruahchav'a f.ll I Isi I. whether wo ran lake coirnls.anre ndl wcirM 1 threaten ua to M- 'J

Inc. lulI'm.* erf the different drrreea. ferent clre....... It la MM Me| '

JIO I P.rl Ave, SoutH The Free World' I. walling of cmmunt.m In 1M k rhitMrountrte thins "preeMs a serious ,
PKono Ml I 4-7711 U .*. what Khr..htd., will of thw runwnunMworM IIN.... while' |H4n
Winter Part, Florida d. la trmrttn. present I*'P. at 4,4 4rM
D..,. Simt; -0__ There haw been. influential alt It.. .pe.Naee.| that we In %
It !III belleteil he wilt rn..keRUBY'S
urging here fur the l.'nliml rreo. our ol..ling with HH

Mtato* to rut .lra.e frnm "_ .......,... lit the n.PnI the
tahllihed mttha.. la Mart e..h .me ah./.hsr. It!. .an.
FABRICS thlfikUg. "unthinkablethought I .M amMUMi rot wtirM oSanslnaHo 1

FAIRICS lit" PATTERNS abuut the ruM war, *. ON THE ST. JOHNS RIVER

UNIFORM HEADQUARTERSFor Fat.: w..t retottMW. tIIIIdoof' t........., MMe w.uMhoe. .
oVvrtn" {...l roiMrtri, the ita Sv4tt.rland Florid. '
l lieu hsnl Newt th...
Girls of Bishop Moore High School ture tif the ("N...* n.mmunl rI.
vrkua tlewt. If the nut\
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tera. right" Issue< were led lip a. .... .-:.e we4se4 a. Ski'. I.all ef tt.. pK/waa11qq N +

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diocesan meetBoston 6 The norMa Catholic. Friday, April 10, 1964

pastor shares religious Athletic director lists

ideas with high school faculties ..' physical education goals

ORLANDO-Roland L. Rourke. athletic director at
ORLANDO Father Edward F. Dowd a Boston arch- hand: If as a nation. we "see instructive session
Jacksonville University conducted an
diocesan pastor who was formerly assistant to the rectorof tragedy strike, we send emergency .. who gathered at
education teachers
with the
assistance this is
Catholic University of America and a professor of "
I education the American way. So It .u Bishop Moore High School Florida. Often
religious there gave teachers of religion in the especially' in
: ;
diocesan High Schools a precis of their courses. He urged natural to the Catholic in thi last week.In this course U: thought of as
do than he
nation to more
them to train Catholics properly in their relations with his discourse: Mr RourVe an authortathe course; one
has to do for God. such as at
take to
God with neighbor and that a student
Mass.t'nderstanding stressed that 1Is moat important
tending daily !
with self Subjectively, Father Dowd to have a philosophy graduate from high

The guest spoke In Orlandoat added every human soul Is ID an Inllmt on conducting a course. But Physical Education is a
the BUliop Moore High capable of housing the Trinity that flows from Ihe : "You must set a goal In regards field of doing. There ls no

School, under the auspices of Man's[ dignity rents on the t lew point' of the supernatural l lbjr 1 > to the results you expect question about the value of

the diocesan Department of fact that the soul of man Is a whlih" we nee God In to get from your class" team sports and physical fitness

Education.: tabernacle where the Trinitycan Mrrythlng and we nee everything 3 he old Their value carries over

dwell he said. In the Unfit/ of (; .
!. his I Mr Rourke get the objectives
run if, Father Ik."d
Thin In the
lie called the gifts of the peculiarly i
concentrated on the gift and of this course as: organic
Holy Spirit InxUncts and said rr'i 'InMlmt.
finite of the Holy that fear of the Lord Is theinstinct .
.tre *lng the! natural worth of Wisdom-the instinct of the ..,'..''i''. and knowledge, appreciationand
of a child who reverences
Halnt-ptiiihes us towards the enjoyment and skills. PARK
authority. Excerpts of 'II ) WINTER
man.He God loves' and
things away He encouraged the teachersto
made the point that the Father Inwd'Ideas, following
from those lie does not. combat the indifferent attitudes
dignity of the individual hu the order In which he
man person regardless of age liplike| of them. Include:
Dowd, knows the answers to education
sex color or social condition It Is the Instinct of pietythat : BILL BARDOEFORD
these questions about a man
is the taproot foundation of makes ui regard othersas "There Is a lack of knowledge
how much are his prayers FACTORY DEALER
American democracy and the equal of Christ Him- worth' how unselfish Is he* in physical education
the throughout the United States SAVE ON YOUR
rests upon theological fact
wlfTheie how big Is his cross? For
that man is mude in God's Is no room for discouragement this reason, he urged theteachers NEW CAR DEAL

image and likeness.St. In the person .
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to Instruct
Peter he raid who lives close to Almighty STEVENSRUGS Ph. 558.3333
answers charges In the Catholic traditions Lecturers at Bishop MooreHigh
the question, "What Is man's God. This is the Instinct of and CARPETS 'Inc. W. Hwy. M
dignity?" It was Peter who fortitude. Everybody: his of prayer and tasting School teachers around the high schools. Lecturers, from the left, LINOLEUM-FLOOR TILE Winter Garden
and teach them that Christ I
told men they had been problems, but the 'hurch has had to his Cross and man diocese met at Bishop Moore High are: Roland L. Rourke, physical education FREE ESTIMATES Member

bought at a great price, he the answer for them. must cross every School in Orlando last week for the instructive ; Dr Robert D. Martin, science; S2S Park Ave SouthPh. BL Charles

recalled the iilood of Christ The field of the supernatural / The carry Bonton scholar ran program offered by the department Dr. Thomas C. Dula College admissions Ml. 4-7802.. Wi".... Park Parish.

Is Involved In the Instinct of education. The Dr. Paul McClendon Mathema.
quickly over the fruits of the programwas ;

ORLANDOWINTER of knowledge. My this, Holy Ghost; giving examples divided into seven categories deal tics; and Father Edward Dowd re-

we learn how necvMtary graceis for each, such as.: ing with the various courses given at ligion.

PARKSERVICE i Creation Is the overflow ofGods WATKfN
The" good servant, through

the instinct of (counsel Is one gfxxlnens.
of number
Mildness Is born of the fact Understanding WALTER MENGES PAINT WAll
who does more than he has U PAm
that little things are kept little Clothier To Meat
do. If we know a neighbor
needs help, we extend our usage seen as necessary The" Fluent I. Men's Wear QALrafvo WImt'J.J> <<
Galahad's saying I "My SKI X. ORANGE
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strength Is like the strength OICIAM>O-Paul McLendon professor of educationat Across From fit. Jame.Gary's .

& Moving of ten. 1 iKfuiwe my heart .la Jacksonville University spoke to the teachers of Cath.
".'n .1.... f.rw.rd "Tk. MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN
,..,'01. I .lh.ll.- !. r..w ... pure olic high schools who were instructing cliuumi in mathematics
SALES *r... 1..... bat. ...,,, Ik. (Id ..4Ik These works, jn-i'formed under COMPLETE: ni.\\Eiu TO GO
d.. .... ... IWUIo Ihi ...... N the Inspiration"' of theHoly / at the diocesan
that "to fund Duck Inn Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $1.00
piriikvt r''p rUf''lr, II p.* Ion. the" citizen
Ghost, he said have the teachers meet last week.
e uhl..l| know
must mime mathematicsas
arts ISA TnlAI. TUB wasrll.ar Bucket O'Chicken $3.95
'"''''''''" '" " '" top, three turned fur Gal. Mr MtClendon traced the well as English"sen : IIRAC/ND Ant Family

(charity, Joy (ware); the src- HIIT sage aeyw.aapa. Ash Dinner $1.00
Hotpoint Sales modern trend In the Mathematics
unit three deal I with our : Ihooe who" will" not ... Cl* 44IIIIt(4
Herman J. Heidrich Curricula _.. Shrimp Dinner $1.15
: Several major Or. BL r..rlSOLD
neighbor ((patience, benignity, liurnne a career of nut heninlli : ,;;
& Sons curriculum studies have .
goodness); and the rent with should drrrlop, .n
H.,. \t-n Fen Park TR SJ3U27M
(a.a '"'..''' one's self I (long'suffering, been made during the past 20 "unilrrktundlng of oumtxr K. Orange BL Tr. Orlaadt CH l-ttS2

SERVICE ON ALL Of P..., Inn ... .......... mildness,, filth mmleMy, timtlnenry years which are now Influencing and thrlr a"1'..." MU.., mar. A Plae Hills IM. CT 14901

0155/a sated CIOdllrn and chastity) the program In Kccondaryihool Edgewater: A Lee Kd. :tIJ.tI\.1I:
MAJOR mathematics He felt It was Important I... Barton Rd. A K. Colonial 27741210SIOO

to Introduce the new systemof Preach A.., Ha o ford 3220441MORTGAGE
JIM RIdAKE Pupil's own He Inrludvd 11th,..... the arithmetic Into the schools.He '' J

APPLIANCES OFFICE: HUITI.YrUHNITUBK New York Hoard of Regents Said; "The new curriculum

the Commission on Mathematics deepens' the traditional studyof
record held
11FI'I'Id: Kt:ITMKH: the University of arithmetic. And It should C.aMsllsa: '"

PALMER Ml 1-MU* Maryland. Mathematics frojett not b e restricted to the rul- Your prodncta: ... wh... ,.. .
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son Ma Irt.ada A/.. w.r.1 college guide the School M"thematkap Mae "?.00 but should bt extended avertln ..... 0Hea IB
t ELECTRIC Study (:roup. to all pupils" TUB FLORIDA CAT11OUC ....99m*...

Uftl..' ,It.I- Prlrxliwls, of "In any are where" r.rrllulani '- .....

Phone 644.8561 Children'sClothes the illmrwin High Schoolsgalhprell re,l..I.l .n N being' a<. LOANS for.
In a departmental, lrni|>lril. thrre are II least ORLANDO'S KEWEST FINEST .

Anytime Line meeting last Friday at Bishop two qni>..ll..ii. Mblth, .bo.'" tM .... ....,., ef'1....ehiId. ,. ........

Moore High School to hear a lie asked: I... .,.rl..lyh IAeat IisNsashll

175 Jackson Avenue Fined In Oethinq; talk on f'ollt'ft.1mlllMlon][| ............ c-.w ......
For Girls: 1 Boys practice The sM>jj aker was "What are the gals toward .c h orr )' ....... a.A ......... case .o r .11 r aatemlida.

Winter Park., Florida ll"l'e It......* l"l. U* ..1t.l Dr Thomas C t>ulu. registrar, which the changes In the

of Jarkwintlllo L'nl\er' ,. curriculum are directed arwlfor I .. p.la %, tUJ ,JcfJ/zrJt"n

Why sot llt !II Moaterey o. Meadow Itrook Acres? II. railed! It a faW premise which pupil are the re.chest .. ""eI' ICE alerlaresAd
that all students should ) | turrlruluni approprtle' H.t, 1
Wt bat a horn d..1 lin.d fur sour family goto "
college' "Hume" he Mid are tie nttted."Prtwnl .

better suited to another form currii. ,ultiin revlt I : I
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of the college' are hmilv, hut what .,..... IhemlU t Catholic Youth Camp

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y The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 10, 19M .

Rollins professor Camp San Pedro preparing ST. AUGUSTINE

schedule of summer fun

College freshmen need r 4s
k urrl.\SD-With summer approaching youngstersare

'. anxious for the clone of school and the new adventures

fundamentals of English t vacation holds in store for them. Father HubertJ. La

Reason camp director of Maitland' Camp San Pedro

ORLANDO-Bishop Moore High School opened It. t\\E\ : Is extending an invitation to the boys and I girls of this

doors to the Catholic high school teachers of the diocese area to take part in the activities planned for this year's

last week for the general meeting sponsored by the St. sessions. tlnuen until .June A) ThcgttUnonnion '
Augustine department of education. One of the depart Camp San redn U. lucatedon will\\ take pbr fn m
mental meeting. was. held take How ell Just "northof June !* until lul>' 10.I",..
OrUmlo. A member of the
for teachers of English. points and the relaUonshiM. s t I">\.II' group will\ mm III 1 theramp

The Idea of perfectionmust among these Meet with Rollins professor National Awociatlon eat""It'.mplnc, the\ :camp aim on July H and stay un Budgeting?

be stated so that we III July SIKlfty .
"If erery entering rollrgefrenhraaa not only to provM a wholeMxne
may have a standard toward had t..I.. aMllty, Charlr S. }Mendell head of the School. With Mr. Mendt !'mm left, outdoor life hut .> to youngsters wilt attend Use Our Low Cost

which to IItrlCharlf"* teacher would grow boar.. English department at Rollins Collegein are John A. Kevins R.-\h.1' Kenny; surround the youth with a each weekIntereatnl .
Mendell reminded In openinghis with rheerlng. Wintet' Park met with several! teachers Father Thomas J. Burn rrrsident of fulltlme Catholic\ : atmoni> eie. I l p.irent" shaildcontact Checking Plan
address father Ut> i<.nn at
to the cliuees.tnlinIfUaRt' to discuss individual classroom Santa Fe High School M.M < ,race )Ie- ThuA. each Uy will beam Pedro. I'M. Pox
I'amp Sn
teachers.Mr. The college Mr .
freshman problems after his lecture at the Mullen Tampa Catholir and Mr Men.dell with MUll and end with Hneviction
-1'nl1.l1 Is the head of Mendetl stated, should possess teachers meet at Bishop Moore High of the Most llleawl still" Mall Kind., I MfiHi t \ I. You can leap .n accurate

the English Department at a certain knowledge of the Sacrament record of your ipnj-
Rollins College in Winter major type of literature and The atltvltle* will Include
Park. In M< talk he strewd their dutlnguUhing features Professor notes trends in science swimming, boating< and many MCDONALD'SDRUG inq and really keep to

the Importance of reading Students should be taught other "r" *i.. Three new will- your budget with our
and haste writing In the curriculum "an understanding of what In. rum hav* l...en l"irrhavsl .
of the high school literature tries to do; to reveal improve all educational aims for ibis awning seaa STORE ample checking account lyvt

student human nature In the experiences son. The sailing rout, 1.\.1. l lmi t t.m.

"Th college English teacher of life; to display OIU.AMK Trends in science were the topic of a re, : M I t h* explained. |1"'I|Hilar l last jear that It 47 StreetST.
Is Interested In high school human beings under the talk given here last Friday by Dr. Robert D Martin.protf'Mor TheK ;h\ ir< a new will a."1 ln l I.* hwurl".t..1 l In King ST. AUGUSTINE
pupils achieving certain min etressea of Thing text 'tei. the prugram.Caetp .
guUh- Thofyura..1
of education' at Jacksonville University. His AUGUSTINEVA
imum knowledge and skill "If some conception of this NATIONAL BANK
n' .f a UUtratory
audience, at Bishop Moore High School, was comprisedof cnsa.el.we will beha.
In and Inliterature. can be brought out-always ,
reading writing
manual fi n' |>*| ,"rl>ixk' and dlncenilrMlnxrUn 4-1687
Of reading I will relating the experience In the science teachers from all the diocesan high schools. from the S.f.tyS.Mce
emphasis the use of liiexhonxm .
.. aad! neletlrd high
simply nay that I. and you piece of writing to the rangeof Science has seemed to set statement of principles, he.sakL J't'n."I\ *!* equip I shoos .1..1.......
will gladly nettle for a stu experience of the pupil the pace for a number of menu

dent's acquiring the ability to then perhaps understanding other flekU' he said In lookIng l/,. Hartle dewrlhe! IheproreM l hr M.i c i r' hid a wool aIt The tint .e.*..i.>n d.a>'i I> .\

read straightforward non. of literature" can be developed for ways. to Improve the ky wkkh r.,!I.h.. ofIhe hlolt'to ais.> far the Catholic liTKlnn on .Inn 7 and ,
technical prose and understand )Ir. Mendetl said.11'ritl.g (.\l took plan .he..1 l te. h.. in of
quality of instruction I ? 1. w>m*
HKGradc Red Level Dolomitp
what It ""YI-1I\'hat the I. the smut lmM| r> He mentioned Teachers and college peopleat the In t I. tr noletl, Intrc.turtic" l Accept degree
author l I' trying to convey; hU last tif the three _r..adllli.III..nl.r. that the physics the Massachusetts Innll- iih.''e. that In the hoot M' lsMTnM| | ) .> Amaster. & Hi-Calcium Lime
main point, his supportingORLANDO and writing. And III and mathematics field.were lute of Technology, he saM. they knou f fur tint. aa mush degree In rt' -
moat apt t. be neglectedIn forerunners In the modern would hold a writing sedan about hl"l.,>Ka. they iHrl In and cite pliitMim''' wH( tai :' *I6M; :
secondary schools, he Mid. trend toward Improvement In the summer, try out the th* .'1,11. I b. reo..irch In thin tend In the future tog :l ;
adding that until 19M, test on a few (nchtiolti." r.".... field .runt r",..* to expand It. lisle stn.li-nu, si the > .iir-: CRYSTAL RIVER QUARRIES INC.
f Grammar vocabulary; clar the high; (whoul text for phys the writing the folio,,, In, bor'' .lIa h. R.'ht. Unl\1\' nf A rod .. :3:, it t tl c ,
tty and interet.t are the touts k. had been Laically the increase the number
,r ( WINTER PARK"Say summer Anx.n. !t1'.<. 'irendii lit' Martin l 1..114'I,' t* the c.i i [iv tolle
which the students need to same f,)r half a century "..ryra..ly of trial schools" and rontlnuethe iniivsn-i'\ the < Oft *OUft"WfAQtftRYlCe:
lt-ir-1 i I. r the mnalileia
have constantly at their fide. In phynle. he raid rririlthe| |1"'''''_. lion of .< i leisS, teachers were ottering thus profs' ,. ,! Ito:
It With Ro.. "A student must feel that were you aW to cover all Th> fee'tl>"k team the
he II master of his language, the material In the text In the writers the new material. >all..n.l mrrkaUm .1.l ... gtr*
COLLEGE PARK not ita slave"Washington IHQ days. It was largely a to I* Included I lit the Ieaf I..uUIMeM' <|.,.1111....

FLORIST row ....,.; )I..r...H M host l r TAMPAALL
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.tellmd. uf pUinUK' learhrr. TYPES OF INSURANCE

u.s. watches Reds'party date r.i"tAlM

AQUINO'SSERVING >. ...,."..* fur all tin" 1. HENRI A. MONTEAU

THIS United States capital tiU man at his birthday 41 ..lem. xH M> Mark I,..madhering denla. new iiience4, and 1411 THOMPSON
I THE interested In a party. but It In not eipwiHl !. hem( as from4herlng .... tern "hum.geneotia icr.iiii'''>'ig; ..adBAILEY Moreland-Oliver-Montoau. Inc.
FINEST ITALIAN FOODS birthday rt-"hlch won'tlie here that he will ask his fellow I* these. .IroHfl) artlrllles Increan. *. 'iem .a
DINNERS FROM held( here. HH 'lewlrrs to re.,d the f....,.. fairs and prujntu) I nut-i'le, or We.t"* Usien lullnq.;
P fhlnene 1it ',, St. A"' .''.r'* VA 4.I 14)1 I
rommunUls out of th rUn">m ami >i < iavx1ti
r 4:30: P.M. to 1:00: A.M. It, and other (capitals will. their fraternity It U thonnht, It la argued that "t are >vtul, abU, I C.IMdi.l nee 21'."" Roam 11. lamp.LOCA110N .
LOUNGE t* closely watching. Moscow
nut adapting our el\e to a
rather that will
seek tstrengthen
220 Orlando Ace, W.P. where, on April 17 It U ex- world situation that I. "torn-
"t,>r cfful cu-
Hwy 17-92 Ml 7-4500 |11I't'1f'd. communist leaders esUteni policy, which" the pies and lIul<' It has been
gather to mark the 70th birthday countered by...m. that per-
of Niyta Khrushchev.Th Peking .communUls tads hop, we. have adjusted tort Cam p Saint J.i" I. 't.saled. .N th."' lid "...\ .f Ih.''' S.i"t

....... a.. ....... |re.ter than usual Interest to. alihor.RilrriNl much, and It la asked how JKni" RJr at Swi>irl...W, flrUa, H h U *;il.( < ij .,Ph el,
riBatnr 1..... .. .A.... up again U the debate
14lrwssr arises from the Chine whether the Free WorM long w* ran rontlnu. to adjust .cti nill; ... JU ...* I II. H (J. a r ALL...*...".1..".... /4..a.. ..U&. Red alert blast against th. can profit from difference* between in situations which our .1.... Irem Grew C*... Spf'oft'. 10 stylense, ,h of tile
.f..lftl. M ....... bum of Kremlin including an Peking anal MOM-OW. op|.ment. create. Sl..4.Iridpe.
fa.art bl 1a4Rttaemrt.. apical to the soviet commu- And. only lately a new run. It I* rontemloil that differsot
not party "to re|>uilUt and .1.I.-r.tI..n haa"b.rn .......t. countries In tot eomrnu-
BRADFORDSStationers liquidate Khrushchev's rent I.I whether. M* l-an take co nls.attr Mst wurM, threaten ui to different .
Inc. Ionium." of the different drsrer degree. U la Mfcl Ked

The t"HfMI" U walling of communUm. in the \ntiounmuntrtr ('ht... f..nt. a serious ., a2-yiok
110 Parl Are, South sON
PHon MI 4-7731 lo ore what Khrohrhev. will of the cufwntunMworM threat whit. |SjUo
Winter Part BeridaDa 4. la reaction.It pre..nt Mire. at
There hare tweet InfNenlUIurirtnaji all It ta |.ro..-) that w.* In
*. Simi; -Ow *r In believed he will. make here for taw 1'mtMl: ?+.. our itMiHnf with. HHnntrt

Male lnit 'Irene fmwi "**. ** to th. .*i.. lht
.hU"hMl III.'I.... to Start each net* s4.Hihie>. She M.f(.
RUBY'S FABRICS thinking "unthinkable. W ainMtton of worM/ ttawtnattOM.

FAIRICS and PATTERNS thought" alirtit the tell war' THE ST. JOHNS RIVER
Katt: U e.t r...l.MM, .MerrteveH" .- :
UNIFORM HEADQUARTERSFor U.........., .Itoere would 1
*! rowMrt, th* iva Switttrland, Florid e l
Girls of Bishop Moore High School lure of the ('bins.. n>mmu. he" e tiers h..rd Nswt IAn. 1- _
hr"- i tei. If the rlt II

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. .. The Florida Catholic, Friday April 10, JM'

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Florida ..' k

reports 4


St. Mary Magdalen ,..i...I.". ,.,'.

James MtLdiighlln, farm
director of the Cincinnati

Reds bjseb.ill team will be i 1YI

guest speaker at the St. Mary r .. .., 1 1a
MtiRddlen/ Holy Nine : I
Sixiety :
Communion hicakfaMt to beheld : ; ,i: :;,; : '; ; "" /
;: 1;.<
this Sunday, April 12, at T .." '1;,'' <' : :'e.: ..::
: .
the Mt Yernora ;Yl '
Inn Winter ... .. '. '
Tjik The group will raelve ','

< nmmunUm In a holy at the Jacksonville choir sings in St. Augustine
F 3<) Mans Ilmervatlons for
rm inhere and their frlrn
Jie made, >>y calling the Bishop Kenny High School: hymns as the procession of the They also bang for the

83h- iiu 16, 8.W-3W8: or 8M.I.IIO.: :. Ills...-. choir in St. Augustine last Sunday. Most Blessed Sacrament moved Benediction.

The Altar Society aiilu pnrl'hloncrs Sodality prefect carries statue The Jacksonville boys above wore around the pilgrim paths in the -

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to bring new and. -
used article for the White William Pritchard carried the statue the Sodality of St Joseph Academy Recall Galileo

Elephant: hale to the /garageon / of Nuestra Senora de la Lethe y High School to carry the statue which MITKK IHMK (%(')-Th.

the Church wound( The Bucn Parto (Our Lady of Christian is enshrined in the memorial chapel on one!: major American observance

pale will he held at the Super| motherhood) in the lAw Sunday jul- the Mission ground.*, William la this of the 400th anniversary

Value I Market, Alumonte grimage at St. Au usUne's Oldest Mission year's Sodality prefect. of Galileo birth wa held
Springs/ on May IS and May here April 911. Speaker
It is traditional for the prtfect of
16. -- _. from England, }'ranee, German -
St. ; R ( ., and the United
Mary Mawfolen Wornen 1 > Italy
't Guild will mret at 8 p.m. vrr State explored the life and
Priest recalls heroic f
Tuesday etenlng, April 14. qualities S t.:k of the astronomer and
The program to I lie' held In physicist; who died In 1842.

church, will begin, with recitation Galileo was the first to
General I
displayed by McArthur
of the RoMiry, followedby 1 bring effective obxervatlonal

an explanation of the \'eat- support to the Copernican
menu cymbals of the llturgl- II). Father Patrick Connor theory that the earth resolves
Gear al Mdf
Aithur had h..<1I
rat colon, and the added u'. CWC News Senior around! the .un. The congress
I Li like
] foible all great me'i,
aels for the MaM mourned' in death, Douglas MacArthur was the here also: exhibited more than
made his
Now mid he mlxtakenI'o 1:
final arrangement are \I.e- who won the heart of defeated Japan after he CuthollcM the moral ra tar first etlitloni of works by
Galileo. and the principal
lug made for the St Mary l and his comrades had won the war. 'Unntv of the xxupatlon yearn %
,, of hU time
rlcntM to
Among the factors that contributed to his influenceIn In the
:Magdalen! Spring Dance, to >.K> Jjpdn wall reenactment
held Middy evening, April 17, Japan and elsewhere in the Far Kant was this: he by the Japanese filet of a

fiom 9 pm to 1 a.m. at the believed reverently In God and was never afraid to show eugrnUi law making abortion. Daytona Beach

Knight. of Columbus Hall Jt, He believed moreover that the first need of modern legally 'd"Y.th\ a cl.us. .

4IJ21:!': hart: Colonial I Drltf, Or. man is to acknowldge God* iIItJcocI| to promote artificial I

lando. Tickets, which ate $1 authority 'limn) IMC I hr more than any birth tuntroL Little children visit Mission Welcome Travelers

per couple, may )toe obtained) one "I"e |iie rnlril$ "Hotlrt' The Mellon of Mac.\rthur'a
"Ihe problem' In hunk'ally Furniture
flolmI; ,.. Norman Laiwtrik, theolngli." hit dmlrfii-d I In |HII"la mien 1If'/lin. an us i'I' headquarters' dealing with As they have for decades'!, schoolchildren gustine Their parents also were In the Porch and Patio Specialties:

8.:bd'Jll: ( ( hi* brief, solemn pwh on |h'.'I Inn rone In iiniilirm Jn- Japaiieh UgUlattnn held that of both races marched last procession which followed the Most Rattan Wrought Iron

the I".8.S. 1I"IICul'l.lftrr the pas. thlN was a purely Japan' .e Sunday in the annual pilgrimage to the Blessed Sacrament around the sacred Aluminum

Jacksonville signing, of the Japanese l | surrender In J9I6tie was. utwlrrptciwuie corKin In which it would Mission of Nombre de Dies in St Au- acre where Amenca's faith began hihway I-Ormond" Beach
not Interfere.Frly .
{ liS. from ---- --- ----
Most holy difiuer rnptemlnr 2, I'll Wanhlngton
The Must Holy Kediemerumens "Theie iiiunt b.> a tl'4.'rullr. and the Far Kuatern ('t>niml. : In the occupation the

\\' Guild 11 Jatkfton- eeme of the spiritual If we nton of allied iK,w,Ta to 1(1.llItn' \'. General had forbidden his offleers June 28 opens summer Floyd J. Tredway'a

\ the In holding UK flrnl raid ate' to save the material" .'. Id-ninU I and ctmiinu m..llur.lI.to advocate lie birth declared control Daytona Moving & Storage Co.Axenta .

and benefit nbow It Few the. nlata 'mncrlltlc"" freedom of
party were worlds loud
further that the question ofJapun sessions at St. John / ALLIED: VAN LINES, INC
mil t the April r. at the Hyde em who .*aUI anything, action. I MW them gleefully Camp
population growth p.t YTo.t Iii: .. u
Pork Country Club at 8 I' In. aoiind In that fateful year of exploiting thin freedom to Impiil -
WM. and would I tlf'. ouUldi 110 fur t'ampbrll- Mil w.. Alt'Rio 4-\.UT
Mi *. V\.illcr MtKenney la allied victories and blunder, rionixnlL re.i>\. ') and S\\IT2hHI.AM: Father Philip E. Halstead director

chairman of the event While Oneral; MacAithurWHS create ItMirrler In the war. the step dpi|'', larattim of his headquailerfThin of Camp St. John offers his camp ta a suggestion

supreme rommaiMlrr for weakened nation Mai'Arthur wan pub for summer enjoyment Father Halstead has listed some
lithed in the Catholic
the allied powers in Japan ..tIIlK1t\ 'only an long Karty prem. of the activities that the boys and girls of northern Flor- CLUB 92 SKYLINE
In 1017 he intervened to forbid ..1". older.. klih raakIKR .
Daytona Boach from 1045 to 11'tl, he frequently sassy ida will undertake: handicraft archery riflery boating
"i*>ke of Almighty Cnxl' in a p roniMil| general strike. I .\"I..rl4.nU.r, "fll. flatting softball basketball hiking swimming and other RESTAURANTSLobster
puViltc' aikttntenu. His words l..ter ha n.rtl. .*wl the com- tin sewed (. ..>... grestreapart aporis.

rang Irue. k munUtMtf, .. lee th. t'ash.dle lsiCl i' A rilotenan summer starts on July IJ and draws toa Frog Leg Shrimp
Hiring( 'the Korean war and I.ppreslare l | | what Itdune ramp chine on July Jl: .
1//. look him..." ami I lilt re* when Soul! hail tarn retafvtureil / for mankind.TheOiiNillcrellKionUt' r for youngiteri tampM. John Hoya and girls begin the> ALL YOU CAN EAT $3.25
% a aiMiiiMbllltleii isms uf mis.lun aerloiMJy l whlth, with rxpsel after the .Inrhon landIng I 1 U (mated. at Switzerland.Morlda .. catechism nexulon' on huixlay. .. Steak Italian Food Sea Food
of N-p4einlwr, Ji.-.O.'! Mar- near JacknonUlle July 2H and flnUh It on rrtd.
| him' ..he IturliM. of
| thing fur Japan he assist a
INTEREST hostile writer, Amrilcan. and Arthur i spoke|i three In a abort couple of time" to VUltura. The camp cu er ln( acre of ..y. AiiKuxt 1.Interested CLUB 92 U.S. 92 SKYLINE U.S. 1
iiiony reinitiating' the Ite- .Jl a,1' e n t. area
Hiltuh "public of Kwra gui rniiiwnt "I'no I weit what it baa dune Oak and Tin woodland on ,kecl to Contact rather; Philip Oppmlte Siee| <1wajr-' .('I. J- MI1 at Airport .Nrw Hmjrn
CATHOLICChurchHospital III Japan be fated an nil fur the fhlliplne*." He and the Saint John liver E, I( Dfrertitr
lie (mid a tribute l/> the M>| HAlatyd, Hoot
put itlentvd Unk btUtllng sirs. and marina. Meta hud 34ra., Martrthur. made" theirenlInternal For IhiMe who like ..", lmmini 13AA.1.' Oalnetle.! .1urNoi.
with urM-ertalntl t lh. ugh ". Jouniev' to re-
gHen their Ihen In the fightIng '.'|.''i''Ulljr, (She farllllU DAYTONA
hIs llfrirultle. were to tw 1 lessened v'lciI l the I'hlliipine In July icoantSPras::
and i hen. Invllrd all ptm> his. lade an <>l) m|>lr> else l ......L
by the dlmlpllne. and l'.IJ.. Jacksonvilleprepares
ant to loin him In publicly
School Induntry. of the .lapane*.*. He .He I knew Catholicism. probably Not only ckifK the ramp offr .
the 1-oid Prayer FURNITURE
felt the need of divine ......t. tiling from the extrrnala. of ektHlonal Gas Ihllen Mid

.BONDS ante and Inter felt that h.. Ihe ..I.| i-ri K a4 Ike pmjrr, ('a'h..lle life and from ('atfv w holexum. uuhkmr tile, hut It for

had melted It. "I 1 ruuM hat lnihi<.lia'l ti..m the hallrir lithe pernonalllte' rather than also eels the yutiiMHt In the

DANIEL T. WINTER A CO. have il m. It alone;' he wld. t.gdl.l| | bandingetpien.rd| l |h. til depth. of ik* trine. He wa (',thol''" almu.i>hf* lit) ivrtnt- CD A convention Lode S.I.c io" SHOWROOMS

111 Pi.rw. 1....... ".II t.. to me Mlmut HI'. In a tone of ......IIt i.1( She MrHKKl' lu itefrit'l > reK trrlri' | it an .KptMwiwIiuM: wry for |erunail growth. Quality; Fill,,'''''.

el ...,........ I. .'.. ..,..111 utter aliuerltyII Kiirra aKaU.I. *KXrr-/ts", thouih In Japan at !.** tar The hcl).' wwutkraft ura- Jllk'.O\tll.t.K: The Robert L. White Pres.

Nai/a . IIlh.I..".. inmmmiUm.' .\.J froleaUint. llplirupal. Hun h Ion Wiilns on "Sunday June April contention of the Catholic ,
serer ti* .
annari . they *\|>reuHp fur .
Ixinl rumMiinl"M, < Oppovt Terminal luildwq
\Ui .\HkMr. lilt I." ""Ion for ima end Uivii' "Ma.lrreft sessrkn '"*lll take place. on April 10
woe. Mm *
tilt tits hut tar wes a!*
cc I t.. U here ti>urt U.." Rimary
fl..ll"..k.. II l. ifurralljr bo'
-- 1045 "will he In charge! of Jx.. LETMILT
r |4lalttyKrcMraiUtn.

ENLARGED & REDECORATED trF4 en Frtrtajr at t pm.M H p m It2IJ Alltofl\o. Neent.l; Eip H
a program will h. presented| Tale. Care Of Yeuf
by swsslwt< of (ourt St. A II- Car Teo bl.t
paHine ta the h.dJnAm of the MIIt a
hotel f.. duw.H. hy a rwiui, e

Sty pany for memtiera and FOX TRANSMISSIONSREPAIRED

THE FASHIONABLE ADDRESSIN ttattrtlMv will "*+ the op.n
k4enbe.t: St. f..JtfHe :
tits a.eain. rul..1. ).....
DAYTONAAt r fnllowf'ft' | by hreakfaa anti d *-oll J.0900

t >*n the aft.shows) tnaanrMEMellllC 1129 N.. N... 14 HoI, HI
the P.ed4los, veal Cir* at O.t.... s _tt .SiuN.e "' .

.ddr.... Ye..'. *iay| al rk. r... vj
uili.1; ahwo.pker..l! an ..clv';i.. country' tkib" A l I'NJ' !. .a.. ei..1.t. a k.If.,
ti...r will k* *er.e4 !I. IkaiMllrvMH. r-------- _
I'.dwieeseq; pool pytt'i'q ,r..M h"ffle..Nf( __ _
e."rit as j" m."" p.ti.. and w5. d.tl b.'bec". '' i .

tifiti; and a ,."d (... 100 'fat per; Al a part .' CV. the loci i.,. 'milt i Grow this miniature 1

...,,d.y 5.i"1 at the P'''die..... .*..... will a4M s4 t8Mss. t i Florida orange tree g

2 BEDROOM 2 BATH APARTMENTS After t.. tls..i0iae a In your horn I II .

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START AT $210 A MONTH 114.At
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Sum and substance ........ .;.. .. 9 The Florida Catholic, Friday April 10, MM

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Are. you read; for martyrdom? -, To young women

1 month Pope stresses valuesof
ABOUT ago In Mtrtyrm U the peak ..1houses.
Vprk City, a killer tocane U ill the

stalked atd subbed a womanIn Moot adequate .way te satiate religious education

thre separate attacks. The Christ, ht Christ did Bet

murder In lteU WM horrible Father love physical death. He didsaffer
enough but tUl worse was the agony of the Croat ROMK (NP-) .Pop* Paul VI received the delegates of
the Joh B. the World Federation of Catholic Women and Girl
fact that 38 respectable, sot boc*..e .ho loved agony Young
Uw-abldlnf citltens in audience here last week The Holy Father's French
saw the Sb..riahead bet 1 f< assaults and not one telephoned ... nil rather.- language address contained a vigorous defense of a relipiouslvoriented .

the police. Aj the Importance of religious study e due a .
Did St Paul hate r
three attacks spanned thirty a passionate ll|-hr>p Endue: Guano ofi.ghora
minutes one phone call love of his beheading Each Catholic high school presticnrealises ler C Dolan president of Mel. tionTo
who the 'f"
could hate saved the 'woman cut off or his body rid He had love for Christ and he the Importance of a nlgttmospher \ \,' } mrne'a Central Catholic High School; six hundred membersgathered rote td.ire.., told gave the young

Does this mean that the law dled with bullets. took the headsman ax as a in the high school (urn, l-ather, Joseph J. Moran president" of the day before the women that the Catholla

of life In New York Is to save Maybe the Buddhist .monk necessary but unloveable way ulum. Father Edward Dowd former cordinal Mooney High School; Father said congress ended Top Paul (hurrh l I. doing' Its bet "to

tour own akin at all costs who soaks himself 'in gasoline to "be dissolved and be with rice-rector of the Cmtholic Univervtn IViwd. and Father Mortimer Danaher : remote frontier.* through ec:*

Utter reading about this case. and sets himself afire Christ" of America lectured religion teacher: chairman of the board of Catholic "The subject of your reflectloni mrnNm.

I came across a pertinent may have perverted passion Father Martindale In his in a formal gathering and then me schools and president of Bishop Kenny urges you to embrace

!<.tatement by Karl Rahner Inhlj for death but that's not true biography of St. Paul doubts with some of the diocesan high school! High School lift with" a Catholic outlook It* saktl however that there
Christian that Paul had esrludtnr from your field of are many barriers which must
Commitment. of the Christian m4rtTr. any ecstatic president From the left are!': Path. :
H. said that the apostle In There are however certain feelings as he faced death. "I vision no people. no race and l t. removed(I. even Internally

the modern world must be spiritual writers who do a dls- 'want to think of St Paul just no continent It Is preitwlvbecaune \\llhln the Church Itself

"ready to purchase eternal service by claiming the true now as the \'fryalmpl., quite Pieta packed by modern methodsto you arc (l'athull that there are obstacles to 'be ovtr

I If. by the witness of earthly apostle should love the pro lonely servant of Jesus Christ your outlook must not be tame which arise particularlyfrom

leath." In spite of what spect of death. whose work .was finished, and confined or limited' by any differences In outlook."

keptles might say, Rahner .who was just asked by Cod horizon he salil
p perfectly right. Now, I admit that tome of to overcome his tiredness, go weather ocean trip to New York *Th *e alto" think that re. li| thop Guanos *
the early OhrUtlia writer. to an appointed place and ll,tous education' shrinks our like tho*. rf Cardinal Pla
Th. apostle today mist be Including BUB who n..I...- die- By Janice" Co ()'. till The Pieta wa l"'a<1e
eady for martyrdom I lr became martyr, have One of my favorite martyrsIs NCWC New Fen Ice the irk that took It to standing what I t. unlver**! of the Netherlands, the

This is the practical test of given the Imprewtlo* that the. Blessed Edmund Campion. VATICAN CITY After weeks of broiled: discus- Naples' on the evening e-f are very badly mistaken The prenklent of the '"Inatlo"lrallll.l..t -

apostle.: If he is not readyor apostle should Iou death. Uk. St. Thomas More he ion, study and measurement the most m,,xicrn methods April 1 The statue "II Christian has the sense of the was Into sit: language

martyrdom he is not anpoetle I hive in mind for Instance dldnt .want to die He would hare been used to package Mlchelangti! !"' a masterpiece moved onto the Nulllcasporch whole, of the complete' ; the for the benefit of the

and his work la Ignatius of Antloch have been very happy If hehad the Pieta now aboard ship to the New York World'sFair. ant there put Inside Catholic I.I s stringer< nowhere delegates,
the steel outer te... h t rlllsen of the
loomed to failure And let me 'who wrote) ; "Let me become been allowed to continue .

ay that alongside the New the food of beasts! I am hi. work He took pains Um. The American transport committee N aded by Edward The rate wit painted whit world." the Pontiff tmphasited. Biblical experts

orktrs whose chief aim is the wheat of God and I am after time to escape! from and ton the I..ndrt.t.; .. .
i o save their skins, there are ground by the teeth of the those who wanted to put him Kinney reached agreement Vatican' tuthoritles r tom HU Holiness lp Paul The 'federations' worM con v'.ITK',im' (hCl ) -
and Italian shipper on how tk! toeless statue her to search l Pti I'.ul'I has named I3-r
housands of other Newer beasts to become the Immaculate to death. VI to Ills Kmlnnc rrsncts grew met out |
I kers who are ready her. bread of Christ. should be packed- for shipment to the taMcan Pavilion Cardinal (ItJ..nman.'Itlun ways, toward greater solidarity nard Cardinal Alfrlnk ol

+l nd now for martyrdom. Ignatius was a great saint HI.* err were OB his work at the fair. Pavilion New YorkVorMs among social rUme*,, or Utrecht t h. Netherlands,

However I think its very but the Church does not ark aot OB III. death hit If his Th. earlier plan of lining Fair" Th. legend was In rM anlsallon*, nations and .pea ransUkut Cardinal Koonlgf
work broogh. him to his death wad shavings shock absorbing Vienna and Mehrandri(
mportant to get our concept that all apostles have a similar as and blue lettering In KnilUh. plen-a world without frontiers
-oe be It. .
material between the Cardinal Anlonluttl, prefectof
I martyrdom straight Atlahner love of death. It Is enough The statue In Its 'watertlchtra.
l said the apostle must that they be ready for death 11the famous CampionsBrag three canes In which the statue was then railed out from Anang tho. present for the .icred congregation
was to have been shippedand religious, a. member* of the
to ready for martyrdom. He even though they hate the he writ. to Queen the porch onto a slightly slop-, the opening session\ on March
id not say the apostle mint! thought of It. Elisabeth: that the Jesuits' of wrapping the Pieta In Inn open| area, Workmen 31 were"
i.ve a love for having his In 1923 Pope Plus XI only aim In England Is to restore cotton' and cloth were shelvedIn \ nn.1| three stout wixln rvllera lm..rvl.<\ prefect of the M'

praised St. Francis De Sales the Faith cheerfully> favor of the uw of a foam As the crate morel fite- crest( congregation of semi.

o Brazilian, see and said that he had helped to carry the cross you shall like plastic railed polystyreneTht 'want they took the roller narle and unlveriltle, and

VATICAN CITC) to refute "a misconception lay upon us, and never to despair has plastic's makers claim It J .left free hhln It anti put It Canllnal protector' of the ,..1..1..rltloll.
eight the shock resistance
'opt Paul VI named Bishop already in vogue in his time your recovery. while we In front. A crane then \\H\\\ \ ant Fernandit Gothnal "
of earlier method
)5' de Almeida Batista Pelt and still widespread In ours, have a man left, to enjoy your Part of the d.I.ln the I'lela onto the open truck Cento who I. president IBM.** rt_ **,..
namely that true sanctity Tyburn or to be racked with packing which was willing at the fad of the erumenkal eounellsrummUwkm r......, .. ... .....
Ira to the set of Guaiupe conformed to the teaching of your torments or consumedwith was due to the fact that the uf the stairs The truck then for the lot, apntolate *- I ......,.,. parr ..',...,.
Brazil on April 4. At theme American committee. Vatican 1Off rn>. ,..II..rr rn a mi
the Catholic Church surpasses your prisons Indeed he drove down the Incline Into the press and enter
![ of his nomination tit wardlnary authorities and Italian shippers Huntisglen. M\ the bounds of human tried magnificently to have SI Peters anti talnment.
of the diocese ofBete engaged In lengthy di.. square proswllei
effort and at the very least Is himself acquitted In the trial to Hi. Mirth Court
Lajroaa. Ions the method
run on to
so difficult to attain that It that eventually Issued' In his In the Vatican. where II remalnd -
used In shipping, The Hall.:i
can In no 'way concern the ordinary death. all night under 'IJ.nt. SARASOTABRADENTONSAIAiOTA'S
shippers who had been ei
Daytona Beach Christian ." He didn't want death he
Aged to pock the statue "Pjetted On the morning of April 4.
I think the notion that didn't seek It; but when It to the use of mmle n Kinney soil hi. American s*.
martyrdom. Includes a love came to a lho-down-duth .ia.e rcovd| I
techniques, claiming that .1.. were by I
f Furniture Boob of death la just such a mis or denial of the Faith he proven method they h".,1Ud Pop Paul oho th.nk..1 them OOylrttr llnr
Cards milt
Greeting conception. chose death
In the peat were safer for their .Mi>rt* and iv

LLOYD COX Kinney satrl "I \iru1.rtut" "| them mxUlllon of his \*n-

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It The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 10, 1M'/ Liturgical

Pontiff extends scope of body Orlando to meetin

commission media (C.. on mass ther Donal >oonan. Father

Patrick Carroll.. Father Bernard

(C..I...... fr_ .... I) task "with such thoroughnessand The letter also states thatin t { J. McFadden Father

toral Instruction" which such zeal as to deserve addition to Its tasks outlined / r4t Keith Symons, Father TImothy -

would help Bishops "In the the appreciation of ell" The In Itonl PaHtorls the renimed lk1/r J. Allman Father Jona\
fulfillment of their' pastoral P. Caulfleld Father Michael
document further notes that commission: would
activities' in this sector" of Hanrahan. Father Michael J.
the council Fathers had have "within Its competenceto
mass media. agreed it was necessary that Implement the directive 1 Larkln, Father William A.

The mote proprlo aNotrme the competence of the pontlf norms of the decree of the Kelly, Father Robert E.

the Important of the teal commission should be extended Second Vatican Coum II regarding Farmer

cooperation of laymen with( to include the press the mass media, as Father Terrell F Solana

the rommiHHlon and In Its and to call "on experts, in also, according to provisionsof Father Lawrence CUnning.
work eluding laymen, from various article 28 of the same decree + ham, Father' John P. O'Flah

countries" to assist the commission the preparation of the 1 +* 1ft erty Father James A. Foy nes,
A spokesman for the com when necessary.The appropriate pastoral instruction Father David T. 0 Shpa, Father
mission pointed out that there' whkh will he submitted Patrick A. Quinn Father'
art already three' laymen on document then continue for our approval Philip E. Halstead, Father
the commission, Prince Carlo to lie eiientlal point: Thomas McGrane.

Pacelll' Count Enrico Galcazzl "Therefore since this authoritative I/axtly the motu proprlo p j / Father Desmond Finn, Father
and Vlttorino Veronese.' In vote of the venerable specifies'l that the commission, 4 Thomas J. Bergin' Father
the terms' of the so that It can deal with Its 1y ,
motu pro Fathers of the council is r Lawrence P. Redmond.
prlo it Is foreseeable that lay In accord with our desires, we new tasks "will tJe provided! Father John X. Llnnehan.

experts In all fields' of uncial modifying the name and amplifying with the necessary means for / Fath.r'I torto Aguera' Father
its activities and will avail
communications from around the tllllk of the Manuel. Couto. Father
the world will he called on above commission, by our own itself of the help of per,:ons I Fabian Gimeno and Father
as members' and advisers with experience' In the fieldof ,
'Initiative, with certain knowledge Jose Ruli
The papal document rotes' and after mature dillberatlon the Instruments of ma-3 e The following are membersof
media who will he called In
that Instruments of mans media by virtue of this letter the mu lc section of the

"among which the press' and from henceforth institute suitable! numlx-rs to form part rl 1 .,.,d 9V Liturgical Commission.
radio, television' and motion of the commission Itnelf.
the Pontifical Commission r Father Charles C. Anderson,

pictures have a particular for Mass Media, entrustIng The Pope states that the : Father William G Corry, Father

Importance, owing to their to It as regards the Interests commission' In serving the James G. Crotty. lather

close and mutual rehtlon- of the Catholic religion truth would serve to bring Michael Gannon. Father Cyril
ships, pose In our times problems the problems relating to atxiiit harmony among "peoples Generations have attended Low Sunday pilgrimagesThese Kennedy' Father Diego ('on.q. -

so grave as to Influencenot motion pictures, to radio and and he quoted Pope John Father Jose Cortes, Father
only culture, civilization young pilgrims in St. eral generations which have an. ground belong to the diocesan con
to television and to the dally who hllli l the foreign Alberto' Doce, Father
and public morality, but religion and periodical pr.,,"." press association in Italy Ina Augustine; resting on the sacred nually gone in pilgrimage to the gregation which hu its mother Miguel Garcia and Father

Itself" At this point the pope's let lil! 1 audience that hy "workIng ground at the Muuiion of Nombrede Oldest Mission on Low Sunday The house in historic St Augustine Manuel Morales.

This rnmml..lon. whlthha ttr pauses to pay special atttntlon < for truth one works for Dios, represent the latest of sev Sisters of St. Joseph, in the back- Named to the sacred arts
now been renamed the to the press human brotherhood -- --- section of the commission' la

fiimmUftlon for >!,.". Media. Father Roman S. Gromala.

had been given the task of. Southwest '
Holy Name men at rally

Examining the various activities -4ccth' Bishops favor use

related to motion pictures '

radio and television' to meditate on Passion of Our Lord : of Engtish liturgy

foster them' and direct them, r r

In conformity with the tench- ti .IIMM04 tr... ,..* II) t Mint\ of Host Society wel lie conclude) by Issuing a (('.......4 tr.m ?... II

ing and directive norms contained llln Hunds and then uNin| His 0 nidi: ) the visitors challenge to all Catholic men : : range revision of the worship

In the encyclical Miranda Feet until, worn out lie collapsed ILirold Keller president of to take to the streets' again of the Church In general

Prorsus (by plus XII) and Ills muscles knotted the deanery) presented Wll and march In profession to The American Bishops Issued

and with the directive whichwere through frequent spasms Hum O'Nelll who Introducedthe witness\ to Christ and to assistIn I: a joint statement In

to he given later by the and became strained' and par speakers The main lay protecting Holy Mother Rome In December stating

Ax| >Ktollc See. alyzed. Father Moran said l In speaker was Joseph MtCaug Church against the relentless that they had agreed" "to

The motu proprlo says the his Impressive presentation. han of Kplphany: |parch, Tam attacks! of vicious and gudlewpractices. I make full Use of the vernacular .

r>'mm Union carried out Its Father Moran offered Mass I la. concessions made by the
He related the history of council" They noted that the
at 810: ..m. for the Holy After Father Moran's talk
Ushers training the Holy Name Society, how council constitution allows
Name .
guests.Breakfast It became a Confraternity. In Harolil Keller appointed a the vernacular for mOlt of
IIII( IU.\\', IndU. (f.X ) was served In 15H-I and what the change to nominating committee composed the parts of the Mass that are
Five thousand ushers art being of lH>n Stanley of Sara. said aloud to the
the hall of the Disabled. American a lemfrttterntty meant In sung or up
trained to direct and Veterans neat by. Women terms of Intimate union with scita Mr. Padavano Knglewood. : Canon, and also for other
guide the 60,000! visitors exprcted and Mr O'Nelll of Whit-
of the parish! were In the Church. prayers such as the Sanctus
at the .IHlh International charge. field Flutes.lie \ and the Our Father
I KvicharUllc\ Congress .\_ |>m>.'ln( a need l..r
After their Rome
aloe meetingthe
preceded \VlllUmKiil.il
here Nov ml>er 211 to 1>>..'"no tUx parishes were represented. ( hrlMUw' Unity and cellos
"V l .! M. >jM t hhurih Atlantic City conventioneers U S. BUhop entrusted
lr tlThe : Bt lUphael, Knglewood "IMt IrnUf, he NloI, as when' __
( as representative- Implementation of thrtr rl
ushers art I being recruited ; Fplphanyenke: ; M. the MMlrlf HH llrl lnlliNled .1.t. the Florida' WeM Coast Uymen's Monsignor; William F McKrtver, of the Florida communities is Mother rixlons to the RIhops' com-
In the Martha, Sarasota; st. Bernard, In iMn.lle Ills ..llhlgrskliin -
from parishes
archdiocese of Jlmntwy At Anna Marls Island l; St Joseph heresy. Retreat .\..Mirl.tlnn. left Miami school superintendent andrlth..r Mary Carrnelita 0.S.F., right, resident mission on the liturgical!

least 20.iio()( foreign guests are Prudenton; Our ndy Mr. Kuhn announced that Mortimer Danaher, right director provincial In Baltimore. With her at apootoUtt.II .
Tmlsy w. must <>(>|><'"e I Ignorunce
of schools
expected to attend the congress queen of Martyrs. retreats for thl{ area would in St. Augustine the convention of Catholic educators in was the work of this
John Cursy, first vliepres- and wganlsm In theme U heM I July 10. 11 and 12. spoke last week with Glen Riddle Sisters Atlantic City wu Sister Hose Therrse rnmmlMln. hat formed the

way Mr MiUstigtian ,t spiritual exercise such asa of St. Francis: who are represented 0.S.F., left She is director of education basis l nf dliK-BMlon. at the |r*.
went on. l try ""' hint( In thestreets
retreat. Mr Kuhn said, Is in both Florida diocese The superior for her province. oral meeting 01 the l'.$.
to 'ptihllclse
SCHOOLSROSARIAN In orderto --- IIUh<> >. here.
frequently netrwtary -- ----- --- |
pui>lli tribute to ChristBrooksville
alUla a high decree of protective
Joseph Cardinal flitter of
strength against the Titusville begins conventto St. Louis and ArchbishopPaul
/ sets wiles. of Ratlin. and everyone
ACADEMY Mailman of Atlanta arc
should attempt to, make a retreat -
Resident" ami day school for girls, on shores of b...llt.l t' S. prelates on the commission
lake Murlh. Ursdes one lo twelte." Icily .rre<1lle.l. sew April 19 rally serve expanding schoolIn In Rome to which tile

r..l.llni| _. All .iwwla| manic, art, dro..llt. iMrerlrd by liturgical I derisions, of national
HUler of ".. Ikomlnlr, .'UI'' r.(nli' >g s.lrtre*.: llrgl.lriir. for West Coast HN Churches stand Ie ..sS..... ,... ,... I" this ftMt phase of the skin were Father Hare's Bishops' conferencesare

IttuUItI.A"l)\\o'I\: ', M'>:MT I'AI.M IIK:.11'I Priest. In breaking groundfor content, the rent of the first ........n&., Father, Ih>mlnlk submitted

IC......... r... .... Itsae "HKUTI: : <(1<.> Mon. a convent for 10 Sisters floor will Include the community Rultay and rather Thomas The U S. nuhnps' commission
Seven Sisters of .
In the lw.nllUI' IIn....- uliiiuir Kiign: i.;llant, vicar nowstaff room refectory kitchen H Grace; said th*.. vWtors. on the liturgical aprwto

Academy Of The Holy Names du kill. general nf the illi T, of the grades Mt. Teresa and klndergjr Srhlwd'gNten and .foundry for the Sisters .111tkma (1IMr.... yw4lman.' late U comprweif of ArrhhUh-

lUtident I sod day school (for 9iJl' ,. Gfadei 011' to helve l Fatty Juneau \l.i-K4 and .puMor of ten. and parlors for visitors Xather Martin IL Tower. Father op Dearrten Archbishop HiV
.1..hn l Savage. and his. staff Holy Family church In the Ten cells will Itnan. Watersof
accredited Pr09'.'" (tnclwdit college p ep '.'ery' and general occupy DsivW Page. Father Peter
surest, feau(. art a"d iporH. CenducUd by SiI", el the Holy met with Father Edward thisa"ek heart of downtown Anchor- tthe.. the new .......... .ett>fwt fhnt C (),...... Father Sean Raleigh and Blshrp Victor
Nsmei. Illf "Y'hore loal.,ard, Tampa Florida to make sddMlnnal age. wan on* of the first rttl- cress. this Utl' before rk.ml The new convent will| t.. UoOoy a4 Father Alfred LeThe J Red of OkUhociM City and
11.UK rur the deanery rally malts of that stricken city to KrU, Ik. cpM-e )I. the l.mr built due went *>( the exiUeg UWJE. Tuba
The Mass will I I.. .t 11 aj succeed In etting a telephonecall |>. .rj tensest cliff" b. .ill- convent and schnniU
Hrk. 4 DrUAvenue 9kn t* I* lassoed In
In the en
PHsmiry Other evettU# wttl tel through to Seattle lied let she eighth grad..1Ike '.....,...... )1.ILeU spoke the new St Teresa Convent. CLEARWATERAce

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CAMP A dlnnw win he rmt (M contacted hv ArrbNuhopThtmiM The new C'OI'I.ntill| be Ike 4.,', ,,rm. hy gliisgIte..dkllo. ('?untC.ilM! ; v
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for adults, $1 l for eMMreolaixl lly of Seattle ionetruted by J >R. Martin I
the women and cMhtrwt With the neap i nf the U.S. (b of M err lit Island There Messed Ir.rraalesl.Riau t. Hardware

Boys 8 to 14 will\ enjoy am evrarstoei. te Air Fnrre .\n 1I".hopMto will/ h* a chapel. l and sacrtsty '" no pined' him and ..", K. O'A.U.s

t..d$ eiclwtively by Ke. S. .,'.", el Don loue. leotod ... WeektwacMe SartnsV ..... nnllv I* s KjpUin: drtegate on the first fhwr rather O Hare for tAe orra' d ('.", ,.., "'-
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