The Florida Catholic
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 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 17, 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: UF00079916:00016
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
Preceded by: Voice (Miami, Fla.)

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T' Ftor t dJa Mission/ library i microfilms

Catholic sources of Florida historyto

ST. Al'firSTINF: Florid -The Mission of Nombr

de Dine Library her announced this meek the acquisitionon
microfilm of the East Florida Papers administrative

VOL. XXV, No. 25 Orlando Florida Friday, April 17, 19ft I 10, documents of the second Spanish occupation of Florida,
1iS3-I I.

The original documents, 65,000 in number are' presently .

housed in the Library of OonirtTM in Washington.). C.
Vital faith holds keyto By means of microfilm they will return home to St Augustine

for the first time in (W years

I The start of the vast microfilming project has been

hailed by Florida historians u one of the' greatest advances t

vocations Pontiff to date in accumulation of documents relating rh

: Florida's early Spanish SI"\Anl-h| prints, and pioneers' 1= : :

VATICAN CITY (NQ)-Pope Paul VI has told theworld's The prayer ap|>calod fur history Iou no1..., thus city, oldest In T.

Catholics that they hue a duty to foster vocations "many young men who nuy (Wr.I Ilemliert W Patrick the I ,ruM Mate. In 1*>A

I not only because of the Church's need for them prolong here Your minion eminent lorMa" historian Here too. the first mission"

but also because the number of vocations to the Priesthood and edify' Your Mystical J Hodv, cull the ask Florida! Papers to the American Indiana afounte.1
the C'hunh..nd alo for by Spanish( diocesan
are a "precise and indisputable index of the vitalityof the moat valuable single Ptlr.ts.Quadricentennial. t
"generous hearted
the Faith. source: collection on the colonial
!. hU prayer Pope, Paul women who may grow In
In an appeal broadcast over of )lor"II." U
asked Cod; that lids,'. jroath their desire for evangelUalperfection era
Vatican Radio on the world one of the scholars whone
and derit.atelhemsehee "
*.. may Net will mark the
.h.0.1' thirst t,1''b
I may
day of for vocations
prayer comments are. carried in fulleUewhere
to the er\ue of
40>*h of the
(April 12)), Pop Paul cited ,' nherml redemption for the Church: and their m,ctv/ In this Issue.-Fxt) even's .nnl\frur1 in partUI! commemor.a .

the word of St. Matthew: which \0' dally renew four burs, who, M t'eratcty! need Th. Nombr* d* Dlos 1.11W'are tlon of which a new library

The harvest l I. treat but the Mrrlflre upon the altar.' such a" Ut.ince and cT ..: |t\. stands on the site where srrhlvei will he erected on
laborer are few.
the out mission" grounds
Pope Paul also
composed aprayer t rr
i 7h microfilming of the
aiklng Cod for an In-
Ea: "t >lorlda Papers I hifl.*
crease In vocation to communities
r of 11'\nil scholarly programs J
of Brothers and SItten. -
to be undertaken hy the 11-
w, bun (In I'M ant !"*, state, <|
The Pope said that vocations Father! James HUn, pre...lajent l-
are few "compared to
of the KU\ Au..UfI.
the Increased necessities of Spanish documents microfilmed I
ti roa |ounil"' ilon.
pastoral care He added:
rather Healln aakl that
"Few they are In consider Several: joint phutodupllea. In WathuiKton I>.C,, Library of 1Rth and. IDth century Spanish Florid

tlon of the exigencies of the tton pr iota are now. helwgworked Congress official, Dr> JUnW" J, ll nl', an bring duplicated on microfilm by'

modern world with Its uneaa.mesa out with the Library left and Stephen| U Salmon, right, the IMocw Dr Uml U the assistant\

Its need for light and of C''ngre..* for the acquieHimn examine! !East: Florida& ra|
guidance. w of Hiirlda+ materials still InPpi Spanish| Perio.1 with, Father Mirhael Mr. Salmon U acting chief nf the IJ

The Ch'rf'the' Patlff :n.Trove. \". Cannon director of the MU brary of ConjjrrM photo-dupllcatloa:

..leI. dada la need of ".,... skin of Nombre. de' ljt\a Library In St. services.Project.
era and director who are progreiulT history Augustine The original' documents of

rat rmpathfiie' for Father lleoltn ei4alne
the pail" .. well at ef vorallon .t th,* Nombre rte lilies peninsula I......... to the
", il> ._
to rare for h. peat
---- -- _.
14>>rary I II up| rteii by theft t'nltiNl Mate In 1WI a the hailed

a.mbrn, who baT alnyedfront Another convent blessed in TampaIn Auguatlne rfMM' . Christian. Meal and
which ha* been formed" under up the ftponiih * who are Indifferent bat th! vf Artn
who atlll need to Be* .In the ecclesiastical' procession jrnor John Anderson of ':rif'. St Pat chairmanship file at St. Augustine were
Joseph P, HurleyTn t..nI. \ by officer.
Prleot. aid Kellgio. tha above, at St. Patrick parish, Tampa rick School children lined the path of laM-p rtMrtoty Farris/ Bryant
nf th* new TertltorUt ( vrnment.
lading ..ampl. of a perfect Jut Sunday, were, from left Father the procession to the newly constructed .......... .baa ,1II.rl. r
Ckrl lUa II..." Bernard F. Dittman. Archbishop Jo- convent dedicated for the' UN of the .f Ik* ..*4rWeote..Ul oh.er- Governor of Florida
deter, In )ItA, th* dew
,. and
.e.edlh. MlMli,
"A bon all there Is a great eph P. Hurley, Father Mark 1. Me- school's teachers, Missionary Zclatricra ,.h... ....,.1, .*... prltalo ",.nt. were rt.i..*ti.
need for dedicated\ hands on Ixmghlin. Father John X. Linnehan of the Sacred Heart ....,.... Imf. ||. food. library of CDitgre**, share Dtot In St. Allt""IM f., IH ..qul. .] ." .f! the. tied
the miNion field where so Monslgnor John F. Scully and Monsl- they have remained ever ,...w. lapses ... miflm.." It I U a Mvra .f t real pet*!.
many of our brothers need The rul; I1 rt>la Papeia alitr 'In sills from their I. Ka.. these ,.1*' back In the SUU .l FlerlJ. ae.4
to be catechised, helped and now being microfilmed are true bom at "'". Aiisualln thus" ....UWW. U WtUrUnt.. .f! SpanliVC.oeJal HotUa"
onuoled.* parish convent -** -- Tampa .
and JIS voluoie of *
h wi on mlcronini.
The Pope said' the rotation laminated pace.. Dr. John A. HarrisonHead
rate la an index to a people's
Tn .. |
lYIor to 1 2| when r lor Hafierame 1r..rdlsatI.pit.|
Catholicity because "w here a Territory of the Uor. of ,...*. oep er* foe the
vocations to the Priesthoodand blessed at St. Patrick United' fltate them ilnrtimenla ......, of .1...rMa. ... b... Department of History

religious lire are abundant were stored at lit. AuguMIno oolterMller ..,*... byror
there the people live TAMPA .Archbishop Joseph P Murky blessed StPstrick's Catholic schools every effort In the pr *lnrial file of Ib.Cos.rmW r......... Ik* Mer .. University of Florida

generously In accord with the convent her Sunday, April 12, at ceremonies will be made to keep of I.....t P 1c........ ......... Per W. Itstl 1,1i.rn. 6ain.lvUt.

Gospel There too, you find that started at 3 pm. His sermon in the church afterwards them close to Hun. (West llnrMa was 1 k+rww's. ''MI.,........,

good and fervent parents who Indicated how Impressed he was U he walked' I"'crl"' ; John ,.. finally. panhandle, e" ....."( a* far The p. K Twice IJ...." olVxMa *TK ",,vl*>'.t.4* ef the f.., fU'le'a' .r. uup/.d/

ar. not afraid, but ratherhappy among the rows of the .parish children. These children and the perUhloner of .... .. the W.*......|H Hlter until > lluii. ..., .t the tnlterotlf .;itk/ Mv* SUHon.(..ti.A, .... stabs. FL.Pl' a fire ao.

and honored, to five belong to God he said and as long as they remain in I'jtrKk Church In Tamp. 110\ w tth a ..,....l atHub ,.... irf /.'..".. ..4 the as.Augwllss. .- .1 IM ...... ol ae wMienefy .... .. Ih.. SP.tA;
the Church.
children to
their "or. rnocraiulaleW by the 1.1.1 IIMorteal. s.." ....... stll.n" ..l ko W.kU >. Pie. .e.ta..4
Arrhbiae" M Use ymttii adHwr .Hmtiiyha H-a... J. Die 'for ."'.J"'tI.' .ttJ ",.'itlf; ....ableIM.
aentreH Ua MH>rt.4. and
o/Iife/ "
God's/ service noted oil their ,...wa.. iwleeoflbM.. e4 a nn. a ef .>f .. d.ewne/s.

50 years in In tree (Unttr tra Ht n. AktwM all .4 the i.*......... the*. A. ........ ila ever theAM .

I t they Sere haiiH. Hisser eikwrh.thetr .. I., the r*.t '1c,",. f'.,-." Isere Dr. Rcmbcrt W. Patrick
oehint al now theircnmetrt .. iUteftne lie AuflwO ..leeH .1 .
a s >n th O. sane.I.p'elsM
Mother Marguerite O.S.F. In onter. t* ....,., plied ftf the ".."'.... .............. Inr the
by even. at the puts. of .....vtte. When '|>.ln te.J. | h M..lu', r.,. S Graduate/ Research Professor
a OirtaUon f'tturaUon for

Hy a staff writer klona_ McNuhy.. ...tnrof their rlilMren. he aaVL of History

1 :lnoITNFMother ),f. Marguerite O.S.F, principal SC. ...iVitncIc.....nt: Church IlunMnKor Intarp -......... .. *.Ml- .. Espiritu Santo parishto University of Florida

of Central Catholic High School here has just .A dedlreltoo 1.7.e tfcrmiirot .
of 23 of service to the Diocese Georg Osjsisjln s. pawtor .. .rtw.... of Gs'rmvjlU
marked the passage years OIl KB4phe4ty Cwiareli Iak V*. wet t build church and hallrUITTVHAKrvOK
of St. Augustine and her own golden Jubilee) in the Sisters ,I.. Ml....o.ff 1.Ieukee ofIk
hacuoi: Father I-ouU c.It..t..u. .. .
"tUrrH lleatt, Mellkerf /r pies/ el fko AV< O :. Tf..>f tfa tail
of St. Francis of Atleg any. New York. celebrated" prUwtixl of M.tsrMr".r .. .r.o.<.. "..111 of IUo, A combined hurth and haH .tIt t ,....1.1.; ,.,.. ... ._ M>. pepw1J* .1 .1Ie Um>.4 }'.*.*.
The celebration was crowned by a Mas \r+ High. l Vhnul laN .. .oerl ofIk rf'y. Fafety Harbor's pariah of K>p4rtlw Santo as a merit ,..... peps. M s,1....... heist 1111 ,. IU'' ..e.Ph. .
and served former and present students of the Sister ? .rth Murnl *u itrii ri. and Italy. the ft e g ...... .
by .
or4. ao4 MMkee N. a fund.rakinf campaign" for $100 'If) in t U A.ld Ihu eelwbi.'uj. Meese .. .. M .to. ....,;;.,
who has inspired. many vocations to God' service. } L... r.'r.Il' u> ninf. r, ea5 ef ,1....... f h. ".,......... ._...,..l lei .... .en...
,.. rtnth.. The .
eoeuilructiriei is for the
rUwolU. ore loritl If* r'fof rknirrh #
Among the many "letters b.m. of It.* f. uitf a. hAt Pies ,.....,.. whales. ...S t... _.-4 ./ ..leisq the.
taught' and was principal at .... l...Htlr... '"ty on lUiuls &+41 opp..d. fhllUi. Park In .,.* liar.
u TIIIUI. rage I .. .
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art: telegrams of eoniratMfcvt .. .h1A..y. e* oMW.. Ntel..4< f r.S.1.''Ott. .ttoII.
'', 'J revived by Mather was 81. Pawl SrlMMl.\ 5l PelT Thete ,.Mer its" M. PtrV r. 'r, arrordMa; to Father Mat isVy.. 1wi.q" .... $...s.4p..i.s ,....... I...1
ore fr m the Vaitrn in Rome burs under bilk of .these u.. k's In Tamp ami peered .limA I'd' r Ihttman. The ol* .H| ...< rue ,.. .t.4.... -4 .....,., ef ph.. .4stit e ...-If; Ht sf

Irrnarttng the papal. l Mewing. ttagtlMie PrteeU. Heart |tr.M.4 In. heel!.. Pert I .........," ., *VK a I..... ,......***. Tk. k.U .... em ......- ..... It u.1.11. ,.. tp ...,......, .-.4 .,.Jity,

la her s signal The of tN Many guestsPresent T"uns? wanes .1 A.erva n..t to "|M/H) u bring. ........ ..... 'Ike. (Ca.o..r..h I" -'Mot .. ....hesxsleeslnb.Aw

d. who hot f. /ads. Hat pa4M. a. .,.,... f."r funeto .. every A alphas HM span IM. IMrrWk .. M.M. 110., -; ..'......... h. (... /he.'

M .ve* Marguerite has kept asv> fnr IK* r..n-atnn ....... !. oorty an tit.w t5t/rs+r, hall, A ...., *e.. .... .*... *..J *v.(.... /Aria ........,. .. '....i.; .... Tk.|
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e>'..-. over \130 flMMs several w were _.M chi for Fete I e*,l hate .*.. ..lr<*!4 l. Yea 1 ag .*... sill lie krr .... .o.M. of CU ........... 'M .... IJo4.1 S'..... I a...tI
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3 The Florida Catholic Friday April 17,1964

{ Florida ReportsDaytona r Bishop outlines purposes

Beach RocUedge New Smyrna Beach:
human authority serves
Father LopezCregory St. Mary Sacrrd Heart

Selbert, son of Mr. The nut general meetingof Mr\ Ignite J. Parsons has MIAMI SHORES (NC) Human authority is a
and the St Mary Women's Club been Installed as president of
Mrs. F. It. Selbert, 43 and service whose origin Is in God's creativeact
New Britain Avenue. Ormond will he Installation of new officers the Altar Society of Sacred phenomenon
and is not only established in the Church, the State,
Heart Church Other officersfor
Beach an honor student and Wednesday, g pm.,
junior at Father Lopes High April 22 1061. Installing of. the coming year are: Mrs. or the family for Judicial purposes but to Inspire encourage

School received a National fleer will be Mrs."Joel Sayers Leo Blanchette, vlce-pre initiative, and coordinate purposeful lives aspirations

Science Foundation Grant In Jr., pant president. of deanery. dent; Mrs tarry KatH, treasurer and undertakings, Bishop John J. Wright has said here.

Mathematics to rtoIMn Col- Thou to be Installed are: ; Mrs. Mark Glasgow recording Bishop Wright of Pittsburgh disciplines and

secretary; anxt Mrs ------- ._--- ---- -- _._ spiritual 11111'0al
President Mrs. M J. Ce-wac; --- a member of the theological I restraint. that reamn and
vice.president, Mrs Larry Arthur Griffith corresponding commission of the Revelation inculcate-

Brown; secretary, Mrs. I.. L. secretary.. New Smyrnans install society leadersFather Second Vatican Council spoketo
McFarland; and treasurer Members. are now fprepar- more than 1000 clergy religious Bishop Wright pointed out

Gregory; 1J Mrs. Arthur S. Zimmerman. Ing to manage a bake sale Francis Donlan C.SS.R. con. Larry Kate, Mr. Leo Blanchette the and laity at Barry that those In the position of

booth at the forthcoming gratulatca leaden in his parish at New pastor with the president Mrs. Leslie College on "Conscience and authority must for the take
Sarasota Smyrna their salvation
Relbertleg of own
.h April :rJI) May 3. Smyrna Beach on the occasion of the I, Parsons, Mrs. Mark Glasgow and Authority.
Incarnation mindful they are, In
"Within the family within
installation of officers by the Sacred Mrs. Arthur Griffith.
The Ave Maria Guild of Incarnation St. Petersburg Heart Altar left Mrs. political society, In the worldof themselves not only the
Society; from ,
Church will Install Bishop Starry -_-- ---- -. teaching and philosophy, equals but the least of the
officers at luncheon at WhUp- For the eighth annual athletic in the realm of morals and brethren

summer program. This erlng Sands, Siesta Key., on award banquet of Bishop Jacksonville Winter ParkSt. OrlandoSt. religion, authority is of all "Modern Popes," he salt[

grant if I a tuition free scholar Tuesday April 21. All women Barry High School at Port- Woman's Club Margaret ILiry James concepts the least popular" "hate seen authority as obliging

hip. awarded to the top twenty of the pariah are Invited. OCall, Bob Cousy considered Guest Speaker for the April!) On April 8 the following St. Elisabeth Guild of St. Bishop Wright said noting them to provide intellectual
students of six
flva out Mrs. Charles Ockelmann tops In the spurts world, has meeting and luncheon of the were elected as officers of the James will receive Communion that the concept and fact of leadership, spiritual

hundred who applied for It. Southwest Coast Deanery been asked as the guest speak Catholic Woman's Club of 'it Margaret Mary Holy at the 0 o'clock Mass on authority are not merely direction, effective example,

through a special examination president Will Install the following er. Jim Hellnger .U chairman Jacksonville was John T. :Name Society for May 196", Sunday, April 19th. Followingthe widely discussed at present and indefatigable challengeto
In their chosen field In
; new officers" : tit the event. The committee rule I Jr. astern Airlines d. April 1996: Mass, the Guild will have but also universally threatens all who acknowledge
Gn, case also mathematics. Mrs. .A. J. O'Neill, president; assisting Mr. Hellnger Is rector of community rela John Cashln, president; breakfast at Ronnie's. I. Peter's authority and depend

Applicant were requiredto !.Ir.. Louis! Lautermllch. first comprised of Jack O'Brien lion for east Florida. l Dennta' Sweeney, first vice- "It Is established Christian upon It for positive leader

write an essay stating their vlce.president; Mrs. Lewis I and" Tim Murphy, finance; Art The World's Fair was the president; James Nasle! seo K of CMon.lgnor doctrine that one who hold ship as well as negative gui

reasons for desiring the grant Juhass, second vie.president; McQuillan arrangements and theme of the meeting, and a ..ice-president; Lawrence Bishop Council authority stands to his subjects dance in the battles for truth

Mr.James and O'Donnell son of Mrs Walter Kutc, recording decorations; Ed Osborn and highlight was the presents Hreen secretary; Garrett 2112 Knights of Columbus In the place of God. But and goodness to which their
Mrs Allen
813 Forest O'Donnell secretary; Mrs. John Tape, Art Callahan, tickets; Me. tlon of a color film narratedby ('rutt)', treasurer; Edward will hold their annual "bull this must be understood In consciences summon them.

Beach also Lane honor Daytona student corresponding secretary; Mrs. Parker, program and publicity Lowell Thomas. biugnlln, assistant secretary; roast" on May 2 at Camp San Its most positive and fruitful

and junior an at Father Lopes John Krennan treasurer; Mrs. ; and Norman Huts, awards Mrs. Hollahan Cahill and John Marclnak, assistanttreasurer Pedro. Camp San Pedro Is located sense; it must not b* limitedto

High School won a National Anthony Hanks, parliamentarian TampaKof Mrs. Cyril Seddlng were co- and William Ander- between Maltland and meaning that the superior, St. PetersburgEnjoy
; and Mrs Joseph Nutto 0 chairmen and Mrs. Donald turn, marshal. Goldenrod and for complete natural or Religious, only

historian Holy Rosary Council 5002 W. Cox had charge of decors The elected officers will b* directions and admission tick- represents the authority. of

I Chairmen for the luncheon In Tamp will hold their third tlons. Inducted at the May meeting eta contact Hill Sykes GA God In any merely negativeor
are Mrs. Norbert Itevyn andMrs. 49483. Everyone Is Invited. Inhibiting sense." AUTOMATIC
Thomas J. Lane, with annual benefit smorgasbordat Our lady of AnjrrUAn Douglas McKinney was Donation for adults 12,50, children
I Busch Gardens on April April follies variety halrman of the nominating He reiterated that human "Keep.Filled"DELIVERY
whom reservations may b. under 12 free and 12 to
ia James 24 at 7 Due to State laws tummltte*. needs
., made before April II. p.m. show sponsored' by Motherof 18 half price authority always the
this must be an adult only Good Counsel Circle, Our John I/oftus, who retired
There will for the
O"hlft..UI games Phone
Anna Maria (stand' affair. A donation of $2 per Lady of Angels Catholic ,.tier serving four years as children game booths and Union Park
person will be asked. Church, will b* presented In ti:.'usurer! received a rising St. Pete191111
St Bernard plenty of fun for all. Th affair
I tickets call rote of for Union Park Mission Wom Clearwater- 44VR3I4
For pleas one the- Prudential auditorium appreciation a job
begins at noun and ends
At a meeting of St. Bernard of the following: Hick Oaugh- AI|;''ft 24, at KeVUiclc. A wld \\"-11 done. at 8 en's Club will sponsor a

Science grant In mathematicsto Guild Mrs. Angelo Mini. an KM-1038! Walter Ankerson variety of entertainment wHI The May meeting, In addition p.m. "Spring Swing" Dance, April

the University of Miami rhello, chairman of the nominating AilflWl: or Conrad Webber be featured. Admin lon: adults to the Induction of officers St. John'lannf'Y 19. from 930: to 12JO at the

summer program and an alternate committee presenteda 83ft.30S2.) II.1 children 2ic. Publte'eordlally will feature a special The Woman's Club of St. K, C. hall 4421 E. ('vloni,11Prlva. OLDEST and LARGESTIN
grant to Rollins. Jim slat of officers who were Donation U $2,60 PINELLAS
Lake Wales lnsrited.Sacred > L program to be presented by John Vianney parish elected a
unanimously elected. Mrs.
entered thirteen' different
members of st. Mary MagI new officers last week I Incoming couple
phases of the program and John F. Lftdd. was elected a* Holy Spirit Heart "
d I >len Church. on the 'Evolution officers are: president,
thorn of president, serving with her Mrs, larry Bailey I of Largowas The .h. f M Indian Rods Beach
may now any one } i> RsMwl I and Progrvax of Church Mrs. Robert II. Kepp; >'lceprenblent ,flt1.
them he wishes to ar* Mrs Victor Miller, vice guest 1lf'akiPr| at the lJt.fC.'OuM"lC} Miar $
pursue .,)Ir.
Music from the beginning"' Mrs Robert L.lbtau St Jerome
Mathematics will probably I* president; Mrs Philip/ Hauen-[ luncheon: meeting of the Jack Kirkland! of rstcannrt
Ml parishioners are cordially recording secretary, The Mass scheduleat
; Sunday
and Mrs. Club of Catholic Women heldat
his final choice also stein secretary; Volunteer Aire Detwrtmentspe
III v It"l. Mrs Charles J Holtschnelder St. Jerome Church will tIC
the Florida Power Home
?algae nul'ont!, treasurer, .K on water MfeT/ hefollowed
Our Lady of Lourdes Service Center Tuesday, April currfwpotvllng secretary, Mrs. changed< to 8 and 10 a,m. beginning
by A movl ant mien Melbourne .
Newly elected officers of) Lantana 7. She spoke on the Confraternity omtratUm with a dummy. All Harry Gear; and treasurer May 1. w

the St. Jude circle her are ItetrraU of Christian Doctrine.Sh ladle of. the parish,., are 1ft.'It..1 KofO Mra. James Drown.

Miss Eugnla Nicola, chair A retreat for mothers of defined a Confraternity \ end urged to attend. The Knights cf Obtumbm' Lakeland

man; Mrs Daniel ..larlLl.,., eo young families has twin a* a group of men unitedto There will be nominationof F'.11 her Gabriel OiUrtfll 3714 HEINZENSERVICE

II.... Florene Nelson relay the teachings of ill hold an house meetIng St. Joseph
chairman: planned' to take place at the officers for the following( : open -
secretary; and Mrs. Chester CenacU Retreat House, litsnRouthJlixte ChrUt A 15th century Priest year aril plant will be dh/, Tuesday evening at 8o'cfeick Father William J. O"Farrell.pastor E

Storey, treasurer, (Rout I). Lantana In Milan Italy, recc'1111..1| cussed for th. IwlatbtlKb April 21 at the MOON of St. Joseph's parish \ hUensm ,
the nd for laymen to assist n.\I,41kNlh ,,,.,.
the 'weekend r>f April. ivnit end the chwth..e.r highway\ In Lakeland installed the new
21-:8. Father Walter A. llelllyUJ with religious Instruction Mrs. Heed, will and founded school for .... ,. An, eaem.
St. Petersburg of Brooklyn, will b* the a for the spring dance to beheld getting acquainted with during the March meeting ems ...a. U..r.usa
training caterhhts. The first the: men of the following PirLhe .
retreat masterNamed May Iflth at the National held In the pariAh hall tan oar.re sTAMeill
group was organised In the Guard <: Our lardy of Ixuirde, Those .... a iii' A... ...
Armory presented to the society
I'nlteH _Rl_._t_*n< .In'_ tlMM _In__ .New_. .. >\l'li".urne; Am! 'ew1on, Eau: for the new term of ,.... ee..IIS BLUE RIBBON

aide York City. San JCMM Cilln,, St J.''-eph. p.lm Day offiee are Mrs Drannen Keniin.ts FINANCING
flhe traced Its growth to the "\\' '. Fair tint" ," Is P, wH build
,,'" '- \'.\TIC'0 TV (SC) 'frvxhment will I b president; Mrs. Paul help you buy or
Pop Paul VI has appoint present day where It Is now the theme given to the
Father Giorgio Cantelllno8D.B the goal I of every parish to sert-card party whkh will he J., I IItwr i h""IIf'i t' i i, i::1 K Hill recording secr- I' -IUI.\Trn.tTtltillnt'RCI) : IN l cost. Put him to wwl for you.

1vhu ., undersecretary of the participate In the many phases spnniM rei| by the Run Jose I I- ',1 a !SpuU of michije > trand Mrs William J. !hT. Pint Federal SavingsAnd
f>f the work. Pariah edict on Thursday ..' .Ott the
pontifical' commission' for rrT: C. '-"IIe1l.!! tree :rcrtog Lean Association
; J Ihii9 Mrs. Thomas McKenna pre.stolen evening, April M at I pm In -- ._ -- 347-5085
.. &biblical>> studies. bu.ln..1 Oi St. Pelsnburq
On. of the ecumenical" at the meetIng the HUhop Kenny I High I
She announced that School cafetorlwm. J.j' konVIII
council official eiperts father
the annuall'aflv.nt\cf\\ the ", Tti.r* will be ent.rtaln-
Caslelllno hitherto has St Augustine IHuiMan Council meat, priie* ami refreshments. Foe CttfoCcs Of Pn! .IUi Gusty
consultant the
r If len a of Catholic Women 'would .
Donation fr the evening
JUMlcal femmlaslon. tit held In Saraaota on May. Is ItJft.Mrs. Calvary Cemetery

PAINTkEi1r 11 and 12. AH member James L 'ltlm.ar Isirtnrral ,

The Flower Dell were urged to silent chairman" of the card Endowed Car

J The perish %"s IU spnrttor a party .....tcl fey Mr \ tin
Florist & Gifts dance to tit SeW htlli.y. April cent tvLorenso Mr. ; ilr- s U. S. 19 at 51th St. No. Phone 52642)1CWiu

-> 17 at th* Indian I.b HsUte man and a Urt* conn'e; .. open M P.M. D3y & M P.M. M SundayFREE24.HOUR
I til I Central St. Petesberqit.T941 Club I IOUlIt' Th* public r

.,.;,.0 PHonet\ 841-4712 *f8 cordially invited to .,. DunedinOur

1., 1 teiwt Ijuly of I>oaru>nLt ,

", Th annual meeting will tit th" ... II.!
ftunday .
1 0iThit ;: Edouard C. hU& ..... .I
.. Craig 1\1. nktnMiig, May of MMMN IA! ow L-ty of r- : ..: Ambulance; Service

W c..trector.. sad DItIT4! tot 5. It w" ill efien with a Mans I....... Church |Ing II r-tin o flat roiHMaalty eenlre.without
Cj. 'for offered by Father Arthur rMllpol M Y. MH ant t n t :ra.Drivers r.. .. tI_ .., N .I."ptlft..etfera. J'allt Tnl.l ...
nitlt YiUn; MtUl. Cram' lHinni.*n at 8.10 after w hl 'h .h ,....k. .",..11...,. a 0' :
sand Sr kfMt will l sieve Jaba
Mosiie Tia; a atHllrrrM PHONE 342.8821aIIt&._ As werpp.r
gf I I.rtff*. Annual I ..
pAr City IJ H
tIT t4ih St S.. J4MIOI
w+ed I"ihtrti hv offlrrt and chairmen salute Try this kitchen treat C. E. PREVATT MEMORIAL HOME

will N given t'.ITK'.\> ( Itt' .iM > C9"-pWH: Funeral l S.rvK*. from SUI. Ml JrtH St. N*.

Q6bM Holy Name Church El Groco Hundreds of I Home < lass Tel -ler' -i is t' 'eqUhlee. In a !Is u-e.1, alt after pancake

stays flrtvers heralded the feast pf "r ..Ih t' ken since make mla,> Add 1"1" sk* nut Rest

JACKSON'SSHOES IHHIU iNl) Th* the Resurrection by tint u" a Hvly iltme** li>pt"4f g Ins with nary .beater. until hatter .. "keyed to your convenience"

HfMnult r"',rnf Hnil has rt.- In pnvvMiuii to St Peters warfl.**. l' (nff pancake. mix U fairly MMnih.- Reh In

,MaIntroductory .MM s*init .vmttitg the IHliri ; ..*....* l* Mlw* rap. Peal yeas taft .*fc. theOrHMsJ wa". a hot wafts baker tantl{ l H'I east to b..E *t fl*

offer 20% DON BARDELLA ; ntMtifptw. 'Th.Ilurl.l VI wish. ... wad of tlMtrhsvsw e>ttlNtb. act rrehrttr ..waryII. _...g ..YyaTt4 Nan!...l 8.nt. W'r* YO *
f.eds; .sal
of Uw (\"unt i.4rtetuntey ... Tap there w41h 1M earlt aeeWg with (hi.ha. awgkbws o.a sw

off April 1 7 thru May 8 Ma9r t,. I 114 ..' illB.i at the New ItsaaeelIae. en ttoIr saw awl .**' .... s.n- wish tag wih; a ;.l Al yews pnrwri Aces
c b.ehoq Wad,
441 Central Ay... "2.1 US \ aeeoef
If you ore going to point rh. Es,"'",. ,, lll remain at tits .... .. ..- ..-. .nIIIC' avekly ales.aean.a..e
sup. a<.. at has ...... ... "is!.
exterior of your home this' hurrh .( m ThMMM tsj TV window. owetwkinc the ..... Uas ..w.I.
)"'to. (nun whtrai. H KM tworam.'vd I .......... ---.
at I !
)tar harts a few of ..... XI .tglaate p.nt SM thankeslUs I .... .... ... N A At 4/2 rriAutoLoani
s>wb ewe
e vtttara far th* "11Ift: .f ....... ....,
many reatom why you thowtd fleece ltnteSied NMtlpl tt taI ,.ssr honw." N* .n d ua .. ... ......... COST FREE CHECKING ACCOUNTS
O'8fiflNw : teA The Ar.hlt. ...w fIl Ttils* ....... "AS'POIjI
use YYaiher .p veil typvml. el .ar w ate. .. .... .....
King Howe Point Try It er 4r de. Itxtngre Csis>s .| n* y ......... y. dyna.tsttlw' I -.....- ..... ... w fsoMGLOBES UP fo 40/0 SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
,""' .... Nod e.etl.rt sn. vwdUs .
: IM .. (1000
/ > klivuvr the 1 "rrs ..... Tyrone Boulevard
end see the differ; ****, r4ov" .t l bvt >..tissl. > wtnsfew thj. p%|. hell. Mass %

SI, aurh.vtlN hens Inel ... n a'ttnnal gfAs wMrh the I Dub t* was asResits I., I lrvesmle. rdM ... .. Issew
4441 94, S..w... N.eth" driver* hid *.w MSJI. IWI. -
Ihateloe dt"il'"t" Ins a pter hat ramlt I I-_ 11-i 3 71AIu415

I'e ..... ee rare $ KINGFIS1IRESTAURANT
CU. ...1.! wW" honors -
v, weir College s ..: =. w raw per .Ada MIMT1

Ne rlmf, ....4t4r ea ..4 s For Clubs -r. lit I. "'1 I..... rte' ssuz.t .... br/u.+oh lam w awp ms.w

('semen. Y.rtM. Ar+..,".... ....... .. ...., tr tong.aaruww. .
..IIa.l a. rfc Name
*, t' s For Holy
r .' vt the Ukira W M aye .. a woes tw

Dries fil-'" 30 i' ineaNem : 1\7\ BruUut ..4 a v.4 rn \ au..n ,t r'r ....... evtralaeet a a rtrltr II1II! Order SEAFOOD AT ITS
1M waMi. ... ,lwiy Mharut. BEST
sill. wtU b* pt*. MIry "' >IW" ;
". ."' ,,'.h..I..t For Church ......... .t ..... ... .. tlWlew glee, our null 1 ToJqlBOWEN'S Golden Fried or Boded

Gatherings" C, e. of M n.- lee..t Nos ......... wit Ilces Shrimp
St. Pete Paint Pot .oft .... wne .... .. e1se. A.. n.Aerto Succulent Sea lop I

"C..tt'Nf' Cda Same" Ce( .bye-. till Cw ndww ltllresll.rk east esnIraPlerit luscious Lobttert

w n w Ctaamt. .... w .arras.e, w"
;,, c.2'.. St Maids Sead.1 c. Peduds IIH riTftniTK ...
\\\1ster DONUT as .....l hg... AarI4g? trash tIIM7 r &MIIIIIIt Mss lUlL r.ir wi. rt-trrr -
TtllPHONE W VUI P.ul ..' tIW 'A'...',1. .. nfII 862.2450 rmrtn nraut rts.t>H
ann mM
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.... af'-i
0. \ ... $: .e' ." ,,
lit .MI dray ;.. a.tere; .' .. o.a naAtajc CHICKEN AND STEAKS
*'iKHAINtS| t .
"U 'C' C < cstwr wa1
Pasadan. A... J4f ro41 I led' St lu 4343I
t .. :..: .'. 'o JOHNS PASSCatilzolte



r I The IlorlAi Catholic, Friday, Aprt117,19f1I' !

50 years in God's service noted J AN.NNNNN.NN.N.NNNN..N NNNNNNNnNNN

by Mother Marguerite O.S.F. i Diocese of St. Augustine

St. Augustine Florida
(... ..... ,... p... |,
Melbourne Central Catholic Catholic HUh( School (In Melbourne .
Petersburg's Bit I hop Barry High School April 8, 1961Dear
She has spent" the UM
High School and an as."Utant
Priests besides those already I. :J5 years of her work In educe Reverend, }Father
at St.
Paul parl h there, mae
don in this Dun .
ter mentioned who were ex
ceremonies. present for the Mas were In Fk>rUI she has served' The annual Collection for the Florida Home

Pastor speaks Father trmrle W. Spe'lm'' n. a* a teacher and principal atM Missions l will be taken up in all our parishes on

Father" Martin B. Power, Father Paul llluh School) in St Sunday. April 26th. I ask you to make a strong

Monslgnor Cummings poke Brendan Hare. Father Petersburg" and her current f announcement of this Collection\ on the preceding

It the Mass which was tele- Edward A Kirby Father Em assignment In Melbourne. Sunday.I .

brated in Our l.ad l>' of Lourdes Clio Garrlo. Frank Felix: Prior to coming to l'1url.Jc&,

Church at Melbourne Bunoii. Father Law rente P. she taught In North Carolina, -" .. .. sometimes fear that the Importance of this

In hit tribute to Mother Redmond and Father J. 0', New" York. New Jersey and as Golden jubilarian celebrates Collection ia not always understood by our people.It .

Marguerite he spoke of the Malley" C.d.Clwsm.tee. principal of St. JOooeIh's in not underatood. for Instance that a number

tremendous influence that the of Mother Mar. TeKhers College In JairMlca.HVI of our parishes especially In the western and
Paul VI in his ad.i
SUter teacher ha* upon her Pope via 3 April honoring Mother Marguerite O.S.P .
students especially when the iruerlte" came to Melbournefor 12 marking the' World Day of |Prayer left in Melbimrne. With her on the northwentrrn arras, embrace two or more Coun
the celebration and an h.... It not understood likewise, that in
time comes for them to select Visit the Cape for Vocations, called religious, voca- occasion of her 0th jubilee are, from manyof
many of the PrieeU and Sts.tars
Florida Counties there fewer Catholics
a vocation In life Lions an "indisputable' Index to the vitality left. Mother Joan Marie O S..'., auj-e-- our are
she taught a* were ableto .\ dinner ut the Ilolk1Inn
than there would be in of Africaor
PpraLIng' ; for himself and plan the trip Saturday in Melbourne followed the of the faith" in parishes and dioceans. nor general of her order: Slater M. of Aaia. comparable areaa

round* ulheiii. who may one Rietard .... JuWI.H? Mbm Attendingthe On the eve of that papal talk. Therraia O.S..'. and Dr. Geraldine Harris .
Ihflr" derl.h.f a rrllgiuu .. "t) iwoMilourrt dinner were members of Franciscans (in Florida were jom fl'w led
the house
lo o >m
Vocation to )Ioth,.,'* ln.|>,lru- al the hlh w had| In the alter Mother Marguerites famiU diocesan Priests and other Sisters in rare completely for their own spiritual need, thatwe

lion, be offered lniere' word noon In add heir gad wl..hc. Priests and SlMern from all make this appeal.. In the spirit.. of the General

ef matJlvde fur the prhllrieof to louse e\pre. "i etl h) Molher'a ,. parts of FlorliU Variety in books Council w* call upon all our people to make a

being able la ,..... .part in "b .)a and girt..' The reception for Mother aacrifice for spiritual renewal In their' own liven,

her day vf thenk.glttng.J Marguerite WM held between and for the extension of the Kingdom of God to I
The jubiUirlan wan born In 3 and & p.m. In Central Cathotic .
a m e f Dete. Raymond Boston. She attended St. Augustine High School and was attended Lilt of life in Ireland scanned our underprivileged! fellow Floridtana.

FLsher, Karl Wltkowkkl. Peter e\eral hundred .. .. ..
grammar and high by It will five you some notion or me importance
Bostick and t)* -Id Knecht school In South IfcMton before pernona IRISHMAN what the Ux.k a* a sequel to hUt iffl....U the heart and mind of
TIE of this Collection\ if I tell you that we are already
Mere acoljtea and the
Catholic Central embracing the religious A .|>e<'l.il f..Br-h High !School Choir ,
life. .111 i..inn of life In IreUixl
sang the MdM. through Cap KrBn"'ljr fur to be an Irishman today? in the |<>.kki. lit rerttrdlM. kl. lraalping.| the home' missions this year That of course, la in

Father Prier C. I Down was the lUIHni slulrr, wa arranieil Answers are given in a dehghtful .. "\11 liter (;.d'. Irish IUa,. addition to the debts which we have contracted

boat both in the Melbourne Florida educators by the NationI' .%rrunanilni ills, ne\M>tt volume' I a ..,* Kalhur, Hani k... anal for mission construction\ In the past few years.

parish and Catholic High and Nlwr..Idminl.| volume entitled appropriately t'II1""IUII' and I"'Htr.u"" )*....l Ik. m. ..."iM. and

School for the drys events. a Iranci-ican. Mother ..1'....... Two ...*... and a sp|ieUI < : "All Over' "lirhiiMl the areneti'tii OhIlH\'e. iujllkm* that' hale shaped Imparting to you and to your people my paternal .

A* the school's founder- Marguerite reveled l R.-\ and < |Ilmua.lae' pr"l
president he! it war who first M..\ degreeK" fn>m St. Hon. portalion.flan( Io R. Ward C.S.c. tut, il. and MMimk1 re\oln and Ihimtkl.' Devotedly yours In Christ,

welcomed to Melbourne the venture loh.r1S e '1 | their return from the (Rejpiery, 233 pp. $495)) ). ti I. II L' ilrfiiilteh" not the In on* chsl4.r| he deorrlbeithe r. '
Joweph' HurleyArchbishop
Sl..ters of St. FrancU Mother York. and a PhD ft.sn Sire ('.II'| e the Sisters were served The author a rncmtwr of U. I KUUtrtimk. or ti'UM' i work of the |UlM, or

Marguerite[ led the!' band to IMme l nl\.r..11 a buffet Eupr|. at the school the Realty of the pt!1':, .phy ill the auihiir whoi local l unIts vf Mulnllr na Tire. ,

the new school that ene Mother M.:rjrue :Ite t- C" Mii-lul! ) entertainment was department of er "1'.11. I I. e a national movement to en Bishop of St. Augustine

Catholic youth In the area of renth/) prl" :;'j))1> of ( :.; t |1111"-i tiled b'1 Dr Barr of Notre hame!' r;:* t:; I'.ten: act a wlrhs" kl t:1': .t '. hual
murage aid prtnitute

the nation a greatest .flotl.'t[ unity Thu nvnlern i 1"n'nran -.-...............-...............................................-..-.'-..-..-........................,........................... ...............-...

efforts ( .Its.tied In the mill '.UK U

Father Dolan alo threw the (1..111.l fI' a |nrUh, In Moot on liturgy Named Bishop
wide the doors of Our Ladyof '
|turn! t 1 after |arlah, wi |111I.
Lourdes parish for the trril anti ait in*|>lrei| and lIt nl.l' ( 'n I IThe Irish \'.\TH'.\> TITV ,>,f'a-

many, friends of the SUtern" i:.'ti.,ilt\ waking toiHKr.. notul hierarchy will hoM a |>(en.r\' IY|" Paul VI has nam*
who came to pay tribute last | to arts lh*......l ha on. meeting In June to detMe Oil thee 1. It'I.n Metalnter 8S CC,

weekend to the principal of by cue, but to bulb) the com. Iraree alto' IMt he.a. of Musing. tinHnary eif the Iiulpm1.

4UJiLIA.iVi i::ai!;Uy .* a t'Omlft&ttIt.v"n Irish. ami, English: In the M_. preUture of Aytvtrl. Peru, to

JFI ( hu stall' to iKihllnv The |Hhoi' | '' tartittna' com. l t.* a tn.hel'Th4t' h"wh "torn

: hr'* IriM c>f thn Miit. at mitt. anruiuiHeil plant for lliahnfelmt *rr>e.l In t IIn.<

FORA4oppLf Ic'nl Mona deity. h. ,learned the full atnemhly following' '. tU frunl lbs h. I If).'-l to. f..und

at lN>m>nifi>rt Ilan., h*.d. a nweilnt at Mayixioth on rMiUMMi, of hie ruiigreiiatluM.
Tit....' that the H,. of the tUtreit
gtarte!' i nf the I*|,..n of April ruin ( iHiiretfutloik -

Maiv .IrehiiMla. greet nmtrlliutioii tnltle. had. l formuUleil! pUn llearuDaytona

'in the fl.'" nl unlace. foe (M* nf the vernat'uUr' ,. anti.

Eighth grade presents play kdl ('.!hulk Actlmi A g.a that two.. would be l itilirrtltlnl

MOVE UP TO A erutui nuwl..r i>{ |MIK artcUVulnl for th. full a|riival| of the Beach
The eighth: grade students of Thc*, taking' |.*rt were Mary Cunningham Helen Flynn, Carolyn I.. the tffufla to pets hierarchy The rnmmltte.

Assumption school in Jacksonville, Patton. Karen Holdcn, Cynthia Maloney, Leonard Arceneaux, elate Irish iMthHtal culture tiy plan! aalil I that "It h*.l sawn\

S under lbe direction of Slater Mary Kite, Gary Zam sry, Linda Reghera, Pamela tV"",natt. Tony Alllert, Aral drama clubs. |Ma..i>U. ."..,..1 l "tha .|>t>lli. .>lb
b Frandn OP., presented a voca- Michael. Von Doltern John Law lor, Thomas Ybanea, Ann ()an IN. Ml* Irish otia'" aital ....nc... and (he new liturgical l .Uws la the

tlon play entitled "Highways" for Karneat: Wailer Dense Smith, Hob- chael' Milkey, Timothy Grady, Carl .|..fU..til iHvIn (Kfke ami the ritual, ,

the enjoyment of the Ladle Guild art OiMowakl, William Hunt, Mau Stoke*,, and Jame florrelLCauses fur the ailmliiUlralkin. nt the
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Catholic CommentNature

possessed by love Virtue to struggle for survival

took inquisitor's role

seeks t'OR most of us and for However It I 1.1 precisely the

perfectionWE HOW can a Church which r most of the time life love of an imperfect creature

and burned move along In fairly comfort which God asks of us. He
heretics be the Church founded a bit l and satisfactory
SPEND a good bit of our time to take everything in stride? The an by a loving God? fashion. To almost everyone, Fathrr doe not expect of us such
love as He receive from the
trying to figure out the reason ewer is simply that we have a weak What I shall say here will Frank J. t however. there do come C Leo J. angels and taints In heaven

why wt act the way we do. Authors ened nature which in many instances make full sense only to those r' periods of exceptional stress Tre Our time will come for that
has )been further weakened by various who have read the three preceding Bhtedchildren period when lift become a but God
have made millions of dollars telling too, right now only
influences in lives. column If I tried to struggle for lurviral. .
readers what makes them tick. In the our look for what ...e art capableof
There are two extremes In dealing summarize them, there would It may be a single! day a h
however most of must ,
final tally, us with self. The one says that we justcan't be no pact left for the question day at home when the babyIs
admit that we just don't understand set out above. fretful the clothe washer It li rood that we are
help doing what we do. This attitude "' ''T
ourselves.In Take the question of love. break' down Junior cut his --rr humble. It I* good that whenwe
is ] and
part the answer to our dilemmaIs fatalistic leads to despair A* we read what happened, Into the world, the lip at play and dinner but all In HI* own good way groan under our crosses,
denies the The
of God's
patience with ourselves. We came help grace. wt are startled to find the In. i atharUts were threatening corcheq on the stove; or It God will provide. So wt like a rhlld rambling at hli
other extreme i iJI to get disgusted with juUltlon approved by saint the human race with destruction. may be a day at work when hang on. We keep putting one unwelcome chore, we should
into the world with wounded nature.
a ourselves simply because we continueto -like St. Thomas Aquinas That the race should re- one mistake emergency and foot doggedly In front of the feel ashamed at our lack of

We were formed unbeknownst by every fall despite our resolutions.If who had more love In their act U natural" that It should frustration pile upon an other, moving from one hour generosity

person who came Into our lives. We you look at God's plan for living little finger than you and 1 1In react ferociously i Is not sur other "I Just hop I survive and day to the next. However God 1 1.1 not affronted .

certainly cannot accept responsibilityfor with yourself you will gain a great in. our whole burly, To have prising. until this day 1 I. over" we nay. At time the black temptation
everything that we are, for our sight into human nature. The Son of maltreated heretic through I have used the word nightmare to surrender does descend at our want of gracefulneM -
to HU
\ single U In
day not too bad responding
good points or bad ones. Patience with God made man instituted the sacra hate they would have known more than once. And It upon us. "I feel like
out| the. m.r come a period demands upon u*. Parents expect
self; doesn't mean that we excuse our. ment of confession lie promised us to be sinful. precise. In addition to this .f giving up" we ay simply child what
week or month- wheuever.tblng of a only a
selves for Such u-rtaln horror In Catharlst cannot go on." But wt do not
wrongdoing. patience
forgiveness of our sins as often as we They were driven by love- there seems to to "roa,. child is able to give. God anticipates
teaching, were rumor do
give We on.
means that have to suffer with up. go
we confessed and were sorry. God did not .hive not .nly of (Ned, whom lit horror lava certain f'r.holP' no more of a return
ourselves.Our institute the sacrament of confession they. saw the hrrrtle as. InnultIng. but not Improbable, and There may be grave Illness I'erhaps we remember backto from u* than we, in our fallen
In the family. There
be when
happier days we 80
Faith tells us that bearing for the angels. They were not afflicted [. but of the. souls. they ass 'ertalnly believed.\ There was financial stringency may with easily assured God of our state, are capable of giving.

crosses is an essential part of being a with| the weaknesses of human nature brought to mortal peril by the the endure for ezample. The pant-due bill piling up and love for Him. "Oh) God," we These observations art not

Catholic. In many instances the big. and their sins were irrevocable If God spread| of' )hrrr-y. rank and file Catharl.t re- Insurance laptlng.( There maybe glibly proclaimed, "I am willing to be taken as an encouragement

gest cross we carry is our own weak. sees the need for patience with human Such men would them- reived the contolamentum parental worries, such as to suffer anything for love to spiritual imugnees

ness. Why is It that we find it more nature then why should not those who selves have suffered torture iiimling hirnxelf to total cell- an older daughter' Infatua- of You!" Now, we wryly reflect Undoubtedly there art com

difficult to adjust than others r Why possess this nature likewise be patient and death for love of soul; lacy, only on hU deathbed. tlon with a divorced man. has come our momentof placent Catholics who need to
tie jarred from their *.Ihul.
is it that we are melancholy while with themselves? It was no passage front, loveto Bit supposing It proved not There may bt a misunderstanding truth God has taken u* at there

others seem to be happy Why is it We must never low the desire for hate that made them (eel to be him deathbed If he re- with In.law* which our word. Now has come the ficiency. But perhaps more art who Jut
that men should suffer no ,ut..l. he might easily fall results in bitumen Whatever time for u*. to lay our love for as many ,
that have in perfection but we must be patient with
we a great difficulty con. celibate. art striving earnestly and
]less, who were putting souls' to stay the particular. burden Him on the line And to our
while others the nature that seeks that perfection. do God'
trolling our temper seem I slnteiely to will jet
on the way to hell. Men who The endure meant that may be, life become one everlasting glory-literally to
scourged their own bodies once he had received the con. weary and worried day after our everlasting glory-we do feel discouraged that they are

might not be a* delicate as we soUmentum no food was allotted neither plod onThere falling to far short of per

Sacred Scripture about scourging other peo to reach him. He died Whether our term of agony fection.
ple' perfect. And the rumoripread I Is but a day or whether It I U miiih sating This I h particularly true of

I There were brute among that the endura killed\ stretches through month and krroUm among our t'atholie those w ho have a heavy load

Sinners warned judgment awaits the Inquisitors, but the men 'mole ('"thar ita than the InquUitlon. even )ear, we have one people| of suffering to bear. Often

behind It were not brutal. strong support In our dis Mokt of u*. I think, are Inclined they compound their sufferIng -
tress. to undersell ourselvesIn by the shame they feelbecause
U'e shall not the That the Male. should try
of not. and to the wicked. Mft grasp this Mont of us they cannot be more.
C3KJ's mont : ; respect.
ONE awf meaning of the InquMlluu If lu stamp out CalbarUui with. This .U the virtue of hope, cheerful beneath their cross
horns ((51" have far fortitude
not ) more
attribute U Ills up your Me .... It a drfrrl of It,,,. say degree of rigor U tornirrhen his confidence .. lute I. They have need to rememberthat <
Another common Mca. In when fortitude I I. called for
silent*. | ..lble: that the <(< burrhthnuld (>4Hl', love for u* aid the In this
l'alharJots. olden time wa that an If there was defect It was than we realize True enough; perfection, life U
cooperate U Mpr. trust we have U III. provident
He silent before ills
wa* inlrrinl's! strength was concentrated defect of vision s defect wt are pretty weak and imperfect a relative thing.
J. "'n.lbl. tan rare
artuners, silent before Ills In its horns. Here the shared by all the Protestant creatures liven: the From God' point of view

Judge silent. before Ills. executioners (Virlutof sinful are pictured si stupid\ Hrformers. Wt note this not Hut the use of torture We remember the old nay- beat of u* return to God only he \is (wrfect who to rto4ng

; He U kllent before nlm ilt "pitting their power for their blame but for our itkks In our throat. It was Ing, "It may not I* your nay a minute portion of the love the lint he eeL Outs ael* no

Ills I offenders.It against the Infinite power of own understanding of the. normal In (he civil court of and It may not b* my way, w hkhII\ Ills due More

I h not unusual for a per C"d; whole thing the time. |In the ecclesiastical:

son who grows up wilta! -- They assumed that the courts It was supposed to be
salutary dread' of mortal sin HI Justice which lit has Tilt pMilml-t rfpealeLie heretic was an evil man In used only when the man's Sum and substance
Id,. (c.) and ad-lrriur. hi*
to succumb one day to temK| manifested In the past.The bad I I..lth-Ior wt not that guilt was certain It wa
tatlon. When he realize what second stanza\ ((30)) .brairr dlredly, drvrlopln, the Inquisition was concerned thought to IK spiritually g-nid,

tie> ha* clone he t I. petrified make up the tasty of the Ihr warping glees hy (iod. only with the bap- for him to confess. The W Creator's

tick with remorse, wounded psalm scot contain its e.*< They ran exie
unity, fright. He half fII.lot'1. aentlal message. Fur nviraImprei'lvt from only one direction: from the faith and rejected It; It to a degree--a* If soylrg

the sky to fall on him dramatic\ effect' heaven. And divine Justice had no jurisdiction over Jew what ones torturer wanta. In strange coincidence, an lu-IOn that mu t net In wh.ru_

or the earth to open IM> and the author put the first part will take a terrible turn. or Infidel, Psychulugy had order to top the agony could, BT article on earthquake the defector find how poor

wallow him. Hut nothing of of this message on the )list*! ) of (.ml will\ allow sinner, I... centuries of development aWl I bt of any spiritual value at appeared In Science on t every f 1 a substitute lUllonalUra II

the curt haw i i UII. the U-rU llln. ..-ir. cause fI, their obstinacy an<| to mike t*("r* U could\ l# all: dry of the earthquake In for Religion

Cod: treated rtfuwll to herd l Iw I-!' tr'llird 1 that th. Tier-** 'We seem here to b* facingI Alaska March %1It 'dealt' Father' .
h allrnl.K'tnboMenH
Oat ...*,.. .. thai I. Ills It
.. rnlng", to l scone. Inioxlmted might truly love CJwl that tt:. lag In civilization\ with the especially with\ earthquake srrm ,. M. th.t ihldMIlu.loomrnl *- '
: liy the kll\ ."nc<>, .MM gad lime Mr will (p. by (heir own wi.| XMhens |- guilt of hU rejntlon of the ecclesiastic* taking for granted In the f pacific regl'in. Jobs B. on she |part I

(the sinner I IUMW his drrsi. uf jiiilnmrnl .lnftil mrn.I'nllke and to (sing alsmt their Church could I I.* diminished what their age took for The learned author. I>r. Hhrrrlnmore uf n-brrvrr|| l.. rrrallng avery

the sin and !find future fall men, who are Insecure own destruction t hurt b 1. by all sorts of (.'rllC'l\oIl! factor granted. In spit of the strong Hiiro Flentnff, showed an expert r.arn.H. sllnallon In the1'slsed

much less harrow 1111. Hut and fickle and wavering And, In( ltr'I. this U CHK'S| *. attack on torture made four knowledge. of seUmlogy > Stases.

Cod: will not bt silent forever. II* I Ii eternally the .-.Illfl rrvwl tmllile ptinUhment. of There was \III liwtrwtlon. hundred years earlier by I but admitted that the hunan TI.., hoe what we might

One day Me will speak| and Inexorably just: a sinner, that He allow his for Inslsnit, m.ny a f.tho- ptiw| Nicholas I. mind has not penetrated --- t i religiosity" That U,

then 'III, tolrc will 'thunder, : "Th Out of my sight, ac- who dwell In U I have allow him to be