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: May 1, 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: UF00079916:00018
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Catholc"OL. { parish marks 50th jubilee

J.\CKso \'n.LFAl'thbi :r,,1'| Josoph P Burley pre. Hix-Kftt. recalled that In the ----

tided on Sunday, April 28, at !the golden: annixenwry of Old Testament, God onlerrd

XXV, No. 27 Orlando, florida Friday, May 1, 196&! 10t the founding of this city' Pat.h of the Assumption of the h Israelites a to over of e every50t
year as year jubilee:
the Blessed<< Virgin Mary. Notables from the Diocese of The fiftieth year you shall

Miami joined with the Archbishop, Monsignor Harold F'. nuke sacred by proclaiming

Teachers' handbook Jordan the pastor, and Priests and parishioners of several liberty In the Urn I for all litInhabitants.
It shall be a JuNloe .
areas in the Diocese of St. Augustine to mark the milestone for you, when every one

of the jubilee observe of you shall return to his own
IW i I-h fn>m the Dominican i
ance.Twentysight. property, every one to hit ,
to be .': t>i'iers of Barry CoUege.M ,"
ready by fall founders'M own family estate Leviticus
: by < the Mass at which the 25. 1ft.Theoe.
the parish were present | Art hhlllh<>p presided, MMM| .taut h Jubilee hare
during the public reception' ] 11''r Jordan WM the rele
JACKSON\'IU.-The: greet significance<< said| MonalRtwvr -
diocesan elementary school IVrMnnel the
dtle of the T".
and recel\ed Individual recogj' sermon WM Even by : Itnrkett. They are
will hue
system a new handbook by September, accord. principal are clearly defined. Mxiutgnor,
nit George Reeked, a times when men hook hark
to Ion and souvenirs of the
I an announcement this week by the diocesan Department The duties of teachers to p'Mor at AssumpUon from amt note accomplishments

of Education. Under the direction of Arch the administrator to the fellow anniversary i l J >1'\' ISM.:!, to XovemJier Ifrl7, anti l thank kit for Ills bl..... -- -.a

bishop Joseph P. Hurley, Father Mortimer Danaher diocesan -teacher, to the (child Heading the dignitaries welcomed v'.n' the late MoMtrnl' In.., They are time when"

.Director of Schools, has formed a committee to school regulations and parents ; by the Archbishop st' .1 1 tars H Wnan bviame past men lab stock cf their condition Portrait gift to parish

write the guide for teach. are also riven. the e\ant was Monsignor William r. and prepare for the future.
and the director of education, Monsignor Harold V Jordan above, pastor of
ers.The to the pastors principals, Included also is Information Harry r.A pastor of St. I".I.II"I' Jordan I. .\..
committee's the Church of the Assumption.! Jacksonville, last
principal teachers and parents will be concerning the employmentof Patricks parish In Miami mpllon'i l\ih' .p."h>r. Tbeuirl Mn*.lan..r Itorkett went onIn
purpose Is to Sunday accepted behalf of parishioners the
construct a handbook teachers absenteeism on ]
outlined and explained brief sick Peach He umeiled the oil | >b wit* feuded by |tl.h"plUrty describe Sow Hlthnp lUr.ry .
for the use of administrators leave t.lt'her.subAtltut."*, mtnher portrait of the founder-pastor Bishop Patrick
ly. 4. ISIS, when a* a yn.ng "rl..I. e l.bll
and teachers of the preparation of the teacher portrait of RUhop Patrick h Barry who .. parish Priest, offered the first
was nlmpljr' Father' lUrry. -h.., .tM.m|>il..n parish. The
elementary schools. Father In the second wllon ..IdmlnMralite teacher aide and teacher Barry. his brother, which wasa III l, .Krolber, U IllUm, was mint flrtl I."s was offered I* arented Mass in Assumption parish on October S, 1013.

Danaher explained: and Teaching 11.\'IlI\cKIK) back pate goltlen jubilee gift to the In J.rlkMiw'lll.i a* pm.tnr nfamxkrr More nn what I.l now ,
The diocesan m".1 by the then. BUhcp! of were Father Irvine Nugent;
handbook will p4il h at the time, MUM "...... ,
) IMober a, IIJ ".. Augustine, .
ArrhhlshnpMkhael deacnn. rather Nell
endeavor to meet the needsof ; A !Stger,
principals and teachers regarding St. Augustine Foundationto v The next two paurtors are. Father lurry's Imluairy J, Otrlry, to assume suhdeemn. anti Father Mlihael \-

school policies and |t..w thiwa it.: Father Put- sod, 1 the ]o>,al saalalance. of the r..I"'fWlbUlttf4| $ of Vicar "P DnnnelUn S.Y.D..

practices. The compact statement ""'k J. HreaiMhan ptMorfi t the laity were cottaideraMyMe General of the !) ".*" master of rerenvmle

of rules and regulations attend Mission Mass ..'in Ortnher, 117. UflttlMuib l by lather Michael In 1S3. Father nrMMhan The ehaplalna. t
in this form will prove more Itjf.; ant. hk I Iftvmedi. NUher. the pastor of Immacuble saw to the opening of the bishop| were Father rattle

accessible to thott concerned sir., tirrmuMr. Father, Malerhr Conception Church In the pariah school The girders of Julnn anti Father Maurice

and will serve as a guide for ST. Al'Gt'STlStMt'mbt: of the St Augustine contributions as well pour in } M........". who aened. until city, sot the Ute UlllUmHvrne SL: Joneph of( 9t. Augustine Duffy M M.

parents' and teachers handbooks Foundation, formed to celebrate the 400th Anniversary dally to Foundation heed- Mniuiiinor' Kiirkett eowe.i a Jackannville Uymenof sent four Maters to staff It. The Burial hour In the after'iwmn

to be developed later of the Mission of Nombre de Dios will meet this Sun quarters at St. Auguatine. i The hitch anniversary "f ImineMixe charity, aaldMoiuigimr Mai.r Mary Agnlta WM the at whkh a pariah program

by principals and faculty. day May 3, in St. Augustine under the of the |prl.h actually nTUrredJj.i Hmliett.) ,' first principal' was prevented. attracted
chairmanship The IniitiUllo al the
re- \erfr. at time when
Questions *V\ ) with
concerning duties aver person some
of Archbiahop Joseph P. Hurley. really" rerelted acrUlm fromHiHMa's tie I ,te (t',1', I I..., mortallr Father Itresnmtun'i aurreevaor.
principals, teachers, and Building former partahbweri comingIn
parents toward the diocesan The St. Augustine Foundation was established one I....... bUlcxk! IlL 1'1'1''r ( I.n ilte.1 I ian begun Father Monahan, .Ulweetl fnxn Imytima Beach, Jack

school system will tie explained and a half years ago to serve as the means through rboUn. for she .'asadatba'Islll.ilr.lnlhtiagisg [ V' '1..11I1..r I', littler Hnu W!thin a year, they had 1 with the the prUatkHta growing perish of the deoptte tie- annvtlle Beach and fltark.

and enlarged upon so which the Catholic people of Florida and of the United borne loHI. 'I' 'ur w i* appointed on built a |"Mi'nhUl 1 ehurth and,
that procedure in all the States at large might contribute to the Mission's .\*..*"...'. )11...... iJbeary Jar, \ ? I m I ila a reniileiic. Monslgnorllxkttt irvuktn years Unveils portrait

schools will be uniform. QuadricentenmaL she hut: HwIJa. I'.. r:-i w '1 'i at the JtJ { then resathow, lit (The Jubilee.. brochure

The handbook will be dl- Father James Helln[ pre''i ident l- moue Eugene F. Kennedy Jr.1'n.ndati.n i hTr AtLtNTINK, page T .-.n High M, 3, M, :s r till, father lurry was sumAssumption's shows that during the years U WM at this reception that
tided Into five sections dealing the speaker Wit pastor at Assumption ftlahop. Harry's piston was
of the Member
foundation will "
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w ith. unvelkMl by his brother Ulfto.11nat'
that the" Foundation gather at the M l. rte Miuloe that led' to the .tuUI-. .
General Executive Organ I'i\! \ a ( Starry, who spike on
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sationAelminUtrath members had been Invited' ground at noon Haaday I'' \" ..,.,'tt \.; lion for a Mine Peruses I* h* ..1.I"nll \ : "II'
and Teaching this Sunday to view the.rchltect' J. '" .', .,,' on Atlantic IWtulevard *hrhmade motor et nee cum nils' _
by Airbbltbop llvrley \\Io. .
Personnel model of the Quadrlrentenntal It pnetlble for Aiaump- Times change and we change
Administration in General monument to I be Afterwanla the members tlon parish to meet postwar with them, sill. Monsignor

Pupil Personnel Procedure erected at the Mission startIng will gather for a luncheon growth) Itarry. Its recalled earlier
CUrrkulum. next September. meeting at the Ponce de Leon 1 r Vtonilgivnr' I\ItllLel' IMta l a1sy.In, Jackannvlll when heta

t'nder the /IriL sect!Ion. the The architect for thin?rwv MOUNT IxMtxe. where Vt. '"Ke- that )llslgnwr UnnAan art tvlnuell "look up a census In
relationship of the BUhop structlon la the nationally fa- nedy'i model of the Quadri- e> the Parish ",..111 d... this parUh. puahlng I" a btcycl" t tI
centennial' monuments will be serve .to IM* remembered In I aum yean before art brother
on display prayer. earn to ' Sarasota to host DCCW The speaker at the meet from Pafatka la aaatirn Ih*
log will be Dr. Joseph A. Tbe rekeele. Am.sp1Mehsl m' reipwntlMlltle' et building a

convention May 7773SIRASOTA Shelley, Mayor' of the City of ,. "i .. ... new ..."., re*. new pariah tit what might
\ lay aid ea u.l ea A'lUatlefUeletanl 1
St Augustine and a member ha v. teen sallsl s desert lend
.. .....
lavllfy le
-"Who Is my neighbor'" has been announced of Cathedral Parish; Dr. JohnA. I 'r- .... He recalled .
she mho .rr... ef .,... te Ifcal HUb s>
Harrison of
as the theme of the 31th annual convention for r ... I1-... .. ,..*.... fur harry w rk4 a* s pus .*."
the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. The delegateswill Jtepartment of Illatory at thernlteralty I., erlleal. of Florida. BruceManning
gather here, fay 11-13, to explore the meaning of managing editor; of : %mssprlaN ,.,..... I ly IblBgv. ._.r.'I.. .Ikem,
\ I .belag aa4 wb.,le-
this theme by listening to various speakers on the subject The Florida T.... Union, Having n<;ie
and by contributing their own thoughts during sew and Archbishop Hurley.Herent H ir. Jordan was Chmefl" l"* Mushti

sions. annuUMements In m lt aurreeil' %t..nttinr ttmnen, WM itefflruM, he salt for
was ordained In ". He .has "I-
All Catholic women are In teen engaged In pariah work. the prea* of the anniversary he fall) i| ttpiNt the perMHaners sHtt' .| |ke people to ailewl
vited.' Say spnnaors: construction to be undertakenby .1 r of AMumptlMi. eafrtlnwe >!.** e""en on ftuiwUy.MoMaia .
.. .
as .Rt and arfsstaiatreUirand .
Plan to err at the luau the ft. Awflaatlrt' Fwundatlcn ---- -- -_ -- -- -L- --_ Si show the marts s*.1 l eivli :. .inr Parry praised.
Monday May 11, at the AmreTUet served as a U.S. NavyChaplain. have attracted wide- \ ..i tnt IKe "..... of the all the atttert who. "0111"1'| 'm

Lido Ilr-ch. Sarasota.Tuesday ...d. national aueMteei. The former pastor spoaks thurrh. which .h*. ...... ..... the p*,W. Lab IMets ef 81.Jiwepn .

-the day ". get Ills graduate week war >'oundataua he sent announcement 1I.I"t..1, l pr fittingly e.... the ami. .later the aiuurs.
done Last Funday at 10 t r.. !."k, a Rnlf'm" the ..rah(
down to serious ba.lne.swtll at the Catholic University of what will he | abnve, Morairnor. i."rr. |>..t to years.Ntlera of H( iMimlnM who' tame,

begin with a Pontifical of America la Weanington. done at the ski Mleaion t<* High Maas was offered n the Church T riocfcrtt. The visiting' "',.,.t, who ( .., IKeDecree Maas wish eight irt nnm >., In HW (tin-

High Ma**, to that the det- D. C, in the field ft marrUs ten of thousands ti Prteeta of the AasumfHVm Js: kaonvill t. to |irre.Wnt1| | over Assumption :0 years M,.niIVwr J'rtlsn. ceMt".nt, HI ...41".11.1.1:0.: hash pee

aims we make will have the and the family. He and lay >.'op<. all atruae the mark the fnumlieg of t nrriah.. Th. ago. .U the pastor of *t J<-|*,h'sCKunh

blessing of the Holy Spirit. worked exleswtvety In the Tnltwl Stale Inquirtee abouthe arrnv at the golden )ub.. rr4rbrs. In Miami 'heath

'The queetion. 'Who Is My prose don of the Cana mo rounoeUuma plans and lion was given by a f"itrrr i..ator of changes

Neighbor', the theme of tIM fereare nwiawi In the --- ---- -
convention wilt be answered stale .f CcsMtectanH fur II -4

by outstanding speakers. and years, aM WM U-iime dt Altar boys begin life with/ / service Next Thursday prayer responses

diorean preeMee*. )If'. Joa *p<**aest. *.f the tul "left the" woes.. 10 ...,, '
pt chbert of EM Galtte. Arty lnre.. of Hertford f'rH pledged to high ideals Pope says after II.. raurreetion. TKfeast fCmu; (ttl i IntlivliluaU* receiving Communion IromM'w

Eeryert of the Contention ,.... ctieMMefwrt ttMif Hue. MI are t.. late |hart |J.AfMllyln th* Iasyrn| during'

from the Luau on Moe Mooaigaer. Kswtta KM r *ndirector "....t .U the Auras u*, *wef d..tNhh'lfI i,t the UM'KarUt; a c rilliif iii a new decree
VATICAN CTTT (.NC) Firing altar trains! .spew.,. 10... a'4 !.. __
day to the ct tog hsnquet on ef the family Life an bny anung '+A < .. tike itMverMt .holy .sa,. .t 1M laaarasl h. Ca; ,ngregmtkta .
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Wednesday will he an eipe- Itoreeu of the Netkmal Cath- )- man "to th* pledging& of his life tn the r 'rmn.r.l l an I Mara |a) "'f I'" _u.t of frbtigslsnei. ThM year. the.. be M.IHr UI" this
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hence you wUl bag resneavber. elk Wcf." Coafereace .... active arrrk of the DJghr. .t Ideals, Pof4! Paul. VI has 'I. to M <.no J with eel Aa.e.*. ene) will U i a fv..l ltoi f
i.fstaell the e.' .im.a' dUCt.ctsa The eWree,, >.....l April ft'
fUn nw to attend'* Ora4r of IML sakL & sit ftatJWMMi tsiwrcKee t; w4. by Owwl In several

One of the featwrH' speakers He was elevated' tit the The Holy raher saltlM t. alt Mips.. UN alter bit Largt.ase .1 1M htwgv. .n May 7. ahntleawe. ax svater She fsasws at Mb flew Teai.

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J The Florida Catholic, Friday May 1. 19MI

Florida Reports.. I T DCCW cornerIN I

St. Petersburg CDA Tampa THIS LAND OF FLOWERS, the month of May la one
Court St. Ann 1645! Catholic
St. Joseph Christ the King
1 most beautiful. It 1s especially so because we
Daughters of America announce of our
Installation of officers lot The Ladles Guild of Chrlit! this month with various
Blessed Mother during
the winners of the honor Our
the St. Joseph Guild took the King parish held their
place with a candlelight ceremony creative poetry contest division annual installation luncheonon celebrations. iMrs,1' 1

last week. Those wom 2: April 30. Those installedwere .... AtoL It is also of Importance to JOfI'l'hIkbOf'bert

en assuming their new posts tat place tied Teresa Grady", : Mn. Richard Aaron, us this year because the St. Mrs.
j i
are: Mrs. Harry E. Eagan St. Joseph School, Grade 7, president; Mrs. Thomas Kra. !; a +vi FthA Augustine Diocesan Council

president;. Mn. Solomon F. and Frances Scheldell!, St. Joseph met, vice president; Mrs. of Catholic Women will hold

Oden, vice-president; Mrs. School Grade 8; 2nd James Urbanskl, secretary; the annual convention, May Diocesan.

Karl Crottendleck treasurer; place tied Susan Smith St. Mrs. Ernest Charette, treasurer J'i.'),;.. Cj1; it1''f. '. : 11.12 and 11 We will meet

Mrs. John Webb recording Paul School, Grade 9, and ; Mrs. Hector Serrano, .... f$ M .. if soon at Saraaota's Lido Beach. President

secretary; Mrs. Hubert Hayden Geraldine Jackson, St. Paul parliamentarian; Mn. Floyd Convention headquarters

corresponding secretary; School, Grade 9; 3rd place tied Mooney, historian; and Mrs. t' \ : t'Ibr."W': ." arc at the Azure Tides and

and Mrs. John Cronin parlia David Carll. Holy Family Henry Keppter auditor. ; 2 A ,. Three Crowns Motel I hope

mentarian. School, Grade 8, and Leonard A nursery for small children ..,.;4 ,.. : ....kfR.' that you have read the letters ward to meeting yon at nut

The regular monthly card Clecleznski, St. Joseph School Is held at the 9 and 10-15: -- ....- that have been sent to convention.A .

party, sponsored by the St. Grade 8.Given. :Masses' on Sundays with Mrs. you with Information on this special workshop Is

Joseph Guild, will be held in honorable mention Henry Dial.' chairman of Medical convention; what reservations for on Wednesday
Center >
Eustis you
gives to Mercy planned
the parish hall, 2025 Lake- were Debbie Barker, Holy the project. The Girl Scout to make; the addresses of the 13, at 1:30:
view Avenue South, on Maya Name School, Grade 7, PauU! In attending persons they are to be sent to;
of the help
cite Tessler St. Paul School pariAh Altar and Rosary Society officersin raised! by the group went this springto send cre- Mrs. Frederick Schmidt of
at 1 The event Is opento the children and where to your
the public and refreshment Grade 9, and Judith Fumea, Eustia recently met with Father William Mercy from, left to right, Mn. Vincent dentials.I St. Petersburg, West Coast

will be served. St. Paul School, Grade 9. Lakeland J. Trainor to present i check to A. Phipps, Miss Mabel Beagle, am not repeating these Deanery president, will lead
and be
Notre Dame Academy Court Sands Marl Sfnta Fe be given to the building fund for the Mrs. H.R.P. Miller, the society president because they have all ap the workshop assisted
Mrs. Chester Kaa-
At a recent meeting of the National Communion Sun. John Richard Bland was. Mercy Medical Center under construc ; Mrs. George Sherman and Mrs. peared in this paper before. by Orlando Central

Notre Dame Auxiliary, the day will convene on May 3 awarded a plaque by the Tampa tion. Surplus from the altar needs James Cullen. Affiliation presidents have mlerczak,
Mrs. Reyes
AlUlar ,
following officer were elected for Court Sancta Maria, 032, Day Psychological Association the information and you can Deanery
Catholic of Amer last week In recognition Chamber Rt. Augustine Deanery, Mrs
to serve during the conning Daughters write to the Sarasota
president, Mrs. William ica. Mass will be at 8 a.m. In of first prize In Psychologyat Eustis Ormond Beach Eau Gallie of Commerce. They have Hector Serrano West Coast
year Allison; vice-president, Mn. St. Mary church with break. the polk County Fair. The St. Mary St. BrendanThe Ascension all of the details of the con- Deanery; Mrs. Charles OckeW'

John'Connolly; secretary, Mrs. fast following at the Suwan- son of Mr. and Mn. John D. The Altar and Rosary Society following officers hue Ascension Woman's Guild >entlon. mann. Southwest Deanery.

Mary Ford; and treasurer nee Hotel. Courts St. Ann and Bland Sacrum Loop Road, of St. Mary of the Lakes elected for the will hold lu spring dance on The West Coast DCCW This has been planned hoping

)Ir..'Robfrt McNally. Blessed Ann Seton are also Lakeland John Is a student at Parish presented Father Wll- been coming May 9 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Deanery has another diocesan to give Information that wUl

Plan were also completedat participating. Santa Fe High School In Lake Ham J. Trainor a check to be year president, Mrs. August Rod Smith's orchestra featuring director added to Its quota: make your Job easier next
land. given to the building fund Schlldbach lit vice.president, 'ear. Also we hope to have
this time for a card party Chairman for the event Is ; Shirley Peterson will Mrs. Harry Bailey, 585 Ridge )
which will be held Thursday, Mrs. Mary Hower. 8283523, Th study, entitled "),111. for the Orlando Mercy Med Mrs. Lloyd Rensel; 2nd vice- provide the music. Ticketsare "' Road, Largo. She Is a member time for a question period.

M.y'1. at 8 p.m. in the Ulshop and cochairman Is Mrs. Nelle Learning," was a comparative ical Center. president, Mrs. LaSalle Rusnett on sale for ft a couple of Blessed Sacrament Since writing this column

Barry High School cafeteria. Jordan, 8944711 Please make learning experiment Involvinga OrlandoK recording secretary, Mrs. and S2 per person. Mrs. Ray Altar and Rosary Society InSeminal. have met many persons who
The 11 donation will Include reservations early frog a parakeet, and a rat. CFour ; mond Souci is serving as the .. have said they read this cor

refreshments. Tickets may be Election: of officers: and John presented a discussion members of Monalgnor John( Sheehan; treasurer Mrs. general chairman. Ticket ner. This Is my last contribution

obtained at the door or by trustees for Court Sancta of his research before the Council Edward Carey; and corresponding chairmen are Mrs. Fred Dorsey \V* welcome two new affllUtiOB for next month our new

calling Mrs. J. L. Geiger, Marla will take place: on May members of the Associationat honored Bishop at the council 2112were secretary, M r .. AL 4- 939 and Mn. Tim la the council from president will have a messagefor

842' 10S. 7 at 7.5.: their meeting In Tampa. hall during the last regular James Fulk. othy Hanrahan AM 2-340& Manaryktowa. and Winter you. It has been fun and
Although the award has been Uardea.' very heartening to have had
On Sunday, May 17, the meeting. -----
Auxiliary will also sponsor a St. Petersburg Beach given for three years, this Is James J. Hesslon, Colonel St. Mary's Altar Society in you as readers. It Is not

Mother-Daughter Communion st. John the first time a Polk County Walter E. Elliott and Dennis Masaryktown has Father goodbye JUt

Breakfast. Mass will be said Mn. Joseph Weber spiritual student has been so recog A. Sweeney were designated e8' Ralph Cinque 0.S.B. as mod. A blentot.

St. Petersburg development chairman nized. enter Mrs. John A. Bena, Antoinette
.t St. John's Church, a< honorary members; this
Beach at 830 a m. St. John Ladles' Auxiliary Is The plaque WM presented meaning they have attainedthe Route 1, Box 278 Brookavllle

followed by breakfast In the planning an all spiritual program by Dr. Albert EsXenazi clinical age of M and have been ra Is the president.

parish hall Father Lawrence for May A at 8 p.m. In director of the Mental Knights for a period of K Orlando Central Deanery St. Petersburg

Cunningham will be the guest St. John's cafeteria. Health Center of Polk Coun has added the Holy Family

speaker Members will participateIn ty President of the Associa years.Bernard Gaits received the Women's Guild, Father Hugh

a Living Rosary followedby lion Xeane acting as moderatorand
title of honorary life member
: Edouard C. Craig
Crowning of the Blessed John aim' won a blue rib. : Mrs. Mlcheal Cerent, 12
this that he has
Petersburg meaning at
St. Mother Afterwards a panel bon award In Health and tained the age of 75 and has .,., West Coolidge Street Winter Centrector end Distributor

dUcUMlon: on retreats for laywomen Medicine and a 125 Saving also been a Knight for 25 ...:, Garden, as president. for

will be prevented, Bond from the Polk County The St. Augustine Deanery ttken; Metal, Ceramfe

panel members being Mrs Medical !k>>eI.t1Ior his study years.Also present for the occasion + ..... tlc .. had a fine meeting on April and MOMC! Tiles

Francis J. Doyle and Mn. Jo Lantana was a visiting Knight.Ray M ,. ...t. 7 In Jacksonville.) The surprise 17.94th St. So. 347-4101'
HEINZEN. seph F. IJueche, both of whomare of the day was the announcement -
ICrtreaU Smith, from Joliet, Illinois. .
I, officers of the West Florida o .. t of the new spiritual
On the weekend of May to t ..
:! Laywomen'i Retreat Association. f moderator for the Dean Holy Nama Church
r a retreat for young single St Andrew .wagJ
Mia ... ISM A... s*. girls over 17 yean of age will Officer! for St. Andrew ....." ... ery. Monsignor Patrick E.
rk..* ."..... Two all expense paid lay I l Nolan V.F announced that JACKSON'SSHOES
saw ontitw STAMPSe take place at the cenacle retreat Holy Name Society 106443, recently .
women's retreats will be .., Father W. Thomas Larkin of
... .
si a tats house with Father Joyce elected are ai follows:
r.- ......u.BLUE awarded at the conclusion of Christ the King parish la
Spencer C.?. of the PasstonlstMonastery Frank Gray president Walter !
the ..._
the program, through Jacksonville will be the newmoderator.
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the M. John's North Palm You".. lit .pt'.id.nt: DON BARDELLA
Ceneroilty .
Teach, In charge. The retreat Tom nirtoy. 3n4 >_e.."' ....,
Ladle AuiUIairt. Winners at Me...,.e
-1. DCCY/ deaneryMrs.
house located at 1100 South' dent; George flepnfeikl. treseuren : We welcome all of the sew' I
A cordial Invitation Is extended Dixie (routs 1)) In Lantana, ; Ed McDonald, secretary presidents elected d a r I a g &4I Central Are, I6MJ5S
to to all ladles in the Florida and Mlley House, marshal Woodrow Lee, left of St. Monica parish, these Month, sad look for
area to attend this meeting. Palatka. and Mrs. John Regan of Bleated Trinity

1C7r entries ""'u"a+aaaa+aaaa+
Guild. Jacksonville represented winning

St.Tarpon Unallus Springs respectively for the best general Interest program Moving 5Vt %

and the best spiritual program In the contest con .
Beginning May. 3, the Sunday wi. .15e15 I .w r 1 'T51Awls.
ducted recently by the St. Augustine Deanery a ........... .. .... saw ..a..raw. INTEREST
Manes for 8U Council of the Diocesan Council of Catholic ...... hors MY .... III' NaI.
Church Tarpon Springs, will .. Nw .N tw115 H. N.N ef
Women. .... ....... ...
be as follows: 8 a.m-, 10 a ra-, .1Ia. _. ,. wNMa ,

and 1130 am. "",\.\" ".,,,,,,,,,,''''''" CATHOLICChurchHospital
San Antonio

Enioy AUTOMATIC !it. Anthony Coming

"Keap-Rllad" i: 1 In exhibit 'the students of O'Bltlfctf

St Anthony's school San An- events School

Sunday afternoonput
T.I.1_.. 5.5. f.t." 5....
RIBBON PSo"et on public display their ,.... ._taI ..w/.11 .>.4m .._<. BONDS
FINANCING academic, scientific and art-! ef ... !... t.. J 1.1...... ... Weatfcer Kinq Paint: m _
St. P.t. ""1111 ..... _. f. W *.!.>.. __..|.
Mil "Help yew buy .* WUyewr / CUer-atef 444-1J14 tic: abilities. sat W _11 ... 20% OFF DANIEL T. WINTER i CO.
new tteme at lowest ,11.w' V r J The event was ftOD-< cott. Pw Mm te work for ". 4 Live and U held annually. Dull roast May 2. noon to Unfit May I .n ...Nra .. ...... ........

First Federal Savings arl The parochial school Is under 6 p.m. Camp San Pedro Malt- ST. PETE PAINT POT HAM* .. .... ..........
k the direction of the listen land. Monsignor Bishop Council .
A4 lea Attocletion OLDEST end LARGESTIN 'Cw.to wer Color Sev.e" ADDBIM .... .. ... ......
of the Order of !It. Benedict
2112. Kolghta of Columbus
Of St. Pe er buffl PIN ELLAS Try this kitchen treat Sister Mary RoMrto, ponaor.Spring. Comer TELEPHONE astral, l4.SSel& list' St. CITffFr ....... .,.r. .r.. .r.. .

_. principal
-- I\'. M<<>4t1...'! Itay, May 1nrelate" 5.1,1.4' dance May 8, Cedar
1<\ and Dad and the kids ('.."... r... Danish rulers HUU Armory Jackionvllle.

Ambulance Service .. ... Sacred Heart Women's CerKoCca Of RneBet C.1l1tty
are flung breakfast for 0.. a\t. pig. received at Guild
.. .
This C'C'.II' Nnw. ,,"'..t Mom! They can take her 1 ...-n.. ss..asy ".It" spumnor.
... ... .... l breakfast In bed a big Vatican Calvary Cemetery
t.t Mr w '.e N >ii )>lif.' rur-i MHr Tr&a.d.tllrcdasts on s e rut CityTIC'
Hoe down dance, May t. T-1*)
t1 t t1..5) ai..N ".4csw.
a ') FpclppedPHONE with
yea tray garnished a pink
........ W.wH Care
1 .\ .\ ITT .1,1. mMalghl.
342.8821 .'. .Ui r .Ujwhere carnation Scrambled egg ... ......

(II|T llmltl.. and sauMge highlight the ll..t wen M um.laste \ King Fied.rtckIx J.ckloWnWt. S.crnlHert U. S. It at SNi. St. N. PV,..e (2M23I
and Ingrkt I of Denmark
C. E. PREVATT MEMORIAL HOME menu with chocolate: .. '.. Queen Woiiwa1 i Otftkt aponcar. -
Complete Funeral Sem et f rem }I7S 10 1 3VtH St. N*. swirled coffee cake a ipe (..*... big I. l"ut.( mil.erg end fl'ltu.-milk.teUHt '" *U our home," Pope Office Open ,... PM D.3Y & M P.M. OIl Sw+d.y
Paul VI paid Utfeute to letbent
slat surprl*. he's l and the
kkia ran make trite rvffeerake peel tt Ug 10 lone working Denials nation Cart party May '?, S p.m.

AVOID WATER and RUST thmlrt )JUlit a.Men 'w'huMMgllMMito". Ck.e Ua.u w.p 01....b.,.,...by" and ..lo of the cMMren.care takes the la agejl Dmnurk Htdap >Iferry cafeteria 't.I'wtrhbwL 111.n art places .k.re
and milk the c.e
ttt to bag Netre o.me AullUry. *- yew s. eA.J
Mt tadesVtlh
Get oil tank filled now. f\I\cIr. an- the tfck... eta pJac., wlwe
your of MU ant Mend. With a \ Ug tpoAMV.frt y.w sea
reetttg w tab.
Heat of sun causes sweating In tank. Get your earl rf thccp lat. and a ... The P. alto pealed there
pas by ttl*, bg .
\taf-- .,kNM freedom uM farsseMn \ .... May 9, 4 p rn.
white weather Is spctakkng of rtiwwmMt tes v ...
heater cleaned and serviced .tJ whit ftagrs taut
ping its r4y to bake in ef our Church" la to 1 a a(. Can Cattle, .uc.nWeaua' sanl.u
sbvwt 4d aesrsla ,,
or "Cl&'fl
warm. t" ...****' ahiMtiwm fail .. Dew.etk anal Its overseas terr1a.Neti ales s Guild, spooaor. I D00 Trw pod,
eesapi ety baed.d Ikqw I and caHed. the regal
BOWEN'S pas tw \UlB.(i In the p* k- eee kc *e ...., batter re s4e'i visit art hlatork or Card party, May A 1 J'''.
.|.. Mom *tU he thrtO.ltint
seas MwJal alumanuq -. King Freiirrkk'i p-" St J***** pariah b.l(. StSt
Standard Oil Products UM Sadly rtliy reea&.ee't leal pM .......< top .k.agi. ecu, KlM OrtrtUa X sadttsr.e FeenewrL Jot*** GuUd.Metlter's But this it the place
hef M H MI aLry. Zile ..... .
tr1 .
t tOr. .
pre .
1eaudru.. classed .--
862.2450 .) .1..- .. .. where you hand! it alll
.... melted elcwn s'. ... F41+e set XV la 1Ak day tMiaar. hay

eeee b ttw. nMHbrtta etw.rta.. Slag FYI'4.II., Isle 10. M.f> KeMiy. HighDCCW a SAVE BORROW CHECK SAFE DEPOSIT
The Flower Dell thresell *. aprnit.he0Dg 100 SciiaeI. Jeeksrvtla.&
Ike rVfe -r Ie t.ab&, KereJ) .. Yaw Ceo.i. .
a-.a nc J ta ...cats.it I ,.
Florist & Gifts bag eeeP, .... 0.-, elk-4 Skit (brbtlassy 1...1bra. d cwes..a oosnell.s,
take in ,.,. May 11 t* U IotruMa.
c.-.aI St_Pe'enh. txetuN .
tell I I
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1 lei*m e* 2.ml i r:"J I atan.t JI lDu; May I*.IT. _.*.*. rw.et.

1 (wf ?'ti.er, f.w IJI Metram ..... ..sM aliIseeatls tile % ...u. KWrve N....t, J_fc. For Clubs
1.( f'..", ",!tine .net .. Chnr.A W ..,.,....t
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UNI A CAR i t Ml4 I IP"''' UM ,.... ClMrtfi, ... Mar ie .Rh )elM la-a--. For Holy Name

SEAFOOD AT ITS BEST seal tsewet aM tri.nutsd .,..... s.ut r.M nu.et, ; Brtalfatt

IUU tIN dwllot ...,.... I>Mo E-ttta ..... Jeeks..Wlw
Golden Fried or Boiled Shrimp I IIIoV\. Pewas tw.wrty = S For Church
i P04J1AR 110M ......,. stay 1'. tsswlS w 2pm.
Succulent Mrf Ms Cat a wg
Scallops ;; ........ ;
[ eae He .eM tIM .,.-r, A....N Te50siy perldtl.et.a..ule. >
Luscious Lobsters
GLOBE >?' ; aft ...w... tai wet ag w -

torn MVOKITK>>: .rrooll rurri-R l"uiiTi /etajy ..cwar..a-.l aM e4e 4 M.s's ........ liy >>-Ii.A. .

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4ots 41511573s XXilt- 'a 0IIt Hvt.ry ...
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1 Florida Catholic Friday May 1, 1964 I

X-rays reveal 4 Official Catholic directory lists

continued growth trend for U. S.

Pieta suffered
damage NKW: YORK (NC) There are 44,874.371 Catholics directory shows 3,311 more Instltutioni. -

in the 50 United States according to the ll*>4 Official an Increase! of 33.7
Catholic per cent; 3449, 302 more students

repaired in unknown past The total Includes all Catholics in the armed forces cent. an The Increase comparison of 133.2 per excludes .

at home and abroad in the diplomatic and other services
orphanages and protective
ROCHKSTKR.: : New housed abroad. The directory Just issued by P. J. KenNY & Sons,
York (NC) \-rays have revealed in a portable lead container Institutions
that The New York published said the new total is a 10-year increase
Michelangelo's famed Pieta was damagedonce gamma rays from
in the unknown past and repaired by a skilled crafts the cobalt were allowed' to 1 1l \ of 13.2.5t 4T. or 41.5 per cent over the 31.WS.421 puplU The !I.umber lathollc of elementary fulltlm

I man.The pierce the marble during the U S. Catholics in 1PM. create of lilt and 180.015 Sitters ami high schools reflectsUrrea as
l'- night and were halted' the l There are 2S archdiocesesIn an increase of 2S61 .
ray photographs were taken of the 6700()( -pound e of 101IM daring the
marble nest morning. the United States, with a Full tire teaching staffs of
statue In
St. Peter's basilica in Rome before it was .: past )ear.
\S'hen 1 first saw the Pieta Catholic population of 19.A19- all educational. Institutions
shipped to the Vatican Pavilion at the World's Fair in I IIM
New York. in Rome I f rote in my tracks" o fHrj) and 120 diocese with under Catholic auspices In. The 1557 parish and dloc-

bronae. according to Phillip said Corney, thinking he f iJ:45,4C, Including .MMXKK: ) ) creased by 77w, to a record sun high schools report tt77.1W ..
The. results made public by -making the repair work in. would have to do the work b Catholics reported' by the total of 191.12.V: comprising pupil, an increase cfJOJtO
E. -tntm Kudak here reveal Mtfibee to the naked ee. without removing the shroud '" ''Il h Military Ordinarlatt. The 2S! 11.1191 Priests' ; IUM schobttics, over 1'JtU; the 9tH( >1 private
th.t, five fingers on the left Once( that matter was archdioceses reported a 5rM Brothers, 101.441 Sisters, high schools with 9)1.253:
him! of the figure of the The flr"t man to *|M>I the cleared up. however, he set to growth of 903.557 and the 120: and (\. .I3I! lay teachers. Thereare show an Increase of 10,207 In
Rle.-ed Virgin had been ancient . tw"ken off and repaired with }I I. t'urne), II" .tmeriraii phs from schools
luly.I rto The seen archdioceses 264 more Brothers elementary now
t 1/I r UM of metal pins Them kI..tltb Kt; .l...B Kodak.. .
and Mario CasUgna. f with Catholic populations In ; :9ttV4! more Sisters and number 4.471.415. or 37.0.2
\.,II finger on the right Conwy took 30 ..rays of "Our first photos were ex ft. excels of one million\ areChUago. 5458\ more lay teachers than more, while stiKlenis In the
/lh i,ml or> the figure of l"hri the den** marble at the request pertmenul." Corner said IVe 2,3i.7tKlE; .S.w York a year agix 4.:
"i.I4 likewise damaged and of the conuwny that had found the marble of the Pieta t.I t. t :s..fIWatI1: ; l.i61.T.4; The J ear told generalljr (UrwMiltlered now total M.: Jl. In

reoalrel.tl'hen. Insured the masterpiece for den er than the nwrble I experimented Los Angtle*. 1. 32.411 I, Newark '. the 'beginning of addition, 17.113 students are

the accident happened *I; million during lu trip to with In Koines- I l..vW,7W; Itetroit, l.Wt.-' the nation's M.......1. enrollment accommodated In the 141 pro
\. and who did the repair New York. ter M.. and PhlUdelphla., l.OHi.-: .hoots tectlve Inatitutlons..
M-rk. t> *" tlll a mystery. How. The > t'\\I\UnUH After exceeding m.OOO: ( for
picture* were taken ReMr. the \-rays the f\- 9 H. Hrookljn at A compariMin compiled by
v er, John Goldsmith Phillips o\er a foundry period during pert ale. took Ml rliweaprvli At Vatican PavilionAt the laigrst diocese with a the directory shows how ten siKxe.lv* years, the nuns

curator of Western Holy Week when the 445yearold >r plrlnre of the M..Ip.! Catholic ,population of 1.57- lathollfs' hate met the demand her of converts entering the
European; art at the Metropolitan <073.< : Other dke.. with Catholic Church during 13\
masterpiece was normally lure ..r'...,. The .e are filed the Vatican Pavllio> .- the New York e more .* of supporting and etc
Mu eum of Art In \eltai In purple. Each !I. the \atkaai fur penujiaenlleferenre. than 5uu>u> arc Pituhurih. Iwulln1 their achoob while fell below this figure. The

Sew York, !gate the opinion day when the basilica was World's (Fair the famed Pia: ,>f Michelangelo 10.6M.. |II u f f al i Ut. W7 JiM.; contributing tax support for I23.9W! *\ concerts In 1003 rej
that a chunk of plaster falling .recent the I lowest annual
emptied the technicians setup Cle'eUml, tt&m; HinkxtlleCentre school The
from the ceiling of the their. :,In.OIlI.volt> electrical Corney called hU Pieta a.. U enclomni in a huge, bullet |prof> glass cane surrounded 770,1 U; Trenton. 37aIk !public\ of the number of contparlM school,- t''IInt.t the pert decade,
Plet.i oh.ipel) caused the damage ignment "the nx>.t challenging whkh time 1.3rtUI.
machine and photographedthe +.1. and) lYovWeivce' Sat.CH.1
and total students
and fatt-inatlng by Uant.. The ro it U exhibited in reported in
in the ,t&M tH project I ( .. cunverslods have been re-
statue for several hours. Mite ilii\ have undertaken In 25
<.les were dr.:'le1 <;T the! Fur the thicker parts of them of radiographic work. years is in darkness except for blur spotlights glittering change In Catholic |>oHiU- .* cateiittrles, In the new fort!..l
damaged p'tc".s: and nctjl -;bl. they u>ed emission! Lions and 19 reflected. d. .
The The first ( "5. ('lat 1I\lIe Hl-
pins I": -rt:1: 1 p: '.jbly of from radioactive: cobalt was carted by around the statue with a soft white spotlight cr........ Council volumes
Michelangelo In lf* It has rectory was p.M")''b'd I.I IIIIT.ut".tu.nt .
------ Advalws.s| were reported by V \TJIT"' <:Nt'IArrhbiihop
been moved five or six times playing directly upon it. Millions are expected| to in Sea The largest Increaneah Perlcle relict-, edition have
since then Vatican
view this Ion noted) In New of reflected the steady growthof
rir are not clear thAt. priceless art treasure from the Vatican. general seiretary the ecumenical
very on York. 75Jak! ; llnioklyn, 7J.4 W.I'aterwtn. council prevented the Church.The .

W.1TO l Prelates object "\. *; Philadelphia. 44AM.Wathlngtoit. I the first volume of the 11 eronderles Official Catholic Directory.
to of
teaching I U. C. 4J2tl. and of the Arts of the Vat few 11.: appears| In the same
Han Antonio 42. 71. KlnM additional Iran minell which litcUhleXfcl three editions and' binding

4'Arlington's marxist ideology in Peru's schools Sr*. rettMtled. In pep.Hal decUratlons and dla. a. heretofore.

vre,.*ee. of over 26,1111.1, courses to the cowivfltThe Name provincial

I.IMACThe( ) .% San-t.aae .( TM In Ik volume Imluiles the
t Archbishop of Trujillo In Peru has t% --H In"mii-lH iir feline n iatrmelala anti spmhea of XitlTH ..a"Tn1..*M
denounced a move by Peru's minister of education to begin 'I-t' Ihu ..., "r.tkonnlloMinK cllrghrl.as She luul .f en the late Pole. John XXIIIfront th.eiu (IVI'-Father' lik-h-
the teaching of marxism in the a,JIn..,.. ( a ra.rd 4..lne4 Trlex lu tTJSS. the
nation's schools ..
June II. inn)", to Ottober and) II. Sullivan C II C. president
h oIU"l\. furMix. gradual.that loa,.... e ur rernrde4..
Archbishop Federico Perez Silva CM. recently declared a 1, liana. It will I... followe.1 by of Wonehlll Colteg here
that "it is no secret the marxist Ideology with Its re There are stew St.rm dh- a series of book rnntalnlng hAt been si i.""t..1 l provincial!

tendency toward violence has been infiltrating (into the Quswatfa \U a _If- ** win '''I.! .<*. an lnrta.. of all the documents of' the vac rf the eastern province of the

schools) for the last two Yf'a,..." He said this "ln Uath'fI dared' "Itunuuilal |nrt...|pendent till; and nJAl ITIe.ts of r. rtoi4. ctunmUalons of the Holy Hues (father" .

Junior Name of the minister of education practically authorisesFebrtiatv <.(....\.... here lwlWthtit \* UgkrtM communities, an Inc council's '....'..r.tor' ptta**. The appointment" wa. mail
Holy what .Is being done he p.r Nuillv U. nfiptwevlto lie*.. of 11t. \at..1\ l fur the A atk'.n lUdkt eommenlator by father iernwilnM U-
tint he l I. %>M" o communism ai three rat ftrt. lima are ISJtt newly, orlUlnvil *.kt thai when the sec Untie. CMC. superior| general,
The Junior Holy Name Society of Christ the clandestinely. much ronrtnr.l l jU.iit tlitlllltl .Inept nutixint hiliM.iiihy| lie I'rtevta. IN 1* John own( series 'Is complete.1. "U will following the provincial Chapter

King parish elected officers in a joint Bf'II"lon'Ith' Education: minister. Fran growing ,.anmur,,., ., pats that rn ,lile ll\e pre XXIII. two Archbishops. prolMbly contain the same, of the I Inly" Rae fathers ,

the Jacksonville pariah society. The pastor ]Fa deco Mint Quevada hu pro- lion tn the .h..I. |iSaleoUn flan a .eiii.."".< of n>.i al..t( phll M three mhoia, | ant III Prl*.ta amount of material' as the here, father Kullhan\ stier >
ther W. Thomas Lark, is flanked by Larry Me- pied' Inaugurating courses I ..,ht'r iltH ,U,...t thl "I'll1.' w hI h lie "piilnu out I I.I I. are lUted, In tb. necrology first aerIe' which was made.t.I _U Father (le Ht l>.PriiriCHI \
Carthy president; harm Everett Jr., vice-pre on marxist 70' per rent 'of the learn( f" ., I the tNb i<* of ...."mu"-m. .U l'ruf.1| Iteugttnti personnelInrhMte t I up of IT hooka with a total ofJO.OU who h..lh.. pt.l
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CommentLasting death remains History affected by daily deedsWE

reason to identify guilt
rather than the Incandescence
rests in GodIT are familiar with the
peace ot a star. It may be a friendly
Christian hatred of that many of the
THE t word spoken a quick smile
seems to be Incur. stars which we see In the thoughtful
given, a courtesyextended.
SEEMS that the older we get the in tills world. The only absolute failures able-the Spanish Inquisition sky on a clear night, no longer Father It may be a minor

quicker the years tend to go by. are in hell. And as long as we are I U simply example.As a rather spectacular exist It has taken the light lo J. act of moral courage or of

living on this earth- regardless of Frank J. i from those stars so long to charity, a personal stand
Yet very few reach the goals they set we have seen, the Inquisition Treeecourse
station in life success made for truth or Justice
our age or or
in their was not concernedwith gbeed reach our earth that the stars
early youth. will always be possible. decency. It may be a crocs
Jews who remained themselves have burned out
Even retirement does not bring Perhaps the greatest lesson we unlearn borne or victory won over
Jews only with. those
long before their light becomes
lives the and this earth *elf Or it may be tragically
our tranquility peace from passing years on had received baptism and
that we expect. The reason for all of is that ultimately there is no success were suspected of not being visible to us. The stars a the opposite of any one of
art but their light will thee.
this is that God made our hearts rest without God. For God alone can sat. genuinely Christian. of successive .
travel on and on through the. generations Nothing that we do dies
less. No earthly endeavor lives up to isfy our thirst for happiness and Which does not mean that official who had Him cruel- universe until the end of to dilute the original\ Influence with ui Each deed, great or

the expectations. Our Blessed Lord peace.If. Christian nations have not tied time. but that first Impetus .small adds its bit in shapingthe
it all when lie said "For that maltreated Jews. Spain Itself In the first place, we remember
summed up we learn life's lesson no This is true even of the never will wholly die out. pattern of days jet ta
In time
that Christ's
what shall It profit a man if he gain one can crown our efforts with permanent expelled them In 1102. Severalof light from a humble match.If A similar chain reaction come.

the whole world and suffer the loss of success! but God, then the the Crusades began with there were more Jews living you strike a match it will follow from the exampleand

Ms soul? Or what shall a man give in past has not been spent in vain and massacres of Jews before the outside Palestine scattered than Inside; burns with a brief and feeble teaching of a goodPriest. It I U a grate responsibility
crusaders ever left Europe they were through. A saint be canonized which l is our, a* co-worker
exchange for his soul? holds flare. Yet the light waves may
the future great hopes.
the they
In the twelfth century and out a hundred years from with God In completing hits
We are made by and for God. And We must come to the conclusionthat again In the thirteenth, were to be found In the from that match have begun now because of something ultimate design for the unier -

we shall never be happy until we find there is no such thing as retire French kings decided on their Roman Empire, In Persia In their journey through the Father Smith said or did to 'e.We.
limitless reaches It
Him. Our faith brings us a certain ment from God. The Germans havean expulsion Edward I drove India. So the majority of space.

contentment for through it we nee the expression; We get too soon old them from England in 1290 Jews living at the time knew Is a compelling thought that day.Unhappily, evil has the cannot now see what
so small an act of ours should that design b. We only can
of the crime. What
and late smart. However it is and they only began to comeback nothing
possibility of satisfying that unquenchable too same perpetuating poweras
hi such timeless
Jews In Palestine ve consequences. continue, day by day to add
thirst for unending happiness. never too late to learn the Important In very small numbers cf the does virtue. History is one more small piece to the

This contentment is natural to every ]lesson' that St. Augustine taught us centuries afterwards.And \\ know that there wan a not provided with any kind of mosaic.

mortal. It should be of some consola when he said that our hearts wUl never short of expulsion hard core cf "wrlhe and It l. an eves more .sobering safety switch by which only An awareness! of the fact
in God. there were all sorts of restrictive 1'harisees". who followed Our thought to contemplate theneverending good Influence are allowedto
tion that there are no absolute failures rest they rest that our actions are setting
laws to effect of our flow onward with harmful .
as occupation land around and were contlnuidly forces in motion which will
residence and even dress inmost In argument with deed poa tbe course of human ; influences cut off at their
roll on to time's farthest
Sacred Scripture Catholic countries In a Him and very early determined history source. shore should help us to con

I general way Popes were on Ills death. What we do today will setoff Fortunately God's grace trol our Innate selfishnessand

kinder to them than their But of their numbers we a chain of events some can and often doe counteract egotism. We cannot of
Anguished soul feels rejectionAS subjects tended to be: but the notion. The Sanhed-
have no
great some small which: will the damaging force of the course, weigh at every moment
whole of JewUh and
story which handed Him
rln finally
continue down through the punt but God has committed the possible Impact of
most or all I le the contrast between Christian relation Is a bleak to I'llate had seventy
ONE begins to read over centuries as long as time shall himself' / to respect human each individual decision

psalm ?6, he get the Cods pant favors to one. members: we know that some last.! This Is easy to see In freedom. There I I. a limit to which we make. If we did so.

distinct Impression that he I li J III (people and their present let treating Jew harshly of these, like Nictxtemua and our major human relationships what God can be expected to probably nothing ever would

Father predicament. N not a _pc'<'in<..lljr ChrMUnliuhlt. loseph of Arlmathea were on as In the relationshipof get done. Unavoidably too

listening to the tortured John J. The second stanza (II-21)) 1 1a li The. Old Testament. U His side We must not be misled parent to child or of pastor do.We readily concede the enduring we shall make our share ot
cries of a soul! who feels him. meditation on the glorious by thinking of the Santiedrln flock. mistakes.We .
filled with' example" of what to influence of parent
pelf abandoned by Gcxl. Gradually CaMelotthe history of Israel!, specificallyon icnllle/ nullon did to them. as the governing body Good parent rear good Priest or other type of leader can and must keep try-

however this Impres- the Exodus from Egypt. and therefore entitled to children who In turn rear However we may not be so Ing however to be all that

.Ion change! Poetically he describes God'sguidance Three time they were expelled speak for the Jewish people; good children of their own, alert to the fact that each of a good man or woman ought

It I Is 'Indeed an I'nlhllall'I of the people l from pagan Rome they were Sadducee In major. who again rear another generation us, In the simplest of our ti> be, conscious of the truth

who |I. pm) Inr. lint he II Uinking through the Ited Sea but Though on the whole they itv, collaborators with the of good children un dally contacts with other (persons that none of u* is an Isolated
promliei made to their i rums the wandering In flourished In Moslem Spain, Roman conqueror, and the
up Island of
th' anguish of the tit finally there may be thou. Is setting in motion a humanity. Each of
forefather- Wa there no the deltrt'fry briefly yet we find that In 10U) four high Priests were Roman appointees.
Whole nation. sands of Individual whose chain of cause and effect us is an Integral part of an
hope? When faith waver, And here, quite abruptly thousand of them were massacred .
present virtue can be tracedto whose ending no man can interrelated process to whichall
there I I. no sure bade fur he a If the of In Granada: and In the
The sentiments are precisely stop, memory that did the great mass of a far,bock set of ancestors. foresee that we do contributes,
those of the hall. all this were too much for middle of the following century '
) people people of Jerusalem think Admittedly other Influence Our contribution may II e and in which nothing that we

during the Ilabylonlan exile A. we know from .uh_.. him. His heart Ii U broken; he they might almost have about thrl..l? will come into play In the the" tiny flare of a match do is totally Insignificant
Jerusalem lay In ruins; the quest history Cal hail not can go no further But we been wiped out If great numbers

temple, Cod'i own house, was really abandoned HIM people. know that he, and thousands had not fled for refugeto We have two pieces of evidence I.

a heap of rubble, and here Hot He was telling them e'- of, others like him revived Christian Spain. It was not : on the one hand His

were they Goer own people, lierleme what rejection by their faith and their shattered lure for the crucified Christ enemies did not dale to haveHim Quest

'enslaved a pagan land hundreds Cal felt like hopes that caUf-ed, Hitler to fend arrested for fear cf the

of mile away. Their millions of them to the gas l*>pulj! l.t: and on the other

physical lllhw a 1 bad They had 10 often and orallounly And aervents.From tut It I I". with all Gal'sloyal chamber, or that lie behind the morning cf His death The living unite in Mystical Body

enough but 'U was nothing abondoned Him In the soviet persecution! of found a crowd gathered

compared with the Insecurity, the past; they needed this time to Urn their which Jews are even now round Pilate's Judgment ..at.

the doubt, the terrors which tragic experience to bring faith Is sorely tried but they complaining clamoring for His crucifixion. Q. I. What. U the MjrotlcalItlHl wider\ union the Communionof country needs leaders of

haunted their heart and them to their sennet. And It persevere In the sure knowledge Yet It remains that Christians 1I.* quite fantastic what has )? Saints. highest quality all the time

iuul. was a bitterly tragic: expe that God ls faithful to could he stirred to action been built upon that crowd X. Who are lu member" ? If we restrict membershipto Great .Unues of social justice

II ad God rejected) them thence U wrung from the ills promise and that in ills Sgulniit them only tar We do not know who they X What are the require.menu those of the Catholic faith confront our nation' Internal
completely Were they. no.- peot tnlet'e Up* (trntiUo queatlon own Hood'tlm.*H. will rv- r..
)linger III. people. Ills III.:- ".'- '" If ward them for tts..lr courage, played In Our lord's. tru'Ifl they gave a certain air of I. .tre ll. member only this faith. All those who national Justice se wultlple,

cia) possession the heir of What pussies, the psalmist their loyalty and their trust mi< has N-en flung against having been brought there ti> those who lire living ate baptized Into Christ become m.mv of them Involving a
them ever elute. and amuses bout against Christ. Hut for members of l'hrlst- danger of nuclear war.
anything from mild dislike! to the rest we know nothing of J. tre Its' relrlrtl,,,.n. only members of lids Mystical Simetlmes In our American

Father Michael/ V. Cannon the sort of hatred that Luther them. Yet their cry 'HI fin those of the Catholicfaith Hody -and they cut off their j >lltlc* the conflict of l issuesIt

had. blood be on our heads and on ? membership. only when they not clearly defined. Sometimes
Minion of Nombrt De Dloi we find little to choose
\ Christ by
children1 heads' has deliberately reject
our *
"h.t Ma their' |1)lut !I. teen treated by Christians A, The Mystical Italy can denying faith In him. Many between<< pemon lltle.. nut we
<. hrl."'* death l.. underiUNid only In term should still not lie indifferent.
through the ages! as a ..olemnpronouncement there are who make partial.
eat ClUptGRS inCAtllOllC o. Jeans Christ the IncarnateS
c On the face of II, one would of the Jewish" dental" of faith without any Ilefore our present congress,
of G<>d. H* became man
for Instance, there are Issueswhich
"y that It would be Implble **- race, justifying the slaughterof to reileetn and sanctify men pervonal guilt. They do not
will demand
f.lon'O' : 11stony, to Imagine any crime any Jew anywhere.We He araitnplbthed! this" es entlally. peter themnelve from Christ ., < 1J up
committed. nineteen' hundred do know aomethtng by simple error; the hun"'" of
HIM life death .
by re.urrecttun
and I counted. The side on
)*ar* ago for which the ilekceivdenU about the numbers of those" and ascension But their baptism remain effective.

Chapter 10Btsllor Majesty) to have three curate h-rl..t| i eeailgsMa to the Utter of the criminal Jews of the time who accepted He must ,still bring the' effects which Catholic they stand how should to votew tell

CALDKRON'S: 1873 for the three principal languages wild alt bed. Mill merited masMMre EvenIf Our turd-there were a of It to eh person on earth Then there are others who ary hen these become

of the t provinces I "Kor defense t there U afortress every memt. >er of the rare hundred and twenty In Ke The Mystical IVxIy .ta an extension hare never been baptised but men candidates.

about the Missions liuale, Tiraurua, and Alm'lathe with 20 gun and' a lied been Involved In the original Upper lUxtm when the Holy of Himself, a continuation jet have faith -and often

cf Florida continued I; for the teaching or goal l.rrlllOl'Itrnor resident crime seventy generations U]hu t fme upon them St. of III. redeeming and 10\p. Only an encounter with (a. A* a rblld, I. l.ncUnif: I

"As regards I its (!St. Augu Christian doctrine and the In the rlty. a sergeantm arena a long while for Paul telht. w that after Hitrevurrertlon. sanctifying activities, jml It Christ! could have produced w*. taught to .look, epos. the

tine's) spiritual welfare It administering of the aacrnrnent >> two rapUhM" 3m,o ..nItt..t guilt to perstet l6tII hat rts Christ appearedto embrace* all those" who tome theoe iMnctMyl effects In Kat red Hot and chalke wbeaIbe

has a parish church dedicated to the 1 Indtew who ua- t men and two royal of. WIt U there to think that the fhe hwndred. of them at to Him In faith and bapttom.It them. And by seth encounter were rated ..,1., the

trt Saint Augustine served bya tally attend to the cultivating r.Ie1.M. whule of the' Jewish nation ore t....... Hate we a._y mildgmmud the' )nin themcelvee In same levattoii:, !. the :V|.... yly|

secular Prlmt a ....,I.t.n, rf the land of the reanlenuf "Going Mil of the city, at wan In\uheil In the handing l for betfovtag tfewt Ilk. ,U a...... ., the peopleof way to the Mystical B -ty.M b...n..... sash I should| IWMTmjr

and acolyte and a Krsncl.* the pte.ldl<) ("''t. Augu- half a league to the north over of Christ tv the Itooum efteovles SMMntiered mere? list, >>,Ued each and all I* e might cay that they have bead and clrlka my breast

ran convent, headquarters tine). there I Ie a SHM!) village of n common bead, Jesus t wrist. a hapttom of device. like' everybody. else I. Ibebnrrh.

fur" the province railed Saint aranely more than :W I I Italian, Ubo seeks U share. III* Bal I am cot looking
all the four hermitage* Jesse. rame on rank I. be
Helena with three monks, a la atttUAU, celled Nornbre d. Pope Paul VILauds dhln' IIf. with Ibem.Tt .t etntbdy .else I.. tiatrb-

suprrinr a preacher' a ill, wM.h f.'I' .etUled' amlfMB ) Ilk's, the mlasMi. ff vrhtrh) t, e most Intimate member the. sarrae.eut-the etfeelitedau.f camswith I.. the .'14'. rtea. e tell Sue
< cur hlllng
and with authority | > remain: Hun I'alrM
series from the rnntenl, c4 the If I am ""t.
Mycllral Hinly arethune
decree of lour Star lad, .( HolllNde' and e Gad
royal .
iy a Fo.W t.. the road from nations workingfor
"> g wise. are joined to Jesus A. "W are right You might
Peel to "*.., within an ev Christ by baHtoJSw f.Uh and In Hto Myatkeal nasty HteontlitUM hew y.%* r head in fervent
M. J. tent of M leagues f.I Uleu io liver a earraaant -
Murray Jove They sltare Ills We ta adoration before and after

I was roughly two ami common good at Fair full ...... .Mowtwr, ...... It -a lien l which producMremilu e., *i e'r. .' '".', I see r.j
a hair mileni there art II I who have kMt love art ... on earth All thmawh

Strange but true ....,.......u and. ......... of nape Paul has prat.r.i "e''. (|...ei\" our full 'l'pI..L i meealwee, inked ta tie rent. make. personal, rom rta t3 st .le r :.u' breast.TlvcFtorida,

ChrMltinl Imlldoe, ele..n tw New York WorMs lair m" .a Fur In fact >n it* very nature of the H-ly, aad 1st Cbrtot tt* |4Bint encounter with Him

Copyright. 1M, KC I News c?, > ire i longing) to the province of kttwr to Pw.t C nUiul M*. It asks to bring an ni|. Head, hy. haattoaa and faith.Thue He sans to Himself in Ilea.

Ttinuqua and 13 la that ..f1nea reek, who Mrved' .a iwpul I.. ply m which all nsUwa. .... who have r*> te4 faith M>Ucal Hui.

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*. Florid Catholic Frida,.. May 1. m t
Washington letterVolunteers

Pope commends great art

lauded for service
Vatican displays at FairC z 1 .. a 1 ,

E.ICEI CORPS volunteers Already returning Peace work with American Indiana
happy results I so,..far MI and* It with vllion at the New York P are returning home from Corps men and women have on a reservation.Of .

radiant hope-that Is to laY World's Fair should havegreater .yAri oversea' service better men won, !91 college .t.tnl.hiptl. the 291 Papal Volunteer
the exhibition of the activitiesin solemnity we have 1 r and women and batter American fellowships and scholarships: now In Latin America, abouta
which the Church U en- deckled to send as our representative ( *. They are In fact, a and more than >K) businesses score will coma back to the
gaged. a member of the *ne\r breed of American'* and corporations have Indicated ( U S. this year.

The Vatican Pavilion built Sacred College of Cardinals. This Is the testimony of their tnterent In hiring returnee Shriven says the Peace

with great skill and mastery r director Sargent Shriver'sh) *. Nearly 700 volunteers rlrp.'olunteers come back

mill offer to visitors' eyes the says bulne, education! anti have formally appliedfor dl'ferent and better. Pecru"*e
life of Christ Illustrated by Pope sends government are bidding for position with the U S. they ak what they can give

splendid works of art; the their services Information agency the state when they go they get more
manifold delegate department, the agency for than they give and comeback
used to
means in teaching
thlno hrlterha
All the good
the development, with languages and !invaluable
doctrine of the la say about She returnIng and the Peat. Corp staff At iklllfl.
Church; the undertakings and help Alaska Pear Corp wwkrr "
least W
are .I..uly workingfor "Hut. more Important,
cares many forms of .
could al o he salt| abut Ihcor..1 then .
\ continue
he "they com
charity; Its sanctifjlng efficacy 'or lailln
spread over the whole .OCHOR.IGF. (NO The Volunteer Flftvfl\e per cent of returning hack with a new maturity
earth apostolic delegate In the America Peace Curt volunteers antI with the knowledge that
; form of eland J
every \es
I vestment destined for United States carried person ..... ,. .:; _IT r r TT n Father John J. Conatdlne are pursuing higher education they have participated In the
divine worship and ally to the people of Alaska M NU PAVUA program dlrec- \ programs world's great events. \\e

I many
worthy of being known. the blessings of Pope Paul VIand Time approaches for women to meet tor, finds that an ln\t ree.le Th. P \\ 1.1 program lIhi know that the career aspirations
a contribution for relief of returning volunteersare
number of the returnees are
.... ... rl..l
rhree.leor ,*
a |
fa addition/ It will b. IM>..|. work. V.F. chairman of the convention nxtoui to continue their different from the ones
Monsignor C L. KUlander' general ; ot service sad the first roles-l
big to admire there, placed Archbishop Egidlo the Church In the they hd when they went
Vagnottl pastor of St. Martha church Sarasota Mrs. C. Danner convention servicemanager work for I.n. are now brftlMnlng..
with great prominence, the came here from Washing UnUeil, State. lie a is guiding the Catholic organizationsof for the' Sarasota Chamber of rrlurn lo Ibis romtiry.S .
states and Miss Anne Tucker alai
women in his deanery in preparingfor Commerce )
pies, the dead anti "th. will make a difference
supporting made an Inspection tour of says Shriven measure theircompetence vrr.l alre.Mly are working ,
CkrUt on her knee*. damage In the earthquake- the forthcoming convention of the of Bradenton. DCT\V publicity chair- not hy whet they for Catholic: ageitcle to the Job.
Diocesan Council of Catholic Worn tn, man. Delegates are now reserving Itnth Peace Corp and Papal
With this stricken area here and In Kodiak can di> for themwelvet Nit others are k >klng for such
piece of sculpture and Seward. The prelate Putting forth program suggestionsare their own rooms directly with the what they ran do for other. fhurrh work ar tan Ullliethe Volunteers not only da something -

Michelangelo who easily surpassed also appeared later on local from left Mrs. Charles Ockel- Azure Tide and the Three Crowns "It It no ",,,,,,In." he a every other artist, our
passed himself when with television. mann. of St. Martha's, president' of Motel for May 1113. the dates for the that they" are prime .n.I" galne l ahruHit Due young they return home anxious to
the Southwest Coast annual convention. date for ouutatwtlnn career woman, rrtiinife. for eiampl'i da something big In their own
sublime art as a sculptor and He said he wa tnt by ,
In government, business anti has expre* r\l a deilrs ti> country.SARASOTABRADENTON.
no less with religious devotion Tope pawl to "etldrnre the Mrs. James" L. Lacher of Rradenton,
education. have
Irjplred In him from on high Pontiff concern and arfro
when a man five or
he sculpted the figure of the lion for the
people of Alaska Grandson
joins himself for the betterment
Pontiff varies activitiesin
Madonna which no one of .en- la thru trJIDI da)*.* and development of otherfteople
slthe feelings can admire 'IrIt.1G1. C'''llfurMl f'(')
without being deeply moved.! "It is comforting to eec the \ ritmtann" of the Ute Pree- he tlf'C'On\ft a letter
By its extraordinary presence spirit of the people starting stepped schedule l 1.1..111r.nl.lln I). Ilmwevelth l"'rtII em hlnwelfThe
same, of emime. an-- FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
reconstruction said I the
may this marble statue, .. |..lneil the Christian
which confers so muth splendor Archbishop. "The important Imu: : (:NO)-Pope Paul \Ta rounds of public Masses Hr..lher |SIN to I'AVl.Kitliinieei. ".
on the Vatican basilica thing is to go buck to work audience and visits were noticeably stepped up duringthe I.iinra Roosevelt Jr 1A U I who Rite of (bench.. lit BRADENTON SARASOTA
other. In a .nim' ill-
help pr
not to lone faith In the
and which has been trans future last week of April and the first seven days of May. n.w Hrother Matthew Slav'1.1 Yean
reeled bv the < hitchDeadlnes Service For 61
of Alaska and Its
ported for short while jxwsibilttle sf studying at the llroth-
a beyond r
the immense expanses *.- Ailde from the ordinary ad- \i.lt. Proteatant Kaiser \\' er.* novitiate. here In Napa. ...%..,*,..." "%" ." ,...." ,

of the ocean attract to Itself rchbl..hp"agn. nl presented mlnl..tnUuIM'IIII. and the helm II of Germany hail *eUIt t some He will ow>H.*<. his ;

glances full of admirationfrom the papal relief ron.tributlon formal schedule of audience"* to .Pope Plus X In ISIS to rlo'\III..t. nest January. .... i5.a.. 1... .., ......
a great number of propit to Bishop lrm and work, the Pop set himself mark the 17th rontenary of IIrnl..... Matthew ItavM H *.._... _.. t.. el...... | .ikn 3ttf.
the Roman Km: |..ror OMV the" I' ". >- .f5M* .. !.!.. ..... ''I...a.f i ii turm111hl Iflfmortal Jlark.
of at '
O'FUnajan Juneau. the -
and produce In their a busy schedule of eon repreoent.itix ... ,i...... .k..M ..... Ik.
aUntlne'a freeing of the from California ami ...... .. .. .. ..
hearts a lively and deep 1mpreulon In Anchorage, the Archbishop <4II k. f t kll lt
which may then re went to Providence etents which brought ,him Church from the cataeowibn the former Romelle Mrhneldrr .. ik. '.,11..... r.....rFUNERAL ...... Sarasota County

main permanently carted on Hospital which cared for Into contact with altar- hoy, The gift l. a copy of the who I I. a Cut hull. .." " " " ,

their memories. May It attract maul of the injured In thl farm. workers, labor unionists UiMlartl of (ConnUntln -a Endowed Care Mausoleum
them from the visible" to In. area denptte moderately and t........ fill pI1..... circle mrlnring the cht this a.U..k HOME
x Islble realities and In a mysterious severe damage to Its facili Saturday, April. a. the (<< .letter. monogram cf NonSectarian
language made ratherof ties. The apiMtolIc delegate: Pope rlfarM. \taas In M. the name of Christ which the :IE SERVICE

silence, apeak to them of accompanied bv Sinter Itar Peter's hMtltr at "m. for emperor had carried. Into battle IRADENTON-120 Mtft.Ua A... Wilt 5833 S, Tamiami Trail Ph. 9241993DO
the Christian .Faith the mother hara Ellen: hospital administrator at MllvUn. HrMire to win
thousands of Roman altar ANNA MARIA' ISlA 0- 4000 Marina Or.:..
of heroism! the nourlshercf offered Mare In the t.,y. an. well M thousands fpllgrlnw clear title a* ruler of the
virtues and the generous hospital' chapel and then who happened to to Human Kmplre:

cower of Joy and beauty. \Ulted. the lerlouxly Injured In the" Kternal: Lily that day. Plus X. on receiving the
Accordingly! and so that the brtiiglng worth of comfort At 5 P m the" rofn grnnted an KaUwr. gift ordered a churchto :

opening) of the Vatican ra.I and encouragement. audience to 35.n*) farm workers lie built on the FtemlnUnhktthwuy
I Mtherett in the. Vatican close to the spud

tuurtyitrd t>f Ann lhama '.. here ftHMtatntlne U t..ll.ud YOUKHOVMHMASACAIHOLK 1
\ These delightful stops will The following lay tope to have hot hi. vUkin"of
the cress with the woriU 11\
Paul wa airaln in the VatteonlwiUc IhU ioI4.n00 WW Conquer" I '
double the pleasure of .. to celebrate Mats at boa.per '.., )
'which IH him to carry a
ItM *m. fur a gr"'u|' of |.. ,.{
with this. ChrUtlan motto
visit jrrlmi from a great numt.r *f
l your convention Italian d........... On April 2". Into the bottle YOU I MAY ENJOY I II THE

to Sarasota. the !'fIrp.k.. an afternoon The Kalcer's gift wabrmiltM .
visit to the IVmtlfkml Hr.HIln .- to holy CrtMa church
I Collage, and on May I H1..t.r.I..1 a oak t..fftr. the Poi.'. tl ln FINEST LOW I COST I II
}MM at 10 a m In In run MC't taft with aimrver*
( ot ttr ?; SL PHer for thouMnrfu of Jar reMtrtrttam. led hy .....*.
the y tar Roman and )11........ trail ttp Peter r."...... van ........, HOSPITAl I MEDICAL I I ,

untonlnl. who had earn In papal MCTUUn.Labor .
SARASOTA'S ORIGINAL RAW SARI Home for the feast et Kt Jo-
I n'1:f. south of Slictney Point Read on Seth TraJ (U.S 41)') ..;>h *h* Unrmer May ::1 h*
"Yo1l1 kwe. ew S..food"INFOUAAl +' A. again to he. In Ml ....., study

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Florida Catholic Friday May 1, IQfit The new apostles

:Pope praisesU. Priest eases prisoners' lives

By Glen D. Klttler and he was as adept at their sodalities for the wometi .tlC

S. efforts giving Priest was surely the coarse lingo as they were. children, obliging then U
THE bring fallen Catholics to Mass.
man to ask to be sent For all of then, this wn

.. f d to the Island prison. Located the first time I. their II... The chapel was soon so(
help to Latin neighbors 4Iti 60 miles off the west of
A coast they had met a Priest they crowded that Father was saying

)Mexico Islas Tree Marias was could communicate with. three Masses every Sunday -

ROME (NC)-Pope Paul VI has expressed gratitudeto considered to be the most for men surprised; to find

U. S. Catholics for their efforts to help the Church in rugged prison In the world Having; almost become one themselves at the Communion

Latin America.In and so were the men who of them. Father Martinet understood nil

our Latin American Catholics were sent there. these men He knew
Father's nudgeswere
an audience granted last
possess the means to worship that like him they had,been
week to Archbishop Antonio rAs. Father Manuel Martinez stiff-arm shove. One
God and to live raised In anticlerical era
Christian an
Samore, vice president of the S.J., was at home among killers man with a record of 150
lives. as God ordains. for and probably had no contact:
pontifical tommiiHlon! for : he had come close to murders laughed! off F'ather'ssugge.tion
them," the Pope said. with Priests But he also
Latin America, and to Father being on. himself Raised In for confession by

John Considine MM( director 1t the slums of a rough Mexican knew that, again like him,. saying he had nothing to confess

of the Latin American By Cardinal mining town, he had becomea the faith Inherited was in from their better marrow. 'Then you have no con-

bureau of the National Catholic i ruthless street fighter in science: :' Father said, "and \if

Welfare Conference, the his. teens and had been a days In Mexico and that it you have no conscience you

Pope asked them to 'convey Brazil hadwarning leader In the revolution that needed only life some nudging to are not much of a man"
bring It to
our heartfelt thanks to all shook his country during the .
The challenge to manlinehrnaxhl .
those in the United State World War I years. Lives made safer
on a set' 'ira of argument
who work for oncommunists
this spoctdlpiogram The change/ !I.aIm/ orrsrred
led religion
*, which to
Some of his nudging w snot
on behalf of Ldlln
America" while he ass !I.al./ :eM. He too happily received After dl..u..lnn l _Mhkh led to the

had hurried home to he at tb. completing their Initial man'* return to the I hnrcb.

The Pop computed i the side of his' dying mother and confinement the convicts
Kin m1 ..MNHKOc; < )- found Another man who had sue
Priest there
I..ttln American Kudtloa! to a were allowed to live outside
The de ceWully escaped from a
Archbishop of Rio
the Bowing of ..I'd. tuylng In their
As a revolutionist he hated the prison compound
Janeiro Jaime Cardinal d* score of prisons managed to

There 1 Is a time for sowIng Barroi Camara, had warnedthe Priests. But now he saw the own huts and It so happened got away from the Island in

for working the ground, people of Brazil to beware peace the Priest brought his that their food allotments contained a stolen boat but he was cap

and a propitious time for the rit s communist take-over oftheir mother. He saw, too that the all the ingredients to tured soon after reaching the

harvest.! This is the propitious country Priest- a hunted rrun -had brew liquor. Father had the mainland. Brought back he

time in Latin America In a recent nationwide t 1 .. the courage to come out of sugar ration cut and changedthe fell 111 a few months later

Let it pass and great harm radio talk the 70-year-old prelate hiding when someone needed type of corn meal; the and realizing that death was

can follow" spiritual l leader of him.Young home brewing ceased ,as did near, asked the Priest for the

Pop Paul paid special Brazils 68 million Catholics Manuel never forgot the fighting and killing that sacraments

tribute to Richard Cardinal said a communist revolution the experience When the often resulted from the drunken Then he said: "You know,

Cushlng of Baton founderof could take place there "any fighting ended he presented sprees, Thereafter, Island Father I was wondering hy

the Society of fit James day. himself to the Jesuits and life was not as merry, but it this time I was not able to

.. -- --- -- __ accepted was sent to Kansasfor was safer,
the ApoMtle, which sends U. S.mMlonary There was\ growing political "--'-- "' .r escape a prison but now I

Priests to Latin tension in Brazil and since training Ordained In 1977 Also, married prisoners think I understand There

America, "and to so many then the country'a left.leanIng Michelangelo is in the news he worked first among the were allowed to bring their were no Prtet, at the other

Bishop who are giving their Jose Goulart was deposed migrant laborers In the South wives and children to the prisons, but you are here. I
Sistine chapel's altar at the Vatican Rome In 1564 and in mid-April. Pope island.
west then at the Tarahumara
Prletts and material aid. He and replaced by interim President think God wanted me here"

also:: acknowledged the contributions Paxchoal 1 Ranieri Mazcllll stands before the Last Judgment, Paul VI commemorated MichelangeloIn Indian missions In Chihuahua Th. problem lmiliil| | In "\'ou know my friend," Father

of 'th generous religious above masterpiece which covers the the fourth centenary of his death then In Guadalajara." In IfMiO; this were firally revolted by Martinez said, "I think

entire wall. Michelangelo decoratedthe both by celebrating Mass in the Sistine he learned that a Priest was "
congregations and of The Brazilian congress just Father when. he oiganledLithuanian lie wants me here, too.

millions of American Catholics this week elected General Sistine chapel beginning in 1508.: chapel and later by Baying how happyhe needed at the Uland prison

whose hearts are with Humberto Cantelo Branro as He worked on thin Last Judgment was that "America had welcomedthe and asked for the job youths resist

their suffering brothers in provisional' piettldent' and empowered fresco from 1535 to 1541. lie died at visit of the Pieta by the artist
Feels chill air
Latin America him summarily to

'Let none of u. rent until purge rommunUt and extremists communist-taught atheism
The prisoners many of

Elected Superior ties from official agen Holy Father honors Michelangelowhen them turning revolutionists to crime, were before not BhKLl.V (NC)-Militant atheism is meeting strong

KOMK I : (CSn-U.K..tJOrn Father military officer I.,solidly a career pro- ready for anything like rather resistance in high schools of communist-ruled Lithuania,

Wilfred Dufault A.A., American and antlcommuHint. Martinez. They expected : according to reports reach-
last descendant "I cannot foibld believers
receiving him to remain In his
has been elected to a second ing here.
to attend church! the Priest
chapel at his prayers, but the
an superior ,
grmeral Komjuanlmo Tlesa. coir.mu
of the AugUKtlntans of In hi* talk, Cardinal d. KOMK: (NO-When Pope Paul VI marked the fourth c ,uldn't Iw hiie, especiallyduring first day he donned the same nUt publication or'lIno., !is reported to have told the

,the Itairo, 'amirs warned that"lommanM the i t'remunlt'fll commemorating work clothes the prisoners school representatives
Assumption. centenary of Michelangelo's death last week, M... tina Lithuania state In a recent'
airnl" already the wore and went out in the The soviet constitution
Born In Mamachuetts fourth centenary
Spencer Buonarroti Castrluccl last collateral descendant of the iiwue that "some students are
December hold high government posts) fields with the men. guarantees to iu citizens the
on 11, celebrated Italian Renaissance artist was a special guest deeply, even fanatically religious -
1907, he was educated .t Assumption To remedy this\ she found One man told him: "I don't .' freedom to profess or nut to
"If they should one day here. The evening before celebrating a memorial Mass in "
College In Worcester the name of the parish Priest like Priests MO stay out of profess religion.
take over power In the mars.try the Vatican's Sistine chapel on April 19 the Pope receivedthe Religion ,Is an Ideology
of the Father 1U kill
entered the AssumptionItl area, Nello my way or you'
bu-wd' Idwli.tic
Catholic Priests will\ bemurdered philosophy
congregation In Quebec InJ19TO thurihts will\ \ lMI .. artist's last descendantIn hrought In lime nulht ol the AnkWnl, and: .*ked him IfI'nelhingSoutdn't "Oh. I dust ml''a" dJl.t'said ," the pallor| warned. "lu At funeral Mass
tie done
to .
:" : .and wm ordainedn on tlr e, h\lfua.wr\\ audience Itubltc \J mm Irl.b s"-hoof, girl tfrtw! .1 hi*t ttc\ilariy' sine' *.h.r. ""'.. ready for iltKms. muraltly and ancient

.Jlomt In 19JI He earned degrees robbed and we will be ruled "Nuw I can the happy. ," the 'she... lanilly Mrs ,In Rome she had never left her native* It. Hal I".',.. not, mjr friend.1* traditions: maintain\ very great HlttMMrl'M" : ( (1": (.f't) .
: In theology from the lullty In the cunsclounHs Cardinal Suenens of MallnesHruiweU q
I by barbaric cruelty, he 81'year-old Mrs I Canteluci I She U loan llxgeruM, 1VV village. and never had seen The admonition worried the has urged Catholicsto
Pontifical of Rt.Thomas the
University of people If one wishes
said told after she had
. In and newsmen ear-old' daughter of fergus anv' of Michelangelo' works man. \ few weeks later he join In Holy Communion
to combat them
Aquinas successfully
"fuinmunlm steadily teen brought to Home" from
"in pursues F'Itzgerskl. an official of the From that point on, the went to the chapel to begin at funeral Masse..
philosophy from CatholicI.aval It Is not enough not to believeIn
Its aim with great de her native village of Pawn
I'nhed Natlwna food and agrl- Ithm. tiathetvil montentum the instruction that led to '
. University In Quebec Cud and not to attend "V\ e ask you this lnUtent-
termination under I'ecoral of the of
a government provlmt
culture organisation.Jown. with the result that Mrs. Cass hi* first Holy Communion
church One mud be .a ly Bach: time you attend a
which does nothing to Flores .
< who attends an Italian teluetl 1 w aa quest of the }'Itsfstrabni It WM in this dim. un
militant athetnL"The funeral let It aide to deepen
t ji male save Its |people| from disaster The IVM gave her a rosary srhonl In Home rMrtkecl the In Home and guest of complicate manner that Father
.1.1-.1 faith male It an occasion
to defend their rights Oppressing \ and miHl.il of his jxjotlflcate\ .hMMMng nf a school chary UM. l
i .. .. Crls-...*.! U ...... our people who are not and Invited her to lie hoe which mntkonnl the enlat Ftttlnglv enough Joan and after man on the Uland He t*.k of atheistic )oslh' ilnle of congregational prayer.

Ambulance Service; capable of defending themselves guest at the Mess the followIng lane of Mr I *. (telurrl and her sister i Jennifer arcompuiiled lived' an they. ilM, In a jrrawihut e-.lahll-.hed' I. She high. and also\ one Cardinal of devout Communion
the said.
VA 4.| 71 ." the Cardinal con nxMnlngl the test that she hail neMr Mi. isieliHtt i to the he ate and iire *ed as ..chas use at removing ;

ST. AUGUSTINE tinued.High. !:\l 1.'lenre nf Ihe last Hnrendant lawn to Home The girl fell piiwl| 4iulieiiie' and received then did, his day wan as Ions ...d.... fr .m the "rletche..f .

political officials too of :Mkhrlangrln. Ma ...Irv that the old women the pi.1"| |pa"i-.nil Ihiilkn. a- th.ltll. his work a. herd .hardened. rtllfloa fanalk MEMORIAL
not respond and show ix reaction .."

whatsoever to the Sunday Mass Schedule in the DioceseClip ... .. CHAPEL.. ._. .
warning of the IMnhops oft OM example Is cited of two r* '>k k I** lltl

>f this country In the face of communist youths who had. SEMINOLE BEACH

a people haunted by the ten ( and "nave." This schedule ('contain (the Ulr.t Information from the -r-ariihe.) been caught singing In the MEMORIAL CHAPEL

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Ascension day marked T The Florida Catholic. Friday May 1.1994

Christ's command reflected on Church set

by pilgrims visiting Holy Land Mrr for West parish Coast on

By Brother Louis Sweeney" O.F.\(. of the roar portable altar

JERrSAI.ll: : Jordan (XC)-Ascension Day In the where Maas In now being celebrated \FKTY: HtRIIOR Con-

Holy Land is a day of pilgrimage beginning with a climb almost rontUOB l;. structlon will start Immediately

I to the summit of the Mount of Olives directly across the Unlike those during Holy on the new church

Kedron Valley from the city of Jerusalem. Here prayers Week most of the pilgrimsnow Molding here far" Esplrltu

"are offered on the site where Christ told his disciples to are Arab Christians from Santo parish according to Father

Oo teach all nations" and then ascended before their Jerusalem the Immediate vicinity Bernard F. Dittman.
e 'es. and
r nearby Bethlehem.
lAss than a mile from the diameter the squat circular Many com on foot others 1 The modern, rectangular

city a high walled enclosure chapel with Its round dome prefer to use a convenient bus 1 I / structure Mill sent imi p.rUhInner .

surrounds a chapel built during strongly suggests the architecture !. service. Th l i t
open spaces on *. .1 r..rl'h hall that will
the era of the of Islam rather than the
Crusades take
hilltop on the appearance
accommodate Sill l I. Intladed
Ni, more than a few yards in the tradition of Christianity.When of a picnic grove as .
the Crusaders left In various T'i r In the construction |>Unv
family group take i
Candles burn fact. the site became a Mosquearea their I breakfast folioing It will be built on church
for Moslem
prayer. Mass property on Suit Rout WOuppoatt

for lands Today the area U unoccupied Then large numbers cf Phlllippl Park In
now except for the stream of harbor
people gather one more In Safety
from all over the
world the chapel area this Um forth Ormond Beach for first Catholic schoolThe The parth-wld campaignto
ruled by Reds who com to *e* the ready
stone floor of the chapel. In closing ceienvony and a raise funds to help finance

\IK\\\: (>n)-Nint candies which U embedded' a depression Solemn High Mass As they bulldozer in the background, welcomed! to his parish the dean Conctia. of the Dunnell and Korona the cut has bn a IUCCCM
stand in .h. cool spring father Dttunan I.hI. A few
representing communist- resembling a footprint. manned for action is at the scene and neighboring parish Priests for parishes; Ormond'a Father James
ruled countries will breeze under an Intent blue more parishioners art yet to
burn In of ceremonies where the afternoon event !'rea. F. William J.
the groundwas Sunday llerlihy; Monsignor
the Austrian national Marian[ &.I"< It wa left Eastern sky dotted with small tie reached and additional
shrine at MarUaeU. when by the font of Christ a* lie white clouds many think and broken on April 19 for the new cot were, from left, Father Henri Mullally 1 1'.4V... ., and Father pledges art expected when

Mass I if celebrated' on May. 3 Mended Into leave some give expression to their school. serving St. HrenJan parishin J. Bergeron of Ormond 5 Father Irvine NU f'nt. both: of Dayton the final result art reported

by Stefan Cardinal Wjsijn- Each year it .la thoughts, TliU u hew It must Ormond peach bather Neil! A. Thomas U. Gross pastor of St. Tat. Beach pariahes. Over 40 men o( the parish

ski primate. of Poland. for the Franciscan custodiansof necessary have been.* Sager. right and !his assistants rick's In Gainesville; Father Diego worked on the campaign

Each of the nlnt candles the Holy Land shrines to .- -- ------- -- committee, under the direction .

has been donated by one of renew their privilege with the of t.allr.nee Dunn, fen

the nine provinces of Au. authorities of using the location St. Augustine Foundationto era! chairman and Mr Her-
trla and nard cochatrman.Others .
represent one of to observe the feast. Gonjre.
the Red ruled who headed commit.
countries of Ceremonies begin late In _....
Eastern EuropePoland: the afternoon of the vigil tee were J. Illckman nanlty

Czechoslovakia, Rumania t with the solemn chanting of attend Mission Mass Frank Mudano, Jim. Or-

Hungary Bulgaria. Lithuania Vespers followed a procession Undo, Uwrenit K u 11t1.I

Estonia and Latvia. The can- of red dl. for Poland was donated and brown'robed Franciscan h 1"0 aiirlenl dor.meBl, ofkloride' Scholarship, which pnjviinlfor m m a f U la I. I oiwptk, lluJiKwkl I. floes Carruba. Mau-
by the John I>own* ,
of Crtromert
city Vienna.Ader .'y the ,
friars singing the *|>..1." uluUI two years travel) and l eta the Mass, .| which Frank C r'allla, Frank Gorman
Litany of the Saints as theycircle put. The h l the MarUnl
In :"r"I"| 114.h"dlili" was presented| .l-
and 8h
Cardinal Melvln Miller
Ny./n-M will \ ,
the exterior cf the sue, of the m<*t highly priced, 'u Award Iiv the fnlverltyof
preach. a nnvena o( iperUI The dimimenti are new dun Mub6The .
chapel the (>lile.t architectural Mholarvhip l, Ifevt.m, In fM7./ and the
prayers to our Lady, Motherof Supper that night Is servedIn Ling microfilmed at the library Erelarwi: Prothert. ..n-
In the country, Henry llerlng Memorial Melal -
the tklavlc >.(lon., WOJ be.gln. the nearby friary at Beth- cf Cungren.. lather era) eonlraeuw o( 8t Pettrtt -
the Ntlon.
Mr. Kennedy stuttte l In by gculeweIIndMy
phage' and then all ll..Hn war In Washington rg. have tn awarded the
retire totwo ,
Rom. Part, ami traveled" cxPensively In iwtt.II .
Invited by the Austrian large tents set Up Inside tart week to study. the pro contract.,
Catholic youth association, the enclosure gre* of title work. throufhout Mump: WM also Architect for
surrounding At rr with parllcuUr\ emph**!. mtth
the primal of Poland h akin! the N..r.tl11'iMM I fur Chllilrvn -
will the Ascension chapeLAt At that tint entn .
aunty. (4 *........kiilarrhllertur Maasacbu
arrl\ here May 1 as the midnight the singing of pitted arrangement with led *, In Husttun, Daytona Beach

guest of Franziskus Cardinal Matins, the Church's officialprdawn library of (Costgre for a lie ha.lnen aomrUteil, with.. set'*, for w-Mrh he WM a wanted
the J. lIar"lDCI"r".
Koenlx of'I..nna.. II.11'111 microfilming" ri
prayer la the only joint P""Irall.f .
Ms *.| firm oftnd blagIeia.
peee (i bid Medal| l 'by the ikrtvnlhmbty
offer Maw at the same e\e- sound to be heard In the quiet Spanish tWuitwMU illl \In Walsh
and storelaf
ning In St. Stephens cathedral darkness' and It Is followedby Spot 1"- Kein.dy uf Arehttovta.II .
} std made
WM a Irtn.rI.
here for the Vienna Polish the celebration of MilL r The architect eammlalotv l ( I I. t member. or the haters end A-Iu" feed
In 141.Of
,I colony, and Is scheduled! r 1 'I t'1 the FawmUtlon to Iwlkl Anwlestn ln..ltui. of Archl-
Not ... e OPA I P.M, 1.1 I II I PM.l .
to meet with their representatives long after Hie, the the IWM'Ot.f the Faith .Ik* itrliln! firm' memb t*.'u. who *.1.v.I.h'm| toth

afterward There are lint pilgrim befl to arrive, :/1font hlth Illumlnaieil .i., h. I I. |K. M.1.| ..nh.l .r, statue of fellow f.>rorhlvnnt e .nqul iatitEee. ;>

torn 60(10( Poles now resident taking their pUr before oa* (,'rt_ a V4lv fhureh. soda II. l. reUlere4 I* prirlk. In design In 1*>..I,

in Austria. I.Ihru.AM'hh... U a partner .""II"'.,* In .even stales, sell WM recently .!.<...I nilAMnrUt e CU.* Heads On of .
Polish site Ascension
The Cardinal! will leave forth day In the firm ef M..ttnnlnc < Lsl.Mag ....1'1.' ... nf th* Ntt'''nal SAN REMO

opening of Marlasell celebrations tillCPoetm.a.:) Built over the traditional site of Christ' Ascension | Walsh an>l K.NI"1 of Academy fir |vtgn.. lie hat
Among the < .l
the next morning ter General John A. Rronou- on the summit of the Mount of Olive, IkMton. .. been .uM**.tvly secretary
walks ref( hU "1'11'h.
The shrine dates back to ski the first person of Polish east of the city of Jerusalem U this Crusader Horn In ItrtmVlyn, Rugen soil pr*.lf th* Marhu < 'tiro so. RIOGEWOOO'
( ri( Mary Our q'
ie ti t
1157 and gained considerable ancestry to serve In the United Chapel Ascension Thursday a holy day of ob "'. Kennedy Jr re.elv' * In lUUlnvnr*. Maryland\ iiv!t I
popularity when Moravian States Cabinet, will be the ligation will be observed on May T. g.nr.l and architectural ..!' Inn |institute .4 Architects, CL 2.1357WILSON

D u k e Henrj Wladyslawbutit keynote speaker at the ot> -- --- Ucatlon In lk-*U f\. anti 'n.1 l for three y*.rs a*

a church there the year ervanc of Polish Constitution To Brazilian Dutch honor In 1934 h. wun. .In compel Sudan's acts mefnrwr snit chairman on the
1200 In gratitude for a miraculous Day her May :3. see Nation! JUt'lrl.r1' (ummittee

cur which he attributed Archbishop flernard J. ShellOf "'.UIC'" OTV. 1OP W' A Nil IMJTOX (\(') Mass of thai r....?..nt..I.. ..*..

to Mary's Interception.Th Chicago will give the Invocation ..p* I'aul \ I ha* nam..1Am.rk'8n Jaine J. Nurrl. .I.I.nl. In guide seen needing Air KenntN/y was married

fame of several! miracle \ at the outdoor rallyIn rather Itot-rrt Ant. the verutlv director' of the
In IWM and has four eMUren. ",
at the shrine has brought pilgrims llumboKU Park. A parade Um CM* It, ordinary of the CathoDe Relief IWn.- 5t.SO.U. May 3 stand by U.N.
all ttt whom. art new married!
from all over the Slavic to the park will be precededby ln jl."ivj..nt. I'r.1 I a t u r. of National C'alholte.1 f. Mh HiMMsy after natter.MaM v v sr

nation. continues to be rv Mill at Holy Trinity (barn a recently eroate' see (>nnerenc an t ",re.M..nt ....1| ( of Hunoay. Qlnrta. 11 K r o: ,. .' Ss4eeIssd.

red even today. church. In BradL fmmrter of the lMertMMlCatholk C'rMd. .....,.A* of Ka (.e.MUNI '\(')- Curreitt trouble in Wtlcomt Trav.Lrl f

r Migration C.MIW. )A r. May 4an. Africa and Asia. genre that ft .! v

...... .ht IIP**) hoftof jNf tytl Mauls widow (0.1... fhrMlan. have a greet slake FweWruf
Penh < ,... toeeleldet, &
<. gneenm4it of the N4terlsMh oa holy nmsn not. a In a firm I'nltH N.li nn* !I..' *."." m Wff* "1h. Ire.Ahv.ls ( +

her*, martyr, or MagailMt Mnn- *....'" rm retifl'rtt fre Fiji
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S The Florida Catholic, Friday, May I. 1901 Staff changes
Florida Summer school
w means no WAHHITO! ; (XC)-The

National) Catholic Educational

Florida Report's reports fun at Camp San PedroWith the Association! appointment announced of Brother her

E Anthony of La Sail Col
Jacksonville summer drawing so close, parents are considering lege. Philadelphia, as a consultant

JacksonvilleSt Holy RotaryThe Christ the! King the vacation problems soon to be posed. One possible for evaluating second
Holy Rosary Altar Society Following Mass Holy answer_ to these problems is a summer camp program ary education.
Matthew 830 attendedby
: .
and the Parents Auxiliary Commi.nion at for the children. Frederick G,
Elected officers of the one hundred men and handicraft, campfire swimming
Home and School Association of Holy RoHary School. over Christ the King Holy Camp San Pedro, located 'InMaltland sailing, and fishing. 1 Inch wait, executive directorof
held a joint installation banquet boys, said the
for the following year are: at the Gatepost Restaurant xIgIdh Name men of Jacksonville :: on Lake How ell, A wholesome! outdoor life the association
:Mil.: ( f'. K. Vallencourt l. officers at Us will be offered. new program will assist
pre on April 25. Presentedto elected new soon open Its doors to is not all that will ,
dent; Mrs. B. B. Floyd, vice- the women were Mrs. AlvinK quarterly breakfast meeting.To those children who want an The aim of Camp San Pedro, schools toward self improvement
direct helpto
and furnish
president; Mrs. J P. llagtn, v II officers for as a Catholic Youth Camp is
Razley, president of the .*rve adventure filled holiday. those moving toward accreditation.
\lcepreHldent; G. A. Ho Parents Auxiliary and her officers 1964 are AI Martin Jr., president also to assist: In the true
Ran: 3rd %'Ire'pi'evident. ; Mrs and Mrs Dunald Shu Its, Joseph Stazenskl, litvic.pr.udent Father Hubert J. Reason, character formation of each Brother Anthony
V. Fuleo molding secretary ; camp director promises Innumerable assistant professor of education
; Guy Senesac child who attends.
of the Altar : ;
La Suite. Is a former
Mrs. J. W. }Kleldii correspondIng activities among
M. O. Each begins and
and her officers. 2nd vire president; camper
(secretary; and George J.l.JlI.han. 1/-/ """' ,... Jone, secretary; Ambrose which he Includes hiking, end the day in the presenceof president of theCEA', secondary
t4iimption schools department.
treasurer. Mrs Eugene Parche In. Christ the King Holy Name Master treasurer; and Dick Gut with the Holy Sacrifice

The Installation banquet nulling officer presided at O'Donoghue marshal.The New films of the Mass in the morning
Mill II@I held on May 23 at
and Benediction of the
Name Society
the ceremony on April 22 at Christ the King Holy Name Society of Jackson Junior Holy ORLANDOWINTER
}Hyde Park country club. For the San Jose Country Club, elected officers for 1964 at ita April also I held J joint electionof ........ .....ii' s.4.1..ItI.d Most Blessed Sacrament in
ienervation call Mrs. D. Mor new
an! the new officers of the offtrfu: president Larry 55.. L.I..1 11..r. the evening. Diocesan wmliiri- PARK
Al Martin Jr.
laity, SP 1 3235.Sacred Parish Guildwere breakfast meeting. From left are vice president liarJo rUns wilt compose the staff
president Father W. Thomas Larkin, pastor; Joe Morally n..bJ'.llonahlelor
; of counselors.
Pat camp
Heart installed for the coming Everett; Jr.; secretary, genrml
Stazenskl, first vice-president; standing M. O. and treasurer Bob patronage For more Infoimdiloii and
The ladies of the Sacred jesr. marshal McGill; ItKlDY: .01\ Till: PHIPLK ; Herman J. Heidrich
Dick O'Donoghue
Jones ;
Taking over their new posts secretary; Lemome Father Thomas Lan the dates of each camping

election Heart Guild of officers held their Tuesday annual, are: Mrs. William H. Maloney Guy Senesac, second vice-president; and, not in kin pledged his full supportto (Warn.) section, write to Father Hu-( & Sons6r..4

21. The 2nd vlce.pr.alillmt. Mrs. C. C. the picture, Ambrose Masters, treasurer. the newly elected officers Morally unolijrilloiijhle/ Bert J. Reason Coop Diree, ."1.....
April following women
were elected: president, J/ewli Jr., president; Mr*. and urged/ all members to adalts/ sad . William J. Barrett, treasurer; participate In at least one of Box WJ, M.iitKitul, ( l"i ,Ja. 1t''K na1\n pmonfcTs
Mrs, Arthur Richmond; vice- A.M Tin: IS-
Mrs. Charles Hardy, NCWC spokesman explains parish activi
president, Mrs. Jo'rl'd'Uher.. IIfCI.e.tary the numerous LA.M10K V.AMI'IKKHAmerIntl;!

ell; 2nd vice,president, Mrs. ; and Mrs. Edward: J. tie,. ( .)

Klchdrd Lane; secretary, Mrs. Towey, ht vice president legal stand federal aid Hun OP TIIK lit'Kill-

l.eJlter Curole: ; treasurer Mrs. Jacksonville Beach on Crime rises (:.\\f: (Select.) WOTKfff

Anderson and corteipondlng .
Eugene ; St. Paul ,\ITUIOHtCNo: (: ) one seeking inclusion of non. MONTKKAIj: (\(') Paul I Morally snobJertiossble

Mck. secretary Mrs. The Woman's Guild. of St. public schools in federal aid proposals wants the govern. Emtl ( srdinal Leger has cautioned for adults PAINT WALL PAPER
A. J.
The new officers Hill he Installed installation Paul parish. banquet will hold for their the ment to provide catechisms or crucifixes, the director of here "our society Is THIS RED; 1,1.NK:' TII f: ORLANDO WINTER PARK'YK1StCtDONUT

at an Installation din. npocll'en: Mrs/ Ruben Cunningham the legal department of the National Catholic Welfare rotten' and headed for moral (A. A.)

tier May 19 at the Jlyd Parlc president; Mrs. Conference has said here bjnkmptcy.: Morally unobjectionable for
meeting of businessmen
with the Catholic Bishops Before a
Country Club. James Messiness, tint Vl ofMontreal
flans were also discussed<< president; Mrs. Thomas Dula the Slid: annual conventionof one end and protectors ofChurchstate the Archbishop for 'greater MKK.MKReadeSterl &

for the spring dance to beheld secondkeprenlilent\ Mrs the Baltimore archdlcMesan separation on pleaded .
; the other. Interest In rehabilitation of ( ) 41 VarlMks Drllrlna New F.nUnil"Ijl :
the Cedar
May 6th at union of Holy Name Societiesthat
Thomas White, recording secretary.
Hills Armory. Mrs. Joseph Mrs. Hlthard Sleeker "pMrents and churches "All the Bishops I are really youth He said each year the THE HKKVANT: (Landau) Il.in,l-Cut Donuts>>
Reed 1 I' chairman of the corresponding secretary; and ate eager to keep complete SNxrrtlng," said Conned I ne, "Is court.i throw back on the Morally ohjrtllonabl ';1oo.l'. MDRLII'S FINEST; CVP OK COFFEE

event. Music will !be by Mrs. Joseph McCarthy, tremv' control of the religious aspects that to the extent our schools streets iO<))0 young people Involved In part for all V AT OCR IH'NK II.tR

Strickland. of education:' fulfill public purposes"' In In various troublesand 2215 E. COLONIAL DRIVE
Jimmy urer. Installing officer will l he with schoolsIn that $10,0(10 1s needed for \\ TAW.n' Tn (.n ../-1
Mrs R. R. Chanackl. Guestspeaker Connedlne has been one of common public (Fox) niK\M it Sales'
providing citizen education a center to educate the pub
I for the event will l.e the NC\\C spokesmen[ to appear
JACKSONVILLE these services' constitutionally lic about the need for youth ConilrmnedMIHTItKMH
Mi Julian Warren 1'1.'lIlft to-fore lonKtetmlonal
Itl"k.'ollr reservations with committees studying federal selected by Ux-paying rehabilitation. : >i Kill TILE: MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN

MH PiiMonaKe.( CMYoar 9:lAna/ aid to education and he was. a patents. for the educationof The Cardinal said lat year ..hl'MMKIl: .\ (Fr.)
chief architect of the legal de their children may and 70IA crimes were committed )IOLKHTKK; : TiltAnst..) COMPI.KTK lilVM-Ita; TO OO
R ['D'A B'0 i e rtm.nt's major legal study ought to be accorded equal In Montreal by youngsters between Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $1.00

SOLD! arguing for the C"lJO"tltUllol1'Ility recognition." 7 and 17 years old. Family Bucket O'Chicken $3.95

Li002 1etiaaeoat. f of federal aid to ihurtht : AQUINO'SSERVING

schools.l Nations asked to expand THE Shrimp Fish Dinner Dinner $1.15$1.00

+t l etprrt' ('nn.edlne lull FINEST ITALIAN FOODS "II..*.1:: M\V II UM'ATIONS TO "En'IILT

'..OI&.lDSTEAKS 12INI. Holy ,.m. mrni heritage of Catholic Faith DINNERS FROM H",. IT-92 Fern Park TK: .l.1te
S7IO a Orsnte Rl. Tr. Orlsnda ('II 1.1:::
>rod.rls whrsi yes "It the government protides 4:30: P.M. to 1:00: A.M.
| Rd. CV S-41C12)
"Silver Star A Pin III1U\
,... 1 "...1.1111.. ... tbLdCL adterlln them sties UTMK Silentiflc equipment or SAN SAl.VAIMW tI:| Salvador (NC) It Is not LOUNGE K.drwsler: A !... Rd. l919NJ1:

FIXltlliA CATIIUUOEASTERLING )language; laboratories for children enough to preserve a nation's Catholic heritage it must 220 Orlando Ax... W.P. lake. Barton Kd. A K. Colonial tiT- ZIO

suing to one school, it be renewed and expanded Pope Paul VI said in a radio H.y. 17-92 MI 7.4500 Rifle French Ate., Sanford StJ-SIIJ

makes no sense to say that message broadcast to the National Eucharistic Congress

PHARMACY the government cannot provide of this Central American ---- '---
Die, sum thing* to all Jos Cardinal Qulntero elfCart.
rme.ta1511ewm111a. country. ... Venesuela, served as
arllaaa ... ... ........ rhlldien for the sums public .. In Kp nUh over
a'... 1..u.. 11..' I s. ," Ki roe. P'.".. .. I'."'." L..S..45.4. 5.5 purpose V ttr.n HfdKv> the Pop s.ll .
.... .,...... .1,4. .. 5..,..., ...... Too many people"1; I"the last Meek Ir/wi. aim w s to promoteChristian
.... M4II tll. .ss/ ; family 111.. ;
U.I h.. II- Il5re5tIIa, ..... ........ dlcuMlon on federal I ski'to 'To preierve one's Inherit wpf O

parochial and other nonpublic ed (patrimony, even If this Is .
schools a. a "religious tug of itself a difficult task\ In our fAIRVIEWClune"

war," according to Consedlue, times. Is not enough for a & Laundry .. PrOper

sincerely Christian program. ,.*...i.fI
TV V Its necessary to renew and ).p.*4.hU r.brle Car Dome
Papa praises Mr. I .. M.c.f enlarge the always fruitful Winter Park
4111 F4elwsl.e: orlaud.l'.Ipl.tl Federal:
spiritual treasure. I.tto us FlMndnm
DEIHUdievrolft Rome polico by our ancestors savings and loan association

avoid decaying It IsfteceMMry rest Control onsbleid
VtTICIV I'lTV i CtmUal fief id* lift l'U"I
... to revitalize constantly LEWIS COM
Runes harried it lUte poll. Top
works Institutions MATS aria soeyw SSArICI
men Pope[ Paul VI spoke EXTERMINATING CO. ....... -AI ...
*,,'nit of comfort and enroiiiagement. and culture evervthing t* "ri' .*,lH 'III WMMf Peg ;.- Dividend I

pOWNtQWr* JACKIONVKlf924loOr anil acknowle I.he.d I- with the terr efficacious\ .II. Mlle..45.re. ".. .III
leaven of the (lapel to the .H..<. 141 IIM
St lQrar et that they "mar than
end that these. ran and d<>
others, prhsp4, require continuous
iielfwmlrwl"fmiltr sent to ntrrespunU! with thenew

chaotic AnOf1': traffic of the with Eternal: the The time P..|'..*warned that ....". CAMP SAN PEDRO

CATHOLIC FAMILIESbuy l'U1\hkh *.** never des l lug whkli I I. runlrnry I. Ik, .

\ II Signed to aecummu! fete Its law .. 1..I; ram .n. Is I..

mare than two mlllfen I..... I" ." sw.Iety. Wrst rxar

and hunrtretk of thoUMmts of :;N Catholic Youth
dim the coniiary, nut Indenial Camp
MOREth r'rs. re'''f>gnls tl l that the
ot faintly bands, but
Pot** mtNttNetle wordsuere
comfartlng to the tr fHIvIhviHta in holy rl.4.rrt fee M>. sourrw / beautiful Lake Howell//
they're larger they need ircehed In ...... at Kuimn life will true on

and services. Meal. |tn>g es Mod ... must .
more products 1,....
sulld ......"
Cultivate their purchasing through Th. r..un sallt TIM. KuchartaOc cenar..e .. just north of ORLANDO

heft wa KM to rosawwrnnri
consistent advertising in "We know tINt your duty
Is. on.n hoary.... u sttsrtehleanti .. tfc Sk aonl.nry of r... .'*
'......."\ In IOtnc th* ..ta............ at...th*
THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC through the streets of Moss HalvartM MrMlor Thltv tile, to .u.et: m &.. trve lMec'" for"'.hea. of eeeh ahvty
: wo rl.e4 !. In* rank at 1.? >N... h1.l piece< able it
dill I.,. the VISItS kt Mete>> yew to't/clhtJ. pr.\8f1.,, (Ie"c.
outside the .)*.tlic. |<...tobv .. se .ttiMiuu..e F'elwuart aip.. b.gM, .sd e.ds, Ms; f) K day jot Ike proses of God
Mriue 0< ussr *|>u.lslMmmuiry II. Itll Tilt snnl'Srm. r5 1dS.; /& .;tII tK. Holy S.enf'.t..1 H. M." ' r -.. -- ... .h.| sass coins not b. ua-.,... 1"1 / .1 ion, .r f1. Mod lJeuecl S.trleVet in 14e ........9. ly tiedaw
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Grow this miniature X. t sees wiih. what gri .*m. .f Archbishop I.i t .c.: .... ......pIe .( GN awtT .t .. hews. 0. the ...Jf ..fwleot Caw..

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J CIRCUS UUU TO HUII4IO, Me a: Paul VIk I has \r.".,., .Merkis %

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9 The Florid Catholic, Frltlay.1311.; 19M
Pope speaks

Italy's labor unions told social Prelate says CCD programsno

substitute for schools

problems mainly moral religious

WASHINGTON= (NO)-The chairman of the Bishops'

\'ATICA.CITY (NC) -Pope Paul has told one of either for workers or employers. Committee of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine has

I lUly largest labor union organiiatloM that locial problem ." ..1d reaffirmed the position that CCD is no substitute for

are not only economic but mainly moral and religious. y Catholic schools.: .
In regard t* the seed t* Y7 can offer only part time cats.chetlcal
remember rellgioas sad moral In a letter to, all superintendents Instruction to the SO
Paul cit of the Milan section of the
Pope spoke recentlyit of Catholic schools
valiM In the field .1 trade per cent or so of our Catholic
an audience ranted to Italian confederation of free Charles P Greco of
.nlonUm, Pope Pail died Bishop elementary children and to
members of the general coun- trade unionists. He stressed Alexandria. LouUlan. calledattention
Pop Lo XIII wh sUtedi some 80/ per cent of our Catholic
the unity of action of all who to the resolution high school students who

work together In the field of "The purpose of social action pasted at the :nth annual schoolsClearly .
for school production and the need to is to see to It that the .ti t meeting of diocesan CCD directors are public

take account of religious and workers may at home and In held In Seattle, w htohstresnetl the Meal l I. for all

moral value even while public freely fulfill their the continuing need our rhtlilrrn and youth to a..

Drive setSunday working for economic ends moral and religious duties (or parochial school tend the Catholic Kbool.,"

"We are Indeed glad to receive and may feel that they are Good Shepherd parish Women's Guild "Our Catholic schools are llNtiop T.reco ...1<1.

you" the Pope said not brutes but men Christians the fruit of the sacrifice of "But since this' Meal has

"and to acknowledge: the legitimacy and not pagans; therefore Mr. our people," wrote HtahopClreco
Father Charles C. Anderson 1-ft.I Mm Righo Alcsaandri president; rant and In the foreseeable
and opportunities of that they may more church Thomas treasurer Mrs. John Thev hate mi the will not be reached, it
Maitland pastor of Good Shepherd in Hejfert. ; future
the moral social and partle.ularly easily and with greater ardor Church In America uniquelygreat.
and Mrs. for the CCD U>
Father Antonio Harkins vice-president; I III necessary
the economic functions turn to what alone Is necee.ary Orlando, assisted by .
\1TLA>Construction of trade unions In modern Industrial that 1 Is to say to the Pont, hat Installed the officers 'f the Francis Uudzik, secrets r>'. "The CCD because of the carryon Its work of offering-

.will begin In May on the nine- society" Supreme Good ItSharing to which we Women's Guild Including from Irft. nature and scope of Us work the majority that! religious of our training youngattrs

room addition to St. MaryMagdalen's were -- *
Pope Paul Mid he w.|. that U their just due, be

Catholic school In corned the opportunity totree our ireasu reVocation Variety in books continued: .
MalUand. according to Father
again "the trait and "It l Ie our hop that pars
Hubert J. Reason hop" whtrki the fhnirh chial schools will, where possible

Parish ('an,.." will) eon- place* IB Cure organisation St. Augustine's mother honored be maintained and con

tissue all Sunday afternoon by This trim and hope, he laid found by youth tissue to b* built aa a guar

leo p.rteh worker and! "|".... extends tit two forms of cooperation Y Brothers Remem phlsllcate Home. and Milan, and insight In a story of greater anise of the spiritual moral

Flr.t report meeting will h* -the Operation impressed by companions / In the fourth century seat of chronological compactness.Despite arvl Intellectual training for
*" .
the tame day, S p.m. at th. which trade unions "must beer Monica. by Pa.trida the Imperial court. Its faults, "My Brother our future parenta and clti-

parish school at which time promote among the workersthemnetres ALL human factors ...... Mc('.rT. New York I With sound Instinct Miss *, Remember Monica"' ten.

a buffet dinner will be ..,ud. to safeguard their Or which help lead t. per Ken.sly $i N1 210 PP- Mrt .rr hat humanlae h. r makes agreeahle If somewhat Th* CCD moat with the

Section chairmen for the legitimate Interests and the son Into the Catholic: C turch )11M McGerr noted aa a people ansi, thus avoided the superficial, reading, rerhap sam high aim .strlt by ad.

unds program are John H.I cooperation which must be the most Influential 11th. Father : f.1 mystery writer, returns In deadly }''>mpo lty of the w tile- its major appeal will be towomen qiMt nnanclal of aid teachers and ta a
should b.1y
but others enJoy -
the social ,
I yons, Don W. Tavischer, promoted among good example of Catholic: this new novel I to terrain recalling screen, tecnnleolor tppmtch with the best faclll
clauses "for a just and pro- By their fruits said Jesus John A. to historical t fiction. It a.. how.erer It. too make up
Myron Robinson Joseph Pullara. her well received In
what It wanting a
Rnwell for
:1I tie*
trustve balance of the common "you will know th.m"Matt. pnMlble that she hn -
Frank Malatebta. Joe O'Brtsafun "Martha, Martha" of sev. secular *lucatlon of-
Frank rood In freedom peace ( 7.11)). Hence It Is that matte her characters a Ul too COST cf totally "
Klein", Frank Callan. and justice" era! years back. There she So n: OF ferett In the public schools,
people Judge a religion by the ordinary
kacar, Jack: Bowen Jr. Leon told the story of Martha of winning; North America the nihop I1\1u.lttL
Citing the teachings of Pop Ihes, deed and works of Us
orkum. Dick Moons and Dr. the Gospels. In "My Brothers The Una I I. hard !. draw, to Christendom U related In
Plus XII the Pontiff said members.KlreMtng. ;
Robert Henna.t list ... w.cld like. toMonk ae e
like of
that In terms of employer and the rest of us, and Remember Monica" she "Autobiography Martyr- ORLANDOWINTER
Team captains are Joe MeRenna the Important of and ,\*|.*llne *f ra
employe It is necessary that demonstrated that clean IIv. recount the life and trials dmw (Ii. Herder Hock Co.
< Ray Dumas Bill MeKeough living an upright and holy Ing Is no barrier to and Ihrr more iiaivr* than >!II.! .
Joy setfC PARK
men see and recognize' a of the mother of St. Augus $'.'fi: ). containing
Don Hampton War. life t* help win adherent t. merriment )M.;.rr has gli.n them, '
higher unity the unity of all tine lions from the spiritual
Edwards. John Walden
"n Ifs Je Midi
religion, *
Jeorge McLaughlin: Al Egan who are involved In providIng It was their good example Tb. result Ie I readable. and Thu i i- not a mailer of false writing nt the Jesuits In

Robert Collins Dr. George cooperatively and contlnuously "Let your light shine 1lore + that prompted m* to begin Strong .>n human value, but pWv either After all, SUrulUndiwt. New Franc aa presented t PAQUETTI MOTORS

Ford. Charles Bablneau Paul for the common men. In order that they reading about the Catholic It Is abu! something !less then to ch -- one et Gravel, Mike Stleo, Robert good and for the needs of the may see your good works and religion. I had no a entire community. Pope Paul Father In Catholic periodical, but In heroic In human 1.551 I.n
atout people
give glory
Oliver John Barhydt. Maurice your the public library I found novel Her are letters from eightof t... f...... s .. at. 51... Te.
Larue, Edward Uloduckl. added: heaven" (Matt ft.K. a Saint JrlCIC\.... luth '1st .history term, and preserved l.t th the Jeaulta (four of whom Ul IIIUWl
Diaries Cattaneo Thomas "Divisions a nd conflicts, The Influence of the good set of. the Catholic Bncyetopedla. and la MM! WcCtf re- their, .uaU'.*. and their& hu- have ten. raponlaed u.-

Shannon Harry" Krygier, Den particularly when they are example of Catholics U illustrated telling Is noteworthy In her BMAlty- in the prora.Furthermore "'ftWIt.'r' life In New.

nard Lustier Frank De directed toward digging a In the conversion of I read and studied l articles own right and not simply. be* In choosing' t.. Franc- unNUnahi. hardship ARE NOT THE
W. F. dangerous sterile and John W. Meyer of Aurora on the sacraments, "confession almost all of Monica slife
Francis NeU Meagher. raue she happened to be the tour *. trtrturM s. mi l amt IARGIST, IUT WE TRY
Hinton, Larry Pettinatl hostile cleavage, cannot bring Illinois, now a Baslllan Priest purgatory, papal infallihiltty mother of one of the Church In only 210 page, ).Itaat.ln.rr Inhuman a* any savage could FRIENDLIEST
of the Unlver and the lives of the Mint 10 IE THE
Randall. about constructive r..ulu. on the faculty baa opted for a peonlamb
Charles greatest thinker and mart .vl.| '; yet emlur* I..t alty of St Thomas In Hour The ceremonies and external that arants on A
commanding Ier.Nta1iti.t IVtermlned. approach love (>f OM and for the soulsof 0'P.*,
PARKS ton. of the Church. hr architecture devoted Intrepid thine. analyst and iMall amisometimes the hltlurae thenuwlve vilV4 10 CIIf'.'" Didd.nl
ORLANDO-WINTER "I was a Lutheran related art and music' ImpresnHm read more like a k..
she was a strong womanwhoa tih r Roultang'e **
"and as help In the worship of hntudnarrative c..p.llftd.d 011.,11
Father Meyer, never adventure look; her .)'tu'rtha' a full ttnns are *sr llnt on.., well

missed church on Sunday" God. from a quiet N '*,h African perhaps then.would "nrth111& and r*,..41111.. Sv with Security
f the mnfh Wrtl Continuing, the Priest outlined .. .! (. arth *, *r- have '**maws Impact writing U
4potHe4 by t. tenth tarn ( Mpoo. of body sedma. town to tMxntng : B Earls JttuVl'a preceded
the fact shaping his mast worship. ..."*1, by I en iatrwUutfkw, SAVE AT
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m .. well as ...Hterl,. AU the giving a brief aemunl of Pile
I took pert In the special .lrw.at. of r.lk.lta worship rIA life and character. SECURITY FEDERAL

a fa programs held at Christmas filled Into a eok.r..l p.iierIn F w -? .,. ...,1.......
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11 The Florida Catholic Friday, May 1. 1964

Jacksonville's Assumption

parish marks 50th jubilee

lli..4 ,..... put I) who see in Christ their Teacher more souls in these parts to

cidentally, Sister Marie Jos the One who will nourish be saved. Then the work shall
eph OP. the first superior them, the One upon whom be completed and God shall
of the school for 317 pupils they depend. be duly honored."
then, was a guest on Sunday's
Monsignor Jordan announced .
of In loving Christ, Moniljjnor .
day golden Jubilee. She Is that the portrait of
now stationed in Our Lady Jordan continued, vte have Bishop Barry would have a vAt r d f e
Queen of Martyrs School In now celebrated SO I yean of .
place of honor In the parish
Fort Lauderdale) the exigence of AMnmptlon school presently, and when
parish He concluded: paris-;;: I
In closing his congratula planned expansion is completed Jubilee in Assumption Jacksonville
tory message to the group, "There Is no reason why and a hall Is providedfor
:Monsignor Barry paid tributeto this little cell of the Mystical great occasions in the par. Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley presided reserved for the,Sisters represented in the the pariah bo -.' choir, right. Monsignor

the memory of his great Body of Christ, this little portion ish, then this portrait will! April 26, at the Mass for the golden sjiniversary parish1 education history, left; the laity who Harold F. Jordan welcomed visitors from I
friend. and former assistant of the flock of Christ "reign there for many a year." of the founding; of the Church cf the were members of the pariah when It was other cities at the Solemn High Mass he
In Miami Beach Monsignor should not go on until such a Assumption in Jacksonville. Front
pews were formed by Father Patrick'Barry. center: and celebrated to mark the occasion.
Cloonan, who died last November time where there are' no Program enjoyedSome -
ther W. Thomas Larkin, Father pews at the front of the formed the background of discovered that the men wore The picture, given to the
,t 80 children took partin Thomas R. Gross, Father church. the numbers presented by the gold boutonnieres and the parish by Slitert I of Barry

the program presented by Mortimer Danaher, Father Other with front children: the joyful mysteries women had gold corsages. I'ollege, was called a fine
Praises parish the Dominican Sisters of Assumption John J. Lenihan Father T. pews rpotlrn..d the founding of the parish; likeness of the late Bishop
School. It was held Leo Danaher, Father Frank were lay founders of the sorrowful bigotry and History recalledArthur Barry.
the parUh and
Monslgnor Jordan, In his in the Bishop Kenny High M. Mouch, Father Michael V flliters of Ht. the depression eras and the
address at the parish program School auditorium. Cannon Father Thomas F. Joseph Inlc. and Sisters of 8U Dom. glorious! the founding; of new Soils gave an historical Sisters of St Dominic of

Sunday, told.his people: Distinguished visitors besides Kelly, Father John J. Burns facilities. account of the parish. this province were represent.

This Is a parish, this is a those who participated and Father Maurice Kelly Luncheon for the Arch. The latter was characterized This distinguished engineer, ed at the celebration Sister
flock of Christ"They as officers of the Mm, and SM.A. bishop and Priests in the rectory by a ballet called the Magnlfloat. who is associated with Duval Corinne OP. was the delegateof

are men and women have already been mentioned, The senior choir of the par. was followed by the The mysteries-on County and the Jacksonville Mother Ann Catherine,
who are bound to Christ as were: ith sang at the Mass under tribute to the parish at 3 p,m. the program-were called Express Authority, has beena provincial superior, from Rosartan -
their life, he IBid, as their Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan the direction of Mrs. Jack Floyd Cagle was the master Joyous Dawn Valiant Growth member of the parish sinceit Academy inVcst
way, their strength. Ills[ pa. V.F., Father Daniel C. Heg- Curley. The Propers were of ceremonies. The program and Glorious Horizons. began. Palm Beach.
rishloners make up a flock: of arty, Father Joseph Barry, sung by 30 vested membersof was arranged so that During the recognition of Bishop Barry's brother, Sister Thomas Joseph was
Christ, he said because they Father Michael J. Kelly, Fa. the Boys' Choir who sat in the mysteries of the rosarySt. the founders the audience Monsignor Barry, was then at the head of a delegation of.
Sisters of St. Joseph representing
It noted that
presented. was
look vp to Him as their shepherd >
and pay attention towhat he founded one parish In Jack. Rev. Mother Louis
sonville and was pastor of an- Edwin of St. Augustine.
He has to say to them.
They do not make over the t cr other, in earlier years. The The eight grade elementary
laws of God according to picture he unveiled Is a large school at Assumption now

their own whims, he went on, di oil portrait painted in Chi serves 60S children. Eleven
kt Sisters of St. Dominic are assigned
but find out what Christ e cago by an artist named Laeccha. -
to the parish.
wants them to do. \ .

His, ha said are a flock
I A Y 1

\c. tie t
A r*.t. *.. --- ----- f
..rlUft* *r*., I...
r.aknln.. C...l. C.H !... SpokesmanArthur 9.
,.0. 4US r.rr.111.. 51.1$.. d
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on I WI.. l| *rjr
..r Ort..., ....,....* Sollee,spokesman
PURE ALTAR WINES for the group of founders / i

present at the 50th anniversary 1 I \

celebration In Asumptlon l F t
I..TTwe" .--CUI pariah, Jackson i '

vine, expressed gratitude Y i
to the pariah for the tribute 4 '! _* Iit.T

paid to the laity on the Jubilee

ft 4

s... ....., +wceII Girls of Assumption School in program \
., .. feline.* rate*
"Glorious Horizons" were en vi. the Elra'- choir prepared to sing a Johns River, near the heart of

CONSOLIDATEDInsurance stoned in the program presented by lone of thanksgiving that the par. the Gateway City of Florida.
Service I....... ..-....... AI.umpUolpuiab school children iah had passed the milestone of I IMtb. its
P........ .. ... ..... 'tn Jacksonville. Ut Sunday. Here ., onihe betide the
Winter Haven'sL.rgecf f .pp."..1. fu. ...,..... year
Agency yr.. n.II.W l ? FA f."ta ---

t' 120 W. Central Avenue MwntingtonGREGG'S BId,. Mieml For teachers Honoring parish founders

HOME OF FLOWERS Monsignor Harold F. Jordan pastor presented
Florist Handbook to be ready by fall gold jubilee souvenirs to members of the laity
LalelanoTl Only' Downtown' who were honored as pariah founders in Assumption

last pictured
Jacksonville Sunday.
cr..tl.... r... .... ItquallllcaUon. lal program enrichment, and and their UM will N dlio! C'tI"lnl'ftI gnldes are alw
111 SoutH florid Avenue MU 71427GAINESVILLE'S .. Under this 1 kindergarten.A cussed, with special referenceto In the making and will complete during that portion of the program with Floyd
Cagle, at the microphone. Mrs. G. W. Schill one
classification come faculty educational TV. the directive* regardingIndirection
subsection of this section
of the founders received her souvenir
.ltttFa .nrtassasaattlsttlrttlis meetings, teacher InaUtut.1Ind deals wild teithnoks and !I.. The part the library playsIn la the elementaryMhooln. having
FINEST HOME VALUESHUGH workshops and Information slrertlonal "material Inrlid- the school will be described leaves the platform, assisted by an usher, UrbanS.

pertinent to the National .,, in detail Includingthe Jones.
!lug "' .u nark wfclcN\ The curriculum guide will
Catholic Educational Associa liana been approved for **. objective, organization contain dally schedules
In Catholic BthaoU.The supervision, public library facilities
tion.The gutrlr for each grade and 1MTKOM7K
third section and the audio-visual
each subject, and extra ref.erenes
r' with Administration In General diocesan testing program library.The! Tin:".: ADVKRTISKR.H:
has to do with all the will\ I... dealt with. This last part of Section for supplementary: WHO M'PPonT
EDWARDS INC. will Include standardised test.
data concerning the runningof The wm! contain Information lOlK C.TIIOLICPIR:
the school such as safety, jog as well as I'lK'h.r'lMtJe concerning co-currlcular aitlVille Lists of publishers refer
n'''" TWO ftUKKft PROM health, maintenance school tests, with Instruction In the *. ence works, and an appendix.
*T, PATRICK1 latter. Audio-visual
teacher and programs containing' extra devices and
policies, parent
K. till Ate A IKk Klr.t Under the heading of "spiri Ms for Mobile Home Center
hsndbnoks. public relations, tual" wtll come attendance at a teachers Mil be
publicity, and school equipment Bishop Dies Holy Man" First Friday devotions included It U hoped that this TOM'SSHOE featuringCLEARWATER
shin fell] be.
complete by the
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faction Four which has to nonrvano Vatican "other aC'th1U.m be. fall but it la not certain thatIt
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secures will cover ItnuI'h the death in Csechoalovak. tic p'Hf'ntlnlJlIC'hnol chit Tk 11.... !I. rVrflrialltr MIRAMAR e MARK
as absence, admission attendance la of IU rwp Stefan Hamas, such as civic club, GreatIlooks for A Wsrkl..hlp 10'.23' and JO .MtsrWe
promotion and retention auxiliary ft the diocese of Safety Patrol Hoy peace
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Boys 8 to 14 graduation, honors reporting Spt. In Sepueto.The Scouts' and Cub Kcwuu, Girl VlTU'.tX CITY (>n- :
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(for the mentally and a rt "home at Pe laok at club, school paper, civic orIanUattons the window cf his study In
.beautify, East La Vs. at tile euhaktl el Tampa. Using al tHe physically Kanaka pped), die the time of his dt.ath.uubl.. and .'h tk.. the Vatican; Palace to recite

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The last section, Section' the Annuarto IVnuflcio Ilatshim curriculum.The St. Peter's square on April
will d..1Ita\ turtle .. 50,000 m<1e er I yeti .ee..
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t' necessary for organ" ft'r\II< salon of Instruction such' at 1M9. be reiruined In prison and teachers will .el-. t-Komll a dialogue, that the'
double trades, selfccntaln until l>0 s hers he was .... corn this mvchneo and uproar may become a concert
f cwuarocm ctepertmentallsa* based ender an amnesty long awaited source of la- and that all of the human
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