The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
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4 rfte ft: or{ dlG1 Goals for Quadricentennial

Catholic encompass entire Diocese _

By a Miff writer

ST. At'G1.'S11SEmN'NI' of the St Augustine ,

Foundation were given t ITrt last Sunday on the meaning .
VOL. XXV, ? o. 2* Orlando, )Florida Friday, May 8, lt lOt and progress of the tr> cant and inspiring architectural .

plans for the Mission "rr Nombre de Pios.

Parishes participating In the diocesan preparation)

Women to for the 1965 celebration 1 of the 400th Anniversary of the

convene founding of the Mission wew men and women I'f'rrH..nta.

tives to the second annual meeting here on May 3. They

viewed scale model of th monuments to be erected by

the- Diocese' and heard Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley ex. r
/ 11-13 Sarasota .
May plain the various way th .Foundation. ,will help In the

commemoration of the Ar.r.O'af: of America's Oldest RMR

SARASOTA- -The Auxiliary Bishop of Cleveland, the DCCAV 't'In\fntlon next City.Other R /
speaker for l>j 'I"rUI'In'f'r? Dr. Joseph A. p

iloet Rev Clarence E. Dwell Ph.D., P.A., superintendent N'edneday f\ nlnr. Shelley mayor of St.:; A...::Mine. who extended the "" elcome .
of schools in that Ohio diocese, will give the sermon here At that time, Mrs. Joseph
; Dr. John A. Harrison chairman of the departmentof J\
hoehrrt of Eau Gallie.\ diocesan ) -
___ ;
next Tuesday morning at the opening of the Catholic
president will hand the history University of K:nrida : and Bruce Manning _
Women's con\ention. He is scheduled to speak at the
gavel) to a iiirceiMor to be managing$: editor of the Floiuia Times-Union. Jacksonville
solemn Pontifical Mass at 8.30: a m. in St Martha Church ele<.ted bv the board member The Archbishop: celebrate

here. Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley will be the celebrant.The during the Contention Mans at noon at Uw twit'I.IIt.r I. ,;""11\\1.\ to beit God fore
'rarance In this age of pi>.
the ground of truMiMton.
memheri of the !St: nual con>'entlon. The me.- ''U''T .ul-.II"llIf l .|<.....>..r. The e* fo _iM. nuclear hok>r.\.t.. Tb.It..re.e .
Augustine Diocesan Councilof sage said In part hate been retried fur the .
the MUM. !Kecltata wer |tti will thin fulfill It* obligation
Catholic Women will\ con ""...r dlIhf'r.tlou and derl > ,pniKrim.A by our 1M persons attemlIng to commemorate fit-

%'en. for the filth tim in annual .inn. will have a powerfulelfrrt Approximately M mete nnglv the hUtorlc' first et-
mime. them are Morulgnor .
..ttttk>n. May 1113. The .p..ii our llmr he. John l' Knott, director of the ben PC the St. Auiruslln lament In the t' S. t -- .. .
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Azure Tides Motel Lido r JOB art the horn Karoil\ Life Hure.u of the Foundation. then attended th A I t.U..ry. Archives ton --

Pe ch, Sarasota, IK the headquarter maker and the first irarhrr National catholic \\'elfare.unfereiir dinner and general meeting .rn.e' the okle written re. II

for the event nf the new generation, (' *, Ir l Peter Itegan.pnychlatrUt which followed at the Ponerd ,,nil of any kind In the Unit West coast people view MissionThe

"In a time of trannitUm you at the UnhenUty Leon Motor Ixxljre. era l State. There are the ran

A telegram arrived In Or. can help youth teer a true t>f Kkirtda medical center In .trchhl.hnp. | ttrrl.y' as fkalrman ,iih HrKUter in .l.teen Vol- scale model of I theprr*|' wed Sr. of St. Paul's, St. Petersburg; Mrs.

lando on contention e\t for course by the coiuuncy of lalnetvllW; .}.thH James J. of the Kitindatloa. ad um... the first I'IIP1 whkrhi construction at the. Mission\ of N'ombrede IreneVU| of Sacred Heart Pinetlas

the women of the O<.'C\\'. In your faith in Cad l and by your JI "lIn. pre+i lent ot the St dr....... Mr M her. and Ml rtatnl June :25. 1't'! ).. Other Dias In Augustine; .. I Is viewed by. Park; I>r. A. C Martino of Christ the

It, Arrhhlnhop Hurley cent unwavering de\otion to the AuRUntlne >uniUion i ( ; and they hate ....mr4 one of, prertout ancient buoki t..- from the left W Paul Flesop of St King, Tampa; anal Dr. Louis H. Gerf I
Christian Father ank Mouth of the l.l..n.III to the IX."r.. will
principle of lore for }
his paternal greeting and the moat 1I1..h.,' jmM 'In John pariah St. Petersburg' IVarh; of St. Prtenburg.
all diui-eiuin who will make this& mmlmt. library a
men. Chancery
rrcealmtrtraa hlMory-' Mrs J. K. Con well and .'. C. .lUrrk
bleulng to the women it The Archbishop will\ ads le.ul a dlM u,mtiam fwIh .|"..ltnry of truly treat treaaire. --- --.--- -

they assemble> for their an. dress the closing banquet of on VM' tl<>n.. riMrkpmrnl" .f the, Ml. .

.10.! and iK. renal atlmaj. .f the These ..Hailrkealriiiilalm During Pentecost

'This is hour of the klXnrte (alhMiral .( ,... A. ........l. will b. l healed, enit.
,..11... .. present due, of the silt l

I '.....1... ..( >.wh 4. l>l-. all
The complete" | program f.rthe Paul
the arrkllrrl r"."' 1..1..*>Mkjr Pope
Father Foundation. of whkh 1 ththee urges I
Holy explainsVATICAN James J. Ilealln of Jfaonrlrle .. the >..amlliti. !. 11..1 l(.
the three new .ir..l.rr. I I.
|Beach In
precedentWM K:.|r*. .'. "....lj Jr. el. .*
nTC"W.( ) do not hesitate to affirm Ule' In affirm that 'thin U 'the outMntd a. requiring the council
that this is the hour of the laity," Pope P.ul1 has declared hour of ,the I UH)." when t ........... iiiH| ort to accompli Ilenat l repel.| to pray

.h the** in*)*: Arthld.h.p i Ilinkv 'I"| .k*
in t to the Catholic: Action in ... |
message congress The l|. .trmu>.Ht that the\ S The erection of Tel ..
a r the grin In >'kwkta's\ CathIk -
Argentina.In Miranhv U& rvupurtBiH.. blilne > foot low erle g lIIu"I..1, ,. hkiorr. std of the "'ouchdatkmt't 1'ATl'A'ITV' : I'lut1 has railed' on Hi IIII.! aI.irew.t,| to alt the
( 1'114"
a Spanish-language letter to Antonio Cardinal Cag < rtffhl foe the I..r.
On I the site of the .
** on pkant Intentions\ In rrn'gnice tll.< h. pel of the world."
of Buenos nf tsttk activity (the world's Hiaho|" to offer special[ prayers on Pente-
giano Aires the Pope expressed thanks to God ship any .1o log nearly t11e.r* ar. of prryrtly htvlnrVr' fart. In
that the layman is "content with being and thua franta a mandate ) cost Sunday for the aucteaa: of the Vatkean. council It. itrgwt them "Mi rUI'y
no longer << a merely the original runs by > atferfNH .tANhw1 t<. the fMnc of
to atrxilM Action whW-h lifiirmlrm II. alo salted| clergy and laity to for the ntun- .. |* nt....t draws rear to
and haa d. Menrinaa pray
passive unfeeling instrument" and stepped( forward ** Uraja' the fleet | .rm+n nl. ihrUilUn ,
to bear his share of on the authorttv This will W I tWwrnn' fit \he w til lemp iti at fit Augtmitneu ill, and.' to Inform themaelvra about 'It and In particularthat lohMhlc ywtf prayerS lit oh
very clone to materialism and of the hMrlnh List' fwr the erumenteal. coufvell
Faith to whnrwl..lg.' | nit > Ui "draw comer trt our sr >
the Church's burden. whkh" r-l> '' throughout t |
In the fare of the mbwUmary\ thMM" ff1V.tfu. hot eon-
he \An\ d h r sod tfl thai It wtf( brethren" that the tbssh'sMaoist.
Hut. this |tare > /i1111Jt, hash *> orated
Pope Paul Mid: need of the mane_ estranged |ir.lMEr *'
Preh.... Mate rind f .world. ,, '...II"t'N(........., dllkrm. .us-IFMIf1'i' A.t" ay, raw M
feeling for the Church l lirrowlnf Ii Uh churchr and Iml..nnr.bleb | l the lalt/. from hating Its own e A VMI># Church wti Sisters of S/ t... oifc < Trelersy. 1"4"M' rofl.d- II pon Pt.
gradually more dead priestly action. TIIIM.., rage t erected on the Vlf I ) ./ n Joseph f't1W'M'i1.' aihMlulMf IttHi and blty" 10 "...
.rt, more ....,OUM wrlhln .II M rrrrlfly f.HIhU, pfeptewthrr II. the. IN.I* wish' elm anti, revvrenr to
the ChrUlUn" community coil reaxtH bat wr 4* ....t he..l- ilerUred that "...." a **".t thaw rhiver la cwt .ei.rler, .|
that ,It la the layman himself ._"._u"\\\""""\n.\-, receive 15 novices event rolls! IIw.."" for lit* .brethren f.M twrnltif down

who ha. realized. hlt ecrlenialrnratlon ProgramThrough 15651965tell ntvefkvwtna. V(*!... of IM some piiifiwnlit. fnr rtm

and I I. not content |If My H4rH Olin MU minds anal friendly" flver4ilon''
with hrln* a merely pa..lve the eoorationof Ml"'IMI 'Tttt- ..hf.... 'ImIl1I1n. have not pal been with enlltMefimcnl and whortretttttoiM and halite mm rnor.rnertfur

and unfretinc ln..tniment, hut The Florida Catholic historic epic Mussed with a vocation should' offer ptayers dally that wilts.. to. underuk their we.r.f. rather thaiiMir

..nthu.I"dk'ally) asks that he this week the St Auguv fled will their new pmtmt. and to a- honor. .hey ....." ash ban
staple out "
tine Diocesan, Council of ants r r daughters to serve Him/
may do something for the .1" ie.t..r..uultlr"t / g.oher the imam hr f.cnrttI.
Catholic Women In the rrllglu.j life, llnhop O.....man V Carroll. of Miami. .
iriwth and edification of the approaches ray a staff' writer ( t o,e r .11. a 't.u'( "",It r.ni "'-'"'t br"'h.e tui_1 th.
Church the 31th ..nnu.1roftYf'ntJon .ST. AIM'MINK Members of the Ft' Augustine told t the e 'ngrefalw'n at the. Way 1 ceremonies' In (I""hefathettrtl pi al."e' rf..t! Apr 0 mrw! ru'i, hark ,..,
with the full .
The Pn(<* noted that In the ,. estol f the nf Pt Mary's .- ...... ..
program in print' See Be*. Foundation were privileged to hear .ir.k.| Jrxmf flBjr :;;:..!'--T..t 'rI ,
pat 'It. was the hirrarrhv. t that turn Two. This arrange* high rmrpfor which they met here last Sunday, Fnl here, during whkh h1 Inawet.i r
carried the load of renpnettlbititr -
for pread4n (11","', ment makes it ,possible forevery lowing Mats at the flPion (Iround and dinner at the" | 'IMt\'tffe and heardV

Church He continued: Catholic woman in Ponce' de form Motor IfAi, the second annual. rounds prnfeaiM i by fiialersf
the Dxxme to have at hand linn meeting listened" to three experts tell their views of
"Tnr1it" It l It the htrrarrhy f !*.. Jtwrph of ''I. Aufua- ,
lt.elf which .h and iwcn the J program: whkh dele.gates the admirable |reparatinna under way' In the I>mre*e t toaeehrmeMtheR..t t 1"+ .
will recent when they mark the IMSquadncentrnnUl ...... I
laymen to br aware of their hMonratly '
register st one of the to tlk Mn I J'r
AMef erne
r"pun-lr4Utr In the late t t convention motels next yearl and oM of the ..-.1 .v... ",.
the portentous de\ei. ..| nentof week In Sarasota. >t A r r or. ma ,......... there tank In '.. ..-. wkyi. w-IIIIMwd the
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The Florida Catholic Friday bray 8. 19"

I DCCW Convention personalitiesIN SUNDAY Mass May guide 10

Sunday after Ascension.

COLLABORATION with Mrs. Joseph Schoebert who this convention. Only recently deals et Pontlflce" (for the of them the year they served and has served in her parish Ham Mission Church at Keystone (Mass of Sunday, Gloria

I JIM written her swan for the DCCW Corner The the DCCW position he left Church and the Pontiff). and where they lived: as well as in the deanery Heights. She is well Creed Preface of Ascen

song was filled. Father W. Thomas We have another Floridian Mrs. Palmer, 11:12.: 1931, Third-Mrs. Aguiar Reyes, known In the St. Augustine sion.)

Florida! Catholic presents this preview of convention per larkin, pastor of Christ the who has held national office Galarille.Mrs. | a member of the Cathedral Deanery and is serving her MONDAY May 11

sonalities.We \erslty, lie has been a pastor King Church In the Arlington with the National Council of : Thomas .:. Grady. 19.1119.11 parIAh in St. Augustine. She second year on this board as SU. Philip and James

han been going to conventions of the parish and missions of section of Jacksonville, is the Catholic Women, Mary Coyleof : MM ml. and Mrs. Schmidt are among secreUry. (Mass of the feast Gloria,

off and on, for a each of the following mid- new St. Augustine Deanery Jacksonville. She Is the Mrs Coyle, 19M-lUll. Jack the panelists on one of the e Mrs. W. E. Humphrey Creed. Preface of the Ape

Carter j cf a century. Just Florida localities: Gainesville spiritual moderator. other life member of our .onvIiie. convention programs plannedIn diocesan auditor. She Is a tie,.)

t'':Ink! The one coming up May Winter Haven and Lakeland. Women In the Welt Coast board of directors. :Mr. K. )(. Cltwls, 193 Sarasota Mrs. Reyes looks member of Our Lady of TUESDAY, May 12

11 p. In Sarasota Is our 3Uh During the war years he saw Deanery Council of Catholic )fr.. Coyle served as president JlHf. Tampa.Mrs. forward to another year of Lourdes pariah in Dunedin Su. Nereus, Achilles and

( ,nventlon. Next to the Arch. action as a chaplain In the Women look to Father ArthurL. of the St. Augustine J. lo Gleanon. 1940- leadership in the St Augustine who has held many positionson Companions. (Mass of feast

1 -hop, who always gives u. Burma theatre as full colonelIn Dunnlgan of Lake Wales DCCW from 1936 to 1938. Her 1912, \U.t Palm Heach.Mrs. Deanery Council. the affiliation, deanery and Gloria. Preface of Ascension. ,

h. congratulation and his the U.8. Army. Monsignor for counsel since he Will appointed term on the national NCCW Dent t'. Renuart ]>|2. Jo'ourthIrl. Charles Ockel- diocesan levels and has par. .)

r ndates for the year, wer Nolan Is a domestic prelateand spiritual moderatorfor board was from I860/' to 1954,' 1911 Coral (ttable. mann Is a member of Sara. ticipated In previous convention

"ct the clergy who guide a consultor of the Diocese. them. The West Coast!' the last two year. of which Mr( *. Thomas B. Grady, 19441940 sola's St Martha pariah. A programs.Mrs. WEDNESDAY, May 13

V Women's Council leaders dean Monslgnor John J. Mul-- she spent as national secre Jaiknonville.Mr widow who has devoted many Elmer Taetz, diocesan St. Robert Bellarmlre

,'he Archblihop gave uic find him a wise and witty llns VF. has also promotedthe tary. I''" aelle, 194- hours to Catholic women's parliamentarian. Mrs. (Mass of a doctor, Gloria

'i; lenderMonalgnor Pat- counsellor. women's postdate for Another distinction these 191*, Hollywood.Mr work at several levels, she is Taetz comes from St Raphael Preface of Ascension.)

r.<'k E. Nolan-a good many In the fall of 195, Father many, many year two ladles hold Is place of Ibxlney lake, 1914. the cochairman of this con Mission Church In Englewood THURSDAY, May 14

jc.rs ago Vincent .:. Smith was appointed Priests of the Diocese from seniority in the growing list 19:.V ikrUnd.. tention. Chairman of the con She was the former DCCW (Mass as on feast of the

assistant spiritual director: all the deaneries come to conventions of past presidents of the Mr*. lirfonl Mrlnlire 19201932 vention 1< Mrs. James (SI8)) auditor and Is now servingher Ascension Gloria, 2nd

Msgr. Nolan of the Diocesan Council. Since annually giving 1JCCW council. The first president \\lnlrr Park. Lacher. Mrs. Ockelmann will first year as parliamentarian. Prayer of St. Boniface.

that time he has served with moral support and guidanceto Mrs. R. S. Clark, Is de lltrel- H. Oliver 1932-1951:! speak at the first meeting, Preface of Ascension.)

He succeeded the late Mon. Monsignor Nolan and the spiritual their parish groups. Spaced ceased. Ja "k..11 n\lllf..Mr giving: a welcome to delegates FRIDAY, May 15

signor P. J, McGill a* diocesan directors of the deanery not permit listing them We are going< to have a*. .. Pope 19.V4-I9-VI Home. from the ladies of all the host See exhibitsThere St. John Baptist De La Sal1 .

spiritual moderator. Monsl councils, giving leadership to all as convention personalities. guests at this convention an. stead. affiliations in the deanery are many other personalities (Mass of a confessor! not a

gnor Nolan became DCCW the women In Catholic Action. However, they appreciate the other past president of the Mr*. Cyril Redding.' 19M19W : which she heads. at this convention, Bishop, Gloria Preface of

main guide in 1948. Father Smith a native of long years of service given by ICCW who now belongs to JjikMinTllle.Mr and we would give thumbnail Ascension.)

The vicar forane of the St. Philadelphia, presides. over the past presidents. of the Diocesan Miami as well s< the immediate Charles P. Callahan More leaders introductions of all of them, SATURDAY, May 18

Augustine Deanery since May St John Vlanney pariah In Council. past!' president of the 19V: .rxA' ; OrUndo.Mr if space permitted.In Vigil cf Pentecost. (Mass of

12 1053, Monslgnor Nolan i Is Orlando and The Florida Ca We have two life membersof Miami Diocesan Council *. Milton Plumb lOflO.11X12 Usually in the background conclusion! we want to feast Gloria.)

pastor of St. Paul pariah Jack thollc. the DCCW board, Mrs. J. : Tsrapa. as far as the average conven present just one more devoted SUNDAY, May 17

sonvllle. A native of Uelfast II. Palmer and Mrs GeorgeP. Miami friends Deanery presidents are tion.goer Is concerned is the DCCW" worker, Mrs. Roger Pentecost Sunday. (Mas

who came to Florida In 1921 Msgr. ElslanderThe Coyle. elected In each area and their work done by other officers Kenney chairman of the exhibits of Sunday, Gloria, Sequence

he was ordained! a Priest! at Mrs J. Winston Anderson elections are ratified at the of the DCCW. This doesn't at the Sarasota conVene Creed Preface of Pentecost .

St John Lateran in Rome. He genial host of the con Miami's past president, and a conventions. They are the mean that these officers are tion. Don't fall to view the )

received his doctorate of sacred vention this year Is Monsignor Carrie PalmerMrs. former treasurer of the St. vice-preldenta of the DCCW. not convention personalities.And displays for which she will

theology In the Eternal Charles F.lslaruler V..... Augustine Diocesan Council's Presiding this year with Mrs. If you don't believe tar, present swards during the

City where he studied for the pastor cf St. Martha Church, Palmer (who Wit Mrs.!! board, will install the offl- Schoetert from Eau Gallle! just walk up to them and Introduce meeting Wednesday.Mrs. Anna Maria Island

Priesthood at the American Sarasota who heads all of Caroline McCollum when she ten elected at the Sarasota the diocesan president, are )'ourelves.You'l Kenney comes from St BernardThe
(. that will I b. was President of the National these deanery presidents who
College and Propaganda hospitality convention. Holy Spirit parish In Lake
smile from
Council of Catholic Women) get a big Sunday Ma s schedulefor
extended to the convention- are DCCW \lce-presidents: Wales. She has put monthsof
li the "dean of women" In these ladles: St. Bernard Church has
goers from all of the members work into her part of this
our Council. A few conventions Miss Isabelle Cleason, diocesan been changed to 8 and 10 ajn.
St. Petersburg of his deanery MonslgnorElslander Your officers corresponding secretary convention, too. A former
delegate heard theArchblahop
Is the spiritual moderator ago a West Coast Deanery Coundlprtlldt'nt
refer to her as Flrjt-Mrs. Joel Sayers Jr., has returned! to her old
Ira J.
for ;
RENT A CAR she is also admiredfor
hometown of Eau Gallle after St.
Coast Deanery Council of "the incomparable Carrie anexpressive a member of Our Lady of her Petersburg
work on the DCCW
Catholic Women. description of the ttinston.tndrraon Lourdes pariah In Daytona making her mark as an active board.

LEASE little lady from Gainesvillewho Beach. She has served Orlan leader in Jacksonville affiliations
The Diocese's t Moved Monsignor The board
will elect offlc-
)ou* CAR JaoM Wm. J. Mullally V.F. carried our Diocese Into do Central Deanery for two and on the DCCW board
e'y for the
era coming
from the St Augustine Dean. year at a
national prominence when I years as president during
a prothonotary apostolic.Is ,
RENTAL meeting during the convention

G of fit. Paul parish she traveled to Latin America which terms she Installed ery.
OBELEASIN6loallat pastor and new
Daytona Beach, and spiritual and other places on the globe .1 --- many affiliations' officers and Mrs. Thad Slemlenskl

moderator for all affiliation as the NCCW president. Mrs. Charles Pope of went about speaking on the diocesan treasurer from Or. grow along with former

1.2.13 TIAR of the Orlando Central Deanery Carrie was elected national Gould, Florida, our president Council program where Invit lando. She belong to the St. ones tion memories.In the garden of conven Weather. King Paint

LEASES Council of Catholic Wom president at NCCW's 19th an. 10 years SKI, will receive a ed. This Is a pattern follow. Elizabeth: Guild In St James 20% OFF

nual convention' In San Francisco warm welcome from old I ed by each of the dean.rypr..ldl.'nt. parish and is a well-liked diocesan .
Phone DON MiofiuO 12.J.7Jui en.The board member, This Is The Flower Dell Offer Ends Today May I
M* unit wow late Monslgnor' James \ September 23, 1939 after friends. She has written to during their termsof ,

n. Cloonan of J Jacksonville having served as national director Toni! Schoebert that she will office her second year as treasurerof Florist & Gifts ST. PETE PAINT POT

spiritual moderator for the St. and national secretary.She attend our convention In Sar> Second Mrs. Frederick the Council

Augustine Deanery Council of celebrated her With birthday anota this. year. Schmidt. a member of St. Jude Mrs. Emory Cooper, diocesan U2I' I Centra? $t. PetenWgNow "Customer Central Color&Service"Corner 2Ut St.

Catholic Women has been last month. She hold the All our past presidents can't pariah in St. Petersburg. She recording secretary leJ-4722 or 142-7741 TELEPHONE

!a succeeded in that office, at papal decoration Tro }:c. lie with us, but her. la a list Is un experienced club woman She Is a member of St WllCatKoltc W-5SAI


Holy Name Church

JACKSON'SSHOES Floritia Report

St Petersburg Bishop lUrry OeLand Port Orange

r DON BARDELLA .St. Judo The lllshop! i Harry Guild .St. .',tf'r Kpiphany; erc tar. Li
will have their annual Installation s t a noon
Mtntger I
Mrs. Jimes .,
the election of officers for rrara. president The St. ChrUtopher's Circle
dinner on Tuesday, of the RoMry-Altar SoIrty of the : ST. rKTcasnrBO wiles
St. Jude's Women's Guild for Epiphany Catholict'omen"a
May 12 at 7 p.m. at the Coral cf St. Peter n... cur Ass. S Olt MT4r tarn
Wm was held at the March leer parish, DeI Club which sponsors ........ Y.* *.... lnr4 kr r D I C. 1155'ICU
&HX) Gulf Boulevard St.Tetemburg I band, has Installed the
meeting and the following of fi a catering service, will
Heach. The following .
$2.11S1 erg of the St. Monka's Clr-
lIull.lur.\ elected Mrs. serve the breakfast for the
RIBBON Thomas J, llrvtt president officers "IIIlit In. l, They are; Mrs Frank First Holy Communicants and

FINANCING :;; Mrs John Greaser,, first vicepresident .; stalleil" S: Mm. William !Staple.ton. >lay em chairman; Mrs. nieh.rd their parent on May 10( and AVOID WATER and RUST !
Mrs. DurM
president; .. Haaoo. oxhalrmari
: Mrs.
build : ; Mrs. Donald Street Street, vte preakient M.... ;. the Holy Name Breakfast on Get oil tank filled now.
wil help YOU buy or Ifl'Ond'kt president; Miss. ; hank 1..1'-' < your new Home a) lowest eua53oI Frederick<< landry svertUry; I r Irwrer. Heat of sun causes sweating in tank Get your
May Quinn recording svcreUry were made for
cost rid Kim t. work for you. soul Mm Frank' \\,.*.... Jr.t..u..r. The" Society's third annual
; Mrs. Walter Konlu. the spaghetti and meat sauce heater cleaned and serviced while weather is
First Federal SavingsAnd St. Petenbwrg corresponding secretary; and maybe MotherDauithter. Conununtonhioakfast dinner to IIf' given from 12 to
nuMle by callingMr*. J. I* warm.
will\ be
Lean AttoclationOl ; Mrs. L. C. Hunkler treasurer. an event of 8pm. Sunday, May 24 In the
464$ tth Street North Silva 82$1114 or, Mra. A. MiMtoy, May 17. following' goclKk.
St. Pstenbur The Installation will In a social MIL A kitchen com- BO WEN'SStandard
C.IUhan, :3-W-7H.
religious ttr.lnatand will Mass. All women of mlttee wa appointed under

tw held In the church on Monday Miami the parish are Invited to the Mrs. CUrtnrt Ingraham Mrs. Oil Products

CAlU-anyfin FREE 24'HOURAmbulance May 1 le. at 8 pm. Mortalgnor Ilarry College lu.akfMl which will be Cawnlr Kotak Is ticket chair-
rved In the pariah hall 862.2450
i at
eld.y.eni9hf; Service James J. Meehan will The Barry ('0....... Tara man.
Father Kdwerd:
!" a.m. O'Shea It
officiate. !Singers will those was announced' that there
service nf fers1 Trained present .111||| t* guest speaker. Mr. would
: be
The Installation ceremonywill spring> concert at HIA ,..m.taundtt cars to provide
.. Attendants Oxygen tqulrtAmbu: be folio. .ed by an "Aloha ,. May 10 In th. cul.se. Hienard I Calkins Is general transportation from the Port -
lances Anywhere In City Without Ituffel.Supper" for the UutMMemWrs auditorium under the direction 'Mirman .****ed by Mra. Orange causeway. to the social .. 5r, LIVE I SAFELY !
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342.8821 The !ladies p*an to of Dr. .Harry Robert Wil|| .rma hall for bust owners who DRIVE SAFELY !
Rents and Mrs. lUeh-
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C. E. PREVATT have a talent show sort t group chairman of the le < to n to the spaghettiwinner
MEMORIAL ocean nu! .P
P.bnbwq ..
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Florid 101 Svth St. N. HOME singing at entertainment. <*/|kmrtnk nt of Tofl .rs ('u,- *t the conclusion of Consult H ;is directory before veer peal Sackful.1.
I ..kf..t will be Andre To.suet -
College Student )e... OttomMe. Unlvwtttjr the annual Mewing of the gal e..41... ,.,.;".. Yevl M ,'.eI you jL;
of the Holy Norn feet-( bu....
An art wlRkahep for MM- Dnnatton will bo d 4ir &
l'.rme" Pars, 4s MrtMr ufMr. y. one >
SAVE UP TO 1 10.00 AND MORE siesta wh M" ou10pltedgrades
t\le w.5..INNN ...... ...., ....... .111 _.. .. ......\..4.N.. anti :'1 r.. A. P. .Pares. of for adwhs and W cents Brandon Holy Name St. John'sCO94PU94NTS
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.*4 l.....*'..* to ttt 4U> e/. ,*.* .".. r-f /N .R .N during June and. of the Nativity
stated treasurer of the tnfuming The .
N.a It, r tAoe Women's Dub
Ik* ....!.. ...... *f ikl UM.. a.It M... R'We M .ISCp._ sophomore class at July by. tho art deportment of the t hurrh of the
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Ml. Pr" la a gradual' of n< Rotwrt gteuv OF
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04"..,..,_. ,.._* ; )ore U.rir, Mrs*. McKnellen Standard
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a The Florida Catholic, Friday May 8, 19frt

Continue dedication to i Florida ReportsJacksonville

tl r w Gainesville
Delegate says Christ the King Student Center
fMiiUh speaking! studentsat !

r ::51L'1; : The I 11.I..II.o1l1ulhotlllurt, of the InlversitN of Florida

PIIII.DtI.PJII.CThe: ( ) Apostolic Delegate baa the primacy In hex .
Catholic educa.tion rr Christ the King Guild Arlington thin potstet"k Ddrtti i lp..t,11; IR
said here United States Catholics should continue their but even then i hope /olltup M H days of recolleiiion at tie
was an rent of
devotion to Catholic education "the brightest jewel in Philadelphia keeps this prinwcy .- 1 ,4qt 4 Thurelaynight Catholic Student Cent or
the crown of the Church in America." ." he Nld.Anhbhhop April Ji), at StrlcktaroU Gainesville

Archbishop Egidio Vagnozzi spoke on April 26 at : John J. Krol of rep Town Mom Restaurant The conferencesteie ei:' >-

the dedication of the new Cardinal O'Hara High School. Philadelphia, was present at Officers Installed. were Mrs ducted by Father III1U1, I

"I want you to know that today I am speaking not the (ceremony at which the Daniel, Japmir. prealdent. Mrs.1rank Couto from Oamewiiio al> (i
In formal address was delivered Redmond. first vicepremdeul Father Vlclorto A gun* fr, iSi

speaking my own to name the but for the Holy Father and I am bv auxiliary Bishop I John J. )J..... 1I01l1 .. Crap, Martha pariah in ....11.i "

in entire nation that you should continue Graham of Philadelphia iwvond vice prenidnt. Mrs.. On Thursday night tr. .'
your devotion to Catholic
.-A .. Henry !Si hadecretary and was a sfMflal' talk for m H'' rt((
education" he said. l>iami irom people aoout "Trie te her dial rftll''U' ;
Mri James couple and on rrldini; I
their who Mlddletun trsatiier *-
pastors were urging tltm for (MM! a>i! for ro..lrf.-
And I want you to know'," them to build CAlhollcIK'hool8 uM Bi..hop Graham "tho f .rather W. Thomas. Lar- the talk was dirwu'd "I i iliMrlly

he added "that this dedication Calhulle Mh.x.l has here the ...., (1: r111 kin pastor coiifpatulatetl) the for single niudom
o f )our to Catholic education: "The assn I I :.r-. -.alA J new officers anti thanked. The** days of rrctille i i irloiwd
people would .
say n>r rr lone of our r Faith the
is shared by the o\erw helming hate a fine member far their past .up> on Saturday morn t
public school bulwark' of defr e for the ,..
majority of the Bluhopn- with a I Huh Ma..n sung ',\
nearby, why should we be |>hlk.. It* .',out ardent sad Winners, Holy Rosary in JacksonvilleFather port.Mr
Archbishop Xagnoaslbeed the choir of the Cdth.'uc' Si I
put to the ahltxl expense of try.iei| allr. *. Robert O McOIII. pre-

million! the new school, a $J.2 building our own schools" John J. (, "tl1t'r cSSR and place for a display' on bacteria: tent l (4 All Saints AaJU..y.1 dent Center.Englewood.

roll 2000 facility girls which and in will equal en. But today, we constantlyreceive high After school the dedkatlon the Delegatewent the prefect at Holy ROM School: Jacks Jack 1'right thin! place for a model! was ,Initialling officer,

number of boys in tepdratewings letters from parents to nearby Holy Crona sonvillf! has congratu:!..', d l Ron Mary volcano. Agnes Buirn won Best Poster Kit her Waiter On**,heC SI. Kapluel
demanding to know
why their .8S R
parish where he dedicated the Lucy, left, and Catb di; ant, right, award and Honorable Mention went to pastor of llolv Rosary Following the 4 o' took
Bihop! and Priests will
not Church J .k
He told the audience that build new school or add to part&h's new church: He said first place winners for ir joint proj- Charles and James Hagm. contrition! speaker.Mrs. a wasguest Mass t MM by Mon+lgrnr

Tope r..ul'I became enthusiastic their school facilities," he It wa the first time he hall ect on incubation. This was the third and Holly Johnson, rubber UC'OrlInmln an Inst.iiUtton ..
Met;ill stun
about the Catholic dedicated a church, althoughon annual science fair ap >.red for theMeek Judges of the 103 f'ntrita'C'rt> Mrs Intailedth breakfast wit held at

school system during a >'lither said.Archbishop Yajmozzi commended several occasion he had fifth sixth, seventh anOther : "llohth: grader. John Gill, John Dattoll, and Martin Chairmen* e new Mrs-elected Robert t'In'a t"Ally" \'Restaurant, on
r'rltch. Sunday April a 2A, Mrs
several .
years ago dedicated c.thrdr.ls.Teachers'. '
the Philadelphia archdiocese : winners were C *, sec Callacan III
Mr. Ilk-hard Sllbvrnatfel Mr*. ('lIar'". (XkelnMim. pte Ulen
"He Mill freq"nlly talk of for Its "total dedication1 --'--- Marvin lllminelberg. Mrs. Joaeph of the Southwest Coast t)cf.tl1.

your afbnol|. l( the glory of to Catholic education. + I Fernandina Beach Tampa Skrf. Mr. N. K. \Vrlxlev. cry, ln.t..'H...l the (4)1J.lwIlIC i

the Cbmch la .\Wftlt:.." he "You have the highest percentage x :M MUharl M. InwrenceMr. !.Ir.. Agnes! F'ngarty, Mr, new offh.ra of the .\lur K>

aid.. of Catholic childrenin *. Geol; iie Sierra, \\eat John Clllton. Mr I J<. Tanner city of !*t. Raphael l'arlh.
Catholic f uiier Daniel Cullen of !St.
your school of
Coast Deanery vke preahlent. .Mr.. Donald Mnntt, Mr. John Hrelaik. 1'-1'!
The Delegate said that 30 r k. Jarkaaatr
any archdiocese: in the country i I. pariah. *
will\ be the lI..t.'III1101fftl'tr Mr. Nicholas Manduke. Mai. dent: Mr*. \Mlluim "S. hulf.vkepre .
years ago when he was a secretary he said. was guest speaker at SUI .
nilV> at the toile i h..rl'a| UulM installation
.po delegation "I should like to the
see |> ". In the &(. l..iMietM* So Mc.n.'..,,, situ. Mrs, Mantis : ls. tr"riiiiret. Mrs.
In \\j hlngion. "we other diocese* in the country 'nor, April 24. at the It.*
eel 1 Hall Mclailhjr.IUe Thiitn Oruin. *e'.1 irUiThe \
would receive letter of com- compete with Philadelphia forCommittee ,i I. KeatauranC
-- New officer are: Mrs Peter hre"kf4it w .n n'iVr.
-- -- -- Mr. Clayton !'.......... t r..... eMeita, |>ie>Htent. ; Mr. ed Trinity the rilrmiinn of the St. (e

rarer of !M Aucuatlfte 11NlWry Jew. Arise. vhe|>re We t; telta rlr<'le
LItt Kathef John M M.'('all. of
of the (I(( \ wan 'Installation Mr. \0\111' ;it Knight ttea*>
1" urer.; Mr, llotiert J. U fliNI!.
;:, Mi** Helen Ortffln precklent; secretary. ntttly ltwtalfe.1. the. ofn..,. '.f JACKSONVILLE

.10 s Mi*. K. U .SM lt"(, Vie*. Titusville ,tI. Women'. DulM at a .(Inner

,prmtiVnt, Mrs I S. U Rowland. beet. at the Holiday Inn

.ont Mow M. Tbre.a Fattier W. Thorn I.., kin
The honk lair hell 1 rweotlyunder (t c o e qllrTL
?, ,lit.I ireaeuiw; Mrm. ('hark'sII wee |uea* speaker. fur theInstalled

h II II II r r I *o n, MrlUnntrUii. the chairmanship t<( .5 eat. =nfi00
Mr I>>!flln Marnier wo a .. >w.Mka00k1
Tsn Mr..
.anal' l Mrs.I IX aS1Ule, rhap- are H
Lu in. huge BMe ant the \Vw*> ttrwwn hi..sl.. treasurer, Mr.WliIsui *.
an'* Club donated l an a
handbook studiedThe A used! party *|MMore>l by Meyer Jr secretary,
V<10 for he urrr.lnof
|> g
the (iulM will be .hM May Mr. I I.ei Mnmtn. prwktviii.Mr .
educational 1 materials' fur
diocesan elementary school s>'*trm wilt "'"h at the HavnwUaM ('.... *. I onanl N..lan, tint aa4fL'

have a new handbook by September the dxK' 'nanDepartment I.,. Hefreahnwnia and prts.* W 1here trrMmlA vk.I4akent| and Mrs. Nun. STEAKS
Uynomena let real will (II.nllcNl., sewn: eke. press'ren4 r... .! ...t** ... ewa.PS. ..*
Education announced !last week. will M tactaM la it* $l U6"uNl. .
tw held May It to 11 at Jatkunvllle > sails
A committee has bern formed to write the guile"" .... .. Hnl.k'M .hiHklhe .

f for teachers. Suiter Mary Damian S.S.J of the Tit' annual Communion mod by May 10 with Ml.-

yt I Department of Kducation: seated, review mate .bt.asJaat tar the wutM and I..r.. Al...l, WU: IW Remember MetHef. ..iK;( flow* s .

nal for the handbook with, from If'ft.If'1'' Irma Irat mt late. (MUiali will UMM WieetInMallatlnn. COX'S FLOWERS"Oria >

OSB, Sister M. Gerald 0.1', and Sister John .t UM KiiasMNt K auu- of offkert of : t

Bride 0 P. rues ,, "May 34 IMtowiM IM T 'it. Te...a ('atholteSonv: : l Detiqn: Fof All

---- a SB. Maw .,,'* tub wa* hall r... .ullyal Two leotien* City Os.adoss"I
gathersNext DCCW a lunrhetirt al the O
convention .r Inn. lntallln, odkerMr "
fall the diocesan elementary school was .. ('bast., J, Katmler

will have for their: us* a .teacher: .handbook' .to ._:. auk, pl...UJ.nt of the OiUmio.
aid them. Amonf those chosen to dikcusa the 'Tools for Laity' to Be discussed Central '....n.ry .t the IXt*. EASTFfU/NG/ PHARMACY

handbook are, from left back row. Slater Patrick ".n CouiKlItiCalhwJW Uwiven. a..is..a rae... ...."... ...... .
S M., Sister M. Lucina O.P., and Sister Marie .. ...... .-h I ..., ... I.-. "'pa.r. ..-...
"Toot* for the blty." s confer r- Deanery ..nIU.. I'nul Tar ... P.... 5.4 ......., 1...._ .N' .M. _..
Philip O.P.; and front row, Sister Geraldine S.S.J. lA' Auilllary In Jet ka Than itwffien assumingtheir 1.11 ........ ...4, _. 5 ss. 11115a.Is
Mother .M enr type program will be .. en n. new J..ts were: Mr*. 1_.... .. Irk .a5E
and Theres S
prevented at the XVetlnewtarmnrninr till, ffearfl. Mhe pfewtilly I I. Jams ): Vanes, JIf.I.l ... .. ........... ...............
: ieiMfiffon the flliK tan f.*ril
._Io" of the Dl:CW Mre. Mrs HlllUin (iat'lner es'( .<
TAKE MOTHER OUT to DINNER HER DAY j '* chiiRMa tot the .psat.ia
on |we '''.'''. Mr*. thatlM tHruwn "
contention In -r"04I. :)Ira.Clar.nr. I I.a... JUIIIUMI "u.'ak)1.nd.ra
ttr retoffllnf anr.lrlol
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held wrong Creator patiently seeks our love

by advanced civilization tered and pillaged In the name
in Sarasota NEVER can cease to
you WE of Christ. In the Inquisitionmen
.! at God'a Infinite
TF THE Catholic Church ever and women were burnedat

MOST] OF US are bogged down by tell the story of the women's convention got power again she' would lrl1\ pdtlenc tience with-HU us, Ills limitless wayward pa. A 1 .. Father the stake In the name ofChristian
truth because
everyday demands of ouiown for they do not recount the thousand certainly burn all who disagreed children. \ they
could not or would not
Leo J.Tree. accept
lives. This daily routine can sap and one ideas exchanged by the with her. His patience revealed Itself those truths. In the sixteenth

our enthusiasm for oar work. We needan women or the contagious enthusiasm Glance at that "If." It looks Frank J. at the very beginning In century the Body of Christ

occasional respite! to revitalize our fostered by the leaders of the Council. highly unlikely that it will "heed' Eden. Adam and Ev* had i It was torn wide open by the

contribution to work and deepen our The convention is never routine. be realized In any measure- made (to use an unbibllca Reformation. "Hoty" wars

dedication.In For the veterans just to watch newleadership able future. Are practicing phrase) and they muffed it. raged across Europe as Catholics .
Catholics a majority in any They had only to perform one and Protestants
this Diocese, the convention of develop from year to year j e BAOWU
large country anywhere? mall act of obedience as: .
the Council of Catholic Women offersa is enough to make them attend. To of their 10.nd the --.- their" love for one another
Not that Catholic proof
Spain perhaps.
God sent to Instruct them. with naked swords and smoking .
wonderful opportunity for women to hear about the great progress majorities mean that the world was th.lrlthe next
: First the practical one: the Still God did not give up. muskets. Still God did netgive .
the heart
rejuvenate themselves and have a over the past year Church 1* in control Through. has done world ai well at thU. nut no.
of heretics
rell-earned respite. It is not nec's.ury with pride. To see the calibre of wom out what we call the Catholic slaying(harm to religion than poor fools they had to prove With InextlnRuKhable lore. As up.civilization marched forward -

to tell the veterans how truly en who head up the Council's activitiesin centurie, kings fought Popes,: the more heretics left alive could their Independence. They had Cod rent III* own Son to reveal sins became more sophisticated

enjoyable and edifying the conventions our parishes makes one proud to and today the Spuntah government po-.ibly have done The to do what they wanted rath God to mankind a* fully injustice more refined .

,re. But for the newcomer who mightbe belong to the DCCW. Nearly every has demanded and minds of the generations that er than what God wanted. a. man could understand and hatreds more politely -

hesitating or unaware of the work newcomer to the convention says to received a larger nay In the followed have found it revoltIng Right then we might have His Son, however was greeted masked. There baabeen

of our convention, we can say that if herself, "I wish I could do what these appointment of Catholic Blihop and see the Church as expected God to wipe the with skepticism and scorn. some growth in virtue,

you come it will surpass your greatest women do with such grace." Yet, in a ( than any other In the hateful because) of it Cathar- late clean for a new start. Ultimately lie was crucifiedby too: but al we look Into our

expectations few short years these newcomers will Yo(lriIL Urn wall Indeed 1 destroyed in There would be other planets the very men lie had own hearts we must confess

Ultimately, It Is each of our parIshes provide the new, leadership in the Would the Church ever the Mouth of France by the other which Immortal he could>lngll populate whomhe come to save Still Cod did that God continues to receive
want the Medieval InquUltlon
end of the fourteenth (century not give up. a pretty grubby return for
l that benefits the convention. DCCW.
Is safe could create. We humans
restored? Prophecy Infinite
but the Faith ls not very the love and bounty
The return home full of No doubt suspect we are tryIng God made the life and
women en you a* some humorist has said much alive there The Proto were not at all essential to very which lie has poured out

thusiasm for the work of God In their to sell you on the idea of attending you can't disprove a prophet e-t"i tit* Queen Mary burnt at him. death" of Ills Son the starting upon us. Still lie k4 net.

parishes. As you see the delegates the convention. Well, we are. We will you can only live him down: Smithfield did more to "es- 1"ft, mrlnnI.n* stayed point( for a new try. He accepted : give up.

head for home the conventions be glad'to have there and he hat only to cant his that life and death as
certainly you taMlsh" the Church of England with' IM. He did nut gist up It U a sad story In the tellIng .

each year, you Immediately sense a with us and you will never be sorry prophecy far enough forward than all Queen Eliza. on a*. an atonement for mankind'ssins and yet for us It Is a glo-

new spirit In them. you came. to be secure But foreseeingthe hrth) 'a legislation. It hasnever and fashioned a new rlous story. The golden thread
future Is a difficult business. The descendants of Adam kind of Body for His Son.
been good for the
Speeches, forums, meetings can not See you In Sarasota. of running through the darkness
That the
IJody assembly!
Church to have the world and Eve forgot about God Is the fact that God simply\
all who believe in Jesus lathe
most of them. They wanderedinto ,
think it sees the suffering will not accept dfat. HU
Sacred To me It aeems unthinkable. Mystical Body of Christ
Scripture of Christ in heretics all sorts of Idolatry
the la of heretic face patience, mercy His love
that ( ) Ing
created their own gods In By the grace which Jesus
would ever he urged by the Hut the other. reno for their own image even made merited on the Cross the arc inexhaustible.

I Psalm reveals timeless lessons ( berth In any twiurlvabl futuie. fir deeper The realization tin an act of worship to their members of that Italy\ are .\* IndlvldUNr we dire not

li"* grown! that men run be an bizarre deities. Still God did knit, through baptism into a presume. upon| (:od', patience,

history of Coda Cho* tlon to listen attentively to it But then the thirteenth- error nlxiut, religion yet lore not give up. unity more Intimate than the We must wt absolutely

THE and to heed the lesson contained century Inquisition would God passionately all the Mme lie chose a nomad Semite', unity which binds together must do for Him the best

People m recorded In therein have seemed unthinkable to It U hard for us to think Abraham, to be the father ofa the cells of a physical body. In that we can with the graces

the Dibit is not history In the Father The Hebrew word for par. say-St. Martin of Tours who crtiiDelves back Into the mine race of men who would be Ills Mystical Body Christ remains He gives But as we do that

usual sense of the term. This able U rruhal, and it can he In the fourth century raged I nf our ancestors-Catholic and God's own people. God would upon earth to instruct, very insignificant bent, we

I J. not to say that It is unhls- John J. translated. in many ways: against the beheading of the Protestant alike-to whom a guide them protect them and to sanctify and to guide Ills move forward with confidence

torlcal but rather that it I I. CatltlotIsrafs (comparison proverb, riddle, heretic Priscllllan or to Pop heretic was, could only be, progressively reveal Himself members.But and hope.

something more than historical parable Nicholas I who in the ninth a bad man. On both sides to them. fio
Her It aeem to mean a century declared' that the use they compared heresy with The Israelites, so named nut over <'hil_t'a Body Mat we pick ourselves up

of torture wa against all laws fyrxery Iwth debased! thinrrency < after Abraham's grandson l.urrnlrd by successive here and try again. We have so
For pines It drirrlhe (:nd'udeallnga which contains a hidden
story human and divine the penalty for a Israel, took their favored po. little to give but If it is our
:; des. UN Uw of lore| "
Ha more
and this would .bo
with' Ills It I I.
people, message,
conquest of the prom. All the name it remains unthinkable forger was a particularly iltlon lightly They felt and honored In the breach thanIn best it is enough. God has put
also l revelation flllrd with. the meaning, In the rrond
bed Land. that the medieval cruel death: the penalty a re-f.lI'' Into Idolatry. They the ob.r".n. up with 10 much sin and
lessons fur half of the of the
Important vrr ,
repression. of heretics should h..r.tlct''l'rvl'C\ ( could hardlv fought and quarreled and abuse through the MttH'iH
an l of all time. How did It happen thatFphralm phrase "myitrrlea from of .
| tilled. They killed even In the tragic Crusade! for that little law
return. Burning, of course, be I. ".. But there wan one even our will
If this I I. true of the hid- lout its .prrntlie? old belonged to that age: it wan i-nornwus: difference t h e many of the prophets whom example, Christians slaugh seem Lk a lot to Him.
M by did Cool; rhIM' Jeruaa-
tory Itself, it la vtn more lcm, the capital nf Judu, a* Th rent of this long Introductory not nlmply thought up against forger was acting solely for
true when an Inspired teacher stanza ((18)) develops heretics it was the normal his own gain and knew that
the pollllral and rrlllloa
purposely sets out to fl. renter" o. l Israel the Idea\ that the past history, punishment for publle crime, he was defrauding the state, Question boxTake

plain, those lessons to hU Ustt of the people>j l Is moat' Instructive crimes against the structureof hut the heretic Yo1l. convinced

ere Th pwatmlst found' the answer that It should h* told I society: Wt' need not anticipate that he Yon nerving Cod and

Huch a teachrr was the auII In the ilnfulnrM of and retold so that its menMR its return. But will any touts of men. papal teaching seriouslyQ.

-'>r It I I.
(, explain why Cod had rj .- follows\ : "Hearken, my people, that men of the present generation ? And will the Churchill a

:ted the loge and ImllOr.t to my teaching Incline your may "not b* like their Involved? rUlllullon. Whit kind of tin U I It not apparent to ...lher J peror Charlemagne imposed a

nt northern tribe of Ephra-: ears to the words of my fathers a generation: wayward Th state hn In the recent At any given time the rul- when me fall to listen to the lime curb people may Iml. death penalty against anyone .

Ian In favor of the smaller, mouth. I will open{ my. mouth and rttwllloun, A II"!*- pant taken action which to ire of the Church will apply non-lnfalllbl lint tnlrnn It Id..1, greatly dr lrlng thrown guilty of cremating a

Jr>s Influential'"* of Juda.1h In a pttrabl, 1 will uur m,.- .,..tlonh..\ leapt not Us Iv,. *Vtilm p mii Uka t*. lhaleaching of Christ to the teachings of the Top on death. Home may eve corpne. This feneraltdat-

territory of Kj'hralm was lerle front of oll!." heart steadfait nor lu spirit Union persecution' jet wa world a* they 1M It; with advance temporal |x.11114'111 and fr,.. succeed |H taking' their ow. rourairnl the practice In wee-

tar more exen.lv. and still This appeal to an audlenr faithful toward ( oati"! not The British governmentIn in/ anthropology pny.fhology nomte matterthal If Harthrlr life.! II..e.* I the Church. always tern Europe Pop Bonift >,{

inor Important, the Ark of aufKiita that this psalm' was The body of this long and India forbade suttee a anal II<"I"n't'Uh the fight against the rxrlqde suicide vlrllmt from VIII, in 1290, clearly forbade

the Covenant had been enshrined used| In the liturgy, with a Interesting psalm recounts Hindoo practice of burning a sheer experience I of living, very thing he .'y. ate most burial In the l'hurrh1II cremation by church law.

ther, at Silo, after chanter calling the rorgrrga- the early history of Israel.Father dead man anti hU living wife they com to see the world Catholic In spirit and for a dUlvrlied person di In later time, and even a

on one funeral JI're. It was a dlfl.r.ntlyil4'u.r and more which h* U' pralng? | mean Ire* his own death' I* he con hundred ago some people

religious practice, jet it wa deeply and the applicationof thing like interracial ju-llrf. ldrred In a Mate of mortAl who year did not believe In

Michael! V. Cannon with no desire to Interfere the teaching changes acc ergsaizations for Internatlon.al sin? If an, then Uat. this the used trial"

Minion ef Nombre D* Diet with the: Hindoo rt'lhlwlthat. ( cwUtngly. That is my stronget |....<.e, etc, name a* condemning a ph>.... the lion resurrection.. a means,of exprnaim
the government a A. What kind person defiance of fhureh
of sin It I Iwhen It their
the In of m..llnal!
cc. Mine 1 principle op return premium his own handicap
a child acorns he tchIng teaching As you say, the .surrectlon -
f"UOIwh.n the t'nlleol8t.t. i U unthlnkahl even If itper.
(cK6At chAptens inCAtliolic of his parent. ii jot M easy for
.. government made thereligion physically pnmlbl regarding A. The Church law which
baaed polygamy. of .. morality or similar mloui exrludea suicides from Christian a holy which la burnt a* for
Men who love G the. Mormons( illegal\ 1 tie for matter? burial exists for the puiP one which to burled and devoured -
lOI lustouy ."'n lining in error
l a bustprandllsqu
\V* are certainly endangerIng t... of teaching the living by vorms Rut at
about some point" of Oorls
I -- M'here any .uu feels railed. our faith when that suicide i b the gesture wa '
w* ftu\ ** a grave air,
W hate the
Tobw spun to defend. ih. life ...fMirlrlf I revelation. It tm than th for which there Is ent In comequenr thatch
Mill.n\ MadUon County; authority of the .Idt-m op.
Chapter. HBISIIOP a, which. .ltx d about iNghMt authwrily, that wllllnf.,
against >r.rtl< r became *4rtB mt.
| laws
any to more
1-op teach for
!San Miguel it* u* In mattesrelated portURlty reiientanr Notf'fI"PI'Ie
and finally
mile. north of rtf."lod. jr 'ties to Ujr. down on. life H
CALDF.UOM: art A. 'I. near the Aurilla Ilkvtr howftrr KlnrerrljT It U 'Ito! to doctrine and moral believes this. Th. forbidding Christian funoralceremonlea
Inecvlll: anti the then ( the supreme proof .>f rrl...
alone themlol deserted. mission and tillage lit MaclUon, County). hrM. ., which I ii In fr .(. ". and th* prtwf men on Ity. Interracial! ( and. midst ju' *. law excludes only there who to these who
the Uw. ..( (i'Nt. the ( hunk tak ordered that their NallH. I to
: \ trail that led, from of .Ka. I'ranilxa d. I'ulmiu.Thea lath shies were willing to t w are moral question. jua their own life "with" wl
The Aarllta Hirer firmedthe will 'I.tH'tl| | |It. tire I la the, haute virtue which weighed derWon." If there I. cremated )I.rdl.h"l that
cl Dloa 'Into the Iw
N mbr tiling.
II... May we M
of theprntlnr
order antihero hoaadar regulates practical reUiWahips reason to that mental they might not receive the
fullowr! In suspect
Hut there at. two ..l at ChrltnvM ItM
tprtl ,
heartland of the TlmucuanIndians. "'
"! TIIII. last sacraments of the Ctawrchbroaw
along the trail.wettward. tile men; It U i cheaply or emotional dieturhana.made .
why the ('hurrhwould XMII dcwrtliM. other
He arrhnl after the Puhnp rnMM>4 l Iota Ili. John of their evil iMtt
tnlaalun, lit Santa Calallna within the rang el th. the act l 1.*a than voluntary *
not again ht .bultai. .. t .
tiavelinf ten league u"eit.Uih.. want Ckrfltan Nate to use tkdenoe in the name ef ChrUt an their
flv* mile) at the mlaalon ne! *analtlllege ,Umototo CohimMa tynmty); S s n t a Thet h* ,found th* mia- lnt.r*.ta c>f Itll,*...., one ,,( f fmrtri.1'' h* surely w rote and his autrwcor* -* UltrlearlMNs suicide will be burled In the Now, beearta of eikMirdCvMt
of San DUr *
the u*, per too Involves Church. 9o much U the bent $ms and atUfctate ta*
Johns Crua de AJ hlca (lner akuna of fen liense tie 111- them m In the prmttt.l onler. FINIS to the whole grim .
(If\ Pt the t't amiVuwanne many virtues-particularly fit of doubt given to sutrid Church doe not toMfct '
Junction of ftania enthen
buathuco I.. cl
Ci.>flC' "" >n toe' fr cl twr. .tory.Waihlnqfon .
IlHir near prawntilay TII"1.The lUvrrvl.; Santa cur AyuhmU, Sn t'r.M"'O t jiMitre anti charity" In mul that aetdom la on exclude peiMltie 1 Mklsw it .ka

HUhup. laded that then it.* Tarihlca. two I"'ft'erl" listed. tan Juan it. Ai|>.U.4.il tip** manner. frum Chrtatlan. burial evil ent that UM rrasn. U

I..n was at a apoC when.the '" abut tile road Han amt sin JUNl'h Ocu tall( UtterUrges No on can tie guilty of ordt< 1I. crematton erd at
a .
Johns war "aunuat a > t:" !. questins the r... .
ht Juan Ov.t..raht( 9 pient-day tearhiags l In these ,
matters It
and half In width1 .
Iritu a
+ *
wrona and d tiberat
freely *
anne*. near i cad ,try turbulent" cl cooperationin I ly *. are net "'l"fINIlbl.'fW .
) tun Pedro more
; w) of present d41) t. 'unCctunty and I* ..U.*J against .h* rrom hl |x>|al, b* write. I' .Mftr>a (on Kampala, lAb eoce, respect| an4 aaMlllljr, hints .. eaMMt avoU.

It ta. wealy MBnUht>.lle. In >lad** n GMrtty); Santa tian Pe
IpMturk I la the ptUtln ml.> Jtf..4!...a ::41e 1I.rf\.lhiI (nearl Ant.wl. de I+augM, Fan |).. foreign To talk er writ or work; the (""n"-. ua4 eaetewatias.

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The Florida Cathollf. Friday, Stay g, ifW4

The backdrop Catholic Florida Reports
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U.S. aid contends with Reds' liesA Sacred Tampa Heart Daytona lAdy of BeachOur Lourdes

READER of newspaper And the Russians appear to Brother Damian S.C., far r.. A combination public card
headlines about out. have been more successful In ulty member of Menard Memorial party and final bridge play
bursU af anH-Americanfan in I selling their "image" of the High School In Alex Brother off for the marathon playerswas

almost every,.. of the globe l' n l 11 e d States, than our ; andria. Louisiana, has been ... .., I...n'I.... held on Thursday May
may be forghefi! for 1\. oderIng John l'S.I.A. and cultural pro 4 {.I star selected to participate/ In a 7 at 7 pm. in the Lourdes
if the Lat sums spent on C. Rr.tms have been in depleting! : seven-week language ln tl. room.
the Peace Corp, the cultural O'Brleh"Damn us as *e see ou".his. lute. June 29 to August II at The Woman' Club of Our
exchange' program and the lona College In :New Rochelle. I.a United State information At the time of the confrontation Ht la one of 7S teacher whowere Winter Haven elected these officers for thecoming
with the Soviet Union' : hint John LIVmixUn. ;
agency are not a total wante. chosen from over 400
We like to think of our. over the missile installations applicants. St.t JosephMis president. ; Mis. L.n i
selves as the moat Renemui S n C u bd demonstrator r Brother' Damlan I II a mem- It, Kvt 'hl.Id.let ward A. FavU 1 flr1'.r
people in hh tory. Over the thmkPf'I.!," without marched on the American em- J her of a Catholic teaching order elected new president of *t. president; Mr. Martin M<.
years ".e have spent billions government approval. bonny: In Lonbut but not on the Brother of the Sa- Joseph's Cmlrl; when thegroup semrtdlcepresldent! and i iporter
helping former enemies as In the capital of Gabon on the Soviet embassy Their card Heart. Ills. name before mot during A rrU. Mrs. Louis noMknn,'
well as allies recover fmm the night of March 8, the slogans praised the Ru"'i.II\I\ Receives music awardOn entering religion won Alfred 1 Other eleite were: Mrs corresponding secretary' ; Mi
the devastation of w hate championed the caune by an explosive device. Mnlty"< In the face of American May 8, Notre name University honored Mr*. Jvikto Rotlrlfuei of Mrs. James t.unney, rwreepoodlng log secretary; Mrs. Sam Ja< \
of new nations In their effortsto French residents of the throw off foreign rule and try had been upreading rumor fact that It was the plantingof Chrittiana School in Tampa: by boatowinfj on him He III| a graduate of Jesuit rordlng secretary; tin Barren, deanery representative
tnt lavishly to help them that the United State missiles In Cuba by the "In absentia the St, rcilia award. Father Clement High school of Tampa, claw and ),If.. H. M. Owen Jr, and historian.

develop their economies. Inspired an abortive re\ult Soviet Union that was the .above how. -.e; letter announcing:: the of '49 ami received M* H. s. treastirer.Mr" Bradenton
against the government of real provocation for the t.. So award, to some of the tII"f the school He has 'lKive lit Spanish f Spring *. Wilbur lUrnes, pre..l-
f>prh aDI'r.r.dnl"d) lenee.olenrr > President Leon Mba. ultimatum.The pent over ::o yearn leaching; music to boys from Hill College In 1MI. He wan ., dent remlmletl" all temporary| Kt. .rUAf'ph
1\ e helleie, should Three day later a mob of communist pre*. tries the St. Augustine diocrge. active vemlwr of s.wud l chairmen of next year's circleto The St. Joseph Holy Name
hare evoked feeling of grail, Cambodians invaded and gut 't'afloPt.MIy to drive home that Heart "" ....h. hM organisational meet.Inge Society Is sponsoring a pancake
tad. and gnod Mill\ toward n_. ted the American embaany the United Slate Is Tampa before the annual Installation breakfast on Mother'
an unscrupulous
Instead ve nrrm to hate and the U.SIA. library Impertattet 3lar>' Help School Sports commont be.niuet' which will Day In the school halt Serving
reaped unjust rrltkl'm and haul down the American flag by warmongering" powerruled Pen Robert Hrlen., director be an event of \\'*.ln...Ur, I II to start after the S
III wilt. and burned embassy documents. tagon general and Wall band at Notre Dame Unlv. My 30 at the Uk H!eg ton o'clock Ma.. The public la
The Cambodian chiefof Street financier sit, In Indiana. Informed I Shea Stadium fans Yacht and Country ('III\\). Invited and proceed! will got
In rt'<',nt.1" we haveseen state declared that there: then Clement I S D.R., ma- gives A J'n'II"' entitled "A m.f'o St Joseph Boy" Scout
anti-American outhuntt act did not "conform to 'am. >' charge Is ton oMlraie' director of Mary Help Ivan t'.ithollc Ktl: <|uetle* from:>> Troop 4.Daytona.
In such iMrninally friendly donlal morality but the dem or Improbable for the rumen. Christians whorl In T.ml"| new view of hapless Mets the N ll..1t by Mrs Helen Tn y
countries as Cambodia Gabon, oratrator must he under .1-'.. that he received the St. Cecilia Fenner" war presented l bymemliers
Ghana Greece and Panama. ttond If not excused Music Award for IWi. STADIUM! r. no more of St. l1.>>nle.'* Clrrl > Beach
Behind the rioting In Pan. The Greek government exprewed In recent weeks cltliens tlftommunl.t for outstanding ,,""trlbt"1to SHEA a tape. .meature homer Joe *.
ama there may tune been a reiret after tome countries were miulc tth..UolThO' from Timee ilquare. to the wt
legitimate grievance. We may 4000 students gathered in told that Americans rend award was tiled on by tl.. newest, .Ntost eftpenstve, ant \\IIIUmi Eau Gallie Welcome Trawlers
have been slow In making front of the American embassy only pornography that they Nntre n..... executive' BoaMKalher may he. (eM "IU )*olltke. pon- ('Vlleg: Sliident
aimple concession to Panamanian In Athena shouting sell illegitimate children In Clennefltl who wtravelling .. urn eUlw) the mo..l ....uU. give.tlowI' jl Mary Aim Itoeper daughter Furniture,
the labor market that the Porch! and fsfieRaMaft Spetl.tt:..
national prUle! ouch "American keep your hand to >X ijuHenUl, ful. .,rert'. of Mr. and hi,.. H. Ken
labor of Wrtutht Ir.ftAI"t"
Illegitimate children
as permitting the flying of off Cyprus" "American murderers for a concert "'hHt tI- This ,In a stadium built In tier ll..|>er of Mlharbor ,
the Panamanian flag along ," and "Bravo !tUNI.But ..* forms a Urge rout of the t'nit-. award was coonf......... wi fang Inland primarily for i.l flew IHive, wet .h,..n t<> ""
with the ed Mate* iutrUl 11U".., Ngh.sy; ). I-Or""d bathIislan
American (color In
the refusal honored A hits. the education committee
government im May HTMtwnd piivate entcrprtM, a National) 'J' am t on
The American. Negro the lied
the Canal Zone. to let the police Interfere HM won national reran league rsuetssll team the at Trinity lullet 11uhlnlllOft \
Hat other nilAmericandrmonMrallon with the demonstration. propagandists assert Is Ineligible Milan by winning mu> Met M It ....,.... out) to fill hv In' 'id specie, combining the \\' f U l'.
to \ for social security' and aw anas In nationwide t+cjMf a void, es|.*nively anal Heed- IlieUn. of Bart. fan and The education commit! .Is Ind. Aml i.. Fees)
appear In the MMlled "battle formen's Is forbidden to shake hands
have been goternmenMitM mind" we are plllnlag with a white man. The Federal titian the text two )*.*.. I', Italy created, and., finally to the 11111.. t of 1..1.r t ,,'tat I.".. a student orgsnlsailon which e open I P.M. 'fil! I II I P.M.
'd iota, It won, first prlM.Father plastic a growing criticalrluinur I ..It.I"l.iy wet step the thi"'. r ><'<>in mends i-urrtrulum alteration
or lotrinmrnt-lolrr .
.'.d. .In't. rMlhlew otlrt prop.aada. government, the prope.gandl.ta Clement! IMM ala for more- of the national The plrmlnt new |MI k fur faculty ronslitersllon. 1."etu.t FaciSt:ete
say, maintain eight written several bend romfnslttetis apart M a* a-tjwwt to we Just smother. pteee whet .
When more than 1000nhanian ( ( Plan for council regional concentration camp" geared to the beginning the World Fair rflepU;* they could unfurl their per Chad. Medayi
where recelritrsnt I lntellrtuak
demonstrated out. land Hanen Put4tr nearby.The aurutuMt bonnets, display PRINTINGletter SAN REMORESTAURANT
aide the American embassy In I>.\KKH-M\UMM:' I. T.n..i"- and labor unionises are hone KM taut hU nwwlc. In official nt.ner with tltePltuburtfh their. eccentric dr... and give
Accra it "U noted that no rlka1'The Bishops of Imprisoned.There circulation. KU chair won HratM attracted lent Ut their jungle. tr.... Press ad Offset( l lCeuckmeii
viet bloc reporters ob\'loully! Tanganyika\ begin a special Is no letting how rilywlde aorUlm In a let 4..:?M pM adralasfcina.. cn.. F>in'i n'J c. IJW SO. RIDGIWOOO
tipped off, were fir it on the general meeting here many of these. communist lies lined program given tM* ptChrUtma lcl applause and no little haD.Adn"tutolM It IOC'. because *.|iUntlk a..r.NN/....
Kcene. And considering the May 12 under! the chairman- are believed. But the way .. early comer .)'d had a |IMH| spring. CL J-4JM 111 M'9".n. CL 2.1357
... ..
utrlrt control over the preen .hlp of Laurian Cardinal Rug-! they are echoed In many un. Father (Clement! Pass len muted f runt level to level Udsina '"'
by the government, the Chan' ambwa of Bjkoba In preparation developed countries, U woukl teaching mule. at Mary Help/ (five alt told). marveUmi ai When the Metecoral
Ian Time could not hate for the next 'e"lon of seem that they ate widely of ChrUtUn 6chuIH time the meilmum Iwttrht and .... three rUM un four hUe In the -FOURTH GENERATION' JEWt1USSINCE 1111".

printed an editorial headed the ecumenical council. credited. 1t11. bating .the effect tiC Iw.t.4. feutth to go out In grant the Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons
shade *ata.
d4"11" .plawke. .f the i>ewaeetnnl
LOCATIONCamp I. the 4 font l>.f,,t. she. stadium to roll *wu. R.gisiev.d"' J..I".
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The Florida Catholic, Friday May 8. 1M' r an Professors foldReligious

Cardinal predicts much freedom basedon

post council activityOMAHA respect for truthASSISI

(NC-The period following the Second Vat.
"Is the Church's fresh attempt to develop .
lean Council will be a time of enormous activity in which +
+ tie a theology of religious freedom a diplomatic con.
all people can take part, Paul Cardinal Marella, Archpriest -
cession to the modern world or is it simply respect: for
of St. Peter's basilica, said at Creighton Universityhere.
the truth?
The vonclliar This question was posed by Giacomo Cardinal Lercaro
punt- period he }o'or the courageous and

explained I In a lecture on unselfish man, the man of before 300 university professors and the way He will." ht

.\!>tll 2(1( will see the applita- noble principle., the man here recently. added.

ton of the directive of who would rather challenge I'
many meet The Archbishop of Bologna Moreover, an Individual

the (council Thl'"e11I be : than evade them, thlll"ondrrous answered his mn quewtlon. man or community never has

evident in canon law reform age is a very good "It U respect| for the truth the monopoly on truth; it Is

+td In theological liturgical time to I* alive /rii.; 11 and for the human way of necessary that there should

>!ml ecumenical change "But. tie said "the Christian .. approaching tt in view of a I* a dialogue, a common effort

'ttlPlt greater good to be defendedand for evergrowingknowledge
-- - - an
1'iepaie. jotitoflven alwa)* who .is to meet the challenge -
promoted he said. of truth."
Ixller fur the gland mUnlim of this age must be a Maitland children schoolFirst
view new The Cardinal' speech high. Father Haerlng declared
(II) |pruPr, |>rname, the perMIIIH completely educated man
lighted a three-day meeting himself the
against Imposition
exeitlne. of ('hrUllanvlitu fortified with knowledge and of Maitland's St ited $187,500 In' towards Cembeckl. Paul Klein Llsbeth(
graders pledges a Wit. (April 2126) on "The Church of the Gospel by violence.

and by C'lIn..lant" rxMtiiple Mom. Mary Magdalen parish have gottena $200,000 goal. Pictured from left ney Kathleen Ferro, Jill Jaeb and Liberty. "Every temporary and

( Martha of n Milnlly kalil. JU", C rIliial Cardinal Marella came to preview of the new school to be with Father Hubert J. Reason of Charles Sapp and Robert Gibbs. The closing speech was tra n"ltory gain I achieved

the United Slate a* the irptenentatlve built for their use in the near fu the Maitland parish are : Maureen pivea by Father Bernard through external 1 force U a

Only after the council" he of Pope Paul VI ture. Men of the parish have solicVATICAN' Malatesta Bradley Creson, Jay llaering C.SS.R., an expert of loss from the point of view

continued "can the Bishops to the New York World's fair, the Vatican council and pro- of the good tidings. \Vt diminish .

pastors, Religious and Priests lessor at the Redemptorlit the witness we bear

under the guidance of their critics Sharing our treasure theological Institute In Rome the Gospel if we ask the mate

Ordinaries put into practice Pope warns against Ordinal Lercaro aid: fur any discrimination againstthose

the spirit of the council Thin who di> not jet adhere
will be done In "The ft hoi* solid I I. Hitnei "
a practical Blind convert founds loan to our Faith
manner- In preaching, catechetical impeding curia >. to a motherly effort of
Instruction In public papacy, the (hurrti to offer change.I The Chuit. 'h',* reason forfuMerlng

and nodal life family and library 'guiding'sightless I Je... truth. to this new rellgiout liberty, heaverted.

personal life"' CITY (NC)-Pope Paul VI has urged the "HleMned' h he who I li not world ,In an .nderManilaMe, l l's its faith "In the

Cardinal scandalized In me" and the YOU want to hare "" up-to-date, pleating lanxnaKe. attractive forre of rhailty.
Marella, who re-' faithful to love the Church and the papacy and cautioned It I yourh .
reived an honorary doctorateof them Pope added "The history. of >"ljr Faith with a church. ,"".- The council Wr. bora and lu. Among the dangers to religious !
against "almost passionately looking for faults. the Church make us meditate ", hllorr I. Unfolding' U the
law' from Creighton, WAIl I Jew friend or neighbor, you \, liberty he cited indif

awarded a similar degree In his usual Wednesday In the Church and In the no- on then: words ." will 'lind that one of the aim Father climate and among the demand ference a* the greatest

three later Curia (the lluws admin- methods, of kindling his of this' effort.
day at the Col. plea
audience SI.mdn
on April 29! in lie said that "a IOn of the Another peat danger he
loge of St. Thomas in St Paul. ittratlve. council), formulating Inte.4 U to do Nome little John .\.
Peters Jill!111 t8. thr.ope| {[ Church who hall a true un- He described! the modern aid, lie in "the I Pessimism of
He told the convocation criticisms, whkh are not ei act fir kindness for him. This
stressed the comfort which demtandlng of the Church and 11'Brientru.trd .i growth of Catholic theologyin Many Catholic who see only
there' that the world II I living ways calm| and at times not who pays It the tribute of true M the key that opens more these term: the Church rink. and danger and don'tlook
in a time "which future hitorlan *- the prenetu of 10 many objective" he arid hew in t than a whole volume
at the wonder Cod Itcontinually
charity will find a* Christforecast premises are "constant" but
will thousand of Catholics of rfItrait: and I
describea arguments
probably from
Pope" Paul milled 'that Je.sea the IleJUI'e of beati they have developed "aciord- working"
one of the great dynamic all over the world' gave him cure raid' tude." yllogimiM. Like. water that ing to the prexauies of newcircuimtanteti"
periods' of history" head fall off a duck's back, these her In the loving rare
a* of the Church. Ht
frequently come in one ear of the Urlu..d1'1'| |' John. ORLANDOWINTER
Reraa of thin. h.. went on, laid their loyalty "I 11 our joy He likened this develop
and out the other
the need for moral )leadership' our hope amid many appiehennloiM IMMILT tall tier h.fort "I became convince that ment of constant principlesto PARK

l e<'nrnea moia j>re'''''lnj eteijrjear many need and Legion of decency.ull.' ". c..r.. ntm. Hut klnilnr' open not only Mary ill closer\ to GIN than "bud which tilleR into
pled l BMW.Hx un...,".,...".bl. of the other Mint and
many sorrows which M you In lh. Ilir lirait l hut alwl| the mind' any )leave and flower under thewarmth
5ubn.h.d wund
may well believe" make our rates new movies'r.:;:, oI .u 1 aa.nth. and Iliui rn.ililitlie truth tu soon I found it any to pray of the 1I pi'ing aun" WALTER: .MtlNGKSClothier :

apoMtollc ervlie .o grave." INVtL ll enter I the tlladri of the human to her in my own wotdx. In. Father Hderlng took a diffeient To MenThe

ORLANDO Citing the example of St. Morally unobjectionable for general patronage Mltll. deed l I found myself turning tatk. The Church he Flnrnt I.I"n'; WeariNI
often her
to a* Our Lady of
AI........... Tha U,..l Int..Km Uunit.l Seminar HnlMay Mid, cannot allow discussion
WINTER PARKSERVICE ('athe'iue of Phew wln... Anail In a Tail It. Mail Mad )1.... Nwlncl' MclUrii. Th. This i II shown In the tun- Carl! C'ounacl and Comforter : \. olttsGF.ItF.Arturo : :.

feast day" sass to \be celebrated, A-l,nniant (Jul., Mail Ward. "...... In .Ih. 51,4.sore. .. "pr,1I./n of 1.r1111 A. May- uf the Afflicted. nn the absolute value of its From tit. James
the following the laiMtoi llral Taraan Tkr. wed uf Tauntoii Maaititchu' dogiiM! "but it ill ncieiwtjiyto
day ,
| May Who Caufbt AdVMluri .h.I..... "During the y.wr uf Instruction
rated her lose for Pupa and a (..ob lw ., tha Ui.l... TM>...|. Million.t* Betts, who *.rvt>d for four I perceived l that the make a fresh effort in

Church Rraaa Haiti Ull.. of Ih. H.ld Thl. nf nathd.Al'aptal.11451.4 year a* a minister To pre.pare (atholrc Church wa foumtalby every generation to acquire a
MrUnlMk Thr.* Ml..... <)oaplur deep and living know ledge of J.
That i aiMul,. MUM tl,. P.r.d. ArmiM Ih* ..rH for admittance to Cor ('hrist who conferred upon
'Th Church and the, paMy ,,,,,... these dogma"' & Sonsnr..4
,'nalryumlwa.d c' in a IWM, Th. don Theological' College, ll".. it the authority to teach all
aixt '.111'_ Hind. ..
]I" inn Joust love one )Mlaitvat ft Thom.Mna
i! another ht Catherine a",1I1I In th. :Merlin J....... Th'. Tl.'klWi Atlm\t\ A ton. Merrill WM attending the n Ie Uon., He proml I to I be The Church Mss not havea .hIP..rt
& teaches c'h.lr.. A Mares at the Uallup Traiinr Perkins School for the Blind.le with It all day4 and appointed monopoly on a 1the\ right 0' '..'r Yn11 .... tn.uhl., .
u* this. even if they (the ,...mi M.h.r. Th. Mr .nn. Its ll.ro T.. liufMr OA\ats: 11114"01111'" ;
Church and! the ) lvrllnl KMI, I.*r..n.. JI tf'clulrrdolunt..r| reader Peter the chief of the Ap n- solutions. as it may haveeemed
SALES papacy < 1r.t Kl. .....hl' Mkkl.' \\ lid lay >..._n. and secured one' Anita tlea to govern it. The auccel'ws. at time"' he declared.
I by human Infirmity, I* \.nu. ot the K.rlh t'....11..10'. '* Tfllerln. from the "To recognize the goal! that
Catholic uf Peter form the
The of fallhfulnea Want That On. Man War >.*<.. t. th. Rmtoiaria .
S tenltmiHiy ......-.... p4.4 t'\..., lOt ...", .U. of II'. ... Guild for the lllitvd. line of pontiff, stretching. h! In other i I. neither diplomacy BILL BARDOE
and ( hailty then will bet ..... ..
a a nr Aap t 1'\ lOt Tortugft W h. the v'lorti ecumenical
.ster, and OaiharlHC lit kaat. r<,r|>la Hill. ..".... ?"After a couple of ...IIIittoJI.,* clt!>Wn to the present clay I nor technique FORD FACTORY DEALER
mire inteUlgpnt
Sales 5rt ..11.... UM ,. IWm 0.... .< ih. Pt..,.* m..... 'u>i>.ai.U .. >. ,. (,Ut.iil I M.rrlll4lwe: a>'l tu accept .*rid 1ov..>..Jnu... I aottpt It U rather the necessary
Hotpoint UKrtf mae hue",ua.'Thin ............. Mre N44.,., .T". .... 1__, 4 ,..I iii c I .'hut ',.llal U.n.'I art- aod.lova ,lll Churth. duration of the holy BplrU.v SAVE ON YOUR
lll* I I. j.-rhapn'' ) the' I Je*. W.a ., II..."... RMan wna4.rlullIintl. q fitted that I knew practl- "I was Utptit-Ml' condl.tlmiall ho vtuikr Htiert lie will NEW CAR DEAL

sun, whkh nwny nuxlern' .. sad Ih. 11...._ cad th. Tank la V !.. Vam. A tally nothing/ aU>ut the reli- >, rMlve l our KtuhaiiHtta. -
l'. ril Hnnian Ten !. Ova >.
| > Nla U'i *a ( I* Mlnvr4
w !tat > -t call themMflvrw Catholic t............. II.."... II..t".. a lad' T_. ..01 ,... glen of my father. a baptisedlalholkc .' Lord and waa. confirms lumplein Pet imlrvl ra.
Ia.r..lbe Mr, 11... ....11. "'..... !_... ..1...,. TM
Intint a.. they lIlt and alniumtMM rert. Th. 110.. .f (........ Hlna4Morally from the .Faith we did nut log to how my
MAJOR | .liMiHtely looking for fault unobjectionable for aoVIti end adoleicenttA dare ak him al'*>ut It. So I Gad I fur Ilea great grace, I t.. "fl- ...... 114. "
cake) Mi IVIIerln ftiundofl the Catholli 1..II.rLJw.r /b Charles
It she in 't1110.... B.. fo. .... IM
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111 .II. Wcy "_. Purr of Pmw.al.r.. est.. t.-. 1'1 I... to nle me a goal ... UfT.l, which sends out
lcrmilcs'VOl't i ( I AHMMMI* W Itom Kr' Maln) of Un ks talk wrturw Grad
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ELECTRICPhone r... HM sad ..... arse M TNc.P.t. 1M rv ry Muwday n rnuMii tape' lending aerviie
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644.8561 rcar'ro\lild iui flit a tt..imm H..a..aiiia.T. Th. ...... HMI.R4rnln1 the blind.* M..rnb*, New Yrk Stock Eichangr!
...... ..,.. .... rrMil Cllr exert rely Ui" Bari m.. fatrchUm. and
call -- t I M. h..... NUN .* .*. Ara aalar. TII. had at length from the HIMe./ arW ether prm 'pal atjian' ti
Anytime wacw r.etn. N.aaac. KI .1 II. ra '-' d 1.M '
I I, .:.. wa.. totint = ,.::. This MirtM l NM a* I CORNER
a' ......10# ........... laCrsaf ........ Ar5M iftowfrtK that Catholic did Children'sClothes CENTRAL I MAGNOLIA PHONE GA 27IIIORUXDO'I
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The Florida fttholfo, Friday, May 8, 1WJ4

is hour of the laity Poles laudedfor

Holy Father explains seekingfreedom

........ ...
K ,.,. II to a knowledge of good and the conscience of the workIng -

lay teachers with their own evil class." l'IIICAGOCPo.tm..s.

ponslbllltles of examination Pope Paul concluded by ter General John A. Gronou-

discussion and decision Therefore, be mat b. underlining the need of adequate lilt told a rally of Polish

regarding the various tasks won all the aooaer to the spiritual training for \merlcans here that the United

which are part of the program race e of lord and the more members of Catholic Action States Is not hesitant "In

of its activities"Naturally h* seed to be laimanlied and ecclesiastical assistantsand reaching out our hand In en-

the decisions agalBmt varloD "lIIpt..llolI'and the need for harmony and :ouratement" to a more independent -
will be approved at least implicitly the threats of evil/ unified cooperation betweenthe t"e-J Poland.
by competent ecclesiastical various branches of Catholic el 4
Cronouskl, first Americanif
authority which II The Pope also emphasizedthe Action.
to In
Polish descent serve
represented In the eiecutlte need for establishing stir
bodies and In the ....ocl.tionlby dent and professional associations (he U. So cabinet will be
fold n. John.Ion' -
Farmers President Lyndon
a Priest who will act not since "this will bene--
as a director, but as an assessor fit Catholic Action Itself and personal
the Poinan fair in Poland
or consultant" other apostolic associations by Pontiff
next month. The rally was
which need leaders who are
Pope Paul revl'the preceded. by a Mass( In a Cath-

history of Argentina's Catholic intellectually prepared and to love land -- ,lie church.
who In the exercise of their
Action movement and
functions add the prestige of s ..sling at the ITJrd aanler -
Missa Recitata |
stressed the need for preparatory Rm..: C\C) Pop Paul Congregation joins
knowledge to religious and .ary .( Polish. eo..tlt tkin
sections In the various VI has urged farmers to stick
branches of the movement to moral virtues." by the land. Men and women from *:j over using special card (above), at the In furthering the spread of the day before an outdoor crowd

train young people to be effective The Pontiff said that members lie said that although farming the Diocese met in St. Augustinelast outdoor Maia at the Mission of unique history of this America's In ('hkaKo'n llamhoMt derUre4 Park
members He said: of Catholic Action hate may pay less today than Sunday to attend the Ma s for Nombre de Dioa. Archbishop Joseph Oldest Mission. es May*.,h X. spark of freedomha

"Nowadays, when the easy; the specific! tasks of cooperating other work, the lot of farmers the St. Augustine Foo-j.tlon. P. Hurley celebrated the Maaa thai never been extinguished'
and manifold means of communication in religious instruction will improve.Among It Interested
They gave the l't"ronM1l IP Latin at midday. The group In the Polish people, ae.4balled
the membersof
and Information and In spreading Catholic 13,000 ------ .
that nallnit's, Independent
art coming within the reachof culture. They mutt also the Farmers' National Congress
all and also penetrate In. defend the rights of the Christian listening to the Pope Pope Paul speaks Commoncomont course In recent yeara."A .

creasingly Into every environment conscience, of the family were the late Pope John hold St. Loo i Poland, both domes.ttrally .
the young person matures and of the Church and presene XXIlI's brothers Za\erlo and at \ and In foreign policy

very early in relation public moral. in mass Giuseppe non callI. and severalof Labor union members told "T. I.VO-St.: l*., CoHere pursues a more Independentcourse

media and entertainment by his nephews. The congresshas baccalaureate ceremonies were. of action as It takes.
Instilling a Christian spirit in been meeting In Rome more account of Its own national -
whole of life. held)! Sunday. April M. The needsof
the political of life's sacred goals \ Interest and the
baccalaureate MM Wit ItS
Tbe Pope said: Its people, at It gives evidence
Pope Paul also pointed out In the abbey churrhFather
PARK that Catholic Action has no "It Is necessary to love the VATICAN Cm (NO-T' \pe Paul VI has told thou. lees and which. make a tan. W. Thorns Larkin of Its desire we for are better not
..... relations
real was, a *.rol,
Immediate economic or trade land, this land to which your sands of Catholic labor union members her &that although a pastor .f fhrUt the King hesitant( In reaching out our
The C''ksrch
tree *
unionist alms. toll and Interests are of life it is related to ma Church, Jacksonville, gave the "
your "work la not the final goal closely yew this Ira. sad e..M* hand In .ntoura,..m"t. he
But he .Mid It* mrmbrrtkhoald tied, this land which demandsso it." serimm. ..
flits ...... Iralalng If lot
"S l It With. Rowtfl"
'y seek to spread thebirth's much work and watchfulness The Pope offered Mass on May 1 in St. Peter's basilicafor '.....1. al Its .t...." The grato itan and awsr COLLEGE PARK ( teaching OB eoclalproblems this land which gives to about 10,000 members of the Italian Association of was at the Mclimultl8iu.Jent \

FLORIST a* found !la the two everybody the food needed Christian Worker (ACU) and spoke to them about theChurch's The Church the lope con Center en April 34 ST. AUGUSTINE

FLOW*** a! WIICIII great enryrlirale of tbe "late for life,this land which youth work Unued. also 'regards It as Us at 7 pm.

H....., .OA .S'Mil Pope Job .XXIII- Paren la! nowadays la leaving in searchof teaching on in the Christian under duty and right to offer to you (tinrrsene ftw-nt ex.rcl...
Orl... fttu OA .. Terrts and Mater et MagUtra. more profitable work of and worker ..'ding of work., we (the Christian" workers, and to all were at the McDnnsM Center

easier fortune, of freer and Pope Paul said.: I'urchs) Mthe door. You the vast and varied ranks of on April :II) at 0ik) a m. Hi>..k..
The Pope said that promulgating more modern ways. "Thone who make work the V. rkers have the key to enter your coworkers, wwnU that father Michael V

social laws is notenough "Today your acthltles are goal of life end by beheading the world of the spirit offs we may
5 / % "to stop workers who, not fashionable with every'body. man. by chaining him always rarvHt 1

seeking to defend their rights, Sometimes you are Uneasy more clonely to that earth w' uh ghee Ufe Us meaning.Uixmiy "The Church km. wi. that at AuguetliMMCDONALD'S. !
associations which endanger from which a man's work
join with others who hate and deitlfty this Moment new dlMtrulUhave
INTEREST the integrity of their detected the fields Today should unchain him by making tnr other, week Is the ah..Mi In the ..'aftOlftk'tho

Christian Faith." Instead he you feel mortified at seeing him the muter of It" Introduction' to the kingdom. ....-UI fl. >U, that all ail

uld. "one must promote the your work bring less reman- As the Pope spoke, thousands of matter ft* you ('hetolana.It f.r from them and that nnts
CATHOLICChurchHospital assistance the education andGarYs oration than factory workersor of members of the communist ts the Initiation into the few among our ranks suffer

office workers. Today you labor union were h,*'ier life of the oul" from s lack of .bread. ul f ftM STORE
labor under economic difficulties gathered across Rome In the I'l "'|" I'aul MM that thei 1 basic neeeaaltlee .f life DRUG ?

Duck Inn and under the burdenof square facing St John La- ( i 'Utlan conception ef work and of the IntttapviuafeJe- so Budgeting

School on'. ISA T.UL P05 iCI duties and debts. reran the Pontiffs cathedral leech to a concrete programof C'Irt01 their' material and 47 StreetST.
senses. seas-non AiD But be confident Things They were observing the action, and a tdMl moral condition King Uto Our Low COlt

aour slip. Astwusae will have to Improve for you communist labor day which "You want from \&&. SillS. Paul natal l that ACI.m AUGUSTINEVA
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, :May 8, lf!) l Professors foldReligious

Cardinal predicts much freedom basedon

post* council activityOMAHA respect for truth

: (NC)-The period following the Second Vat-

lean Council will be a time of enormous activity in whichall A ( J ..+ Ifs. T! ASSISI (NC)-"Is the Church's fresh attempt to develop

a theology of religious freedom a diplomatic con
people can take part, Paul Cardinal Marella, Arch-
cession to the modern world or is it simply respect for
priest of St. Peter's basilica, said at Creighton University
here : the truth

f This question was posed by Giacomo Cardinal Lercaro
The rxjot-conclllar period he "Kor the courageous and

explained In a lecture on unHelfUh man the man of -' before 300 university pro and the way He wilU," he

.\inll 2ii will we the appllca- noble principles the man fessors here recently. added.

t:mi of the many directive of who would rather meet challenge The Archbishop of Bologna Moreover, an I Individualman

the council These will be than evade them this answered his own question."It or community never has

evident in canon law reform woiiderous age Is a very good la respect| for the truth the monopoly on truth; it Is

id In theological liturgical time to he alive."But" and for the human way of netetfaary that there should

.:ml ecumenical change. approaching it, in view of a be a dialogue a common effort
he said "the Chris-
___--.... ...-t......"", .. -_ .1'" greater' good to be! defendedand for an ever.grow ing
Tirpjie ) {>ui' rhr. .Iw/I)" tlan who la to meet the challenge
promoted," he said. of truth."
better for I IIP grand nil."lon of this age must be a Maitland children schoolFirst knowledge
view new The Ordinal' speech: highlighted Father llaerlng declared
by nurr, frnunit, the prrM.n completely educated man
a three-day meeting himself against the imposition
l rxritli of ('hrMUath fortified"with knowledge and graders of Maitland' St lied $187,500 In pledges towards a Gembeckl Paul Klein Lisbeth Wit- (April 2126) on The Church of the Gospel by violence
Iu* and by con"l..nt et.ample wl dom.
Mary Magdalen parish have gottena $200,000 goal. Pictured from left ney, Kathleen Ferro, Jill Jaeb, and Liberty." "Every temporary and
of life Car.:
dlnul :MairlU a uilnlly said. Cardinal Marella fame to preview of the new school to be with Father Hubert J. Reason of Charles Sapp and Robert Gibbs. The closing speech was traiwUtory gala achieved

the United States ag the ref| built for their use in the near fu. the Maitland parish are: Maureen jrUen by bather Bernard through external force U a

Only after the council" he resentathe of Pope I'aul VI ture. Men of the parish have solic- Malatesta, Bradley Creson Jay Haerlng C.SS.R., an expert of loss from the point of view

continued "can the Bishop to the New York World's hair th Vatican council and professor of the good tidings. We diminish .

pastors, Religious and Priest at the RedemptorKt the witness we bear

under the guidance of their critics Sharing our treasure theological institute in Home. the Gospel if we ask the state

Ordinaries put Into practice Pope warns against Cardinal Lercaro said;: for any discrimination against

the spirit of the council. This those who do not jet adhere
will be done in "The whole would I U wll!< "
a practical Blind convert founds loan to our Faith.
manner- In preaching catechetical impeding curia area to a motherly effort of

Instruction, In pub. papacy, the Church to offer i-hangr The (rhuiih' reason forfuMrrlng

lie and nodal life, family and library 'guiding'sightless Je.. truth. to thin new relict.u. .liberty.. he

personal life" VATICAN' CITV (NC)-Pope Paul VI has urged the "Bleitted li he who Is not world In an ..uodrrnlandaMr *.....mr4 la Its faith "In the

Cardinal Marella. who rereived faithful to love the Church and the papacy and cautioned scandalhred In me." and the .IFOU want to share your .. ., up-to-dalr, pleasing I."....... attractive lone of rhdulty"Among

an honorary doctorate them "almost Pope added: "The history of Faith with a church' *A' The council was born and Its the dangers to religious .
against passionately looking for faults. the Church makes history In unfolding In the
of laws from Crelghton! was us meditate IMS friend or neighbor, youwill liberty he cited indifference

awarded a similar degree In hit Usual Wednexday. In the Church and In the Ho on these words ." find that one of the aim. Father climate and among the de a* the greatest.

three days later at the College audience on April 29: in St.Peter's man Curia. (the 1'ojw adminiKtrathe / lie Mid that "a son of theChurch plea methods of kindling his wand* of thl, effort." Another great danger he

of Thomas In I counc\Jlo'multltlnll\ ) f..t U to do little John .\.
St St. 1'auL Intt'l some
aid lies in the of
basilica, the Poi| who has a true undemanding t. He described! the modern jteiislmUm
He told the convocation\ criticism which are not always act ...f kindness fur him. This who
stressed the comfort whkh of the Church and O'Urlrnlialril growth of Catholic theologyIn Many Catholic nee only
there that the world Is living calm: and at tImee not It the key that mini| more risks and dangers and don'tlook
who pays It the tribute of true these terms! : the Church'ipremise
In a time "which future historians the presence of so many objective," he said. tHoal't' than a whole volumeof at the wonder God is
charity will find, a will describeas thousands. of Catholics from .it*tract arguments and
Pope foul irtullrrf Hint Jr. forecast the Houiie of IJc.atl.tu they have developed "accord- continually working"

one of the great dynamic all over the world gave him su.* Olive said: .." ylloKUin Like water that ing to the pressures of new
of fallx off a duck's back, these her tn the luring rare
period history as head of the Church J He circuimtancen"
frequently come In one ear uf the llrlovrd AMmtle| John. ORLANDOWINTER
Rraa nf this, he went" on, said their loyalty "is our joy, and out the other II. likened this develop.
the aced for moral our hope amid "I became convince that ment of
leadership many appielienslons < "'SUT THIS. LIST t"uc. constant principles PARKS

.heiomrs nune |>rr ang| every many need* '/'111m..ny Legion of decency-1.:,; ;; the SSSUJ2S. 'Km kn| <|nr... iiprnn not onlyHir Mary la closer to Coil! than to "bud which open into
,. .
?' of the other saints and
year sorrows which as you! limit, but alua liar mind any leaa",1 flow em under the
a publl.h.d In lb.u,4
may well believe make our rates new movies :. i ...h "r"MMorally : cud l thud rn.iltlrn HIP trulli t,, HOOD I found it easy to prayto warmth of the spring un." '.\ : MKNGKSlothlrr :

poHtolIc service "o gr ave." 1',., t tamer the iludrl' u( the hue hu in my own woid In. Father Marring took a dtffeient (' \ To :Hen

ORLANDO man ",111.) Bred I found myself turning/
Citing the example of St. unobjectionable for general' patronageAlaknum often to her Our of tack The Church he The Finest In Mrn'sVrsr
as Laity
Th.'Ir.rl ........." gu.rlt Suinintr HuMilar Mid, cannot allow dlscuMMun
( .th.III' of Slrna where This Is ihnwn In the :11\1 \. nR.t\GF.IVB.:
Umid Counsel and
WINTER PARKSERVICE Aii*.1 l In a Till Ilia Mail Mad clad' lI..h"III'.Id.l ... Th. Comforter ,.
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the following day the .| I.." lr.d Tartan Tbrr. nard of Taunton Maautchu. ihignMH "but it Is necessary
lope| guy Who Cauahi. A4vMlur i'k<'lt..... "During the year of Instruction
noted her Iou for Pope and a nor law of lha I...|... Ta..... Mllllimalr vetts, who served for four I perceived I that the to nuke a fresh effort In
Church ..... Utltl '''11.. ,,f th. >'lld 'Mo..., Hash.la4 years III a minister To pre- (atholle Church foundtilby every generation to acquire atkep
I' Herman J. Heidrich
Main ainillMista lloIttiira and living knowledge of
d That ftfiwyla. MUM Kit farad Around Ik, Wi.rU.| pare for admittance to (tote Christ\ who conferred upon
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was attending
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SERVICE ON ALL do not \llIIlrr"linll.11, ln"r..MI>l. J......,. C.... at lha *al..Ma tin\t. Tt>* (' At he had Irpewt" \ Cardinal CuxhliiRVl.h- LEWIS.conEXTERMINATING W. R",. MWlater
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luit'iit a. they are and alniootkir. pre, Tk* .... of ('.,,,.,, M|.MM| from the Faith, we iltd nut ing to .how my gratitude to CO. GardtaMtaiber I

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I The FlorMa Catholic, Friday, May 8, 1M4

This is hour of the laity Poles laudedfor

Holy Father explains seeking

(c......... ,... ".. tt. freedom
to a knowledge of good and the conscience of the workIng .

lay teachers with their' own evil class.

responsibility of examination Pope Paul concluded by CHICAGO (NO-POIItma:

discussion and decision "Therefore, be ra..t be underlining the need of adequate (ter' General John A. Cronouikl -

regarding the various tasks won all the _...r to the spiritual training for told a rally of Polish-

which are part of the program rau.e of good and the more members of Catholic Action \merlcans here that the United

of its activities"Naturally he need to be ImmialiH and ecclesiastical assistantsand ( States Is not hesitant "In

the decisions again! various temptation the need for harmony and n Beaching' out our hand In enura .

will be approved at least Implicitly and the threats of evil. unified t'OOllt'raUobetw..n :?: ement" to a more In

by competent ecclesiastical the various branches" of Catholic ependent Poland.

authority, which is The Pope also emphasized Action. CronousU. first American

represented in the executive: the need for establishing stu if Polish descent to serve In

bodies and in the associations dent and professional associations he U S. cabinet will be

by a Priest who will act not since this will benefit Farmers told President, Lyndon B. Johnson .

as a director' but as an assessor Catholic Action lUelf and s personal representative

or consultant" other apostolic associations by Pontiffto : /4IT to the Potnan Fair In Poland

Pope Paul reviewed the which need leaders who are nt month. The rally was'

history of Argentina' Catholic Intellectually' prepared and love land .. t oreceded' by a Mass In a Cath-

Action movement and who, in the exercise of their i.' .'+ ;jIt\. lie\ church.

stressed the need for preparatory functions knowledge, add to the religious prestige! and of KOMK (M') Pope Paul Conqreqation loins Missa Recitata speaking .t the ITlrd sanl-

sections in the various moral virtues. VI has urged farmers to stick
branches of the movement' to by the land Men and women from over using special cards (above), at the In furthering the spread of the day before .B eBlitnor crowd

train :young) people to be effective The Pontiff said that members He said that although farmIng the Dioceee met in St. AuusUne outdoor Mass at the Mission of unique history of thLi America's !I. ('hieago's HamhnMl Park

members. He said: of Catholic Action hate may pay less today than Joaeph Oldest Million .B :May 1, lron! "B.kl declared"
last Sunday to attend the VMS for Nombre da Dioa. Archbishop -
"Nowadays when the easy the specific tacks of cooperating other work, the lot of farmers that "t h. spark of freedom
and manifold the St Augustine PotManon.They P. Burley celebrated the Mass
means of
communication in religious instruction will Improve.' has never keen eillnfBl'hed"
and informationare and in spreading Catholic Among the 13,000 membersof gave the responses >" Utin. at midday. The group la Interested IB the Polish people, sad

coming within the reach culture They must also the Farmers' National Congress --- ---' balled that Mutton's," l Independent .

of all and also penetrate increasingly defend the rights of the Christian listening to the Pope Pope Paul speaks Commencement course ,IB recent year

Into every environment conscience, of the family were the late Pope John

the young person matures and of the Church and preserve XXIIl's brothers, Za\erlo and hold at St. Loo ",\. Poland both domestically

very early in relation public morals in mass Giuseppe Roncalll. and severalof and in foreign policy,

media and entertainment' by his nephews. The congresshas Labor union members told !HT. I.H: St Leo College pursues a more Independentcourse
U takes
of action a*
Instilling a Christian spirit In been' meeting' in Rome baccalaureate ceremonies were

ORLANDOWINTER the whole of political life. held Sunri..y. April M The more account' of Its own national
of life's sacred goalsVATICAN Interest and the needsof
Tb. Pope Mid: hrcalureate' Man wn ai .
Pope Paul also pointed out lit people, ai It gives evlifence
S In th* at.t..y church
PARK"Say that Catholic Action has no "It Is necessary to lose the CITY (NC)-P. p* Paul VI has told thou. sues IIB<| whit ...... a .... father pm W Thi ma. Ijirkln of Its desire for Niter

immediate economic or trade land this. land to which your sands of Catholic labor union members here that although a real l man, a .lr 'B( ..*.. afree pastel t f ChrM' the King relations. with us. we art not
unionist alms. ..... The C"'hureb In reaching out our
toll and your Interests are -work .U not the final goal of life It Is closely related to can. \. Jacksonville, gave the he
this ..4 ... In encouragement
gate UB* r hand
Bit he said Hi member tied this land which demands It." yin ..ftIIWI\.
It WItH Rower much work and watchfulness plrl human training If gnu 041 leI.
COLLEGE PARK should ChBrrb's seek to spread social the this land which gives to The Pop. offered Maaa on May 1 in St. Peter's basilica remalB al It. .1.l l.." The fr.du ilon and award -
teaching OB .
for about 10,000 members of the Italian Association of NMtquot was at the MclVnald
FLORIST problems an found IB Ike two everybody the food needed Christian Worker (ACU) ant spoke to them about the The Church, the IV|" con Student Center' Oft April 2tt ST. AUGUSTINE
for this land hlch
.late life, w youth
riOWKkl BT WISE great encyclics! of the llnueil. aUo" "regard It as It*
lit ra..wur-OA I-UTI Church's teaching on work at 7 gembmmem'.nnt -
is In
erI..d..r. OA III4INTEREST Pope John CXIII-Pacem IBTerrU 1 nth. Christian' under duty and right to offer to you
sad Mater et MagUtra. of more profitable work of and workers.Pope .. M.iing of work 111 (the Christian waken, and to all ( *ierciewere ->

easier fortune, of freer and Paul said: i 'urch* have the ikmr. You the vat and varied ranks of at the MclinnaM Center
The Pope said that promul more modern ways. Tho who nuke work the on April 3D at .P 3t) a m. !Hj peak.
ricers have the key to enter your workers, wvnt that
gating social I laws Is not Today your activities are goal of Uf. end by beheadingman *f' wss Father Michael, V
the worM of the spirit off Yo* may define as being of
51/4 enough "to step workers who, not fashionable with by chaining him always (Unnon I'h H.. dlrevlur of
% ''h and religious light *.*..! toM....L'
seeking' to defend their rights. Sometimes closely to that earth the Nombre de IN M IllirarvHI '
body. you are uneasy more w 1 uh JIU.\ Its meaning, Th Church kmra that at lr
Join associations which endanger AugualltM, i
with others who hare from which a nun's work tlnnitjr: and| decllny
the integrity of theirCbrwttan deserted the fields Todayyou should unchain him by making For cxhera, work .U the this monnl new dUflrultltt !f/
hau arisen In the econrxnlrend
Faith. Instead, he feel 1 mortified at seeing him the master of It.* kas5art
rurtuctlon to the kingdom.
..vftekk\ that all auf
said, "one must promote the your work bring I less remuneration As the Pope spoke, thousands or matter for you ChrMtana. MCDONALD'SDRUG
CATHOLICChurchHospital fee from them and that not
assistance', the education ..ndGary's
than factory workersor of members of the communist 1I' the Initiation Into theh a few, among our ranks nut

office workers. Today you labor union were life of the soul
fee from a lack of lead l. ..f
labor under economic difficulties gathered serous Rome In the "r Paul saul that the STORE
Duck Inn "l pe the t tunic iwo iUte. of life
and under the burdenof square facing St. John l.. (trutlan cnnrepk of work and nf the l""ittwnMMe| .. Budgeting?

. School cn.. ISA TBIAL ro* TBS duties and debts. train, the Pontiffs cathedral !...!. to a concrete: program' curtly of thkr material. and
. Finite BAPoon ADOAST "But be confident Things 11.r.. observing the of action, and 1rlflft. 47 King Street
mural rondlUon"
BONDS .M Bttr. A A AMtWMKBBr 4-IIII will\ have to Improve for you communist labor day, which "'You went from us asks. Use Our Low COlt
ul note.I that ACM
(tee I.. ... .L Tr.ll alto the Church has made a holy ft"ra religious words. moral IVM| P ST. AUGUSTINEVA Plan
: day by consecrating It to St well You want Itweatwrs fare a hard fight Checking
DANIEL WINTER CO. leadership as
"It I* you who provide the Jo. the Worker On the ore hand, he soul. 4.1687
A .*l rMrM. TkMtn ....... fe04 far ...'. ,.*.... eph ai" Infusion of energy In order '"th... la the controversy i ersafrgvarding .
1 /r,f..nb..e ...,... MSSMIA STEVENSRUGS HalllBg Rt Joseph a the |rt be C'OIlI.t.ntI h your your *<.ttii" Yew tee '**, a* ICC..

Craw. ......._......_... and CARPETS Inc. "You are the producers of "*.*.< d..rkeep.rh. Ideology U> b. Irll 01charwt. |Inter..;., emh4itrd by Hoc ,*.. r*ew4 ef yea ipenjIn .
the goods needed for life. You .,. .. .,. t- rJ* who can .
LINOLEUM-FLOOR TILE (led. Pope Paul ualic of the .
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FREE ESTIMATES represent the moat Virtuous MM .**kr* l 4ay will tI.dju.tlffrstls. give testimony to your hUh ......ac sllualloit. anil on 'Ih. ''t end "."1 !hip I.
errr.......... STATS..... 525 Perk South and stable of the classes of sM fre4.. ..1their eren If It I I. only. by your way
IIq *... Ave. other there are the ..tflO..I. l >; Ie49elt. wilt! cur
Ph. Ml ..4-7102 Winter ParlWATKiMJ society. Justice will be rendered wrk U Ike -,.... of living and speakingWell. differences which .."prai,. -
rr ; to you also in the progress 'pIe" fl"'I"t euwet
11. .IIrhtl
of society He said that !It. Joseph tells. h.M1ed MB you from lour
workers that Ihta U the way leech' rB alas! gl,,e !.. .,... I rrmawwtWIi. and eitrem to'c1t lent,

the Kingdom .e/ U hamper }.. "Ilk' B.*.'. ,....J
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delivering the speech,
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10 The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 8, 1961
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I Goals for Quadricentennial encompass entire Diocese

(ce..u.( ..a trtm ..!. It
the Diocese are now engaged '
In tiling the whole nation of P

the aprrOJl'hlnlrtOOth annl- JE Ii' r
\c nary, other early Florida
\ploratlnni! will be fittingly
irked hy:
S A monument to I toe erect
U at JJrmlenton to the eight t i
u jce,an Priests and four re )
lUoiiH Pile*!tll who landed eI
< Isle with the greet le Solo
,Nil of them subsequently| died, I h, y l
did tie Solo, in line of duty
III,tOile marker ahall he 1

acted at several rnlwion loi : ,
i lions along the great trails Jiit
.t the r'.ilth in Florida blazedy /
clioceMn and religious/
lie,K many of whom sac nf
Diced I:I their liven, .1 't
Proper commemorationill 1. -
be made for the three
"'ilesta who died 1 In line of I
I From Greater Jacksonville's
duty during the yellow fever t parishes
epidemic along the West
lOOlt of Florida. ; Closest to the table model of Jacksonville; John Priapi, Assumption view the model, included in the

future construction at the Missionof ; Mrs. Walter Droze, Holy background, John Delhi, Ed Bell,
The Foundation' member I Nombre de Dial In Emil Haut Leo T. Bowles Fred
--- --.. --- St. Augustineare Rosary: Mrs. Julian Warren, St. J. ,
|l'I."nt from all corner of these members of the St. Au. Paul, Jacksonville; Albert Zam- H. Baumer Tom Larkin, Stanley
I the IMcxfM ailed. to
.tell proudly were thus story of For St. Augustine Foundation gustine Foundation from Greater beth, Assumption; James T. Mona Norton, J. J. Heater Jr.. Dr W J.

(plane/ lo celebrate. the Quadi Jacksonville: from left, Paul V. han St. Paul, Jacksonville; John Phelan, John T. Coyle. Reese R
atressed the the
i(centennial. St Augustine welcomesita renponlibility Hurley' center way McHenry and F, J. Tassone, St Lanahan and Edwin B. Hartley, Bohn and Michael J Gagliano.
to proclaim iU primacy In Foundation would help commemoratethe Paul parish, Jacksonville Beach; Assumption. Others from Greater
Ont of the highlights will American next Jowph Quadricentennial in ,,1065. From
history Mayor
Fred S. Rizk
St Paul, Riverside, Jacksonville, waiting their turn to
It the extensive re tlon and redecoration of the told members of the St left chairman of the University of .
Augustine the --. -. -- -. .. ". -. -
Church which serve our entire Augustine Foundation at the dinner Florida's department of history, to ap. n iIe"; "V r ,

nd at Diocese the same aa IU time Cathedral aerveatmeriea'a meeting held at the Ponce de Leon plaud the Church's efforts to bring to .# f.1fM'fi' i 1A

oldest I)lrillh. Motor Lodge. Archbishop Joseph P. light the true early history of Florida, 1'.11"' '.. .

The Cathedral la the mo t"nerabl. was. .1.!.<. announced thai Intention MoiwlKnor John I'. Hurnx. la alno a member of the fit.AuRtiAtlne :; .
church in the land are In build a "Mem-' Cathedral pastor, attended the Foundation( com-
nd ghee back to the time of (nary lo ...n.Our 1l.xr"iinneed Mann and was a guest at the ml..llln
the writing of the United *. )foundation dinner. (r.lInl Father Michael V. Canndn,
States constitution For all the many friend of the Cathe- director of the Union, greeted .
ho know it and Ita beautifulilstory Thus noble caiiie will en- drill from all areas of the PICK the gueta on they arrived
it I U held In deep alI Hut the fervlcea of all the .
lave| rue, he enjoyed showing the at the historic: ilte for Mass,
'tlon.. pie, In work and prayer, to drawings delineating the enLtiHln and nan Inantmaster at din.
Priest and faithful are bring It to realization ", ( of the venerable.
ware that It haa been beved hurch. ner.In the absence of the art'hi- wv,
AnhbUhop I da ley Invlteithose
> by generatlona anti see Father. Henlln and father test, Eugene: F. I KennedyJr
( were In St Altitun-
from the colorful arrhltec' iMvId !Page Here rhaplalna Father Harmon rend for
tine Sunday to spread thniewmig ( Central Florida views Mission model I
turn) drawings that It will group
to the Archbishop at the Miavlitn the m..mhl'rI the anhlteit'an
of the Church'
.ihlne Iteuullfled.forth when K< ual renovatedind attention QtiMdrlrentennUI plans. Ifc'em- Manx; father Page of 0\\ description of the new From Central Florida parishes, orate the 1965: Quadricentennial' of Charles Tolar William P. Bunning,
) : iVirt Orange bull'lltiKH he designed
hat been paid! to the decuiatlv Ing thU a cause. which hu unciie Epiphany all the way from Orlando to Eau St Augustine. Boosters of the St William M. O'Brien, Mrs. Frank J.

aria in the extermlvtI | ..tloiiHl>le claim upon the Gallie, came these people who were Augustine Foundation are, from Cilento, Francis E. Pierce Sr., Miss
,.I those at Sund..)'. meet- loyalty. and liberality of ('sib- joined by the Mayor of St. Augustine the left, Francis E. Pierce Jr., G. Isabelle Gleason, Earl Fickett, A. A. I
ultra\ all asked to helpIn
I ig aces aiixured.In the work were of construction: 15651965tell in viewing, above, the model of Albert Shepp, John Hage, A, Ahberti and Frank J Cilento.

I the appeal for fund It aoon to "begin. construction planned to commem Brown, Mayor Joseph A. Shelley,

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These delightful stops will epic

CC..II....4 few M.. I) nw.ireneof religion lies at
double the pleasure of nil lh..Iof the v''gi i .un. he the bane of all rlv Dilation*, he
urged that many more 'Join
digued of the htmorUna ua-
your convention visit handa with the Pound.itlon.\ ual ikeptktmn.He .
l>r. John A llarrtaun, chair-\ ,
Sarasota. nun of the department of his . to u>rv at the t'nlverliy ctf Mend nl the MI. ,UU.lln*
Florida. fiidnmvllle. opened a r'i/lun.t..I1...n lo Ink pride !I.
Vint. i if hUtorlral Internet for the a SOUTH GATE the group| of about /80 men |lilt"..>* 'In hrlnflnf lo |light
and women representing all I the tree early hltlury' .fI -- -u -
parishes in the 111/1/....... Citing lurlda.Nullnn. .
SHOPPING PLAZA the expert1 ,..\\I.f that keen Local men study Mission constructionMembers I

the founding of St,
Loan to college of Cathedral parish at the Mission of Nombre de Dios. A. Dr,
Mayor Joseph Shelley, Raymond
antedjtlnc! more
Highway: 41. (1Seut61) a) Si.", Drive \Ufiutlne,
tMIIINr.TOX' | t'I-Th. jnihlk-lied. ) alien aurh M Plymouth have been invited to help promotethe Present from St. Augustine at the Cafaro, Donald Wehking, Joe
41. Mr nantt and Butn! 'u federal' hnuidnf and home and Jamestown was objectives of the St. Augustine Foundation meeting last Sundaywere Maronel. John Vemaggi, Dr. Frank

tablithmith. t. Serve You flnunc agency has approveda now having nil proper history Foundation for the proposed construct from left: Norbert Mren, LaRofia, Fred Pacettl, Tom Meehan, I
I.>.m ">f $.*"tam to Hi cayne narrated) for the first time, he Ion of the huge. cross and Harvey Lopez City' CommissionerJohn Donald Tully and Vincent Amato.
Open Ewnhsp; Until ':.00 P.M. C..II...., OMlccka.| Kin. In paid particular tribute' to the other' Quadricentennial monument Bailey, Irvine Dryidale,

help finance construction i a dormitory at the two \t'flr. (... .e. and predktH cctvllnunl

ST. ARMAND'S ohl AuxiMtlnUn college for mm Kathera.conductedby the ..Ullh) rrompltfhmenla annlverwry year.ffilje In. Pope Paul urges prayers for council I'r..t I

PRESCRIPTION SHOP _. raw .... 1) hi* t>..Mllflrale and the er.- founded on the natural' law* himself to the council eiperU,
(< tl'f liar Identity of the faith and mutual menk-al mlre. "Jtft1'JOn1 qualified by Virtue
ju charily which: was de- llelHrlM In the 'lijertf "
I 19 North Boulevard of Presidents aired by Cbrafor III i I The council U Horklitf to the ........11. the Pop. _.... and .wlndom and Mid "may
they, eonackma of their, du-
SARASOTA'S ORIGINAL RAW IARI Church." make the Church shine& before thai Ik. third a..ies U beliif
DRUGS COSMETICS tin, faithfully carry out their
all men ao that they prepared for .llk great HH-
BEACH SUPPLIES FILM I mile ie".K .f( Sti Kk"., feint Road *n So"t" Teal (U54IJ RtferriM I* It)* rosantl.rap. !!. iMy toe atlracte lo the mar 1"11.. mandate May they work for
"Y."1 (.*. *'"r s..d"! Past l .,..... all the' f.UItf.t ,. OM life of the M.cINIMndy 1M progress of the interestof
INFORMAL INEXPENSIVE I that 9. l hie l lime nf 4UI- He aM that the reduced tits!' council which are aupertor -
Free Delivery Phone 388.1575 of ChrtM." h* _w. To new.
Serving from I It I A. t.4. rW i 'U.21l' sent prep.rall.'ii, they srrem. ar""". thin, therefore, "velncralinty t and concentrated ache to individual I aims,
|>..., the' rmmmnii rflnrt "llk short' our mart mau wUI t. seat to the HISS with their exemplary live*.
their praier* ..<( <.l..urj' Maw for their with word and wrttlnct ao
tolovwt nisi.. of the" rl* .! ........,* ... that under the
its and th* "laity IbM ."'IN. of .. with an outta of the authority pf
IVp Paul recalled, his ptlgrlMMX their! own dlffnlty. they away prfirufcuf width wilt be tM swell rUelf, with their
tu the Holy' Land IMrhr.te theaaaehe. aunt their a to.*...i for ........t and rt <.rat"on they mar promote
...... approving the Individual and hasten the happy
I during which "h* pra).d that own proles to theat.a
all CVMaaiu may ,..l1ktpate6ft .. .....ll...... her one EweTh.,... CMitmm of tn* neat event IAal
the rtchwc vt divine .,... .nh of tlv* Klivftkim ofblurt'he ... 1"--. 1M '
On this, the occasion of our fiftieth year of serving the peopleof awl that -an* of our day .., a......
P. bmugM .mrM'tlNae| to a Without iwaatnr iwif>...
Florida, we extend a hearty Sarasota welcome to hater _-...... of led aaiadtil. Pop. Paul ...>....) kta *>ipatthj .. SARASOTABRADENTONGRIFFITHCLINE

COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC WOMEN of CMwt far M CManlle r.aVhnritaa
lw.... on'tift III ,he0 .... uiMktvWrf dtfiMrUniaarrjr .
Mad. d Je.ua tic. ..... rev nrvrnis. a tm
GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY YEAR .a..iI, that .,... "' .pr...... ,..-1.... pwtl 1ft &.** of the FUNERAL HOME
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This it a pretty ipeclat year for MONTGOMERY.ROBERTS.It's preach' le the ree,.apmltloalit < Chords k ...,....... AMIUlANCi SERVICE

our golden jubilee commemorating a half century of ua$1 fII ow Chrlatt.alr.ih.r. In 'turkey u... day IRAOENTON-7M U.. .., A... Wi
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service to the people of Florida and to ay "Thanl} You, ..,..,ac..' Real .... v>. aijaii. nmuil **ry wtOittrMrrnr

we are having tale you will not want to mitt! "'((1n tIIM MIM tsraYll.aohs. y r *u'. as' ..... ..asul
.. wttwtM-1, aatf tt,* .. .. ... ..... a then, FUNERAL HOME
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I for your home; your family u.. ...... key .salsas .M Lad e.p.el.lty wePty

savings during our great IM "ftDUr..eft.M -,. rat say .. tN I..r ate Service For 61 Yean
wale, wmh elwall0.al ..... aarex raw wed etch.
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Frid.y May 8, 1964 Convention Program

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ProgramMonday 34th annual conventionTuesday Sarasota Florida .

May 12

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May 11 welcome MAY .ha. %_uikr. "d Words. of'
Who is my neighbor? f .*"rly !la the f family. l l
k : .life.. (IrU..... !I. the. Hart...,
.1.. From HM Southwell"' Coast.. Deanery .
Neon 2 p.m. 'lord ." .hdUx-ri. '. Moe.a.anor >!. ... Monsignor

Reg'ttration', .t t Aiure, Tide Motel, Lido Beech, Saratota. John 1 I. Kitulttrru .
Business, .. .tettion.. .
j' Monsignor Charles L. Elslander/ h h..*.. \ dlrrx-lor''' of. .Ibe.. James B.
4 4:10:) p p.m. .4 Lido Beach Casino.; Ballroom, r.mlly. ... rare| It er r r..r. a HUre -

Diocetan<. board, of' director, meet.*, Aiure: Tide* MoteL V.F. Mr*. Schoebort pr.t, ding; with Mr*.. Joel Sayer,* Jr,. .ront r .ThU., le(IVlulwr".om. .>. of' .t the( IDftl..hu.rr .... CloonanBorn

6 6)0:) p,m.Luau Te .iu-p'"dtflt.' and" Mrs. Fr.d.fici! Schmidt: M
Sailor Circus, Show. .vice-pr t" .t pool F .
f frr.n... He w a..rrt.lr.dIn .. .
Invocation 1'If l ;) m.d.! h.... .br. .... a \19(3(
., |I...irl."'.li. .Ihl..l. ..l end a ..hol'|>"
Tuesday May 12 '/ Monsignor William J. Mullally, l 1.1. .U the l.H.,.. N uJ.
I Ill |It.4.dle. Murk _..
I : P.A. V.F. .done..... al "'.'lh llc l'.h.I' ..
Theme: t klljr 01( ,\\mn... 'li-.., \wa\ .K..
f From the last.. ffilietiont, Mt' "r.. Eltlender. Vic prtidnti, report* : 44, lnl'.., II r.. In ,the.. farad.
\ / or t m...trl<.ig,. aed Who/ is my neighbor? +j Mrs. Charles Ockelmann/ Mrt.. S S.yO": Orlando C.ntr,l d d..nor ry, | ear.N.INNNNNN.11.1.1. Wednesday
"'" <: ..' Mr"*. Schmidt: Southwest.. Cost do.nory 1 I Monsignor Knott ,
President, Southwest Coast. DCCW deanery C.d.ntiah! report J e ''lore
S:10 8:) ',m. "W' .. Mrs.* John K King; chairman,,,, i I May 13
Pontifical Mass in St.. Martha Church :' ::\ -
e .:i/,: :. Migr' ", MuH.. .ny
Celebrants: i I f ..q... ... Who is my neighbor?
New Board members
From tK* City ef' Sarasota S r '

Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley Y Bishop ElwellMonsignor Mayor Herschel Hayo NEWLY ELECTED<: board member' of the SU 1)0) em.Dialogue "" .

Bishop of St. AugustineSermon Who is my neighbor? tm l Diocesan) : Council of Catholic Mass
Women will be ratified at thU conxentiotu\ (). They'
Lcturt' by .were.. elected in their own deantrta. during.: 'spring.: Incarnation ChurchIn
by meetings.&: Joining&, the DCCW board are:
KetponteMrs. Dr. Peter/ Regan
memoriam: Monsignor Cloonan

Bishop Clarence E. Elwell Helen Swisher ',','" Head of the Department of Psychiatry at Orlando Central Deanery Intrntrons. ... 'for the deceated. membert. ", Ih. Dt-ot.- .."

Auxiliary Bishop of Cleveland of Florida Medical School ,.
the University Cownol
DCCW i board> director ))1 lrm Thro Amunjr\ \
Officer,* of' the M. nMontignor and Hospital, Gainesville. 81. Mare'> .) (',,'iliultc \\\umjn'\......... l Hub, lt
John P. McNulty.. V.G. ,. assistant..:. prUtt.", ;. Adders.*. MM..,,",*te\1 Health in Mam'g g ..'"*. \\UIIUm... Whllneybl. .
Father' W. Thomas' Larkm. deacon of honor,, ; I' Adoption of, convention .,rule....i.{ .' .... ? ..,. Julia \\Unnvy, Catholic.. ... >" em....nt* (tlub, .., .OtUndelr .. .. 'MS em.Irealfail"' .

Father William" ", J. Tratoor, ,, deacon .f honor. Mr,*. Elmer T lash,,. parCamenterlan, l lReading 1w, Question t. period d > ",.. Arthur\ I Knilrrt |.' ..
Father, Miguel.. Gerci'a, deacon. t elh.Uc.. .. U'..m..'. (tub. Coco heath< _______ ... Tide* Metef. .,\''ijM/?. ti?/*IAturI r

f Father frank, P. Goodman", ,tubdeacon. of, communication"" sir.... harry,., (..rlui.i.ht. ... M.,,'Ir 1" '.>

Father, Jams* F. Glo. I.,, matter, of ceremonie, : '\ Mill; Itabefle. U Gleaion, corresponding' ? .. rtt: Panel on VocationsFather (Ibnilr, I'arUb (.....nnrll (OiUndo.. .. .; \ 10 am."'-

10 ," .lytinett.:,. .. *et,.>:."
a.m. West Coast Deanery
.ftroaVfett., More, Tide* Mottl. Reading of' minute: Frank Mouch ))1..... llr lwr' .H..<.rr. ....i Udo Roach c..:'.... ,lalreem"

Mr,*. E. H. Cooper', rocorcl9: .tecretary, (tbrUI' the king (t.;.ild., Tampa.|>
10)0:) '.m. Modr.ter, .. Mr*. S Schoebert" pt.dittt':!d> >)1" 'lUgrr A..eryll.b rice ..t end .Mrs.., Charts. OcUlmenn,,, fe.*(*
Basins. s tott'on.. RatiTtcation. of' deanery prewdentt': end member' of' Sisters, of ,.t9io\l'\' con9'.9..io"' ( of' t.'lh'''lic "....., lake l \\\.1.\.. .. ..
.r. Sitter, M.r.e. terete, S S.S.J S St. P Paul... P.rilh P ,". J.deonvill.) wic.i prevdent.':
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Ike diecetan boad.lMrocIuctioll ..
Lido Beech, Cet'no. Ballroom., )Ir. )J.Iazp I. hp.ny. ,
( of, diocetan. committee' chaVmen- : and.. Field* .f Vocation: (bacrvdball' / c.O;..IW..., flnrlU Pub.. Invocation.:
N. S s.. A.< .
Nolan Sitter SchoUttice O.S.B S B Holy me Priory < oQueCtet
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member ef dieceun board.
)Mn., !Jilt.. Hill/
Themej .. ,,
for. Yocetien. Monsignor Elslandcr/
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ll.lf, raaillf' UoMaa'a G.IIJ, He. trlerebwe' l>i>i

.Report* of, officer, ; >lr..... 'fUrrjr.., lUIUy Vice pt.-ft.> ..>.d. t ,..peelsMrs. *

Who is my neighbor? The. pr*.idont: Mr*. ScKoeborf 00.9: pray. II........ .HMTMrl. .. .<"Mar, .. and.. HM. rf .Nwlet/. ./ ..I.." *. .Reyetl, .. St.. A..t. ... ;... 4eanery... ,, ,..

Otielmenni,' Se....K.tt. .. Coatt. d..e.ry...
The recording .lecreteryi' Mr*. Cooper, Father Arthur L. Mr* "" r ,
Dunnigan Southwest Coast
",...idi"9 Ta... Mia.. GleatonTW & .. Deanery ,.
corretpending tecretary; < ... ... Reed..;> )t.Ir. J J.mr l rbrr
Mrs. Joseph Schocbert' / ..twrorI Mr. TKad H. S; vdltort .Mr*. W. L H"'Phr.""' '
Oed... .ttl. ,
President of Diocesan Council TVe. pertamenterienj' ,; Mn. Taeh.. Mrm.. V.! IrwU Trrdre"
.:.pephaay. G.IM''''. "1r.tee -ft.*. Kiog
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Invocation: 7.10;) pm.D'lMM '\. .1... MwU ...tad.... "N'.r.**l CA .Mrs...,* 'log'''* IC-.,, tKaWme: *

Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan, *' St. Augustine Deanery Program,

Keyoot* addre, &Udo le.di Ceti'.:'.e.. ..i.m... .. .. #fere... l I., *e... ,
S.T.D. V.F. .Mrm... h Ail.. t .*. Co ei. "Tool* l l l..ty,
Naming .1. ,prerd.nfs, : < Il..4''. GviM. ..d. Ah.r. |--'I' Diocesan spiritual moderator F...'.., Du.i:9.a: H4.... Aea.( ...1.oMet ca..eVm:, *"i Mr*. Oereoee.. W;&.'...
Who is neighbor? .., ..
my Al ,mambo., .tlo, "''t g t. t.. .
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SAte'-' .to Flag Addret* .l.,4- .. -... _.. (";.H", T.-'' '' .

.Hymnt., .: Father Vincent E. Smith Monsignor John C. Knott MI../ I Jr... .Hreotva. ,F.h.,, L.rW
M. Teore jtotlUarir. .J.eb..vla.Me. .
Our", Lady, .f Good Cewntel. '/Assistant diocesan. spiritual moderator Director. Family Life Bureau Father W. Thomas Larkin S.TJ3.
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Amor:C. National Catholic Welfare Conference OtrM.. l'M klag. p.r.h.. .. ..1"11"' S-.-et.>..l "i..t.s.' .. .0.... t.A l :.+,*
Mrs. Anthony... Bank at t the .... 'bite poM... roai.ee& .
p.< noMr Clore,! Washington D.C. e*
ng, p..y.rl.ach.en" )Mr... Th._ *.._ .
,*. Margaret Grtggt" toto>.it Father Smith AddretM TV.\. Nat."t".,re of Worn.*,*," M. r*.re C...bWM.. "...... CoiU; J J.r1.lllr.,,,,,> .& Tko... 'fUW.' C.4M1.


St. Augustine Diocesan Council of Catholic Women

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Board to elect

new officersat M


SAKASOTA-Mr Joseph L. Schoebert of Eau Galli

i 1M presiding over the 3lth annual convention of the St.

Augustine Diocesan Council of Catholic Women this

month. She goes out of office as diocesan president and

will turn the gavel over to the new president during the

convention. The members of the DCCW's board of directors

elect the officers of the Council. >

I One of the diocesan vice-presidents will leave office

with Mrs. Schoebert, Mrs. Joel Sayers Jr., Daytona

Beach resident. Auditor Mrs W. E. Hum
Mrs. Chester Kazmlerczak phrey, Punedln.Life Dr. Peter F. ReganDr.

44P 1 of Iietand wo elected president Peter I'. Began a ...1..1.I.
of the Orlando Central
members low of the American Psychiatric -
Council of Catholic
Association and the
Women, succeeding Mrs gjyem Mrs. J. H Palmer, Gaines- Southern Psychiatric Association -

I ville. a diplomat of the American
t The spiritual moderators Mrs. George P. Coyle Jack- Board of Psychiatry and
and officers of the DCCW. for
I Neurology, and other profea.Tonal
the National
Iftfll. affiliated with
affllUllonis has bee
t Mrs. Joseph Schoebert Council of Catholic
professor and bead of the department
Women, are the following:
I Diocesan President ol psychiatry at the
1'1 U MCMim moderator: Monsignor committees rnlterolly of Florida Collegeof
-- ". Patrick R Nolan, Medicine since t.M. !.

i STI, V..'., Jackta.ni'' ills. Exhibit chairman: Mrs. Roger June he will become! vh-e

PROGRAMcontinued Assistant. diocesan mnderatni Kenney Lake Wales. presllent" for health affairs at

j : Father Vincent t:. Credential chairman' : Mrs. the State 1'nUert.ltjr of New

Smith, Orlando. John King. Temple Terrace. York at Huffttlo.

r ( ) Resolutions chairman: Miss

Deanerymoderators Idelle Murphy Tallahatwee.

.I Wednesday Mm. Milton Plumb
Orlando Central Monsignor! Mrs. K. II Oliver

William J. MulUlly P.A.. Mrs Frank SchctdellKXIIIIIIT
\'..F. Daytona Heath.Wewt .
May 13 (:oast Father ArthurI. :
.. iHinntgan Lake Wales. Mrs. Roger Kenney, chmn. rather

St. Augustine Father W. Mrs. Cyril Bedding Judge Jane. J.
? Thomas Larkin 8TI. Mrs.Clifford Mclntlrudg
Who is neighbor
my JaikMonvtlto. Mrs. Charles CalUhanulg) Ifeslis.
\ Southwest Coast tteaneryMtnuilKrtnr -
(CTuirle I.. Kinlander : .
Elmer: Taetx. chairmanMrs.
V,f. Saruw.ta.
1 1965 Quadricentennial Francis Iioylo
Miss Irene Kcanlon Father lleolla WM ordatnedU

Father James J. Heslin Diocesanofficers Mrs. Mark A. llellwlg Thnrle, Ireland Jose SI,

IKU: for the Daon.1 At.Aagnollae. .
President St. Foundation RESOLUTIONS! II* ,rei.>Me. over
Augustine 111'118" president: Mrs. Joseph Mrs. Itoilney Lake, advisor!
the pariah of Ht. Pal at Jacksseavllle
5U hoelwrt Eats: Gallic.ItliMexun ; MUs'Idelle+ Murphy chmn. Rrmftt and !. se -
A"IIO""c.me"t vlce presidents, : Mrs. James Brown
folly engaged U the l I.per.
CIor"9 Orlando Central IaneryMrs. Mrs Paul Downing last work of the BC AI)(..-
prsytfFstKof Joel Buyers, Jr., l>;aylona ties ......d..Io.. He to president
Larkin! llearh.Weol .
Final business of this Foundation nod
luf(.t I"ftct.o"A."t. Owns I"eanery: Mrs. will etpUlo to the womenwambled
Tides Frederick Schmidt, St. Pi The newly( retired members, the Importance of
tereliurg.8t .f the board J .! tU St. AujuCov *- Its work In ronnertloa with
AiiRUntlno. anery--Mrs.. cite D .cesaw .. the forthromlag tomb wan
Agular lie)*,*, St. Augustlne exc W.-- and the new,
Ht Augustine neil
ofrcers .( Hx DCCW to k. ternary
ProgramWho Southwest teat 1""l\4'r1 elected. by tbo. board M year

Mrs. Charles' Oikelmann.Swraooia. Wednesday- wit attend.. the.
is my neighbor? eseetinq i with new, .Ifours end
band rnembees,
Treasurer Mm Thd 8temlerwkl M the day
after the convention clot !..
1 II 1 JO p.m. OrUndot **
.. for tU.. DCCW t beard me_
Recording MrtK.
secretary -
Presidents'workshop ben depart for choir. lasso par.duo's .
II ('ta'per. Jarkminvlll
; they .iI tweet .. the.
Mrt. Frederick ScKmtdt: pr ,;idinM Corresponding crr-- Asur. Tides; headquarters Mehi -

.. Chatter KawJ.rcvalt, Dati.t: of .ffili.ti_ prswdesN .Ury..... -Mb* l.. ",. lle |K file*. ... Tlswsda y morning. May Father
HHU Ullte
Mr.. ""for S..I The ." 011."_ peesidost as a ParlUnienlarUiv. FInverTools : 14. TXo time for .... m..tisq FrankMonch
.leader wry bo given to board. moms
Englewcaal. .. beet during the. convontton.
Mr AquUr Ktyett C.rwwsfl.o cK.:'rm end program

....*. Charles Oc..W.nAI Rp.rt, and f>*anMO .

>.m. f
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1 The Chancery In Ht. Aerietin.
Sk! .. .bi- '
1 .
It provide for the ronvrn*
Ai..r. Not ocean front t. IUn ooo of Its Important

4.JO p."' speakers. Father Frank
M Unch. Father Moowb, whopreside
D:.c..." beard, me.Ksq

o.c..o.i of .,ftcDCCW ', .. over Mot Holy It.
', dresser parish .. Jark on
I pm. vile. U U charge of the vorolt -

tasguot .n program foe the IHtT
.....,4'....... 11. a.- spratfive
Cell.i .
lid. each l Vo m
,Nn of .lot ............d
MTV Soren, t..,t<..tt"Hy
tea king In see of |ho N_
bntellatiea .f .We.
I. whtrh then are
.. Mrt. J. w..., .* A..d.Archbishop..- too.4
loose men felling for the
IH..c-- of .... Augustine How

Add.... -. .. ordained at th* P.ot..

..... .. .A. ...A ... ,...... (' I lego Jo-epltlonm,
Hurley "."....1..*. 0410', .. Jnoo
Incarnation Church. Sarasota IftM.Tw .

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6 The Florid Catholic Friday, May 8, 1961

warns workers

against communism

VATICAN CITYXC( ) -Pope Paul VI warned more tag**. It Is not a defense of

than 30,000 farm and factory workers from the Naples social conditions which have

region against "disastrous ideologies" such as those become historically and logically I ( tr

based on class struggle and atheistic communism. outmoded. It II not an
The delivered impediment to a legitimateand e
Pope a 2000-word speech recently at an
outdoor audience held In the Vatian's Belvedere Court concrete dytumUm to

yard. The Pope said that working people today are undergoing Imply transform a showy society.or propagandistic It 1 I. not- ,

a great evolution and their lives and prospect hue gesture"Instead rf A" / j

been changed greatly in recent the Pope laid, the ,
pi..'.r. sad vice .* a freeprogram )
years.This Church' statement on social ..
v( life, and the Ilkr.arc .
evolution can work to problems spring from concern
erroBFon Ideologle they
their food or to their detrl- for the worker and are an
are Meologlra.
ement, he said and urged Intelligent and loyal effortof y

them to concentrate on the They can be disastrous, the Church, in cooperation

development of mature social particularly for the working Kith your free and legitimate

progress. Speaking about a person who seek a sufficient SMioclatlon and with come'

major problem faced In Italy measure of economic' means tent civil and political authorities I

today-a nation In which on* of dignity and of personal to gUt society the Jus .
\ ... t, :
out of every four vote In the liberty, of social and International tice. order and peace of which ,. ., '" I. .--r.",,,' t. ",' "',. .:);.,.r.
.' .':..." '
last national election was peace. Open your eyes you art first to feel the desire .'.; q A)14 \ 'f/'!
cast for the t'Ommunblt-th. and see the event of the and the need. j

Pope urged hi listener time
to present which show .
I'"|.. rid l urged his li....< .
think thing out well"Here scientific weakness, social in.consistency _... ;! v ,tJI .' A.
we touch on one of and the political era to be p.,.IU" rather lhjrgallte __ ...1II,. f... ... J
U rrUtloB to IKK'1,1 I ... .. -'
the nerve centers of the social danger of doctrine which
development of our people, of hate been turned Into powerful
Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Augustine invest I
our beloved hard working entitle and which are *Re builder of the new postulantsTaking

Italian p.opl.Th.. Pop rising to claim leadership of world for which technical and
then liked a series of questions the world of labor. scientific progress prepare part In the Investiture of the St... beth Anne \Vorley St. Paul pariah. Jackson. Melbourne; Slater Mary Loyola, St Charles

: The Pope spoke of Ideological u*. That It to say Instead of ten of St. Joseph of St. Augustine, May 1, villa; hits Storm Wood foro. St. Peter pariah pariah. Orlando; Sister Dennis Joseph. St.
"What crises. which in the Cathedral of Miami were novice( *, Montlcello New York Paula Caveul .
Ideologle Impress cause hone hating and tuning; the societyIn center ; St. Anthony pariah Fort Lauderdale; Anne
them and reawaken them* ..t, courageous and thought which Providence has background.,< made temporary vows, Chance .parish Orlando. Standing, from left, Kothman. Christ the King parish Jacksonvtlle .

Who are the men who appear ful men to modify position placed us, let u* try to understand and postulants att! -vj tn traditional brida" are the Mumm Susan Korser, SU Michael par ; Janet Rcnuart, Little Flower pariah

before them a* guides and which lead them to gtte Ineasily It, to sent It, to heal U gowns for the ceremony Seated from the Uh .Mint :Mlchlgsn; flatly Rose. {NotreiMme Coral Cables; Ixyc Newton Immaculate

teacher! Which are the to fashionable cultural and to live In It. Give serenity left are the Misses ('arol"ITudetr, St. An. |pariah Sharon, Pennsylvania; Virginia Conception parish Illaleah; anti Barbara

newspaper, the speeches and trend hope vigor and Joy to yourthouhU drew parish Orlan' Jane Stoeckrr Little Smith Catholic Mission Union Park; Patrick Krrhl St.' James parish Orlando.
the organizations which seek To then, dear workers
you precisely s* Christian
Flower parish Coral) cables; Donna Stycrs Davis Corpus ChrUtl parish Miami Jean
to gain a hold In the souls of we want to recommend Intelligence education teaches ut tdo.
Sacred Heart parirl: pinellaa! Park, .::11sa- Ellen Ilorschel. Our Lady of Lounlcs parish
the working people? Let us and liberty In the ." Pope Paul said.
be frank. face of the temptations of -- --

"Haag: .( these 14..1011.. I.I false Ideologle to think Remember welL"it Church unifies Lost deed found
tho... .f xxUl' 1 selfl.be** **4 ItlltleMsurk.( ) Can M\'N ItlKiOO: -A 10,-

of the prrlorlfy of eroiiuM Fop real l .1!M mrfrd his tltnal! Feltln of Part has told' yearohl t-I l | signal by PrekWnt *-
)Its over moral tad rellfluMSUw ll.tr.rr. to remain cl... I. rnrmtwr of the national asicniMy Abraham Lincoln which

fur ...mpl. tho' .. .f iftractive the Ckarrk.Reminding,. that the Church todaypUyi returned the hbtorta Mission

slaw. .tr.ril. *.4 them that recent the role of unifier of fUn Diego d. Ales. lea the

atheistic marxlsts, tfco. .. of have vu the nation. Cathnlle! Church wa Just
Popes spoken out on
many social question related rtNvtiry PretMIng si a Ma. .* st the found her after being loci :2:*
workers' 1\.I\I"a\ of 8U CMIWe. at the >..".
to lives and social
the added owning ef th. new parlU- The California rnbul.. i tn w >11
progress m. ....k> th. Canll. bum .
"We tell you that this *>. nury n. In In a. It .maltl(' u-
IVTIN A NIW CAU nat recallxl that often In the ,
trntlve and repeated teaching tee control of the I'r +u l''
\ lost the civil\ auihortUM, pelt can until\ 1M7 when t1' >
the which
concern Church
mmba .i attention to the concern! t>( Army ln...k. U Lees tr t"< 't
wa due mainly to our late
the Church! a tort. President 1.1.i<" I I.h."acl
predecessor. U not merely
Today, he *.M1' \. O urtrha the 'verbal preaching. It II not en
resumet h.r role *. eon 'whkh returned) It"1
fJ\ 9AFECOINIUr1ANCE Interested apologia of it* own, rlltator While not taklni properly and 2'i acr, til taI"l

privilege or temporal advan. i tiW. In legitimate rtli>uu, to th. I'but> h

U.. ..., 'uu" "" "" " the Church ...ks to ...th.fall
Rill ew ".....ed tell"V toi.lh.r tn the tend uf
Moving? ----- -- ---- CLEARWATERST.

CONSOLIDATEDInturanca w... ..... .... ..a ..,.. At Jensen Beach after investiture pace, h* said ,
Service? "..... t..0. M r... era ... -
Wetw )H.Df1.9. \'. 4m. *...t.I.. *M.IwMk.. ..*.._*fc.e.BM_M4lk at Tht Sisters la the back row received tlatt In Jensen' B..ach rwelved tile Kristin Marie, Sister ChrintopherMichael .. O'Brtem Ace Hardware

." Agency ... ..$..... __....5. II Nat their black veils at Miami holy habit with, 'the whltt veil of ., Sister lYanrlai Martin ."r c...,.., Ftl.e.
C tfl Avenue. -. May 1 when they mad temporaryvows the novice and thrlr names In reli.fton. Sister, Mary Julie, Sister Mary rk. 44 f MlMVTVai
120 W. \ \ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 1 Itlf H 'J 14101244
la the St Augustine diocesan Seated' are from left Sister. Loyola, Sister IVnnls/ Joa 'fih, SU FVNMITOCII ; .

congregation of the Sisters! of St. Mary Carl', Swtrr IVter' Canlalus, trr Mary' Catharine, Sister' Ann SONll .....\ ''UJ 0.,1' f.'.,

GREGG'S HOME OF FLOWERS Joseph. Their profession took plact Sister. Albert J() I'h, Sister' Mar Pierre" Sinter Anthony Marie arid'

II I\ L.l.ln Cathedral] of Miami, when the. I.. Bister DUmas, Staler AJ Genies ?
Win Mary y., o..s,., S.,..icee., Al tarn Suppl1.
Flowers By novices of Mount St. Joseph Novi- John rontbonn; standing, Bteter SKYCREST GARDEN SUPPLY

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board elects officersSam ('.UIow! IUI...... .U wwlttofn set," Nery gwe.r.l ",f tfee Vat
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 8, ,

Sisters of St. Joseph ,

receive 15 novices ."c.. 1...'. ..,,,. ..._ !

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Imitation of '
h.ar.blcla brought tbepartlroUr .. In Mid the Father Cann. '" '!" 1
young womea to Chrb 1i
light all burden -
the threshold of their relllua -Love makes
all i
and bears equably
( that I K unequal; it Is not Mi I

When we meet Father neighed" down by the weightIt
Cann went on. to wish man card but makes all that

or woman Godspeed ai they la bitter eet"
betake themselves to the life In conclusion. Father Cann
of the cloister, we are not content
i wished\ all the young
with a kind of funeral the ceremony the blessingsof
service; we Indulge in a sort .
of holy parody of the wedding
service as well He said the "May every )ear )ou spend "
similarity of the two situations In hole religion be the deep-
was obvious, but there erring:and the widening and r e / sea'
are also differences; the unravelling of a lifelongromance.
w a fBSI ," L'4Dedicated
"Holy Church has a moth.
erg wisdom, and does not allow Th day after the meet!
her children to commit lure In Miami many friend
themselves Irrevocably until .r the ooTlie from all over
they have tested their diipositions llorida made Tl 1-'lta to the
More Importantly the oTltlate, Mount Saint' Jo.seph *
I nun does not like the bride at Jensen Beach.At .
i o entrust her happiness Into
1 the profession of vows
the keeping of a fellow mortal
which were a part of the
Cathedral ceremonies on May
I "She knows that whatever 1. final professions! were made I
I Novices accept new habitsIn happen, the heavenly Bridegroom by winter Theresa Catherine
will be true there Bell daughter of Mr and MnNeareus .
Miami on May 1, Sisters of St. Slater Mary Julie, and Sister Anthony will be no drawing back, no Bell of St Helen par.
Joseph held their ceremonies for the Marie. Previously u postulants, thy want of consideration." lah. \ero Beach and Sister

investiture of new Suiters Returningto had worn bridal gowns to the altar The protection of the religious Rot-ert Marie, daughter of Mr.

the altar after donning their new where they received the habits of as the lives In the com and Mn. Edward J. Bitzer, -- --.-- --.,-.....-
habits are, from right, Sister Anne novices, and were told the name they munityeubJect to all the St Rot d. Lima parish, Miami to Mary I

Pierre, Sister Mary Dismas Slater would accept in the religious life. petty Irritation of those who .

Kristin Marie, Sister John Fontbonne, live close to others, commit. Re"Iother Louis Edwin Novices of the Sister of St. Joseph and religious) names. The novices have
ted to the carrying: out of headed the large numbers of
kneel before the statue of the Blessed dedicated their lives in imitation ef
of St. Joseph
In Ghana her congregation
Sisters In attendance at Virgin Mary in the May ceremony Our Lady.
the ceremonies. when they received their new habits

Sister-missioner tells of -

Ship for missions

pitiful health conditionsCINCINNATI IMMRIRO (NO-A coast.
al freighter designer for the :D
missions launched here
r l (NC) -Most babies don't survive in. L ra br "was
christened "Ratu Rosarl, or .
fancy in Ghana, where the life expectancy IB about 38 "Rosary Queen. i '-EMOIZLAL

years, and where children die of diseases which cost The Rosary Queen, ordered "1 MODWM.lUNtlAi] :[III..dtII.!

youngsters in the United States only a few days of dis r by the Indonesian archdioc .DW'M'.iwdk at. M
of Lndfh: the Island
es* : on
comfort. coined horn by old friends ata ; of Flores, U lit: feet long 649 2nd A.*. So. Ph. I62-M1

They are some of the rra. reception In her honor at powered by a 420 h.p. diesel PETERSBURG

arms why Sister M. Theodore St Mary's pariah her. engine
who was Joan Spaeth her In Sister I Theodore, who
studied pharmacy at George
Cincinnati, Is now s Medical Washington I University HEATH FUNERAL CHAPELAir

Mission Sitter working In ahospital Waahlngton D C., said the C n
In Ghana which must vastness of Ghana medical FOSTER E. HEATH, Funeral Director
find Its own water, generate need almost I* overwhelming AMBULANCE SERVICE
Hi own electricity and urn For a total population of LaUtand Florida Phone 612-0111
some 40,000 out,patients a 700.000 there art 300 doctors
Von nur....
year. Funeral Home
"hf.". mitrUlllf ".. about Gentry-Morrison
Happy day for Renuarfs After. nln' years ai a phar Ml% a'.w futrf ...., N.w i CONSIDERATION FOR THE LIVING
m.cht at / Hotpftal
Holy family -
1C'. .III mart than 10""%" ." Hi.*. REVERENCE FOR THE DEAD
11.... Denis V. Renuart, left of Coral Gables, Trthlman Ghana, Sitter ler Theodore said "(.ha.. .U AMBULANCE SERVICE
jngratulatrs her godchild Sister Ann Pierre Theodore It home on fur a paradise. for .para..lfe.. Firm 616-213) LAKELAND. FLORIDA

S.SJ., right, while the latter's sister, Sister lough. She was reunited with bnlhlBg. a rblld !. water may .
I glee him. fatal. l.f'rtloe"Malaria | \
I Thomas Andre OP (who teaches at an east coast her parent, Mr. and Mrs. a ,; .
.. PHONE 877-7524
school In Florida) looks on. Mrs Renuart a put Theodore Spaeth and wel In the chief killer :(. ;

president of the St. Augustine Diocesan Council of followed closely by typhoid
Catholic Women is the aunt of both young worn In Swiss Guard and meningitis, Sister Theodore A. P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL

en. They are the daughters of Mr and Mrs. Am. said.SUter 1 .. 3109 N. ARMENIA AVE.
adte Renuart of Coral Gables. Slater Anne Pierre \'.\TM'.t> ('ITt' Ct') Marcella DuHrul, aiM ---_ __ M HBBWJMMIIBIWHaK&I7 .Mi TAMPA 7, FLORIDA

received her name in religion on May 1 at the Nineteen recruits were sworn from Cincinnati U the only Temporary vowsOn
ceremony of the Slaters of St Joseph held in MI. Into the SWM! duard.: the physician on duty now at

ami's Cathedral 1'Yilt"1 p*.r oiial' bull)luard. Holy Family Huwpltal 'In Techlinan. May 1, in Miami, two novices of the Sistersof Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc.
_. I Slater Theixlur said
-- ----- the St. Joseph took of
hr Mjt y 8. This 1 U Ira The town hM. atoiut 60 ruth temporary vows poverty,
chastity and obedience Rev Mother Louis! Edwin AMBULANCE SERVICEThe
Mttonl lisle for swearing lit hertwIUu, who compound
GRISSOM FUNERAL HOME On May ft. 1&J7, 117 S"" .. medicines from herb, but S.SJ., standing watches as Sister Dennis Joseph Finest t S.nk Available KrgardlrM of Your Mean
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KISSIMMEE"fI.DENT llementll during the will Theodore added profession of first vows These Sisters receive, T. R. Downs, President D. W. Ford, LF.D.
; IN ('.:\TI\.U, YUInIUt" of Horn. Children who do survive Infancy at this time, their crucifixes and
exchange the
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emon,.. \ug\iiin Cardinal tarts and other dUea!ea, as of St Joseph.Canon .
.Hea. pr..l.nt of the Yattaanerreurlat : well a* pier nutrition Slater

"nI_. .a,. ri.k m .. .... P. JtMtmtfun for promoting' Theodore said that they die law
)'uneul| Director W luncral' Director hrMUn' Unity uffernl )1.... of ailments like whapingtough commission Serving Eustis & Vicinity Since 1915
In th. chapel. of the giurd and meMlea.
"Th.y nut have ao
fHletlin: : fi.lt tr Jakrhjde After the recrukU were sworn runtUic attacks\ many membership expanded
In at the tton DMIMOD court or ul Zeller Kennedy & HamUn,
..,., ihlefly berau they ,
VC1kR.11. IIOMUOiyg of th. Pi
yard Vatican >{*
don't lit. Idea enough* the RO IFC: ( ) Pope( Paul VI has named 70 consultors
.n It Radio equipped Ambulant "'ul gave the melt hM aH _blowing' TMi year, a "I'f' m..on.r added to the Pontifical Commission for the Revision of Canon JrttJH I AL IIOLfC:

iKwen fewer recruits enteretl' Hllfr Tttemlur. speaks Law which will incorporate the decisions of the M'COod"attun

o 107 M..t. A... the HWMI Guard than Ut warmly .. ih. ..b._.... \ Council into the AMBULANCE SERVICE
ST. CLOUD \.1 Th guard itiff rhronKnih ..nb' '" .l Ik.. .%>|UBI| a.4 law of the Church. retard of the sacred congrgaiton .
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