The Florida Catholic
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079916/00024
 Material Information
Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 1964
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
notis - ADA7571
lccn - sn 83004577
issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00024
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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rfteFtotdJa Courses in doctrine open

Catholtc"OL next week in two areas

ST. AtTil'STlNKArchbis Th P Hurley this l\i,>t.'rs, the .\rd''i! Uhp .'r.'tll i. t ..

week lent his .encouragement '.> Christian Doctrine on June I that he. pluir.nl to

program which begins: Monday .. .Watt t coat and westroast attend some of the atra
XXV No. 33 lOt (our_. Said the Archbishop i ; Diocese of St. AugustineSt.
Orlando Florida Friday, June 1%, 1JX51 areas and continues thm't'\ summer under the

direction of Monsignor Harol 4' .lortian. Monsignor **Thr-* course. horse part

Jordan is in charge of the phas.' .' Confraternity work ft our el'| ntolle pUn in rr. Augustino, FloridaJune

will lead that covers the summer course the teaching Chris. organic. oar r.I..h irHrtni
Archbishop the Mt that It Mill l>. better.. shin 0, 1961
than Doctrine and in
tI- ,I nnoumm.nu _for__ In meet the demands fir I".
I apostolate to non-Gtholics.Parishes Ii.. '11".. .1..t"I.l of ImUji. I n-W yew Dear Reverend Father:

In Daytona Peach ... to own hf..t personal
are tn\ite to the course In :''o\nf'OWlIy. Pinter of put jour behind lh. ,." Our filial contribution to the support of His
effort "
Eucharistic pilgrims Tn) training to he jthen by ,C) Doctrine will be.tnf holiness the Pope( will M made: en the 2bt of

Sinter I of Christian Poctrlne, a June U. June :M, at. rrteM. are" announcing. the June. On that day at all the Masses In all our
June 15 lune 2H. at St Paul FI f- |I'arl.h In St IVlrrvi courses In ad.anc. of the rhul'\'hf'lI. the Peter'n Pence collection will betaken

By a staff writer will prr-i l'le ai' the il\otii'I1'. parlth. Interested persons l : .i' .1 I all arM p, rl.hM data Inn ttnatni by MonM- flue notice of this collection! will be
should' contact their parish U na particlpetingt nor JortUn for all th* parishes. .* up.
I ST. AUGUSTINE-Individuals are making their The t'ongrc'e I H a forum to (
given on the preceding Sunday
heard I letter ta>> the p.sn'h .
have not
Priests If
.tilt Itni"lior, hark page they
plans now to participate In the fall pilgrimage to the 3Sth
Going from tn. >n, TorRmotherhood The Pope has' many heavy renpondbilitiraHrnMeii ''
International Eucharistic Congress in Bombay India. A + I f J rah

TWA flight will leave New York City on November 17clUT'ing ,,' ,. t<> Daytona. the ever-prenent financial bunlen placed!
irh to It* the row,... an&t
He gi
< there d
-\i =' G Him bv his worU-wMe charities
pilgrims from the Diocese of St Augustine to ... ; i-ter M ImeliU' It C.D. stud upon
the great demonstration of faith in Bombay. c the Inescapable expcnue( of maintaining the num-
S -ier! M netlemi4a| BCD.,
This pilgrimage, under the spiritual direction of Archbishop -I- III 0-<"o ill N iitninirtnr In emus central office of the Church Anti the off).

Joseph P. Hurley, is under the organization and 1" I'I J 1'1.' tons IWnirh; and Sates cial representatives of the holy 5ce In all the

operation of the American Kxpres Company. This week M iieoriln II CD. amt SU- countries of the ""1M. Nothing.: but a kern awairnrM -

Priests received illustrated folders covering the diocesan '' ter M n..ymtn.I l HCl n. "ho by Catholic of thf'flf'blhtatlon", sail a loyal

pilgrimage.Th ,- w .:II I teach In SL l-'tf'f'th\tflC. determination to meet them can enable our Holy

Archbishop: who will Office of the American Ex. L) + Th. III.l .t.r. will K. fnlli>,,. Father to continue anil at need 1. f'pAn.IW" far-

tit in Rome attending the prea are' expected to hate |''Ilh. pi.in .....11".1 hjr >lnn. Citing! ajowtolate for |lease> among men and for the
Second General. Council of available for u** Individual Ifnnr' Jordan, rrwndlnalae t>( salvation of souls

the Vatican U scheduled to folders thing detail of the kit. e ''I. ......,M. ,Hors, Inc
meet with the members of pilgrimage for which Arch I ln\lte every man. woman and' child' In our
the content, .( she training
the pilgrimage in the Eternal bishop Hurley la the iplrltual Li ru.r*,... Diner to make a ptwtwal" offfflnu to Our Holy

City! and continue with them director.Thoe. Father t t the I POJXImpartial -.
from Rome to Bombay on No "ho Join this pllgrlmag 1 .y O;:. r''ur''e !I. the catechist"
ember 2i: will meet with thou. ti i' roars _hk'hII\ : to yenta and to your i people. ) my pv

DiOC'l'ulpilgrims may look sands of other' Catholics from et t -r e th. current trend In ternal ble* tnjr, I am,

forward to an Itinerary that e ery. corner of the free : t tr '.!inn (4techtlm Th other
IVwtedly In Christ,
Include nj days and touches world, In a public manifestation c :r,. |I. that for "Wett awlAKMM your

then major cities of the of devotion to the llciyKucha of flood l "'11. HM.. Joseph I.. HurleyHuihop

wprlS( Rome. New Delhi. ; rl t. It/ _:tntnl will\ abm I* given

Agra Jaipur, Bombay, lUng- The Bombay Congress hn f< 7 the ('{'It eiecutlNwinL rthbktW'lr

kok) Hong Kong Tokyo evoked this message from Valerlan irri-iUn\ \ Ihetrlne Sisters( of St. Aufuatln

Ivoto and Honolulu before Cardinal Rraclai. Archbishop d Ia 111 .j It"> h the adult (11.,11.

returning to the United of Bombay T\\ n .ttl.t': huh pas ....- --- --
States at the Lot AnjelM "I desire to extend a cordial
port of entry welcome to Intending vi>i I. .
Ion to the city cf Bombay - -

American, K\prr agent., and to the Church In India Monsignor Pace's portrait for school Lay retreats draw
It I I. etat.d. 1.I .u prepared to Their presence In our midst
...I..t l *hioner. thmagh-
parl| will be gratefully appreciated. Monsignor Fxlwani Pace. tarkerrif"lIt The artist Albert Staehl. center tin
oat the lalnce t .* of Ml. A"("*'
tine In cnmpUdnc pUn InJnln and they may felt assured who became a nationally known recently given the pi-ture: to the Mon.

.. (hi. special diortMB |)ll* that In spite of our limited educator at the Catholic University of signor' Pace High School In Miami. Ac.ceptlng record attendance

('..j5rlmagr. means, w* will do our very America In Washington n. C., !Is pictured the portrait were Father Louis
bent to make them feel at
in the portrait, above with\ the Roberta, left, supervising principal
From their arrival Rome horn In our country .
Ilrother Paul Urban prlnrlpl.
th* pilgrim will" be acrom- Pop Paul VI will bit rep- Cathedral of St. Augustine depleted and Market lly a staff writer l.. B" hash .i"'ln,<* r..tkm'l.irtHT "

LL[ panted: br. an. exp.rienced, merited_ at the great Congress.. outside of his window !In the painting -Th summer "Uy rrtral movement In '"-...... ..*.t....l.
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rnuiu-ilnaual Americanj >rt' 1 ar "P the DWe\ Wed boot thus wtkil when 20
-- -- w- rrce' a> put dditie rU4 will U hIdmn
handle rew tour all escort travel who*rr will njr- Pope cites good in men from floty' N.m* parish, fnutTjtort, alfemlnf lh. tar ./ the fn<....*..

menu enabling the pllgrlmf Father Joseph Caulfieldis science culture/ first retreat of lhf HUnn at M. Leo AMy, W. Leo thmwtfaut. the iinmf alt
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purpose of the journey .
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The Florida Catholic, Friday June 12 19GI ,...- : .... """ Mass guideSUNDAY

Florida ":')W.n fMiW" ''J;' ,; Appointed June 14
RepeatsEau Y :114! delegate to 4th Sunday after Pentec,st

: (Mass of Sunday. Gloria
f -'. {.. Creed Preface of Trinity.)
Gallie Daytona Beach and graduated I\ ': ', I M k.'i Canada
AscensionThe from St. Paul High School s ,. .tar, -. MONDAY, June 15
\ J." \ I : : .. (Mass of previous Sunday,
Ascension Catholic Newly elected CYO officers : '\ 1'l'I
f N1 2nd Prayer of Sta. Vltu,
Woman's Guild Is holding are: Joseph V. Guldry president j ), r Modest and Crescentla,

bridge party on Friday, June ; Michael Jenkins first Archbishop Sergio Pignedoll Common Preface)
vice.president John Everett t has been appointed apostolic
19 at Holy Name Hall Canova ; '" .
Beach. The theme of the second vice.president; Linda .., I \'t'i delegate to Canada. He was TUESDAY, June 18
... Maw of previous Sunday
party is June, hearts and Ludwig, secretary, and Laura (
C. "- ".Ji it. named to the post (June 3)) Common Preface)

flowers. The public is invited. LeMolne, treasurer. ..- .-.- "'-1- -. -_.-_. .". 1 -- ,.aft ttAA ..E-tri7!'. ....-- on the eve of his 54th birth- WEDNESDAY, June 17
Tickets are II per person The CYO will hold a bake
and $. a table. For reservations tale at Arlington Plaza and day.Since St. Gregory Barbadlcl.
call Mrs. Richard Grace Town and Country Shopping Sacred Heart Guild installs officers Pinellas Park I960 he has been (Mass of) a Confessor-Bishop .

AM 22077. There will be re- Center on June 13. apostolic delegate to Welt Gloria Common Preface

fre"hments and table and A Communion for the Father James F. Gloekler Eugene I. Burke, installing officer: C. W. Jetmore Mrs. M. Mooney. Central Africa with headquar .)

door prizes group will be held at the 8.30 right recently Installed these offrom the left Ira. Burke Mr Mri. Jetmore Is the president. tars In Lagos. Nigeria wherehe THURSDAY, June IS

Local parishes cooperated Mats! with a brunch following fleer of the Sacred Heart Guild in Dan Callahan. Mrs John Hanchar attended English classes St. Ephraem. (Mass of a

In Communion holding a special breakfast Mass at and the In the clubhouse. Pine lias Park assisted by Mra Mrs. Charles Schmeltzer Mrs .t St. George's high school to of Doctor Sts. Gloria Mark and 2nd Marcelllanui Prayer.

Ascension Parish on May 20 Robert O. Mlckler, son of add that language to his Common Preface.)
for the graduates of the South Mrs. I Letter J. Mickler 815 St. Petersburg Everyman's familyRecognize knowledge of) French German FRIDAY, June 19

Brevaid High Schools. Father Old Hickory Road Jacksonville James F. Brogle of 91113th Spanish Latin and his St. Juliana Falconleri.

Donal Noonan celebrated the has been appointed to Street North received his native Italian. (Mass of a Virgin not a

Mass. Father Peter C. Dolanof the editorial board of the B. S. from Xavier Universityat value in each person Before going to Africa Martyr, Gloria 2nd Prayer

Central Catholic i High I I Vlllanova Law Review. The Its 126th commencement Archbishop' Tlgnrdoll had of Sti. Gervase and Protase

School spoke to the graduates Law Review which Is circulated exercise last week. The commencement Py M ,r. John C. Knott estimate them by demandingonly to be reared In the uniqueness carved for four yearn as auxiliary Common Preface)

along with Father Lawrence throughout the English- speaker was Dr. essential message of the minimum of th.m- of his own creation and to Pope Paul \"I while SATURDAY, June 20

P. Redmond. The main address speaking world Is composed Frank J. Ayd Jr. Internationally TUB and His Church how to avoid sin. It Is to educated to his own singular the Pontiff was still\ Giovanni (Mast of Blessed Virginfor !!

was given by Father of articles: submitted by distinguished .known psychiatrist} has always been the one of show a practical reverencefor capacity to love.It Cardinal Montlnl of )lIlaa.ArchbL'Ihop Saturday Gloria, 2nd

Patrick J. Carroll legal scholars. New Port Richey love. This Is the good tidingsof them by a constant re Is finally the role of religion Prayer of St. Slheriui.
Pignedoll was
Mr. buckler Is a graduateof Quern of Peace St. John In his Gospel I and turn to a single basic theme to teach and encourage Preface of Blessed Virgin.)
Jacksonville born in Felina, Italy on June
Bishop Kenny High SchoolIn As Memorial Day Mass was especially his epistles. It Is generosity In love. people to love God. All of hu- SUNDAY June 21
Christ the King Jacksonville and receivedhis celebrated all over the country summed up In that simple This Is what religion and man love Is a desire for unity 4, 1910, and ordained to the 5th Sunday after Pentecost
He has
Patrick J, Byrne has been bachelor of science degree In New Port Richey a phrase-"Little children morality should primarily be and no matter how good It Priesthood doctorates In 1933.In (Maw of Sunday, Gloria
earned canon
appointed director of the from Fordham University In special ceremony was held by love one another. concerned with-to teach may be It Is only a dim reflection and Creed Preface of Trinity)
law literature history.
Catholic Youth Organizationat 1942. veterans groups In the West and encourage a human being of the more powerful desire -
This I It the challenge to allhrl.llana lie was general secretary of
Christ the King Church In to love life. And
Pasco County. A Memorial especially for God.Perhaps Recalls
(' whether personally the central committee that Pope
Arlington Father W. Thomas Tampa Day Mass was held outside to love his own and
I or In their movements and the biggest ob"ta- prepared for the 1930 Holy
l.arkln. announced hide In VATICAN clnxt'
pastor recently the Our Lady Queen of Peace not to run or away ( ) -
Christ the King organization tie here is the lack of gen- Year. That year he was
church at the Grotto. Father fear from the threat of diseaseor On the first anniversary cf
Mr, Byrnes Is a native off The summer schedule of Paul Romph 0.S.B. celebrated It Is to accept people as death. To live as fully as frothy la accepting God's named an Archbishop nuncio and appointed the death of Pope John XXIII

Sunday Masses, effective as the Mass Father Dennis Murphy they accept people as they possible the life of the moment gift to use Boll\ia. In apostolic 1954 he became to (June 3), the Vatican has dli

of June 7, will be 8, fl, 9:30: O.S.H. was narrator and are but always against the without vain regrets In an age of) depersonalization nuncio to Venexuela. trlbuted a 122 page book recording '
11 and 1215 for the Church Father Michael Leap OSB. background of their potential over the past or disturbing It Is the role of the apostolic some of Pope Paul

v+, of Christ the King, Tampa. gave the sermon. to love. It Is not to>> undercoyrrm anxieties about the future Is Church to help people appreciate He took part In the mission VI's thoughts about him.

f J Pstrlik to know peace that passes_ _all their own dignity and organized in the Montreal The book is entitled "Pope
archdiocese In 19fiO by Paul
underatanding. Let not your worth. They have their human John XXIII in the mind and
Byrnes heart be troubled or be and sexual Cardinal Leger preaching In heart of his successor

.:Jj 4 afraid. gifts,of personal love but as Christians Italian parishes In that city.Japanls It Is drawn from speeches

C It Is the role of religion they are touched by God. and letters of the present

ik------ and morality to teach and Pope, both before and after
As they have been createdby
: ? encourage people to love one the Father so, too. In lov. law his election to the pa parv.
t another. Every failure In life The book opens with comments .
__ Is a failure In love. Born self- ing do they create with Him. TOKYO Japan (NO) Support of the then Archbishop

centered It Is the constant As they have been redeemedby Is mounting here for a Giovanni BattlsU Montlnl of
St. Petersburg: the Son. so, too. In lovingdo
battle In the human soul to campaign to revise a law Milan on Pope John's electionin
a forget sell and think of an they redeem with Him. As which makes abortion readily 1953, and closes with Pope
have been sanctionedby
other rmls"lble. Public concern Paul tribute to John at the
the Holy Spirit, son, too,
has been heightened by latest opening of the second sessionof !
M 1'vrtunale' are we to have In loving do they heal with abortionsin
statistics showing the ecumenical cou-.clL
I I b1 not only the example of Him. Japan exceed the annual
fhrlat but the help of III.
: birth rate by over 500,000.
V1 grace to love on. another atHe Lauds devotion St. Petersburg
loud A rally sponsored by a
Bowling champs New Port Richey VATICAV tlTY (>O -A united group of organizations
It Is also the role of the "true and deep Marian devotion promoting respect for

Howlera from left Joseph Faulet prize 'In a tournament They donated Church to( teach and en- must necessarily be reflected human life presented a case EJouard C. Craig

Roger Tetrtault Father Michael leap the prize! money to the building fund couraaerpeople too anolner. in a truly Christian for revision of the eugenic
OSfl, Ray Msrrte! and Joph 1ft" of Our lady Queen of Price Cathollo Married people are life" Pope Paul VI has said protection law which In Its Confrsctof end, DWrfbutof!
called not onto/ perfect each In a message to Jose Cardinal/ form allows for
present readily
Jill I, formed a team that won the first Church in New Port Richey.
---- -- ....... other but In their mutual glv. Bueno y Monreal of Seville abortion. Speakers were Plea Metal Ceramtt
log of love, to allow God to Spain on the occasion of the unanimous In their deep concern and,, Musts Tiles

En'oy AUTOMATIC, Cocoa Beach Orlando give of His love and see the crowning there of an Imageof over the high annual H7-J4ti! St. So. 347-4101

M I II I Carolyn Cavlerel"KeepF1lled' St. Andrew new Incarnation of divine Our Lady of (Hop of Ma. abortion rate of 2,000,000 and

daughter ot )lr.. Clryl Ca and human love which Is the Serena the city's patroness. Its damaging effects physically
Th laLes} 01 th st An.
DELIVERY1.111.. 2H South nrfntwocwl. child The Pope's message of May and morally on the Individual
(' blfhdr.w Guild will sponsor a }He Is part cf themselves 31 aLa vl1l
I DIIUtnt-J.- ..... .ems _iteach received.a ___ ._ praised 'I..n- and the nation.
BLUE ..... t h', b'
-- elor of arts degree in com- dkeh dinner in the tat yet' b something different cieni devotion to our Lady.
FINANCING St..,... -. ..1I11 menrement exercises at Our Church Hall on Sunday, June -

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wfl help you 14 at 6 pm. for all the men
helM .t..leweeftest. fan; Antonio Texas, on Mar
your new and! women of the p.' ih JLtii: for Floor
.Put I"'t.'k'c.t you. 31 . W. pepe.Ti1et
The degree was conferred' ThoM attending ,who e .I,st a 1 .nl. Driveway Scd.ne

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Ai J Loan At oclstion IN 'INn.W oi| Ilobrrt K. I.wvy of the Hn D. Inlulv, are asked to jo Problems See "ROY'ST.

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mal graduation rerfffvonles in Inclusive are aked to l'" ig % St. ,..", burt "Cdtomor Color' SON :.*

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; 4MS 'th' Street Nortli
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The Florida Catholic Friday June 1*, 196J

Downtown/ Education exhibit openedto

instruct Fair visitors

Jacksonville parish

NK\V: \'OHKC(: ) An exhibit stressing the role of

plans day Catholic education in this country was formally opened

care center after dedication of the Hall of Education at the New

'- ..,. \\. .t. '_ 1:'_,_
*or VfUllUB I* Uir.ArvhhUhop .
JACKSONVIIJJ-: Establishment, of a modern day John P Cody th* retigioiM education of
care center In the facilities formerly used for Immaculate 1 > t' C thoU_ outside Catholic
1 told a dedication auttlfiite on
Conception School marks a step toward parish adjustment I schools.
June :.1 that "we hope the vast
to a different mode of service for Jacksonville according The muHUxbibitor pavilionreaturs
to the American audience will com "School of Tumor-
pastor Father M. J. Kelly. ? a

A downtown church serves not merely parochial to know and understand our row" and demonstration!

boundaries but all who purpow In undertaking to classes, mme of which will\ )
pass along the way he said, and
service will be the provide the enormous f.ith- h* drawn from Cat hoi n'
._ keynote now more so than ever before. _
The old educations' system which schools In the New York
"if" atands on l .. -- -- -- ........ Is found In the lit) stats"
the threshold, of the new Barry of St. Augustine that area.
era, in the Last school l class' at ''I.C'in The Archbishop, apostolladministrator Archbishop Cody said C.lth.f..1 -
proud of its past and preparedto year put place cornerstone oracle .. .. JacksonvilleVVtisn
-- - --- --
meet present demand, for the new Immaculate of :Nw Orleans. odes their schools "pertorn

I 'did Father Kelly. the demands Conception School From tfil; clau( gr.dur.d t"I." (art eigKtw" gr.eI. to I b. pre.n s div cr. center with a pro- tha Icpet, Mary Mudqt DVoqht .. ls president. general of the a vital function\ our

of change from a family 1W6 until 1962. Immaculate inConception May at Immaculate C ncpin +eel from the parish unit.HencsfoHh f U'oi al l Kool Virginia: Adams, Sally National Catholic KducatioMl: dl morrae1." their objective,
pr'- < program
parish when families School saw many tiCi School JacttonviB it w.. th. tcHool wit I b* Long. .Association sponsor of the are to produce physically

moved! tn.- the .-........h..... to a of its Towns men and women_m___ In "I l C.i" list oiaMk qrsd Row .4., H.exy Cannon, .nm.e ,_. Ssaquan: lost *hlblt 'M' Amerlc.1.JtIl Amei i'

shrine In the downtown UNto gradates take their places clan ..tr.. from |the Ut( foreground Fsthsr Daniel! Mc. turtn motion t picture cans socially cooperative
nesa serve friend and the bui .. l leading men business and women and professional of Qualities of leadership Caul Ky) Bray Miss! Betty Smith. Eighth charta lications.In photographs. and pub American Americana, economically chk-minded t cum-

community. Jacksonville.Becsu G l a d.y Lah ch, K.t KI'..n Grad T*+chr, Si.+.r Mary potent AmrtcaiM sod moAt
Remodeling of the
Is In process. This will church pre.serve ** of the er,Increasing lauded at Jesuit program Darcto' Mary loll Ca1d.*H, loretta S.S.J.. dirctor; el ids came 1'4'| lll 'n U the a Important of all spiritual( and
Lrr Md.lin. choir Erred It..r..t bjr "
the Catholic
dignity and beauty population In oC ( htl.ltrshost
of the church's past the pastor Jacksonville the Dwceee of T.Ulr.Jt'IIuit High School graduates here on May Cot cHi Mary St. John, T.V and Dl John OU". <'onfatrrnlty.. Mornlgnor Frederick fl,

said.The St. Augustine established" 27 heard their commencement speaker Byrne Utschgi a witK McKinley Michel S.nJ Top row, Father. Denis O'- rise It! I''" \lit. ear, utivt director

school is being concerted Bishop Kenny High School to local attorney outline three qualities of leadership which .rt Gregory Gonett and R'9.n, Sitter! M. I..trice S.S.J, It f, .::;- c f :' of tit! Cad! 'li educati; ,its '

to a downtown nurv accommodate the students in he urged the graduating seniors to carry into their com- Gorq H.rfi.IJ. princip.!, and Father M;cheol r" 3 t'' W _.; ft tic: "- '.' n. d 1 .vr p.t the &in-

try for preschool childrenand the Jack onviile UN. Since mUnJuelie K Mar J. Kelly r-; '. v.': hiac r t 1't V''n::' *t the ceremony.
spoke at Mc- Poe Z, Eti! .b* Pert paitor. .. ..
finally, Hake a >elf"ppral*>lnlltm. .. ..
will be prepared' to help 1062 Immaculate Conception Kay auditorium.At --'- -

the ever-lncreaeing number of ha served Catholic children Jesuit said Mr I.Itachgl .
mothers who from the first Leaders never lose their
working need through the
e try develop a ftJ1IO'loutnHl *
ability, deal .Ith new Ideas,
proper convenient facilities eighth grades. of lesilernhlp.The. .
for their children. The changeover of the he continued citing as es-

Father Kelly added; grade srhuol downtown to a M| ImporUM, arnlretl ample, Adenauer who did an

modern day care center Is a (| ronoldrrnlloii U the admirable work In rebuilding

Th. e thll..hmnt of thl. natural development at this broad lHriitiuB of the sited, a new Germany after Hitler,

recliool trailing program time it ...as emphasised.Mhlle the. humiinlllr, he MM. Her* and he did so In his 80.

will be a public ertlr not .ondly learn lo enderstsed l Other great men he mentioned -

only to the mother bat to the Interior of Int.matMUie )our frlUiM m..., he avid 1. and< were \\lnton ChurchIll

the employer and the downIOWB (Vnrrptlon Chynh. and the Ute Ip>> John

area blch l I. ..rrvniby l. rPdf n.r.lf"d. the IntUIU. XXIII, hum h* called the

I m naeelat.. Conception. life fir equipment| | fur the Reported ill epitome of humUtt).

The pawing of time hat NfiOV.NM| ItoroV.
Mill ronllime during the ..mmrr. the Jesuit High School
worked changes in the parish !Ire Italy/ (\I'-Padr. Plo
foundation. lie I hi a nthe of
father Kelly noted: It possesses the Ca| jrhin friar who hi
Charlotte, WM a Commander"
a splendid parochial An enrollment of !ItlC< ) Is horn the morks! of ChrUt'i
In the U: S. Navy and attend.
plant a church unmatched/ anticipated in the preschool pamion oti his body for mote
ed the t'nlversMy of )FlorliU
for beauty property holding program. Applications are than 4O years is reported
and studied law at HarvardAt
worth much more than the /hetng taken weekday mornIngs confined to t Ms l*,,1 l spin
present h* .Is a director of
early pastors could ever real- at the nursery *ebur location with illnws. 1. ;
the U. S. 1iWt..t.. Ot>r|>oration < 1
Ile; meanwhile the parish has 123 tiwt Duval SUeet The first! Inkling of the 1 ,

watched other pariah. grow; It U planned to hue the new illness of the remarkable! Father tattoo J. Elliott ." .- ... -- -- -_ .- -

up around It as worthy daughters nursery school open five days 77 vear ft J., ft''tor.prlnclp.al honors
of this mother parish in a week from 7 :30 a m. until errd by devout followers asa also Mre l Konnv High group
High School i< e< -
Florida's Gateway City. 530 p.m., operated by professional saintly! j-r.n cam when
the gra htatlng c.**.. IvmiblMahoney : S....ooTl graduate: hw J Jn W.Ser! '."Iele: Banns, Frank Suet, MlcnstlMorq
And teacherThe and ether tor High
on May 27 of thli program ha f. llrJ to c- .lehrjt hi* norm .....IIrtort41n SN>>I.Mip) ; nnrt Kenny
year the 21 eighth graders .Is scheduled to begin in the _.1 5 a m. Ma-i on the fr i-t was "- r twd.eh a. pidwr.d cl.M .f( ItM In, J.c.MlWiR., Larger, Sktl !>..., Mart 'n, IrsdUy D.,,i., Patrick ,

who were promoted by Immaculate of CIHTUS! Ih1 tl I Mop :2s), and Ian.Anthony Piano, salutalor here si .m be" .. t"p" 'NY"'., tram( t/... Itf'lIt Mal..l, NsA..y Lewis. KaronD M.yK.", (C.Ih.,I". Hobanr
Conception School fall.I -- -. -. -----, R*''' .I, Iarm. N.rr..n d "J.....-. P': l a ti. l.:t. .l.p e d ta. .1.....tt.. -u. sal _,.-.ant .-.......-.... IM pit.

were the last of the eighth ...... L,. emu sue ..,.,. ria P.,... C..ly" G..II,. :yU: Li Ffawhdahl C--- hare was tslcn).

grade graduates in the pariah. Legion of decency _,. .'*..*. '.-...-.. *....,!!!.... LIaise WW,pie. l.l" Ph.d's, 1.w, 3, Cheeks Ge,., Win:.",

An eighth grade graduations :: .:.... -.. Edell. u.,4, Denise W'l\i--, AKf*'l. *.Urt f.l. Pkherde JACKSONVILLE.n
not such a significant rates new movie* ZZ9,7 '
s vent; but looking bark at 177..4, ...................- -.... --r

the history of Immaculate Morsly sn.bj.eHeahk{ fee 9one.*l p.rto< t. Sisters Newark
Conception. .Is significant. IhikkM. Tx flrMl l.a..dsbl.' Mr. UMK .M.. W Ik. "!.aa Graduates told
!...< !. a T.I' ..**. T W.... r paJli'o. Father Kelly said; ws. Ca-i55 ls..s. vur..t tMeCr..s rtll"1 ..,"'I "f') .
: aN..1 d few ::..::..CC, schools provide
In IWI. the rlr.! Catholic .... ....... r......... ........ ......... n. )10'I, .HlM. ..f.W')11"- no bri nguaallai
rtmrrh .. founded .. ...._ Tai ('._'. 11. a ...... N.4, Studwet.. M IM -
to .n. ....Ir? .-...... ..... world __.. ....__It. Mthon .Is IM new prolnclalWeek .
the people of Jjckiontlll 1 ..m..e .11... 1.-. 0.... ,,,.., III .......... dedicated goals / e-f I". M i.rs "/ al.
.. w....thoa. Jul....s aNewark.. She was
.M-hnn| ".. e.Ubltbed .. .......... w e .--. 7Lteas. bring ('.'hulln duration to ...+r n. ISIS Se PsIa.u l" a.r. olkr village, StwIiMlM scot b* ehrrd at a general eMptwhr leash.

Ib* yoalh of nrlhern, Florida.Tioneers 1 call"I.,1..... .N...... li.fit edT QI.Mt......r.a .f 71a1NM...... wsSe.....,A. A cam 1".h..1! in Ih* surUlIMHSI Mh* hilt been serving 1..1 II STEAKS S..... .a ,.....A

Is.- vwl Jaw T71.,11.. .. <4 huiiMiilly ('allrls sq pr..tralal ..f U.. .I.r. ... .-.111.
In the work of education /IeMe..ae, we. .... tar is as ...... stnallaN. Its wHiralor ..... dn'lent Iwre. '....1.'. .....I.'tlor......," ...
there were the t '- ,_ t....rr t.n4 ,...... ., 1M G NeieMr
-.... "... d te/1. firs M ilia ..... Addressing rtItt >Mh r.rtv
(..rc of St. Jo*.ph of St. Auu ,...-... ... Ne.e We .f ale ass ___ --...._.1-__ ....,. .h.P..... I I
tm* Immaculate Conception rru.UN. ...-.f assoc.p1.1 ..... wi t...... __ 1h' l1Ia -.n '
Jacksonville Guild officersFather ... .... N ...... r- d 7.'ae aauUMaa. lAdy III ('mainsail <(< ...tl.p. tan PHARMACY
School and Church hat* ... Sums ....... 1x.11 wars tests.'MM. Jtlw I. McMtawie r U s.i|

rieen bsoons of hope and Frank Mouch has congratulated these .. ._ ,... ..... III .. ,.,._ Me slaw IvA_. who r*...i<'lf Ml .a.a.ete ....e ..rft.ll. rest/I .
ttnM.a M tfc. Nass.w fta wile S.w.I -.. ti...... .
: a.4 easy.
culture. : : a..y Mae .a.W..4
leaden of his Moat Redeemer GluM MSSW -Mae.rlrMl. (..>
parish's Holy tr..IS. roc r> ff ,_ ..._ .N _. e..
Bv IBM. the nthon! this h in Jacksonville from left, floatedFather Mouth ......... sad ... .......... flta.. es flea..M.....M MSSL Af' llw ......... t'.tltdlc. t.luIkesai .... ar. .. .M.nare.... .. ..... ..1tasill
built .. hail tw '' ._u wwa. Ware f- M MePS rsl .__ cc
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Everybody asksChrist God's world

Catholic CommentHate ,

founded Churchto Sacred Heart still seeks our love

a consuming cancer bring men to heaven AS any w ll-Instructed pressed hits sorrow to St that Margaret He shouli Mary

Catholic know, we do such coldness ,
"nPHE Catholic Church la meet with an i

IS hatred an antidote for Indifferen- way of example and conversation to 1 the church of the Kkh" not have to believe In private 1 Indifference on the part of

tism? If hatred doe. cure indiffer- hate? A fantastic accusation you revelations.The Father those whom He loved so

entism then the remedy la worse than You cannot have love and hate in think. But widely mad '. t 4 only truths which area I..o J. much. those whom He desired

the aickness. Hatred when it become the same heart. If we hate those When communism: tltft{ matter of faith are the l so much to help.

a moving force in an individual or a who are truly evil then we ourselves claimed that It, not the Frank J. truths revealed b y Cod Tress Jesus asked St Margaret
Church wa the friend' of through the patriarch! and Mary to promote devotion to
group or society in general is like a are no better Our Blessed Lord taught hbredwere
might have of the Old Te<-ta- HU Heart as the symbol (
poor you thoughtthat prophets C
consuming cancer. Adults have to be us that we were to hate the sin but not
the claim would hive merit and, above all. by our His love for men. and especially .
careful not to in their the sinner.
very engender been drowned In the derisive Lord Jesus Christ throughHis r He asked for acts o!
children' lives this spirit of hatred.No No individual of course is exempt laughter of the poor. But' U apostles With the deathof reparation to atone for the

cause no matter how laudatory from hate. The quicker we remove it wasn't, and It still Isn't, St. John the last apotle! are the Bishops and theologians sins of those who repulse.'!

will be successful if it is motivated by from our minds and our souls, the In Quadrageslmo Ar.no to die, public revelation was who are charged with His love. lie pleaded parts .'

hate. Those who fan the fires of hatred quicker we will find peace. Hatred is Pope Plus XI says mtny orphanages, leper cot: ended. the I Ir.ve tlgatlon of apparent larly for Communions of re,,.
homefor the
onles ; aged and
will soon find the fire out of control. no substitute for fortitude. It is no Catholics have become communists schools / Even the Holy Father evena mystical phenomena. aration on the first Friday ,
Incurable for the
A victory won with hatred brings little antidote for indiffercntUm. It is simply because It s*>emI to poorest I don't mean that General I Council of the Among the few private revelations of the month and for tr.

satisfaction.! A life spent in hatred is a cancer that can destroy young obvious to them that "the some of these things were Church cannot command us which have been accepted Institution! of s feast of reg>'
Church and then believe In revelation atailon in honor of His s..'
to private
a miserable one. The numbers who and old alike professing not known before but It was and approved by the

have destroyed themselves by nurturing 'Thou shall love the Lord thy God attachment to the Church' the Church which made them made to the Mints. In t hurrh are the revelation. cued Heart.
favour the rich and such our credence or St. Margaret Mary died In
little hurts into large cancerous with thy whole heart and with thy : neglectthe normal features of society matters made by our Lord Jesus to .Kt.
workers and have non hatreds: are legion. whole soul and with thy whole mind care for them." no everywhere. And It would be our Intelligent appraisal Margaret Mary concerning Ions, made public by her
How encountered whole This is hard to name a single! thing devotion to Ills Harped Heart.
often have we and with thy strength.
At our Hyde Park platform of the evidence. If dispassionate spiritual director B I ease! .1 t
individuals whose lives have been made the first commandment. And the sec I heard a heckler to that halt done more to help examination makes it! Devotion to the Sacred Clause de Columblere, de\
nay the the worker than her ln..\U-
miserable by holding on to some bane ond Is like to it: 'Thou shall love thy iKimlnlcan Father Vincent' tenet upon one day s rest In seem certain that Our Lady Heart tan be traced buck as lion to the Sacred Heart r',

less fear or blind prejudice? How many neighbor as thyself.' McYsbb-"Yot. preach to seven. did appear to St Rernadettt far as the 12th: century, but It Jesus spread rapidly. Wifi

parents have taught their children by So saith the Master. the poor but you dine with at Lourden and to the three was not until our Lord's appearance customary caution however,

the rich." Father Vincent six Then why the accusation of children at Fatlma then of to St. Margaret the Church moved slowly.It .

Sacred Scripture feet! of akin and bone, was favouring the rich all agalnnt. course we should be acting Mary that thl devotion beganto was more than a bin.

able to answer "Do I look a* the poor? unreasonably If we refusedto become universally pop. Bred year after .HU Margaret
If I dined with the rlC'h1" believe. Our unbelief would ular.
But Pius XI In the Encyclical Mar's death before Pop
he knew and he stupid but not heretical.We : Margaret Mary Atacoque .
Psalm denounces unjust judges showed he Dlvlnl Redemptorls, speaksof still would remain Catholics PH| \ I, In 17VM gave ofdrlal
knew that there was substance wa horn in France In 1647.
the harm that can be done approval to this. devotion,
r In good standing At the of 21 she enteredthe
In the charge. Let age
us by "an avaricious and selfish granting Indulgence fur lu
y our last two articles ". The two short stanza examine It. convent of the Visitation
I Prlt' t. Put that type otprl..t In practice, of rourse, It I 1'1 practice
saw a pair of psalms ((79! which make up the body of The ('h.. h I"I rare. The commoner not |Possible. for n* to make nuns at riiray.I..Monlal.
the psalm contain God's judge was foundedlijr where she led life of
and 80)) which echoed the Christ to bring complaint I lit that where the a personal scrutiny' of all the a pro Margaret Mary's canonlzj.
Father ment on His unfaithful representallve men to found prayer and severe more Hon took even longer. She:
treg'.c fall of the kingdoms of *. In the first He heaven: that I U her function poor are oppressed! the evldenca pertaining to private tification. Our Lord chose declared Venerable
Israel and Juda. Thl week'spsalm John J. Church authorities are not on revelation. was in
her raloon d'rlre The
asks how long they will per arrungement her to be the apostle of devotion Meta, and finally a Saint ia19JO.
their side There are two distinct
((81)) fits Into the same CatlrlotHe slut In perverting Justice, accepting of the soda! order Even: If we hud the time to Ills Sacred Heart :! .
general picture. For while bribes In favor of for the. gmxl of all M not t lli. element in operation
i and opportunity to do so, not He appeared to her several The Institution of the feast
both kingdom were con rich but criminal clients and hurrh'i. task, but our*. here.First
many of us would have the times, and on on. occasion of the Sacred Heart also
: by Instinct the Church
quered by external force
Assyria and Babylon the real handing down false decisionsto It Is for the citizens, not 1 I. against bloody revolution technical knowledge and showed her His I Heart. came slowly Some Individual

cause of their fall was the the detriment of the poor the Church, to see to it that and Indeed the lesson of hit- training for the tank. Con".. wounded circled with thorns, dioceses celebrated a feast of
judge In the midst of and defenseless In the sec fluently we have to depend surrounded by flames and Sacred Heart
Internal corruption which all men hate their rights. Indeed tory surely I Is that the long- the as earls M
brought down upon themGoo' gala" ond He charge them with. when thing art going term benefits of revolutionare upon the findings of recognized surmounted by a crO '. 1765.: but not until ISM! e,.;

'. righteous wrath. At first sight thcdt words willful Ignorance which undermines well the Church I b remindedof small not to be compared experts whit have madean The burden of oar Lord's permission to celebrate the
the heals of
seem to suggest horizons far very this with some vigor told for Instance, with what the exhaustive lamination of feast extended to the who
me>>** to MU MargaretMary
Psalm HI, a tigurou* denunciation vaster than thoxt of earth. law and order, to keep her place mind her trade union have won lorth.lr all evidence pertaining to sun ge wa the depth of fits' "world with' observance r(

of unjust Judge, But the succeeding verses .\nil hen comes the Irirl- own builneM.. It I I" only when members.The jxwed viilons! and private revelation own love for and III* the feast assigned to the se .

reflect a uliuatlon which flg.ured make It quit. clear that It I II ble rnirnie of the divine the social order breaks down second element I I. not *. hunger fur nl.n. of that and Friday after the feast ."

largely' In the dlnlnlegra* Indeed human judges who Juilgft either a* a whole or In relation a matter of principle but of \\' do well to accept the lore. a return Corpus! Chrlstl. In 1929 the,

lion of the( moral I fiber oft sit. on trial. to the poor and helpless, Individual failure to see the vi rdict of such experts. Thereare feast of the Sacred Heart w'.,<

.od'a people. Not Infrequently the rejuttable "I laId: You are gale, all that the angry question arises situation. In given limes and no person more skepticaland Even as He had wept over raised to the highest! rant.

The prophets" leave no pp leaders of God's people tit you son of the Mont High; what It I the Church doing place the rich can get a harder to convince than Jerusalem Jesus now fJ[. that of a first class feast

doubt on this store For while art called .',uru.." )For In Yet like\ men you shall die shout it* shameful grip- Plus XI

the administration of their and fall, like any prime of "Catholic .
they do not by any meuns exunertt > (1&Tl") :.No Inolllullon In all hi.. speaks employers The backdrop
tht various office they were In one place succeeded In
For men who valued long tory ran match what the
It 1s I truly Ills representatives.He preventing the reading of our
guilt to the leaders that
life as the supreme Meaning, ( hurih has In fart don for
they direct their sharpest| had pet ills nso pit a sentence of premature death the heller living of life here Encyclical: I I Quadragetlmo" Military Latin Reds
Anno In their local churches suppresses
void of correction and
In their charge, gave .them a was terrifying Indeed. .|Hin earth.Part .

11 Ill. hare In Ills Minority, and The psalm end wIth the In big mutter and small we Intellectual .
of It was simply a result ant to Increase product!
The Intrtlhl.tory.r"" ofpaaim peeled them to urns thataHlhorlljr 'author's own prayers "HIM, often whey the principle AMERICAN
of her minding her own having' a hard if he lack farm
11 U this passage: 'God U a<'(' rda.re wish U Ood1.1... the .earth for ChrUt Our l or.l has glees .*. proper equ;:,
w.f.h.\ UU1 nut M\.oylloalxilUh tlmo making up their mind ment. In several counfM
arlsee In the divine awemhly. Ilia I.w.'ath.r yours art all the natkww." 1 '
; Tl.h
slavery or lmj.rothe \ the prlncfpfe' remain what they want In where, land ha* been d ".

.position. of women and and contain the collective to South America. In one breath uteri!, agricultural output e \

Michael' V. Cannon children, but her teaching of our betraval. The worst and they voice alarm over the Jobs C. / tually ha* fallen. Large f

P the value (II every nun what- weakest of us still knows that danger of Red subversion In 0'8a1 Ira owner, uncertain about r I

Minion of Nombrt Ot DioiChtpt6RS sorter a* Immortal made In every man Is Immortal and the southern half of the hem- political outlook contli' .r

(kid's Image and redeemed by made In God image and that (sphere; In the next they condemn antiquate farm. method i

llirtot, gradually rendered' Christ died for him, any move by the mill stead of vetting In moilti{
) 111 l lanlxtsaibie| slavery sod the That I Is the only view of tary In a Latin American julpment.(

trttjlmertt of women and children man that make every man country to suppress communist .
qRoaia Fear of
a tit
.. Inferiors.Certain an object of rwpect simplyfor conspiracies of Argentina saw that a by
\ catholic history other thing she JH strong peronlsla communists usually In collu
being a man. In no other The United State admlnl communist lion with ambitious poUtl-

- -- ----- ------- were itellberately alm vi' at Is there any abiding! hope for t rat km ls now being criti combination fostered by Pret- clans Interested
aerial evtlii huapltjU wereprattlriUly man. And only Christ: deer) by the Intellectual for !latent Frond!, was about to only In main
bapier MyHf The primary task of the In trying military rlrmra taming their power h...
her tnveniicn., M Church giin it to us. its speedy recognition of the take over the country Thll'mlltt.y
parish I'rlett at thla time Will Hanrra In Mime wa). the .. worked against the succe-<
; fanclnallng ofJL called
(uune Ilrasllfctn for support orantl.c..tro
to minister/ to the familial |parish' Prle, .!*' l lot tta more _. military cllq"II he) of the Alliance for Progress
the Franciscan mission action the Or-
Stepvedl In to check the drift by
garrisons. This wa a full dink'ill |.h... thai of his Je.sell In anticipation of expropriation
SN stem should not cause UI to Question>} boxSomber toward coromunUm under ..nIIo1U n of American States.
time Job since traaulMaa native capital leaves the
particularly or r" alerparts -
ln.e IIi|hi of the true pioneer Preaklent Jnao Guulart.U a poaltlon 'ivored' by the
the 8tnUh l eatah country for safe haven
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clei IN of Kloilila, the secular I'niled Stales and oppnxed by
or dlmenan and parish ll hed. by Menendet tl<- A vile\ It U worth remembering thoughts for the .U.t M year* Ida .',ondlal. They alto were determined abroad and American capital,

Priest. at Rt Auiiuatlnt and otherpoints that St. Au utli\t ,itself WM dayin HracllUr mlllury has movedlot. to prevent a return frightened by Castro's expropriation

Although not on the coastline of I.a no (ltll., 80 pm'r wee Us the political' arena ... r>f Peren whj ha Mid that If p In Cunt and seizure

romtntalonrxt' to work primarily Florida, were situated at Inhabitant that without an June relate to death several I occasions' (. keep. the he regained power the he.xl* in the HraztlUn state of Rio

the Indian tht secular among great dUlanrr" from each nwal .subvention. from Mea* ......,r' fiver Jr.erllag demorrary of a minion Argentines weuklroll. Grande Ill) Sul and elsewhere,

J'II.-I. "U.I ctMislderablt, mlaslunniy other requiring the Prltat* Ito hey tvukl ....ull havesurvived. q. I ... a ronvert Sure J. ItH.I, I came a
work and at Nombrt to undertake frequent aivl I''''. limM )ou .please| edsIse l Hlblh-al seine which has bern The l.ttrvei.in of the tunes

arduous journey, \\'hen thee auhakllet. sometime M* .. l* ..ervk.. II.! ra'41 I .pu...IIH. ( Me, | refer U4|. military la Argentina So long si the threat cfcwMBUAlst
dt I>lo* (1St. Augustine they One was
am Ike .5e .. lak .( Mark C. 44 ..! may not aopruve of or extreme lefilatgovernmeitu
failed care
to arrive, owing Uvkera .
had been the sole ml aU>narle* They were 1II1.to".fl.l I UIkelr (the pua4Uon taken bv thtrirs.Uan ttmrmry and tile rMantry I*
to Mprtk the .huMet1 mr |IHM| Iia.h4il), Our I* a their worm die nut, cud lk. now hock continues, the
to the Tlmucuans ll'''e.nIXiA ens rtfjfct" d.ilai. the* M the I'IN4. to J--
and the arrival Itt the early jenr*. an,. It I. tree, t'f officials ....tUI'I.. with mlvr4 ....n""' ... I 15.. Vr, fire I I. sot jae-Mked." U kj. | the r"1' of PT folowtng. .......(,. Alliance for Progre will\
'M klntQiMdrai make
!.a br UM '. rest I. I ,, tits 1 .* slow rwtrfway. This
vi arrln-j Kun: t .in nation. weplrac alkalksfr I. ''or. wkltk I* Iwko
ullt under father I. .Ike !I.
J. kvilmaillf
| asan *. much suffering ro .HM.>.. I he IhUt llt-tl a i,rlie ....Ito.! .. dUH .
but l 10.1
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] Milted I .In the ptomwrm settle. .<. tnt| i vvlU' I..'.... c.... that It refer* U a soul) U Their obrrti WM to the... mllltarr sated (;'Mlemalavrler ->t* em'. Uttn American

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M. J. a r.ttoiM deekapwcnl In ... ..... ...... .II.... military'
Murray hi to e.tl In the ..... aurrww. alhollr. !I. an ..-Jrrt4er'aHiiK I. I he action lit Bia/il In
A. Interestingly you quote favor of rosjMminlnsi Then Ileml.pt.re.In rhif' cf democ .
Nil pvrllMM. wW.. A"Hlutli o | >r? We lisp e. r lakes jt governnier -
the low of St. Mark
vtre sIJoafffi ae the
Strange but true ,,e MMlthNi| the town wan U Ik* (alkwlto tk.rt-:* .In which the word lnaca4 MW. fro mlllury...... t.lotxlte retainPP the ..'1,. VHOf' so .1|<<. ;t.

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by irvwm offklals .MJtaMf. CMhoist ., Uu undm t,,kr..'spsurlHr owe QWifrtltniHy tr UMla>- .. ba
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carries -------
monstrance in

Troubled Rwanda gets

Corpus Christi

processionBy papal diplomatic ties

James C. O'Xeill arches of the Palatine Hill
Rome VATICAN CITY (NO) The Holy See has estab-
(XC-Pope) Paul VI marked the first Corpus picked out the backgroundwith i id ig ii
Christi feast of his llahed diplomatic relations with Rwanda. I'ope Paul VInamed
reign by carrying a heavy monstrance breathtaking sudden
300 yards through the streets of Rome bareheaded and no... Pope Paul placed the i Archbishop Vito! Robert) aa first Apostolic Nuncio

deep in prayer despite a sudden scurry of ram and monstrance on the altar and to the African repuouc. charges and Mid hU re-lg: a-

awarmint"----0 crowds. knelt during the tinging of The ArthhUhop hi. been lion and the expulsion of t1;a

The rocH lon on \l.iM caps. which are also of medie- the Tantum Ergo. H* Incensed nuncio to neighboring Burundi white Fathers lead been tie-

round the edge of the Circus 'al origin Immediately pre.ceeding it and completed the ritualof which used to be ad-l lmlnlitered inanded In dispatches to the
the Pope were hundred Benediction except for the
Maxlmus Vatican from the Rwanda
a gigantic oval lolntly with Rwan guy
of Rome's In bleating.Before.
which pastors ernm.nt
was the
major chasuble: carrying candles. d* by the nel< sports stadium of ancient proceeding with the In Swtaa pubiicatlon', the
Just a. the line February 11. 1MJ I
Rome was the longest and group ble_I.g. the Pop lamed and \\ hU. Fathers were acne' i oil
moving around the stud and has been apiwtoHc delegate .
n-ost Imprewlxe of Massing buah knuo a.1:
seen in Rom fared a Urge replica of a Nat
since the body of Pope flue ium. a sudden but brief squall o. the far side of the sladinui' tn' the Congo (l IAIOllu"| "lil, inatchln>xa Intended l forting ,

XII was borne through the of rain broke But the great to addre the crowd rule! ) line February t* of fires. of \killing n.lt.! 1and

city after Ms death at Cartel- crowd hardly moved and. des the sam aaaiatlng In rape as well

gandolfo (In 1954 Pop Paul) pit. the quick drenching Paying tribute to the city year a* surrendering a IWtIr.. .;t

reestablished a cuatom when most stayed for the full ceremonies fathers taking part In the Rwanda has re. enlljr beenInvolted to terrorist rip""' ''.

h. carried the float around ritual and particularly to thedly' 1 la anlM'alhollr at-
youth, -th flower and: Th.u'hhhh"p said the
the Circus Maximus .h he carried the three-ami- lark l In t. ( Tin | rharr.aialnal rharte. were Invented bjr
Not since the time of a half-foot ......tn DC'.. Top the hope of our city h* hailed .. ",, 'f' \\l.ll.. lather, atwort IMO "rnnnlng and .....11..1.l >u.
Pop ceremony as magnificent "
Plus IX 100 Paul kept hl_ eye ra.t dow. \:2": there, JunrnalUl,** who he said I
)"IIr ago ha a religious function celebrated ..' ,
Pope been thief and showed hIm.elf deep Upra "' Here. the principal| | ,sources ufIhe
mlnMrr of out of doors under the I "
the Corpm IhrlMl prore*..ion l >er. vesper skies of spring and In lit k 'f 1tcfktf SwIaaNirn. Arthbinhop" An rhitrae, and who had

her*. He the t die ."rt.udbof Kabitayt.Itwanrla beenj aided bjr a !*, Ml.. delegated <
seemed completely/ unaware place which speaks of > $' 4
spoke out it June
a t. "..M'U.A..hh&ahop .
... ,.' ;., '. by
The papal procession form of the tight crowds of long fOnt Imperial glories. .'...J .. ..,..:<> .......... i ti *-\tOn ":.'.r. ... rf ,1 1 |>r...a conference In here I ,
Priests, escorts and Vatican Noting that the Eucharist ,
.d it the ancient Church of llerland against the I'errautlln stM!
officials who all but hid him l II the "bread of Heaven forth
:t. George In Velabro and Corpus Christi the seven deokratlons' on rat*

moved through the so-called from general lew. Nor did Pilgrimage on earth the relations\ made, l by Rwanda.

Arch of Janus Quadroons, h* seem to notice the rain or divine" food for human hunger For the first lima In a century a at he carried the Hoat around the Priests named to Catholic Hlahops show cle.itly !'
the wind which the Pop said that the
on. of ancient Homes four. whipped at Pope walked the street1 of Rome carry Circus Maxtmus. The Holy Father of they have done' their dutyIn
the eight poled above KucharUt: 1t not longer
canopy any the 17
square arches built to shelter him a difficult dogma which Is at log the monstrance In a Corpus Chrlstlprocession. flciated at IVnediction cf the Most consultors postson Catholic urging population per of cent the!

people. attending market days.St. It was night by the time the plnacl of our religiouslife Pop Paul VI 1s pictured Blessed Sacrament country to ...ft'...* J'II''i a
George's I U about 15(10
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the Pope reached the temporary but It Is the luminous liturgy unit anti. charily
year. old and houses the banner .
altar Golden lights which truth It Is the focal point The According to the Antibl>
and lane of St. George, new apostles
illuminate the ruins and which projects rays of light IY.Ia111YlTtet'1: .fa aerial movement ai-' .
a Byzantine soldier.
Thousands not only on theology and history hour United Slate* Priest. .. In Rwanda between I'd', : a .l

and thousand and the destinies of Urn. have been named| by Pope In which th* m.II'i "i iealM I'
of Pontiff fells of
laymen seminarians and Gives life to read of hateR
Priests filed slowly the and the world, but lino on stop so Paul "lid the .poMrutMKtlwnmlna4iw for tN fall of the t')' I
ruins Order of Holy our own Individual 1 selves, on on the liturgy, fsrMl sy lvn of ecnnomv I In.ddllkn.
of the
I palace* of the our own Individual souls." ca.; .. l). ''''".r th! "I with thou who had l to home all of you I the national liturgical' rat he acid the 1u".l
indent Caesars on the Palatine Sepulchre's aim THERE was so much hate |Moulei, | from their an ant purmit this mail uo"uC'e .....1W'f her has l I.*rneriTke irt' ,,. which. formerly' hell. the
Hill, which skirts the Pup Paul strewed that .
.lonary could feel rit hnriMt* and took up their! any longer tare thee px mw.r was tnrtnff lo win tIt
great flat ovaL It took an vitirHIT on while (Catholic, embrace fssr, who will sere e a. |
it In the air atouml him like ru < T hour and forty minutes for Pope Paul VI has toM partlrlpants hat !I. .I.MrharM: .hi.I. ros.utnr. l.. the romml..lnnlit .
fog or heat or rain. II hatevoked. rev i" tr ag.lnt th! Mtmlent gii he.mt. to >uur ownprajvrr. the t'nar party H. said t' e
element of the In the International I. Mill .. .
only beginning.
procession to a .. strangely enough, vt i," hail remainedRevenge rnarl l |lemenllng| Cathulte HiahrifM "warned
move by before the great meeting of the Knights and Ih. a tm.ai.. ..1 r*>..tll.. t..n-
Jenus Is present and Jesus out of a pursuit of free*****. someone threw a reek against the kmajerrt lit">a-
white ind gold canopy over Dames of the Order of the llinllon. oit the lll.rgr .'.
I I. hidden bex-aua He wish. ** and though it* runts were pieMica sought Then another And Mill the lion at the lime4
the Pope emerged at the far Holy Sepulchre\ In Horn that .Irtkabhwl>>" Itembert. .....
to stir up In u* these arts ) It had now branchednut cry "Kill him" Kill Mm"Fatlwr In ".. own Lenten r-.t"t ". <*
end of the Circus to begin the 'auhe. \ generous", miliunt adhesion \1".I"me walking atone at .....1 KH.ll, and vnlkee. r't"4erhk -
thane virtu** and thc merits Into the area of roHKion.ami sakU ".'II right letter of IMtt, the' Arl"l..h"t". > i It
long slow walk around the to the Church ls the 'it. "t',....... r'alker, .
night wetee* hasten an laoitctel .
which will make u. one day It hl floweee |I. *. vlo- up than You have wore hr aid .* hal warn! that the"
stadium and down to the altar best reason for the nrdwsejrUlence ....-.. MoatoiN ........ wee rarvarkeri l.mllie, | Ulekmrs.I1.M.N, ass
worthy of seeing Him, worthyof Kill .Hut .east national atruttur anolIII
la kilt' NM> at
kxated In the center. and Its highest I Betel Moaknn. ientet'afined lathe, Jokn II. Miller t'.* I .
of merit and enjoying Him In the full TW mlMlon Mallon af father a M n. pt.,.,* for H." eMl' iMvktton. W land errsnot >

Ten. of thou..ass. .f Rom. glory nose of HM sad IH.." Herman' rUiMrhacrt (U were nH em ftr.. ThM Its knelt and. l...*n u N' A".hhtt \V-akiarnl. I he rArtnaMurt healthy situation.

all- filled the gra'y hunk. of The ...,ntl..r*, meeting U At the end of Ma If.minuteSech. a ileltTten Priest was clew to h.......) rtHallatotl, atrterf. frejtiently his "nrayr, *. Th anent of llllJuh>> at .,. Vhf "7ti*>n a revolution rice.

the Kadlum, and the barricaded the order's l'aU.e .( the Holy | the Potty rained the the hostler ..f I India sad KastPaklaUn :: by other MnskMMwho nick. ram sisal th* mlaatonary rant ArehaMirv In l I.alruhe shout," tw said "after m n y

pare* around the altar ""Hepulrbr half a bU. k from monslranr and ble-naed t h.crowd. .. hl4'" prarUraUy had snakei aeruna thebonier fell evtH dwl. Th f.n'wil. l nnaytvnla, ami edltiiT ,.< wasted. wsmingn, from we)hid i )

A* s iiertarle, the proces.los .... Peter''", ., were led by I:.. After diverting' tittf''f'IYf'd put him In the dliect Un of from lust: takUun laIVOVM shorhed. at ru.lf, went quiet. It.MIlt portion, for tti. the country is.. re'.vrln<<<

was InpreMlte.It gen Cardinal TUaeranl various dignitariesuntil fir*. a huger attack .... then 'Uf'Mt1 t and hurrt'
began with Boy Soout grand Matter of the seder. he WM driven hack to Eros ....,1.. taw, ,.,..,. The iHuaiW\ v>.r..nnl went away 'Mr' McMsnua. S.1. S- pee.hlerct "_...,"%*.,.*v*-.,-""-
the Vatican.New had bee. coming arm** the --.a" Father told hi N..i day many .PMIB*. rf the lliurgtoal coetfet
troops of Rom followed by Pop Paul urged the Othtilto: "Yeu Visual not do Deadlines
: ram W Ih* mlanlon ehureritu U !" '.*." flf eanniitaw
hurder from .:*.t ...1.... to **M* s '
Catholic their
men's parish organisations knights to intensify lay honor ..rap. religions. pe..erath.. these} thing You are ta Uw* view the I'tlet lyiwi at the r.th>tie fnlvrtlynt : "... ....... ..... .., .a,..

from every perish In love for the Holy Places, to ...4 Katkv 1'- ....... had your enemy, you are to fueliv there. (AvrUUnM. .nm*. Illodes AlfltYha .....W t...b. "tk* *ta.W* INb
then works of religion IKA (:>1') "'.n. .- ... .. ,
the city Then wares of R. promote trwwe who Harm you mmf il a. MIN lka M 4 t
tlglout In their distinctly education and ch.rltl.to \kus Cardinal Konlg fit.h tried .. help them gel Milled )thi Ire lo turn lit. other Mwlsw\ .. ,"- Anhidchop. 'aljjf IMeI UU". .... _._ ae..M _... .a.
the of |'M 'lie ._._
.. their new lire. gvvern .1 ronferente eked.wt. .. M 0e -11 ear >
habits and ancient confraternities Intensify their effort for. na has treated a new Church cheek This I I. the law of ytwirrellffen. (It..k.< awl. they ad .**.***! that Mid pre M 155 ,........ .'''''" ..._
and archconfraternltles the spiritual and bodily...- order tlulvely fur Uymen The problem was this: and it t* greater ,than. Father lUMfhaeH wa trulya .l's of the| th.uAgyrkiae1w ..ee0.eeeeteeee.ee.N.NieeaDaytona

in medieval cot turn* carrying fare of the people! of Paler The decoration, named forth When Pakistan wa part of the lair of any I......" mariyr.In .i er, litl Jphn'e PnleerpNy '
(cw..U'-' Minn
elaborate crucifixes flowed tin., thus giving them the chief patron of led Vienna India Moslem, Hindu sndChrlatUns nut It .... tea tale Tn. BeachPRINTING
of cathedral, the protomartyr fhiltUn. l..., k" ha4artirke Sala. aft) ...... vt \\'or.III"! >
slowly pa>t most splendid testimony lived peacefully .bias af hate eouH not fc. e*
which the St. Stephen, will\ have three .) kt. III. !. |.-*>le. lIhwe msn.Falhel.
love with
The papal 1 raMp wat born the sale by shI In this teacart UII"' ....... hater wwiloAd.
by lime lnl: ,. 'erl'T students ChiUivh: cares for the sslvitton classes, gold stiver and but now Psklatan. had bcaMa .hew It wool NMt. wh were ..,...".... Ia Will'** U Illuegsa.leditor. l lW

of .11 bronx ( Moslem I kw kl. *.,.|. IK* t..,.......' tiMil.; .
wea; .r:1 i: fie'r! 1 bag peaked a Indefimilenl. On a4trm at last March

itat. and the rights of II in. rather w M ai his ajlaaloitket .H. has. aim died .. prrMut ...dim nM fewtdee anal *ilii.., t..... fr.M asi Oll..t
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fJ The Horids Catholic, Friday: June 1?, 196i

commemorates 8th centenaryof ;fV Sharing our treasure

Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris

Church's philosophy wins

PARIS (NC) -The 800th birthday of Notre Dame counted from the central

cathedral was celebrated with five days of splendor in altar of Notre Dame. It is w a.y I

still the pulpit which echoes student to accept tenets
which President Charles de Gaulle participated in both
most serous the borders
the opening and closing Masses sung by the personal widely
the teaching of its illustrious
representative of Pope Paul VI. converts are won by
Paolo Cardinal Marella, a former apostolic nuncio to good example of I'
Cardinal Feltln noted that
France, came from Rome as papal legate for the cen Catholics than by any other '.
all the Pope, one after an
It I to the upright virtuous
tenary. The celebration was actually a year late. It had other have multiplied their : a Mr cause.live of Catholics which, Father __ f.

been planned for 1963 but was postponed because of the homage and visits! to It since + first kindle the interest of John .t, P;

death nf Pope _John__n_ _YYTIT___n'_ civil authorities In the Cathe.d the time of Pope Alexander outsiders in the Faith. Once

At the cloning solemn Mans III. Including Paul VI, "'glo- with O'ISrietheart
ra I square recently renamed 1 they begin to Investigate
ung by Cardinal Marella on to honor the memoryof Howdy resigning today 1 "e open minds they are already -

May .11, the ancient churchwas the late Pope John XXIII and the brilliant leaders Plus well on their way toward theChurch's .
XII and John XXIII" All / ti-
filled by a congregationwhich door.
who had al!o been an apo- open
included seven other toile nuncio to Part three lulled the cathedral be. for Interior peace and

Cardinals from five countries Cardinals fore being elected Pope. Hence carry Catholic run happlneMi.
Bishop prelatesand
and Sergei Vlnogradov. soviet of the openingof .. help to win a soul fur
representatives' of the The morning Chesterton' states the cat

ambassador to France, along entire nation at the centenary the centenary celebration, (hriot. admirably when he says;:

with members of the French celebration heard Maurice 20000 children of Paris This Is Illustrated in the 'There is no end to the div

government and representatives Cardinal Feltln of Paris gathered, half Inside the conversion. of Father Ray solution of ideas, the destruction

of the city council thank Pope Paul for having cathedral and half In the I mond J. Nogar 0.P.. a professor of all tests of truth, that

Pope Pan! hlm.elf de emphasized' the special place square to receive Commu a in the Dominican House has become possible since

llvered a pedal radio met. Notre Dame holds In the nion at a Maw offered by Car- of Studies River Forest, men abandoned the attemptto

sage from the Church of HI, hearts of Frenchmen by vend dlnal Marella at which Car- Illinois who relates thee Influences keep a central and civilized

I/oul. of the. French In Rome, ing his ambassador. dlnal Graclas presided and in his life: Truth, to contain all truths

Noire name auxiliary Bishop Jacques Le Christian and trace out and refute all
a I was reared a
(Noire Dame) I.l the moat
Cordier of Paris preached, rev CTH. t
par Jewel of Gothic art, an beautiful masterpiece ever Graclas'presence Scientist and attended its errors. Since then each group
to Cardinal
Image of the men who built It wrung from alone to be offered "at a time when all services, testimonial meetIngs has taken one truth at a timeIn
turning it Into a false
wllb enthanljmm. and Sunday School, and
*. n tribute of veneration the
India Is In mourning at
hood. We have had nothingbut
sold copies of the Christian
Cardinal Marella celebratedthe to the \lrgln. be aald. death of (Prime Minister
movements or In other
Science Monitor At the University
Cloning Mais at a specially "It has borne witness to the Jawaharlal) Nehru. of Michigan I met a words monomanias. But the

erected altar facing the 10of .'r8 nre. It has been<< Notre Dame cathedral was graduate student In biology, Church is not a movementbut

main body of the congrega the people's refuge In days of built mainly in the early 13th Boleslaus Bujak who combined a mf.'etlng.place. the trystIng .

tlon. President de Gaulle, anguish and distress. It has century: under Archbishop deep Intelligence with -place of all the truths In

newly recovered from major marked so well the heart of Maurice de Sullly, the son of virile piety and an apostolic the world.

surgery, had a chair of honor the nation that the length of a farmer from the valley of spirit. At informal meetingsof Since the Church has the

directly In front of the altar.Prehent all the highways of Frame is Loire students he stressed! the answer and the only rational

at the cloAln Maw and satisfactory answer toall
need for a coherent Intelligent
Here Valerian Cardinal Grarias Mourn Pope John on and satisfying philosophy my deepest questions

of Bombay, Joseph Cardinal of life. there was only one logical

Fringe of Cologne, Mau. thing to do: seek admittance

rite Cardinal Feltln of Paris anniversary of death Notre Dame de Paris from left bankThe was I didn't such a think thing,that but Boles-there 1 Into her fold After a thor

Aihllle Cardinal Llenart of ough course of Instruction!
lau had found It
Lille, Paul Cardinal JlUhaud lly Jaunt C. O'Neill majestic Cathedral of Notre ernment Tourist Office photographfrom in the Catholic evidently religion. from Father Phllomen Merrillat

of, Bordeaux and two who VATICAN CITNC( ) Pope John XXIII was sol Dame de Paris, with the 800th anniversary the left bank quays directly St. Thomas Apostle Churchin
iiompanled Cardinal Mar .l. I came to know himbetter Ann Arbor I perceived
of its founding celebrated on across the River Seine. ,
mourned the first of his death
emnly anniversary
<'lla from Home, the Spanish on
I dl'lt'UI'Pr..d that It still more clearly the divine
horn Anxelmo Cardinal Altered (June :3)J) in St. Peter's basilica by Pope Paul VI, 21 Car. May 28, is depicted in this French Gov ".. hU strong Catholic f
a OS.II. and Lulgl 1 Can- dinals and thousands of Hint provided him with rational which Christ established

n.il, Traglla the Pope's pro Catholics. liy the diplomatic to the I Holy corps See and accredited Pietro Valilonl, who and hud Dr.cared PlctroMassunl for Value of time Sends greetings answers to life's problem for the salvation of all

vie ir general for Home. .
St Peter's was dark M .*. men.. I was baptized and received
by members of his him his final lltONTON Ohio :\ '
during (
Illness ( )
The -
owning' of the _
part thousands waited for the memorial I.OTT.tt'.tM India (1CPope : ) first Holy Com
flvp-er.nonally Meanwhile" in Pope Johns Bishop. John K. Muiwia of Paul VI has lent "greet It was this which first munion.my

gun at an evening Maw on home town of llergamo In SiueU-nvllle has warned' kindled my Interest in the
Cardinals entered I and took high I joined the Third Order of
in of
ings brotherly glad.nNII"
at a tymUilic catafalque warm
2fl northern Italy! a petition Catholic religion. At the university
May at which Cardinal Ma.
plate without ceremony school
graduates that one of St. Dominic because of its
sanctuary signed by 50WX( ) to the new Jacobite
rolls presided and President personsasked I began to perceivethat
Only after they were, the apostolic nature and spirituallife.
cle Gaulle attended. In their places" did the ('hantlvllern .U 7 a.rn that surfing the for the beginning of prime dangers faring Catholkos of the East' on the Christian Science though But it was not enough
them In the future ls
The t'ardlnallrjat. was of the 'ha UUii hltxe IVl'e bail none privately tothe his heatlfkutlon c-uuxe misuse occasion of his consecration professing to be Christ's

greeted at Orly airport the with !light. At 10-ao:: a.m, the (Millitea. of $t. 1'.1.,'. and \t HerKunio Ml.h"|i (lent of leisure time. here, and several Roman teaching I L' neither Christiannor Wanting to dedicate. 1II'.arnll..l

evening before by Foreign .iltereil M.... altar scientific Its teachingsare to study and
elrbratil. Giovanni Cardinal at an near role < a Affairs Minister Maurice Urban) of Venice entered the tusk of hU prrdrees"or. relied the VMUMk-nmn p..lllion arbitrary subjective and preaching I became a Dominican
given man more time for himself ceremonies
(uuvt( de Murvlll on behalf dad in a white miter and a aoklng for "01'. J..ha' devoid of any supernatural Prlent.
Many Masses were offered end leisure time \..
of President IH Gaulle, and l black-ami gold ro|*. heal It......I..*. must The. new Catholics, metro- diameter.
later honored by Church and Lastly the I'uL".t vel. throughout the morning In +. proiUM-ttrv r.thr than'an .*- jolllun.:of the Keralacvnterwlchurth Like many seniors I wanted How can I ever thank God
; (
the grottoes by the late rape'sfriends The petition;; hd f ii-en; ftr> CUM to do nothing for the precious grace of faith
walking/ illenfr seal without of India and second' In satisfactory answers to
and collaborators, .lit ganlznl, by the tethers L/ the and the sublime vocation of
of the fanfare that. commarvl the question concerning Immortality
Oriental Kiteneimrsted
any A I I. t Cardinal "LrUure time serving as Christ's ambassador
eluding: m o Sacral Heart of lierganto, a must nut -
DUKESSTEENFUNERAL usually! attends his p rtlclM-| from Roman CatholtrUm mans moral responsibility
Cht>gnanl, |lli'llIIl| I secretary of congregation of Priests founded mean doing nothing" he asks among men? My best
and the
tlon In public ceremonies.Wearing since the tIlh century, meaning and
slate Muiimlgmir Loris Capo thanks offering will be to
HOME ; by the late Hlhop hello
white miteruiul "It must mean Rtui>>ll101of purpose of human existence.
a plain WM ruruiKTsteil<< :22
on May by
,III... Pope Johns ixlvaleMret Te l.Mhl of llefjfSBMu whets make film better known, andloved
110 s.. Florida Ave. a Ili.e| of rrimrxHi, a radial. tad heart In the things the ihurch' head Ignatius Holeslaut showed me that
and Monsigiiwr. and share HU life-
ltgk John his
was secretary
MY Ml21 Laitltnd lulur specially renewed! fur Giovanni IttHicalU his nph The Priests ewwltler' the law that nwtter It .Is Just as lmpxrkssM Mar Jatkooh III, patriarchof the Catholic Church has a giving truths ""Itlmcny;
|Miiul| mounting, he took hklplace ..tntkeh.AugiWln. rational and satisfactory anewer
w. Pontiff a co-founder The |wtlttoo. to phm for the others
on a throne nor the to all theM great question
rhHor living the which igiie uses tot your letsure time
altar. The Hwiss UuaHs acv grottoes was iiy as CkniinU Km S.J. *.
uinpunylng him wore black PutI I Paul' ht a large candle all MUhops t* the Hersuniu' It .Is to plan for your jUt Uiv Vatican helld of the netreUrtnt lEACH MEMORIAL

h<.Imeu! with red plumes.After which h he "hud sent there the region and by more than .NOPrtMts. preparedness s. the" only fr promoting Chrfattkanunity \t M. HKieMl, I read CHAPEL

the M...., .attemlmlW lwy adore and retlle! the JIIIrlah sill I U i Ir., thing to worry about biy' oummualcated the Mime of the works .f Helloc.Iheklerton ... ......... ..... M*.lift
piavvr. 1* rtiifumttii Meal warded, to the 1'..tl.nn i ..r The Bishop" pike to the grail. |v pe greetings to Due. ('..thII Kneed and Daw.,

...i greeted varlum re>latMvt ) > iiiiulitarrutloii h> the
M L' P"i* John an well as I>t gallon Of Itltro. tcittral High Sthuul here Mled the craving of mjr In MEMORIAL. CHAPEL

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'7 The norlth Catholic, Friday: June n. 19M!
minority observes Senegal

firsts in triple anniversary rites Sports comment

... h _
irslxntc, N'IIt'JalC,:; ) -A French Cardinal the superior St. Louis, and despite prom Governing shift seen

general of the Holy Ghost Father, and prelates Lees to the contrary kept I lu

from many African nations gathered here at the end of French Catholic settlers from possible for baseball

May to take part in ceremonies commemorating three practicing their religion. i

major anniversaries In Senegal's Catholic history. Fiesta returned to Franc r.r progreiulvei' (tI

Joseph Cardinal Lefebvre of Bourses presided at the and told the government of BASEBALL any existed

ceremonies marking the centenaries of the establishment the plight of the Catholic col. either) are sriilng ready to Jo. lW1lianls

of the Senegambia apostolic vicariate and the ordinationof onUU In St Louts A French roll the ancient statue quo .

the first Priest in Senegal as well as the 50th anniverwry fleet with which Father de Into surgery and perform a

of the founding of the Clicourt called was sent toSt. .nallal" face-lifting operation. tires
first mission in
the Kaolack Louts and retook It from
.........-,:- ---.--"----. a Look for the** things to
F"ycacGwrY. the British in 1779. The tan / tpu'atl''llOlnt 'L
been slow| lircause! of poor rp happen:
Highlight of the 4
celebra. Father de Qlicourt
health year was ie-
conditions oppositionfrom .;ntlre administrate machlnerv .
lions were the ordination of named apostolic prefect of 1
colonial authorities and under one roof, name

28)) and the consecration of anew Jorlty of the people. was entreated to the Holy the two league presidents' Oh yet. I ulm..,t f> rgot.

church In >K: olack (May Progress speeded' up some Ghost Fathers.A the minor' chief UKUtlAhandonlMn \... Another resident "r the f. >

31) by Cardinal Lefebvre. what following World War I, period! of conflict bet*'eenmlasloners \ of the ays> lly home will l ho a t, l' ,,11 i! >q: ""I I

and a historical and folklore but conversions: have been and colonial official tern which tealgnatea unvpirei public! relation expert

fethal In Dakar Llberte fewer than In other African followed. M Senegal con. by league affiliation. "Horn of the kn,.CN;;;, w.*

stadium. area where Islam Is not tinued to shift between Brit- No, longer will there be Amri st are Juntlfteii" a spoke
strong tart and French cuntroL \\'hen man admitted ve t.rday.
Another new rhnrth 4 > 4n League umpires and National
European. Influence here Franc regained It after the 4 ,,. Others arcnL In such cases
dedicated here by ArrhbNhop .. i. Ieajrue umulrea. OnlYumlI
)luf.II..bYrt. CJ Jp, Healy goes back to the lath century Napofeonk wan In 1916, not ---- -- ,,", period. Atatsjned. bya I bwlleve w* are entltleil to(

Ghoul superior genrral and when a thortlhed trading one Priest was Min the Vatican World's Fair chief uprvlaor, alao work' I.. heard This will bet one I

former ArchbNhop pout was net up by a French country. pavilion the out of tin new h .ball.. ef the main re ii"intt"i I'Ses!
of Itakar.Sen.al. p- -- ------
man. Jean Prunaut In the Th Holy Ghost Priests center, they will official In of the new man "
a former French middle of the next century who then urMI to Senegal More than half million valors; per of the total number of f !rgocrs etch both !league*. This. radical decision, however ,

colony the sire of Nebraska Portugueee ships \lsited the could do little( outside Guns week now enter the Vatican Pavilion 1ft"f'k'If'W the famed marble statue cf Kxtenslon: ff the reluctant to get In tune
on Africa's west coast, is a area, founded a trading settlement and St. Louis where they (above) at the New York World's the Pieta by Michelangelo, en levin to .l ner'* apparatus to Include with th* Jet age was f1ott.Iatd. I

predominantly Moslem country on loin, an Island In served as chaplains to the Fair, according to Monsign,r John J. the Vatican Pavilion from SL Peter's a rea.ty-at. .hand, t permanent >' .. In all probability, by

of 3.1 million Ith a Catholic the mouth of the Senegal 1 French.In Gorman, director. Nearly" 4vr: \ cent basilica In Rome. aihtiMirv enmmltte comprU Increasing ('omlltltlu"n for

minority of tome IbO.ouo.: liUer and tried unsuccess* 119, the Sisters of St. '..".. .......... .,..u.. ._........._.- .-...-ft.-...........-....- the shunts dollar. Uaahalt.!I
While the Church has been fully to concert the people. Joseph of tinny arrhe! ant 2.6 million view and a club owner named at may still tie the nati"nal

present off and on In Senegalfor Islam had teen Introduced In set up schools and ho,i4UU."' Pope Paul praises personal random for temporary tenure.Maas game but its clear to all It

500 years or more, mainly the 11th century by Moslems Three yarn .later, their found; Vatican no longer ha the field to< Itself
through a small number of from neighboring Mauritaniaand rest, lUesMnl. Ann Marl pavilion frinrhU! .hlfl.. Mil.WDMltee Pro football\ rat tng.

mlMlonariet In coastal nettle had won many converts.In Javouhy. came to Senegal for discipline set up in sports |lr*.r. In ,Manta. .110) golf even pro ttaskett -NMV; tnltKItore( pear definite In 1WX .UKInfrle have bane booming tpecUoUlarly. !
menu, mission progreM has a twoyesr.ay during which
I7M, "Senegal was mad. than 2(II rn 1IIkNl>t'f'llOn' tneU In .Hh. .rlMit. And twaebiill tltet\J-
she founded a large plantation ATIC.VN CITY (NC:) -The Church pa.tlcularly a.1.!
an *"p Molic prrfrrliir bjr lb. .
\bilted. the Vatican PartHoa .'*hrlm. In IMMI!, illtlit. IIrtUHe **. ..... ha* ben nhrmkt!'g,
Holy "Sre. to prorld work for mires sPorts| when they are .< I I. MfNllljr" wf th. alarmingly to In the Aine< i>
CLEARWATERTOM'S African and launched a planto In the first 40 days of the of moral' force which can make tht'f1"a
The BritUh retained the \merlmn I.| .*... club' mix.Uf ran league when e\tn the>
send Beneiialene students '
other main Sengaleae .w'urk Worlds > town to study fur the Prlestnawl Inratlti. .
Three $.neg.Mae I show hit slightly With three<< words IV|'(* l'au11 summed up the I... hop Rip \'JIL Wink\ \ !
Thee subjects will h
NN.N44.44444N.N4eNMoving Church attitude toward "It'rta] for an International auil'. woke up In tiin*.
were ordained under her plan mine Than freer out of Mrrjrla pkired. at length, derlafctiv
but none In Senegal.. The first !lon.e of beyele rkleri who are t.klnll..rt| in the annual
SHOE ? 'I'l lloi la ih fair bite teacherf and ratified. at a wl-

to be ordained her was Fa. I..ne through the \ .111'." .\* i our or Italyrace.. raw'h a* to litfu* visor arvlnutitlitv 'vat meeting of the an lug l e1

REPAIR w..n ,'..I 1, f .. ,4 "Tb.INId. ther Uulllaum Jnu.a In 1MM hIMl and( tlrHeil MldirUn. v, the same Urn. h* depi aa VIMI, do -. and .league flub owner. later. (In*

The Flaett la 8fr,lr* rclkclta-. .1..1. ",hu... annlvemary was celebrated arks" iU. ..1 lc Mulpluir, lb. "nil apurt dlaatr. such a* to carbide the .etcesee ef eaaaun, ar whenever' It 1. "u
...... 1.1. !... ..... .. ...
> Ik I4 In May. I'lrla. the recent rioting at I....... .. ,
lenient for the full
Qaalllf A Workmanship risk and .passion both a* retwrd i '"
,.. ... ... f.h. ,... ..... ..tI.
1890 DREW ST. .. ...,..... r*.'*> af t a
*) SeneffamhU was set up In 1 h. hope granted the aixllenie public who watch them. and the earn urn
Phone 4IZ-7J7V 31, a total f/tl U*XB |....roitavMted
head' and Joined to the Befclprefrtlur 1 to th* riders In th* Man I Uwrume .krlteil An Informal mm' 'i f >

ININN.NNNNNNNNeNe In 1"7!. but this the pavilion. inetudInKPreatdent liurnawi courtyard. of the Vat- At thta. |print the Pups| r.. (with. and with,m t 1 ." I
did little' to ] nUMktnprogTeM Kajnon ilsYaler.. lean, They let on specialIwiuhes !.1I. ,
spee* ferred lu the recent disastrous ready aaaure "1.\1) '
of Ireland.Th .
CLARK'S 1 hat cam decade arransml. for them rill at a !.Inca Maser match .girt of the pTl.1.l......| It'1', k, 1
laIn and sluwlr with th* e.* Vatican Pavilion ha, timler' the papal be,"", that claimed mo*. than .a) MAIM ivf, them I""'* e i-'u. ,I

GULF SERVICE t.l>llihmetit (IKW' of the bed an average of 16.VW vial- Their. bike. were' lined up In live*. "How miiM w* Mot ,.- b y Pont'rWk. '.IIII..C. "
tort a ilav since .hHng. opened
HERCULES DREW Ai->-'"llc Mrarute of Itekar Next tu the. Oeteral Mntnri apeclalljr Installed racks. nearbjr. all with Immefte. sorrow the .......I..erI.'r the' jur...i reon.tIWllst4
PHONE 4".3710YOUNG by then the civil capital. lu exhibit the Vatican PavIlion resent and most srtevnu th* coinitiiMinnh \

elevation to the rank of arch-" Is the second In popularity at Tk. Half lather laid Ih* events at Um," h* a.M. "11 ., ha power of pmltU

diocese Uthe! creation (.f the 'If. athl...., in ,e. to it that they mvn atUtlft; can _ljr rettimmeitd{, Tilt tATHlR'Sf
Beet In 7gulnchor! (IK'TO' ) r ., happen again In any .\IIHI....t NE WITHI1ICTRIC

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June 30 July! 2 ((16-18 Yri.) Lout apostolic prefecture Subscribo now In 'Its urlnut form. In the JCt.r.UtI, 'In Ineair )<(*.**.
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July 14. 15 ((13.IS Yrs.) "'.\".\\.N.NNq..N1..N competition, II<> "peons a. It .Umntalted St. Potor's door store. VVhal\ prf*?*** I J.country nuwte,

/ within limit, such .t... .raw.. ._....__Ir, ..........._....._.
bowed for the Modern T"-9". S *< wit l I rant harm the very "valve e f// Better
will bo ;insfallod In trie Intrinsic
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by < ef- Spiritual 1
aim of (port, which are Ih* ..l ... the apurt. ralheflhn Sip' !letter
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S The Florida Catholic, Friday{ June I?, IWt
Pope Paul! VIFrench ,

in booksSpiritual

intellectuals aid

series offers

Church in modern world
guide in jet age livingpHRISTIAN

ROMK; (NCPope) Paul VI thanked and praised fane fields unceasingly deepened .

French Intellectual Catholics for their contributions to thought," he said. LIFE DAY BY DAY," by Leo Cardinal

the modern Church on the occasion of the eighth cen At times perhaps it does Suenens. Newman Press Westminster, Maryland.
not take sufficiently Into account
tenary of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. $3.50.160 pp.
the value of Christian
Pope Paul drove on May 31 from the Vatican to Institutions which though If you are looking for a spiritual reading book or even

the downtown Rome Church of St. Louis of the Frenchto they must be adapted to the a meditation book filled with commonsense ideas lookno

make a broadcast on French radio in conjunction with needs of our time, remain longer; here it is by the renowned Cardinal Suenens

celebration ceremonies being conducted at Notre Dame. nevertheless Indinpencable for of Be I_'lWIIo.._ .
Mu.UI take* lime'" oat astraighten
The'" Pope- arnvM at tne the spread of the Gospels! ," Based on a series of 27
chair In front of the main the rrcwi-d about I
and added broadcasts .
: given on the Belgian
church shortly after a pontifical .
altar. Mane talr, told of him -Ilk*
"We are grateful to the radio and television network .
Mitss! celebrated by the the one about hi. dad ohjrctIng -
: French
Speaking' In the
Catholics of France for then the Cardinals book
French.Ixirn, dean of the College Pope lulled Notre Dame as undertakings which we greatly speaks to all of u Uity. In (baseball s. a carrrr. I

of Cardinals, Kugene: "a pure jewel' of Gothic: art, appreciate, and wt know clergy and Religious i -in the Furthermost from Lukasz
an image of the men who Muslal's mind was! as ont
each of them desire
Cardinal TIIIC! rant. Met by [bow much language of our day. Such
the Cardinal and the French built with enthualanm. to remain the lovingson Outstanding seniors congratulatedAt phrases as "God hidden<< In a popular tale goes. making aminer !
"You who offer the majestic of the Church." wireless wave," "faith Is like of his son Musial's dad :
amba+ador to the Holy See,
balance of your two towers Tht Pope paid special trl.hul' the graduation ceremonies of School congratulatea Ann Zimonki radar," "God or a vacuum"and objected because he wanted
Rent Hroulllet\ t. the rope was and point toward the sky to French Priests and "we must thank God for his boy to go to college on abltl.k..lbltlJ
Bishop Moore High School in Orlando who received the highest' scholastic
excelled into the church your audacious arrow you laymen working at missionaries being/ our Brother" ring true scholarship Instead
special awards were to the outstanding average for four in the girl .
given yean of from the sandlots
when he took his plate on a see so closely linked to the both In France and out. to us with ecumenical: r"te-
great religious and political sldt the country and assured seniors in the graduating: division, and John Tozzi who receivedthe \ance. of his native Donors

hours of Frame!" there of his particular prayers class. Father Bernard J. McFadden highest average in scholastic "Christian Life Day by D-ty" Pennsylvania, to the big ;

. The P. d and affection president of Bishop Moore High achievement for the boys' division. demonstrates that the life of leagues Musial wa a stand
.e t
[ .sere grra ma
out tMsketballer
athletes all Christians Is high
Mooney a dally learning
nirnl In the rathr.lral'e" hl. school
Inijr and rrLilH' them In the Bishop Moore process of the highest
The red line order from "Learning that And Muidal came to realize
banquet Hiring aspects| <"if lit CbuithIn Ms dad
was right.
fianm today acclaims senior God Love Us" through i

"Learning to Take Risks" to In the book h* pBes
11I.\R.\MUT.\ Students ftf
Cardinal Mooney High School "In! the pastoral ministry' Strategy of offense succeeds award winners "Learning to Love !in All Sit this counsel fur the young: i
!In the liturgy an In the sacred uations."
fathered here last week to sciences, many French names Foundations of l.entnlem, world"" ha* rerrUrd stast born, burned! lie was. askedto nltl0t\Uo' Commencement Here It a book of our jet- "If I had It to In the annual ath-
participate come to our mind," he said. IN public .",nllun. volunteer to commit aul- exercises' for Bishop age,;: for then* who with the again, I'd go to college before
I lrtlr5, banquet held at the Stalin quoted Lenin on Moore
High School: took place .
"ThtMe are men distinguished/ i ale for the sake of the Hud ( Cardinal believe and piomote playing professional baseball
Holiday Inn. Nearly thiei'' the strategy r>f warfare In September 13! >> at the on June 1 at St. Jamey baseball treatedme
for the value of their walk dhiit religion, was assured "charity as a revolunury Although
hundred guests! participated and not unconnected, !In fruitful against the West: "Take the height of the Buddhist crUlu, that be would I* given drugs Church here. Archbishop Joreph force." wonderfully I missed

In the award banquet collaboration with your offensive. The defensive I Is 1ft governments filed a atate- that woukl make him feel no P, Hurley cunfeired dl. No wonder thla book Is a komethlng."

Guest speaker and the key lUshops, with the starless of the death of every armed Theft with the United Nation pain. and was given three plumes upon 128 graduates.Achievement selection of the Thomas Molt Muslat may cause the liftIng .

personality of the event was the cuuiicll" charging the Llem regime! prepared letters to nlgn. lit awards weregiven hook Club of quite a few eyebrows
Are ParseghUn.. herd football "If 'bakea rising had! been guilty of a "aerluu+ to thuxe students who
France the
the Intellectual was apprehended by polite II) Father 8"nl'11 L. in his selections of outstandIng
coach at tht University of [ A year ago the Reds were violation of human rights" distlngulnhed themselves In
bread of Christianity; In time to Uncover that \\lllcnl.ileik O.\f.f.| stars he placed with' and
Notre Idme. atfordlnn to a happy" expiea- losing the war In South Vietnam On October. 11, the U.V Ht up the atrocity stories were complete their high school careers against and his selections of

Several trophies"' were handed atoll we quoted, In praise. of Under the leadership a fart finding mission con fabilcattoriN. John Toast and Ann Zlmor- STAN MUSIAL: 'The his all-star National League

out during the evening In your HlHho|_ when we received til I>iem, and with the assist- slating of the repi exentatlVM This report| tells that Am. ski received: cttminemlatlnn '.' Own Story as and American League teams

football, the that .1I..round them during the second nit of American aid and the of Afghanistan Ilrazll Conta. >>a,srth.r "',rriln.Io0110 Jim. for the highest scholastic' told to Bob Broeg" Doubleday all of which make! good

player" award vent to Gary session of the {council I ham project called the "stra Ills )Uuhomey, Murtxco: Cey hues of CukU lUca was one of average for four years work $4.95. fuel fur the hot stove league I

Tegenkamp! l lust back awardto thin. bread IN share! In a tegic' hamlets" the -('"mmunlxts lor ami Nepal.< The report of the L'St'It'gltl'll/ eager to in the buys' and girls' divisions At the apt time when the All in all. it's an entertaining .
Tim Iwrt lineman thousand which ) this rotation Will published roudrmn the Diem reM|" >ctlvely. familiar "Play Ball" is !
Holleran ways pleat were defeating/ the regimefor cry book' if the reader Is a
Mac Nails, ; In basketball, the I'ui.e| who congratulates Jink. Then the communists on llecembrr D. rehgitXH persecution but Other awards are: science heard through the land, a baseball fan.

Tom jolrt"wol.thy and Art you" took the offensive, as Lenin When the sensational nature a ..n... of fairness piomirted[ and mathematics achievement new book "Stan Musial." by William K.: King

Heu<'h tied for best alb had advlxed. It was a piopaK of this UN report was him to Introduce the motion Joel tnglehaicit and has hit the nation's book
around! player; In haweball. II* lia"l n npnlrfl wold for uida offensive rather than pasted over In silence by ournation' colling for the UN mission Marie. Kane; literal I artsachievement stores.

Pert Grout won the \bentplaer. "IIu" undertakings t of a military offensive. pi ssa. Senator to InveNtlRnte South Vietnam John Tout and This one won't cause: anytremors
,' : }'renth ('alhiillis In llrnii-- Thomas J. IfcxM arranged! for before the" condemnation wu Ann Zimornki; religion In the literary world ORLANDO
Ing lit. tacit tilt lrtnaiiil. of .1* In (hint In the 1DHN the Senate internal nerurltv voted Ambdssridor Volioried award, Jeff Hadlaan and but hhould prove popular
A was
new" on tap
the Mike Fagan Award! pretented the. present. day sail In bursa I I..* the 'IIMN, committee, to publish and IN. ai a member of the Ann Zimor>>kl; Kngllshaward with !Sun Mu-ul and baseball WINTER PARKJIM

to the bent, around Trieie I I. among you something what Hrd .iwildlrri ....uld not tribute this a21 |urge dorn IN mlnaion.Mhfn *, lien Hlue and l Mary fans, who are legion and Just

student, and athlete. Thin. like aa effervesieme, aconstant dot .'n the balllrllrld tuninm- ment under" the title "Reportof Johnson; Latin awards, Joel about synonymous. Like I

honor was bestowed on but) '|*tr which stirs nlM |1'fhut"lk.1| l w"il.i" United. Nations }'act..nrlIn. h"* returned' to the RoMMlgnolo and Susan I'ciyne; many of the 475 homers Mu- BLAKE 2

Smlthera.{ both In the religious and Irsleglsli I srrumplhhrd| Mlaalun to South Viet I ailed. "MlNle" after |Intensive social studies awards! Lawrence slat. belted in his big league
piu- .
I In'out h .AmrrliM rlianurl' nam.. ln>Mlli,' llon In .Ninth \'If I- Riennan. and Lee career, this Is a Up Job too. OFFICE: SUPPLYrURXITDRB

.. .I ramnmnlistlnn.fled earn, he had rontladed that Quimby; science awards, Joel "Tbt M...'." story tap rtronlfri -
r 'e1 In the t",,"..4 I* lhl.. r- list. rhaigrs mad s|.ls.t Knglthardt; and Made .Kane. ; by him, then written OFFICK Mi-prut.*

word warfare exerts |past a* published by the Urn- Ulan. h-d nut been y..l.lnfd. mathematics awards. Jeff by Hob Hrorg M. Louis PoutDuimUh Ml 7.SMS
hatched the smear that Diem. ale, $' .salor I Hold ttslrrf.Whl ; eon tin OrUnt' Ate, WT.
.\ lit 1J.c. .d 0" \olio slaledt Radlgan and Mary Johnson:; editor, and nicely :
a Catholic was guilty of thtgrossest
commercial I award Margaret( sandwiched between 323lges. :
!. Is il
religious/ persecution! primal a "It I Is my personal, feeling
Jternltiehr band award! Law
; .
of the HucLlhUH who conntl.tute factual report cuiixUtlMg rftestimony that there was no policy of
rence Hrennen; American Legion At esscinI!I. It's' mainlythe
Citlcennhlp awards; Mar of Stan Mu,.ial' 22seasons
without a formal I finding by story s
Ulatkm in South Vietnam.American persecution against the HudUhUU -
tin Kleslk and Jean P. avoe. In a St. IxmU Card
tht UN committee, I th\t "
newspapers, radio on the bull of religion Line
Gary PieUser, received a nab uniform until the retirement
and television. wets filled that any ohjectht pet nwouM
concliuif Senator hold summed up full scholarship to the University of both Muidl and the
tally with bUiodcnmlllng tale has to fuun Finest In Ctothill'
the significance of, the UN rep l and Vet
of Dayton familiar No A the task of
reading It that the : For Girl k
pf haw Diem and his brother' Boys
Nhu persecuted RikMhMa. of maaslv (wi>rcullon ..f the ...t: "We have been the victim Nolte received a partial hu uniform hl."u-e at the end etNK .......,.. re. .. Sills

Tilt sympathy of the American HucWhlst redlffion a ri,,. (t of still aooth.x.. In scholarship to the Universityof of the l 1'Jf,1 l ,1'..-,,,.

a' pi' 9t prwpilt wa arousal hyof the stet vastly es..g<'1 1. n|I. consequence| of hlch the Florida.
I p4tlur.' HiKMhlat. monk' a& the worst a sordid>> pi, 114. government of Ngo IMnn Why sot lit* is'Mo lerf tr )I..4.w Brook AeitsTWt

1r Irrsluentteg tttemarha in .and. frawl We IHIf'1 i 1"ld Deem hat been iltstroyed" and Asks to retire hate a horns 4r 'lmd for late family
chatstk situation has been
lit street In order to project) that U.. IMem' IOM-H.i mall a rilPKN: II.IKK.N: l1(')-
nested that will make a
the erwrHy of Hit"" 'a religious was aunty <4 suchx\\\*\ 'persecution communist taktuvtr.. mute Bishop Johannes T. Kuhr DEMETREE BUILDERS
1..1on.. that. tanwrnt Huilhls |- OHH flritt tMthulK! Hlsbopf
diffkult to resist"Eastern U07 .:act Colonial Drift CR T-ltU
Monks had I 'been utiuv the Refornwition.
T...... M.rt... achieved their 'hll'" Copenhagen
to BBt mH auk$. in |"M.t. has ilMldwl to ask
purpose. They footed" tour
1 Now K tares. nut 'that mep [I-pili permission to retire because -
state c1t.f.rt..nt Into giving
"r e 1UilW WM ell hrr n.,.. prelate of lllnr-, the fathollcerlrt MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN
It* giecn lt<t to Item's r -
uw.M or vastly > here r.|..ortf'd.
eMslM to erthruw his g vrmment U.Utr- bass COMri.KTK: I"IM: < TO CO
sod murder his family. sip'! sees Orthodox Bishop ttiihr a convert Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $1.00
TMt Wmorsllaed theMVllcommunlM TM UN report "I",.1.' e.j from LuthersnUm. waa

Notro Dame Coach guest tones, and at Wrilh the l stim % ..r( l 6r.'I.U TnileyD( named a NI"hop by Pope .ftuaM Family Bucket' O'Chiclen $3.95
l I.yt.r-akl. ntMik whotfc r,""t In taxi and frame Btsh ,p
crested an \unlaM |o rftvtkrpwn IMaMUhnvent of an office Fish Dinner $1.00MeShrimp
Father Joseph, P Moran right president nf NftftMton haw .h. h; imrvill < 'wen of Copahegtsr| In 1M w Mn r
tease w hk-h was ita.lf ea.rt at the Holy See for relations. .
Cardinal Mooney High School, Invited Ara Pan- hy Urneral Khaah. ..l hy' a "lUk III. 1"0- with th* CrtlHi>lox Churches the Cathortc hierarchy In Denmark Dinner $1.15

ghlan renter, head football roach at Notre DameUniversity motion *ni4" Tht ;. '1 k l to be the main wss r. .. tllhbed. lit 'ew ,. NOW S 1-W.mONi TO IF.RVB TOC
in South Bend Indiana 1 II,,. l I. A.|M.(.. rlpt .. lk. MM that .ht. .had hrrnforiM I'n.' is reported la now wt years oM.H 1 Ray 1TM Fern rut TK SU1427M
to at .
speak| *uhlai 0' the conversation. s. (Orisf BU Tr. ( rl... Of 11 ]JH.ltrr
Ulan .l< "Jf wkhk It rtU( ..l that th* \* r ... was the first Dane to *
the annual awards banquet for the Mooney ath to M Odd. but "tile h. .W.i.... head of the. HuiUhUt Ain are betwesa Mtlkile Rile tm-oao a falhottr bishop erne A fist Hills ..... CT S49ASr4
letes. Mooney Coach John I'. Schwind, left look .".'a- Patriarch Msalssos IV Seism |*"air .A !*. R4. SttMMlak .
M "bat 1"1' Pies 'I celled'th. lion had iren Iluot! t. sine Ih famous I'tK cn-
and Orthodox Patrtairh ,. Start. fU. A K. .1..1&1) T.a1l
on, as Coach Parseghlan examines aw'nil givento ........Irecr .I .11.." .. hnndrpts M 14"tI.lh.... rd of lurv scientist and omv prt.
Ions' l're.th
the Sarasota Catholic high school 1 athletes She port .( a bran "H'''. .. I awn drnwn.d. Uis' d Athnsax I of Con- N"'-tl,ltI (i<*n.,.n hoI eslevt'Pd Au., n..f.rd au..m'IJII1I1Y'

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The Florida Catholic, Friday, June 12, 1961
I Coming events

Value of Tkli ..).... ..,.. ,....* fc..fiu. .M'l.l M..ilri|. ... ......
Catholic I .1 wars ,.... /aN .......'" A...... ....n .. t.r.l.r. ......,. .'1'
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education extoled J I Executive board meeting. tersburg, St. Jude, June 13 to
+ d rft Diocesan t'nton of Holy! Name 26.

f Sticletle Regina! at 7 pm In Women' retreat, Jan II,
TAMPA-The school will exist aa long M the Church the Flamingo Room. Hotel 17, 19, I 13, .tmilemy of the

exist, and our Blessed Lord has promised ui the Church r I tieorge Washington. Jacksonville Holy >: .m.s Tamp, pen

will be with us until the end of time Father Timothy I on Saturday, June 13i1.n.I to all are**.

J. Holland S.S.J., graduation speaker, told the class of retreat St. Leo AN Card party June 19 HolName Iy

1964 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Academy's corn.mencement \her June 12. 13 and 14. for : 1111, Canova OM<'n.

on way 31 In men of the Tampa, MacDtll Ascension Woman's Guilu.pnns .
find yourself In a system cf
Tampa. AFB. Brandon, Rutkln. and r.Men's.
education admired but widely .
Father Holland who Is criticized a system of Temple Terrace areas retreat June 19.! 20.

pastor of St. Peter Claver education which is recognized Whit elephant carnival :21. St. Lon Abbey, for men( of
Church in Tampa has back. the Clearwater, Largo Dun
a ss being the best In the .tune 12 and 13 beginning<< at
ground as an educator. HoldIng world.1 t 44e0. Tarpon Spring. NewPort
r a Sam N0th Avenue and 4th
degrees of S.T.D. and a a at cQ Rtehey, Safety Harbor
Ph-D., he has taught at the Father Holland aoted that. Street North, Plnellai Park, and Indian Hocks beach
no ]lea. than. Women's OulM cf Sacred
Catholic University of America three or for area!
!In )ear ago ",.. were Ufiled Heart parish sponsor
Washington D. C.. at CCD training course, Tnm
Xavier to go to our OMB '..".1."
University in New Hake sale, June 13 Arltng pa Christ the King Jun. :to:
Orleans, at St. Joseph Seminary but he cited MatlMlra to ton Plaia and Town ..nilt'untry to July 4.
in Washington and at prove that ""* were eater Shopping Center
Epiphany College in New la better .health. Jacksonville, Christ the King Women' retreat June 2fl,
York Catholic Youth 27 V, Holy :Name Priory San
He Organisation,
conUnued his tribute to
Antonio, for of the
,, women
He addressed the 37 graduates the Catholic school system m.or.Cover..t Winter I Haven, Partow,

of the Academy, asking saying- ) dish supper, Jun. Main. City, Lake Wales, Or-
them to look back at their If our schools teach us to H. (1 pm. St. Andrew Church Undo ltaltlandWInter Park

heritage saying: make a living, they also hall Orlando, Women's Guild K'lsslmmee. St. Cloud. Ocala

Your teachers helped you teach us how to remake a .,'un 1Ot'. Rsllevlew.. Buahneil, C...,.
gain the stature that is yours life. If it is important for us of Our Lady of Perpetual Help graduates mont Kustls, Leeaburg. and I
("CD ....
and. by their hate training ecturi*. Day.
example, to know the rules of physical winter uaraen area*.
taught you the meaning of an hygiene, it Is Important for MemWi ef the class y.j" lointM DiGiovann?. Mary Jane K.+'W..n l.re.II", Maria lu'.. din Glotio: Anq': Sciollt i i, tona Beach, St. Taut!, June 13 CCD training course Dune -

important but too frequently us to know the rules of spirt- uatoJ l this yr at Academy of Martinez Jaanette DiDio, Linda Caneta, Portia Trent Carol Dana Ob.rt!n9. (Milling; from la M. lln. Our lAdy of Lourdes< ,

forgotten w or d- tual hygiene Our ladef Perpetual Help in Muse, Jotphin Be"it... Erne Damon' Nancy Gomalx, Gral the mon" 9. it Yara Leun
character. If it is Important to know Tampa were, from t"I.ft, Lops Ana Maria Solr. Rotn .. ...' ............. .,. ."'r'.--.11.,..-':
Look back again and you humanity it Is more necessary bottom: row a Noto.

will find that precious gift of to know the Importanceof SylvU RsdriguM. Maria Trana Row ], Patricia Coto, Cynnia -

faith which our Blessed Lord divinity; that if it is s good Sandra Henriquet Mari tAnaitati Enriques. Linda Haarbauer, 1.It
regarded so sacrosanct that thing to know the ethics of
Sco. FranS Dl'
Bnigno > Ur o, Eileen Polo,
He died for it. If you have our literature, It Is a better
ci Andrea, CyntMa. Garcia, (;Ma Swarai. Car id ad Cetar), .
tense of appreciation in thing for ui to know the
Connie Rodriquei Gayle Sam" Shirley, Len .! Swan
?* Cap-
looking back you will be story of our creation and the
thrilled to live it until the cost of our redemption.If tanqelo. c S Ht.

day He calls you to account "e, in our schools, learn Row 2, Sarah March**. An Top row, Gild Gonzalez .

for It.Look. about the stars and the .. .
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back< again and you planets those same schools
will teach us how much better r .
It is for us to know about Record attendance marks

ORLANDO our home beyond those stars j,4

and Who the Maker( of the F'
WINTER PARK planets 1s. opening of lay retreats 14

.\n&lhll.. III.l \\on to have our head In th. II ........ I.... ,... II Name. Trlory In "H" .. Anlnnlo' 3 wa_ 1 I"

BARNES heaienn, It I. much more Hetreat. Associations, are a- near .... lea .,.....,. '

DRAFFKY AND wonderful for u< to hate Ih. follows: The retreat schwlul t..t "

FLOOR COVERING lac. heatrnn In our heads. June 10 20, and 21 for men women has been glvo as ful i ilows. _
HIKE KSTIMATK9: of the Clear-water Largo' t
SOON >.. Osage Orlando In conclusion Father Hoi- Ihirwdln, Tarpon Rprin, .
ti.lrden WM7 land told the graduates the June M. 27 and ZIt for worn.
New Port Rkftey, Safety I liarU -
he asked en of th* Winter Hazen! Har
reason them to look I
>r, and Indian Rocks Pch Mercy Hospital under constructionConcrete
back at the heritage that had. ar.... tow HalMM City, ....11.. Wale, .
been handed to them Orlando. MalUand. Winter
:DLq1., House "What on makes; June 28 77. and 24 for men Park rUsalnisn. ICIMML on the first floor of the first of neat week, Exterior\ and the flU. In and arnun
ofiecfa. you what you you possess are and knowing of the Lakeland. Plant& City, tcU.. HUvt, HuahlMlt, Mercy Hospital, Orlando' la completely masonry work also has started and building, ta practically complete

what are help Winter IIn.... take Wales, Chkrinont, BtMla, l..wi..Ilflo poured, construction worker all the foundation work U com Interior | you
z / to plan stout your future:. lUrtow, llatn*. City and afllli Wtaw OrAM .<..... noted thU week half firtl.* r''.".. Underneath the building all 'tn place' about a month from

' /111 +, t t111 o Zeph>'rhilU area July 3, 4, and A fr women II columns are up to sui>|.>rt the sec she merhsnlfaj' and electrical' In* now, ,

MOTORS July .X 4. and A fir men ofHrookiYllle of limo OeariMKif, Dundln.. and floor slab which will be poured alallatlona have Men provkW for,
qN w th. .h.__'. Cm .. .
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VISTW Lea. a.a1q rwa .Lat' Inverness, Cry.- New I'atlUehty,
. STEAK. 'l.a.M.... t',.."* Ul River UrxlOLake, and Tarpon ftprtna. I..fcetontl.Hrsftrfcn. Orlando To attend council ORLANDO

ON A SKEWER! t.*. Ck.....rW. ..Cm o*. .!... T,. Floral City area. mant Oty, )of"- Buildingof Koff \. "If'n rr C\I') -.
-Cs.t.seafW dew 0\ S-IUJ July 10 II, and II for men buum' base I..et.. KBHialtt Tn Monalemue bishop 1 stereo Canllnal Wysarnakl'
of the SaraaoU 1tta4......, ('"un, << 11. 111. orUrxki, hM. WINTER PARKGary's
lrelll.d Over ( *, Palm Hay. Patrick Air
" + The Open HeorthlM.50large Palmetto. Venke. end Nko-; aura $.*. arvf hoehWgearea. hospital I'. annual lrltosi of .rftc* a primate of i> t-n
1.90 FAIRVIEWCUantri mla are. tad in* new yea net Haa4sy, nounr*! In Warsaw I hat II

((;_...w u S. en..**) & Laundry All of Ike rreredlng' ,.. July 10. II. and II fee worn' Jun I si the new rownrtlKtortMt Poll** Menu** are preparingIA Duck Inn
110\uo11 I...lto.__/.ow\ "..,. are five al Kl. leo .. fill U. $1. ..*........*. OuWjort underway hall" on KMt C.AINbl 1Jrt" to to ...... In attend lh' .
eouat M. (.lMlta CMKCf *asses.D.psaable : .. in* eJtesStand of I third ... ..... nt Ih .i*. r* a taut Pea **a
O MltKK*..MUC IN 401tmn rM Care .U,...,, l.x.lrd .(.. Mile tr.mlU and TaUahaeaw ar*. *rnmnkral Cheat. aall..a a..M

IS'LAfftr' .... .. a. M.(..... ' bias near astw....
I Ull Mfewater OtUa4D woman of all ...... units 14. \.w. fiesta. ne as... at .Mil
""*,"u si It. \...'* will JYiP IT It sad. It fear woos- ft..... stab In, afwurid by th* lolluwtmc nwn ,Mgr ,.,..",.dH4rman 1111 'eo as. al ,...

rontlaite UtrovflKiut July forma en fill Hi. Ta.9. are rat marble fro Pint UM uiy sraml .ftAJe.... ItanaM W.Mary .
.tiaM.llnr, WUttamMfV .
For 47 Year at UM centra rterMa t
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of Use Manw. Msrtssr .M term ..*HWm. Ira 1'|V. J. H.idrTh
BANK area *. *e ... hrauu. llrg.a t..{..... InLetar prt6lsNa.p..W wish: IOU NKKO: : .
FIRST the yew, FMlksr MHMSM. aav ......., y...... IMsN1J1, 040- ,.,....,. ........ ... r....llunn.. r.#._-a.*,.U WIN AI & Soni r.l......,. P....,.Iaqrasa.
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10 The Florida Catholic, Friday, June 12, 1961


Archbishop will lead M } n r r

Eucharistic pilgrims

(Cnttn..d fr.m rail I) gent or at any American Ex A +
I '
I pread devotion to the preen Off he. Nr re ry" 1M

Blessed Sacrament, the central .
A partial payment of MOtor
of the Faith It
Economy Class air is required
will! also serve to Instruct and
to protect a reservation
Ir: plre the participants, and
which will be refundedIn
others who read or hear aboutIt
the event that the pilgrim
Some of the sermons will
cancels his tour reSErva.
be broadcast on the Indian
tions six weeks or more priorto
radio system Others will'Iew
departure date of the tour.
\ on television the solemn
The tour prices Include every.
functions of the Congress
thing except the cost of passport .
There is a great deal of Information .
and travel documents,
available about the
telephone calls and laundry.
diocesan pilgrimage! In Rome, breakfast and
It I It Important to remember
luncheon are Included In the
that the accommodations
price of the tour and In all
limited and early depc -
the other cities except In Hawaii
Its recommended to
continental breakfast,
? I
Interested persons.ny and dinner ._. .
luncheon are provided --- ---

.\ pronperihe pilgrim In each day. S 'I

the IMoirne I is Intltrd now toInqulie The land arrangements; and Bishops congratulate Priest 1 t

through a local trawl the round trip by air, economy

class jet from and to Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley sent Ings from Bishop Thomas J McDon-

Jacksonville Florida, are included his felicitations and blessings to the ough of Savannah, right, and Auxiliary
Two areas In the overall price.lJlrl'Ian William McDonald left of ,
Priest in Miami celebrating jubilees Bishop J ,
pilgrims will attend on June 2. Among those honored was Washington, rector of Catholic University I..
Eucharistic :
CCD the International -
open Congress! between Mon ignor Jeremiah P. O'Mahoney, of America. Monsignor O'Ma.

November 28 and December 1.u.l. center who is pictured receiving: greet. honey has been ordained 50 years. t
courses ter.

((..I la..' ltm ...* II) Kenny seniors hearEducation : .

who are Interested In becoming At Mass honoring Priests jubileesBishop

teachers themselves Coleman F. Carroll of Miami Father Anthony Navarrete. Appropri
of Christian Doctrine classes: ; .
seeds of
In becoming parish visitors; sows greatness presided at the June 2 Mass at which _ately_ for.this. month of the Sacred

ar.clln forming bodies of laity 14 Friest-jubilarian were honored. Heart, a statue of Our Lord under: that

equipped to lead!' others Into .... I,.. rata II among men and leaders to would command power now was master of ceremonies for Officers of the Mass, each ordained 25 title looks down as the faithful receive
jrfnln. -...,H he mM, ".. under the saint who acts as a per. and in the future because an the events. Father Michael
th *e fields of parish apostt from )left Father Paul Communion.
were Holy
Ic endeavor Mmxl by the HIIIM and honored sonal example and as a bringer agonized world has come to Hanrahan and Father PatrickA years I Ipie
Father Francis Dixon and
hjr lies world has been of salvation comprises all realize the power and lalvatlon Quinn were chaplains to Manning
Loretto and Sister
a unrfpl subject In l rhnge of the human forms of great. that it is. the Archbishop. .
pr :ores Ann of Our Lady of
and evolution of meaning."I that of hero and un
V. tory Missionary Sinters pens, 'Tour knowledge of the tourism

will conduct CCD training. am not going to describe benefactor In the sense of world and its movements, VATICAN CITY (>C) -

c ;untes during June and what the concept of human bodily wellbeing.* your knowledge of man's Eternal search for truth Pope Paul VI, speaking at anaudl.nc.

July at two other centers In greatness should I be but "The three great Impera.lives heart and its secrets may for participants in a

the Diocese. rather what It has been, what are to direct steadfastlyand have sharpness and depth symposium on tourism said

These courses will be held l It Is now and what Is the prediction loyally all that Is In oneself but It should never have the the religious needs of tourists

at Christ the King parish for the notion of human and to accord with whatIs depth, the glow, the humanity outlined for 1964 class offer a wide field for the cooperation

T mpa, from June 22 to July greatness for the mor divine To hold the person the humility the radiant between the hierarchy '

4; ind at Our Lady of Lourdes. row, And I put It to you that and welllx-lng of one's and compelling power that and the laity which the
all such I takes In I li the text of the tlcular period of history Is to hare underestimatedthe
Dunedln, from July 6 to 10. today's and tomorrow's world' neighbor as no whit lees 1mpottant knowledge Following ecumenical council Is study-
Other Sisters will come to shall lean mule and more up :) than one's own. And the mind and heart of him graduation address deliveredat not only interesting, as the complex. problems of Ing.

conduct' courses to be heM on the man with spiritual I 10 fashion a worldwide community whose spirit knows what It Is Father Lopez High SchoolIn Chinese would say, but Immensely peoples past.Similarly .

Lter: depth and power. And I put, in which these commands to know life Infinite as wellas Daytona Reach June 1, complicated and dangerous It would be a

The Confraternity of Chris- It to you that your education govern Its members. life finite and not only by rather Michael V. Gannon; besides l ?-and that mistake to think that learning FURNISHED

tl n Doctrine Is an organlaa- at Bishop Kenny High School rather Madden continued: know but to revere and to the Chinese may have reason! and scholarship have only

tlon deigned not only to has In It the needs (It. .greatnets love In spirit and in truth IULAZO-lP: :: across the for their maxim, since it I it recently become difficult. If APARTMENTS

vide religious Instruction: pro-for that today's world Ilk '"1 am sitting title In show Father John J. Lenlhan E cover of your ITfll!) annual our bad luck to grow up we were to go back through cooling

C: thollc children who attend, for and tomorrow's will del, Hint the M'liHual and the rellglniu Rave Ileneihctlon! of the MONt.JII..lliacr.ment U the word Verltas," among these problems history"we would find students Retervationt' arranged,YORKWORLDS -
',ciliti... NEW
bark Into
puitllc schools but to Christianize nwml, with more! InnUtcncy Ihrlown.are. mining at Kenny's or Truth. I have chosen that In every century "who FAIR tourist ac

society In all Its facets He traced, the notion of hu. (commencement! with Father word for a text. Life complex perspired" chewed their pencil commodations. Air. conditioned

home, school, work. man greatness M It was (from "I am saying this to show Jaime t the ancient iret'ks down to that a man of spiritual, .. depthcan li.nl.l J, Oral?, rub .h tit hock on a person they netting an "flut'aUolancl every bit III much .. you ,AT THE! GATE OF

Th. r.>nfr.leritllr I* the the present! ly, from an find' his w+'y Into any tliMCon.Iither+ s.iy; "Sliv you lire In an Interesting making/ a life would lx so ha>e. Students; :your age In THE FAIRi

key orgunlMflitn In |>.ifh, early association' / with religion company I MV this to how J.. hn M, MiC.ilI, period of hIMtoryII ." much easier If 13th century Europe had a
we were living
prutMIng/' for nr, |I.hu. of the notion of greatness that a man of spiritual! depth \'lie president of the school It not true that this par. In more simple times, whereon saying: "Know ledge maketh Mrs. M.J. Bondanza

.|N,.'ivllc action. It dependson gradually underwent a sec a bloody' entrance. It was as C4-II. _III
th.re nuclear Street
were no saes
the tally for It* 1..clI'rahll'| uUrlidtlon a* the western P true then as It U now. '
world also underwent sec Achieve self-mastery in becoming no technology no mils I| Corona 61.-'tt Y. I
The classes that the SI.t.tI"III ularisation. communications where Tn he ronilnaeil
offer Include not onlytc .
never was heard a discouraging
it'her training but alsocurses Such secularisation) went imitators of Christ. Graduates told word. The terrible complexity
far In the 10th as
for the various sectl . of life li described by TAMPAALL
- - - .., -- -- -- -- -
who del
result In
to people'
..ns of the Confraternity: Walter Tater, In his essay on
the executive board, |parish lost the genius, who In their fliT Al'(1USTlNIAt: commencement exercises In Ito not be afraid to fight Wlnckelmann, the archeolo-

% hors (Fishers), helper, own religious sterility soughtto the Cathedral, June 4, Archbishop Joseph I', Hurley\ presided the difficult The ancient glut Perhaps. what he wroteIs "
parent .educators, discussion make" a god l of the genius, at ceremonies which graduated) seniors from St, Gr'ks lurid! happiness con- what you mean TYPES OF INSURANCE
dedicated to Mm at.ts In full use of ones, .
temple orgjnUfsi powers
club leaders and apostles of Joseph' Academy in St. Augustine Monsignor John I*.
pilgrimages to his along lines of excellence.<< "Certainly, for w of the
'il willPOLK, HENRI A.
B Hums presented diplomas to the .girls and boys graduating : MONTEAUMoretanJOIiverMonfeau
the who has "
birthplace The newly I emerging Only man mastered modern "'world rater .said
COUNTY social ant tiehavlorst) pcl( from the Oldest Clty'a Catholic high school at the his apathy and the In. "with IU conflicting claims, "

ences caused an erosion on 8 p.m ceremonies. The seniors heard an address given: dotenre of hU flesh who bat Its entsnglol interests, dlv Inc.

howoer In the classical (Meal by Father Michael \'. Gannon, director of the Mission, of poured forth his entire nature traded by so many sorrows., Western. Union.

'UYIN A NIW CAt? The notion of human great- Nombir de Dm in St. Augustine, who spoke of the im- l Into some great enterprise so many preoccupations, so Building

ness bad hit l something of Its ,turtancc of self-mastery In becoming: imitators of Christ ran Knvw the true swe.tne s bewildering an experience, 2:'."" ROOM 31. limps'

le1its tt quasi l supernatural and' quasi- of this Hfe.OlnU the problem of unity with
divine' Hmeoton but nothingof Archbishop Hurley told I which we subject our wi I 1'1.' ourselves In blitheness and

IU In t\ereme. Hut this graduates of the Academy "11 twit sail mastery over self
8 very Irreverente from the thank nod for twlng. Catholics thee. are the two great m..I11 1 IUm.n twins rt.... l to fell was for the Greek within the

1 beginning, bad created the" for twin* American, ctf the human soul Hetwcvn stature' only H b a a rh.a..lIrnfed. -
simple terms of antique life"
/lit d SAFECO> need fur the development of and for being, children. of the these. two I......, life s"um> ." he told\ IK* .f 4tmfsrnlnrm CAMP DON BOSCO

.,._.... .....f INOURANCB an thin and a hierarchy of traditions uf the Oldest !%r. In never ending conUelFather Walter Pater wrote that PO

511.tit sr'pretemd .IU" Iris values and not less. dM) the lah". Gannon went. years ago.Learning.
on In
A final example for the
social Implications of gr,*tnews .\ For Boys 8 to 14
CONSOLIDATEDInsurance Tli "hhl.h..p| rrrnlUJlit refer" to words spoken hv ( graduates Father Gannon

Same demands.Ftateevents' make. the .... urgent Ihtm .the murirl .>l litIrlllirnre. dlnsl March. of rVlglum\ AI died ISM. of* of 8t Paul who process Staffs1 sitlvhWy' by the.. SeWem) ef Dos. leu. Lot+tJ ..*

tiaras l.|.rnlly, a college ....d,.... lather i, r ..... "!*. y. therefore my UBMatan -
Wietee.. H.ve, s like the followIng end ('bristle..> r".ri|. non brought attention to l'e as 1 am of ChrM If we >e rtheft the ch\ >ctt.menu kestrtifJ E.de., at t *.. ufitirh: tf Tape. UvV: ? .l the

largest Agency' were" quoted by rattwrM.I.Wn wrt.*(hl *.jr !". l.."..l.r. ofM. fact that aa long ago .t 1 I's s of antiquity. we' w"old fscJtit: ; ef th* M.
(l9 W. Central Avenue .\.i..iti/ who rave .hereBy the Melgtan animal MM T'- aware words, Father find then : '
even f.
"[ give the highest |...... laud J ears .... .. UaSMMS brought out were c"mpaI Open Suso'iy, Jwe MHi the S.aday, August frit, lectors.
about the growing r" IfIPfOlj':
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Ia q be rsnor nonry r.Clttreail .
r In his artdrees. tn the gr*tUMle mall art .like. roii. rKrt .: egoau at the Cath 4ral In of life. life has .1!\II'i .beena

GREGG'S HOME OF FLOWERS .. Father Geneses sWthai l's the recIrary. ... mess 11711, on tan orraalun erf iheNsMCml difficult bin to till'' e!,
the truly mnlttrts" from Ih And we are not the fret peo>
Ikeln4't Only D*>ntovn FUxnt 4'flereallr Mh- ol Archbishop fetal
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