The Florida Catholic
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079916/00029
 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: July 17, 1964
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
notis - ADA7571
lccn - sn 83004577
issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00029
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01. X\V, No. M Orlando Florida Friday, July 17, lItH! | 10* interest
GtUl'ORT-Last; Saturday, Priests of the Dioceseof

SL Augustine gathered at Holy Name Church in Gulf-

port to pay a final tribute to Father James J. Barrett
who died during the put week. Father Barrett 63, was VATICAN CITY (NC). The head of the Second Vatican M"lan'f'all.llu. the schema: Inrlt.It,01 -
that un
assistant Council press office. casting a backward glance at i
pastor at the
Gulfport when
parish he died. He\.-101 lion to he presented to
He was from New York here he was born on May v the council's now completed Intel-session work, has predicted the council will be entirety!
24, 1901. Ordained in 1P26 he served there until 1951.: w 'ld that this work will, have a rich harvest at the new. and not ju t a r.v.I l

Prior to coming to Gulfport four years ago, he taught council' third session which will open( on September 14. form of the schema; that was
Latin at St Leo Abbey. It \is clear, salt Monaignor .Fausto Valtalnc in an article pre.ented' lit the first eMloa
St. Leo's Abbot Marlon Saturday Morwlgnor Elslander In the Vatican City daily IVOwrvatore Romano "that "It should bn note
Bowman O.S.B. celebrated the recalled that he was a the third conciliar phase will move faster thanks just to the schema on Divine ReveL
Solemn Requiem Mane at schoolmate of Father Barretts the> silent\ and often overlooked activity of the conciliar dim lUll| ISM to bo Olstxuvl
Holy Name Church and the many jean ago( in the commissions\ during these seven months""It In li. entirely In th* council
Seminary at Dunwoodie. while that on the Church:
sermon was given by Motv
even be said of the council aa of nature', that
signor C. L. EUUmler' VF. On behalf of the Diocese! wa .partly dealt. with List.
the autumnal fruits ripen abundantly when the soil has
Officer of the Maaa: In- Monsignor Islander 1 expressed 'Mr"W
eluded Father Frank Goodman gratitude to God forth been prepared and tended during the winter and spring" hat r*..MliM to to di.;.

'A ho'Htd" over the work Father Barrett wai ),(onalnor.Ilalnc'a article r....1..h".I1(11hMl l l i.ren ob cussed un the ehefiwi on the
Gul/port parIAh, deacon; Father able to( accomplish here and sketched the work of each .r\ni" t'hurrl.rl.r on the
Patrick H Yancey SJ, with the Benedictines at St conclllar commlMUon fromJust crowning of hollntss In
nuhdeacon; Father Terrell F. Leo Abbey II. MI| | I Ik. .- l before th* councils sec ... ..
rttmmluloii elm .U. rumlnriil >
|I. how
Solana. master of ceremonies Father Barrett gave the "Th whole srhema
ond session else on ivrvm. |>rt>l>.lrm. nl the (".'..- .
Benedictine I voted'
from St. Leo example, he said of humility ever, ntlll hM lo on
Abbey formed the choir at and perttterance. lie was always tier 4 until Pope r.ul1., ina rife trnrml e.ellcge "Inwnlrr folhtwlni th* amendments
the 3Jas. During the Office ready to( help another asr rescript dated July S. Axed, l I la UrIIIUI' Ik* ilU ... prnpiiMwl. hail autumn sod l
for the Dead, chanter* were said Monsignor EUlander, the An for the opening of ekes .( ldltklwal I I I ..ehjrci.aid ) still ha to \ two Priests from Ireland Father My dear people, continued lu 'Ire.llsa ih. l'| r<" Who)*," M.MMlnor ValUtnowrote.
the thin leaslun." "
retire .f Ik. .|>*"'h*..
Padralc Loftu and Father the Southwest Coast dean of .

Patrick Campbell Priests, follow the example Li1 II. Mid the councils Coonltnatinfl )Ions* nor Vitiator stoke Sour of she ,1"rl..1 l n.mMlultin' .

rather Barrett died Jmly of perseverance ", 'h1c1I'a. rommtoiton mMDecember of" to activity uf the tins<. March meelliit.

s. at a "HI. I'rlrmbMrg bo.piul. ther lUrrett set for us so 1A and January Itto trlnal fimmlMOun. fur ,Filth, and three of its J.n* ..**..
He had Mlfrred from a hit beautifully. All must keep in u>an..tl* the rilreetlH* and Moral. which IwM. a Isle were hell >4allr. with
mind the oufiinwt/ by th* Holy. rthr ..... from March .
.11... .t. one object In life: .4nary ton the < .>MwlM4| >. IIHP the \J
to honor and glorify God In 'd\ at the tkMintf W tits ward :1 lo U and. ...!*. Iran" Jun .tMMl| ....Ul*,
After his ordination at St. order to save our souls as |1"1 1,111 l..Into twCT 4. ItitM of Iota
Joseph's Seminary Yonkers well an the souls with whom Q.. i 1.ln II* sib! ttet" l. tMs Dark. "Their ......... waa titurfy
he served In New York City's we com in contact h* said LA T lie Mm cwHtnbMkw'tnwrtmn mh.kal "Aare .bees ..........1! the nhrma, still! .rn >
parish of SL Bernard.In lie continued: t on March Id A|....M. Uw dully and otohoratloM wf *.>*.MMy C.!WN.1 the >.vtntf >
the sermon at the funeral "Our lad chose 12 la" 1(1( and 17, and Jun JA .h* two fUndMMVfMArf sehelrwta ...&1..' which teals. .. with. UChurrh >.
r e men Instead of 12 anirec. *ul>L sere ..a Ul! "THH to r- < ihto cuunetl; thai iwK .IMvt.e In mr llm. **, Monhnwr >
These &laymen were onlamr n d mini the Bw drafts *f *>latton and thai MI the V.I Wine wrot.
Apostle They worked hard the schemata for their ttmtrrf ( hurt'h. M well *. |wrt of "It WM. in frt schtiru
suffered and died for ChrUt but tn axfrUIn whetherthe the fine nrt. the Church In *.*\...'.*n until the autumn
RuliMlne ,rt>en f"f their i iiit un*. >K\T: bark page
"('brl.t call the Prime H*
will rail com of your eo.., Ireland's gift to Diocese-new Priests
Yr and do.t block tb. ..,. W*
doa. t rail Him; lie rail .*.* Newly ordained in Ireland aa tin bottom row Father Thomas Joseph Diocesan pilgrims to

Priests of the Diocese of St. Augustine Caulfkld\ ordained' May 31 In 8t.
When Father Barrett died
from left Father Tim Peter's Wexford Father WiU
lather Goodman srranirii! are top row, College ;
for the funeral Rosary was othy James Allman. Father Martin liam Knnia, ordained June 6 In Car

: prayed In the Holy( Name Muredach Flynn and Father James low's Cathedral: and Father Joseph P.iXijrcan see Roman shrinesNT.

Church at 730 pm. on Fob Griffin whose ordinations took place ordained June 11 in the Ca

dry July 10. June 21 in Ail Hallows College Dub thedral at ThurUs.Spam's .

After Saturday's funeral In _____u ___ -.----- .-- ... Al' Culfpnrt, the remains were KucharMki' ; Congress have much t.t bmk for *...>....

sent at the to Calvary New York Cemetery for burial In ; Eucharisfic; ; ress+.to/d/ ward to .n rout lathe .lt* of th* conxmui in llombay. Th r l",rlni\ are ..'-II.....

the Bronx ..*.A""'". .' ... ImlU. .loehnlnt la tN.Ulinrury.Ui an. audkm"with) lie lu.jtl'rtta N rtmlM. U i In _
T'b. diocesan PrkwH who holy ..t..... In Ham: there the pfrrinulwtMthaw.nol1xltu ii.. Ii..r lr1ALr'IA.fI.Uthae.an .

"Fr. BarrettInstitutes gathered to attend! the funeral! of Latin American appreciationPope |_ ltr to receive' the n'*').tollo. bltttog. the Pen ,an.nuu.ie. %tour,"; "fHI'
were headed by Jdontignof tiff at Vatican City, ,.., Ih hMnrbr. rwrangiHU.

John P. McNulty VO. Mono I.IX1.V.; Spain (!C) More than 300.000 persona. was lk*. a ff.|>*...1... klImlar The lihKvoan iHlfrtftMc. to >* anal m Ji.hn laleran, ..r OH 111. Then Ih/"
signor John J. Mulllns VF, f.. Ml lk.... Thy will shot UII the will IAn Ilumayun'e( Tomh
M l" a l I
of 50 000 attend
into this to
packed Spanish city cluing the I 111 on. of thepuny .
)fon.I< and Monsignor Patrick J. ceremonies last Sunday of the nation's sixth national. If." > ri''y_ to Itnlfct fromIK M..,.."* l"- '...t where the white mrbl huikluia, and
Tralnur Eucharistk CongreM. "It..1 l !Males rrnH byAmrtrn I....... o (.....,.... nmvaee .one alt Ih* floral saau.plaa. III
for CCDcontinue Auxiliary Bishop John J. Climax of the congrrM I waa a radio message from Ar.,i
Maguir. ri New York te1.graphed ( Pope Paul VI riving hIs *r.N>k a ji the flfl) rt A'M n rMMKMtal USSJU MIIMIWrw iiii4vwin HUrinM will)
.I..M'.1 the. meellM cc eel r MI M ini anal> luu M* the 1 1..11 'r.__ *,,,..,,reIn
Onudman hIs.ymp.thy ..
all S .niarda.At All rtsia ITvuri h. lb.tl'kse.u
blessing to | *
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... ...w .t "'*lr .p4tH 71. HltrlM* will rests! Tuners. whkh
upon" the de.th ofFather glow 1. Ik! .MflMMit Y.rulaand
the clvjt Mar. otferetl Ito. 1 medical Imc4uud .W few reel l..r It... .. aTell .In the tort vt She greet Mi>.ultotnto '
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PUrui made for
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itomirl fUfkett 0. let. 0 f Ilk*! ... M*.. rate !. Ik* .
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Father IhtrreU Itlllt hst: 11I hick
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summer training nags a ... rMrfof .*...M in .W MV Run af all
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2 The Florida Catholic Friday, July 17, 1964

CathoLic Florida Reports Sharing our treasure

St. PetersburgBlessed JacksonvilleKof Council Is concluding: its first

0Lawrence year of operation and proved Convert nurse shares
Trinity itself by winning the star

Sixteen parishioners from Moseley took council award. There were Faith with four others
over the helm as grand knight
Trinity parish of St. only five other Councils In the
of North Jacksonville Council
Petersburg attended the Con. entire state of Florida to win
6107 Knights of Colum. you ever tried to 'slel
fraternity of Christian Doc.trine this award last year. HAVE
classes conducted at St. bus your faith with a
He was Installed by the outgoing ResurrectionMiss neighbor .
Jude parish In St. Petersburg churchless friend or
II. Norvln Dawn DeVoe, daughterof
' grand knight *
from June IS to 26. Father'
Devlne Sr. last Tuesday at Mr. and Mrs Albert S. De falling to
If not, you are
Certificate for completingthe Holy Rosary parish hall. Voe of 3219 Kenlston Lane in obey the command of Christ John A.O'Brien. I
, required amount of hoursIn Jacksonville, will be receivedas
Other officer Installedwere addressed to all His followers
the apostolic count were a novice in the communityof
Philip J, Cook deputy : "You shall be witnessesfor
.given to Lloyd Brady, Joseph grand knight; Charles C. Our Lady of Victory Missionary r me in Jerusalem and in

Wllle, Miss Cornelia Jones, Crocker chancellor; StanleyB. Sisters on Wednesday all Judea and Samaria and I
Mrs. Edwin Roberts and Ed August 9, in ceremoniesat
Zelusky, advocate; Vernon s even to the very ends of the BMMHH v VHM
win Roberts. W. LaFond, financial secretary the motherhoxave. in Hunt ti2o.I earth" (Acts 1,8)). fellow student nurses at St.

Certificates of elementary ; Herbert F. Bensen, ington< Indiana. Benedict's Hospital especially:
religious teaching were given treasurer; Charles J. Bauer Bishop Leo A. Pursley of To witness for Christ. meansto Geno Biacco: -now a SLlter-

to Mlas Julia Kotcher, Mrs recorder; Deloa B. Rlngler Fort Wayne.South Bend tell others of the priceless and Marie Thompson
Donald Roblson. Mrs. Sofia will at the Investiture legacy of divine troth which
warden; Ronald E. Elder, In preside They explained some of the
Lover, Donald Roblson. Mrs. side guard; Joseph R. Glawer ceremonies.The Jesus entrusted to HI Church's teachings and took

Helen Blehl Miss Donna outside guard; George 8. DeVoes are members of Church and of the help which me to Mass with them. The

Kunlch, Miss Nancy Stock Corey Jr., lecturer; Father Resurrection pariah and Miss the Church offers one to live reverence and devotion of
and Miss Maureen Brady DeVoe graduated last an upright and holy ifs.Since .
Walter J. Jlueche C.SSR., year the worshippers made a deep

Notre Dame Academy chaplain; and Dennis Kele- from Terry Parker High 7s. S 1r the laity outnumberthe impression on me, and I

Father Eymard P. Gallium men, Clyde W King and H. School .4I I/r.-- ...._< _\ti ''''' T. -f- .- clergy and religious by sensed the presence of God.
S.S.E. of Selma Alabama, was Norman Devtne Sr., trustees. St..Patrick more than a hundred to one, Sister M. Estelle answered
elected superior general I of Mr Moseley named John St. Patrick parishioners of Women's Guild in St. PetersburgNew it Is obvious that they must many questions and helped to

the Society of St Edmund. P. Dattoll, a* chief counsellor Jacksonville are having a bear the lion's share of the clear away many misconceptions.

Father Galilean has a sinter, for Columbian Squires Circle dessert card party on July 20, officers of the women's guild Greaser, first vice-president; and burden of sharing it with My interest grew whenI

Sister Marl Carmel S.S.N.D. No. 1711, sponsored by the 8 pm. at the Rituult Lion's were recently installed'' at St. Jude standing, from the left are Mrs. others. began to pray and attend

who is the principal of Notre council Club house" on Lem 'Turner Church in St. Petersburg":Father Timothy Leonard Hunkler treasurer; Mrs. "What will we offer to the Sunday Mass.I .

'Dam Academy in St. Peters The North Jacksonville Road. The donation Is 100. J. Altaian officiated. The officers, Walter Konits, corresponding secretary Lord" asked Pope Plus XII, had been groping for a
"in exchange for the divine
burg. pictured from the left art Mrs. Donald ; and Miss May Quinn recording gift of faith besides the homage religion that satisfied the
CDA national conventionto vice nerds of my heart a* well as
OrlandoKof Street, second -prealdent; Mrs. secretary of our fidelity, if not our
Thomas Brett, pre.ldentrln.; John zeal to diffuse among men the' demands of my Intellectand

CFather hear Cardinal the splendor of divine truth?" the Catholic religion was
Cushing doing this.
Michael F. Troy He replies: "The missionary

from St. James Church has accepted spirit, animated by the fire I followed a course of instruction
the office of chaplain HOLLYWOOD, Florida' -Richard Cardinal Cushing, Pope speakson Coming events of charity, is in some way the conducted by Father .

of the Monsignor Bishop Archbishop of Boston will be the keynote speaker during aid first answer of our gratitudeto Dermody and Father
to convicts
CouncU.2112, Knights of Co- the 30th biennial national convention of Catholic Daughters Tab *.!... U.l f...r. ....n... ._IA' ._1... ... ...... God, in communicating: to Fogarty at St. Josephs
lumbui. Father Troy will of America which opens Sunday, July 10 with head VATICAN CITY (NO) at ...1..,...l.ae.. .... law"sL A4ar ....5.1 ...... ....... sWa. our brothers the faith whichwe Church and that course

succeed! Father Vincent E. quarters in the Diplomat Pope Paul VI has declared have received Support cinched It for me.
., meeting, Diplomat Hotel
Smith 1n this office Men's retreat, July 17, 11.
children of convicts seal the
Hotel here. that 18 23Men'l with your holy cause Here was a Church founded
July to
"must not be made to carry 19 St. Leo Abbey, open to of the expansion of the directly by Christ and author
Solemn Pontifical Man I t tic the unjust burden of crime men of the central area. retreat July 24 29. Church in the world. lied by Him to teach all nation
St. Petersburg sung by Bishop Coleman F. commit of base 26, St. Leo Abbey for men of
nicnardCardinal they did not Women's retreat, July 17, *. He promised to be
Carroll at 4 pm. Sunday, I less suspicion and of dangerous IS it, Holy Name Priory the central area. In other word, the bee ex with It all days, protecting It

July 19 In the Cathedral will Isolation"Such Ban Antonio for women of Women's retreat, July 24 prrftnloa of your gratitude to from error. Upon Peter the

.. DANIEL T. WINTER i CO. mark the opening of the four treatment means "the the Tampa area.Catholic 25, 26, Holy Name Priory, San God for the divine gift of faith Fisherman Jesus bestowedthe

Hoipittl School Bondi day convention expected to CmhlngIfonfhfrrs sacrifice: of their future as. Antonio, for women of the l. to share it with. others. To power to govern and that

403 florid Theatre Bid,. attract more than 1000 delegales j sons of God and honest cltl- I I Daughters of Sarasota, Englewood, Venice, strive to do this II the dnfjr power has extended to all HI.IU.1II0rl .
biennial .
national Catholic.You
from all over the America, Palmetto of every
St. P.t.nbarqPhone lena, Pope Paul said Bradenton, Anna Maria. down to the present.

United States.Archblxhop. of America ....11Irr..C'h Ruskin, Dade City, can share your faith .
162-0)11 Joseph P. Hur The Pup wan speaking on Brooksvllle, Crystal River, Inverness
the example of clean

the during the by a upright
Icy, Florida chaplain of the sermon July 3 to lender of Itul'norlatlun For scouts La:1d..Lakello Ma.I.ktown With grateful heart I was
life, by explaining
MUM and the Cathedra! Tholeunder your
for aid tv received
eaavntida Into
CDA, I II among. the prelates St. Joseph, San faith by answering questions Chrl.fs true
the direction of Ck rlr VALLEY HltiK:. Pennnyl* thirrh. and .
Holy Name Church expected to participate in therofl'am. K.: Itellsnier. will sing. TaalaCArchblshop( Antonio I and Zephyrhlllaareai. about It, by lending Catholic rharlnllo Lord melted our En
Other members. of the hierarchy The delegation was led by literature, by bringing\ non. Holy Com
JACKSON'SSHOES Cardinal Cunning will preside expected to be present the aniiotlatlon's president, John P. Cody epUcopal chair Benefit luncheoncard party Catholic friends to Mm and mulon.

at the Mini and address Include Bishop Paul HagartyO rietro Manca, who is a publio man of the Youth Department July 29, noon Our Lady other services, by your fare My Joy was complete. I

delegates during a banquet .S II. of Nassau; Bishop Joseph prosecutor In Rome. Rome's National Catholic Welfare Queen of Martyrs parish hall, vent prayer and by bringing married a Catholic and have

which will follow at 7.90: P.m. H Iloilgps of Wheeling Mayor Amerigo Fetruccl was Conference, will offer a Sarasota, Women's Guild, prospects to a Priest for In. since helped in leading my

DON BARDELUMl in the convention hall of the Went Virginia; and I HlshopNVllllam alllO l there. Pontifical Low Mass here sponsor. struction. sister. an aunt and two girlfriends

(d+nlger Hotel Diplomat. O. Connare of Qreena- The Tope said l l "the reentry the 6th National Dessert. card party, July 90, Several of these methods Into Christ's true
burg, Pennsylvania.ItegUtralkon into society of the unfortunate July 19 during 8 pro, Illhault Lion's Clubhouse were used in helping to lead Church.
IU.'CI'I..t H. Waters
Central Are, tiMUl .f IUIlh North CnrellM, for the national man Jvut out of prison' Scouting Jamboree. Lem Turner Road Janet Cologna. a registered Would that I could hare
U a very serious and eonspes .e.alah.pwntuan CKComure JackjionvUI: St. Patrick par.lab nurse of Ogden Utah into faith with others
MU.n" chaplain' .t Cetlraue meeting which te con my many
/ and It will of Creensburg. Pennsylvania ,
rATBOMXM tuning here fur the fins operation, sponsor. the fold cf Christ She relates '-.
AJ'"RT''MWIIO lime In the southeast United have satisfying results only episcopal moderator of the CCU training court.. Or the events in this manner:

I THJMM Stales will be open from 2 to if It Is accomplished ina Catholic Committee on Scout Undo HU' John, August I to I had attended various St. Petersburg
.CrroRT. 4p.m.andfrom 7to9p.m. complete way If It Is half ling, will deliver the sermonat churches but lout interestand

men) CATHOLIC PAPEREnjoy {Saturday 18 the done, it .Is done In vain. the Mace Archbishop CodyIs IXCCO gradually drifted
on July on away.
administrator of training: tours.. Sarasota
hotel meiianlne. "It Is therefore necessary" apostolic My interest in the Catholic
\lucent it"Keep.Filled't Convention sessions for that assistance should surround New Orleans. St. Martha August 1 to religion was kindled by some
AUTOMATIC the assisted in every The Jamboree will! be held 15.
Waters rally open at 10 a.m. Mon CCD training course Jack- S1 S .
direction, in his mind-embittered July 17 to 23 and more than
day July 20 when Muu Mar. often relapsing precisely U.OUO scouts are expected. ton vllle, Christ the King. Edouard C. Craig :

DELIVERY guret Buckley, supreme r. because of difficulties, More than :30 Priestchaplainsol August IT to :31. Contractor end Dittributorft ; ;
Chase. Maryland
gent, Chevy ,
and often despairing of a return Cathollc- poNOl'td troop fi'O training course. Cocoa
........ prrckles at the opening ses }:
to a normal life and to will be in attendance Our Saviour, August 1? to 3L /
Sf..We- sion.lllshop. the esteem of his own family Vie; *Maul Cenmft St. '.

a.uvratw.-4441314 ALPINE Carroll will be the and of society and In the and Mouie Tiles

Th. H Nurtin Home principal speaker' during a solution of the hundred prac IM4ASt.Se. J47-4IOI I 4MS till Street Norm
n"l 'w ?
{.( Florida' Day luncheon which deal problems Involved In re*
r< H.IM Cere. will be served at 1JTO: pm.Mrs. sliming honest and gainful t 9

OLDESt alld LARGEST 147417))4U John )I. Koenl,. CDA work" J. lee Shard

IH nNB LAS 2 III Are. SovtH state treasurer and grant President!
regent Court Patricia Miami Gets grant *.
wilt preside and a welcome rP
lines K\TOY, rioeM
will be
to delegates extended
I by Mrs. Frank St.net- (:M')-A grant of KM.OOO has ,

Cameo Dining Room dell. State Resent, SL .'1tt.r. teen received by Marymount
*t4M burg who U. nxhalrman of Junior College here from the r
.. .. r / t. is Nooif
-* s .t.5EDWARD arrangements the conven Prank J. Lewis Foundation t .4'
O JAMES HOTELS lion oe Chicago to Increase Its library .. sr rtTsnintna BCSI
y ea. tea As. e ..* M4 TBCST
... a.1cltaw holdings ,', pr m. ,. .-.111 T..e ..5..q t.w.4 a, rear. scnicn
$ :Cb..wl.,.S_*f tee Tfte |nv.c lkn ..,1_. tneenrn ,

......... c....... ... ....... a_... | *.n will lie given .yKntber Priest diesruIITUANu
La5 naiM4M. n*** JMM .... (.Ineklrr, OC-Re: Jc ar CALL-.ny fim. FREE 24-HOUR
IITJO: On BITd.Tr.a.Ire l 4*.4 MISMICost $
r-Mlor, Sacred Heart perish, qulem Mass for Monslgnor sat .f d.T er sight.

PtnelUs Parka e.4 rn.,Uln George P. Johnson 77, vicar Ambulance Service

.1 ('D\ t>eri HI****** .:11... general! of the Portland dlve 4& This community: attics offers: e Trained

bath Ann S..toqBenediction < under two DUhoi. was .+ s3. ad Attendants Oxygen Equipped Ambulincee -

Free will be givenby offered here on July 13 in obuntlon.; o Anywhere la City Without

Father William O'Meara tX Joseph Church where he 3.. 2.8821 I

CheckIngAccounts CSS.H. former chaplain Miami we pMtor St. Pe+enbrq. C. E. PREVATT MEMORIAL

K+ttow4Cdr Junior Catholic Daughters Durtng Ms life span Monslgnor Flee4.; lOt .Stttl St. N. HOME
of America. Jehnun who diedhen '
1t July S. was "baked with

Available Urs. Delegates of 13 will CDA attending Include Courts the mesa Runt convention all Bishops I but the ol f fist\*tiss of the. He seven WMonUtMil Try- this kitchen treat I Parish PHARMACY Guide I Iij

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.....* '-. .. S The Florida Catholic, friday July 17, I944
__. ,...JI'I"5'T'; "
Significance of word 'catholic'noted 'ot'- .

\!. +,;, Group af college includes

in of Paul 'if, ,'
sermon Pope '.", : \

c 'd' 11; Sisters of four familiesST.
VADC.ClTl.Pope Paul VI spoke recently to a still outside the Christian

crowd of 20 Cardinals, more than 6000 seminarians study nln lizaUon. joo "

ing in Rome and thousands of other pilgrims concerning ..U'GI'STINPEight: Sisters enrolled this sum.
"The neater' part of Ma* men for graduate work at Barry College In Miami are
I the significance of the catholicity of the Church.In kind bas not )et retched' IkeMewae ,
blood sisters. Six of them Sisters of St. from
the opening portions of his sermon Pope Paul of I...."" ..... The are

spoke directly to the assembled seminarians on that characteristic world' .U not jet catholic." r.rw the congregation whose mother/house is in St. Augustine,
the Oldest in the U. S.
of the Catholic Church "which we call today The Pope asked the srmlnariaru tern In that they merit the
Three St. Joneph Sisters attended
catholicity, that is to say status and fulfill the functions
But he noted that man present if it was not St. Joseph ('011.1\".
universality. habitually seeks his self interefet the desire to spread the Con + now In Jensen Hewn, and common to other public
Warmtng to his the 4 and private Junior college
theme and that of his immediate pet to be missionaries, which" % r rle rt formerly In !St. Auffunttnewhere
Pope noted that the using of family and perhaps, led them to become candidate "Sw they received their a- In addition they offered currlcuU -
words over and over again and special trainingnot
for Priesthood. He
with some development that an. orUte of arts tregree/ *'
"often detracts from the available In public juniorenllejjea.
of his country or social claw SMered" for them saying: Slater Mark"' Michelle of
vigor and the wonder of their Recommendationsfor
"Missionary .
"Even today" he said, "the Christ the King School, Jacknonvtlle
significance. furthering the Catholic
Such a word he
steins from the potential but
ant her aster Slater

heart of ,
modern man (in.lsit
laid Is "catholicity. junior college movement
UU not effective catholicity
M am-ella of St. Joeph
difficult to surmount these
l>re entrd. as well ss a plan
of the Church It from
"We see. thU term of Yatbn.llrlijr' inner barriers and when" items School, Winter H\en; for the tablUhment of a
the investiture of
with extreme ease, civil progress urges him to Pentecost !\ >ter Ktleen Murk of St. Joseph syatem of Catholic Junior colleges .
given to the little Church: to
School In St. Petersburg
prartk-ally without realizing widen hU capacity for love
r in a geographical" or
become universal 'rom the
the fullneM. to which" It revfee. toward the world, he replies and her sister Stater M. ecrlealaatlrat, area.
apostolicity of the Church
*, the drnamUm '" hk'h.man..I. with" uncertainty and nukes Esther of Cardinal Mooney' Bachelorof
receding a
.. springs Its vocation to catho High School In Sdratota" SU-
from It. the heantjr the selfish condition that it ;
Science degree' from St.JIII..ph .
which licity. The missionary receives tee M I Juliana of Our Lady's
Implies and the ef. should work to his benefit College Emmltiburf.M .
fort whkh" It Impose. : on his shoulders the St hool. stntune. Puerto Rica !
Oaly with' true mandate of an which r>Uml!, Sister Jerome pur-
a ralholklty apotttle and her lter' Sister M Clement .
"In ordinary language It rae these. inner boundaries urges him forward along of Cardinal Mooney .UM| graduate work" at the

often become a term which" bo overcome, the Tope de. paths which Mill make the High School atholk" : University of America

defines, and therefore tries to cUred.Then" world catholic" 1 where she earned a Mu.

circumscribe! and limit the This duty of Catholicism Th. other |pair" ft .ller at ler of Arts degree in l(>fiO.;

one and true Church-whichLi. he said: aid the Pope is what creates Starry now are ..I.ter.. nf the Other Inatltutlons at which

precisely! the Catholic "If the Catholic name is the perennial Pentecost' within llnljr :N.M.. ft Je... and she has studied. Include }*ont*

Church-to distinguish It truly there forever every the Church, and the "ur V Mary, "MUler lUihara. Hi... bonne Collage! In St. tx>uls.

from other segment, repect- selfishness is overcome, every jjency of responding to this .f NI. Jmih Hrhnol In u,.. Harry College In Miami and

able and alo gifted with" im- class difference is raised to duty of Catholicism blows, In 4>..10.it sad MUler" James M1chart the Lnlveralty of Florida in

manse Christian treasure, but full social. solidarity, every the sails of the Church" of Ml. 1 Mary< M'h.m| !I. UalneavUl

still separated from the catholic nationalism is merged in the As examples of the response From four familiesAmong .Key We.URecrntly
good of the world
fullneM. Sometimes we' the Pope cited the deek .
form of racism. 1s appointed I the acsdemlc
every condemned
prefer instead of the term'catholic' form \ >pmer.t of prevent day lay graduate students enrolled' Marie Michelle SSJ and Sister M, dean of St. Joseph ('(11.
every of totalitarianism 1 1I
that of Christian. Is revealed In its and clerical apo.to1.ltethe at Barry College in Miami this sum France!! SJU.i; row 3. Sister Eileen: leas Jensen |11..t\, )FtorliU
almost forgetting that In ecumenical I council
I theChurch's I
concept ,
and in inhumanity. The small heart mer are four seta of blood sisters, Marie SSJ. and Sister M. Father I I. Shier Mary Jerome" n". I 1
reality the first relations with all
U intended to encompass all goes' to pieces, or rather It forms of modern' life and Its above, from left, foreground Sister SS.J.; row 4. Sister M. Julian SSJ. RSJ.! who, aeMtmed. I her du-

of the second and not always, acquires an unknown capacity efforts to draw closer together James Michael SNJM. and Sister and Sister M. dement S.S.J. tie In that ......iOQ In Jarvu
for expansion." ...ry of this )er, .Hhe .two returned
vice verw." separated Christians and norv Barbara ROM &N.J.M; row 2, Sister
from the rathollUniversity
The Pope laid that the Denplte the mark of catholicity Christians as well e
L fAm..r" InWltlhon.
mark of catholicity calls on being In implicit operation
HC. 'where the
all for a meeting with Cod'sinercy in the Church: an one of in booksCatholic
Variety thrtor" of htn .
and "with this call its inborn rights the Pot. rarped a |11 utrVjr
said in extrinsic degree with a major' In higher
forms the new people His reality it has

people, the assembled people not gone far enough: "Indeed a-u-Uon.

of the Church" in concrete reality the catholicity NM.r Mary, Jerome the.as .
ity in Russia explained by history
of the Church still is lit lopl..1( bat 4..ciorel4U

enormously lacking .erlaioa| "T ".llInlac.

Daytona Beach As proof of this he cited the tiI|7xarch Leonid Feodo- trial before the revolutionary nplalfMOtf, a small number of livereti I at Ih* Joint "UIII kale ('''11..". In lk. failed

fact that "Innumerable pro *- high court In Mswrvw i I. foreigner*. were at differentprrtoiis .if the Midwest Modern Lan- ",...., Their <<<".*.1..1....s,

plea, whole, continents, are roe Bridge! Builder a principal cntuern But to .IHMtI from In*** gush AMWNlaiton and the A4ailaUlrafo. | a4 Hole."
between Rome and Moscow ( .
FurniKir; Boob torn at lent other name "ahN'ntr.Uon' limp*, and. the lemral HerwUaame- 1.infern / Itata mealed' 7* Cattail
modern 2-ta-l
By Paul Mallleux S.J. I Malls make im"lUllr
Grtttin Carat may more familiar. they ptnvktat *
ctylleges M )
) twoyear ; opened
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Offlct Supplies rHnfinf C*. There I III a striking tlmell- Vllna, Poland, were aim. on this. unusual' life story. Mentnr4)meffa U.>k, New were Included In *U- e1ectrlc
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III North Bath Sfrtal Ct 7-4214 n. M.gttefl Vatican Council II approaching Hudklewks was" summarily death are afalUMa\ .I..... "JUInt AmU_ Ilia Life the light" of dtartuwlon/ >> II to ref

Its third ....Ion. amt the executed: after the ftnalprocedure a .,-1 effort w. ..... In and' Time'*." by Ansehi I faredl, the need hot Catholic junior risers

spirit of ecumenlam ao notice and the upmar ...a.a bias !. what" penned !. trannUled by M, J. fi'.l.UKJ. .. colleges In a general and forth

aide. There I* much substance this caused tn >Kuropa> atwtAmertra k* kU .*.. days. .. UnUeriity Notre Item.>> altRIMer Junior enll.g| *aIn
v v vv JUST to It, too. may well t..-_.*. I'rc.Pint." 4n1 l pp. wllhehnw iiartkuUt, was lwed upon

PENNIESPER the life of Arrhw.hep. Oop.lak. It la true live Interventionarrlfe ,>lu<4ll ('e se.ca.4 with ... Ufa who aerred a term inprtiipn .f too late, but the in.lermetllary The author .la i
I.br.1M- type 0f roller** tit Into "e -..... ......
GLASS a" "... .( a ...*fft row but lived/ to die /In ... afiU to collect Amhro.dan Lllwary In )IlIA... CairVifM higher *dutafb pelt 111r
v iiii CLINK ; .... RaMlaai rharrk .... fcecaai Passaic, New Jertey In IKM.Thli detail of hU Ul lUnMs amiiteaih Jar I.,LsetltsAr

VITAMDtCCompUte a rrteat sad tka err.1.I trial inrUenlally which had occurred
.. \ pro<
rNttCHfD Ualkal leader .f R>..... skied the Catholic pass In only hours before. I Mr.,\a..e 1 ..'.err......nee. sA.rM*a..r..i si.n umr re .. >,iJ.,NJla'y.J1nnw .

Calaollr, |It win fife sissy the United. State with on* of Looting herb, the re*.1,r .. pea "wr'i-.'. .e.M -..
{1ffiOO'lUll .rw r.e tiow
v v readere a..w ....a" I... the notable news ..t.. ..." of will find that Ive has leanv| I = MM IoM 14 w a.l
... a Ow sores ... row I ". ,-
DRINKS a. HUai af "'''dot. .la that ers. IWpM rtgtd] Red S treat deal not only Stout awe Asa. M aw.I __

OSANOI Gun ItBMla kefote ... after Ike. crrwur Mp. the NC\M N*.. father I*.w>trl fenlnrtn'..but MM .. UfM' ......* I IM, IMM |tl| Il-.t PmI& ..

n dAPrtGaunfat, ../ IW It.tolstb.. novice. was able to being o-it Stile gout Hustte bath I tat Ifl 1w, Ur M. f..n-i '--' ,..... .w.se we w..w .
FLORIDA IS FULIOP ._ .. .... ....-.... tat atul MmM. Here .to a *" ..rll .
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remains a perennial mystery how a knowledge of revelation is required. I IT must give you Catholics hall be my disciples Indeed, day, our supernatural every per.

the Jewish teachers who saw and Good will is absolutely necessary, if a shock to discover how and you shall knoW the Father peetlve. There 1* none of us

heard Christ on earth could refuse to one I is to receive the gift of Faith.In much of your religion Is not truth and the truth halt Leo J. so busy that h*'c.nnowith

accept Him as the Redeemer. They the case of the Jewish leaders, really divine at all Trinities, make you free"CJohn 04132)). determination salvage fifteen

were privileged, as few people havebeen their false notion of the Redeemer was Savlotr: -Cods, Virgin Birth, Frank J. Our Lord infant, .* lie Tre e minutes to half an hour a
Blood sacrifices, eating the
to listen to the Lord as He unfolded modeled on their own selfish, material asceticism 1' Hlmitelf went on to explain, day for spiritual J reading.
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the truths of God to be able to desires. The loving spiritual- '. that acceptance
peace these and lots of other thing, : would free u* from the i day it is amazing how much
Him much liked. minded Christ cut directly across their found !In
question as as they are to be pagan religions. slavery of .. knowledge a person can acquire
When they demanded His credentials, hopes of a temporal kingdom and ; In the j ear's total of

the proof of His claims, He startled earthly privileges. Their pride and Shock Is the right word for ;, It It obvious that we cannot grams which are wholly eec :90 hours.

them with His miraculous power. The stubbornness blinded them. They would the great mass of Catholics view the world througl1Cbrlat' ularlstlc in their underlying
when the modern sciences of and make our Our program of spiritual
dead rose again. The blind recovered not bend. Christ could not compromise. to the sincerity of their eyes philosophy
anthropology and In accordance with reading need not be
comparative aa
eight. Extraordinary thugs, unknownIn Day by day, as lie spoke to them they religion were In their explosive prayer God has responded. Judgment Ills values, and till remaina What to U we not read necessarily, see and bad.listen pensive project. ex.

human history, happened before abused the helps offered them to repent beginnings a hundred All over the earth, all chattel of Satan. Secular truth has its own

their eyes. and believe. Hardness of heart years ago. And It is till the .through the ages, men came We may feel, with considerable value. But It U completely Some of the finest of Catholic

Moreover these were not ignorantmen. set in, and they were well on the roadto right word for mOlt ofI, to the conclusion that someone truth that we do divorced from all supernatural literature now Is published

They were the learned of their final impenitence. when we first meet them. But' is directing the universe abide in ChrUt'a word and considerations. It is In paperback formatat

day the scholars who constantly This helps to explain why Our the shock Is no longer of hors _even the atheist\ who believes that we have shed the hackle oriented to the here and now, modest prices Many par.
studied the detailed description of the Lord could at the sight of the ror and near panic, but ratherof they were of aln. We concede that and frequently man's short- Ishes! feature a rack of such
weep pleasure in the similarities can hardly deny that It was but books In the church: "..tI-!
Redeemer found\ in their propheticalbooks. city of Jerusalem the city of those already discovered and in a natural sort of conclusion we are do far from to maintain perfect our term Cod's values eternal are values substitutedfor bule. We should not snatch a

One by one, the prophecies men who heard the voice of God, but the expectation of more to for men to draw. Anyhow, in union we with try Jesus. We do try book from the rack too hur.

were fulfilled in their presence by acted as if they had not He had plead come.Chrlitlanlty's. vast numbers, they drew It. to remain In the state of Exposed daily to the nlndImperc.ptlbly secularlstlc rigidly In spiritual reading

Christ Quickly enough the little people ed with them to turn to "the things Certain things followed, practically grace viewpoint become, our the what is tender steak to one

saw He was the One long await. that are for thy peace," but they only cicada clearer thai unlqienei before the simply as because a matter men of are course everywhere However, freedom la not a mind of a worldling can ; a nice person to another may be tough leather

ed. But the leaders were only stirredto turned their backs on Him. The destruction ex plot'Ion. men. gift which la acquired once worldling, perhaps but stilla
anger, when the multitude acclaimed of Jerusalem remains u a and forever. It has been often worldling. Whether Jn the church

Him, "Hosanna, hosanna to the Son kind of symbol of the ruin of the soul Not every "similarity" is Sacrifice I la particular acid that the price of freedom vestibule or In a Catholic
of David." that rejects God. really so, of course GatherIng teem to arise naturally la eternal vigilance If If we are to abide In {"hrll" bookstore, we should brows
together groups of three denying' onetclf the ... of this Is true of political freedom word If we are to keep ourChrUtUn a bit; read a few pages of this
If we are puzzled because the Pharisees This Sunday's Gospel is worth gods In one or other of the something one would enjoy, It la doubly and triply mentality from book and that, until we hate

condemned Christ, we forget that reading closely See in it a warning paganiams-even if they are and eettlag It apart a* the true of aplrltual freedom.To being' diluted by our dally Intake found one which promises to

man can always "sin against the light." for us, too, for it is always possible called triads-does not touch perUI property of the Tower. abide In Christi word of ecalarltl0 thought, hold our Interest If we

Evidence of God's truths does not nec to sin against the light to abuse the the uniqueness of .Father Son would be a consciousness to retain His mind and His "e lout balance bur Intellectual choose a book which is too

essarily mean the acceptance of His helps God gives us to know and love and Holy Spirit And as we There of whatever in themselves outlook L) not accomplished diet with a generous dry or too profound for our
have noted in earlier columns, measure of spiritual reading. present taste, our spiritual
truths. In order to believe than Him decision.
more more. was a barrier to union by t Ingle
of reading suffer
there are plenty strange may an early
births In the myths, but not a a sense of guilt that needed Oar group upon HI truth Our growth In the knowledge demise.
Sacred i Scriptur* virginal conception In the lot cleansing But that barrier removed will be maintained only bya of Christ and Ills! truths
they could concentrate must keep pace with our To a great extent we are
prior to Chrl.. .. continuing effort to probe
I Faced with some of the exaggerated on the possibility of more deeply l Into 111* mini growth in the knowledge of what we read.
world affairs and secular
(almost Intoxicated' union-they might imaginethe and to absorb ills truth more
We think the
Eternal plan of salvation toldq. !) claims made by enemiesof god coming among them fully. progress.A of
thoughts our mind has been
the Faith. Catholics almost in human form, perhaps: of few words from the pulpit
automatically fell into the some kind of eating that Only In this way will our on Sunday hardly can offset fueled to think
THE Chosen People were Tbl tilemed people had habit of d.nlalaalnat might bring him within them. ChrUtmlndedness survive! the the thousands of word. If we are to keep Christ's

t. understandablyproud been chosen as *n Instrument each Towering over them all wouldbe secular culture In which we which the world will speak word and to retain our aph l.

of the fact that God In the working out of the dl-. must new "similarity"felt either they din- in one place or another, live. Our mind la influenced during the rest of the week. tual and Intellectual freedom,
they ,
had singled th.nout of .11 Father vine plan of salvation for aU or perish. But with the mystical experience-the Inevitably, by what we feed Our weekly diocesan paper we must continue to uncover,
prove ,
the peoples of the earth to be Jobs J. mankind. the first excitements over, believing Absolute being, utterly trans.cendent Into It. We saturate our mind hardly can balance alone theseven through our reading, the

Ills very own. 1 The Infinite God was not Christians found yet met by them it with dally newspapers, with issues of our favorite limitless riches of Christ'struths.

Their pride centered In a C..loCof limited to the temple of Jerusalem themselves drawn to the new the centre of their own being. magazines and television pro- dally. .

peclal "way on the city of ,, r ; lie could not possibly sciences and gradually! accepted All these things -petition r

Jerusalem, glittering symbolof be. And so the psalmist sings: as leaders In thema worship, sacrifice, guilt, longIng -
the divine choice. J Here Glorious things art said of Catholic for Instance Is for union, mystical experience Pope Paul VIAltar

stood the temple, Ills dwell you, 0 city of GoOf professor of anthropology at -belong so wholly to

big la the midst cf His pea Jacob" God ehoe not I tell of Egypt and/ Babylon Oxford, a mont orthodox Eastern the nature of man that when

ple. only a people out of all the among those that know the Orthodox holds the Cod did, In the Chosen People boys give honor by service

This pride Is e pre..fd U peoples of the world hut a LORD.Of chair cf comparative religion and In the Cod-man, reveal

,..,. M, abort tint difficult rlly.. out et all the titles of Phlllstla. Tyre, Ethiopia: at the University of Chicago His will aU of them wouldbe Following la a portion of bells and little bells, to serve memberlag you, of course, U

poem.It Israel "Thl man was born there. It had been a very shallow\ found. the translation from the Italian as fine acolytes, march In article It of the con.tlt.Uou

Wherever the true won. apologetic Indeed which had of a recent address made procession and also sing Itself Mating that also you, I
The Ark of the Covenanthad
Is difficult precisely because shipper of God may be geographically failed to see that similarities They would be elevated by Pope Paul to the altar which Is the most difficultand little minuter of the altar,
It Is so short: terse little been kept In many townsIn \ he till belong are to be expected and not mad hew, but their root boys of the perishes and Institutions at the same time most excreta a true liturgical min
phrases fall from the lips the early day, andh.r. to Jerusalem" U Ualgninrant but In. are !. the nature find gave beautiful
spiritually only expected rejoiced of Rome. thing to do, when istry.
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of the psalmist, that among the have learned It, the moil
had appeared to III" Fur they are evidence of Uod'a rtveUllon/ all then altar of This
phrases which are non too countries mentioned are tho.twho DEAR boys ours, dear and moet recreational. Is not an because your
clear at first reading. Then chosen liut/umenU, places were traditionally the the deep-l/l. unity of human right' and Mturl element will tell you first ef participation In the sacred
too, the Hebrew text has like Dethol, Blehent, Silo. Due fiercest enemies of Israel and nature and of (lode love would operate according' to all that we are happy to have You are fine, we were sayIng functions offers other aspects

been rather poorly preserved, eventually it was Jerusalem Its! Million,! Ethiopia, In the for all m.B. the Idea men had of God. you all here around \II we and how Important: without 'worthy of great consideration.The .
you, could holy Church
which H. had selected as Illspermanent
with the result that translators abode. heart of Africa, 1 Ia listed because Men have been reaching up Since religion "was m n', rejoice In finding you so numerous stand with honor? You art social and communityone

do not always agree on of Its rcmotenes to God from the beginning of effort to enter Into relation : how! many are )'ouf aware of this, because you for example: whereveryou

the exact. rendering of this or With verse 4 the perspective No matter how hostile, no human history and God has with God, any errors about Once you were a mall number like to have duties of trust are, beloved tons of our

that verse. broadens, and herein lies matter how remote may t* not disdainfully Ignored their God would be found in their ; now you are a goodly In sacred functions; If at Christian families and beer -

The general theme, however the theological Importance of the actual abode of (}od', Imploring. Great streams of approach. Yet no one "who rank that brings happiness to times you quarrel among k>\ cons of that Christian

I U obvious; it ll slated the paalm. faithful they till belong prayer have been flowing hat himself had the religious the heart just in seeing It yourselves It is exactly in family, which Is the Church: ,

unequivocally In the opening The concentration on God's spiritually to Jerusalem to Godward and God has answered experience In Its fullness can Very good! We must say'bravr order to arrive before others the community at once tea

lines: choice of Israel, and of Jerusalem the one true God. them-in fullness fall to see the Reality toward not only to all of you and obtain some Important or fcgnlses itself. constitutes iuelf

Ills foundations upon the In particular, may seem Tats psalm find Its only In His Son but never which .with whatever admixture but also to many other per' delicate service to be per and draws clone together;

holy mountains the LORD qUIte restrictive& But actuallythe felt fulfillment .In the new per with total silence: wherevermen of error, they were striving. son that hold merit In your formed. You are conscious of you Innocence stimulate union by your
loves authentic teaching of the have prayed according specialized beginning useful by your joyful-
: .cfl., th* Church. training, being for somethingaertoua
prophets Coda I inspired ness, by your Deed for love
The gates cf Blon, more with your mothers and and sacred; and It it
than any dwelling of Jacob. spokesmen, was much more No matter where Its! members father who let you go IA thus you render honor to to and be aid considered Afterward there la
\ The "holy mountains" are UnlvtrsallsUe. may live, they all lookto fact offer you to your service God! educational
f the hills which Jerusalem Undeniably God has chosen 1\011'11. 'HI foundation Vatican letter aa alur boys. We .wish aspect represented by
upon Israel a* Ills own particular the holy mountain here M le muck 10 that the ecumenlcal the group of altar boys. This
w.a" built. The "gat* of upon a* to greet your parenaand
Blon" are those of the Holy people and Jerusalem as Ills their' spiritual! horn And convey to them our pleasure ) council (y*. knew, would particularly deserve an
Holy See outlines views dont ion, skit th. ecumenical adequate examination! which
City, a pou expression! for peclal I dwelling place among thy look forward, with dW and graterulnee Dear
the city Itself men. But Israel had been selected vlnely Inspired hope, to their mans you will be able, upon council ... Ih* meeting ., we could not carry out here.It .
1 not the exclusive obJect eternal residence all the KUho. of the worM la sufficient for
ai la the he rcnly returning home, to take our us to
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who guide you acid Instruct propl*** participation. lm the
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you and particularly to your metal prayer of the Church
participate la undertaking .
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Greek texts and In several In the orUtaul text but vwwM(..e en .peace *r'"t ro-rs*>d the ....tfW I... ***&*. the good Prints la ar

-- Mau translations of the Bib!.. and was similarly *
>ai.A ratuoue rape, ... are alto used by some of the uae.The LrIM. _klo| to ward. off the well. How cMifcl a beautiful

ro ... awl ear.>. ...... Greek Father of the Dour h. rtrted standard tern ** ejM. ., .1 purl kn.ware .!.*> peril and M detlre refeftoue rre sorry be fti).
IK MM r.*....i 0s... However, the Utter Greek part cf s WM settee s.lpmHefttol thai humanHy shah "- filled. wttiM* jut* It I* not
alto, new wkMr u"d toy
*....*, r*.4.. 1111sMertrU texts and Latin tran.Utk>M .. I unnhrUMim Itself. such .
Auwkw ..fJ,.... .. has tr i > to t ) : .>a to U" A. ass omit them. Scholars today. ftetther tM Ktef J.... e/sa- .fever ef I.*... M ..... fi
...a. 1191 e. ,..,I MMf are agreed that they wereiw .kp' we ts* '..*.- hssnulf. rrAx.| haM h rIt e sad .*.MnI.I.. which ef Prt****; w.. scud take reeeww a.e rat. s .r..l > rfRAut
.. < In the original test of fcl "
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....... Matthew, tout proUNy were The utawve. than: We docoeapUl .. eao.r ors ore. ere.,.....
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..., ., ... C4b.4. rrw .u-. borrowed from tttwgVee.1TKe the L rer* Prayer a* er tart'
..... Nor .... M tie Mtotnl h>. and .w
.Legal ( .slipsww. Oa UM ether hat .
... ..,.. Wens M. kdKMw gave it to ML We Thus Pope Pawl VI alMwedinMAratkn y* are
curs u.' sass.Oases. peal *ve law, ef Piss XII l i th.peat !.
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MM, aa u... ........ sa ....1 uMiMB of ..IoU... Uwtr treyen WM un... ....... to Khy c.M bMOet4e ... tN eregea std tluescg &h ...
awl Of John .
ru (Mil .sew Uw A4| III tt..... ,
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DvR .to bit final prayer b*. itoerly arwvjr* eM a dae....." has wwnrlMd aa .firM' *. .,..* MM a* gnu. eNH -a w.ra ,a+.. r a. YrC.e O

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_. .... kee ..... ('C y added to the Lords Pray taw Ptthr. Md to. tft 1 ilea lha MIa eater the row .. ...* ef good v LTe are UM Urn a.* t*.e .* e.*eytUM
west a. away H. '"TUn. 0 UrO t* tMgreetne and to UM Mel/. ****. AS ItWM a tro., just **4 M.*r* ...*. !)**jr Father. huge that body: ....+.. ., .... fcto .

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The Florida Catholic Friday July 17. IOM!)

ii.: : : 1 The new apostles

Council.: oft Constancy. ,- held, ( .M. N Work to convert China is timeless

landmark Church unity By Cl-aa D. Klttl.r Tan and accused the European authorities, sacrificing him

t r ,, the land of desiottreet Christiana-the Ml.. elf for the sake of the re
VATICAN CITY (NC) Pope Paul VI has recently IN son was the easiest crimeto .Ion*rie*-of bribing the malnlng Christians! and per

Issued a Latin language letter commemoratlnr the ecumenical r commit The missionaries people to become Christian haps making Fan understandthat :

council of Constance ((1414.1418)), In which, he in China :00 years ago knew of persuading women to reject nothing treasonous was
credited that council with the this, andI() they were wry j marriage and of performing being perpetrated.
i ne letter_ was addressed to restoring Church' unity.. ":lr.rulln their dealing with magic: at their religious Rut It was uncles: Fan

Archbishop Hermann Schaeu- events perturbing the Internal the people One misstep, however ceremonies. To .'an, any of could not grasp that it was
this wan grounds! for treason. their devout love of God that
fete of Fnlbur innocent could mean
,. Germany life of the Church once
The occasion was the MOth more showed that the supreme exile, even death. Honors had, Influenced the women to
vocationIn lead lives of chastity.
anniversary of the council: pontificate wa the
BUhnp Peter ("asa, a SpaaMl -
World War I prevented the true foundation of theChurch'l ,,
Kr nrlw
n, told kUlile Kowhow .u a youngwoman How to explain
celebration of ill SOOth annlersary. unity and that It li at KoorkowtVe who had become
\ It put an end to the was universally
recognized astuch
Christian and taken the And how could It be
name explained
go-called Schism of the West ," the Pope declared. "\ are In the land of war
of Teresa I\I'hop Rani had to him that the ml
by the election of Pope Mar lord who fear change and
Therefore the COB aril of dread once explained to her the role racle of the Mass wsi! not
tin V following a period during freedom. Therefore .let
which there were several Con.Unce has become a.,.... u* I''ft'd slowly. I and carefully of women In religion, of Site magic but a bco.uUful.lft of
bol of fidelity toward the ten who !ll well In purity sere. the Faith Ai for bribingpeople
claimants to the papal throne. preaching charity and
The Pope in his letter,dated (CkBrrh a ad r a.*<|Bealr] purity, with ourll."" a*, our ing Clad' and Isle creatures to turn away front
toward the Though there was no nearby their country's ancient religion .
May 27 recalled the historical .ITUlIOr of Peter first example. flod will bring
._ __._- content for training. Teresa the said.
importance of the ancient OB whom Christ bath His Iv.- u* soul In III ..",,1 l lime" Rlshop :
deckled to live as much likea "If I had to people to
I l a BIT h. pay
archdiocese of Constance This was precisely what .
, St. Martha's Guild in SarasotaThe nun It she coukl accept my ..Ith. 1 couldn't:
which the events of the last "It is therefore Governor Fan, the Fooe'howofficial
fitting that Fan bed her arrested then Mleve In It much myself. I
century caused to be Incorporated ilht I not want From
Into the Freiburg solemn celebration of so great annual Installation luncheon president; Mrs. Thomas Frit>uche, other district loader, he had asked: "Who atlvtod' you to simply show by explanationhow
an event should be specially for the member of the St Martha's president: Mrs. A, K. Chase second INrn.1| what happened \<\ remain maklen?* true and good this religion .

See.Of marked by the exaltation of Guild of Sarasota wa held vIce and Mm. Kath le ..., .. I... I deceive nobody, I
the Church's recently -pmIdentt; sealed |''tH> when tM14", (.""* "Suhnd.YT.r. aalil.! Ichone
the council Itself ke Mid more unity, once at the Field Gub. These women were ren Nlcderlandcr corrrspondini seer fhrUlUn 1 They were Las tit ski so (for tnvself.. baptise only those who sincerely

that-not roBadl all problems solved raised at many difference resplendent, and after contnvDenies. : so Inatalled aa officerfrom: the left retary' ; and Mrs. Margaret Grig, recording willing tit lake !part In spite Ian continual; "What al xit "nut' want the religion me to do of so.jour")
are yet wars against other itlstrkts, all these other girls who are
In the seated, Mn. Daniel Brown first vice- secretary and treasurer. "
the Cornell .( CoBnla are's person of her" they refvuMtl to provide their. refusing to marry' That la country Is not ours, Fan said.
sole and undoubted head.
merit of biting restored Bally daughter to the Ifmlf'tI. theystopptrt Igor skiing. In It not*" rtUkop Haas *...re.l: Mil
of Ik. Church thee la going to the lempl.eand "Y'.," Teresa a1lmltt..!. "| fklaa. Mill roM to Shim Mil

danger mast b. ttco .llfCl." Founder diesKV Pope Paul citizens to help were no longer Influenced a.lvl-ed them. If that U a glut. ) ... day, when It I* really'

The papal letter continued' : urges by the government-appointed. crime, I am the only culprit. .....,......... | work Inwardthai
: YORK Solemn He-
lamas. Let them gar' ... ."
'This due above ,
was all
to qulem Mass for Mother M.
the happy election to the supreme Teresa! one of the seven new African republic gain stature .... writ-owed every rkaar "".. will all its' said ran.in "Y ul' work will soon fin

pontificate of Martin founders of the Carmelite It. had I* euermlaale the pour death." .tad they Uh," saliL "I sentence you to

V. Sisters for the aged and infirm krMlaa... Mere erecuted.tl'hen be killed."
This event which took offered VATICAN CITY (NC) Pop Paul VI has sent a a'II1I'"tk for the Church Ist
was In fit Pat. The Bishop almost smiled..
t t\l iliht In Malawi Cathullee In the spring of 1747 a man other were arrrste' l
place Immediately after grave rick Home here by her brother message congratulation to the people of the new < "0-. you think that death will
are governed through an of Kwwrhow had an argument and executed, ItUhop SanarealliH
African republic of Malawi
Father Raphael Schoof: formerly Nyaealand. and top my work In Heaven Iwill
archdk,,'ere and four dioceses, with a Christian ant decidedtn thai the only tit
0.3.1'. last week. urged the Catholic of the country to contribute to the way work even harder for the
of which is headed seek against all further terror to
JACKSONVILLEJACKSONYltUS one by a revenge prevent was
Mother Teresa died on July republic social Intellectual conversion of China with
their country. la the. social, I.. M.I..I hum prelate. of his kind. The man went ,.. surrender himself to theWoman's
6 of a occlusion and have
coronary: at and cultural life. every prayer 1 all
Carmel Manor Home, Fort lellertaal and cultural I eternity to on with
The English language text .. .
.r. as well la the field
Thomas, Kentucky which she job You have only your life.time
FfNEST of the papal message, dated .f
Material .
pro.p.rtty.'l'pon "
founded. A native of Richmond to lo
r your
May 29, but published In ttl
lluiiderbtrdSflrving Virginia she was the L/Osservatore Romano, Vatican the rulers of the I Next day, as the Bishop
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. knelt before his
Joseph executionerto
new state we Invoke idea-
City dally, on July 10 Las
School Mother Teresa follows: mlnatlon and strengthening he decapitated he said: "I

Dtticioui Joined the Carmelites In 1910. "To venerable graces from on high Upon J1f am going to Heaven. 1 wish/

Bishop Richard J. Acker John Baptist our. Hubert Theunlssen. brother. the entire population of Malawi I. you were coming with m..'
STEAKS In that
man C.sp. of Covlngton offered we call down Ood'a Instant the execu
a Pontifical RequiemMass Archbishop of Rlamyre, nI.j tloner understood, and h.
SEAFOQD$ do avail choicest favors of prosperity,
for her In the Cathedral willingly we ourself peace and advancement. To te 1.1.1'I: want to go there with/
PRIME RIBS Basilica of the Assumption In venerable brother of the solemn you, venerable brother, to the all my heart."

liil tXPREHWAYJACKSONYItlE Covlngton. Burial was In lion Independence occasion 'of the proclama of Nya Ordinaries, clergy religiousand \ All this happened' W year
Gate of Heaven In slut
Cemetery faithful
of the Republic
HOllbA aland as the new Republic of w- fJ
New York. Malawi I to send you your of Malawi ,.e Impart from Nlar |ke.. k.mtre.1.l at

venerable brothers In the our heart In pledge of abundant ... ( ..........,... hale died UI

Donovan's Hyd Part ConvaUtetnt Horn. episcopate and all our beloved divine blessings our \ klaa, .. She .heads .1 war
children In your ration special affectionate apostolic iJ au" ., .1.....|.,. sad S*>M.
2041 1 Hyd. ,..rIt'N, JactMnvHU our message of fellclta benediction" Pop Paul said. y t ...1.'.,

F1< -- -
Central Heat eft 1 Air CondltUninf wishes. terrifjr! N-..*'U... which who t..
100 Beds with Private laths "Catholicism Introduced by ........ ..tf-..'eea>t.g t. l.a. Club of Jacksonville was mUaUnurUa lirtrd in 1U.luany \
jenwln at
Sealoua and Intrepid missionaries !. m r*>.. the sis* .f Ae.wy.rk
Ucenta by State tear1 ef He.....- Ph. J.d.,1IIe 3U.U$' .r' iftefr"fiurvr
at a late dale, has elected' officer of the Cath hlatorian Job of work
"'.'. Newly Whit. ; Mr* C. c.. UwU Jr., fur ,
Member St. MettKewt ParUi Ing She conversion ft lAaiirnublMf
made great progress among It has a population of 19 olio Woman'i dub of Jacksonville Fw eorrecpondlnf secretary; Mrs Albert "Un your people and our ardentprayer 'Installed from the left D. treasurer Mr. .: U.Oll"r.
million of whom less than randy art lllfflna, ; this they shall iirre* deeper la and that dearer faith may In grow their lOjun are Fur: ...M. It has Mr. John Caven. third "tt..rrHldf'nt} advisory board; ).I,.. Edward .......""",,,,,,,,,,u,,,.

hearts. Inspiring them to about fioo.orn Pr te.Unts, Mr. Iran J. Korvon second vice A. Reinlck recording secretary I Mr, Moving

show forth their convictions more than jno.OiD> Mea4em president; Mr*. J, Reedy Drown preal* Artnaiwi Dufrene, advisory board; and .,w ....... r....04 rse.raw.rtl. .
In their dally live, and serve and over a million pag M.CathoMea dent; Mr*. John J. PriapJ. tint ,k.. Mr*. WUllara lUmtt. advisory board. .... 1. ,..* M* N.N.N..
.... ... .... ..
manlier M7jl l k Ik* **4M w-
DEIHUTOWNfOWN as a city set on a mountainor -. president; and back row, Mrs. David ...!. Ik* .*_ If ... ....
a light set on a ca l1lfttia'll. compared' with 3M/MI **.. ..... ...---.,i u .....-.

attracting other by their atie ago- and there are aUlimit <. ........"" ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
good example of blamete lOO/ix eteehuni<

conduct and Christian love. taking tnalrurtlofi In l>" Liturgical week readies SARASOTA BRADEN TON
faith prior to l.j' ""m. The-.
"w, are confident that the
lACKSONVIUITk rulers of the new Republic of comprise over a fifth of the

Malawi will continue to respect MW countrys people. The for increased attendanceNT.

the rights of freedomof iljc t1 C Oyster StirJAIAJOIA1
Seminary ,
worship and of preaching opens UH'M (.NC-- Advance rtgUtrttloni already

the Word of God Ppk TURIS, ....... Alike nearing HW Indicate the IW liturgical week to be held OUGlMAL RAW lAftel

America Grawp .f rake, "U refers w. urge ..rbrloved < (1-The new St. Pern tRegWmal her August :21 tn 27 will U 'the largest such gathering
IWminary. where I .r4. tevelt. Saet...etetol AeaJ .. s..,." Trei (UJ.4IJ
eklldre. ..',r y.*r since they were organUed S3 year. ago. Father David
fiat.:< Our New Trust Officer. ecJIghleaed ......r* a sj d African atudems for the Thomas has ask!. ""' 11a.. hf S..L.d",
that .* the ea*.t retread Prlesthonl are trained was will. ... rarrUd. .u| In per. 1P4'OIMAL INIXIINI1VISontag /
PIMh.ps. .*>! t. k.* ....... !I. opened by the ages*taw del. The advance fegUUstlnri .larwMMnf s..... threughwt, 1M matk.o. "roar I II 1 A. M. IA...t t 914.2111

JOHN C. GALVIN '...". .- te their' Hit ...te0 Mouth Africa, Arrh almost l *re* time. Wwhahepe. eshilrla, .....

dle.. Seeped *f la.,.| a** Mshnp Joseph r. McO. Mfh. greater than for any previews eral ..*toei awl Nt..1 ..If

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8 The Florida Catholic. Friday July 17, 1961( ......
Mass guideSUNDAY.

St. Leo welcomesmen 9th Sunday. July after 19 Pentecost.

Mass of Sunday. Gloria"
Creed. Preface of Trinity.)
MONDAY, July 20!
St. Jerome Aemilian. (Ma!s
at retreatsRetreatants 1 of feast. Gloria 2nd Prayer
of St. Margaret Common
st. Lawrence of BrlndlsL
; 4 Mass of a confessor and
j- + doctor of the Church Gloria
1= 2nd Prayer of St. Praxedis. -
Common Preface.)
St. Mary Magdalene. Ulan(
of feast Gloria Common
s r- Preface.)
St. Apollinarls. (Mass of
feast Gloria, 2nd Prayer of
St. Llborlus Common Preface .
l' FRIDAY, July 24
(Mass of previous Sunday
2nd prayer of St Christina
. register for weekend at St. Leo's Common Preface, or, Feastof
i St Christina, Mass of a
Men of the St. Petersburg area are Florida. During their retreat at the ti\1.Ql. virgin-martyr, Gloria Com
shown above as they register for one Benedictine college the men stay at \ mon Preface,)
I of the weekend retreats being held this! the dormitory used by the boys SATURDAY, July d2S_.
M. james. ';iass 01 feast,
summer at St. Leo Abbey in St. Leo throughout the school year. Mass for retreatants in the Abbey Church Gloria, 2nd Prayer of. St

-- ... .... ......-....,- .. -- -'- .- --- ----- Christopher Creed, Preface
Daily Mass and Holy Commu- serene features of the majestic brated figure of Christ on the of Apostles)
nion are an essential part of every stone-carved crucifix above the altar Shroud of Turin and is reported to SUNDAY, July 26
retreat. Diocesan I retrcatants are a frequent source of medita be largest copy of it yet produced. 10th Sunday after rente-
(above) attend Mass in the beauti tion to men making a retreat. The cost (Mass of Sunday Glo
ria, 2nd Prayer of St Anne,
ful St. Leo Abbey Church. The crucifix is modeled after the cele
Creed, Preface of Trinity.)

i f ( s+ t Key to peace .\ .( ..,- :(' '---T '

rL.mmu: : -Arch- ; t +rrI
bishop Thomas A. Boland of
Newark said here recentlythat
b 'rt he agrees with the late i"4t4 1 :
Pope Plus XII that World
: War II never ended because
ri "men have not awakened to
the true condition of peace,

d which The," lies Archbishop in Christian recalledthe moralIty ''IPr 1. ? .5 k1 irtta.

devotion to Mary of re '
r ,
cent Popes and their appeal, ,
for prayer to Mary for world
peace. He said Pope Benedict
XV Pontiff at the time of
World War I, had placed in
E11111. .,.' tL 'a Wt the church of St. Mary[ MajorIn

. Outside grotto a place for meditation silent Rome sermon a statue In stone which for Is all"a r r e 1' ,Iivt _
the world.
At an outside grotto of Our Lady highway 52. It was buUt In 1916 as a "la one hand," h. said,
men at a recent retreat at St Leo result of a vow of the first St Leo "Our Lady holds the palm
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nT 7 The Florida Catholic Friday July 17, 1961


Did Mets'home inspire all-stars? Tokyo prepares for role of

By Joe King perfect host to Olympics
little could happen to match or of Stan Musial's fame

AIDA baseball needs .la morn the perfect game pitched by inning home run in the
that all-tur love to Philadelphia's Jim Bunnlng 1953 fame. TOKYO (NC) Kverywhere there is evidence that

play at the regular prices, all only 17 days before; or the No sir. that laetof-the-nlnth Tokyo U preparing in earnest for the coming Olympicshere

season long. And say that 23 Innings In which the Calllson clout was asking a this fall. The sport contests will bring athlete here

was a scene when those sup.posedly Giants and Meta battled until lot of any ball park but then from many countries around the world and the United

J blase old pros charged sunny afternoon on the Shea Stadium lint Just "any States will be well represented at the official opening

out from the National League final day of May nearly became ball park"-It's the home of ceremonies on October 10.

bench to welcome Johnny the dark morning of the the Diets to whose lot has patently none Is xpected. A
this city of 11 million
CallUon home wasn't It? first day of June. fallen the role of straight man -L residents signs now publicize 10 per cent service charge Is

They. pounded him and It almost seems as It Shea in an unbelievable series of 11 the Olympic Game, bannersare In lieu of the tips, but in
Stadium was built a' theTwentieth unbelievable events. countries the
they pounded one another on sale In store, new hotel many outstretched -
and If they looked Ilk* cal Century colosseum Tke whole 1X4 alUUr are rising, and the roads \ hand is still muchin :

low kids In their first big win of Rome. That .is to say a skew wee a touch .f rless Un Tampa parish Holy Name officersThe are being torn up. Workmen evidencetot so in Tokyo. -
that's place where the only bill of b tUn .
what baseball Is supposed worM that has struggle' round the clock, seven .

to do for the fan. Take fare .U that which will be gone snowing mad. Holy Name Society of Moat treasurer: Michael rower president; lays a week, to finish& the That others were "prepar
written Into
him back. Transport him. of baseball history books Come to think of it, I believe Holy Redeemer pariah in Tampa Robert Bodint. vice-president; RUM new highways now under ing" for the Olympics was
Make him a kid again -something bizarre I shall shown In that
willing cover both construction and Tokyo .U press! reports
to ;yell and bear something outstanding, elected these men u their officer forth Williams, secretary; and Father Fran. l had
signs for the leagues for the rest of the likely to be oversupplied with Tokyo police arrested 21
but always. memorable.To coming : from the left William !. cia X. Linnehan of
home side. And suffer. Mason in a moving van. Just ; year Holy Redeemer hotel rooms once the Olympic men and women said to bema

That's baseball and that's be sure, only a second for the convenience of the Brown marshal); Lloyd Child rrss, pariah. are post because<< of the ** producing pornographic

what baseball has lost-the no-hit pitching feat by Mr. mogul who threatens to turn large new hotels being con pictures: dolls ornaments,

enthusiasm, the rare theatrical Dunning could have surpassedthe gypsy at any moment. Then structed. etc., to sell to foreign tourists

quality of getting across all star game pitching of again one never knows when The visitor will find Tokyoa coming for the Olympics.
Carl .
to the fans, with sincerity :3: on that afternoon one may pick: up a floating Observer reports Rumanian life friendly. ilty a bit cvn- Governor Aiuma of the

and Integrity, the Impression when he years ago In Chicago franchise that Is sort of suspended toeing perhMpn. till be gets Tokyo ITefectural Government

that every game .Is the death. struck out an all- In space somewherein acquainted I but very friendly. -Tokyo Is so Urge U
less big game, so well worth star murders row or of TedWilliams' the vicinity of Atlanta continues under subtle police state has the stature of a prefecture
artillery-Uke barrage w..ken ke aks dlretllon tu
fighting for. Meanwhile New York Melt or state-awurM everyone >
against the XL's pitchers 1 .is ,\nl.ntOn11t.SKn"RT. As a ('.tla"lI(' than at kU k<.. everything will t be
manager Casey Stengel the By Floyd one example. Moscow
I pea the setting I In his Fenway Park In 191 lei., k. will recelte little
helps ; a arid
as champ traveller. He talks to Germany (NC) Rumania U still a was opposed to any Indus cent and cheers finished
event That's how It one and all shaping his police state but "it la a very cartful police. You don'tfeel trialisation of Rumania. It la slip. .r paper, In English eaea. on time for( the g seemed
la 8hr Sudlam. a thoughts to the American a rich agricultural Hide and Jtimnev en Ike taboo about It," he ...,..
very country
rUiulc' harmonica. l the police. So said a man who knows well the aitua other .
yet warm New filmsMorally League the National League and this observer said telling him Inn hour (Tabun U the Japanese wont
ort .f epic In architecture. the Pacific Coast League and Uoa in Rumania and hu been there recently. He alsosaid the Russians! tuuld like to .f MUM and Ike Wntlon .( for ntaybe.) Meanwhile at the

The all-ntar players lived .p his own last place league He that if one is not openly against the regime then hate this as a reservoir If she rknrrh.On U Olympic sites, built or rermMn .

to the place. for general unobjrrtloiub patronageCIRCV8 .Is marvelous.As he .la regarded" u being "atrheil He cannot make a they have food! .t\If'la. the reverse will be a specifically for the

But one could hardly blame WORLD (Para.) usual Casey Is a very "for the regime big profeMlonal or political Bit .... She Teklng dUo map with directions In J.pane October lX4t( games, the

the new ballpark for stlffling PTMTille (Para.) gracious host, be It to the He pointed out that torn career if he goes to church. flmltles an*., ItnmenU. was ... These. are for the '*n. flurry of preparation( coo
a yawn at Calllson's game visiting firemen who have merce with foreign money or eflt of the hat driver who times day and night,
Muralljr aobjrrtloncble for However It Is quite otherWise able to path through their
winning home come from each coast and the taking Rumanian money out can then weave In suit
run. After all out
delta .
and sdol..cestsEV'll for the Jews. This observer "n ld s ef l.dsstrlsl.atieas.d /
of the
midlands for an all-star country are strictly for uf the many narrow 1K.t.tu .
KVK: (Am. IntL) to those who regularly gameor bidden. This Is, of course said that the attitudeof new tkejr. ere g 'lngforward. the nearest Catholic ORLANDO
HORROR OF the officials Is. .
IT ALL, THK very anti-
drop by to do battle with his'i true with many Iron Curtain ihurvh;

ORLANDO BECRKT INVASION ((Fox UA)) Meta at Shea Stadium. Sten countries, but he said that Semitic.Rumania' U He allowing alo said the Jewsto that Rumania, .he. hid wss the Nenrtng completion by that WINTER PARKGary's

WINTER PARK au Hqi'ADRC.V (VA) gel Shea Stadium and the Rumania seems to be very emigrate to Urstl- "per.. only country that bought' In time, and a\'hNulfCl| fw
nearly tbr..- uarlera of a million ). strict on this point. haps," ,he ,remarked "the reason the United States a complete December a, will be

Morally objectionablefor fans who have visited lie said the official rate for Is that the Jew U a greet cigarette factory. They pack the beautiful and lmpre...lve
.41 t.IAFIONO Duck Inn
the park so far this year have foreign currency In RumaniaIs Individualist! \ and Individual age the cigarettes like an ralheUral. M the I Immaculate
) (Zen. IntL) seen so much epochal ba.. only about a third of what American brand and '
Um is the tobacco ConcetHlun, rising high on a if* a tat tt TOM tut
Low up ors+.ry Rates. Morally aobjertlonable for ball played on lu spanking It .ls outside the country. not allowed In Ru Is planted along U.R. hill on the outskirts of Tokyo elms. .f '.troott AIntir >
Furniture lost Cushion a4.11., with r*.*rT.t.o.. tundra lIG.n aa'''....
new that the .
all-star This !".<. Mid Ike n...... He spoke of one friend who m.thod"Th. are very .,... .4 .....,
I. She fur .
Paul'Jensen GIRL WITH THK!: CKKK.XKVK8 : game, as great as It war almost > stood cigarettes this' ** .1 n kngo tress
Ph.444611 man
Ian government tend le ,.. recently returned from Rumania. 1114 .., O*. 111.. Trait
(VA had Ike r lkedr l U (Ilkelf la k*
) to pull off
Member St.Mary Margaret something gird the. churches .. nUlort. After all the p*. NkS.to'fhrl are quite expensive .
..ob akin to the a Lurid end .rthll..l.ralilmrtlon
Morally )"rtloMble beginningof about M rents a pack
cal l sad cultural monnmenli.II engers had been loaded
Perish on .
h. a.
for World War III to r mklelrd.
aduluCOMMAXIM age-but.
compete. said taey wen In good the- plane, then the Jews, the they' are gixni PAINT
) (Amer.-Intl) With all that gypsy blood which you cent about
repair ere .pt. end e nlie a last ones to board were allowed My
KICK: IV THR': IUI.XEmb. coming out In busehall_the ......, of people vMt I..'. to come They. ndpermUiton come of tM other I cigarette. The ,hotels are unuouallymo WhoUuU Prices

( .) front office, that .U- the.bus to take only aUxit erathe| with the vuitorInfornutlwii rails ..*. f, aatIUIM
SERVICESALES was" the symbol of the all itartime. The Impression \t\\'n U
M.4RMK (Univ.) 1 .
43 puuiwle of beluflalrtgi. They Japanese bow willingly .... |l .. M I*11 eat
-MAMOHOItal AU right airplane.That's that the regime .U not open have to itell all their poea write in Japanese symbuls I>.....* ..!! .*,*.. |. I. !.

& MUHTMAKK IX THK just a bus in the air. ly against; the Church -butthey stone In Rumania and he TOKYO Japanene the, vUltor's destination, B L.5 S. It I* IMMtMMitw*
SUN (Znd.) Has, That reminds Me .fn donlilt, young peopleto sak). "practically will go out Catholics may low before the wn., give It to the tail driver ,.. "...". .. ..",- ......
OL'T-OK-TOWMIIW, Tit K story. A Fred ll. .tort1 go to church, they dent of the country without any* Holy Rucharlst 'Instead of and thus ensure compkrtetimlersUmllrig ....,.."....... ".'" ,.......
ney .
want them learn 114 w r..551sen. i 4 s* iIRADFORDS
(Warn) bunt twHaney ...... to about re thing" genuflecting, according to vi. bU illre' *
llgion. There Is no open obstacle regulation which were effective tUtn. *.
BritOMA ( had the Su Louis to a young person They are aol .IW...d l kgs un June W.
An unusual l feature nehire IrPPLU4
Browne and Casey Btengel the going lo church: but this oh. Ir !. uk. ear M..*y Sal .f ofTvkyo'a 11'. wuttass paeaal.fret0 I
Hofpoln Sons THK tloeton Braves in training at server Hid, "1 am sure he 1 I. I'. neater He .kr.(>.d ktak The permission WM alven hoieK reeuurenuanil ..",......
nUt Warn
( ) by the J.p.nee HUhope* uikabe .. an efrWllveno ...... age/.e..ePPIIa.
... .
San Antonio in D>>. when a M re wkesj ake4 If lk-yare essence .'.....
buck was a buck. An emir! Popo strossos able smuggle. M eel here at a meetingIn UpH"f( polky-tent' ap Irunna alt........
which the 'Jwhere cam.plet.4 esttetaay eelatiareiere
Pest Cealrel from .
C..plete Nf7 Monterrey in Mexico
It wes a IM .pointed. out that errangm fur lllur

SERVICE ON ALL LEWIS.COIIEXTERMINATING and came Stengel over to to invite Haney moral law noodin the nurm Ana are quite girl l rrangM In this country.
stage an exhibition Children'sClothes
CO. happy about the dispute .between The III.hI'I"/ | portend! Slut

MAJOR --.-. 111 there." Moscow and P llng. Jspen's tr.diik>nal reveieivIUI Stationers. Inc.

rise "..... ....... Me.area Haney? : | casually droppedthe film industry They do net like the Peking bow may replace thegeauflecUon Line 110 Park A* Sauth. .
f ....de ... .." word that we would be *
pullry. .hid, they rw>;*t APPLIANCES delighted, at $10.0(10 each ,;a..4 'In GetU.,t.1
VATIC t.'ITY: c 4- "
woe pulley, but the MMcowlvkliHt a nuflwtlMM and biasing ."l < Wblt. Pert. fletl.le(
and Far
Glr" I Ile
r hear confidently nothing expected to "Put 'vl VI bee reeantal & iMfteuhtMi h.,eitMMle I'P". ring. are s..4Ulml. IIMH B4.*..... _.. tr( Mill Dave S'm; -0.,..,
more lrue the right. of the moral .low t.
their .
BILL BAR DOE n 4ttMlloft a .114twrl pf -
PALMER that. I must admit, was a a rule l In the pru-JuriNMt U
veritable freer one wrln| m .Ulurgkel. f4HWt'". ----
FORD FACTORY DIALER fortune for either movies
club at the time.*
ELECTRICPhone SAVE ON YOUR A few days later the Mexican "**,!.I., !. swritrlNi>.. Ur GOLDEN DONUT INC.

NEW CAR DEAL returned with money. a *...*..... .f lk.. lulUni' Possible papal journoy Tale '(,.. H.....*

" 644-8561 PK iSUDl "Stengel and I went to the M> > < MtiH DONUTS I PARTY MlNIATURtSOM

Hwy. SO bank," Haney rt"t.nd ptrtere I k e a t. r m*...8't*< edO, A.M. Se 10 )0 ,..... Cbe4 Meant.
Anytime Wlesw Get ] became: proud If almost Incredulous r.pe reel .etch to Orvieto recalls relic 1070' Heists Oplss4. Af.**... (rf Uey '7..n)

ss B- ...... WIsee far PWe M.JDID
f. of 10
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171 Jicbe Avtnwe St. Charles grand apiece, American. We know how UftpfMter tt U to VATICAN CITY (NC) -Ttw Italian newt .M)'.

I Whiter ,.r\. FWIJs Pe.i.h set out fur Monterrey In two recall thU word. IbM ..... ANSA hu reported that 'I" Paul VI piaiw to travelto .
big buses and the roads Fern 47 Teat
with cNrrln Meal.werelined this higher Unpentive. We the Italian city of Orvtrto on August 11 to tximmemo

cans at] the way. know how burn many .*' rat. the seventh centennial of the tout o/ CDTMU ChrtstL 'R.T' NATIONAL' BANK
pie kook when sotn+nA* tans"
When Stengel saw this,9 t universal least day Swiss IK tAtal| AT WINTBR PARK
to speak of them torttg adUruMton 1r| and IKeilrUfc

WATKfWPAINT IbM)' went on. "be Bttdgml on the art IItk' ... He official Is5I4WmMlon. ot > i U rM* L'rUn VI tTW ..m flVtf MPMtwiNf !.<..***" Ml Woo

me and .nappnt1l'eYe' doing pats of a show. We knew the rvfmrt WM avsiuMe{ frwmVstksxi I..H* the .."I'....' least is.t
this too cheep ....*.. but tKMffMsl*
WAU ,APIICIU.HOO that many pmhirvrs.. artieu M C'lwVC,1I'L A-. saw Iaur. Qeemes.. Mew.waM.s. sei. Paws.)15504S. .
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Father Douglass J Warren population of the United

refocus of world's interest has been appointed by Pope States likely will hit 200 mil

lion sometime In 1967 and
: r Paul VI to be auxiliary Bishop
of the \Vllcannla.Forbes may pass 400 million by 2010
(c..tI..... ..... .... I) to he voted on," Monsignor sion specializing in matters diocese In New South Wales, according to revised population

of last year. But now, after Vallalnc said. concerning Priests. Australia. Dorn March 19, projections of the U S.
'The Commission for the The Commission for Religious Census Bureau.Spain .
1919. at Camowlndra. Australia
the promulgation of the Lit
Mbslons worked above all also I reduced Its
he was ordained December -
urgy Constitution and of the through Its four subcommU-\ schema to proposals. The 20 1942. after studiesIn holds

Decree on Mass Media, and dons and then met in plenary total is considerably shorter Rome.

after the merging of the assembly between May than the original

schema on the Blessed Virgin 4 and May 13 to coordinatethe Early in December the More repression EucharisticCongress

Mary with that on the Church various proposals that of com mission met to distributeits HONG KONG IM') -Since
had replaced the chapters S
work six
and of the schema on the the earlier schema, without among specially 1 mid.June, the Chinese com
erected subcommlsslons.One .
Care of Souls with that on however changing Its sub munist government has adopted
.. .. .
of these, the coordinating I. new measures agaltot the (C Un W .*. D
the Pastoral Dutlei of Blahs stance. ------_.. born in Leon province ho
held a Church according to reports

opal the schema on the schema The present The Church's title of Missionary the\ lIe lIlon from January 27 to Site of many diocesan retreats for men of refugees arriving in Hong exercise where in their Spain ministry and. abroad.else.'

Church In the modern World February 4. Kong.
Activity Is In comparison The procession passed
has become schema 'thir with the previous one The commission itself met The monastery bell tower at St. miliar to all who have attended a retreat Among the measures are through the main streets to

teen.'" (which referred to missionsIn again from March 4 to 9 to Leo Abbey Menu to beckon men to the at the abbey. The bells can also the closing of the last Sun the congress altar, where It

Monslgnor Vallalnc said the general) intended to be put the work of the subcom-: diocesan Name day .schools; a prohibition
being offered this be heard at nearby Holy Priory was met by Benjamin Cardinal
Commission for Blehops and missions in a final draft. against Catholic parents' Influencing
specific and to avoid
more :
The simultaneously de Arrlba Castro of
summer. retreats
where -
ringing of the Angelus are given y
the Government of Dlocews with arguments Monsignor Vallalnc summed the education of
held IU plenary sennlon which dealing have already been up the work of the Commission from the tower at the beginning of the for women of the Diocese. their children; and a require Tarragona Javier and Lanzurlca Archbishop

March 3 to 13 after a series dealt with in the schema on on the Lay Apo tolate. day at noon, and In the evening is fa. ment that Priests must request Torralba Francisco of Ovl ledo, who presided y

of rubcommlsslon meeting the Church. The Commission for the permission for each Individual over the ceremony.
"The schema, which now Lay A potto late dealt with a case of Baptism from
consists cf three chapters, Mil the proMmuM| mill.. hereto schema of Its own, which Diocesan the go\ernment's religious Only 20,000() beds were a\all-
to Bombay able in hotels private homes
pilgrims ,
still has to I he discussed by be Voted by the Fdhera"The was submitted\ to the Fathers affairs office. TOo get permission \ convents and temporarycamps

the Fathers regarding/ those for Pro- during the last few minute! reports said the Priest
hecretarUte: ao many visitors. had
parts which were absorbed of the 43rd general congregation matt guarantee the latter
muting Christian Unity prepared to seek lodging in neighborIng -
from the schema on the Care for Its February 21- December 2, 1063. Together look forward to papal audience satisfactory political attitudeof villages
still\ has to be "'
of Souls. It with the Doctrinal the baptized person
March 7 general assembly This ancient city was gaily
vote upon In Its amendments through a three,week meeting Commission It also dealt with 4e..eI.... I,.. ,*.. I) nated the Government secretariat will be In time for a lunch Resigns in Haiti decorated for the occasion
and as a whole. the schema the
of IU expert which began on Church on to the Qutb Missy a 700. and Parliament Ifouxe. eon. with papal Spanish and Peruvian -
"For a better elaboration February 3. In the Modern World. year-old tower 238 feet high. On November 24 the pilgrims SANTO DOMIMiO, bom I.. flags

of the schema meetings were "The schema: on Ecumenism The srheraa on the Lay On their return to the city will have a full day of la the afternoon the group 'Iran Republic (NC)-The administrator The main events of the
held with the Commission will visit the famous Taj
re-elaborated with the A po. toll t e, considerably of New Delhi they will drive excursion. The tint stop will of the archdioceseof congress Included an exhibition
for the Oriental Churches for )Ieb... and nearby Arga Fort .
Birla Port-su Prince( Father
cooperation of the Commission fthorfened. bjr comparison. past House where Ma. he at Emperor Akbar's Tomb marking 20 years of peacein
Religious and for the Discipline with Pearl The

{ Ip Mosque<<
has been
Claudo Agenor
hatma ,
for Oriental Churcheson with Its original formulationIn Gandhi was assassi tt Sikandra. Arrival at Agra Spain since the end of
of the Clergy and of the Taj houses the remains of
forced to resign his position
the basis of proposals already the preparatory period, the Civil War, an International -
Christian People. Shah Jahan's queen, MumtaiMahal. *-
following his public requestto
expressed In the council now con. ".. of five chapter r study meeting on the
The Commission for the s Later the Shah himself President Francois Duva-
hall during eleven general *, and still has to b. dl.. connections with Rome of
Oriental Churches held there aUo
various wan buried
Her to release political prisoners -
assemblies last November rned .. a whole In the Leon and the basilica of San
meetings during
second will have to be voted rounrlL'Schema The pilgrims will have the according to reports )Isidore a week-long meetingon
session and
upon in regard to the two next morning, November 25, reaching here. religious art. a HUpanlo
held Its plenary session from 'thIrteen' hat The move Is said to be the
well known declarations
on free In Agra. After an early American symposium on spirituality
March 10 to 10.) the Jews and Christians traveled a long way, In addition I luncheon they will drive to latest in government efforts and study groups

"It has considerably reducedthe and on religious freedom." to being examined during Fatehpur Slkrl to visit the to repress all Church criticism dealing with workers, youth,

original text, presentingIt The Commission cf Seminaries the mixed meetings mentioned rl city built by Akbar in 1569 of the Duvaller regime. clergy and religious vocations

In a form which still has Studies and Catholic above, It was" closely 4 after the vision on this spot Last winter all Jesuit missionaries

Education: held Its plenary studied by a group of experts of the Christ! Saint who foretold were expelled from Fifty thousand young people

session from March 3 to 10 In December of 1903 and January the birth of the Kings the country, Archbishop attending the EucharUtlecongreM
ST. AUGUSTINE with all members meeting of 1904. and also by a Francois PoIrier of Port.Au' walked five miles to

together In the mornings and subcommisslon of fathers son.The later deserted Prince bad been expelled ear the sanctuary of the Vlrgen
city was
the varloua aubcommlsslons and experts which held athreeday lier. del Camino, the patroaeca of
meeting the afternoons meeting In ZurichHwlUerland when it became impossible to the former Kingdom, of Leon

PONTIAC ( ) In ebruary. obtain fresh water Auto warning where )1... was celebrated

A..rl ... .... I ...4 CM: IU two .Mhemafa osi the The whole schema has still The drive will then con VATICAN <'IT\ (>C) b) Cardinal 1..duurLOne
Formation of rrl.... slid on to be debated In councIL" tinue on to Jaipur.

BANTA BROS Catholic! HrhmtU and Calver. The Commission for the Return to rooms at St. Leo'sMen After breakfast, the next thousands Pope Paul VI of recently visitors wished here a the of the high the points of
congress was meetingof
St. titles, hue bee reduced to Discipline of the Sacram.nu.with morning, November 28 the happy vacation and warned
AuquttlneEUGENE 40,000! workers who filled
what now are known a. Its five submmmlMlons at one) of the recent diocesan retreats re pilgrim will visit the Cenotaphs them to be careful o nth eroad.

*|>r '|MMl.*.* They will not be "studied the question of the turn to their rooms at St. Edward dormitory) on of the Maharajas They .. the Square large for the Papalagulnda con

disunited In the council hall Sacrament of Marriage at will then drive on to the old window ceremony
the St. Leo College The dormitory has Speaking from his
campus. aerating' the world of labor.
L BARNES but merely voted _110.. plenary aemlons held between city of Amber which stands
recently' been renovated adding to the comfortof shore St. Peter's Square the The multitude greeted the arrIval
& SON The schema on the clergy March 2 ant Mirth ft," said the summer rctrtatants. Th retreat site is at?the loot of a mountain Pope' urged the crowd to pray of Cardinal LandaiurU
I Momlgnor Vstlalnc.He gar** and was a thriving city that their vacations would be
REALTORS A INSURORS now la entitled "Of Priests"and located five miles west It Dade City on a beautiful In 067 AD. accompanied by BUhop Luis
added that agreementwas beneficial' and tholt God would
65 'King' StreetSf. has been reduced to JOpro..al. hill In Pasco County. The Alroarcha Hernandes of Leon,
neatly kept grounds
reached "on the final The to the
which will be simply ascent palaces protect them from road accidents.
with loud
Auguitine / voted upon and" not d.. drafting of) the proposals, and the buildings of the abbey and college add will be by elephant.Afterward He urged all to be prudent -

EsM>lilh.d 'II9S bated. which have already been to the atmosphere of serenity and peace so necessary and farsighted In averting

sent to the Fathers." for a good retreat the group will accidents and to use their
These proposals were drafted visit' the tltjr I'aUre and It.
the Commission for vacations as a time for physical -
by ,- rollrrtlon. of rare painting 11.1I.=
Discipline" of the Clergy and I Legion of decency coaaitf: and old Mjnn".rrlpl. They rest but not at the ex-
1M IiMarrfiM
Diocese of the
hits prose spirit
the Christian People which tou \I
will alM the white marble
: : : see
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"Indeed, let the spirit also r r.t.F" w
held IU plenary cession from rates new movies ITU......... I. IL .rewl'd "I Private Andlenre Hall and find its rest in this period ao ?_.- ate ......

r r March 3 to A. (,.1. It, IMIl of ..** _1110 I Red attackon It. burly ground. Jal Ninth'. that It then r sp.......,..f.u......
ran start
This cession again yr.. DeU..., Fa bT//t
was precededby
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Merely Obiectionable bi Part 'foe Al I on Its path of work, and
a meeting of a aubcomml _.. I or r....... of Mind Hunfinytoaids.. Miami/
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