The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 24, 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
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System ID: UF00079916:00030
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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r1teflorfda Vatican, approves U.S. text I

Catholic for English usage in Mass

WASHINGTON (NC) -Thf Catholic Church In the e. --- -, -----

United States has moved anoUjc. step toward the (tn.
VOL. XXV, No. 39 Ortuido Florida, Friday, July 21, 1961 10, :
; th
eral use of English in ram MAM: the approedtext

for the Ordinary parts of the Mass pertaining to the

people has now been made public

The text provides for English in most of the Liturgyof

Congress site awaits the Word-the first part)of th., Masse, up to and in*

eluding the Creed. The same is true for the Communion

service. \ fIt

has been widely predicted that the new usage" will\

diocesan pilgrimage begin throughout; the U.S. next November 29, the first t .

Sunday of Advent
le "tn; <'il CnnMltUllon on
The dialogue formulas such\ tft+,. v ml Liturgy which

By a staff writer slums against stately mansions as Th Led I I.. with you. s# 'k< 10 haxe all th* people.1.Jlllo.

ST. Al'Gt'STINF-The city of Bombay, India site of and exclusive preserves Anti with your uplril'. *- are ..- |l\IIft In th* MM "not

the 38th International Eucharistic Congress has many of the elite, of unemployed English when" they prerwk f. .it ....r.. **... or" silent
against the leisurely utort" but with utatsr'si .
I things to offer members of the Diocese who will travel poor prayer or scriptural readIng .IIJ'It'.
rich. (, iiing and acUte parUctr-
to the congress in November of this year. The group on An Important landmark to In English Hut pmding 11.I

the 32-day pilgrimage U scheduled to arrive in Bombayon the inemntag ptlcrhn. to the .prayers Preface such awl a*Poateowvmunkm. the Collect. The Hl-hopa. hrkM. ant, .Tr

November 28, following stays in Rome New Delhi congresw is the Oateway of which remain In 4 kV' Vatican conftrmatlon of ..
Agra and Jaipur. India built (11a reclaimed >>- "n 1 were mack pubtte hi
lou communities lire their latin they will be In' Latin 4
Bombay U a city full of hi*, own\ traditional life adopting pier of land Jutting out Into MmUi VoMnrum. Bt mmsplritu teal! May by Kranrk CtnBgMllIlman l
the see on the harbor line In 'Si of New Tout' *hutH IL4Z
tory and U his "
\er nuking the modern in \arlous degrees. t..... .
tory. South Bombay Pr' at the Mil we..tlngh :
The teat approvers by tM .
RlgBlfU-antly, the 1..1 prt>- National Cbnferenr* al HkVos of MUhopa .\Vaastlng-.
It variety of rulfarr<< religion "
The dlnrenaii wilt\
ilKrlm| ... U li in April. class-
rewloa of the : .II.ri..kt.onl. I
aortal behavior it the United illawe at a
find that Bombay, ill..y ..... Instructive in CCD
will atIhe
and way of life make* other IndHMrUIUrd I. Irrmlaat meeting In Washington .lat t"la on* ..f their Ire drrvre
: city, a
a Mlor from any part of gatenay with the riming' April 1 WM cMiltnMd by .. alnl ua .\|>iil SI. Ihe I.H.Bi .
the world fart at home In them place of roatnMs l f Witt lion .f the ...... the Vatican. Uusrgy Oomrai Whole.| slated That Ojlr' far Smtoi. 1 !.(llTtt!) and Stater. Dolorwi laywomen of the Tamp area. Includeall

kroco.m. There are the sights of poverty An estimated' one million ton on May 1. Th pun*.*. tfMUl |>ahliralk. >i*. nf I h. Ann of Out Iji.ly Victory Mtaton-' areas of the' Confraternity The.

against plenty, of hutments Catholics, many of them' of than actions was to lapin airvtril ...".. wuaM I I. see ary Swtera are shown here rrrndncling (program of the /CCI) training course Is

Though Homhay presents shanty towns and ('() aus: t, bark' .page Implementing. th* eaa..... ,:,.. awe a. the UM cries a Cenfrateinity .,f Christian 1 IVxtrine' taking |plat. over the entire Diocese
the modernity and the glamorof earl ,lur the Iwepar.llae| | ,. aad. training course during' the two weeks for the men amt! women Interested in
commercial prosperity and Cardinal Cushing tfMrlbmlwn wf I lit rf..|>Mlh. of the lay
socio-cultural life, It li not of June 23 to July 4 at Christ. the the rtanff. importance .
lrn-Ult...n. ran h* drlrr
entirely cut off from the slmpllclty ........ King pariah in Tam|"*. ThfIH conferrlf4e apth.Confraternity.
of the East the (Mental condoled' for the laymen ant

and the traditionally In. Latin America The ..,......|.' IltUsett. .. ..- --
seen --- --
.. .sVsBla* Jmltt
dian. i pMM>ll In *. Mar tVlktHkiixi
In the outskirts of that *f...sassslan. It r.. iii -
Bombay rally run slew lni> >*
the pilgrims may vMt. the print it .to freaky Hv"' silk H"H ua pats: T tiiiiii' hysaving institute
fishing tillages complete with defeating the eaplirit tNtdrtalsSddM .pmssjsa end. H.<.M.WH.1|
OVal t th Met will h* am* dales
agricultural holdings vegetable .fey the. shrine saMMi. ,u"" we
gardens and coconut In ila istlsHv wHh no ... isle m .. rn planned in Sarasota area
Mama* atft
IIOI.I.VNOOD Ilorida NC A Christian revolu. the Western hemisphere.(
( ) a1MI aatsHkina whatsnvwraJM "
troves. Th fisherfollc, their or ..an* ......-
customs and social habits tion along f'f'acefu11inte' now underway in Latin America ''JII..1.. i. are ...M(.al) aJM, ih* punrtuMtom, h. ....1fI'I"W"r.. 'huehl htma N\K.WT.\, Martha pariah' in Sarasota baa been
presened, han chosen to live is turning the tide against communism there Richard b.i not l.toei.ed Caih4>ih. .., -t1nc ........".. ......1' all "INver'. eatuaMM ."d"
their own age-old way of lift Cardinal Cushing told delegates to the national convene sad III-> gulag '. uk a sale life.'* bound in Ihla IU "' Cowed" hv ih* wurrt of 1.1 i Iw selected l as the boat |>ariah for that area's Confraternity

Unchanged by the complexesof tion of the Catholic Daughters ar., of lay apntrin* summer training Institute UonsUgm
the modern Industrial '.:tI. of America. In Latin American countries. as .l. !. give them ....> rum aMMwi not unlyUaitaiatkana >r Charles I. VUslawIer: V .' Invites members of thparUhra
*.al* InMrnrltun." lur the. Untincrv
city proper too, nr.(9Jontill There are mart peopleIn twoweekwhirh
The Archbishop of Boston, latin America now than The Cardinal U founder. .>( but al.o Jot .the variable parMnf school surrounding" to ,UtIthl eounti

who said lie will visit ECuador In the US." he said. "In the the WUaWmary. favivty of IUJamea. the Maaa, auch aa the .". New/ 'livtlmlrs all phases of Lures liiatlttrte' In the TMoe..

/// prays for Peru and Bolivia next lint 75' yeses, exrts hate whkh senile ..r.**n .,.. r* j.....un. ........'" and (XI wuik, beginning' Au. will, )I. taught by the Mission
predicted' that as a result oft Q. f., nwutya These )I.. underway in
month, spoke on July 19 during rleau, to work In LatinAmerica. get 1. )l.ll.ra... The. rnursea will
turmoil h* population explosion, Pt tees are I.ng publwlwd IM irffrfwl' It M. John VlannoyurUntlo
nations in the opening banquet of then eouU be taro million or Cardinal' Cu hlng slag aiio ,, taIn\, wimrsiio ke \w .. .Tampa parish/ The 1''nf..le.nily, '"f fhrU. prrlth. st.a. August
the convention. _, :;QI). mlUkxt, s-41'- ta JAAm.rlC'a Utx .., t1'tove4Maurt.w+raXXIIi"load iOein.......ftd ....,.. Mail IksirV. bj .). t>f tlwwtKl and the King
CAMT1IlADOl.'o .Ntl'Dpe :) The dinner fol1OW<, : ChrUl 1
Paul VI led visitors T.lWrl-r1UheY .Pt"'p41" .IMiArtanl/. 1 M.irlakmfar 'pwlI... Jarknanfll. anm. anti
.mn Pontifical Mass offered "'One hundred and fifty said h* hl had the pdrlhlprof lake rtvfal BHinlh lMdw. .. ""UfKitir parUn. C%>c*
at his summer stile here on I I.. mail tallelde fttnhek ( HIt R. eaitM.l re.r .In IwIllaleLMit' ami pren- Chif
Ihry rn a
July 19 In reciting the AnKehis > by HUhop Coleman F. Carroll > thousand lYIeits would Mnenied reading letters which 'oJ- I" park-h I Itleata. .nay. a I grnun.B.reeklagceremonies .n.l.... .f ,the (......... rlilth |i..eh area. Augtmt 17 .U >l.
at the present time to John wrote to ttxnmunietrulern
of Miami. In the cathedralof .
: and also prayed' that for Ih EpIphen: With into In "',.... Iralnlnglhrr *, >.,.....
St Mary. Cardinal Cuh give adequate religious Instruction throtighuut the tmt lot Th* HMw. i In their April' vf Our l,,"nl .NihuulTh ...... The ** ar
nations with a responsibility log presided' at the Mass. and to htiptue the urging ektenakxt of l"'riel' '. ".!.... dated thai .th.* ..., unSet, lhrr. tMfffnl Inlllal, sew ( III tears
for humanity will not be .. .. Misaihnt.l. h..,kll", .... .. ..r,...... teelM
multitudes in that part of true .-.. .h..iiSa) >itr l English will teat he urlnlna rnmmunhIlesd acre"
turned' aIM from their responsibility r.rdl..t( ) ('r.hlag loM' morethan ">*. rffvrt 'uf all uur by their own livteTul at fits lrmeiitart. ck. .ru .Hk.. .....,.. .hate Semi sjl'..n .
d .. .
h l
last drlrgatr goesthat <*>.. w I Ijr Crisis) the. day. Ui .. stab. Tk r* will riMfhlag -
I disturbances. In laths AMfrVa l...l.y CDA convention laJivrmiiMnJ h> our lady of pyMhlr. rah. ...imHd.traShsnslat innmsjnimt ihs awnmcr. binntim ..... ....,... ,Is ........... .1

It was his flit Sunday "". are ... l...(rr totally es l$_hut> of Ih* |iuMtrUnn at ar rr* unit. Inn .U The pruajrmnto '.11..... an .bath. Ik, .
firv>n appearance ln-tore the She 4rfr....h.l with r..nM.. DIM .psjf*.**) UanaasUsM ofta Th* satsMMlatrsiba) Wing" seder 'the dtmtlon HunJanaan. .|.m.aUry and blah what|
P' it,lie since his arrival at slits HrraiiM a new grvera* Charity official strikes ,ape..she. ..... will h* tnrimi at the sod slew. Harald t. ..."I..
t.1.1: hill country action I"' ..f r4.r.tr4 lA,.... Ih. hajlMing Ills wftaf litcartes
t"C ct smitheaat of ROOM MV '_l.4Htt' h........ sad> prn.r The test bit ih. |*atrf. *f ) at she am* eXMan The sessile M**|<... .. In artrtMtnn In lha l Mrher?
teal dd1 earlier. ....... poverty unemployment ... IkAleatJ petialslsl Mii. ".*aatrattBn rottrMa there will
| .1 tars, ., Ia'o|'r4Nat tehas' rt ma. alwrag Ibe, eoa.ea |NM*>h ..HI kla
..r'....* nt.lutk., .." peapl... peeled. the ,.... lase .... mehealmi ..pup ., ka ahwa4a. > rnmaa ihMltfiimlhw .
Tope r..1 l fin* skid pray HOIJ.ru HOI). ITorUU (>C)-The idea that povertyis Itch I. ,e reed !I. Ih* Agri.. .-.. .tire by Ih.tp.ee she training .. Cf I) run
era 4.r lull which k* Ml4kha There .U no solution .. .. .. sacred ...."/. ...... *.1111"
quick the fault of the poor .is '"unworthy" of a lunation trxrcrrtary il.la. 1 reed. .. 1.Ht' id' helpers (penal
wh a aced fir a In the proMesM .< the Church of the National Conference of Catholic Charrtl .... la.a '''L( ....... these clll b.he ales.eds. ,U. ...I .,. ......... |we.. Mrwag Just gad ..4 work' ar the .pyi..m of rhanglng ebe .i Ih* Sallhlal' a4 dl* In Ih* final r.".*f_ a his atwrtens. *. Mt UM ,....... ta........ nf ...| will amt
able es tat. rdrr." the ..wi.4 dnter." h* ...... said. here. Monsignor Raymond J. Hallsgh of \Vahtog ....... aed ......./... ll..n .. Iht h......... rblrl.. of all kjamuna awatnwil *- ...sat.ITS dh... ess'upye
-It Uk.. IKIHTaUaCM to ton, DC called the combined problem of poverty antunemployment .Isr.fltSominarians'.
Without ale she1 hsMs ac.Mw
brtflg apeeMte theTupt
"the ( 'in in Our rather An Interns. SfVSMn will
ethane a trial order lash. moat sinking challenge shish our Ci'pi .
..hsk in the
fi 1 other then asked rmintrtea far prafer which hard aIM f eastern.TNe generation must face."' In Planking to delegate' t. toe .... shah Ih* "...n......... ru th.*.Ostt sate aH'ifflt flnaSMSM* as11 she teals with ,'ulAdle .....pirdadiis W ae/rrd MM MfHsa n''''"" ," ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
., ..ak f.tt lit the
t i ""i I:I trnwMed by many Latin AsMrknuM. .bee 30th btrnnial national convention ot the CathoHs Iis agb11 i,'MUd. States in la wa rslaMad .,.' n mm A ....... .Ld |>i.., sMrrtsri on HIINM.|I day

ti h t .nul upheavals. .bat they ........ They ka,e creel ten of Ame>rka. -. ItW pINd sub 'Ike am aisp.ed -eH.I5pe.rr ana) a fV. ...... NIsm ..IMa4 Ill, >.njr.. sH. a* a..iaVMS .
yj prayer.
1 It the ..,..* o( their ntto- what hall happened" In tubs )luc h nf the divider pn.1 h* urged ..ilaajai.a on Jul3D KnsjtlaliMMiNt std M pasol... ) .Msea1 UMa majismrr ,in ......ISMM and high

I T .f priK-t and of juatk* Castro muM hate lrn th. tWm fin the mailer of r.rtal' : >M Cathutte liiiin ftuB.ths .. ) DIM "anteI .DIMM In pawed. tee. nlnblw .. Uw te.a.The r hrstl gra./sNa of the l I"...
In t'.e' mkt.t of hum" ity greatest man 'In hutnrv if hen.rortu(1PtJ **l\nt.iv has tarn (.. I .
she ,
I1/e/lNe I'.asf a.'rcd
.tear t.k uMslst r Itrerlee < ....r 1briM' ap4 "IhN a_ by .t sew ale snore le 'N !
The IMHl*) sent hiS h4 in ( ?till a (.n', '. '1' tff\"lMIt in .nmt 4W1s what .. .. ...' 10 ,h1e trite
frasm W ..M MS) u. taUsslMUkssi to she Al-sat.. w1N .ha.. 'u.SwMaer .......... .harm lr ... In. '1.1I. .
grrr f \,> tho.* In si I Pet f rm Ilf demrnllcLessen; : """ rT j.ir that the {*.* eel Cora "".."., fl' IM "1'ntt'
7M4 M MAIArd .la f flt.salre l < .rh/M.
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2 The Florida Catholic Friday. July 21. 194


.;,t Resurge of CCD interest

Sf. Petersburg Mississippi for the 1301-65: ,Fa

Barry High$ School academic year. T follows course in Tampa
Mr. Cast will teach mathematics
Three high school students a#

from the Diocese of St. Augustine master's and degree work on toward the Hat his __ ,_ TAMPA Father Thomas Burke, assistant at the

week journalism are attending institute a four at tlexburg campus. He receiveda ( Church of Christ the King in Tampa reported this week

the Catholic University of B.S. degree with majors In __ 4 that enthusiasm for the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine

America, Washington, D. C. mathematics and chemistry was at an all-time high In the area following the

Those participating are from the University of Tampa completion of the successful training course. Victory

Dorothy Gregory, Santa Fe this June. His parents are NoU Sisters presided over the conferences which endedin

Catholic High School. Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. Felix Cast of t yfj early July for all parishes In the city. Christ the King
4112 North "B" St., Tampa.At .
; Ann Norton, Notre pariah was host
Dame Academy St. Petersburg the University of Tampa. dlana. It Is called Victory Noll
;; and David W. Scussel. Mr. Cast was president of the Sister Loretto and Sister in honor of Our Lady of Victory
Student Dolores Ann of Our Lady of of the
Bishop Barry High School Religious co- patroness community
St. Petersburg. president of the Academy of Victory Missionary Sisters and of the late Arch-

Dr. Regis Boyle, director, sciences and vice.president of conducted the Confraternity bishop foil a benefactor.
founded the Institute to give the Newman Club. training during the two The Sisters do not teach in
weeks of June 22-July 3.
parochial schools nor do
Interested high school students Maitland they

an opportunity tog -... ---- -- About ZOO people' were 'la have any hospitals or other
a t h er information and St. Mary Magdalen Jacksonville attendance. institutions. They staff
knowledge which can be put "Is your child really ready Beach Guild's officersFather schools of religion only.

to use in their school publications. for school will be the topicof The Confraternity Is the
Students are Instructed the program to be presented James J. HcsIIn will depend from left Mrs. Joseph McCarthy fleer; Mrs. Reuben Cunningham key organization of a parish The Victoryoll: HMrrtconduct

: in all aspects of news by Mrs. William Dunnat upon these officer of St.Paul' treasurer; Mn. Thomas Dula, sec president; Mrs. White, recording, providing for every phase of tU< adult. religion rduration
ute to train
piper publication. a meeting of the St. Mary Guild in Jacksonville Beachto ond vice-president; Mrs. James and Mrs. Richard Stecher, corresponding apostolic action. It depends. era of religion'' and then Lay art truth Inn

Magdalen Women's Guild at spearhead activities for his par Messines, first I vice-president; secretaries. on the laity for ltd leadership supervisory rapacity' la the
8 Monday evening, July 27. fan this coming season. They are, Mrs. R. R. Chanacki, installing of. said Father Burke. schools theraiielve
Christ the King The meeting will be precededby The classes! conducted by

William P. Cast of Tampa, the Miraculous Medal. novena the Sisters Included not only Our Lady of Victory Misslonary -
secretary of the Holy Name at 7JO: in the church. The new apostles t Heads school teacher.training but also I Sisters now hue 73

Society of Christ the King Mrs. Dunn, a teacher in the courses for the varlou. sections convents throughout the United
Church and a June graduate South Seminole Elementary HT. LOL'IH (>(')- Dr. Robert of the Confraternity: States. These Include two

of the University of Tampa, School, established two year. Families find refuge from Reds Hanna Felix, assistant" the executive board, parish in 'Iorlda-at Miami and

has been awarded a 11750 fellowship ago the Femlnole County surgeon general of the United Visitors (fishers), helpers, Bell Glade. Until recently

in mathematics from Readiness Clinic for parents States, has been appointed parent-educators, discussion! the Sisters were located in
the University of Southern of pre-school children. n\, Glen I). Slider families to live. He wrote are doing a great good that dean of St. Louis University club leaders, and apostles of Sebrtng On June 1, that con.

clay began with a everywhere for money. will bear fruit when someday school of medicine, Father good will vent was transferred to Miami .
EVKHY we are able to go home and Paul C. Relnert SJ. university Sister Loretto and
for the young SUter which will now be a center
Guides "
Pontiff contrasts his missionary. He never knew be example. to others. president announced Dr. Dolores Ann, who were In for CCD acthity.
he could Father brushed the flattery Felix, who has been associated charge of the Tampa program
what he would find on his not forget aside and said: "Let me tell with the U. S. Public are members of a religious

garb with St. Peter'sVATICAN threshold\ when he opened about had put the them families on their once feet he you why I am really trying Health Service for 31 years, community that Is dedicated Visits businessVATICAN

the door each morning. He Macao, an Island separated to help. Many years ago, there will assume the deanship to the work of the Contra CITY
CITY (NC)-Pope Paul VI, In a farewell could he sure )people would from China by a swift river, was a Holy Family that livedin about October 1, succeeding ternity. Their congregation, Pope Paul VI continued his

audience he gave last week In St Peter's basilica Juat be there, but how many and had Its share of communism. a place" called Nazareth Dr, G. O. Broun Sr.. who has founded In 1322, has its moth. practice of visiting the various .
before leaving the Vatican where they rame from and Organizers, and. served since January, 1962. erhous in Huntlngton, In- tl'Chnicallervlces
; for the aummer called attention how they reached hlm- using loans as of Vatican
to the twrni) and splendor. aurroundlnp.. the, aureeaor these were the surprises. bait, tried to persuade parentsto ---- City by calling at the
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of St. Peter put their children into Vatican telephone exchange
"Why all this ceremony' ?" This lilt bud fx-fun for communist schools. Decause ., on July 14.
"Is this Peter he asked.
- Pope Paul VI drew attention .'.1 h., 1.11'' hula HJ, In. they desperately needed the The Pope chatted Informally .

to his golf and white 1931, when he .ae. assigned l money and could' not afford J4m1i with religious of the Pious

silk mantle and compared It to Macao from Mi' ..Un other schools, the parents "'" Society of St Paul) and brothers
St. Petersburg with the simple clothes worn H' |..ln. sometimes agreed. To protect of the Institute of Divine

by his predecessor, Peter the the children. Father had tolpt'n 3r Providence, who man the ex
FUhernun. One morning when he ( his own schools, free change. Its workIngs were

"Would not the poor cloak! opened his dour he saw three schools, for them and then explained to the Pope by several .
of a fisherman and a people there, a man, a woman he had .
pilgrim to find the money and w 1.M technicians. The Pontiff
and a small girl, all of
give a more faithful Imago staff to keep the schools fed P praised the telephone center's
of Peter than this them Chinese, The man asked l;
pontifical work and gave all staff members
and regal mantle which his "Are you a Catholic Prleit'" Father found hi mar If relIng '/. his blessing.

surreNNor Is wearing?" the "Yes. I am," said Fsther. greatly' on 'the young men

J"I"| a.ked.It "They Mid you would\ help who eiwsnrd, those who fled
.' hlna. not hersu... they
could' he. Hut this man u.. wereIrk St. PetersburgDANIEL
tie dues or cUrtlng but because
not rule uut that "Who said"
cloak!" Pope Paul VI af hey hud etperlenred r.m.
: firmed. Tb .tntfrlrsn. Priests who ...Ito. a4 bated It.
III wrti m
Mrr eec tlllme, .ra tanIon
ln|"* 1'.1! MM, that "1h.. tirfitr Ih. gotfrnwt" They risked l their lives from .It v e.i'!' t:s a d Zr' Hoipifsl-, School gWi

grsn4oU. clothing signifies' .rr<>.,.. them,* the man a. freedom, snesklng through 40) Ron'da T)>..tr* 1//",.
the 1'hurh''a.. < .( fa""" I InIh plalacd, Thvy Ml4 lluil II w. Ih* mined harder *n", \t........ ; ., ,4. St. r.t.nbur9Phone .
Blond ToBrunette .*. .. .. ... ol .. nUht, swimming srroas the .
.p. r MMtr UIVfert r sol one i>r hlum. cud ii. : 7. 162-0 JS1
swift river. the
"Y... IbU, .U kf, 1'eler"However re.rhe4 her or llvng Kong Through picture r : ej ., '
file he kept on each fan ;
M* hunld' look! fur I rrle.t. i,.._' ( ( 4' ,
Pop Paul pointed t lly he helped Father was able
sad he would ..." --.ii
out that the honor given to to lead these men to theirrelatives Edouard C. Craig

In, 3 *esy itspil! Trsntferm the Pope extends beyond not Father asked "What ran I and when they were CCD courses preparedLaymen Diitritutor
your blo d furniture" t t. (He only his own person but even do for )'uu1" settled they were eager to Contractor and!

nwr trend In dark t.nt beyond peter whom he auereed. The nun said: "We want help him by volunteering at of the Tampa area recently from the left seated Clarence Nahm, for

the .I".at m.alcl .: "It .ls understood that you to help u. to be able to the Villa Klcct In their spire received training in the Confraternity Rogue Santa Crux and James Ryan YiUn Metal Crml

touch of O'BRIEN COLOR honor rendered to the Pope remain a family" time and working with lie of Christian Doctrine classes conducted Jr. look on. The classes were under and Mowle! T3s

GRAIN finishes In choice of ,It... not slop at him or even, children. at Christ the King parish there. the direction of Sister Loretto and 1l74th" St. S.. 347-4101
21 hut| No need t. r nwee properly speaking I at Simon role Tom Sawyer
Chaplain's Share ideals standing, gives instruction Sister, Dolores Ann of Our Lady of
old finiiK. Provldtt dursble, Peter, but rise to the glorious
in the use of a tape recorder while
wosd-Tte. finith. Christ to whom we owe every That was the rlllninl.Th. Thus than who loved I...... Victory Missionary Sisters. AUTOMATIC

FREE INSTRUCTIONAND thing and to whom we can news spread rapidly that dom were able to help' preserve Enjoy
never give enough honor" the Priest It for thou e who Old "K..pn.d"
TIPS ON "HOW TO young was willingto
DO A PROFESSIONALJOB" do all he could to help not yet understand It Golden jubilee DELIVERY
set Nam. Church
If" ROY, EDWARDS. escaped' l Chinese. This soon One young man told father Holy

$.. kirn; to ll of the refugees.Over government tries to break '.;!pfimllles by Catholic alumnae JACKSON'SSHOES ..,rV.-I9MIII
and teach the ctrl.dun group Cewweler-4441314,
: the ,....., h. was !. to kite the State mote
lift r w (t1Q33&St help. MM* lonw ('hin' ".. |..> than their parents so tM WASHINGTON' (NC)-The International) Federation tJ
.a Ill,. remain' together, they will obey the State t bee. of Catholic Alumnae will eel.I fbrtte the golden Jubilee of
/ for their China its founding at its M.tf.
parents. hip national i convention in the Sheraton- .
Peierahrrg Frequently| h. wonderedhow OLDEST .,.i LARGESTIN
he managed to lo It always been a family naU. i. Park Hotel here August Mad 441 Cnfral I Art I4MJSI flNELLASr
ny helping us refuge/ remain up of alumnae groups
4.41 9th S""..... Nd Rarely did a family arrive t>vgviher as families. Father, );11 1823. with more than a million
as OM the Hrst. The+
members from :MO: United
Chine. Ukd big fsmllUs -- States Catholic rol"..... and l.. l 1 rdPrsid.nf
and usually U was impowitble'
JUSTPENNIES Acc high schxx.it, the UCA was
COLOR GR for all of them to escape at A f mdf'llin
n' ( : 18M by two alumnae
the same time. Often It wasa
of St.
Joseph's College lilt
PER GLASS matter uf years before they In EmmU-burt; Maryland.
were all Irte, and they altent ,P
OaaaKvttAMMC t Today the work of the
ST.PETEPAINT to Father Hull to help
: u carried ont OetLV IAt
them find their relative
IN KrrtDi
POT ::;jIb departments of edur / u 11 k00r.T
Hut Father did far more
1 101 C* ttl Ar.MN i than mU c'n. literature social serr etTtas.rU Discs
operate a lngp r
ke, and eh..I .
motion pktures..Issues ray +.a sat DLL TDr.e
TL IV4.S&4IOp FRUIT DRINKS sons bureau. The cU and th. ..e4u1 T... a..5 I.w... N e.L.t '.''Ics
*. D.3y Fr*w aural our4nn4APn4daartrawt sick and the h'.,lpl..M coukl' .dishy M a ,..
7JO A. M. 'ta S.)0 P.Op. )./. obtain nit permits f from rear If ftlMler.. .rlwktrk .......IaIp"-

.. 9i I2 N..n 1...... e- Chin but they rouU take *lnr* K4 M I. r4
PARKING LOt the Roe 0..... f9..M (...art C 4 Of ran.II. .
t only one CMn*** dollar with rut r* llun WM *. ......,. r oct a c.17'

them. Free, they Meal. fast YA for N.sr..4 ..*.., to .._

clothe, nu>0kl I care. a place a .hers ef as ,.11&1eee ......... Calvary Cemetery
FREE 24- HOUR to stay for addle" JuU. ,.... .*.*. InTh '_"'1-
.. ..i Endowed.,.
rj ;;Ambulance Service As that ae.h.e.1..treater. mntten ptrtur depart-

This .......u, neMilr* whl..l. his 4 fell .., _. .. ..9 .* w M.tl 11.iU. ..,..,. rally Tre,..<.4 '*gkm *< Dcncjr In .
PHONE 3"2.8821! .*,,*.<..." .>'y'. Ij''pp'dA.1.LDCe ....... bettor ,..,",''' le or. this kitchen ins moral ettftutt ofB Office ** M r>C D7f 1 M f>4 M! s.H.y
Ae|.Br' wtUU. ,......... t'." treat "lr*,
". PcHnWt ltir ijMiu. Tb IFCA hM\. also been
C. E. PREVATT MEMORIAL HOME Ills .....,ten hld Mm acUr .te effects to s* ur* the
obtain tU "t flaky plan > t < __....
C.. pble Fw. r.I S r.ic.s br.t $ITS 101.1.) *. St. N*. a. bulMlng he and.. wane binee _'t" M.hion .,r,, ttiab.i.1 .W te.tlf *.... of Blessed MoOver
UM. MHt rei. VUU ....
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...k1.g ee.tee. "tria Cie a. I siaVtLtaskjr via some
Cost Free rest t* w>*k, ..... de..et egap. wg .ol T..1.I o. awl w11Sp. N .1... t IVt. tv: stfiMMrt* en a ;w' .

Me twggwd.r aid chlv." wtttl. Inky r4a4p .r.st htw\ *L tfcr __ UM MtM* pwpMM.
rev r
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w ..... ...
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Available a" 11Ift peek. ..rat the Is e ..... ... ... pose us1 the lelanMrri I te I ...ptaqb SuccuiW Scallops

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The Florida Catholic Friday July 21. 1961
CONVEN 'IO HAt Mass guide

Quarter of and order -- .. ,
century peace 1 fCOJlr"WELCO SUh DAY. July M '
; 10th Sunday after Pertecmt. -

(Maw of Sund: v,

in Spain by- Gen. Franco Li- CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS Gloria Anne, Creed tod Prayer Prefac of St.of

MADRID (NC) -In his recent opening address to ttons which radiate toward Trinity.)

the Spanish Cortes (parliament). Generalissimo Francisco the outside until finally, we OF AMERICA MONDAY. July 27

said communist influence was behind "the sowing of have found Infiltration and (M Ia.. of previous SuM >y,

suspicion against Spain" and the Church in Spain, which great: influence by commu- 2nd Prayer &f St. r,inrale!"n,
Is taking place in certain European Catholic circles. nlsm. among others. In thatFrench Common Preface or, fust

Franco was the profcreMlve review of St. Pantaloon. M cf a
the Spanish Cortes. The eighth legislative session of which Is entitled In!,.rir.a.tions martyr not a HIh"r c..o
Spanish leader
of the gave a summary Catholiquet International rill, l' Nmon rteficoTUHRDAY )
activities of his government during the past 25 ,** and to so widely! circulated July :!'H

years. among Catholic intellectual f'U. Nasarlu and C T 3,
Following are come pointsof Cathollm are .affrrlng today circle Thu
explains ,
the Generali..lmo'. speech: ..drr the yule of rum.... the sowing of iusplrfon Vtetar I, Innocent I I. \r 1
Nm."However.. fitv..1 martyr c a.
"A new Kind of democracy, agam t t-'puln and the COftIIIIOfrr.t1C't' )
more perfect and better adapted .. taste In which Its Church U
Spain which WRDNlD.Y.: July WJt.
to the time in whkh devetoptag{ fIr certain Eu-
"e in the
sane danger,
can Martha. are living, u: the only wlu- tuday atow the J"ui.-.n Catholic circle- 1
following tin not a martyr RIor,
tier to our pruMefm. The 1mtwrunt Generaltakimo
record defended
: Jrol Prayer of St. Fritz! .:crt
and esaeotlal thing to t "In a abort space of time) Spain's reconI of .3 Companion. Comm<' I'rsf-
that there I* genuine participation It went to a renewal of the years of peace a* one which are>
by the people la the .Faith to the establishment of bowed that "\\. SiMnlunU
formulation of IM\\L the Catholic date under dilne know how to U\e the Faithto July
\ .. of '
( previous S"'lTor: 12".1 ,
"CbmmunUm Is a situation \ law. to the pretence of Its final social I mid community '
Prayer of SIAhl nand
of war against society ant Christ and religion In the nmnequem-e. and
Senn*f. Common P-f
against all religion It aim schools to the ooMtrucUon that on this rued we have
au<'e. or. St. Abitnn nit) 1 rvn.Mi.
]taws that advance In the and multiplication of not. and hall not. 1 lower\ our '
Maw of fe.nt, 0.;
social order, economic 1m- church, to the reopening of guard, using for th.u purpose } li 1 Common l'r.face I a.
provement<< constitute an antidote convents, to the expansionand all of the treasures of spit .:. "
to Its ual that .'ttI 1)\Y. July 31
propaganda and renovation of seminaries. energy inspire us "I
81. Ignatius. (M... of ft 'It,
whenever It meets up with to the flowering of religious Its said: .
an equitable and happy go- vocation and to the Improvement "Our Posture towards the ilorla. Common 1'n r lr.)

clety, It attacks It constantly.This of morale."although outside continue to I* quite: S.TUMO.YlIllIlIt I
Is the case of Spain."our a great deal of clear: we belong to the We rr (MM of the Niched \'.:.
this progress 1* due to the and Westerner + Bin for SatunUv, t.;I ',
a* *, its fat.1n'oIvH tr
Catholic (hurrh InKurupe
2nd Prayer of H-iy M.F3: -
apuMtolte seal and tenacious
: U. atrrlnx from IhUdr effort of us. The Mm sociil r-*. Preface* of lL.; cal
.trnrlhe action of ru... our prelate and spirit that we practk; on a ,5II'
munUm. SrTrnt-two nitlllon Priests not a little I 1s due to national level we have aK.1
the religious state and to the brought to the International .l': n.\Y. .\u< Catholic ronM'l.Iof the one. llth pumfey after Pr threat.

Prepare congress governments that have presided 'This undemanding and "'. y.IMoHa .
over these 25 years of mpvct toward the political Creed. Prefar of

of lay aposfolateROMK / peace.How. and economic problem of CDA draws women to FloridaA TrlnHv.)

the new nation and the .
er, nnlhlag I I. aafefiom
: (V)Forty expert the ImrlKU" and attltl of the underde* lure group of women from Holwo] vl.t Florida, for the national regent and convention co-chairman

from 15 countries hate met tip of the rommanl. \eloped nation through all over the nation Including num. Catholic Daughters/ of America points out scenic spots In }Holly Daytona Beach

here to prepare for the third which we have paaaed, re.veal her of delegates from :t Augustine < biennial) convention. Mr*. Frank wood for the women who just are
Thus, we have been able to u* an important rot
world congress of the lay and St. met In Scheldell of St. Petersburg state rivnl.
aprtotate. to ascertain during th**. to play in the ordering of the

The congress will meet years progrewhe Infiltration international economic work --- ,
after the ecumenical council In certain Catholic organize of tomorrow" l

end*. Thus the date U not Marriages up but Honor chaplains '

known. E\en the congressagenda m 'JJt.ALUMINUM .
\voitk: 1\1.1 Th
will be affected If nut births down
arc liep.rlm.11 ut the Army will
determined by the cuunt the a.5q...
council take. Irk IF .mark the both anniversary I ...w. 1 1a'ar.ne
showW.InlllUT11 of the taumitnc of It* rhap- n. re.
surveys .
l.ry. ..w.t.n.
For the prf...nl, |irrpartnrjr '> "1M' rna with ,.!.I..tIt11111\ r.u..
ladir hate ..".'r..d on .\I It' n at K.rt IUmlH..i n. Mm hip.Uln e. .t..w5..a.... .sins.,. -
('hrl"t' prayer for Using and r r training A' h''l I .it< Itt" .K-
(\ ) Marrtafta In 'III.> tnWe "
faith "that all mar bo e.. lyn, tin Juts ,."r.PRINTING'1.
w l (itat** are Incre4 t Innumlrr
that the world mar brhtte." but the Hrth tale t*

The four-day meeting Wit <'>g, ammJIng t.t new
preceded by more than a year figures releXN. | by lh" .'ut.
of preparation. It was held! lie Health Iioenial. ltH e Fri. 4..4 OlfaslC.vcitman '

under the auspices of the permanent Fur the 1 2 month |.....1.,1| "Wi", Ct.I. .

committee for inter soling in March tone wets .....,?, ..... e
national conirene of the 4JMMM" ) birth, V..I'n. U.if C1241I4W In 'e1".I: y
. lay apuktoUU. Two reprenen ,, than in the pr*"ta.Ml )'..ir.Ihirln .
tatlre of the World Council March .H...l/,. tl<.r4 11 fee .........

of Churches attended the war t7tIll'' t"rth4. the I I f*.*. Ct 2-6014
meeting as observers.. mallet total fnr any Marrti "fcomfl. rlnr"
sense MC awl nii heart fvt.rete" ftoyeffe AwnIng

e + than In Mann, IWJL ...4 f..t. Se.tah'.I, ul Viairijn, irintfi Ci

CLEARWATERTOM'S The klrlk tale k*. ..... .41be W''t Idea .... 'IH?

r.IM.( f..r M... /ha.we .A1w" .I.aM; .112 M.JiMIl Af*.

,..,.. H',,,.., .-0.,4, l..tS

..11, K. O'8rl. Hut th. Itu...... of t1'41'
c..,..., 'I>- Itll Dr... S. n. ....Uti e'"img in )I........ re_ s.r 'OUUti CINOtATIOM JEWELERS-5INCI I//1"| |

'ITUL' IYSDIITocu If",:/"", rnmiar a lordsSMawnorN Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons
) -.vnn\ in 'IIM' |ir..|puaTh >rot'' :

rat. MM UM "...,.., inf Idi's/er.aT' J...,...

Girl Scouts earn Marian awards Daytona Beach (."ur IwVNr tests''thel.Ihaeg Al' lee e'veej' 1111t ,Ct 2.2(12 Asweisse 6.", SWefy' 1 In M. I.***.Jf.t. .

dfereh. ,..,. acre
SHOE Father Michael Madden left their achievement members of th* Noirot, Annette Mealy, Dens Billing I.''1 aaurirtr. up .Meet J'1t,. Trede.j'sDayton.

assisted these Girl Scouts of St. group recently mad a pilgrimage N,. ,4ette OH. bark MalslyPeak .. ...*.. Marrk, !(.. Tt<. i.t.
REPAIRThe Paul School Troop 622, Daytona to the Oldest Mission and the Ca. ) Michele Chlnda. Deanna I...*. wa* *f per tH rumM'w! Moving & Sforagt Co. ii

1'1.... In (bake Heath, in completing the require thedral of $t. Augustine. Winner rock, at d, not pictured, Fits. with a J In Mwfi U.i >Mr.fkUl Ag.nta ALLIED VA.V LIKE, iVC

Qull' A Wrk......1. rents for the Marian award the of the award, with their leader Freer PieMM .N.Nll hats ire of. Ituyn" J DMTArtJ:
1890 CREW ST. highest recognition accorded Cath Mr*. Michael 1 Chkvio. right are, ..*.. llMy awwM n... araMM II' 114. ('..1.u'II-tT.I.lase WI ... Mlst.-M. 431sTMby

Ph.a.IbT5T1. olic fiN in scoutinj. la honor of foreground from the left Iteverty for. Uk* tart lies. ID*
I4MH .
rat I *>nlM at UMt
-- ---- ..... tt... the ........ raw ; '" ,1e....

Religion in Russia said Schools closed rUin*. Joseph's Florist

THAYER DODGE U.IK I *" .U.\C f\f'-
/1 Ie.J 0.1"""e.e. r.. Osea.eaPh.
Al last !." .,.....* whm.esha.
TV. OOD5E-OAIT .ed 100 C.rry a increasingly suppressed ( ... !..*.. uan ue- bjr UMl /wiw key 47; 1144 HI W, Gee.sa4. A... O'.r1 l..ek

50.000 "r,'Ie *c S v"'r*>i4y 5eewsmnl *> iUssHli .. a .I1.1 G,J.
\ t.,* tOKK More than Vs) ,,, at ,Wemu J.
(NO) ramia a
",..... 44MIC4 1 1011 I ;....f."d SI. r ...... rrf as e.de1 Jai y Il I LLOYD COX
Maaa her marking th* hog wdag of ""'''*n Kainrwweek" .,r AM Hiriian. new' Office .UC".tlON1 mUD t/NSEs DUPLICATED

were told that communal te 4era wet *t...... .......... af UMT **.*...nr ..t SuppKnCL alC41f1Ar1
1.:' .
up their rfforta to tuffrnu religion in th* rVjrWt" v..e '.Msj,fli* aslAavaattf Teeelsrrr run # -'WI'":'

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Everybody asksFalse God's world I

CommentWhat M

} beliefs f have led to Realize value of your' vocationDO I I

demands of evil horrors have of f r the value of time, which Is
true religion practice ;you a sense one of the many gltta. God

vocation Do you feel a has entrusted to ...
find they can take their At the other end of the pole, u belief In God has led conviction that God has called

PEOPLE popular attitude toward far away as possible, are the "religion THE every sort of horror you into being for a profoundly Father We shall be less Inclinedto

religion today No one can help no must be In the heart" adherents. They human sacrifice, ritual sex ) meaningful purpose? Leo J. waste time pursuits.in Idle and"timekilling"

consider the first group hypocrites, and a dozen other things If not. It Is more than likely Recog.
two of them which appear to nixing that God wills us to
ticing which Is an accurate judgment. Theydo Our objector Is talking not Frank J. that a great part of life's testIs Trees reasonable

be at opposite ends of the pole. The not believe In churches and ceremonies of crimes committed under lost to you. time spend on a healthful amount recreationand of

one is aU for external show in religion; or formal! prayer or sacra cover cf religion and disowned Bheedas r God mad you because He Innocent enjoyments
it and hideIt by true believers, but loved the idea of
bottle In His
the other wants to up you shall seek
ments. What they do believe Is so still to use constructively
of evil things rooted In the divine mind.
"inside. vague, they cannot find human language religion.( Itself and approvedby ... ... the many other
The "religion is a show" attitude, to express it. those who held It. He wanted you with Him. form quite- a* well as yon. precious hours which sometimes

of course, is of ancient origin. Probably They teU you Cod Is everywhere, self forever In heaven, ando slip away.
We have already seen that He actosllied His of It may not be a conspicuous shall be
the most expert practitioners of and you do not have to look for Him the procreative act We get contribution which :you haveto sharper-eyed,
error abort God would show you He created In appraising
our skills
It were the Pharisees. The Gospel In a hot building. Prayer Is possible la the approach to God of the whole range of phalUc make as the world 'Judges and talents. Do we continueto

present a detailed picture of those men anywhere, and no one needs a Priestor those who held them. Where rituals, reaching their most However, considering the such things. It may be ,Just develop our mind by
who went to great pains to visit the minister to lead it. And so on. They the Idea of God to moa spiritually impoverished In Infinite number of "possible" one dot on an "1" or one crossIng ful reading, by study,

temple and observe all the ceremonies, have the most convenient form of religion tromly wrong, then men* temple prostitution but with persons In the mind of God of a "t" in God's great haps by adult educational per-

to pray in public and to find witnesses for It makes no demands on iron.* perversion would re- much where worse the Impulse things resultant certainly who there would surely! have must been be others book of specifications.It courses? Or have we let our
,Just as
while fasting and giving alms. The salt may be Just one person mind grow stagnant!
them and gives them Sunday off and seemed to the members of the lovable as you- perhaps will encounter (or

more they were seen and praised, the keeps God deep In their hearts, even Not all errors are In that cult, and may very well seem more so. Yet, it was :you whom have encountered you ) whom Cod nonuse? Have we some spe

more religious they considered them while they are shattering Ills Com sense monstrous. Eastern even to us, a great deal nobler. whom Cod created in preference can Influence through :you clal ability which perhaps

selves. While they seemed perfect ex. mandmenta. mystics generally regard the Where the power of the to a billion or so al and through no one else It through neglected laziness to cultivate, we hate

ternally, we have Our Lord's word for Fortunately for mankind, neitherof supreme Power as impersonal god .Is the primary thing, ternatives.The may be just one remark that use? and to

it that their hearts were corrupt. these attitudes tells the true natureof : they have reached rich: there will be religious' slayIngs. only explanation la has to be spoken at the right

And there who demands depths of contact with this In the Old Testament we that there Is something time and place-and no one Above all, our sense of TO.catloa .
are many today religion. Religion more
Power In their own souls, yet meet Moloch: who was worshipped unique about you which made will speak It unless you do. will give us a greater
think of religion too solely In termsof than service and attendanceat
public lip
never came to awareness that or appeased by having you necessary to Coda over. appreciation of prayer and
externals. As long as they go to church. It requires, first of all, belief the Power was personal In children cast Into a furnace all plan. Somewhere In Ills This Hue of vocation, this the sacraments We lull

church and drop a dollar here and In aU that He teaches through His this we find a difference between of bronze- I say that vast design for the universe sense of being called by Godto want to keep close to Our

there and gain the label of being a Church. That Is one part. It further eastern mysticism and we meet him In the Old Testament there is a spot into which be HI coworker and co Lord.

good Christian they consider themselves demands that we harmonize our con. western-.for the western the Jews met him too. only you will fit. creator, should keep us perpetually
mystics knew from the teach And and again through on our Iocs. We shall want to keep cur-
very religious indeed. They are duct with our beliefs, that we keep again Absolutely speaking, God selves
ing of the Church who the to the mono
the ones who use two elastic standardsof God's moral law centuries found the tempta does not "need" any of vs. Not anxiously: on our toes.
menta of His
Absolute all allowancesmade grace, to the
: yet, lion thus to prostrate themselves
One for church the other Lastly true religion Insists that However, ss far as anybodycan God knows our limitations.He .
morality. they can read the writings before sheer power too be touch of Ills hand. We shall

for business, home and pleasure. They man worship God, not as he pleases or of the eastern with great strong to resist. are an essential essential to link God in :you His weakness has made He allowance already had for want to be pliable and responsive

find religion Is Just great, because they when he feels like it, but in the man. spiritual profit. The Hindus had the terrible chain of creation and of discounted our our Imperfections.If to the guidance

make sure it never Interferes with ner and at the time which God himself Yet the eastern are the goddess Kill, in whose honor grace.It we make a reasonable which we may expect of him .
lowers. by their error. And religious be slain the ritual It )is unlikely that
what they want. has decreed. men must : Is not likely that you will effort-Just an honest, reasonable we shall
less profoundly spiritual here the recognize the gentle
mattered Intensely pressureof
know, until Judgment day effort-to use
than theirs are heavier victim must be strangled, and God's guidance, but we can
Sacred what It .is that is so special our graces and talents then
Scripture losers stllLWhere even for the strangling there be sure that It will be there.
about you. If you try to guess, we can be sure that our mission
the God Is seen were minute prescriptions: "What have I got that no will be accomplished There Is a Job which Cod

then and none of It must happen else has ?" whatever It .Is when the time wants us to do( and, given a
solely s* majesty, we one got you very ,
I of life admits sufferingSOME find one of two renal, or unless the omens showed the probably will guess wrong. for it comes. minimum of cooperation from
more often a combination of goddess willed it This sense of vocation will ourselves. Cod li going to tee
both. And of course there were Ml that you can know- affect our lives In many to It that that job gets done.

of our most appeal For the Hebrews, who, the Aztecs unique in that all that any of us can knowla ways.It It is a wonderful feeling to

songs are sad songs, strangely but truly, know The majesty may be Just too their wars were not far con. that at some point In your know, even the humblest of

little or nothing of the fate overpowering; worshippersare quest, but only to capture life there I I. a tank walling" will mike us more acutely us, that we are so important

perhaps because they are so Father of the dead, death Wit a afraid of the solitary God, prisoners whose hearts mightbe which" BO one eke can per conscious, for example, of to Cod.

realistic. Life, after all, Is a nightmare, the passage to an and we have polytheism, lifted out of their living

sad affair at J best We speakof Job J. .1.1rf existence so mysterious as to with any number of gods to bodies and offered to the god

It not Infrequently as "this Castelotrture be frightening.We break the awful solitude. Or -ss many as 40,000, we are Pope Paul VIAltar

valley of tears. the majesty may be seen In told. In one offering.
look forward to death.
terms of earthly rulers, surrounding
For eves the most forte- .. a release from life's tro.- themselves with These three example are

Bate, life Is a mystery.. hi*. and an eternal isles) more and more complicated oa a vast scale and long .last. boys' devotion edifiesOlives
n. there have been
with God.They log. t any
rituals In affirmation of their
In the dark light of
They are forever on the nimbrr of smeller aberra
brink of perfect fulfillment, fitth. through no fault of own sacredness, with any lion, the religions. feeling The following concludesthe put together a procession of betrayed by Judas

but something always goes 0 LORD, my Cod. by day I their own, dreaded death as a breach of ritual punished by urr..lnl Itself mot only la translation from the Italian small amateur sacristans, we aad abandoned by the Ills.clples .

wrong. And what shall we say cry out, at night I clamor In separation from everything doth. In slaying but la *elf.U>lng. of a recent address made did not draw away from the a boy- It must hate I
of those at the other end of your presence solid even from God. There were religions strong and Joyful vocations: been 81. Mark IaI lHU-
by Pope Paul to the altar
the scale, the unfortunate, the Let my prayer come before If one Is to understand the which guilt had none of the 'The Clmimcelllons, who of a natural family, social: Joined the sad cortege that, lathe
of the moral connotation It has with were a lunatic right fringe of boys of the parishes and Institutions life, a handful of flabby torches. tub
II chronically ill. those who you; Incline your car to my frenzy palmist, on. or light of WM
have never known a day with call for help (24). must understand his. attitude u*, the supreme sin, almost! the Donatlsts of St. Augus of Rome. enfeebled boys to predestinethem lug Jesus to Jerusalem where.
toward death. It has been a the only sin, being any / tine's time, had a special. variant to artful and unnatural he world be tried. United,
out pain rain tilled! lays, sleepless religious practice In.
In the ritual due to the
sinister upecter hovering before of this they would SUCH concepts of goodness, or to know
Such a man was the author nights. : who has not known condemned as you
of psalm $T. He Und too them at one time or another his eyes for years. And god. force a stranger to kill them the spiritual development expose them to reactions of

early to know the marvelous And how many there are who yet he has not lost faith Co far we have been treit under threat of killing him If of the child dur moral rebellion and of spiritual Mark was following Jesus.
he did inK the from childhood he already knew
of the to know log of whkh not. passage nausea; but we have In- Perhaps
mystery Cross have known nothing else. for He has cried out U Rod only perversions
All to adolescence in other he loved Him.
of : : Him. Perhaps
our study religion
that In suffering there Is a entlQuite fall\ a long way short of horror stead promoted In the boy
years on with .hakea confidence
throughout the ages shows words from the purely passive and In the adolescent the The fact .is that he was fallowing l.
large measure of glory, that ask
naturally they :
airs of an answer from Him that there Is phase of education to that dreadful
an In it that so Him at
energy and clear
suffering Is, In fact the divinely "Where .U Gal? Where 1s He pure opening
established path to who can cure all ills, give who knows all the answers. Hat there. are two mal* whose destructive possibilities delicate and disturbed of the with the light of the Faith hour, while all the others Iud

glory. blessed sleep and and And here we are, with our error abort. God or rather, always come as a surprise to formation of the first reflected and the help of grace-of fled.
and wlI hf.ln.1"peace multifarious troubles -troubles ",.,...110.. of ..* truth us. In this matter religion ls Judgments of the flrw his vision over the world It happened however that

Why this should be M God 'joy I am numbered nut to be minimised to shout God to the eucl.sio..fotherswhich rather like sex- mildly held complex conscience, of the over the great world In whicha the soldiers that were leading
alone knows bat to know those who down Into the be sure-but also with a have led to it will be mildly practised. But first rise of instinctive pas Christian lives and with Jesus under arrest noticed

that It Is ao ls a blessed comfort pit; I am go a man without knowledge far "beyond that of religious practice that. ma at full strength there U dynamite stoics the most exquisite arts of that the boy was follow In c

strength.My the psalmist sick.. I. the rontempUilot.One In one as In the other The religious practice, first spiritual beauty and the then there was he who tried
of these .Is to conret- And Just as sex can. without of all unfolds In fullnessthat dM seize
The palmist was not quite couch .1s among the Surety we may weep and a sturdiest of moral sinceritythe to seize him; and
trate everything upon God )* !losing any of Its might, .U not at all\ heavy or arts of the liturgical him In fact taking hold of
en fortunate. It would be dead like the slain who lie In cry for release, but our cry
Creator and source of life, the yet serve life and not destroyIt pietistic, a particular spiritual cult-w. have clothed the
the that
trained sheet ;
centuries before the Cross the grave, la not a sad cry, For we han
other upon Gal ss sheer In marriage as God foundedIt formation that makes theadolescent toward the had gotten *
'would throw Its Illuminating Whom you remember no been given a promise and a employment, the boy who evidently
Power and nothing else.. ; so can religion reach an overcome the negative pledging' of his bed and wrappedthe
life In of
shadow across the problemof longer and who are cut suffering. He had to en. from your care ((34)). could possibly have Imagined. Where we have the first Inl.n.t.LM.h.r.! unknown moments of his religious personal and active serviceof sheet around him. U hap--
then we will have mailsclosed yet \Issue In fullness of life In
conscience: undergoing development the highest ideals pened that Mark swift and
... .
to Cud the Church God founded.
approach seen
negative moments himself and
*" We say this to you dear agile, freed
Qutttion bof these that mark (for many boys of the little clergy. and slipped away; he left the

M. J. Murray youths the sunset of the first let all the faithful present In sheet In the hands of the one
fervor and of the devotion the who had seized It and lie fled
r basilica and outside of It
I Make sign of cross with PriestQ. reached on the occasion of hear us In order that you In the darkness of the night.

Strange but true the first Communion and that may have a good opinion of Could perchance that boy,
Insinuate the Lack of obervam ..
Is It ......Mry fr the. Priest says the prayer at the various group There
Member of the BtrealloM beginning of )Mass then they no more reliable source fur Copyright. 1944. NCWC News SrrV religious crisis, characteristic may be happy to wear your feel afterwards, be the image

t. mike the ln <4 the reese should\ concentrate on the answers of the sucre-wlve sacred veotmettU and to take of some boys of the little

very time l the I"ri./ *.! d.*eJnring hymn rather than the iTltnt's On the other haul some cf will undergo youth years put M little though activeministers clergy who at first follow Jesus

MaMT gesture The. prayers are the! answers I think up myslf The In the ceremoniesof like good boys, but when!
essentially his private prop be religious apprenticeship the slur and in order that the day tomes to be faithfulto
A. No but I recommend I U arallon fur M MU However might not quite the sameas f""" of H"e'ee year r.rllwf ..eA in fact, cf altar lays you may become aeraetomed 11ImJih constancy aryl
TV{* wuuM give. At wAwNr..ro.nr'r.N
as a general I jvartlce\ a gesture a when welt practiced make a to think that aIM .
"'h'I'OU Mn him In saying' lat that Is r ht some of tnyr la the future sacrlflc. they real' off
of unity and partlOrS' these prayers you Join him ..lrrs tell me. boy eeveleevsed to more from when grown and no garment not only the ei-
tlon. !If the congregation U. too In the sign of the cross the enema ,..t.. ef piety lonirer In the teethe of the tenor one -ef a pure. gal

singing a hymn while ther.br.t at the beginning of them, and Q. Is |II romr'vlMia .. have to Ma fleet .timer. cametow little clergy, that you always aDd devout boy, student ef

It the .Indul "t"'m." r>.pU. * *, to eiperteace joy not BUM toe the Church attend the little clergy rI perhaps
t. met *... IU > ., ? bnredn In sorting the"'- carrel religious
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beginning of the introit hut w to It '".iMiM. I. have .:"f rite*, to vMertUnd with aatUacthm Holy Maim' with lea.thglgue even mart fearful then UM
Tluf lor( Ida the sometime dtrfV
tie Nam .e tee womee ii..teed and OgaHy Md to rest?
surely you will be Joining' cult toguge. ef the .
> Utargy. order that.
with him In the Gloria, the to dtot4--tn the ilmHteUy yea always. you:U nuy always Win It k* thus aloe with.
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6 The Florid Catholic, Friday July 21, 19"

Pope honors Our Lady in

ancient district of Rome w tr/M1 ? w.

By Father John P. Donnelly Concluding hla'ult to 1

NO\C News Sen'ice Trastevert the Pope was
KOMI} driven to Castelgandolfo. l
-Pope Paul VI. on his way to hb lummer reai- i
dence at where he was greeted by
Caatelgandolfo last week: stopped off in the ancient
townspeople, Church and civil
Trastevere district of Rome to Inaugurate one of officials.

the city's most colorful annual events. the n__ telebratlon "_f To them he said: M come L.\ l

the feast of Our Lady of partly to rest but also to \!.

Mount CarmeL cross of the Trinitarian Fathers work. We are on the eve of

Trastevere literally, who art in charge of the third session of the council >
the 1 wrdf
.hurch.A. and
-across the Tiber" from an. then are veritable

Clint imperial Rome Is a Pope Paul left the crowd mountains of books, papers f 'J

malt of twisting streets roared again. Despite the and things to set and pre

whose Inhabitants art proudto car's speed the Pope remained pare Therefore we shall offer

claim they are the oldest compared and smiling not to Cod these days In silence, Cathedral's ushers total 200 years of service to St. Augustinein I

of the Romans, a fact0 seeming to miss a single fact prayer and spiritual communion

which the Pope paid tribute. in greeting as he pasted the hoping they will be fruit. Monsignor John P. t'-j St Augustine parish Cathedral. Special rrcognU Joseph<< W, Maronrl prrsl- Kennedy, Mr. Maronel Mr.
The dlktrkt also boasts the by patients hospital and staff of a near you.:' us and blessed for Burns Cathedral pastor have given together over tion was given to C S. 21m dent and V J, Bond, secretary Bond K. K. Brock J, .:.

first church In Home to be aid this week that ushers 200 vein of service to the who has been an usher for and treasurer. Mickler; back row Theodore

dedicated to Our laxly, 81. Arriving at San Calllsto --- Member of the Calhe Cyr Rondal L. Bennett

Diary la TraMevrre, and It Palace, which once housed letter 43 year, and to C. J. Ken dral Parish Ushers<< Association C. N. &Uner, F. AHulci. .
wa here the Pop prayed for the top administrative officers nedy 33 years are from left foreground Carlton Morgan ,

hU flock of Tratteverlnl. contains of the Church and now Newly elected by the Mr. Zim C. Leo W. G. Dalley and A. S.
the offices
of the
Pope Paul was scheduled to Rome vlcarlate. Pope Paul Urges all know of crime problem ushers were their officers lUrnrs, Russell T. Mler, Mr. nrownlnf.

arrive at the church at 8 p.m.By left the car and walked ---

4 o'clock the square out. through the palace and out

side was teeming with local onto the squirt of St. Mary nation's best known :33 arrests for all types of each<< heal a b% Increase In arrest
residents and other Romans in Tra.tevere THE "' Cologne marks centennial
accompanied enforcement officer criminal acts per 1000 Inhabitants. .iI II\IIY'

from across the rlter. nut by six Cardl ilIs. wants the public generally to In cities tilt arrest rate
in lint at the locked liming I9H3 arrests of per
was 4} per MM suburbanareas
waiting to enter the church Inside the (church the Pop Interest Itself In the country: son wader. I* years of age
19 and In rural areas
told the crowd he had crime incise) soared 11 .
were three Americans from rom problem.The IS .VolumewUe. the report for art % recalling three kings

New York. Sisters of the Holy know to honor Mary and lo get to problem he cites figures says, "tht number of city arrests SIe 14M. pidHt streets of

Family of Nazareth In Romeon directly a part of hU to show Is getting worse remained about the juveniles have Increased
flak dear to hi* heart. Krlnliold hnwnnNCWCNewi thing resembling their original
a Jubilee holiday.Before and worse same level a* 193.) ; however"' twit as fast as the young Hy
arriving at St. "I suburban and rural Service i pi i rx lor.
It Mary we honor the areas age population. For all criminal
Mary's, the papal caravan mother of Christ and our "If we art to revert* the.a.Io..1 arts ywung offenders, ae (XLXJNE-The: cathedral city of Cologne, ...hlrhhun't (Hlsen. of this. city hat*

stopped at the small churchof mother because In Jesus trim trend," says coui t tee for iris of alt silk been ruled by a monarch In nearly 50 year. will Mot |IM| an; afferllon for their
St. Agatha. Obviously old. Christ .we art all brothers J. Agar: Hoover,"*ln. It eras.tiller. Auxiliary BishopconsecrafecJ cool treamred relics.People .
erre.ts pay homage to three of them this month when it marks
have better
In the colored church banners was decked and out and we want to render to the roMprehenslon matt of II*a toot I.hum. I. IV MIAS between the ages the 800th anniversary of the arrival of the relics of the wept In the street"
draperies. Madonna to
this our tribute of of u I: and 19 showed 'here4.t
Three In when In IH Joseph Cardinal
.. Kings Germany
A red carpet extended love suffering and economic
devotion faithfulness : of arrettof
fnm the street through the veneration and .-." Hallowed legend states that St. Helena discovered the 'rings parade the relic
supplication Montreal a,1 I the population 1tvU1'II..nd ,
doors and aU the way to the because the Lord has enclosed The FBI director says law serve tended toward! crimesagainst bodice of the Three Kings the famous Msgi of St Mat'lhew'a through>'..." the Germans* hombodout, the rtllc city

main altar many privileges and mjs- enforcement "merely asks MOMIIK.4I.: (\('>-HUhop property, such as Gospel In Persia while she was returning- from her 14.. 'them enough "tebtn

As the Pope approachedthe tries in Mary and linked her that each law-abiding citizen Admen M. CimkheUa OS.M burglary .larceny and auto expedition to find the True kraft" strength of llf*> to r*

(church the crowd", of to the history of our salvation recognise hit responsibility provincial of the Servile Fa theft" The 30 to J4 year age Cross In Jerusalem. by German emivror*. anti a Kwlal their city and their naInwi. .

thousands lining the papal and to the whole Christian by reducing the opportunity| thers' Canadian province wssronsecrsted group had the highest arrest BevtMul reliquary In she ..H.1.|. .
route surged forward clapping life regenerated In the for crime by providing assistance titular RUhop of rates for murder atiravaiedauMnlt. Taken \AetanU..pt. i4 a goMen. hashes<
hands and shouting. Preceded Lord who has In the rettee were tr.aW.rre.i to TM month the rliliena cf
her moth. anti
a to police. and bykapleg Quisa and auxiliary IM hp of rape rubbery A IH
CeWtwWa panel l. Ota .n* will give vent lo Ihelr'We5lkpeft' '
and the fifth,
followed by several Milan In reiury.In
er while all of have In hera Arms
us the total crime problem Montreal In a ceremony In hansle' ViolatioN .however, the| shrine hwt"
limousines, the Pope's car model and powerful Inter* .' hlitorte Notre Itame church for iiamhllng were highest" '"'-'". IIM. *M4 g a i t. 'maMtge SUBMvt by retnmemo.
In proper" |ripertlve Ito luMe, TH ,
rellquarl*s.etwttel rating the arrival. of th.
OefmiMt Iin.Nor :
sped down the street and of the -
cenor.: Pvpe Paul. said. here. the :TU lo 3-| >oar range Frnuil
stopped in front of the Serious crime In the U. ft.Increased I" ?PI"IN1ek. ILU4wn,.... lilt ..1..kll'l.17 by Three Klnga, |I..te...le4 a Itll"l
The consecration and related. l arrests incurredmeat '
He told his listeners that JO'In 19ft3 over was performed rrh. IS. grwie-4 .r rumn of hUitay ...." l I.tnul| Maa at ,la
church. The Pope standingIn .into Ilalv Ih hair 1
on July M by "Paul fr.qu.ntly .In the :Ji ta
he had Nle. .. .. of f Venhin.wet
to Trsitever
come to 20th and this "continuedupswing" the ** 4 nwMt (t"'I1' eathetlral. there
the back of the car with were spirited away by
"honor the of Rome .:mile Cardinal t-reger. with 29 >**r rang | It' touch' of
his hands relied<<1 in a char city In a was consistent Inall AreHMshoo of tgne, lUIn. Mrltywd will l t.. ptltfrtmag, ethlMts
acterUtic greeting gesture place where the city Is at Its areas of the country sn auxiliary and nlahop.IHc.n Its.Linger rill director. limiter saM ski von I>)>.* eLIv lh...tr g..k.1| and l many wf I MrJrwela anti. civil relehrtllnn; for the

turned from side to side to moat characteristic and Is FBI report says. The ute of Paul Gregolr auxiliary of Montreal IHohap asctMonsecrstors. M law enlurremrnt ullher *|><e the protests of Pot* 1*'1',1.,t r>( this rtiy r..!ll.ve th.

acknowledge the cheers all moat true to herself This rUe wss led by suburbanareas died In the IU of duty I. AUx* Mlr III. the relics were I'nlu.its U marking she Three Kings followed, a dU-&

around him and then looked was a reference to the fact at 13%. with cities IMX Irsnjmrtei1 over the Alps. "Math nnlvrsary of Itsikind. tans star t.i their cathedral.

tip to the many spectators In that this district Is famed for averaging a 10% Increase, anti itlsh.p CtmkhrlU was .... where the caravan halt. a' .,nul l (ruin July ,0 la ,"d they take Ibis as a prm.fthai
the a
I the windows, preserving the ancient tradition rural areas a 5% advance.Geographically elected Me"ll.* pessimist l InMsjr. Ih *<| Inns were nme.t 11he.r | July M. Vvr three years t"M- the CtUld Ju U. sleep.Ing .
bureau rtlnvln
of Rome and, through Jest Iw* wrehs twine. raster cluily .. smiths have l the trend Ih. Thi. ,KlwtA.
l histories of chronic .f
Crt.'.. at the door kjp a Intermarriage and a tightly a
li "* named a ItUbop / testurl Ih* shrine l lUll awl
considered uniform with Home of them
war liy
child who presented him knit !society ancient blood I'.,. rnl tl .. Jan t. fender; Analyst! of new In
North Central slate 5. that nan.e t<.lay,
up ; formation, Mr Hoover sail
with a bo..... .( white glad strains as .,ILMt.r MINNNNtN..t11.Nr'Subscribo
) tola sad by Archbishop. .:.. his Western states 10%; Southern A native of Orotle Hani shows. that 71% of the more Onr. I. fVtMgne, In. rrlk /

rice Dante, secretary' of the talk the Pope returned states 12% and Northeastern Kief 4 no, Italy he came l-t thai) MOW( offenders who* of Ih* slot. herm She .,.. now
to the adjoining palace states 13%. Canada at the age of six, flngerpr.nts were actively .
Congregation of Hit", the bet a rattled le Man mot
.. stopping along the way studied. at the College ... handled In ion hail| been arrested .............................
Pope entered the rharrh f rbrief Trim. In Ih. l'" .Increasing strip,
to give special blessing to
a Marie here and was ont."'..' moor more time., and
a Ult l 0 the BlessedlUrriMfM *fl 1" lime fasterthan
group of sick and children for C.'Whir. flag end ..rffl tatpork
In 141 He. was sgptntntassistant 24% No.1.l en arrested l
and then prayedbefore ear ,.I.ct.. growth, ThunderMrd
who had broken through police provl wisl of thtHervUe the fleet< ..... In 1w4el were d*.. ee4e4 with. }]T.K t'
decoratedStatue .
a* rudely Mr Hoer pointed .. .
lines. II. appeared at a In I.... the repeal***. It wae f.uiMlthe U".. wowSa levying InMMMse -

'ar.LLenin of Oar L d/ of Monat palate window overlooking Since )IM. the nation pip file Ctentahella'i CMI*.> average offender KoHIron Agws. I. .....** .., e r> =11tY

( the square and again .Messed ,,"tlont of 1% ha been rrsllon brings lo *4s the nwmIff *rr..ie.l four Iliw.. amt .... ft-. kI tk* m.to )

the church the the crowds ou&eU1ptJfd by. a 49% MM re*** of aualMory IH...wf* cot J'I 'Mt. .......*! tielweofl .hi* *s* Uw. goM1WtMol ..arsephat',

Tope shook hands with clerics Before leaving the squarehe ta crime In 1W3. there "'H. Montresl first and latest afesM. with >*..... dswnwl

lining the aisles, many of climbed five flight of SEAfOOOS

them garbed In the colorful stairs In an apartment horse ..&*..... 15NL/e PHIME RIISIUI
Schedule the Diocese
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, July 21, 1961Woodcraft
r ''' '
'' !\ Inserts to be

I : printed formissalusers

rt .
..1y P-.lft': E publishers have already begun
a printing supplements
; containing the new English
text. of the people's parts of
the Ordinary of the Mas.

Archbishop John F. Dear-
den of Detroit made the announcement
P on July U three
days after a meeting with(
representatives of half a doa
en firms engaged in publishing -
I hand missal.

.is the Bl!.how' upokenmaa
on program for the coming
axe<< of Kngli-h: In the Mans
the Archbishop", has rrrom-
i mended following" Home's ap>
Water sports at Camp San PedroIt pruval of the .".H. text that
without any change In the
didn't take much to lure these two reasons. Camp Good Counsel an- ba"le structure of the Macs,
campers into the water just the other diocesan camp has its setting on there I Is no need for replacement
afternoon heat and one look at the Lake Tsala Apopka and Camp St. John of existing popularmlfwals.
w 'i natural swimming facilities of Lake the third diocesan camp, Is located on
Howell. Camp San Pedro in Maitland the St. Johns River. Each camp offers H. said that "all that will I
draws children from all over Floridato an adventure packed summer to the be necessary It to have available .
their summer sessions for just these young campers of the state. the newly-approved OrdInary I
of the Mass."
,,,,,,,,,,,, "'''''''''''''' "Now," he declared, "pub-

Ushers of missals for the peo.
M pie have assured us that at
. classes at first the text will be issuedas
camp at Camp a separate supplement, as

John Guemple, standing, a Scott Whitman, St. Margaret parish:; Orlando; Rk-k Derg- Ascenalon pariah, Eau Callle; the liturgical commission recommended
counsellor at Camp San Pedro Mary parish Winter I'ark; holtx, St, John Vianney par. and Paul Nolan St. Joan of San Pedro t and later Incorporated
teaches his woodcraft James Allen St. Margaret\ tab. Orlando; Danny Fisher Ark pariah, Boca Raton. In the mlssala them.
,'''' '' ,,,,,,,, selves."
Winter Park _._ .... .. ''''''''U"\
Mary --
parish ; ---- ---- ----- ---
clan the Invaluable use of a
"This means that Catholics
Marrim William. fit
popslckle stick during one of pariah Ormond loach; and already owning missals and
hi* recent ..""Iona. In the tarry Phillip, St. Joseph those now wishing to buy I
foreground from the left art piirbh. Lakeland. In the hack mlssaU will have the new I
George Malpaica, St. Mary ground from the left, are text of the Ordinary In ample
Magdalen parlnh llaltland; Dough Scffeni, St. Andrew i time for the date the U.S. ,
e Bishops will set for the
a 1r troduction Mass. of English In In'j'j

"The missal,* the Arch
All in a day's work bishop said, "is a useful and
Important instrument for
e !7s Camp life isn't all fun as these young camperssoon bringing to the people an understanding .
found out; it also includes some responsibilities of the Mass especially
such as keeping rooms neat and making beds. in this.time of transU
tion. The laity should have
There are three summer camps in the Diocese
the which the Priest
A of St. Augustine where both boys and girls may prayers
lays, particularly those which
attend their respective sessions and take part in the Priest will be saying by.
either woodcraft or catechetical instructions. himself,"


._ .

Learning the art of riflery '

niflery sessions take their place In the camp 1 ,

program for children at Camp San Pedro Rill $Li; 1 1j I
Robichaud kneeling: a camp counsellor, Instructs #
Bruce Leaky and Johnny Gilbert both of Good
Shepherd pariah in Orlando in the safe way of

handling weapon Camp San Pedro, along with

Camp Good Counsel and Camp St. John, provide fJ : :' .
the youngsters of the Diocese with an activity 1o.' : 'iI.. !f4!
:! )j" "'\
filled summer .. ..... It'!' ...:'1.\) "., .
Taking a food breakNo I
.. "'"''''''''"n" '
matter how much fun the children !. cooks at Camp San Pedro In MaiUand
Why Amen? have, the cooks at the diocesan answer the calls of Scott Whitmer Jay

Tb. *.\mea" sew MM' summer camps would agree that Belina and George Malpaaa for a before -
when rerelrlng Holy 'oM. --- -- -_.. there's always time to eat Mrs. Steven lunch snack.

OIZIAL. m.nli>n, U a profpMio .( Sun swimming and sailing Oracho and Mrs. John W. Novotny,
I Idllh. In lh. Holy K:.rk.ri.l, -
A. .,.... M..,. Th. C..!"(. t.l Mlnf It d..le. Camp Fan Pedro, one of the three Larkin, a counsellor at the camp.There'
.bask la the e.rllM| rel.rle. diocesan summer camps.. for children are three summer camp in the Diocese Cardinal's body KYLE-McLELLAN. INC.
449 2nd A... S.. Ph. II24SOI .I ChrUlUaliy" takes advantage of It* lakeside setting of St. Augustine' Camp Good FUNERAL

ST. PETERSBURG """ ",un"U"" in Malt land to offer ita campers plentyof Counsel Camp St. John and Camp San reinlerred in Rome DIRECTORS
watery activities. The boys receive' Pedro. }:&th one offers a variety of 17 W. UNION STRICT-JACKSONVILLE
instructions in sailing a pram from Pat activities to the youngsters of Florida. UOMK: ,\r) -The body, of EL Uttt CmfrwoM Service SAC taU
Chula tanltiMl Larlgerl.founder .
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Sharing our treasure Coming

Radio ''w-4IL.&I''*"T; :'
brings educationto ,.

) ..' :, ,>, Real Presence fosters events

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natives of HondurasNEWARK. M + IK*. ......' _...... ud *T....
aeyf vocation to PriesthoodHA at Mr. !.... l*.*l (........ Ads
f 4s.. ...Ik. .< ....!.. _ New Jersey (NC)-Some 200,000 peopl< l sill t. .mill.*.

In remote country villages la Hondunu are learning to VENT you some friend Men's retreat July H 25

write, grow vegetables wash their whom you would .. St Leo for of
hands before eating,,. 0 20 Abbey men
the ,
improve their homes-all particularly, like to share 'V" the central area.
Meat Is Interested I. the ; precious treasure! of your holy
by radio. program Father Women's retreat July 21,
Father Lander ml l.'VVe Catholic faith* There's an ef '
Their teacher la Radio < 23 20 Holy Name Priory San
Seethe of doing so. John .\.
Schools of Antonio for women of the
modeledon nave
Corps I Explain Christ's teaching
those begun In ColombiaIn people working u assistant concerning His Real PresenceIn U'llrlen .I Sarasota. Englewood Venice.

1957 An American Priest coordinators," he said "ob the Holy Eucharist and Dradenton, Anna Maria, Pal

has Just been named fullUme serving the personnel and I point out that Catholics believe metto Ruskin Dade City
assistant director of the Drocksville. Crystal River Inverness
project the smoothness of the opera what Christ saint Point

by Archbishop Hector tion and advising me. I expect aM out too that Christ dwells In Land O-Lakes, Ma-
I Sol
Santos It <| m*, kowtter wthe .. .
of M St. Joseph. San
Tegucigalpa Hon. saryktown.
15 Peace
more In
r the tabernacle of every Catholic C .lIo"e teething en the
Antonio Zephyrhillsareas
the fall
chunh amt given Htm Plot, .ch.rl.t. ,
H. U Father John J. I... In addition the agency for self, Ho.lv and Wood. In Holy ,
InternaUonal'tlopment is I .fit. Communion Christ's teaching 1s unml Dcnem luncheon-curd party
derv, out of thru ..1"... of
the Newark .rchdlor .. helping with supplies. Last' t,. f1Qs takably clean 'Amen, Amen July 29. noon. Our Lady
*** a ------ -' -- .4-- \\ken your friend. lfar. Queen of Martyrs parish hall.Sarasota. ,
signed to mission. month It provided $10,000 I I "y to you, unless you eat
a staffed
by the > worth of stationery. : Teaching the this he too will want ta be> the flesh of the Son of Man Women's Guild,
ew Jersey 8,..
proper way
rom n ('atholie.Thin .
Is the program effective! and drink II bi bknxl. you sponsor.IViwert

Home for a visit he told of Father Landers tells of one Tim Gill a counsellor at Camp San Laufhlln. St Margaret Mary pariah li shown In the con- shall not have life In you. He card party July =90,
plans for the schools and the village of about 700 people I who eats my flesh and drinks ft pm.. HINiult Lion's clubhouse
Pedro In Mailland the version of Andrew Murthle
spends greatered Winter Park: Jack Donovan St. John
success bknwl, ha life e\erla lAm Turner Road
they have had. where man has conitruna l my tU>K
of rVrUmouth
Radio schools of Honduras concrete latrine and has installed part of his day teaching the children Vianney pariah Orlando; Michael Mac Rene itctlne Priest Ohk\St now Meln a amt 1 will rat him up on Jacksonville, St Patrick pariah -
broadcast six: days a week for a cement floor in his the safest methoda in archery Some Donald. St. Mary parish, Rockledge; ratl. ImMarni "Itrarwl a Ire.< the lad day. rw my flesh Unient spomior.r 1 .

nine month., buying time house He has also terraced: times they even hit the target Pictured Tim; and John Wayne N'ovotny, Ohio bjterUn." related father Andrew ln U-r.l, aol l my blood U .I n training course, OfIrtfeliS

from a Catholic radio stationin his land and here from the left Kevin drink Irwlortl He who eats
planted vegetables are *1 wit atttve In Church my Hi. John, August t lIS. .
Tegucigalpa. Peasants cluster -which he has never affairs and preufclent of the flesh and drinks my blcxxl. .

around sets in the remote seen before. He did it all according Young People Chin. At a ankle in me and 1 In him

villages, where a total Investment to the exact Instructions : Sports comment New films small chili' I w.1. often taken (Jn 8,817)). Iota ceo St.training Martha! ,course August, Sara 1 to

of about $23, including he heard on the radio. to Mercy H*i>".l by my fa tTatholhii believe this and IV

117.80 for the radio, ls shared school. ther, a physic 'un, and left practice It. In attending Cath
CCI) training J.ck.IJn'III.
among about 20 people who "Now the people of the village Football Giants shuffle with the Free uoan Sisters oltc servlceii I found Cat hoi'lwaiktrlng course, *
Christ the
Morally le *. King
have a year to make theirpayments. see what the man hatdone" while he railed l <>n patients. Christ on their kneesaunt
The cost includes the Priest said. *H geitrrsl .palronag. Him August 17 to 31.
"When I "''iI. about six I receiving in Holy
pencils, paper and workbooks shows them that his childrenno squad ranked )Jt"'MrIS'Ut TIIK' asked' him If ale bed to be a Cummuitkxi. i asked| our mtn CCI training fours Cocoa.
used at the direction of have champions (Uuena Vlsu) Our Saviour. August 1? to :31.
the longer
as many cock Catholic! to h* .. l'riNto Ai a titer what Christ meant when
announcer. roach bites as they once had Morally I .nobj.rll...abl* Sue freshmen In bUi* urnnnl l my He saint This .U my leafy! II. Opening| of srhonli in IXoce -
There are four regional since he made the By Jo King minute hurry. Zero hour here ,' 1jt| and .. ark t .e of St Augustine Stop-
concrete / a< n l lfcciiU Interest grew \.,v strong' aunt. .1I I now WIT** Christ' meant
directors now," Father Landers floor. They will see him getting TilE New, York Giants prae- will arrive at 11 a,m, Friday. RKIIOU: ,t "'.\1." IIOKHKr began to reed, ant ask que> just that, but be rmikln e x. timber J., .

said. "Inside a year I food from his garden. football the way they Then the first ncrloirrwige willie ((lit) U,,,,.. I nun)t. friends" with a plain, why PrefttyterlarM mn< MNNNN NNNNNNtMNSubscribe

hope to have 10. Each regional Then others will want to doa play It. for 60 minutes of held and that will mean ;ti 1'11 \TiiKRiiKitini: group nf CVh llr kub IM that orally' ......', l behete. It or praistlce now

director I Is r"I t (
many colorful I chastenworking JJ ''''''''" ",......,,,\\\" "
12 area coordinators who long enough;; every minutecan
weren't' all MlnU. they .
in turn are each responsiblefor be a suspense story for In this dry.lippedtension. Mnrally nobjertUnahl). Inns ..ct.,)I.. me,
75 monitors." Chaplain dies somebody on the field. (..r ndnluIIIKIM had a sen e of bring IIft'aUnt' kU Muse, only' il...|>...4 wjrr ORLANDOWINTER
able to heal I and sought to
The boss of the layout U an HK.UM .n kllvH that. the Calknlle. ..
The 1'alted States govern. WOKCKMTEK (>C) Father The heroes of Yankee 8I.. electric little fellow whom (Amer-Intl. ) make up for any lapses by ( hunch ear tile ... treeIinns PARK
Leopold Braun A.A., dl... teas are MOW" getllagready g\4ng to) OUAfeMlun tying. ...
you may pint| on the field
)l ..hJtoc'Un..bl.) for .
rally .
and pt erv I..u.
who served for nearly 12years for another tough NUoul .- Illustrating the fake of the I"'MAN
as chaplain to Americana Football !...... seesco quarterback I.nhoand"11'101 adults with reer *ton. el Viker "At Yale 1'r.Uer.liy.' I
ORLANDO \IHIT TIIK (hoes) aspect sought to embrace the Faith
In Moscow and later by dally workoMlt en the
said out a ball This Is the acme worlilllneM' U their lit,. !MpreMMl > 'AItUWhol.lal.
WINTER he was marked for extermination lovely ......d. of she .Jr*..lf. of deception, and some have Note: This. classlfkwtton. M* 4eeply. I liked but the chapUIn. wuuMnt\ rereive -
PARK Fairfield ., l. 11'ffW certain films me aa I was! a minor PrictiC4SN
by Stalin died here at t'alsrniity l ".. felt that Alike Sherman must duo |11. InvUlkl bond. .( nrvmmon .
Robert B'lUmln. which, 'while not morally and uiwtor my father's author
the of ..
age be coaching that way, a lefty ally tkat seemed s.IoW 5.p CAST
Under terms of the agreement There are 3) candidate of getting away with murder offensive( In themselves. require .. Shur tegelker."I liy To s cape that authorityI n./.M. ..*. 1111 M 55.11 eat
JotMil I in* and ws
on resumption of diplomatic without showing the ball berawe Mutton anti some act army I****)** .s M Mix* (I MIK Se
Children'sClothes relations between the7A various skills In the Connect I bU ai).u acct tiplanallun as a I announced that I wantedto |In.tnsiei and 1 revelvetl. 1 by *. .-.(..... MM****? Ml***.
cut early camp Including sucreM ran seem I.I* Se 111s sal. ,*"..__
\ and Russia, Father Braun a sort of bewildering. |I"."Mtli>fl lu the uninformed become a Calhoun'Phil (1\0011" Janke CuIYIn.1 ,*, k..... .* IMNtMM r.*..
Line went to Moscow as chaplainin small group of veterans who agaliwt wrong In- drought oipunHlon Runt my TV 1 be a Prl"*.t was on. t>( ..*....-....... ,*... a..**,
1934. He remained until may hate just passed over T.. rkronie "...lloni I terpreUUons and fat.** con dad who IfMIIMcl1 w*. Ut",gworkul my .esrUe tUclree. Alter II.. W. lkMU.l, ,.. lt..|.ll.

' v Rneit In Oeitiing late In 1945.JIM Into their insurance-celling, hear '*.rt.. She rvnniry ant elusions cm' by my 0. h >Hcfrleml three yare In the service I

For 6Mi 1 aoY' pension waiting time. "II..", can the UUnU keen .. .IIJtoc'tlo..bl. *. lied insistent that I went right away to $'. Uelrvr ,
HUH K4t..*... .A 4-ltll Many are of formidable lralty
winning wken They are .. U part Sec .u! lake more Interest In the .l'a Seminary, ",where thank House.teeet
BLAKE physique, but almost any will old. ?"* an4Wkst triad ..froad iTnnyterlarl Church, Sunday tM I wet ordained l a 'rr....,

OFFICE SUI'PLYI'URKI'l'VR" break into a sweat, or stammer I* thin Hnr..nr A HOt UK Ift Mrr A echoed and ywing | like a child awaiting, his IIUMK -(Emb.) "
club. ot N.khSeeieh.\ .
Here la Allies MCK AMI \"I In\:lie s..
iILLARARDOE cue lit the eighth grade play philosophy *
l did. toil there was sum
orricc scrruE *. when the hard tact la INDo (I".three.w nt.. tiuUdwinning. white (waw)
FORD FACTORY DEALER thing l*'kU>*V There seemed
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to be more substance la |r>eCalholM FAIRVIEW/ ,
toG Be Orlando AT W.P.
SAVE ON YOUR and often fatal furJa;I j' ** (Anwrloll) o-/t s..ui i rri.
NEW CAR DEAL kN fact nays that coach to rebuild while& lunlng. faith "..1., sottxinUNilty elfin" l& L.uncfry rvttTB4T a..rawa...
to O...U a keener
Ikeretksn probably west be moro r ... < .
but $herm as won the EJSIthree > STIAK. .
Ph. 4SA-3]]] *4, .l...*. ata labs .. runctounnes4. of MU' |>re.. D.,..4*.l. s-.Me Care
Law Upholstery Rates atritght seasons while sot ence and clearer. recognition H.. .. a. ON A SKI Will
W. Hwy. 50 this .......1.. Iot: NYL a NMe.as
Winter Garden Fwrti!tw. Boat C.skiorts ......,10.."', ....... ttruction swinging job a aias 4ve reoun 'NT. I4H'IN m')-The National ot the autnwlty uf the Mil Mf*.slr, Orla4eBARNES HflHalcll ICe1add ..

Member rjl Paul J."..... Ph,6-4.-4617 Tbe Giant team, an CaUKiile llvral Life Bunch\ Over
Time races for most there
Sr. Qiartet Member St. Margaret Is not the leisure of the: baseball thinks he s.ee at any time of (ftenfervnr, fuumM la tM ',.. thing' wkkk. 4.nll. .. Tke Os>e M*.tMi R

ParittiWHE.Y Mary PsrttH camp In the buoyant year already may be ...*.. In rUT la IMi will hM I.. lath SfUnKt A PFAUII '1.50-L.ro. 11590la
the squad at 40 that be will aanl ersry eonventsoii here e.1 i u.. ewiKliiaM )
spring when a manager who l \ Kill HU. I_
carry, there proUbtr wont. frtm AwguH IT lo :38. Prelate/ criticizes IM M see-
bat viewed, a easf...et for a ritr.M r'-Tltt.nu _- "/5.ISuer o..ag
lie more than 14 of the aaertAIMe Joseph Cardinal flitter nl IhlaaleJ.INia r .........a sr.t--
Herman J. Htidrich month may say he will give IDol 1(, Ovnt
TOU nm e the boy another week and look user for l lIkenplte "% Louts WIN be IMM. .. teoonwnten. drive ; theaters ( "tat "SJ'AJ' lJ'urw
(:.,"'.r. ?,.tt". & Sons (lrsrll.1ev hltllepJohn n
the father of
'.AMI. :PI./e.. then and Mm down for Image
J'eat...". ...... or.... ..4 S.I..... further season!**. ace quarterWk T. A. Titus, L M.re. ..kr] of the 0..- .
Tr.aln Pt... Of '.-r ..... sad t.*..M.* This Is the sullen time of the conch will sponsor the veetonIeu.Sle dIf.1" ""t''u.rrn' (N( --ItLh
a. 0. ...,... ..,>. '.*..CCIIGary's of humidity youngest Giant team In Watt of the eMtfereiwe. willpreaMe I p IMvrt / Jays. at nun SERVICE
a.e Ittch.I 3..t 'uffe year and baked ground scjuaUysklee w tIM'ootheD be look over the oVtnt yearswhile M Us latent ef 4
Cal Peter. Sch1d'1ORLiNDo tearM are prvted out. Just recently be UJ,i tam ton m.xig a4. the .mr.. 1'4et*ee l.4og shaewit In mai>rrtrttelii ......, TWt-UW 4 ItAKI WOK
Duck Inn tint ,lketef here .t MAR WHUL AlIGNING
Everything moves In a DO- Huff and lU. Mw ADVF.rVmiXOCOMfANf I will .Wne fIl ahaae"I. HetMM s.he-t UU CttrIH also'
.IT. r* A tnist Pea t.. tncnd Andy UibutelUas rvnventlon fimoa
elset aalreeO as.Mast' Editor named a conch II. may hate to .IU alMhii .*a the part .I. a __a. M Vetnto'. 0.- r.. 41))046 Orf.....

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OO-John I. 1anagan has most famous Giants in a 'M'Tbat' l..... Among the .|w.k.,.
hewn lamed managing editor iKrm act h*..pt>.f. carry
lei lire is Mesilerey er Me.... greek Acres of the Western Mkhigantathohe. luftral t. a ewuthpa quartertMCk Marline" C IT... ft* J.fferwiCity their aOtenUrmenu U a bI4
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We have a .... deslg..4w yew fatally newtpnp" of the who sdvee the .lavpreMton awl MffUxt W)>eler. rtt- set .ftJt, I I..eolaee
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he dneat have .. recur' fA IMi *UUI eduretiMiW
feeing John U. Ketti1 mrv run. fur snene. .t the |K..
DEMETREE BUILDERS use a football at all the MUMuuri' dpettment .
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8 The Florida Catholic, Friday, July 2&, 1961

Church Bishops' duties

Pope Paul finishes workon ,

first encyclical rS't head Council's agendaVATICAN

Dy James C. O'Neill CITY (NC) -The agenda for discussion churches on the missions, on

KCWO News Service and voting for the third session of the Second Vatican Religious on Priests, on the

VATICAN CITY-Pope Paul VI has finished work on Council has been sent to the world's Bishops in a letter by apostolate, on the sacra

the first encyclical of his reign. signed by Archbishop Pericle Fetid, secretary generalof ment Institutions of Matrimony(seminaries on priestly ),

The document was written entirely by hand by the the councilAccompanying Catholic schools
the text of the "declarationon anu on
Pope in Italian and has been given to Vatican Latinlsts the letter the Jews and non-Chris the Church: In the modern

for translation. An unofficial but qualified source said was a list of additions to regulations tians which U to be added to world.

publication of the encyclical can be expected when the which were proposed the schema on ecumenism." Not all of the schemata proposed

translation I.is completed. It was estimated that this b) the coordinating commission In the agenda will have
and approved by Pope When they convene In Septrmber -
to be discussed In their
later.would be by July 31 or population of cities such as ..i'U ".11M"" I ;;. e I' nA r:..... .. Paul VI on July 2. the ,U..hops will/ take Most of them have entirety.

Rome leaves town. Sent to the Bishops at the up the consideration. on been
The subject and length of The date of publication Is Entertainment at CDA conventionMembers same time were the revised schemata In the following. already previous sessions.discussed: during

the document wan not re still unknown by responsible texts of the schemata on divine order the Church; the pastoral On
of Court Sancta Maria tlon of Catholic Daughters of America matters already dis-
>ealed.lUHiin. .
Vatican officials and the the .
various revelation, Church dstlrn of BUhop; the cussed
newspapers have offices that would be from St Petersburg provided a choral held July 19-23 at the Hotel DiplomatIn missionary activity of the schema on ecnmenlon and been drawn, amendments have

been full of peculations on concerned with its publication selection during the Florida luncheonof Hollywood Church and on the Church In the two declarations. and a and up will by the be commissions submitted

the docum..nt'.lorm and con. translation and distribution the 30th biennial national conven- the modern '/orld as well as discussion' of the schema on to the
Bishops for
tent. Several papers have are not yet at work on It divine revelation.
stated flatly that It will be their vote to accept or reject

devoted to birth control. One Mass offeredfor Delegate namedCAMT.U Charity off icial strikesemployment Presumably, if there Is them without further debate.

paper linked the lubject of Requiem : :.\ OIH(>, Italy more time after this agendahas According to the new agenda
the document with its rUe been completed, the council the first Item of business
(-rope Paul VI )h.i,is
jrored data of issue the feast poverty Fathers will move onto will be the schema on the
Bishop McManaman named Archbishop Sergio I Church.
more of the remain-
of St. Anne, patroness of one or
ngnedoll as apostolic delegate
Christian mothers and childbirth ... log nine whemata.Theee Six chapters of this schema
fr. I)
In Canada to replace tC..t1..d lice the Inept the seeminglyIncompetentthey
on July 20 }:JUt:, Pennsylvania (NC) A Pontifical Requiem are: on the Eastern have been dllicwlled already
Archbishop Sebastlano Bog- this country'sto are nevertheless
of tcm' such as during/ the second session
Mass for auxiliary Bishop Edward Peter McManaman
Reliable sources, however, glo who has been appointed tolerate the human waste bodies and souls created
seriously doubt both the ru Erie was offered in St Peter Cathedral here on July 23. apostolic nuncio to Brazil; Involved In poverty and un In the image and likeness Therefore will the be called assembled Fathers

mored date and the statement Burial followed in the Bishops' crypt of the cathedral. Archbishop Pignednll was employment. of God who cry out to Changes in to vote to accept or reject on only theamencJm.nu

that the document deal Archbishop John J. Krol of Philadelphia offered the Mass apostolic delegate in Weft you for a helping hand" he drawn

primarily with birth control. for Bishop. McManaman. 64._. who___ _had___ been_____ auxiliary Central Africa. lie Is twin* fcln truth we must review declared. liturgy seen the doctrinal commission up on by

Instead, It Is mont likelythat Bishop of Erie since 1948. replaced In that post by Monsignor our entire Itt of value fIG "They are Individuals who the basis of the speeches
turned to Rome for seven that the respect <>( the hlgheotvalues
the encyclical will deal The eulogy wus given by months and earned a doctor. Lulgl! I> llottl, counselor will be reflected. In the had no way of prophesying as restoringCINCINNATI given on the various chapters
with Tope Faal's program f.f Bishop Michael W. Hyl of at the apostolic Inter- and the arrival of this day when during the second ses
ate In theology. regard which industry
action for till pontificate, Wilmington Delaware a nunciature In Turkey, who for the a man who U willing to work (NO Novelty sion.
classmate of the late Bishop From 1930{ until his consecration has been named titular Archbishop wxlety generally has and has both hands ready to
with perhaps some reference Individual who was created la no feature of the Constitution However the text of two

to prohlenu posed by the to- during their student days In h* was on rector October of St.28, Peter 1918, of Voncarlana. lo be mitntrr of the *r .lem serve you Is denied the opportunity on the Sacred Liturgy additional chapters, which

railed/ population Mplonlon. Rome. because a machinehas adopted by Vatican complete the schema have
Cathedral 1 In Erie While a CMSM re-elects and not Its ,J llm.he de "
Bishop McManaman died clared.Monnlgnor. taken his plac Council II, a leader In the not been discussed yet
The Pope has delayed Issuing Bishop he served as pastor of
July 18 In Philadelphia DEVhlt: (NC) Father Stressing the vicious circle United States liturgical movement These will form the first matters
an encyclical for more bt. Joneph, parUh In Oil City.
M S.M. Gallagher calls of he said !It of
A native of Wllkes-Barre James Darby was reelected aspect poverty has said.Speaking discussions
than after hit election.
a year
Pennsylvania he was born Bishop McManaman had at. by acclamation to the for more information on the Is a special problem for the at a recent religious

Normally custom dictates May 3, 1000. the son of the tended both sessions of the executive board and as president problem of poverty action children of the poor who Institute for the Sistersof They are a chapter on the

that a newly elected Pope late James Joseph and Elizabeth Second Vatican Council and of the Conference of programs to aid the poor at have little hope of breakingout Charity at Mount St. Joseph "em-halfiloiclcal' nature of our
iMue /
an encyclical ihortlyafter chairman of the diocesan tiicatlon and our union with
his election to forth (Dillon) McManaman. Major Superiors of Men the parish level volunteer of the pattern.At Father Gerard S. Slo-
liturgical commission besides the Church In heaven" and
H* was educated at the grade/ (CMSM) for the third successive medical services especiallyfor yan president of the National
the alma of his reign, a sortof holding other another convention session the chapter ODf he Blessed
many posts. the children of the
here.Archabbot. pour,
and high schools of St. Mary year Liturgical Conference, de
platform document which Monnlgnor John I. Mayof llrgin Mary, mother of God
Dona venture and Improved opportunities
pariah there and Liter" at St. Glared
sets the ton of the pontificate. Knaehel 0.S.U. of St. Melnrad Including tutoring (Mrsgo, general secretaryof In the mystery of Christ and
Hut Pope Paul has not Thomas College, now the University Relic of St. Paul the Catholic thurtb Ktrntlon :,. To many In Europe and the Church."
followed this cuitom. Instead of Scranton. (Indiana) archablwy was "so that Illiteracy America It sounds new. But

he noted In his speech ,..\I.n..1.. .. (SCAn )- elected vie president, succeeding not be an otatacle to then Hmlety, romntrndedthe In fact, the constitution Is a In his letter to the Bishopsof
open Enrolling: / at HU Itonavrn.tore forindependence Catholic Daughters of
children In their struggle
log the ecumenical council'ssecond armlton relic of St Paulwas Abbot Sylvester M. America vindication of the ancient the world the secretary
for their of
session )last" that College near Olesn, New taken along by five Kllleen 0. Pruem. of St Nor- and nelfeuiftciency support }Faith as It U concerned with general Archbishop Feud
year fork the KvtenMon: of
aa a student for the program
the address, setting forth the Thesis of the Maltese Catholic bert College West D* Tere. home work. the center of things." advised them that those who
Priesthood he missionary
jrotls' of the council would was graduated action organisation who left Wisconsin, at the CMSM seventh "Whether they be the poor will want to speak on the twolast
.a vsledlrtorlaa of his Pleas The council Father "have
take the place of an encycli\ here for Australia, where annual assembly here.Speakers. the racial minority, the dere- "Through their help In chapters of the schema
In 10U. H* ws sent to the not devised a new theology,
cal. they are due to visit the Maltese great part," Monsignor May on the Church at the beginning .
North American College at he added. "It I* only new' lathe
emigrant community. said, "there are mission of the meetings on September .
Rome and ordained March IS, sense that It Is a restoration ,
that the
peculation Pope The relic a small splinterof .. chapels today In Wyoming' II should send a
1WT. of ancient Catholic belief.
was readying a major doco* the Apostle's arm was Arizona, Oklahoma Colorado, ." synopsis of their Intended

..Bt Increased greatly !. After serving as a curate at taken Instead of the whole ... Texas and a mission school speeches to the secretariat of

early Jnly., Clearfleld. Pennsylvania and reliquary of the Church nf In North Carolina. Father Sloyan. who Is headof the council by not later than

All private and special audiences aa assistant diocesan superintendent St Paul Shipwrecked as originally tr. Stressing' the "great home the religious education de- September 9.

were cancelled by the of schools, h* re \ planned ,,, mission needs here In our partment at the Catholic Unlerslty -
Pop prior to hi. departurelast own country," he Mid the \ of America, emphasized R.U"e4 M .n.rtlyd r.r-.e
week from the Vatican ...,. Extension Society has 1If'Ipt'Ctbuild that there Is nothing ..... .. itlv*. Ttn ... 1 .mpnfctbly
.Mklns. II IM .e (
for his summer home In Castelaandolfo Congress site 'awaits more than Tooo small cf theological fad or contemporary raCl......' ... *h. .......* !.
possibly I Indicating I I. churches' In mission areas of current In this rwnala .
encyclical preparation.It diocesan America besides giving financial constitution." M a.full<* u or DtorMU pert tlm R.1..14 pfi...)tn tow *

has also been> rumored pilgrims support to many Father Sloyan remarkedthat tin fur Orlando I. (MM .....-

that the on August document 19.will Although he Issued .('........ .,.. .... It for CDACDA helping Priests In In the such education areas and of praise"you for this find document considerable over tor rat An-.bimetal nil.........rte.'Son.aperta.Mt.Hiy....ta...tmmm... M,

Americans, are expected to the bHrrum vlliagea, and seminarians. the pawl seven months In th* ChrMophcr Car Ho....(
the document may carry that take part In the ceremonies stare all the .people .f Ihimbuy convention speaker Father Thomas J. He also that Protestant and Eastern Orthodox L..v.loo i.M farvonttnm .... '4
date, It .Is unlikely that It will ....... .U _4. Uf .( IM nwmlMnti ff
ant functions of the con...**. await the olio.! |plio O'Donnell S J.. right, Irish-bora Priest who directs Extension Lay Volunteers circle" Turaoa Piwutrtl I sites" *f thK .
!. that
published on day Bombay presents to the Jtl"", daring their foitr lajrUy the English language programs of the Vatican program which recruits lay. |k<. at 1-nlnnihiML Kiel/ )
came It Is a major holiday pilgrims a feast of anhltec: nt the ronireM "The. rea*.. for the acrepUhUily ..MOIne" IHtnKlvl" W rut to.sir..d .
Radio talks with Father James Gloekler. of Sacred men for work In the home .
Italy when no newspapers art .! the UrONinln. <) Mtl'ov
tur l glamor. Sow of the Blobop a.wd' .
Th. ptlfHrnese. which Heart parish rinellas Park, and chaplain of missions will serve! more than '1lHMnl. 'lr Otr tint N rtB.
and almost the entire ,
printed .
h Is l
finest buildings In (Jothlc:, etpUUed. that II l fIG < ..ItimlMi* Bit*. T.i .n At 1
IndoRaracen and an admix. leaven Nvw York on Novas CDA Court Blessed Elizabeth Seton. left, and Father 100 missions from I tah to tally.. (.llwllc.. The Bishops
Confirms lr 17 and returtM t. Los AnMM Puerto Rico' this year and
liturgy ture of east and west buildIng William O'Meara CSS.R,. Tampa former next.Canonization. have "been tree la the Faith
(* on Decvmbrr 171* 1>"'IIC
art Miami In Its sources-or In It*
Itlfl 1IK JANr.lllO: (NO- 4
handled by the American, llx- ..
The Holy Set has confirmedthe Untie atone cuttings and A..nq.RHtI' area. Both Father Gloekler and Father O'Meara ....rre, which U Jr.. Christ ... .irf ,
liturgical changes drawn carving ran he seen at the participated In the Florida day luncheon program M the HirlpUre* reveal Him

vp by the HruilUn HUnnp site of the International demonstration \ "ill'm* and complete held during the convention at the Hotel Diplomat to no."And. Miti;

providing for the use of Portuguese of Faith. Intorn\Attl.n), can b* obtained Hollywood.l Florida. sought for you find an ardent i !!

In part of th. M.... The climate' at the tlm of at any t jvel agency tletr. In eontemporarv Prot.

the at Its)Ikunlwy mist. congress pleasant will The lam Irish primate doxy euntfcm and and Anglicanism Eastern Onho to he ? controlled !Y

from the IN/svae t will
group r faithful to Him In exactly the Cf'rAT.ONZE
1= N accompanied by an e*. Dt'BI.IV (>O-Irish Catholic :
Mm way, h* std. caB
.perlence l multi lingual tour a nt jotneO their prayers in -I think we will all '... Orkm'
escort throughout their pilgrimage. a special lav of pfI foe
........ pr .5IP.... the succe-t uf the ranontaaUon the totMtttuUoa som.h kKMiter .
tfbr..1 Is ... SSatbi !I1t ran went on, "but
.,........,. yea, MtrM.eeWe The t..I.. ...... ... h,. t r + b cause of Hl>s.nl Oliver we will have th* feeling that far q.e..b. sf v+ Len
.. ,,, Hut Plunket martyred Irish Prt-
Pall wa
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oaf., lie. Mainirirent a..,IMand Acing an eninvntlv
1143. .4teeJ mite
Hunlinttsa .len. kle ae.eneMi thin only If we
lug, peeks |ar More than X) wM hy \
WidsjrsUBd It. only tf U rep
tram and 1 bus ts the Martyr'sshrine THESE AOV1RT1SERS

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