The Florida Catholic
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079916/00031
 Material Information
Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 31, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
notis - ADA7571
lccn - sn 83004577
issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00031
 Related Items
Preceded by: Southern Catholic
Preceded by: Voice (Miami, Fla.)

Full Text
'BRfI\\'f .J
O \
UO ,
fa\\ f 'Y1 JO 111SU3AINn

.... NYIflYlIflI1

11.eflortdIa Priesthood has f.biuTgif' /orr

C2rhi, 1 talents of our best youth

.."., .& vw ar wv. FLORAL CITY Th

of souls is the molt .wow. y
OT4. XXV No. 40 Orlando Florida Friday. July 31. 1961 lOt
exalted of ill profession g.

These words spoken by

Archbishop Joseph P. Hujr-

I Icy, served as the theme of
I Cathedral parish tops the annual seminarians' tier

treat day at Camp Good;

Counsel here. Sixty semi*

narians from the Diocese of

Restoration fund goalST. Archbishop's St. Augustine address heard flowing U -

Mass and then were
At'GUSn.'I-Jubilant: members of Cathedral to provide the site for the given the opportunity fo

parish in St. Augustine were told by their pastor this construction of a new rectory meet<< with him Individually

past Sunday that the present goal for the restoration of building In conferences during the I
In lat month.
the historical Cathedral had been exceeded. Pledges of
detail of the plan which afternoon hours. ___ __ I
$218,000, which surpass the original goal of $200,000 will mark. the *xh anniversary There' have been few -
have been received John P. Bums announcedthis honored at dinner .
of the city and the tar periods in the Christian era Irish Priests

week. signor{ Burns Md, that j21X)0( ) l.h. Monsignor Hums stated when the Priesthood of JrY
This Important task of beautlflcation of the pledges had come from that decades have gone Into Christ much In Irish Prints who have done John P McNulty, Father Robert Father Oinor McNamara. Father
of the Cathedral' non-Catholics. the long sad rtous thought IUI was so parish' work In the Diooeee I of St. Prendergsst and Father Owen Michael Devine, Father John P.

Interior and lu netting U one given to the work. demand as it is today;* Augustine this I summer were, Sweeney Standing front the left Maatcrson Father DavM Page Father .
01: the undertakings of 1U enperlallr thanked theyea Archbishop Burley said Scan Father Patrick
many Jo"athC'ratrick O'Brien, Father Hooncy
of the pariah who nerved The plane which have brrn lit cuntiniMHl honors<< recently' at a dinner given are
the Church for the Quadrtcentennial on the campaign drive. drawn for the renuvithm .,t ', by Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley.Attending Thomas Kennedy, Father Fclim Campbell, Father John Silke, Father
in St. Augustine Only (ud has the anewerto
the trnrrahlo Cathedral. will Die dinner were, seated, McGovern. Father Knda MtQ,r. Padriic Lnftufl. Father E.
all the of hueunexlstcnre
next year. The campaign committee U glue fitting beauty and dl|. icoMeros and the Priest b'Hla from the left Father John J. Ix-ni- mack, Father J ClUenan Father Moore, Father Denla Cost el lo.
In addition to the re.torathin > Burns .
still Monitlgnor
active '
ilrsI .
tomrrk )
BUjr "Alter 1':1U"III.: An* ban Monsignor John P. Rums, John Cbrkery. Father Brian MeQuskey
and renovation of the ", Id. "When all the returns t'birth' trrhhlnhop Ju...|..hP.
Cathedral, pledges will also of the drive Ir..abulatM.. Ihope Hurley. h.. Mid.Parishes b.H ea dor. Archbishop Hurley Monsignor Father Michael Noonan.

be used to help build manu that the final sun Mill The more we moderns penetrate -.---- --. -- -
menu at the MUslon of Nom exceed the present figure by throughout the Dioce the mysteries of nature
bre de Dios, Monsignor Burns another $7,000," he .. !e have been Invited to the more nreselng becomes many of nat r.'a secrete he I Insistent are the temntk ofa Diocesan pilgrims will
aid. The restoration and extensive make contribution toward our need to know the meats o titt'i\era.riirther. man's aoul. The threat ofIllnena I

Plans at the mlftsion call for renovation of the Cathedral the restoration of the Cathedral tog and purp<) e of nun The In hb aMre toe and the ifwetre of
a towering Illuminated Crow, is expected to begin the and the 4.00th annivct greatest j. tciit).t has no tripe "'. arIt1In''I,.is. Art'hN.h.yt ...-..h.' he islet, haunt all sit visit Far East Hawaii
a library-archive exhibition Utter part of the summer wry; building! program If he 11.1>?1 no faith lit reaearth It k,' pulntnl' l out' that thor u" \\e i heist l the HUM.wf the ,

hall and a votive church to be Buildings to the rear of the planned fc.T the Minion of : k-tU h .u l pe> ';tT.d11to -e c !r.vt. .h III! and i. mh i the I"I..tl.6Ie1.., to rea stiff writer
: '' ..re I.! r:<"i ih. m're' "ure. to comfort.r Ity a
erected on the historic site Cathedral! are now being razed Nombre de DiesDiocese de pair I\It matter:: hew 3 International'
or this I".. he etpUtne, NT. ( C-Aftrr: attending the

where Spanish rrlftiU and pi- -- _._ : T .e need men uf aria; men of Kuchartatlo: Congrras In mbay this fall, the diocesan
,, .
oneen founded Amerise'sfirst ... .
the internes, men who .produ' pilgrims have much to intrrrst! them further In the corn
and Indian m1.lolion
In pariah : e and men who ....v.. that pletion of their journey around the world. The pilgrims
The Cathedral pastor expressed .1l'_ m f/8' :) "tt 'Ef& \ 'the &Inevrapable ne l- th who will (leave New York on November' 17 plan to spend

sincere appreciationto 'tl!, iiJ t1Jt" deep growing need- U' Mill four days at the congress. In India, and then return toN
f_ of God men who cen
member of his and T ir men YnrW Loa An...
parish rw .UI a. v I agels "'
lead their fellows .Into the architecture and
to non-Catholics: who contributed December 17.Kftrwute '. Hiy of

to the reiteration program {K'; }: ';'; ..... ; ;. ." i !;,@ 4; ;ii.kJ t.. .. green L n p :
In the See city. Won- ; ;'! ,'t't. .. ''F ,4; ; otMtratlen f.f I'kUh In them the .ft.rn>on of Decsuv
... .., .. .,. .. .. ., ... ,. .,!. .. will drive 'It
... &. ,,\c." [ ,!' ,,;. >. :'./1 -' That" I U why she rrl..ih. & -M| IM the will > hit tea 4. the group'
." "i'.>;'fi\;; ; 'lJ' ,:";>\';';}:'t: ;,:;;','. ;./'. 'ili'':, ':',,:, I* the .......>l .! all rallloa Rome> Agra piltrlme, J.,.*... and New the Wat .... one of llangkok's
ewele. l anti
mmt l'''t* lYe ] <
Course set .. .- "" .,.. I'-'Ihl In nome the primp
T NJ (a'hullcl o\mg man from lb. tH..... will to met third' temples, With Its chn.,
ph:u4! $ ernhnrk IIle.n| a MH uu.r .al klreili. 4 llmklha. cov.re r 11w
b. An hhahwtp s..h
for CCDin icatlnn un..... he hoe. first Ivy., who ..11alii altMwttivgVatWan with |.M and' Its nv.ny.tiered
hlmMlf. pal
fA ttvple.
.... Ieuanrl S'.urnri U
: ..\1.., himself wlteirwr" toe has. I
Orlando pail Wen eslfcMl to the ..Nflafit1f'fltf"rtI.rJd. I.i.it1.. .w1W" MIU "'IQ1't tW.. the i will r_ll... asIh.
,tahan \of.r"al '.ItP |. Ik. \ll' .:l Jkla-
I'tt' ijIIII -r": ;:.;.t.ab r.'t'lawyerstartists err p'fetlll' NO""ltW ",.'.. tranMr .. ..*.;.* ,.,.... wHa tr.a.ere .tM
ORLANDO Catholics. 1. -- ------ .""' .k...... .. knllts' I. III. d.......an {J"" ...*.( .... the Wai ....joo....

la the Diocese who are Interested thanks Priests from Ireland all hate a more petted role, ,rlme will, Jnln with Ilea. par, e !..,,, nerd for he gMga.lt
In the work of the an ..en mute wtlnfylng role, semifrom'" all over the wiirklIn p..41.l14. 4_..

Confraternity of Christian The annual dinner for Irish summer non Monsignor John P Horns Norman. Father IJam Cuegrnve In the l>t..th"<.kl uf Jesus ....,.I..an uf our,. hart In The labf ttoremr I I.elwrvel I.
h JlurLt '. Won- Father Walter Cullen Father ('hne&. the An hbbhoi eM. he IMyOn EusPwrI.:
Doctrine will have an opportunity visitor was given recently' at Archbishop Joee(> P ) fur Ih* leisure l dIM
John P. Father James IMway. Father Sean Lyons, The rare of ...... U the ..... .". ,.
to attend CCD the Ponce de Leon Motor Lodge signer McNulty. |Mr" I a Itk..n. I.Ugrtnle tiC 'fI'
summer training institutes In St. Augustine. Priests of the Robert Prendergast, and.tJu.r Father Conor McNamara, FatherP. !*...* cashed. ..f all ptW.. ...........l .. ..rl.. I. l5.... slapping' and esphirmg lit

thekit Father Frank Mouch. 51.05. ksh ay .L.... ",-. 'tI .
In two areas in the Diocese. Diocene gathered to thank the Owen' Sweeney. Standing, from Coffey ".

Beginning next week on guests for their help la the parishes are Father Vivian Twohlg Father Father John Htlke. Father Thomas That !. why w. (I.,(.. the Tae tost ...at..... My .l ter 4 the giuuiswUI
Father Flaherty k.M .( ear rush I. .rlt In .... Mete. WeiHlkuk. hy. air
August 1 and continuing to of Florida. Seated, from the Thomas Kennedy will lake an early ... .,
that wkkk k '
r lr' IW Haug Feasts.
Can- James Larkin. Father Michael ItuMI'hM ride .r the .
Michael V.
August 15, courses taught left are Father !fulfill ik.le dl ... .
pepk .
IW.n w.. sent als*, tax ,... ...mln Al lour tin !.
by Mission Helpers of the d"tlay. Kln*se (........ W HansjkoaTfcey wi.e 7 ....... peati. .

Sacred Heart will be offeredfor Joins system In M oUwr __.. earns will He. l*. plrtaee He. g "-It Jrwket Club II'' ltt.

the Orlando and Sara.iota (wroun red !. e..ehN .... .... .. fS..geg ,..e,kiss .... J'*e) CMltwwel M 'the
areas. Irish Priest-educators thankedfor M'tai111Ntltt 111'1-Vet. .IUnw h.igM. of help Met. s.N. .. w ttwMISKl ..... W ..*llrWe IVak. TW Milrl..... %|llMul a.

These count are being kan IRjr Male to .. .| Jl M hltw ..... ..... A stop I.. ....... N IS.t Iqr. eaXe ear k* the 141')|

given In conjunction with a ........ MnUif l !is all agr.e> espies see a. ni .........., t elt.I 1e1...le tit IMwt el Ifce IVik fee iMrmr ntte
tnoreaa, wide plan for In. summer mission in Diocese .* ............. *. Ml N ......, the Wet Arvni. aH t* .*. new of Vtalwfia the MrU
tructk of the laity In alt lawn eaUhHrttSMSU M .....,.$ the AntMtep.tatLt the Impel ""' ''' situ l &UUmk
phases of CCU home, Khuot I Mae.M l....-.1.n.apaMrM t ate The |.4l and work ST. ArOtNTISt-Jriah: : Priest" -educators' who visit group briefly MI hell el (benuny .....111.. n.c..., rah v...... Itiy heed ....... and wit lest wf IM shy. ...l the *' the Tint. Helm pubce. AfIEitr '

the Diocese' of St. Augustine during the summer montb.WmI ....... to the IM..r>rKnmi ...... men..aml, rrllrJ I TM C"ea..a wilt k. tire.M' tt. Pie$ek C... >I"
Ik. tralalag .{ .\......ri dinner guests oo July 22 at the Ponce de Leon Maynmtliitrkeey ..... Patin Jot.. 100

.... ..e..d.rr ....... ie..b'vs Motor Lodge hert. Slime 40 Priests, Including 24' from ( who auto ...... as. years ago

,.....t ... ........... ...... Ireland, gathered together at the Invitation of Anhbtahop IK .......w,.

five hoard ........ ....... Joseph P. Hurley for the T"t- ,..

.... ....... ........... ef g...d annual event.M tlmi* foe,Irish Ute rrleeu weireme and f1 .eti..,.lath erwdag, wM A......lahasp. It"' charity told in new book I

will k.lper* ... ffeker*.
of Cathedral perWi .ta M Awgo .........,,. not rah tn UuarMmw ArrltlMttereRw.. *.1.1"M .
Two Sisters. who wilt e)me .. .we.le.'c staee
....... pttewtstel UkasAe eats .1. Ity a UM wrlUrOne 1'aMtn sitoMeu war. em.eared.
*.... serv il' ae .., bw to tfet 'w'IUMod ,
from their Mother haw in for the mM.lkekIg .... n* Mat SSSSSJBM ffkr.Mkf heeded l years age tfca' awtunr OM" .,.. great blot kwM. IN ike ......) artt ., M ...... "'t"." "
ftahlmnr Maryland, wta gluethe utee ae a wttteNf..spr..d ........ ., 'I
tM rhslIM
.... Ile ...... at .It
...... on' behalf H the tear a star/,. t4 cheesy, M the Ktotery fit American CalheeVeetrUk .H4O terrttoty ef w-..... toI
InsUUKes In each Inl... p'ts.a .... ''''la.1'
Fitter M. France and SMev Diocese. )I-.ICMf' Mm r ib lrt.kXatkMtel p.bMr. H..Iaprd.. I I IMM the |4f. at the iet0tu Ottf War prtetM camp at An* .. arm t......1 Ik.IIltrt1.Y I_ bet Mod anal rtsJt r..1wits.
...... able .. ... '
N i itYe..q
MCNuNy ntinxa.1 the gnuturte pie. e.png aeMIMrO .Ur. denwmrisV f> The In the ... .... .. .
CUmary will teach the OCUeUee e.- .... Ise ........,," IMuas tit "her., egU prUetpal flgTtMe steeywere war.A .
1st he Orlando area. of sit (. the IrWi" e.ur* IbeHop Auc. >.... VerU. War ar-.t.fee ./ FWVUami fM Man ire
IM ,...... .. she ...1 .. .. a well lr* i4. vnptltm ,.' NIe wa ...... .. II.w 4M. l
The Seraaata area an.UU'WIwiD Ian ant th skid there i.tth.Ir away "... P........ .#. .. 'II... t1..e M tr.rater 11+.hap '"f $'-."..... and fear I'rVets, |w* from )1r.,. ..h "....,. Iwk..l.. I' ep..t In.. .. aa le weN wee .
be glees by Sw.rt Mary tMereet in umisg ware paeMfire. I>U sad te trait (eeeotrgda. .- .tie Sari C IS.UMp4 51x04 HW mek..l. ay fII'r r. .
Bridget and Slater Marti*. dhtaer T*. VMwrutT atntsel .... eaea* ta>*ve. .Into tie
... t'mltp ItaUw as N was MISe1Nb .
TN Mesw .. Herseyslit.
ANM4bf ,. .. .10 wrw< W 4.pa d
Rt John Vunaey perish to raiset.tM ryenrVrgMKtrtwv M fInh t w. pe...s .. c. bMrrlk. .... Mir. etMt ....... KWMwee .**"L>P< 4
w Wlttrtr slaItraiar !PM" Ots eli .. ........ .. nv Issas,. L..rI ..
Orlando wit te the boat 4'.t uI arkw I atlege. '"H br letMe Owen .. > HMIII sass e1...g ... apnea ..Ar ..,._ IWBjshop ...... .... W'" 'I"
I5'. 1L'/ o.a .. .
f. "
perr sheeted *
Irlt, P. recfntxM wltA, spprette- r.*riveywho oMrea..d the tog e.a.1s w M r Ia... vies. ( ,...,.......'. eI.I.......sib 'Inst.e.e.n .
_.._ .__.. _. .. nr.... ... ty1W/rwi .4M aM ...-.t1r... faof ... .. ....... ,
---- --- -- -- -- ---- y.r.ar..er as"es Na dtr elett1r.t..la '" I ant t..tl..ya r.arvey t I. l
1 aria wtow ....# ..... .
Aeelll etr.tlwsrl.Ieg
a e .
1M "..., tar., 1 f.'........ tn4..a't tel. e 'SMW Isis. pp II
wl.s III fb.t Mtttt'r'I M ,... 4e.iaerlrrelax.
Ire era W r w iaelh1e4 ...- ....... ,.... wyMIwst

prat! r a .lr.g .I ...........r MM.earjr .
; ; _<. >..t. Mlle w...... .01
,;4 ,. n'.* ito !*.. TW Btowr M. /M..r.4 .4 lhe ..Q.e.Sep. .
4 .4-l wit ... rI..Y ,n...... .. ,......... .... tlrrr.tow

"w ..., 't> IM ........... TwIWI .

.....", NeMtea. .saebAi ... .
Jy T f 11.. to I" M Mi sef
., a.awtl p... prvYP -.. ffM b N.MI..Mtits
.. ..>.... I a. .- .. ,
7 WUlV -*, NSert eas.a Tor M.
PfII isms "t easier ......"
... ..-.... ,-...... ... ... IJMM drr,. "/ HiS |M.M
rul lne MHaygHI (l .
.ea. IMM ., r1.eM .... .iwa. ..
tartar ef
........... .., .... ........ Ilalf, MsM
.arlast rtasrt tea MIII y 1
yrs.., I fill ... rases. lira
stilt flp I
..... .
Li e. assltMi.lgn '
.,... .....
MMll.s.e n
.tog .... ......... .. 111... tSNMY .a,
rM ....'.-. r lea gp. slltar
trneettar' a5gate.
...'...Lr .el MIA. tlewa IIE Iltiwe
..,. ...., Ir era eetrr.c "
.... -
fund drive succeeds
Cathedral ....... .... '
%1wA. .. '
... J .. : r ,.." '" .
as ..s... ..-. MM '1\
fund drift fir tfee mono fVtveit foals this lrf are t' & dealt ...... ..,., ,
wA1 tM .er s.....a amww ..... -- discovers horrors
th of IS rstVdrsJ of It AaCvtstloe CUrfe: R t..... X L MHawsr V*+ ..' NI t>t..N al II ....w .......w ... pssltllslNleerr Verot 4'r

..osnfcg III a caoee. enataatUe oa.W.. eigMr Jk f Bora. Dr 8 JUfa>..4 r tsar .11'. isItwr .,. .. .......... '? at Andersonville *

seas an tacatrs tit tsai rceuiU. ass W. C. Dst ey. p..jII. M 1Mg. .. Lld..we.tlh. s.a a.ae* prison

c. eO- "


,. .


I Florida Catholic, Friday, July 31, 1964

Survey indicates nation's I. Holy., Name BannerALL I Will mark 500thanniversary of

; I
TT Christian men and

CCD directors optimistic share the obligation x famed theologian

r of paying honor to the Daniel A.

WASHINGTON (NC)-"The future it bright, partIcularly Name of Jesus. On us who 4 XaaghtoaH.S TRIER. Germany (XCAugustln ) -,
since our Catholic laity are becoming more aware are Holy Name men however Cardinal Bea S.;,

of their own place in the Priesthood of Christ," com- -- that obligation falls in president of the secretariate

mented a CCD director who participated in a new nation j a special way. We who are DiocesanPrenldtnt for promoting Christian unity,
wide specially dedicated to the will celebrate Maas In
survey on the work and future of the Confraternityof ; nearby
: Name less
Christian Doctrine In Holy are nothing rnkastel-Kues on August

this country. tin Doctrine I I. the official than""missionaries of rever 11 commemorating the 600th
ence. -< ,-- anniversary of the death of
Church for
I The survey of diocesan dl.rectors' organisation A missionary, I am told. Is mornings when many of the Cardinal Nicholas of Cuss
all *ho
teaching religion to
attitudes was conduct. "one who Is sent" Just he was
as guys slept through famous German theologian of
are not In Catholic schools.
ejj by Father Joseph O'Don- I Priest.missionaries, we Holy always up early and on his the 15th century.

oghue assistant pastor and director The major part of Its program / aiI Ntme men are sent by the way to Mass. There was some- Cardinal Bea will take part
of the parish CCD at Is giving religious Instruction ; Church. thing reverent about him, In the laying of a cornerstonefor
St James Church In suburban
to Catholic students and I would like to be that a Catholic research Injtl-
Mount Rainier Under the direction of oar
In public elementary and tmlPresent way, too." tute to study Anglican theol-
who teach stoat
Father O'Donoghue, actingIn secondary schools.Twothirds Priests men Father also told me that he ogy at the nearby St Mat..
their havloar and to
a private capacity, sent Impart
had the discouraging
thlas' Benedictine
of all CCD teachers abbey.
them the sacramental ,
questlonnarles last April to grace
of meeting a
all diocesan directors In the are lay people. chalice to new PriestThe we, for oar part, strive to non-.Cathollc experience who had been Archbishop Corrado Baffle,
The survey results showed bring tho e same men to a
country. apostolic nuncio In
turned against the Church by G.rm.a".w ,
The Confraternity o( Chrlw that 00 per cent of the directors parish organizations of St. Helinger, president of the St. John blab sense of reverence for the bad example of one of her celebrate on August 1 a

_ were optimistic about John Church in St Petersburg Beach llen'a Club; Mrs. Robert I* Yates, tl.flr' (Savour and for 1IU members. Despite Father's pontifical Mass I I. the parish.

New envoysCASTKUJAXDOM'O the future of the CCD program presented Father Jerome A. Carosella president of the St. John Ladies Auxiliary holy ? .lDe. warning not to Judge the church of K. I
half of, them although reported more that than Im with a chalice after he offered his first ; and Robert V. Rldenour, president We strive also to be Instruments Church by the least worthy of where CardinalIcholas ws.
: NC
( ) born In 1100.
-Pope Paul VI has receivedthe provement Is needed In the Mass in this Diocese last week. From of the St. John Holy Name Soci by which men are her members the non-Cath

credential of the new methods and rate of exchangeof the left, are Monsignor Patrick J. ety.Vatican brought to Cod In the first olic in question usually foundit ofa The present successor of
Ethiopian; minister to the techniques and Ideas relating TraInor; Father Carosella; James A. place. hard to offset Nicholas of Cuss In the episcopal
I was reminded recently of personal experience.
see of Brlxen
Holy See Marcos Agajyellew. to the CCD among dioceses. told -nowIIres.anone.
-- this responsibility of ours as "Rationally,
The Pope recalled that
"missionaries of reverence"when me, "people probably shouldnot
Ethiopia had played host In Allied what factors they AnniversaryVATICAN asks Degrees given I heard an experience allow themselves to be so Giuseppe Gargltter, will
May, 1903. to a meeting of believe have contributed to affected by individual example preach.
related to me by a Priest of Nicholas
the heads of African coun outstanding diocesan CCD CITY (JfC) of Cusa before becoming
it is fallacy to let
the Diocese who had worked *; a
tries. He described the Organization programs with which they On the 350th anniversary of help be given at Barry College among Catholic students atone the part stand for the hole. Bishop of Brlxen In

of African Unity that are familiar, the directors the death of St. Camillas of of our state universities. But the plain fact Is that they 1450 played a major role In
grew out of that meeting II listed four most often. They Lellls, Pope Paul VI sent a MIAMI-The largest number do. And we have to act ac the Council of Basle ((1433))
instrument which letter to the young people Father said that after he and as an envoy of Pope Eugene .
an can were a competent: and experienced superior general of masters degrees ever cordingly.
bring better understandingamong CCD director; the of the congregation the saint awarded at Harry College was had been at the universityfor : IV to Constantinople he
nations and peace "personal financial and au.thorltatlv. founded-the Ministers of Ml'MCH Germany (XC)- conferred during summer two years ne discovered It was the experience of worked for reunion with the
among peoples. ." support of the the Sick congratulating It Young people, today should be commencement exercises on a fascinating fact about his this Priest, ss I sir, that reminded Orthodox. He was created a

On July 20, Pope Paul re UUhop; "a 'serious beginning for Its efforts for the sick. given help to build families Thursday, July :30. converts-almost 1 unanimously me of the awenome Cardinal by Pope Nicholas V

celved the credentials of the made several yean ago;" and The superior general is Fa. against all the pressures that Among the 42 persons receiving they had given as ponlblllty that each one In 1143. As Bishop of Brlxen
new Argentine ambassador, ", continuously open and ther Charles Mansfield M.I, raise. difficulties for them the masters degrees presented their reason for beginning of as bears as s Holy Same" he worked for the reform of
J Holy See has told delegates structions In the Catholic the morals generally He died
Dellsarlo Moreno Hueyo. Imaginative approach. an American. by Monsignor William
from 26 nations to the meetIng Faith the good example of a man.We In Rome In If&&.
here of the Internationalunion Barry. PA.. pastor, St. Patrick Catholic friend! More often have chosen to be "mis

of family organizations.In parish Miami Beach and only than not It was a roommate sionaries of reverence." It Is
living cofounder of the liberal sometimes It was a classmate a sacred calling. It demands

Its message, the Vatican arts college were Sinter a fraternity brother a fellow constant perfection in our St. Petersburg
linked help to young couples Mary Clement S.S.J4 Cardinal member on an athletic team, personal example.
with "t hI! World-Wide straggle Mooney High School Sara. or a friend back home. The effects of our exampleon !
for freedom of the Individ- IOta, and Sister M. Hilda Rose other men may very well
11111. 8.NJ.M. Sacred Heart Academy Bat the Interesting point be la.tlnfor life, even for
Tampa. was that It was not argament. eternity. It Is something to

Julius Cardinal Poepfner Degrees were also presented or controversy that decided think hard on now, resolving! s ee41e
Archbishop of Munich and
tfr to Sinter Joan of Arc S.S.1., these converts on the course to make the Holy Name
Krelslng appearing before the barhelor of arts, and Sister they took bat the living example Pledge effective for all by -
convention, asserted that thejrHI..t /eU4J3o
Maria[ Assumpts SSJ., bachelor ef what it wesst to dally practice of Its prin
force fam
fr frr
of science be a Catholic."My .
ily life today was selfish In.
dividualism. roommate always ."\\'"\\,,,n\\",,,n,\\\\ 1 St. rVenburf

r .. Orlando bowed his head when he
The keynote speaker Cn.many'
now 4445 9th Sheer North
heard the of Jesus ,
_ family affairs minister Blahop Moore '"''\\\\" \\U\\,,,"""",
Dr. Bruno Heck said that spoken, and that started me
Family gathers at first Mass "never were the healing pow. James J. Mahoney, 1043 thinking about the genuineness

ers of the family more necessary graduate of Bishop Moore of a Catholic's devotionto J. Lee Island
The family of Father Jerome A. where the new Priest offered his Mass, than lOW," referring to High School will\ be among Jesus was one typical President J

CaroseUi, newly ordained for this Diocese are, from the left David Carosella, an the legree In which human (3 University' of Notre Dame commentAnother

gathered together after his return under Mr. and Mrs. Angela< Bunco, J iwrsonallty" Is Overwhelmed suphomoree York to sail from New young convert 1pX
from Rom to attend his first grandparents; Father Caronella; Mr. by modern Industrial society In on the August 8 to participate said "One of the fellows on
school's first foreign
the team
Man In Florida Pictured with Mon- Ludwig Carosella, father of the Priest; "The human characteristicsof study program at Innsbruck himself when always the absented BANK

signor Patrick J. TraInor, pastor of St. Mrs David Carosella, an aunt; and our entire modern way oflife Austria. He lives at became coarse or conversation vulgar.I AND UU COMPANY I OPtX to tl tAr NOONsr.

John pariah, St. Petersburg Beach, Monsignor TraInor. depends, for better or 4S34 lug Oak Lane in Orlando. noticed that on SundayEdotiard
the and .
worse, on vitality rtTKnsncno; sescaPa.
health of our families," Dr. ... rats At*. oil Blf*. 'Tarlf
St-ISt Tn. A..s l...r4 kr
Heck stated.Delegates .

Coming events to the union's
St Petersburg
JSth world meeting Includedthe
tale ...... M,". ....,. ....,.... ._le. _..Nye s.1 ,.... family life ministers of
f Ifcft. .-. ..-. ....- ..- .. -.... ..Nly..us Cameo Dining Room
: :::. .. Kpaln Austria and Luxem
bourg. The United States delegation .. e.rl.
I Enjoy AUTOMATIC l I CCD training course. Sara. Uodo, Mt. John .tagn.t 1 to of 30 Included a number r O .Nb
IaK..p.F'tlled'a I IOta St. Martha, August I to U. of parent teachers anno-

15. CC1> training course, Jack elation leaders, educators and ......1_. ('....... ...,.... Ck... ..<
DELIVERY CkUkM a!......
('CI) raining roars, Or- sonville. Christ the King, family service official\ .......... c.*..... ..* ..*.... *!..*..
"*" f August 17 to :31. o"J LIt KIMAX: ......
St."a.tlila.anrattf.JI4. line Calf BlvaVTresnare bad )81-Ce1
CCD training course, Cocoa
ALPINEThe Our Saviour, August 17 to 31. African president

Opening of school. In DIoreM -
/ r:. .. ,.. itA, The .1 new Hurting' Home of St Augustine September lauds missioners cAtL-.nyllln." FREE 24HOURAmbulance
r"uu' r fer the reset in Nwnin9 1. of dey or sight!

OLDEST end LARftfSTIN Heine" Cere. Cart party and benefit 1I.'K.U\, Itanomey (NT) Service
UT-4J7I The work of mlutonarlen, This community: service offers: Trained
MNELLAS J454 2ltt A e. South .how. October 21, UUhop ., I Attendants Oxygen Equipped AmboAnywhere -
Kenny auditorium Jackson their sacrifices and their
Lances *
Women's achievements In this country in City Without
yule\ Itleewtl' Trinity Obligation.
OulM, sporwor.JuUle were warmly praised her by 342-8821 I I _
Fowler & Payor Inc. celebrations, Oo YMktent 8 o u r o u MlganAp4lhy St f.+rbur7. > C. E. PREVATT MhMOUL

tohrr 329. St Joseph parish, of Vehum.,. Ao.JI; Ml .Sh Sf. Ne. HOME

General Insurance Talm flay The *re.tdat. spoke. si tic..sthr.s.sl.ut 'I

Annual' 1>*...,. AsreiwtonprUh > .t ..a.....' lat(.
Ill I NMh! Street North
Its-lilt St. ,
I .tWt
KMI 0.".., No*enter ..I It...... M.\1.\, .. flr lHrf !
r e e
31. < ( ef \tlU(...

PreeMent Ap4thy" polntftout
Cost Free Priosts released that hrt"fl.g rlvtlltstl\ !n
ck! )M not mean only otwri' "g Hi-Colcfurn lime
110 NX. UrrvMnjItunvsnU's c(1t'- up means of caenmunWatkm, '
CheckingAccounts rommuabi fuv scteMHlc MOM. .
randMg en pr'>tre -
eminent r.W.o t 10 Prtents .*. ftgM4ng"" itu.**e or even
Gr" from a C xxm n rawp ettlng up Mjmu4t. tic n; .. CRYSTAL RIVER QUARRIES INC,
In lUragsn in early' July uhart nHMng he tees dnne un: 1 Ion R f ,
\:2": Available of a general *........,. It hilt lnflieece souls K .!h 1tt ) CrytiiJ RWer. Rorkla 7952409MAKE

was reiwrteU hew hy the a view In tee ...., them d''.. .
German IVtatW new *,..- pttne an4 meting them ae' hu
THE NATIONAL BANKOF ty KNX The ag.eey wW of these rit-.a act. dull" a ,

ST. rtTERSIURG. FLORIDA that the Presto her e wH Tte 1leneli ......."' -,. 1
100 TYRONE ILVO. A .ik AVENUE NORTH t...x all.wwl to return IK rallied tot sad a.r.e f h.1, REAL MONEY

Me nb.* F.DJ.C their ptorl sty. Hi s4te .4 ''''e

GREATER WEST ST. PETERSIUR&-S LEADING LANK wytwrfte1 IKIII urnjertfce z Be A. Professional HairdresserIN

Holy Name Church MaatlAMld secret" salt NnattMy asnI4tNss ef nuihetUee. reel t First blessing IN LESS THAN A YEAR YOU CAN HAVE A HIGH

." the nte.e...sot ...."".! PAYING .101-0_ YOUR
JACKSON'SSHOES rather Jerome A. CarosvOa. ordained for the IEAUTY SALON

KINGFISHRESTAURANT Diners of St Augusta on December IS 1M3.grrw CANT MISS

his first Priestly Wsinr to his father
DANIEL T. VVlNTtl A CQ : scum

DON BARD ELlA ....,.t" SJ'.e1 l da Ltoiwtff J CamteBa in St Jhn Qiarth St IVtrrtburf STAFf TUCHJNS
IVaeh. rather
was ordaioe4la
401 R. d. Tk.etr.li4Si.
Ma.ef.er P....rbw9PS. RMM In the Qinrth of St IcaathM and r.. LATEST t.IUHOCS f r 1

441 Ce re) A's., UMJM ..., 141-0)11 tarried to octet his tint MAS* la this Dtoc e lit. 1

Golden Fried or Bolted Shrimp

Succulent Scallops y '.0. CI i ACTUAL Dl1S1t4GRIOrtAJa HAlL .

luscious lobsters "' '. J,.;
C ; \
: Craig ( t
JO\'. FAtOKITB ailfoon rtATTUlr f 1\\N Union ce.fret4: eW BrtnWer 10. .oU IoIIOI hON CALL $44.1212
.vw> oc-u' YYIPMi Trust ComponylHMk tn. Ot1It'tJTt

ftl""Hrn"rl'" .U ROIJA .. .. ....w. Ce.W.
\ \ I' c.1. V 0UJ/ {
CHICKEN AND STEAKS .... n. i3etiiiIJ (!JotO
1. .. ......
AT FAMOUS JOHNS PASS \ -- 917...... s Me ,.7..111. r 1.1 K louttrAjla !

P7tWAtlt' M.The .




The new apostles !S The Florida Catholic, FridayInly 31, 1961
,. .? _

I Mission-style vacation uplifts Meeting! set- -Mass -guide: I

for Sl'S'DU'. August 2
By Glenn D. Rlttler .4i Bishopsat 11th Sunday after! To '?.
during the years of religious! town
was so
Jearning was a nat. strife that poor. cost (Mass of Sumlj Clc
THE plagued the coun well-educated council
adults Apa!eo
rU Crest! Preface of Trlr
thing. In
every Cathollc try. The churches remainedfull could not provide the trained
heart there was the de- and there were two Catholic leadership It,.)
industrialists \',VTK'.\\ I ITM')
tire -
to become 'MONRXY August 3
an active par primary schools, up to would" want before mo'inlln.
Uclpant in the mission workof sixth grade. The three families Nail. an rjillo his ..lIm.OIlf1c..1lh.Jt (tires of previous Sunda;

the Cbur h. This was 1mplicll wondered why they were KerognUJiiir. the trills I.I la the right unuil meetIng Common ITeface)

In being a member of sent to a town that seemedto alsi, the people, took I....I'dt. of the IIfillmf'rIC'ln' TUBKDAY, August 4St.

the Mystical Body. The be doing all right as far as ate trM to "I.| .... their primary Ill,h.'IK' I'''utull will be held. I 110....... ()Ius of fe, .

George Gorciak family of LosAng.I. the Church was" concerned. K-howl) UrlllUeit. In tisane. during the third' new Gloria Common Prefu'e.)
Mi, or the ecumenical' coun.
were aware of all They soon found out. KDNKSIUY., August S
this and They also decided that ril whl-h begins September
they wondered" howto ,
IiMllratlon of Our Lfy
It was' a matter of Amrlrai Apaaeo muat bla high II
go about turning a wUh ,Class of t\
the Snow
Into a deed. tram.|>lrlt. of arontlng school and they set up a committee The broadcast .said It Is bellcrd -
They found their people to work, together to to find the ways and that the conclusions of Htessed. Virgin Man. Gria.
answer Preface of the DI*..t-
the Christian Family Mission make lhrm.rlvrs better than means. The committee the III.hotcclUlt"U'a pre-
they are. promptly reported that the Urirln.)
Vacations a lay apostolate er Mom meeting held during
with townspeople themselves werethe he ecumenical' 'II', THUK8DAY. AugwtTranaflfwrallnn e
headquarters In Rock. roum see-
At first
this did not seem of 0
and u I
ways means, and thework
will he
ford Illinois. mod' se-wton published
to be much of a spiritual effort MM of 'HI" ClOI''
becun. The Lord.
school will (
.hei" ,. the eighth meeting I is
Each year, ('F I.rrallard: but It turned out to be be finished this >erIn held 2nd Prayer of Sta. Slabs t

for Catholic families to speed precisely thatShowing the few weeks' the three The seventh. meeting dealt and his. companions, Crec

their vacation helping the the American families, spent In t 1 with" vocations In the Priest. Common Preface )

pastors of minion !a lb. wayThe Aposeo, they changed the history hunt! and change In the FRIDAY, August T

South bjr teaching ralrthUm.liking Gorclaks organized of the town simply by lUihop*' I'OlInl'ltul.,\ .". St. Cajetan. I Mass of a enfWMor "
(rrn ii.r., aiding la Apdseos first school board showing the people how much 1 I not a Hhihnp"' Glor2nd I
simmer tchooln. and FT A. Parents who preiously they could: do for themselves \aiban r..ln. > al I a n sitM Prayer of fit Donatu;

% had not particularlycared once they discovered how ..Hn<.nl that the tint mrrlIng Common Preface)
But Procession at first MassI
Gorclaks also found whether or not their much they should do. of the (if nrml nunrll for 1HI
sATUNIUY. August
that though the need for vol. children attended school This' stirring of goodneighborllness (.alln tmrrliM, sal MP lijr r<>|..
unteers was great there was began visiting the Priests now and U a dlntlrutmUwion Father Jerome A Car :::3 offered! to }Morki! to take uhi.( Priestly duties Peal l 11 \.umr..r: 1 grab John Mary. \Unne'

no rush to send them Into the Sisters and asking how they adI"vl'ftM'ni. The sixsces his flirt Mass in this Dioc : last week in this Diocese Ihctuiod In proofstonare << Mill he held. ilmlnc. the remrnhal (Maw of a conf.w..r nut
)< Gi l Jrnl
tal Mrla, fray
field. A proper formation wasnecessary could help nuke the school of the three California at SL John Church in St PetersburjrReach. from the left Father Terrell'. .) rtmnill. hint .r.. of >Mu.p. C:>rUcus. I..irgi'l.

and the Gorclaks conditions better families can I* emulated by Father CartwelU was: ordained Solana Father C ro<<-lIa. n.lroor ah>*. and Rnuragilus_ Comm '

there spent was a year a chance at It. Told that that Ralph Onthero noticed that an American family. willingto on December 18 10C3 In the Churchof Patrick J. Tralnor, pastor of St. John Th general council Is mart Prefer,)

might be sent to Mexico they they the girls' school could du w" Ith vacation do as In much-spend their SL Ignatius in Rome ai J has come parish, and Father Anton IVchering. up of r pre-wa'ivee of th! "t':VUVY, August the
some repairs He borrowedsome mission servo
used the year of study to learn tools, then went to Ice of the Church _. -- .- latin American nuhois. at 12 Sunday' after p ntec '
some Spanish. This time last lumber a |garllNe.l| by their council. and 1 ( Mas* of I'll n,IllY, Glorl,

year they finally went to wood. When yard he to buy some '-- "' Columbus r....ienUHv.s of nr..inUa (''''''''' Preface of Trinity.)
explained to 1'"
work. '' Requiem Mass lusts aid up hy nHliwu! "MUhIDS' '
the yard owner what" he Intended IH. t.\'.\ ln \C'-A
g '; Mi| > ,
conferwnroil 'In men 1 l.ati
to do with the : ( ter: c lumh bum.
Off to MexicoThey wood. 'hrtstoi M ST. AUGUSTINE
offered f for iintrl l If i help the ihur I
the man donated the lumber ,.... rll drill n:eil' to the preverva UUnmertm.
were assigned to and then volunteered to help } .It lion of hut 'l :< al |places I nut. n .
Thto chat It I
rt: Hi .present
Apa eo el Grande, village\ with the work. Sistor Madolova netted" with the dt.>iv re
tieUH! CaruMU. Nh'in, tini
150 miles north of Mexico The same thing happened was foun..l.d .t a meeting at '
.. .. .
tarry i >r me and .lulv I'SpPftul ,
City with a population of when the time came to paint toll Habtd t'an.n IMMIiery
\t1TltIIt1NF: 111'1-Re-
: ,
: saM, the general t>iim' II
lonno Accompanying themwere the repairs. Learning how 'i lliKh Meal for StaterMaiteleva. here, .Mp urH<< l r way established. to cw.r.tlnet.-\
two other Los Angelesfamilies the spray and paint were to It Inm.moriadae
educator, prlvtte ftnanrlng hot* the work Whit tfcme ,in I .nAmerica I .
the Ralph Ontlveros be used, a merchant donated F- w acid fur Cnhunlms 'In ,the ,, .
MM* a .
yeah hp au eh.t u.g 'ig I ilauiana.
and the Ramon Flores" and both and I
The / a tr 1.tlfUtfJ\ un the Alw.a" + harbor rHlos. and aptoft anmerlran .
they were all In for surprises. same willingness to pitch In ami (athnHe tat.lladualn -.\ Iloi' .." at l. Ma

Apaseo, unlike moot Mexl- appeared wherever there was was" ulfvrwl here tni hk.. Rejects divorcetlK.Mll.l.t

can communities had remained work to be done -at the r'.e I'.n-h i of Our l4y ..4
steadfast In the Faith churches the rectories the .
'.) on IM campus ul K Kinsman of saint '' ("') TheHrMlUan
cement,. the brothers' home. .
t \ <:bI1.Ie. congress In a ,..."I
Daytona BeachPRINTING Where had thl rommnnlif r hop law A Purser of ...,'II' U.1,1 t..ert.>l ...*.... on |w..(MM*I Budgeting

\\ ...8uullt HMl nl iusuve Immln W/, .
spirit her. before the .Imrrl- 1' itMMtitUtlot clMitftot |1..1ect
-r.1 1 the Mass III furMartekva. a K. in.n ..f St. There** o' ..
ran arched cm July I motion" In male Its\ MSlegal
'. Ihe M4 Jrau" who sad t" .
hMeet Low
fur 1I""lh. IK The Ut. Our CoirChocling
It had been steed I I--, v... m. with' heiuml ,
there, but latently
., .
(I f""r.ht40nt l of two Catholic % I* I" tale t the itncn t tmentwn
and It needed only a Rt e'te.t l at KUulH .bag ., Plan
Utfw Press ash Off*st c I"ce< liirtufllni Mary t .1 ti. 1 lI 1 p.I.rvmlI'
nudge of the American attl .....1 to!. .
r t.lLih..1 l II huoks. rerelvH I..llll..f"e f 1 I"'h.< srI
Cudim++ K hinting Cs.a. tude of 'Let work togetherand seven honorary degrees and The tvi'.Inner. who, 'w.' i 1IIh I gwr t'. I I' was: t linedwn a a a Yea sin ,..* an. asevrata
lr.tap, get the job done to com honors MlA.. ,In hU nit age. w.- .. *.
cores of other awl i. |boas. 1) ef .551 i M
Cl %.42$4 n. Magndar alive. Once alive, It would live lMttire throughout the Unit burt'" I the M14aatn1 der ate t n..,,, .f!.fIf /pond"

forever ed 8...t... I Itequbm Vasa r.1b rsl..l, leg a a4 r..Hy ,..p t.
A visual aid by ArrhUthop J C1Io.,1I( I II
1ft"" ...> Quiet revolution has .( (Ik. l>e.. kiM.a Ml.. vanuha V. .r. ..f llulmgs. ywf "d.t a a with .\.ws7ep4
c.M.LLOYD seer .! hn Uw', male >(.<(.< I
The \lsual aLl for cstecbctkaJ lesson In the
Proof of thUrWas in&.t evW a A.dl"t
lava far year f..i->.'"..l Ik. 'Y'
COX dent 1ft terms of education. north Georgia mountaJn country Is a |*t, six .atoll, ......1 .... ....,........

Office SupptTti! Last Tear, only IS of Apaseo's foot bullsnake, held by Father Frank Ruff a Mj.darda that 1........,...' Purr

CL M47J teenagers went higher than missloner, to illustrate an account of the temptation ha.. beruM ....1. for Axefl. ST. AUGUSTINE
the sixth grade, In schools In of Adam and .: Father Ruff found the ; THOMPSON
|III| Nerth lath Sfrst'" Y. ran 11&1.' '* feaersllr, fly
a town ten miles Since
away snake a handy catechetical tool and the children NATIONAL BANK
Apaten' was mostly a farm f>tsler M.<.. .... 77 ftletJul : BAILEYSt.
seemed interested
I community, with just one ,' r. si S a m. 'In New. rncj 1.1Senf."

Italian and American Feed factory, there did not seem to ..ni IUpM Ho p4UL notion .. AaeiEse; VA .1611

he any reason for more education. f ,I.. mf surgery July It 1 c..h.J..1 rt.u
e Open I P.M1111I P.M. *, had entered the hos4UIf I

I linquetSAN F.Clkti.. Rut this the Ante!h" j a ihe<'kusih .
pointed out was why :**. ) It WM a co
e Closed Mondays" f r I years.... X7 of them a( CATHOLICS OF FLORIDA

Wtlcom TrtvtUrsFurniture b :.r Mnr s ( oll'.*.. here fromM

Mar, of the Ua.alrh Cotter a
RESTAURANT Pen and rat>. Sp.clelf.sR.ttra
'M wen lAb lily Utah, feat
1290 SO. RJDGEWOOD wrr4lghf Ire*
AlvntinvnlIrg4war J' M D i..nOfficial BUDGET HOSPITAL
CL 2-1357 : I I-or need Ie.d.KAY'S .: dios

1' l\tK''T' lily "...

(e f. ,,n., erreUfr ftf lire QH,

ENLARGED 1 REDECORATED >, ,J "I( II...... A.......... ,.,
AUCAITE .s4 i FULL COURSE DINNERS 4 the I UMl U4M aril t....... P f f? INDIVIDUAL *} OR fAM\Uf3\ ,

HOMEMADE PASTRIES FREE PARKING f',ni )lug! to 147, pad MJulr

elf lhe arieMt.l eIftrwft .., /h.aa.ialkM. 50 Awtlt bra toil a1 I,.. it $205 {per montft,dtrpenIg upotlat.

Its Mr Knelfl tea .. ,.Me Protp4aled- lot any coue.d ICkMI\C II -'
71.:1 J. Trs4.i'sDayiona w.wgtal ..... of .... |.Mk .

Moving & Sforagt Co. Try this kitchen treat ll.551m. H'' 't I Rnfrea.fro. .
S la'N W> LA l Nt... $1 0 0 A Wt C R fa a CM It tew It f) 30 P** W\ dot 4N11"t t *OO*

Agents ALLIED VAN U.VES INC. 'T1,", m.. ,.t! '.1".1 l .., I e ..AI itnnk s rant .....f a Knl.ti< ,./ % tins'ybyN.Pius N'. 14 hapdal,te4lay. any co-w.td Kcld."t Of .ftfll.

MTTOXA TiKD IbtCtt.ln for a aum..r ..,..r In ||M m.-.r XII ItsGREGG'S -
fl' ... c..u-n. J.IW Ne I.. Htta.-hR t-Ulf
tart I'wSII:r la In serve MM >a I ptl, :sit I f.Ie .entry? A WI C K to. (91 It.>* M 13 00 P f fx ntftd.p.Minguffon, '
chews nn a fmetll or pal.r. 61101 I./h! -.!. fit KtMtrri awe $15 0
.."' 14 MchH4 te4 Uae'd Mcld.fItC of 14c.'tt.
FOURTH GENERATION JCWEUJtS -SINCI III-I Il.fr.hrrnenu si4M iodised W.II. .1 J "-14. urb.u
tasty s........., a .h S ..,-I"IIL Ian. ,..... *.I.........It Ilpo,rape Pt.........

Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons ,t.ody ear Msd .wlrll aid CMOOIf YOU OWN DOCTOR' r..Iww'e.4. ...."" ........ .. .___
t'n.. "..... e p sasses "... 1__ .......... Irrbvat wa vet. N art w e. ..... ....... ...,..... /'s I) -Iw'
..,..... Je..:.s
CL 2.2SJ2 >Wa: .. G... 54c:.4f 122 N. l*.*l. St. ease alatMlsSre tlw a .*.. tflCCr ANY UMfUUY 1e.4 Iw ......... mMrata.ati eaisl .....
rak.Je asisl a I.. 1= opt RATIO HOSPITAL, ... ..., .......< ... tN..,Ml fH .frf. M
.-' le Ie/fl cans's J r IN .... Mree a1 II Its aMM w. M 4 b..cte
1 f'1
a ./. tf _- riiin'inr APPLICATION AOItM /K/eh1M. .... ,.......... ...lpshlee.s!
CLUB 92 SKYLINE ...-. trY .rAr 1IIIirUIIIII.I" >..... la BV '-i if .. 1... a twea "..-.. salsa.. .M -. t>.>. n ,ws d1(. .. e.1ee a ....., m MMl ...... Nrsnaals
t '.wN' aatl51+ 111 I .... ..... -. roar .*./-*... at smfTPt ,e1a. .. ...*.. w -- tl ... ...,... Me a. -we seen a... v5saal.514
p_ rrws..ra a uuH. .. r aarr.m ........, a *.Wwa iC .... C las.arore1 Mar ..N'wrr M MteS.s
RESTAURANTSLobster t.fl..1.. flav.r.al. m.f' .........,. U.. b4.J Ldee4.a.H.ep.o. ::... .....*. Si ..* 'e.e.nM II ..$ .N Jt .-..at.e a.e. Iki
Attars SJMJ It.. ....., 31555 Maeb PAYS ''N ADDITION TO... '.......... aster S..+.r S MM It lie MS*'
Frog Leg Shrimp ..P.V sA .by -.....- I pees .......... ...... M try ..a h.st if cIIIIt 'Mw ..... |.. HvMS .*...., .....'
*#. fill ter5.elwe Slti ... a M M ........ her "';: e::...'%lal -
g are aides
YOU $3.25
ALL r. s> of afloat M a egtlart d HOME OF FLOWERS a.. ..S. rw,1 Mra..4 e.e w ._ se ... war a'we **.aw its .. trrI
Steaks Italian Food Sea Foods ...... w n/ItMf I w.lilt ..... harms. eW ..tees ...er.tor. IINc rtrna MI'....t ... w fI Iwo esr
.....1Ir M ...... sOD Iss.M l.t.n!. 0.15 0.-- Fl.a"" .. stairs ttI /rre.lr .... ....'a .-...." .."nrp.
W 4 t5a0. 11wetAss. .s c. r..+ 4MM IPw '5: mimes .. .... .... I.M *' .
CLUB 92 U.S. 92 SKYLINE U.s. 1 fill sic WEDDINGS+ A SPECIALTY ....t .*M. ** *.**."* *.***fjy. bps sale M
c. .r. ....n. rar.eatr.maters( ..........
0....... ........! -.n., SSIJ M AMpet--.re. ..,na taw .... ... ... /IAen. HI S*** Fb c1. Arr... MV U"GAJNESV1LU'S tatSPt.1. ..11. .1 M ....., rl* M MS* rN r.M Math best t ......s alawurrlM.e
*.* mia\ rrrwrr a prsnr tlawtp elf ..... N .e a e r..atl.y .

..11 ....--t FIdt. ...a tlilw
rr ........... Y.w Iil5. .-.
s w d MOl H ae wa4 W a. ,
DAYTONAFURNITURE ::: ;;: sal ne5rl ... Itreer5s awa FINEST HOME VALUES _. . . ..
c t ...... ..... -- rocgt: NO OOU. .AY M -- -

...**, ...4tj4>f f.-. C.TIJOI.rCSSOCI.TI(). OP FOIL FSTIilL8

1 wow -.- .,...,., aUlMdeae/M c..N 0... /wsanlll

t I w......-.... .w .... M r i ftI 0511 ...... .. Post kai 4 t1, ftA

I BM-.* ftaMk* r.* a* Pw_ rtalr ... f............... .......w C..waf /C 7/J I
awes ..... .... rweats.
cZ SHOWROOMS .. HUGH EDWARDS, INC. 11gw, a4(.. .-

1NM. nllln 1.1&fJU.&C irrrn. TWO al Aaa...
Robtrf L Pot. <
OfOff n AM IR1slidrc 'nun' P'.UII AID IC1III'L (ref "'1"te. t'1ff
sae u trt1taN >. JL. .** A
y' 'a. A Sfc* saes
Shnes a -*. T.*M.t t ) rn-fIUf!' I"a -.....



Everybody asksChristianity 100 years agoNew

Catholic CommentSpiritual .' "

eiribjajpeshurpanity book- recalls. Bishop Verot

(C..tl.... ,... ,.<. 1) delicacy shame, morality, or number of Protestants and
deafness can be cured and April 1805, no lens than anything .!;;.. non-belUvers had the good
50,000 federal soldiers were "I would frequently laY fortune of conversion to our

Catholic who takes time to fig- in a book hears nothing that a companion HOWEVER you may.try ,to incarcerated Inside the nar. to creep on my hands and holy religion and receded

THE out what makes him mediocreIn says to him. We may becomeso away the fact l row confined of this open knees Into the holes that the Baptism.
remains that everything in pen 3.1,000 at one time during men had burrowed into the
involved in the business '
the practice of his religion comes of the Christianity can be found In July of 1864. ground and stretch myself out ThU wan n new kind of
to realize that among other things he world in the pursuit of material selfish paganism. Christianity is just alongside of them to hear ihlnhtrys we had to hear the
may be spiritually deaf. Everyoneseems alms that the voice of God can one mort religion. Frank J. The horror of Ih plate Is their confessions." contentions; of the nick as they
the not the hard shell of inattention. r summed up In the grim ata- lay en the ground In the mid.
to understand that non- penetrate People who talk like this Shred / BUhop Verot himself wentto
Italics of death between June die .
) crowd but
of the
believer iu spiritually blind. But not Or we may be deaf simply because have been deceived them Andersonvllle on July 18. the ; Int.mlntnc
1 and October SI, ISM, a total of death did not
of noise. In crowded selves by listing elements of Father Peter Dufau his vicar-
many are aware that those who believe a room we of 10,17 prisoner died from leave time for human niceties.
may be seriously handicapped in their hear so much we can hear nothing distinctly. similarity, without lookingat disease or malnutrition; %,D89 general accompanied him. A
efforts to lead a good life in the affliction ( the totality. Looked at thus, died nnler: the broiling ana marginal not In Father Clay "What most revolted our
Christianity U unique among reul's diary recorded their human nature during the
of August alone.
Even is
of deafness.It working
person religion, rather in the sense the Christian doctrine of the arrival under the date July exercise: of this ministry was
is true that many of us act as if toward the goal of heaven can let himself that man Is unique among Blessed Trinity. Bishop Verot learned of the 19: the horrible stench that tote

we do not hear. This or that teachingof become so involved in the affairsof animals. horrors at Andertonvllle from from this vast agglomerationof

the Church may be very plainly and earth that he becomes hopelessly Elements of the human The ChiUtlan teaching. a Jacksonville, Florida, Priest "It Man about that time that men packed together so

forcibly directed to us, but for all the caught up in the bedlam. There is a body and Indeed of the hu. pan man la. the solitary exception Father William\ 1. Hamilton Bishop Verot limited th *. closely. It truly took a superhuman .
to one universal tendrnry stockade accompanied by Father
reaction it stirs in us, one might guess deafening noise attached to worldli- man psyche, could be listedas Father Hamilton had been effort to cross the thin
namely Dufan. remainedtwo
found In nlma''". But animal -the tendency, pastor of ,the Church of the They stream of water that
that we had not heard at all. Warnings ness; a frightful din accompanies the of pasted
all the sam art only I to write off some .part Immaculate Conception in days, ministering daring the middle
through of
from the Gospels sharp pertinent indulgence of the passions; peace and rough sketches of the bodyof reality .. ,ill union. Jacksonville until March 20. that time to the uplrltnal camp and served as the the
words of Our Lord if quiet are unknown when selfishnessis want of the dying prisoners, receptacle
as practical as man. and not even rough We have the theo.ophl5t 1863 when Ms church and of all the filth.
lie were speaking directly to us, slip given a free reign. sketches of the spirit. You and the Buddhist'holding that rectory were looted and ctnfrusing! and anointing. "Th majority of those Un.

by the soul unnoticed and unheeded.It Deafness can be cured thanks to can check this any time you only the absolute .is real, all burned to the ground by Verot was appalled at what happy creatures were without .

is easy to forget that God speaksto God's grace. But first we must recognize take your eye off the list of else Including man's own Union troops. Since that date h* saw. Writing to Franc clothes; many were entirely -

us in His own way by the stimulus the possibility that we may be similarities, and look at men self U illusion. We have all h* had been stationed tempo. the next year he describedthe nude; It was a hideous
and animals.' those religions and semi.religions rarily by Bishop Verot at seen in vivid and moving Yet it
and urging of grace. There may comea missing much and need aid to hear. was useless to
%Macon Georgia. In language
May of
clear call; as it were to give up this Often the person who is going deaf Christianity l. what all the for which only either spirit 1864 Father Hamilton stum- : object. The Southern govern.
to break with that sin to docs not believe it We must face the ti real-with matter Bishop ment could not clothe its own
attachment religions and all the mythologies not there at all but only seem bled on the prison camp at sees men soldiers so how could It have

become more generous, more forgiving. fact that at least to some degree God's were tumbling aften It Int to be, or else there but of Andersonvllle. Th prisoners were pennedup clothed its prlsonerdAdministers
The promptings of the Holy Ghost may words and inspirations are not getting Is the answer to all their an Inferior grade of reality inside an improvised en-

be loud and unmistakable. Even so, through to us. Secondly we must prayto qypitloni and all their ..ed.. whose only function Is to van. Visits, prisonCaptain : closure formed by trunks of rites"The

the soul that Is losing its hearing may hear better. In the Gospel we are they plus a had great never mans even of reality ron- ish. And against them are all Henry Wits, prison trees sunk vertically into the number of those who

miss them completely. told of Christ's cure of the deaf and relied need those, from the Greek materialists commandant, provided the ground. At Various points died was dreadful Within
a* or question.
Why do we become deaf spiritually 7 dumb man. It is of greater importanceto to Karl Marx and on Priest with a pass and personally along the top of this barrier the space of about two hours
A man of genius -of In- into our own day for whom escorted him to the about five and a half yards and without
Perhaps it is because of lack of atten Our Lord to cure us of spiritual my advancingmore
tight, sympathy, and selective matter is the sole reality with entrance of the stockade. Fa. high were guard posts. The than
twenty paces Into
tion. For instance a person absorbed than of physical atnlctlon.I .
brain secreting thoughtas prisoners more than
"the thirty.
power -seeking among the ther Hamilton looked aroundfor the (enclosure I personally
religions of the world might the stomach secrets bile"Christianity three or four hours then thousand of them were confessed and anointed nine

Sacred Scripture have built for himself some alone refusesto left. "The following week" he packed together pelt mell. dying men. and I stopped
dark notion of what the true write off any piece of human recounted later "I went and "Inside this bizarre prison only at the most urgent cases

religion would be like. I do experience ai illusion. spent three days there among they had to spend the hottest "I have to thank 1)IttneProtldence

not mean that such a man The absolute Is real, but the the prisoners, and then returned months of the year, June to for having
I Divine promises inspire psalmist could construct Christianity contingent Is real too: it Is not and wrote a report on September without any kind the lives of the ml pie.served .

In advance; but only that, if something that the absolute the condition of the hospital of shelter to shade them from alonarlea who devoted them-

destruction of Jerusa God had given HU word ever he did com to see Chris merely thinks but thinks into and stockade to my Bishop the tropical aun. Some of selves to that harsh apoctulate. -

TUB In UBCwaa that the line of David would tlanlty he might cry aloud existence. (Verot). 11ord.r that he these unfortunates sought .

major catastrophe in more endure forever Could It be "That Is It." And he could Man Is real., till la real., might send the requUlt number shelter by hanging their rags "One of them (Father Clav.

th.the ordinary nl'. Father r poMlbU that H* would go proceed from element to element nutter U real, spirit U real. of Priests to visit the on the end of a stick. Lucky reul) did become sick there.

There was the humiliation) of back on Ills word? This would In Christianity saying prisoners there ." were those who had a The prisoners were extremely
John 7. this element other of We the body a glory wretched covering!
defeat the unspeakable hardship shake the faith of even the one or give Bishop Verot dispatchedtwo affected to see these two
of deportation the hopelessness CastelotAnd 1rr mOAt faithful.In them had, this so many of the materialist never dreams Priests to the prison Father Th diet was no better Priests remaining constantlywith
them nearly bad, this I now <>f, for !it will rise again Into Henry Clavreul, pastorof than the accommodations: the them and they often
of exile in a fonln.pl.n
land. palm M w* have th. see how they managed to life without end; and w* give Fernandlna, Florida (who dally ration consisted of a little asked why no Protestant ministers
re pon.. of on* of those faithful miss. but this and this and the spirit a glory that the had been brought by Verot to corn bread, where the came."
Cut the spiritual sufferings and the responsee on* this was never In their mindat \arlous spiritualisms never Savannah after Ftrnandlnawis bran was mixed with the The Incredible tory of BUh

wtr even worse Had God of supreme confidence. all dream of, for It too Is to continue captured by Union troopsIn flour and several ounces of op Verot and his Priests at
abandoned His people? Whatof for rrntarle and has with all its energies March 1802)) and Father salt pork. But nine most of Andcrftomllle H
the glowing promises mad been faithful to JIlt word. Such confidence li ..Uh.* The Church la the anloa of their the suffered told h.r.onl1' .
functioning at highest Peter Whelsn of the Cathedral prisoners from in
part. full
remarkable in the lightof men with Cod la [br"1.w. ac
to the patriarchs of old? more
Th line of David had continued the actual historical situation. Th uniqueness of Christ Is of St. John the BaptUtat scurvy which affected their count as prevented In Rebel
hive here four elements hardly worth emphasizing noon Savannah. teeth, they were not able to
Above all what *f the dl in unbroken succession That situation was all Bishop reproduces what may
vln* irinrrt given to th* In spite of civil w.r. Internal but hopeless but faith engenders -God, men, Christ, seriously suggests an Father Whelm arrived at take even this poor food. bt regarded u one of the

royal hon** of David that It strife, corruption external hop, and the p almUt union. Each of them is equal among men. For that the prison on June It arid r.. "Ye ran easily Imagine the great chapters in the historyof
would coat Ian* U power for tntlrf.rlnuIn spits was a man of deep faith. unique, and the combination they can only search among roamed until the first of Oc plaints and the murmuring the American Church.
ever? of Just about everything. The 1s so utterly so that one marvels the myths-Krishna, Dionyaua tuber Father Calvreul cam of ih o.. poor .",11.. bat
believed with all his
;young king Joaehln had been .l the ()bII.ne.hI.." Ullhra, on July 13 and stayed to August there wasn't n thing that Story forgoffen ,
could .
heart that God not *>
I wilt raise. un tor you descendants into exile In 6M and po can mitt it. when h taken \
dragged 20 was could be >
Hot Christ l d real, not a about It.
slbly be untrue to Ills word "As long after the event at
after you, the Cod Is Existence Itself and
like end sick .
now !It looked l the and with continued vomiting
and so h* was sure that no a personality givento Th 1908 when Father Clavreul \
offspring of your body His uncle Sedeclat the last the sol source of existence to and returned on September Confederates main
longing of the heart
and I will make firm his. matter how dark the picture. oran tamed that was spending the evening of
king of Jerusalem had fallen. all things whatsoever; He Is 24 to stay until October 6. they give: the
iBialtlon .
f the mind.
God would set everything his life as pastor of St. Joseph >
kingship.I lie had been captured and life and the We of all living; Mm to the prisoners
Uralght. In His own tun He ls Towrd.Ih", And the that they gar to their Church In Mandarin.
will be a father to him, taken to N'abuchodosor'i field good. Union of men with Assigns chaplains own
and h* a son to me; headquarters Rlblah. There and In HU own way truths men were moving, but God In Christ U without parallel soldiers; and It U certainly Florida, a correspondent In
Th favors of the LARD I towards God Love there Resides Father true that, owing to the block. the North wrote him:
If h* acts wickedly I will h* had to witness the slaughter as -not only as It reachesIts Hamilton
chastise him of all his eons and Immediately will sing forever; throughall was scarcely the beginning of consummation In the Beatific Father Whelart and Father .de, they could not get any "I have sees grown men
generations my mouth stirring and towards Uod VUlon but Clavreul 'horn Bishop Vent wheat bread. Nothing of
But tov.nanUove shall thereafter his eyes a ; in the special cam weeping at the mention of
not my b* taken from him were gouged out. II* wee shall proclaim your faithfulness as Trinity not even a be way In which Christ lives maintained at Anderaonvlll the propositions to exchange lose name Can yon ant give
((2)). ginning. in us and w in Him at his own two other prisoners; this state of
hereupon things
si I took It from hit predecessor still alive, true, is was Jo expense them the .happiness of gra-|-
achln. but the prospects of Thes art the opening One remembers Aristotle's earth: to say nothing of Priests served at the prison continued for several months.. lag your hand before they

; any effective continuance of words of s long and very Important phrase that It would be ridiculous the food for that life the for short periods Father Deaths mount"As pass ''''JT"
Your nous* and your kin, the royal I line were dismal palm. Iieraus of Its to talk of loving Zeus; Pleased Eucharist, in which John r. Kirby, assistant pastor
hip shall endure forever indeed. length and Importance, w.* and any pagan anywhere w* see what all the blood sacrifices of St Patrick's, Augusta the steknesMi mounted A Union! general MM (tn

before rn*, :your throne U This, then, was" the problem shall have to continue our "would have dismissed as and eatings of the god Georgia (another of BishopVerot's an followed appalling: mortality quickIf 1911, Thes noble men tf
set firm forever ((2 Sam. which tortured the soulsof consideration of It In nut meaningless 8t John's word were reaching out towards.No Priests) and Father Men became accustomed God who braved disease and

?,11, It 19)). the ..U... week's column. "God .ls Love." As to the Trinity other religion\ at one Anselra Uaannaa SJ. from to heaping one on death in their holy calling

._. when anyone says it grew glorifies life and make love Spring Hill College Mobil. top of another victims condemned will never be forgotten"
out of some pagan triad of the key Either would make .Alabama to a death u horrible Hut forgotten they were
QuestIon box god, I have invariably found; Christianity unique. And it as It wu premature Informedof eventually Father Cannon
Three of the Priests FatherHamilton. what
was happening I sent conclude
him quit Incapable of stating has both. :
I Father ('alvralsad two Priests to AndenonvUl. Under the spreading

Father MThelan left 4. and I felt obliged to go there weight of war histories concerned
Will of Father stresses prayerQ. Washington Utttr .acrlptlona. the I'rt..o whkk myself on two different oc with the more speoUcuLar

Father Casts nn .ver4 lathe casions."Thes. aide of public slaughter
read where *>.t Alphon- says to me Lord Lord' shall ejaculations, and a checkingup course .f research fur hi. two Priests (Father enamored of battles, and

ana Mid that h* wh* pray enter the kingdom of heaven; on yourself each evening. Reviews availability of book.One. WhcUn and Father Clavreul strategies, and colorful com-

!. certainty Mved, but h* but h* who does the will of with a renewal of love, and typical description wscleft spent all day In the ramp menders. Bishop Vent and

wh.* pray Mt I. e+rtalnlyot tny Father In heaven Ih.1Inl.r contrition for your falling by Father Hamilton IndIa hearing the confewlons of the his Prints achieved at last

| I would Ilk* l. know the kingdom t>f heaven during the day. employment for women reproduced in full in Rebel dying and administering K*. the oblivion reserved to peacemakers
how often w* rant prey larder ." Of course w* must all *n- trmv Unction for the Catn- and the
Bishop Excerpts from It follow anonymityof
I* get saved. and what. However, I lmiU very gt.g In that grtat community X'OVE.Y art not replacing ural scientists and pharroarlts ; olive then were numerous. A true charity."

kind .f ru'.... much that you will .N able to prayer and sacrifice th* T V men In top jot.* in the are IHted among these "I found the 14c1C',... extienwty .
Maw. .t JM.t one a week.
A. I am not familiar with do the will of the Father In wUlIk'l& United. !State, not tajM.ilv at wrupatlons.Women frothy tilt IMA allhwMM M. J. Murray

this quotation from Bt Al beaten without cwnakleratl And dally prayer It retain lenourished. any rat. predominate in several together and covered

phoruua tut I know that Je- amount (II pruyvr and I dnt' vitalityinleM there ahouki. Waom This It brought out In a brg profeaatonal fields. with tends The beet was

sua said; 'N )l e rryc.'\* whoCatholic think "we should r<* lookingfor ro'd rtNkHna ami sound study by a vTnmnt airy. >" such a. teaching nurairtg. library Intolerable:; there WM no airat Strange but true
the minimum amount re. whkh a.hU. that sober.wesso week and aortal work. all In the sterkJ. fit.
quired Pt Paul says w* thinking (dllatlgn) onGod' and their cvutteekvtglv Tn*. four omtpftUoM armsnt *. hots .f 'whath tN ..110t'l (\\.... Copyright. IHt. NCWC News Srvfc
ought always to pray. Prayer Inc for its a shownIn nor .aiteMtan pUn.ivjttf for nearly TO-% of all WM > p">.* l were M rto>* ..,

1h Florid. ii ; :r encounter "with God in the life, death and rerun re***'**. WVwnea how warned la prWemknul I and together that I could Mt feel w ,.dew H9et.srnc( 9orpyc

< the ight dealt, affection ant fiction ol our Lord Jus Make jnharthf than "nukecarrers technical oorvruOoas UxUy.U any fresh air ........ "v.7Y.C Cw.g1q ?
rcnverMllon.! It ts through ChrUt '
( encounter ", ItlU 0 d that As for tit kind of 1'1ff.tftMlI'r pert or hope* thou they att*0'1* > >p..rr r* .lre->eBt* !I. Taken ill art st salt.
the words of Jeaua 4her .srceputua In .1k1r.n.ge 1 R
gm cornea Into our souls; went, to the labor market ,
win: ... \ rK
"Tfc hi. who
father r. h**. Ie went l
and U that your wawa ar ye4 v
It that urea us. ".
grace U .........at. says e to,,. t>wte after n*, wMt stn.hariesg
need before uk
wha\"ou win W -lng W-
r you gr* rapidly
.. .. The which I' !"ft. IWMU e4 Ufa .
Iw11.e grace save usla him. sod. I'tsh toUle4. the *a.t nNt to th*
eioss.a atnvue rust. IMfr > the. love of Gml' ....h. It*. I* Mrt to ... ,-wt\ twees BMW song. h4 I. use a. .....u..
raw. sits a .... within uc w* cannot love one <). If a .kiarrUg v.r.aM yt days." *.... "ttM haw"t tN* beat wee so tnt..... Seen
i., a.MI C'e&-a" MM h do know. ..iwea n ('a...U. aM. n toM labor l.uII
"m w* not You BMW If c eVf* wvmea wr to II them broke d.wts 1st COOfto
.. ...
n.Nae 5,5.1a.b.w ran never get W know pr- )Method .U ff.tinea by nMetfcMtH taiga I In every M girls ftr .- nvttMain U* MBS* prepontea ....wsI.... ed (.neat sutvk..
lfrl, a lit: a, *. sal sat unfoM yoa have ..*. mlnMer. and. Ibis! .'*n 90 ad U years of an ,.......* to men UUt they t.w tbere OM *4 the Mean
On.4. |IM .*e ,eat, .MfcceX tofcof prreessal l tnvntuMerwith marriat* cede In dicier. war k M on* tin* *r another heW Ita ..... pc lit,...... anti front SavMUkaa Fattier Ctav.

Uw.4. t" mas. et*< BUj In an Uvttsnai dwell the )........1.. then ..,- A.... the praMtis. *tf N ..e.eseetal nvit: .. "U. rein) ,...* to ,...... ......,.

So T,%.. PWs'he I....c...'b.. h5.N a.. .a.._n.a .. etc*...** fit thowthuMM r> n. H_<...|. t'alWit Wl f. .kg* W_BMI to tM kshnr foe't eyMp.dtwaN ....... V* I rvaa.**. s ansjlMsly, .prs..ntaarf .- =l.r.
S u1 t.. *.
..*-Mart*H*,..p.Nwarse ....w.FYny .. KOfenr M. Pawl hso.l.ass .a Ih. ftr4 ..4arrUg* UM !.. ....... *tilk See e sw..wtTI. fat ieL'"It. far senesl dy w

.,., _I....... ....... a. t..NN. to prajr lwjr* when. w* valid I I. the '.M .4 Ihe Ctln4M ... eMfcxsk. iMwTDr. b 'I ar4 set keep' M a eorrst.t
'.515 .'.eh. IM AM .< aUnhe ('bwNA. pe'veestag..1 a*
rre wmlljr r*.*w our sw- with ...u. "I', nit M rtMjr-M ttte wish norWw W dylag men r weed to r ytr_
n s ,
a, 111. .tw
new *4 the .,........ of Od T... Ar h.t.iarf were e.pkyrd ..- R,.. tat" the thesis ewatkatase, aurnd r- .v. M ee.sLWKIM
...! live BMMHaoUy lor the MM! ttop* iaaUovTh ate .. Te% a. .t eulargw wi'snin' niamny last eene..al. bet .......
8W* *f )Hsnv M, U yew ..... yens."vue f.r. .... .....l M tlw. .*. .... tram UM Jmirs I WM 1ftI -

,..... v.- w ..... ..... yew SMIMIIBC I VOUMto 'Tb... eewers 1M. .... tat pw di; 11, tree. nUBfilft* UM MtStah */ .*..*4 elf W.M. ( aanw, M b*
a....... 8.aw tsq a r.aeltmaat I1ft ., .,....... ...- .... ... p......g MIl'...... ,l eaplayrn trot*! hiring ... *.*.* fit ... teeelne' .

Knft Miss ,... ..... 'IWMV' Dade car ....bt.r.d.a dart" by )I....gm. J. IVr ......... M Ito ..tiMI's.rase ... ........ .w IN .uasteerlMa sY1P..1 swan* toe" am.ud I .
Mw. A. *-!. wilt SrH **aewg *, .....,. ........r ..... twtw14 ......... Aet. tot btspabae ,)..M. Ness tit* ... .. ..." """T

..... A. ...... .. f"+' tt w *rUs woks, ..*.....<. IMrH gw ,- .... IM taatatsw ed w+w YM hrlc .rnab.r eat t e I1.g* <*V .1 MW ".... ....,

Aatwa.1... ........ tsssiigini. lid ..*..*.. swaw I... <*>gn... ta..ti te..1eay.aaw .r Stu trW 1aea.. rant ptef5e1., ... ... welN g.tstaay irt_
*t Masc a r*! *** tlsMttw '1'.w... lyrh.tw I.e" .... aid tail (......., e gsm tN, ....., tile .....,.,. taress.e 1s a xv, ue waa

Friday July SI, IIMH! stubs aeo..l teree .51at ...... .....,.. ... Mttd ......:. -Is1i ...... deir+e ..i ..J....... .... they na+ .
*Vgrt la/ .tiel tba.glbe we 14 .sec aMaasfaai, flit k-s ln tae SSSMMT ISflM 1st MHk It Lave hel a41 "Iw.a. Kr Ass.! .er.e.r+..n.a .. -

'.. .. ..

world -- -- ......,... ..., 1tfr'n 5 The norMa Catholic Friday, July SI, 1961!

-- -

peak/ on/y./ truth/ grow in virtue, t Intelligibility stressedin

-- '
O\E of God' names t U Which brings us to -theperadoxl'al 1 new Bible versions

TRUTH. When we say hY
fact that r
"Cod Is Truth we mean that people can be very carelessof some err rORTMNn, Oregon (NO) -EpUtles and Gospels to

God U the only absolute the truth In other respects 1 I be read at Maw in ..:ngl h. Instead of Latin when the
reality. Nothing outside of ;yet can have a veritable passion t ? new liturgy change take effect in the United State will
Cod is true unless It accords r J. for speaking unpleasant be from a "new, up-to-date translation designed for Intelligibility

with and somehow reflects Tre truths. "I believe In being H1'4w; ," one of the translator has said here. ",.htre
that reality e "
frank such a person will will be no 'Bible Knglish' In it no thou's or thce's" Father

It follows that If we are to say when what he really Raymond R Brown S.S. of the Diocese of St. Augustine

heed' Chriat'B lajunctlon ""oa V means Is, "I enjoy watching" said of the new version which will be used in the
therefore are to be>> perfect other people squirm.
eif a. four heavenly Father IYo We .
serer U T-k--
are Justified 'Jthtr Ilrown. professor ofNew .
li perf-ct we m mt be>> lover
if the other telling a direct lie
ularly U
person Trst.iment at St Mrv'Svtnlnary "
of and practitioner of the you put changes In It.
trith. someone whom wt do not However, when the truth In Baltimore, .n It 1 is not a common IJible.
like. Wt can Itemize his will cause pain without serve here Ui lecture at NUrvlhunt he MM. "We should he able
This Is not always eaay.W'e faults In great detail His virtues Ing any good purpose, then ._ 1 ('dl41 ., He I. a translator of to translate scientifically to
may look upon ourselves as (and everybody has charity dictates silence or an the Gonpel of St. John for the eliminate that problem.
being a truthful some virtues) seldom
person yet we con Confraternity Christian
reply When a friend
He pointed out that there
our very complacency In our IVntrlne's New Testament
asks, from his
cede.A hospital bed. U exchange of Information
own veracity be built
may llanalathm
lack great sabverUr of train "How do I look?" the right between' Catholic and Prot-
upon a of mental hon I I. the defense me
esty.One of the rationalisation by which we young lady asks "What do the Greek and has not nwKtern method of Scripture
moat difficult
areas In which to practice try to expUla away our short you think of my boy friend" yet been puWUheU."I'MM'I study I There. U a kind of
and mistake. there Is no need to say, "I that scientific
coming rwtHinlllon
truthfulness la In the apepralaal will 11d! (It quite
think his a creep"Strangely studhM uf the Scripture da
of self. "I dont _._ 4Hff..I..th" II r w a
suppose that I -- -"- -- -
enough a "
gen nut belong to Fiat one group
We find It hard to look at should have let" myself become ulnely truthful person usually Home and School in Jacksonvillo MM. he Mid

oar,.rlve. with nprejudlced' so angry we say (not U a very tactful person. Win tVr 1 Instance In St John's

eyes and to tee ourselves. as really meaning iii) "but who tues art Interrelated and it Pictured at their installation are president Mrs. Joseph P. Hag.n, ee. fiiwpel" when we have finUhetl. -
God wouldn't get angry under the U natural for truthfulness the kwg 1IJ'f't'fhP4 rf Prolate oxplains
sees us. the officer which will pilot the St. and vice-president; and standing, left
circumstances! Or, "I don'twant and charity to go hand In Matthew Home and School Asocia to right are (I. A. Hogan. third vice Our laved will h* sal up in a
We have a positive geniusfor to seem to be stubborn hand. form like poetry In a solemn I
Lion when meeting resume in Septem president; Mr*. James W. Fields core agroomont to
keeping our eyes averted (when actually wt art being p''*tlc .t>l ice of la'|rHh *
from our faults. If anyone very obstinate); "I 1 just feel l.de.dthe degree of a per ber. Seated, from the left are Mr*. responding secretary; George J. Cal
He said the traiiiklurs hail l
dares to criticize us, ".e shrug that someone has to take a son's truthfulness U a .pretty Vincent ruled, recording wcretaryjMr : l hhan, treasurer; and Father 1 Daniel C. tried l to |hub the New Tenla- Tunis Catholics
the criticism off as being firm stand In this matter." good (ing* of his entire .
Frank E. Vallencourt. rnitt'nt.Mrs. ; Mccarty., pastor. mesh into>> rurrect .."11"' ". w>t
nothing more than the prod. Or. aaln.to, don't like to character Bernard B. Floyd!, first vice- n4kMul l lust rrflmtlng what" Tl'.M'S Tnnl.U'. ('t') -
uct of a bitter or a biased spread gossip" (really wt love Anyone who has the sincerity the New Tt>.t.m.iit renlly Tunisia's' ArrhbUhop hAt told
mind.It 11)) "but here Is something I to look at himself, --- -- --- -- was ('"",et..Uun,1 RiiglUhi th. country' Cathullr that
Is not easy to be completely think you have a right to and Jacksonville hot shares their troubles, IJIUtolIecht..1
squarely to acknowledgehis will reflect the I'|i.>kcal' reekref
truthful either. In the know." By the process of ra.t1onaHutton. faults; the honesty to give Blessed' TrinityThe Bishop calls obediencekey t the lime the K 'rl|>turM l before the world by
judgments we on other what would bea
pass others even antagonists full committee for the an. were written. the recent agreement ton-
oople. In evaluating our own fault In anyone else becomes credit for their points!; the nual card party and benefit .\,h..l sNxit a "rnmmmi isle) between the Vatican
character we give ourselvesthe a virtue when It appears humility to admit his mistakes show to he held October II atIllshop trait of Boy Scouts Itihlefor OithttHrs ansi PnHedantu and the Tunktan government.

benefit of every doubt. In ourselves.ol and the courage to arcep Kenny auditorium awlixmivrevl father' Hrown salt a ArtMtohvp Maurice Perrln

When we take Inventory of :> Inrrrqnrntljr It U !petty ( th.l'UI\JIt'Qu'IK'H of those by the Wwnen's' Ulftcwll! problem was to ar of Carthage iUrUMlng In a
another person, however, we rowardke which& belra). us mlukH-loch a person has Guild' of Blessed! Trinity i"rUh VAI.I.KV; IDKfli:. l'rnnaIvanla (NT) Obedience rive at a cwwmon verehmvhkh _"".) .letter the appll. ..-
reverse the process-partlc- Into derrltfiiUeM. a depth and balance of per was announced by Mrs. modeled on Christ' should be the characteristic trait ofa every hialy wreak) reel tlons t>f the "m.iOu vWeixll., *

IInlllt1 which command re IA \"nllOlullft presklent.Members Bay Scout the () -moderator of the Catholic Com lie .."nt..IIN' t that moot. I....... |">4f\led to the sacrifice d..
JACKSONVILLEExcellent We fabricate lieu to escape spect and admiration. are Mrs. W.P.G. mlttee on Scouting told Catholics at the national Iloy ...'anl' still' prefer to UM> Ihe RMmleil of the ('hutch. but
the consequences for our ml* What is even more significant Meyers Jr. general chairman &out Jamboree her. King Jmerr4on. of the aU' coifed' attention t>. the
takes-to avoid embarrass such a person necenMr* Ain Lloyd IMnon. MM, John isyer l..rto.1, lmwwfuify lUNe. guvernment'a guarantee of
""""""""n""n"'''''', merit or a scolding or a monetary Ily will be close to God Mitchell Mrs Leonard Nolan. Imitation of Christ "means after, 7 a m. reveille. -If you i mean by Vomman full freedom of religion, fut

86tiAPr loss or the stigma f.tupldlty. whose name Is Truth. Mrs. John 0. Regan. Mrs. H. ... tense to Oo.li will at anyrout Bishop (""''Mr.., HUr...lnf "'bl.' one that ftfftetol groups, .tholke.

We can very glibly Hrown Hued Mrs. Prank roe and" under any rlrcumtaiKes. h I a IMener a a "f.tK" w U4h fslh ,le$ aM PriHeclaM.rtiuhl The agreement requires. the
r say. "I believe In telling the Bishop William 0. ."tAII.." suit that ui-mttem ,hltt',
xrIst Honor late lets Mrs. Harry W *hlm remcnlse a push r114111 Church In TunlaU l. truth even if It hurts." Pope C < nn. it of Ireensburg. IVnn.tlvanla M 'the ul trf ,v Hit .,
pro- .*.,. Mrs J.P. I> *tneen. hire.. s your ,. h. Hid "We niMte to the government with
\Med It Is someone else who '. ...... fciw. Hv almmt .... ... ..!.*.
ni'KNO-4!' .\IRK:* (M'- William rKnk, Mrs. Nick 8. > r. >inl MI* Itviteimtlty meal of (Its
la Retting hurt. But when Argentina hat leaned a special Glannofie. Mrs. Herman 7-spf. "Hnrty" this I I. not .,lr.M. Mirslnalljr eau hn. log trat.UnN," ....'UOllo.. and& w>l.llna.. In

pain thrc tc-j cursclve: ? a pelage stamp to hoi "t': P>'I"( Mi'<. W M. Miller Mm. l4Hnnie t.r runt.*. Bj iMih. I..r..." lh.l .h 4l...r. t.> II* said Id. *|'.rlw. >l ales. eluding the ralhwlral if Cat

lie becomes the eusy way out. John XXIII on the first anniversary Leonard >' Wsllachy Mr*. sad bjr .Uw ).. are |pledged ....1, "|>.*ki| <| I. 'Ike dltw l... In MtkU was Ir.n.l.u4 thtK*> |It refleet\ a iltttatlAA In
of h'.s! de.ith-: iVnnald I.Pllnll.,11II .. obey ( o4 and I. 'ulloo" wh1.h" a bloeiemdominatnir.etme |
I IAl .., jour prfnt, i our l..< "He |.nlr-ljr U ...,."
JACTCSOfmtUI riNHT i III. pUm alas)*.* zed )..r ......1 .....t,.. I I. lekey l I. de.ling with a Cath
sill I Connate | I. 'the !.!.,.," he Ml-t. bather thrown rejecteil an 4M pnuUtt greitly re
ThunderbirdIISTAURANT C"t Pishep presrh l 101.l that a "on\ltW" Ittl.U" itiMtxl by emltfrntton la ru>
the sermon at. a p"irwl "In m'1tl4I'lln. ot#..llenr roviUI Ills arrive! al try Milling r<>(>' In the f a.. lit eking n**
s r ) 'I \, ) low Mass offer**) fur Cattaila U the only tertaln way .(t'attvuU ahAII.'. In the tlunlAhm.SXRXSOTABRADENTON.
t Ia.b'I and iuK "Wader t
smuts >yArthbUhnp .
to twrom Ihe sure and s lf
Serving D Ccout! dew j. '' '. "' John'' I', toly, teliaot young roan who Ism J

STEAKS .f "," 1t Pr P( tutu ailmlnlnlralor of .j<.' o/ ".. own destiny, Indlrert
FoodTWO I fttw Orleans and eplocup! proportion to your wile (

SEAFOODS chairman c/f the Youth IV. IIIn... la .....,, like lh".
I pnrtmenl. National CalholJ ........
jACOONVUt LOCATIONS PRIME RIBS boy Jesus. will you i..M*.4 \ktnetna sere. limn
a. m tinim tw >M .
7JOO inl H..*. .--* U.I I Welfare that, ranrkUnre. which will lit sus ._ t........ wwe p.y
115-1..1 J..a'u SMS CXPHISSWAYMCKSONVlUt It The Msis was one of 'fIn1. stamp' you .. a.l teeter l fur lu Mew 't_"'" t ''It.r raw r. roNw .

ROtlOA t of religious .ervkes. pepse.r morrow the |)|Ie hop dH..,.*!. -....r.. -. --. 1.... Ideas ..
tars see I was de.
uu\\ \\"\\"""'.M.v .
i 'iing many dsw.wlwtluM. Ihenrut !
PMfwp (11ft"" MWI MM Is ** iw4. t u. ii* le/t
held midway ttsruush ttle .tow ftMtft. smuts tonne IM |w,.Iir.wIlt |., ra..... gad, lb*..iHirtfr .
Elizabeth Ann Rest Horn ) 'B>lii<(.. which WM .........1.1In .. (}t.\ In MM own lteHiami

1 -4 -- --- some 'UJ" buys add I...... of c "
for Retired Ladies adult ........ "Uvlng try IMS law." hMM .

HNS Juniors' guests N..rly &II l......... )'Tlai.I. 'xJ will .l....r ..e.. C
CUl-eoJ IS10224Uc fur
202) A9'nut well .. il''sna if .....,* Clt.. 11,1 IJd lur P'''i>'' a.o yussrawn
,mb4f tf St. .J'I. Parnh the St. Louis Cardinal baseball teem was the Ksnd in aMaWUr to U. .*.... d..4 ?f a I.t.. and '"'". JAIAIOTA'J OIIOIMAl RAW IA'

Ctnfral heat I Ail tKati Mars, owner ruNt speaker at Christ tht King Jacksonville ff the roU ..K.- deny **. M life .nl<' even Into .t.,- I M Left. ./ "$.Ie, Peist ...04 ... I...,.. r>* ) (\1S.411"Y )
Junior Holy Name Society Communion brukfut.PktuI" tlvNlee. inrlu<.M a morning Hit,
'yell.'I lee./ s..I..r
from the len are Mr. Stanky. Bob LeMolne -
and Bob Madura general manager of the ease |II| A. M.. Phe..t 24-2121
Tie American. Group el B."li Jacksonville. SUM; and back row Jot Staslnaky

Meet Our New Trust Officer. and Tat McGULpMt.tD



e a. r* etc r_ ,.or.N
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK IiGCII e..a..lrsms..suala ANNA MAMA iIMNO-4000 Maek!M Drfee


.. +4a swue

.... .. ...... ... ,Ie... WHO surfeit BRADENTON. SARASOTA
Mfl ebw F.d.,J, o.t lawsaco cNa.l -,.,..... n .... TOOK CATHOlIC rAn.EA'S1ERL1NG' v&e
Stfvice For 41 YtI fi
*_\ 14
,,. ... .
as/11..a.el are
) IN
( ..... t..r. iVw ... f._ ...,...... f "urtutDla Park.; Jnr.Simofa
.- t9.*., ... S.....ifS ..-- ... .... ... .
.,. *M**>*>. a.... ac ass 41t. [
3 stYCE) Sill .._ N. too. 44.. '
a. atniiw. .--.V.ae.e .ttkw- _4-y County
.sman''Z. -

Scouting Award Endows C.fe M,uio!.um

JOHN M. BRINKLEY Denov.,,'. Hyde P"rl Convalescent HomtH
Th A/i AMart fH. Award: \-* grout emit .. Non Slct/rIirt
I Med. Psi 3..4. J.t\1I\ s.IteM.'a .
INC. AAed en hwwt Gear IL N.J4Uo *| Troop AT.Pone. .
COLONIAL CHAPEL Lre ..1 .... Meel .......... .. rwert FUe ay. KM tk.$.!A. rather Albert sin S. TimfimlTriliSrmnrlat: Ph.924-1973

c..1 H*. .W Ai C..4.s; ry li.ielt.Fa. r lAf si U stub Iftt"fMuJ

FUNERAL DIRECTORS .100 lids w4*JAtnr. k-M at VaaWyvajkia. 'w.. ,.....,...
w.d3y1 ... .... .f P4ee5'Pb Jel.um..a '".' tAM aH M4r
M Ua easesa
Ir Pee.1ks rt
T-wrL CJr. U.a*y.r Jet* M. Mea'bwt S*. 1.4... Pw+.lt
e. .
..d h- Dees LJc..4 tram ae + from 1M Um-XJd !Male. a4 ,9 ew.4CIee p.111e4.N SCHOOLSROSARIAN
is Ui* reek-ir.g ,.......


nouc" II........ ... .., Iles.. k.. lto", eq ......,. ., ......Ih.I. .
.... ...... ....... N t..tl... ..flf *r. I......... ,.wbt
: k ...... .I1 .e...... wsN. .*.. 4f4na.tr. lM M.." by
AJ4 TYPES OF INSURANCE ...,. .1 b4 tea ...M IN a .slog ....,.... .......,...
JOHN M. BRINKLEY Rfauttlltr Af.IbpIIT MLmf rtl.H IIK.KM:


Academy Of Tho Names
Wa.bu .....".. r.o .-..,.. '11'1 "r J'd.-OC' ", .,.Monte.u ''l'Ic.' Holy
sd" .'d ..... ........ ..4 4., ......, ,., 1.t.. Gore4" .... to r*.lv.. FJIyfwf

i4iwl A.Istw. s-r. ...-.. u.:.. $..Uw ....,.4..4. Peegre ;al.4N..4.j. ".,.,. wad .+*.*,<
FU.! .-..., .ww.e. Mf..4 ....... c...r..re1. ; by 3.Vw, el ,it.. HtffGod'
f1or.te AL 9-2311 I edewry.. mint i.... it Tee.. N........ 3111 ..,-.. .1tcr.,4. T.-,.. -4.' .

'}1 -
If. .

- - - -
---- - -
- --


The Florida Catholic 31 1961( -
Friday, July r ---- .

.,, Canadians
; ,' :
Czechoslovakia ;'
plan for use

Persecution of Bishops continues of vernacularOTTAWA

(SC) -The Ca.

VIENNA (NC) -Com- Jpct of pilgrimage for many ment: a rent home at Radva- nlovakla reported the follow. nadlan Catholic Conference
munlst Czechoslovakia has Prague Catholics. nov, an Isolated village about ing-: announced last week an extensUe -
On April 2fi communist of. 60 miles south of Prague. Both the nominally Catholic plan for replacing
put tighter clamps on
flcljli! informed| him Hum- Even: though Hadvanov Is dally and the weekly publish Latin with the vernacular
of the Catholic Bishops marlly that he was to move virtually Inaccessible by public / some of the same kind of languages! In the Mass and
who were released recently to another place of intern, transportation, and hasn'teven government-prompted com* the administration of sacraments
after long years in prison. a pout office Priests munlut stories as the so- in Canadian Catholic

But it appears at the same Discloses many and laymen kept coming to called official pre.... churches.
time to be relaxing its iron see him from Prague.In The weekly, published. by Archbishop George B. Flahlff .
the committee of "peace C.S.B. of Winnipeg chairman .
grip on what is still billedas
Catholics in mid-July, therefore, the Priests' Issues periodic peace r of the CCC board said
the Catholic
press. national office. of Church affairs proclamations! -but seldom 4 the plan for the changes ap-
The advance In the press Red China's jails ordered that no one anything which a faithful proved by the Canadian Bishops
field is such that mime could >'Nlt \n'hhl..hoIJ l | Reran Catholic could not sign the at a meeting here on April
staunch Czechoslovak Cdlh- MONO KOVJ (S(') A without' the specific permliolon Czechoslovak source said. 10, has now been confirmedby
olio have hopes( that the large number of Chinese Catholic "' of the offlcf. J r t' the Holy See.
weekly published! 1 by the sorailed are being held In a prls- In addition however the F
peace committee of on in Shanghai, among thema It said alito that Church. weekly carries' news about To allow time' for the preparation .
Czechoslovak clergy) will de- nun who I in seriously III, State relations could more the life .,f the. Church anilMime of the necessary te\t
\elop into a real Catholic according to a refugee newly readily he normalized If the g paper. arrived( here. Archbishop made no public pious affairs.Catholics detail fur Implementingthe
Mn. Eugenia: Kalaglna, 5ft- atatementa, granted no Inter- plan the Bishops of Canada
Information reaching here >ear-old JliMslan who is a \views and did not meet with who had grave r hate agreed It will go Into
from usually reliable source member of the Orthodox Prague FrleiU. misgivings about the weeklyat effect In the country on January .
In Prague! throws light >Miihn Church, told the NCWC News At nadvanov with Arch first have learned to over. I, 11W3, according to an
the worsening plight ol Service here on July 11 that bUhop Reran I U Bishop Ste- look the few communist pro- ordinance of the Bishops to
the itl\..hops und on the new had the nunclamentoH, the source stat be issued Idler this. fall.
she herself spoken{ to |Pan Troihta S I) D. Both men
tend In the |>ul>ll...hlng. "".... Sister In the ward of the had been Incarcerated together el l. They read It because It 143f
publishes articles by some oft'cechoHlovakia's This date was chosen to
prison hoepllal< a short time before In World War
reports reveal that no
beat and give Bishops a chance to get
Bishop Is free to exercise his' ago. II, when they were not yet moat faithful Catholic theolo- 1 home after the third sessionof

lutlfi !In any of the dioceses )1,.. KaLiKlnn had spent, II DUhopM, the narl Imprisoned glana and scholars.Pontiff the Vatican council scheduled .
tit Ik/hernia or Moravia -the them for three years at the
to close about Novem.
)Pars under the "prole Ih.Ut. *
we.tern two.thirdg of the ." of the ( hlne..e ommn-- Dachau concentration( camp. welcomes/ ber 20, to lead In the final
country. This situation has nl.f internment 'In a |".lltl<'nl fur their condemnation of preparations for the changesin
pievalled for a dozen yean. prison' In another part ..( lHtelam. : their respective dioceses.
The top leader of the Czechoslovak hhanihal.. Bishop TrothU was Interned summer visitorsto L Meanwhile altar mUnals and
:! Catholics, Archbishop by the Red In 1950 other necessary materials III
Josef Bern of Prague, wareleaed She said that she encountered and nentence to a 25-year Castelgandolfo/ be made ready

last October after the Catholic nun when prlnon term four yean. later. The Canadian plan Is similar .
1-elng Imprisoned for 11 I years. the herself wan Kent to the I He warn released 19(') to one decreed by the

Ifs was moved 1 to a nursing' hospital In the other prison and sent to a home foraged >.PoM| > Paul VI In his first At Vatican Bishops of the United State,
home near Prague which for treatment before being I'rlenU. general( audience for visitors{ telephone exchange and expected to be In use by
soon became virtually the oho allowed to leave Shanghai' to his summer home here said
the end of this
Three llUhop are now Inslerned Paul before leavingfor in detail the workings of the year. But
Mrs. Kalaglna, who had fle al HrnnlirHhy after" his! home at Castelgandol instruments. Shown to the Pope's
rule In Soviet the more because they had summer English in the United(
Weekly program Union in 1'+2.1. wn released baling been' Jailed fur fur- tome to see him and not simply fo paid an informal visit to Vatican right are Count Enrice Galeazzi and States, it will remain in
|Lous ..
perksls' 'In the .1'1,10)1101.Thp.1 ; + .
IITKNOH: AlltKM.':, (M') from China through the effort the grandeur of St. 1'eter's Qty'ai telephone center. There the Alberto Cardinal di Jorio. Greek In Canada. The Collect
,* of the office of the Unit. lire Dtahop Karel lluiillica.( technical staff and and Postcommunlon
Weekly broadcasts of Cuth- clergy laymen ('x. will be
C'llc news and comment on a rd Nation high conunlaMourr Skoupy, auxiliary/ lllnhopStanlMlav I More than WX)0) )persons in either English or French
fur refugees.She /.eta another former crowded the audience hall at
ittiKram|, entitled A Metier In Canada but remain Latinin
said the had been kept Inmate of I>achau- andMyearold the J>IIJ.tIIlIIa here in the the United. States.
World were Begun l here In
July. with 1.1 other pilwmer, under / lllahop Jan VoJ. A 1 ban hllln southeast of Vatican radio director explains
room arrest. In a politicalprlion ta.ttek. Home. Another 2000 who
that the Chinese coinmunUU Bishop Jmtef Hlouch. who had to remain outside listened lEACH MEMORIAL

114a1)).J..nat 'i'''' referral to as a wan deported| from bin See In over a loudnpeaker programming at CDA convention CHAPEL
'homelike ..ht'lt.r.1I.r hues ......
10) and was reported a year system as the Tope' continued 1a ? lw.Y 116181
A. m. Cr.lf-B.>. to he doing forced labor WedncMUy public
should he Ills He SEMiNOLE lEACH
It city.
ul."CI Service HOLLYWOOD }'oridaCThe heavy volume of
France earlier, and tha 1 III now tick and has been audience practice. ,
VA 4-147 U.N. refugee agency< wan making to to live with permitted his mail sent Vatican radio dally by Latin Americana Indicate labored for It, He died for it, MEMORIAL CHAPEL
ST. AUGUSTINE her go ".\. yon are," sail I'lip. He rose alive again for It. 113 ,.tau a.al 111458M4ittAL
I arrangement for to Uter In Moravia the desire of then people to oppose communism,
L Tatil .. rerelilng Christ .is speaking to ua
join him there.PHONE yo the director of the station
Prior to the arrest of the Kngliih-Ianguafte program
His also
In this .hur" home ot through gospel,
tonguing II I II hop., four our where the panorama ol said here.' Father Thomu J. O'Donnell S.J., one of 25 weeping for ua and our lack
177.7124 ;younger Priests. were cnn.. nature and rrnery replaces. Jesuit Father' who devote full time to the Vatican radio of love. We can convert the)
crkteil Hlnriojxi ....r.lIy. They that n| art and til th. basses poke at the national convention of Catholic Daughters world through Him. for Him
are Uuhop IjnlUUv Iliad, ... AmerU-A the Hotel .rat Him If love Him
'" h. see lUm. ae411e. ot at Programs t. India PIIkl. by wre
A. P. BOZA RIVERSIDE/ CHAPEL HUhop Frantlaelc Toma ek, are hrld.That. Diplomat. tan and Ceylon are broadcast enough." I
)IOf N. ARMENIA AYE HUhop Kajetan M.tou..k..nd .
!In French and Hindu
TAMPA 7, FLORIDA IlUhop Karel Otrenaxek. M I to say that you Explaining that 3.1 programs
The communist regime< has want to see the Pope even if are broadcast weekly to the he said.

never |Permitted them to ... he Is not In his usual surrounding A American seven to the Unit n'.hop1..t' "-. Water DUKES-STEEN $..ye.e/, .,........* M. M4t
sums their episcopal. duties. *. It Is your devotion ed States and Canada and the at Raleigh' .North (C'arolin. FUNERAL HOME

KYLE-McLELLAN INC. The nnly HUKop '1''. tftr".tn' your affection, that lead remainder to South America national chaplain of the .-...h.ollt' 110 s. fJe G. Ar. 2n<* Are. Se. Ph. I424WJ
you here not the attractionof Father O'Donnell' ask mall .
Is.ghters, poke daring
FUNERAL DIRECTORS urh fundlon. a.
MY 2.1121 Lal.r.".. ST. PETERSBURG
spectacular ceremony. from Latin America "IndU
hlot, k. th. ( |l\'rj openlcjf MJM In
ordinations three :
17 W. UNION STREET-JACKSONVILLE The Pop said that It li eaten there are element tryIng .Ht.. Mary Cathedral brre.
1.1", HihopMit
EL 3-19(4 Continues Service Since I 11 SI III.h"llInhlo* faith that attracts believers to to lift Latin Amertea out
: iil :> '. and. Itl.hopRobert .
see him' while what brings of the stale to which( It has Bishop' Coleman F Carrollof
| TulMKay.A nonbellevers U "irhap; your fallen, Miami WMtelebrant Rlth-: HEATH FUNERAL CHAPELAir

for the I'ft'.s sitn.nl.tn. .rirvh to understand who the ard Cardinal Cunhtng of Hun- Cond"tone; < Che pel-Parting Lot
Downs-Ford Funeral Home Inc. a recent arrival from i *e' ho- Pope i I u" The IrUn-bnm' Priest |...1.1.| ton convention keynote FOSTER E. HEATH. Fwnerat Director
leg out hut the Matin brnlritKt speaker prertled' at the MaMattended
In II languages said by more than dot AMBULANCE SERVICE
Re-elected regentof la.eW Florida Phone 4124111
supreme (IHtrlhuUr rmph..l" I I" pUe4an CDA members
Ha Flnet Stnlce Available Regardless of Your Means hnXMlra*!* Marred behind a..htop Water.* toM the congrrfatlon .

the Iron a4 lUmhoo curtain.Ttv that "there In good
T. R. Downs, President D. W. Ford, l.F.D. Catholic Daughters reason for Chrhls weepingover GRISSOM FUNERAL HOME
*' people In HuMla and
Jerusalem and all our
IMS 9th Avenu No, St Petenbur' ,he". 141-JeOf IIOIJ.YNOOD, }Florid (\C-Marltar) Buckley of eautrrn European countries title tntay. Christ sees not PHona 147.)n I

Chevy Chaae, Maryland, wet\ re-elected supreme regent of ileirfxl! on broadcasts for only' the externals. He see KISSIMMEEILU.ST
( : IX CEMK.tL
authentic new, tectcMnff amieneouragememt. FLORID
all Iha I human creature, all
the Catholic Daufihter: of America during ckwlng aca Through the manlLlAd, their sine aol. their Operating' fader Fame Name ead >U.ajraeat

ftnl.1 .t. risk "' ''', P. ....lfl..'.". lion here last week of the :JOth biennial national ccnvrn- Vatican rUdta W MHM In IMIUIe. AU mankind Is 11...
Funeral Director uiltlil Ultscttrfilt111tin then,, cwMMrtet"' can H know .,.
ton of the women ol'ianl.! to the latent of suween. dlretore. ( .o.q and all In the ruy of
edge cvf the itncum.-t. of the man U not beautiful or goml.1* BRETT FUNERAL HOME
II tlon. Holy See of news .Uemi of
: fi.k fc JvUrHjdi: Mrs. Manilla. & Caprine of Ia I...*.***) to the frt trUv the raUwlle worM. and chiefevetb "IA'I us link ., l. the my*. 34WIOI AMBUlANCE SERVICE
1'OI"9'llioa vo .-J Hontan as to. the free id kFfelher teal city of mn which l..rr.
rr.MltU.: : IIOMK An. ...U. WM mewed supreine was ,
the site of the Met btennui. N6tL < hrUt lml.r and .,." htrh
Oxjcrn A Radio rVjuIppeJ .An,1na1"un. .<<....'1. Other offteera reelected QQI QQtt.e
national com ration In Pet "' waep, NI.*hap. Water* e*
are )Mr. John V Bal-. lord Mlttsev M as.rhua.(U, Land given M callsilwr.trs fvasa ewlkpe.t
O 107 Man.. A... Ytre suprvcn reteoL )lr.. in Ft M.M ...*.. the JMrlt r. (U weeping belay t*. t..r.t ar.... a eo..ea,.
ST. CLOUD Prank '.. $..,.... Iftjbuqu tit IT,,, icead.e: ("') llmw ta a HH v'rUiah4W eats h. hs. pnwtlfooot 'M gen.. r, r n t.-.w 1, raw
X rwu*utcta.P. w:.,.._. ",0'". In.t' ).taw.. ae.onJ ttr. aupI.... Ahnul i7 acre eland In thfit 1a p'wem are nrom tenetAfrit tvv.s/te. to rhanre all tnfet foreveejr t..aC e..1 ..a e..4

tg.nt; awl, I)r. Catherine limits of Quito MM hn aadt week he M ditfeesetttemUi. mnv wan\ and
)t. Clarke I AU..nm.rq.,. ilutrUniietl. ba It workers h%' .. is llalpe. 1e ...... JOnf M M> Waters cwt-
New Me Km Mipreme tre*.> the Catholic Ollsrcst hero, 47 ar. bevsad.at. M ..Mr| t4wlte.L'Iw
H. O.,eel T.fpt.n.' "...... Mr*. Grant CnlMMM.Ko.n..k TAT land wee valued at about Asta In t:....... KVmdi. POT- man mu t a+opa+ste. Serving EuiKj & Victnlfy Since 1915

1".1 D.ctw 144.UM ., Vlrf inU. WM M.w'! $1teel. tt1uw. and 8.hlB. Man mt1r1 ,help t. are toe.r

Zeller, Kennedy & Hamlin

Osgood Funeral Home


r.rt |!-d. I 4tS St. N.

'111.1.. 'ar\ f1tttJ.

SIR V1CINa S siei $.. fefeokrf F.4eF.e 43 Yee-i

,wJ- JOHN S. RHODES, Inc., Fun.rt! Directors


r I
SINCE it 14 ,." I Court Holy Rosary officers Jacksonville -'\

BAGGETT-MclNTOSH.Inc. Net ItuUlM offnwr* nl Cs-srt ........ ......a if ofTVcrr: Mr( lUmtl frefbe4M.; Sin. OraItaJky. .;a1T; }

DORY JiteMry 1M5. C"aUlobt il..Rln' r..... 1W t." trrararrr; Mrs.Maz Kxtwrt-r: Mr. WaJtrr i

FUNERAL HOMESW. ton sf Amertt kn. Jaf"'''''''' ar.it .ie... tt.. g ectwiW: stand DID**, put {sad rijTBttj MfctaiBcttjr

|. IAGGCTT ". .;::41.... .eU-J turn ttM WI..... Ufy ..K tW ru.t1aJw' sloe stetsYlttrb'4 lUmtt tkt. rtaji{ Urm.IVaAk I

SILLY GROOMS tJ'lI.t 14breN. tr-ae***: Un.I Jou+.... .t" r'xt licitPsur7. StrkklaM., put crtad ,#. I

kM1eeM n4. hxatneLl ......4M: treat MX to -{MUra.: SSaS real: Mae Gmrtaie Deft,. Peat
7)4 S. EACH 14) HALIFAXCL 31w Peter AMaaai+t. *" ......: l>...,. Mica ArT Ifcrtlrr( aiM gruel rrt*'(: Mrs.. Mary WMl .. tV J4 but CV n ; 4* $', 1 M A... Ker* au.IIU

CL M7.7DAYTONA BEACH PORT ORANGE-ZU' Mrs TlMsnM II CWtatian.trTfit JI'UIIII Ian 14e-.- a t 1Ers. Marl Ma.t14ua otett... Ai. Ne. Ike.s w... O..,.J. too 4"S.- N.. )41-41:1

Sirs ilMHrta Ctaeata hi. : Ira. IUC.w,

r ,



7 The Florida Catholic, Friday, July S1, loot<

__ .,, r"
_dT 7
e. 1

:; : 1, R

Pa w

.y S 1t

y' 'F




... .GA sYYrY .

I Seminarians gather for annual retreat day at Camp Good Counsel Floral City .

Sixty young men, some of whom have entered Into interest to those aspiring to the Priesthood. Various Inarians of meeting with Archbishop Joseph T. Hurlt)'. lowing his formal address Archbishop Hurley Interviewed

seminary life and some of whom desire to enter !In the Priests of the Diocese, one of whom was Father FrankM. both individually and aa a group. The seminarians the young men scpsratrly and gave them per

near future gathered at Camp Good Counsel for the Mouth (renter picture), met with the seminarians (pictured: at right) heard the Archbishop tell them of anal v ons! of advice and encouragement. Camp Good

I annual seminarians' retreat day last weekend. Part to Inform them of their own personal experiences" In the challenge of the Priesthood.Ve can all admire Counsel the site of the aemlnarlana retreat Is under I

of the program Initiated for the retreat Included dmcussion the following of Christ The most valuable aspect of astronauts and great men of history he said but the the direction of Monsignor George W. Gumming

groups, u pictured at left on current topics of the retreat however, was the opportunity for the sem- Priesthood ls the greatest adventure of them all Kul- .

-- -

Priesthood has first call CCD schedules Visits Ireland Pope Paul calls for restoration I

I summer courses lit ill.l\ <:>O-Paolo Cardinal
),MarcUs Archpriest of of principles sustaining good

on talents of our best youth in Orlando area !M t'is Peter'a arrived basllks here aa &tn a privatef Roma'

(r.......4 ,... .... It +t of Archbishop John CMiQuaM CASTKimMHH.FO. : (l'm1'01") I'aul1 has the mayor of Mtelgndolfo

........ Ish for that area. .'Ither'In. of Dublin. The lulun called for restoration to full value of the principles of and other city officials' who
u: fm psi. II la ..chta
rlmlnc fel address. seminarians In Mm& s ,
and the future give i
accompanied and Individual' '
cent K. Smith of SL John'shas prelate was honesty fraternity anti concord In social
verity men. Archbishop Hurlrjr Uvltnl Priests. the wvaitno Wing the festival
Invited the surrounding by Michael Cardinal Drown. life defense "threats of disorder and sub
Today Christ beckons to "the best as a against celebrated
of twlng
dHt- of
oar youth to Among the Priests present "peaches
parishes to attend the Institute OP of the Roman curia, aIN "
you to the keenest minds to late their Uses to God and ten to mAppearing here and In other Italian
to were Monsignor George W" which la being glen for oaths of Ireland. mart on the twktmy , the most generous hearts fellow man In the I"rlu.h004 Cummings Father WllUam the second time In his parish. last RumUr" at rwtrtjianl' hU sum- town.

among you. He asks the perfect of Jt'.... (brl.t. Joseph, Father John F Wells. mor" villa the Pontiff rerlttd At IJ-.TO= >)> pm. the Pope ap

gift, the gift or yourself. Father Philip l: Halstead. The srbedml at In. Or land. Sharing our treasure the An.>'ltM" anti MMMM th uMIMSI < 1 iwaretl' on the outer balcony:
lie will hart no divided loy From the formal gathering Father Frank M. Mouch and parish calls foe morolBg aB4rvrHlaf W h'I (4th&f Ml t.f the IIU overlouklntf tht

city after the Mans, the seminarians Father Keith Sjmon classes e*..blBg) .,. t IW<<. Kur where the festival was
met with the ArrhbUh-,
The seminarians' retreat rrtoa U b.B.flt trot the Catholic results bring celebrated and again
op Individually and dlllC'ulIM'd marriage The Ip spoke ttf the |*r-
day takes place annually at two "trek coerce. Wtd the crowd.
ORLANDO with him qu Uon. concernIng "nlag "re' UN for spires
Camp Good Counsel! the oldest hHuIIGft awj. sorrow for .>>
their Ilf't'IOOil'Ot'aUona.. Two classes will be taught from example of
WINTER PARK Upon completing the Interviews of the diocesan ramps. simultaneously by each of many iNHMvemenu and mUfurtun -
the seminarians divided Each year not only those the Sisters .." which still torment ORLANDOWINTER
1 into four cod young men who completed Xlorulunor Charlrs L ElsUnder I a country such as the the wtxhl. as rirte| l In the
groups some of their studies, but I'.R A. where slightly sire PARK
met for I n progrsm. VF. pastor of RL .ti. pre.''
Herman J. HeicJrich also those mho aspire to enter than 3 out of every 4 |I"r*''na
\'arlou.'rIH" of the Dlocenecounsellnl the seminary In the future Martha pariah, host parish lathe art non Catholic*. It I III w\ Ill .p.,Isted .. ...... "wash.Dees .
& Sons the young men In attend this function. Registration Sarasota area hat urged ItsMt that Catholics will fall .... .........Ite'. eegsoHsga. '
... the many situations which Catholics In the area to participate ,.... wbkh c.nri t.i. reel r.air 4
Cr **t< sad '''1,, this year took place In love and want to marry. A.O'N.lec I 4 pele.lpks. real
or 'I..rr 'Inlt s.d fet....... they would meet both as on Friday night and the retreat In this CCD program. This In spite of the fact that ......t. 1..1.. .. aa. well a* UWIS.CO$$
DA7cee, BSAXD BOOCCXS. continued until the following The final Institute to be the Church teaches that the I.I\ hotly\\ Mtr la'' ..4 l.l"..- IXTIRMINAT1NO CO.

Sunday given In the Diocese this summer ideal' U to marry those of Roast. III"" I.......'.. 1111
Low Upholstery R..tFumitur wtU be offered at Christ' one's own faith. Mlie marriages tit* W..... ...?... *.. tltlt
the King for the. Jacksonville lit tshortfft hU au lost Cu"'K!.ni pariah are fraught with dar .>4. IIMI**
Plans announced area and at Our l>rty the trd "may renderrmilntM
ELLISDRUG Plot. J.II"". Pti. M4- 6I7 Haviour pariah.. the Cocoeiteeh gr to the faith of the off..prtni brush up on her Faith and strung guntnese,
as well .* to the *UUVny tome with me to alt the tnatructUtna .
Member St. M.f .r. for papal visit; to .. which but
? ar* of the 'Uton.taU" This matlt me. /..I I u nut weakness| trv I 1
STORE INC. Mary ParitK These courses will also be dowel, with profound .n.U-
show that a higher. percentage aware si *".
Orvieto centenary taught by Mission Helpers of of such marriages end .In dl \\'. 4722 s.. Or. M. Tral the Sacred Heart, s congregation rorce any lira. Furthermore' Helen tit gr"'led by tHa various

Ph. asS-92I1. OH.ml. FA1RVIEWCleaners VATIfA CITY (XO-Of. which specialise In the .uJ'P... lln'... rather. I Ian groups SM. .mMe neal Vatican sources bate religious education of all per If* *. ehee silted cocci.ship. 1\M11on. with etptaMtlMM (.It,'. XL Nler'a xjiwre After

& LauncJryFMlVtlB ,h.n the schedule" of rope aons outside the Catholic 4. _.T, II I. ..U 'oW of her own so that I had. giving his Mewing he retelveP

P.uI1'. Ult' to Orvieto for school sy.trmGroup Ik. (ikolie !. ..r>Uln, , to
D.,.a4tkU r*..H, CartM. perfect setup a<
... B. A. M.t.n.r the centenary celebration tt I. Ik .r..lal' hew workkla Mt7lng the catschUm. .e
... ..,... 0 0 0 0
Ills E4i* rstr, Orlaa4 the Institution of the fast of formed re. MM reed "Yltrtrttofi. '1mby PAINTWholesale
Corpus CtirUU. sad Ik. a.imfl. a**....*-.
**** Cltarlet K MNNMVf Prfcti
The Pop. will leave Ms II often IB IHlBg a god ii lr. Hotpoint Soles
('OYIGTOY.: Musky: 'AC. sArf s task un thoMaw
summer residence at Casttl. leave life sad IB M.1.. -.'. tits ace 'u.?
All the in MM
AQUINO'SSERVING gamlnlfo on August 11 In the (\n-Tnt National AsaorU Imworul. Wei '. ......* *M>. II ee //.t .....
lion <4 Pled. Ptkrfs offk1alh'JU' jfgeaw patsE fell lulu JMTk ._ .... ...... /i. et .
In Orvieto
JACK ELLIS THE about efternoiin.9 pm.arming He'will$ celebrate& off the ground here durIng If one Has s tr.>..ur.. h* lB.,th ... ...",- SIS*. 1- M.wer Md.M..e.MM..dN"S..PS's........
ITALIAN FOOCS a meeting of "tlytpadret wants t* ....,. n with a pit ... III* M 1555.A ALL
FINEST MSM In the cathedral and deliver l..f ... .. |.r all et, ". SERVICE ON
from .U peru of IIIe son t* ...... Jto UM U... ...... ........._. r.... '-.
DINNERS FROM a sermon. He U srhed- ...... .. ...
United States Catha44e will went fc* ...*,. u. e,, Iw' MAJOR
4.)0: PX. U 1:00: A.M. tiled to leave for Castelgandolfo Ttte orgsnttatlon, fMWKlwlJuly << bis faHh *1Mi hi. sweetheart Tie ..... sheeted. tl..w

LOUNGE shout 1 pm. IS. set Ha goal as en atpromudng -not after l..trl.ge M. .b*> CM fBiisjtli''.) IDs (hurrPBlain APPLIANCES
g J29 OrU"Jt Are, W.P. The cathedral ft Ont.totwJUIIPCI private atteeaft I.... P.M.. ..,.c ..Tam UttS

Hwy. |17.91 Ml 7.4500.Tins a retie vt a bkmd- ".. a practical! safe and effl This he **. dot .by BHU. .g | .*... surf *Jan. tin.. rue k I JUST .
stained VSM ewpural! a ptersof ,
dent tool of apostolic work the ....... W s HMM ufrtaht > wIN b4M asy Clwerfc. .mitr PIN NilS : ft
liNn which the (lIt Uplacet.
hkh on MM hateM of the Pfl* \." Abhm CharW, life, ky .....Waa.V w KM of ... aBN. MM a*"*" P4, : PALMER
Is to
*trritsm V CorUtMiOXn, of Kt PanTs faith' aM"erlMgabuut gs.slI.... *f.SBt M' tMsttMw ,.. I is, PIROIASSIISBfftffi ,
JOHN EU.IS n... ....nl.s.tir. .r lI.fIL rsssrrir J"V.pct.'rban feat of Carpu IV to fhrUU declarethe a1a AM.,.. Newton New J.t*.r It sad "SMntng (..ihoMrbteratur e.1lp aNwepng ... sowM a Nt. ELECTRICPhone

Aef1.Te airruas.BTI was eUrti i prr.WrM t/ the swell a.. Tt .... t*. start/Ut ** IM ft.-1 vt1AMe1NeM0. ,
Free Delivery ...._...a C4BB*' universal I feat .In 13M.Sy grwp's hard vt df ncrs.' CJl 1it' .*....... the ( Mbebe yIeu1. 'bend. the 'H,*.1 t.irwrfBwtlr .' 6X4.3561. $
*c mit '
C"'L rn L' satatttO.let. The BO Prints *ho sl....* Way of I..... "l........g he.TMs ....-1 .' -

Charge Accounts It With Fi.wers'COLLEGE H Uw vtrHlftg oWWrH, IH.hop flit Uw C' ik.W rsM" atJSl lM+lawgw.lMM1.w 11.11M 'I Anytime

BRADFORDSStationers Richard H Ataermant" "What's the math ASMS. sgas.. { ",nx fault OIINKIOSANOI
W. Mail PARK .Sp vt Cwtaftan. and Witr.lial". .......... ..,.. bread f>Mt I ours $71 J.dNlt Apses.WI. .
Inc. FLORIST ".heIp Joseph I K II/ ..1.M t4V"h It i. Ma4ul. also to M gUM .41 aiM ,**.." ..... '_. .*. >i Miami ou,."""

Prescriptions JIO P4 Ar4 S.-,lKUl rt..... s t Hiig. WeatUgtnta.. I* iMxa4joMr to OMMy SB? ... Itor ... NT. tf lhwvjstl ,::;::...-M..w' ee ..., ,.,.. FUUs

"YOUR PRESCRIPTION IS Mono 4.77)1 lit sM......*..*wisesill b. cKarur nwrnUrt of tNtl 1Lw. t.trfteg. her fa ........ . M* .to. .... MrAM
oa '-11Gary's
w.t... P.... ReM. era .p"iuU fI all 144 MSSMlg and. ghia/bar. and .... M, M>MBM .

IN EXPERIENCED HANDS D... Same-o.; s m Mi., SMIhrrtoa .Dopy Mie..eg .*. tetlll* Sad I Will..
l.rtMiThla foe .MelrtsgMsL ..... Mat .. .*t is* .tot <**tI THOMSON McKINNONIN
Duck Inn WALTERCWtatee ME4Ora: Is ntWBinii..< M UM. navHTaWft IMha t WaI

aces es d ..,.&. tee fe1 ToTa Ma sjsf loathe Jv4Bof ...... I .*. i..*l...l .... fUrts* e OIIANOO StNCI 'Itl4
GOLDEN DONUT INC. ".... asPMe /.w >t ,...M Is M.*'. W,... VMI HMrf who .eletq tree "kwrtfc Mtf s.soi..i MST

-r... '(,.. H-. war case aanrsac tilt OIUJIRR AtK.A these ....... PI.rhekIN I.*** My B-je. 544., riW Yes S..lea. t.1bse1.

FRESH DONUTS I PARTY MINIATURES fVStM .. as a-w// rt r,... W. J.... P ........... earwww.d. with e.. .W4 wila M.y wlrl h.I. .. srWssICOtNU
0,... 6)0: A..... .. $10)0 1M. o..M Ita. dey M. tM. BV Pass ........ ........ end -0 wefso ... M a SSll i
$1070 N.... Or4s4.( A...... iH ti'w.r lJ.tn .. l. ,hie J.,. M 1 dew.Mt1Mtlwht MM te.SBlSi.l. M S *4h...Mr CtNTMt! UAftHOUA PHONf GA t7IIIf
WU Para ".... 6041,JI ni SEND THEM .... ... efr err atar'k5. .till -.'.... K J M_

BILL BARDOEFORO se," M tee. retgtea be cepN n I.- e..aa.as5 r...4' a.1// M.rl
BACK to SCHOOL ere WfllA. .. ......, "....,.... .' t.
SAYS ON TOUR ..ea ".U......blw..dM4s
WATCHFROM ..... be 1+14 r. oeerwe. .AChildren's .A8T. NATIONAL BANK
.. slew/ act ..., fish AT wirsmm PARK
rv" 4U.1IH .... LI
e r -.0.e.1e.MMIs. .. .... 1411.5.so .
... ease Nraalwfwf .
W 10 .
fire .

e i i OO w......... G.w.. i IUI\.JlIIRS I. *N.*.* etch S i .,k..MrIM Clothes,+...I te t7.+Line h..1 but. ....... ....., ......-, Meleerrw.'es r 1 t sad ,....,.., taw
N ... ..... ..aj lOky .... M JHiSsiry .
s..o.- ,.... GA i mi P. Gib1I.,. w I.ew.. .w.es I 1w.eM ........ I C..ettmy M.a..sMARYLAND
M1wa wiw 4 ri MM
,ei.Ita .. Mw1I a..*..".a., *. *-tf.*
14 O ..
FRUIT DRINKS H. **f A Me%.. ere a fMWM W lav.

IIIIf-- ..... ..,..... w

APE; 111'17 ... tee M ......eg se lse4ew to..4 Atf*.7 ..e .. ..... ......- "*- FRIED CHICKEN

rr .. bete a .... M.fgW Ise I.q taaWt/ : -_. .._.. ..".....-'t.'SS.... -.-_. -I r.' COMFLttH I>M'KM TO GoInd'rfidwl

? ... ... ..... .
-- ; Fried CKcUn,: Drainer $ 1.00IF.iJ1
'' d.I.s.m-L ...rI.MI -.. .. ." ... .
lw,lt O'CtoUn. $3.95
e( ..
it pww.I Lwra.w.A,.. UST KM Cil-*)M Der,. a fuel .lHItS +. t. ..w-- --..-."r.eo"M w c..wrcsr ... ( ,.., $1.00

cur r-- ; Desire r $f.' IS
..... ...
t'C r Rfr.MetJ = ::: 1 UMTATfOXt TO na' ,ocr
e ... 0 .t ,... rat, T. Mall
dArlt.1h WATKillSJJHr --.tf.el.aw.r.. tree tV "..e. B*. Tr. OrsC1[ HJH
JOVTHItW act s. ... r ... CT MM ..
II e s.e.r r gli+s a ff > Sear A Mills"
I ti MUTT 0rsrfcrtuio = et_ w.1s. : ._Nee A U. .... tsaa
.. -- .- .. mate
'*"""'. .... ..*.. K. C banal
.. .
5 sea 4.
ta. M .. tisI ,,. Are. ...l'wd. tea/w
C&A>OO W'P4tlltAK ..-.. +. .... awn



. The Florida Catholic, Friday, July SI, 19GI

1 1 iiifiitt.ij.READERS .

EA h .

{' Irj'




'?: .. .,

: ---r .
: .':: ;. 't.. '.

.. (
H .!t

From Vatican to Vietnam ..

Archbishop Angelo Palms, newly appointed'
nostolle delegate to Vietnam and Cambodia is
town being greeted by Pope Paul VI following
Us consecration in Rome on June 28. Pope Paul
personally consecrated five Bishops that time.

Diocesan pilgrims will FORALL AGES

visit Far East, Hawaii

...... ,,_ a
(C 4 per II train for Kyoto. In the after .
wards they will proceed to noon the tour will visit San- .
the village of SUn) and to Juaangendo Temple, or Hall AT THESE LOW I LOW( PRICES!
Repulse/ Bay. The return will of thirty-three ken ao called : .
be along the coast, via the because of the 33 pace between
fishing<< village of Aberdeento the pllUri. They will
Kowloon. The Afternoon bat l aim, see the ancient Klyomlzu
leisure. Temple and. the main shopping
Following Mans on the streets. :
morning of December 8, the The December 14 morning
pilgrims\ will motor throughthe tour to Deer Park Kasuga
business section! of Kow. Park and Shinto Khrlne will
loon and up Into the hills for enable the diocesan pilgrims
a panoramic view of Hong to see the big bronze bell of _
Kong. the Toddljt Temple and the
Diabutie (Great Uuddha), the
The quirt of the typical Chi. _
largest bronze Image of Buddha
net farm country that thepilgrim. hj
ever erected In Japan.
will are proildf
startling rontratt to bury The afternoon .1s at leisure.On I

Hong Kong. DiM-ember IS the pi I- 1 MtilCHILDREN I l s
The pilgrims will have the grime will bate the morning
afternoon and next day free free (In Kyu4e. In the aftrr
for hopping or other leisure noon. they will Irnnnfrr InKami
activities In this unique llrlt.otah Airport bar the flight 0-18' [: J1,00' PER MOrlTH FORMS HCi $
Crown Colony, to Tnkyo and then ronllo HCC 3
by a late. evening night to
On .t'emt..r 10, the t will leave Hong Kong by air llnnnluln. .
( for Tokyo.In Traveling around the world A HOSPITAL PLAN THAT CANNOT BE CANCELED .
the morning drive on on their pilgrimage, the group

will December see the 11 Imperial, the pllgrlnu I'alare will class Mne and the gain InternationalDate a day, ONE I THAT YOU I CAN 1 KEEP THE REST OF YOUR I _

Plans the Tokyo Tower, They will spend the next
Aoyama Cemetery and the day on a full day tour of the
outer garden of the MelJIBhrlne !eland of Oahu seeing the
In the afternoon they Huddhlst Temple, Hawaiian. LEARN THE TRUTH! YOU' CAN BE INSURED I REGARDLESS I OF' '
will visit the famous Close Royal 1 Mausoleum, breathtaking
shopping area,Uneo Park and Nuuanu Pall Coconut
the National Museum. Island, Keneohe Marine Corps AGE m I PAST HEALTH HISTORY I m,
On December 13. the I'll-' Air Station. St. John's Oy.theHen. _
grime wilt have a full day the House of Coral Mormon
motor tour. They will drive Temple, Rchofleld hayracks American Income Rated
through the countryside fields of pineapple and The above rates include:
north along Cryt>tomerla Avenue sugar cane Wheeler Air
near Shlmo-lnulchL They Force Ita., Pearl Harbor and HOSPITAL ROOM BENEFITS
will anue In Nlkko and seethe downtown Honolulu. SURGICAL FEE BENEFITS SPECIAL NOTICE! I
ermlllon Furred Ilrklire The pilgrims will have the AMBULANCE EXPENSE
and stilt the famous Toshogu day of December 18 free for
Shrine erected In 1KM over) swimming:, shopping or other
the tomb of the founder of leisure activities In Honolulu. { b Amtma's HOSPITAL EXTRA BENEFITS You can apply even if you have had a
the fttogunale.Among ; krtat
Tokogawa the many temples, OM lkreseh.r IT the greepNIII ladeptnJtntPollcyboUtrt BENEFITS (Hal) serious illness such as cancer, heart

and ahrlnea her. the facadeof arrive.ash by then. plane mntlnw IN IJMAmrlr .a KtjHrtiftg Strn'ct trouble, diabetes and be covered for
one U adorned by the
la >.w reek r.MpMlngIkrlr DUNNES INSUtANCT MPOIT these conditionsl
famed three monkeys that .
tonal the Nerid lil -
M'f', hear and steak no niL erwjr form w

In the .fiermwB. there. will
Throughout their journey
be three boar e'r'r'''lou I.
Ihe11111, will I* accompanied
lake'hsaesll. eIMting 1'
by an nf'C'rlent'tPd.multi .
Inc<< Fell cereal.' '. The ,,,1- ,
UI11U11 tour escort '
trim will lent \IU.. .U 'the 1 1,1
American Rxprewi: Is handlingthe 1
late ettersome fw the drive
detail! for the diocesan
hack I. T.."."
On ivcember 1\ the group Ites.rv stk ne ran l<. dale
n kU 'leave Tokyo by morning at any imet a,...",.

tit G vftl ;urr1u04 11 fl7t.'t

I I'
!I BBBtoa.BBBBBHttB BBC l -.

$ 111cC1Cr 1 -! Co L. NtlMt e..e s.' .. th J.l..u ...... a ,I

,t cflIB n :__ 1 .saunas..cow....SOIIUM........'....IMrO .. doer HCl .. 7.11 I I r I
c I This f lea Und enw.e II .w_w_r..m e.
_ti. or do I NOSfj I t

w rt fit. aoIu CB AMERICAN INCOME .... ... flat I r.cwa c..p.teIy me gel. ..... .-.; .... I II
yld1J a t CMT.ftHMta*.!wee LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY : H.Ip'.I. pi.n ..... 1 ..... ebe.t ,k THI R.OI10A OTHOUC. .
I 5, f
>M rPei I N.__ tl HCUMAMSTXKT : tt s3nno A(HAM .-..... QfAMATOtotr run...... I

i WT1CESK r r

: Aa..r.s......I*causes flat hall_ .
MeW DUJnct u.-.f f M
I L..+ "rk.yriaeae".a pwNera. Ei'e.. d 107101 JOIr a.u; h. 'A. IUI laver NO.-" 1 '
.* U. |..et cal U Me to- XOJl. 'I" S4r.+ N.r+1 j can PAn. I t
: '-vs.'.,. r.-.. Fuel. r I'tOIII' .GCa AIJOIt. .

i 'rr.rsrrrr..rr.rrrorrrrFIND .

Father Visitor Frantia at Ilamlre World's SJ. cwtraJ Fair dire I OUT IF YOU CAN QUALIFY FOR THIS PLANt

tar of icognuna of lUdkj Vatican, Is ahowta
making a Up.. moruta at the Valkaa Parttkn
(in the New York XVorU't Fair. He U also in l

charge; of wuatrie Vatican Radio The tnaamiaaioa Jesuit PtVet U.to shown Gtblmerlon ISSUED TO TOO YEARS OF AGE AND OVER!

with Father Jtw4'th T. Uhey, aswxUte director
of UH> VaLk-aa Paviladmlnlatntor sad ChNUlphtl' X 'maa


\ .