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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1964
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
weekly
normalized irregular
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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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
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issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00033
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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Pope Paul writes r f n apostolic tasks





By James C. O'X till

NCWO News Sen'iceCASTFXOANDOLTO ''I
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Italy-The unfqu role of the 1.1 W. I .

efIOJda Church u Coda means of saving all mankind and the im ,. I ,rr''l

portance of man's recognition of this role formed the core t
of the first encyclical of Pope l'aul1'. reign I

The encyclical, called Ecclcsiam Suam from the open ,,
Ing Latin words of the almost 15,000-word: document was

released to the world on August 10 but was dated August

Catholic 6, the feast of the Transfiguration of Christ. I

In addition to a detailed study of the nature of the

Church. God's means of saving! mankind, the encyclicalalso

contained a denunciation of atheism that called it
"the most serious I'ObJeaavof our time" I j

Moreover the Pope explicitly renewed his predecessors'
VOL. XXV, No. 42 Orlando Florida Friday, August II. 1904 lOt condemnation of "ideological systems which deny

God and oppress the Church, systems! which air often

identified with_ economic, social: and .political regimes
Sarasota among which atheistic com-, I wt
area ends munlam is the chief." more a\ ire of Its! dtvln na '
... lure anti) ,n, rot In the wlvt-
I The document hailed the' than of mmKlml.

ecumenical movements, The .eo nd part dealt with
successful toward unity to b* found *''t'"* need for renewal and ref '
'
training among Christian churches today .
fi *rm. within the Church x* ... .
but mass It th .
clear that that it can contlmi to carryout ..
primacy of the Pope C'ln Its mlwOon effectlvtly.!
SARASOTA Tuesday of lut week, Monsignor lead a welcome I* area raro be MCriflced _I The final part deals with Signs first encyclical I

C L. Elalander V.F. presented Archbishop Joseph P. l...hk>arni there. Teacher. will The encyclical .U dh |the relation of the Church to
Hurley to the members of the assembled St. 'he "M-ter ),. Ktmt sad hl. rr Into three main parts with a-fall manklixi and with "the
laity at
Martha Mary l)..lore*. churl intruductlon. JworM in which. It exUts and"The an.I l her heartfelt denlr' that" 'In the second portion" fir the stimulating It to new virtu.*
pariah here. The Archbishop congratulated the the Church and mankind I'f\Qflkal the 1" .. examined' .
The fourth diocesan Con Th first part deals. wHhV ..hon. Th Po|< warned against
area leaders for their zeal u Fishers and teachers of 1 cl Hi IUMOT A, bark page the need' for the Church to M T Chiireh hN something te44440NN444NN44N444NNEncyclical
religion in the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine. U* !My. Th' Church hit* af and. r.kll"nwi'h I n the of "adapting Us (th.
Monsignor Elslander said that the Mission Helpersof *... to delher," the pop teat, page 4 Church. II. aahl that It will Churrh's) sentiments and
the Sacred Heart from Baltimore had made the courses Funeral held t f-. NNN4s44MItMtIM4444444Nsshould. t* up| to the owinetl, to w<< hablu to those of the world.
10 interesting that 130 from seat "what .reform are to I.Intn"hw&I The fMclnatlon of workllyUf '
persons six parishes and .. .. meet each ether and
.
Taut aMme4 the
|> In the I..tkln ,. lousy U powerful
two missions in his Southwest Deanery attended classes ,!I.. vf hi* first eiKfrlkalJrrjr shouts come" to know and lute> .\f the fnurrh* The coumrllla livdcml' Cwifornilty very |>H,. to
for for
the
entire two weeks. Father Paul each other
early U the duromeotWkm not dealing with hrre- ) and
area roUflf'l underelude any many a an inescapable
Sarasota area's course confu.rth I. k The J\',>* matte It clear that "
tutelage thU wrvletVe lea thta lime, h. iwH Nit wise. court
today. summer h* IM not Intend hi* e cyrtlral .-
rather boa the tack of
Infttoln
M II lion 1 Helpers. mt'anthe Orlando's and Saraaota's were JACKSOXVILLK: Monday of last week Arch *\ pr"mt to ouraelf In ) to Interfere with the -work trnih III\lrl'\III1 l "I" Into thus ttaralag .(.1.! .! rofutM
flnt and second for them. I[thu' et* Mitral' the talk of of the trued I Vat..Iran Council Uf who the ..
while, will be In Jacluumllle! bishop Joseph P. Hurley presided at a Solemn Requiem\ I Mytilcal Ikxly. i>f theta' ln*.. | lrll of Ik*
and In Cocoa Beach from Father W. Thorn I.rkl. Mass in Our Lady of Angels Church, Jacksonville mark. [jihowlnc more crly* to all II. a* tl that th* vourwtrHwwk far aa 'It 'la VUlhle atrletjr. war' .M. .Ik.* r.|,* Ml4 that
August 17 until the end .. \rnen the hurch'a Importanceafuc huM. MH t.* dMwIied N krtMU. file, whkk. Ik*
of sued hi* parl h of ChrUt the deg the death of the pariah's pastor Father Peter J. purifying It fnun the defectaof
th imitation' of mankind by Iht adnr. .>l le. converMtlnnalletter I kurtk ,
the month for the third and Him !I. "AC' IIO..UJ. will n. Paul OSJi. 1Ia1IIr its memhrri cal" Inlerpreu .M ael
led In the monastery rm of nura. .Rather It .I.. tom Father Paul, 11'hid) tery afcinfukl* the Chunh of t. rommetwfe'il. and eneouras always require. falihliiUeH
Tampa author discussesnew served' the Jacksonville par St. Thomas \1Uanova, Mission need **!"" Father Kohls .". /, MorlllhalWo. sea a.e.
lh for the pat fie years, In Jack.mrflk. Father, Paul' Th fv\+ also>> aaM hta "letter hike. The .tkrMla. I.
tiled on July :St. II* was buried' El'1EIWL, bark ...... for Indians .was not tmeratal to b* a J.CD. cut suit sad ruwai4lr, h* b.
ideas in mathematics on Wednesday' moraine. Au. ; solemn and Mrletly doctrinaltVirurmnt earns slruag cad 'IU.r.L"
gust 5, at VUUnova, Penruyl- "nor to prvpiM.
vanla. School termapproaches Negroes told particular\ moral or atwlalleaching at Lateran A* fur the spirit' of charity
Bjr a staff writer
i the fop wet It houtd
Father Jimet A Donnellon0&X |na<*a As the summer vacation months draw to close and I turn Its
a today rightful
pual-
It was antlers Merelyn
provincial of the &L HT. ATf-lHTINK-Tn! an- MT. Al'Gt'OTIVK-/'ath.r'
the school year approaches, many children) grow apprehensive Thomas of \11Unova province. seal roll. u u.n fnr the Indian rommunkai a fraternal anti Eugene V Kt.hU hat return* ) about the texts they will be using and coursesthey celebrated a Solemn Requiem ml Neft" rn(..Wma .will I.. I Informal I message' to the to fit Augustine from 'llom high**! in th. acal' Of r_!&lghHM l-
will be taking during the next nine months. In Maw. The AufUaUnlannemlnarlana in Diocese taken up in nil church* of ....hnpt of the world II. received l star degree el'Jurte and moral vthta, M 4
this age when Americans see a fellow countryman circle sang the Mass be- the ()IO-* on August Itt.LirhhUbop At the outset. nf the nr tlection canonlet I ,t..t'ut''' only In tneokittral tlmttnn.
the earth and close-up photographs of the moon new for burial' JlfKftOMIIJ.K' Nw JoM-ph P Hurley of thai\ document' the U C,IK) at the l mtlfkat ...t. hut pia! tn by being. put Into"
prattle* l"hrt tUn Ufa.
concepts and Ideas are being introduced into the curriculum Father John H. Dunn. registration In alt CatholIc a inter early this month t\>|>* stated "W* think'" that *r.n L'nlwntUy\ Father KnhU 1"7. th.
1turl1..1
In
of school OS.A. of Wa hnclon.! DC.wa achoiJa In the I)>utfte of He. pariah'' 1'I1ft" of It U a duly today fur the earned Ma. d"U li>r.l* inaiiuirum the
our ggi- \,. Criunh to 6> 11t'ftM awaretMfM.lhat ... .ubjM'] of the Church and
iVncon. Father Richard\ Augustine -wilt lAb place. dun t uvrvlna rouse. wrote In U" .
IU .\tI")
Probably the must notable M Ptunkett of Merhanlcvllto' tog the last week ut August, rJ.! she smut hays" of TN. kMq (hatwlb. .Hf of the, trwith. tie modern.
then,. In echoot subjects I* ... New' York WM sutateseew .Ka.. Jtf"a' tM. !'ft''C.' 'oa ( t.b. ,. ...; .Ile. ... hrf.. of, .be.,|.,...run .. of .IYtK. .se A.>>igtuLne tired wtwltNselw j
a..n ut '\M livid. of mathe 'Te rl InnlIhr. .... truth" which ah* t. Uw ***!.,11" ,. .. J
"on '
!
r/W' rM .
ther .
.
J and .fMtvt \' rural
ma tics.OtUdrea. .... FVaori* are end niaUHUan, and of her iota.. '
peator'of'pue Jjxty't-l O<**l The announcement was tn"l* *h MHt nin* North Amen } .
carnal ('II Staten her Father VortlmeItanaher. > help MH lha. I. the atnn. In the w ........ .laj Talk* J. )'e"U"r un-h. by .. -- -
!> < To aiv-
elk M-hooU IN the r toee.* of Iibrtd. {preached' the aermon.TrtOH dkx-enan director cthup. f rsk/enr. fur Priests. wed are Fr. Benfivogfi'o
HI. .'.(..(!.. are .brlaf loKUted present In the sane.lusty .- ... *t'ertalnly.' .we cannot hope 'log of awareness, Ih* Itsvrernetanen.kai rufful" ".."..,. -imlle' sith
1.le this. sew Ireo4 Utathrioffrlra Wy were Mon.1 lirnor lYantin fur the l.**l reulu/ from any resting on IN t varlmM fluman unlver.
hy sew test. X. Delaney of Kutenlubnd. Father Hanaher !. prep.,. mnemiftt unitIt la per- aubjert of the Chwrrh. II. ReesIr'ek.r.d. mourns motherin
lag a Mreilag the. lesther.St paid trlbtiu lo th*
a4 flhoda of tearblas. New York. Father pealed _|th tM 10". uf Sol manyerh.lars
sew" .
krtrk
lb.
erted In mathematics educe.lion. lb.. lltareM al .nl.h.pales who In rvcnt >e.efhav. I.
Paula close friend .
,
VonljnwrWlfiUm awl tK* lose t fellow man Pennsylvania
During thia pact year V. O'Cmwir FatherJohn lll.h Mrhml. I* (kited.. Our Indian. and Netrw fett.w shaded murk itMly |4iIhM I .kaavery .Ikfe week, FalhefKhk
.. Thursday, .,..>.( x7. al I fleM. > user.* lo I'M Ma fr.wIi.
rounes In nnxlern math were l'r. )f..II"", who la a realM L. Hrarr OH.A. of Ovic |.JB ..MeOn men i.e..| tat tai aN .Wy t..... ........." ........ I. ..."'. .M.' n"\Lk, reawyl.
offered' to an students In the drat .( _t holy Ile4eeoierprih former pnrrtnclal of the tr .e4ura4l. and I...... era The er*.*MWl. r..orll) !... al a llf whoa (real *te.lawer taU. ,- W,.. Mary ItonItft
Catholic' school system la TaoiMi| ha wrllteoeveral mWlwertrrn provtnc*: and Father that tar the firs afcm ..- l I.kjym..... bu .**, at. 4 eras& h* ....., wilt hare. r.olHlMa.in lahl.g. ..Ur. I I. IMl ."", .....1""' ihMhef Sit Paths
throughout the Dtore**. .......lIn Imokafar Henry K Greenle* OS A. ..,m be held In W Charles! I Ic'"bun 'don. \" lie ......-.. ky she a* .. Se in*!*. ,|| IkU.. ttmt. |. .ro.| Much has been said and eleo. .aurf, aeeoo4ariran4 of R wtDont. Pennsylvania, h \vaoUce vi lt I'aMU wMHiwill ... Pope ....... 11 .... thai. I*<'.***. o| lit AtifUwUrw, died
written about current methods r.llc* ..114...*. former prior of the eastern The dlnrevan arhool d&r.e- ltl of teachlr.f malhematk provlnc tor hat asked peters< to ad 1 tma Itbettjr (If lit* children. ofGod. tleoa. a. Mailer Mill. NM4M be lee aoMlrm of the ValkantOHinrlt ParhMoner of Hlt I **
Dr. Francis J. flatter etli Although modern math- Father Fasts *....... .... vise prinrlpala. to hold refliatratlon I ," hf Ik* .....||. ; led, ilealh. ofJhn ....... f It rt' 'rX Hi |**<."r>ur I.
tortal advisor and conaulunt mates la a relatively new ....r..n for nw fupila on II. rerucnmetwlMl to Cat" XXIII soil the .t.llf" and other frWrwte' throufhfiutth .
wish show
to the Growth In Arithmetic field, Dr Mueller's tint hank eltesded- the JI--. fanllle Monday August J/. or Tue :.4 umkrtuodlnit. and hart. Sec City /f rV(. r.Ml. VI': and. In* I....... lute tilaniltlthetr .
Series used In diocesan Arithmetic: Its Structure and day Autvcl 15 or Wedges I r I led, collMikin for the Tea rectory t..U1HU'1N| of ........ John "'J..lh". to I'aihfItonilvoKflit
schools. has long been Inter* T.1 N rA, pe. S After th* w... h* was bur rlaf August :st rliafl. and leans roUatno. ti N* Miwan anti 111......1)1laalwth .t..xi Keartna of
r.r:;:. ", m'tun.;y>fc') "i '*--,.' mUaie -.r..r.... _. building begins ityley. ......,. th* sleuth. of .hU. prnl
;";;.:r Wale. .h..*> wa away Irene rather, 14 nll"ogt'|.. lfa...Mto
UT. .ltUT., K, --o,. t .lit. |"*rr. .* KatSer Kohl fVtil.u"... thla wekami
was aww.. let Nui.laay await. eke Nta.N. a Wlgn/n+ate. he the "" offs.>| |K* 'UIWU'| MMon
i1i Inc fat IM ftew rvevwy .H )My. taoitathrr ,.......,, August 1 II.1 lit
('..,*lr.l 11rt.h The "eM.MkKtlotf K..hlr. a r....h. ofw4 .M Mary ,$tar of Ih* ft.*
led ,*. .. Maaa, (hale" oe 4Jkllea' ..e... was ...,u-t .by a f...*v.Mlimfrom a* 1917 tar tnt l*..*o* Th* .Ijr1l. WM .M its- ptrUft. tem,
t t .: tie .'*"' .. lo tie Tr.o* ..dSosei.n. lath plot .! IM. ..."
try blunt .*.* l M hue ... UM PbtsUiral<< N. J.sepldnuoeM 'M"thl.ldr." *.. .w.l.tD'

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ThA7loT :la ,Catholics Friday. August 14,11 f -

> e.; '... 1' \;r s1 T.vyo Berltldidfin! .s New deanery chairmen
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make profession;
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Florida Reports at St.. Leo AbbeySAINT listed, for DCCW year

Marius .. ... .,....... C'..... .. ('.".,,-
Len Frater .. II.'F
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St. Petersburg OrlandoKof 4IIIivJ. Piazza O.S.B-. Ft. Lauderdale W._,...SIMs. .r11..n fwd... ....,... ,.. ....-... CII. ... w.. 1h4 ....

Transfiguration CKnights Florida, and Frater President Historian

Plans are being made for of Columbus, Our Augustine Irvin OS.B. Atlanta Mrs., Charles Ockelmann Mrs. Harold Layette

the annual get acquainted Lady Of The Lakes Council } Georgia, made their 1324 2nd St. 2306 Valencia Dr.

parish picnic and a dessert 5150, Orlando, held Installation ; solemn professions as Benedictine Sarasotal..Pre.lde.1 Sarasota
of officers Tuesday evenIng f0 Monks before Abbot Home ant School AMorlatioa'
card party to be sponsored by _f\\ ] \
the Women' Guild of Transfiguration August 4, 1064. William Marlon O.S.B. and the com- Mrs. Furman J. Medlin Mrs. Mary Dorn
parish. Sykes, District Deputy of District munity In the Abbey church: 8041 Shepard St. 713 Thurburg St.

The picnic will be held on 6, Installed George Ray d on August 8. A unique aspect Sarasota Sun CityInternational

Sunday, September 13, from as grand knight. James Hillman of the ceremony was that it Recording Secretary andInter.AmeNesn

1 to 6 p.m. at Gladden Park was installed as deputy n 1II was In English.It Mrs. Max Bender Relations

which Is located on :30th Avenue grand knight I* a revlHlon of the for 1675 SlesU Dr. Mrs. Edward Knob
between 38th and 40th Other officers Installed tI.M aver Latin/ ceremony. SarasotaCorresponding 441 Mahon St.
Streets. were: chancellor: Robert SecretaryMrs. Sarasota

The deuert card party will Pleus; recorder, Richard Fur- Before coming to St. Leo In Margaret Grlgg Legislation'

be held Saturday, September bush; finance secretary 1IjIIi& June I960, Frater Msrlus 371 Midwest Parkway Mrs. Frank Nutto

26 at 1 p.m. in the social hall. Robert Conover, treasurer : graduated from St. John's Sarasota 420 Golden Gate Point

Both events are open to Herman Sechweers; lecturer, University I Collegeville, TreasurerMrs. Sarasota
all the members of the Pariah Patrick Faquette; advocate, Minnesota. He spent a year In John Parker
and LiteratureMrs.
and their friends. Jim Aberwald; warden, Mathematician resides in Tampa parishDr. the novitiate and made hU 1305 20th St West Library. Romeyn Utley

George Volkman; organist, profession of temporary Bradenton .
149 S. Pan American
Tampa Robert Jamison; guards, Paul Francis J. Mueller, noted math. Susan and John will attend Most Holy vows. In October, 1961, he ParliamentarianMrs. Blvd.
Perpetual Help Curtin, John O'Hare, Paul went to San Anselmo, the In- Daniel Brown
ematics author lecturer and consul Redeemer school in VeniceOrganisation
parish Tampa Tamisol St.
College
Relnig, Steve Sawickl; and ternational Benedictine 2586
Sister Marl.of Ann SS.N.D, trustees, John Leitch, James tant, U pictured above with hit wife this fall, where Susan will use a mathematics In Rome, Italy, for his Sarasota and
of
principal Our Lady Per.
Nasle, Frank BonnioL and children, from the l left, front row, text for which her father theological studies. His first ApontoUte ol Public Opinion DevelopmentMrs.
petual Help Academy, Tampa
will represent SSND schools Lantana Susan, 10, John, 5, and back row, Dr. served as consultant Francis Jr. has return home was July, 1961. Mrs. Paul Palmeter Silvia Conarree

In the South at the School Retreat HOUM and Mrs. Mueller and Francis Jr., 15. attended Jesuit High School in Tampa He Is spending the summer 322 Talbot St Brollier, Rt. 2,

Sisters of Notre Dame Educational A retreat beginning on Fri. Of course children's ages are "mathe since the family moved to Florida two months before returning to Venice Palmview Rd.
Charities andFureigu Palmetto
of the Catholic
Rome Instructing some
Conference at WaterS day evening and ending on matically arranged, Dr. Mueller noted. years ago. Relief
monks in philosophy of na Publicity and Public
down, Ontario, August 17 to .
has been
Monday afternon and Miss Ella Schramm .
21. ture, philosophy of man, RelationsMr. ,
planned to take place over the advanced ethics. 2101 1st St. Karl Burning
Bishop Joseph F. Ryan Labor Day weekend at the Tampa author lecturer discusses to Sarasota
Prater Augustine came 1154 Idlewild CtRt
Bishop of Hamilton, will olX"nthe
Cenacle Retreat House. Numerous
conference with Mass in St. Leo in 1959. He studied Civic Participation 2, Box 54 B
the requests have been received two years at St. Bernard Mrs. Stanley Hytrek
Reports
Ontario
Motherhouse for a retreat lon.rthan modern mathematics in educationConcepts Hernande Ave.
chapel Delegates will attend the usual week-end one. Seminary, Alabama, and completed 421 Mrs. James O'Donoghue
of Sarasota
the final two
years 2543
departmental meetings where Tulip St
As a result, Father Malcolm
college at St. John's University Civil Defense Sarasota
problems will be analyzed McOulnn C.P. of the Passion- gram This enables the more Important to other subjects Collegeville, Minnesota, Mrs. Charles Maddox
current trends studied, and tilt Retreat House will direct published In 1054!) teachers to learn new methods ," Dr. Mueller said. In 1963. He will continue his 3333 gel> Ave. Resolutions
future goals set The exchange this retreat for the women contained much of the material while maintain Mrs. William Schultz
they their "Prychologtsts, economists, theological studies at St. Bede Siesta Key
of of Ideas and reports and girls beginning Friday now considered part of teaching positions Dr. Mueller linguists are all Introducing Abbey Peru, Illinois.Dominicans Committee on Cooperating 150 E. Wentworth St
investigations
will affect evening, September 4, at fIp.m. modern math. said.There. modern math into their with Confraternity of Englewood
the educational policies of the and ending at 413 Monday Since that time, Dr. Mueller 1s a need for mathematics fields. Christian Doctrine Bureau
Speakers
have
School Sisters of Notre Dame
all over the world. afternoon September 7. has made numerous contributions educators,** l>r. Mueller "Mathematics Is no longera Mrs. Leo D. Ecker M,.. Edger DuPont

The School Staten of Inquiries concerning the to periodicals, has continued. "A few years study c/f just 'numbers and provincial 422 Eagle Village Box 1444
Dame staff four Notre retreat, as well as other activities been a consultant for several ago, there were mathematicians form.' Mathematics Is now a new 4710 14th St. West Holmes Beach
school In at the Cenacle Retreat school systems throughoutthe and there educa
this Dlucete were study of 1t'llem--est.ml involving DU WQL'E. Iowa (C- Bradenton
: Our Lady ofPerpetual House, may be directedto country, and has appeared tors, but today we find the a set of elements, abet Father Gilbert J. Graham Conciliation and Rg-laws Spiritual Development and
Help and Christ
the Retreat Office, 1400 as a guest lecturer at two fields combined." Retreats
the In of assumptions and a act OP. has been elected provincial Mrs. Helen Vert It k
King Tampa; St. John South Dixie (Route 1)) Lantant colleges and universities and Mrs. Robert Wilson
and Notre A quick glance at the doctor' of operations on (or thingswe of the Dominican province R.R. 2
Dame
EL Petersburg Beach.Academy In -JUstlce< 22334 at gatherings of mathema book shelf, which contains do with) these elements." of St. Albert the Great PalmettoFamily 3320 27th St Wet

Satellite Beach ticians. not only I mathematic. which takes in IS midwestern Life and Parent Bradenton

Union Park Sister Mary Raphael Brown Dr. Mueller has most recently texts but also books In child In noting the difference between states and two foreign mission Kd ant Ion-Traffic Safety Youth and Vacation Camps

The Mass schedule for Sundays of Satellite Beach will receive completed a book on psychology', bears out the au traditional anathematie territories. Mrs. Philip Hauensteln Mrs. Roger Mashke
has been changed to 10 the habit of a Sister of Provl- modern math for parents. The thor's Interest In this new and modern math Dr. P. O. Box 1052 1965 Georgia Ave.
am. at the mission on Hast dence on August IS at St. books, to be published some field. Mueller ha* said that the oldnmthematlra Father Graham, 42, nCio Holmes Beach Englewoud

Highway W. Mar y-of.the-Woods, I ndlana.Postulants time next spring, will "put Last summer, Dr. Mueller enrrlcnlnmtreuifd I reeds Father John K. Marr
.
modern math in layman's worked with the National the "how" the new O.P* who served two terms

the ceremony participating of investiturewill In terms," Dr. Mueller has said. Aeronautics and Space Administration .lre...e.. She '..,.' as provlarlaL Coming events
St. Petersburg
enter wearing their postulant "It will be Informal) and In cooperationwith 'For simple equations," he The province of SU Albert
uniform Instead of the light and be the United States Department said, 'It be a toss-up as the Includes Tkl. ..!... .... ,..... ....'11.. .Mtal .....,. sad .*..*.
breezy may Great
bridal com- of Education In more than a. .... rase 1esa ......... "...... ...... "'.... ........ wUl
gown which has been anenled.This to whether the 'old' approach 400 Dominican Priests, 150 .. ........
the runem for many years.Jacksonville preparing a new type of text. Is any better or worse than seminarians and 75 brothersin
Edouard C. CrtlgCefttatfor summer Dr. Mueller, book. the "new. this and in Lagos CCD training course, Jack. yule Blessed Trinity Wom
country
.tti Dishilvt.r Alerwyn Thos ,of Jacksonville took his wife and three children Th book. In which the "When It comes to higher Nigeria, and Las Pax. Bolivia. sonvllle, Christ the King. en's Guild sponsor.
r. will pronounce final on one of his lecturing; teaching of grade I trips. The Muellers went to mathematics la oriented tober 23-25, St.Joseph parish
VJls Metal Ceramic" vows on August 10 at Holy"" toward or linking/ in these basic l notions first duties will be to travel to CCD training course Cocoa
Vermont where Dr. Muellerwas spare exploration la Palm Bay.Annual.
Cross College with advanced mathematics Sokoto Nigeria, for the Our Saviour to 31.
and Meiafe Tiles Washington. the guest lecturer at the entitled What's Up There con. August 17 bazaar, Ascension
tl7.f4fhSt.tt 347-4101. D.C., the theological seminaryof the advantage Is serration of one of the
provo ''
National Science Foundation Opening of schools In Diocese Eau Gallic, November
the Holy Cross Fathers. I>r. Mueller wrote the first rlrarly on the side of themodern ince's members, Monsignor pariah
Institute. of St. Augustine, September 21.
chapter ef the new book Involving viewpoint" Edward T. Lawton OP. as
The Institute 1.Pariah.
was held at
Space travel and
apace Misuse stalls modern first Bishop of that missionary
J, l.. ie0ardh.tid.nf the Burlington.The University. of Vermont ..U.... math are ,mboll ef the region.A picnic September St. Petersburg

tome thing: man's progress, native! of Dorchester 13. 1 to S p.m., Gladden Park.
Tampa mathematician He feels that the new emphasis which gallops forward at an Massachusetts, the new pro.vtncial 30th Avenue, St. Petersburg,
also spoke at Syracuse University on apace travel has influenced accelerating rate. graduated from the Transfiguration Women'sGuild

New York State. many school sub "Its effects: may be trying! Catholic University of America sponsor.Dessert ALPINE

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decision struck down I The Florida Catholic Friday August 11. 1 '

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feve'
God's world .'M

Cardinal Spellman criticizes .



supreme court upholding smutDENVER Tolerance yields right to be wrong


: Is virtue (HH!.given right lo be honrsl
(NC) Francis Cardinal Spellman has the pornography Industry r "J"'lLERASCf a If wrong.

I criticized the United States Supreme Court for a "shock- and Intended to keep "moral 1 much honored In speech

ing decision" on morality and has pledged for a "vigorous ly offensive" mail from being but frequently violated In Tolerance 1s by no means
lather limited to matters of religion.
counterattack" delivered to homes.! practice.
the nation. against obscenity mushrooming throughout "I lone the freedoms of Tolerance Is the ability to Len J. Our tolerance .U tested every

It Is shocking when we America as much: as any man View with sympathetic under l time we meet with someone

The Archbishop of New realize that 75 to 90 per rent and I would risk my life to standing and to permit with Tn' hone opinions or way of life

York said the victims of of the materials peddled by defend them he said. 'But, out recrimination the honest or likes and dislike are at

spreading pornography are th In opinion freedom of variance with our own.
*;e perverted profiteersfalls my errors and the differing
.the young boys and girl e>tour Into the hands of unwaryyoung the press was never Intendedto opinions of other person. Whenever we find ourselves

nation whose innocent people." afford protection to> the Mater Dei CommitteeThe Tolerance comes Into an\tunwhenever becoming Involved In a heat
hearts, minds and souls are s ed argument we can be quite
The Cardinal charged that shameless; profiteering, degraded we" encounter a WIIIP
being deliberately corruptedand Mater Del Association of Daytona Beach certain that our Intolerance
merchants of filth. "
two recent "ominous" decisions J't'1'I01Of" a group who disagrees U obliged In follow thatrcnuclence.
diabolically diverted of the U.S. Court "re- will hold a dinner dance on August 15 at the Daytona with us son and Cod will Is showing A tolerant person

from the noble purposes for fleet an acceptance of degeneracy Cardinal Spellman adtorated Plaza Hotel Mrs. Richard Houghton left him In accordance with may argue and argue force
which) they were created by that alt Amerkans Join of the Tolerance nasal not he con. judge fully but always with courtesy
and the beatnik decoration chairman: event makes final the fidelity with which' he
Gctt" U a crusade agalntt oboo<<..1I. fused with InJIfffrfwe. .
mentality of the standard plans with Joseph' Huffman president of the As lltes tu sincere beliefs,
+ In Iowa andVllUte up
Paganism of this sort Is Ijr every rite OMIy' enough It usually U
way of life. and Mrs. Hill chairman There Is taste disparityI.1veen Title lying mIt follows
nothing new," the Cardinal of the .....1', ". sociation Ray of the din a the person who Is unsure of
Isi rrssad. that will deal a m..rUl .. ner dance the till I" ImUffvr- that we may not deny to a
told the Grand Aerie com'en- approving. the book his own position who Is most
el"I.l I. the altitude' of a the right t.. profits the
ir- man
tion banquet (August 6)) of Tropic ti( Canrer" five mrmbr Mow. to this powerb. likely to exhibit ranror to
whkh he belies,.
IIof"ho ha no strong n" rellgkm in
the Fraternal Order of of the cued la a In.. .f purnugrspbr, rearilrm the want tlwwe, who" disagree
Motion of his 0''", II. flmU long M his religious prsctires -
Eagles. "Obscenity, pornography jorlty. drrUloM Mruck downruling Wean of the family and oar ae with him. Ily the violence" of
It to t. Indulgent towards do Interfere with
I*
saliclous literature of C'OlIr' In severalstate. yore people sad |,re wru Holy Father urges youthto easy his attack he tries to short
of rights ofether
vertety viewpointshecauMe the corresponding,
whatever you may call It-I* Inrlidlng Illinoisrlorlda the strong traditions of a free up his own uncertainty.Tolrranre : .
he ba. no UKtn of people or threaten the
p
.\.. ..
a two billion dollar a and >rwork whrre
year be proud of their work his own to defend tlwttn'stt ....ud.lTnklfturtat..t. |I. th* mark. et a
racket In the United State It the book had been tl..N4'd as
\Ve to that hUtory
must return the rharseler.With .
We ha\e to he especially strung
,ll and cb
Is promoted and peopled by <'t'D"" the pre
righteous standard of thinking r.rer"lI.. Ntween of religion U filled with tragic
distinguish -
Unscrupulous profit seekers. late Mid. and personal conduct CASTMAlANDOI.lt) (NC)-Pope Paul VI in a message toli-caix. and, Indlffereiws examples I of Intolerant: his fret solidly'\ plant'

Their judgment of morality whkh our parents and forebears to a rally of Young Christian Workers in Strasbourg In the field of rellghwu' l Protestants l"rllft'ul..l byCatholics. ed his ronvktKws: firm and

JACKSONVILLEiC'aNocAIf has been Imposed on the people were careful to InntlllIn urged them "above all" to be proud of belongingto The religious .IndlfferrntUtwillingly Catholics preecut'ell his principles steadfast, the
their children the world cf work. He said and Jews tolerant man ran afford to Nsgvnlle
their Protestants
of the United States as they perpared organization had places all religionson l by

Cardinal Spellman nald. them for life In a given a new word to pop. the same level hecsuM' herixes |x r'evuted by II\.t h. towards' those who

"Such a shocking decision Indicated grownup world," the Cardin. ular language: Jocist. rsphy and In Its Mltt r1.J'ilrtl'lp.nt. .* not believe that there I.a U rontradkt oprnwe him. Tolerance )"
I U thai one of .
It
expvrtrd contributes, too, to avery
a great Indifference to at said. The word, meaning Young from 14 Kuro: truly of divinely revealed t the great /frnll of the nl aUracU"uon.llt.Y'.
the principles of decency and "We mast preserve a lean countries met there for truths, 'shkh.11 men ought
Christian U taken
Worker '
..salon of .Ik'an t'lmnrll II Another finds U hard to r..
-099 ftmi morality the strong right genuine reepect for rudely. from the Initials of the nrganlsatlon's > four slays last week to aulMrrltw.To altlrmailosjnf .
be .
will a klrung ski us when we show our
of the framers of and a profound reverence for flaps Paul urged. the young
arm the
> -t1
l French name. the liMMfferenll. !. ooem.n' .1 Ik. kw
... ..w the InvktUMIItjr aches willing to listen to and
Put H* > I which God. has winkers. let "
the peter to
"
Constitution of our United power 1'1'
Frt "drop .rr t. flilnM\.. human -It U jour title ef nobility, also ulnunm" rellglwn Is as gund asanother's man ron.rlrnce of ....'. anxious to understand. hit
States. placed in every bring, he said Neapivilnlment, | Invoice '
Gu-OIl-l..raU l.olod.d.Joseph ivo mansreligion
point r>f view. III.VII
Marsfls, Mgr The Cardinal! also criticized making men and women collaborators seep Into their ssul4.l.4 .Is dlvln. Hellgkttiatruths
vehemence lessens
with !Him In thoI'rlvUf'tff'd '"Nlrlte 47 to be as he sees
the highest court of New every On
353-7419 -. shot all keep. | Iet..1y..r at. as relative .. are Mary our evident' regret that we
task of More worthy of Hearing II.
York state, the Court of bridging
.
.
234 W. ForiYth Sh peals. He declared; "We cannot Ap- new life Into the 'urM," he Never fntgrl that the J.O.r. to |>rM. In h..lt>mm( to the p4st forms of oi>| .*lngpolitical m',1t II
accept there court decisions continued first of all aM shove all a* she ....1.' of wmk.,** ke r o parties hrs. sis tn n'nvey their teaching our manifest wtlllninea to

p quietly and without! "In terms of direct action! BH..iullc MoirMrat," be ado .mmrndml.The !. "'.Ir..t I* l.dU(.r."c., on Mary In others they r slmig with him a. far at

Dine Atff reservation If this nation is I urge all to refuse to support t,Iced.. IV>|* said the Church rellals.. Inlri.1.!(... operates srwuhl .tt"h.tel. Hr1jM ire we' ran.Tolerance.

to sur\\e.| These decisions dealers who traffic In pornography eowouralreel l theist "f ro(" Paul akw paid tributeto nothing lea than the appllc-
lies I-J. wttteain a prefaces te>
Impose the This U not a welcome that draws clueer..
upon us men
responsibility
TTcSn the founder of the metament Th* tolerant man adheres new volume of a Marian' en lion of the patience, the char**
r for method thee. days, hut this .bi matter of Indif-
immediate gether a
continuous
Monsignor Joseph CardUn. to a t..ty of divinely revealed tytopnlla.ranitnol. tr soul the forbearance: ofChrlat
and universal action approach may be the onlyweapon (new-e to It. l
\ and Ms "cwttaglwM fans and' whkh heh
ixinclptiU Bea, |>ce.M r.t. of .
yw olnlig1tALW4 Cardinal SpeUman said he the interpreters of dor" He Christian "workIng ) Ms W '
urged to unrKangeaMy the Vatican necretarUle" for
\ the law hoIIdt to and
Is us
/ heartened by a bill approved The Pope referred to the youth to Misty kgMalt\ true always and for every- rmrMilng ChrUtUn" Unity
the only language Beach
July 21 by the House perhaps understand Onceit meeting place. ftrasfewtrg, that Cfmretna them: "rrorueft -. pete. At the Mine time herirogitlaee shim i,,4i la mil that. the Daytona

of Representatives aimed at ome becomes people clear to the nelghborhood as "the city whose Kuropestn ., daringly, prarlfoal' anpltmtWina that another rwr-- ,.......;. Yiunrlls '1nrlu.WMt of

s JAOCSONVUnIIUBTThunderbird shopkeeper the connet >'>('II tk"n seems to lie written whether they twv IIItft may l e Ignorant i>f ttu.. a draft propel un Mary asa

news dealer and the kcat from the outset In its gevg. tern hunlnesa, the school, the truths, may mtMtns.l on Welcome TravtttrtPurnihir

..d 1 family" ,them may qu..tk" >n or deny the Chviirh .la benericlat to .

Alilal At( drug will ue store It, then owner the purveyors that we *U .Is 'In the ebhorstlnn nf them" 'In ....I l I I'''h. the ..II *. of Christian unity Path ,1\4) ,.tt. SpWaH'eaWr ,
Cardinal/ /
ISTAUIIANT of filth will t* dealt a stunning denies a sort cif autute of the young No one can I t... eiported) to The advantage he tndl-. aa"." u,,'St hive

Serving D Kcioui and maybe even fetal KuroxNin: | workers that you ctept anil' Wlleve" what he rates, Is that "without too Aluileua"

blow. the Cardinal said. stale take over will\ nuke ynur rontrHujtUm. sate! nut "know t... d...s flat many wnrils the central push HIt"..., I Ormoftd bolt

STEAKS He urged' those in responsible nod In a spirit of demanding visor Kven: God il...es not cv.let lion of the IUeMe| Virgin ran

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her children and place decency that the government will but o/ ranstrurtlkeeffklenry Mlete,. However mistaken ramflakar.
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"""" uuuu before sensationalism take over fit John Medical ( he tuna may pea s p Mr gimt
printed In the review Illm-
and profit"New College 'In ftangalore
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founded Valerian
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the encyclical termed. Church's: goal L



THE Florida Catholic invite it* after he was named Archbishop of Following; .la th e text of an further delay 1 venerable owes the credit for Its greatest Lord to give us the Inspiration which can threaten damage or

to study in full the first Milan he took the offensive against English translation of the encyclical brethren that there are,three gifts to Christianity Itself but and the..streng4t for the ruin to mans conduct (cf. Mt.

encyclical of Pope Paul VI: Ecclesiam communism in the Lombardy region of Ecclesiam Suara of thoughts which continually In recent times, has come to task. 28 '41)). Thus It Is easy to
Italy. He addressed an audience which Pope Paul VI outlining three disturb our heart when we the point of separating and discover In the Gospel continuous
Suam (His Church).
was almost! 100 per cent communist and paths for the Church today. reflect on the exalted responsibility detaching Itself from the 1Awareness appeal to rectitude of

The encyclical is being presented stated that they were being duped by Jesus Christ founded which contrary towhat Christian foundations of its thought and action.
In this and succeeding editions. SINCE we desire and out of all culture.: Another and larger Was this not perhaps the
the lies of communist leaders.
Technically speaking an encyclical Church to be the proportion to what we deserve part of the world extends to theme of the Precursor's
Few Popes in the history of the loving mother of all men and providence has willedto the boundless horizons of We think that It Is a duty preaching by which the pub-
Is official letter from the
an Pope Church have had the experience In the dispenser of salvation, Jt entrust to us. those who are termed emerging today for the Church to deep lie phase of the Gospel begins
usually dealing with subjects of cur diplomacy that Pope Paul hu had. He nations. But, taken as a en the awareness that she ? And did not Jesus
la obvious why she has always We bear the responsibility
rent interest. More important how was only 25 years of age when he was > of ruling the Church of whole, It la a world "...hlchott.rs must have of herself of the Christ Himself call for the
ever is the fact that our Holy Father named attache at the Papal Nunciature been specially loved and Christ because we hold the the Church, not one treasure of truth of which Kingdom of God to be received

I speaks to us u the successor of Peter in Warsaw. He rose to the position of cherished by those with the office of Bishop of Rome and but s hundred forms of possible she 1s heir and custodian and Interiorly? (Mt. 17,21))
glory of God and the eternal contacts of which some of her mission in the world. His
and the Vicar of Christ on earth. When Vatican substitute secretary of state consequently the office of Is not whole pedagogy an
he speaks tow by way of an encyclical in 1914 and secretary of state In salvation of men at heart, successor to the blessed Apostle are unimpeded and beckoning Even before proposing for exhortation and Initiation to,
pro sensitive and particular question,
it is Christ speaking to us through 1952, a position he held until 1958 among whom as is fitting, Peter the bearer of the (complex, some and are unfortunately and study even any before consideringwhat the Interior life and moral Psychological
the vicars of master keys to the kingdomof awareness conscience
Christ
Pope Paul. Christ undoubtedly chose on earth.
when he was elevated to Cardinal and in these days many are hostile attitude to assume before are both called by
Peter as the first Pope because of his appointed Archbishop of Milan. vast numbers of Bishops and Christ God,who the vicar made of of the him same the Impervious to friend the world around her Christ to a simultaneous maturity
natural ability to lead and the Priests and a wonderful host the Church In this moment
dialogue.
great There was little doubt in the minds supreme shepherd of his ly as a condition for receiving
force of his personality. God's grace of Catholics throughout the world that of saintly Christians have worldwide flock.Interior Thus we meet what has must reflect on herself to : the divine gifts of
builds on nature. Pope Paul was Cardinal Montini would succeed Pope been conspicuous. been termed the problem of find strength !In the knowledge truth and of grace, as ultl
chosen It will then the dialogue between the of her place In the divine mately befits man. And this
to be Pontiff because of his long John. He was an outstanding church not seem ChurchThe
experience and his outstanding leader strange to anyone that, In addressing Church and the modern plan; to find again greater awareness of the disciple will
man, an experienced diplomat, a fear to the world this first ls thatthis world. This Is a problem light new energy and fuller later become his recollection
ship. less foe of communism a man of God first thought which It be for the joy In the fulfilment of her
encyclical after our elevation is the hour in which the will council (cf. MU 26 75; Lk. 24, 8, Jn.
Pope Paul has achieved wide recognition with the qualities of Peter and the In Cod's Inscrutable design, Church should deepen Its to determine In Its vastness own mission; and to determinethe 14, 26; 16 4) of what issue

for his unrelenting battle against heart of Christ to the pontifical throne, we consciousness of Itself In and complexity and to best means for making had taught and of what had

communism. When he speaks on communism The Florida Catholic is privileged should turn our thoughts with which It ought to meditate on solve, as far as possible to more Immediate, more efficacious taken place around Him; It

in his present encyclical he to be the instrument for bringing i its love and reverence towards that mystery which la peculiar the best of Its ability But Us and more beneficial mankind'to her will develop and grow ?In understanding

speaks u one who has been in the readers in such close contact with the Holy Church. Consequently, h to It. In which It ought to existence and Us urgency are contacts: with who He was and
we propose to ourself In this. examine, for Its own enlightenment such as to create a burden on which she belongs even what He taught and did.
front line of this battle. Six months Vicar of Christ
encyclical: the task of show and for Its own de- our soul a stimulus, a vocation though distinguished from it The birth of the Church

Ing more clearly to all men velopment a particular doctrine one might term. It, by unique, and unmistakable and the enlightening of her
Everybody asksCouncil the Church's Importance for which It already know which: we would wish both characteristics.: prophetic consciousness are
the salvation of mankind and and which It has formulatedand ourself and )you brothers, Indeed It seems to ua that the two characteristic: events
I her heartfelt desire that made known during 'thispast who arc iwejy not less experienced such an act of reflection can which coincide: with Penh

upholds essential tenetsI'VE Church and mankind should century.: : than we In this look to the, very manner cost Together they will pro.
meet each other and should apostolic anguish, to clarify chosen by God to reveal Himself greu: the Church In her or
come to know and love each That doctrine concerns the In some way in order to' pre to men and to establish ganlzatlon and In the develop
read everything I can hear Msss on Sunday; Communion other. origin of the Church. Us own pare ourselves somehow for with them those religious mint of her hierarchy and of

the Ecumenical I under one kind; the nature Its own mission, its the discussions and delibera bonds, of which the Church, the body of the faithful; the
Council. I am left wonderinghow conditions demanded of the own ultimate, destiny, a doctrine >
lions which we shall try, together la both the. Instrument and awareness. of her own voca.
much of the Church's r non-Catholic party to a mixed never sufficiently Investigated .
In the council to outline the expression. Because 1t,1 it1s lion of her own mysterious
teaching Catholics are sill! Frank J. tj marriage; Mass in Latin- Prologue and understood, Inasmuch in our treatment of a true that divine revelationwas nature, of her own doctrine:
bound to believe. these things vary enormously as It contains: the matter so weighty and com made "In many ways and of her own mission will accompany -
It's not only Protestantswho abed among themselves In gravity publication of a mystery, plex. by many means" (Heb. 1,1)) this gradual develop

talk like this, Catholicstoo but one thing 1 III commonto The paths of kept hidden from the beginning Surely you will notice that In a historical and Incontestable ment. This will be according
.r unless they are either them alb: the Church established of time in the all- this summary outline of our context, nonetheless It to:the desire of St. Paul"And
exceptionally Instructed or them, the Church creating mind of God In encyclical does not envisagethe entered Into human life I this Is 'my prayer for you;
totally unconcerned-have a j could change them. They the ChurchAt order that It may be made treatment of urgent and through ways proper to the may your love grow richer

feeling that they are about to were established because known through the serious topics which Involvenot word and the be torn from their moorings, llglons. Their Idea II so obviously they seemed beet In the clr Church" (Epb, 3, 9-10)). only the Church but humanity who communicates JI1I1\1 1IInt.rlorl" of Its knowledge and the

with none of the old land. right the Council so cumatances of a given moment the opening of the second This teaching Is a mysterious itself such as peace to, men by their depth of Us perception" (Phil.
marks left. Most of this U due obviously wise. that the wise ; they can be changed: If session of the Second storehouse or, In other among nations and among social listening to the menage of I. 9)).
to a misunderstanding, or Council must accept their In changed circumstancesthey : Vatican Ecumenical. Council words, a treasury of the mysterious classes, the destitutionand salvation! and by the act of We could express this Invitation
rather two misunderstandIngs right Idea. There's no pointIn no longer seem best As on the feast of St. Michaelthe plans of Cod which famine which still plilJeenUI" faith that follows and which In another way,
of what is actually goIng waiting for the Council to which-If any-of these Archangel of last year, are to be revealed through countries the rise of is at the beginning of our which we address to each of

on: the remalnler-w.11, actually to do it, the thing'sas changes will be made, the through the goodness of God the Church; It Is today more new nations toward Independence justification.: those who wish to receive U
we shall see. Church must decide. had the of than anything else conduciveto We should wish this reflection -that..
gtxid as done anyway.So we opportunity and civic progress, the to each of you venerable -
The first .1..flr.t..ISI.1 they tell It to the world. Aid the chugs war be mot speaking to all of you as you meditation for everyone currents of modern thoughtand on the origin and on the brother, and to your

te due t. the way the CouuU: The simple faithful are pussled. U the ..Ire..........., but laoar were gathered In the basilica who wishes to be a docile follower Christian culture, the sad nature of the new and vital followers, as also the "gather-
Its bees reported. But we should spare a ..4.r.U*>41ng .1 th... of St. Peter On that occasionwe of Christ and, to sn conditions of so many people relationship which the religion lag of the faithful" consideredas
prayer for the simple experts made clear our Intentionof even greater degree, for everyman and of so many segments of of Christ establishes between a whole, which: Is the
The Curia Is simply a cabinet jteadlng about rtba** matters As civilization progresses, addressing you also Ja. whom like ourself and the Church, where the very Cod and nan. to b*. Church.
through whom the Pop. the rulers of the Church see writing as Is C'Ullomar1'at.; you venerable brethren, the rights of free citizens and of onk*... art ot doauuy %. UM
..
-with no desire to teach the AM w' __Mtt..it. '
administers his immeasurably Church but a strong desireto certain' things differently' : the outset of each pontificate, Holy Spirit has appointed as human beings are being de words of the Divine Teacher all... to Make Ihl. .
complex function as be taught by Her-one gets seeing them differently they with brotherly and fatherly Bishops. to govern the very tiled the moral problems regarding spoken to His listeners, and ..4 sad roarloa a .. pro.fo of
apply revealed truth to them Church of God (cf. Act 20 U). especially to His disciples, art
head of a worldwide Church. the feeling that a lot of better words. In order to communicate birth, and so on. faith U Jesus Ckiiel Oar
He would tae. as crippled without men than oneself have had a differently We grow In to you some of the dominant From this enlightened and among whom even today, and .
a cabinet as would the rush of blood to the head. understanding of the physical: thoughts In our heart effective reallxation there World peace with. good reason, we ourself
President of the United I universe, obviously; but In which seem useful as practical :- arises. the spontaneous desireto like to be considered We should mark this mo.
States. Cabinets are composed There has bet some wild understanding of the psychological guidelines at the beginning compare the Ideal Image of Regarding the great and From among so many we ment of our religious life by
of men tone fulfill their task talk, but met by. the greatMhoUrt too. As the mind of of our service si the Church just as Christ universal question of world will choose one of the weightiest such: a profession of faith

better than others Dut unless sot bjr the 'oudl. man Ij better understood, the Pope.It sees It, wills It, and loves It peace, we say at once that we and most often repeated firm and resolute, though ak
the Pope U to do everything whole attitude on heresy .Is truly difficult for u* as His holy and Immaculate shall feel It specially Incumbent recommendations: made to ways humble and timorous,
himself, a Curia he must 1 have spoken of s "re changes Our Catholic ancestors to specify such thoughts because spouse (Eph. 5,27)), with the upon us not inertly to them by our Lord and which similar to the one we read
have. mainder not covered! by more or less sssumed we ought\ to derive them actual Image which the devote watchful: and understanding la IOU valid today for whoever about In the Gospel uttered

There Is Indeed a conflict either of those tnlsunderstandings. that unless you belonged to from the attentive meditation Church: projects today, faith Interest but also to wishes to be His faithful by the man born blind whose

a genuine conflict of minds. It Is the failure of the Catholic Church: you were of the teaching of God., we ful. through the grace of entertain a more assiduousand follower, namely vigilance. eyes Jesus Christ had opened
bout the relation between the leM-lnatructed to grasp a man of bad-will certain of ourself always keeping In Cod to the features which Its efficacious concern. This It Is true that this warningof with a goodness equal to His
the Curia through whom the what Is essential from what Is damnation. They would be mind those words of Christ Divine Founder imparted tot will be of course within the our Master has to do principally powerI do believe Lord.+

Pope works, and the Bishops not Itt the Church's teachingand horrified to hear of the Pope ")l)' doctrine Is not so much > and which, through the limits of our ministry and so with man's final destiny (In. D. W). Or that of Martha
of the worldwide Church. practice receiving the Archbishop. of mine as that of Him who sent course of the centuries the utterly divorced from purely be It proximate or remote In the same GoapelYHe
The detail of this profoundly Essential things are there Canterbury, We are delight me* (John 7,18)Irthtr.) Holy Spirit has energized and temporal Interests and strictly In time But precisely Lord. I have learned to be.
Important "debate" we shall because God put them there, ed. We see the circumstances we ought to apply our developed In a way which Is political forms but it will because this vigilance should Ileve that You are the Christ
read In works of theology and and the Church cannot wipe differently so do Pope and thoughts to the present situation more comprehensive and be eager to make Its contrlobuUon always be present and operative the Son of Cod. He who has

Its ultimate "issue will be In them out. But within that ArchbUhop We may be sure of the Church: at a time more in accord: to the Initial In educating mankindto In the conscience of the come Into this world (Jn,
the history QkJ. not In our Cod! given" framework of doc that their conversation was when both energy and toll concept of the Church and to sentiments and ways of 1.U.htulM".nt. 'It" determines Ii. 27)); or that specially dear
dally papers. trine end moral and worship not about the Archbishop's characterise Its Internal spiritual the nature of the human race acting contrary to violent hit everyday behavior char to us. of Simon who was laterto
the Church has been free to predecessor Cranmer, whom experience as well as Its which It .1s continually evangelizing and deadly conflict and In acterlstlc of the Christian lathe become Peter: "You are
The erredrlaadarta.> ..- make her own regulationsnd -* Catholics burnt; or about external apostolic efforts. Fi and elevating.But fettering rational and civilized work the Quirt, the Bon of the
lag arises. 4lff.ieily. .Is Joan Bother whom Crsnmer The Lord's reminder about
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therefore to unmake natty we ought not to Ignorethe the actual Image of the agreements for peaceful GodML It U).
them. burns relations between nations. vigilance U also made with Why do we have the bold-
All who have a pet Idea contemporary state of humanity Church Is never as perfect as
suddenly felt. that now la the Hut to one who dies not There are. of course, In the midst of which lover, as holy or as brilliant We shall also be solicitous reference to close and Immediate Bets to Invite you to this act
It realise this distinction some changes being suggested our mission Is be things, that la, to the of eccl-Utral. ) awareness
moment may be something to acconvJiltaned. as that formative divine Idea to help by proclaiming higher
they would like to see omitted of the Chang they Hear proposed both as regards Mlles and would wish It to .. Hence human principles that should dangers and temptations :CLEltIAN, Mtt page

from the Church's teaching sound like the end moral conduct: whkh go beyond But It la tvH our Intentionto there .,s.. the unselfish and serve to temper the passions

or practice, something There's clerical celibacy, foestance the disciplinary We express kleaa that are almost Impatient filed for and selfishness from which
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something th,,' thought up _._. the ecumenical council exists. defects which this conscience promote the rUrmonJow\ rela I *
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ben la the 15th century, the Apostle Paul w' should specially 5 The Florida Catholic Friday, Anpiftt 11., 194_

SuanrTHis doctrine concerning the call to mind one suggested

Church herself was studied by Christ Himself, that klence, with responsibilityand tilt legislation. of the Ckarch.

by eminent ac1\oJatl'and consequently of the edifice for which He Is rnerits. It U a problem ,.. f ,

made 'great pro the architect and the bulkier The pont-conclllar commissions
Inherent In those theological!
[ ChurchC..uae.d '
] gress. an edifice' Indeed founded on tealltlei which Rive meaningto especially the one Instituted -

( turn >... .) if we Iwplore' Him and llMeaI Suffice It for us here to refer a man who of himself weak our human life. for the revision of

To \Ma explicit though Interior Him. \.' fmlfU without fall to the teaching of the but who was miraculously Canon Law and already nomInated -

First Ecumenical Vatican transformed by Christ Into Without rtfrrrnr to the by us will formulateIn
act of faith? the promise .1 nrt.t: -ike
Council In this field to Uftdentand solid rock that l., endowed ti>ackla|* of ('krll and to the concrete terms the deliberations
Many are the la Holy Spirit whew the Fatherwill
reasons, how studies the with marvelous and everlasting HtaglMerlam .( the. bunk It of the ecumenical
our opinion and they all derive seed .. .jr M'C'..... will on
Indtfectlblllty: It Is la ImpoMlbl to peas judge synod.
from the profound and IB kl. tar Make everything Church are a subject that upon
claims the attention of pastors this rock that I will build my meat is Maa.W However It will be your
key demands of the unique plain, a ad recall to yo'rMlada
and 'teachers of the faith- Chul'<'h" (Mt IS), task, venerable brothers to
moment reached by the lift everything I have said cannot Judge hh nature,
If awaken In Indicate to the by
we can ourselves us means
ful and of all
Christiana.
of the Church. to yoe (Ja. I&. M). his primeval perfection the
Thus they are made to dwell such a strength giving which to render the face of
The Church needs to ruinous / of original
reflect We could make a similar! on a theme which Is a necessary feeling for the Church and Instill consequences our holy Church spotless and
herself.
on She needs to sin man's capacities for
discourse: concerning errors It In the faithful by profound youthfulBut
the leading
step on path
feel the throb of her own good his need for help to de-
which circulate even within and careful instruction let our determinationto
to( Christ and His work.
life. She must learn to know sire and achieve what U
the Church and Into which So much so that as has already ,, many of the difficulties which bring about such a reform
herself 4 of the
better if she wishes good the meaning
fall those who have but a been .said the Second today trouble students of eoctailology pres.ant be once again made manifest
to live her own life and his final end We
proper vocation partial understanding of Itsnature Ecumenical Vatican Council y 1 as for example, How l many times In centuries)
and to offer the those values
to cannot
world Judge
and of Its mission and is but a continuation and a how the Church can be at pant has this resolve been ..

her message of brotherhoodand who do not pay close enough complement of the first precisely once both visible and spiritual which man desire or control. ocUted. with the history of
of salvation. the criterion of perfectionand
attention to the documents of because of the task Incumbent :: at once free and subject the councils and so let It be,
She needs to p' sanctity and means and
experience divine Revelation and of the upon It to take up to discipline, communitarian once more. But this time It Is
Christ In herself of enriching life with
according) to ways
teaching body established by again for study and definition amt hierarchical already holy' not to remove from the
I the words of the the highest beauty and full-
Apotl; Paul:
Christ Himself. the doctrine dealing with the and still being sanctified, contemplative Church any specific heresies

May ChrUt find a dwelling Moreover, this need to consider Church. And If out of a desire\ ltd rr;: 1e and active scatsolved HM. desire know or general disorders which
A t
place through faith in strong <'
your for by thane who after by the grace of Cod do! not
In reflection things that brevity we say no more, J I
hearts" the of Christ U and
(Eph. 3. Ii). enlightened ways
being sound exist within her but
by
Inasmuch addressIng today,
are known. In order to contemplate as we are -
It Is known ought to remain ever
to all that the present
teaching experience the IIv rather to Infuse fresh spiritual
those who well
them in the interior are acquainted .
In the and Its discussion
Church has her roots deepIn mirror of his own mind. Is with this subject of .Ing reality of the Church her Church vigor Into the Mystical

mankind, that she is part characteristic of the mentality I. instruction and of spirituality Pope Paul VIcourse self. must always be. fruitful Body of Christ. insofar a* It
of it that she draws her and varied. As regards the

member from it. that she receives of modern man. His currently of wide Interest Ral above all the 01."..'. questions having la do with U a visible society purifying
It from the defects of
thought easily turns back throughout the Church, there manyof
up- will fortkrlrkH
from it precious treasures of time with such fore aU the StPaul' plrltaallty rom perfection fresh nourishmentIs
on Itself and finds certitude are two documents which we us rkh.f Its members and cumulating
." a4 oarUk4 kjr Ik. provided In the Church
of :culture that she suffers
and fullness In the light of cannot fall to honor with spacifie eagerness to make of divine teaching( who never It to new virtue.
Itltkfal remllag .f vsrtedIletlp.re.1 from to
from Its historical vicissitudes its own conscience. We do mention: the encyclicalSatis truth argument for union ceases to remind us: "you are century century. In order to be able to bring
Ike holy ..tIIl.,* We should therefore like toe
that she favors its not say that this habit la without Oognltum of Pope Leo and not a reason to divide all one person .In Jesus this about with divine help
sail iKtrtor of the birth the unique Interest which
progress. serious danger. Philosophical Mil ((18M) and the encyclical men In sterile discussions or ChristCaL( 3, 3)t) And to lt us plate before you some
sad an that kHag about life of
fcf the Christ deserves
Now, it Is likewise known re
of Mystkl Corports of Pope Pius regrettable divisions. It will recommend to us let us preliminary (considerations
movements great !. the Church such aa aware awakened not moth for
M
that at present mankind Is renown have studied and extolled XII ((1943). rather lead them to cr.ateruncl..Undlnl grow up, everything, Into lulled to facilitate" the work
seas. the sake of
undergoing great transformations this form of man's spiritual These 1t000a.u.a offer a. and concord; a due proportion with Christ elaborating new of renewal and to Instill IntoIt

upheavals and velop- activity as something aspic sad dear ..... ..* es the result will be a source of who I 11 our head; on Him all We mean systematic amt theories a* for generating should newenergies he the courage which It require

menu which are profoundly definitive and as the eUvlae laotltalfea by glory for God, Joy for the the body depends'Eph.. .. accurate Instruction participation They tCf9thttWith sacrifice

changing not only its exterior though were supreme the measure which ChrUt gash.... His Church and edification for 1.11)7) And to admonish us: .In that .Incomparable u..t! for acquiring that sane and to Indicate her

modes of life but also its ways and source of reality urging .work *f MlTattou U the the world.Council's. there ls nothing but ChristIn school of words signs and divine Uty which Christ teaches. )fit some broad outline along

of thinking Mankind's rangeof thought on to conclusions: .world, aa4 wklck today la the any of us" (Col 3. IDTMfflre ) inspirations which constitute example, ills won). Ilk grace, which" the reform could be
and Isis method sustained\ by
have thought been culture and spirit that are abstruse barren .eject matter .( these weeds workIn It te recall Hi. ..1.gwll. .. the sacred liturgy and eceleilailleat tradition better effected.We .

intimately modified contradictory and radically ., ears.Let .. ... by silent and fervent mediation should remember above
the teatkrr
either a* strengthened by divine action
by scientific technical this encyclical we aredeliberately all certain to guide,
norm
It be enough to cite the on divine truths and ft'
fallacious.But .
SM... was, wke ceeW h* amt. exemplified In the lives
and social progress or by the opening words of the second refraining from nally 'by wholehearted dedication In this work of reform. The'
this does not that dtMm of the Mint make It |
mean possible
currents of
philosophical and of
passing Judgment our either
of then encyclical which any to contemplative prayer, reform cannot concern
an education aiming at the for to know, desire and to
political. thought which over own on doctrinal points concerning u* the essential rf
has become, one might say a "Ut us retire and give The .Interior life still re- conception
whelm or pass through it search for reflex truth within highly authoritative text on the Church which are thanks that we have become Ruins the great source of the follow the path of sanctity. the Church' or Its bade *true

man's consciousness Is not the theology of the Church at present under examinationby not only 1 ChrUtlsns but Church's spirituality her own tune We would .be putting the
In Itself In the worldIn
DizzyingAU and highly appreciated and a rich source of spiritual the council itself once Christ. My brother, dn you proper way of receiving the word reform to the wrong

today quite widespread meditations on this work of which we have been calledto understand the grace of God J Illuminations of the Ipirll of ue If we were to employ It

of this, like the waves as a refined expression of divine mercy which concerns preside. It ls our desire to our bead Stand In admiration (Christ the fundamental. and the pursuit of spiritual' In thai .son*. We cannot attribute *
of an and modern culture. Just as this amt moral. awrt.tlClf'h..
envelops
ocean leave
full liberty of study and to this t.
us all Let It suffice to recall rejoice; we have become Irreplaceable manifestationof infidelity
agitates the Church itself. habit carefully coordinated: Church rerelv an exteriordmvlu
discussion to such an Important loved anal' of
holy Church
these masterful words of our Christ for It He U the head her religious amt anal' ac
Men committed to the Churchare with the development of from the conditions
great predecessor and authoritative ....en- we are the member; He and Uvtty. an 'Impregnable defensea Aral! lo which, a* we believe,
Influenced the thought for the of In which she live. She cannot
greatly
by purpose bly. In virtue of our office of the amt
"We first learned of the we are the complete man well a* an i lneahautlM belong hisheet grace
climate of the world; so much discovering truth where It teacher" and and remain unaffected l II y or
placed which to
pastor from our
Myttkal Doily of Christ Therefore, the fullness t>f source of energy In her difficult r&.w.lp
so that a danger bordering coincides with objective reality the head. of the of Indifferent to the change*
which Is the Church, from the at Church Christ Is constituted' by the ('(111'''"' with the waist spirit the testimony "that we
almost on vertiginous confusion doe not prevent the exercise Cod. we re.+". to ourself the that take piece In the work! the chlklren of Co rHum.
lips of the redeemer Himself. head and nwmtrre. What I* It 1s necessary lu restore to ate

and bewilderment can of the conscience from Illustrating .. It dues, the choice of the proper moment the heed and the members? holy Baptism '"at'', to the around ( .. Ie).
shake the Church'sery manifesting to the one who and manner of eiprennlng our This wotM Curia ll* Influ It I I. neither petite nor
great and Inestimable privilege Christ and the Church" tin fact of having l loon lnrufpi. Oh.
foundations and lead undertakes the ...m.1'1.. fact the Church In thmi.
err. on a
men to .
Judgment We are most happyIf
of our Intimate union Jo. Tract tl, "--r.L. M,15ag: ) rat..1| by means of this sacrament presumption nor oNtlnacynor
embrace most bUzare ways of his own existence of his with a Head so exalted this we can prevent It .In perfectaccord We know well that this Is Into the VlrdUal 11..1, unit way and place* 1'f'U. folly hill a luminous crlituil ..

of thinking, as though the own spiritual dignity and of with that of the conclllar llama on her dally mmlurl.Th amt our joyous ronvU
doctrine .Is certainly' calculated a mystery It U the mystery of Christ which I I. the
Church should disavow herself his to know and Churrh a. *
own ability by Its sublime dignityto fathers.Ilowter of the ()U"h. And tf, with Churth, all of lu tlgnlfUanr vryoneknows. lion that w* are 'no..llhtn.. |
and take up the very to act. we cannot avoid U hot separated. from members of tie nasty" of
draw all spirituality minded the help of (fcid, we fit our It 'U specially important| that
latest and untried ways of It Is well known moreover men to deep and serious alluding rapidly to the resultswe gate on this mystery, we will the .iMptls*l person shuukl led world' hut UVM In It.lUnro Christ that we are the authentic

life. that In recent years the study, and to live them. In > hope will derive from the Twelve many spiritual IwivefU have a hUhly eun cnu* *. the members ft the heir o( the fto slot! of

) Was not the. phenomenon of Church has uo J.rt.ton a the truths which it unfolds to enuncll itself, and from the ) the very ono we believe lwm of his elevation er, Church" ..e.vlJ.re". to Its In.fluonre ('..,..., ,"-... wm* truly( eon'

s Iftod mtam. for example, deeper study of herself the mind a strong Incentiveto efforts we mentioned above, Ihe Church today eland ingreatest rather, of hit reMrth la lie ; Ihhreatft" IU sublure llnue ,the. work of the Apus

".which still crops up In the through the work of outstanding such virtuous conduct as Is which the Church bust make need ef, The preeenre Mull happy reality of blngan steeps fit law and sac lie.
various attempts at expressing scholars, of great to come to a fuller and firmer s.rh Its customs.
conforms to Its "'aont"A.A.II. ef (hrtal. Ill very life adopted son of (Joii. to the
what Is foreign to the authentic and profound minds of com awareness of twr..". Thee TM 'Imminent contact of There dolls N a* the
( XXXV. p2 ; JM3)). will become operative In eachone dignity of being, a brother of
nature of the Catholic rtent theological- schools,- ofpastoral results, are the alms we have and In the whole of the Christ, 14 the pail l fottune. Ih* Church with temporal| torUiy post |akrHar* .f /rat, sad

religion an episode of abuse and missionary en truthsIt set for our apostolic ministry "/.ur.1 Italy by reason of we mean to the' grace amioy ninilniMlly "**..e fur w.ettijr eluroclerUlag she

exercised against the faithful deavors of remarkable expo- Study a* we undertake. Its consoling the working of a tiring and. ) of the Indwelling ef the her a ..,.........ta. Mluatien, Calkoll. t.lurch. which M.fa

and genuine expression of rlences In the field of religion la an answer to such an and tremendous ,.* oNibllA- life-giving faith!, according Holy sprit, to the vwratlon whkh today ha become **, --. laioet the Mflag

the doctrine and criterion of and above all. of noteworthy Invitation which we consider U... They Ire, so to speak the words of the Apostle' to a hew nt,. It has lust nothing Uemely difficult On Ih* onehml heelless of the. aelflaol. .*..

the Church of Christ by pychological teachings of the still vital and meaningful the program of our pontificate. $ "may Christ find a dwelling human save only the" unhappy ChfUlUn life. a* 0*. ..... .,.,./1....

and cultural force f...*|M| and. *n'''<''| hy Ihefhwrth
+ pr
ind eapresslve of one of pUce, through faith In yourharts" fat of original' *.... and It all this r.*.luuml.. l/ our
of the profane world? NowIt We tell you this venersMe <*:>&. X 111. heat... 'll I human "Intact *t.et* Ukegte .
It would lake too long the fundamental needs of the I* *a(table gb4v, er la UM a betur .*

teems to us that to check even to allude to the abundant Church In our time, that we brethren, briefly but .In all The of the finest nunifMtatlim a t rare last ll NoiM lie pfOM"' .... Ihe reason fi* which f

the oppressive and complex theological! literature propose it sgaln today Withan sincerity I so that you will be mystery amt t Ih* last pf tl""w deceived. ft"-t Nlrn. we III..., "..lwy. live Ihank
danger coming! front many willing to help us It Into In.Wd, awateneM of Ihe anal uhHme _. a* It moat strive IA render "
put .
dealing with the Church: and ever growing knowledgeof U* O.-l , II alasmastslblwtee !
idee, a good and obvious produced by her during the this same Mystical Body we effect ty your e4 k*, by your Mystery of the Church U a To K* fhrUllan*. Ie have re.wlr.l < itself Immune fram the eon.Uitun our punsU4llt/
remedy Is for the Church to result U W end. .., vlLOn
a mature and living error '
last and the prevent centuries.It may come to appreciate its support. by your collaboration. t holy HautUm, oval Ufoie C" l Hlmelf" to whom'

deepen her awareness of what would also take too long God given Importance and In We think that by open.Ing faithtote INCh a falikroflM band he kiukej. Uplift ss someThing Ihe other bend, ttifl w* see scsruntabll, fur Mgreat

she really Is according to the to recall the documents which this way strengthen our souls out heart' to ,.... we are that feeling for the (IMI".,"tat ar ef Bill Use lif* shouM not only be a beiMftl and also l.

mind of Christ as preserved the episcopacy and this Apostolic with this Inroraparsbie source opening It not only to all the "11\1""'." which fill the fhrU- Ifflpurtant. but It MU.| .be &IAprlnM > Upte4. to tie form *fthnughl fur* the Church, In which we
In Sacred Scripture and In faithful ef the Church tf Ooh lien who Pass h*.n rUe In anal ew.*em which
and
Bee have Issued on this of consolation and always Increase deeply happily mud IMIIII Ihe firm desire

Tradition and Interpretedand so vast and Important sub our ability to fulfill but especially to threw whom the schnnl ef the divine word. the tiHHttont ef emery hpH > the temper.l ."vlr. .nm.ft. of. arid r**>fuifctfi lo guard the

developed by the authentic J*
tradition of the Church. of Trent sought to repairthe to meet the needs of man the wide limit CJl the flockof grere of Ib..trswnte and I.sb tap's h. .s dJot the Chrta. mast they are ,.,.". .paU1t"I'la .Paul M 4"Le
The Ckerrfc 1-, a* we knew, consequences of the crisis kind ChrUL rtf led |Ir neffhlerf fNtItt'lloM IUn ef ell a an Itlwmin*. lh*> .basis. eilgetirb. efhr have\ a iMpurulUllty.. ales t.o

eallckleaH ea4 gUH ay Ike which separated from the Nor due It seem to U* a The first benefit to .N the PararWte. has b w* linn." wfckh, by oVtwUigdown redgtMM, awl mua| f*. fare ivy' briXhete. wh. are

I Holy Uptrlt, .wed la Mill fM4,. Church many of her mem- difficult thing to des. when on reaped from a deepened mined ,In the pt Kllre ef the kpn hint the life giving .,..... IM U *n M .U *Uo try still **|Mrie>l from u.. amt

the erne hand we DoC...., aswe averenex of herself by the virtues. ef the. U.e..(, Puss ry ef divine 1".UfIII M drew ikM. to them, to purtfy before" the collie week MSnt

have said, a vast renascence Church la a rer*..*4 dlscov. Men Imbued with the rvMwervi hve ti him. sheds UgHtttfMi them to MMM them, ... | all share With M Ih.

SARASOTABRADENTONrtr r4 studiee en the ef f ef ...r vital teed of link rommwnity bf. ., theriturrh eenhlf We sad enables shay ami to ...MUt"t."'- '. lift ..f OM

Church, anal en the ether we with Christ This I* something awl I i. r-I....., him to sell w a shill ., theM Them. tab demands al Ihe ..*...... if the tam reform

know' that H Is the prtarlpelebtrt I that I* very well know. wlm Ie find N..tt n.dowel .M l..o?
I of attention of the lawn Urt It I* ffMMlhtog that U with. that rvl. Priest (>.d. tM41.Yrg.( etariMj hap ., fur awwef. Sigh-c. jatIt I. IM* to l>a Umt fnud ..

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end EcusMfttrat: V a 1 1 e a a ( .( In the nose ef change,
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should like t* pay special 4 m ditstwi "IIMI.) The .y.ery ef the fVwth Leaf pengnm the* .........,.. leptkool Sec hiss..... ti.eW. peeem* Ih* thr*.
and .....t. .* net a more okJ.pa1, ef lives'bthr.l Also.. ffwoJI IM .t ef
SARASOTA'S ORIGINAL RAW IAKSfehty tribute to these erhotari r. hope-ms we we id earl | ltMkr f..(uf*. which '',let,
know Ms*. K I* .w.w. ...... view. the eeb. +....._ ef Ihe
.who epciattf durtrg these what eb uM we net M* .1'7 W* .n haf ff toMW h4. tmpffMH| art ih* Church" .
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from I II I A.M. PWvt t74-2lt *v. ef even ...*ore *rrt. .. w esankulIerspldw grid rnrre.p mtng.
sanding gifts of research Ke an esretieftf grasp eftitle 4 lkl M I* hoteg ""' ..,.. vesewiog en ih* raw. hand" to her 1ft t-
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6 The Florida Catholic, FrIday August 11. 191

I Scripture


{ Sharing our treasure


Trust in God expressed by psalmMANY

confirms Church's
a \'i Study
I of the psalm figure In the second stanza ((14.16) e

In our lit God Himself enters the seen
{
, urgy. One of these [Is psalm to assure the pious Israelite divine origin for inquirer

90, which is cited almost in Father that what the psalmist has

Its entirety in the Gradual of John J. told him .Is true ONE: of the ways of sating

the Mass for the first Sunday Ill* word end with the following own soul Is to help

of Lent Caatelotwings promise: others to save theirs. How

can do this? By sharing
i The Gospel of that Sunday He shall call upon me and "" '1 A V a your you holy Catholic Faith Father !,
, narrates. our Lord's tempt, I will him I will .",
answer ; with them. When you sharea John A.
lion In the desert"' after Ills ii
be with him in dUtress
; < material treasure, ;you part
fait of forty days. I will deliver him and O'Brienauthorized
you thall take ref glorify with some of it.

Following His successful uge; his faithfulness In a him; with length of
encounter with the devil, an buckler and a shield ((4)), days I will gratify him Bait when yon share your
p
the evangelists> tell us, "angels Our Lord used this same and will show him my -, TM I MHC'Wl 50 Cif I"" O. sal COJ"CI! greatest spiritual treasure,

came and ministered to Him." touching figure when He salvation ((15-16)). TO 'Ifisbi'MI'' NTIMJTI NJTVII.. your Faith, yon do not dUt It to teach all nations

And In psalm 90 we read wept over Jerusalem and As Is clear from the con 91 TaI CKHCM JO TO UHlIt>< IIUMAUIIioCIIII' < tnrb It, bat yon enlarge,. and promised to be withit

For to His angels H. has sobbed out His yearning to text "salvation" for the i oi lt wiTi5-j WHICH win strengthen, deepen and fortify all days.

given command about gather its Inhabitants under psalmist was a long life hereon rrq, vin rll'| CMyncii f 71JOJMIITJL. It. ,
Instead of preaching
you that they guard you Ills love as a mother hen earth, an undisturbed life, -UITUTICIf Jv0 *U !.IIT .HK ". don't feel* remarked a certain truth Jut and then making .

in all your ways. gathers her chick under the a good life. In the Christian M4Y1fOt0 MU'' 1j O' lilyTIOWv zealous convertmakcr "that It the duty of everyone
Upon their hands they shall warm security of her wlngi. context these words take on my only job U to become: holy
to search oat these truth for
bear you up lent you dash added meaning. myself, but I feel that I haveto Jesus founded
The psalmist give farther i' himself, a
God the
I your foot against I stone. assurance",,, to his listener"" thatIf Christian promises" aI vatlon faithful" rt POPI PAUL VI help my neighbor.' Ihnrrh to preach Ills) Gospel
a a :
You shall tread upon the Don't seek therefore to /go
they are faithful to God, to every creature and to Interpret
length of which Is
asp and the viper; you days never. Ne9sMI II 'm to heaven alone but endeavorto
there Hill not be a moment Ills teaching, whether
.
shall trample down the ending a length of days tulle $1 rp'1/I ltwi' It 9j bring others with you. "If
In their live when they Mill transmuted through the
lion and dragon ((1.13)). which stretches Into eternity.World's we have the spirit of true
be Ills
deprived of protection: Scripture or the oral and
This psalm is, In fact a apostles," said Cardinal
written tradition of the
prayerful declaration of God You shall not fear the ter. Fair Heenan of London, "we are Charrh.

I constant protection of Ida ror of the night nor the 1Vk bound to spread the truth."

I devoted followers, and who arrow that file by day; visitors see This Is what Our Lord Without such a Awing and

could possibly have been Not the pestilence that meant when he said to HU authorized teacher and interpreter *

more devoted to Him than roams In darkness nor disciples: "You shall be witnesses one would never be
Ills own Incarnate Son? the devastating plague at council bell 4v for me In Jerusalem sure that he knew and under.

It I Is divided Into two noon (54)), and In all Judea and Samaria stood all the truths revealedby

stanzas of very unequal MSW YORK One of the ) la1 and even to the very ends of Christ.

length. In the first ((1.13)) the Father Campbell many outstanding works of the earth" (Acts 1,8). Without such an authorized
psalmist speaks of God's care art and valued Church treasures teacher the
protected by
of His loved ones. In the *ec:. to be seen In the Vatican Echoing this teaching of

ond (1416)) God Himself as named president Pavilion at the New York: Christ, Pope Plus All said: falsehood Holy Spirit, the from seamless teaching gar

ures u that the reflectionsof World's Fair Is the "council "One la not genuinely In. ment of divine Revelation

the psalmist are more than of Georgetown bell", shipped from Italy I terested In and devoted to Its would be torn into shreds and

Justified especially for display at the ..J' universality: that Is, to Us Utters. Yet Jesus wanted all

WASIlINGTO ( (>C) -Father Council bell fairOne taking root and flourishing the members of Ills Churchto
The Inspired author' beginsby Gerard J. Campbell SJ-. fair.The "council bell", original on display at
addressing hI. listener everywhere on earth. How believe the same doctrines
executive vice president of ly cast for the Second Vatican
, and lathing them to join Georgetown University has Ecumenical Council was of the treasurer to be seen at occaaiona throughout the many weeks then can you help to share receive the name sacraments

(I with him la an expression of been named president of the rung on various occasions the Vatican Pavilion of the New York of the council The bell at the Vatican your holy Faith with others? and to acknowledge the same

i trust In God: 175-yrarold university. effective throughout the many weeksof World' Fair ia the council bell. Originally Pavilion .U the only copy of the bell By living an upright life and supreme spiritual authority,
by telling others of the divine namely, that the Pope, the
You who dwell In the shelter December 3, the Council cast for the Second Vatican cut in memory of the Second Vatican origin of the Catholic religionand successor of Peter the Fisher.nun.

of the Mont High, who Father. Campbell 41, will The "rounrll *II" at theVatican Council the bell was rung on various Council.of the powerful help It offers .

bide In the shadow of the succeed Father' award: n. In leading Chrlstllke
Pavilion I I. the only a I wan baptized in the unto
Almighty II una $J. IM'" Georgetown' ropy of the bell east In life.This verslty chapel and confirmed
Bay to the LORD "My ref. president for the ps.II memory of the Second Vs lira Is shown In the ron by Archbishop Rummel in

uge and my foitress, "my years Father Hunn will con. n Council. Third session of Vatican Council version of Ernest. T Ross a the historic Cathedral of St.,

God, In whom I tru... lines a chancellor of the. member of the staff of the Louis I married a Cat hollo
He then goes on to describe university.. The harulxomely decorated! city planning commission\ ofSouth
lady, Melba Anne
In exquisite and varied Imagery bell was cast by the Pontifical promises to be most productive yet Bend. He relates the del young and God has blessed Hay.us
The
the completeness and appointments were Foundry, Marlnelll, Agnone, happy events of his life asfollows with three children.
constancy of God's loving made by Father John B. Italy and! was presented to Everyday
It James 0. O'Neill
earlier schema on the Bishopsand : holy Faith
means
my
care. For example; Janssens 8. J< superior( gen* the Vatican Pavilion by
NCNCNew. Service another on the government :My parents were Christiansbut more to and I
me. hope to
oral of the Jesuits with headquarters
With his pln.. a. he will\ Schulmerlch Carillons, Inc.
In Home, and an of Sellersvllle VATICAN CITY-The outlook for the third session of a diocese and the care not affiliated with any share It with many others.A. .
cover you and under MsIMS Pennsylvania,
particular Church. I attended
of aouls.Four .
nnunred last week by Father sole' United States Represent- of the Second Vatican Council ia that It should be the
different churches
from
time
t John M. Daley' RJ., provincialof \ alive for Mar'nem.! moat productive aeaalon yet. The productivity of the schema chapters have already of the been first to time but gradually drifted

the Jesuit's Maryland provo Th relief carving' on the upcoming' session of the council, which open on September ftrrmted and the rounrll rather wcjr.frqm all of them. c..lsv..a1 ...

'nc'.. central part of the bell represents H, can be logically expected' for several rowons. Most will be asked only to When I enrolled at Xavier
.. ......
Father Campbell, was born eml'_ L BUutt
of
the long procession significant la the tact that the 13 schemata, or projectsto vote on the amendments. University In New Orleans, I
In St. }Ofar,'., Pennsylvania. reconciled Fathers who haemet be_acted on by the council Fathers, have been heavily The second portion of the took some courses. In theology Ambulance Service
August 20, 1919. He Joinedthe 8 Peter's and shows VA 4-1473 4
at {, and
edited to make them clearer composite document will haveto they changed: the *
O ZIALMs Jesuits In 1939 and was the Bishops of every origin and shorter. colleglallty. that 1 I. "the b* discussed and then referred whole course of my life This ST. AUGUSTINE

ordained In 1931: who convened! at Rome from college of Ill"hopllof the relations to the commission for university Is conducted by
Secondly, much work had
the the continents.The of Bishop to Bishop!, rev Ulon. the Sister of the Blessed
already been clone, during thetel041
A.Dsry...fhnaa16t. Art lEACH MEMORIAL central figure Is the of the relations of the Popeto Sacrament, and three Domini
tension
of the
council
CHAPEL Pontiff on the throne under MUhop and of the In.hopeto The third matter of hu-l* can Prlenta are on the faculty. DUKES.STEEN
the cupola of St. Peter surmounted Lastly various new &*MItlons the Pope within the divine fleas to far the third *...In. The
In church
2"d Ay. So. Ph. I424SO H. >.<...... few (M.IS11SEMINOli to the regulations of the;: course history, FUNERAL HOME
by the Holy Ghost structure of the Church. will 1 h>>* rerontldrrsllosi of the taught by Sinter ConsueU

lEACH The decoration on the ornamental council have been made to During the last session r>f schema on ......."1.... Since Marie, a real scholar, broughtout 110 s.. Florida Ave

ST. PETERSBURG MEMORIAL CHAPEL band symbolise the deal with speeches' which are the council!, theee relationship three rhaplens dealing with clearly the foundation of MY MIU I UleTand' .

Itftis*.>.. asi-tMt evangelical< meage, with the .repetitious or which present became central points of general principle of ,........ the Church by Christ who
Interwinlng of the vine representing nothing\ new. d..1on. l I.m within fhrlMrndom, of

the youth of the The lint mailer .( II... Once the discussion of two the ecumenism schema have

PHONE I77-7S14 Church and the pip of wheat |seas on the council floor, chapters of the schema on already hern disused, ronn GRISSOM FUNERAL HOME

clone to the olive branch Her *|>.."I.C teremnnle oHeptemher the Church U completed, the ell Father will vote only on Phone 147-31JI

aymbnllalng peace and fruit- It, will be theschesda agenda calla for discussion of the amendment pn>ptJMCt. KISSIMMEE'OLDBAT

A. P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL nil labor. .ii the hmrh.. the schema on the pastoral The two other chapter IX CENTRAL FLORIDA
AIM featured are the crests duties of This schema
3 lOt N. ARMENIA AVt Bishop
Amendments on the first on the Church's relation. Operating tads Same ISass an TAMPA 7, FLORIDA of Pop John x. ln, Pope is a combination of an
six chapters which were with the Jews and on rellgtou .
I'.ul1 and the National
Center of ArtUan voted on last ....h1l\, wilt lIntroduced Bishop on TV freedom are now

The Inscription I II at follow ions. but during the amendments the dUcu NKH: lURK (\; (')-BlhopClurlea will termed b* prevented"declarations'for cllncu-and I INC.

Swing EuiKi & Vicinity Since 1915 *: II Helmslng of Kansas Non and vote.
thenu-rUe are nut uttjert to
TIIH 18 Tiff ONLY COPY C\U.st. Joseph will .be FUNERAL DIRECTORS

OF Tile BELL MKLTKD IN dlacu.Ion and the Fathers quetk iwl by a panel of Nest on the agenda is the 17 W. UNION STREETJACKSONVILLEEL
tie ak..t
will to either
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MK.MOnV OK THE SECONDVATICAN : ap ivewt-nven on the August 30 completely revised * Zelkr, Kennedy & Hamlin ECUMENICAL: love or reject that.The Lamp Unto My Feet program r.\.wUoe\h I I. cJurumenl 3-3to4 CefttiMMM Service Smca: IIS
fleet of the
two final'
COUNCIL. carried by the CBS-TV network wee prepared after the first

IrttJi 1EmAII.IBIOMIE: chapter m the church steeLe ; from 10 to 130 a m., draft was ordered withdrawn
Communist aim
with the vw*>UMt to KOUMMI
XXIII HEATH
Ksxleen fIIItCtltme.! by lope John during FUNERAL CHAPEL
the
within Church
|IA)11w1)l'1 tNtel. and the the first
sesnton In ItMZ.
TIM will b
Bishop *
union W tsrl. true Ail CMcr.MHd o.pJ-P.) Lt
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are still open on ctueples the M4 managing editor ef the the f.eeg.lag. the etMnril Po.lb. .

UMtrtut route* In the Soviettnton ...... a Georgia aww..... Atlanta I .,* will p... em 5. c.s/de' IiHl.; .,. flak & J2atae.

Osgood Funeral Home but In other .plans AIM' htriasdril. In the nthun arrMt x>,..in newspaper. ; leg Ik* schemata en Ik* Ur. n'UJUL: HONK

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tout .l ctMirttte In th* c-Wttt.Ne R.pueot.r, A Rays o F'lulpc AacM.inr.:
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Aa list 14, 1961 .. -

.. ,; 1f Legion, of coeac6T....". '.. .,THIS.. "'.LIST.'..... hf n..*... u.s/ ; Bishops will ORLANDO

Senator: Dodd ., decency. 'ed _..\\I) ....,//11<14........",. ...
...Wla ,. be third. laau. *f WINTER PARK
: ,-'- rates new movies *. """,.. use press panel at
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( tata II, IMIt

Notes U.S. networks show Morally unobjectionable for general patronageAltai Vatican Council STEVENS

''F' .la a Tail IA.... Moat. Si..* .f Ik. ...u.. RUGS and CARPETS '
FF Boa ...,u. "Co
A4votnr* Una la WamoaCapavl
excessive violence on TV ,. e.pe. n.t Law of Iko iJioloaa K a of (11", ... Blood) KOMK (NO-The l'nlted LINOLEUM-FLOOR TILE
C....Irr Co "'.... una ot u>* ....... Bummor HolidaySolnsla Slate RIshoptT presi panel FREE ESTIMATES
Omit world '
MvUalockMclUI MaMaa. 1'110
WASHINGTON (NC)-The chairman of the United Crimea DUd. ..'* M..r Vword In ik. Staa will be In operation duringthe S2S Park Ave South
State's juvenile delinquency subcommittee has IHrnkkDr alas.). Felt.,.", ......*.. MllHonalro thin! session of the Second Ph. MI 4-7102, Winter Park
charged 1 **. ...lIor. Tb. ......r Pry fl I.1 of I<*,k here that the situation with regard to excessive violence rat CM M MUM" Ills ran" 8'0t'... 05ran Vatican Council
r .r th. BumtaKmplr .( CvmwlylllaadVMiliarM arouad. tko World
television t is The panel Has established
ton in some ways worse today than It was .fMwrlla In a %... Tk.
wo years ago. I rnpa ,'. N.WA4v J_. Tk TkMnaaln* by the American iUshopn Children'sClothes
[ committee opened a new ,. I h, ..|urrrn Mom _M...M. TtokHan. Affair, A during the first session of the
Senator Thomas J Dodd ot .te .f AMiilOMcvt My. __ Ik. Hr ".., Walk, ATraitor
Connecticut said series of hearings on TV 0... (. *_. 1017"....... 1N..4, council In an effort to help! Line
"unjustifi crime and violence. It made tI UIo....... ..... e< ,lie N r4hN ,..... aosktr newsmen develop their storieson
ble violence and brutality similar studies In 1961 and 001... Anew. n. l..*r rut It ,laWHtln I ...""ay airitsrVallay the council It achieved Finest In Clothing
r ... .
.
UoHaikHay 11. of Ik Praiooar
new TV'rhowi *
permeate" many 100:!. He said that during ii II.. ., ...,,. (In. Mat Way \'. .(. t* lha IkMtoaiof great popular during the second For Gird: A BoyiIIMH
and many offensive those hearings executives of Ik.Hani U. Faiiy, Th. tk* S.* session aa a forum for a ........r Br. OA .- f11SERVICE
Fhows of earlier seasons hate T..' .... rt4 np.,*f HamaUa 11 II.. '1M Clock
l Men syndicated and the three major TV networks lays MflitUacalM .....,.. .f Trt.sar Sirlka* frank question and answer
>
are now had predicted a lessening of HoII.,_ rpl. HHlaf Who Mlndln. exchange between newsmen
ping reshown on independent televised violence in the fu 1..1. ........, Q.r lie Phan ,It. SloroWII4
from all of the world
.. .4 tka part
stations. lacr*llklo Mr Urnsort. r*. Tile a
ture. Tko ItII..... w.sJ.rn11 and experts on various phases
We discover that the most In...... 0..".. H........" Crv.. a Taak. la ,.,.t Nut A Church life.
of
slolent shows of two years It was this "indication ofwtUlifntHS ..10... of bid. Mar. Va.. llat. la Rua FaHToon
Ilolphlse ...._ a4 '<). *M Ik. The panel will function &
Bgo are today shown during a to erwper.tr'Ilodd -
I "' Ilia Mal Mad, Mai. Slat. QIM Bra**. Tk
artier broadca ting hours Mid, that has dttrrred wSpeaking ;;,1. M5w.ld I5r.. ...... .c Twin S.t...ara, Th.De. train In the lower lounge of

khan they were originally designed hi. than far from lairodao ta the NCCS-USO club at1.1.elf'I" SALES

for," Dodd said. There leg remedial IfXlsUUon !I. with authorityStanley Morally unobjactienabU: far aduHlAft and aJeleicentt, C\HKllUiK 2, near St.

been little (' .. to deal with theoltuatiuB. Peter's square
see or no editing ngrr Co (l." Ar tk* ** Saajur*
k,f A4ruH. t* tk. KaarAd OaU for he roara S.,.......oSoraaio .
objectionable content. This (Stan the Man) Wusial!, head of lbenation' U. War Ma M UolWlk. aa4 Ika ), ol Sar. .Utrr sack ...,'_ rvanrllirMkia.
neans these programs are being ..._. ... \'.. '.rl ....-
.t KooioAad loti. of ,11'** on dltfrrratph
made available to a much But he declared "I find physical! fitness program by appointmentof ( ;, ...w..., II iM 0504..MI..chw./I ....,.. of t oo 5 llarkof experts| Hotpolnt Sales
...... tVira ,. ..*e. .t the "..nrll dl.c."
Barger that with the exception of one President Lyndon B. Johnson acts as well u r4orAtlaaiK fl.... of 1. ,..*** MayBkork
and younger group of network. CBS. little Improvement i J''I A.r jIIj....b.r C'a" WIa. Harbor Uckla. TroalanalIII .1..* Mill ."."n asw.mea'e
Children than ever before." very exhorts. Here he shows Steve Anderson of St. J.Mary' Ik. LAN Horror of H a II. Tk. iua4roa .
U evident" OantlaaatIU4Ha. H....... rUr Tk "...... Tkoouad 4.r ll0n ( |>ro |(tln( bark .
Senator Dodd made his school Alexandria Virginia and Joe And : of O r.....I. 1I..IIt'., na of TT. ....|. |",Hixt and rlarlflrallon. ofIK

Charges on July 30 as his sub- studies The senator by behavioral said I new and non of Gonxaga High School Washington D.C., .!.r Kilty H..MH4 Ai. 4HrM rate Mora* H.H ...I.s.ear*.... .>.IIaN. .S-ivara,,,.... ....,..\,..),.ota material dlM-._
social scientists buttress the the proper way to hit a baseball Steve and Joe .. ,. Ik. SHM H._............ TV. a,.. Tram 141 roaiMll rltamker.Archbishop .
l listen closely knowing Musial! to be one of the INaa for a ....aa I'* Kaikar M Kl'hKlat from HrHa MAJOR
ORLANDO belief that there 1s a relationship : ......,.( Ovrt. Tk. ., Ik* Ira Barf rartrSuitor. JOII'I'IT.. Me r
between seeing violence greatest bitten in baseball history. ....:' Caplala. alRa l"4to. Wk DaO TV. uckrn of Ran Francine,
.
.
o
MIXklk 1Aarlua. la4yse Biasoroark t*
INTER PARK on television and acting In a Gardaa. LaorokH aadrkai4 Tk.....' ,llork chairman of the NCWC press APPLIANCES

violent manner. ...........* ..,..,.' Affair department will serve si

"It has been found that -- 10 years ago CklMroa''of Ik. IAN Lavror Maa of on A rank,...... TwSr n"n.t, Th.haws. It. AH chairman of the U S, lllshop'scommittee

normal persons who see a C11e.1dss.a. u,. la ....... n.... .....ower. for the press ranel.n. !. PALMER
House violent film subsequently exhibit ........ 4 Uwd of Ika nto TTMnM1 TV* It
succeed Bishop Albert
\>. .... t Tk. Ilea J Taw Oatvootaa.Tk rio* Two
.al Beet twice as much violenceas Recalls Navy mission tiara ,.."... T" Mekt* will" Zuro ete of Hellevtlle, lilt-\ ELECTRIC
ly persons who have not seen mercy tie. and Ik* llwr, Maael. tioark fartyMwtlnr (1M.ratr.. not. who seneil In that ca
TV an Ik* faXHkaklaMolly
such a film he declared. lira*a parity during the first two
fJo""ll Skip rtralaa swab
se.w t w. He added that studies show for Reds Tk. Mr "' ._ t. ha. Y'.1 ,... seasluna of the council. Phont 644.8561
refugees fleeing
"'"..., Traaioot )01..... K4s: "."" ...
that "the effects of seeing [>r. .....-. Plus Ntsktoaar' Walk a Tlskt no*. Elmer Von Keklt! news Anyifm
on .Mew t.r4.s violence are similar to the effects l.a... r.lv.r No My 1..,11.. -ar .la ..." tltor of the NX'XVC News
By Father Patrick O'Connor ,;nil, Ik. r>_.iMror. noskiarKr ww5a54 sal lAhtrtl
IVUT I-- of tasting food without NCWC News Service : f4 lurk liouo. 1>aKril ".....,., iHolor S.rtln. will\ sent a* director 171 JitiM AvenuePirl
DAY STEAK. consuming It- n.'s appetite .. .., rraakaoataia. fit ... Iko ra4.twal WnrM of HoMtyOHoKi. o( the preaa panel a i pct
8AIGOV .tnam-The North Vietnamese PT boat ..... ....... TI.r.5 .
of Or4or
ON A SKEWER! ls Increased rather than de l r tlory. t-Ta. Ilea wash he heM' during the rounclt's Wlnb.r FforrJ.WATKfNS .
Tk Qolrk llooKM
creased." attacks on United States destroyers in the Gulf of Ton. ..... It... .t ,...._. Ika X.Nar Kyi* second semalon
"C..ti...,. Cel" kin and the Navy plane attack on PT boat bases came rrn.f Saioff lor'I Makla ..... Ik'* To *s l>ootor.
Broiled Over 1Ia ly *.to. )-. Too.** !*.-., Tk.
within days of the 10th anniversary of the U. S. Navy'aarrival
The Open H.ar1h1$1.50Large BILL BARDOEFORD in the Mersly 1IN ("+i.n.bIe ,far ..doltA1. /
waters historic
aame on a merry misalon.
$1.90 Oaaflo'M. .< .M. hllOl..,. TM(
That was the evacuation ofrefugee. A_..... AatoHraA ...a. Crook "' .11 rakofrx .
(CG..04 U S CH*. *) FACTORY DEALER from violate of Its.. iwMlaaln. tae ...)l ., fiarkaoaa "...... ...... .... Tk.
I.clutr. .....p'rr51M.Srot.ta7 SAVE ON YOUR fleeing rornmu- .('.|.. 'no m la* smrifc. The Ar..o.4 rww.s. Mallrlr* rk kItoatlor. Pyre
r.a.(...,..... ew0a nUt rule It was a mlMelon of ...... tsrly Tko Plan .*d t'l. PAINT WAIL f AmW1NTM
oat"5a aeuuCSN.a NEW CAR DEAL ruw.aal.s .1.| |h' the .
that the communists M.SN lo tk r> ok I e4) **Mkor
"STWS DISPLAYED", merry atrrraxrat frees Ik. alart kf ....-. Slory kit..*... TV. KoaoOHs Ma*. Tk* OUANOO PAle
PS.' 1S3.mj bitterly mental l because the ....1'.1., aM sues .Ia,..!. BRIM Mash 5... tw lilt, Soaanoi of ra_
W. Hwy. SO f, flight of nearly a million nub lJr. rt.. S.- ao4 ..w5S
railprtvtMlnf people ttvmIratlaf. .....U... AtTirraar Im.....do4Tk* a.*a. ... ..
Winter Garden. refugees hurt their prestige .. ..... WHk tk* .,....Ja..katTak
PATBOMZK Member I enormously.On ('ar4loak Tk ....... .,,.... H.,. SM. Mia. GOLDEN DONUT INC.
TIIKSK ADIKKTISKRS: .... .
Taataklo
r.w.r. T> Ma)
WHO HtprortT St. Charles August 8, 1934. the V.& Moat, of them who reached na....). lasHok .....,,.,... Now. Tkk> ru4 Uaa "1..'. 'Em H.
ParUhSB Navy's Task Forte 90 under Haiphong to embark onAmerican co-. ....._... Mall-OMof MrMa Tklrd ......*. Tk* FRISH DONUTS ft PARTY MINIATURES
OUR CATHOLIC PAPER .... Throo a SiwooTkoo
ttiw..4. why C. 14.1 oa
Admiral Lorn gabln. a and French evacuation (......... Of AltOM 1 ".... 4or of !_.>. Of>. .,)0 AM. t. I0i)0, PM. O... M.ad.1
Catholic was given the aa- ..hlShlMS to run a roes.. Ths ....... ". Ro4 w Mo .a (Sad 1070 North Orlai,,". Ar.11r. (V1.j S iwa, f (17.221WIoI.r )
.Inm.nC ot helping to trans gauntlet of treat danger ,.. Ice (r515. A Moo B.._ BoortManM T...rrt.. ..' PA.e /.JUI
Iff-? C:::" .r& ]I"1ILOrlando's fastest the who might Kome tat their lives In the 1 I'M* motor. Tot..*** of NooorT Part
atc refugee .' W.,. ....,. T.. ..r* owes
MATXOMAX SANK want to leave the north. The attempt _.. of ...... Joa** MmTk .. T*. W04MO)
Of OaiAMOO growing bank Geneva armistice agreement, The VJt. Navy evacuated a ..**. i ira 0... rot.- .--. TV Why .e< I". U Mealerey Me-4e. rash Ac,..,
.c aa Ik. Kaka ....... VIP.. TfcoWM
which gave North Vietnam to total of 310JH persons from rnM yVoia ......,. Kaka4. knaa S.4. Mot We have h... 4alg.e4 for leer fassllf
the communists stipulatedthat North Vietnam to the south h. la A.af..loa Now I.'_*. TV a1. ...* Hat

,+. across from St. James all who wished to leave between August lttM, and OtaNI War Aslr, TV* .all..ro-. ylw do M.IM era .Iblna001 _. or "'1r*. DEMETREE BUILDERS

the north for the south or mid-May, 1Wd.Eightyl o laaat. Tk (........or.._.. TV. --. WWi
vie versa, be authorised and t.... Wkoa It Siaai** .....\ 154M ...r KM Os4ee.la. Detect CH T.lit

MARYLAND FRIED CHICKENCOMPLETE aided. to do so ,. |.er. seal .f all ...y Itn.bj.cfl.a.bw a4 lt% .i.fc .. ....
rf*>,*.. were (.....k'e.
.. .
.
The penal for departurewas ad./ Wit Hfctka .. Tka
Dl.VXKM TO GO a1... ... U ...... a,a* asp .... .. ... OsA F* 47 YwsEl
m days after which the The first UJL Navy ship la ..._r .t lo.a....... lilt." Mod .....
Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $1.00 last dtJlII the north namely Mil south with refugees was ....... t......., __ rwN NATIONAl. HANK
Ika.. ..... TV .u... of k.*.. **....ot. to Ik. CnySi. rmHT
wouldpuss
Family Bucket O'ChlcUn $3.95 the port of llalphwg the tranapurt Mffirad. whkh ... Libs ... I.......... .... a.45u& .AN PARK
under cwnununUt rule .left .Haiphong on August 17 r... of I* Uoroal I* r...... yak ....** I AT WINTstn
Fish Dinner $1.00 mi with Jtwo The (rvta of __... Ul"k Tkat .*ooWa. LtflWork Taut MfMTMINf T.*......s> M7J004
pennna. .
)..'11...,. bled U toke ... .ttN *. TV* Was to ,....* .eh
Shrimp Dinner $1.15 .lad was the transport Gen. l'eeME Mep_.s.I en"15.0..8" T.. T..y N torsrtrlr. a..r 501*.

:::-- >OW e LOCATIONS TO lIRVaT TOtT n'.....,, which left the.. "'"-".. ... ....oa)Styla Mania.... *Laiikor ii.M V.?..-., .Taai Mlulua Tra* A.-. ...... ...... ......... .....,*...... .... ,....... L-e
1 Hwy 171 Fu. Park ora 1.1I1. FAIRVIEWClune north on May 14 IftU, the ..
lb.
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Mnapwe .. MswAI* /Cawbg ** *
41'
I74 a. Orsics Bt Tr, Onsets ("II MHJ evening of the day the eonvmunuu ....... M.**. T.'. ra4, l54. .. Tko /.h 1.. e4 I i4 ,
llrrr afar A Pisa HUM JU.K4cster CT MMt ri & Laundry tank over Haiphong. 8.r M. *. TV* f>*M a ......s. Waia oo ...

.A l<.. Rd. 1 nJ.MJI 200.".. 11MDr.. Thoflua A. ''o Mt 1 of u* I(1I4 )f Ika. Ifaaoa.4 TV* Tree%154; :::-
fabric Can
Lake Bartee. IU. A !. Os4aslal melt D.padNie..c s. a. .oe...., ')uo"". then a Nsvy durbar I n.|.....a. TV .U1...., Tka
lUll beech Afs, ... ..
gave devoted metilrsl tare to Plan cathedral

refugee. In Halphuag. was a W.U.Tm 11T240M(2s4bicv IN ORLANDO SINCE ITJ4
C'-.. Feet C.afwlLEMS.COS anther of Tub )ate WXU IIL4GA h LI. ....'...1 It n
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IXTUWINA! TING CO.IwtM.t.l trip In the entire O fnIJon.n brut In l'ur1uc.1 In ever arentury Asher. ""eI
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...... me wp.d N.P41 ... Ilse this city, COINER CENTRAL! I UACNOLIA PHONE OA 1-7111'

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c-.w SEND THEM mialde/ far Uaikatk4t. and I IV44 sod Miranda, hs a f).. Herman J. HtUrlchA :

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BACK to SCHOOL Brogan Uram the-
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a The Florida Catholic, Friday, August 14, 196|


Pope Paul writes encyclicalon Sarasota area ends



Church's apostolic tasks -e. successful training I

-

(c..,..... 're. ... It thought. It deprives the reasonable Initiative In restoring the 'E (C..U...4 trma rue 1) breakfast last Sunday attended
mission "is the announcement order of tl.e world. of unity of Chrl-T fold It will fraternity training center: by St. Martha's Guild and

of the truth which is Its genuine foundation. not rests to go and forward consider with taught by Mission Helpersthis Holy' Name Society members
all patience
both Indisputable and necessary "This theory does not provide lion. summer will also open
for salvation the Pope human life with a liberating August 17 at Cocoa Beach for Mass guideSUNDAY
stated that its dialogue with formula but with a Lastly the Pope spoke "with that area. Father Charles W.

the world should be similarto blind dogma which degradesand the children of the house of y YXY Y Spellman pastor and mem August 19
the dialogue of salvation sadil-rn It. This theory God the one, holy, Catholic Y bers of the parish of Our Sav 13th Sunday after Pent.
which Is found In Revelation, destroys at the root any social and apostolic Church of lour will welcome the Mission COI t. (Mass of Sunday.

"the supernatural relation- system which attempts to base which this Roman Church Is Helpers to Cocoa Beach. Gloria, 2nd Prayer of St.
ship which God Himself on itself upon it It does not 'mother and head.'" The teachers there will be Joachim. Creed Preface of

His own Initiative has established bring freedom. It Is a sham, To the children of the Sister M. Theresa and Sister Trinity.)

with the human race. attempting/ to quench the Church the Pope expressedthe M. Nadine. MONDAY, August 17
The Pope said that the light of the living God We hope for a continuing dialogue The two weeks Just concluding St. Hyacinth. (Mass of a
council will Indicate a number hall therefore resist with all within the Church, but tee i' at Sarasota have been confessor not a Bishop
of norms for the dialogue our strength the assaults of stressed the need for the held under the leadership of Gloria, Common Preface)
with the men of today. It was this deniaL ; a Monsignor EUlander and Fa TUESDAY, August 18
"exercise of the virtue of :
at this point that he turnedhis After repeating the condemnation obedience." ther John J. Rodgers assisted (Mass of the previous Sunday *
attention to atheism say of Ideological systems by Sister Mary Bridget and 2nd Prayer of St

Ing-: which are based on atheIsm Obtdlrnre to the legitimate ia\i\ Sister Marilyn. Agapitus, Common P r e.
"This I In the most serious such as communism, the hierarchical authority of the IJ. t Despite the heat of the late face.)

problem of our tint. We are Pope pointed to the Church Church la motivated by faith, : summer, the Sisters were WEDNESDAY. August 19
firmly convinced that the of Silence. the Pope laid. lie added: able to maintain peak InterestIn St. John Eudes. Mass. of a

theory on which the denial of Saying It Is his dearest 1 the courses. High school confessor not a Bishop,
-- ---
Cod in baited !I. utterly erroneous wish to embrace other Christians "By obedience, therefore In and elementary courses were Gloria. Common Preface,)
This theory I I. not in In a perfect union of the context of dialogue, we Tense moment at audience held from 930: to It:JO, Mon. THURSDAY, August 20

keeping with the basic ...* faith and charity, the Pope mean the exercise of authority day through Friday, each St. Bernard. (Mass of a
deniable requirements of stated: in the full awareness of As Pope Paul VI was being carried being carried to put his hands on the week, and again In the evenings Doctor, Gloria, Common
Its being a service and a ministry Into the new audience hall at the papal child's head and bleu him. Just a from 7.30: to 9:30: o'clock. Preface.)

But we must add that It of truth and charity, and summer villa of Castelgandolfo, this moment after the Pope had passed by, Saturdays and Sundays saw FRIDAY, August 21
Investiture held I* not I. our power to com we mean the observance of mall his elder the and Identical courses held for two Jane
boy wu held up by boy nearly toppled over, St Frances de Chan
promt with the Integrity of canonical regulation and re sections Interested In the
!
somewhat precariously u it turned gups from those who were watching taL (Mass of a holy woman,
the Faith or the requirement ipect for the government of executive board, fisher, helper
Adrian convent of charity. We foresee that legitimate superiors in the out, to receive the blessing of the Holy could be heard throughout the audience and teacher apostolates.Each not a martyr Gloria, Com

thin will cause mlnglvlng and spirit ef untroubled readiness, Father Pope Paul leaned far out from hall. week, one of these SATURDAY mon Preface, August) 22

ADRIAN. Michigan Final opposition, but now that the an becomes free and loving the gestatorial chair on which he was groups met Saturdays from Immaculate Heart of
for 22 Sisters Mary.
profession one
Catholic Church has taken the children." 930 until 1230 o'clock and
: : ,
..
Mass of feast Gloria
of whom Is the sister of Fa. ( 2nd
ther Llam Kelly of St. An '"''''"'" """" ""u,,, the other from 7:JO to 9.30 Prayer of Sts. Timothy,

gustlne, took place at the Sister Formation pm. on Sundays.Enthuklaim Hlppolytus and Symphori-

rnotherhousa of the Adrian Pontiff fulfills promise made bypilgrimage Holy Day : was generatedIn anus Creed Preface of

Dominican Congregation on AVASHINGTOV (NC)-The Sarasota, the Incite re Blessed Virgin.)
August IS. Father Kelly of. Th feast of the Assumption Sister Formation port. SUNDAY. August 23
fered the Mass. Pope John on Orvieto Auciit IS, la a day of conference 14th Sunday after Pent.
Father George Rozman Ma.a obligation fur Catholic of the National Catholic Ed- The Fishers and others Interested coat (Mass of Sunday

*. On thl Marian feast, ucational Association will devote In Confraternity were Gloria
Creed Preface
chaplain of the motherhouse of
OKVIKTD Italy (NC-Pope) Paul VI hit fulfilled a Pope John made his promise
people are encouraged tocheck made aware of the importantpart
conferred the Its seventh annual work Trinity)
rings. to visit Orvieto. He did
First promise made by his predecessor Pope John XXIII and not their local parish. bulletin they have to play In the
by 40 Sinters profession was mane has come to thin shrine city on pilgrimage this put Tues. live to fulfill his promise, / for 1.lIa scheduler, as shop to Instructional programs spread of the religion of
on August 7.
but Pope Paul fulfilled It fur ST. AUGUSTINE
In spirituality when it
The Mass was celebrated day well aa the. schedule! for confeulon Christ to the young people, to
by
he broke the Host during his .
Father Frederick Wall of the He came seven centuries him.A on that Saturday convenes at Trinity College couples with young children
Mass It dripped blood on the
Diocese. of after Pope Urban IV In this cheering throng crowdedthe her August 17. to older people, and people
Miami brother of coiporal The corporal I was "n ,,,un" ,,\\\ \,\\un,
city decreed that the la front of with no religion.It .
Sister Theresa Marie, one of very moved from Holxena to the vast plasaa
the 40 novices. Father Roc Feast of Corpus Chrlstl t* the cathedral for the 1'ope'a was noted that they bene- MCDONALD'SDRUG
cathedral, where It Is exhibited
man conferred the veils. observed throughout the arrival.! The time .he chose fited from practice sessions
Archbishop John F. Dear Cathollo Church. He venerated only rarely. for the arrival, about S p.m., Congress guide plannedfor of the executive board and

den, Archbishop of Detroit, the miraculous corporal, This most modern of Popes was regarded as a root pie- training groups for teachers, STORE
presided at the ceremonies In still stained with blood that chose a helicopter to travel meat to the cathedral, since to Fishers and helpers.
the Lumen Ecclesla Chapelat streamed from a lost broken from his summer villa at that la the Urn when. a pilgrims BombayST. Our people will be looking

the motherhouse. during a M.m seven centuries CaMtelgjndolfo miles south riling sea strikes the gold forward to putting the new 47 King Street
east of Rome, to the shrine from the Diocese of St.
ago, which prompted and polychrome inornate that AUGL'STINK-Pilgrima ideas Into practice, said Mon
rrttMla.NHN.q.NNNOOW' Pope Urban to extend the city, (IW) miles northeast of rover the entire. front of the Augustine who will attend the 38th International Eucha signor EUlander. ST. "AUGUSTINE

leant to the entire Church. Home, a COmlnul journey Ilallau-Uoihlc rhurrh. ristic Congress in Bombay this faU will be interested in He Invited Slater Bridget

Subscribe now The corporal, a piece of Although the. naclent fort the many preparations being made for this great demon to address a Communion VA 41687Budgeting
Inside the cathedral waitIng
linen on which the Hunt Is ten rug o( Orvieto had been stration of Faith. The pilgrims will leave New York on
plant Is housed In the Or to greet the Pontiff, were Sends
\\\\\\'U\' a |place of ,.'aa. for Popes message
Amleto Cardinal ClrognanJ November IT and arrive in
\'Iflo cathedral. The mlrac
fleeting the turbulent of organizing: : a shopping service
I .. i aY Jouj event connected with It medieval' ) (tome aid hud eves papal secretary of ataUt Out Bombay by way of Rome, for visitors to IVomhay. ",'TIC.'SCITY (XO -
happened In the nearby town Keen a plays" of re..ldenr* for taro Cardinal Tests, secretary on November 28. The guide, which will be Pope i-aul VI sent a telegram
Bolsena. Priest who ef the congregation fur the to President Antonio Segnl of
of A
rnaay, the last tope In vUll Archbishop Joseph P. Hur available to diocesan pilgrims
Oriental Church and Lulgl
doubted the real presence of It tae flu IV In IU7. ley will them during their stay, will he a Italy immediately' on hearinghe 11
Christ In the form of breed' Cardinal! Traglla, pro-vicar accompany on brochure advertisements had been stricken by a r
was celebrating Mass. Whrn The Pop*'* decision' to general of Rome the Journey from Rome to the from containing circulatory disturbance In the

travel by helicopter gave Mm The I'opel1IIf'I1 down the congress.lor and approved establishments brain. He also sent Archbishop :

a diplomatic means of turn. aisle lined with thousands of the. .'",.bl.hop It will Further Information shops.may be Carlo Grano. apostolic nuncio

Ing down a flood of Invitations the faithful and veneratedthe He a return to a Mene of ear obtained from congress authorities In Italy, to take his condolences -
from the communities miraculous corporal: Her apostolic work In India personally to Segnl
BE ARE OF along his travel route A Vat which had been exposed for From IBM: to ian h* WM *ee The shopping service will bedside.In .

lean official said however, the occasion. relary of the. Apostolic| | I>elc Uk' the form of expert advice his telegram the Pop
rLA MBAN DUTTKn will that the Pope's affinity for Pope I'aul'eated and then gaihm to lad'la.Dloceuan from persons acquainted said that his esteem for your ?
open pod cf am p.s *r Maly ERhIITES modern things also entered began the celebration of Mat. with the person and realization of yourhigh
and
service
s goods
...lljr tnd ll* sa tort. M* Into his. decision to take the gave a sermon and pilgrims will te responsibility both
\ .
en. plw, mH rUtant.UtnUM required by the v1 \tor. The
.<*.(. Clip m rar.nne..r. Coca helicopter, distributed Holy Communion. In Bombay for the congress service will organli shopping spurred him to pray for the Use Our Low Cost
Blade In channel SiltS padwlth.ul 1 Orvieto perched on a After Mass, the Pope left from November 28 to December Italian presidents recovery.
for the
expeditions pilgrims
dom.stnt .IIA1. > Plan
per.tint. Checking
Aim .mliu tlirtm*. ltrrrv rocky crag, provides a risky the cathedral and drove away 1Kucharlstic. aided by Interpreters.Approximately .
CMh. nwHur ends, .h.eh. landing plAte even for a hell. from the square. blessing Congress .... Cemetery groupu
Or4 autvs.e MUy,>K.MS.Hot 111 Lana, IIHAHaAitt ea. copier Th Pope's advisors the thousand waving guud- thurltlec are now In the proc ... million a Yea can 'ee p an accurate
those to have him debark by to him. eu of planning. a guide and rat hoik-. from all *?er the +O1WI..la ( 2)Bishop )
----- ... William P O'Connor "cord'tl ipnjfl -
from the craft at the foot of .orltlIII alleSHi the. inter.aatlo.al your

LAKELANDGREGG'S the city's spectacular cliffs \ demonntralloa .( of Madison will open the t.. and .tly leep f.
and' take the steep road the Funeral held Faith. 17th annual convention of

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HOME OF FLOWERS journey at night was nudecompletely Throughout. which their pilgrimage Conference with an address simple cfcecbV account
roud. will take the group October 20. sysfont. -

UV.tfl world. pilgrim will b* accompanied : \ which will continue
FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION Orvlelo& greeted the Pop on .t........4 1..m ... by an experienced ST. AUGUSTINE
his arrl""ln..r the Iml wing e ( I) .rc., .., .\.( III Smith Florida; AV.M* MU M427 cliffs. Th* Pi>p* then drove was mourned on August 3 at the bod]r wa purred. In the Biuhl-Ungual tourist escort UoMignor Joseph P Olirlen
,...,. Proceeds from the shopping director of SL Raymond Cemetery NATIONAL BANK
to the town Itself by a windIng the solemn Requiem at which rktMrh. Th .11.* '"l tie
road clinging to the stale. the Archbishop preaklerL .. r-ry tae MM. at X a and f brochure will be used to help Bronx. New Tork.1'N1M .
of the cliffs. her Emll: 11. )l11MM0 S.A. o'clock In tie ",.Ial. poor Catholic from mission of this year's gathering Safety-s.m.L..C. .
l=0ft BETTf ft GROYIS AND CROPS USE Bebop Dorvteo Is the sue assistant at Our Lady of An.geis areas In India to attend. the Is The Pastor's Role 14Chr&.tlan
After the Maa
Church In JtcksonvUl on August congress BurUL
t.aat of the Bishop to whom ,
X Father Ulon, .
Hi-Grade Red Level Dolomite was the celebrant' as.wXH by the laxly to YUUnova aocom.pttnied

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CRYSTAL RIVER QUARRIES INC.PhoM ..*.-...* Poc NjHi College autrkacet, n.Father Paul & was born ha* received a letter from .:.-.a aeMee O..V. :-...-., .:.Ir.till. 1
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CryiUl RWfr. PlorlcJA 795 2409 t ,,.-,.. r- ..'-. Father' Mertfcntr rtftahrr. dW f tat la ltt11. He taught at great atkfrtk with. the
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