The Florida Catholic
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079916/00034
 Material Information
Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 1964
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
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issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00034
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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ASIIL GTON. D.C. (NC) -The American Bishop a r Wcs to close I '

have chosen September 14, the opening day of the third "'01.. XXV, No. 43 Orlando Florida Friday August :1, 1 KU 10'
session of the
Vatican Council at the date for the

introduction of English in the administration of sacra

merits and sacramentals. r a staff writer

As a result of the U.S. Bishops' decision the entire Sisters to serve in this summer's series of Confra

ceremony of the sacraments including essential formulas IXx-trlne training courses are

will be i in English beginning September 14 using the newly \' and Cocoa Beach this week

approved text. Sarasota school began August 1? and will con
The decision was announced The announcement of the are being held in conjunction with

hy Archbishop( John F. Dear introduction of English in the for training of men and women in
form of the :
don of Detroit( chairman of S.R.SOTAFathtr Joseph P. Moran and several the
the U S. RL hops' comml>;*(lon on the e%e of the departure ofa Heart nffaieil. I cUi..-e4 In UsI
on the liturgical postdate, at tllocrsjn delegation to the hundred jubilant members of Our Lady Queen of Martyr CD( at Orlando and !'.1I.I."f.l..' i
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the direction of Francis Cardinal 14 National Liturgical pariAh in Sarasota were on hand recently to greet thjri .
Week. '.... In This Mmmrr pn'aranr .finnrrHlrrMUjr
Spellman of New York, School: Sisters of St. Francis when they arrived' In Sara: June ( In.iliHlri' his
president of the U S. Bishops'episcopal The meeting will be held inS
sota. The Sisters will staff the new school which U being I Me. rurrlril' sal Skis )r.tranil
conference.At t. Louts from August 21 toAugiut
I In |prrth.e. )'M" wUHIUI |(
built in Father Moron'sparish.
least three 27.Heidlng. ..lmn|.
publishingfirms ton of I second story whey h .M<.rf...,
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are printing the new the '
from the nf'"HMrr.
group (>\.r UHW laymen sod 'I? .UN
English ritual and .ltll.l ,
expect to Dior*"* of St. Augustine will Our Lady Queen of MartyrsSchool "We plan to adit one grade (
have the volumes sad, Cornell attend! cla.c.
ready be Father Jam. F. Gkwkler each Father )
Is scheduled to year Moran
openthis .. In v rluiM liMrtltut thi on ghoul
shortly. that bees
so these can be ]
president of the diocesan lit said thin week
fall with four cUa. .rooma the n .
obtained | wm* this tummer.Th .
by Priests from ''' '11''
\ commission and
urgical Father
church goods stores.Vaaffrrled Bernard F. for grades one through four The new school| |I. located i'unfralrnliy of Chn,..
Dlttman When It U the .I Mist| r.n.%|ltsBU. .*,...., I thin iHctrln .la an WMKicMtioii
by the .*w deslulon secretary of the commission. completed llur- urwanlserl. for the ,
djurmt" to lh |>*H'"h rbarrh.'
will be the Mann, I I. Also attending the liturgical new school designed by Ml- ] | riil of and' prwvatlun of the C..fto I
Mhlth Inlroduitlon. of KnsJUh: week in St Louis from the amt architect Thomas J. Madden Sisters on the teaching staffat ( .. ulk rullh.

I.l iritrrally r'|rrtrd' to take Diocese will be Father Datkl Jr. will have eight tiM Our Lady Queen of Martyrs anti It mploy men rf the Mw :.

place, November 29, tile flnot T. 0 Shea Father John J. rooms, nesting 380: pupils. In a School are Sister LutelU. who ** Inc *.. Banday of AduD"The offlrUIdrrlMiiB. Hluett, Father Lawrence P. \\"J) see as principal; Sitter | uf t the alit n"'>iniM. >.i-. of lilt
on this U M-hrdalrd Redmond Father Frsnci one-.tory bulkting. Kvs Mary and Sister PstrickMkhatl > has Raman. "' COUIH-II of P.itholla

to be tale hy them.rlrnItUhopa X. J Smith and Father Cyril The building has been NVoinvn fnIts. in)|>.iiiinl

la Rome I I. the fL! I1. Kennedy CPP.S. planned to permit the addl. Title. is the first aMignment. u .... work In the Uy alwwu i ..lte.
1 of the congregation In this JuT: and

IMnrtve. .. taught Peace on Cyprus

The School SM rs of St. 4 the
)' afirs' were founile In 1K7I l are askod by Pontiff

in Caw ""'lUiJoft, ""....nlt"" '" ,In
r1j 1uttlan: N the particular Diplomas awarded of all \".\TI1'.\N IITV twill of these. Sisters -l'OI.J.lrg "e |ViW| "'11111 \ I t h.4 lit pnl'I I \\1''''s

., high school*, *I#..MUry .< Miss Edith: II ileajcerty was one of 34 .. l key, U Inwc* coil 'the i'i.e5 utmnl >
'..J'IS" schnuts, music srhooj( students of Vincent's. Hospital' School of the irf (',|>r". to t 1..1...* h., .

and cactheU.si l c ltll\t
Th. Slater also work la bishop Joseph P Hurley Th. rommf> .. hfoly uf cyprua.

mission. anus In MbUtef, errUes were held August 9 at St Paul CMV IH ...."U.I ..1.|ram. 4*.*

amieg the Culore! oral fti Jacksonville." Assisting the Archbishop were lx Slant lr tic there I.,"..

MOS4anM and \\taonn<4n on th r David' It. Ctonin (Ifand Father Mf.l. In* r>i|>* MM lit II I.
J Indian ......ruUona.Th. Thomas tarktn.'Ecclosiam "lh. il.'ly wl ht., .|H...nU* ...,...
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I'Dtill' behalf liy AmlM. I ..r.
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hats' rio..l.. until th41. p oI'|"'H 4hns: d1 \ Itil..j1r'Wlell('i' CC r t nGr.ua.sML.la.JL."stern
ecu vejiV,tojepfirQi I' t *''m po'nfs' ; ; .
a (Cirnunrf was (..n.krrt f'f tAs' tM .,..,r".I.tj._,'nl*,"""""' .. '.. .i
r I ire .i. "Sisters; welcomed to Sarasota' Our Lady Queen ol Martyrs el/arre rs I ur*'" ,"1ITUh".. JhaIMigns.tLulsl
Church In No ,mh.r. |19!'+MX C.VHTKMAMNMY: ) ) (!1'Croia| Paul' VI .In t- I..ikall

Father Joseph P. Uorar. of Our Sister Lucelis, Sister Eva Mary and The firal M... In Ute prat the following main points in hilt first encyclical, '= ..<*.*' The latrfram Mb).thai Ih*
clonal fhurrh was offrfnl' oniKfai hilt Saltier .. ,
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Queen of Martyrs pttnah" b/.a Sister Patrick Michael. Mother Salam i iIt..1'.5
Lady Mary
ba.ar: u >. IMI( CM W-v ,. li. IT tn"I t i' e i-h r.in Only uf hM ...pwh.llr inn' 1,1't's
welcomed three School Sisters o! St provincial superior accompanied the 7. ite.i. Ute west rrrat th .1. ti the t his. II rluga.tla.ae t h'.h h a"'J 1,"" ", | ...*.... \t rval the ,""1.!/" siI,, I I eh!' >
I Francis who will staff his parish schoolIn SIi.t"rs to Sarasota from their mother was formally eWk. .1fJ. Iii 5154111 .1.) # | ..*.111 puMA with .fch .*.. .... ,
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Sarasota. Pictured with Father house in Chicago. asUst'B sv inik* iwinful f>' ii''< In

Moran at the airport are from the left Encyclical. ttit, (Opw wM-;! h Ka.* sit t" '
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All Saints Home resident .........._" .. It". upset ,woes. .wl I

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Pilgrims to Congresswill If* ralfcMt IM the '- .. --
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JACK.HONIIJLK' Delia Q,, a refcirnt of AHBaints .*# ami M/w lot

learn life of people in India Home fur the Aged in J.('.....".'".. .br.l..f l hr ,...... ai ,......

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ROMn.1V (CAn) opportunity to learn somethingof ... '.."1'"t .Lek .I. Ik. tea.Bite. .laded ( St. Augustino
Mrs. Cn and the other rraldenta of the h fstrdwas She seed !. .., .l..
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the life of the of India will be given to diocesan ..,...... ...... Ie .. I. "
people .
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pilgrims to the forthcoming International Kucharistie /1s .......... ". .h..nlt. ...... ) a teed I turn rVasMsiuItTSsSu lkn> that. a....... .. ., Florida
Congress. In making the detailed plans for the Bombay t.Me.nl cad. d.usNldg.. .. .of *) ML J....,.... sad ,,,A.iti. d.ee .
congress this fan officials have arranged for many to Th group from the f>*nr*.. Mir <.<>tt.. ratnrtto afW1'. Mf.* w a s hlplNlwl elth .....",. has annswteed! |the t.I1n1, ,

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Facets of CCD training institutes demonstrated; In Sarasota

Photographs taken at the recent Confraternity of St. Joseph parish, Bradenton; Father Francis Welsmil- Venice; John Rudd, St. Martha; Genevieve Shannon, Attending the course (right) for catechism

Christine Doctrine institute for the Sarasota area show ler, St. Bernard pariah, Holmes Beach; Father John J. Epiphany; Sister M. Bridget M.H.S.H., one of the instructors school teachers,are, from the left Rita Belsinger, St.

phases of the program carried out this summer in par Rodgers St. Martha parish; Father William A. Kelly. for the lnatitute; Mary Cole St. Bernard Martha; Ann Sapp, Holy Cross parish Palmetto; Terry

lab centers throughout the Diocese.' Taking a break Epiphany pariah, Venice; and James McNeil St parish, Holmes Beach; Mary Ellen Dies, St. Raphael Macke, St. Martha; Susan Creed, Holy Cross; Pam

()left) between classes at the institute) held at St. Raphael parish, Englewood. Pictured at a practice IKS- parish Englewood; Ronald KaMclman St Martha; King and Sandy Pitts, St. Martha parish. Laymen and

Martha pariAh are, from the left Frances Stanaland, Ion (center) for members of a pariAh CCD executive Barbara Mashke, St Raphael; and Roger Spenard laywomen attending these summer training institutesare

Holy Cross pariah Palmetto, F. V. Welsh, Epiphany board are, from the left B. R Graters and Bill Maher, Queen of Martyrs parish Sarasota. Mission[ Helpersof given an opportunity to learn every phase of the

parish, Venice; W. F Kuhn president of the CCD at St. Martha, Sarasota; Stella Detchemendy, Epiphany, the Sacred Heart taught classes at the two-week in. CCD-home school and work.

I Florida Pope says no room for I Legion nf decency a rated foln coLT,morally? the THIS tbMtr..norrates u- r .nlm...,->I. College/ graduates accept

new movies .n pubu.hodr tit. a.osd taC" -

selfish capitalism ..,... S*. 1"41 "" each month. apostolic mission to Iraq

MaitlandSt. Morally Objectionable[ In Part for AH

Amarlcanlidlo. of Emily, Of Human Bonda*. S BAGHDAD (NC) Young American lay apostles
Sawed; Heart Mary Magdalen Palm Waakrnd
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& have halfway around the world
On August 1$. three Priests Misunderstood Parents a Black Sabbath Papln Tom ,JKaCandlde come to help bring the
of Italian businessmen here that "there .is Prt.... Loa
group no Faith to young Iraqi and find new
working in Tampa discussion of teenagers, will aspects of it in
pronounced Csrpahasprs, The of Adam and Eve JKM
In times for which Is and
their final vow In tie the subject of Father Hubert room our 'capitalism e&-o.'ra JKIMComady Parch It JKUPurpl themselves.The .
pursued u an end In itself." of Taros NumiConiuf.l of laymen here Jesuits for more and more
the Society of Jesus: Father Reason's talk to men corps
spirit of sacrifice, there Is Had. Tb Racine Kvr JKI.cm .
Leo A. Nicoll and Father and women of SL Mary Mag The Pope spoke on August certainly no lack of these because .....,. Rampage MO consists of 13 June graduates help with the Oriental Rite
William W. Wolcott of Jenult dalen pariah Monday evening 4 at an audience granted to this doctrine demands Cry of Batll Hfun Satanth Pawn IISTU of Boston College Holy Cross Catholic churches in Bagh
of aT S.. and the Girl JTftSTh
I ha Using Corp Slnfl
High School and Father Russell August 21, In the (church following leaders of the chamber ofcomm.rc. reform In which consideration I Damanlla* II te.....k Corridor S College and Georgetown and dad.

F. Whiting of Sacred novena' servk.es. The of PUtola province.He of the advantage for the t..,ll and TIM Tan Oommtndmant* Bho In the Dark, Afoot Amherst universities. Theywill The lay apostles will have

Heart Church. program sponsored by the old that it .U always I for Taaa. mall World ofBamrnr work with the 60 Jesuit an .
complete good of man prevails Prom Ruialn with lx>v* Ins Th. IeWH opportunity tol lt Old
Present were the Jesuit St. Mary Msg'Jalen Women's notable service to promote over economic considerations. Qua Hawk Th SoWl.r" In tk* Rain from the USA. who conduct Testament cite, Babylon l>,
communities of Sacred Heart Guild will be followed by a and develop the economy H Honeymoon.. Rlila Tall Motel. Station Splamlor Six In Sahara Ik* Orat STUHJKM Baghdad College which is a \iaevehimrud..

parish and of Jesuit High short business meeting of the "But It Is. more honorableand Hormr of Party Baaed JKLHuua Htranilar, Th* high school and AIHIkma
School and the parents of the Guild In the school. praiseworthy today \ever1helenii, It mast al I la INK a Horn.. A JT sundry In New Tat JU University. Both are thriving A visit to the Holy Land

Priests pronouncing the vows Miami to Improve the sector experiencing way be borne In mind that Irma 1* Ih*1+Cool...of....tk. Ir JKM, Sir Tartar TII,.. Pablra of Lov Institution.- during Christmas or Easter

Barry' College a crisis and to aim the ('''.rrb. mother and Johnny Tool VH ".,,'1>,...* and the Monk When the American Jesuits holidays Is a part of their pro-
above all the teacher understand supreme.ly Jokar, Th. Tiara Tahiti' came to Iraq more than 30 gram. The return Journey to
A school social service at averting pain.
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lady of LourdesA will be Inaugurated at Dairy ful phenomenon of unemployment I well what I* required' to Kill. with a Whip. KMTI Al. ST years ago they dreamed of a the States may be on a tramp
reception was held at he added. proceed with wUdom and. If Iwdr the C..aIxwklnc Me and Vlrto, STM distant day when they might steamer or Involve a jeep ride
College, operated here by the ,
.. .
Our Lady of Lourdes ptrih 1..1. a La. V.. *
eremiary, l1'.d..I1be Mid. have 300 in the high school through Europe.
Dominican Sinters of Adrlon.Mlchl'4" for I.#.. KM W'.ll of Nob. TWnlH
for Brother Wallace Hough- In the fall of 10M. "ThiMO who speak of reps "Also Its !'A. mi Ik. nhrlar HJKM of Ih. 140. they established. Today that Experience with the lay.
ton formerly of Dunedin last 1I.1I.m110 many do.-nith activity even provide .H IH Ih. WWdla What n Way I* U* IT school with a 2Vacre! campus, men who have worked here
Sinker Mary Dorothy, president valuable collaboration Marilyn KIM Who' ftfm SUantnrIn .
week. Brother will the which defined It
lloughton concepts ,, and 1000 students Al- indicates that realize
said It wa decided' to r It aim Martn. 1 1 la My Bad 1(1.51M.ry nearly
e always at
make his perpetual profes,* In the last century how they Had a Mill Wild It.",... Hlkma University situated for the lint time the extentof
tU>tt-a a Brother of the Con open the school following have been left behind by the entire social order respectfor M...|... of the Rad t>**tk DI Wlva and Insure JM the contribution they
meetings with Bl.hop Cola the person, principle of "'.w Inlarna Tk* WorM' hy Night on a 270-acre campus has can
gregallon of the Holy Cross F. Carroll of Miami andlocal reality of thins, (the Popesaid. Mahi Mvm Pall ST Tftardiy. Twlay and reached an enrollment of 500 make to the Church. Mean
man between
this month. He Ir the son of harmony Individual New Kind *f Lov.. A JKMU Tomorrow DJKU students after while their spirit of sacrifice
only eight
welfare leaders at whichth.
and group And It works are
Mr and )lr.. Henry lloui Condemned and
exemplary religious Ihes
need In this area for Smiling, he continued: "At also of real usefulness since, years.
tun who now reside In Austin And God Cr.alad "' ....... OMf MlmrM for the wins the admiration of the
Tease. trained 1 ootlal workers In times we wonder whether we.that operating from these prernIt Ralcony. The WX1 Summer, A In.-wn The laymen from the UAfact Iraqi
agencies hospitals, school is to say the social doctrines *.*, It provide for the Had of (Orat. Mlt.ouBHrAnInni. :: b.l'bl'd.l... I.! the know students elL they come to
DJKMMedo *
and Industry was emphasized.The of the Church can give achievement of the final aim Molaatar Tk STW
11 n My Ufa t* 1.1". cbrooms of these school
St. Petersburg school: will li.* the seventhof rUe to difficulties. The answer -the economic: and social welfare Prathiw. WXT JII..... 01 Sunday TV

Its kind In U. S. Catholic U easy If by difficulty of the whole community """" .."... Ka Th..lar4ftalr. HSTWCO pad Mud.CH.ataa.tao.OoIr_,. Tk JKL Those who are athletically St.

Institutions. we mean ...m..I.ant., &; iii ,"' Pup Paul concluded 1 M l__..".. MaDoll. Of Wayward 1_. FUST, inclinde will aloo serve as Petersburg
C- Isis, Oaro* ""' .... f BrPaaaleifiat .> '.1 coaches: of the football ,
,f DANIEL/ r. WINTER I co. '. The .um.... and
To end conflict Oaring On. Night TS Phaadr NJLaMy bask.tball.t.m. Others. will
Hoipif'* School Wt New deanery chairmen : C****. IT Playgirl Aftar Dark CT lead In debating dramatics.
40J florid Theotr IW,. BKRU.V (.NC) A new nv Day Lees. HO ..I..*.. NM Now IIKU mu lc. Some will Holy Name Church
Olrl Silk Ik. Gelds i.y.* TV Port af [)ael,* nerve a* prefects
St. PetersburgPhone Church-state agreement to Mare. and maws PH,*l. pnoarlyQvaatlnn for the boarding JACKSON'SSHOES
I .n-Onl I end conflict between Poland'a listed for DCCW year I L**.. Tee Loaf HOImat of Adultary CST students.
Catholic and Its communist of Len'TU *at.rar Night and
Jnn of Ik* Anpl.' ITS Sunday Mwmlni. SU Their work will free the
government has been railed.
for by the Cracow Catholic T4 M. AatMlM .._r. ., the tamaaj r..__ Of OlkaMa.. w...*) U L'Avraan Hue. iXltklll4dy Scrap$axnCaoltal Ky. Bin. HKLOTh
Enjoy AUTOMATIC Hal. Nt1.s fa pad se.l.s..s la* IMI..*. c... sad Nfl ikia ll.c rtialtarlvy LvrLaw. NIP--. DON BARDELLA
weekly, Tygndnik Powssechny. The JK antis M Edouard
a summer C.
ilK..p-Fill.dl. It has ben reported here. TreoldentMr ('uaetlt.tlon'! sad lLan Ins Ltaln. ..i ton.*riiaa* ,,....,"..... MJMW Craig Manager
*. AlUlar A. Reye Org.nlMlluN sod l*.. Item Third Sat Contractor and Distributor
DEUVERY rUports said the weekly ..... I. My '"",...... T_ Tew .. To* 1.1 a : 641 Central Ave, 1&2.1251
urged that the new agreement 34 Hope 81.bl l>eveh>|*went L*.. Pillow Trial. *f Oarar ...... for
PWot bit based, on coexistence andobJtt'tlvt Augustine Mrs. lmond! rool."k..I'r..d..t l_.r*. Th. Trwh, Tk. (L. Yarllaj
..,. Metal, Certmf
ItMIIIdeeveter Madvmolaall |> M Indiana.
St. P H- ill Ponce do Leon St
\ and not on emo Mafdaias tar ., tk* Bwttoai 1M Mosaic Ti2ett17.4tft
-4444)14 tion. The weekly also said Mrs, Eugene: Darche Keystone Club Estates Maid. t* Paris Waka..d STUWn St.
20J1 Urvward KeystoneKimlljr te."..* this *f t.., "WM MJLM s., 347-4101 w
that although no one In Poland > ,std ....
Millar .Uhll Wlf ;;
raJt thinks of overthrowing JacksonvilleIterurdlng Inc and Purent 1 .
Key to Symbols
the communist government KUliKllo.Trrk:
HetreUryMrs. safety orrlCVi'a .....1 IDi r.HtV j, rR'L'CTII= C'I ........t. .. ALPINE ;
OLDEST 'M LARGEST. many Pule Including communists J. J. Kiwlemlj Mrs Hal hall Sri MrrMira nil .... (Hi d*> c.NL ITI morally .aaorapt.M X530'I
IN'"HawI would like to Improve loud Gardenia Dr. P. 0. nol tIe on** *ad anxntll. CKNTAIH _._ |U. low iMoralMtl" The al now Nurtin? Homo
IL PaUtk _ttl.** ..,........*. IK Ia IV' ......... Iewangt for tho fntt
Tallahassee .lva.s It.l daa..* IMI dl*. rKAT\.ua gmaly ........ CW, m Nwnin?
_._- (\rre*|....111. HerrrlaryMr IIMorUsj k>*..1 (CUN''N INI .!* **. *. (XI _._ ITI dt*. Homo Core. St. rVonbgrf
*, Louts Solana Mrs. Ed Cur ley Ol MtMd*. Sit, .**ll*.. tell .....*. MISMrpRMBMTS ISI o7oS7JUS
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Ambulance Service SL Augustine St. Augustine

This. r ....u, MM lc. ,,\It Hoot Treon. rer II... sat! Ika.-I .taerbtku Requiem said for
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= The Florida Catholic. Friday, August %1. 19M p-ay ..

; ... Mass guide
God's world : '

9 : I SUNDAY. August 23

llth Sunday after Pentcost. *-
F (Mass of Sunday, Gloria
Bible enshrines word from heaven Creed, Preface of Trinity .

It be too personal truth which MONDAY August 21
WOULD Cod wished re 9
to ask "How corded. St. Bartholomew. (Mass of

long Is It since jou have God' revelation of Himself \ feast Gloria, Creed, Prif-

opened a copy of the Bible was limited of course by the i' r9\ j ace of Apontlei.)
for Father Tl11SDAUI.t: 25
the purpose of reading particular talent of Ills human r \ !
It F 1 l St. Louis. Rasa of
? f' ( a confessor
Leo J. agent and by the lit .-
Many of us honor the Bible l erary styles and mode of expression .. 'e #' not a Bishop Gloria

more by lip service than by Tresiaelvea of the \arloua eras I \ a Common Preface)

devout use. In thousands of In which the Bible was writ l\ .tI "IR 1 '1. \ WEDNESDAY. August 2ftMaM

Catholic home there repose ten. That Is why in the Bible, .,, : ,.. ( of previous Sunday.
a large "Family Bible" and sublime truths are not always" \ 2nd Prayer of St. Zphyrlnus. -
It ls unfortunate that such / : t. r Common Preface or.
a sublimely expressed.' But. lV .
volume is so widely neglected. ... however pedestrian or at.- Feast of St. Zephyrlnu.
r rt Mas of ont or more Supreme
It is to the Word of Cod by scure the verbal structure It JI
primary of
source Pontiffs Gloria,
the physical act of eating His always Is Cod Who speak y
knowledge" of God ami of Common PrefaceI
Body. In reading the Bible, .
oar Lord In. ('brl..." Bat we unite ourselves to the The w hole Bible la the revelation I 1 THt'ftSDAY. August :T

It is much more lhaa a mere Word of God by taking Him of Rod throMfk His St. Joseph Calsesnetius.
book of knowledge., It U a spiritually into our mind and BOB, tb.t'ord.. (Ilfa.* of feast Gloria, Common -
polat of actual .
personal con.tact PrefKeJFRIDAY.
heart We can be sure, ton
The Old Testament 1
with" God and withChrUt. a .
August 29
that Jesus will not fall to confer revelation looking
preparatory St. Augustine of hippo Pa.
grace upon one who comes forward to God final and .
tron of the 01..... of St.
to Him with love where
The ancient Fathers of the He definitive manifestation of
Church has enveloped Himself In the Augustine. (Mae of a doctor.
have compared the Himself a* Jesus. The New
holy Scripture with the In written word. Testament Is the actualization Nurses graduate from St. Vincent's in Jacksonville Preface. Gloria.ISVU'KIHY Creel l. Common

carnation. By the Incarnation When we read the Bible of all that the Old Testament .

they point out the Word of with faith and with rever.enie fortlhado fd. St. Vmcent't HotpIUl; Schoolof lured above are th. graduates .lend; Reieann V. Slebe. Wait mend leach; Dawn A. FinlUa. Beheading. of August st. John 29 the.tUptlnt.

God was enshrined In human we are directly "tuned In reading the Bible matt Nursing graduated 34 senior from the Wt front row, Edith; Paten Beach; Caryn) J. TtioriH JackioiivilU; Martha G. WU (Mas of feast
flesh.God In has the been Bible the Wordof In" on God. We are In an Intimate persons find It eatler to bruin itudenh at commencement *i- I. :K*-'9ry, WaycroM, G..r. hI; Winter Haven; Claudia a.Burnett don Start. ; bat row, Lynda t.iorta.; 2nd Prayer of St.
enshrined In personal relationshipwith .
with the New Testament, es.pedally ,. Marian R. Ford Jeclton InterUckan R. .HtwiH. JacVtonviQa Jwbin.i Common Preface)
written words. Him. He Illumine our erciMi on Sunday August 4'!>*; ; Audrey M. ; Mary

Spiritual writers also have understanding and speaks to here that the w" e moot Gohpels.quickly It and U ArtHbitKop Joseph P. Hurley vilU; ; tarbare L MariKal, lake. lrodi9'; Holy HiBj, : Mary A. A. Lewis; Richmond; Virginia: !

compared Bible reading to u* through the word, whichwe : Intimately establish communion conferred tke diplomat at St. SpeRman" AHa> U. Georgia; Margaret A. Pierce; Coc. ST. AUGUSTINE

Holy Communion. In Holy are reading. For each of with Jesus. When we do Paul_Church. In JecisonviBe.; Pic Mary R. Alfred. JjcUn.itUj; ; Beach; KatKerine. ; M. Pattart. ,

Communion we unite our. u* who read In a spirit of turn to the Old Testament, - -'- St. Vincent's Mary L DooUy, Cocoa back; Tampa; R.b rta A. Raw, Palm

reverent faith the Bible U an second H.. Fraue leach Sh.,..
we find It more Intelligible Reports efforts row, D. ; Batty C. Mar.
Individual letter from hea\tn. because of the light cast upon JackwnwtW; Psfrkia L Cuhan. tin; JacVi nilte; Sheila M, SlJfH.;

Daytona Beach w.t never forget that It by the New. X.\T.*U Br.Hl NO) A graduates 1 berg, [... Gab; ; Miriam; ; A. fler. 1"'_.....; and Kathryn( L

Gad| U the real aathor .f the We cannot read the Bible production unit of the Canadian ,9',11., JacttOflviXe. ; TVerei. Hasten* Jen** leach.PONTIAC.
Bible. without spiritual' profit' prolded Broadcasting Corporation A. L LaV WortS Jan
*"g ; E,
\ we read with" pr..rfula"fntlv.n..1II U here to complete the 34 nurses Fort Marion
Whatever In the F,."... Ww Hollywood; M.r.a .
appear to God' \olcc. filming of a documentary report
I holy book la there because After Cad i has gone to so on Catholic. : effort In JUKHON\II.I.K The .r.t J. Ns.! OoLand; SKsronM Chevrolet Co.

God want it there. Unseen much trouble, humanly speaking Latin Amerte to arhlete the graduating rUia. of SI Vinfenl /lanf.,d. Wei) Danby, New a....... a., i MM* ....

and unfelt by the human to communicate with us. alma of the ecumenteal 1 rosin .* Hi-|>ltal School! writers God caused them to It will be a shame If we' nul rIL The report( .U esperted to Nursing" received, diplomas Irrenlly ; bash, Gloria J. Chit; BANTA BROSSt. St Augusiine;

put down the events and the lily rib effort by our neglect be tele*bed In December. at St. Paul Church InJaiksonvtlle c., Daytona lath; iKi'rd; .w, Augustine VA 94212

lrt.;ii e M. Hughes" CanandaJog -

Sacred New York larbara T. KelUr .
Scripture \.p. Joseph P. Mar *. ;

Icy a<*., aealur. .twlrata. en ....ot.,. (II'OM. Mar,aril; *, Canal Zone;

Italian.. and American Feed .Iuget t. r.III.1....... M.I.C. a-......* R, O>..aKr, St

Optll I P.M.'h1 II P.M. Meditates on shortness of life >anfnr4 (',M, presented the P.tenbwg; Joyce C. 1(,.., 0,.

S lanquet Facilities/ THE editors of the Book eternity. Originally the }.II.. Barbara I>nul*. Marshall EUGENE L BARNES
Psalm divided It Into prayerful musing of
a pious
Gotod "fond.rs of Lakeland re five booklet, most probably Israelite It was adapted to & SON
alumnae award for general
SAN REMORESTAURANT In imitation of the five booksof national liturgical vue by the rather. eicellenre. The Rt Vincent REALTORS I 'INSURORS
the Law of }Moses the so- addition of \u.... 1, It 17. V 41 King Street 'trNr
Joke J. d. Paul award for ouut n
called Pentateuch.The .
St. ,tl
Augu o
II Is a t>Mlm, wkkh et tog qualities UfO SO. RIDGEWOOD with fourth booklet open ........ the .eallmenls .t all Catttlotwrath. 1 and nh n>l spirit| wa. awantwtto l.t. .J lift
psalm 83, a meditationon
wee wk atop .. think. *f tilt .i tiles Carolyn Jane Thorn
CL 2-1357 the shortness of human
.....I.K of life. hill of Winter Haven.
life aa compared with God's.rC .
MlM CUuttla Ann llurtvett. A Catholic Retirement Center
Lire U so important to all McDONALD'SDRUG
Int.rt.rh.n, ec.Ived the. I.esalty
.- J. Sradwq'sDaytona of u*, a* Indeed It ahoukl \.. we are u rout I lA
t put
award for ....,.........'
Moving & Storage Co. .is But what exactly do we mean You have kept our Inlqui- lit clinical, nurtlnr.TN TUCSON. ARizONJFKINTALS ;
by ".Ut.Earthly .xlatenceTAt tie before you, our hidden STORE
Agent ALLIED VAN LtNCS INC.DAYTOXA arkir*** at the M' >mmencement < ONLYICIvhtepJe. /
the roll of
year on. we sin* in the llfhl
BKLAXD realize with each new birthday your scrutiny 11t.> eserrlsM l was City h a !e. ,.nf.1 l Xt
Ill *.. c..phlJ-C'L HIM NO ft* Blr4V-RX: 44MT_J candle how quickly they Death wa an |n .lulile I"given. -.8S y'her It. J.rMt J, 47 1 King Sfrnot .f fiKtM- .H* .nryCarh.ft. R..vem.At City U H,.. Uw;

roll But why do they roll, punishment for sin, but In away mnehsMd. Subs Writ f 1* |r..hur.
The program
HOME APPLIANCE and hither are they rolling? It wa. a merry For life with IWrwctlt1tun nf the Noel ST. AUGUSTINEVA G. AltVed McGinn.. Ge< M" .

A J A A Y SERVICE These are question whichall Hflntre hy s4n could t.. ni* >e lUrtantenl. 0,11.: qty HOI N. C.**> *' K.d.
men must fare at one time nothing but a long string of 4-1487
1.45.4. qe".
Wathert Electric
Dryers, Ranges,
or another, and they tll'CDR'le miseries, frank gratping* !<*
Vacuum" Qeenen. Al wart qwarsnHed.WetKe .. Mass for cadets
when look
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rented. more pointed we h.pp4e.aa. r inu < CAMPpMntffWBU -
s at our ehea In the over-ad UN .t Party end
CL $.S2J4 714 Raad .. ..
l.a.v..h KIM.M r "l\T. > iMkM
? scheme of thing, when ". heart sad r*..i>d soil *MIK CATHOLICS OF FLORIDANOWt
( -- rMJvntfe gr.4ls*..4
see. ourveJte stalest the *.niy la the MKR *( tsar .
from tK.. Unite MMM lies
tmtkgrauml of eternity.agsuwt yen or e4..Kjr. If we areMr.nt A NON PROFIT CATHOLiC FPATtRNAL SOCIETY OFFERS
In Flowers
Artistry the hatkgrouetd U the t..... .,triM Aciy *itt
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by Joseph's Florist eteriMLIfefor And tread tit them see fnMIr
the meuMabam were ** teN f. they |)*.. tM ssdesny'. Me.w.rbl. LOW BUDGET HOSPITAL
Floral Defcfnin: Fee Ersry OccatioAPK : lx-r(4(teQ and the earth r 4ktjr ami .e drift awe, Chap) MM lay t.Ii. they
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brought forth from e,eriMting merlh.M IMrtfIH.
to everUattwg The shied, .<..*. l.r*. The teletssM. fIl ttItt U....
"FOURTH GENERATION JEVrlLIM -SINCE III!" are God. yew Ikt.t s..t_.l r.fl* lUi, ,. I. ... father II...". .*-wRM r and LIFE INSURANCE
the stale .* Ik. *.(!.. u a'a
You turn man hack to ctaari.M > h N Uwe*****, Ort>iMu
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DISCIPJJNE,f la almost a trademark well on the road to delinquency. A Following I* the second the guiding criterion of the that It was so proclaimed In decewore, with the bright to the light of of faith of and to
the gift grace,
school With discipline: child must also be taught cope with portion 'completing the text ecumenical: counciL w. wantto the holy Gospel, that It II so company of saints which our which exalt Itself In a

there is always a certain amount of apparent injustices; otherwise that of an English translation of recall It to mind as a stimulus much a part of the plan of age has given to the Church and optimism which believes native

irritation. For the teacher it often child will not be able to face a world the encyclical EccleslaraSuam. l to preserve the perennial our destination to the King on earth and In/beaeen. of Its own energies suffice that to
Th document was released vitality\ of the Church, her dom of Cod. It Is so much In with the devout
means staying' after school to super where injustice is a commonplace. to the world on August continuous awareness and danger because of the great the faithful that charity give man complete lasting

vise detention; for the parent, it may Schools are major training ground 10 but was dated August e, ability to study the signs of store the modern mind sets should assume today *'right and beneficent self-expression.

icean a special trip to school; for the for life. They offer an Introduction to the feast of the Transfiguration the times and her constantly by possessions that It Is so ful position that Is, the first Or, finally, of humanity which

child it entails a certain feeling of per life in society The classroom situation of Christ youthful agility In "scrutiniz' necessary to help us to understand and the highest In the scaleof plunges Itself Into a crude

edition--the world is against him. in a sense represents law enforcement ing It all carefully and' retaining so many of our weaknesses religious and moral value form of pessimism which

The object of discipline is to teach parents, industry the Church. WE must serve the only what Is good ((1 Th. and failures In the Not only should this be in declares and Its moral own vices ailments weak
and nesses
love but
as 8,21) always and everywhere.But past and to show us what our theoretical: estimation to
the child: the great lesson of justice The teacher endeavors to help the Incurable
she Is with be fatal and
a dear understanding Into practice : pen
let us repeat U of life should be and also by being put
good f is rewarded evil is punished. child to live up to responsibility. From of history and once way Christian life. haps even desirable as manl.festatlon .
again for In the
our common admonition what ls the best way to announce
Conalatent discipline: avoids the pitfalls his earliest years the child must be humbly searching for the will and profit: the the religion of Christto of freedom and of

of desperate steps and heightened taught to do his assignments welL In* of Cod who assists and guides Church will rediscover her souls. And finally, it Is so Let this be so of tae charity MMcharity I authenticity.

temper which are part and parcel of dustry will demand this of him. The her even when at times He renewed youthfulness not so difficult to practice! It as wt towards'' God out which t'Oazed ...". The Gospel, which reoog.

erratic discipline. Consistent discipline child must be taught to obey school permits human weakness to much by changing her exterior ought that w* presume to ptured'aIM of the charity nixes, denounce, pities and

teaches a child to accept: : responsibility regulations. Society will expect the eclipse: and the the purity of her features laws as Interiorly assimilating mention it explicitly In this which tree 1. r't.rsi we .ho.rt cures human misforturet
beauty of
for his actions. child to obey its laws. The child must It Is this her true spirit of our message. We do this not display' towards oar l > with penetrating and sometimes

Everyone concede the necessity respect authority. A lack of respect beauty whJcb.w..purity are and endeavoring obedience to Christ and accordingly because we have the Intention bon, that .. 'tt' say, the'bus with heart-rending stncerity
by observing those of (Issuing pedal canon! does not
yield to
; for discipline. But few can agree on will cause chaos in the home. The child to discover and laws' ... ratPCharltr: any
I which the Church prescribes regulations on the subject illusions about the natural
what mode of discipline should be car must be taught to accept: His respon promote.We for herself with the but rather to'ask. of you, venerable explains all things. goodness of man (as If h.

tied out. Whether a parent goes along slbilities to God. God will demand an must deepen within Intention of following Christ. brethren, the comfortof Charity Inspires afl things: were sufficient unto himself

with the rules of a school or not, account of his stewardship.Yes us these convictions: if we are your agreement, your Charity make all things pos and as If he needed nothing

the parent should give full support to discipline: is a cross for student to avoid the other danger Way narrow counsel and your example.We sible. Charity renew all else than to be left free to express -

the regulations. To do otherwise can parent and teachers. But it is a which the desire for reformran Here 1s the secret of her renewal look to you as the things. Charity "sustains, be- himself according to hU

be disastrous. Teachers are lawfully small cross in comparison to the one product not only In us here her "metarioU.: authoritative voice which Interprets lieves hopes, endures to the whims), nor to any despair.
patters, who are held beck by the' better Impulsesby last- ((1 Cor. 13,7)). Who U Ing resignation to the Incur-
here her
exercise of
constituted' authority A child who is we will have to carry if we cast df.t.oclp11ne a watchful sense of perfection. .
raponal.bility which the Spirit of Christ who does not
Even though the there among us able corruption of human np
taught to disrespect any authority is aside. but also In the
itself In the
many Church's law might be made manifest know these things? And. If ture.
faithful who think that the easier to observe by the Church,'to tell us how pastors we know them. Is not 'this

ktFaith reform of the Church should simplification of some of Its and people 'ought to adapt perhaps the hour of charity? The Compel I Is light It li
Everybody consist primarily In adapting their language and conduct to .."'...., It I* energy It ls. rebirth >
precepts and by placing confidence This and
vision of humble
Its sentiments and habits to It U salvaUoa.
poverty today As the Apostle
I In the liberty of the
Christian perfection
those of the
world. admonishes "Yours .Is to
moral law held The fascination: of worldly modern Christian, with his be'' the same us, mind which leads our thoughts to Marymost Hence,' It both creates and
life today Is very powerful In greater knowledge of his Christ Jesus showed (PhlL holy for she reflects define a type or new life,
deed. duties and his greater maturity this vision most perfectly and about which the New Testament
unchanging Church menU, but on the ground thatit Conformity appears to and wisdom In choosingthe 2,5), We look to you to say wonderfully In herself; she teaches us a continuousand
YOUR many as an Inescapable and how
to bt on the pointof Is I against nature for moneyto wise course. Those who means' to fulfil them, thelaw we should, tngether'propose lived it on earth and now in remarkable lesson whichIs
for the life of the
contradicting some of Its breed. The taking of Interest not well rooted In Faith and nevertheless, retains Its Church thost 'directives heaven she rejoices In Its expressed In the warning of
1 she now allows Is not essential binding force. St. Paul "You must not
both in the observance of ecleilas- glory and beatitude. Devotionto : fall
teachings on faith and which: must bait our confidence
I I. The Christian life which '
\lJtul'1-1t a reasonable compensation tics! law easily think that Mary t la happily flourishingin In with the manner of this
Freak J. more upon the help of
lIIon It. for the profit the the Church Interprets and 'Church and world then must be Inward
today ;
the time has come for ; we; -
concessions God and the of the
Ont hears this a* a jibe Sbe4 lender might have mad by to be made to secular: seta down In wise regulations spirit than \ goods temporal on this occasion: gladly turn change, a remaking of

from non-Catholic.; ont hearsIt using the money himself the norms of life, as If these were will always require faithfulness means. These upon must remind our thoughts to her'to admireIn your minds, so that you can

also as hope or fear from Inconvenience of being without better and as If the Christiancan effort mortification and, u*. and teach: 'the world that the Blessed Virgin motherof satisfy yourselves what bCod.
It and the risk of sacrifice It will always bear '
not ;
Christ (and therefore the will, the good thing the
Catholics. It 1s too vast a question and must make them his spiritual goods take precedence
the mark of the
it back.
gelling "narrowway"
mother of Cod and the desirable thing the perfectthing" f
to discuss now but we Out without sin own.This of which Lord over economic goods.
desireto our
may mother of the model Rom. 12
phenomenon of adaptation in) of ( 2)).

and that should limit and
can examine I Its keyword have no mort children, Just speaks to us (cf Matt. 7.13 we Christian the mirror r
It tan flow from so great an .to noticeable In the subordinate the possessions perfection, Thta distinction between ,
II ont may desire to haveJntM' si.); it will require not less
That. word I..aeha.glag"Kemper enthusiasm for ont elementIn money In either case philosophical field (how moral energy of us modern and use of 'the latter Insofar of true virtues, the prideof the life of the Christian and ,4\

*at>s*'- always the a doctrine that other elements the method make all the dif much: fashion counts even In Christians than It did of as they are useful, for the true.humanity the life of the worldlng also \

MM..Is sjM
the Calbolkl'l1uana.: vanished lrol'lthe tnthu- The man who want more ought to be autonomous and perhaps more. mission. Mary as a source"of Gospel from the consequent recogni- ,I
Blast's mind. Consider one ex fret and only avid and docile The In lion of the sanctification ,
In fact It was chosen for money may go and work for brevity of this allusionto teaching. our pilgrimage to produced ,/
herself by Queen Elisabeth ample. It, or borrow It, or steal It: by before truth and the author II will ran for a prompt the nobility and necessityof the Holy Land we wished to In u* by our sharing In 4

who ,took England definitelyout The Eucharist nourishes any of these methods he get ty of approved masters!), as obedience, no less bl.dl"loo the spirit of poverty which learn the lesson of real Christianity the Paschal mystery and. j

of tht Church: apparentlyall not only the Individual recipient the money, but only the third well u In the practical field, day than Isj the pact that will characterizes the Gospel of from her the most above all. in holy Baptism

she meant by It was that but the whole Christian U sinful.! Th. couple who where It Is becoming more be, perhaps, more difficult Christ, does not exempt us blessed, lovable humble and which a* was saId above, 1* j

she Intended to stay unma* co'mmunlty"Tbt ont bread want no more children may and more uncertain and difficult and rertalaly more merllorlSM from our duty of remarkingthat Immaculate creature, whose and ought to be considered a 1 j

rled. Taken seriously, It make us ont body.* abstain from union restrict to point out the line of I. that It Is guided more this spirit. docs not prevent privilege It was to give to the true rebirth. Again SU Paul

would bt rather a dubious CoM-entralioa troth union to the infertile period moral rectitude and right coo bjr saperaatiiral motives thaaBuktaral us from understanding Word of God human flesh In remind us of this truth; "V. j
quota, translatable as "In a rue 41-le.rk the baUsjc on tf thedoctrine or practice contraception: by duct. ..... and making lawful use of Its pristine and Innocent who wert taken up Into
Naturalism threatens to economic This has beauty. To her Christ by Baptism have been
rut. any cf these methods thy It U reality. now we turn
la two .. not conformity to the
render null n4 vow the '
To. proverb To have lived avoid procreation, but only fturU or the world not Immunity assumed an enormous and our Imploringgaze! II to a taken up all of us. Into his
long I* to have changed often* TINt MM may be discussed the third la forbidden by U>. conception of Christianity from the discipline of far.reaching Importance In loving mistress of life, while death. In our Baptism, w. u<

Is certainly true of that very so exclusively as a meal that Church Relativism which justifies reasonable asceticism: not Indifference the development cf modern wt discus with you venerable hart been burled with him. j I
long.lived Institution, tht one mhtr't't/ that It le I aeacrlflce everything and treats civilisation, particularly In its brethren the spiritualand died like him. that Is, Just a*
Whit RH.... II de.royethe all\ things sa of equal value to the laxity of
of Immeasurable Christ war raised by hisFather'
Catholic Church. redeeming consequence: for society.We moral regeneration of up
lalegrlljr/ of tae .. .. assails the absolute characterof modern behavior not emancipation
But the changes have never power Again the from the consider Indeed that the lift of Holy Church. power from the dead
act. of
'Involved a denial or contradiction fact that Our Lord establishedthe Christian principles The prudent and )lawful authority the Inner freedom which Is we too might live and move

of principle, but (Imply Eucharist M food has led Either It mutilates the act tendency of throwing over not apathy with regard superiors to the derived from the spirit of 3 In a new kind of existence

a relating of unchangingprinciple some to talk a* If, apart from so that It cannot reach its board every restraint and Inconvenience contradictory I forms of evangelical poverty makes us (Rom. e, 3-4).

to new situation! rating, there .Is no further use usual goal within the body.or from the conduct modern thought, that. more sensitive to, and more It will not be amiss If the

or Dew knowledge. A failure. for It no point In adoring It so conditions the body of Christian life finds the discipline of give vigor to the Church,can or capable of understanding the The DialogueThere Christian of today keep always -
either to know this distinction before the tabernacle for Instance that U cannot respond the and futile.Pitfall make her fit to receive the Influence human aspects of economic In view his original and

or to apply It correctly : but wt must not concentrate act Confining the act to the of the gifts of the questions, by applying to 1* a third attitude wondrous form of life which:

1 can 'lead to two different errors. on what anything I I. infertile period dot* neither cited Holy Spirit or render her foU wealth and to the progress It which the Catholic Church should not only sustain him
U can cause believersof for to the Ignoring of what It .if these thing*-tht act preserve lowing of Christ cut effect the Just and often with the happiness that results

ont tendency to urge I*...least of all when what It Its Integrity, Sometime even the spot- genuine or give her more the severe standard of Judgment should the history adopt of at the this world periodIn an from his dignity but
changes whkh would Involve Is, U Chr'1od1.' I have taken that they require also
on example tolls desire of approachingthe anxious yearning of fraternal by giving attitude characterized protect him from an
j a denial of fundamental principle It I ia urged that the Church from worship ont from secular milieu/ or of nuking charity and the ability to to indigence our most solicitous study of the contacts which by environment which threaten \

I believers of another used to forbid usury and now moral. There are others oneself acceptable to communicate her mileage and generous attention the Church ought to maintain him with the contagion of ht> |

sort to be scandalized at allow 1C. Borne change made by the modern mentality especially These things com fromMr and finally, by expressing the with humanity. If the man wretchedness: and with "
changes which In fact leave Kerond Vatican Council that of 'OUt"1f'tKb to wish that economic goods be tile seduction of human glory i
well what ..M tM Church may ) up a aptitude to live according to Church acquires: aa tv.,. i
the rrintlple1ntoudwd.. 4. shut MsriTChe puzzle the Inexpert But w* rejection of the forms properto divine grace, her faithfulnessto not the source of coufMcU$ cf growing awareness of itself Set how St. Paul himself

The first of these errors Is ne d not worry> I was once Christian life and even of the Gospel of the Lord her selfishness and of pride and if Ut Church Isles to formed' the Christens of the r
rot likely to be made by a rortwilt It not only be- asked what I thought of the Its wry dignity\ which must hierarchical and communal among men. but that they be model Itself 01ttle Ideal primitive Church: "You must I;
religiously literate Catholic raust It used man's need to Council used In justice and s..
I MM. l thlnfe Its give tnetnlng and strength to unity equity for which Christ propose to It. not consent' to be yokefellow |
yet something that looks llkt extort unreasonable Infallible." the common good .
repay I still dot this eagerness for approach and accordIngry the result U that the CbUfthbKornft with unbeliever. What has |
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and educative Influence. great.
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the young clergy or Indeedeven falthfvl.We Whatever concerns these In which mums between
It. of course. lives light and d-xk- j
I some realou Religious realize how long this economic goods goods inferior or which It approach*, fleas How can a believer J

Assumption of Mary verifiedQ. moved by the fjmd Intentionof letter would be If we were to and to eternal those ,that but art necessary spiritual The Gospel nuke* u* recog- throw la !his lot with aa lafldeir -

penetrating the masses or Indicate even the main tines In this present life- find In tist such a distinction when (2 Cor. t. 14-1J. >

Mow w..U .ee ..,w.t. A. I would not hope to convince particular mixed up groups with them, tend Instead to grt; ef the mndern program of the the man who has studied the speaks to us of "th* world.* Christian education will at <

a .......1..1 why w. b a Protestant by direct cf remaining. apart thus S.T.rlfkuig Christian., and we do not Gospel the Capacity needed to Lee of humanity opposed both KCCLK81.1M.: nest s.(t i
Sate la the AM..|...... of The** ''ewer* art Ire. the Intend to enter Into such ..nunderu.1nt form a wise male cf value
of t the fart of the true effkacy of
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j us very few dft'al't' the lift (.....,. uatlea.lly kaedu needs of our Unit are and
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4.ha nothing about her parcels. no ..... |*i|.*< please), I.T. aced by Chrtot prvwnts lo.lfajtala faithful to as Uf1IS.nundiac r.ctkuluir. labor b.r... Strange but

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1h" f 1 "r t \ coming of the J Holy Spirit. U good for us. even todayto a* bt you ran, and even asst t.e aMsrti I fR *Aat.aoq Qip.ae .

: lIowl\' r, !.. IMhlt oW, fiun Ut* completion III most offer opportune up that highest and publicly tw mmrat dangersand The sndal teaching of the
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'Ecclesiam Suam' Spirit through has Christ offered In to the :5 Th Florida Catholic, Friday August 21. 1961

established with u*. <
are Understand the the Faith, to a realisation ofthe to enter into conversation
-. [His Church] tionship which we, Le Intimate 'IMft'tlOIbe with It Our attitude in this,
Gurch, should strive tween the dl\lne Word and a< w.It remind ourselves and
(... .. Mu 4) ther of a family "know how tablish and to foster life,and to the Illumination of everyone else, U, on the one
ways have to remind the to bring both new and old human race. the living Ood. hand entirety dl.lntere'rted.
student today of his prht- things out of his treaaurehouise The dialogue of i We mutt, finally refer to We have no temporal or plltkal >> :
leged position and of bit re- Mt was opened those to whom our dialogue aim whatever. On the
13,52)) In
a sutely i.w
tuiunt duty to live In the manner he assumed his the Initiative of Cod M7 It directed. But. even on this other hand IU purpose U to
world but not In the way of function as teacher of the (Cod) loved us first ( point we do not Intend to ralM up and elevate to a
the world, according to theabov..menUoned world by making the objectof 4.10; It will be up to v1 forestall the council, which supernatural and ChrUUanle
prayer of Ms richest Instruction .he take the Initiative In please Gal will anon make \l every good human value
Jesus for His Disciples "1 am problems of our time log to men this same iu voice heard. In the world. We are notch
not asking that thou chouldbt In the light of considered the logue without waiting t Speaking In general on the lUon. but we promoteIt
take them out of the world word of Christ summoned to it. role of partner in dialogue, a
but that thou shouldat keep role which the Catholic We realise, however that
them clear of Thus. also did his lucre The dUlo n* of "
what U eviL Church must take up w lih rerewed In this limitless circle thereare
son, as well began with .
They do not )ou know. Did clarity,
belong to the
> v' fervor toilay. w e unfortunately
L many very many
not our divine goodness "God
world u 1 do predecessors, especially : Vp
too not belongto should like merely to observe who
profess no
Pope Pius XI and loved the world as to
the world" (Jn. 17, 1.16). Pope thai the Church usual be ever religion. We are aware also
Plus XII leave only fgotlen Ron"
And the Church us a magnificently (Jn. )
adopts this ready to carry on the dialogue that there are many who
rich patrimony of otklng bet fervent ..
prayer as Ita own with all men of good will themselves
profess various
teaching selfish love should .
which :
was con :
But this distinction 1s not ceived In the loving and our dlalogne. within and without iu own waya to be atheUU. We know
a aeparaUon. Neither is It Indifference enlightened sphere. There It no one who that oe of these proclaim
or fear or con to human attempt to Join diMne The dialogue of li a stranger to Iu heart, no their godlessness openly and
tempt. When the Church distinguishes considered In wisdom not was not proportioned to one In whom IU ministry hots uphold fa program of human
the abstract
itself from human but rather merits of those toward 9 no Interest It baA no enemies education and political
nature. U does not oppose It. expressed In the It was directed nor to excel those who wish to be conduct. In the (ingenuous but
ail( to human nature, but concrete language of modern sults whkh It would ainh. Iu name of catholic I* fatal belief that they are
man? And
what U this
rather unites itself to It Just apostolic or fall to achieve- Those not an Idle title. Net In vain petting men free from hUe
as the doctor who realizing ?endeavor if not a dialogue are healthy need no hue It received the commission end outworn notion about

the danger Inherent In a contagious cian" (Lk. 9. 31)); so also to tauter In the world life and the world and are,
disease, not only tries led< did not Joke XXIII. own dialogue ought unity. love and piece they claim putting In their
to protect himself and others oar Immediate predeceaer of without limits ulterior --warns against communism The Church U not unawareof plate a lentlftc conceptionthat
from such Infection but also venerable Mrmory, pure *. Uven. the formidable dimension la In conformity with the
dedicate himself to curing eves) kaj-ier BrhU .. Itsteaching The dialogue of In this manner, the union ef Faith. In cur apnatolat "* of auih a rotation It know need of moud." progreaa.TM .
thotie who have been strkk< le tke .... of approve did not physically force truth and charity, r f under rennot make vague rom- the disproportion In numlni
en, so too the Church does king a. rim a* puwlbl one to accept It; It was a standing and love U achieved. promises aNnit the principles\ between thon who are IUmemtwr I. the MM! series
not make an exclusive privilege .. the n.'I. *. and the mendous appeal of In the dialogue one dlaco cf faith and action on which anil l those who are pn>blM. .l ..r II.. Me are
of the mercy which the undemanding ef the ev..... which although \'ri how different are the our profession of ChristianityUha not.; It know the limitationsof llrntlj enevlere4 that tIe
divine goodness has shown porary weld vast responsibility on ways which lead to the lightof ed. IU lower, It know likewise theory .. which the cI..1
It. nor does It distort Iu own toward whom It was Faith, and how It U pusaibU An Immoderate desire Id Iu own human weak of Cal| U k. eJ k .""'1 enrose.

good fortune Into a reason for And was not the council Itself (fcf. Mt 11, 31)). to make them convergeon make peace and sink differ* nee and foiling. I U rmmnlse ..
disinterest In those who have aligned-and justly so- left them free to re the same goal Even It cores aall coats 1.. furnU- *. lest, that the acceptance This theory U not In keep
not shared It Rather In Iu a pastoral function which It or to reject It. Even the e ways are divergent mentally, I kind| of skepticism of the no*|k, undeniable
own salvation It finds an would be compleUty l focusedon number of miracles (cf. they ran become complementary about the pacer and content not utmost| any apt.- requirements of thought Ud
argument for Interest In and the Injection of the Christian IX 38 ff) and their by forcing our reatoningpriH.ea of the Word of O l which vie Wilt efforts of its own nor i rlvf the reoaoiuhle orderof
fur love for anyone who Is message Into the stream strative power (cf. Mt out of the worn path de.lre to preach. Only the Upon any favorable temporal the world of IU genuine
either close to It and can at of the thought of the speech, If.) were adapted to and by obliging\ It to den man who la completely faithful roittUfkm. for .ith U a gift I ."tloo. This theory dues
least be approached through of the culture, of the customs spiritual needs and IU research to find fresh *=. to the leaching of Christ of God, and Gc.1 l alone detltweIn not provide human life with
universal effort to share Usbleudngs. of the strivings of man as he lions of the recipients piesulon. ran he an aptmtle; Anal only the world the llmra ail a tllierallng formula but with
lives today and acts In this der that their free ( ; he ,.hc1l1tH his Christian life llmlu of salvation a Mfml dogma which de
life? Ivan before convening the divine revelation Teachers to the full ran remain tmrnn- Hut the Church known that islet amid M Mena It. This
MandateIf the world, nay In order to be fadliuted. without, laminated hy the error with U It the nenl the fatten the theory iWetroya, at the 'Ultt.
convert It. we must meet the ever their losing the The dialectic of this *xrrd > which he rome Into contact Nit and light of the worM any racial. eyeless which at.
as we said before the world and talk to It. Involved In such a .e of thought snit of patiencewill We 1 liellev that the rrmnrll. It e*' clearly eiMmgh MMloiiivillng tempU to here Itself upon It.
Church has a true realization Concerning our lowly self So too although our make u* discover eta when It mate* In deal newness of nv_. It dace not bring "',m. It
of what the Lord wishes It although we are reluctant to mission Is th* menu of I ruth also In the with questions Nttw ern time, but with frankroOftiW'fic U a ahem. attempting
to be. then within the speak of It and would prefernot of the truth which ls both rplnkms of other It will Church's acllvltr In th* imxl- It stands wpun th* quench the light of the living
Church there arises a unique to attract to it the attention disputable and necessary Mr IM to express our teaching pen wand will lmlkt a path of history anti says |i. tloil
sense of fullnens and a need of olheru we cannot passover salvation that mission with great film***, and number of th* rr for outpouring together with In silence In this tie- not I* Introduced In It will reward IM for the wool practical norm fnr the '\1101- ytMi .rrh, that whkh yuu Opposos athoism
the clear awareness of a mission liberate communication to armor of external fore, of hating explained' It In acc acre r.f our dlab ru* with lark*
which transcends the the episcopal' hierarchy and aimply through the """. with the objectInr men of the |>r..enl fI.l y. W* U iU.* nut thereUy prvnv \\e ahltl. therefore, ,edit l
Church of a mewtage to be to the Christian people our means of human '' of another or 'ptte hU slow believe ton, that 'In nultertmniernlng I* earthly felkrtty, but U with all our cherish the a*>
spread It Is the duty of evan- resolution to persevere, so far of Interior persuasion of lmlUtlon of our teaching. the aprwinlk rnl- chIN offer atMiMthtnf tta Mutt uf INU lenUL This" ,eih
UuUon. It U the miMion- a* our weak energies will per- dinary cvn".a U.IC\ Th. dialogue will nuke IMlnt akm of th. f"hun h. on the light and IU grate whkh.pt > 'In the ."'"'IIe fa".e of
cry mandate. It ls the apostolic wit and, ahove all, so far as will offer IU gift of It will make u* (** '-,. on* hand scot I. on Ih* other "k. the attainment a. easy truth ant In virtue of our
commission.An the grace of Curl l will grant u. with full re.prct for And how 1* the dialogue to the diverse ami) changing rircumrtarres as gamble. and then ltet..lte .itrr.1 l duty to |>ri>feN t'hrl>t
attitude of preservationof the necessary means in the and civic freedanSense be carried on? 'In which lh tmhwlon to men of their tran rMiontdllny. | emit Idle ti"pe|. imiveit by
the Faith Is Insufficient same direction and In the Many, .. ***. are the 'arms II .(erri** , Certainly we must preserve same effort to approach the of that the dialuCM* o< .I I'It Inn r<* for the wise attentive gnv* speaks I* them of truth )utki men amt In the Invincible
end also defend the treasure world In which Providencehas le't CII" ,... It adapt itself to mmnt trI th* (burst Ui frekin, injure, **!. heir that tM.Utit awn will
of truth and of grace which destined us to live with Th dialogue of the needs of a euneret situ** ter min.. from time tn Urn, "..II pest ail civilisation.Th tune aid In to ".",,. In the
has come to u* by way of la.heriunre all due rev renc* to be observed was mail acrvnalbl to tlon. It thuoces the *pus vlirtet th* limit end form eel tellgluua ... that Ctlhull
from the ChrlslUa In this ', and was destined for aU sneami, II sIne it*, Wad paths to I t. follow) ,In poles All the world slush eU Uifuie hluv UcI..&*"
tradition. 'Keep safe what with .n due eoffefturle and distinction (cf. CoL 3. 11); itself lo Ineffenual theorl tanning ant turf rrng a nv. } ,:..'fktrt'l* (.re.dh..ebal thai
!has been entrusted to thee,* love In order that we may like manner our own and We mH ding to hard log and fruitful iffabfw. are wrens whims *fcie mil ifie, Pies ever lensid
Warns St. Paul (I Tim. 6. 20) understand It and offer U the should be potentially and fast forms when lkM Armetftngfr, M tae lv rrrel lit known M the M the iMiitral tad alulur ,,
Bat neither the preservation gifts of truth and of grave of sal le. all-embracing have let th lr power \It Ihs aspect of the subject and OtMrvK. des' ChfM m a enIf > *! |*rf clkMi of the Au.
bur the defense of the Faith whkh Christ has made us capable of Including all. Pk to men and move them. rmfln ouroelve' to UU>1 Ih* assist la Iu ketIng > sewn spirit and In which the
exhausts the duty of the custodian la order that we ceptlng only one who The n la of greet |.. once again the supreme |I" ) And tn the Church he* grew 4Il C.l '** .i pass ll ..
Church In regard to the may communicate le the either absolutely reject It lortance. for H concern the p>*tarr* which Chrltllanpreaching a message for every caUgiwyirf Me..t hU lemptiral Nisi l lit
which it glf u world our wonderful destiny Insincerely pretend to relation of the Ourrh's ilj maintains. an 'lm< htwnanlty: fur children fur pxxe ami. hum, ami Ue us.
$IXMIMUf't.n. U redemption and U hope. It short to the live fit mm In a |.rtanr* chili grtnr greet/ yiuth, fur men nf select*) and lit hope of attaining eternal
e..y rmmvm .. wlik Th. dialogue of given time and place to a Idly. for the (alhnltr apt e. torn***, far the world of ,..k
the palrlmua received |M Deeply engraved .. cur normally experienced 5 given runitr* and aurUl set li Ut. and .|irlfk>elly for th .... amf fort every racist l lriiM TM. are the ,.".m4romp
Christ U that *f ...1.,. ef- hart* are tke* word .fkrM ual development, ling dialogue N* other form of fur .ru.u, 'Uf' .... w1-h Me. a* they
ferlag, asBt. rUg U le4ber ( wklrh we Mould kanckty advances, bumble TIt what itnt ahowVi the rammuniratknl "n lobe rain end toe raise N M del. -pria. our pveitorenMtfaMi
toil ...
Well d. w. keew IkalMag enrWUn before eonplrte mesa Church adapt Itself la th hi. |>Ut. nut even lie rcane III Ifce ttiwrth bias cepsis with these, eves tune
'( Ikerefoee, rake did ...: Gad east kU Hon Mt IX 31))1. Owl too. will Mete and bail cirrum um'. ly puwtrlui tMhAkal mean, the ..". he <..*,.. the ... h* r.UWv Veluw *|
rl|>lr. *f all MUvM (Mu Isle She wurM. ... n.4 l. cognisance of the slowness In whkh Iu mUtton U eitld7 III "- mullssad IesYb5w6. iffeting .iul the shying. fuf smart, Iu .-. l". knr.ssw.l .
ZII Ill !I. Ike last eeMstead of reject Ik* .... but .* that psychological 1 and 1 ./ How ehtiuU H gi* n| In a **n.*, th* ./>.tUte e4pr all men .** .. whirl sk".y
the wield find salsa
ChrisS. Ills A,.,. maturation evil of the need ; agslat th* danger of a "bl ivtaa .*tNi>g are th* Mm In .p *kli g In tai .ay, lid and fill""hud,
tan IkrMik klm U*. S, IT).
wait for the hour when whkh email faklfy IUiMval sop Mf .. U be .IbvelAtfefee .,. which are nfteii
Ky the very term 'apostles See then, veneraUe bret may make our dialogue and dogmatk InithTAmi To aid unify U lw 4irtod away Menllftetl with eemwxnir. jttU .
these men define their Inescapable ," the tran em-tent eeltln thee. Not for this reason del at the same time, In the iftnpUikm *f war ) ant! twMlkat reglme4,
mitainn. To thl in of the d4ak ue. II la found In our dUlugue poupun mm ran U fit Iwo kt .- PresMng la She primary t hMtMf twt 1ft h* out of aMwne I wkieli etheUtM suave
U nab doss of charity *hk-hIs the very plan of dui BUgam. tomorrow what It on pouch all man e* at to .*. apsl.ste Our *m.uijl*. hulk wish reality M reg ntotto hunpam $. (Ke h4ef It r,,l
ids to IlK me the trawl of Us very mater k p'uh' t0by; It ought k> alt,, arrjordtng to the exampled MrehW hrwther k* aht.. KiiMl reie.. *t men r- sell iKef U ae JMK s mush
gift of charity Me sill give a relntloMMp between Cod Npr for the opportune th* AM. *: "I tram all all tile avtnMry III Ik* W eiiHe kind with lhe C II It ell f Uul we fondemn these tjr*
the name of c.. which and ma*. Prajer eanreMse. meant H ought to eM tkliigs. to all men that I .1 hus In thee day come late such a relationship ki die- prmowcneM of tirn (cf r aUl .3ff It ****** Mal to r nlrirl mw ee the uncrete itiMllutt th ir smiled eppiwitbm -
mmon usage. bill RevekIh*. le, U eMipvrnauml 4 f",. Today le. every selves' *4 M mow *>. a* b dt- e-1 clearly. To gl.e a ".f U* IM In Inwwght and
I The Cowen stiewkl enter re let I..hip our dialogue ahpwid Tk wi4 en 4 k* cased r.n IIW pastoral activities Idsc d H. .e tWn It ten beettM Iii flue r grH 1 te, In raaiur,
I lain cboI.;.. w.h the we Mla ,R'th Cud |f I which N ***.(* and Itbnn.Tt own lnU3U e. Ilea eelabtt trwsnl whom H I* At the Wi4 *4 O fare** tile twrty. best '** bemuse ekqwrmr til .*we U1. ctrtle* ..UMre of a Jwlge' ,
OMit k IMS omeJUng w erl with the Mn1MS rat*. sh.+vM Site the InllMlv Iran, M amwt a men in a car M **N 4f ,... M.MM| she .'.1 pMmt Is ., hi .tt nsnati.t..nvL
say the Ou.tit has a mee 'm bit rrpreoeiM ti M a dsMO As K rHr. tk* r tarn rlrgte "tWr kiMktiOl |11IIII Iff the s MW tat *4 the which sisal lm piwed 1M. very ... nu4 to a.jf
safe to dettver; the CkuriHlue <* In wltkb! *** Word *** .hiM between Ik* ClMteck w U>* kBM *f lire *f dhow semi Wr4.W TIM lint rod tKM tlre. Nwe ..-., eklMwgn, eve '.-
a c uiMinic tIun la of r. Cod is tje d te the lararneila th* world ran assume <, whom he wt to Umg mod pouch f. Ih* Me 'IuwrMt bsuSle sa.Mttheyeal day. we P.mve ma "...1 galbwe.MMe
It is no serrK that this *) aM therefor M S.etuaby rflffrefit the (Mwfl. a* ('''M. Wuk U*. .4 Me seU>111etty and d1. asst ese55eet *4Tft esehmilag Us.Necm .
bttpartant ttet of the tees th C TrwsMralty 5pwkig, ..<*. Mucking artvtltf** wMmtnsl .tatty. M He *Mrwr awl h Me .. I1 s that ..4eehiM wa theseegMma
Ueamrsry Hfe of the tfiurrhwm nMwtk could set Its emit e caw elder Ih* *.,* rNAhM1ty M a* to vrn M aab, ike wired.le'i red le6img So IM,.
he spertoJry aM fuftyatudM Of salvation 4ufig scab rpu /and op. tar war aelaw4 bet *f IM teih loge the Shea rgkfatri M IfW beer ..r
by the e .ai 'nJralCdUswU. a ...1IdH.v.c w.Ihf k... Mss .*> *4 it* s.**i ami ., ice I iwem w and the LWk sr..toedon s .1 I 'ttea'
awl we have no deMr The fatherly aryl holy re- Meste ltsN Mae M shore th* .. cap bestow .plnl.el wiNrw .w/ 1M eq der salt .
I* undertake the tun- venaita tvtwee Cad amiMa with surds .u>". just > (fie pee'tMd dell M M fII apeauh cod M seM w IN w.rel .**ew. AM rfiffkuHlwe ere "N'"
CT.,. esaaUaatio of the hrtmvfit! *T erlgtnal H cmU set IUM the U.t I 'm* i and lsrwr.W seer . b aMed are .* e aWe twwi s.ei rsa| by **** tea
theoee ftavetfved 1. Seth sin he been MMOt hM.iy re- pt Ming we the f".fy t4 Ik* must kMMkar If t. w1. is4.y easel admeth 'A. e< aha teed| nMer: I've ?'.
aturfy, te order le k-.,* to oetmrd te the eowrv ef k**. ftfI b. M cs.Ire M -w. to U IUU**< toAM k>HM* IkfMTfA shave with lw whiled .rhea d aI45MIna ...fft 'i'
lathers ef the coont.il tell nay, Tb Ktotuey U ssJvstkM eq. s.wbwaW u- end t .4 wateeaseL .aeM ky hevtoa .*** u. IM hared a atMrrr. *b.egid Sou .ct1.s, assist the
freedom te tftscuattng NITO'H vsarUy this km* et.eia ag pus Mar .|i* N U w ah *4 pulls *t *WMn. wMh ett Ke giru p fvefvltMl 4 4L.tLsM.n e'5'
We wkh coy .,rte >uo.tmeraUe and ctttfWMg dUaae> whist r N tsW aptewsth e-v to Beteay era .alp w. meet hag Ik* Iwo rWMM M MsLl.we ti Mir prMwieeeslvwu newt Ike Mtof I* M4UM Mol.
brethren. ta preface britCuI 4 trteMM rho. .w ea.1Ny u 1.MN'tiswh..Ntt.Wberet g el .*4 .rM. BMI .! l realNy we *, seeds el he Me4 and ....04
sudl etatfy wttk rerteiw mss y-rp 4nr. eUte M elect aIslhse prrpo A mss /1.51 sisal h.er.dnMst ****k tat J.. !..!. to keM. gip w M M.atwl.dos sbR.11M teeth S.saMe '..
asiesth.e te enter that eesrrue, It b te tM era i N s1 iee. 5.54. ..,. to *.** ore M. tie'A.pais*, ebeeM edw eaiWS r ,q etei.sY
.. see were eWerty the *.. renstMc eI 0f1IIII elers/ I thn tale are4 It akiewl .Sloe M the ftt1w sand . tt>e e wMs 15sp.l tke ClMart .Meet Her 1Miaw N" UI.t GoII .If aid rue aw ... ore III trying w .. to! kw**, "n.. sod paned the and This U what poet. sso eel I*
hrwefd See isb4ee.. tkeke apse M M ...eseuMthtahf.4 hid to M lash M.Mre .. err/ a* emiMe eee wad. to ...* eepe.asas.e el Ma ukgw*. the t ,18ft. ./ ad.
sttmrds r MM*4. Mid K. lite airtry ntilhtuA/p ./ Ik* OMwrfc d we .
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I Again we set them, sometimes ways the same, whereas the the circle i of Christianity.In that If It were not for the reverence wt August 21, 196-1
with Ingenuou enthu. movements themselves cannot this field the dialogue primacy of the Pope the reunion Christians, In 1lie of joy and
sham, having' recourse to help but evolve and un which has come to be called of the separated may promote <<2 :..is. to see that.
human reason with the intention dergo changes, even of a profound ecumenical has already begun churches with the Catholic more effectively! is already In
,I Ecclesiam/ of arriving at a scientific nature (cf. n. 54)), wt and In some areas is Church would be easy? Christ and the the Church and
i explanation of the uni do not despair that they may making real headway. There We beg the separated brethren He desired for which surround
Suam verse. This procedure is all one day be able to enter Intoa Is much to be said on this to consider the inconsistency In the dialogue today Is more
the Jess reprehensible In thatit more, positive dialogue with complex and delicate subject, of this position not and love. tITe. But It seems
(( Inm p.e. t) Is often baited upon laws of the Church than the presentone but our discourse does not only In that, without the Pope that
Church can still offer and not logical thought not unlike which we now of necessity end here. For the momentwe the Catholic Church wouldno Inner to be every done
.i even death can silence It. those of our classical school deplore and lament limit out-self to a few remarks longer be Catholic but : today and;
But though we must speak It In a procedure which leads But wt cannot turn our -none of them new. also because, without the supreme And lastly we >> an end. This U
:: firmly and clearly In declaring in direction quite contraryto efficacious and decisive with the
a gaze away from the contemporary The principle that we are f': our temporal,
and defending religionand the will of those who use world without expressing happy to make our own Is pastoral office of peter House of God This Is
the human values whichit it, thinking to find in It an a cherished desire, namely thin Let us stress what wt the unity of the Church of catholic and .po task venerable
proclaims and uphold, we unanswerable proof of their that our Intention of de. have in common rather than Christ would utterly collapse. of which this our ministry
are moved by our pastoral of. atheism and Its own Intrinsicvalidity U "mother and
and our what divides
veloping perfecting us.This providesa today stirn-
It would be vsia to look for
flee to seek In the heart of for It leads them onward In the varied and and our ardent de
dialogue good subject for other principles of n.Hjr Inplace : renew and to
the modern atheist the motives tow .rd.1 the new and changing facets which It presents our dialogue. We are ready to of the one Ubllhrd conversation devoted and la-
of his turmoil and de final metaphysical and logical'' assist the of it children should <<
may cause carry out wholeheartedly.We by Christ hlnwlf.As .
nial. assertion of the existence of peace between men, by providing will say more: on many faith of In speaking
Ills motives are many and the supreme God. a method which seeksto points of difference regarding St. Jerome justly wrote works, should be ; things, w'e art
complex so that we must In this cogent: process' 'of order human relationships tradition spirituality, canon There would arise in the familiar. trust In your co
examine them with care If we reasoning and atheistic politicoscientist In the sublime light of the law, and worship, wt are Church. many sects as there We would \ offer you our
are to answer them effectively stops short wilfully language of reason and sincerity ready to study how we can art Priests" Dial( contra sive to all This l union of
Some of them arise from at a certain point and so' and by making a r we uk for
the demand that divine things extinguishes the sovereign of experience and of our Christian brothers, also like to observe that this doctrinal and { long after our
he presented In a worthierand light of the Intelligibility of wliwlom\ which can stir up all still separated from us. It is fundamental principle of Holy tance. Sincere ;the Chair of the
purer way than In, perhaps the unlver Is thereno: one men to'consideration of our dearest wish to embrace Church has not as its objective In genuine ( .r, bearing the
the cane in certain imperfect among us who could help him the supremt ,values. them in a perfect union of a supremacy of spiritual ready to live ear .ihartg, please
forms of language/ to reason on to .realization The opening of a dialogue, faith and charity.Mission pride and human domination.It fold voice of !&lI of the spirit
I' end worship, which w/e oughtto of the objective reality of the such as ours would be, dlslntereuted Is a primacy of service, of rary world .'01 the Gentiles.
try to purify no that they cosmic 'universe, a 'hllzatlonwhleh objective and tin- to othersBut ministration, of love. It Is not pable of I Un, the unity
expresu as perfectly and restores to man the rhetoric which confers truly good men
itself decision In empty
cere, Is in a )ng us, we send
clearly an possible the sacred sense of the divine Presence,' favor of a' fret and honorable we must add that it is upon the Vicar of Christ the free serene and ; this, our first
reality of which they are the and bring to his lips the hum. f'.ce. It excludes pretence, not in our power to compromise title of "servant of the servants Is what wt e name of the
: sign ble, halting words of a con rivalry, deceit and betrayal. with the Integrity of the of God. our family %Sbslng as brother
I We set these men full of soling prayer? It cannot do other than condemn faith or the requirements of It is along these lines that This desire to ;:3 blessing which':
yearning, prompted sometimes Sometimes, too, the atheistIs as a crime and destruction charity We foresee that this our dialogue U alert and. the internal &nd to the whole
by passion and desire spurred on by noble sentiments wars of aggression con- will cause misgiving and opposition even before entering into fraternal the Church, the to all mankind.
for the unattainable, but, and, by impatience quest or domination It cannot but now that the conversation, It speaksIn dialogue I between ?.tlcan, 6 August
often also by greathearted with the mediocrity and self confine lUelf to relationships Catholic Church has taken prayer and hope with the a body, whose := .
dreams of justice and pro seeking of no many contemporary with the heads of nations the Initiative In restoring the heavenly father. principle. I II :st of the Trans :
gress. In such dreams noble soda I settings. He but must set them up unity of Christ's fold, it will We must observe venerable do away with Our Lord Jesur
social alms are set up In the knows well how to borrow also with the body of the not cease to go forward with brethren with joy and confidence the virtue of
place of the Absolute and from our Gospel modes and nation and with its foundations all the patience and considera ,that the vast and varied the right order is ..
Necessary God, testifying expression of solidarity and whether social family tion. circle of separated ChristiansIs all well : I
thereby to the Ineradicable human companion.; Shall we or individual, so as to diffuseIn It will not cease to show pervaded by spiritual activities Above all the -
need for the Divine Source not bw able to lead him back every institution and In that the prerogatives, which which seem to promUe stitution of the '
and End of all things, whose one day to the Christian every soul the understanding, keep the separated brothers consoling developments in quires that on
transcendence and immanence source of'such manipulations the relish and the duty of at a distance are not the regard to their reunion In the authority should
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It Is the tank of our of moral worth? peace. fruits of historic ambition or one Church of Christ We beg according to its <<
teaching office to reveal with of fanciful tion and that
Then wt set another circle theological speculation that the Holy Spirit will
patience and wisdom. Doctrines stable around us, This, too. Is vast but derive from the will breathe upon the "ecumeni aide, there .
Accordingly, bearing I n In Its extent yet it is not so of Christ and that, rightly understood cal movement," and wt recall sion. ; : C'IxI'4I'S'
mind the words of our predecessor far away from us. It is made they are for the the emotion and joy we felt The Chirrh's I.ie.tltated ,
of venerable memory up of the men who above all good of all and make for common at Jerusalem In our meeting by

Tope John XXIII, In his encyclical adore the ont, supreme God unity freedom and Chris- full of charity and new hope, deed reprr.*.
Pucem in Terrf to' whom we too adore. tlan perfection. The Catholic with the Patriarch Athena. It U the .. '
:fiALtsMo1uAI. Wt refer to the children. Church will not cease, by ,oraa.
the effect that the doctrines His word; 'It .U :
of such movements, once elaborated worthy of our affection and prayer and penance to prepare We wish to greet with gratitude of Hl. pastoral "
))1)1'I and defined, remain siKACH respect, of the Hebrew people herself worthily for the and respect the participation
." faithful to the religion longed.for reconciliation.In of so many representatives Obedience, 'M'i
which we call that of the reflecting on this subject of separated churchesIn tivated by faith
MEMORIALCHAPfL Old Testament Then to the It distresses us to see the Second Vatican Ecumenical a school of .
.Nq.ed. A.Dwyee.freak M.AceN12nd adorers of God according to how we, the promoter of such Council. ity and links
.4, ..*..*... ...* MMeteSEMINGU the conception of monotheism reconciliation are regarded We want to give our assurance man to the wl
A".. St. Ph. I424S01
MACH the Moslem religion tspe- by many of the separated once again that wehave constructiveness
MtMORIAL CHAPS daily deserving of our admiration brethren as being Us stumbling in attentive reverent In by which the ,
ST. PETERSBURG for all that is true and .block, because of the t.rest In the spiritual movements Church Is Food
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\ TMosaw good in their worship of God. primacy ef honor and jurisdiction connected with the firs upon him (
And also to the followers of which Christ bestowed problem of unity, which are and upon him LOCATIONS
the great Afro-Asiatic reli upon'the Apostle Peter and stirring up vital and noble himself to It ... lUwratekbl iJIM44I
Carl T. tftuctard. Fwt rd. Htmt .. which wt have inherited religious sentiments In various being like I
Obviously wt cannot shareIn from bins Individual, groups and madt obedient
117 CUAKWATEX-UfteO JtOAO-LARtO these various forms of religion Do,not some of teem aa1 '1 communities. With love and (PhIL 2.8)). ""\ "UUU".

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,Florid Cathode, Friday Angnst %1. loot'

ecfitmissions'/ : cdmmit 'sl1ows : 11 Two appointed Bishops to

ark/ of apostolate in foreign- aid !F FJ' Canada Sees

I By a staff writerWINTER plies weighing! approximately "'.\TIC.\' l'ITXC) -

PARK.-Within the put two yearn, a hand- TOO p OUI1da. i The Holy See has named two
lul of Catholic women in Winter Park have sect two tons This year the committee 1s hew Btchopa lor Canada

|f medicine .to under-supplied clinics and hospitals in expanding Its project to In Father Joseph Aureleriourtle
oreign countries and dart elude supplies of bandages. hat been appointed
** areas of the world. medlnl ..|.1..10.1"4| torts To da this the women have I tab titular Bishop of Lapda end

These women comprise the sad repacks the supplies and contacted: the linen supply i auxiliary to Bishop Rosario '
ledical missions committee Hilda them over eaa. companies In central Florida. of Alexandria, Ontario Father

f the St. Margaret Mary The far-reaching effects of These firms have responded 1 Antonio liacault was appoint
Women's Guild. the women s project have generously by donating okl ed titular" HUhop of MedU

In carrying out the project, been felt by the needy In Africa sheets which can be made t and auxiliary. to Archbishop
hey solicit local doctors Into bandages. Maurice Paudoux of St. Bon I-
for Ala and South America.
heir sample drugs. They colt DUtresa areas such as Cuba Tke total expense InTolTedU tI face. Manitoba.
these medicines Father Plourde was born on
( and packem during Its recent! devastating the work M far has bee* I
' for January 12. 191&, at St. Fran-
boxes of storms are also recipients. of aol More than f U a year, the r cols de U.ulaweska. In the OW
drugs this
are then service.
of which
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slivered to local business During one week under for postage and letter t* the wee of, 1/dmuiMblon, XtvfBrunswick
rms which have trucked the chairmanship of Mrs. a J. dot"o.1.4 helpfml b4aesafirms. I and WM ordained
i. supplies to New York Arnold, tho committee packedand on May 7. 1941.: II* workedIn
the diocesan curia
Ithout ai an
shipped 19 cartons of sup.Deadrnes *
Recognition: was brought to advisor to the .ley 'p05to t..
I. New York the Catholic ""'"'' "\\n \\\,\\ \ this group of women when lit U now professor of phi os.

the medical missions display mph at St. Louts University

"... -.... _... won awards this past season lirimuiuton.Born .
ORLANDO'INTER ...... asses ..,.,-. ....UP..... essa.sty" at both the deanery and the on January 17. 102*%
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.... _.... .a..le ..... usNlal conventions of the
PARK h rrt.p ,.. ..WI...... Diocesan Council of Catholic ras: ther Hacault studied at the
a.a.. fll....( rrU.r'i ...... women. Angellcum University In

'u"U,,,\""'"''\'"\\0'" The women have been Rome and wa ordained on
May :2iX, 1961 Jte returned
working In cooperation with
PAQUETTE MOTORS Canada to teach
the parish Priests of St. Mar.greet dogmatic
ACTBOKIIKD aI&L1Szs.a. AQUINO'SSERVING theology in the St. tlonlfaceillureium
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c:.... has been working among ItalUn >
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C1 "IIU DINNERS FROM the responsibility foreign aid and program action he .U an expert of the ecumenIcal -

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BLAKE LOUNGE The cost of the project U --

OFFICE SUPPLYPt1RNITI1RH 220 'OrlemJe Ave. W.P. small the time and effort in Medicine prepared for shipment oversoas ORLANDO
Hwy. IM2 MI 7-4SOO votved arc large, but the need

OFFICE SUPPLIES 1s great. A greet deal ef time' Is ipent mitts In peeling and preparing; Have seflecte) from keel. !, doer Irasagnt. ,prWe'ent: ., the WINTER PARK

HI T48Ui 1 by>> the medical minions com the drug Mmple Kch! they ten for Ihipnnnt.lo' Asia, Alrlca Winter Park Weren't G..1d.

10 i So- Orlando An, W.F. South Amen and ..w leans! .with from the. left t.4tt. .
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II The Florid Catholic, Friday August 21, 100.

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Pilgrims to Eucharistic Congresswill

learn life of people in India Best way

fo wash 'em
d (('..tI...4 ft..
pit I) lent
cooperation from all to the congress site and back .
j plans are being made to have sources Cardinal G r a c I II a again.
ocean linen berthed in Bombay said: "The government has
and turned Into floating been most cooperative. They Reservation fur tbe diocesan
t ,
hotels, both for people who have put a man especially on pilgrimage to the eon r t
4 <-ome on them and( for those this job to do whatever is nec: grew are being handled h f
ho come by air. essary." American .:."r... and Maybe
made at travel .
any agency.The
Official expect four of Father D'Souza said that
'use chip, and perhaps threer foreign visitors who do not round.the.world itinerary
four more, ao that they know English or Indian for the pilgrimage 1 Include
ild, several thousand foreign languages will be met by stays In Rome, NeV
Isitor could easily be acimmodated guides and lnt rpreors who Delhi Bangkok, Hong Kong
in three "(]oat- ,have been trained for .,twdyears. Tokyo and Honolulu. The
ig hotels." Each group will be accomplished group will return to the

Speaking of the plant by these aides aa United States on December 17
they from thlr.residence at Lo Angeles.
place congress visitors in prli
ate homes Father Herman do fi.
D'Souza, general secretary Cites applied
pressures At
and liaison officer for the profession of vows in St. Augustine

congress excellent, aid opportunity it would be for an to missionaries in SudanDETROIT Sisters of St. Joseph", who the left, front row, Sitter Ann Undo; bad rows. Sister Mary Mary MarceJU Keane, J cl>oru @ electric dishwasher / -
pronounced their r
will scrub
perpetual Bernadette Power Orlando wash
Westerners to see Indians In ; Kathleen Curl Miami; Sister; ville; and Sitter Stanislaus Marie
YOWl en August I 11 I and unitize them much
their homes-and that non (NC-Government) harassed missionaries above with are pictured Sitter Mary lorerta Manual, Mary Christine Hart St. Petersburg Lmonlu, Orlando. Archbishop better,easier and cheaper

Christian Indiana will also in the Sudan are under constant mental tension accord.. Archbishop JosephP. Miami; ;; Sitter Charles Marie ; Sitter John Elizabeth Horsy offered Matt at the than you can with your

have, for the first time, a ing to a member of the. Lay Mission Helpers who has St.Hurley at the motherfiouse in Bartol New York, New York; Preuss and Sitter; Mary Frances IftOth.r CIII" and officiated at hands. See your dealer

chance to meet '\'...t.rOrl.Ulna /\ just returned home after a three-year teaching.. assira- Augustine.. They ere, from Sister Rita Joseph Mitchell; 0,. Carlo both of Miami; Sister the ceremony' of profession. today.

on I close personal. ment there.Edward. Afterwards, lie), spoke to the
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basis. Andary worked government epic reputedly Pope Paul Sitters, their relatives and ""IN;,.,, / );..
Cardinal Cracks kern In- with the Verona Fathers in services.He attending church friends. Among the Priettt In fanseless' ,
tern In the preparation 1 i. Port Sudan In the northern attendance was Monsignor -..o"o.ea.e..I..a NU
shown by his close! rnerklng part of that African nation Mid that there has not Charles A. Cartel of Orlando,

Content with the fttreel congress here.office at S where the government favors been any maun rxpnl.ilon lathe Advises faith, hope in face of ills brother of Sitter i Charles Marie. ft lllJA rota J.UC T tllCPuf!
a Moslem state. He said missionaries north like there has been

Priest connected with the "are under constant In the southern. .port of the CASTELGANDOLFO. Italy (NC)'-Modem man's him with the very abundanceof
office say he will drop In two threat from the governmentand country' hut one by one' ml.. need for a sense of confidence can only be realized if it fa Its gifts." He said moth of
or three times a day to make must always be alert not loner are bring asked to based on the virtues of faith and hope Pope Paul VI told prenenufay literature drama SARASOTABRADENTONlar

a' suggestion<< to check on to offer any excuse, no matter leave. several thousand visitors at his general audience on August and various other field reflect

preparations or just to ace how illogical, to give the Andary also uld that ml. 12 here. dLbwtUtietlon and are
, how the plan are going authorities a chance to move. tired In order to persevere "often oppressed' by doubt, by
lie said the illKhtent mistake sloneri at the school wherehe The Pup., said that a.sense and If,
a/fllcted and boredom (
In the large congress headquarters was stationed have been of confidence suffering, by nau.ea; by unhappiness wqt OOy ftr
can send a Christian to or trust U necessary to reach! toward G d" / and often aU by
committees allowed
meet to to maintain their for
Jail everyone. Confidence The Pope said that the mod a mute and tortured Inner
handle the many rumors needed, he'Nld, "if young em world depression." SARASOTA'S ORIGINAL RAW BAR
while all around them addition Andary related that one persist that the school may in order to much and
get ones
on feet
are made to Print I I" be cloned. ; gives much to a man, but at I mite south of Stickney Point Road on South Trail (U.S.4I)
existing now "vrrvlng a nevrn- if weary, in order to art, if the same time "it disappoints On the other ....... rope|
church structure year prison term because he Paul ..14. real confidence"which "You'll love our" Seafood"
These new quarters will be loaned his typewriter lo hi* INFORMAL INEXPENSIVE
Washington letterAttacks re.1.l t. tbe trial of Serving from I ItA.I M.
used to house distinguished pnplla M that they could prepare 924-2129
oar earthly efclalence. which
visitor to the congress and the school sett,paper
for press accommodations for are many and serious, U

I journalists covering the many One some overzealous critical remark studentwrote on U.S. ships ponderedThere found at the sterling point' of FUNERAL HOME SHANNON
congress event,
I about the government An theological virtue to

I The congress has had excel dary laid and the Priest was OFFICIALS here war Earlier this summer a senate h little likelihoodthat which. tb. contemporary BRADENTON-SARASOTA

arrested for encouraging' a reason subcommittee' made public there will bo effort world nfortanaffly pars
the criticism.He for the attack upon United a symsoitlum of studies In the near fetnre to Implement light attention, faith an4tope. Same For 61 Years
CLEARWATERI State warship In the Gulf of which aid Red ."
said eten ly mUsion- Russia was a ".,II.tln.l that we increase -
era. have difficulty getting< reentry Tonkin area of the South Pt.clflc. facing crises In agriculture, trade with M .vlr| RIM- Pope Paul explained the
If (Some authorities pro- Industry quality (control supplies N.! even I
permits they leave gain political run- sense of Christian confidence
the country for vacation or fesxed to lie mystified and of raw nuterlaU, and res.be.a. by citing St. Paul and St. GRIFFITH- CLINE FUNERAL HOME
E. .'BPbftC.rpga one, only recently returned planning. It
home visits said Moscow was Thomas. Aquinas AMIULANCE SERVICE
I .. In the 430-pupll Khool from South Vietnam Mia: trying to Increase Its trade At the moment chief Interest The;former Raid "our suffi
1M1044Ua1 where he taught English! "there are many pcaUblllile, with. the U Jt.!.urged that the lies In the fact that the eI.ner'fa from Cod" Mid the IIUOENTON-720 Manatee A..,.. Wed
"TUAL/ teRISetflf.t3 but It would be pure specula Western, nation develop a senate ANNA MARIA ISLAND- WOO Marina Drive
study have .
10>tNI grammar, literature com((11 11I1. may correvtly Pope, while St. Thomas: .
tion to Into them.In concerted
lion and shorthand. Arwlary" go policy concerning gauged Moscow's ecoilution. > plains predI.that to haveconfidence.
I paid that about 3% of the student some quarter It was trade with Raul,;and mtuvti. hfJlft" If Russian It U nce* *ry to
ed the belief that "a firm attitude
are straitened cirrumirtances believe in
someone who deserves -
ire raw body was ChrUtljo. An thought the attacks ml..ht be '
on the part of the Went their" reaction to faith, and that It .Is '
anil .
European sentiment prevail a part of o larger plan whIM
3 will produce: political concessions latest BarWlntu .tUtnrlnl1Jar .Jut.
*, he said and causes alack looked to ettalutlon: of the action of the Asian necessary to hope In someone .
on the part of the soviet Reds will he 'who
of weighted even does not deceive our
discipline/ which ere- fighting In Southeast Asia.
aim a burden on the teachers. Others wondered If the *. more ctnuery.) hope Sarasota County

According to Andary, the attacks were tests to see If "SInce the soviet requireour
Church In Port Sudan hat the U.S. Is a "f\I not been too troubled but In the lied Chlnei have been raw materialsami our credits
," 7.1I. Khartoum, the capital dty.TOM'S telllrg their Allan neighbors aa a matter of'the greatest urgency Sectarian

." t' .\ and perhaps even a
The new problem arose In matter of
survival there
tiiJI;r A..U at a time ekes It wee every reason to believe that U a 5833 S. Tamiam! Trail Ph. 924-1993

rEA a BEAM .L'TTn wnl. being; |>re<)lre4 here that H. firm attitude! on the pun ot ijl.
..... .pot N sac ... ., Made. SHOE Viet, Russia. wo.i ....u, ... twl.e M IM. "... produce polltJ.ral b
a, ... p/w.. put _,...... REPAIRThe 'Ulrrnattonal eaters e ntll l l concessions' on the part
It........ ....|, WIIM I M f.....c"' .< alter| (IhU year'* elrrtlon. In of the soviet,' the !
.r, m.... I* vfeiiMttl plus *m4Or4 rinMt U ...r..... this eonntrjr, Mom. obi>erver* studyaiwerted. a+ I SCHOOLSROSARIAN
Wt1,.... .......... "I"' p.rtees. '
.' ....... e.Mm1.. INrrcr. Qnallty w..I' ttwndrrH II the allacka were
c.... seater ........ .......... 1890 DREW ST. port of a Red t'dins.! ........ This& report 4k! let pr.v.k.M .
HI'KM.f t OAROKMS.. H4 Re.... Jn.l at Ibis Unto.Varloua I. the l.A kn.,. It R.*,Mrn| add day N'heeI for girio', .. ..b..re. .f ....tl,.'
!I. olftkctt t. check ....... Lake Worth Grades one t. hulu. tally ame4lte4. den
----- reasons were advanced "'NIU... ...,... th. Iroe. ..lIdlll,,. All epode ...w. art, draw atke. Dtrecte4 ky
THAYER why Morrow without ('eriata! aM bode .Mh Kn SUlerv DIlL D..I..... For catalog sddrnsu Rrtlotrar.
DODGE any announcement of lea cierUlott Ma In nt a ...".Lar l.|>k> of4lrix J10"\RUX ACIDKMT. WKT FILM BRACH

TN DODGE-DAAT a"J 100 Carry a might Jut quiet down >lu. In a* ........... 1., .
for several month One explanation
50,000tII'I.. tf I year warrenf/. was that the t Issues pse. .. Academy Of The Holy Names
None Ui-tIM I lOlt Cleveland St. Involved In the UA. political A devek mert In "
I recent KefcoW: end day ichoof for ,;,I,. Gr.de... .. twelve.. FJveccredited.
campaign are such that Soviet day ha* renewed
In Plan
Name .
Holy rally Program' includes: colooe end
Russia would gain In the the senate study A new report preperetory fenefelcumi
I Yew OeeSi.g Service Fee AI Lawn And Garden Svpp6.s long run by sJleiM.. Another from &IQHTOW said newt, art **d sports' Conducted .by Sifters; ef the Holy

SKYCREST GARDEN SUPPLY a. that Soviet Russia la In Khrushchev had Officers of the Orntral Deanery of Italy Name Name II19 layihere* loJeverat.. Tereps, Floe 4..
Societies' met recently to discuss for
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FEUTILIIIIS. INSECTICIDES, SUDS I PLANTS needs' our help.RERE. Initiative a meeting with Name rally to be held September :20: at St. James

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tn New York and a brother of director of the deanery and pastor of St. Junes;

CLARK'S the governor wf New York. Alfonso A. Ahbcttl. deanery president and nrav

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