The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 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
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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aA J ne Fl rioHISTORYCarhot Expanded[ I s c h 0 v-t dHOO 8.YT.I.lO ysr;lJ.tMAlNn lcf

tc brings record enrollment

: ?"'!" Archbishop Joseph' P. Hurley, celebrant of a midday
,' I Mass in Orlando on August 27, announced: the opening

VOL. XXV, No. 45: Orlando Florida, Friday, September 4, 196& lOtNation's S\ A 0(>"' ); of new schools for September 1964 in the Diocese of St.

"", i Augustine. Extensive additions, he Bald, have been madein

l the grade and high school system' which will be available .

to the children of the Diocese In this new scholastic

first parishto : I year.The
Archbishop made the announcement during the

; meeting held in St Charles Church and parish and at
,: / ,. ',
'J ki Bishop! Moore! High School.: In attendance were' members'

of the faculties_religious
Cathedral 8.. l'lrirk School l. JjfV.
restore ia and lay from all comers .son title.St. | .
of the Diocese. Tallahasseeto
titt ltren<.Uii School Ormond
Sarasota Kau Callie to

ST. AUGUSTINE-Another phase in the Diocese's city I and of his Diocese:: fl ,r Tampa. Father Mortimer Wench
commemoration of the Catholic foundation of St. Augustine We shrill try to dramatise Danaher presented the Piety Name K 'h
will take place in the Oldest City on Sunday September the St Augustine story in the Archbishop to the teaching 1If'.ell.

I 6. Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley will preside at the near future by adorning the rt ; staffs of the Diocese. lM"lit* Merry Hfhuol )1...

9:30: a.m. Mass In the Cathedral of St Augustine and Immediately art walls that of tells the Cathedral your story with to : 'I Growth hat characterised' tilt bland.lplph.sr! !. .

afterwards, will turn the first shovel of earth make you more and more conscious t ,. the diocesan school system, : of Oar IordHthool

marking the beginning of n the-.. restoration and renovation of your Catholic great the ArrhhNhop atrennnl' Ours Ikhad, Tamp..
of the Cathedral ness. r It l part of a growing' systemall 1"f"ar..tI. Tamp.
the teaerable.dni a that goes a. mer th* linlted States! of
: .
He will be Joined it the bark to the time of the adop* The Church was the first .. r America, he ask, acting: Our I."; q....* ef .Martyrsrh
ceremony Monslgnor Johnp. tlon of the t'.S. fonMllallon to raUe.. 'Its hands in benediction Quadricentennial beginsGround \l'. continue tn put In the ..,!'. Horamla.
of the Cathedral and I rooted In ... over this beloved land ofours. program
Burns pastor KpaaUh h. first place after Christ worship ".. Anthony, "" "01,1. ltnmkVllle
and the Priests of therountry' lory *hkh permeate Florida's things. Medltat Noble people on these Live will be broken on Sunday landscaping: above will be possible the great role of Christian \ ,
oldest parish and pat grvatnr.
also by distinguished visiting through their noble traditions September 6, for the Quadricentennial when the former Cathedral rectory I ia education, HI. lUpMfl School S4ret.r.b.cg.

Priests and guests from other As long ago as 1962 on the and younger people renovation and reiteration of the Ca- removed from the corner of Cathedral All principal' Indicate In- .

parts of the Diocese. occasion of his ,'lsltaUolof rise to greater heights when thedral of St. Augustine. Exterior and St. George Street created, enrollment In school HI. linallsa .Hrhool., Tarpon
the pariah. Archbishop IfurfIcy they are conscious of their The new parochial grade .
Kprl' ,
The restoration told -- -- -- i
of the Cathedral the people of the tradition. schoos l opening this year are:
will be a dlor..... M.Irte Corps. ('hrl.ll Mrhoul, Tern
to the great CbrUtUalx |le Ttrrare,

.t of the city and parlnh. Catholicgreatest schools called
The Archbishop Nltt thatIt
The work that will begin was trot enough that Catholic
now with solemn groundbreaking KhooU show a quantitative
follows many yearsof gift to nationAmerican growth The Deportment
study and planning to retain of KJlucalkm: the 1>\.,(-..* Is
thj old glories of the making a Herculean effort tu
Cathedral and at the same ORLANDO Perspectives principle is taught" addllton of another .1",1110I' guarnnte. that there lie high)

time beautify the setting and of Catholic education Father Danaher commentedon to the dloieMMa .11.. Be* (iu.iliiy In Catholic edutatlon
the Interior of the edifice. the work of the diocesan .Id.. Sister Mary I>*mUUO at all lev.kr l ., he sWI.
When the 400th anniversaryof were recounted here on supervisors of education;; who bar dose as ecrlleM ..
A further concern U the
Thursday of last week by Job this past year we
the Catholic founding of
are snaklsg sew steps motel quality of the results
the city is celebrated in Sep Father Mortimer Danaher.The forward tab. year. First la the CATHOLIC, back page which fttholta ,.education.

tember. 1965 the Cathedral a diocesan Director of -----. 'lama In line with this, h*

building America's tarred foremost shrines among, will Schools, speaking to more Priests, Sisters and laity High School presidents confer relied teachers upon Ui make his U their schools'p-

be in a more appropriate setting than 600 teachers from the the
tUl ohterth. to reverse
for an edifice of its Im entire Catholic school system join in leachers'meeling Archbishop Joseph P Hurley met signor John r Scully Archbishop Hur current .>f tI.Ift'lor( Uw

portance.' In brief conference with dlO<'t'a&1Jneh ley, Father Mortimer Danaher, Father on the American scene. lie
Cathedral parishioners are asked for enthusiastic OIUANOO-Six hundred Catholic educators assembled School presidents at the educator Ifernard F Dittman, Father llrendan ..j.*Ully urged. that the

heirs to a tradition of strong attention to the responsibilities here on August 27 from schools all over the Diocese meeting Ust week in Ortando Pictured lawlor\ ; back row from left' Father teachers help to make chlV

faith for they live where the of teaching.He of St Augustine, to confer with Department of Kduca- above from left, are Father Edward Thomas J. fume Monsignor Charles don and youth once again

Name of Cod was first invoked ion officials prior to the opening of another school! year. Condrrn, Father Irvin Nugent Won- A. lUrtok and Father Joseph P. )'form.Spaceport truly r.ii vtful, respectful fur
In }he nation's oldest recalled for them the Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley offered Mass for all Intent realms, la those who
statement attributed to J. ? -- -- -- tar. the weight and the t*>
community. The pariah gave teachers in Catholic schools, ha- toW them In the days

two liUhopa to the Church in Edgar Hoover director of the sermon. _Many.of them received. Italy Communion at.tEs ,.... '_ I ,l MlUlliy b( authurlty.Tk .

lu hUtorta pt .a well .. Federal "ure.u f'JflTetllga-. .-. Miss la S1. ChArUs Church. ( : -- parishopens 'y." *,ArrliWN; meaUanexf .
Sla th* educators conference. fur
numbers of Priests and
lion, ss follows; Over a score of diocesan St. Charles Church drew that thai Iho*.*. who Mvenes' *
ten Romeof; its families
go "No gift of Rockefeller or Priests moat of them on day Sisters from these congregations ftreaaefi "mtogfflng tout IMImportance
back to thoe' who first established
rf full Catholla
the Church and this Carnegie! foundation, or of teaching staffs of high where work Is school with Irish Sisters
schools, were in th* church. eihxailon" butte. i,ul been
State in the United States. any other Christian denomination more recent In Florida:
aware of the Implkallun t>
Father Mortimer Danaher
can equal the gift presented
Present parishioners take to the American people dlorrwn director of achnola, Slctert of Christian Charity MDKftnT: IHI.MOne again, the real estate Jut. building+ si so OUdluU A"e- pulling a chill' In a reHflou!
their places with dignity In fr Mendham Franciscans for fire Uys. of
"m ; atmwhMre
by the Catholic Church MHrteil. in giving Holy Communiim ting out into the Atlantic Ocean near the apace anti moon"ports" raw
the city grateful that they of St Joseph province, PhlUiMphU. ,the week rum lfed l to |>ro'>>
through the Catholic school Chaplains to the Ole of In e unles.dan, mil IM herde .
.Is feeling Impact change taking place
live in America's first porUn.I : DomiMrans' from Ins a rellgliHM, aiMaph.r.fee .
system Not a single athebttc Archbishop wen Father John .rh H-iurtUy in the rented
Kewwha: Meters ftf rH. Ann of population and the physical appearance of th* landWai, a rfciM hue only tine hourS
the. Mm' wsjr, CalknllIs teacher is among htm; not a tttuett sod Father LawrenceT r hui>l nulUtng from 4 to *
PrnvMeiK HI'*!*** of ih* }Un. .Is located the Mtrrltt Island. Uwitch Area of the week
are IMore e bare pride In single non-Chrtatlan' not- Redmond p nt stud from 7 to I p mru .
New )Frwaarn* from CM- Order of th* Most Holy Trio Can. Kennedy Air Fore Station. |i M well l| f for ..... he said.
teen, ItoMtntraiM from bath "1; Staler. of Kerry from And a center" of Cathnlt t 9 activity U. ,part of the bllom T. .."..... en liwk.a. that.. Ihiw\ tikes hate "u(

Handbook will be assetto Adrian and ."..It mother- these ssothertiouoM .to" I IreIMM -. town: the nw |perish of real. '.m I I.,*..-* iv end a in .tie.. ..... ...... ....... eel ten hMNlMl- hr C'aiN' lcliy\

houses soil Irish. Mat+rs e-f !. Arde*. Nsivsn Cloa time Uerey.I'MKer a m in tM tnC..1 l a.M.,I ....unT. hah .... here in the totted Rlale.
Mercy )a4f\.t. th* ranks *f thelsieten n.,. Wettor, Unterkk awl
elementary facultiesGrade Oat fbM P WeW, has. .. .
who have .Ferret Indtncessn

Cathottc sctmuas tar ... *.,. of Mersjr */ Wr* PMipd for UM CsilMsH toe Our schools offer supernatural help
schools have a handbook and other' special assistance genera tlnns: ter. Ma.Wha..i fs.us of lees. |Us ||.. sMCsssttl Mst MftVMrfUSM I
for them for the first time this by .r Hen" lath ..4sy In N. ...-
: provided year Meaty Iaharsl.
At. eees .. .. J.wpb, uM.ter.
.McNlele.isle. nature'needs. Priest
..... puraryIII 'tainted
the Diocese, ('aMisa; of te Hre* says
.( N.wedkl Slim .. .
M.lk .. .. . ,
Speaking to the teacher of the Catholic school system H."lr >a.e. at Jesse aMM.ry IMM I>..w.f aJkl MM. .Unary ( ., .....,.. .f ...,., ,
assembled in St Charles Church on Thursday of last III...... sod ..rt.. z...4t..**of Uw fee*H.ll.Mt aMed lust ..,., ,,... Irekr.dI. Father. Edward. F Powd, Hs tour** a.f/ K. was tft* she belts of a h..lh pre.
The vseis! *f ...... tie .,.... sehw1 IhatMw. ..*Dr mwroi. in the wHveteMj'. '. gas--
week Father Mortimer Danaher announced the innovations 1.Ir. ."'- .,II....' a1.U I>*st ..*..*.. was .....lnn< in thelur'etnn' ......
as follows: .'.k..... "I....+ti ....... tw .. .1.l ..a.I.U lament' dmrth in Qulny.UsssafKusrtls. Mid ralkjev ttewfcHe .. hee ...e4 the teats.
that breaks the.etw ol gathering.I ..
up year .,, .. Nw.mad .. .,
tW. f mre bar sbjlN fact .
aetd i formerly .
but. sttl
# not l* .** on line
During the past two weeks It there WM ales a very large
years into U sis
the Department of Education points* out to the teacher prrtoij what Ik. Itaathler .( Mart help number of the War buth tint W......... ( MM "...., I assistant. to th..* teeter at that IM Is a .......... JtnKM tort Nsumtiig. *w t.thf allntHh

has collected handbooks from should be emphasised and .. (hriatiaa. ano w?noon. whose toes wed .Itrhaa./. will ..... .....sr.r CstK M< University I nlAmfVa religion. (In MW .sen. o.*.l sat. feetor In leaching
school systems-pubLic, private hew It should be empha U..d TT-st the liurv of the r.;3f" i, lied to 1ft* UKhing ofelemen'jr (to*. H wM hit. oaSH OM .laW Uarres l I" WssMsvgUMi.DC. ru.eee,pars. ,..1'--_ bt *OM>. wlhietA III M M MUOM, ,..t. I
Catholic trougitatt for each particular leacan. ':i c-ngrffga* cs .r'.ng r" 'c't 1Jed 1'r a tt/r f ..... a.u. sty> s back
brought by
war ......... _____________ _
the country. TDI.> rubirt are sled may ( *-- K hdM gr wa. tar tt-e ; end Mro 1. et.rl 01 the os* asd* of AIAmil -.9 .. .99..9.9999 ----
l .
... 4ar demand to a> ire *
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NIIttOnk. ...k pate w-3 Je."* Li r v Ktuatta af I+'M t'' **.. hglvey. eitgsesln.aW one
Lad year a romraltte tnvr ._____ L .- -_ _.. -.. sMslli of ikeMOM ........ teahe a>f law 111M. tatM. OfftcUt,
Dtocee* nad up of the I1 at_eey as rape I.es...p All....... -
different commwUUe. w..rkeden to ..kM..*ie4 ow* ftun
a book of rales and regulations (*6'N at T awe I m ,in IM ....U., .In Ortasrt5. Iut Diocese St. AugustineSt.

nkh would be h.ipfet lard TKe *re .... the uui week rI" ..SMh| |time

U the principals, teachers, .ta foe SM>.M. fslhef Auquiriflt, Flor.d..
children and parents tn our Ilrrn 1 Mwtlbed the pi7iir.s.

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2 The Florid Catholic, Friday, Sept. 4, 196.1I

th o ttc 'Florida Reports >; I r DCCW corner I

. Jacksonville St. Petersburg Ma land i! meeting will please '-s!r

' St. VincentSt TransfigurationThe St. Mary MagdalenA 'THE to order With

Vincent's Hospital Auxiliary Forty Hours' Devotionwill layman's seminar for !, these words and a rap of the Jlr*. James

honored ninety-three start after the 11::30) Man men of central Florida has iI gavel affiliation all over the
Cheerlettes at an awards tea Diocese soon will begin a new Lncher
on Sunday September 6. Evening .
been scheduled Saturday, October
given In SchulU Auditorium.
devotions will be at 7:;30 season of apostolic endeavor. Diocesan
These Checrlettes volunteereda 3, at Camp San Pedro,
on Sunday and Monday evening 5 ,. September, In most parishes
combined total of 2585 hoursIn *. Exposition 0 f the. according to Father HubertJ. eat I- Is the month when all the Presidentin

the summer program. Blessed Sacrament will be on Reason. The program, plan that were formulated at .
Thirty-nine I Cheertettc, Sunday after 11:30: Mass until which will be held from 8 special committee meetings

'who completed thirty hours the evening services and a.m. until 4:30: p.m., will Include during the summer will be all our ..adnliklnl.He .
service, received caps; twenty. also on Monday after o'clock lecture, Mas, discussion presented to the general membership
nine received pins for fifty Mass In the morning until periods, Confession and for their approval. Is responsible for the
hours, and fifteen received a the evening service are over. Benediction of the Most Also at. this first meeting apostolic actions of his parish
stripe for their caps for giving Final plan have been made Blessed Sacrament. A free the goals) for the coming year loners. So It behooves us to

seventy.five hours for the annual get acquainted smorgasbord Is Included In will be announced, chairmen seek his permission and counsel .

The Florence Nightengale pariah picnic sponsored by the Initial plans and all members a for the various projects wUl before undertaking any
lamp pin wa presented to ten the Women's Guild of Trans of the St. Mary Magdalen be appointed, and the pastor project In the name of the
Cheerlette This pin Is award. figuration Church. Holy Name Society will be will be present to encouragethe parish. "Father .ys" are two
ed for one hundred hours in the tasks they magic words that will quickly
This picnic will be held Sun hosts for the day it wa an. Arriving from DunedinR.pr..ntin9 women
Hervlce. Recipients were: nounced by William H. Phil have act before them. stop most disagreements in a
13 from 12 to
day September
Christine, Lea Barry Ann ,Board Paulette Susan Del.ser 0 p,m. at Gladden Park which lip, president of the Society. Our Lady of trie?* Fitzsimons, .....tI. Ellen .t Bahep Moore High School We cannot stress too much authority.meeting IF they are used with

Canlpelll, Jennie DeLoach H located on 30th Avenue Committee chairmen named Lourdes/ School ;in Dunedin, Fi<.rott., Father William W. on August 27. the Importance of the pastor Let
us remember also
Include Gerald Wlcklln that
Judy Ann Graves, Susan North between 38th and 40th ; Frank Malatesta moderator program from the left, Mn. Elizabeth DuBo'i, .....n. Mary Thompson we are first and foremost a

Humphries, Beatrix Weaver, Streets. John Lyons, questionand Chapman Mn. Joanne Wwt, and Mn. Gladys Dobson arrive St. Cecelia parishionersform spiritual organization Too
Each I I. requested to
Susan Williams, and Sharyn bring a family covered dish, card answer periods; and Mn. Mary M,tf.reon, Mrt. ;in Orlando/ to attend the often, especially In new par.

Simmons. table, chairs and table service. Frank Sliwak registrar, Rosemary Marguart, Miu. P** diocesan teachers' meeting holdAssembled CCD executive board ihe It. Is easy to become con.
with the
Sacred Heart Ham will be provided free .;. material
The ladles of Sacred Heart and coke may be purchased at .: .. .:. : ; .: ;"'. : C 1' CLEAKWATER-St Cecelia parishioners held a Con- ]heel needs the of spiritual the parish and neg.

Guild will hold their first the park. fraternity of Christian Doctrine meeting here last week. our members developmentof
meeting of the year September All members of the parish CCD institute conducted by the in real.
As a result of the area ity U our sole reason for
IS at 8 and their friend
p.m. in the church are cordially
Victory Noll Sisters new members were obtained in the being. Too much time spentin
hall Prcccedlng the meeting Invited to attend.
st 7 pm. the ladle of the pariah CCD. Under the guidance of Monsignor ThomasA. discussing finances will

Guild will give a dinner to Blessed TrinityThe Colreavy, St. Cecelia has organized a parish CCD ex only cause a dwindling mem

welcome new member All Blessed Trinity Wom ecutive board. bership. Quite often the ma.
ladle! of the parish are Invited en's Club will hold a card There was a record attend- All new member were Invested terlal needs of a parish are

to attend. party on Friday, October 23, nnce at the meeting. Besides by the director, Father met in most unexpected ways

The program! for the eve- at 8 p.m. In the social hall the executive board St Ce John OTlaherty. because the parishioners

ring will be a skit entitled celia's Confraternity Includes The parish CCD executive "stormed heaven" with pray.

"The Perfect Guild end How Gainesville; seventeen teachers and twenty board Is a* follow: director, era. Your spiritual development -

to Ruin It." The skit was St. Patrick n .five fishers and helpers. father O'Klaherty; president committee could easily

written by the new guild officers The first meeting of the i Five of the teachers are grad Guy Perenlch; vice,president, Include a project of this type
and will be presented Women's Club of St. Patrick's uates of Catholic college. Mrs. Mary Moore; secretary in their program for the coming .

by them. Church In Gainesville will beheld Each teacher was assigned Mrs. A. James Christiansen; year.

on Thursday, September hla grade for the coming year treasurer, Tony Slgnorlnl!; This is also a good time to
Most! Holy RedeemerThe 10 at. the parish halL This / iind was given the text booksto chairman of teachers, Eugene emphasize the theme,of cur

new provisional churchfor meeting will be preceded bya for teachers' meetingTeachers be used. A list of all student Markham; chairman of fisher convention "Who 1 I. my
Mont Holy Redeemer par covered dish to Neighbor"-In all our com.
supper attending public gram. *, James Walters; and chairman
hh has been completed and which all the women In the from all over the Diocese various lectures offered during the mar school and public high of helper, George Ness. mlttee work.

930 Sunday and Masse 11.30 are at '7.30; parish are Invited.A gathered at Bishop Moore High School day. Mass was offered by Archbishop school wa given to the Meetings will be held the chairmen The diocesan com mt 1 t t 1 e
; am. have
drive I I. now underwayto Orlando on August 27 for a general Joseph Hurley and he addressed the fishers and helpers. second Tuesday of each way In the excellent pointed the

Seminole increase the membership teachers' meeting. After an address by assemblage afterwards The teachersare II win. also l derided to begin month at St. Cecella cafeto- have prepared programsthey for you.

Illrflned! Sacrament of this organization and plan Father Mortimer Danaher. the teacher seen here leaving Mass at St. a discussion rlab. rlum. Do not let their efforts be in

The Sunday Mass schedule for the coming year will hethe separated into groupe and attended Charlea Church. vain Every affiliation president
topic of tile first meeting.
for Bleixed Sacrament pariah will receive a copy of
has been changed to 8, 919 Coming events every committee program We

1030 and 12. Cardinals planto T" ... II... ,..... ....rll.. .,..... ...tl.t..ad ...... urge you to read them all re
Y et .... ..... I.... ,........ ........ ...... .1 na.I.r ..."... gardless of the number of active
Tampa attond events .III be ..ltI... committee there art In

Christ the King Ho M lit V (CM: -AccordIng Rummage sale, September Transfiguration parish, Wom your organization.All .

Effective ai of Sunday, to present Indication, II 3 4, 5, Supervalue Market en's Guild sponsor. our diocesan board
September A, the schedule of Cardinal and 10 Archbishop State Route 436. Lake Mary, 8 member are active member*
Masse at Christ. the Kins; from elsewhere are likely to a.m., Catholic Women's Club, Roast turkey dinner, September of their own affiliation, so
Church will be a* follow: ft, e attend the Eucharistic ConJ Church of the Nativity 26, 8 p.m, parish hall, they know whereof they

741,0, 1015: 11::an, and 12:30.: .. .M In IV>mh.y. November span.aor. St. Peter Church, DeLand, speak when they recommend ,r;
23: to December (t. House Committee, sponsor a program for affiliation use
Bishop of Nigeria They Include Peter Cardinal RroBiidhrfaklnr.. Cathedral Fall festival, October 3,
restoration follow Ik iiUo
HC.<< Augustine; Why <
HO KOTO (:ISC) The first Afaglanlan. Ernest Cardinal llama, s-30 ..m, September e, noon. Church grounds of the ( the etperls \o,,'U be glad
American and the first Domin 7'c nufflnl, Clacomo Cardinal .. rthrdrrl with Archbishop Church of the Nativity Lake you d14.
lean Priest. to be consecrateda c Lercaro Stephan Cardinal Mph P. Ilnrlejr. Mary, Catholic Women's Club,
BUhop In Nigeria has been Wyszynskl. Giovanni Cardinal Americas Oldest sponsor. To every affiliation In the
t"rbanl.ratlcl.ltu.* Cardinal Laj man's seminar October Diocese we extend our very
Installed lln his new Ire here 1 "', the ,
He 1.1 Boston.horn Blihop Koenljr, Julius Cardinal I of Nombre de 3,8am.to430pm, Camp best wishes along with a special
In St
Ixwpfner, Ruflno Cardinal I Augustine-celebrates that Our Lady of
Edward T. Lawton OP., of -- --- -- -- - San Pedro Maltland. prayer .
koto mlfteloner In this. African Santos Bernard Cardinal AI- 390th anniversary Good Counsel 1 will guMe and
lu Bishop Barry teachersAt Mass Tuesday. Card party and benefit
rink Laureen Cardinal September 8,
Hugambwa. direct you to the culminationof
nation ,
for 13 The show
year 9 s m. October 21, Bishop
Archbishop Joseph P.Hurley .
Elmer Cardinal Hitter In
Bokoto diocese, created In the diocesan teachers' meeting, are these tetchcrs from Buhop tarry Juan Cardinal Rkkett. presiding sermon by Kenny auditorium, Jacksonville the jour highest ahead. aspirations

June shout the by site Pope of Paul Alabama.VI, It la Priests, Sisters and lay men and worn. High School in Jacksonville: George Raul! Cardinal SUva Henriquet Father David page. ,Guild Bleed Trinity \\'om.en'l year As always,

has 7000 Catholic In a predominantly en travelled from various cities to at. F. McMahan Jr., mathematics: Philip and Augutkne Cardinal Rummage sale, September sponsor. SI* lecher
Moslem population tend conferences and meet with Archbishop L. Porvainlk, English; Cordon Brick, lies SJ. 10 11. 12, 9 am. Obi Sears Card party. October %3. 8pm

of 4.a m'lllon Joseph P Hurley. Among those mathematics: David Lonergan, science. Building, Sanford Catholic11'arten's Social\ Hall of Blessed
Refugee aid Club, Church of the Trinity parish St. Petersburg St. Petersburg
representing school: of the Diocese and Robert J. Coven social studies. Women's Club,
Nativity Lake Mary, sponsor sponsor.
MUM I I.NO-The number Parish Jubilee celebrations October
St. Petersburg pltnlc. September -
of Cuban refutres refilled
13 1 to 5 p.m.. Gladden Park 23-23, St Joseph pariah,
ALPINEThe New Deanery chairmen the In the Miami United are States hat outside passel :loch: Avenue St. Petersburg Palm Bay Enjoy AUTOMATIC

al MW Noninq Home the W.0i)0) mark, and Catholic Transfiguration Women's Annual bazaar Ascension "K..P-BM'

'N the f".t lit Nwnill9 listed for DCCW Relief Service* National Guild, sponsor.Covered parish 21 Eau Gallic, November DELIVERY

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S The Florida Catholic. Friday Sept 1, 1961


Teachers hear need of reading


skills at diocesan conference youth

ORLANDO-Sister Robert Marie S.NJ.M. of the he (the student) must mal held ideal

,Academy of the Holy Names in Tampa spoke to the use of the ideas gal'ud
olementary school teachers; of reading at the diocesan through reading to further hU c'\snut\\JOU'O: : (: )

I teachers' meeting held at Bishop Moore High School knowledge, to Increase his understanding -.Pop Paul VI dc<,Urcd that:
here last week. to modify his attitudes public opinion I'e'Uttle of
tastes and appreciations .
We. as teachers she stressed must ready the young the lile.illftm "hit h m'. th .1
and in general\ to effect
Mtudent for the big and wonderful experience of readIn changes in his conduct.. come of the )'''\1111, people! ottll..y.
?. .
In her lecture. Staler Robert Ideas from the printed word. In summarizing her talk.
Marie cored what reed We are affected by what w.. Sinter Hubert Marie rrnph- 'JJ e; } r And. he Limrnir l that chess.
i !ig Is, the effect It hu and read and so U the child Sta led; I people do rerognUe. It, they
how to read well ter pointed out. The material W may mile al It and. this. .!$lmply stated, she said read- in all the books in the reading The dedicated teachers, both : II.
lug I* the Interpretation of the series centers around the religious\ and lay. in our Catholic iiafr.1 Uroy
written word. Perhaps too tIOCt -rritgloullli/e of the chili schools win be sending The BUhop of Rome) w' '1

simply stated. Sister went on In the home the neighborhoof thousands of young men and speaking to more th,'m 1CU:
to say because reading is ana the local community, women to places near and f.r. Italian boyroutsho tJ,
and in the to engage In occupations as
concluded their tt JMtkMMl
involving a composite of Sister noted that while the varied as the colors of Jo Attend lecture on reading skills just Jamboree in the
complex skills each of which authors say that they do not seph's coat-just as they hare Abnml. natlunul j\ntc:. S me4her
In ost be learned and mastered propose to teach ..religion so done in the pan! --and. you Bishop Moore High Sohiwl in Orlando teachers separated| to attend lectures Marie S.NJM.: of the Academy of scouts were. PI c',,' it

by the IndividuaL clal studies or any other subject the primary teachers..of today was the scene of the diocesan on various subjects taught in the Holy( Names in Tampa, on reading from JYance. Germany,
will .
haevery .101to
l iShe Certain continued factors: are relatedto J can through acquire clear reading and the lasting child thank God that you hue had teacher: meeting held on August grade and high schools. One such skills in the primary grades. n......... Portugal and the

the success or lack of sue- concepts: and that the close the privilege of sharing the 27. After a general meeting the l lecture was given by Sister Robert United. Wales
eels' In reading-m t n t a I. these concepts are related to spiritual intellectual and physical The .Pop told fin j" 2MsJtors

phj-ilcal, social, and emotional religion and 'to the truths development of these :
maturity have a great bear taught In religion, the deeper young peopfo -and that It was Blesses center The new apostles "We have gone to m.my of
Ing; on success in reading. and more significant the results )ou who IlUldf'llhell' firststeps our seminaries and irre, beenamased
will be for the forma. on the road to reading. BILBAO, H|I..I.0: ) ., almost spellhoiin.f! to
The mot klfnirirant (.. tion of the true Christian Sister Robert Marie Is af- nUhop Pablo Gurplde of IU!. find dear and touching ;ell'up
Inert In all learning .U the des character.E fllhated with the long respected two has blessed a new renter Priest's jungle trek aids LaotiansTIIERK of young people ral'(1( ty
alrit and the will lr
to rn. the superlative ilh'.aIf! a
>en during the primary Bayghore In
Tile teacher must there- period of Instruction she said Tampa. here. car. p*.ple In the nut remain in thru" hou*** tt the P..kMine nod, where they,, heroic anti total n>n.oct ,i'i n
to Christ and to tho w,"1 ilL
font first discover the child's ---- who hAd notseen night going out d.leop. In leuritml thnt military truck.
sblljty to learn and then motivate a Priest for user a vrir 11'1.H..I.... ,In other, *. h., unable' In ii.nif further na+rth. Theee are scene than) [MO. utv
his will to act in ac- For this reason >*a,her found the |,,-.
not come across 'h.1tJ1tre:
conUnce with that ability. Henry Ivlrros, an Oblate nvlonary. to Ie4i-, holding to mile' to the wnith The .
lo* the elementary school ticked bias near for safety, In the n.nith. Mel frightened imiplv.. punhed on. eonally.IUI
the aim of reading Instruction a trek .Into the NorUivrnjun l learned that Th Turn mul In his arms, Kuther carried It l I. rare (that lIltllle
is the development! of V N shell )h* eftperied' { Tha.teoc had .both fallen. a eMM with M had an abii'sesul oplsp'w| t ran hate really a4eq4t .
concepts and the getting of with take lease months. law that .he oukl. ... nM...". i>( such jvMHgp
Help babe In Mold watch the g ngr.n.tlpr.d. v'l| ..
father knew. there **. rather heart ahehIM .
flthllng !I. the 11I.\41.1.1.., arms day before .he had. made ashtatre "In fact young |w..1'i 'in vim I
i hut he hd no Wes how .had ef seven Mlles.. to take this ruggr i .,,,1,1 ,i f., 1'' alit!,
thing. casuist" .he. lie dad l .."t One iky. after atx. ...... on K4ve his teat penkUto. to a path are often lit II.- bi 1'1">i"< i iled.
u a a ar expert that stet, tillage trek rather encountered a atek woman and now there They are i<,n-i,,01.1'i .
could| be a IMIII ii,,u..J. patrol of I arvenrtnent .......ra. was none for the ..... rather. ordinary. yuung t p'e' "f
and he. was Nick -AVe are Hub. value without l 1.5 i> h..
V At Paksane. which was as evacuating the what area. Tilt rhUI' died U the Inn, without originality i or"There
far as he. could go by .burn he Everybody: must head south. "',!.'!'. rime. ...,............
had to rely on the army for We eejMot .hold off the' cum ere some who smite'
transportation to the north. ..nan.... any ....,.,. The" refusee He stepped. aside with the at ..... and with thai' smuethey
The romMamtant tried to dls- mother and Marled the child
Diiytona BeachPRINTING ell need your help rather. destroy them Mm th..eare
kvP wade .him aaytaar: It's very met return .In the sand, then eat wilts the.
so you real young people' tit\ fullpMMMlon
ilanfferous. Father. We" can'tbe south, too." mother tar an hour. .......1'<< of uml..r..ljii rseyonathle tar >OIL .her until she WM able. to
and strength, taut algnsal v-ii,
The t.f.|ee. seeded the continue southward.
-You won't b rather a*
_uta. are real l *!inl ire
la'ef hate. stud. Offset iur 4. "Jurt the aw 111ft.. Mlulonary.. lil.*l 1..1....., At Pakaansv. MlHtary offtrials mullvated by uiKUllkwl .inrItlMl "

C.dll\\l" Wme. Ce, far as you nn I'm t...Inc II._. .. how, their taw imnsaisil. tnal rather moral .physical' and you
I. ..&..,. ..- for TM-Tom. tit) aaOea tat> the luai.laslarts on their hecks, leave Immediately tar V.... feutttnal ...r..*.*.
a 2. 284 UI M.t"OaW.lcome I....* their road tune, they emwiVd liar the repHei "*,.* wilt "T.... are young | npl. born
road tant finUhMt. .- ..., In the rMjr," they
?"hot new the jwmte. watna .leading u. U lay, to love. to Murk to
." **M the cenuMndaM."tiut the Pakaane road. Merry were MtkL 1 au have ... alt y..I eomrwt. to ..,,,. and to
Travelers' we en take )1P' MCM* W ltd father u..... them van, )*t.." hulM"'
th' Mays dIMa\ ,_ ......,...., t..w too) k tilt he W 1
'-#* FwmihirePerthand SeeclahlesRarhm -I:: J aril, !CarJeLIt II'ei) at tll!!_jA IA.IrMlwt! nwneensthen /y .........nwhlsr llaor.lhsn 'lu.: Stamp issued;
Pal sllFiquntlys' the array hurt. f>n rMhINC > duty *. a' mt&KiMtf to a h/11XN.iM.sy C.\.') A
Wrought .,.. truck hi to slip' wMleacOdlers an al..H*+. ....l ttttus.. Ke tht..*t*..*,.f pw...J*; *.Ve, I will ..-.... cumm.nwrntlve gearlass .
1 Aluminum .heckrd. at the Waxier-. foetrad for any Nat| Mt l t. Hay ,.,.. he MfeL elm sump wlU t.* |MUI| t>ylrmnr
H7glawly" I-Orm n4 leaeJiHaliaw growth that hat) .pnmie*! al- hind and See p.,... navels tar sues I rn find snea moot Mrrnlajhi and bfctrte I...of4e who had. eaten estlyrou I....... I nuet gas neck tons' rnflvrndl.fl, of fi; mean
Recently baptized the" roMt There were no and frees tar days. to the mountains M suns a I Ieen. /1sllwNw. C K.I tlh,".,t lu
and AmeriCl" Food bridges. owr the rivers; thertvetlHttMM .......,. on tail May IN. the 1 have an ........,...., he heel. In Mutigart lhla
These five young women were recently Mae Williams; In the front row, from wee ton MMttyto rifmese rearnsd Ifuonf en with. a man ,In a enure*.* week.
Open. S ,M. .tiI II fM. baptized Into the Church by Father the left are Amanda Camellia Hopkins risk; the. ...... weight ell

William G. Corry. Pictured In the Wanda Gail Carr and Grrndehfle Ui. lewd so rather. .had to
lanquet F.Ci1iti"CoMd .,...
was s.'eds.Mp -
back row from the left arc IlerculeaMarie Louise HalL
i fit >.'..*.. afftaliict Sk.i .elva
'I Mondays Adams, Father Cony and Essiefieri Me lily.Dark.

Deadlines at noon

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M ail '.....1.. rH.l'. ...... was dark at .... The pueMPwet.
as ad. t* ee* him las
: >C Catholic m\.aal\ Ions In AlbertrUU were
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J. Trdway'aDaytona ataw..fl here _. r.lhll.tby 'hal l
ransacked and 13 mleelonerfl Buffered InJviVs and were seed. TheM a.- $ai9LYli
& Co.
Moving Storage brought to a hoepital. according to sdlrtton! Inform* every tMe.. We .>|net < h Y
lints ALLIED VAX LINES, INC. Uon received her on an attack on mUsionarUe there. atteraed any ..... *

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III !'.. C.M,ll-rL IIU4 MO M. RIt'RK 41sti V\hit I Fathers g..nerslet! one In Afcertvttt dortor was. reported la l 14 | Urns**.* He eaM 111bier. Hue'S
slat I""le.'Md L 111 dal.1
to hrh rer i'ed the reeurt of ,
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of BwrundtATrtran ..flTM w .. sight efAm
and LAUNDRY SERVICE 1.aa4.os youths offering
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Meters were amo- ....... to ne authoritywhelaoeeor -
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The Life of Our Lord God's world

CommentGod Christ's words, deeds are Free will and temptation measured'

time choose God and re b

will bless the future guide when Gospels read TIlE never human-will except never in acts the jest Him.

pursuit of good. The will must However what we need la a.
Christians we love Father motive which we can evokk
LAST week's meeting of the Priests, has blessed it in the past; lie will blessit AS Christ. try to live by His perceive an action as being quickly and which will enablt

and lay teachers of our more abundantly in the future. law would think It a gloryto somehow good or It simply Leo J. us to say such a prayer. On.e

Catholic schools was one which left a Parents who are privileged to send die for Him. But how much will not respond. In the phi Treespushed such motive Is gratitudetT4

lasting Impression on the participants. their children to a Catholic school can do we know of His life upon Frank J. losophy of St. Thomas Aqulnas may not be able to love Go das

It was an inspiring sight-the num. be thankful that they have fallen heir earth 1The this !Is expressed In the selflessly as we woul 3

ber of diocesan Priests, the spectrum to one of the greatest heritages in the rosary, for instance, Sheedwe r axiom, "The natural object of wish but at least we do has,w,

of the various orders of Sisters, the history of Christianity. The Catholic has nothing between the findIng the will !Li that which Is good. the human decency to lit

quality and quantity of our lay teach.. school system in our nation is un of Our Lord In the Tern gratefulGod
pie and the Last Supper. Thusit Why then does the mill has been good to tut
ers. The air of professionalism was paralleled In the annals of Church his.. omit some twenty years_ sometimes choose that Into the background. In ten thousand ways, son ID

very much in evidence. There is a work tory.We not only the (.ulet life at Nazareth which Is evil Why do we, stn'The You dwelt only on the pleasure .. of them evident, some cc r>

of God to be done and our teachers are all see the tremendous respon but the years of the must miss! unless we re the profit or other satisfaction cealed. There Is very lit) to

obviously ready and anxious to do it. sibility borne by our school system. public ministry member, from St. Matthew answer Is that the will that would accrue that w e can do for God In esp.'

The meeting was permeated with a We are thankful that we have been and St. Mark's accounts of has to depend upon the Intellect from your tin. turn. He has not asked us ltd

desire to give our children the very blessed with devoted and dedicated ed. l*,And_ltf| n that for moot sammarlres of u.* _the ablaze the Crucifixion that 5t.John' for lu data be. a and first-class the Intellect This U the distorted view go lands into, there missionary to be racked hint'by FIN

best education possible. Complacency ucators. They will meet the challenge of light about Ills birth. own mother was standing swindler.can The Intellect can which roar Intellect' offeredto dysentery and weakened by

was out. It was obvious that they of constantly Improving our wonderful another. about HI death but there! present a sinful action to the jour will with conclusion malaria while preaching the
were cognizant of the great need of school system. Our educators are op dimness la between.An for U It only the Gopel will as being desirable, by l I."I'nder rood for the me circumstances to do .hi.." The GospelHe

our Church and nation for better timists.! Our school system is great because occasional miracle I I that shed light epon the GUM suppressing part of the evi Mill moved. The deed wu has not asked ua to

schools. There is always a holy air of of its heritage and the present stand out, a few parables; pets, but the whole Bible. dence. The ..If- atlt'acUon done spend years of loneliness teed

optimism at our school meetings an generation of teachers and parents Is but there is no shape to our For an example of what the that will result from the sin privation in a communist

optimism based on faith. Our Catholic dedicated to this work of God. For this knowledge; Indeed there is nogreat Old Testament has In It to la magnified and the harmful Afterwards you were stricken prison. He has not asked nil
effect minimized or Ignored. with remorse. You asked to bear a heavy cross of
school system is a work of God. God we give thanks. desire for knowledge. give, take one more of Our
%% seem curiously Incurious Lord's seven words from the The will respond to the one- yourself "How could I ever chronic pain. ((11 we do bear

about the life of one who is Cross -"My God. my God aided picture and ain ensues have done such a thing?" The such a cross, we have 11 &isle

the life of our life. Perhaps I why hast thou forsaken me." If you can recall any of answer !la that you did It became need to worry about tern pta-

your past alns for analysis. you did not feed your tlon.)
exaggerate. I hope I do. But It Is a profoundly mysterious
Sacred Scripture consider this. saying: great spiritual masters you readily will see that thU will the truth. No, God has been very jay

Is to. on ui, considering all that.;Ht
I .
Scores of times one has have found d.ep-.nd various This all happens, very often

God's dominion lauded heard unbelievers asking whywe meanings in it. When' temptation arose. In much less time than It has done for us.Remembering.

supreme don't drop the cruel doc But these words were not you kept your mind averted has taken to describe the pro- thin rt
- -- -- -
trine of hell and return to the new words wrenched from from the harmful nature cess. Some temptations may should be comparatively. !ha.y

THERE is a group of Indeed, Yahweh did reign simple loving teaching; of Our Lord by the agony of the your contemplated act; from hit us very suddenly. The Intellect for n< to tell oar.elve In a

which has as the He led Ills people back to Christ In the sermon on the moment They are a quota. the fact that It would be an to will to choice moment of sudden tenlpta.

central theme the kingdom or their homeland and took up Mount tion. They are the opening act of base Ingratitude toward sequence may be a very ra slots, ".Vow this Is one tTtlagI
Father residence once more !in the restored words of psalm 21. So we God and a betrayal of pfd one.
kingship of Yahweh (0408)). Is cnn do for God one I *naU
temple. It the rarest thing to find what the words His love; from the fact that
John J. must That Is why It Is so Important bal ponlthe art of apII' rl..
Although not Included In this find a Catholic layman who mean In the psalm. Findingthis your sin (If grave) would extinguish
The psalmist. the to have a strong defense tlon. I can deny myself this
group psalm 02 very definite CasUlottemple tolling can give the obvious answer we find something else, the divine life in
ly belongs to it. It has the enthusiasm of his tomnafrloli, namely that In the sermonon which must have startled your soul and that, if death prepared In advance, when Indulgence. I ran say >i P t.

Ming lallrally of the king the Mount Our Lord warns Jew within hearing were to Intervene you 'would the mind Is serene and operating this temptation.

same theme and was writtenin ship of "abw.h.AlIalNt his hearers of hell five sep every lose God forever. If another rationally.
even more than the words If we can keep this tile J gM
the same historical clrcumtt this background arate time: nowhere else themselves. If you do not was Involved In your sin, you Prayer f..* a prime antidoteto packed in the forefrorjt of

I'mce,. the psalm Itself. should<< prevent
When the Jews returned to of Jerusalem was a little difficulty. The following l. Not to know this means that 21. harm which you woulddo of love for God. It would when temptation strike> our

Talekllne after the Hah) Ionian. heap of smoking nibble. verses, however, needa we have simply not followedOur to that person. !>. impossible to mislead the will !la safe from deception.
lord the Beside ftrlptnr all sort
i\lle: they were more than And yet Yahweh had manifested bit of explanation; through yearsof Even natural considerations will In a moment of temptation We can give our will a motive
His of other the general
ever convinced of the supreme His i>rr..enre even In The floods lift up O LOUD, history' of the period- for example such ai consequent un- If we could say slnrerely, to which: it will quickly respond

dominion the one true (lod.He the land of exile. He had opIared the fin*!* lift up their The first step I 14 to return and the religion atmoKphere happiness possible disgrace ")1, God, I love Your: The as It stands poise! for

In vision to rtorhlel. voice; the rood! lift Up lit the GiM|>eK U> mail read at that partlruUrmoment '. or other painful effects were will cannot at ODe and the pursuit of that which Is ;jgood.
had recrued
them poor the prophet of the exile, and their tumult. them Intently, (growing In _
and defenseless. from the will" help u* .towardsthe
had assured, him that lie had
knowledge of Hi word and
cruel grasp of two of the most More powerful than the roar vivid seeing, which should Washington letterCommunism I
not abandoned Ills |>oo|>le. deeds l building our Intimacy
powerful empires of the day: of many waters more bIt our, of Our lord an. Me
Moreover) He had, promisedthat With lllm.flf.
Babylon and I'ersla.! Such a powerful than the breakers lived
though His earthly
display of power could hardly representatives had betrayed on high of the Is the sea powerful LOUD. It will require a growth in General: hUtoryi we need seen always/ a threat
fall to them
impress our reading
their trust, J He was still Kingof pow.rincluilln.the to know for Instance, what -
Surely the God of Israel was Israel and would rule Ilia For the ancients, the seas power to relate things said ,
the Romans
the Lord of the universe, the people, at least temporarily and i rivers were a source of In different gospels or in different Palestine why were the Samaritan doing Li THE free world can expect speeches of communist! origin express their radical 'ftppn i.

King of king This had always "without the aid of human instruments. mystery and a symbol of un ports of the same gos greater threats from representing some 1100 pages tlon to us in thought' and
been a fundamental belief harnessed power pet It will require what is woman was so surprised that communism and must strive Morris I. Lelbman of Chi. deed." He said "dlalo( In
of theirs, but It had been The psalmist may tie using rare in modern readers a a. should speak to her, to spread freedom and Justice cage chairman of the ABA such conditions Is very/ difficult

dulled by unfortunate historical "Hut my life\ -oracle of Yahweh this general figure to extol total concentration of the who Herod the Great 'was everywhere.This committee said the center for not to say Impossible,

circumstances. The human -I swear that It U I myself Yahwrh's supreme dominion mind Take two example the!('easier massacre' to believe of the Innocents when sober advice comes strategic studies at the Jesuit- although even today *$. Nil

kings whom He had sano who will rule over you over all furrr. however mysterious from one" of the parts of Our know what he we from an Inllu.nUAIroup-a conducted university here "Is no preconceived' Inter.tVon .4
experience had
Cloned as Ills representativeshad with strong hand and outstretched however powerful Or, Lord's life on which the light in massacre.For standing committee of the one of the nation's outstanding excluding the person* who>

proved all too human and aim. I will bring more probably, he may he alluding doe fall for everyone of ui the American Bar Association graduate research centers profess these systems /sand belong .

had brought about the downfall you out of the midst of the to the traditional enemies -Ills three hours on the religious atmosphere engaged in the study of to these regimes. fur the

of His earthly kingdom. pagans. I will lead you of Israel each of which Cross. there la space for a Peace en the haul of "therommnnM the multi-faceted threat posed l lover of truth d1Mu.14JoA U
hack (at least) a small num. single example. Our Lord said doctrine of 'peace.tub .
was situated on I great watercourse by the International "
St Luke tells u* He said communist always possible..
This disaster, coupled with ber of you" (lEI 20, 137)). : Egypt on the Nile, "It 1s not what goes Into the tocxMenre t.. clearly an movement"Admiral
to the
the rruihlng degradation tI' repentant thief This mouth that defiles a man but lmMKublltjrM| | It U averted. "The difficulties a fu enormously ..
And when the victorious Assyria and Babylonia on the day thou shall be. with In Arlelgh Burke.
the etlle, had raued a rrUle me what comes out" Obvious, we I. a study sponsored by this Increased by otmtacletof
Persian general Cyrus Issued Tigris and tfuJ'lhrat..h".h : ... ptradh' : w. t.nd to think think US.V (Ret), former chief of the moral
Indeed absence
.f faith for many an hra.II. ; we wonder why committee. order.-the
the decree of liberation the the thief went straight to naval operations and memberof : of
\ hiss shown Illmselfmaster He troubled to say Iti; till we The sufficient freedom
Was Yahweh really the one prophet known as Second' tlr them all and there heaven Hut St. John reports remember the Old Testament "informational"study as the joint chiefs of staff, is of thought and art!hn. and

true God. the Lord of the unl- lasts MW In this glorious turn U every reae.n to trust IIUword. Christ as saying to Mary distinction. between food and and .not intended director of the center the perversion of d'kxrusekm:

verse, the King of kings of events a clear Indication' of Malalen after. Ills resurrection unclean and learn how far beyvnd as a policy statement. On the basis of the study so that the latter is iwot made
of the ABA But the
1 Had not the gods of Baby- Yahweh'a universal supremacy "I am not yet ascended this the Scribes hail the ABA committee has concluded use of to seek and
Ion their How Iwautlful the He to home with His. tone urges "J..adrs. of the or. that "communist
proved supremacy : are I'IOP"CIfK'W' to. my Father.V hat then -they argued for Instance, actions objective truth but la serv
In undeniably striking fashIon feet of the herald who announce more, enthrone! In the wu pradtsr whether ganised bar teachers and and communist words predetermined utUlu-
was sinful to eat
? The temples of Uabylon to Stan. *Y ur Odd tempi. and thy are secure in We all know, and rejoice to an egg If the hen had laid civic leaders to acquaint themselves prove that communist goals roan ends."

were glittering 'wonders; the rtltMl" (Is 11,1),). faith Ml ..... (II). know that Our Lord Mid tOur ,) It on the Sabbath. talus with the facts' it con are un
Lady "BehoM may well he greater now In of Tope J 'In XXIII
thr son The aim of the series now *
and to St. John "Behold thy beginning. to study Our "There U a very real danger our moment of one-aWed relaxation in his encyclical lLto m in
Paul VIRecalls to the free word ahouM U than in the lease
Pope mother. there U Turks that "the
Hut an Intensely Lord's life In the lines indicated durrtnvtsuch crt
fail to judge accurately the .Intentions days of naked Stalinism."
I dramatic element that !In this column. : movements dire slat

of the cwuMmmists, r.f.. fail 1. I. hi'. firs t orated and defined *mtn ...
for it U stated.
unheededFollowing The
pleas s4iy makes.
peace suvh othr statements a. the encyclical letter wlm.e .pearanre ways the same whereas the
Question boxRule |> en another rontlnent movements thf1l1Hrnnnot"'
1s the first. por. serious thoughts, whkh occupy Imposes 11111Anl/ those noplrt followtar"Above: almost rnlnrMe4 with help but evolve acct undergo

tlon of a translation of the appeal our mil II! in deep meditation. H"t. f...i mli-d ui.'u |'w.- aft It 1s clear that lh. l I....anre of theK.\ changes even of a :pn/oun4
for world peace nude )IIY> and which are aroused ti... ire n>t Mr
J'opa r.ul1 in !Italian at his by two stimulating motives. IVJltl.-* freed from rtin4N 1 tie.tra up their b_.-,.".* a. "the cMef" .fIboMi despair that they m ty or* day
of -.Id ..
gnat idimeta1""ll
weekly general audience at First of these, I Is the ;MMhannlverMry \II the >.rv ontHi who wUh' *Me.l...kal .yleniwhlrh be able to enter Inca a more
Ember days in third weekQ. Is clear thai whom. "
Castelgandolfo on August 20. of the flr.t world It MI enwinrlixkiett. The itnnger emtttay.. the hmtjuag eommunists deny Cal and oppress poarUve dialogue '.lth the

war and also rot the :Mh<< of the la Imminent hut there I* yet the. ( hard"The Church than the p 0fIMIt ene
YOUR presence, In such vecnnd wee ,Uh, o/ whirls time. Nothing Is hoot by |<*>re' I'M..e "rlalN !. we way" 'mber Now the first Sunday of 'rf'... they do so to maX which we now M. neceeetty
and such variety had ember day this ear' ,,f each month cannot CMM their true atratofte purpose: IVpe add.Jut "they deplore
these out at thla. ?taw of >er All CM W loaf with war. 11 wt ) and fasten T
"with such filial cordial. the former at the beginning. matt return to understanding. In I'rlxMarjr' and. \lar ln.le4nf earlier than the first day of the Uotatkm. erlrctanttt,

|ty. opens our heart today to of August tM latter at UM one another. IM them start al the time .II. *eaw>nrhaage. \the month, weakening, and AM! dwetmeUeei M. J. Murray
the confident' tt the free wrW and Its
expression, notof
beginning wf SeptornhM The.. again to nesMUt" (A.AS, To my iMwMf, I .
rule had to t
So the <* ef We
the usual familiar and spit.ltual way
rant remember that this' ur
trot motive' !. the seas.disagre.esent. IMBXlwXM).
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I .. air.>..4y MTrre4. I see the not sues
genera) audiences, but to sum T'-' weal rearisl unheard days Ui the font week ofSepteMbr. these may wall awl eat to tar Strange but
stared with Marl l and pe.tb are In skis m nta>, september.. /
ay thnw wh. dreamed swr tiMMJMy I* rve cfte that

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6 The Florid Catholic Friday. S -pt. ... 196-4

Pope Paul VIPredecessors M Mass guide

I SUNDAY. September 616ih
Sunday after Ptnteroot. -

sought to stoo (Mass of Sunday: dorta

wars. Creed, Preface of Trinity
(c..u.... ,... p... t. 1t )
Inefficacious reception on the the two world wars which
''Ooy, September 7M.m
Is absolutely antlhistorical. to part of the governors of nations bloodied the first half of our ( of previous Sunday

accuse a meek and humble lie and the leaders of pub century offer a propitious oocaslon Common TreticvTVESPAY. .>

lope like St. Pius X yet opinion. to recall those me*
September 8
tone! hate dared to write thus The diffidence which nur. sages of peace, and to keep f A t Nativity of the Pleased I Virgin .
; e
rounded the warning inter alive and active their tonic 'a
-of coresponslbllity In the ventions of papal teaching memory and admonition. Mary. (Ma*t of feast
Gloria, 2nd. Prarrr of lit.drl.tn. .
outbreak of the war of 1914. does not discourage from
renewing Peace I Is a ..pre.e g... ('reed' Preface cfHie
.," there till reechoes for peace our whenever paternal the appeal for .....h' living <,let IB.eternity Teachers gather at Bishop Moore High School ****! Virgin)

whh lerrikla truth in the moment of history, and especially Wit) U U... Bat 'It \VKDNKSDAY.:" September P

hearts of tho.. who HBffrrrd the duty of our apostolic 1. a fragile food arUlag rr... Approximately 600 teachers teachers ajuwmbled at St. Chartea they attended various lectures on St Peter CU..>r. Maw of

through that war the well office require it. The solemn mobile and.. tewpka factors gathered in Orlando Jut week for Church and were addressed by Fa. teaching skiUa. Mass was offeredat fast Gloria, 2nd Prayer of
la wkfck. Mart free sad re.tponaiMe St OsrsjMite*. Common
known phrase of Benedict XV, and pregnant words which will la I* rvatlaaal the diocesan teachers' meeting held then Mortimer Danaher, right die noon by Archbishop Joseph P. Preface)
our Immediate
wao referred to It as "a __ predecessor, fUy. at Bishop Moore High School Then ocrsaa director of schools and then lIurk)'.
John XXIII of happy menv TIIURMUr. September 10

lens eIsugller"At cry, addressed to the world in Therefore peace Is n.'t.rrompl.tel St. Nicholas of Tolentrno.Ma .
his encyclical Tacem In Ter- ( ..* of a Cvnt*** not a
that time, too the voice stable) and secure;

of the Vicar of Christ, though lis The* have world not senses echoed that In nln.his\ rethought It must at and every reconstituted moment be Our schools offer supernatural help Condolences Hfc te4.ee.l> tOlnrta, Common

It resounded deeply In the words had the twofold fascination rapidly It weakens and degenerates ; .'.\IIT,,:u\\: 11111.HI, Italy FRIDAY. September 11

hearts of peoples and won of Udora and of ,CMl. U It 1s not Incessantly 'tainted nature'needs Priest (W: ).-14.. Pawl. \1 Isse wat (Maa H preto.M SWId..y.2nd ,

tardy recognition from the ness. brought back to those true says. a telefrairi symMiihy| t. the Prayer of SK Protu

minds of thinkers and historians It seems to us that the anniversary principles which alone can n-...... Mr ..e. 1) 1 The greatest the of all .UV' foumtat" and wM. ..w ft the ArsvMiM" am awl Hyacinth. CommonPreface
denxuracy was
recurrences, one of generate and 'It hss Mtlnr tIt the H. 4y Me. I
yet had only scarce and M years, the other of 23. of (Conilnned preserve nest week) rest t they forgot about the *\ .1 the site of that thins' that It nets upon the the,la Lute Hm|" Uwvfe. ..ht.I""t.nh' slot| SATt'HIUY. September 11
th) .1 t
you around
Our Catholic education he carry on glral fart that man U m dIn .\ in Huetio,* Atrn.Ilt il.t, 1I>U Nan of Mary.U .
said U like the Hfe In y t>'it boKlL't'.ou: may say you j the Image ami Ukene, of > h.; i tecga', ). ,,1sL I. oht ( .,14 of (e*"t Cl'irla\ Pref-
us. ha\fnl got one? trjbwty:
Once we lose contact with the hue MI. ti'mht'-: 11r't f p.c-e! \',rgtn)

sources of from shore t er '" ,
grace '
the Cure of Ars, as h#
we are In trouble, said lather
air, ,' could put It, sH In M M 1K
Down.Ile -
sermon that teeny pern has
outlined the background
to < rry a ears, beeauae theyare M
W t: ; IZr
1 .
of thou who cant talk the cr+
hulrt In the form of owe
Isnguajre" of the supernaturalwith \
Father Oovnl remtatleit hishenrers
the Catholic. 'alher
bawd continued. that Father. Atoms 1M
R.'nn. he pet of the .'rtulh-
We raat aw the ar>pT.*rlkof ern Oonfrtter. ry, ".tpre.aeit ) t
lhe.e wl.>. 4. SMH bare lhakaperaalaral It matnUVentljr the ra*. of M

vlawa..at that (C"hn when he saM. there sac '

I I. the rote. ,... *eM-e, ... aomtihtug! In Hat. Ms pv< .:.7 d.... .

specific dlffrrfur wbleh .-m. .t s| narks off ear rdaralloaal. par o'il. k on the fin (JaoIt )'rs- IV' !)\ I

grim from that nl any usher ciA x Father I>"((1 then t.- a { -

r M group la she world.' cited. the |K>ei'B wurua; \ Ji.r' 'p119l ;-

Figure It out Why Is it There U a tnrth toye.of ur

tweaary' that we take an approach ken. : i:. .

to education' from a Hutet a truth bat. all may --- - -

I Father Dowd addresses teachersFather uroatursl standpoint? The r..... Hurrying to Mass
reason! is this: There U something It .. with ra... aa with tweet

Edward F Dowd came to grot 27. He addressed the gathering wrong with the nature The ."........ hit $e ... the.rec Archbishop J.w|p Moor* llljth !'eIM..t.
that .U ours We know that Nees.Tar. I
Orlando from Massachusetts for the of secondary school presidents, principals from experience that thi nature touted a nuomUy Xlaaa for,) the many last work fdirMof lhna whosttetklal

I second time in five month to speakat and teacher on the "t'hiloaophy we hate nr ul.l help. flower that lhh1Asn I'rW-ils, fbstrra and 'laymen who (atn* are. shown her hurrying' to St CharW

the diocesan teachers' meeting held of Catholic Education.: rather Huwtl fr't ah .ei| .aw MDSM trod for the dkxe.an teathrra' meet Church where the Was was offrmLIr
Out. nf heart. aM piled wUOat
at Bishop Moore High School on AuDeadline why the f'atnottc eOurstk> a &
hrogrsm mwst a.. ,u'"ft4lt.mIL If... '
--- -- forth Its full .
e\ec pr
--''' \ """ Senimily, he '""Mlle.1he Co-nsulto-r
equipment |y fume testi-ng-
Reports six Bishops still Christ which he fallal "", Until the etnas U anM lu on I
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I ...... -oil "h. rl_ tub..N natural gende. Ant thirdly '
.mw L- .....,. he showed the effect "of In other wurrb..1I fattter points of talk weather cancelled
-I .._... .a_141 ...... u.axa held in Rumanian prisons all that aupernstursl equip-' r,*'t, the .vUI.rln' ki th* IU.
h r.Sa.4.e ....1_....
S. r. h....... r,1..... _... m.ntlrun our In v '" n \ ,,\" no 'N. Germ ay (NC)-Six Ruman an-nte lUahopa r ..urn. one UMM .1.! rat roach tIC that 4euehlwt'. .
was arhHuUM to seak on August 27 at the general meetIng
>> In the d
sight < lkt.
fire of whom... aecretly conaecrated by the late Arth MKTIU have been uueut"AmwAld ilk OifclweUIK ) .. ..-.u.c
of ,
fhrn In
c tr+ the Oifhollff Ahonto of Into faker ..
LOUIS W. mEASON the yanfolkka he Ami II I I. Ih* (?ere Ids .U -.1
\ *.... ,.. bishop Gerald P. O'llara before he was expelled from fvanroj for ailiiralurs t. C'Ono retied'' Into the pfctnr nf the IIU& talk was pew of !*.>.. ranrelltxl" JIM to hurrkan .ml ."IuIt,...... A'ea IU rerrttwlM r.nwnl

._a--......e..4S--.t.1... LeR4 Rumania where he was apostolic nuncio until IMO-have template were .ht>** Kvalua-; arrnvrti pf snprrnstiirsf e warnings width. rurtaJUl the trarhrra ronfrrrnr .la Or. idvloraie. at the llnrhU.

ISIS tare-.... -- been held<< prisoner by that nation's communist OYt'rn. lion of personal wnrth from a.uptrnatlmal.tandpant t.tUMi h* wad. We Kate l<> Landis Male I'altenlfy end h4. .,,..-

'-...-----'.-' "wt......_......, anent in Gheria since 1948. ( >'1<>ri"la Calholid. .U |"Ifo. i| t tn puNUh. a rammaryrovidec ,.."... ,rt a hn nr,", ",f .".,.,."l lanl

I PURE AlTAR WINES femly by th*German CathoUtf ., MM lather 1-kr.4, pmwch. M wok | | by Dr, CaktwtU m the subject h* had r'rerr This was reported' here reivMiOTts news agency. KNA. fit Atpnonae Uaruert erne Ttta Hi.U>* arknlar t.*>- -.AlsndaniUrd teatlrr: MtrtiM and function in sehoola.EDI .' .111..Ibm A* I'.r"t' he

Until 'the KNA rel....e wee made IM n-cnn..nt; "A frktl. dwelt. fcf aiatlMS t ATMltM. are .Inure.ial. Ie ewpl...r.d M ,lie '.'.'IIt"III.t'h.

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e R The Florida Catholic Frid r, Sept., 1961
,,, ; .Y a: ,, .
,. -

f t Korona parish to note w 't,, sf Sharing our treasureConvey

,I. I .

: 50th days Y' r'r .. ,. credits
I anniversary a4 .4r, r y i "' '....' t 'JT
', 't .
r.t 'tr Y ;, '

KORONA-Father Diego Conesa !is preparing plan { ,, 4J y'4 vocation to help at N.A.S.WITH .

I for the celebration of the golden Jubilee here of St. Mary 'J ti xx, p py >

I parish, October: 34. He will offer an outdoor Mass at the r w ., i; lu accent on brev '" 1

i I Korona parish cemetery at 10 a.m. on October 3. An eve \14 the pamphlet to ad
r rt
ning of social events is scheduled that Saturday for pa.rUhioners ? 0 A'f .. :t mlrably suited to the reading

I and guests, followed by the principal golden ;'. ,;. hablu of our day Busy with Father 'y' ,,

jubilee event of the celebration, on Sunday morning, October r many thing, we want to get
I 4. ,f, the story In a Jiffy People' John .\.

I --A solemn High Maw will rd al the Kt. Mar)'* hnll from 'trt will pick up a pamphlet but ,rUI'I"nBut

be celebrated on Sunday, 4 p.m. to H p.m, nclulier 3rd, will hesitate about tackling
the followed/ by a I'oll.h Hop.Friend a book. Hence the pamphlet
Deleter> 4, at 11 a.m. at : .
of the In- Y f 4r ideal of kindling
little white wooden church "PMI-IN'I lire 'r is an means
this tiled to Join In the fe"tlraL a persons interest in the
en the busy highway at
I faith. Our bureau of convert since the Church is e>
community midway between Polish
settlers of Korona
research contains such a teaching organization
r many scntlally
Daytona Beach and St, Augun-
honored Our Lady Queen of
;i cases. this means the authority
tin*. Poland when they came to the
teach Christ'struths
luncheon will he served ..!." of Peter to
area 50( years ago, Father The effectiveness of a with Otherwise
after the Sunday Mas, for the Conesa said, pamphlet I In |irking I Intel.e.tIn "the of hell' would
clergy and for civic guest They built the church and the faith l I.. hown In the It.
prevaU against
""Iplb .. Polish acquired property a half mile ; (' >nver..lon of Hugh Marshall
a Where I asked myself, was
Mill IHI south of It for a parish ceme of Jack nntll'e, Florida) nowa
aau iijc tapper a rr t Church the Presbyterian,
PileM of the >11.lon..r"
tery.The when Christ was speaking to
Show community of Catholics Servant. of the Moot"' Holy
sympathy His Apostles! It did not appear
was founded by a group of Trlnll, kindIng! for his due-,
until I960, when John
35 families/ whose country of ._; tnrate at the Catholic I \'Usx.SC: ( ) -The presence : Knox founded it in Scotland,
origin Is Poland. rP .
of two Bishops, nearly P as the U.S, Census Bureau's

100 Priests and a large crowdof They came to Florida from "I was raised a Presb>'te- 1936 religious census indicates

Catholic laymen at the funeral ('b Ira go ares SO year ago, and v. .- clan" related Father Marshall Clearly I was !in a manmade -

of a parish Priest was with them came a Prleat of "and wu active In the Church which has nota

regarded In communist-ruled Pollah background, Father Korona parish to celebrate 50 years' jubilee work of the church I wu vestige of divine authority
Yugoslavia a* a demonstration
Andreas Its
Hnrxyk. first brought into contact for either its teachings or
of for the late
Alojxlje sympathy Cardinal Steplnac, according He{ lived !In a small room at October' first weekend will find High Mass will take place on Sun St. Mary Church has served to re with the teaching of the Catholic existence.

to reports reaching the bark of the church, whenIt the Polish community at Koronain day morning, October 4, at 11 a,m. mind travelers on the busy high- during Church World while War In II.the navy That pamphlet Invited therNder

here was constructed !In 1914 the midst of celebrating the 50th In the little white wooden church way, U.S.1, of their duty in charityto to send for a free
"At the naval air station in of instruction by mall.
The crowd attended the funeral Since 1051, diocesan Priests anniversary of the founding of St pictured. It was built 50 years ago observe the rules of safety as Jacksonville, Florida, I pickedup But since there was a Catholic

of Father Joslp Vrane- have been presiding over the Conesa the who to Korona, they speed between Daytona Bach .
Mary parish. Father Diego by settlers came a pamphlet: "Are You Interested chaplain- Father Arthur
kovle, pastor of the village ofXraslc parish at Korona. Prior to
that time It will offer an outdoor Mass at the from Chicago. For over a quarterof and St. Auguatine. '" published by the Considlne at our Jacksonville
home town of Cardinal was In the care
Steplnac to which he was cf the Redemptorlsts who cemetery, lower photo, on October century, the shrine (pictured) to Confraternity Home Study station, I asked him for

confined from his release came to preach In Florida mission 3 at 10 am. The golden Jubilee St Christor-her on the grounds of Service. 4422 Lindell Blvd, St, Instructions,
Louis, That pamphlet changed
-- -
---- -- --
from prison In 1051 to his In 1920 and established With each lf *on my appreciation .
life It told how the
death In 1000. The Cardinal their headquarters In New Father Patrick O'Connor Ember days are n.y Church wear founded by Christ of he. re.M'nablene...*
"Imprisoned In 1949 follow Smyrna Peach. and beauty of the Faith In
and commissioned teach
fog his conviction by a communist 'ormer' pastors at Korona Sept. 23,25,26 creased.
court on trumped.up have been Invited to join with His truths to all nations.

charges of treason Father Father Conesa and the Polish Vietnam strife's background given ItAh7lHOftR: NC-Checlc "It depicted Him singling Starting with Coda existence -

Vranekovlc was a clone friend Catholics of the communityIn your calendar carefully for out the Apostle Peter and the line of reasoning

cf the Cardinal's. the October celebration. HAIflO.V (;NC) -South Vietnam, !in deadly danger On the first days, from :300 I(( the dates of the three ember saying. Thou art Peter and moved with Inexorable !logic
to 500. On August 2the days this September, because upon this rock I will build to the divinity of Christ, and
from communist subversive has been shaken
a war, again crowd varied from Sooo to It may be wrong. my Church and the gates of His establishment of the

by civil upheaval wearing a religious robe and claiming maybe 30000. According to a Several calendars and directors hell shall not prevail against Church governed by Peter

religious justification. student source, high school \list the ember days as it. and his successors to the present

Before the issues become The site of the projected( .1"natlQnil students were brought in to falling on September 16, 19! 'And I will give thee the day, When I'd finished

more confused than they are, Buddhist pagoda swell the crowds The majority and 19 of this year keys of the kingdom of heaven the course, Father received

j some of the chief factors can where the bonzes made their of university students In The dates according ; and whatever thou shall m Into the Church and gale
correct ,
t tr 1.I* sorted, out by the following strongest attack so far on the Saigon have stayed out of to Father Raymond, H. Mejer bind on earth shall be boundin me my First Holy Communion

questions and answers: government .Is a choice pieceof these demonstrations.Itoes heaven and whatever thou .
HH. an official of hi. Ilsry'rIlfminary
property that the government than loose on earth shall be I was so grateful for the
here, Hc >t.mber
the Halgon HtudenU are |
"'h.t was the purM| )"e of gave: them this year, loooed !In heaven' (Ml 16. gift of Faith that I wanted to
Union andrr whn aaaplceathe 23, U and Z e.
the RuddhUla '
afllallon bjr Some of the students protesting 18-19)). Father Marshall then become a Priest to share It
and aiudeniB against the go*. against the government demonstrations were held Ember days, days of fast. continued his account In this with many others and thus

eminent U Koutli 'Mrtnatn Joined the bonzes on the repreiteal mont of ta. ralrmsty and partial abstinence, occur manner: show my gratitude to Cab
To overthrow the government same site one night during the four times during the liturgical Then words stirred me profoundly The chaplain of the Catholic

by forcing O.n ral Ngu lea August agitation.Were .. ... Acrordtng to student y ar. Traditionally they They showed that students at th. UnU.ralty of
yen Xhanh to mlgn. the leader of the sources, only :30OO: toted :n the have been reckoned! a. the Peter governe:: the Church\ Florida/ fostered( jny vocationto
pro. last elections to choose officers Wednesday, Friday and Sat with divine/ authority. Since the holy Priesthood pleas
I What was the motlif? feeling ataMrnU ander the Influenc for the union. urday following he teat of ChrUt meant Ills Church to pray that with Gods help I
of liuddhM leader. ?
To gain political! power for << St Lucy (Dec, 13)), the first last through the ages it was may share my holy Faith with
(oM RuddhUt bnnse saila
are ambitious section of Buddhists They were According to Sinday of Lent, Pentecost evident that His SUCCWMOTS thousands In the mission

power that they would well Informed sources, clone to itHdrat minority averthrvwthe Sunday and the feast of the must have the same (po"erThl fields of America Father
the student world the slue government Exaltation of the Holy Cross Marshall concludedMEMORIAL
wlel dlrwtly or through generals
At convention dents' political agitation In the"actlrlat" (Sept 14)>)>, .. opened My eye to arr-
or pvlltktana allied to form of the Huddhlit They could, bemuse bonzes However the changes In the oral basis trvlhot the dltln.foundation .

Slater Theresa Frances SS3, left, administrator them.Mhu. politic! agitation. The.tuII..ntJ and Ntudents/ the Far East liturgical calendar promulgated of the CatholicChurch.

of Mercy Medical Center of Orlando and Rioter were Ih real. (l..d..1Ahout feel free to retmrt to can usually operate> from a by Pop John XXIII In It..* rommUnlon. to

Mary Emmanuel SSJ, administrator of Mercy Violence that Hikldhlat" t">nce* 'privileged liuK'twryTM1 August. lt<<<0.changed the September teaih all nation and th. dl.1.I. -
half SKloien bonien, are the two clashes (that enjoy ember days to the sire aalhorlly of Peter .. HoaplUl in Miami study catalogue they' receivedat cannot indulge in without
the thief Ulna the strongly a high degree of> immunity. \\edMwtoy. Friday and Saturday .-cceM>r* to (over* th.
the annual American Association losing/ prtnMlge,
Hospital con
political Thlcn Trl Quang, The formula they used they following the third! Sunday thBirh.DUKESSTEEN.
'vention. The convention was held In Chicago from who was given asylum In the How( many .nlver.ltr "!" wall with swcens In 19X3 to in September The

August 21 to 26. United States emUasy here deal are thera In H lion* bring about the downfall of changes went into effect January
---. ----. from September to November, Prratdent Ngo dlnh Dlem's L UW lUDIR'M NfR HI ", r.l.

ICACH MEMOUAL 1WU. Ahuut Is 11000. when H was the si university 111 regime This time however, Father Meyer, compiler of> o..,w.ti.r M. Ilrrt

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Friday, Sept 4.1064
-- -- -
Sports comment
Poachers toldOpen

child's Value of one star quarterback ;is

eyes t tdI

seen in pro football teams'play
to world of science MI 1 .

ORLANDO_ more thing change Packers No. 2 is Zeke Brat-
Why do we teach TUB
elementary science '
I What should we teach and how should the New York football J... OW.-.K1 and he's been around
we go about it? a while too
Lpes questions were posed and I (1. ,4- GLints the more they stay
answered by Joseph Pier- \VlllUmiglvrs With the dlsmU.--.il of Glynn

In his address to the elementarY.. scienr- _____*_ tMi-her.n_____ _.t. the same. Come what may Griffin, the Giant are left
I Bishop Moore High School t from their sudden flurry of with two pea green rookies to
by devices such as television '
|Den last week. or radio. / deals, trade and t'uu. theyre *\rert'sleM turn to In the raUimiMus! '
Mr. Plerson was a i event Tittle ls violently as
speaker Many decisions in life dead If they d.n'kf'f'I)
[,t the diocesan teachers are point it.iulted, by some SMvage hooligan
based on science. It has be their are quarterback slue
hueetlng which took place l In enemy uniform.
flugust:" 27. on come a matter of growing Im .\. long ... V. .\. Till). rem If old! Onion Skin w.I u In-
Since the portance. ; .. navvy exp in ir ln cll"llt'nllAble
majority of chll- Therefore, Mr. Piemen asked unjlomlcaUjr r'''nitlrteand | his every mo.flf'ct' the
ren will not be scientists flog fade out It's Impo $lble
what shall we teach In 4ti |I.< able la drop h..k In thinking! of the rourh
that la the purpose of elemenIJary to exuggenite the n<','<"vlty of
elementary science: what Isel.mf'nury the packet and throw the
science In the :\ keeping him in one place
schools''Curriculum lrlllg how assay IHKtrmuily now.
science? It is .
? a Ions lethal b. mh, the Unit;
door-opening experience for 'i will he the team to t heal In r\rrllrnl giartenh.k.
I \ft want he Mid. to openklldrea's a child Teachers must be a 14 the elriB tlh l 1..1..". hate Arr..e.tpneel touluMMilly
tOr at I..t Malls
guide to children who hate
eye to the woos ORLANDO
ta>o ..
The hairless xrlljr by the nui h" of acleare.He naturally inquisitive minds. -- --- -- lloudlnl.
though crowding 400. l III .tllllh |>hjr that east today tire hrttrr < WINTER
I continued: Mr. PienoB haled thru Science exhibitionJoseph he it and the way th* thei rKlthfn. tomorrow, PARK

A child lives In s world of methods of teaching elrntBUrjr pro play the game, thi ran tor without rvl|>*rlrn<.e the

IfcUnce. In the morning h. krleare: ri non. a speaker at the School Jacksonville; Sister M. J'atrinaO.S.F. I*. and often U. the itmlnlvefactor. .".,.. Meal .1-..). IM prohlh6Iltelr

[awakens to the buzi of an 1. Increase pupil participa diocesan teachers' meeting which was .. St Paul School, St. Petersburg; Tittle must MCWI Injury .l"rkr
[Electric alarm clock. He tion. Instead of showing a held at Bishop Moore. High School last Slater M. Loretta Francis O.S.K.. St. if the chants are t.) the moot |>n'wl_li.S )<>un( u'.uaD lit:U t.

[Presses for school in clothing: picture, perform an experiment week, U shown giving a demonstration Paul School. St Petersburg; and SisterM. escape a biek ......, In Ms gn. .... "..1'_(. Ynd Lade

rude of synthetic materials. in elementary science to, from the left Georgia trands, OS.K., St. Paul cape. a bawd tht is Intensified You ..*.U.. this whenever sld.1.1...I (.T.1.I ..
|]le_ __Is constantly surrounded 2. Let the t'hlkJreln ro Mrs. Martin J. Callaghan Holy Rosary School, St Petersburg by the rafendsr. Yet. In s roach with a hlg lead or arK C... C..M( a .. o.. sue, TV.
renter or less decree. thin. In C\ J'le3JI
Hand the scientist's ,
problems >|x>lM iWklt tviuhei No.
ORLANDOWINTER In his work. Demonstrate the -- a risk that confront |leas I ami *x
need for each step in a project tlcully every tm In th* often than twit. ten situation '
PARKJIM undertaken. Encyclicals of Pope Paul Pope John leiicue. wanwM. Th 1 lead
The drop in qunlltv trust"
3. Combine science with hrlnka or ten deficit. widens I
other subjects.) (For example: No. 1 qllll'.btlfk to NA 2 Uuniformly The tw
BLAKE Columbus in coming to America said alike in opposing communism I land Hrowns ateefv The t'WveI lmMlve.| On the rotitiarv,
Uwwt the
OFFICE SUPPLYBURNITUR14 encountered scientific may. h* has. underlined th* IndiviwnaaMllty
--- -- --- moat effective
problems ocean currents A.'\)ISI (ISC)-There is no conflict between Pope I'aul >' !ur<-* ami forms that I i rumMnattonIn of taw N... 1 linn' ,

OFFICE SUPPLIES weather etc.; science and VTs condemnation of communism in his first encyclical h. .. yruwn and eUblUhed Krank I Ryan and Jim Ntnowftkl HillVad*. the Ciu< .>KHr's '.

Ml T-J8SJ h.alttIClene.. and social Ecclesiam Suam and the late Pope John X. III'. indicts tI") .."..".. In the count of tent as; the one other about, itetther aa ramp-vt No. I, an \ \ .."-la. tilt 1 1-,

900 Bo. OrlaBdo Are, w.r. studies) tlon in the encyclical. Paccm in Terris, that Catholics tin r It... a question than ofr the genius gsw. XMrnym. |Maer, grts the
4: Use simple equipment might collaborate with communists Italian > .It.l ini lng the atrurtur of Job don with a team tilt,
for experiments so the children has declared an Bishop lh Homan offices anti adapt \.1t la Tllllf, JuhmirI runs as much M It thn ta \

WE ARE NOT THE can feel that it is a part lut.; them to modem heeds, ofKtintitlng HlU. U llH>.. bslsMicwl attack apr* ... reBiMulMttty
of their everyday world. Use Bishop Joseph Cargitter of Dolzaro and Drtaaanone
LARGEST BUT WE TRY pencils spools, pins and pointed out the difficulty of comparing these two encycHcala rnah'n' ( them more Intern- Th ItaHtmor Cotes have .*.l l+>* no more than a,ir

TO BE THE FRIENDLIEST other such materials.Mr. and said Pope Taul'i dealt with general) principles) u..1".nd i of giving th* blab high hopM for that sw aM. quat. .. l h the r*.* with\
Plerson is a representative while Pope John's was concerned with a particular prob. ''>|" nf iK* ..... a concretepr.erkw U'II\ftI't'. fiery Cua, last. Racy Huklrh. wh> has spit'

/4oiO F"'Annum of the D.C. Heath and lem. l le the. Not en o l.II dmonMrsted ablUty U the 10 >**rs In the le s>M withIndlfftreftt
tv'"t Diyid.nd Co., a publishing firm which "Paul VI has expressed! ona and the Chunk'" rondrMB. .... bringing theist la ", at.ahh j" off not hopN. first ,u rf* .
produces the Heath Science lion of error whererer II I U there. moat h! ofifMtHunlty to
as e.e. Itcse Sewl. ewes
general and universal plan !Nor would s!fto>ts t Injury to
Compounded Quarterly Mid play an>t tint_ !Ie only II.
2'f'rIPI.Gary's funnd nitiop Urgllter : a.-r. of the tftl .
what John XXIII I .d e* ae.*narwf'.tm Mart .
expr w In This !.. a rtMMMM fninir- Ntarr mean M>1 e tlrtctl -
Save with Security confronting a particular problem "Hop* John In rBem In III.hop Oar,...... said tNt than when the MtntrwiU find ."n wf treat HV.s rhamDhMMhli >

Duck Inn J anal thought KcrlmtamSuam THrill made a litBUnctton W- of tli* Ccgwtkii *fUM thM....lve., 'In th* shadows amWlkitMb Th Packs
SAVE AT .IVK rs a .UL Yea TUB duM nut mark 'In anyway tweet) the Meal sod UM ayes Holy Offk "will MMtQUbt- a Till. or tift..... IdP rs atta k U aUu. rttvMed between

SECURITY FEDERAL BOAST"I rI': "scar n:4.QOD: AXTWMSBSrk 4'\n' a regression, but continuen tent th* practical Uf. of area tally enter into. th* '..*...1 In a t... _.*... ten. availkhtllty grvuivl and| .It. The

... 04 ..miI1S4 and pursue. the line and the ranilngncla of the adapt I of the rfurm vf the of Isle playa con MMWHth
; lee Or. ... T.nWHEY of John XXIII on the blueprint time and gave a i-ert-Ui" !.. IUIU differenttitwen te.mMIVM

for a constructive dialogue IMUty of cullaburaUua with He .said eteter, did. and. team ,.It"" .. whys BARNES
with the worM" h without ..... B
In certain limits
It that ..
greater 'r. lent
not think the "*ra_4 VatkB. l'lurtttr: ACT
TOU NEED laid.Db romMrg chmrlne and without I Lcdtin ten pmhirtWin ofTH >1.o.IR> ; lae.
< *...k \plUllly ItlVkKINtJ. 'aNbiY1151k
atesbrl Pr1Ittl.w, p GarRttter was speaking ever compromlalng the .f the refutm .f lh. Holy Ufo r.....C'flII\.ftta, t'KU KNTIHATK: *
1ae.l. ? to x urnIUts after giving Interests of fhiiaUanHy question was put' tolltuMy lout *.- <*..(. OrU.4UAr4 Np
)'.. talk Ik* bm will .I'u" sale vt lhrf .
.t..r' Pads. a at the annual __.. of
1'reebi... Yi.rI1..i. Christian Thus t h* uneonrtUkKulcortdemnatWm ..,. ..f the rvrU IB |e....L Parker last winter MIST/
,........ studies at the AaaM
Q of the doctrine. "W are jvut \> nook )utth.e *_*..' stripe renter for a Christian wi P... Sc"-.r." organisation. with the other on >nrrrn*
erSECURrry ORLANDO Npe.klsg ., ........1.. plan* that do not immediate /.In ruteerrM a* In general 1 mcch silt LtWTS.COIIIXTIRMINA7INO
'i AD1'ENTIPI0CotiPA ly touch ikwtrlne. In order to with all. other nMigrrgitionsic The longer th* N*. I QII CO.
/' (r achieve certain Heals ..ndconUfl.'M offl e.. the manner of tilling ..Uvs around, the stare lmtl, .. |_*..I.| ISIS

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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Sept. 4, 1001

Catholic schools called Spaceport parish opens

1 '

I greatest gift to nation !' V4 ,14 1 school with Irish Sisters

(('.Una.! from ,.(. l> their cultivation of children's
will have the erilce of Sinter Intellects leading the youth to converted ao that It can be for children of grades Divine Msrcy's school

Joseph Alary O.P. appreciate "all the reflectionsof lined sm a school until Divine 1 to 8. and another hour has faculty.

the infinite beauty of God," :( Mercy School 1. constructed. been arranged for students of Before leaving Ireland, the

"Sister Joseph Mary has in nature, art, human character )", ,.iII .-,,, ... .' grades 9 to 12. Sisters were presented a gold
been the supervisor for Dominican } There will be five grades De Burgo chalice and a silver
and the Church with Its / The Sisters arrived from
South. We high hope schools to utilize In Sister the majesty:: and its liturgy. r ...,YL. this first year of operation. Galway City, Ireland on Monday tea set by their past pupils.It .

Mentioning previous diocesan w \ Already, 210 students have August 26 at McCoy civilian Is Inscribed: "Presented
talents '
s to help coordinateour
efforts to give the young \ registered and lack of physical jet air terminal near by the past pupils of the

well high as In school the program elementary, as Christian people some art, Father appreciation Danaher of \ .' I facilities will not allow Orlando. the Mercy Sisters Convent of Merrill, Galway Island.to

schools. urged the teachers: ,, for any more attending DI. They were met by Father

Supervisors, said the diocesan I vine Mercy at this time. Molloy, long with John Q. The chalice wan reanimated
Department spokesman "Take every opportunity to ''llJ r Jtl\ j" I Murphy, president of the Divine bjr Cilwar's Bishop Michael
\ All for the 6
: j pupils grades J. Brown
works of
can be a tremendous asset to point out art to your \ \ Jlt Mercy Men's A. oclatlon;
the principals and teachers. little group; explain to them \ ; 7 and 8, along with the over Mr*. Virginia YThltehrad, Bishop Browne is an old

lie laId the T.lucs' and the genius of 'uL : I flow registrants for grades 1 president of the Divine Mercy friend of this Diocese. How
man, which are reflection of to 5 Women's A oclatlon and
"There be education are being transported by ; he feels about the Sisters who(
can no -
where there Isn't solidarity the infinite genius of God. New Sisters from Ireland bus from Merntt Island to other officers of the parish have just left Galway for

of approach from the administration In the schools Father Danaher Our Saviour School at Cocoa organization: :Merritt Island Is summed up.

and the teachers. said, there will continueto Slater M. Basil, Mother M. Cole- way, Ireland are now at Divine Mercy Beach. Father Charles W. All of the Sisters of Brevard In his words, when he was

Supervisors are your helpers. be "a happy balance" between man Sister M. Augustine and Sister in Merritt Island to teach in gradesM. Spellman, pastor of Our Sav. County joined the reception interviewed four years ago by

They are more than happy to intellectual develop. Cyril, Sisters of Mercy from Gal1 to :5 s at the new parish school. iour's. is assisting Father Mot- group to welcome the Galway the NCWC News Ser'.1ce.Bishop .
listen to your problems, to ment and physical education. loy in opening his Cocoa Sisters when they stepped off Browne said

think about them, and to help He stressed that the Catholic Beach classrooms to the little the plane at McCoy. With the "Ireland, mind you. Is a

solve them. philosophy! of education is the Merritt Island parishioners.In delegation was Father John land of just three million peo

He called for respect for determining factor for both/ Diocesan supervisor offers helpto addition to the full.time B. O'Hare. parish Priest of St. pie, yet nowhere on this earth

authority and considerationfor teachers and students in the Catholic school pupils, Mer. Teresa's in Titusville. can you find a country witha
diocesan schools.Handbook. :Itt Island Catholic children Catholic life of such vl-
the rights of others, as and The new Sisters on the
elementary schoolsWeather brance and
high attending public schools will vitality. Despite
enunciated In years gone by, Fit-Ida education scene are adversities
will aidschoollaculfies receive instruction in religion over the years
by the U. S. BUhops. led by Mother M. Coleman.
Ireland has
on Sundays at the Divine more
It it Catholic thinking he reports received about the hurricane at the tailed for the sake of brevity, Mercy temporary school buIld. Three other Sisters, Sister than its share of sons and

stressed, that the law of char middle of the day, August 27, Indicated that it would be but your efforts were praiseworthy Ing. The Confraternity of M Basil Sister M. Augustineand daughters to the Church. .

ity should govern all our relations (Cnll/.... l'... ,... U best for the teachers' conference In Orlando to be cur. nevertheless.The Christian Doctrine catechetical Sister M. Cyril are in the "Ireland Is proud of giving

with not only our Immediate datory in each of our schools, tailed. Officials of the Department of Education accord card classes for them will be pioneer_. band at Merritt Is these exports to the Church.
report may require -
and the -- ----
fellow supervisor wlU
our expect ---o' -
ingly dismissed all the diocesan teachers who had word of
assembled a explanation
citizens, but with the family each teacher to have a guidein
ef nations. the classroom when she at St. Charles Church from 10 o'clock through the .1..0.|. ION will find that n.r,.
Archbishop's Mass at noon. thing hall been done to alm
Father Danaher asked the visits the school.
and reduce the work
school teachers to continueShakospearo Two more slrp ve have The afternoon speeches were cancelled. Here, In summary load pUll of the teachrr. .

'" ,,,u,,,,,,,,''''\,"",,, taken are, I think all will was what Sister Mary Damian S.S.J., a diocesan .' ," t

agree, educationally correct supervisor, had planned to say last week. The Information marks Space of Is academic provided subjects for the ,, "a.I... : '

aa well aa economically adtl- is Important to all the elementary schools, it was only. Nonacademic marks ,. '

In line with our drive for aablei; namely, we will have said by Father Mortimer Danaher... director_ -____ nf__ schools. such as for conduct, have ,, "1'.1- .
culture! for the foimatlon of dloceann report card for the .
It Is welcome been dealt with > : .
my pleasure to separately.As ; : ,( : :
(lirUlInn character, and to elementary achool and also a ;year, and after a ;year of vlilt-
communicate a greater appreciation diocesan diploma for both elementary I again the principals of Ing with you I feel that we explained In the hand ,.. r "'- ;'- ': -" '
I our elementary schools, some book the for midterm / } : ; :>: .' .
schools space '. ;:
of beauty In our young and high now have a common bond between : ", ,1 :,, ';,'i' ," c,
of whom ,
were present at our examination marks has been "
people, the Archbishop bat school. us, a striving for the 'f"f'
meeting last year, and some omitted. This mark Is to be ..
naked that one of the Shaker same goals of education which : "i"Floridians
Details about the diplomas who have come to us from ;;
pearean play .be performed will achieve for us that high averaged in with the third six '
will be mailed to you. various parts of this country weeks mark. Only the final r
In each one of the school th!. standard we ail desire.
year commemorating the The report cards will be and abroad-to all of you a With us today is someone average at the end of the year

400th anniversary of that available for purchase Imm.. hearty welcome. I see many whom I am sure, will provea need be placed on the card. in St. Louis
diately after the principals' faces which are familiar to me In the curriculum
great playwright. great help in the Diocese ,
Drama, art and literature meeting.DEIHL. now which were strange last this I year- Sister Josephblary you will notice that a new Joseph Cardinal Ritter, Archblahop P. Redmond, Father Bernard F. Ditt.

ennoble the soil and give a a ouster 01 the Adrian device has been added for of St. Louis, took a moment last week man who is secretary of the diocesanto

challenge to youth. Dominicans. She Is also a grades four through eight It greet this group of St. Augustine Liturgical Commission, Father Francis

Father Mortimer Danaher community supervisor and Is called the "Five-Minuter." diocesan Priests who went to St. Louis X. J, Smith, Father David OShea and

t* teacher .f the dloceaanchool will Join our educational staff At the request of your dl. to attend the 25th annual Liturgical Father John Bluett.
system at Orlando as a diocesan supervisor primarily ocesan education department
Week (from left) : Father Lawrence
A.l..t XT, IM4. iw for the high schools this plan is to be followed

dally during the English
."""u", \U"""""""" she will aloo a.lt with the pe
riod.It. Paul VIUrges
elementary school. Hitler Joph > Pope

'JACKSONYILLERELIGIOUS ... Mary, w* welcome yon, con.UU In hating all I

and I know yow will enjoy) ta I working' with, th.M good principal .. en iiMl 1.*" topt for fl,. choice of teaching career
BOOK an much n* 1 did daring Mlaafe' This' I I" to enahl our

& GIFT SHOP the pact year. '(.dent* to become proficient CASTELGANDOLFO (NC-Pope) Paul VI has urged lion to contribute to the ..n.

..rvln.. th. Jttknnrfll. iraST4TI At this time, I personallywish writer tallied I. the art of that young people be encouraged to become teacherseven being of the national life witha

noon us__ MIUrniriritk .0.*...* to commend all of our rommnnlcallon. though teaching is not as well paid as other pro' sense of responsibility, they

Anr .* principals for the great work Another recommendation at fessions. certainly cannot remain Insensible -

Insist run KINO taint nAU..t. they are doing and especiallyfor you heard this morning (U the said that or Inert In the fact
.* awe a lt.enn.qIt.U The Pope teaching "always remains, as (St- of new Immense and decisive
their devotion to duty, at
-- teaching of the Shakespeareanplays
Ord ri MIU4Phone John) Chrysostom' says, the 'art of arts,' the highly noble scholairtlc problems. As citizens
times under trying circumstances. In the elementary
721-OASS() upper choice of who wishes to give his life the value of and
one a
Arrange meeting Your kindness to mon grades, namely the seventh more exactly ss

the occasion' of my visits and eighth grades This is by spiritual mission." facing schools) the Pope said Catholics they must be deep
Father Mortimer Danaher diocesan director of ly Interested in such prob
was greatly appreciated.I of commemoration of the
Patronlie th... .Jvertiien$ wb. way Pope Paul was speakinglast
schools, arranged for teachers of the Diocese to managed to visit 60 of 400th anniversary of the great week to participants In a "If Catholics have an obliga lems.

Support your Catholic Paper meet lut week in Orlando. He was helped In planning our 73 grade schools, and English: dramatist, William convention on the pastoral

the program by Sister Mary Damian S.S.J., might have finished the tour Shakespeare. We would welcome ministry and secondaryschools SARASOTABRADENTON58ar

left, and Sister Joseph Mary O.P., diocesan super except that we wanted to some publicity in the dl. organized' in Rome by
MCKSONVULt! FINEST visors start work on the handbook ocean newspaper on this the catechetical office of the
ThunderbirdMSTAUIANT and guides so that you might project when you undertake Italian Catholic Action organ
HNS rally dateOltl.xnost. have them for this year it. ization.

_._a.. James However- I hope that with the The teaching of Florida hU-& witt < gnr ;
occasion. be aid
ncoNO-cA$ help of our new supervisor, and d.....
Church here ha scheduledthe tory geography was
Strving "gives us the opportunity of
} we will be able to visit everyone cussed last year and at present SARASOTA'S ORIGINAL RAW IARI
*.. 399 r 11 a.m. Maw on Sunday, of this encouraging scholastic vocations

STEAKSSEAFOODS- qj t M.kM. ,.Mir... ... September 20. for the Holy Today you I am year.happy and we for are your working use. However on something whether they be of Religious I mile south" ef Stidney Point Road MI South Tral (U.s,41))
Name of the Central
ft* *4r.9 .It* t. Q. .***uu..iOu men prowl) to say, you will be able It will not be available for or lay people. How "You'l love ear Se.food"
.otl .._ ..... IVanery.Members many young spirits are
M*-uU lMt to take home with you c plee INFORMAL INEXPENSIVE
PRIME time and would
RIBS Joseph MareRe, Mgr from 90 parishes of the handbook which was some yet we searching for an Ideal to s.i"9 free II A. M. PSonei 24-t2
art expected to register at the ask you to continue as you .
which will
353-7419, ene a purpose
t such an urgent need, the rurr'.rulum
have In the .
downtown Orlando church pad.
MCKSONVUI. FLORIDA 214 W. Fenyth St. guides, and the report nil their liven worthily. a way
starting at 10 am on the Finally, I wish you a very to offer society thoughts and
third Sunday of this month. The committee worked hart successful and profitable strength which will renew itssentiments FUNERAL HOME SHANNON

Father Terence J, Farrelly on the handbook and they d.. school: year. We will also be culture and moral
hat MM the rally meeting looking forward to receiving BRADENTON-SARASOTA
EA'STER'LI'N'G nerve.<< great thanks for their
'P-HARMACY ..-11I1 be held' In the new KofC your suggestion for revteing vigor.We
efforts. The schools which shmiM like la exhort
hall on Fast Colonial A\'tnu.o., the handbook next year amt Strvlc For 61 I Years
...!..... rna.enlrrlos esa111n participated In compiling' the these spirit, ready for great
..... c....... ttsn. sad ..-- .....-.... trust you will send them In to
,... ft.i..c ........r a........ .s4 sale ear curriculum guide are aka tot b* early. UwugKts ami for humble sac-
I... ....... ..., ar ...".. .1111 ,R ED'A1'00 'S e commended fee their work. rifle**, to reflect on whether
sus .--. a. t"..... You may find however, that. school teaching U not for
.. w surtatave. ....wr.a.. ... Protest GRIFFITH-CUNE FUNERAL HOME
lobe of your data was cur them a call a raUstaei. that

\IK\M NO) IfthaMtants ran fill their live with the AMIULANCE SERVICE

Priests killed in UoravtaOttrau.CwchtMlovakl Indeed monotenau' and modet -
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norm.\ II.I.K <%l') *, Including eiereW of leaching but ANNA MARIA CLANO- 4000 Mere Drive
sum members of the corn* at the came tune fin It to
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STEAKSp..s White Father awl aftla' preteted' the recent removal jay ef awak.edsg
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name) Cl.egrtae Vilest have
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and demanded return to
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AlbertvttW. ae* rJKg to a*.. their former pmrts. "
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reaching her*. Ime.ttwahie merit ol ,...._ Sarasota County
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nfTV : )t.4wcti. Apnse.llernrto t,. of Uw UtaMty at IMucaUMI .

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