The Florida Catholic
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1964
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
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issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00037
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
Preceded by: Voice (Miami, Fla.)

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tCatholtc y Cathedral renovation; marKs


coming of Quadricentennial

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ST. Al'GVSTINK: One wrr '\
year before the anniversaryof \
the founding of this na 't\
__ ":01. XXV; No. 46 Orlando, Florida, FrIday September 11, 191 lOt lion's oldest city and pariah ,
here the Diocese of St Au-
guatine marked the beginning t
of the restoration and I I
renovation of the Cathedral | -4 t'I
Bring in one convert a of St Augustine: ; AS,7
Monsignor' John P.'
Bums. Cathedra" ] pastor I _

welcomed I and laypeopie diatinlUlahdfitI'D" to the _. s: 'Ii!i Si' Sr S- !

year, Archbishop asks extension breaking the eve of of of ground the the Cathedralon 399th for anniversary the : ._ r !

During the past summer Confraternity of Christian villa and Cocoa Beach areas.I of the founded t
date. .
city was
Doctrine classes have been conducted for teachers and mler the dlrevtion of Mon- 8 1565. _
I on September :
fishers in eight different areas of the Diocese. Thes signor Harold F Jordan Cathedral purUh and dtoo- .
courses have been attended by almost 1000 zealous Cath three group of Steters--Sisters Man adornment of the walls ; ; ., I
o ll cs f rem practicaily all of of Chrt tUn Doctrine inside the historic church bv
the parishes. The dloce'an progr im cov. Yt torY Noll. niters, and MU. fan this seek In anticipation I.
I In a letter to the diocesan erect the Daytona Bearh. St. .','n Helpers of the &icmlHeart *>f the Quadricvnlennlal. rvlfbratlon
Petersburg, DunetUn -conducted' the Inttn _
Tampa -
pastors Archbfohop of next
Josephj .. .. .. year
: Orlando 4araata T. kr n. r' e Irirln' courses.i. .
-. ituney Bald in summary or ww The Cathedral 1 li a building I I i&r .,
the summer series i'J foremuKt among America's __ _
Our purpose in promoting sacred shrine It presides
then cusses was" to familiarIze o\er the pUoe where the
all our Priests and people Church first rsl.ed .lu hand
with the method of the Con In tienedlrtlon over this ami.( .
fraternity. I know of no tt" This ".....'* blessing of the
ter practical way to carry out ground In bard! of the Cath>
the purpose of the ecumenical 1 tlral.- "here the sanctuarywill P '4
council than by an active, be extended was led byIunalpll'
tealous quest of souls In each ) William Mullally.;
parUh according to the method junior of St Paul parish Day _
of the Confraternity of tone Heath, mho U the dean] t
Christian Doctrine. of the clergy In the Diocese.i '1 '
The Archbishop continued' : Commenting oirtk* algnlfW 0
*l warmly recommend that ace of the occasion, Mon)l4 I Iimor
you make your a Confraternity UulUtty. said that the] \
parish and that you propone restoration of the Cathedral
to your parishioners the has "1..." In the planning for
goal of one convert to the 2':> years or more lie aid: V
Church each year." The >fliers tie Cathedral IIi
At the opening of the summer will continue fur many years
program.' Archbishop to bring Christian light t<, ,
Hurley commented' : Florida aDd the nation. Men ,
Thene courses form part honor themselves when hey -

of our apontollc plan to reorganize decorate' a Cathedral' for they At Cathedral l of St. Augustine I
our pariah structure gibe Increase to the beauty

.o that it will be better able and the splendor. of the lightof Parishes of the Diocese nlne4' MtroUlF Jordan X I. PrlltctrSr.Father !hymns In the church Sister Mary

to meet the demand of the Christ with c.th..Sralllllrlah| last Sunday Thomas J,, CautfkM Father firnrK dlr.ttl'the! choir during
of I IRk
to apontoUte bent you Mat salt./pale .M during the blessing of ground for Thomas McUran( aivl FatherDavkl the ).1.... The organ was played by
own personal
efforts put your behind them." ,..n-...... .(..u keel) beast fcyHf4 the renovation of the Cathedral 0 Shea, Cerrmonlcs, outsklefolUnve Xllss Mary Catherine Murphy The

The... couriei included the NfTt alal,.....a1. MMMllM sial.lale4wtl M.kUllf Monsignor John P< Hunts the Ca. .1| the Missa lUcltata cele choir director also led the rnngrs
cttechUt training course At Bishop KennyFather w...t... thedral pastor stood by Monsignor' brstetl by Monalgnor Ituma In the K tk>n ouUl-ie In singing of rell
"which itremed' the current William J. ).Iul1*Uy PJC. as he In- Cathedral The main body) o( the glints anti patriot hymn. 'I'b.c.U'ral .

treads In modern catechetkn; ha M McOU. vlce-prrsblent of Blah-. Iniplrwl by the lljht of 'coked God's blessing, %above on church was filled with cbtUlren \ altar buyi welt In the
?the N..rt fLaher.wUl courMt,and and apostle tN CCO of .' '. op ,Kenny lli l.,..hooM Jacksonville, fillet...' Christ Ihelr'leaut,. :: thwr' J"=!.ana***..aidendn tnrr Me.<*iv*.* ,Oath dr*li.xUn k>n plans In the from St. Joseph. Academy' "athfl- procession from church} to grounds
Thomas of the school, and Father 0 + ; Uckground.mm "'0. were l.U..,', sire Psrtah" anti AI.'Agnep.heOI& ;'Mf A/KJuwaa. Ij
L erec,live board course.. ,,_.... Joseph principal he amid TtiU light U what v :, bLurry:' truss, *
TM liUng.courM were Uortimcr Danaher the high school's president '. .|VM ....11.I <... the ll.'hl for Michael' V. Gannon. fMal6hOr who .*.rav.- I..ha .rIn ++prtr'. -set.... -sane-... tmtmrffi,.! *waW, S.*., *-
.Jhfc'UIf'd! for the purpose of are standing in front of the new science all i mankind and make* smaller
akUnn both patori and parUHionrrt wing which has been added to the girls' school. churches dear, fur they all C'hriat.on... ,light. from them Muilsliy prayed IMai. |ihtin bih tu U.rttaUinur. Mulblly" for IK. Knlshls& of CulumbiutMMM.il. .4 j
toward a complete --- - -- .. hiM forth the Word XConcelebration make the Mghwuy. Mfhter tlwlst tnom thenukl I.thwlatl, ri>|>.Meiilln, She .h.h..llwp Ford /'kvkLs. .
utilization of parish ..orghnlMtlon for those who" Iran after ." chino .. .Mit* .IMl a t'" ,Site tlC.<..*l<.lfl$.1If. t slheilrisl pariah' salt. Monttgnnr -
them.ThroMthuul ..dy >. .nd ,.... M i.uUt phew nmct.iiillewn 'cII. +r
Massto .. renturhM p..t, SM.Mn* fwili M wen anuki I', te.ta "* the I*....., lh* Itfelty" tn the iteih.pa and
Rally date nears this Light hM been ref l.cl.din in ttNira.. ami faith, t N1./era.t to J ve,4| _..M H**. PrlMM sad t. the MiUrs. whip
the' live of hr,*.. M4mia moat pTMttMM' 'hi.... in UfMnnsffmr .....>.i. In M. "...... KMTly ate reedy. to SMM the etvrgyto
for Holy Name men council session and 1M"',''."' Hum Instal.IM a _I.y, VartmM rttafi" every way pmaiMe, .*...
of Central Deanery open 'In mm lulling. M......,..- lh'nk. irf i 4iAMtral par tIt_inttatlnna r.itra.ed sail rtslly In 'He wmg fl( atttMia

ISM s/ tM youth The Cth
OKL.IMM) Men ut tN VATICAN CITY (NC-The) third session of Ole ec- hltwat> degree the itntay t>t Oldest ttrsl. reiN nrt.f| the p4lnr. t I.
Mission tradition
holy Name Soriette' throughout ummkal council will open on September 14 with To|* the Priesthood: In the White bringsnew the M4Mr viMirth of the in.I \\ot
the Central Florida area Paul VI and 21 council Fathers from many nations and' and ,*imulune are completing plant to attend continents Mass leg he M rtfke tit the Wand .. ah* w4wiwuM li. help' DC the
celebrating.t together at the papal altar Priests to See for
the fall. rally here onfciiivlay in St Peter's basilica. In this prilet. Ur rae, City Mass ether ,.,.*.... 'In t fie Imjwe.Uni .
September 20. stltutt 'n the tJlurgy appr the unity In the eptaa.pel. .l wnrh ftf s Each of aucne 30 ptrUhe* Vatican Rllu sld that thevnceletiraUon ";c|** KT. AUifHTlM: Four newly ordalnej Ii-last. offered N "..I,,,.., Rt.1M ee.4. t Owlf.l .. "Mft uh* 4/11ttt
.comprUlng the UN Central a II' i'gi, : 1 .,:TC I arson last. l Ito- The So.i.sl l akar. tt *., Mlmsgnlflcent- their first f&Ml'1l1n the Hucec,* on jXcmbrr 1.., as J. ""I rent', "tsUblr"t! N!. anniver...ry. .f It. A".tIlMl.W"'I" .
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........ S The Florida Catholic Friday Sept IT, I9i

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Reports '" ". .. '6': r'"t. ., ',... :,r
: .. \ .... 11!:: Staff member returnsto
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Gulf port Delandst. I ict IIrJI r1 ""\1l j Tampa Charities

Holy Name Peter : t. ; ''t IIDI

The: Women's Club of Holy The Sacred Heart Circle of : "

Name parish is preparing a st. Peter)Rosary-Altar! Society II \\"II!" ,II 0111 -"-' T.UIP.The Catholic
schedule of events for the completed plans' for a dessert ;, j! \\1 .! 1? 2.= Charities Bureau of Tampa, t

coming >far Included In their card party! to be held at St. I i 1" ,a J announces the return of Miss ro
plans are September 13, a pan. Peter parish hall. North I>la- J
cake Jamboree tp0 r'VClal' ware Avenue, on September 111111111 l Georgia Jaynes to Its staff

hall after all MASHCS; Sf'PJY 22 at 1 pm..Donation 1 I 'II'I' after two years of educationalleave
wilt I*) one dollar the Catholl University
ber 16, the OC6hr\el ,TfdtlIAgency J I" at
will present4 prft: per:.person. AH members andpemera of America in Washington "

gram showing short travel! to the pariah are : D.C.l1s. .
films; October 13, a rummage hnried.} Tickets are now avail. ,
sale will be held at lit Avenue abfo from the members of the 'it-n' ) Jaynen a graduate of

North, Gulfport; October Circle. Serving as chairmanfor the Florida State University

28, a Day of Recollection: this event is Mrs.[ Paul school of social work, received
der Father Leo Gorman, all Thomas with Mr.. John Tea 1'
the degree of master of
parishes are Invited. Tenta ger as C oChalrman.A "
tive plans were made for t a recent meeting of the social work at ceremonies in

other events and as the detail St. Teresa Circle of the Ros Washington on June 7 She

are formulated they will be ary.Altar Society of St. Peter \ ,, was employed at Tampa

reported. parish, two hundred tolls iI' I 1V ,,- Catholic Charities for 14
were distributed to the members "
Pinellat Park tobe: dressed for the Ioot months before beginning

Sacred Heart annual parish fall festival. iIo., graduate study Mi.a Georgia J"oes
The Sunday Mass. sthedul 'T> ',' .
Mrs.' Michael[ Baldauff, a '
Miss born in
4 Jaynes was
of Sacred Heart Church hat member of the n.wlylormed < : ..... Center to the children and
Boston, Massachusetts, Her
been changed to the follow. !
house Committee of St. I'etel"Church ., their parents.
ing: 6, 730: 0, 1030: and 12 announced that a ..... "'"" / -.I ,... -... parents, Mr and Mrs. Hurley Catholic Charities Is a Unit.
noon. turkey dinner will be given _'-_n_.. _:.m\_ \ ____-_ ... '" 11 ..........,;., J.; E. Jaynes reside In Eau Gallic. ed Fund agency It Is licensed
and are members of the Ascenalon
St. Leo on September 20 sponsored for child pUclng. Offices are

st. Leo Abbey Jointly by the Ro.al7.AltarSuel.tY' St. Raphael School starts first year brother pariah, Ralph theie Edward Her located a101 N. MacDUl
and the Holy Name
Drother Oblate Jean Simard catcd! at 1376 Snell Isle Boulevard, Jayneii, U a senior at the Avenue, Tampa.
Society of the parish in the St. Raphael School opened for J Weinheimer, The children are
OSIi. left here on September Florida State University,
7 to join Father Damlan, pariah hall the first time on September 1 with pictured on opening day at the Snell Isle, St. Petersburg.

Father Juan, Brother Joseph The St. There Circle will a Maa offered by Father William new school structure which la lo- Miss Jayn,,' work with St. Petersburg
be bake sale
and Brother Raymond In sponsoring a on Catholic Charities Includesthe

humampa; Santiago del Es- September 13. y study and supervision of
1. uNr St. Raphael'sMass homes and the
tero, Argentina where the Titusville I adoptive study
of foster
and supervision ALPINE
Florida Benedictines are attempting
St. Tcmw homes. She will aLto be offering .
a South American Mrs henry, P. Courtemanthe r d } i avWl:1: opens casework services at The all nw NursIng Home
I'ounl1 tlon. / for the finest 'In
has announced that hat Nurtmj
a Christ Child
the newly opened
Brother Jean came to Saint school Horn C.r*.
sale fit TereaaWoman's
sponsored by new
Len on April 9, I960 He Is a 867-o573
Club will be held in
citizen of Canada and 'was 3456 21 ht Av. South
the old convent on September NT. PKTt:RHBl'IU) Father Holy Name Church
turn at Lao Aux .
IS from 2 to 8 p.m. and September William J. Welnhelmer
I'ortneuf, Quebec, on
County 19 from 10 aim to ep.m. I'ifI'! ,'ft'j opened the new St. Raphael JACKSON'SSHOES
November 24, 1021 He was in
Coffee and cookies will .. 9 ft. School here on September 1 Edouard C. Craig
the Royal Canadian Air Force p1
be served. If there are any '''t t M dArvIH with the celebration of Mass Contractor and Distributor
from 1939 to 1913.Deadlines
hats remaining, they will t* .' at 813; : o'clock. The school
"" "''''''''" '"\\,,\"'U,," sold after the Masses on Sun : ./ : opened with a staff of lay DON BARDELLA for
under the supervision Viloit Metal?. Csrsmleand
.t L; teachers M.II'9tr
day.Winter ; I of the Meu7 Tfl.s
tees ..... ,... "*1 ....... Park ", \ There are paator.approximately 441 central! A'It., 162.1311 1744th St. So. 347-410!
.h.... ..l.h "'I' rtorM rNa
,." ." ... .. !.... .. .. ... .
.. ur. .A. 14..a '
Saint Margaret Mary[ Wom kindergarten and grade. one
NII.e. Vela.IN .e..4. Its i ,
.. .... ,.\1..... .,.. !..... en's Guild will have its an r t fl ; .1J through eight Rt. Ju IIO'lal"on r 1 sry-at nine-classroom two DRUGS
nual "g.t acqualnted The
""" "'" ""\''''''\"" +
Thur.day'tnlnlf, September t story building constructed by First Federal Shopping Center
17, from 7 to 0 at the ,. a 1:1 A the Knob company, Is one of 347- 141 FREE DELIVERY

iiSt. Petersburg new pariah center, 1C1 Swope the new schools this year in 870.49th No. St. Petersburg Florida
Avenue Winter Park. All p the Diocese of St. Augustine gAII Green Stamp Doable for Pl'elCl'lptJoae
rr. women of the parish are Invited First faculty members are:
to meet the Guild officers Miss Elizabeth Sabatht',

and members, and learn N.' principal; Mrs. Marlon Kelley, ROBINSON INSURANCE AGENCY
.. about the guild projects. Mrs. 1 c' l r te+ vt Mrs. Dorothy Phelps, Mrs,
Clarence Braungart, presidentof Mary Glynn Mrs. Allene JOHN H. RAFFTERY
the Guild will receive Mrs Ronald Libert fJ
Contain. ;
3113 Central! Ave. Telephone
guesta at the door Mrs. Paula Folhamus Mtaa

. / !: LouUe Wsrner,K,llog and MUs Kay St. Petersburg" I42-2HI

St. F.trnfM fheie *oV rtiWt; who

'464S 9rh Sheet Menu support your' C.tHol!. fsper :...sa c ,j't.s ill Portuguese used HOLY NAME PARISH

-_ C.\ST UTANDOLF'O, lt.lyon
St. Petersburg academy rope raw VI gar a GULFPORT DRUGS

J, Ue IslUrdrstidtnt Notre Dame Academy In st. Pctm lame alxe as the original structure. brief talk to In their own Ian-
Kuag roo Portuguese QYalyretx sfyency/
burg .la growing with Its enrollment Notre Dame Academy .Is staffed by the tors he receded In audience

The Academy which now accomodatra School Sister of Notre Dame. last week and told them he Your Neighborhood DruqgiiH S.lf.Service

1orrv 300 girls la adding a new wing the hoped their nation's great Phone 5009 Lakeview Avenue
Catholic past will be an Inspiration .
.. to modem Portugal, Gulfport
a1 NOON sal: Addition to Notre Dame I 30 Mi sate Frt* Delivery Top Value Stamps

... sr."M..T..earee*... a 0.11 MS.eaatr T.I .. doubles Academy unit Coming events
.*tit* TM. *.. ... iBMtM kr STB to. ,..uC'. this ...... .... ...... ".."''' _1.& _..... ... ...... CALL."ny tim FREE Z4-HOUR
N u... .... I..1 las,... A'.,_ ...... N ..ed. .
wasp of ,
ST. Prrril.snultll-School: Slater of Notre Dame .1a .. -...... d.y. night Ambulance Service

Eugene Mwllee'a have resumed classes for girla' of Greater St. Petersburg Rummage sale September Peasant card party, September community service offers: Trained

Dining Room attending Notre Dame Academy here. The glrla' achool 10, 11, 12, 9 ..m.. Old Sears 23. 1 p m.. St Peter parish 4S.This Oxygen Equipped Ambu
Hulldlnr. SMnford, Catholic hall, I1rLanri. Anywhere In City Without
....*** offering a complete high school course, accommodates the Sacred Heart
_. 'en'" enrollment of 300 now registered. Occupancy in November \Vom.n'. flub, Church of the Circle of the RonaryAlur Society 342.8821 obligation.

O JAMES HOTEL of the new addition to the classroom building will bea 'Nativity Pancake Lake Jamboree' Mary,, sponsor Septenv spnnsor. St. ,.twaburg. C. E. PREVATT MEMORIAL

....... u...... ...-... 1'''''' ... large step forward In the her 13, after all Masses, Holy Dessert card party, Septenvtwr HoHda I lOI.PtK St. No HOME.
Denis soil W,
c....... C--... John SIMer Mary 1 p.m.. Social Hall.
...... ........ ... ..*.*| .__.. expansion of the young Sister Mary LouU" Name parl.h hall Gulfpurt. Tr.nanIC\lt'lUOQ parish, \\omen -
.... ." .AII, n... To the went of the exUUng Women'a Club spunur. 's Guild sponsor.
Cell BI4..Tr... ir. |iU'4 IMt.autlIB school Pariah picnic September
butUInL the new wing u
Roast turkey dinner
The ww wing now under ( 13. 110 3 PJBU Gladden )'ark. Sp Cost Free
npldl1 approaching compl.(" Umber 2ft S
per pariah hall,,
ronitrurtlun Is the wm Mae tkm. 3iXh Avenue. Ii,. Petersburg.
8U Peter
Church. DcUnd,
as the original structure ami.. Facing on Oth Avn\te TrstunxursOon Women'a Raury"Altar Society and I CheckingAccounts

when mipll.. will provide North Nfl*re Item Academe irotnfiMed Guild. sponsor. holy Name' Society, sponsors. w
Not Dame Academy with 93 1 phase is sjrmiwirl. Gel ecquelnted suclaL Sep
Fall festival, (x'1ob.rnoun. a, gn
rooms eel stint a central' malt 'IIIitb Umber It 7 to 9 p.M. Parish
: asii *" craw the. two fUixroom !Millin"nt.tMtiaf Center. Iftl S.t>p* Avenue. Church grounds of UMCbunh :
rat Y eeii '*umt te..reee. / EaU.r .......... 1.eiur, >W fret to tM east Winter Park. BU Margaret *'.e. MMNMetMCURK'S Catholic WOIMBS Club.
prwMesl tushep rUrrjrII and th* Mine H.tanr. In the MaryVotnn's Guild spoo

Ire btMdsele 6i SI, 1'-1. alac+e IW Ilk HrkMl fur here, .'U' ***t Th imposing south f- Dew. spunorO THE NATIONAL BANK
rent I* >.." Hare .tredery. ..*.,. It dMHtcuUrMHl hr the c.nMl dish supper. Rep .fcJro.. Juhlle.. St Man r
DRAKE SERVICI ln fr*Ur. ever Ik* (Irwith .' ferlhty seeping white eoneret timber IT. 7 PJ-. pariah hall parish. Keen: October 3-4; OF ST. KTERSKJRG, flORIDA
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faculty 10 Ujr le w.b.n aiM l fUl*>L (TbMMSMUml Msdd.n of Theresa pAriah toe ;
these Klstr of !N tr. IVinH UTtM the asv.ilteet) tun. September IV ant, 19 Ottut.rOInt 4.
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Florida ReportsSt.

The Women Guild of
Transfiguration parish held!
I Its first meeting of the full
season recently Vt tins time
the teachers from Transfiguration : .
School were guests and
the mothers were given the
opportunity of meeting them.
The guest 'I@ftitfr| for the
evening wan' Lieutenant Sew
I Iii a ler, from the Youth Aid IUi-
eau of the St. Peter,burC!
Police Department who" spokeon

i the problems of youth.
It "U" announced t by Mr .
Il la a so.
r a r \\'till.\\m llemlerson, chair:
man that a desert! cant party
Ir I tr
r + will N held Saturd.iv. Peptembcr : -
20. In the IM.I lit,! hall
at. 1 p m. and will have m ft
theme '*ea fantiuy TukcMrr.

.!IT purchased in atl.inre
by oiling! either Mrs. frank
New wing houses Tampa Catholic seniors ., 1 1// Hi'14> at S3MMH1 or Mrs.Ceraul .

7e Tschklerer at 3IT1IJJ
Monsignor John F. Scully, right, coast academy, welcome students senior d..... The new classroom --- -- -- -- -- or tickets my be> purch.itr.l

president of Tampa Catholic High to the high school which will pro. building It in the background. Citizen remembers early days at the ikior. The donation Is
School and Sister Ann Bernard vide extended activities in the two fl 1

OP. left, principal of the west new buildings for the school's first Monsignor William J Mullally P.A. above. from left are Monsignor Mu). Everyone U Incited) and all
I left, who spent last Sunday morning lally, Mrs Josephine Pellicer and son are aknl to pi.... bring their
In St Augustine to break ground for X I.. PellicerSr. with Monsignor JohnP own teed

Tampa Catholic High Queen of Martyrs opens the Cathedral restoration, renewed ac Hums Cathedral pastor Mrs.. Pel asked Mn.thttt Harry.ll 'type'''<
quaintanceship with a tl6- -old real hoer has lived under the administration
year artk" ....1) clothing N- an..1|
School shows growthTampa four grades in Sarasota dent of the oldest pariah Pictured of every Hihop of this Diocese.TVMI'A for a runsMi. ante which l is

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Catholic High School began its third year withan S.\R.\SOTA-Our Lady Queen of Martyrs School Thanks for aid In Tampa
Increase: in enrollment of 100 students and two new Sarasota opened this month for four grades, located at
buildings near completion. The first class of Seniors will 8601 Pennsylvania! AVenue adjacent to the parish church. I IN/ la.trU (NO-Arch, I

graduate this year. Father Joseph P. Moran and his parishioners have openedthe Id-h"l p Jateph KlwM'uka of St. Patrick's adds classrooms

Six members of the faculty: hold masters degrees and school welcoming on the faculty three School Sisters r ..1..I.. |.... NM thank..i iF
.".fee h eve .dtot_. of St. Francis <,*h"p Kr;ns laun fof 01 Unsf
,, ChtMrrn attending .ml Si.irr tram il" >*..irMissionary | The new building has l rrassu "
concerted Into a biology The School Franciscans are t the .help of Uw OaUwUcst
of Cathode eduea! ..
provision 7.Ltli.r. ( the flmirs through. It
headed by Sister Lurell. >>( this. as>.. St. Patrick SchoolIn
ten for their ,outh. Hatred' llMrt ni\nl IMO f fat'commu.l.&l.is ,';o thltOrett >
new mutts purpose! principal They will reside Ina IK Cathattw nf UlH hove Tampa returned thisjrar .uf .
years ash> to | the Ill
will serve as audito convent In NShltfleld Estates Eventually the new Sari- Nn alcUtla' arcM*>x... of .
Patrick fehowlThU Pour more r.m. v< ill la .
IOta school will have eight to lasses to find a
and cafeteria and will until the '_ ,
pariah convent torny )111I" Austrian .. ,
facilities for drama Is built. ctamnwins seating :AM pupils tap and (girls rolW>ct..t l lU new building on their ram roar, then are nMl.| .. bkMl. at a later die > t..mI"t. -
choral activities as well In a one tory bulkf''",. And >ut |*k)0) ",hid! was given Ins suit Mid for lf rhrrthe em | the structure<
Our lady Qmeem of Martyr pus. They had three new
( events. the bulhMng has been plannedto to tin Afrten ae* During his family. Th. x hunt| offer
in the Diocese, HUlrrs I I.1 the first I* the mlMloa Dlorene.of ihr They {permit the addition of aee"nnd %.*it Archbishop Krwanuha Sisters to meet New greet iced.. I .lkr. ....all T mud M....

Inter parochial schools arerout Holy Nm prorlavwith tory a K<>.1 the C'athntks of tins in uniforms were In evidence Urirt_. ST. AUGUSTINE
students to classes. A grade: will be added each help>|) him In building a church at the beginning of the .
headquarters U (fclrsfn. Munstnur J ihn" V ,Scully
until all eight gradesof Ii': t1.'t, of the .V f
handsome high school year mwttvr (> scholastic
)'ur. I I...M the parish MNml& With
: Father Moran and his peo .1.m.r.1ry' school art 1'"i.ll.' _tl.) .will b* i.inon. :
Orlando, Monsignor pie have given their full attention ought according to the present II d during the third tim' 'U& The three new .Ustets MSinter MM hssullful Wilding.. ran I
tetftlng 10 ls>rg* clawinttMM, I
.. A. Bartok president this past year to the plan er 'no itsudts. ibises N......
*" Web opened three y Nfl ag\
: Sister: [ Mary Martha G: ILl ... .b.._ ; ..... -- .. Torts he I
y t new ash Hlon uI
;; -I cl"B; P'i ;;;;
large ir i'''i,1'' t'UlloI\fI'\ pt" t It'
School welcomed 1200 .I Ming a'"+ raw t I S'm-. rt
den t for September
... About half attend the
section, and the others
In the girls' school.

\ classrooms: are
.. at Moore There are
members of the faculty A a 1e t Budgeting?
Sisters of St Joseph and I
n'.n: n Priests. THOMPSON I Ic

.. high school alterS ...J Ut. Our Low Coif
.. If, sad 4v.Bo*>i| .cU"g Pill,
.,, sad the .t.4*nl. slay BAILEYVA4
thru--! of art sppr .. S/ A", ,, .'1411'

lll sad f.rlrlim.... Hr- t 1 C.ih.Jrel floss e 1 Yee earl i.., tit NltrIs .

.(.4rnl. brloif, !. the j t. ). r/eeeJ .1 yes ,,.* .
.. honor witty. .. .....
I I "1.1 em1eahy Jeep I.y.se
II., Joseph P ).(orln. MCDONALD'SDRUG
of Cardinal Mooney as :dN IwJtet, e S with see
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faculty and students at Expansion at St. Patrick, Tampa STORE lye.ear.
of another sea .
In the lnterprorMl. Parishioners of St Patrick's in the left with thi"Jren of the pariah eta d* Sales, Monsignor John I*.
his M )( Street ST. AUGUSTINE
school He three Tampa show pride in their growing are the three Sisters who hIit ut Scully right<< p/e l U the faculty
on", and fire Bisters seven school facilities. Six new claa- arrived to supplement the leaching i I-arlsh& ST. AUGUSTINEVA NATIONAL BANKS

Joseph, rooms have been added In a second staff at Ft Patrkk's: ftster CUu-
to the school Pictured from dia Sister Nettle and ftUter S'rsnIJ 141.' .,* ...
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: Sister 8t. Matthew. Sto- .
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Marie and Sitter Mary' Y

schools football team .
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The Life of Our Lord God's world

Comment King of Kings at birth was Be obedient r, learn disciplineS -

NARY authorities, of Ills Son in the world of

Let's return to honestyONE subject to Herod's reign with the system time.

of education by which The Church, the Mystical

human life of God-the- Father Body of Christ Is our Infa

of the moat astounding and and girls to find the so-called "soft THE began In Nazareth young men are prepared forth a Ilble guide In matter of faith

statistics in our nation U Job" where they are able to get the when the angel Gabriel Priesthood are not the. Leo J.True. and morals..
only ones who encounter! difficulties
the number of thefu by way of hop- most from the least. brought a message from God In However Individual Bishops .
striking a happy
lifting. And who are often Involved? The wide use of contracts is also a to Mary, a virgin betrothedto Frank J. balance between the Inculcation and Priests within the

Housewives.The sign of decadence. Rarely is a person's Joseph a carpenter. Before ghcedalmost of discipline and the cultivation Church are capable of errors
In matters of policy and discipline.
lose mil instances before we come to the message let and
merchants so many word taken. In many of prudential If Christ's Body Is to

lions of dollars each year that they the ink on the contract is dry, clever us consider and the the time people and the creative minds. This Is a dilemma e be healthy we do need from

have to allow for loss by theft by increasing minds are working to find flaws in the place -when, where, who.concerned faced by parents too. himself an Immature person. our laity the pressure of hon

the cost of consumer products. obedience est appraisal and Informed
agreement A child mast learn
When: time we may be He is defending
These petty thefts are so numerous Shrewdness in many quarters is tempted to feel l. hardly need to parent and to law. against his own inner feelingof opinion.It .
: four thousand yean H mast learn to control lm Is not Bishops and Priests
that millions of dollars are spent to considered virtue than hon discussion. Everybody knows insecurity. Neverthelessthere
a greater
could bring this people to the pulse and to respect the rightsof alone who make up the
detect the thefts and thousands of people that time Is either B.C. (Before art times when true
that millions
esty. It is a shocking thought top in nations not their own, other Yet from the dl!*> Church. All of us. clergy and
are hired as detectives. And still it Christ) or AD. (Since wisdom will dictate nonconformity -
conceded put such a small price on in* Christ): therefore the Annunciation is matchless, unapproachable. clplln Imposed by parent, as a duty. laity together constitute the
Is generally that nothing can Round 1500 B.C. they had of God. Indeed the
tegrity.It must have taken he mast grow Into lfdUclplin Assembly ,
stem the increasing wave of petty in Pales Educators and parents who
settled definitively *. laity are the more importantpart
has often been said that at no place at the beginning of 1 find this tension between
thievery. tine. Their history need not of the Church.It .
time could our nation ever be con A.D.: But It certainly did not. It is a delicate task which discipline and freedom a trying
outlined here bua few the
be to
was serve spiritual
Theft la sin
a that begins in the without that the real We the division of B.C. maintain find
quered from owe points should be noted. challenge both parents and one to may needs of the laity that Jesus
mind. Theft is a sin of the intellect- danger was a collapse from within. from A.D. to a sixth century They reached their highest educators this Instilling of consolation in the fact thatit Instituted the Episcopacy and

calculated and cold. monk DIonyslus Exlguu. under discipline while at the sametime Is a difficulty with which
We take pride in the fact that our point of worldly power the Priesthood. If there were
Integrity seems to be a fading virtue country is an honest God-fearing na England: seems to have been King David and his son Solomon promoting growth even God has to deal. no laity, there would be no

in our society. In everyday con tion. We must look with alarm at the the and first only country when Dlonyslus to adopt had It. (roughly 1000 B.C.). towards emotional and mental God snout demand obedience need for Bishops or Priests.

venation it can be heard how employee signs that indicate that is After Solomon's death they maturity. to Hit Ja"". Indeed our obedience By all means let us, clergy
dishonesty been two centuries dead.
have split Into two kingdoms Independence of thought, the of and laity alike accept Cods
cheated their companies by avoid |It proof our
the rise for it that fear From England It spread south
on means we Israel !In the North, destroyedby the ability to weigh consequences love for Hint truths and obey His laws.
ing work or taking things from the God less. Fear of the Lord is the beginning __lowly it took another two Assyria, Judah in the and to make sound

factory.It of wisdom; a wise nation will centuries to capture Rome! South destroyed by Babylon. Judgments the courage to dlf, Cod also must demand our Let m all have In the salty

is often the goal of young boys survive; a foolish nation must fall. Dionyslus placed the Birth There was a vast deportationof fer with the majority when acceptance of the truths which Is Christ the one com.

of Our Lord In the year 753 Jews into Babylon a return the majority Is wrong; these! which He has revealed. It men purpose of bringing lOuis

after the founding of old from exile fifty years are not trail acquired by a would be a betrayal of our Intellect to tiod.

Sacred Home that being the dating later. child (or a student) who has to reject truths which However, within the broad

Scripture used in the Roman Empire We art now approaching been conditioned to jump always Ire vouched for by Infinite field of means and methods

I He overlooked one fact. Herod 800 B.C. In the centuries that at the snap of an elder' Wisdom Vet our free will let us have the Intelligentand

died In 750-which is 4 B.C. followed they had a varied fingers. and intelligence are gifts articulate expression of

Mercy of God proclaimed in psalmTHE by Dlonyslua' reckoning. history of conquest by ont There no value, of course which God does want us to lay opinion. The Church

lint Chrl was born In the people after another, a brief In nonconformity for noncon use.God needs the layman's suggestions

author of psalm 91: frightful injustice Is their reign of Herod, whose fury independence conquest again formity's sake. In fact the reaches us with His needs his constructive

In very difficult Insolence. at the new of HI. birth led this time by the Romans seventy chronla nonconformist who laws and His truths through criticism. Such help Is indispensable .

times. He had seen and had They! Insist that Cod does to the Plight of the Holy years before Our Lord. habitually feels compelled to the Church which lie has established for the health of

Fatl.e- not what challenge accepted values Is as the visible Body Chrisfi Mystical
been the victim of cruel social really cart they do Family Into Egypt.: By the time of the Annunciation Body.
that they can act with complete
injustices. John J. ,. mot of Pnlektln win
Impunity So Christ was born B.C-:

Quite naturally he bor.n GtebtI. nut the pHalmlat reminds certainly by 4 BC. perhapsas rated by the of un.peskabinlimed lilt Roman Pope Paul VIBasic
s* part
his prayer with special at them ((8.11)) that while they early as 8 B.C.: we do not Empire.It I

trntlon to those who had may b.. able, perversely to know. Whenever the birth
shut their eyes and deafen was, the visit of the angel had three major divisions principle of is loveFollowing
been oppressing him and his Gabriel would have been nine
their era to reality, Ho who (It was smaller than

fellows. He asked God to take I I. veiefl and rrnel but gave them both eyes and months nerore' tnat. inert is Maryland rem.mber0.11- Is the conclud ideological egoism! as the tlms may keep ever alive In

steps to crush the proud and that H. I t. a fox! of janllrn ears will perceive their perversity an Irony In the thought that lee In the North Judea In the ing portion of a translation of direct expression of the life the surviving and successive

the wicked. After the faihlon who will not und by Mir and will treat them the King of Kings was borna South both these Jewish; In the appeal for world peace of peoples Attempts are made generations the warning memo

of' the wisdom writers, he and watch His faithful lorn. accordingly subject of the worst king between !Samaria Its Inhabitants made by Pope Paul VI In upon the tranquility of entire ory of that terrible drama

Invited these sinful pevplt to .nl. bo pal upon| without Intervening Having warned the wickedof the Jews, or possibly anybody descended from colon. Italian at his weekly general nations, by the organization which must never mort be

In their behalf the dirt consequences| of ever had. tats, sent In by the AssyriansIn audience at Castelgandolfo! onAuu.t from outside of subversive repeated.We .

reconsider.H U is understandablethat their folly, the psalmist turnsto Where: It Is a shock to the eighth century, who 28.WE propaganda and revolutionary would wish to raise that

reminded them that they quit. remind the faithful that. realize how small Palestine Intermarried with the handful disorders. Even pacifist mantle, as a banner of friendship .
the psalmist auks God was-ISO miles from end to of Jews who had not been are now witnessing
mitt not o>.p lr, that If they to take a hand In affairs( and !In split of everything, they declamation Is misused to and hope, over the pa-
God's friends end 23 miles wide In the deported. For four hundred frightening phenomenon social and political Mllons of International
turned from their etll ".,a, to right the present' shameful are and that promote meet'
the south. The
Hod) Mould bat Merry onIbrm. situation His enemies have all appearances to the con north 90 In years Samaria was polvthel.UTheir : the crumbling of contrasts. Ings for tilt glory and con

trary notwithstanding, they total area was 9700 square offer to help with the eolation) of those who with
been victorious for such of those basic principle!
along somt
miles few than Vermont Thus arias egoism etriuslvi.t l-
-a more building of' the new temple In
will com out wisdom and rectitude laborto
on top.
Turning then to the oppressed time. How long will\ Ho a few lees l than Mary Jerusalem wit contemptuously on which peace must be Interest, passionate tendon make men brothers

and downtrodden ht welt before establishing the Kor or lad I. n God otJnatlr land: and even that was never refused. 80 the Samaritans founded and the firm possession *, hate be'w people

proclaims that they art actually right order of thing *, and lit will not allow wholly held by the Jews,what built their own tempi\ on Uu of which was thought And thus fail the esteem of IV* would wish to see Ittrantflfnred '

lucky, much as our The psalmist urge Him to evildoer* lo get the upper with Phoenicians biting in at Garlslm and gradually cams loyalty, of brotherhood and of .n the horttovJ
achieved after the tragic experiences

Lord dId 'In the beatitude rise and to show HI* 'power hand.Though. the North and Philistines at to set themselves as the true solidarity, Thus die Iou of present and future kUlorya ,

God has been testing hem ,Jn 'In the realm of social' juitU the South. And this pocket- heirs of the patriarchs, the of the two world If to .how that Its Ideal '

the fires of opprenlon, and to crush tht violence and the they attack the lift handkerchief of land was the heirs who had stayed there wsrs. At the same time we If the security of peoplesstill light cannot but cam from

the reward for their' fidelity arrogance of thot who presume of the Just and condemn homeland of the Jews. all the time while the Jews set the rebirth of several perilous rests on the hypothesisof the sun of the living 1 God for

will be great. Indeed to laugh at His law Innocenblood., were In foreign parts. criteria which are once a lawful and collective use without faith In Cod bow tan
the Tht 'Konc1ltanun( ) pinpoints Yet the LORD la my stronghold \o people *> mall, no ..... of armed force wt must recall lie sincere, free amiecnre
In the first stanza ((14)), again serving to guide a peace
psalmUt Invokes the "God of their cowardice It U and my Cod tht pie ., all has ever affected Ont of the leant considerable .* short.sighted quest for equilibrium that security reposes still ?

the poor tht weak the widows Rock of my refuge world history a* they have vllUfe of Galilee was more on an effort at mutual
rather of
or an unstable
Vengeance the defenseless, that they And Ht will\ requite them And not only religiously asarth. truce in the relationsof understanding, on the generosity Men of good will: Listen ta

This I I. not to say that Cod attack. And, added to this for their tvlldotng. of loyal mutual trust our humble voice that of a
nations and the
Eighteen hundred be It of Ideol
years was Just under ninety
the of collaboration evoking
I on spirit brother and a father,
for. Christ the greatest world miles from Jerusalem roughly ogles of people with one an
for common advantage and the undying memories of the
lather Michael) V. OonnonMliiUn empire was QPfa-and: the I the distance of Philadelphia other. for aid particularly to daetoping two fearful wars, not to project
prime>> minister was a Jew JOe from New York' U U
let again there I* obscured \ countries.In upon the world's present
.f Hombre D* Dioichapteas eph, son of Jacob. Klgntttn: never mentioned In the Old I
r the concept of the sacred ai. hundred yean after Christ Testament. It Inconsiderable .
was so
I< character .f bo- love! phantoms, but to extend to>>

the greatest world empire that even little man life, and onre mnr men And it ls still this golden tht depths of men's hearts an

qneat in was Hrltaln's, and the primemtnUtrr Cans four miles away, could .r. .b..tn( ralcnUte4 In fnnc word that we mention and Invitation to wise and responsible

was a Jew, itenja- dept It. Gum of their .am tor., their prate. in order to spread over reflection, an exhorta
rain IHtraell (who bought the Here lived
Mary to whom p.Hwbl| efficiency In war, cad the memories of the past lion to place, above every
lonlOa catholic history flues Canal for Britain!) The God tent a the
message by not by reiiMn .! their dignity. atrocious wars the whit other Interest. every other

energy which over a spate: of angel Gabriel their needs. their ....... mantle of peace. value, that of human dignity

teas ier ITON between tfcwld and .:fOfl..... lingo tlo Cuba was held In twit brotherhood.Ntw \Vt would wish to spread and fraternal concord and a

that "rud0 strengthen dls- that mantle over the war foretaste of Joy and prop 'r.
*. M after BishopAltsmlrano's Lands associated for nearlya \ symptoms art noted of
clpltnt among both SpanUh Qimtion box cemeteries, so that thenmight Ity which can never again I*
episcopal a regrowth of division ami
and a half with the
and Indian ChrtiUans. A finally be laid at rest born of war but only of
visitation of Florida 11t spo-, oppositions between
Bpanlsh tnlsalnna suddenly pea, th+r+in the issues of those peon in sincerity and goodBe -
English settlers bas.n a 'foundation found lhem..lv.. overrun by del atctlon wa devoted to between the various rare of the fallen which still await .
)lo rkla which ended with an St. Paul wordsto **
on the James lUver InVlrltnl. Indians under the captaincyof and different cultures. This this lat gesture of human It Is God who place this
admonition to the mission.aria
tht time of the spirit of division la
By English Carolinians. Drawnon gukled pity and still be
to "watch with all alien expect to moaaaff upon our Up, and wttrwtlngly
second vt.ltatlon by KUhop by a prvfluMo trad 'In Resurrection triumph nationalistic pride, by J'f'Mo vUHext and bartered by their
tlon and vigilance for the ro transmit to tr*
- - -
- - .
CaMeron Englishmen wertMtlltd skin the" KnglUh: moved out tlgt polities, the armanwnu berooveii
familtoo so Mel UM world with
II., and good t"'I'.t our greeting and I
as far south as Charles. from Charleston into the Yatnasot ran social) and economic an
the. church mike a long tragic sleep of
the ImlUns." and "not to rov Q. Wile reined eipr*** teat so many vie- our apostolic bt **if>g!
ton. and Creek country "f .. y.a Mnt tale port. tagonisms.
sent that any person eerie.. ( and when was It orlgt
central and woatern Gonrgta, PI**** Mrnlgbtesi sn* out *otbU. There returns the Illusory
Uorlng the. last quarter oftb slantkwl. or lay unoubl maltreat .ate4:: *O ...t",, when U (byWtocft
eteMeenlk the. where, with trrtr cheaper, amt, .. It Ion 0, .. the. perish concept that pvoct cam only M. J. Murray
renlnry them In word ordeed
mort abundant supply ofmanufadurcd 0 death, where. U thynngT I"tIHC" tblnalng .M .MeaT bo based on the terrifying
llmeo.n| of I. Phorlsa .
grots and flie. I (seed It U My OU power of extremely\ borntciiUt
would ronlrwct Mill farther. Or* of the strtrtwrr written
arm. whkh IIpl"nUnt' '* bait A. Our law on this matter and, while on th.
T......., In annotation weapons: Strange but
aa' English. hegemony oterIb Into the portion on }1nrKU was mad long before the true
never provided the IwHana)I. one hand Debit tat weak dt*
AlUntK rot w...M rorka declared t...*.. Th lit Maria. spirit of ecumenism
they' sully won tho tr.d.l end 1 1frlf'nd..hll1 prevent tendon and efforts art mt
far a. the. |>re*>ent border ...... shall MX ply lair -. cam Into vogvo. It remains cpyriiht 1761. jfCWC News SerrlctCatholic
r f the Intcrk A. I do not find these pro t 0 Unit and tbattti arm.

trttai. With lit tribe In tow a regulation". that would bomrt efat words In the' Old Tetta on the' books, but I do boiler manta on the other the destructivt -
us to tM today itM It aottI' that, It ran be mart liberallyInterpreted
they then moved east to the capacity of wlturrapparatus 4
tn a ",.wIe'I that WM nent However 8V Paul in than formerly. It
roast and south toward the U befog ""Un"041.
f I more mayhem than .V, 1 GbrtfithUna IS ll. does tine
1h lortcJurt f reads, as follow, ta my translation ly develop sM perfect .

Gulf.WltMI' t few yoart the In response' to a form*! them la quoting from 0..., : -u
One again the terror ;a t
challenge .usual by vtl- '
ono P.*lTt or merely material
r.ujl I country was INto IX It. even though! the weds
starvation of .
war : .
110ll grow .
)lag. to another. forty Miy
\ ,1.( tn nenCtthfjtfe fun
r ;/i::1\ and all Its missions doiel the presence '
.. Indians em a ..... wMiMwreatl at not prorUoly Mm. war as a vale means >
wtdtitag and similar!
*:- j the bright prwpocts ,
CWe. wrote *0 O death wiring tMen.tlilul 11 f' F
.tH a tfooroktn hell wrtro.art et r
solemaiU, to tolerated
r..a... ...., pas.p rt wen for Bishop the conversion CaMeron of had the with the Mn\ of kteftlM HIftta ties piagvo*! 0 Sv ol.whero. bJl'tUOC\may ctvk duty or asa Uoaa by" fort:; atM In %.. ? '

nioa ramouo r.i... !.. Anatathkola I IMU a van tho hottrwfil. tot *f a U thy sUstg la oywt ... sign of honor 'when then Is parts of tfco world episodes fwar e
.. explode In fe&rMI i .i-r t ,w
... O saws seal .
ass Ml r lutviltr! the prt\Mtton nf peat nay have found t.**. a Hftoue rootoo fac It. Jurfg-
rwiwt e.... esh.uat&g the pt.itatug: : > > .far.rr
in.,s.*..*, ,..*.. |l..* the I MlM traders tort although \tbkbeirr ..... p...r4er.ed words s la quotation narks bo- treat rer-fdteg this roaaoa U poetty of \he ...f....at>
wu.a .. VS.: ..4I It wtmM havoimmttMt ....... this. lest .U... lla. woo IboaaUb. ...... they are throats! rod to b* md fey" tht Bishop In atit.ted la m&laUla........ itocurtty. o et e.c.ra / ,est) laeats ff
of and there
ta t&n. thporous a pt. by God to Israel cst doubt most sad .aeww
Cosa M f*. taut *Hk prewenvzdeetruNien. to emrart t > .swguuwrsearasseu
-...... lie*. ....**.. of Ttwaeut bo M danger that the dUMlte method of tree sad halt,"'.v,' .e erwwws., o .. .ue1'aaas.' vane iraerev
n. fafha.aglag was norah. wW be U4 .tea. enter. s sear era
a e-r .
gtvt caa .
tray _
and In
ApaUtht lAy rt51rt4and .ae
n. n sit 4 CtiM M la a It. hat s quetathm Irrs.t: tlJf'IeomaUc' negeetatlee the cxxdaslve ta7a. sr1 c..Maee ....o. me sK K
.. ...... _. wh. In the blend. of as one of tbt saa*> wwe ..tlf1..
bar ., ( r-- A Woo wr4i to Ole fartunnHt4 datMy p'tvregtd.. crt \.6 ; # w I
Ikw a** .*.>. Naumal C.i**>4Mirai .11\11 Itt er. WK mote the aHs Uoortt. "'. O*.*n+s.s K..t a rvt .., the It brokea ptre
.. ... tragedy all the worse"" WM thot ftto permit itttadaaco, t
.....Me aM ...... ,** when this mortal body tu Ties art
.., ....... .. w s4.t. the fervor and dutntorealed. four or five are .erwhed Mr- a testy. the without scruple or bootutteax *** posMttlTV

... MaJI. .... ,.. Ate at MuMs "... of many e
lit* ...... fell apart before the njs.> ou*. sod iSMMky srt Is wrtnv T) aH I* rw. **. rUtiv: ant friend and. enmeet.

EB Nana did.Tb sad Wt and Hba are broAoe*. .d rp t. vtetoo O oeH.vnore *) tirroit a* foe otlwraonltot These ....en we ....
Hutkets e J wear. ore (>>wr4on kt a tty matsttal .
sael.e.1 .1........... Is tsty Mofj* O dtwhere \ Q..uasm h. m..

,..... ,laMe, .. e.nlgaswsv. lo llorMa. IswreoM f.U..,., slta taw.e. survlv r.r+."*" r t4a', who dlsrlleak.tai scab la thy -.-. T>service o law it, tie MOO +r al ....... by MM"riMr J. IV :. a.c ar ee. ..

Nn.rtn. tu.h.p (.........' ,........., r (' swsf. e.4ttio..tty a*>.. ..
... $ ,. an "M .>...C1J ..... of awl
noose a eor" Q. r **4 e roe team to koJtwdo tort
..sI at... .- ...... fr.M testy U leTS to tthy.we *. Uke bat. ttax ..*] tat St .... .*...... ...... hew a ('..... .....>..uu.. of .*ara sA* Itmrore r- ...eo
.. ...... lo **. ...... .... Uso tr*.< "'- *. NThe fstMt iewa ougs
II"" It V. sIMM4. to sbwels .. .. Na 'ti1laMsr .se+...a lid j, 'syoM II>
Ia.M the ....... ..,..,.....r H fa. ride i...ji. tbs ts o Ree..... ......a. tlr ... ....... aM ..e1.. es' Pieta (...... a.t1lt w.f w.e.vit wirers p y .+cq.,
I-riday, September 11, IM& e. ..ed. 10 Ko" ""ft.t.> Au sues bonne ttto peas. e1'sett' .......... was tb.pee ps.rt. .Wv. a river "...... M..f n..rr I era__ "so. I a bt >. 1n.w.swr...

nod of the 1....... tot ttaa. teals ad.ays ...... a h..._ Pen ti 'grave wee.,. L -i 'WL' "! fr1I1t1iM r .I.iM..u Arm


6 The Florida Catholic. Friday Sept 11. l&M ...... .....- ,. Reds still resfricfArchbishop

Pope Paul ft... ,....1.:
explains ....1 Vo.,., \: Beran may be

meaning of audiences

permitted to go to RomeBONN'

CASTELGANDOLFO. Italy (NC-Pope Paul VI has Iw
characterized (NC)-The Czechoslovak communist govern
a papal audience
in which an Individual Catholic as a spiritual experience ment has declared it .U ready to authorize Archbishop

living in God'i city of encounters the feeling "of r Joseph Doran of Prague to go to Rome, provided hi
to God'i
people, of being in not to return
one with the agrees writing to Czechoslovakia accord.
Holy Church scattered all over the world
Ing to
uiscussing the thoughu of ---- a report published by German Catholic news

the thousands attending the ful son of the Church can say; agency lt.NrA.Meanwhile.
weekly general audience on this is my Church this is my the Archbishop hu been practically Isolated
September 22, Pope Paul Mid spiritual country. As e\ery from the outside world in his guarded residence in

"visiting the Popes Is like one looking at a map searches / Radvanor, near the city of Tabor in southern Bohemia,

climbing: to heights from for his own city and his own" UII--.-! nl'---....- '-'''I'nt'v..., ._. .N'lrt..1co' -. ..-.
which we can see and observe country to before the picture telephone and on one occasion
the world. That is to say that of the universal Church elevated The
on approaching the Pope it to the spirit's view by the prelates quarters require distance from Vienna by a
Is easy to think about his position the papal audience each of f t written permUnkm from the news agency.
and his function In the you U Invited to feel the fact i1' religious art"lr.lrUIi of Hopes began to rise that an
Church and in the world andit of your own Incorporation Into the Cierhoahmk governmentIn agreement would be reached
is easy to realize the van! the M>stlcal Body of Christ Prague before admitting between the Czechoslovak
ness and depth of questionsthat which 1s the Church and 1s Msttnr*!, but that bureau ban government and the Vaticanto
are centered around invited by an unusual and In. t'tukh' : permit recently allow Archbishop Perm
him." toxicattng sense of communion ? en the groumfc that conveysatlona to attend the Second Vatican
"Indeed, from this perspeo of solidarity of brother with Mister' heron Council Home However In
live the immense hierarchical hood- might disturb the very difficult April!, mitt! the state-support
organization of the Church contacts with the Vatican ell l.Ie'er\ capitular of Prague,
becomes evident the multitude ." Father Antonln Stehlik conyplelnet
of the faithful!, the far- t.. the government rellglou -
flung missions, the enormous Tells when .Itler II Jtf.If. of Utftn.mmt affairs office that

variety of the Institutions operating ArrkhNkop lUrnnrtUn wn Priests of the archdloce
within the Church new liturgywill ..r It is a vision of the catholicity was Iu".rr and universality! of the a l locality Ijarritt. to lri|... Archbishop.... of comingto

Church which from this appear .... .... .,_. __L.._. .n' him.
t'uiinN 1 inw urn wrr mil -
vantage point becomes '"fascinating \f.'HI' GTtS (\CArhblshnp ) Red-letter day at St. Patrick's Jacksonvillo l I"wlng, his releane, the league "."." afterward, .\.hhl.h..p
and impressive, the Patrick A. Archbiohnp: ....* allowKl r.lathe Reran was' m.,... t. IU4ta.

rope lie concluded said. O'Boyle! Washington hat Father John J Lenihan offered faculty In welcoming! the childrento IV-nlgnus<< Sister Mary VeronICa; personal freedom. He re- one aad! held rider closer ..r-

by saying told Catholics here th.t1IIt Mass for the children of St Patrick their new .ch
NI."A...lid. more. the alhe Imprrwlon and movingIf )>*. of In English the MIM and will other begin\changes tentatively parish in Jacksonville on September from the I left, are Mother Father Lrnihan; and Mra. Patricia .members..... >m.n,.of>f hU tKe arrhtUmooe.He |pre.' ant. circlet In Prague,

log rrallie that la this on November 29, the 1 and then joined with the Colm Gcard suj-caor; Sister Mary Munson. Mil abw shim to tad theN the KNA talks salt,between are now the afraid CI..he.lenlk that

large and complex family hut first Sunday of Advent .
.. ...... __... .. .,. .... . .. government and the
the (t'harch each of you ha. The Archbishop said that St. Patrick School .,.. + oarsl Tllalanlw 1 +. : :.. ., .'!'''': ''''' ''' Vaitean have entirety bmkenrfnwn.
his own place >. one I. .\. "some good people may find opens This fear KMA idled
tr.....*. the changes difficult to acceptat Jacksonville i il.iJ Is b _ed 1 on a recent statement
eight grades H. a\p ,r jilTil
first but he added "the
"Each of you who 1s a faith.JACKSONVILLE. m* by Prpe r.ul1 In a
Church while ever firm and private audience, where. he
unchanging In her doctrine, JACKSOM'ILIl:- John J Lenlhan opened St. t 1I Mid;: "Our aim ere efforts to

nevertheless always adapts Patrick School in Jacksonville on September 1, marking a obtain an Improvement In the
herself to the needs of the milestone in the young parish. His school opened to 260 relation between the Church

times, seeking new forms and pupil In kindergarten and the full eight trades of cram I ami the governments tf the
new channels of
expression cut ie countries have
mar 'chool.Slat tin
i coNo-CAIi that will lead her people evermore Mercy Sisters In ( 1 1 !
,,. of Merry of New Instructing fortunately met with no un
surely to Christ"H the children at W Patel e ileriuiwllng" on the other aisle
.... II Inn. Ireland cam this year l
Mid It la sot the. pUa of to staff the school two weeks School f pi I fi4r up ta n"w."
lk,.M"H MM..s"i..M en the. I'alliera of I.. Heron before the opening of clawea.The r / f I 1 r i s

rr.. "Ire* erT I* n.l... iIt&. "','k-.. (Hindi, who arfoplMt on..toryhoot., pro. More I
.. rooms
O..OtI.I..raac.1I I clu4 the f'ittliBiloa. .. the Ma. skiing six ctaMTouiM. ,la built JACKSONVILLE
Joseph March.
Mgr. reed Liturgy, t. "..b..do. to. of Work and elvwvo. pUatered r ,
t ,
353.7419 tally the. Illirilral form Mild and painted to harmonize with serve Sacred I 1t
234 W. Fonyth St. which we are (...//11.,.* the church. r'i ,tg5ltrlgW
Original rwurtnictlort has Heart school! :e"
The result of the liturgical .... ,i'[ O'J11'Ot1'10vf
revisions for which the Constitution len arranged ao that the .... .. \--. .. _. ___._.., . _\ _... ___
school may have a .c'un.1 KMtNVII.I.K: Sol ''edHeart ?1AANAL
la the mauler plan, tory when the building .U fthoul her ailed fi r.mor. At Sacred Hoarh Jacksonville
M will/ not I* to make the liturgy eipaivletLfather rtaMrnnma during the
of the )>UM and the satra'menu twlnatna the total
I.enlhari offered tie summer
unrecognisable first Mats when lila parUhwas o number of tUturvatnu. to lIS' These SUUr of Mercy from Clona* : KUler )I. (;" ,..nI.; Mother M.Mhna ;

. "On the contrary .In the a mission, November 2.1W8 for an enrollment of apprott Hilly, Ireland, who .leach at Barred 'If'ntll'fl'zlClaler' ( Al. Merry /li*-
careful revision of the liturgy He was the founder of tnately 71)0) students this ,)..,. Heart Bchool In Jsckannville! are, from ter !f. IVrjwtua; and BMtr M. f'aul.' Mltgi
which we now see beginning both the mUfc. and the the left, Water U. Jowphlne; Fester M. STEAKS
.. ,
The Modera balMlng ne. fWe ch sneer es ibudc
I both texts end rites will et- parish when' It.was canonical- .,,...,.... t,. Sail,e T. lntIteaaker 0.. ---.. .--- b / 1111MN .
press more clearly the holy ly erected in January, 1999.The :
1 thing which they signify and .e 4 kU. pdehl..rsI. States oboctivo[ """ """"""" ,'I'.
t the Christian people, as far first |>.H.k kalMlng I. ... Iciest I. lk. p.r.....1 No visitors for
1 a* po.-thle will tie able to understand was a rkarth. This' }e.r, Ike .....lIko.. wkkk H.rie4 .IU.rlk MOTH 1""II\1n., te.sl., Subscribo nowN.N..N..N.N..N.eANw MCXJOWYXUt f KJT

them with ease and rkool m4 rectory .. re ..111. .. ere ,.... Iran lUpvklle' I\n ." thru Rumanian Bishop '

t to take part. In them fully andaltJkel Lay teachers" will aaeiM the Seven Water of M rey He..lrA Has unity I. lh.. ,i4i)*.lU. atU I h /
< he '..nrt.r by Mother M ....na, yvinrifml. 1 fourth VJI| ...1..1| I rr- and' the iiinlh Intern
and nine lay tarwf ,
''"1 .m the re.Mk.rt l 1111i.lluts
11s..l Mcrtan i.'ogre.. In h* & GIFT SHOP
form tie for Mendf4e.tl
Excellent FoodTWO I AtI.c. t.A-"t c.. At centenary faruhjr .... imiUr'' t.. the iMM tnetarred .
Mrhooi In Slits rnunIry In I Vfather *.." 'k. I. k. i. STEAKS
Ir.-G."i'e-M"bl.; : ......... ('ut. Isis lwny d>r ArehlithupJail. .Netf1 en.Aalee
C.1"111:1: |r..Ua4 1\C1 TM ftrto ... rd ami M.y ..... seecela a
JACKSONVXlt LOCATIONS a rNnW._ ..,MI The Holy Ghost Fathers. Mall flaw.*ee. white ........ 0.'''' IMM1 ul .. >.* bytihng taw ie1/till.. lee .*
7100 e..h tW. S.M.MII M.| IIS .1a. Itnrkwell (.01..... ire iron navy swswteeeanal .,........ ills ..... ww .... Ma tllle/wdl vM Ial/tu.lkl gee. last., tae Chew Islati MIME RI8Smi
Ui-'l' JIt1441| it... as. scene ..,... ..... ...... ...
'fre ...... ..a.r ...- ., a weeklnng" reter>r.tto.i *f Ha ,lasasdl shop ea ,. Hoy InwftjM ...N ..4OT* 1e... DrrtUJWAYEASTtRlING
..." '" " "" roth annlvef. .*ry with a Memn _..... .o.r .IMYJ psalm. VI M let up Ute uia.zwsa'JN Aanm Martin. ..T AIM!
Phase 7214411
la vUftse.| MSMoter preeddnt sftaru sal. Ml He. with ) ar.tory alwalartans.I blue M .......... srmdlg 1

by ant of lu ahwnt. tike MMr "I IIMw/1..... .. KNA. MM (ktesaanawra l..I.....

Michael ('nltiMlOP. ......* ne atrAaal. e...... 1M Dtt Tax law unary.Iunw4 .
faewer ewperlnr ve.efl .... .l |e.IN (**.*. HikatketfMsl exempts ,., .1' .xI.Ib, woe PHARMACY
EuodLSoAkFLORIDA of th* hmntaieaii oeitee amiww l anal a..t..1L. 1 ring Hlpnlte \. Jon.. /pan. .*., from iM. -K-. .>f

a -t sae.r of the ....... ret.*. rMatrvn. lit IN* MA ... ,.,.'"" .law wltkb. be-. tike. PWmp I ,aYM/tee. .....e.ih.eaee..i.e..N.. I..a... IM.5 .d1 ..-- ......-" ....
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Kenny adds girls' wing, rr.

Cardinal Roques primateof
new convent this season \ ,

JACKSONVILLE-Student* returning to class at Britanny, dies at 83

Bishop Kenny High School on September 1 for a new

school year occupied a new wing In the section of the r RENXES: France (NC) -Clement Cardinal Roques,

interparochial institution that is the girl's school. Sisters Archbishop of Rennes and primate of Britanny, died of a

of St. Joseph who staff Bishop Kenny will be housed in A lingering lung ailment here on September 4 at the age

the new convent, also built of brick and in keeping with 111ltfl of 83.His

th e arc hi tee t ore VL A' o th er death reduces the College of Cardinals to 77, theo
new classroom on the second { t i1 1w
buildings of the school. floor of the addition. 1 i ilOl lowest it has been in the

The improvements are part Former location of th e past five years.Cardinal .
of the designed to
program home
economics facilities in
make Bishop Kenny High Roques was
the original and present boya
School one of the finest of known as a tireless champion
building have been convertedto
the State, the object of Justifiable a physics laboratory, This of the workingman and

pride on the part of new science room is for Iwys. labored hard to improve social
the pastors and the people It conditions in his diocese. He

serves The roavrnt I* an IH-lird-' was also a promoter of the
In Jacksonville, it It the
room ronntruriion bulll Just Catholic: press.
centrally-located campus for north of the 1It'IN'| school fjr- During World War II the ,
boys and girls of high school
Ing Klngman Menus, Archbishop remained with sfF
age from nearby parishes. The
his the bombardment
people during J
school has been under the
The Sisters will have a of Rennes and he
direction of Father Mortimer
chapel finished in walnut with vigorously protected the arrest
Danaher, president! since Au.
stained glass window. of the leaders of his
gust of 1956. He is the fourth
of Kenny. : Christian agricultural youth
The addition to the girls' Denied entry t movement by the nazls. Using
his of the German
,school is such that where it PADKKIum.V: Herman
language{ he managed to save
formerly resembled a square (.NC) Archbishop Lorens ... '..... -- ____ Clement Cardinal Roqurs
__ ... .. -= r) the young people from deportation.
with a patio, the new section Cardinalby
Jaeger of Paderborn, who lie wa named a
add the shape of an "eight" Has to have attended a ceremony Move into new convent In Jacksonville Pope Plus \II IB the ron.
with two patios instead of at Zelts in the soviet Born in Gaulhet, France on .l"tory of February 18, 111"-
December 8, 1880, the future
one, zone of Germany commemorating Sisters of St. Joseph who staff ter J.[. Bertilla, Sister U. Llguori, }.I, Brendan, Sister M. Beatrice, Cardinal was ordained a Cardinal Roques had been

1U ronnlrurdon ban pro. of the 4Wth anniversary Bishop Kenny High School in Jack. Sister :Mary Dennis, Sister St. Sister II. Vincent and Sister Priest in 1904. He was named 111 for some time. It was apparent

Sided for the expansion of von the Pflug death of of Naumberg Bishop Jullui Zeltr, sonvUle admire their new convent. Anne, Sister M. Denise, Sister M. of Thomas Joseph, prin':al and su Bishop of Montaubdn by Pope his life was ebbing for

science farllltlr was denied an entry permitby They are, from the left Sister M. the Sacred Heart, Sister M. Bri- perior. Pius XI in 1929. then became several days before his death.

The first floor of the addition the East German KO\'eminent. Violetta, Sister Mary Joseph, Sis dgetta, Sister it!. Bcnignus, Sister Archbishop of Aix-en.Province He will be succeeded in the
houses biology, chemistry and, finally, in 1940, Rennet see by coadjutorelementary
.n d p h ys l cs lobo ra t or 1 ea f or A r t.Nhl s h op o f .DMM........_._". Ar c.hhl s h p n au 1 G oyon' 61'

the girls. The second floor pptro''';-r .'...... .. .+W," J. ,. 11
provides a large home economics ::11', .
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area complete with '- lb,tit 1
six kitchens and ample sewing s ; iw.4 4" 4r
rooms. There is also a
Envoy dies

VATICAN CITV (%(') y '
Ibnu Suwongno Hamlmzar +dr t ry
4' r tr1 j' j
acting head of the Indonesian 'r x
]legation to the Holy See, died ; '
of a heart attack last week / M

after discovering burglars in /' 'vI
Ms house.

The Indonesian minister to

the Holy See, Mohamed Ab

dul Rauf, is also his country's
envoy to Switzerland and "
lives In Bern. Thus Hamlm-

tar, whose rank was minister

councilor, was the actual x I sse .f
chief of treat Ion here and had .. tAk. _
the title of charge d'affaires. --.: .....- ...-il. ,w r-a 111"\,\ --.' -' ':- .a-: .........=UIIIr'
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New school 1 at T mpl.t errace

Mercy School Merritt Island
lEACH MEMORIAL Corpus Christi parish !In Temple for the coming semester. Father the grades welcomed

CHAPEL The student body of Divine Mercy recite: the pledge\ allegiance.. A rent Terrace baa opened Its new school John P. Lawler and the faculty of the children on September 1.DUKESSTEEN .
MY......... .... 1M"'"
School In Merritt Island fathered with rd warehouse has been converted into

SFMfNOU IEACH Sister! if. Augustine, Mr*. Mary classrooms until the construction of Corpus Christi's Mrs. Lawler at1 j -..-. "....
MEMORIAL CHAPEL Thomas, Sister M. Cyril and Sister M. the new school is completed. ,
... :VttaNkwv J.HMt FUNERAL HOMS A. 31. ..,_B.a4l I.Anibulanc .......
Colman on the first day of classes to school serves
t .. mother of 110 s. Florida Av. S.nr7c.

HEATH FUNERAL CHAPELAir Christian heritage to be first four gradesTf Priest, dies MY 2-1121 L.b'lII' ST.VA AUGUSTINE 4-1473

1 Conditional Chapot-farluitg Lot : : TKIUl: ,\CK-The

FOSTER E. HEATH, rWtl DirK torAMIULANCE preserved Pope Paul first phase of school construe.elect (iKNKVA: New 1'nrk-Fa.
SERVICE; says In Corpus Chrlstl parish ther John P. Lawler who presides GRISSOM FUNERAL HOME

I LileldndForlda Phono (124111 I Temple Terrace, was ready over Corpus Chrlstl parish Phono 847-3131
CASTKIXIANDOI.Hl: Italy (NO Pope Paul VI for Use when school bells In Temple Terrace, offereda KISSIMMEE'OLIE8t

granted a special audience on August 30 to clergy and rang on September 1. Father Requiem Mass here Tuesday IS CENTRAL FLOIUD.l
laymen of the Albano diocese, in which his summer rest.dence st the funeral of his mother,
FUNERAL HOME John P. Lawler pushed the
BRETT Mrs. Martin Joseph Law 1.1'. Operating Coder Same Name and Managfrnent
1.Iluttd. and said! the dangers of modern life force new school building construction
HS-CIOI AMBULANCE SERVICE Chrlatlans to act to preserve to completion for theItr.t Burial was In the family plot.
which IrnKMrnil the .rry Other members of the family .
four fC1'ad.
their Christian ht'ri.taEt'
lime In which w. lire"daiwling mourning M,... Anna Law
00 QCp His faculty comprises Mrs.M. KYLE-McLELLAN. INC.
1 organization a A. Ringer principal 1; )trl.D. ler are Mr. and Mrs.. MartinJ.
Calling 'Uf'ntkMto the Lawler Jr. of Geneva, FUNERAL DIRECTORS
a flall. "rnaraetertatlc phenomenon Pond. Mrs. A. Makwl and son
signs of the time, the
and law andUughters
ot our at*." the t'os..1d thatconcerted Mrs.1 C Srlimlts.Vrnutht daughter ; 17 W. UNION STREET-JACKSONVILLE
l.asrsl a..... as. r...,. ... Pop aaM that among the \ Iran scroll pillars ( and their husbands.Mr. .
WUlUo T t..., f.... 4. a,.,, more noubto is the continuous ) action la riecewwrv ant M.... John J. LUgto H. )-3toi Contmu,ui Some S'n; IIS
5511.5. e.s.4 s.d ..w"sa.4Aolwe "If \\ art not. organlseil ifwo and hannttters decorate the
m liy and radical I I of Alexandria Virginia andMr.
block comtructlon
to net prtKveil Lt-.th. concrete
Chung whkh ran t. .noted in
and Mrs. Retort J. Her-
rural fur the school
wo are vanquish >ubinfr
eterv sphere of material, and ron ot Winter Park.
ed others who hate h,,
by <.i t
A. n.k m ".... r. J...r.lMa 4rltiMl 1 life ctlvHy, genius and the I.| Priost killedin )i..... Ijiwler. 74. was a wIdow Serving Eustis & Vicinity Sine 1915
1"I'atl. sell. that. In orVer > when Father Lawler
run..I1)lrectur W funeral. 1Jir torf.c1.tct" stNIHy to ui H. and bwvntrongvr ,. was
t"" In remedy tissue KetatKsawcu than owr.*lvv.. t. ordained early In .. ThLawlers .
sad salt. Zeller
: fl V Jcnrr to toil Kennedy & Hamlfn
jd aary art la The )V|. cowfcir! hv Stephen parish Geneva.Mr ,
rt':sIIl.lL IIOMMOiygon *r we hall here the mast Inc IAN cheeKy to the nr- MONK ('(') The White .
heritage whMi lewder' dud eu Mrp.Irmbrr
A Radio Rriulpped AnbitUn\ precious of every" true colkahnratkM' ", Fathers heaiuarters in S at .\In....'.. wk rh 1TII&L: IIFIIC:
ban hosed down .
to us.A has received news of
11..sdebl. act! ... ,, Boon
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.. .J, r..e .s tie *._( MI>| aihsiil tJMI a IN>.(..U, < the death of th* second mix ..... AMBULANCE
107 t.l .. A... .. .. the .. ....ry at the hand of law.kern SERVICE
O |>rerl .* ..,,,... l. Ikel ... r. MSKM at ewr>
ST. CLOUD .. the ( Int..... his *l I.. f4 e..ey true and eflnnChrtatian r yoftMiw who terrorised thro Th fttAeral took .,.. hi 324 ORANGE AVENUE-JS7-4IM-JS7.4U2

Jr...... .. .. .....x.w M2.2ISSJONESJOHNSON 4lll" | .( ..... .f the llberir. activity ui t t-. .ffoW.. city of AWwrtvtllo' Genera CIA 8ef(* it.r *. Fellow .

..4 r.,|.... .! ear .\Ul'. r*, wRAI'IllassedPp' II. t. rasher (:a.,.. M,o ieMT.IV FterMa rn..... Father
OarsHMl MtMi4 "...... R. Gr M awl Father
f rVlilom wa "'eskilled
-- Albano; intiaian Cants, .. It.Aerx N.4I A. Scr. were smnngISK
t r.llmy of Sydsiiajr. Aunir cc ... present at \M funeral .. H. 0.,eeJ r.p."....

add( auaitUry .Ulsaimi lUff. ....ding to Information
Fwweal. ;
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hurto pf Ate. *** liten'.ri received by the WhKe Fa Nuncio named
the aurlienre.For then he was killed' eking
wKh Father OMWUR* Leasers \',\TU'.'\ titr onfeid -

W.F.. whae.. death .was rennetH Per. .. VI nas named Osgood Funeral Home

FUNERAL HOME predecessor ..$Ie'. feh Priests dWlIn MMrlgnse 9fWI8 Tw1Q'1\'

I 't' ;a AI.M,:HU, spin, s11'c tM mpMMie. < U*1aye .n *s apmtottc toners to Owai>
of AaVmtUe, .... and D 9 ra4ar and
M..aMshtrta *
rf 'fHlm"nt ha dren Port UTS' 1 4IA
GAINESVillEHAROlD u"\r St. No.rsrlFlsrU .
311 MAIN ST. h..a .
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wr- "hero to Ki.N>p !.)..' t.. "'..... Flutes. Saw was .*olor. > tkul.r ArthMstofj of MaiWM .

A. JOHNSON AMIUIANCI SERVICE 44t 24 A". s.. '\. I424UI t<( Aimers, who WM K lianas. ,...... .
.. F. 0. fR X1111S.rvio during the Hpantati (1hr > At the ....* the saos e* Atehlishq.i etTbrghent

ST. PETERSBURG KM iuiroasi.. Pi.r. FM_ Leoia death wo tram as A art VI lilt
roa- ll.skes. Qwru solved la ...... K wa shoe ease ...... lu.y H* opsdnelst
/ St. P.laraLr. F.swX.. For 40 Y'ef1 epneled rasa a nossM Prteet Ares* si....... ar.Maur'r. SCRVONS

had twee ....... .tort Ms ,.. Uses at e.4. ardl ll.a. ---
JOHN S. RHODES, Inc., Funeral Directors PHONE 177.7124 pert ...M tsmt tW.. be eso> "...... he. WHIM aepsa b

AMIULANCE SERVICE lleela t.FosMe. ......,. Read .... aad
A. P. BOZA faawe WM bun t* ) M .... ....Masa It the! --.-
peetek.a Ref( s. ..nVrlewry 11111.1 J. lint Leaders. HALIFAX
N. ARMENIA AVI M ltle4. FL .a'4Is ...... InMr .lwae tar. AREA

TAMPA 7. ROIICADownsFord ,. N.11.e hdMn ss+airfIs ... Mob tee. M. we. as.dsMde a

...t ... wee ........ art r (ceder M. Itut SINCE nIl

..... He hM be..5ahl..d. AA.eaessg .. a t+rtett
;lfn Funeral Home Inc. at the Ireas ........ attaawo lows saw a te.e.der 1M ..
+ ..... last tar.Movin9l wed rr l r re4alse..1
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qr Salute to flag on first day of classes

,.p A salute to the flag opened the the children were faculty members Barbara Mancuso; and Slater Peter

first day of school at St. Drendan from the left Mrs. Frieda Bybre; Miriam. The St. Brendan Church U

I Opening day at S f. Brendan School 1 in Ormond Beach lectured with Slater M. Noel, principal; Mrs In the right background. I

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Father Neil A. Sager, the Sisters classes in of the Diocese's -- --- ---- -- .- -- -
one new In el.... Beyond their window is a ." -- -
I of St. Dominie of Blauvelt and the school*. St. Brendan at Ormond view of the other wing of their new ,) \". n'ed
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lay faculty members have begun Death Here are sixth grade pupils school 1"
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Ormond Beach classes "O""LI' 'M" LIST .. .,.
Legion of n. .....,re. "100.
decencyn; ?. ,..,..... a. ....

begin at St. Brendan'sORMOND rates new movies S p.M.h.d.** ,1: 0.. ,77JT' *


BEACH: -Sisters of St. Dominic of Blauvelt. Morally un.b[.ct! nbU for ,.".,.1 patronage 1LI1 i a
Brat Boll!. |1..w of Ik. Lala tarn .< Cartal. Bl4. &
New York, expanded their teaching mission In the Diocese rantr* Tk.l Ck*..il. MrUM .*m.tr MH4r
; this year they were on hand for the Catairr Omau4 MHal. \.,r ..,,,.,.' M...... n.
September opening Ortva" world Macta .........,. Sww4 to ...* ..M.
i of the new St. Brendan School in Ormond Beach. Father N..... Maata Stir 1..al. N'......'..

Neil A Sager welcomed the teachers when they arrived Praam. CM Malar. r,a Tk. MiM M cm4r alt fatal TM.TW*. ._( .Bfk4a4mi. .*. m.

lin his parish: prior to the beginning of the first term of Fall tl tk. |t** .. Mtt*..**l...* .f ..*s.d Ik. w..Unmrln Tt,1eI4
......... "-'. Tk* to a 1.*... 1'11. 4""
the school. Fllpre. Nn )1_"...__ or-._.
school uniforms for the first
AI.I.r. Mjr Ms. led N.H T1.SN.b. Affair,, A
Sister M. Noel O.P.. the salute to the flag at the pole Ole",.... ..... ..,........ ...... ,...... Walki, A
principal. teaches the sixth ..rad.. A Uy staff of teachers outdid In front of their .u ,... "..., Psi N M ...... t...."'....
pariah school and church. Slut .( HtkrlMHtr W"'OI' t ....n..., MI ......
augments tht Dominican fac Inside. ,It.... Ut O.*. kit. W.f ,....r *l Ik. Dra.a*.
ulty.Pie.. shiny new furnUhlnf Tot a...rM ,...,. Tb. V..5. |. 515. ItoUMiiMtadlkl
., floors and chalkboard .,. l>*r'( Iriht'l.1" Hye. tot If........ N ,... 5..
BrrndiM school| h" a were loon throbbing to the U..r_ .......... 1'1,,,.. ., T.cI,.. "..... IM CI..5
l. Jur.r "., Mill .
...room ar.. of two willI'! rhythm of school days, ai the ._...I 1a Mr, uq...... .| ik. plats Wk "1.1.,
hissed with a rovrrr4 arcade faculty set out together with art. Tk. 1U1.." Tk tk* Sr. .-.
f tataaiwi Q...,.., KM4f fr tk. f..fWII4, .*4 Ik'* "'U.. .' Aryit4lgT .
here art tour rUtaroonti In the Ormond Bach children ....... at III*. Itkla W...rf llM -
each wlaf.The on the Important new advrn- al,klM. K.MHaia* Craw N Tnk !. VM ..... A l DavtoBachSt. Paul adds ;;; J
..,. turf of Catholic In If. Mad M.*. M... Mar Vva M... M R.. r._ wing
vducatlpri .. "
Mad M sell.m.. 4 tk. !--a *4 tk
!.. administration a general efflc*area. record In- a brand new Catholic school IA>4 L.>.*lwa Ore..1.e.S*.** f..*.....( __T Tk* r To help accommodate the 543 1 Uoiufrnor, / William J. Multal/y I"A., ot school' till. year are) picture! 14

: faculty" room and a l>r. L pupils I at St. Paul School 'Jn 1.'.r.. PUIrr. M. Gerald O.P. prin( front of the addition.Wtleom .

roast for first std The architectural Argentina starts Morally s ebjectl.eabl.| for .eI"',. aJ .do1etctllh Daytona Beach a new wing has Jpal, and some of the early( ar

atyle fa contemporarywith Art O.. U. lalk ..4 Ik* Itaracai .f Far been added to the present bulldlnf. Pirate. for class cm the first day I
a furor of colonial at A'.sSH I* Uk* It**, Island .f ...*..,.* _. .! l*.aal*.
vocation A.. 44nly. II O-4 ", ee...... S.. ..... M teal If."..,I
indicated In the arched, wlrichildren program N.rda 0-.. ....... ......'. *... fie,* ,. MarA -- -
..1IraHa.{ .r f .M.*c (.. W|. On* *T t>*rka* .-. Tv.tsL.lAtlaMia Beach's St. Paul
The were In their BVEXOS: AI KM CeII..t $.... *4 4 all.. Tk* *>a .*..*>.*
campaign .U underway In Argentina II...... se n........ .,*....*.. Tk. *:.... Tk. Trav.t.ra aeeMrl. Cj
Ceremony heldLLTIM01tIi ........ ..... "- M14..4"" a..* 55.1.1 .. ,.......**
/ to Increase the number Hrl4. I. Ik* S.. tl--al<..i. Tae ....,. *f VM*.*<* School adds classrooms Ptehw. LLOYD COX
: on rive of iTwtU and SWUM. IMiSlH. for ...-. rs M*.wr M MMI ...... H.... Ponti' eee l f a Ssottalt'otlr' '
r>......>. ".. ... Tk. iii.*.. N Ik.* IN ...* Trato Ml Office Suppr.Alllmlasne ..
"<- ttuns of the School Sister* of The camoaJtn was started ca....* *.._.. I. Wha D* tntm ...... DAVTn.VA UriAHl, Attendance of Sod pupils In ilLraw' a.".* wth' )
JVotre' Dam Mere given their MIX L4r%*>.. i.*.,.*. art fHrt CL M471
sa a result of the derisions of Claus. 0...... .*..m .M a...a.. TV Jkhool here this year U mad more comfortable by .
Orsl.04th. Lash Street
.z; .mission crown by BeJtl- the strand pastoral confer- CklMran ..1b 0.4..r.i. .1........ I. the occupancy of the new Khonl addition l Mnnalcnor \Vil. 141.y. (- III
)nOr.', Archbishop La.'renceJShehan l....4 I.., M.* a TaU ,...... 5..b.
cote on 'YJ.UfM'ponIIlI' ",.... ...... t.vn w* *t ARMS ....... Allis. Ism J, Wullally p.A.. 1'.F?
[ In a departure meloony "Mv" Ul to *.._ Tat...... TkTWtM .. f"uawlaJ. .IA 15. MP+en the Ms.lets
held at the Cathedra of by the Argentine hierarchy. O. .*. t 1'11. Ur4 .< Ik. n... <4 II AHT pastor, anneuwes.Th '"f M flMiklntr r.m. from Rid. AHONDA

1 Vary Our Queen on August :2. Tile ro.l.r,_, all**4.4fcr far*,l rtrvnC pbs rwsK Mss T>.r- G o...... Tl.......*...TVity I..*.. .>Mttlnnalbring 1 ,............M IHaw..M. N.w YMI, a Mil. .
I Tour of the Sisters will leave .. to I II ih* niMal.r ... .
lrtU 'raw all part .( Tkt Mw*>* ..a% ,.ft/ ? rM T.s I form for DotlrU. and one wilt rhea./ T....... Nay.. lb T? 1514... w.1 Mf.lnc.IIar.n r.tt.5e.dfee .. TtIt huh wtws. d.p Pr.e1/111.00
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8 The Florida Catholic 11 1964 ... --
Friday, Sept. Sharing our treasure

Mass guide
Convent for Franciscansnew
Friends books light way tolayman's SUNDAY September 13
,.. 17th Sunday after Pentecost .

at Melbourne Central Mass of Sunday Glo

/ important post ria.)Creed. Preface of Trinity

MELBOURNE-Father Peter C. Dolan, president of :
I the world's popula MONDAY September II
Central Catholic High School in Melbourne, has announced With
Exaltation of the HolyCross. I
soaring at an un-
fall of 190 studenU. Several
a registration new .j
precendented rate the need (Mass of feast, Gloria.
new members have been added to the faculty.The : for lay participation In the Creed Preface of the Holy

new Stella Maria convent will be ready during the missionary apostolate of the Father Cross)

coming week for the Sisters of St. Francis who staff the t "' j Church Is daily becomingmore John A. TUESDAY September 15

school. '-I : urgent. We shall never Seven Sorrows of the
ground of the Central Catholic O'Brien
New members of the faculty fkhooL \ achieve Christ's goal of bringing II" Blessed Virgin Mary. (Mass
Include Sinter Francis Imelda k I I ,:.!'.tcp the whole human race In of the feast of Friday In
O.S.F., freshman adviser and The upper floor consistsof : to Ills Mystical Body unless Passion Week, Gloria, 2nd

business teacher: Mrs. M. eight bedrooms and the IsDominicans' ", every Catholic becomes a real Prayer of St. Nlcomedes, Sequence

Fields, librarian; and SydneyU. superior's suite. The chapel >r. .'?- apostle. Ijr the foundation of the Creed. Preface of

named, freshman adviser with I Its cathedral ceiling Is '. -- ....: .. .. '- .. .-".j... "We art not Chrlntlan for Church bjr Christ who. authorized Blessed Virgin.)
and teacher of general science, on the first floor, apart from ourselves alone," says Pop It to teach all nations WEDNESDAY, September 18

physics and chemistry. the rest of the house. The convent MelbourneFather Paul VI "but alto for oth..". and promised. to bt with, Itall Sts. Cornelius and Cyprian.

Those who have returnedare vestry, the reception hall, the All Christians are called to days even unto the consummation (Mass of several martyrs,

Father Lawrence P. Red. parlor, the community room, of the world. Gloria 2nd Prayer of Sts.
Is Marie Rose O.P. spread their faith.
the the kitchen the Peter C. Dolan pictured Looking on are Sister ,
mond teacher of religion Euphemia and companions
; the to the convent to Sister left and Sister John Baptist O.P. This But every organization
Mother M. Marguerite O.S.F. laundry, the pantry, utility giving key The Catholic laymancomes Common Preface.)
principal; Sister Kathleen room, storage space and the Kathleen Marie O.P., principal of Mel year's faculty includes eight Dominican In dally contact with which Is to function effectively THURSDAY September 17

Francis, senior adviser; Sister garage complete the tint bourne's Our Lady of Lourdes School Sisters. more non-Catholics than most must Christ have appointed a head. Accordingly Peter, (Mass of previous Sunday
floor. Pi tests and thus has the
Drendan Francis opportunity
junior of
the chief of His Apostles, to 2nd Prayer of Impression
adviser; Sister Virginia Mary to tell them about be the head of Ills Church on stigmata of SL Francis.
and Sister Catherine Sean St. John'sexpands Brevard parish builds Over 250 enrollin his wonderful religion. "Prot. earth. Common Preface, or. feastof

sophomore advisers. estants asking questions about Impression of stigmataof

Raymond R. Robbins director for Ocala schoolOCALA the Church" points out Irvin The long line of pontiffs St. Francis,Mass of feast,
of boys' athletics, also convent for Dominicans Arkin, a former Lutheran stretching from Peter to the Gloria Common Preface..)

has resumed his duties with Blessed Trinity minister and a convert "don't present Pope, testifies both to 18
the boys. school MELBOURNE; -Our Lady of Lourdes School, Bre- School opened here last week want to be told to go see a its antiquity and its authority St. Joseph September of Cupertino.
year with Father William G. Corry Priest. Most Protestants art to teach In Christ's name.
This vard County'a first Catholic school boasts a new convent
year the senior claw (Mass of feast, Gloria Common -
and the Sisters of St. Benedict sincere In their antagonism The establishment of a supreme
has been added and activities one this Preface.)
year. welcoming 128 boy. and 130 toward the Church. They authority has safeguarded
have been planned for the more teaching Sister, one last week with of
School reopened a faculty eight SATURDAY, September 19
classroom and bus girls In grades 18. labor under thousands of misconceptions the integrity of the
new a new
coming year. These Include Adrian Dominican Sisters Sts. Januarius, and com
and only intelligent teaching of the Church and
the establishing of a national to accommodate the 575 children teachers. were taught by an all lay faculty Four Sinter from the panions. (Mass of several
for and five lay articulate answers can its unity. Wherever one enters
honor society, a student council who were registered until December mot her house at Han Antonio
martyrs, Gloria, Common
Approximately flOf\ pupils satisfy their doubts"If a Catholic church, he
selection of class rings the September opening of St. Florida, four .lay
Joined by
registered In the eight gra.l.sand feels at home because he assists
and the editing of the first John Vlanney SchooL later M. Kile* O.P. prlnclpal teachers on the faculty aerv every Catholic would
kindergarten and there at the same Holy Sacrifice SUNDAY, September 20
and Mister Theresa Mar.girdt
school annual The school l !I. In its fourth are two first, second and third 0.", arrived by appointment Ins the r-chool. Muter Matilda. really "lift" hla. faith and of the Mass receives the 18th Sunday after Pentecost -

The new roavent \I. a two.torlrd year of operation.. Father grade classrooms. from their tnotherhoon Ann O.H.B. returned a. principal. strive In a prudent way la same sacraments and hears (Mass of Sunday Gloria

' building located on Vincent F. Hmllh and hU share It with others by explaining the same GoepeL Creed, Preface of Trin
In Adrian 2 19M.:
on January ,
The content with all ter.razxo It and answering"
florid Avenue, adjoining the |>arUhloner. will build Inn The other Sisters are Sister ity.)
more rla..rooma at the arhool floors on the tint floor Under the administration of Sister and questions about It, we would, Helpful to me were" two
before of IMS. has a chapel.There ). the Father Leona Virginia win, a million or more converts other book: f'f.., of
September pariah by Joseph! Sister Either.Children 600
IJfe" and "The Imitation of registerat
a year.
the second sectionof
ORLANDO Last year was the first that Is an entrance hall Barry have an opportunity (.hrl...."
St. John's had all eight two reception rooms, two four classrooms was addedto to study the Spanish language The fruitfulness of bearing St. Charles

WINTER PARK grades. It had begun with spare bedrooms with connect the Melbourne parish In the sixth and seventh witness to his holy faith Is I received Instructions from

four grades. ing bath large living and dining school Ht also built the grades and French In Illustrated In the conversion Father Eugene L. Dore C.S.C., o R L A X D O Monsignor

rooms, kitchen pantry church and completed a third the eighth. of Harold L. Coleman now at Holy Cross Church. South Charles A. Bartok and members
This the Sisters of St.
Complete Pest Control Francis year of Glen Riddle Pennsylvania work room for art work, laundry addition to the school. Extracurricular activity I I the lay promoter of diocesan Bend and was received Into of the faculty of St.

LEWIS.COIIOOERMINATING sent Sister Doloresto room utility room and The convent constructed by during the year will be the development and public relations Christ's true Church. On the Charles School welcomed 600

Orlando In addition to the large garage. In the upstairs Father Dolan, Is the newest sports of basketball volley of the Fort Wayne.South following day I had the happiness boys and girls in grades 18

CO. Sisters who were there last of the new convent 11 bedrooms building In the pariah.Is. ball, football and track.noted Bend diocese. lie is probably of receiving our Euchar- when classes resumed for the
laeorponUA 1141 art provided In addition the first layman In the USA.to fade Lord In Holy Communion current scholastic year.
year. She teaches the fifth ._ _
lilt WUlra4 > < fill
.,... pr-r.0. SUSIMSERVICE grade 10 a superior s room. Carlton serve in such an important and that day will always There are eight Sisters of
All the floors on the second Hayes, office. Ht tells us of the chain be a memorable ont in my St Joseph and nine lay teachers -

A large segment. of schoolchildren story are of oak of events that Influenced him lift. I married Dorothy Re ha, on the faculty. Sister Mar

nil travel, 71 back on and base forth-peraon to* Father Peter C Dolan prt-. historian is buriedAFTON thus: a devout Catholic and God garet Victor principal Is
has blessed! us with seven joined on the staff by Sister
St. John Vlanney School dally aides over the parish school I grew up among Catholicsand children.

from McCoy Air Force Bast. with this faculty (NC) Carlton J. II. Hayes, diplomat lay from my childhood was Marie Antoinette Sister Mary
Interested In their religion. Each year my holy faith Stephanie Sister Rout Catherine
Another busload of children Sister Kathleen Marie. principal leader and of America's most giften historians was
& from Klsslmmtt makes the Sister John one When I was but twelve a means more to me. Instead of Sister Mary Bartholomew. -

long round trip to St. John's grade; 8; Sister Marie Baptist ROM, burled In this upstate New York village on September 4 neighboring Catholic family a penance: Confession has become Sister Miriam Francis,
SALES Invited me to Sunday Mass, source of comfort and Sister Mary Susanna and Sister
each day grarlt 7; Sister Mary Grace, where he had been born 82 career wert linked closely
joy. The frequent of Michael John.
and that visit kindled an Interest reception
In addition, the parish also
grade ft Miss Mary Waldrop,
; earlier. with Columbia Universitywhere
Holy Communion The school activities In-
tends busload of Us which bas never died. providesont
a grade tk; and Mrs Hilda Kickttt ht taught and wrote
of with the elude band
An tmatlius profMnor Later I bcam acquainted strength and basketball track
school agt youngRters back grade 4. lit was the author of numerous
history at Columbia University with Thomas (Creek a zealous courage to put Christ's exalted and swimming team.Subscribe .
Hofpofnf Sales and forth to Bishop Moors Also" Sister Corona books on European nationalism moral code Into
Mary creditedby Catholic who explained many practice In Ms
Mr. )
High School 'In Orlando. Hayes was and on the politicaland
and Mrs. Regina Scott the things about the religion and dally IIle.Attendance.
many persona with keeping cultural history of the Atlantic
third gradt teachers; Sister its practice. Ht taught me at Sunday MassIs now
WALTER MENGE3 Sean Michael. and Mrs. Cath- Spain neutral during community.Mr. how to say the rosary, which the supreme event of the

SERVICE ON ALL Clothier Tea lien arms Klbhllng second grades; WorM War II while ht, was Hayes was converted' to soon became one of my favorite week enabling one to offer

Tit finest !. Men's Wear Sister Mary Oonsalva antI United States ambassador to Catholicism In 1904. the year prayers. God our homage, gratitudeand

JOe N. OIMJfGR AV}. Ststtr Stella Mary, first that country. he was' graduated from Columbla. love. God grant that I ORLANDOWINTER
MAJOR Across From at. .James grades; and Mrs. Edith Hanna, Ht joined the Columbia I read Th Faith.. of Mil- may be able to share my pre
Ht died of a heart ailmentIn Iluna" which brlnf oat clear.Moss .
kindergarten. faculty In 1 W7 at the age cious treasure with many PARKFAIRVIEW

APPLIANCES Mrs. Hanna acted as principal nearby Sidney New Yorkon of 25. Ht retired 43 years other!

when the school was September 3. A Requiem later as Seth Low professor in Spanish is

BISHOP MOORE first opened! by Father Robert Mass was celebrated In St. emeritus of history and devoted STEVENS
PALMER Hruah in September of 19M.: Agnes church hert. the rest of his life to
set in Puerto/ Rico/
Grades out through seven Except for the years between writing and to lecturing at Cleaners & Laundry

ELECTRIC PRICED 1943 and 1043 when ht such places as the Universityof LINOLEUM-fLOOR TILE .........
1695 Notre Dame and Boston N.t, Jl'ISC) -Ust of FREE ESTIMATES
served as a diplomat In Spain Dependable Fabric Cart
Phone FROM New films and during World War I College. Spanish In parts of the Mass S2S Park A,.. SouthPh. ..... .. a. M.Ctnar
644.8561 and administration of ascramenu MI -4-7102. Winter Park Ul$ Edgewafer: Or U aft
a..I0. _.... ... .-.. ,... when ht was an Army Intel.llgence 111. fellow eUlorian elected In Puerto Rico wtU begin
Anytime hr tau &..e..t ._.... : officer his lift and him president "( the. American November 29. Bishop Luis

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Moral/! unobjectionable HUlorlral. .\* Apontt Martinet of Ponce: has
171 JicVtoit Avsnut PHont GA 7-US2 lor general patronait Council have and hU. '..'01... Tolllkal.. said hert. GOLDEN DONUT INC.

Wml.r P.1orId. I 14 N. Oreftft" Avtnvt I.l\ KI.V HKT Tit t: Univ.) to and 'I"lal" l IIMorj of Modern In mid-August, auxiliary Tslt 'Em Hoent"
In ISIS. .
MARL rorriM Europe, published Bishop Juan de DIne Lopes FRESH DONUTS PARTY MINIATURES

(Buena Vista womon auditors was for many years a *land of San Juan, chairman of the Open 4JO: A.M. ft 10:10 P.M. CWJ Monday

Morally .oltjl'c1..ltl.. for .rd college le ,bon'. Puerto Rican conference of 1070 North Orlando" Ay."ut (rtqK.y (17.97))

adnli and adoleweaia r.\"TF.U'UCU.I'O ISO Mr. Hayes lived long enoughto Bishops, announced the Holy Winter Part fSo t 447-312

WATKiNS MIHT; turn TO TAKIH -Pfcpt Paul VI has announced ... many of hU causes vindicated Set had authorised the vernacular

PAINT WALL PAN WKM. MK Ml M.OWKKHtl'nlr Invited to attend certain of honors.In .
The ftMnlh la to used will ORLAXDO'S KEIf'EST end
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\mniriuKTHirman (Fox) Ht safcl. women auditor of Malta, a recipient of thtUwtart C'h
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MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN would. h* drawn from tell Medal from Notre Italir rp'aZ,1
parts .f the "....
glow congregations and major Damt In 1914 lad Cardinal
COMM.rTC: lilXXKRA TO GO J. Heidrich CathvUe women's organ!**. Olbbnn Medal frm the Cath At the semi tithe the vernacular '

Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $1.00 & Sent ..... Tnt rft, n
Bucttt greup of nuns SefHeothrr I W19 amt the CMhoMr Action this .Wand It wtB also! Hart
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Dinner $1.15 teat and almost! stmtwMc* received honorary dt- prtoewbn ...9eI Puerto N1u

opw M>W a LOC.UIOXI TO stunt YOU Ht act laws women audi greet frets Notra me. NWacara Rim. :

Hwy 1T-SJ fern Tark TB S4J14 lops w uM attend Mvtrtl) s..1! Unlver...., FordnamVnivtrtHy The Holy Se* has atHhtrist -

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The new apostles

i 1 .' .. < I Tlr CT continuesin

Ten7e/ Indians find havenBy Largo

UUU.o-St Patrick School
Glenn D. Klttlrr The mission facilities could gvldanr they receive daring' here had an opening day enrollment -
It was late. The Nebraska accommodate SO children. these formative years late of 301 pupils. They
night was cold and dark. Father soon had hun .
over a xrfntthrnrd them for th emhled for morning pray
The Priest had Jim finished dred. AU had dire back rhaUrnfr of adult life. era anal salute to the flat!;
his breviary and WM preparing grounds most of them lived joined by their teachers, the
for bed when he heard the In squalid hovels, many were Most of Father's young A t i r, Sisters of Mercy of Worces
voices out on the lawn. Ills Illegitimate some already alumni have gone through I I ter Massachusetts and their
first thought wa that Home had criminal record, few high school arranged by parish J'rl.sts.Ionahtnor:
of the boy must have slippedout had gone to school, none had him; some went through college 1r John McNulty: V.Q. and Fa-
of the dormitory for a bit any religious training.To and some of these han thor Kmllla Garcia
of mischief He put on a coat risen high In business and
and hurried ouulde. support them Father Industry One girl\ became a Grades art double through
Frank had to beg On Sun- Sister. the filth grad at St. Patrick
There were 10 of them boy.
and girls the oldest In days, h* spoke at as many as Opening St. Patrick's School in Largo where eight grades are taught.
their day
seven Masses in seven dif There are of course, similar Four new classrooms are unler -
early teens. Father did not ferent U' 'homes' across the country < construction and should
towns ekdj he
know any of them He asked: called on businessmen In>s Win-, which perhaps do more. Monsignor John I*. McXulty'a above for morning prayer and convent Sister of Mercy of Wor b* computed by the first of

Who are you! What are you nebago and Omaha. Evenings In numbers or scope, for the parochial school resumed lasses salute to the flag before the) new tester Mansachu ctUi, staff the the year.

doing here at this time of he wrote everybody whose young whose family circumstances last week following the summer school year began. Under construction school. The for r additional rU....

night' address he could get hold of. put them In the position holiday The children of St Patrick at the school are four new riMim will bring the ..mtwrIn

A boy asked. l: ".. thl. 8u Slowly, arduously Monslgnor of needing the special School in Largo assembled classroom and an addition to the the school to 14 rla*.room*.
Aagi'tlne'sT" Hubman built his Indian help. nut what makes Father

children's Tillage, today providing Frank mission& distinctly college The completion of the eon
Tes, it is." a home and elementary portant is that h* has detlicat Opens Sports comment vent is also being undertaken
"Are you Father Frank school education for 150 ed himself to the Indiana the (,tH. India (NO>> -A new amt ,when constructed the

"Teg.* boys and girls between six and abandoned Anerlcln.'ho.. college for women. Carmel unit will serve IS Slsttrs.
"Our parent brought ui 16. because of the aceklent: of (ColtfK! of Arts and Set Baseball stir fans
pennant races
here" their birth could hop for ence has been opened at suburban
"Where are your parent** Mot Important the character nothing from Ute without M.irgao by the Car Enrollment at
been a long. Urn since UUhsnlv.n.! p.Mwlhlr AnsI'1?
Father mellte Sbters.
asked glancing him.
around training and spiritual I Itboth
-- -- .- -. --,__'w' __ of baseball's major Joe by replier standards was nota Ol DUI rt....>U..**
1 lifu) made the Septemberti top Yanke team For authentic "" ..rll lua""v:,
They left Bald the boy, 51IIJI
jul home ,with the leaden non pNrvlla you'd hate
They aid we are to stay h1t for
here with )'QU," so bunched the chart r:: to g.a t hack ti> the days of 830 students
",. Pic'key, Ruth Of'hrler.mt-,
Father sighed heavily. So r r finds it Impossible Inti .
It had happened again: waifs I ') .ho'U last long enough espert's tufting Horses. I "' k.Ijisttrl T.\\1 r.\ -On of the "larger
left at the door "Come Inside n: either division, to 'f'tl) and' (Winy \lnnr schools In the Dtocrs* Is Our

," he said, "before you the wire flist ti.wpolst This h tti,* Mm Yankee Ally of Perpetual Help Acadk
catch cold. Are you hungry c t 1 The Yanks han moved ui\ t.al1that WM drawing all- .my her. It has a kindergarten

*" They were, and to they the Finites are beginning t> time rave a year ago. Actually soil Includes all grades
were fed. s' 'etier the Reds are hangingIn llmlnt the Hn stripes I It woukl. figure lo be front 1 to 12. The enrollment
For 20 >'ean, Father Frank there and the Cards are ruml'4'\l| l to another. American a Mtr. tm. Though" hobbling this year has rearhH a..ttO

actually Monsignor FrankJ. 'aJ tl T sing up much as they dill league innant, nctwtth Mantis KM mail great|< dents
Hulsman had been providing :2t' a ,ar ago when they won 10 standing only minimal' help er cuntrihot uns, Maria has Our Udrcf Perpetual )(*tpAp
a home for young Indians ct KX or thereabout. from Mickey Mantle' not sertoi full time. anti' (\)"'\(",. ..l.my Is staffed by the
who had been orphaned much inor from Kog.r Mark Houton amt IVpiton have Hchoiil SUtsrs of Notre Dsm.
-. 1h* 110. Con lied l Sol This c-f RUttrs a.. klc'at..t
or abandoned or taken from anti a barely brtsk-evrn wit- host a.trI\I\J eapalenr.PS. order
their :Ii manager Johnny Pesky 4t In Europe. In :M state of the
families for their own put by Ralph Terry, | hlng
Yanks will haw tb. tskl..
l< Allots the -go ) row Unit.!
Scats In Japan
good tiually they ram on. ace
u. far M Mickey Mantle cn b.l..t pulled away fnts she. loam Puerto Hlco and South
or two at a time this night
; ,
This the ttssU.. which
(' try them". far as the WM on 11.147To Amrrlta. Th* central mfolth.rohcUq
he practically 1fIJa whole 1 conch hit Is concerned this the claim! for unequaled. ..| iuptrtorlty -
tribe Well he could not refuse WM .-..in..l It login. with, the "label| cf l. In Koai. The pro.
I* true but Mhltey Ford withan pr
vtnclsl IMt.h.rhow. for the
them. They needed Mm. 1 unhampered pitching alt l N4tKl down to the asusttlon grit WM absurdly' unwsrrsnml
It was difficult to explainto )It even haveheat eastern province. to which
that th Yankees rich
llry also kmks as a vitally were' so
n rl people, this need of so C. Iup i ,(wrtant key. In talent they nwM win d.! eontrlvml to emphasli,
many Indian children In our classes rbis.ly with their Junior by way of .-trut. the meiNorrlty *. M.'l.Ind.
land of plenty and It was one Holy Name begin Mere *alr leaUHsf w. vsrrtly.riMklent. of th* MH( In the In MrvcurrlcuUr ctlvtU| .,
of the problems Father Frank were ...... asked. I* rrf|>t h* l... of unfitting their rurlou the Aadmy offers gU. eluls
faced In raUIng. funds to support Student of Holy Name School In children shown here are using the the ,r*..t 4ajr >.w fork who timidly" spf1If! M. It hsck psrsmedtos, national' furnal4
his mission at Wlnneba- Gulfport returned to classes this week achool library for needed' research tank*** .. ... greaNt' k_ tur.d that victory obtained flr-L The .up.rUllvts, of "M (.ague, itu lnt council school

go, 80 miles north of Omaha. for the atari of the new year The work and extra study. |..U|| !... eau put| l-t..ih,r bg under these rfvmlttlon was are running a poor *er.n Most people thought of Indians ..*. Mlr,la .r magi .U.s a Irlbut to Yanks prowA lheralltlaif, .aloud ., sodality! !Imyt' and girls'.parts :
only when they saw .A. than -An.. .Itidliflm.-......-... nf the Yank** teams sklom x i.nr_. v | .u .nJuurnaltsm snd

them being killed In western cclffti"Ut.t.Mw.rt ostracised) lest thmilvs. This ono rlub.

few people realized that In Gulf port adds 8th Getting to school with safety as haters or heathens. makes a hal>lt e( It Mental
Nebraska and other western pee unity* dls.l
states lived thousands of In- Name Br Mary Tl.l.jr luljr .flernu.s. a.M.t tb. (rvwlagb Hardly a day goes by without f* dlsns In abject poverty with grade Holy .s.r4a *f Ind1M.According .. the newspaper r.t.TttnrCyrU time from neutral M'Urc.- nr t"*tn team outright, In ORLANDOWINTER
Sri It* companion evils. A swarming j-opuUc* *- Accident raUl". "lk>rInjurwl managers and players win half a....*." fam** the lass
OVIJTOHT When Bp- each rooming to the National tJUl' bsiifel other Yankee. In ... .
Father Frank discovered merges on Jllks, Cyclist s .* r.rs| weeks, PARK
this for Mmjwtf when while Umber classes opened this during these mid,September Safety Council. "Must of the Hurt" son combat and WotH Hrl*,
The pltfhlng., glowinglyhall "
I a seminarian, he spent his particularly! between youngsters have been told strlfr Iltll )McKvchnl Lea
year at Holy Name School In days Anybody who drives, and .i ,In the spring Is thin, Inpersonnel
summer vacations working at the hours of eight and nine how to get to school Mftly.Itut that lwmrher! Jimmy 'u... Oats
Gulfport, it marked the first kiss being kSdadon' means prsctkrally everyone |" trrstle In $'*r .rmanr -
Indian missions o'clock, a popular pager tot know the panic caused by HsrtMtt. I'le Trayiior, House
that the school *. The bullion Is stocked
young remember the
year always
>* on Its way Jut at the Johnny Pesky and such. The
Or alit.4 !I. INS. b. vola. offered! eight grade and kindergarten time office, factory and other right way to do thing by a eyillst weaving In amp group readiest mull I* n. with sin .. wrong steers by eriBeel'oa '
out rhea l of csr oe twId
teerrd fvr mlaalua work sad your the snitits. a rlpartmnt In .
WM' algae4 U MC A.,... according to Father workers ass raring to mak "Younger eMMrrn especially. It WMrh way Is M .,....* Ua... The HUlers el Ik. Frank Goodman. Crude d.adllne.0 punefi a time ." IK* CuMSteil weHtsMes, headed* You veer to the ..n. rat vrf fiunt m*" UK. lUHImnr Ankle irl.. ..e..s M
Blessed I $.rrsrnl ka4foftadrd I was added this year rtnck or trip an sfifwtotinMH, 1 rk e.pfrtf>c* which toils Ih* right., tit hU. nit Mm LagA.teasriett.g." earl ,1 W0.lst
43 mttltMi ch4Mr ar* this. them su>os 'mHy what to
tbe MlMtosi >. 1WM wsy You envision your the cMMt I. aIiMf I.r a ..
.. a bvn. for ..ula.In Holy Nam was before In operation th.SMt. year making. a bttf for d> In an unii>eet* for two year Id ooL .
tragedy prnreo wMhowt In city way STIAK.
19H the Sisters had to ." of St. IXMniaric came Car pool drivers.HUfig t.Meft NIiC rooulp.ed, that title.dr. nt.C''fIfotI.. Utos lays ti r"w. mnAf' .". ewiwnrlwte. I. the FOIO MCTOir DflAllKSAVI ON A SKIWI8IW ,
move elsewhere, and Father from Adrian MkMgest. to at the wheel. perhaps r* prepared. for anything' hood th* |nir* was faced' with t choir of take charge of the etbod'aadministration. irritated at a IU 1M4Bf> letting the mission COM! or a ytilowturntoig. rot chill dMMng. Into th* If thy are to Uued 1M"tter sivi. WiMtMng In c..
taking It over himself. Ht TN.y.ar. they welcwne 214 light; car pool methe,.. ""nremd streHi probably nr a ball, with safety, in* outrun. II.( if.rVK this- 1h. tieIllw ,a.. Opa" "..".'

took It over students Two Sisters and 10 over the pr-erhoolr that. they glee an vn greater' Prei b lbl ,,s.. .lttst..ta and Itrvwn In .f-1. 10 'I.JO-L.,.. '1.90
Even today, most Indians lay teachers serve on th* In the beck seal who may he'swing margin of safety en rainy *e heir tblMre M* | 5.Me* a r. I* the l IMN H; rVwis Lull aywng 1 I lees ee e.d L CW..I

fling to the religion t c theirforefathers staff down with something slick streets and keep their !kaMU Shelf lAce wish skill. green Nn4)>> lack e< 4M e. .eesma.M. ... c.5....ss..eeae..t .MN 1.eta
a paganism with Father Goodman noted that .' doggedly drive shoal ears In tiptop mechanical. .. haw sad .b. in* plate. sad K.y noils. Sr, CII.I. -.ease a.rw.Iee
M .t lk
little morel dUrlpUn Father there are eas*.t In the SpanUh r r., -
to discharge their rutwttUoa.AU 'u..hl Lopsfl sisal fag HtUI Wlf U 9Wlf
psa.engers. serge birt" .......... ...
reccgnlied that mission Jirla.ralHd lang-nag for the ..
a* Catholics, were through the eighth gro>s as TlKM 44 MllltoN |MBglet .g ..... Nan w. abash .... ......... Ism N sNeask.
marrying pagan men and .-.111. a teacher. for hHJral *f **r .afl
drifting from the\ Faith. For education In the school. Th .!... urge I* b* ....,....4 I* mien. 1'- ,..sagAMMkac. bt the NUT show lee. eeM base .ede 55.5Sea. bare a face staff.*4 fee year fssjlff I
........ ... ...... b. .IM finis feel IU .,
this reason, h* started takingIn Spanish etas*** are new 14 ,b .L U that H U better' for a ..,...
boys u well ___ __ their third' year h* M!
; ro4' rah k. :: Let facing Usffle. .*4nwgti \ ** J Met lu* Wall Prlte 1cLWLe I

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guard. r Jis SMS* H 10M"' .....4. Duck Inn
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10 The Florida Catholk.Fridaf, Sept. 11, 19&

Oldest Mission tradition brings

npW Prptf; : in 5Jpp Citv for i Cathedral parish opens

... .
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((..II..d ..... pee 1) )11/cd in a statue of bronze mission program of renovation

of the executed by the late Prof. a uperlal Ma ,4
history of the Kindlng )Ivan Mextrovlc a world renowned of ", .. ... ec.......4 f... .*>. I) Mullally graciously posed
Hpanlsh; founders on the spot,
artist. It was Father event will... ; planned by Archbishop Joseph with Monsignor Burns, Mrs.Pellicer .
8 15f 5.
September ,
Lxipej' who celebrated the next |Issue. M J P. Hurley and his predecessors. and her son X. L.Pellicer .

They posed for a picture in Mass on the day, :EMI*! year. (Catholic) i Sr.

front the first of the Spanish monument diocesan to ago, when Pedro Menendez After the After timing the first Concelebrafionof
founded St. .
the oldest Father Auguntlne.Ceremonies orexan hovel of earth where tbe
Priest in parish,
Lopez, who In immorta- ( at the oldest their ". congregation/ Ma assembled, Mass /o open
Monsignor Monnlxnor tonally wan fullowrd -

nled them by four other Priests, council session

Priest views achievementsof Vent There In breaking ground, )l.n_lf l-
hoQne of the l 1 nor Hirni" )Ie. .Ia I o r tc..oa.N) fr. Ml I.

seph who i i Harold F. Jordan, Father Mlrbarl which opened the second Hie

using liturgy in EnglishST. Diocese h t'. (:.nnon and Father lon.'

new Priests David n Mb.... an a"l-.Unt No formal procession of the

Inns (NC) Father Frederick R. McManus, a breakfast pastor at the Cathedral. council Fathers will take

Catholic University of America professor who was elect. Louis place. Instead they will find
Degree Knights
rd president of the Liturgical Conference, was asked to Frederic Columbus formed an honor their places individually and

cum up the achievements of the 25th annual liturgical ters. guard during the ceremonies. be in position before the arrival

week after iU close recently. He told the NCVVC News Father The ground was also brokenby of the Pope. Pope Paul.
Cardinals and concelebranti
of Sister I 1.
Service one of their number,
: Paul J. Halllnan. The session of the will enter St. Peter's throughthe
Charle Manb+calco, who Is
"On the surface, this liturgical was planned a* a tribute to She I I. baillca's atrium or front
the local grand knight, and by
week was principally a Monsignor Martin Hellrlegel School In porch. Before entering the
X. 1.. Pellicer, general chair.
great testing ground for the of St. Louis, celebrating his The church proper the Pope will
new man of the Cathedral's fund
English: liturgy expected for golden jubilee a* a Priest Asa pas descend from the portable
their for the restoration.
general celebration In the pioneer In the field of par. front throne and will walk down
Kenan A child Michael Stover, rep-
United States next November lab liturgical awakening, be is the nave of the great church
gUll tint on resented the coming generation
29. Since the translation used had long sensed the mind ; at between the rows of standingFathers.
September 1 of Cathedral' parishioners
were adopted by the American and needs of the Church. of .
their called
a. Monsignor Burns
Bishops provisionally and The first workday of the
"The diverse Implications of
oc'ese, for the small boy forward from
were derived from available, the council's teaching were council will be on September
the edge of the congregationto
existing. revisions, they were brought out at the same sewslon Monsignor. turn a shovel of earth. 15 when the 18th general
naturally subjected to much congregation of the council
by the Spaeth Foundation One of the venerable persons .
private discussion. Only the .Cardinal Lercaro awardsIn will discuss the schema on the
ovation present for the occasion
New Testament passages readat the Liturgical Conference'sarchitecture on nature of the Church.
was Mrs. Josephine Pel1lcer.9t ,
week and
the Manxes from the forthcoming '
competition. Thllyear' .
\ She can recall Bl hop
week for every
edition of the altar content, won by KlllottII. : s
terview the Diocese of St Augustine St. Joseph
missal were entirely new, the
Brenner of Lafayette, Indiana has had. After the
work of members of the Catholic fur his plans for the
groundbreaking, Monsignor
view to .
Iilbllcal Association of Catholic chapel at Purdue principalsserve

America.Rrpealrdly. University, wa intended to ordination, Titular SeeWAMHINGTON

demonstrate how churches opening
the participantsIn (XC)-Pope areas
the meeting.. adverted to can satisfy the council's requirement ( ) seven old
Paul VI has tranllf.rredBlllhop
two great problem createdby of structure really ltrrlH. Francis Sisters of St Joseph servingas
R. Reh from
the welcome use' of Kng-: created for the liturgical sere in and streets the diocese of Charleston, principals of high school

)U-h l for the part of M*** Ices themselves and for the paved South Carolina In the Diocese this year are:
to the titular
designated, by tb. American full participation of the peo see of Macriana in Maure- Jacksonville, Bishop Kenny.

rpls'opatet'Flrat pie units, and plane tania, Archbishop Egldlo Vag- High School, Sinter Thomas
The ecumenical I I consequent been ar
Joseph) ; Orlando Bishop
a need for a sounder ( nozzl apostolic delegate In
the thou-
and of the
es purpose TAMPA. Moore High School SisterMary
III I bile II 1 appreciation and the United States, has announced
Constitution the expected
on Liturgy classrooms here. Martha; St. Augustine,
orientation of clergy and people were symbolized by the presence carnation Con- St Joseph Academy, Sister
If the full of Bishop Itch was recently
of nonCatholic miles long Herbert and Sarasota
many landing the Mary ; ,
named rector of the North
liturgical rite. In English Is to '
Christians spokesman for body
first four Cardinal Mooney High School
lie appreciated; second), a need whom was the Rev. Canon of Bl > American College In Rome as Sister Mary. dmlllus.

for clarity and solemnity on Don Copeland, founder of the I'mll, the. ; of Don successor to Archbishop Martin Principals of elementary
the part of Priests and )lectorsIn Utrred In J, O'Connor who resigned'
World for Lltur
new Center schools in the Diocese: are
the recitation of the klnilergaiten because of the Increasing pressure .
English glcal Studies In Boca Raton
of work In several these Sisters of St Joseph:
ponltlons -
texts Mbmtl
Florida.Date. end new of .. he holds In Vatican administrative Fernandina Beach St. Michael ..
"One expected problemwith School Sister Mary.
attend rbu .
" vernacular den lop. advanced Gregory; Gainesville, St. Pal-

went seems minimal after the Canadian rick School Sister Mary Gen
Tbexe Bishop
PAN JIM, (!loa (.NC) prr-
experience of the liturgical akllne.
. mission has been granted by and are | t'AMTKM.A.MOl.rO; : (M)
week Masces."I Jacksonville, Christ t h eKing
the Holy See to the )Indian lighted -Pope Paul VI has named
School Sister Mary
addition t. a wide pro.gram lilihopa to advance the date tuers. Father Gaston hams as auxIliary

of slnclng* part of the of the public exptwltlon of the Father will clone Bishop of st. Hyaclnlhe, Kthelburga; Holy Rosary

three low Maine, the people remain of Kt Francl* Xavier, yan. 1* 686.411)i mUlafur. Quebec, and titular IlUhop of School ft. Paul Slater Hvhuol.Mary.Hteto Kucharla: .......;
ermbrlned 'In the Horn Jesus mar school ) Bele"aa.BUhupelect.
sad choir sans; the Newly' a|>- There';; St Plus School SU
proved KaKllxa of Ik* high, basilica/ In Old tloa, six mile Went n plains wa torn ter Marie Rene.

J''..* wild .... and dignity I* from here.Originally. In Turn INI'a In Dnimmondvtlle, Quebec, on St School.Sister
there Lorelto Joseph ,
new mj lcal setting. scheduled to begin Among the say September 10, 1121 and wit
lCla. Thomas
(('Omm< Mary
on December 8, the ex. )Incarnation ordained In 194A. He studiedIn
who Orlando St. Charles
"The concrete problem of position will now I* held Ton and Canada and also received
to Or. Sister Margaret Victor St.
liturgical education and for earlier to permitUltora to Shores, Tam| degrees In theology from the ;
tnallon both clerical and )lay September James School' Sister Molra.
view the relics before a* well Rest Dominican university I In
was also faced by speakers: 'It as after the International KurharUtle : ly Park and Angebllt Rome and In aot'tat science St. Augustine. Cathedral

U an external ihow of con Congress, to be heldIn )lage.Before" i are within from the Catholic universityIn Parish School Sister Mary
formlim when leaders arc Itotnbay from November 28 distance Lille. France Trinila; St. Agnes. School,
Down Sister Laura Patrice.
satisfied that the people In to December' 8, lootJOlt' went to In<'
the pariah are uttering aloud (b tourist department I Ut provisional > plentiful In On CRS.NCWC St Petersburg St Joseph
"wonls! In the vernacular without t built municipal School Sister Michael Joseph), ;
busy arranging on .
sightseeing commit II.IK KM: H.U..UM (Of) Tampa, Most Holy Redeemer
understanding the liturgy trips for the vUltors during m l..l<>n.As .. .
Nearly 10,OW tons of food
any more than they. did before the exposition which . will toe School Sister Catherine La-
help direct clothe, medicine and other rector of boy' athletics, also
\ itlcan II.! '
'will last for a month. It 'will parish, .. supplies worth
approximately boure and Winter Haven,
")Iur1\ of the meaning of t b. the first exposition of the organised au million were sent to St. Joseph School SUter Rose

the I'm! Liturgical 1 Week was body' of the taint since the construction! Holy Name Tanganyika by Catholic Relief Edward.roncHos.

summed up by events at the former Portuguese territoryof N'hol. \ all detail Services-National Catholic

Cunrludlng ....Ion. The principal Hot became part of India The 1 >> ..t memr Welfare Conlf'l't'nre.n

speaker Archbishop\ In 1W.1. rl....r... \ : and asks April, Ia2, and June 1<*U, It
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