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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1964
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
weekly
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
notis - ADA7571
lccn - sn 83004577
issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00040
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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VATICAN CITY (NC)The Issues pressing in upon r t ,'fi b e

"'04L'Y1'o the Vatican council Fatten from the whole world outside 1 a 1 r,
49 Orlando, Florida, Friday October :: 196-1 s t ; 'i
10, reached the council: Door during the present session' ? wt

second: week of debate. ; '{ J

New book available These were the Church's position on religious liberty ,,

and its relationship with( the Jews, two subjects that have t r.

been discussed' with{ vigor and keen expectations by non ,

Catholics u much u cy ,
Rebel those within the Church. petrel of the prinripl that ,
Bishop tlle! .
CbnrrnSi BUkopn p rtkl
American toot
preUte a
leading part In the rellgiliberty l hate with" tAe Ibpt| I I. tAe {, i
Iknrrb's rnUng anik. .riy,
Re lewed by The Florid Catholic debate They not tii 1 t
works of charity and educe affirmed in ft -
a poUtlon A series of overwhelmingly 1
"nEBEL BISHOP" by Father Michael V. Cannon is tlon. of freedom for all relit< ? afrlrinaii votes spelled out

** now coming off the press at the Bruce Publishing The South t became his beloved but emphaniied the urg* It the acceptance by the council v
land he of loch a declaration by H I. of th
Company. Father Gannon hu used of the and went all "collcgtaUty. kiea that
scholarship oUt It. planting new seeds of Church at thin time. fcpeal*' all the llUhops are. members
highest order to give readers this story of the first Bishop truth -watering them, bringing from Siuln and Italy and }t .* of a decision.making body

of Si. Augustine. forth their fruit. like took an opposing rpot. that can act with the Pope
tlon. Council rather afTertt and at bis call This
The subtitle of "Rebel Bishop" reads: The Life and Father Cannon gives us. In approval
by communist I domlnatk i was lerribed' as a step
En of Augustin Verot. Confederate this original history of Rih-
Bishop and 'enfant
ought nut only a tlecUratltfavoring I toward completing the detUration '
ternble of the First Vatican Council. The book hu op Verot treasures of fact.
.. - alorewora freedom but appeal l. of paixtl InfalUbiUtyml +, ), ;
mined the
at
"Rebel
oy msionan Mon. source to the UN or world oplnlu I I. by YltJ Council 111\
his willing Priests earned Bishop1 should r
awaken
signor John Tracy Ellis a a by the cvuncil to put it craw 1870.
splendid reputation for the response in America to the
Monslgnor Ellis says Catholic religion and Its history centered at. St. Augvu practice. The council admitted' Its
The The statement the Jew tint Invite men to annual convention I
amount of first-rat* tlne Florida the on iWM woman auditor during{
history embodied in this volume thrilling brought. before the COOl th* ....It. She is Mba Marl
will. I suspect come u a doughty story of Intrepid pioneer 1 navigator!heroic, ell by Augustln Cardinal Be<. LouUe Monnet of Franc, ate National observance of the quadri* Dennis D. McCarthy+ O.P. national dU

aurpriM to many. And in! that Priests and people. bead of the Vatican's! bod.; of 1ft women now authorited centennial of the Holy Name Societyand rector; and Clyde King diocesan' see

connection on. can be grate* promoting church unity with to J listen but nut to peak, the 3GUi annual convention of the retary. They Invite to Mau
ful that this lit ely material l Among the nuggets of hi* the warning that work! ton during council pmmtMnt*, St Augustine Diocesan Union of everyone
Holy at the Mission of Nombre de Dio I
found Its way into the hand tory that wvr watting, so to dltlon would not |hermit. "the Ou. American. Mother Wary Name Societies !have near
been
of one w'hOl4P lensltlve use of speak, for Father secret to council to skle tep the Issue.Meanwklle Luke of the W..ters of Uxetvo, set by national noon, Sunday. October 23: when the
the English language has en. polish and assemble for \i I.w.RtUJ.L i :>Nerliuc IveMutky 'U la Oil* and diocesan official, from the national Holy Name observes the 400th
Ik* re..cll V'a. left: Daniel A, Naughton dkxrsanprcehtent
abled him precedent-breaking anniversary of the founding of the So
not only to srouethe : : BISHOP; bark pag* then regl.tere l tkelr .. croupTArrr
a. Monalgnor Harold" F.
reader's interest but to Jor catty

ustaln work was it. originally For although written the v Dial/ 'Faith/ / of our Faihers .|H>ke i>.ut AMetlran slnraf. "Ijr ar rilliMU MeptrMIre den diocesan. uplritual director- ---;-Father

U fur ibem.ehe. ..
is as the quite a University doctoral free of dissertation the of Florida forbidding at it. ,. radio series this weekendBy .Ik. *|*pnrt t Man'nlied' ..f IAr"Htale.." f propuarA.priHikalljr HUbops.ever.all.IMn Mission Mass will highlight

feature that I
one frequently .
associates with these academic / a tract writer ell 4.'r.t. w rrhdlureIlbeHl.

exercises." ".\CK. S\'Iu.t-Tune in tomorrow to your local r*.. regional HNS meeting

Fatb featuring sermons by Priests of the Diocese of SL Au steer itunutg or iwvton era
seater Verot JUHSOMirJ.K
to historians ? : Itrl\CII: National obMrvance
of
.
Albert Mare 11'.tl. tlprrlrerrt
gustine. (In Orlando Cardinal Meyer ol Chltago <
prototype for an era UAMerleaa or St. Petersburg tune In on Sun the quadricentennlal of the .
warmly favored Holy Name Society and the frets T >|* la 'Lead.
acrep.'
days; and on Tuesdays in Gainesville
tbolktb.t .
AuthorFather ) lAnce of the document "being 36th annual convention of the 81 Augustine Diocesan
was dearly disUagvlaned by Monsignor Harold F. Jordan Introduce the second debated, with minor cban, .. Union of Holy Name Societies wUl take place this k1f..n union president
reveal great ran***, and byInereanliigfy Michael V. Cannon season in the series with his sermon.. "I believe !in CaL" month nean> Nsughton urt d th* men
the
Joseph Cardinal Ritter of StThe on east coast of Florida
ra positive. sots director of the Mission He will speak on the first ItKWfltll'r.: Monalgnor Harold F Jordan ta attend th convention. II*
tide toward th* plac of Ca* of Nombre de Die !in two broadcasts. rletle mipporU tb* "".It" +four p.ar.. revraleit t more details on the program of the national' lakl! |4ana 1 being mad by Father
UolkUm in American: soclely. St. Augustine, Florida Lethe Fathera1 treks Men's s. "- regional convention and. the dlocetan convention at the M{+t rthy" national dlrctor >

.- author of "Rebel Bish The current aeries on rholrs pr ride th* musto segment SL Auniatln Deanery's rally heLI In RL Paul Omrrh. nntltareeri oIIS"11 I Name tkH.l, .U...
Faith of our Fathers tweet! of th* bruHdcaatlng. the beach ----- --
Verot became mar apes op." The book will be released the sermon subjects on the aU other who hat| blntthPt
>* glv "it
ArrhdUhop Joteph 1'. )Hur
toIle of Florida, third BUhop on October 15 by the AI>urtlet' 'rt.-d. ,,,u,,,,,,, u"" \\\\, ,' "y11 be. th* bul h* the r tuutwralkryJatkw Korona to

of Savannah, and finally, first Bruce Publishing Company. ThU reeellr Irlne.ae wNrtNM Subscribe / 'r flnt F.rNrrn IteatvtalWlluiy, "nrtllr'r Aa uuiptktNant
Bis l hep vt St. .Auiu.tln' *. Ir.ade. .d will <.M rAd. J.nurl. c; ? Hum tIIMtfJ'ttlel' (.'a l Anrnuw it.t rpttlh My 1 tMtrldenlrl'IrrPJyltaMfnt hold goldenanniversary +
... rew. : .
France .Jhadtl rn ,tUhuu Ui#la .. 1/hb.
*. t Woco. ...
Says ; in aced' IN* ....i..t.. ..* vf l'ine'Na. 1 U. AI\"i,1f1r 0.r,;; \ the .
au& by the Urn h* wee selected no change month, lhr will be the sn- r ,tuna I ..'"...1..r,'has sihii(1\larrwl. I+renl byN trMt rllNrtrraud .
to be consecrated a Church Hurl. ramjwlgn for tenet eiluhttfripdoiu I torte Holy K.ra* DvrMJ. InUM any furlsfi. amienjr,
Bishop he had become accustomed opposition ThtoIIe .taUoN IIC'tIfoduJe theIwrntrrm / and fur De..r ....tun. \IunaJpll' JrKrlan. spiritual' MONO if,I- alurMlsiiurVII I > ij

to American lilt. II. fo communism at variotis time, asfwIJow MbMTiptlon- to The Fltrld Father Mi-Carthy wa lit dltrrtor of .Ih* |H.M..Mn Irv Item J.. UulUliy ,.J' p>Mh rt
was no longer a stranger !nan *: Catholic Arrbbkbop Jo epA JarluMwvlll very r."IJy. Innmferenc tun cot J lot, N rp11 Ikrktlar. Ml, Paul, fhunh, HuyMMbMM .
alien land. for be had been VATICAN l'til'1 C- JacUonvlJJV1VT, &iturday. ,> I'. Hurley has once again apjwaled
with Monnignur dare the srmw at th* rUyUlr. h'' >n, will' rant. la IhU. farm
In Baltimore 22 years where Vatican FUdlo has warned II10 pm. to the Prletts. to tee. J.inUn aivl/ .ll..Kvwin offk-UU Itre. reunite on I N. ItlMhwar 1.hlvlwr .
he taught at the university that It 'would b* an error to SLUU..UM., Wltr. Sat that Ih* Cathulki paper a.i .read of the .Holy Name Ui pUn Ih* he urgwf all to fgrtwby' ( < k. tel,*:
level" preparing think the Icy all of theirPope Hirfe
young men recent understanding unsay 1210 phiUaytons prrl.Ahdfrtt'f -
brt
imatt iteiall th .
.imnttflml uses
.
for the Priesthood.Father .eMle4 of IN (k*. iri"
Gannon signed by the Holy fw>* IlMiett.NDB, ''''''''''''\\\\U\\\\,, If."Ill th* *fief iigen { hwNrt er M at n* t0M r......,. PlM M, M.ry thwrth here at II
documents and oommuRbt Hungary Nan &atunliy! _12:10 pm._ __ Rosary : >'rbkty ***.4nc (......., I Hu.l .l. (111.wl+e 1h 1& reel x a...., Th chweh ((4 crfwf lijrf
BUhop Verot's ,
wllies Into the Indication of a Chan*. In E a U uMeSaturday.- K"IIJUrMnuX
marks St th* rksttMM ltM I It* awl I lo .loke lM4r fMNUt. ,It* .sHtlen. MnnlveriHirrM .
throbbing questions of theday the radical Ideological oppnllion" \ / ]. 1x06 pre Rosary prayer are. em* U> until the gri.4 t/wdr( ( M to Ih* MMfktas onktolwr of .*.*f_l ,..,...,. pMlort ofMl

; the Negro question oretTrll w l the Churtft to communuuii TrlMhwrefWTNT. Bntur. |haaUrd during October, with ....** at .Ifc* 111rA..a rf .11. Ylolh ..Mil.*i>.wry nl IK* Mary n........ no* srvln ilM
repretenUtiun War. public school and day. IW. pJA.Uk quiet 67thbirthday the month dedicated ta thisdevUiun N.imhr tie Mm In !Wgu tier /rrrrrMnR. at Ik* .ll-iy. .VsjM U4h. IWM iH..ir.rr. Niv*
of American Tb brwwleasi. on Sefrtemlr CHy-VTMA. MtYr, .. .... .... ,
Interests wbkh the IIle.*el -ur tAll wW Iw s sr.bl' lAnlNy N )I M M III* kilt t Inrtlrtrroa. IrMrt kHornby
at the lint \atkan 33 rejected charge leveled day 1>CIO: PJB. Mother rrvraJed to St ctrl well. spent. In* wtlrpaldlredet .i..ei wf Nomtir/ IM IM. InHI. lheto I"-Ift. ('urrea t. prrtleII .
CouncilAfc by Partelet (U/ of th* Madison -1t'IIAI'. Jturday. Dominic some 700 yean .h.e Ilrtra..,I.t11Aa I. Au,we4lt near hoot thai ..te In th* fl*hWtekeitd rwntttnrry
1'+ 1143 .
,* all. "ReM. BUkop rtylfunprfan CMMMI- sjn.OtoeW \'.%TII'C IT," C\11 taRally M.. ......,, ctlatrrtA
nit AraeNla la.werr
roes kw M ........ momMy Tb magaaltM UUVH. TYae rr.m)ril", will
/ rwMtarally |\X" Paul. \ I erktrlwl( hl4 .11 ... beret .IArrlleot. aware. eMrMresldert .
r fM k
amwedrracthMMry cirri** d.y, ftft: a tN.txteht r MI |ir f IT. Ik* .
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hi . with the late Pop J hn ..... \\UAK, ,grgvdU Hw .It''......, fit ......
IS year IAe ..... ..,. raid wekrre. fcIM wM* ul {lenient N flaw evenu, R+rtwa >
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which had 1111fJow.hd In M. Petersburg rWpINrradrh |k.l IM klrlMajr MM kkf ..... A, M'lrMrw alts. .M ......, l'." nary ,...,W.. ...,..... rirrrlp/ wMI fwibiw In Ih*
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The Florid Catholic, Friday, October 2.19fl! !



c Florida ReportsTampa y. .'eA r I r DCCW corner I.


Jacksonville St. Petersburg V/f ANY happy returns! In

Epiphany Sacred Heart st. JosephThe i ( rre / 1 VI our versatile English
The Sunday Mass schedulefor The Women's Guild of Sacred language this common expres- Mrs. James

the winter months will Heart parish will sponsor St. Joseph Guild will ; nNj lion will have as many meanIngs Lacber
remain the same as the summer their annual fall carnivalon hold a card party on October f. as there are people to

for Epiphany of Our Lord October 10 from 10 a.m. 10 at 1 p.m. at the parish hall e. yR whom It Is addressed.To Diocesan

parish. The dally Masses will to 10 p.m. on the church 2025 Lakevlew Avenue South. the business man It can President

be at 7 and 8 a.m. grounds. Lucille Winter, carnival Donation Is one dollar and mean the monetary return on
chairman, has announced his investment; to the anniversary
Host Name
Holy the public Is Invited. t
The Parent-Teacher Club of that;there will be J Jf celebrant It will be a t "
.
Most Holy Name School elected games, rid A, children's and Daytona Beach wish for a long life and many itors begin looking forwardto
officers for the 1964-63 adults' booths.: A barbecued Father Lopes returns of the happy occasion; their happy return to the

school term. Mrs. Connie chicken-! dinner! will be served. The Mothers' Club of Father to a Priest It can mean the Sunshine State.
Leto was elected president; Father T.. Leo Danaher and Lopes High School was return to the Faith of those They can be a great helpto

Mrs. Alice Andux. vice-presl 'the Guild extend a cordial In. Introduced at a recent meeting souls who had strayed from us if they are given the
dent; Mrs. Helen Pollack secretary \'Itatlcin to the entire parish to Father Irvine Nugent It the Father's house; to a guild opportunity. But too often

; and Mrs. Mary Bout- and the public president of the school, and f president it can mean a happy they feel unwanted becauseno

well, treasurer. Mrs. Doris .'pan Jose Father John P. Caulfield vice- return to the membershiproles one ever speaks to them.
Riordan was appointed chair. Father; Mortimer Danaher president not only of all the "old If we are to be good neighbors .

man of the school carnival to spoke to members of the San A rummage sale will beheld faithfuls," but also of those this year what better
be held in October. Jose parIAh Guild and the by the Mothers' Club until For Ormond's public school children members who have been with place to start than in our own

Most Holy Redeemer mothers of children attendingthe October 3 at 220-222 Nova us for only a short time. parishes?

The Ladles Altar Society pariah grade school at the Road in the Westgate Shopping Priests of St. Brendan Church, Or- Mrs. Helen Corin, Mrs. Frank Allen To insure the "happy re- A friendly smile and swarm

of the Most Holy Redeemer opening meeting of the Guild Center. mond Beach, offer regular catechetical and Miss Ann Chapin. Edward Spauld turn" of all the old members "hello" from you may

Church sponsoring a benefit on Monday night of last St PaulSt. chases. for public grade school stu ing, right, Is head of the Fishers in the and to encourage newcomersto make the tourist of today da.

show, Wednesday, October week. His remarks concerned Paul's Catholic Women's dents. Teachers Include, from left Miss Confraternity of Christian Doctrine Join our parish organizations tide to be the permanent res.

7, at 8 p.m. at the Busch Gar motivating the parishioners. to Club will have a get acquaint. Janet Copello, Mrs. Helen Russett, Mrs. program which sponsors the classes. there are two factors ident of tomorrow and in theproc.I'
another
give to God ed which must prevail In our name couldbe
dens Hospitality House, financially as membership luncheon at
Philip Holland, Mrs. James Cavanaugh, Mrs., Allen is CCD secretary
added
to
affiliations and char your roll calL
unity
Mrs. Nels P. Norgard li well as spiritually.Featured the Palmetto Club 210 Orange -
chairman of the project assisted on the program Avenue, on Wednesday Mrs. Victor Boyd, Miss Betty ChIodo, ity. As the saying goes, "you Let's all make a firm resolution

by Miss Leona Hugger with Father Danaher were October 7, at 1 p.m. It U hoped can't have one without the to do everything! in our

In charge of tickets. Hobart Joust chairman that all ladles of the pariah Ormond Beach Fernandina Beach Sarasota other." power to present a truly

The winter schedule of of the church finance committee will a I ten d. Reservations St Michael Incarnation In any organization there Catholic image to the world.
St Brendan
Sunday Masses, at Most Holy and Hugh Donovan, which close Monday, OctoberS St. Michael Church in Fer are bound to be differences of As parishioners Ut ns stand
Redeemer' parish is 7, 8.30,10: who outlined the parish bud. may be made with Mrs Catechism: classes for public nandina Beach will observe The Ave Marla Guild of the opinion and personality elaihes suited behind oar pastors; atConncll
l1US: 12:30: at the church and get for the coming year. Emma Lyman. CL 2-8924 or grade school students the following Miss schedule Church of the Incarnation in and those who want to do members let us set

9 a.m. at the chapel Mrs. John Ross,president of Mrs. Mae Scott, CL 2-3180. which will be held each Saturday on the second: and fourth Sarasota recently honored its things the way we did It example of harmony and cooperation an

Perpetual Help the Guild, announced the MelbourneOur from 9 to 10 a.m. began Sundays of the month: 8 a.m.: past presidents by presenting back home." As an individual, ; and In one charity,
standing committee chairmen each one with a special pin. entitled to own
The new Mass schedule for last week at St. Brendan and on the first third and you are your let ns not forget to be kind to
par.
for the coming year. Lady of Lourdes Those honored were Mrs opinion. But in your charity each
Our Lady of Perpetual Help fifth Sundays: 11 a.m. other
Immaculate Conception The Sunday Mass schedule lab Father James F. Herllhy John Jovln, Mrs. Oliver remember that others have
Church will he as follows on Peter Claver Church In
and Edward Spauldlng, head St. Holmes, Mrs. Harold Lazette, the right The important If we can, by
Sundays: 7, 8.30: 9:45: and 11 Ai of Sunday, October 4, the for Our Lady of Lourdes Fernandina Beach will observe same our good example -
am. Sunday Masses at Immaculate Church will change for the of the parish fishers, presented the following Mass and Mrs. Anthony Banks. thing is to get the Job done help our pariah com.

Conception Church are 0:30: winter months to 8, I, D, 10, 11 nine teachers to the grade schedule for the first, third The Ave Maria Guild of the in a manner that will be mlttee on the Confraternity
Largo 8.30: 10 11 and 12:10.Bazaar: and 12 noon. pleasing to God. In this aim, of Christian Doctrine achle\e
school: student and fifth Sundays of the Church of the Incarnation
-- --- we should all be united. the goal of bringing back to
St PatrickThe .T Four teachers were introduced month: 8 ..m. and on the second parish will sponsor a fried the Faith those Catholics who
Women's Guild of St. the and fourth Sundays: 11 chicken dinner on Wednesday Frhape next year jron will have
to fallen
public high
from the
Patrick parish Is sponsoringa October 14 from 8-30: to be the chairman and will have away
school students of St. Brendan Church, then
we can
pancake week from October a.m.Our Lady of Consolation 7.30: pm. This is a parish affair the opportunity to develop truly
pariah. These teachers will that in all
say our efforts
28 through November 2 with Church In Callahan will have and the Guild members your ideas. we
begin instructions In CatechIcal have reaped a harvest
a special plate served by the Sunday Miss at 9.30: a.m. would like to invite all to at of
classes which will be held In order to and to many "happy returns.
Perkins Pancake House, 1617 tend. Entertainment will follow grow
Gulf.to-Day. Boulevard, Clean each Sunday from 10 to 11 TallahasseeBlessed the dinner. Mrs. John keep our members interested As always,

water. 1 a.m.Mrs. SacramentThe Petrllll Is chairman of the in our apostolic endeavors, Bis Lecher

George O'Kane has Women's Guild of event with hire Harold Melvin we must ever be on the alert
Late City helped to organize a preschool Slewed Sacrament parUh will as her co-chairman. for new ideas. Since October St. Petersburg
catechism class for is Deanery meeting month,
Epiphany have a membership tea on
At recent meeting of the I Ia three, four and five year old Saturday, October: 3, in the Queen of Martyrs plan now to attend your
Holy Name Society of Epiphany ___ children These classes will lounge of the Tallahassee Federal Newcomers to Our Lady Deanery meeting. This is an

parish, the Holy Name be held on Sunday mornings. Savings and Loan Asso- Queen of Martyrs parish, particularly excellent opportunity to exchange < Edouard C. Craig
men made final preparationsfor Mrs. O'Xane 'will be assisted elation Building. Mrs. Don mothers with children ideas 'with the women
the parish census In which by Michael Mahoney and Mrs. Ennessey, president invitesall in the new parish school, from the surrounding parish CeAhector and DWrfbirter

they will participate. The John Hsggerty. women In the pariah, particularly will be guests of honor at a es and to get acquainted with forVften
latest project' which the Holy The St. Christopher Circleof newcomers, to meet membership tea in the parish your Deanery officer and Metal Cenmb

Name men are planning; Is Lake St. Brendan Church is the officers and committee hall the planting of shrubbery planned, City sponsoring a dessert card chairmen and to learn of the from 2 to 4 p.m. dates time and place of all tIT'4ra St. $.. 3474IOIPATKO.XIZE

round the Church and school party and benefit show In the Guild's many activities. Mrs. President Mrs. D. J. Michael the Deanery meetings 'will be 1
Any photographer should be able to
capture parish social hall on October published in
11'0\1 nde. John Gallagher is the chair has planned the affair 'with The Florida!
railing faces la Lake City, com October 7, My 21 at I pra. Tickets are IUO. man of the event; Mrs., Jon the help of the social chairman Catholic, so make your reservation .
members of th. Epiphany pariah st. Ann's Guild, XoelemlJ will assist her. Mrs. Louis Sublet, and early. THERE ADVERTISER
St. Petersburg from left. Mrs., Fred J. 11111 Mrs. William IL Kea Sanford l her committee. The entire It's about this time of the WHO StPfORT
snick and Mrs. P. If. Schllnp, The The Engfewood( too that TOCR CATHOLIC rAPW
reason: AU Boob executive board will be on year our winter vis-

latter two are co-chairmen of a bazaar and barbecue ". A day of recollection for St Raphael hand to greet the guests.

supper which will benefit the parish on that the youth of central Florida The winter schedule of Displays will acquaint new FREE 24.HOURp5AmbuIance
day. Mrs. Hill Is Guild president win be held at All Souls par Sunday Masses for St. Raphael members with the activitiesof -
5i f111ll. Church is 7.30 and
rf.iil.. lid on Sunday, October 25.ntstration 10:30.: the Guild and officers of Service 1
'will take place at St. Joan's St. Agnes, and St. .
.. This eO.llla.lt .ntce .ltk. ...
DANIEL T. WINTER i. CO. Port Orange I I.M. In the social hall. Mass Korona Rita's groups will explain the C r mmt .. 'ar .i e a.blJ..tJoa-GIf. a "BU7 Traica4

/ : HoipHal School l lords Epiphany: 'will follow at 9.30: ; this is a St Miry functions of each to prospective PHONE 342.8821 *"* *.**. a oxygen EijiirMUPtrkurf
Mass members. Ambnlnnee
special for Catholic a Anywhtre walls
The Mais
Sunday schedule
403 Flerlcl. Theatre 11!d1. <
At a recent meeting of the youth only, Father Lawrence for St Mary parish In Korona All women In the pariah are City 1 JsMlf..
St. Mtnburf Epiphany parish Women's P. Everett C-S3.K. will conduct will be changed starting (October invited to attend to meet the C. E. PREVATT MEMORIAL HOME
4441 tth Sheet, Nertd Phone UI-Olll 1 Club Father David the conferences for the officers and Cemplete rvnersl Senses .
Page 11 to 8.30 a.m. present members. from |'I7S 101 I .|?th St. N.
showed color slide taken at recollection! day, which will
parish events during the past dote at 2 p.m. Gainesville Cardinal MooneyA

J. Lee lalerJ two years and a picture history Student Center dessert card party will be Fee CtWT Of ruMtai
.. M/ltlent of the building of the BunnellSt The Sunday Mass schedu'e sponsored by the Mothers of Cewry
.
church. for St. Augustine Chapel is Mooney on October 20 at 1 Calvary
M.pheaBeginning Cemetery
Tentative plans .were made 30,11: and 12. p.m. at the Garden Center InSar.lOta.
October 11, St
.
for the annual dinnerto Indeed
turkey Cass
Stephen Church In Dunnell PalmettoHoly
BANK be held
November
IS
on
will begin Its winter schedule
oreN sat. and also for the Christmas Cross ''''\tUuuuu"n u US.ltetlMSf.Ne." PMn... 12'-413.
(If Masses Each Sunday Masa
I M II MOON The Sunday Mass scheduleat
lift shop which will be
if. rsttninrn cmtllfc from Novembtr 30 to December open win be offered at 1030! : a m. Holy Cross Church will be Subscribe nowFf Office Open M oM. D.fy: j 104 '.).f. M suttJ.y4Y2

..... At*. a e.u Mt& verse a.The. changed to 7, 8.30 and 11 am.
sae-etl Tie, .,...s .r.4 by r.e.ae. santtcn&ulf
date for the monthly Mtrritt Island starting this week.. ,\u\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\,,

I St. bake Divine Merry ft : :,
eri PetenWf sale was moved from itt
the first to the second Sundayof Sunday Masses for parishioners "

Academy of Beauty Culture each month Merritt of Island Divine will Mercy be held la : :, %

4924. U"d Av.m* WS ."to* )4M4) i a) 7 and I am. at the Barn
Theatre and at 11.11 at Divine '
Name
Church
Holy
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DINNER Pariah. Daytona Beach, and Miss. Nancy Jo Cafaro
Restaurant of Cathedral Pariah. St. Augustine to Mary.
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* The Florid Catholic, Friday, October 2, 19&4

Pope marks quiet

'Faith of our Fathers'W.klr 67th birthday


at. llpatJD.I'WIe ytuatan.a f..tllrtns Pr.ta, ot ,... Di.e..1 (t.ill..*4 frwn e.,_ II
: -. U the policy of the pon-

- Jacksonville WIVY 1050 tc : tficate of rope Paul confirmed

Saturday. (12.10 p.m. as It emerged from
the continuation of the council
St. Augustine WFOY, 1240 ic front the pilgrimage to

Saturday, 12.10:I pJ v.WNDB. the Holy Land, and from

Daytona Beach 1150 ic many other undertakings fostering
dialogue with the
Saturday. 12:10 p.m. wwld.

Eau Gallie- Italy's deputy head! of state
MclbourneTallahassee WMEG, 920 leSaturday Leone Menagora-acting on
12;OS p.m. behalf of ailing President An

WTNT 1450 leSaturday Fisher program at T Transfiguration- in St. Petersburg tonlo Strnl.nt Pop Paula
12:10 p.m. mesMg "In the name of

Lale WDSR. 1340 le Officer of the Confraternity of Christian left back row, Mrs. William Mayer Mrs. Margaret Bashaw; front Andrew McCann, all wishes Italian for expressing good
City personal
Saturday, 12:10: p.m. Doctrine program in Transfiguration pariah, William Amlro, Mrs. Frank RUxa. Mra.Geranl Father Mulligan Raymond Sjriac. Father the hope that from rosperit.V'anti tho

St. Petersburg, who will join Father EdwardJ. Tschldcrer. Mra. William Pienon. James Rolger, Joseph ORourke', lI..... Terence apostolic work: of Your Hull.
MadisonGainesville WMAF. 1230 le Mulligan center, in renewing the Fisher Mrs. William
Hendenon. Mrs Harry Vcgt, Smith and Mrs Raymond Syriac. ness may spring ever"greater
Saturday 11:45 am.WDYH and teaching phases this from the Mrs. Andrew
season are, McGann. Mrs. Roy Odell. Mica harvests of spiritual elevation

980 le and of peace among men cf

Tuetdsy, 9:40: a.m.WMOP. Liturgy week in good wilL.
Italy
Calendar of coming events Italian Premier AMo Mor :
Ocala 900 le alio sent greetings throughthe

S.turd.y, 12:30 pjrv Rummage sale. Xtober 3 s. Pall carnival October 10. 1\0.1| for national Holy same papal Secretary of State

Iceland WlAK. 1430 ic Council decree studied :0222 No\a Rout Daytona 10 a m to 10 p.m. Sacred Society members' pilgrimage Amleto Cardinal Clcognar:I,
Saturday 1245 p.m. peach Mothers' Club of Father Heart Church 1TOOn\a! Jack.sumllle front convention In Daytona In the name of the Italian
Lopes High School Women's Guilt"'POIall' Ileach. government
Orlando WD8O.Sunday 580, 5:00: ic to implement reforms sponsor hay. tf recollection sponsor

p.m. Itaiaar, Church of H b' Spaghetti dinner (Xtober ed l at All SouU' Church San-
St. Petersburg WPIN, 680 le PISA (.NC) More than 500 Priests, Religious and Rotary Jacksonville, (Xtol Sunday, 10:00: _.m. laymen attended the tint Italian liturgical week alnc the 3, 6-1D pro.:; ()vlob-.1'I, 1-8 cafeteria, UrUmk, SI Charles beginning at 9 ..m.; Kather
ecumenical council's liturgy decree and heard Giacomo p.m. scN>oi ground. 4.VRreulwood Holy Name St
Clearwater Cardinal Lercaro of Bologna Avenue heat dinner St. Matthew annual buaaar, will give cunfrrtnces.

Bt Cecelia outline the liturgical on Sunday Jacknonvllle, October 13, 1:30: Southv Ht (oast DCCVtVanery
Shipwreck lance JalAUl to IKM.Ituminag. meeting Octolwr 27
Public school students :
theology from the
emerging
fronton 5m South Dale St llernard Church Anna MarU .
grade nine through 12 regIstered council document ask, lX-tolr. 1&
Mabry. Tampa 9M p m., CXtuber > Islam!
at Si. CeceUa parish 17, Tran riguratl icUI
<*n hall.
Cardinal Lercaro chairman 3: Christ the King: GulUlajrnwns Card part. Ixjugln Key
for religious l Instruction .
St. ivtenburg.I1NH
of the cummbwkMt. In charge seminar (tuber rlre Itdlt Xtolirr 28 St Der<<
classes which
will be
heldeery .>f implementing tM liturgy :t S am. w 4 A) p.m., Cainp&n rattyeot Caa t nard Cued, Anna Mary If
Wedneadjy e\enlng ."lett>,ber K St John tend
from 7 to 8 p.m. The reglMra, the whole action of the festival (X-tolwr 3, (Chunh: W tenburg, 11:Uam
tlon marked the hlghekt num Church node lu plnnacl and noun, grounds of the Churrh ,

her the of students ever. recordedin t summit'* of the Nativity, Lake Mary. \Ve.t CtMt+ iWnery lxtWmeetteg. Yew 0>.4fep Sef U. Fr AI Lawn All" Garden Supple:
105:
parch
He MM the liturgy conitltut Utober 2:&. JKk
Classes are hId on Sunday ion I:...... J.MI. HI. Mry SKYCREST GARDEN SUPPLY
Iruplres a renewal Tarr Clearwater Hot*!. St
morning from 10 to 11 am. |>.ri..., Rena., IVIober4j
conception' : of the Church as Patrick pariah Large_t FEKTILIURS. INSECTICIDES SEEDS I PLANTS
for public school students In !It .... M... at the cemetery,
-famllia Dvl the GARDEN
( family of Card TOOLS FREE DELIVERY
ami
grades one through eight. God), the assembly. of ..hoNC'Unaecr.tf'C1 n.tsrdayt 1\011.k '..'h.t l 4 show Octolwr party 31, benefit UUhnpK Plies 442-7444 1921. Drew.. $"..)
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Net.rday. .. I"'a.dqIt .
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Press committee \ .... M... al .... Mary "uvy audlturluru. JacktuitMite .
bring the whole" creation hark: Wetted
fkairk .. Trinity Wornens -
mukrr
VITICN tITt) to the Creator and Father of Guild, ipun**. CLARK'SGULF

Archbishop Joseph T Me- mankind." Forty hours cJ.\otioo.) October Card party, Xtober 33, 8

Gucken of San FrsncUco at ClearwaterClearwater' The first f........ <. .f 4. 10 a.m.. to October fI" pnu social hall of llte.*ed SERVICE .
has replaced Bishop Albert this ice MM I I. that Illarfr 730: pm. 8tHIUm pselsh Trinity pariah', fit. |'* :
n. Zuroweste of Belleville. pariah Priests recently registered' Kite a ass .e... and a new Keystone Heights N\omena Club sponsor : PHONE 4441710THAYER
Illinois as a member of the public school children for erenlng religious Ins lMp.U. to Ik. tedlM-atrrjr .fk Cud party. (Xtulwr 10. Ip.nx. Jubilee ceWbratkms. Ort
ecumenical councils commit. struction. The newly formed parish Confraternity ..*. brvikrrliim4 new la fcL Joseph parish hell lr ;a.a, bu Joseph parish,
tee for press relations, it wu t .
U
Petersburg Palm
o m n s 11a1.1t..11..I.
of Christian Doctrine IkeAlo. Hid.
wilts in the work Participant pr.ars.a w
announced here recently Guild sponsor / s.leall.s. Satins.sl .
in the classes art, from left Jay Swan. human hUtory acquires Columbus day banquet, October Holy ?.N.M. Hwletr, !""' DODGE

Daytona BeachPRINTING Susan Lusk Patti McGrath and Dan Flaherty with a new ritmeiufan In 10. 7 p.m* Chtrry PUta .... ...... II..... 1.atusa >. OODOC-OART aiJ 100 Carry a

Father John P. Flaherty assistant at St Cecelia light. of the liturgical mystery. Hotel" OrkHMlo, Council 3111 ". cfc, 01-....... BS-U. U.009 m1'! *r I y*., .."...,
parish. : "th. traonferenc and and Council IJO. K of C. a'JUn.| Mia at Oldest. Mission *t I Pfi.M 44MI04 IQIS O.."?,nj St.
Intlu lon of the faithful community sora. Augustine October 21, pUn
In the hlitory and the
Latf. ttm .** Offset Takes office Convention held plan" of aalTatlorv**

CMelmtM PrMiaf C*. Los \\GtUH: : : (\l'-Aux.: lather Carlo Drag actIve
.. -.n*.r. .... iliary IlUhop John J. Want for Christian In Rattan llturclr*! reform
Ct 24214 IMM. .fMll4ffaltan of Lot Angeles has bun of reminded thoM at the metIng <
1 :
that reform .. not .,.,. .
flc. as archdloceMn directorof **
the St. Vincent de Paul Brothers'alumni tlalry novelty" but "rwllarpir.ery Still the : ?
Society. It* succeeds MotmU of the ewentlal. ., return t<* greatest
II, f..1| MlraIIUUMXtM
ml AiwedeaiiOPS .... gnor James }:. Nolan who resigned the original nucleus of the .
for health art : OOAnhbUhop liturgy art free from tHoeUelM *
I .* f P.M.'til ft P.M. reasons
er directing the society for Antonio Riled apn. auperimpnil left # fI> . .
fanqvat FsuttleaOoMJ 37 years toile nuncio to Spain offld tiy Mime hlitorleal eras" tvy; ljI : 1I1', i>\ &&.:

I aced at the Mass here clotting pUhop FmllU: Guano of
Msmhyi rfhnrn drew a rihtltM'tlnnIvtwrrn I I
the third work cvngrens of
W.lcom. Travelers perwmal awl Ihwglel
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Catholic CommentAutumn Mary feared not, knowingGod's Entry into heaven gained by love


In childhood we God wsats, I want;" this, sad

of life blessing was givenSIX EARLY that God .Is all- not any sentimental Imitation
U real act of love.
n
powerful He can do anything. 1 _.

months after the visit Later we came to understand Father Our opportunity for

ASSISTANCE to our aged is one of visitor, the regular visit of the parish Zachary in the TempleIn a\ that although Cod this act of love this surrender making

In our times. By Priest on his l Communion rounds. Jerusalem. Gabriel was can do anything He cannotdo Leo J. of self to Cod, ends at death.

down the block r" tr a no-thing. For example
far the greatest cross that the aged Yet within easy sent by Cod to Mary In her r Tre e When a photographer Is de-
He cannot make a cir
walking distance are Catholic square
bear Is neither poverty nor sickness, many own town of Nazareth. Unless ,, Frank 3.fcheed tie. The words "square" and"c:1rele" eloping his films there
families
completely oblivious of the
i but rather the feeling of loneliness and the reader of this column; : are contradictorywords. comes a point where he
loneliness of the aged neighbor. An occasional knows St. Luke's account],r plunges the film Into a chemical .
of Insecurity! More could be accompUshed They cancel each
visit, a short Sunday ride word almost he bath called a fixer. The
Interest in word by other out. A square circle: is
by a personal our a little assistance with the housework should read Luke 1.26-38 bee, not a something; it Is a nothing fixer immediately stop the
.
aged than any laws the congressmen or the shopping will bring tremendous fore going on to what Is written and Cod does not do cannot give heaven to a soul process of development From

can pass. Joy Into the hearts of manyof here. nothings. In whom there Is no love for that moment on, the film r*-

Most of our aged have outlived Him no more than He could mains i permanently.
these lonely old people. Few as the verses are, they Indeed, can we bI sure of its This 1* a truth to be remembered make circle. changed. Whatever the con.

friends. Members of their family haveIn More than money or health Insurance contain the longest conversation precise meaning. The form If and<< when we a square tracts of light and shadow,

many Instances moved off to various our aging citizens need the spiritual anyone Is recorded by of the verb carries the sense may be tempted to commit a Hot why cannot God makeus they are irrevocably set.

other parts of the country. So they sit and corporal works of mercy. Hcriptare as having with Oar of abundance; but abundanceof grave sin. love Him For us, this life Is the time

alone, wondering whether anyone need the Blessed Lady-she actually what Of "charls," the
They warmth of a consoling No one who Is In hU right Why cannot He put love of development. This U the

cares. Certainly! the machine-produced heart more than cold and Indifferent speaks '"lcrlLuk. Greek verb tells us. mind and who believes in into us U we are lacking in period during which we generate

social security check docs not offer protection under law They need the .', statement is so perfect That word has, ever since heaven and hell, would wantto love? Here again we encounter In ourselves a love for

the consolation that the aged need. Christ-like charity of a loving neighborto that on.', first feeling Is St. Paul, meant sanctifyinggrace Jeopardize his eternal hap. the same difficulty: a con God and It .Is to be hoped

Even In many of our own parishesit overcome life's emptiness, their that not a word need be add. and so It might have plness for the sake of a present tradiction In terms. Love for grow in that love. Death is
meant on the Angel's Ups; but the fixer. The moment that
ed. Yet without another cannot be
commentary and person
pleasure
very temporary
Is situation. Old folks loneliness
and the
a shocking feeling of not being
It might have meant a pri death Intervenes the
we shall miss a great deal of or gain. Unfortunately forced upon us. If love is not ; direction
live and die alone often their only wanted.
what Is there for us. surge-that she had been however, many persons havea freely given, it .Is not love at of our will is permanently

Evidently the story could chosen by God for some great mistaken and sentimental all "Forced" and "love" can. set-toward Cod or away

Washington letterUrges have come only from Our 'work. Whether it was graceor understanding of God. They eel each other out. A forced from Cod, love or no love

Lady herself whether it was privilege may not put it Into words, but love Is not a something, it is Whichever it 1s, It will be that

either way Our Lady had it In the their nothing. way forever.
I Whether st. Luke got it act of sinning a

from her direct or through In abundance.well wonder.Either way she unconscious reasoning I Is, Fortunately for us. Cod Once we possess God In

police authority supportTHE others to whom she had told might The phrase that follows "Cod is a good Cod lie will does His best, with countless heaven and are possessed by

the story, It remains certain not let me lose heaven for graces to instill and preserve
Him we no longer can refute
Lord .Is with thee
number of serious violence or the cost of fightIng arles paid to law officers at that only she could have toldIt. The was this thing which I am doing." In us a love for Himself. He Him our love.

committed in the It," in the opinion of J, this time Evidently again, we are in Immeasurable compliment. What such persons fall to wants our love. He wants to

United States is Increasingeach Edgar Hoover, FBI chief, He Mr. Hoover reminds enforcement not given every word. Thus It We ourselves say goodbye, understand Is that heaven have us with Himself in He is so infinitely lovable
God be
which
says this represents a 10 percent officials that they is not recorded that Gabriel means may which Is the possession of heaven. that, seeing slim It would be
The toll they take with But what Gabriel
year. Increase in crime numbers have been trying over the told Our Lady, as he had told you. God In a union of love and Indeed, without His help Impossible not to Iou Troll

of the American people in dollars over 1M2, and that In years to attract top
Is also growing. the last five years "crime has personnel!, and that 'without Daniel and Zachary, who he expressing be with a desire her. that God of our love, are contradictory making an act of love for destiny we must here and now

Increased five times faster exception the one main obstacle was. Yet It .is unthinkablethat might concepts. They cancel each Him. But, however powerfulthe kindle and nourish the feeble

The Federal Korean of Investigation than our population growth." has been the meager the angel should have other out. Without love for graces He may give us, spark of love which when it

advises ..h.ta A heavy financial burden salary they could offer" failed to Introduce himself to He was statlag ns n fart God wt are as incapable of there remains to us always a bursts into full flame in
God with Bert To
good, bold offense" is the best Is found to be directly relatedto her for he knew that withina whom that had was statement of that possessing God In heaven as a margin of freedom. We must heaven will all but tear us

strategy for meeting this disturbing the amount of lawlessness.Not RnjrgesllBg n look at some space of minutes perhaps, fact been n made Her Ron man without eyes Is Incapable make the choice. apart with ecstasy.It .
only are more citizens being of the pay scales offered the she was to be Queen of Angels ever of seeing the color of flowers. We must want to love Him would be tragedy of the
He would be with
situation.This was to
"victimized with greater averse officer Mr. Hoover say God can do anything but with a love expressed by our most horrible kind if a person
his whole Church mntll theead
frequency, they are also being notes that such a man "dU, Gabriel's opening words art He cannot do a no-thing. He acceptance of Ills will \Vhat were to choose self over God
effective law of time.
requires
charged more for their misfortune nib his. life protecting and "Hall, full of grace, the

enforcement, which in turn ," Hoover points out. defending his fellow III..." Lord is with thee blessed art
But as we know, and Gabriel Paul VICouncil
"encompasses many vital com "A conservative estimate of thou among women." Pope
ponenta." One of these I Ingredients knew it was about to
the annual crime bill is $27 The FBI director says 'vi,

in the eyes of the FBI, billion he asserts.In tually every hamlet and metropolis Oar Lady made no reply. have a meaning for Our Lady
Is "fair and Just pay" for law which It never had had for a leads spiritual renewalThen
a message to law enforcement Is directly and deeply Gabriel misunderstood her silence.
enforcement officers, to at officers In all parts of involved In the crime struggle human being before and

tract outstanding personnel.The the country, Mr. Hoover says ," and he urges that we never could again. Following is a portion of not at all mean a false adaptation God's blessing will not

tact that some 2,250.100 he does not want to single "supply the forces of law and Perhaps with memories of "Blessed art thou among. the translation from the German to the world again be lacking.: Create a climatein
women" would have
erlous crimes were reported out one requirement of effective order with the strength, the Daniel and Zachary, who had perplexed of Pope Paul Vl's address which the Apostle warns u. which the call to the

In the U. 50 in 1003 "offers law enforcement as more facilities and -most Important indeed been terrified at sightof her not as the other to the Both Katholiken- in the same passage, where Priesthood and religious life
two because the
no encouragement: for Immediate Important than others, but he -the support needed to him, he told her not to be phrases tag In Stuttgart early last he invites as to rrnenal: Mnd belongs and can be followed
words
relief from criminal does direct attention to sal
yet know her very well Con had they were not She spoke of how Cod Is renew.log world! (Rom. 12,2)). orders! The tasks which you
met them before!
tact with Daniel and Zachary the world and the role of are asked to fulfill will become
Michael They are applied In the Old We are living in a pluralistic .
Father V Cannon
or Moaes and Elias for the present Vatican Council. even greater and the
Testament to two women. One world. There is a large
Million .f ombre De Dietqa6t that matter, was no preparation young people ever fewer
of them was Jahel, who had number of religious sects but
80th German Katho-
at all for understanding Support God's call!!
saved Code people by hammering THIS only one true faith. Religious
Mary of Nazareth. stands beneaththe We give you Priests our
a tent peg into the words of Holy Scripture: truth Is unconditional not sincere good wishes for
Her silence was not from your
chapters in skull of the enemy leader, relative.
"He transformed In the new. readiness to sacrifice In
terror but from perplexity your
-
SUara (Judges 8). The other
Lt us be humbly grateful
she was "much ness of your mind! (Rom. work. You ire trying to adapt
perplexed at
was Judith, who had saved to Cod for having called
I' flontaa catholic histoRy hearing him speak so, and God's the UJ. By this you have us yourselves to today's way or
people by cutting to the true faith and to His
brought this meeting into
cast about In her mind whit head off the leader association life in order not to cause your
enemy Church without our having
she was to make of such a Holofemes Judith with the great spiritual contemporaries to avoid you,
( 13)).
merited It, almost all cf us
Chapter eo dlsns were a civilized and finals had called to their at- greeting." A young girl might well the renewal toward which without our having done anything but rather to win them over.
Second Vatican Council
industrious who tention. Only the opening word have been In this, the Church point
IBM the sew group were startled at a compliment toward It. Let us be
remaining .
IN After the 1680 attack on "Hall would have her aspires.It to the correct limits which
given however
schooled splendid In
Guatt mission Indians who well modest reverent. proud of our faith and our
t and as diligent in their Santa Catalina in Guile, for no trouble (the Creek word itself which linked her with l It the principal objective Church! are outlined by the principlethat

had not font over to the English devotions as were any of the example, the defending officer used by St. Luke meant Joy, these particular heroines of ft the present council tnftlflll Have confidence! the Priest is always

were removed to Santa Spaniards Above Santa :Mariaon Captain Fuentes, Informed the corresponding salutation her people. She did not know Chrlit's plea that woso ready to> serve his parish-

Maria San Juan, and Santa Amelia Island, however the governor that in Hebrew was Peace), The as we know and Gabriel often direct to the heavenly ",rill the lord remains loners We call upon you sincerely .

Crus. The Zapala garrison retreated he reported that no missions many of the Indians were repudiating next word which wt trans. knew, that she was to beara Father "When yon semi present In the Church evennow to awaken and to cultivate
their allegiance to Ute 'Full of and works In her, even among the people any longer remained. What grace, was a Son who would crush a forth your spirit they are
southward with the the English destroyed they Spain because of maltreatment different matter There U no mightier and more malignantbead treated, and you renew the In the drastic chances whichare God a consciousness of the

frontier to Santa Maria. The did not replace. that they had receivedin record of its ever having been than SUara had or Hoi fare of the earth." ( '.. 103, shaking. or present faith joy In the faith, an>i

northern missions were now the doctrlnas.Fuentes addressed to anyone else; nor, of ernes.QutiHon :30)). "01'14. courage for the faith KeepIn

completely abandoned, and Why had the Indiana Mqalckly reported that some mind that your efforts win

the Spanish.English border repudiated their at.legtance of the friars were demanding .-_. We are happy to learn of He will not show Himselfto people If they have their origin

stood at the St. Mary's, River stipends from the Indiana boxAnathema the dominion of Him who the fullest extent until the In an intimate relationship
.
to Spain and t* the
against all existing rules said of Himself: .hnd.! I complete revelation at the with Cod and love for
Wkea the KnitUh Queer (Chirr make all things new- (Ap. 21, end of time. If we accept His Christ.
were forcing them to
Jonathan I>td..D..,. wen shipwrecked perform word it will be for us, as St.
5.) In fact God 1s renewingthe
Surely the firearms and personal and menial service Arianism1st
txkw HU A. "lUe on The Catholic
c< world of the Peter says, "a lamp shining who lives from
today by
other Inducements with which with and
U feet he recorded that the no recompense, were In a dark place, until the day the faith and I. the faith le
powerful changes of which
they were piled by English exacting heavy penalties for
missions amonf"iBe Tinmen- dawns and the morning' star the greatest asset that the
adventurers formed the major dlaobedlen' to their orders. pronounced at NiceQ. wt art permitted to be the
ass .. this date were still .cAt witnesses and rises In our hearts (Cf. 3, Cnnrch can prod net" for the
jointly
and Immediate I'NIOIYet. Similar charges against the persona
.
II'.. Pt 1,11)). creation of n new world.
the English,, had also been "arbitrary and overbearing" I would like y.. t. n. to remind them that He U In responsible

Santa Cms,three leagues able to play upon certain Injustices attitude of the friars occurred' plain ". words .. ( .,... the Father and the Father Is The Church may not be of The word of Cod is a lamp; May the experience of the

north of tit. AurusUne, Dickenson real or fancied that periodically in official reports taken from John 14 USI. !in him as they will realize this world but she lives In it gives our life strength and Catholic congress' be an encouragement

and his companions hot debates between the during the next two decades, the Gospel for Pealero.' ..... when. He returns to them. this. world and haj a missionfor conaoUUon. As Ith.. final for all of you \I)

found that the Christian In- Priests and Spanish civil of- particularly In the papers of 4ayi "If y.n loved me. yon This is reminiscent of HU this world. Therefore, authority and symbolic center turn ill toward good and to

Governor Cabrera who was wouM indeed "Jolrt'I I former statement (10,30)): "I her members on earth are for' the Fathers cf the tOo make the good still better Asa

M. J. admittedly a bigot where ant going to the Katkrr, lathe and the Father are one" If called to reflection by the utnenictl council. It Is also tn token of this desire and effort .

Murray Franciscans wert concerned. father la greater than I," they are one they are certainly changes' which we are experienctfts the center of your discussions. of yours, we. Impart l4

II wn4 seem that bell U. equal ; at the beginning of It .Is a special purpose of this you. especially tn your venerable

but Rome *t the charges had refuting. the equal ...1.... God the Son had two nature a new epoch so that each CathnHc convention to give BUhope.. Priests fam-

Strange true the ring e( etaxmsiion cheat tence ., Ik. throe trons .! the divine nature person may start the spiritual new impulse from Holy Scripture flies. communities and <<,aDo
Them, as ,...... the civil .f> to the further develop
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Scripture S The Florid Catholic. Friday October 2, tOG,



The Lord is king, let earth rejoiceTHE Pope Paul writeson

: universal dominion -
of the supports of His throne: r ,
King of kings Is the "Justice and judgment are 1 peace in Vietnam
common theme of psalms 94- the foundation of his throne."
0& But while, they all chart Father By Father Patrick O'Connor
the same theme, each of them Hidden tk"ck He way be.Ha .
has its own Interest Its own .Jobs J. do*. ...U.., His etlit Ia.sw SAIf.O.V (NC)-Pope Paul VI has expressed his fervent

beauty of expression.In Caatelotof l .ence sad His power by later wishes that the recent "fratricidal violence" in Vietnam

all of them Cod has Just ...1.. U ..nan kltterT. may be followed by "an earnest and and firm resolu

intervened In a striking way The this
psalmist
expresses lion for and
harmony and also for the 'victims of
In favor of His people-specifically fact with powerful Imagery
by freeing them from F peace.!' the recent incidents and their
In the first part of the second
exile In Babylon and bringing stanza ((7-9 the psalmist Ht sent this message In a families 1 for whom he ex
them back to their homeland.So verse 3, that "clouds and exults In Yahweh's manifest N letter dated September 4 addressed preened "our deep ympatln
public, so clear has been darkness are round about \lstory over all the supposed to Archbishop Paul He ended the letter by Invoking .
'
this Intervention that It has him." gods of the pagans. Il.Tfn'an Ulnh of Saigon. : "with all our heart ,

not only renewed and But even though II. Is hidden And ht concludes with \Vt have staged' closely heavenly ble! -lnm upon" the
strengthened the faith of the from our mortal eyes. He words of encouragement for !! United' In thought and prayer dear people Vietnam..

Chosen People In the king. Is supremely holy and exercises those who art faithful to the with the nuhopn.<< Priests and,
chip of Yahweh; It has also Judgment In His own one true God and exhorts people of Vietnam while following Southwest coast

demonstrated to the whole way His own time. Holiness them to be grateful and glad: the distressing news
world that He L, Indeed the (Justice) and Judgment are so "Be glad In the LORD you Jacksonville patrons invitedFather of the events that recently women sot data
one true God and that the essential a part of His nature Just and girt thanks to his disturbed' your country, causing

I gods of the nations are power that they can be pictured as holy tame" T. Leo Danaher promises a nival committee, from left foreground, btnodnhed' and mourning for deanery rally
less non-nUUe.. "
I among Its cltlsena, the Pole
successful fall carnival In his Sacred Alice Fletcher Ruth Raymond Lucille

And M> the author of pnalmM At Vatican council Heart pariah. Jacksonville. Friends Winter Donna McCall, Iris Fahy; w I'nl.Vow.. that! calm has nmnK:>To\- Monster

begins "The LORD U klnr. from all over the area are invited to standing, Frank Scruby, LincolnMeena. returned' for apparently whichwe Charles L. blander PA,

let the earth rejoice" ; let the join In the fun from 10 a,m. until 10 Father Danaher Anthony rejoice' with >'ou-our y.... met with the board;\ of
many isles be glad Pope appoints first women p.m on the parish grounds. Making Anania and Charles Raymond universal ministry. of charity directors of the Southwe

The "earth" or "land" is the plans are these numbers of the car impels<< us to express fervent Coast Deanery of the St. An-
Holy Land, which haa special wishes" and an urgent appeal\ guatlne IHoteMn Council of
reason for rejoicing, for Its auditorsaddsmorelaymen that this fratrtoMtl" I vMence Catholic Women last week to
residents are returning. Once nwy Iw. finally followed" by an pton for the fall meeting of
more they will live In freedom VATICAN CITY (NC) Among eight women RelUgiou Holy See's interest stressed by earnest and firm resolution the deanery.

and will worship God In appointed by Pope Paul VI to serve U auditor at for harmony and peace, a Deanery president Mi,...
the temple, where He will the ecumenical council U one from the United States. resolution strong enough to Charles Or .lmann of ft.;

manifest His presence in a Mother Mary Luke superior general of the Staten of Priest-observer at United Nations exclude any further conflict Martha Oulkl, Sarasota, Intmluced -
special way. But this rejoicing Loretto. Nertnx Kentucky and president of the conference antI to want, off any more the other of the" -;
I III not limited to Judea or to of grief by uniting, the entire Mrs. Kurman Me.llln, vicepreklent. -
major j religious superiors of women's Institutes By .Ills Tliiamta world' capable of overthrowIng -
the Chosen People.All population In one deetre to>> Our I ads Qtireaof
01; America was named on NCWC New Service the petty<< barriers of l>,rejiKlk -
the peoples of the earth other women were namedas teat'",. nrtler' and t.. seek the Martyr* GulMMrs.: Mat
("the many Isles" Is a conventional September 23. council auditors. Also, UNITED NATIONS, New York-"It would be Impos. *. and of partisan spirit. 'peaceful uiwtmtawUng that Denrter', recording' If't'r.loIt'l.

figure for the pagan At the same time seven eight new laymen were appointed Bible for the Holy Set not to be Interested In the United! and to dispose souls for a H essential for the progress, Ave Marie Qulkl: and 1r, s.
nations) can share In this Joy In addition to the 13 frank reronctltatfan l for a of the. country amkl Us, preeent > John Parker, treasurer, St.
if only they will acknowledgethe Says clergy holds selected last year. Nations Monsignor Alberto GlovannetU has said In an fraternal union among p- severe tries. ." Joseph OulW.Menatcnor .
one true God. Notice the Interview here. lie arrived on September 11 to take up plea, It Is the CalholUj Pope Paul' saM N praying Klstander; wcf-
Insistence on rejoicing and key to new liturgy The official rtlrax .. th. his duties u the Holy See's Church.: ardently for this IntentionDt.dflnei comet Mrs. James I.aeher

gladness. appointment said that thm* observer ton of the ....respnnstbllltr (tlor+nan .preaklent.. and Miss
anted were chosen .. repreenlaUves Catholics to create atmosphere Anne Tucker diocesan .
Since 1944 ht has served In an > enrrenpnndlng >
The kingship of Yahweh Is change success ef International .
the department of the papal of mutual understanding secretary toh..
not a cruel despotism) this Catholic groepa..
secretariate of state which Is and respect to overcome meeting.
Klag U also a father a father CI1CIXATIrCABishop : : ( This time continents other concerned with International and conquer all national' nar M The tteanerr ,.th.rln,1VI1t

who loves and tares for Ills has calculated here than Europe were given special organisations. The section In lowness and to seek a true take place: tin October 27 at
children. that the attitude of the clergy consideration. Appointed which the new observer has fraternal meeting between nation fit Iternard ('hurt'h. 'Anna

Verses 2,5 describe In tilth Is the key to a successful were physicians, workers served for the last If. )ears and nation." Maria island The Women,

ly poetic terms the recent activity liturgical renewaL business executives and l leaders was created by Pope Plus The second was his address Guild. of dt. liernard parutt!
of God In human affairs. Auxiliary Bishop Paul F of Catholic youth and lay XII. Monsignor Glovsnnetll to the congress of the laity will be the hosts**MAids
I So Indescribably wonderfulhas IJebold of Cincinnati advised apottolate organisations. stressed' the treat Interest In 1MI. wjhen he eoneludedlf ;

this Intervention been conferences of diocesan I In regard to women Hell taken in Its work by P<>pt there la a power In the victims
that the psalmist has to resort Priests here and In Dayton glows superiors were picked l'a,1.t. who was then M-.n- ?,itt'; 11.:1.111: I"-"f.r.
to exaggerated figures of Ohio to "determine here and who represent world.wide territories signer Ototsnnl Monllnl. and' than Id million pounds nft
speech to tell of It. now to speak and pray loudly, In order to do jutlre a top official of the secretarl- Council work is << nurpliM. hut have bet
For example, he wants to clearly and distinctly so as to all continents Australia is ate of Mate.Tfc rM.r>*d f..r the VIM of flood
be understood all and
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get TOM the Idea that under being represented by a Iay vi"'lima in India by Cathode
mechanical devices heir Mae U deeply
to Use any moving swiftly
ordinary circumstances, woman. llellef\ KervlceeNatlonaltathollfl \
that will help In this r.....ra.. with Ik. roMOon.
God Is a hidden God. Ills Among the laywomen twowar '' Welfare. Conference
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matter. | ace M n lfn r Sarasota parish loadors
easy to lost sight of Him. Andso Otherwise, he said the widows were chosen 1o *al4.It authority says 'A report "Uauad. by the nrl ..
he tells us. In the first part pay a special tribute to women nliatw>,,'. IndIan hvndquar. *.
effort to make the liturgy Father Allen Foynes jirtncnts presidents'pins '
who In their sorrow exemplify *! Is deeply concerned with Ity Fr Meru ,Jasiss o'-n. past lees hers saUl. the relief wheat,
more meaningful will be a to from left XI re. John Jovln Mrs. Oliver
an eloquent condemnation promoting the central well* VATH'AX ("IT'M') tttvertatl front aclmu . ACKSONVILLEiC miserable failure""Unless of war and humanity's being of mankind allSlIh \\ hlU the ecumenical cuunrll Holmen, Mrs )Un U Laiette an'l ).tr.. Anthony : at( ('.lIt supplies at
Priests and understandthe universal aspirations toward fostering the economic tod continued' to move swiftly' flanks aU of whom have been kaJere of the Ave jkMithajr Mtnwaig lioa vy mat tI
understanding liturgy to Impart their congrerstlona. that- a just and Christian peace." social development to schle\/ during the second" week oil Its! Marl Guild fUraaoU's JncarnaUon ,..n.h. anon rlfuh4; rerti ".*.u/..|

s.. the goals of the Wane auditor* will be this. Now the United' Nations third session, again stressing t t replacement" by th. fnllH -
and Its agencies are the In mate AM' Mission to New,
a cautiouslyoptlmUtle out
N -CA Constitution on the liturgy eligible lee Ik. first tiM tattend ternational machinery In look In Its deliberations, tl .Is Fallcn-aways saidIn ....",,,\to" ".."",,,...... Delhi. ,
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debate
liberty t t o t i Sharing our treasure



,brought to Council floor Accepts true Priesthood



((...tI.... ,.... MM l> )Position expounded earlier by of faiths
Louis, while fully supiwrtlng Ernesto Cardinal Rufflnl of : .ik a l ie following study

the substance of the document I'aleiino. Sicily he took Issue ;

doubted dome of the with a section hitting at the conversions are the
reasoning within I !It lie establishment of state religion s MOST of the cumulative

asked that the council Fa- *, and cited Its probable impact of many factors. : ;

then take two votes-one on had effect on concordats.. Catholic friends attendance Father 1

the acceptability of lit substance Many benefits have come 4 k + f ,.t at Maw, the recitation of
anti the other on I its from there agreements, lie J Catholic prayers, particularlythe John A.O'Brien. .I k

arguments for religious: libeitr. saUl, such as the protection a rosary, the study of Scripture

of marriage and religious education and the Bible and the

Cardinal Gushing exprcwed in the Vatican's concordat reading of Catholic literature,

satisfaction that the religious with Italy. especially' the story of a conversion -

liberty declaration had finally Making a point made also t. M. are typical of the influences .

come before the council, a by several Spanish prelates, Name director addresses rally JacksonvilleFather which under G Holy
reference to the disappoint he declared that it U not law grace draw a soul into the Protestant in most of their

ment by Rome that It had been ful to admit the freedom to Church. This is illustrated in doctrines and devotions.
Beach. Heslin Maurice Wil-
James J, Heslin spiritual Jacksonville Father foreground Atwood
postponed In the previous session. spread a religion when this the conversion of Franklin A.
may harm the unity of a director of the St. Augustine Deanery' is pictured speaJdng. At the head mer Dingman, John Delhi Johnnie Darling of Orleans, Massachusetts Thin radical dUnnlty

: lie argued that the Church Catholic nation. Proponent! Holy Name Societies, welcomed table are, from left, Clyde King Montgomery and Naif Mussleh, all now a Priest of the troubled<< shadow me greatly of doubt and casta ..

has always championed freedom of this point f view generally participant: from 15 par. Daniel Naughton, Herbert Wlsham new deanery officers except Mr. Company of Mary and a whether long we had the Real

for Its own activities. made a distinction I,.. ishea in the area at the rally heldon Father John A. Abucewicx Father Montgomery. professor at Montfort Seminary Presence or not.

and that It Is up to the council tween freedom. of private September 27 at hi pariah in Heslin and Father John McCarthy; Bay Shore, Long Island.

now to proclaim that what conscience: which they approved "My parents are devout "r read 'Salve Mater,' In

It asks for Itself It aUo salts and freedom of pub Methodists. related Father which Episcopalian Bishop

i for every human being. lie religious activity, to suffers inter-faith Darling, "and I was active In Kinsman of Delaware relates
which( they attached limits Vietnam by Day at campto all church affairs. I was president the moving story of his con
Ordinal Meyer d e cla l red which they did) not find In of the Epworth League version. In Lilting( the par

that the Utement In In *r the proponed council document : provide and organist at our church. lines In his dioceses he was
violence communismBy
..ord with fops| John Xrlll'sleaehlag furthering
:My: introduction to Catholicism distressed to find fundamental
'In lie differences of belief not
The religious liberty sub- recollection was through the rosary
'In Terrlw, Father Patrick O'Connor prudence That afternoon the laity but also
Ject was debated for three when 1 was 12. A Catholic only among
'
II* said 1U passage wa at>- days (September 2J-23): ) and SAIGON (NC) Vietnamese Catholic, who have Catholic youths broke Into cc........ frwt r... I) woman boarding at our home among the clergy. Some pastors .
nolutely necessary for the benefit then was ruled to be completed been in the forefront of the resistance against communism the government radio stationto will speak on "The. layman. showed me her rosary and at reserved the blessed sacrament .

of the Churth In dealing though it could be reopened have watched the defense of the country crumbling broadcast a statement. Father John F Wells of St. my request explained how to others did not; some

with lu own member, with later If speaker ol> a* a result of the same procewwt that have made them They mob were of emulating students who an had unruly Margaret Mary Church In say It. believed In confession, other
did not.
governments and with those talned<< 70 supporting petitioner
Winter Park, has the topic
of other faith I Jit said that In addition to the three suffer oned or their houses burned. broken Into the station and "What kind of ?" "I wan greatly taken with "The bishop called upon
Gravely Injured! Catholics smashed. furniture four days man are you Its sample beauty and hate the church to decide these
Cardinals other section of the
If the declaration I It not speakers They saw a Other< Prleiits participating Include .
passed<< nothing Hue, enactedby from the United States, oil were dragged from their hospital HuddhlftU whom they suspect earlier. Father Terrell Solana recited It dally ever since.I question Hut It sidesteppedthem

the council will matter favoring a strung declaration, basis In Danang and Is communist.Infiltrated and Next day a Buddhist.Incited 1 and Father Charles Theist of visited the John Abel allowing Its ministersto

Cardinal Hitter, taking the were Archbishop Karl I J, beaten to dt>ulh. A lluddhlitt whom they know Is antiCatholic crowd marched to tuck a Winter Park.Registration. family in Norwood and they believe and practice con

poNlllon that It It the coun Alter, of Cincinnati, Bishop youth, Injured during a street being flattered and favored I large Catholic school and the brought me with them to flicting doctrines. This wan

cil' duty simply to declare! Krnent: J. Prlmeau of Manchester fight In Bulgon, WitS killed by by high authorities. adjacent office of a Catholic will begin at sam Mass at St. Catherine's the straw that broke the
and Father Joseph enraged<<1 Catholic a* edited newspaper. Catholic Ultland's Father Hubert camel' back and led him Into
rather than to argue, eked<< young The Buddhists have had no Church. I was deeply impressed
for the elimination of all part Buckley 8.M., MarUt Fathers' he lay helpless between the genuine grievances. The political youth gathered for the definer J. Reason will celebrate with the reverence of the one Church with true

of the declaration that attempted superior general two battling side*. A Buddhist bonze have misrepresented with machetes sticks Mass at 1140 a.... The day's the worshippers and sensed unity-the Catholic Church

to defend lU sub Bishop Smlljan Cekada fitSkOIJIJ. crowd captured a boy security measures and the like program 'Include lectures the presence of God They governed by the successor of
4 whom they took to be a Catholic The partisan described as Mans and Benediction of the answered St. Peter.
stance. Rome of the argu- Yugoslavia, propoNed against communist suspect my questions as to
menu were weak, he acid that the council draft a pro- marched him through a* if they were nets of religious Iluddhlnts In these incident Mont Bleared Harrament what was going on at the al- ".\ltl" reading The Faith
and would slow up acceptance poral to l Ile. submitted to the half a mile of Saigon streets !*rne.utlon.: They have 'Included a variety of youths which I* scheduled at 4 p.m.AH tar. But my Protestant upbringing of Our Fathers and furtherIntenklv

of the religious freedom United Nations, asking' that It and then stabbed and beat been arrogant and demanding who probably practice. no religion. men of Central Floridaare caused me to resist prayer I derided! << t*

concept through controversy Issue a declaration on religious him to death. toward the weak government Out the gathering they invited. Individuals the attraction I was beginning follow hi* example.

Ite ought a simple statement freedom In all land Part of the tragedy In re- of this beleaguered state. joined was largely Buddhist. should make reservations as to experience for the

affirming religious liberty for and nation which would rent happening In South They have encouraged rank And when some of them had lOOn as possible with the Church. "With a Catholic friend I

all.Paul cover freedom for all church Vietnam I.I this: religious Injustice They nave furthered been at length disarmed and president of their Holy NameSociety "1 thought I found most all called upon Father (now

Cardinal Leger t>t activities, principles haw been set asideIn communist alms arrested, a leading Buddhist or contact Frank of Catholic doctrine and devotion Monsignor) James D. Rears
Montreal asked that the decfrritlon the name of religion, COIolWlf'dly bonze Intervened successfully In Church In Cedar Rapids and in a short
Sllwak TE 81210. High Epl-
Krsnl.Kn. Cardinal Koenlg All this .( length provoked to have them released.Many time received Into
further In IU. Invoked.' Catholics In was the
go sup. There< will be a copalianlsm,, which I em
of Henna. appealed U the a Catholic .....U4l.. Bet It smorgasbord
port of liberty, defendingeven council Father cot to finrget defense of their rights violated dues! not justify form earnest H. the right of atheists. or threatened! have done every Christendom. Thanks to God
,
abhor NanhoUh
the tactics of the political Knight of Columbus will at Wisconsin
the "tragle fart" that lakes by this reaction.Catholic .
Support for the declarationcame many unChrUtUn acts, Buddhists, and the Intercession of Mary,
nil Inn* under attieUtto commnnUt bosses and suspect that serve as honor guard duringthe to study for the ministry.
from a group of M Mle. ntrellgk.s Inflamed by politically minded demonstrator out. eonimnnUts nre wielding. day Here we lived an almost monastic whose rosary I had dally recited

latin American n I I. h o p i fretdom are deprived Inmany bona,.. have unaltered the fide the Vietnamese armed "....-. I. and from the pa.gudas life: we chanted the office for 12 yean I reachedthe
and that
whose spokesman was Raul such Matlons religion ethical principles of Bud force headquarter here on Scholar dies of the book of common port at last Then God
Cardinal Alive Henrique of dhism. August 27 feared that the milItary praTer dally; attended dally called me to the PriesthoodIn
edmntkm !I. either Impeded. ] HOUTH: OIU, New
Large number of Buddhist the Montfort Fathers who
Santiago Chile.
...bln4. From nil thin moral .....k. council would choove a mass, recited the rosary, wentto
or lender who would favor believers, however, are Jersey neutralism

and
0'1'_'.. the derUr*...... gas and social roaflirt, the swayed by the militant 'P. Christopher Latin confession visited the a ( fd.1t'oUoQ'wm..
He asked
f that the council and thus open the blessed sacrament. The Cistercian
Alfred Cardinal' Mlatlanl, of rvmnenlats<< p''" bonzes who have persuaded scholar who wa an editor' of Blessed Mother
speak out for all men to remove floor to the communists.. This Monastery of Spring
the ItoMHM r.rla. made th. them that their religion Is income the Confraternity edition of
the C'C'Indltlonllhil.r It was no wonder that some fear win fomented by one or Bank Is only a couple of miles
point that (ho.. who h... a the New Testament died last
menaced. donut <<
(They
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which oitly! atheists ran take or Vietnam Catholic l<*tMtlence. two generals who took advantage away and I used to visit it
H'1I&,0.1'.11'4 U d to week at Seton Hall University
by (
ham |part In government.Putting ) Hlnce last/ November of the northern refugeeCatholics' seem to stress' the real and pray In Its chapeL 4rulxipttttAZ "..*
iMtih otijrrllte, and cub.Jertlee and approaching menace that here where he was a faculty
rlihli to religious free.dons the draft declaration they had been often defame<<1 horror of commu- Communism pones to all rellglona member He was 74. *I had become aware of the I A. .. C"lg-.....l U ....*..
mi the |",w* tfore. the anal. treated unfairly In some nlxm. wide differences of belief and
white tho. profeMlngwiher here.) Between theMe A native of Peru, Illinois Ambulant Serrtce
religion hate only sub. council (September 23)), are pUce they had bevn phy"lcaWly The demonstration went bejwvl l llevers and their Catholic MonMgnor Christopher taught of worship among Episcopal VA 4-IN3
illnat Ilea\ President l<< of the narrow!, unjustly impris all limits of legality andHis laM, Anglo-Catholics
Jrcthe rlthK' compatriots, the division. Is at the Catholic University of are very L ST. AUGUSTINE

Vatican secretariate for promoting >R fc)Mcr now and deeper\ than it. America from 1X21 to 1938 and close to Rome, while the Low
Cardinal Ottavtoitl taM that
{ Chrlillan unity, auld hat been for years. The present again. from 1W9 to 1059! From
Catholics must profess their It .U '
purely religious and has
11I 19.18 to 1M3! he
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*, Agreeing with a movement or the state of .
to the apmtotale, ceptlon. Seminary In Darlington
Israel. The committee that formed He had been at Seton IJ7 cUARWATER-LAR6o ROAD-LARGO

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St. Andrew relic venerated priorto


return to site of his martyrdom Papal/ group Mass guide

hears how to
SUNDAY October 4
VATICAN CITY (NC-Tbe skull of St. Andrew the led a papal mission bearingthe 20th Sunday after Pentecost

Apostle, in exile in Rome for 502 yearn returns to Greece: relic back solemnly UPatras. be Fishers (Mas of Sunday, Gtorla.

u "the pledge and the sign of charity." Greece, the site of St Creed Preface of Trin

I Thus did Franiisloia Ordinal Koenlg of Vienna hall Andrew's martyrdom and an VATICAN CITY (NC- ity.)
the return of the dent shrine. MONDAY. October 5
great relic to the Orthodox Church of
Paul M has likened
Pope
Greece Nine years after Constant! (Macs of previous Sunday
during
a commemorative service In St. Peter's nople fell to the Turks. Pope hla general audiences to 2nd Prayer of SU. Placldus
basilica
on September 23. Present were Pope Paul VI and Plus II-then In the midst of and companions. Common
the first meeting of Saint
the participants In the Second an effort to spur a new crusade Preface, or, feast of St*.
Vatican Council. Peter. The council session -had the skull trough: Peter and Saint Andrew Placldus and companions
opened with the Mass of St.
The Pope himself carried Andrew, celebrated by Paolo to Rome. with Christ. Mass of several martyrs
the skull into the basilica. It .- :" '" Gloria Common Preface.)
Cardinal Karelia. Archpriest Cardinal Koenlg U his addrew ; t The Pope held his usual
'wu the Mile not the TUESDAY October.; e
Gospel of St. Peter's. recalled that the rtll r weekly audience on September
book which rested in honoron St. Bruno. (Mass of a ConffMor .
was received I. Rome by the 23 In St I' ttr'. ba.lllca.
the altar the Cardinal Koeilg not a BUhop. Gloria
preachedat
during
council Pop April 21. 1M%. _IUextraordinary Normally scheduled In the
session of the day. The the Mass, salstlag the relic 2nd Prayer for the anniversary
and audience are now
t morning
pomp prwrewloB
skull wu encased In a new la the Mme of the more than \ for the consecra-
*, held In the late afternoon because
liver reliquary fashioned in XOOO successors of the .\ .. .... lion of Archbishop JosephP.
R' the banlllca U orcuplertearlier !
the form of the bared head of ties gathered l I. the basilica Pope Pius II hailed the relic :"- by the council Fathers Hurley Common Pref
the first-chosen of the Apostles for the couch as an exile and promised thai .. ace.)
and the brother of St. It would be returned In honorto :> '' .J rope r..l told the tho. WEDNESDAY. October 7
The salute In St. Peter'stook Patras when the occasionwas r'1 \.. sands prenent cf bU derUto Mewed Virgin Mary( of the

place three days before opportune. to seed a rello of Hi. Andrew Rosary (Mass of feast Gloria

Augustln Cardinal Bea, president Cardinal KoenIg said that Ncto Matra, Greece, sad 2nd Prayer of St. Mark
of the secretariate for Relic of St. Andrew
although the relic's stay In recalled the Mretlac of the Crewl Preface of the
ORLANDO promoting Christian unity St Peter's was at an end. this two ...."'tl.. with ("brUt on niewed Virgin.)
did not mean that U ended Precious relic of St Andrew from chapel with Archbishop) Enrico Dante the b..k of the Jordan lilac THURSDAY October eSt

WINTER PARK "the affection In our hearts." the treasury of the Vatican, encasedIn papal master of ceremonies, (center In llrldget (Maw of a holy,'

Given to Greeks He concluded: : new golden reliquary, u being re white surplice) art from left Arch II. al4\t recalled that they woman not a martyr Gloria
a.ke.| (tint where lie livedami !
"AU of us burn with desire turned to custody of the Orthodox imandrite Andrew Scrima and Arch 2nd Prayer of SU. Scrgtus,
PATRAS Greece (C- that Christ replied t: "Com Ilacchus Marcellus and
FAIRVIEW Thousands of Creeks lined and hope of achieving unity Church In the city of Patraa Greece, Imandrite Pantelelmon Rodopoulos, and see"The ,
Preface
A t Common
pule us.
the tomb of
May St. Andrew
CUinirs & LiunJry the countryside and the main become a center of devotion u a gesture of friendship suggested while at right U Bishop Jan \VllIe Pope said-: "They went rill DAY. October 9

Vxlitt... square of this city to greet and a sanctuary of prayer by Pop Paul VL Rerrcsentatlvea of brands, secretary of the Vatican's Sec and saw Thus was Initial St John I onanL (Mm cffeast.

X}**.B .... .. A. M.Cw.kr as he brought back to Greece Bishops Priests and faithfulto Istanbul gathered in the Pauline together of men and the St*. pent, Rustlnu: and
Ul, Kdgvwster Orlsafe the skull of St. Andrew the
be faithful to their vocation following of Christ" !Eleutherlus Common Pref
Apostle, taken to Italy five
for the glory of Got May *lt seems to us that every ace)
centuries ago.Cardinal Peter and Andrew together Cemetery day pontifical audience someway SATURDAY, October 19

WE ARE NOT THE Bea, president of pray for the entire Christian Florida ReportsOrlando DM: PUIIXMn: ( )-Th* reflects the meeting of 8t }'raM tlnrgla. (Mats of

the Vatlran secretariate for people and for the accomplishment : National Catholic Cemetery outs" with Christ, he con holy abbot, Ota-la, Common
LARGEST JUT WE TRY promoting Christian unity of peace and con Conference headquarter her tinued."Here. Preface.. )

TO BE THE f RIENDUESTAACL carried the sacred remains in cord. Starl0 announced that National Cemetery In the humble sem- SUNDAY. October 11

a reliquary and presented It Afterward the relic was St. Kdward: Sunday will be observed btanc of Ills vicar He continues list Sunday after Pentecost
\ Per Annum" In a ceremony in the city transferred privately from St CharlesThe on November I, feast of All la call yes ta fall (Mass( t>f Sunthy' Gin

1'40 COTDivi,
Cempeund Ouirtfrfy stantino of the Greek Orthodox public veneration there St. Charles parish will sponsor announced that a forty hours conjunction with the observance you who are weary. and opl of the (U.UIct.I r.

Church. began that night with the a spagtietU' dinner on Sunday devotion wilt take place at St .Is available from NCCC eomM 1 and I will console gin Mary, Creed Preface of
Sore with Security A special Greek plane had relic's being formally entrusted William Church Keystone headquarters, 710 North River you. follow me and I will Trinity.)
brought the Cardinal and nine by Cardinal Marsha October 11 from 3 to T eights, for the members of Road. Ds rtalnes, Illinois. make you Into fishers of
SAVE AT other from the pm at BUhop Moore cafe Bdwtrd and *
dignitaries to Lull Cardinal Traglla. pro.vicar St parish surrounding Maitland men
Vatican for the teria. Tickets will be sold\ at beginning ORLANDO
event They of Rome, hoe titular mission areas
SECURITY FEDERAL the door for adults, one dollar St Mary )fagdal.aChildren
were accompanied by an church la St. Andrew's. with High Mass st
; children up to 12. 79 cents; ) rest O: .lr4 WINTER PARK
Orthodox mission. The delegation 10 a.m. on October e. the devotions of St Mary Mag e'.mrl.l.
then drove along roads and family, five dollars.KofC will continue until dalen\ \ tkhmil Will) iMirtlrlp4te" UwtS..COIIIXTUMINATING

lined by Greek farmers pay. "0 p m. October B MUM w'1''! .In the living nsarv to take co.
I tnt silent! homage to the relic, Pope cites// spirit The Greeter Orlando Columbus be/ offered rn Oct ber ft and pUce In the church at ,TM 1..pe.teuu BARNES

which was taken to the west Dsy banquet will be heM e at TO a-r withonlng Wednesday evening October IMS WltfeW .e,....*. ... tin
for safekeeping from the of Council's aimsin on October 14 at 7 p.m. at the Ueotri!
threat of a Turkish Invasion Cherry Mesa H '4eL This lan :

In 1450. returning relic annual affair siwmsored 10M X:(tray. Ot..4..

Jointly by Coundl 2113 and Gary's Duck Inn CANeBISHOP. tout
Council MM of the Knights
ROM: (>C) Pope Paul i
PAQUETTE MOTORS of l c.lumbul. .i*. v* A te.ni. >.. fen)
e had announced last June 23 clips ff sea'-. as

AtTBOUlIB......(!>.* rt BKAIKBB ..Ltk that he was returning the Guest speaker will be Stephen 4.rt was? .asr aaTwrasaflee. MOORE
.....**..* Track relic of St Andrew the Apostle C. O'Connell Justice of CA lUll
C4 c.. to the Orthodox archdiocese the Florida Supreme Court.In t r.1 ISM ... ear ... VraN SCHOOL RINGS
C... cmtnh S. o.. BUM. n. attendance will be theMayor
frwagjuro tonic anoQAlio* GAS-1U of Pstras. Greece, wherehe of Orlando, Robert PRICED '
qua p M L". was martyred.It l biSfSOM
was a gesture testifying. Carr, and state deputy John'
Children's'Clothes
ha said "to our veneration Owns William Joyce, for
for the Greek Orthodox mar district deputy of the
i: Church and to our Intention K of C will serve as masterof Line
WATKiNS ceremonies. f
"
to open our brotherly heartto "..... U a..tJltt.
It. In the faith and charity Tickets may be obtained fW Girls A ley* ,..... GA 2-mi

of the Lnrd." from any K of C member or .f .t. IIHH ..<...>.. htl; t-tiil 14. N. CU/If' Ames
The Pop announced a a* the following locations::
OKANOO WMTf* FAMC .\
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three-day period of special Simps Company,
veneration at the Sunday North Orange Arenu. Or Why a4 IDs .. M..leref ** M*.... .rea Acne

Mass he celebrated in 8t lando; Janets Dook and Mir V* b." a k... ....,... fa yeee tangyDEMETREE
YOUTH CENTRE INC. Peter's (September M st the sic Shop 121 North Park A" e- .

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new session of the ecumenical Shop 333 .Ruth Park Aver *,
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I ..ce........ .... ,.*.. ,I>)> them to Columbus, Georgia, The Bishop "countenancedthe France In 1839. He had begun He studied for the Priesthood "

la "Rebel Bishop these are where presumably they could intention of two young service In Fernandlna whenit both at Catholic Unlver

"cameos do more good. men to publish a Catholic was a key military camp sity of America In Washing.
some
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I It paper," the Pacificator, published In the state garrisoned by a ton and at the University of
The jonrnry was at pare In Augusta Georgia. force of 2000 men. Diaries Louvaln In Belgium. He was

cluMilc for error and nil ad- T The paper published with the kept by Father Clavreul and ordained In the chapel of the
'the of national venture and U retold from an "Rebel himself American there
On day approbation of the Bishop of by the Bishop" College on
prayer appointed by President account left bjr one of the Savannah, announced editorially have been testimonies of the June 28, 1900.Talent.

.Buchanan (January 4, acne that it would serve alan earnest attention paid by

18617.,'Bishop Verot rose to The Bishop had been "a organ for the Bishops of Verot and his Priests to the known

speak on "Slavery and Aboli prisoner of the Yankees, the South. spreading of the Faith.

tionism" In the parish. churchof had been pursued and stoppedby Monclgnor Ellis in the fore
We to that
St. Augustine. The sermon Union Cavalry had fallen Press venturesFather Father are Gannon happy ks see rescued word of "Rebel Bishop," men
he delivered was a rublcon in tions Father Gannon's sensi
into swollen streams,
them from obU," ..
Abram J. Ryan author '
hit personal life. His sermon, and had been shot at by rebel live use of English. The FlorIda -
says Father Gannon, would rifles. of the poem. "The Conquered Verot recaptured the site of Catholic's readers were I

win Its author the accolade Banner" was the edi the Oldest Mission the Mission aware of his talent In that regard

and-In the North-the opprobrium tor of Bishop Verot's official of Nombre de Dice for before he was ordained

of a "rebel bI hop."' t newspaper during the years the Church through judicious and since. His distinguished

Standing In the pulpit of As Maine and Connecticut 1868 to 1870, the Banner of purchase, writing Including the current

the old Spanish church at St regiments prepared to evacuate the South. He repaired the old parish "Great Chapters in Florida

Augustine, Verot set forth Jacksonville on March 29, 81 x year later, Bishop church which had been designated Catholic History is familiar,
what was the common Amer 1803, a number of men broke Verat began to pabllsh the his cathedral the to subscriber
lean Catholic opinion on the ranks to loot The New York
Tribune Ht. .\.,..tlne Instructor the Cathedral of St. Augustine.He Footnotes in "Rebel Blah-
account described
subject North and South
fleet Catholic newspaper. pat visited Cuba and examined op" show countless place
what
happened. Father Can
(namely that the state of Involuntary
,
Itehed in Florida. It lasted the church records where the author himself
servitude was not non says, "The sacrilege
for four month and folded of his Cathedral. translated the original French:
would live In Verot's
necessarily evil)). memorythe
with the Bishop's death (Jon Father relates his
Gannon : documents research on
rest of his life He
In all events, comments the tells
author of RebrI 1 Bishop it the story of the burning and J! 10, 1878). Verot.
Oldest records
was clear from his celebrated sacking of Immaculate Conception During the war years when Hi history Is indisputable

sermon that for Augustln Church and rectory he was cut off from Baltimore for scholarship A Phi Beta

Verot justice was the supreme Il I""' yrJa printers Bishop Verot edited Involving"When the after historian negotiations John Kappa at the University: of

Imperative in human affairs. and published catechisms and Florida, Father Gannonearned
r ,;' .,::. Gllmary Shea and: two of
For him It was not a question \ an ordo for hU Priests his Ph.D. degree In
The Priest who t'\
had his ; (. Verot's successors: : in the See
where injustice most prevailed The Vatican Council ended the Gal 111
history at DCS *
church burned out from .
un a of St. Augustine, the old records
whether among abolitionists der him Father William J Bishop Verot concentrated on were finally returned to I<'boolla 1962.
or among slave masters lifting up the Church In the
Hamilton was serving In the their In
proper parish 1906
"Rebel Bishop" gives ao.
but a question of hoW'lonl broken South. "Rebel BUhop"underlines
spring of IBM aa pastor of f they constituted the oldest of Vero,'.
counting Augustln
injustice could prevail
the fact that Catholics -
the Church of the Assumption : written records of American
-4 4's
among either before divine In Florida are in debt "labors for souls In the poor
in Macon
Georgia origin preserved in the United
retribution descended on the not only to Spanish Catholicsand and sparsely settled flatlandiof

country at large (Chapter II, Ills testimony-eUboraled Irish Catholics but also, States. Florida, his wartime travels >:

Slav or Free?) upon bjr the anlhoiof Ilebel thanks to Verot, to French (Next year, during the and ministrations through

nh.hop"JIOkt of the bore 'f r Catholics. 400th anniversary of St Augustine out two Confederate states,

0 run suffered by 00,000 federal Bishop Verot plays the stellar earliest copies of his compassion for the suffer

Midlers Incarcerated In role in his chapter of these pariah registers will be trig enemy at Andersonville,
In St. Augustine, a Confederate the open stockade at Andre..onvllle. American history. But "Rebel on view for the public at the his earnest advocacy of the

soldier attending MassIn Bishop" fleshes out for us for Mission of Nombre de Dloa human dignity and of the

the parish church! was 4 the first time several Priests, where Father Cannon authorof rights! of the Negro freedmen,

handed a message which One quote from Father 4 stalwarts of the Faith, whose "Rebel Bishop," Is the dI. hU zealous rebuilding of the
read: "The Yankees are land. Hamilton reads: rector.) war-shattered Church, and
names are held in reverent
ing." Pandemonium broke "I found the place extremely the arduous missionary trav

I louse Confederate troops crowded, with a great deal ._._____n '_ __._._ ____ ______ _____ little memory was known but about before.whom Two .Father Cacaos dedicates, ell that he undertook In the
quickly absented" themselves of sickness and suffering hi book to his mother, Mr. autumn of life," the author

a from the city, and many of among the men I was keptso Bishop Verot of them are: Mary Lee Gannon. says

the residents, Catholics among busy administering the Early Priests His father Michael Vincent Until now, with the publl
f them, were not far behind sacrament to the dying thatI the lines at any place whichhe It was while he was in Impressive as this book Is Cannon an Army officer, cation of "Rebel BUhop his

The Sisters of Mercy were had to curtail a great deal did with his own hand- Rome for Vatican CoanrH I In scholarly analysis of the e Father Peter Dufau born died in Washington, D.c., in evolution from the pro-sUv.
compelled to close St. Mary's of the service that Catholic writlng." that Bishop Verot was named writings and speeches of 1940. position held In
at France
Bayonne, ; 22 yearsa cry common
Academy for lick of both Priests administer to the the first Bishop 01 the .*w Bishop Verot the history with the .
diocesan Priest in Georgiaand Mrs. Cannon settled In St majority of American
funds and students.In dying, for the reason they e Morass established at BC Ag *. buff could read more. for Father Florida. H* completed Augustine to raise her three : Catholics to a position of
these circumstances: Ve were so numerous-they .llne In 1870. Me returned Gannon does not
Many dramatic Incidents print construction of a new Immaculate sons, all of whom attended St zealous advocacy of Negro
rot thought It best to
remove died ao fast""Rebel t* the United MUles that fall. full texts of
even of the eleven Sisters illustrate the life and time of sermons or pas .Conception churchto Joseph Academy, across the rights was little known Bu<
Bishop concludesthe tora 11.
stationed there, and reassign Andersonville episodes the "Rebel 1 Bishop," Including: People all over the land Verot replace the one burned by street from her home on Palm his work as a Priest of Jesus

with this comment e The cemetery: episode In will be Interested! / the account was a scriptural federal troops at Jacksonville. Row The boys grew up In a Christ was known at least to
Under the ; Savannah when the Union of Verot at the Cuun* scholar had a brilliant mar Father folio was administrator home within the sight and his episcopal successors! and

Augustinebapfizedin of war histories'In.dln.llht concerned triiop began to bulM defense ctL Verot at the helm of the tery of English letters and of the Diocese between sound of the Cathedral It now his legacy will be Utter
Could express himself welt the death of Verot and the the known to others.
to historic!
with the more spectacularside ant ground of a Catholic cemetery Dtoces of BU Augustine will was parish
of public slaughter dI.turNnllTaVH there engage the attention of every ,Excerpt are given of the consecration. of Bishop John church: of old St. Augustine. Bishop 'Verot the Vatican
enamored
of battles. and strategies -and the '. sucreMfulefforts one in KlorhUu Personal U- polemical contributions to the Moor the second Bishop of Verot's c.thedral-that Father Council orator the shepherd

1 and colorful command. to prevent further brines will be enriched by a press and periodicals which St. Augustine. Gannon returned to celebrate of souls the professor comes

ers, IlUhop Verot and hU. desecration of that ground. ropy of this book. You will Verot made when he was a Father Henry Peter Cla- his first Solemn Masson alive because an Ingenious

Milan font Priests achieved at last the e use It for reference frequently college professor vreul!, recruited by Verot In July 19, 1U9.! author wrote "Rebel BUhop.
Itlnbopeffurts (erut's 'tlat-
oblivion reserved ) after you have read it fur + "
to peachmakers - -----
for feuds nuvght both
MIIM.Y (CSC)-Arch: 'oloftits and the anonymity pleasure. .
i In Ike Sonh 0' she. ('sitedal.lre
uncovered her a baptismal of true charily, and .Isj }*...1IC'e Ikromk Prior to becoming a member

font they believe to Iw the Moriety for Ik. rrupam. of the U 8. hierarchy: In I

the one at which St. Ambrose lion of Ik. Kslik. after the the South, Bishop Vrrot was ,tit
baptized: St. Augustine in 387.: ,
a Bulplclan professor at St.
t ta
The six-Aided stone font I Is Bishop Verot wrote in a Ull of the Confederacy.Th Mary's Seminary in Balti a The Bruce Publishing Company presents
letter
the moat Important result of e Introduction after more. Rebel Bishop" Is amply N MK

three year of srcheologiralexcavations. "In Savannah w* had the war, of Sisters of St. Joseph annotated and one of the '* this fascinating new biography about
the hours Iteration 'a
forty the
,
It Is set In whatremains from 1/e Puy. Franc. footnotes tells that a math

of a black and white cannon time. The, ,Yankees roaring enteredthe all the (blrthulac* of Blshun Verot) matte textbook In Verot ; the first bishop of St. AugustIne and the

marble floor dating back: to t.) tooth the children of the own hand U preserved.

the fourth century whilst City I Wednesday.was saying& 31st Mass Ic emancipated ala\... (With Seminarians learned sect '' early Catholics// of Florida by Father
the help <>f the Sisters of Ht
The' pr+nriit etratalhin "f heard their jelU. and prices as well as mathematics '
Joseph hump Verot Ulllnheil > % r' Michael V. Gannon Director of the
{ "
am Jail I I. the hueS 0' the. hurrahs; fortunately, nothingwas from him during his 11 yearsor ,1) iA
....... ielhto ralhedral, of In the I school for Negroes In nor In FUltlmcr rUss ,
Injured church -
or
St ..Auguntlne Ittttl! ?; Kavannah :) Mission of Nombre de Dios In St. "<,
)11"110nowlfll
In the house, although the rooms. II* taught mineralogy I
1WT Jacksonville
; ,
of undergroundruins cemetery fence was burnt On IMIK! ; ami. I before nls death oology, gvology, chemistry 1 Augustine. .
Christmas day a collection' and astronomy as well as
In this spxit' had liven their HUter and others I
recorded since WO, when preliminary was: taken up for the orphan taught Negnws .In Catholic mathematics and geometry.

excavations were and the Catholics of Sherman's Khouta In Kemandlna, IVUtka. Wit shinesAt ,

jnad. army' gave about 4 dollars, which was a. Godsend F REBEL BISHOP
West.
A tuition of the ruins came ) e
in First Vatican Council.
there
as was no other
to light in 1042 when a bomb W* have given a few car
at the Urn BUhup Verot demonstrated
money than the
shelter! auks of tbe "ranoo
was bring built but ** tow
I-in his speech 1..-
ito further effort was mad to Dmfrderat money, which I het the appetite of everyon Ufa and Era of Augustin Vcrot
had become quite worthless.Hoon for the Fathers,-hU rf I
immtlgate them thoroughlyuntil fur' a copy uf "JUll. UUIn'o,."
sprct fur science.
after the fall of Savannah
mi. when work for a It Might to ire wi every
dubsay was surtrd.' DUcuvrry I paid' a visit' to Mternun Catholic' : ecx.a Ilhrary shelf, Nisephe, .f kU. ell at the it
line the authentic which he
and asked hIm a PM to cross and rcnutLablc story said was more itaporiJirt to discuss
of the ruins whose erneis rertalnly And thu. library r.tn. l..n are as nee..edr .
now about tM( ) fret Kiuare.. ---- -- committees who provfcl* good of' Bebop Anguttin Vtrot.OO came to Florida in than the abstract errors of philosophers)

forced Seminars in India Hlerstur", for" Intel ..
some changes in thesubway's public libraries
"It It tnw that th* Irishwlte 1SSS n first resident btvbop to role to defend the rights of physical science .
route. IIOMIUV (q..I..twtI.t.1 Mould be doing a sere'K

Breaking. on the trot ry d IU- awl thtultiilral stminara ta M** that(wpte* of "ItetMrl, "but In the point's sits UUeve InfUllUllty in Ibis ttate. During the Civil Wasrw ......- .4 Skb...... ; and to speak often, and with

covered. lw superintendent pC t.t r)'. MlrabellaItubertl. for will November he simultaneously. 26! In ronnmtkm op|.melon "maLaUue ItkIw *" find MI thVtr such way.twt"' Into... In their; prt *they lt* InfslbblHiy I Iii championed .the Confederate :=a ncr.::..::.N'ts.aeScat effect on the definition of

** d nut only do they believe (tarn* 'hi *
Antiquities of Milan, declared:: with the 39th )Intrrnatkmal It. but they beat with Ilk,. came, awl his ilriling sermons and ... ..? ,... .. :, Papal InfambOitj.'
High compliment s L_____ .. .,
Eucharistic: CVnrreM. to !Ir -
This. to She rtr.ltupUMry ......_. any who deny. It"And new\pjpet btoadude earned lam U*' .. .-... rr.. So netting and
.( Ik.anrlent' Shrb4.Ilan "heM her Rum Nwtnher 21Th .. 1'e ..... irrepressible wee
....w. || I. my Ilkelr to 111\1 5. Mvn4itiior. John ThtI.1 again Vervi t* quart..hi reputation of a '"rtlxl brthopw* ,,sea l ll"n wir.. ....: this bishop from the America Sooth

II .to Ik. | two seminar _&lit.) IK In his. fortftonl In -Hel.l lUUhv .I say frvra this sotto to ailrdtaurs It7 w .. V sasI Ml ,
wfclcn HU .h.tl.h-pi.M. .) Suet !. heM a. part of the pnKvare "," |w.v* tribute to the of rrllckMM, paperSwhat I ilk defense of the Negroes of theSouth p"-K' a' seta...' he became known as the en/aas
was tuip.Th lBr4ITh 5e'
4 Sk +
which aim lit veto (4 this Uwk **l to lieMulhur'r I f*M-. aaM to one tit Wry *
...... $program Lis advocacy of their honusi f.a. Tr.n eau Icmble of the Coonci Order
rtaW. a seminar on furl l Mel l rhnUHy wick when ,I.th*""t. II* h4 I Uvti .htVg Nngkt Rb.re.1 l1.ne Ilt.ny, ro-
hssin la sunk sppruvimatety Health Th ratMhrtlral ..... h* sn>.. lint. attrMU h ptuvhtluvtiNwHlmry ; the pmtir* vt the KUSMIIt'hurrh dignity and mil ttthtv placed him l......, .. car er.rd.. copies; of this ....asullttOaDt of anntraordinary

ho feel into thHour. beer th "'sibnlte rrfcl m_ hat In I4ew4o 4dsMeiauq
.lewiaurd| by *
'in the 'forefront' of Catholics who
MlM ttntvnl Mkt"' thatIt tUnhop* nmfermr ot .lM|..<"rMl" In refunt 1 luYersEi St AMJwr' tier slut nun and of the early

was and HiMeiilv th* orig. \1'xli.i wit) ul pit* at the Mi said. ,...... TK r*. chess I defewk'tt U N. w pc ChmtuaUy sod education to the freed Catholics of Florida from The Honda CathoGe.

trial' bspUfti bf th* tint vi. \.;*\ ie a mtltu of tdur wi.. Issy iveilie of" Either. ser WM in b.wra that ,'hurch erected' there thonty u>w her*. Th lh oli>ct
after the I.mt t.ICIIt4a" ciini\31 will be heM. at the tMeugort tNil week fcul accvrtttng to IU* fs4>y.
Un* all"**d ih.l"' 'iUlans to aura, X Seminary; in nearly awl. ef.*. HVUllut kfH t'ihl ... I Mh; 1 wtM M ywi Whea the parochial. school tan Into financial. TNt uua rvmaxMO' : COU AKTiw

wunhlp 11ft" t. "1\Ift. ,........ 'h p........ ,....... ,... th* Uy *n wMch. aria tnmbk bectuvt of the sneajre moorccs of the a.*, wws*>s.. snot

te", 1. se.1 i iMrhrtagtt. tw ass at mb Mm .* kn Catholic easier his follow b the ... . _
ae* ** HOSM tlwiymt people charge ( ---- .._..__.L .L d T T. L ....
turn n tasty .4 .4aathrr
wy tty go Mad get a Mm.utsti.. he the school t board
public aa
pensudcvi
:. : '. Wwiild heteYen whtvh yes tsiIit heed' Put war, one n* nM CM****

: retp5' city to (tune* the entire parochial school o.a"a ......
Illl tk* b* ipr.t bents tat I irttrn : ,

.. l 'l), : )r "1 .. --r-r* tile tsec.s late. t Wtisae+rt Wt-to knew are the. UHonk, es?s.14aHy an amncrtaeai that fisted to 1916. : c.......... ps.. .e....
th* Ur ease. U r "
..
'
: :' '" '> Vt'.w taMk In th* mutwilhi ltieesla' R Esther Cutoon dctcnbes the at the fat S ;tI
'J ). l't'l'.t'lj'E : .tl\.ll';,.:: I x, .' ....... III tM fleet gives: perk scene ........ .*.... too. IlSitpi. : IoAls sex!

'. .Si-4t\ '...... ....... ....,.. ahs dibo VatkM C0ac3 fa JS'"O.tana:" Bishop Ven* took ( '" .. >,: 'tf;' II +rt.ir

,. m.. ethrta. 4 !iw pessed enters Veew. t* N aMhA. roe the plstfom to trU the bishops of the ...U.- ,.' \ i ".t. .

,j ..\..... tM pesseteletia p.WbA.r. etWety Rushed.
about the special problem the Qraith .as facinffa : ,
\ rnt'Q'r' t m"" h.1). \ "I
\ of M. AtweMMi pt... I* lkr.. ..kttnMtoM f., pqr

.. 14 ,'Mt..+tedal tagsm t4aetep nslfciUm. Ik* trmrmr. U Flar.dc (the Nepo probJesa lot esa.p4{ e ,
;T lh..iU""h:
.. \ : \ .. caw Mr e..N..l lA --... a.."", *4 the ...... ... the.. 0,. ----. ,r-

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