The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
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issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00042
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Special correwpondrnceKO3Ir '

VOL. ; Italy Bishop John J. Wright opened Mon.day' .

1 English-speaking{ << press briefing on the Ecumenical
Council stating that Chapter 4 of the schema on the

Commissionstudiesw Church which deals with the laity waa strictly theological
and doctrinal.
This statement was made to clarify the purpose of

the schema on the church. ThV) schema was not meant to
deal with specific probl irti of the lay movement rather

English use in Mass i tt: all it was nations to be a universal-'" -rulde applicable. In all times and

lice and an excellent schoolof
nishop Wright voiced the the lay postdate where
ST.A1GCSTorCicen of the Diocesan Liturgical Hanrahan Father Michael J. personal opinion that \If the the Christian religion pervade >
Commission met in St. Augustine last week, under the Larkin Father William A. r i emerging nations of a thou. the whole male l of life
presidency of Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, to continue Kelly Father Hobert E. Far- sand years ago had this guide, and dally transforms &it more..'
th* world\ today would be
official preparations in the Diocese Parent are reminded of the
of St. for
Augustine mer.Father t much different
one. It i I. to
the coming changes in the liturgy. Terrell F So1.: ra. great rol. they have of witnessing \
the next thounaml jesrs that
Father Lawrence
Cunning Christ In the
New editions of the Mass Incorporating English were ham Father John P. O'Fiherty. -:. n. are honking he Mid home. H la through them that
examined by the liturgical directors, and programs were Father James A. "Th* laity state the kilt creates new leaven fur
arranged to familiarize Priests and laity with the Intro. Foynes, Father David T. r.h.I1"are railed there (to the ChrUtlanliatlun! cf the

duction of the vernacular In the Mass and the_ sacrament_ n_______ o Shea. Father Patrick A. opostotlc vocation) by' Cod work!
The Liturgical Commission Quinn Father Philip E. Hal :u.> that by carrying out each "Hy their competence In the
experts hate been studying: Keith Symons Father Timothy stead Father Thomas Mo: .vt his own duty, ant guided' by profane dlnctpllries and by
the documents of the Second J. Altaian Father JohnP. Crane. the spirit of the Gospel!. they their activity let them
General Council of the Vat Caulfleld. Father Michael Father De, mond Finn. F... may like a leaven, work. It vlgtirously contribute their.
kan, especially the "Constitu ther Thomas J. Uergln F l lan were. from within for the efforts so that created. goods
tion on the Liturgy Participationof ther Lawrence P. Iledmond, el t ranctlflcatkm: / of the world!" according to the ordinance of
Father John X. Linnehan. Father above all by the testimony of their Creator and the emanation
Meetlac with the ArrhbUh- ." their life .
Vlctorto Aguera, rather of IIU Word may be pr
op were Father Irvine >., laity, goalat Manuel Couto Father r.ibl.m Holy Name men to gather at Mass Th ..,...toJ t. of th. tally ferted, by human labor tech
teal, chancellor; Father U In th.
Glmeno Father Jose Rub, a sharing Church's nics I art and rlvlllad culture
"Jane F, Gloekler, president seminars Father Daniel J. Ctidy, Father For an appropriate celebration of region<< to a midday Mass at the hurlyOO't" Mltlita mUalnn Itself, and for the t benefit of all men
.f the (bmml elea; fr'stfcrr to that ..loUl .
John Bluett, Father Jerome aj (they) .realrn..d "Th laity are summonedby '
the 400th this of the Hombre do
( r-old Mission of
Bernard F. DittHan, ..erne.tarn anniversary year .
the Lord
by Illmnelf
A. CarcweHa and Father. ChrUt through the Coun-
Last Saturday, In three different
Father David 0 Mhf'. area. of the Dtotene!, Francis X. Smith. Holy Name Society, the national director Die In St. Augustine. The altar by baptism\ and ronflrmaUon." rll to b* all things to all mni
Father Uaaiel<<1 J. Cody, FatherJohn meetings were held by Priests has arranged with the Diocese of (above) on the grounds in the Oldest to use all their talents for thet..u.rn'.nt
Blaett Father CyrilXeaaedy The following are neaibrnn St. Augustine to lead participants in MUalon will be prepared for the out Thrnngh Ihl slalemeat the
of mankind both
of the Diocese of
aa a mean .. r.anrl.| Father rented. ..
the ai lc erlton uf the
and Father Thomas
the October convention of the eastern door Mass October 23. and ,
familiarizing themselves with physically spiritually to
t< )'cGr..... Liturgical l'omailiu. >.lun: n ealllag t.I
the general use of English In ore Maakln4 hegla. ., Ih. bring the teaching's of Christ
!Members of the Diocesan the Mass. Father Charles C. Andes ...........1| fuel, a.( with th* Into all their activities\ In the
Liturgical Commission are It was decided that all durIng on. Father William A. Curry. Holy Name convention aaolatlag' .( tit. ...... .1 the horn. In the 0'1In\ their
Archbishop Hurley chair the month of November Father James G. Crotty Father select la 11.1, [Order. social 1 life In their politic, In
man; Father James F. Clock In each parish of the Dtocee. Michael Gannon. Father their economy"
ler president; Father Bernard pastors-awUted\ by a Priest Cyril Kennedy Father Diego Although this teaching Is Although, the schema on the
F. ZHttman. secretary; and of the Diocesan Liturgical Coneaa. Father Jose Curter, panel leaders listed rooted In spnatolla tradition. laity calls 'for' greater" partlc
the following general members Commission -will instructthe Father Alberto Doc*. Father It has obviously bn dulled; Ipatlon/ of the tally In the
: parishioners In the new Miguel Garcia and Father It has become Ineffective by work of the Church, It r.*
Father James S. Honnen liturgy. Each week In November Manuel Morales U.\,,.OSA IlKACII-Series: of panel discussions will rni .wti: 'nion-hut V. MI the pas.... ttl time, mints' them that It must b*
Father Matthew Connolly, Father a study of the liturgical Named to the wcred aria be featured here when the regional convention of Holy I I..N iUff krnram>. Our current alamlartla for a ikxus within th,* order uutW&
Donal Noonan Father renewal Is planned for each section of the com ml.*.,ion u Name Societies la In full awing. October 23.2S. Monsignor that c.Mst-IVlKe r..I l C' a tho 11., must t* tined by ChrUt. lllmslf,

Patrick O'Carroll Father Her- parUh. Father Roman S. GromaU. Harold F. Jordan director of the Diocesan! Union of Holy .. rluiieoe C Kane .T.U, rnaiigML. Mass, frequent tonfeUin. ""The Mir, a* well a* all

Hard J. McFadden. .Father The Priests at the regional Name Societies and Daniel AJ Naughton, president both t1.rela,5t. .sole TM longer. ran' slant the Ullhlal, sh"..M pr.ma>ilr
the rrlterla far
meetings on the liturgy ads lAY II.....'.-"lanatgne. aa a sail la t .,...... he4inre
Mission of Jacksonville, this week received' the name of prominent Cathulko layman lie must aUa accept. ,
To dressed themselves to the Sunday leaders in the nation JonUn Hi Augustine dhcawn .. Ih. thlM,' died Ih* t>..lof. arewe ..
MUulon : ho will take part at the l tenacious of his duty tll
prepare structure of the Mans itself
d nott r. .......... r! tVUl, ....
and the response which th* II Th annual collection willI regional convention. .. Nrtutnolslorslkai4ara.e l win' tii* world lor Chr".&.
are M% and tMi* .. e. fol- tM apse. a* teethe. aa4rwlere
for changes. people will give wheel rtigUob taken up-hat Sunday for 'Leifoera far Ui* JllUWl 4am .auwstTh I' :. )leA"J.U'" Wilt'.'....,ke "fa'thle fI.- ...... ih* 1st Ik* ,.",..* > .
la Introduced the Society for the Propag rtMslonsi hav. annuunrH
Into the liturgy >r*n
"fcrmit U! to I* h '
in the Diores !lost of th* Faith the Chan- by Father Ikrnnla II. McCarthy > Holy >am area *.4rowM Ther will h* a h....|.e< 5aMeiarday attached ah The (VmtcH remfnds" an
at retreat lam.ImS* fIII
Aa a follow.up to the area eery aaki this week. Father o.r of New York the .nlriio," .* |...l* f'. alahl, Itdrh.r II.al which that ,the,, Church remain fclrarthlc -
I Maelin4
conferences by the Priests Irvin. Nugent chancellor, national illrrrUor of Holy Flak. Ail....., staff .'11... f.r lh. |..tl..a.. |*t-... T.e.f.Maier hf.especial ; obillnr in LiafulauiNirliy
8T. Al'Ql.I1TIXEI'tIHlIor seminars mill be held during urged piston to make a 'jwclal Nam lie himself wlUrhlradLMMMhm the lluly X.M* JoariMl.. will.. h. a. fr..1.! .MUM .! sad.ataate.S.lhal,.lash I* r. .U silll a prerequtrIt.
the Diocese of St. Augus- November the parishes ailed appeal to th* people' to IMI th. origin |pun U.,... |....|"k*<.iuit of |h. MI.ci .. .! Ih. |>.....**. !*. T. ; life. fur on* who U. a wtn| *..
tine will make their annual high schools to Implement the contribute generously' on Mir lies and. the iwHute vf IM "l.. HUM' M.IMK: hMh f.i* There one flmU In* ra.umltllJ'4'C'ia' for t'hrUl; olmllenr. U [real
retreat at St Augustine October program of stud}'Ing the com ion Sunday Holy N.... filtt1My. a.H trim H._.. ._..'UO.rlrtr.-__".
26-30. The conferences ing changes in the liturgy TN t bit aMa kwkrke ... tMfleers' tedalag. taaterss-. Florida Catholic editor The arhvnwi,. al tile sam
will take the form of a Liturgical Lee, It..s.sd, ........ iue. rsm.<. IKMIUTS. tat

Triduum ArchbUhop: Joseph Ground broken ......4..... of fa NwiMa see. they eie.M. \UD* the Kwlenl

P. Murky has announced. e//y-Atilrew Jsjtlter. CIft1 visits sources of news a4Vt lit .Ike.. Icky.. and trust
lend .. .
hasty S4W( them duties Inervteg
The Diocesan Liturgical f4eate--Ala. ....... .HtuJjwrsH. .
the C> rth,
Memorial %* alhnvlitg
Commission Is already at Hospital will : t'On"'II'ndI\C''' dateiini| .her at thetiteroal them frswlum scat| rem for

work on th* schedule and Msw.tng anal. tfawttoif. a }: City brings wont to The Florida Cathdle from .........

meanwhile the Priests are benefit citizens of Auburndale the executive editor. Father Vincent k:. Hmith. If. has ",........ tMot Met. "I ,...fI..,
reading the Constitution on H N rallies .barn slerpnj' In the t study of the rVcond. (General) Council ,.change between the. laity

the Liturgy of the Second AlBl'RSDAU-Today: are on the toward rpkran.ng aikirae hI thelluaru. IMjr.. Nans inr.ms .hi t*_ bf the Vatkan since his' arrival' Horn earlier this. month' an l ItMir. pastors a greet
Vatican Ecumenical: Council way
ares tit aN i.tw. w. hehet14g Y.....y w.. Ale drat .IMto many t**''\* are In N *XKH *.
so that will be familiar getting your bl>>piu1. Father Terrace J. Family tolda red turnnt "'tt tn for Conferees uf |he Valid&
they ,
tad faN PRMiw. w .,*'.... In ........M.. a4fMSWSl Ml fur the Churrh by It Ih*
with the demonstrations crowd of citizens attending the ground-brtaking and throngs. ,o ...d. the lacMtwalWeeter. -. IMrilw. IA. NRl...llletlas.a .. ... (falM.stl A'...iu.In l M the Melee( RMinuiiM' pruttMl' I In .U 7 man's sense of (wrsimal) '..
which will be given by the blessing in Auburndale for Morrow Memorial Hospital are IAN. BMW wM H* lure. been .***.. !. IK* llMW. 14 twtef the CMMWtl "IIIfYHJm\.1 .U srngthntl.M .
Priests of the Cummladun Tuesday afternoon. The wiahrs of Mrs. Mary Morrow May alt, If and. _, dead. ......rllt in rsamesses.. Ylnkhs. dM..eea hlel Iaa' sal" s... of (h* N"'Ut' Nwfwrvtr .... .....,...... eau saraa..l and
during the retreat.KaglUh have been your hope and eijttatkxt here be said since ere ..,. pea..... r ease 15 tl.nwea (k. aoelbe.M1le.e.ey her .ph.tlnelad ..... a >*<*f srw, |:lmf sea aUNty otMfe r..illly sel.t.llIi. |

: will he s-.4 .. Ih* the dream of this general e.Wee.Mlti.r .. of hull ll.Inldead rsllr hap N4sat wMS ..... Ne wid ihu ........ the P1.uH/m1.lsdk page .. 'IK* (...*..,'( wvrk"TM
)t_ l... Ik* flr.l U. In the hospital bPc.ame known. erected, 'to uburftdale In seal w..r ...... the. Wtinrt U.M at .M MrC > ..._u a. ......,. Masihy schema on the "tally
iHore MI all three .<*alai. mnlwry et h
.I Ik* rrtem r.ti..L J.inlag Father Family UJorvMn Th ...u..... a..Iala.e HtftfMtmtluf. lt>. ...*.. d4 L jlilsnshr V r. wM t* Mp, ......... ...... laity. and ....n ">f the*
hmpftal reprepenta.. ate. gheer th. 4.....4 M. Jawfh .ef. *MM ... Then the ........... **4Man. ... CalHsllf sewn* Wta for Massin her ail ..&ot ......... sake tolM
The OffVe will aW. t.. re- live, on IN Lab Arlene user r*'*-J. Kvetetl: .(.He. |"r-M... .... Mir Mary .M *> NaiMf Ms** to st II fljsi <* 4hsssaMa had sevpsMRnwaa .Mt artfcMt lit I wig Ih.
riled In English dwtag the hwlnud IItW deeMed by the. aid n, J. 1....._. .kMb .! ,....... M..aHr. ar the wet to .> >.n ilMrsk st M.Mr all uvw lh* w rh1 Pits. the treed h. rkrkH set M.b><
T',1du'\1I., ABM ed. trews tat* Mr*. Morrow where the t.l>..U" _.. etpe.itog the If lh. .... ItxM .......*.I. I.ser....,g ** AH UW |Mirn..)*.. a* s H..h .'rl l.vlnnalsasail English ...kswlIk ,Pont .........true.
of PrtatU will deeiuaMrai. new WjH general' ) .hnsnttaJ. U. hrfinatac .. )Iw sw )f._ .I/.e" i ,....r.l wen r.f -.U- Wei fed (I.....,. ........ I sees weans. aid i7A.
the u* *t Engttsli In UwXtiss .being butt wr prtu ...n rial Ps.pIta. ... &...f'4. t HIM alai ik* IVIk. 4 naalt "..* ...II......... are w purr .I .rht rt.111M M lh* ,*.* ur All.latllk' Are/. Con ... P'ML.va. deal
in Ba| i-sa. a..t In the big all the P.lk County arTh tj j k.l *tart*.". 'bars M Ik* MvtUtlnM .rfi4ns I...... 'are.. i........ ,swot r Iligby he.amtuuawe4 .. .**...*hM. IMt tae aK| .lils >
nx. of Matrimony takksgJ p,lsAet Mr, Mien arv4 .... SMfnscal ., >sf >!jf. after the Ge f4. ****** re...m4 how dMrtriMaa tar the r.,...*. ihVOKftMW Wert ,..pisrsasn ,bare raJ.... sir MI Jf9tI'II' AI ..h leo/iage SMlf" I. cA gag!.h u. IIw w. ..lU .(.*...I| Jli.!!. ton ./ IM. prop.isHkjsi '
Above alt the eierey r f ore wets, yrs ag Mrs.mr hr, Nvwld. OrshMg ,.....-. Ia/M.asd at J......ih. err tar the w_krf 4 ,..oUt I Ik. 4*|, the ...U.e prose M *....tn M the. tea .w ., N., M she | rrtncw* will be prtpiml. tortl akt the ......
* she **eM > 4........... as !Iwi Ni1.e are <........ai Wr #lH .
>. coming thag .In th* AwkhUkun Jo*.** f Hwt.t Rites r teaser. sal eaerenel.t d.nk ............. .Ll.. .I H<4r s.t* lilt,to )la.* during the annual Oclofier and tMCYtMTO with" hear her and Meror I' Hr.rr.l. j i.d /..... 'flv.a J t.r the ? '."> rr gt..1! II&I .........*.. HN Wik .4 Ma.*. sweaters. of Ih4fkMSMrlT

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z The Florida Catholic, Friday Oct. 16, 19"

C'atkottcFlorida ReportsSiesta Sister Louis Joseph S.SJ.:

KeySt. Seminole St. Petersburg spent 67 years in DioceseST.

Michael\ : Blessed Sacrament TransfigurationMrs.

Forty Hours will be held Father Edward Gray Raymond K. O'Drlen AhGUSTL'iE-Sister Louis Joseph S.S.J. died

in St. Michael The Archangel CSSR. will give the Forty spoke' and displayed her collection October 7 at the age of 89 in St. Cloud Hospital St. Cloud.
Mission, October 120.! Father Hours Devotion sermons at of madonnas at the
Her funeral wu held last Friday at the motherhouae of
John F Lima M.M. has Blessed Sacrament Church In recent of
meeting the Wom.en'
reported. The devotion will Seminole (Largo) later this Guild of Transfiguration :fU the Sisters of St. Joseph where in 1897, she entered the

open after the 9 o'clock Masson mpnth. Father Patrick G. pariah congregation.Father gone for years, she was alert
Sunday and will close after Byrne IC of the parish lists Plans were made for a card r David 0 Shea assistant and In possession of all other

Tuesday's 8 a.m. Mass at the the hours for the services: party on November 14 at 1 at the Cathedral In St. faculties up until her death.

church on Siesta Key. The opening holy hour will p.m. In the social hall Augustine celebrated the Requiem While a patient in the hospl-

The chapel Is located on be at 7.30: p.m. on Sunday A new project of the school Mass In St. Joseph tal. she was In a wheelchairand

Midnight Pass Road. There October 23. There will be sermons committee will be the serving Convent chapel at 10.30: am. visited the sick herself.

will be holy hours on Sunday at the dally Masses at of coffee and doughnuts after V c Y + on October 9.lolonslgnor. Sister Louis Joseph was

and Monday nIghts beginnIngat 7:30: and 11 a.m. during the all Masses on the second Sun ,1 02k a. Jr r Patrick & Nolan skilled In needlework and
730: o'clock. Masses on Forty Hours and at the eve day'of the month.Reservations M ,,,/ r ... VF. and Father Daniel C. produced beautiful handiwork

Monday and Tuesday ace set ning devotions at 7:TO o'clock of local women 1 4 'l t 1 y Hegarty, both pastors from during all her long useful

for S a.m. Forty Hours will close at 730; for the fall meeting of the I4i + rP Jacksonville were among years of We the Sisters re
p.nt. October 27. West Coast Deanery councilof -. .'$ : guests who attended the funeral called.

Tampa Anna Maria Island Catholic Women which will + ; ____ ,
: be held October 1 Three Maters. and a brother
J. Mary Help of Christians St. Bernard Thursday 22. Biter Loots Joseph was
In Clearwater be made survive Sister Louis Jo *ph:
S SalesIan Fathers In Tampa Mrs. Jot E. Ladd, president by calling Mrs Terence may Smithat born In .\I1<<..c.rdlaa In the Mrs. Anna Garlrpjr Michelin

Invite the public to attend the of the St. Bernard Guild 523-0174. .. oti province of Quebec In Canada. of Montreal; )fr.. Lances

laying of the cornerstone and reports that the Priests who .e f. Grout of Billerica, Mas. .
..' .- ...-- ..._ A_ Her 67 years In religious *
are directors of the Council of CDA
the first Mass In the new life were spent In various hlltltU.s; Mr*.. Philippe La.
chapel of Mary Help of Chris- Catholic: Women have approved Reception for new membersand Land O'Lakes leadersFather schools and charitable Institutions crolx and Armand Garlepy of

. tlans School plans to reschedule a living rosary are plans of the Diocese of St. Trots Blvleres Quebec, Can.

*.. A bus will leave from city the meeting Southwest of women Coast which Deanery had made by the Xjt. Ann Court. Aloysltu Dfessman 0.3.B. O'Lakes from the left: Mrs. Albert A. Augustine notably as a pioneer .da.

hall at 10:30: a.m. on this coming Catholic Daughters of America walled the office of the Seaman Mrs. Aahton In the establishment of
been planned! late October.St The events v/4J take placeat recently L. Andry Mn. There are nieces and nephews >
Sunday to transport Interested Bernard Guild will be In St. Joseph parish cafe to- Archconfraternity: of the Rosary in John IL Gricahop and Mrs. Philip the first convent and school as well of two genera
persons who do not In Ybor City. In the buildingof
have cars. charge of hospitality when rlum on Sunday October 18, Our Lady of the Rosary Mixaion, Land Gardner. Mrs Seaman U the president. St. Joseph; Academy for tlons.
the deanery does meet on November at 2 When Sister's body arrived
The Mass in the chapel Is pm.KofO boys In Loretto; In helpingcare
4 In this area's Pete from Central Florida the customary
planned at 11 am. Raynard Yacht Club. Breakfast Daytona BeachSt. JacksonvilleChrist Sanford for and teach the children rosary prayers and

The rest of the day will be and luncheon both will The Ladles of the Knightsof Paul the King All Souls In St. Mary's home, night vigil in the motherhouse

devoted to the annual fall be served for only $260) per Columbus of St. Petersburgwill Some of the patrons will Ham or spaghetti dinner The Second General Council Jacksonville: ; and In nursingthe chapel were observed.

family picnic at the Institution person, according to the reservations hold a benefit card partyon wear costumes and dance to will be served in the Christ of the Vatican was the sick and teaching In St. During the Mass, attendedby

at 6100 East Chelsea In chairman. Please Saturday October 31. from the music by Dick Egan or the King clubhouse duringthe topic of a talk given here last Benedict School in St. Augus friends from Orlando

Tampa. mall or telephone reservationsto 1:30: to 5pmattheKofC chestra on Halloween nightat annual bazaar planned on week to members of the Catholic tine as well as Sisters of St. Joseph
Barbecue will be served Mrs. Angelo Mlnlchello hall, 1720 Central Avenue. the St. Paul's Home and the afternoon and evening of Women's Culb In All During the first years of the Sisters' choir sang.

$1.50 per plate for adults and PO. llox 1833 Holmes Beach For more Information contact. School Association dance. But October 24 and 25. A Hal. Souls Church. The pastor. Father her retirement, she Uved In Resident students of St. Joseph

73 cents for children) from or telephone 778-1042 says Mrs Kathryn Wynne, 821- costume Is optional sponsors loween parade will be held at Richard Lyons was the Orlando where she Is remembered Academy, In uniforms

12 noon until 3 p.m. At that Mrs Harold Hayes, new publicity 7003; or )frs. Helen Woolums, say Indicating that the important 4 p.m. on the grounds. Prizes speaker on the council's de by many friends as the were an honor guard as the
time an hour of music will be chairman for St. Her- 8927371.! : Donation Is one dollar thing la to be there will be offered for costumes. liberations Sister-sacristan of St. James remains were carried from

presented.. The .concert. will nard Guild. ,, and bring friends to the annual The public is Invited. Group projects among some the Church.motherhouse Later she In resided St. In the chapel and the funeral
w given by students of Mary event on October :31. Th* St. Mary Homo of the parish members resulted tine. procession formed to S.in

Help of Christians School. party will take place from The guest and membershipcoffee In altar cloths donatedto Sisters will miss the little Lorenzo Cemetery. Father

Our Lady of Ptl'l"'tuaJ Hrip 930 pm. to 1.10: '.m. at the sponsored by the Auxiliary the church Mrs. Bridget French-Canadlan missionaryto O Shea led the prayers at the

Forty I Hours devotion will ,. I.B.RW. Building. Three dot- of St. Mary Home has Kolarik arranged a display of Florida whose life was graveside as Sister Louis Joseph
,; ., Ian couple will\ be the been changed to Thursday the e. was burled beside the
be held In Our Lady of Perpetual per characterized by hidden i
'. \\I. donation. October 22, 1030:: am. to( 11:JO Women were caked to par many other Sisters of St. Jseph >
works of She the
Help Church Tampa mercy.
'.m. A nursery will be provided ticipate In the bake sale on who were her colleagues
November 15-17 Father Law. The Women's Club mem kind of) everybody
at the home 700 Arlington October 18 In the parish hall In the past.Pallbearers.
rence Murphy C,.HI! .II. has re tiers of) St. Paul parish at. St. There of Lhleux loved the Sisters said. Although
Road. was
were Felix Salvador t.
ported. Father Edward; Gray tended a luncheon last week.! her sight was almost
the subject of a book review James Rogero DomInic
CftSR.: will give the holy Special guests were Monsl. gone and hearing had beenBishops'
New Port Richey given by Mrs. Ted Michaels.Mrs. Poll, XL. Pelllcer Jack:
hour gnor William J. MullallyPA.VF
Quern of Pear A Durand. new president Lauper and Dean Huffman
A High Mans.. at 11 am. onNovemt ., the pastor, Father conducted the meeting.
r 15 will open the Daniel Sloan Mrs. Chester The rosary will be a regular meeting Acolytes were Marty Sanders
Kazmlercxak and Mrs. Joel monthly devotion at the Jimmy Taylor and Frank
devotion. Evening services i WSIIITOV' (NC)-The Buum.
will begin at 7:10:: o'clock. On Sayers. meeting of the Rosary-Altar 14) annual general meeting

the Monday and Tuesday Monslgnor Mullally addressed Society Father Michael Leap of the U S. Bishops will beheld
.. mornings of the .f OSR. has said In Our Lady St.
Forty Hours the gathering on In Rome In early November Potersburg
High Masses will be celebrated leadership stating that the Queen of Peace pariah, New according to word received

at 8:15: a.m. Faculty meets parentsMember objective of the National Port Richey. here at National Catholic
Council of Catholic Women .la More teachers for the Confraternity Welfare Conference head
'Jacksonville BeachBt. of the Mother Guild of Bishop Barry to develop leadership among of Christian Doctrine quarters. DANIEL T. WINTER a CO.

Paul High School St. Petersburg met Priests on the the women lie
The opening meeting/ rf the high school faculties, from the left Mrs W. hers to follow Ideal and a... the parish Father Richard board will meet November 7 401 Aotid.ra...,.BId,.

season for St. Paula Guild fitapleton. Father Philip K. Halstead Mrs. C. \VU- lest for themselves source of Kircher O.8.B" spiritual director and 8 at the North American St. Pete.bur9

featured the Confraternity of llama, Father Lawrence 8. Cunningham and inspiration For an example Altar, Indicated Society's at recent the Rosary-meet- College In Rome and the sessions Phone 162-0311.
Christian Doctrine, Includingthe Monsignor MUllally chose the of the general body o f
Father Edward Condrrn. Mn. Stapleton ]Ia Guild Ing. More than CO members
Fishers and the discussion life of George Washington Bishops will be held Novem
club. president expounding on the many attended the session at which Marian awardMary her t, 9 and 10 In the Cavalierl AUTOMATIC

: Mrs. Charles Itaulerson out. Euttn Orlando qualities of leadership that these officers prded| Ann Richardson left Hilton Hotel Rome Enjoy

: lined the phases of CCD. pl.y.In this great president possessed. Mrs. Herbert Grove, prenl- and BUndine Wfiiilock received -TCwpfilW1
St. Mary of the Ukrn K of CAt dent, Mrs Frank Sala. vlreprenldent .
a tape recording made atr "Adaptability is the handmaiden DELIVERY
the The Sodality of Mary, In the recent Columbus ; Mrs Roy Obenreder fed Marian Award highest Holy Name Church:
Institute meeting of of and
ability succentIn
its membership drive In St. Day banquet held at the secretary; Mrs. James merit achievement for CatHoK PMrSf.
Augurt 1330 in Jacksonville.! society and dealing with
Mary of the Lake., entertained Cherry PteM by th* Knights our fellowmen* MonslgnorMulUlly Connor, treasurer and Mrs. Girl; Scout In a recent pmen* JACKSON'SSHOES ..Me-t111IClner.ahr44H114

at a "get-acquainted of Columbus Councils 2112 itre***!. He pointed James Caaatdy, historian t.ton! by Fattier Keith; Symeni ; 1.E

| St. Petersburg coffee for all the women of and 5IV, Justlr Stephen C.O't'onn.1I out the necessity of having at St. Paul Church, l..bwr9.
the perish at the parIAh hall
was man
benevolence In little DON
things BARDELLA flltC4
a on October 7 at 10 a m. of th* year. Canadian Bishopconsecrated

i India Bishop deadNraumK. Marc McCortl. 11. son of Lake Wales Papal apartmentshave Mas19MNI
Edouard C. Craig )Ir. and Mrs. Hal II. McCortl CeMral Aw
n.\ ladle (onBishop was the recipient of first Holy Spirit 'new look'1'.1TIC.tN WMHI IN' .
Ceafcacter and DUtriUtor' HT. HV\C1NTIIK,
Michael RodrlguM, prli honor* In the'grade Club of Catholic Women Qnhr

,3 for who retired last spring as school dlvUlon of an essay members at the October meet r-Bishop Gaston Mains CITTT e\C-A: .

: Weft Metal Ceramlt. first ordinary of the diocese context sponsored| by the In<<. made plans to attend the was consecrated titular BUh- new modern look has been M "I tlM.CAneMWI... e.ew 1N..1 n La,.,

: and Metal Tiles of 1l.Iaum. near. Bombay K of C on the subject "Youths fall conference of the Went op of 114-1."a to serve as introduced In the Interior decorations e e.s -.-... -..... store no ran .e e..3 wv
to the v"r.i d.r ..... ....
auxiliary Bishop of St. e.aq
: tIM4rh St 5...t ,47-4101 riled here on October 9 at the RMponnlbUlty; To Genii Clt- ODMI Deanery Council of of the public state = = i.. r.:. 0.r r.er
Ilyaclnthe In the cathedral .
age of en. hen MpM He attend St. Catholic Women In Largo on here. apartments of Pope Paul VI N o".a..e.l.. ......,.anon Pan as non r.e, Mw.... J

James School and la In the October 32. Mrs. Thomas Me- where he receives Important t.e.d, .. a.o..w.. .. t _. 3.1,51:
sixth grad Kenna I'f'8Id.nt. asked all to ArrhkUhop t'efgb rtf.e. vMtors '71 3w. 12.s as, Pw/sesd. .bile

.Ff CatWlei Of PlMLa Cewtt1 0rrl Jones, 17 daughter of make ,.,rvatlon for the doll .|....t.>|le 4rr|.u to !'... .
Mr and Mrs. Howard Jones, deanery luncheon ...., was Ike n rT. or. .It rer. Pair .1"'" .

Calvary Cemetery took the first place plaque In Father Arthur Dunnlgan' 1'.tk.s ffkUI. kate rtoarttiIh HOLY NAME PARISH
cwweeratef. Bkhoop aedteace rm peel aslb.
the high ItfMlOl l dlvUktfi She
celebrated the a..10 a m. Mahkh .
Arthur DourUU of St.Hyacinth. n *.l.t..rUl ball, Ik* little
sewed Car It a senior at IHnhfp Maze ei,enxl the club year. GULFPOIIT
and auittUry" Blab. broil. room sal tree the DRUGS
Hlsh rVhool lire kfa.t and the meetingParenta
U. S. It al SltS St. Ne. ft.*** I2M.1IOffic Th awttonr at the ban followed op Jean Marl }rtWr of We. .ral library H*.lf .( M.rkof
gust WM aHrtr,.n.,.it| by" JoAn Anne o> (4 I\n,"". Qu **c. l.. former b.*tjfarvlUr baroque Olal'rttn Cfjeacy

0,... f-1 fU D3/ A M P.M. MAl S.e4ay. J. iMVIto, K o*r Mate df rty.VHUm n.bPI hoKl aIn The sermon woe given by *. Yew N.:
pale. October lift borWJ
Auxiliary RMtop J. A. Dnnh Self-Service! ;
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district I the The tradt'loNl hid damask Phone
vassal aloe next toMargaret's 344 0011 I
Koff Ptourd. aualUary of AW"- 5009 Lalevfew Avenue
deputy, presented .
Dress Sleep\ Mrs well coverings have hn r -
knights of the yr awards to J. J. MfKeon. reported. andrta Ontarta.FM placed by new vvltet coverv Gulfporf Florida

ubie 'ptiOfbpiN N..." W l I. .If 44 lather William O. NeMtrt.t Th .pMklK .will be "tokam. hMwy* the.>f the fleet\ efewvh tune. in In QMb the> Ytae 1ft .rtmM soft green ant 33 MinvH; Free o.cyery r., V."'_ Stamps""
.or(. Ray, James 11......... py sho1 s.
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x ek S The Florida Catholic Friday Oct. IG, 19G'

vernacular 12 -- .. j f True scientist is friendof

plans toldA Q'' iI'1 t t \ : Church, Pope Paul saysTW.S

R E C I R o Puerto Rico \
: )
(>C) Mass in the Spanl-!h iTt J .
.. ) .\ CITY (SC-ItThe Churth does not fear
language was offered here 11't'<' / t 4 the of Paul VI told of
the first time by BUhop Alfred .' -', progress Pope a group

F. Uendes c'5.('. of Are .J' \ l ,1 scientists at the close on October 3 of a study week held

dbo. It was celebrated In St. 1JTf1y Y(, t at the Pontifical Academy speclallsti In anatomy ph* Biology I
Philip the of Sciences here.
Apostle cathedralon J/
'. 4; and biophysics free; a
Sunday of last week. : t Speaking In French, the number of countries 1 P..Idl:
f rope iecluie) l the Church the United:
B I hop Mrii' <]fi Mia be"o.ld I ing States anal:
: "willing! enters into Ola Canada.
n"e the 'I'anl..h' | trriucular ; ; I 0
1 .
fur the lint time in the logue with the created world

ordination October 23 In of \a..raaJUu.In. lrtrft. on I f 1 1 t II II} t reveries applauding| inaile the hv marvelous men of ills-sci Americans among

( t en a pastoral letter regarding 1 ': friend of the Church and no new Pontifical

the liturgical changes field of )knoutalg U eatran.roam. -
Part and full time instruction for 1100 children
after Noember' 29 In Puerto parish .. Academy group1'.ITIC.t
Rico, Bishop Mendes plans '
for announcement in Father T. Leo Danaher left reports this Doctrine classes. Pictured with Father Dana. the efforts of CCD. says Father Danaher "Th scientific worhL.r p.
parishchurches Paul said, "which i isme '
: to he made before' week that his Sacred Heart pariah in Jacksonville her are the others who teach OCD classes the number has I'Okfttthit! year to 404< has t1i past attitude V MTV (M ) -
tollltnglv Ip)( an Pope I'aul VI has named n!;'1.
the Mas*. while the Priet UXestlcg. has over 1100 children for religious each Saturday morning. Prior to the organ. children (below) enrolled for 5aturda).' of self MUftclenry and new members to the Pontifical

He said laymen may instructions each week, with over 700 of nation of the Confraternity In the pariah classes ..."....uranre from which Academy of Sciences liv
be selected to make the an- them enrolled in Sacred Heart School and from 120 to 150 children regularly attendedthe have emsMte reflexes orllffl eluding two American and

noun ments. The letter said the rest in the Confraternity of Christian weekly religious instruction. Through .lenie, If not acorn for one Canadian.
the prayers at the foot of the spiritual and relighMMalue" ,
altar at the beginning of the Inlay l on the contrary ls They are IVotesmtr Velll
Macs and the Last Gospel will r ."ar.r the complexity of .\, tUIk. .Ntn, director of the
be omitted at Sunday M la,.-. the problems of the works and lieotUile: |ii when the Prie will leave i if men which artntoes a sort Mute"' fn|.erltn Pr f..-.rUllllsm

the altar after giving the .>f In in.uriiv\ aivl, doling off WllwN. :Morgan, dl..

bleeatag following the Mtetnlasa ID the |m alhle evolution of a rerlor i.\ftkf. OWrTntorjrIIIUiM ,
et." The letter said! sneer. left to Its own liyiuinuin \\ hay, Wl.....n.ln ant
tenrams wtl be limited to 1.: without contrul.Thiw |*r.., '...>Crrhnnl. 114',....,'.

In .Ut8. tMurantt of. the direrlur.1II. ph1.k..ertlusof
Bishop Mrndec strewed the ('.....U.. .Nsllonul
eartv days hs gt>m way
that the changes apply onlyto among many sclentUts to fun sell .f Itr.rnrrh.Abo .

low M4es since arrange- healthy ".(I..n..., thanksto named a* members
menu for we of the >en titular w hrh' the scholar today .hi were:
In High Mwvc-> ,.re not to religious\ values,
more\ open Jean Leromt. direct; of
Jet completed. l..h<>Ullng pmdlgkMM acquisitions the\ physical I march Uhcjlory : ;.

- of srlem. In the material at the Wtrhonn. r-:11. !
JACKSONVILLE field In light of the masteries Iterr! fUptMel lupine. d111(!: <
French BishopsVTIC. Sharing our treasure Coming events of the work! amt the toe of th* strut dC'Jl l Irlghloe.l of divine trans I'aateur Institute, France;
-.slaw. Father JeunVllnet Th, ..I.iu. IIMI' fv,',,,r* !>.. I"t 'i'9 at .,nlln.. 5,4 ",.. I'tftlIf'hC'.. Manuel laws Tamavprof< >
SCO NO-CAR rector of ... .. .. ,. ..., ...,... .
ef n r* H. |Mill 1"-- Advu..nlr..1 roe .4 .lInN .".ml trv. V.i.tlrM .
the major: seminary of Lan Invitation to Mass guides c I. .flllltml.Kummag' "Tke I berth (U. .1.! ..).
-099 ft France, named ... | l'nlunlt.J.; ;.m IZaman
grew was ready la but si lone |>|MM
Iw.w Mpa sale, OtoJ-er 16-! ;H. Ht I Peter iwrlsh grounds (HkMlqul. pruf..".' r c,forganic
J .
here on September 25 to he- U... .f wkkk ..ke (U IksdfiMwIlorf
p. .- w convert into Fisher work 17. Tr ..., ,..tten suet*! hall l*LcnwLIiaaar chemistry.. md tJ)i'e.
Tree 'dro. .rr' .. C.1"...111.. come Ill>>hop of Saint Die, :-t. I'Nwcbgrg.. wkriieier )earIeuMirdg..bl. our t4 Pakistan Mtlor.dcimnrll
Ua.-Onle.nr.n.a +U to,.ladxl. France.Pope. fhfWl ht King (pen resesrvk-
Jotvph MarelU, M9' raul1 aim acceptedthe HVVE you ever hr,ught a lamlly fall picnic. Mary UK J. ....,u., (Ver 9l.M .. I I. i4 pee IK .Ik* lkrvk. ,,l
353-7419, resignation for health friend to a Help of Christians fefeMl.I ; .h*.H er sfM.h..4ll. (.IdMter.at .*rl.... q....i!..i>* wkkkrm FIU Analysis" Vsnlng Msin: r.
reason of BUhop Eugene Lr Sunday Maud If not you are 'I"...m|*; Ma*. .t U ant t.*rl 31aed OKiest Ml*.lon. M.Xiotier .. *. Iks fl...M .f stUnreI tlrertor of Ih* NthrUn1:
:J4 W. St.
Fony Pellet of Vannes. France and neglecting a ample and easy I'sikrrJoh l I.... u., nuun to 3. (k4*<*r 1 1ft. Au.Ifte. ( tt. |..... ... slid U all ages .ks.. g*.il. tamed BUhop August Bu- way to Interest a person in entail 'party, (M**..r in, pal for natloiMl Holy Name lined Issue enftBrtenrej ,II. f
: un.'k'ar general of the our holy Faith. .t. 2pmIll.John Thue.yw. IhH ety pnemlwrs* | ---1 dloces of Qulmj-er, France, An analysis of more than athousand U'Urlfn .iI ral hall. Or.......*, QtMt01 convention," In It.a .. atuan Cbf
Thiin ierbirc| to succeed him.RELIGIOUS. ease hUtnrie* of Pi'are circle, .\....*.. Beech, ..* \gloryININNNN.e.NNNNNN
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romenrions by our bureau of llrsln sod ( tieisu.
research dlsckwes that r.,.".1. (Klotter II, IS, II hey f-f retull.etlon'lwnsOr'<< I>SM was the them of th. ''e
BOOK convert great numbers of converts ..IIt. t. T I"*.. .... .....4'. Ml st All twiU ()Iuff'h. lhin study I week; Mree l by the Subscribo now

Strving Dtficrous & GIFT SHOP had their interests first kindled Jan e. E Lyle. an A.nerica' htknnl, Orlando, haled leer. font for youth; OctoUr' 34 Pop U was aturvUd by JI N '''''''\\ \,\,,, 1
dinner' OrUher IS, ._. I. beginning st am.: Father
STEAKS ...,..* tk. J.eh.nIl..n.STarrre In the Faith by attending a soldier to horn I became en Lawrenre V E:erett CM It
Coleusssoon. Catholic serrlr: ),I.... Benediction gaged. I arrived In thj. four. pas will give itmferenrM.Forty SARASOTABRADENTONSAASOrA5
...,cnu&. -MIS Any U..scans. amiIon" novena try on Saturday night fW Forts urn iW! 'o ...., OrU Hours lU,ukm, Ortolwr .
PRIME RIBS tag: atnu cetera wedding funeral or simply reedier ft, 1AI7;, and the nek! >l..r 1\.J KL Mlthael the
ArII.._ n..I 6 L..w..N visiting a Catholic church. morning all the members of Archangel! hapl.. iii.l .u Key. 3531, I1UMM| "Pairs.nwnt .
SMS CXMtESSWAYJACKSONVKLE. ".&I a.... rw.aPlots the L U family went off M Churrh. H e man I 0 I IOsH et
The Irnlttrla.a..1 Vri.... > HNS rally.V." CMMIIVanery. .Iargol. ( Lr
FLORIDA 7JI04WEASTERLING If***, leaving me a I home hilt ysttr
/sg a a.al'ath.lle.. .. "...., Ortotwr Is. at. John party, Lnnstnat Key
alone. I was hurt and .-
)Ian. I* |." .-|'. !. .......po The next Sunday they took Church. l-etertburg. it.I) n,. halt' (Jrtt.t.., VI; st lion
ll.hlaf Fisher w..k. TkU l. am.IUk .
m. along. I was astonishedto l narrf Guild AnN W rU\ Is.
PHARMACY Ill.inite4' !. Ik* ro.,rr \lof find l the churrh lilt CT'O.-d.i Ml. All Raid |wrUJthall. .Und.Hstluveefl. I ""..,. earth .I, Sltelawy/ ,.:... ...J M Je".' Tys'l lUJ.4J.Yev" /
ftaftford, (Mo .r is.l .
PfcrlH- U. 1.11..1
we cooks' scarcely 1 gel in. card| |Mrty. Itr .... .'" s..r
*si4..... ....csim*. ssntuns .'._t", "'..hI.I1.. she l>**..rt erd party, 'ke..r INFORMAL INIXMNSIVIm

..,.. ..,.*...*.. c.................new.,. .4 c...._._.....*.>*,.*.."_........ ... ...* her life history Ih..tI I ws r.i.... !. knew slat. 30 1 *) pm, MesMerUICenter. 'Mot ha tuber M.21, iVtet I ;*) to. iwrg ft PM., K rf C '''' .m I II I A. M. "*'-1 'H.2I1t

(SIS ....".. nld. .. S."... t 'IIStt here ".. ,. ,... alkali* re riesntstef |I.iecK M. .
aria 1-- 11. |..*.S was rat.***! In England II..'. ik..l sttrMiMgreat .... C.Wefts WasMas Oil seas.Mar. )II......el item. ........r.,
n. a aur.ati.o. ...-....... share as a rhlkl I attended Image !. all Ik ace.dap (Seder 31. Inn pia. I" 1:11'.

the itiurch et Kofftand: Later" ..stk.. .. lamassi. and o.w.r IInlAReg. I ytoa Semi,. t.. Gr9/ff/7H-CL/A/F/ / / FUNERAL HOME'
I went to the MeihodM "1'1) our .......... M rsul' t H I....
A I (tents .....
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The life of Our Lord 'God's world

Catholic CommentOur Word was made flesh, Spiritual adulthood shares. love

and whole being in salonwith
dwelt with redeemTHE PSYCHOLOGISTS tell ILl Christ to the' Father.
subscription drive us to a The Immature Christian

man when he stops taking in
keeps his religion a tidy
FAITH comes to us through hearing. world and within the diocese, together conception announced and begins to give. A sense of compartment of Its own, quite

the best authority for this with some informed comment on the the angel Gabriel con responsibility for others lathe t. Father securely separated from

Paul However the meaning of day-to-day events which corned two persons prlncl- basic proof of emotional everyday affairs. He alms to
statement: St. have implications for Christian living. pally-the Mother and the maturity. Leo J. maintain a cozy you-me relationship

preaching of the word of God suffers We do not attempt to provoke controversy Son. There .U not one of us. Meat of us can Illustratethis Trees with God. As for

severe time limitations. This is espe- since the Church herself does of course, whom it does not Frank J. dictum for our own observation. his relationships with other

daily true now that hour-long sermons not seek this form of sensationalism. concern more deeply than Bheedment We know of over people he keeps those on a
anything else I that ever hap. protected: children: who, as r strictly practical basis not on
on Sunday are increasingly rare. Formal Of course, these thoughts are pened; but these two principal young adults with well paying the basis of a brother's need

training in religion is confined to prompted by our forthcoming annuala I/. John, spend most of their vertence to the "giving1 and his own ability to help.

few years of our lives at best. We drive for subscriptions. The success of money on thenuelves. They aspect of genuine religion. To He helps those who can be

must educate ourselves in matters regarding this drive depends, as in previous years, 8U Lake, la the beginningof. -,,,-r still expect dad and mom to the Immature Christian baptism expected to help him In re

faith and morals as well as on the cooperation and the work of the .. bU., impel.... roncentrateeapoa provide them with room and Is simply the sacramentby turn. Others must look out

matters regarding work and! life. pastor of each parish. It is not only a the Mother. Ht John, 'In ; a few phrases earlier, board. They may be In their which hU own soul Is for themselves. He Is not hllbrother'
the beginning' of bit-In the St. John himself has referredto sin
'V Instrument mark of will but of twenties yet continue to take cleaned from original keeper. There are
The< diocesan newspaper me good something a Verne which the Priest read men who become sons of rather than heaven.
to give. fit for
among several that shfltWbe burden for the pastor to see to it that at the end of Man*-treat* God by grace. But the Word and He made does not recognize that too many the' immature Church. Christians
self-education. It is far his entire receives the of the the Mother He the This emotional Immaturity, In
part of this a parish paper. wholly Font "wa not of three; was baptism has made him a member -
better source of information than the The diocesan newspaper serves every Indeed I* there, but not by only-begotten; He did not become this taking rather than firing, of Christ an extension of That .U why Christ has

religion section of a national newsmagazine layman, even that layman who does direct reference.. the Son of God He was can be ruinous to the hap Christ with the obligation to been *o sorely hindered la HI*

for example. The Catholic weekly not emerge to return the price of his What St. John tells u. of of born eternity.so In Twice the tlmelesanesa In this first plaeo sense of of a lore mart-lac', whether The rr la work with Christ! for the redemption efforts to transform the

strives for a balanced coverage: the subscription to such a pastor. the Son makes the words of chapter St. John calls Him marriage or In friendship of others. The Immature world.

news of the Church throughout the -The True Voice Gabriel quoted by St. Luke, the only-begotten; it Is by thepowr roavUt la the giving of self Christian sees the the That is why, after 2000
Eucharist only as
dazzlingly, almost daxlngly, of the onlybegottenthat to the one loved.It Holy years, we still have so much!
clear. If we are neither dated sacrament by which his own and Ignorance
poverty so
the rest of men be
Sacred Scripture nor dazzled It can only mean made sons of God. may 1* almost Impossible for soul grows In grace. much hatred and so many
that we have not been listening the Immature person ever

he wars. Like an inept player
He doe not realize, a* on
St. John begins by callingthe
love becausehe
really to another

I 'For holy is the Lord our God'nOR Gabriel had said "The Holy but only-begotten the Word: "In not the the begin Son To knows him, love only U how a one to take.way kneel rail that at this the I*Communion the urra- a Christian football team stands the In Immature Christ's

which shall be born of the ring was the Word and the street terminating 'In himself. meat of ..1', which makes way Instead of running Inter
ahall be called the Son of Him.
the past few weeks w* recall come of the great fig Word was with God, and the Ws can see this really enough him doubly r.llpollllible! for ference
JT have been considering a lire of Israel's pact, men God. Word was God. !In the relationship of humanto his neighbor. He doe not Up to this point we havebeen
aeries of psalms which haveas chosen to play stellar roles In Hebrew usage this meant Never In the history of human human realize that he mot. be a talking rather Impertonally. -

their theme the kingship, Father 'In the drama of aalvalloa. that He would be the Son of speech has so much rich. Perhaps has not occurred chaaaf of grace to other, not ( The immature Chrl
the supreme and universal God -God's messenger not ness of reality been uttered a mere receptacle of grace for tlan is a shaaowy person. lie
dominion of the one true Cod. Job J. ,ter They were the objects of having been sent to call someone with such brevity. All eternity to us that this also is true ofman's himself. Is that man or woman across
1 God's specUl favor, the recipient what he is not! What will be to relationship to God. the street that fellow or girl
Psalm 08, the last In this Ca.I.JotlIf'ratlvely unpack to
There U such a thing at being The sacrifice of the Mass,
of HU revelation. ffutthey till the phrase Son of God desk
Its content at the next or machine.Maybe. .
series, centers on same
art andwhen spiritually Immature. The the immature Christian, li a
idea and comes from the same were not perfect, fa mean? God utters a Word not a mark of this immaturity Is, pipeline to heaven. Into the Also maybe It is
general historical period the vored though they they astray were,, lie We, taught by the Church word made of air expelledfrom one again the habit of taking pipeline he loads aU his petitions that person whom I see In
years following the return of them. Chrlit founded' ....m. that the lungs and shapedby rather than giving. usually for temporal the mirror. There may be an
the Jewish exiles from Baby Is Infinitely removed punished tie. of God meant God the throat and tongue and There era peopleOIood" favors, and from the pipelinehe awakening In store for me If
lon. But there Is a clearly discernible from everything ma The psalmist alludes to this Hon. teeth and lips, for God is aspirit. many to draw the answers I ask myself and answer incomplete
would expects
shift of emphasis. and in verse 8: "0 Lord our God It Is not a word of the ( people, too we does honesty, "In my
tenet mundane, profane, his lie
to requests.
who the
Th. preceding psalms I of course, sinful. H* I I' thus :you answered them; a forglv nut in the first place although mouth but a word in the say and) see solely as Instruments not understand that the Mass spiritual life, as I live It day
tressed God's goodness His Ing God you were to them, the Old Testament contains mind an Iii... We are given prayer I
a giver
an object of awe humble for their own sanctlflcatlon 1 11 primarily our gift to God- by day, am or am
kindness, His fidelity to HUpromUes. adoration, reverential tear though" requiting their mfr gleams and hints of the the truth about this idea In with hardly any ad- the gift of ourselves, our will!! I a taker!"
And the responseof deeds. This subtle admonition Blessed Trinity, It does not two steps.
the psalmists was one of This not ,U struck right' at was most timely. The actually teach: the doctrine. .-._.
Jubilant and loving gratitude. Ilea beginning' ol the. pralmi"Th )jxwpl were home from exileas And, In the second place, the The Word has alwayi been Question boxAfter
Lord I Is Magi' 1 the peo a result of God's mercy. phrase "sons of God" U used with Cod. The Word U God.

la psalm M, however, the pie tremble| h* I* throaed Power had now passed from by the prophet Hoaea for Cod knowing Himself with

emphasis, U oa God's holla**. spec the rtiemt>l.! the' earth the king to the religious example) to mean men who Infinite knowing, power, gen. death honor the remainsQ.

Each of the three stanzas quakes"God leaders Th kings had failed are In Gate grace crates In the divine mind an ,

ends with like refrain: "holy Is Indeed kind and miserably and had been put It Is quite Clear that Gabriel idea of Himself. W* all havean friend' just told me that Ohio, New York and the New kept at Genoa was presentedas

Is h*';; "for holy II the Lord merciful and faithful but w* out of commission. Let the meant more than this Idea of ourselves in our the Catholic Church MOW allows England States, and la Chica the sacred cup of Christ.
God." And the new heads of the people learna The Holy Ghost should coma mind not always to be
our responsenow must never forget that H* ls a very accurate people to lie cremated go. It was supposed an
Is one of awe, of reveren Owl, Infinitely p.rtltt.rana* lesson from Coils dealings upon her and the power of Idea, even our dearest and that the final bluing of emerald nearly 14 inches !in
tlal fear, of nubile warning' cendent, and just with the religious leaders of the Most High should over friends might laugh It they the Iherrh la also ...... Mho According to the Constitution diameter; it turned out to b*

For in the language of the W* cannut make the mistake old. shadow her-the Jews knew could know the Idea we have Mid thus' was don hera..e la on the Sacred Liturgy glass. Another claimant an
Bible "holiness" is a technical of fashioning Him after He was patient and merciful no mightier words to expressa of ourselves: But God's Idea Many ol the. old countries all of the Second Vatican Council agate cup at Valencia in

term with very rich connota our own wishful fancy of with them yes, but Ito special presence: and opera of Hlnuelf Is totally accurate, the .pare la cemeteries wa ". Communion under Spain. Such claims are un
tions. It means much more making Him a kindly old fellow was alo rigorously suet, Let lion of God. Such: words totaUy adequate. Med ap.My both kinds may be granted reliable.
than moral goodness or piety, Ills new representative not court not mean merely' that There U nothing In ItlnwMlf when the Bishops think fit,
who could not
really K frlea4 .M.11McI nil thU, Th stories of the history of
God It called holy l*'cauie, brine Iflmwlf to punish 111. Mind( themselves to this lesson she. would give birth to one that la not In the Idea that not only to clerks and Religious the Grail and the knljM.
laformatloa from Holy
positively' He "Is absolutely, children. and bring down upon Inure Jew of true piety He eternally generates of a question but also to the laity, incases
perfect, because It* 'Infinitely, themselves and their people Her child would be Ron of Himself; and whereas our aad aaawer rolume la. oar to be determined by the I ly search for It are limply.

transcends all of creation and. That I* why the r<"lm!"t similar divine Judgment. God as no one ever had beenor Idea Is merely something Ills I oral dally prr. I thought I Apostolic See, as for Instance, legends, quit secular In little.na
would be. But In what would ask you ae I rerUlaly tun, which met with
ever is Someone a Person aa lie to the newly professed' in the
would that Sonshlp on..ttfat. is a Person Cod as He 1s God. would never take the word of Mace of their religious profession approval from the Church.Q. .

lather' Michael V. Cannon And this second person with the. name of piper sap and to the' newly I baptized bald you please tell we
John tell .*. He doe pressed) .. do
r oa ,thing to
In the Godhead Is eternal as In the Ma which follows :
Minion. .f Nembr* D* Diescluptens the actual reception la one with my religion. why, after reading the Epistle
swift trok*- "T"f 0 r 4 If* Is .t.nlltheft never their baptism. and C.*,.U the Prie.t reads
wa made flesh and dwell was a moment when God did A. Your paper happen to them to the congregation tram
not thus see himself Imaged b about Q. I have a question a. to the ? coalda't the
wear in among ..." right the fact butI pulpit Why
: lit HU Son there are no moments am a bit doubtful about the whatever. happened to>> tile pulpit reading be replacedwith

Then, In a phrase of total In eternity. reason. After all they do have chalice Christ used at the Lt .. explanation or *er*

: cloniaa> catholic history clarity, he tells who the Word Thus the Son whom Mary some rather macabre method Rapper? It It true that the mon which: the people roaM
U "And we saw HU glory, conceived In her womb, the of making new room In old ('h.Ue-1 Aatlixh I U the Holy use? Why eonldnt the r!ad*
the glory as of the only-be Son who received human nature cemeteries. (Grail Did the K.Iab.. .f the I tugs at the altar be la F.&II-b

Chapter SIDTSCREDITE0 enough Indian with muskets poor Apalach Indians ex gotten of the Father.* In her womb, already The main reasons are twofold Round Table really get toe with everyone reading to
by the fit. l. star tie *tt ck. Iterlenced, then were come Others had been called poMenned the divine nature : cremation U no longera It? Where. U It DOW? gether.A. .

Moor* art them who> encouraged the sons of Cod In the Old TesU- eternally. ...ture of disdain for belief A. No one knows what happened

soon resigned aa governor of Father In Illranda the church stationedhis ami others declaring that through in the resurrection of the to the cup J"UII....... B* patient lust a few
Carolina.In men martyrdom, they would appear body; and the Church U confronted st the Last Supper. In the weeks and those readings
1702 however, with eyes held out for nine hours. Then, before Coil; and to the Washington letter In some areas of the sixth and seventh centuries from the altar will be In &nsllsh >

lusting for the wealth of his ammunition exhausted. rtagans they said ')I..h more world with ancient, national pilgrim to Jerusalem were -or if the readings are
Apalache: the CartJluj as h* was cvmpelleil to surrender. pre so that our hearts may I b. customs of cremation.! she led' to believe that it was In from the pulpit there will\ b*

embly romml\* loned Moor allowed to suffer for our Diplomats share foreign U to .b* accepted and make the Church of the Holy Sepul no prior reading of them in
Word of the attack: reached: .
to drive the Spaniards out orth.e. the of San outs. W. go to enjoy Cod as pn>gre" In curb countries sh. chre, and that !It had In It Leon
frontier province ands nearby prvttdto Christians.1 must not fight these cherished' the sponge which was pre But please, don't bury your
Luis Fatali. and Captain views U.S. visits
ve him authority to enlist By the Urn James Moor policy on customs. tented' to our Lord as He was no* in your missal. during
Alonso Dial )ll1la with _
fifty whites ant over one withdrew from this second The Church: has always dying on the Cross One the readings You should U**
thousand Creek Indians with thirty Spaniard, 10 friar. Invasion of the peninsula, THE people of led United before. A foundation Is nuking Ought that there la nothing writer says It was onyx; another lea Rf'tl ft"OU will probably
which to do the Job and four hundred Indians, eight out of the fourteen rioo .. are going to h* three family-else trailers\ Inhet"tDUronc with cremation claims It was sliver and not have the tarn translation
rushed to give assUtanc. trines In' Apalach had been beiter informed on this town.try's available to the stat depart and the has permittedIt had two handles on It. as that which the Priest WHo
Oiwlag the. OrMalge Hit Twlc* they drove loon hark, laM It bent for two at no and
waste. was a paralys foreign policy, years In some areas of the world this could cause confusion.
er, looe.nien sun but In led evening they, too ing blow. And U ft. foreign service of charge and an automobile and vn In Catholic conn Much: later a green dish .

pried the. ..1a.1.. vltUf elJA ran out of ammunition and Ttmucua hail l Warned the fkers" are going unrientarut" manufacturer Is provMIncthre Irk& In time of ptegue. The

fonrtptlon d* Aabal. sa had to surrender. Kngiuhtrun touch in ITOft; better the *gr*.* roots' think auUxnohiW' to pull tMr.Uln Church still {.von burial.; but
the morning M Janaary SA Moor was immensely ally' now It eipertenred nien4eeillaaater Ug of their fellow cHiieivt at a yearly rental finds that there .U DO longerneed M. J. Murray

ITV4. ... (.14 U, penetratedat Ted with hlmnelf for having a* raWler carried on Tit.**. prefects: are already& of .n. dt lar. A foreign *ervk > for her penalties against
far aa the. rvaarll k..a.* .Yrs.l ved the reputation w.* the' killing, and wanton tie*, well along, thanks to th* officer hi* wife and two thai who prefer cremation.

Nfnr the liter Prig A met seem tn have k_t. lie then! trurtton during iTtW and 1707.Hy early utrctwa that hat greeted children recently Inaugurated' uale to a particular ease the Strange but true

d* Xlraada r.al4 gatheriluf rw-ee-led to enhance that 17W the ){nude mfr a program Inaugurated In the the program w hen they took: preference U
reputation. dons weft no ntor. lit that state department thU year. off en a three-meek trip ending Impious motive. &> now you Copyright. 1W4, NCC"' New Set-rlc
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Pope tells audience '' ; t., 'r"rt \ 1 Notes Corpus Mass guide

Christi! feastin700thyear SUNDAY, October 1!
Our Lady Priest each 2nd Sunday after Tents-
cost. (Mats of Sunday ClOt
rla 2nd Prayer for the Propagation

give Christ to world of the Faith 3rd
ORMKTO.: Platy O-The Prayer of St. Luke evange
VATICAN CITY International week rf then- list Creed Preface of Trinity
(CsC-At) his
general audience last .)
1.)gtcal and historical I iturile
week Pope Paul VI
compared Our 't
tion with that of the Priest. Lady's role )In sa vas ; t t 1 was held here last month to MONDAY. October 19
commemorate the e\enth St. Peter of Akantara.I .
"Mary Is. after Christ and by virtue of Christ at the centenary of the 'Institution (Dare of a confessor not a
summit of the economy of salvation." the Pope said. "She of the feast of Corpus hrlstl. 111'001Gloria., Common

precedes. and surpasses the Priesthood. By comparisonwith Continuing<< the celebration. frctae.)
It she Is on a superior which began with the trip of TUESDAY October CO
said "Thu, Pop Taut VI to this ancient
: we hare a
plane of excellence and a rooaryof St. John Cantlu. confessor,
Marian City last August the meeting
(MaM of tacit Gloria, Common -
different plane of efficien.cy attracted e\eral ouNumllng.
The reamra for papal des I international theolo.ian, Preface)
votlon to Mary are obvious mostly Italian and! French.. WEDNESDAY, October :21
"While the Priesthood at Its the Pope said -If impulses of Amonf them was ArchhUhopPtetro IMuli of previous Sunday,
supreme level possesses the his personal piety were not At St. Joseph School in Bradenton Parent. a"e.*or of :2nd Prayer of St. J JUIarlon,
keys of the kingdom of enough, then profound and the congregation of the holy 3rd Prayer of St*. Vrsuli
heaven, Our Lady Is herself fruitful theologICAl tenons St. Joseph School Bradenton. ehael Phillip Arthur Dottenveich. chael. Mike Simons. John Mancn office Mho opened, the week and companions, Common
Queen of. Heaven, and therefore inherent In his pontifical office has this year turned out one of its William Vickrrs. Michael Blank. Mark Ricker. Steven. !Potter Richard M Ith a speech m ''Th.lrh..- Preface, or, feast of St. II1U-l

Qul'flor, ai regards the the hierarchy." would recall him to this finest football trams. The junior Bruce Wanson, Michael Wilson and Moran. David Bouiiane., IlavldBaker ,\ rl.t M Agape (hove tacit), non, Mass of a holy abbot
Apostles. most special \eneration." Sacrifice. Mystery of Real lions 2nd Prayer cf StvVrsuU
At the audience on the Tracing the relationship between vanity team sitting includes, from Patrick Flanagan; the varsity Steven Messenger' Grant Prei<"I\C'i'." ) and companion.
feast of the holy rosary Pope the universal maternity the left Coach Leo Richards, Leslie team standing includes from the Booth. Charles Richards and Robert The\ Utter half of the week fiimmon Preface, or, feet

Paul recalled the recent tradition of Mary and the apostolic Whaley, John Fischbach Dennis left Ronald Hagzerty, Jeffrey Pot Baker. *.a. devoted to M.tekat t l of St Urmia and com-
among Popes of paying Priesthood, the Pope said Messenger Robert Ghastin Ml- ter Daniel Klehn Raymond ),(1. aspects and began with a talk pans >n., Mass of a virgin-
special homage both ----- martyr Gloria, 2nd Prayer
to Mary give Christ to mankind -- -- on the origins of I the feat of
through exhortation and but in different ways Churches closed ('otl>\" C'hrblti 111.liege. P.). of st 1II1.lon.I Common
praying the Slum, bv Father' Preface)
rosary. Jean Cot
""u, Jtv" Christ through BrKUV: (M') In the Pope speaks to Olympic athletes on tUui presklent of the Iwtltul I THUnsrUY. October 22IMam
Citing especially Pop Lee the Incarnation and the *ff.. of
for rellgknM of prevtout Sunday
past few months, several I sciences
XIII. who published an en- lon of Jra" with which Cal; 1.1..... <'tmtnCll'r.tlC't,)
ryclJral almost every year on filled her. The I'rla.t fire Catholic churches haw lean games developing world peace aims .
IO.\Y. Oitobr 23
th. asnlTertary of the taut Him through power of McreU clawed in commun1M-ruled Poland The ,....l was tint e,'ahlUked M
Anthony Mary Claret.
from 1B83 to MM1, Tope Peal ordrm.The by government ortter.They VATICAN Cm (SC-lope) Paul has called on producecomnetltlve, results of II, IJef* ky tlUhnpItnhert Maaa of a ronfesmtr.DIshotH{
athletes participating In the in 1Ctdncrradng \alu.. 4. Thmel* In 1114 at Gloria" Common Preface.
former Is a ministry were temporary young Olympic games the .mir.itun .( .... Juliana )
Canonization which generates Christ in the buikiingi in Mhich religious Tokyo under the aegis! of a symbolic flaming torch la May they kelp make.taowa t
flesh and then communicatesHim services Mere held for Catholics give to society the bright toil understanding and topeee aa| VATICAN CITY (.NC) through mysterious who live at a distance light of their In the w-wkl" lh. q.,llllr. and ,le.I. ( of f.a.t, Gloria. Conv
The canonization of the 22 Mays of charity to souk from their pariah churches. example.'Ptsltaing ... of p.'i'I.., sad Bull Inh In 1W4. ""* Urban IV mon Preface)
Tit l 1'1.
martyrs of Uganda will beginat called to salvation. The latter The closing<< was explained: by that they are pe to spike Peter in CanHnal a letteradiirrert ..nd. of I..ilag frUa.l..alp ordered the annual "I.tv. SUNDAY October 25
8:30: am., October IS (3.30 is a sacramental and exterior. a government statement that brothers, though from different Dot .>f Tnkyo. The If'ttf'l'8' far b*)lIa" th. .*row llMlia lion of the fad fit Corpus Feast of Our Lord Jesus
I.m. EDT). It was announced ministry I which dispenses they Mere "abandoned races and nations," the released here on the dar of of .|>.... and hate I h.... who n'lrleU In the decree Tranaltunm ). ('tI,..,. Xing, (Mais' of
here by ArchbUhop Enrico thoM gifts of truth and grace, church*" which were net Pontiff 1rtned, "may theathlst .. the opening fIt the lath Olym- |earfMlljr tie l with ens ass feast, Gloria Cr-il, PreS
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of rite.. ** m act !In their profosfrnal Cardinal fVognant
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Pup. preened the
will be broadcast by Christ in souls whkh a rept question are located In the lives ai Id rtsurlb papal lerreurr o( Mat amipieaMent
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to Europe and Africa. )ly hierarchy." and Poanan. ghe MtUfaction to itnth the' "proleet and sustain,, the Ikive I- for>> the centenary. eelebratton.,
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1 6 The Florida Catholic, Friday, Oct. 16, 196-1

Former Red prisoner brings news of Scripture scholars told authorityof


Bishop Walsh, Bishop KungPin-Mei Church needed for their studiesVATICAN

Germalnr Swain went to oak to see a Priest IhatJ }
By CITY (NC-Pope) Paul VI ha* told Scripture thin but with the help of the
to fill out a form and _. HONG HONG NC First hand news of the
I ( ) persecuted authority of the Church the
why. Then this Priest cam-;' scholars not to depend solely'on the resources of
Church in communist China was brought here by a Interpreter of divine "",'.a.
out \Ve had to talk only in human learning to understand the Scriptures, but also on
layman expelled from Shanghai after sevens years of im tlon" Mid' tbe Holy" Father.
Shanghai dialect Out the the authority of the Church, "the custodian and interpreter

prisonment. lookedery akk,"' he :said. PrInt would not talk to me of divine revelation" "Study and piety are at the

Jacques MatljloK!, 40, uninterviewed ; about anything. He was same time the motive and end
said the allows the scholar"to
Two ('hlne.. IIIlie Mlrrf Church authority, Pope
by the NCWC e .afraid" ; and encourage .
of this endeavor, we
/;,,',., know that which ancient and modern sciences can
New Service at fct Paul >f the 00" In HiHiigh I. reirnlly Almost three of the them" the Pope said
I irkMKeil sold Inni of :;'V offer in the Scripture field while at the same
hospital where he has stayed years he spent in prison, Mr : .< rationally adding that scholarship -inserts .
hlnce his arrival here Scptem- she!' dl'lIII In hrilenilM,. | tit a MatlaUM said, were in the time it guards him from losing that which the wisdomof Itself into the spiritual

'\ l Il'rlO. He Buffers from ukw. member of Ihelr' "OII/IIIUIIII", hoHpltal jail, partly because faith knows to be contained movement which amuses in
atltutlon on the Liturgy, and
M" Marie .
lrr In
He released from prisonon flrl.n.The "
was of ulcer but aLto because he therein. to the instruction of the Political the Catholic Church not reverence -

June :5.Mr. nun told him that an slashed hU. arms and even But, he added, "the eloc- Biblical Commissionlast for the Holy Scripture

)1.11111"1111> In llieMin other member Sister Louise, part of hilt throat to get tome trinal orthodoxy which the May. which has never been lack-

Hianghiil Jill! with I was relmprlsoned for writingto edible food. r Church advise and displays Ing but an interest in the
The latter document, he
HUhop James 1- 11 alsh M.M. Hong Kong. "It was hell there for till) of amid dangerous and attractive exploration of the Bible in
said "while honoring the efforts
13. Amerlcmi who wa..en* About religious practice! In u* and you had to fight fur modern exegetical explotatlons every one of its aspects and

tensed In tidal In a :o-}earIrrin Shanghai Mr. Matlatos said: if you did not fight back at 1Jt does not prevent of modern exegesis! forbetter In its practical approach to

for "subvrruhe' arlhlUP "They like to say you can the guards, you would surely study of the Bible does not understanding and evaluation the acts of religious life to

*,* and ItUhop |Ign..tlue!| believe in any religion but die And it In surely hell for dim the glance into the most of the holy texts, draw from it. besides the
points out both IU dangers
hung rin-Vlfl of Shanghai.Mr. that in for vUltorx. I went to all of the good Chinese arduous and complex Biblical sources and rules for faith
and limits, and depends
Christ the King church. A Prints at hard labor and al-! research, but allows the faithful especially the nourishment for the interior -

Matiatoa mid: rommunUt party man Mt ut most martyred for our exegete to know all and on the historical truth comfort which spring
HUhop Walsh looked fairIv of the Gospels with calmnessand from listening to the
a reception desk where I Fulth to lose nothIng. a proper
well and maybe) recoantapd great clarity. divine message of the holy
He addressed
me as I pawicd hi* cell in the on September The Pope told his audiencehe book.
Bishop John P. Treacy of 23 the scholars participating
Shanghai tu .pltal jail on
in the 18th Italian Bible was pleated with the motives "Above all continue jour
June 3. He did not smile lit For Auburndale hospital Week. uniting them In their application to the study and

me, but they ay he always La Crosse diocese mourned The Pope reminded the search for a comprehension of use of the Scripture with
look ai It he I I..* preying Everett Allen the Bible, with the popularand follow
B. J. Langston, left and J. trustees scholars of two papal encyclicals great speed to the

HUhop Walsh U tonatantly ) of the estate of the late Mrs. Mary Morrow, on the Scriptures scientific method which good road which .is that indicated .
( \ :
attended hy a Chinese Ixxly- CUOS.SE,11'iwonsln-P3iahop! John P. Treacy, 73, *
directs their work, and with the
by holy Church
he still valid
took in the ceremonies for which said are
part groundbreaking
guard and It never left alone spiritual leader for 18 of the La Cronse diocese
years and worthy of attention. the spirit with which they he said. "We all know what
he said. died last Sunday at St. Francis Morrow Memorial Hospital in Auburndale.
Hospital here from a pursue it. new and immense difficulties
Mr. Matiatoa also cell he Groundbreaking ceremonies took place on October .
heart ailment. They are IruTldrntU lmu This he characterized as an bar this road and how theyare
MW DI hop Kung Pin,Mel last The prelate suffered a high MhooN unit the Cathe 13. The trustees were given great credit for Dru" bjr Pope| Ian XIII "anxiety to perfect the science that much more serious

January. In the hospital Jail. heart attiitk anil entered the dral of tit Joneph the Workman > expediting the charitable wishes of the donor culminating and ".,...1..0 .Uflante MplrlU"' of sacred books and not and dangerous the more closely

"The Plkhop could not have hospital In the first week of which was finished in in beginning construction of the 31-bed of Pup Pin All. to demolish their authority, they are tied to the development
MHUu) i .
weighed hundred .
He wd1 a pitting blood pound and June after he presided ut facility to serve Polk County.Constitution He alto called attention but to find in them the truth of 1.IIblicalatudle..

three graduation ceremoniesin 11I.11"11 T".lIc'f "u a 1tf'1I1. the ecumenical council' Con of God's word." "Attempts in these studies

one day and the ordination |ironiiilrr of Hie', llturglralrevival. are made from time to time

Daytona BeachPRINTING' of Priests the following day.A '. "Thin U done' not only with to fit into the perimeter of

native of Massachusetts the resources of human erndl- human and
Churcl 1 will start personal theorythe
who was ordained for the torn In M\ rlx( >ro, Maaaachiwetta on Immense and mysteriousfield

Cleveland diocese in 1918 and he attended Holy Pope Pius XII of Biblical truth to the

t came to La Cross in IfrWfrom Cross College, J Harvard University of thought nsultor point of depriving it of its
new era coi
Ltttw Press and, Offt tCeuchman the Ohio see, Hl>>hot law school anti the. sayseMbatologleal VVril'AV CITY (N(') sacred character and transcendental

Treary directed: a Iii million Catholic University of Amer.lea A steady procession past the values.
It Father ( II. Tavsrd dimension' of
Prlntlrtf C ) gorge
building. program during hl. lie made his theological tomb of Pope Plus XII
.... NCWC (hrUtlsn' life and on the "The Mid result of h
I. JfaJIH,. <> year, here, being rmpunKlhUi turtle. for the PrlMthuml at News Service marked the sixth anniversary this" *

CL 2-4214 ISI Malnota for more than 1WI new building SI John's Seminary, Brighton, ICOMri-The forthcoming; Constitution on the Church meaning of Nary a* the 'Imageof of his death (October 9)). said, ".< that the reality and
altltllC'hu..t. the (hunch should restore power *, These Include Holy will become the most memorable achievement of the Among those who offeredMass
among Catholic a sense of lures. .U thus '
In IMA when he rendered' lnnbKtaniUI >
Cross Seminary, six: diocesan was Second Vatican Council and will launch a totally new era at the tomb were Archbishop
commitment to the spiritual
nerving. as director of the Society in Catholic | ?, and then (exegttes)
for the rropatfatlon of thought. rrullllrs and In the InTlMbln Angelo Dell'Acqua. alunr' and by themselves' make
The constitution has already received the basic world which famllUrltj with who had been the late Po 'aundersecretary claim
Welcome Travelers the Faith In Cleveland he ap. to constitute the nb.LlIN' *
Furniturs was; named coadjutor with the proval of the council Fathers through an affirmative a maleiUINl rhlll/atluii tendsto of state, and of religion.

: night of Hurcenidnn. to Bishop. vote on the first six chapters although it. will .not. become: oterohaduw.The Bishop Peter van LJerde,
Perch and, P.+i io SpecUH'wJttHM -g-- ---- -- ----- vicar general of Vatican City. "Thus they bear witness
Alexander Mctiavlrk( 01 l. official until its promulgation .
Wrftuflht Iron iCifxme .- ing fit the Church as a community Constitution on the Prince Carlo Pacell, his brothers unknowingly to the providential
Aluminum: lie became a lmlnl. by Pope Paul VI. Church will be the longest
of love !in which God and their families the Sisters need of !living authorityto

HTghway I-Ormond B.ic1i trator forced Bishop In IH! 14 MrOavtk when illness to Th. writer nf this article I.t I. communicates to man themystery document of the council It of the Holy Cross of protect and enlighten the

retire of his has been the work of more Manzlngen and others authentic sense of the divine
lie succeeded to the dliKone I. author of n cumber .rIh..lnll. own life. Thus many
.... works, chairman the Church U essentially! team of theologians and who had been members of the book."
I J1. 4 I. 'rntI". '. when' HUhrip McOavllc IlUhopn than any other. Whenone late
of the theology department of turned outward In service Pope's household attended
tiled l in 194M.Bishop
Daytona Moving & Storage Co. Tr..ocy strongly Mount Merry <'"U>|e, Pillburgh *- rather than inward In com- compares ita- present form the )1a...
with what was presented at
pUcency.: The tomb was surrounded
otflrUI) fees.lloefar DUKES
4| AU ALLIED VAN LINES INC. supported" artiv lay groupn nn trio'start of the first sessionof -STEEN
by C'endl.! and flowers
.. put
He the the "Pf'fI.,1.111' <> 2, It restores' the concept: of
encouragnl of
holding the council, one also '
DITTO( nRTArp conventions 'In the rll and n Member" of the I*.". the Church as the people? to there by' the Roman people rUNtXALHOMI

Jll ... Caa|> fll' -Cft frlttt MO ft*. ." '.-RIA 4UAT diocese numerous and made' the Dloc.I HUhopn* 1''''.. paiel. ItAme. whom God has paused HI see that a considerable distance and members of Catholic action 310 Je PWeU A...
has been covered and
covenant Thin In the whose cause Pope Plus MY UIUI. L.it
e''.m I'ouncll of (athollc Women principleof af
I The m< .im<.allon* still to tift that a stupendous task of XII strongly supported. Several .

Ride A a major organisation hen. made <>n the text a. a result the the spiritual Ijltys awakening' to theological updating. has been council Fathers, who
Itequlem Maaa for n"hott| .>< the suggestions' of the achieved.
were debating the
place of
I which ,
HONDA IK theirs as a result of
Treacv was srherlulol far Or-
round) l Fathers will not t tauhnUitilal be
The constitution contains catholic action In the
i _, From $717.00 tuber 15 In (he Cathedral ofst ant will be tie- Jl
t .... Up to 200 Miles per gel Joseph the Workman In ..lined t 'i' US MM|..M4 1ti., l..-lltArtiifry I... Crosse, is.l rather than change IM longer presented. M a mainly concludes it The votes that Ambulance Serrfc

bark runltnt rfMinlatratlve body, b U tether ,u"u"U"\\"\"",,,,
l Publishor dies recently been" made VA 4-1(71.

While. the n.* coiutUtitlonran .. the reHMtUiry vt theApanlles' cover the first six chapters, now ST. AUGUSTINE(
: In. flower hll' ltrlth I'C't) ftfo. .
function of preachIng .
not he exrt*.l to haven the last two being under re.Vision
rjtilem hiss was offered. hr the Go pel and of their nuunUU\ "uun\"
by Joseph's Florist Immediate senoutlonal by the doctrinal commission -
for hurlen H RUIder TH
feet In 'tlMwktuy. Its ultimate spiritual. authority By annotating ,
Floral Detuning For Every Occation; |l.ubU..hf'r. of the Catholic result Mill Jw rvMilutlorury. the HUhnp in tit.lope' Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Horns
New unit furnvrr House
PK 477-1141 141 W. Granada A.t, Ormond lath trse.ure'and It will mark a new stare In, noltrltkkl for all theworld Open
prvnklent irf the jtrmltt It will.,
thookftjtral reflection. In paw consklerabiy ex- Itluxiii; :' (ipr..., (J(') IS7 CUARWATER-IAAGO JtOAD-LARGO
Press A..tk' tent
anal ileepen the Church
torn initiative and In the deiDtppmewt -The door U open 21 hours T.J.pM. 14-2119
Auxiliary tilahnp Ililllp J. with lciiy, and give all her
of spiritual life.
\ a day to the worshiper who
WILSONDRY Purking &t New York offeredthe members a deeper awarenessof 244HOUR AMIULAXCC SERVICEKYLEMcLELLAN11
wishes to visit his Eucharts-'
Stare the 16th century ecclMtofctfur. -
Mass mt tkKrfwr 11 In M.Patrkks the need' to enlarge their
er reflection on the tic King' In this large Ormanpietropullii.
CLEANING Cathedral for th* now! to the sroti of the unlver -
hutch ha* In the itne At the urging nf
t grew
M-terun Catholic .prm ftgurewho ... aUive all barriers of
and LAUNDRY SERVICE stem. fttrerthHi of self skqpn.e Joseph Cardinal. tlng< a half
sited last Munrtay in $.. rwthMMlltr. ritteeMhlp, race, INC.
Pict-vp end Detivsry? >'rant la II..$.... ltoughkeep.'I. aslnt the real or Imaginaryawiaulta color or reMsktn.. dam churchiM have erected
2 lec.nsoR of Protestants, f....... the tabernacle off to the side FUNERAL DIRECTORS

ntklnaUmocl.rnk", maUrteltaU 4, The chapters on the call of the attar and leave a skle
7-10)1 OR MM Mr RkUer Join.**! the Catholic 17 W. UNION STREET-JACKSONVTU1
Mill) .th...... TMdM to holiness ant on religious door to the church open day
[Gnw Y3eq. 124' W. Granada N.w. In 1910 .. aasUUfttto strengthen the Chunh's sorters ahewkl Mart a renewalof and night for visits to the t. 3-39" Ceeliaoem sin-sure Sowe ISIS
hU father Henry R........'.
I then Ublb..... The privatelyowned Interior dMfJtoe.. and ruher- the life of prayer and give Bleaaed s.. t nee, hut it aLto ntene l her shape to a modern' type of The Ubernacle, la separatedfrom

DAYTONA Dk0eelsPfN./! a. the New weekly York which rrhdlarwee's serve .tons of nmtac with the MiwtHy adapted to our world.ReNgtout the rest of the churchby

mams rf many fwmtrte' and orders thm..I'HIIhcII<t a heavy Iron grill which
IIIIs-r WM foundftl. In 1M .hyllermnn
Riskier who Mt K with the toteBertiul. conrrrns reflect on their calling ta linked to preterit then or ,AlJit m

FURNITURE of the e4tamls4.The In th* light of the comtltu- vamtalUm In the church
l later
to devote himself to scnl -
slat and thereby nuke their
r ,tourtwIUw Henry HMklrr kMtMutlon of the of life ,..., FUNERAL' DIRECTORS
Church and hi. way more ant to
< who was Herman MMilr Mi r. "liy
our times and WWII I TAMPA
'a aMivtale. ..... ftibluher claw out wf Utas lanm**'IH'" meanuigful 23741U
I t Frc'':,, SHOWROOMS .. ably more p.weffvl I than before to our contemporaries.
I pas. ,...,? and In 25.. nn his f*
i liver's death Charles. IttsMkrMume In their Mrrmr ronftn, S. Th. Last !.. tk pler.. hffacmlng IMSMt

I Robert L White, Prti.r / l th* orttc, yet modules..
MloIIIft1.1 A rrp t Off H,9hweg; nSk )lr. KkWrr WM elected their. Impait en socMv. and i21ALInd J4WIOI' AUIUUNCE.
the / JUY1CIFtr
.>.uint of the on afcf Ift< kom
I M CathotteI'm
...r..mi Opp.. $. T.enlal 5aWc. ItACH UfMOUALCHAKL
AII..tklft in im and thoiwlM. A* a reault the

rrn'ed two term, and .In fhurrh I.rtmmt b crwi.: gtyIrrelevan
i 4.eapeeLull' rK K
\ K. trs.e..A .... .eaa11SDJINOU
was, :Scented l l a ...|ue hyi to the (1--.t.
1\ i piv v.umal( frutip for M -.. ol ...... ItACH 2el A... s.. "'". $42410)

Rich in TRUE FKUITgooifnttti .. ,.''S c">f *rrhr. tn the C.lh> It !. ,",. Uul awed ikalVr MEMORIAL CHAPEL ST. PETERSBURG lit. e..u.t saw, .

pI'r.t t"'hlfft | Johnlll ...i.4 t. .... ........ **i- **i e seem t. Tw.e tar.r..Mq.. a. D.we.

step by rolling a r*.n...1| for ( ... 0..1 a.e ha.wsssde

.... n r"i4seJ rn.alUn tof the -

JfJnm CatJ. .11...... The 'V..lMaikIn .. es PHONE I77.7SJ
> e LLOYD COX tnnnkk ecfrrUM
t J \! Sf. Pe+.tslrrl Fua3a 40 Yeas
Office N k ".....,.. by firs te. .. A. P. BOZA
"t... tknrvn In she U.....* KlYtUlCC CHArS.JlOf > JOHN S.
FRUIT DRINKS Cl .un ........ 1e. in.* M.J. l.. i.of' In N. AtulNU A VI. Inc. Funeral Directors


I ( shauhg t.'Nh.a., ..... of

lk4r hotIt.. The icob sill

: i 1 t-.f *. *** I IIt hsY .A..r.l .... i4. Funeral Home
f 5', .....I ,.... .saga s and AM.ritsi ,..4

T .. Hut tw incttrel r- .,'"i .
t +s .. D.kks... a
0 I P.M. Yt II|| P.M.
I e se "heat tIIIt ('lrrrn .
6 ....., ..- ratskwr
.. .te.ea.d :: e Is.sv.1 P.1Z1.a: .M $ bur W hr ,__.

J 4.11 ; v...+.c tlaasr ..... lIen r Iss.,-1... C UI .

4 ;. .M ......... e Oea.4 u..J.ttSAN mwerW4 ink fill '.. ,.w

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1"\1=$_. .- > Is
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flown isths, I\ Sill KXCO
J rFAM1TOIITASIUTOA6i im so. iiovooo tae 1. erlrnr/ .. tit "* !**.
<< bed drink: M to.,," -"" Faa wares ....... IU kV .',-OATTONA 1LAo4cL24771M lisle. r..t 0.- '" Sf. I Tie" Ae/. N.r 4 nUln

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'Faith of our Fathers'rrl ORLANDO

I Florida ReportsOrlando .die Ingrams. ,,,,.,\11' rrl' *'. e( ,lie CHoc.<. .t WINTER PARK
as .a1l11l.tI.. .t tJacksonville

WIVY, ,1050 h
Morning Star School R1Lj; /' ... S.h"d.y, 12:10 I p.m. FAQUCTT MOTORS
St. John
Vtaaney The Women's Auxiliary In fF' St. WFOY, 1240IcS.lurday lts.t.rnd.L.ttl.d.tnkw.
A spaghetti dinner will be Orlando of the Morning Star Augustine Tuka
1"tea. 12:10 I ..
p.m. .
tw (*
sponsored In this parish at School for handicapped children P ? C... Ck.uk a .. Or. ..... "..
12 noon on November 15. The will hold a membership Daytona Beach WNOI, 1150Ic Ol S-1633
meal will be served for $1.23 coffee,October 22 from 11 am. Saturday 12:10 I pm.E.su .
a plate for adult and 50 cents to 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. A r
for children Joseph Mueller. 4226 GarfieldCircle .... 1 Game -
by members of + ::: WMEG, 920 'c JIM BLAKE
the St. Rose of Lima Circle. Orlando.All Melbourne S.tIId.y, 12:05 p.m. OFFICE SLTFLYFURNITURH
Parishioners are Invited to women In the area Interested taw 1
plan to dine In the parish In becoming members L 1.y Tallahassee WTNT, 1450 'c
social hall at St. John Vlanner are invited to attend. S.hrd.y 12:10 I p.m. OFJ'ICI: crPLlES

or that Sunday next month. Mrs. Joseph Lawton Jr. is lale WDSR 1340 'c JUI 750,1
chairman. City 000 flog Orlando Any W or.
12:10 I
S.itlydly : p.m.

ORLANDOWINTER Winter PerkSt.llargaret Madison WMAF, 1210Ic

PARK Mary S.tlltd.y, 11:45 '."'. FAIRVIEWCleaners

IdrCharles Callahan of WDVH 910 't
Gainesville & Laundry
Orlando, past president of the Tu.lday f40 a.m. *........
Diocesan Council of Catholic -
; Dsa4.ble Fabrle Car
Ocala WMOP m h ...*. _. A. ....c.,..,.
: ,"" Saturday, 12:30: p.m. Ull L4iiwatar, OrUaJe

Clothes Lakeland WtAK 1430 Se
Saturday, 12:4: p."'".

Rneit For Girls In Clothing A Boys Halloween Orlando WDIO 580 't BILL DARDOE

HUH.......*. Pf, .A Sunday 5:00: p.m.
Campbell St. Petersburg WPIN 4101e SAVE ON YOUR
Sunday, 10:00: .,"'.

SERVING THE embassy CeatBlete P... ('..tat W.. 65'-31n Hwy. 10


DINNERS FROM CO.tsarpaat.4 Marnb I I
blesses chapel of tell St. CSarl.
4:30 PM <. 1:00
: :
IMS WUIr 4 ...'*.. ... ttll ParlihOrlando's
LOUNGE | .el.! ... Sit.<....
220 .Orlando Ave, Charles Borromeo
Hwy. 17-92 MI : .
: (NT) Pop Paul VI blf'.M'the renovated! 4Citizon: h fastest

Chart Borromeo In the Italian embassy to NATIONAL HANK .

.., W and then went to pay a visit to the parish oaLo'HOO growing bank

J St Eugene re |'cw... a.w art and Ik. ,11I1Ti1t
44 < Mirth" ,. .* across from St. James
: the broad Put he said !'orNut dhl)
front of the em-
not construct only a material
whkh was
edifice' "but a spiritual( t-nf.
I parishioners and not only material' walls but WATKiMj
& .. Signs all over
spiritual on. as w H-th*
hd proclaimed'
walls of a pariah
visit for over a PAINT WAIL PAP*
As far as It Is In your
&! \ ., parish
out In full power you constitute' and pr OttANOO VmiW PAAC
fed this parochial commvmltrami '
th. living (Church each
IN hltwtng. the of you being not only a pa. *.
Italian -'b..... .Iv. pretence but a bulkier GRAY'S JEWELRY

Member : :: .: ..eo M Nona a with work, prayer, th. a1,>Nt WATCHES CLOCKS
Charles for the total and charily In aec r, DIAMONDS
end .t!! ,.,fiII leavers liv tUnre with th. ..i"hs rf the Watch and Antique Clock Repair

CORNER CENTRAL I guktonre on Church ami 1 th* council for 2001 Edga..t.e Dr. 6A 2-2174 Nit .e bbd.
nation and It. revival"

After ..U.ndin.en..lw'k1n
.. nklcli" ....... given by Archbishop KttnretunUl MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN
,. called the I',&. t'tr. relent t>( the I FU>
man vlrarlaU. the Pup received co rl.E'ns r>!:*HXM TO GOIndi.icJua'
iv bc.e a it w.e
Every M,. pelts fcl..... cUttcal and Ur reprsenlallvM *- Fried Chicken Dinner $1.00

: 90 aludente of who the parish atlend pmt th. Family Buclef OICM,"" $3.95

was given by .rnlnary for delay. .*! vnrelinn Fish Dinner $1.00
: :: : .r""". r,.... In an a : ", IktrreMNo as well" .. mml r* of the Shrimp Dinner$1.15
who Jam a pariah Hoy and Url Keouttrn N. xnw $ cAnot$ TO exxm ton
Jfw,. llel V.,. rrk T. Wit4re
Is the > i
saint. one |
you the .. Or.... HI. Tr. Orta4a Of 1ft. -._
chapel was dedi' Church rf KL Kugn
IAn. .!.# A .. little JM. CT MMSJMl
wee gl"n to fell .Plus XII
ue A ill K4. meajsj
time of .. the .*.*..*\ hy Cth 4ks thfMihmit theworts ).k* faces IU. A at. r....... STT41I
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-. : .----- .:--.. .. '-- 8 v ,. TIle Florida Catholic, Friday, Oct. tIf. 1961
Ground Erok'erAMorrow i : '
i t:
,. ,: t:<.f't, :.,
I '.. ,)'" .'-" ..) Florida Catholic editor

Memorial Hospital will// 4f''f ..J. "

'Tfrf"e I visits sources of news

benefit citizens of Auburndale "(A "'" ,. 1

.tt V (e..d.... fr.m psi' u the America VSO building

(C..ll..*4 ,... xi 1) ther David B. Cronin; St In time to be the center ot Feldt conduct: daily after on VU CoBclIUzione.

St Joseph Winter Haven, Thomas, Bartow, Father the corporal work of mercyhrsllng noon briefings for the journalUU. As Father Smith comes out
James C. Fahey; Holy ;Name, the sick: he said. The panel commission -
I of this which .is so
Father Matthew J. Connolly,; building,
Father Frank Good American
Gulfport Your memorial will have t feature well known to the countless
St. Clements Plant City Fa- t
nun; and Holy Spirit Lake Father of the Council and
life In It. It will live, the American military men who
Wales, Father Arthur L. Dun.
In Rome.
Priest, pastor of St. James experts were In Rome In the past he
nlgan.In Church, Orlando, predicted.It For example, this week Fa can look down its vista and
Coadjutorsto recalling the benlflcence ther Smith heard Bishop
will preserve the memoryof see the world's largest church.
shown In the will of Mrs.
John J. Wright of Pittsburgh
the Morrow family here In St. Peter's-majestically
Alary Morrow, Father Far. one day; Bishop Charles P.
Lansing Auburndale as the doctors basilica stands there, housingthe
relly said that some may casually Greco of Alexander the next
Sisters and nurses travel its sessions now going on
and without much
Cleveland halls. As its patients come and day. the ecumenical council
thought as they pass by say, addition'to the
In press
g "This is Morrow Memorial
I panel, and endure to the degree conferences, reporters and are doing will affect the
vr.t s 111:\fTO; v (\o) -CoadJutor Hospital. Some may say, that the people of Au. Prlesfredltors have other waysof lives of every single Cathollo
This Is the Catholic hospital. ; for and
have been delving background
Bishops and In the centuries to
burndale nurture It Father now
named for the Dioceses of In actual fact It Is your hoe, Farrelly concluded. Break ground for hospital information on the subjects come.

Cleveland and Lansing, it was pita!, he emphasized. ,i The architects for the new under discussion at.the Coun.

announced at the Apostolic A memorial erected to the hospital facility which will ex. Ground-breaking ceremonies for left, Father Matthew J. Connolly Fa- cilSavannah's

Delegation here on Wednes memory of a person shortly reed three-quarters of a mil. Morrow Memorial Hospital in Auburn- ther Terence J. Farrelly, B. J, Lang- Bishop Thomas Orlando deanery

day. They are: ceases to have any significance lion dollars In coot are Reynolds dale marked the opening; phase of an.ton, J, Everett Allen, Father William' J. McDonough invited Father

Bishop Clarence G. Is en- as the years pass unit** Smith L Hills of Jack other hospital to nerve the Diocese of J. O'Farrell; and front row, from the Smith to join his party at DCCW to meet
it has some meaning for the dinner evening this weekIn
man, ,tamed' Coadjutor of and future sonvllle. Ferllta It Maggio, St. Augustine. Participating in the left Sister Padua and Sister Theresa one .
of present genera. Rome, and the former Auxiliary
Cleveland with the right
liucre. lon and Apoutollc Administrator lions, Father Fancily con. Inc. of who Tampa have are already the contrastora begun ceremonies are, back row, from the Frances. Bishop of St. Augustinegave OKLAMio-Father Ter.ence ..

tlnued. Father Smith J. Farrelly will offera
a great
"seda plena" of
earth moving on the project
o'clock Mass[ in St. James
deal of background on how 9
the Dlocei. of Cleveland. Your memorial your ho..I.| l.Ul expected to be completed In

leskl- .l36, hop named Alexander Coadjutor M. .of*- ., please! God, will continueHoly 1963. Church around the worldVatican the Council source of functions.information Another ember(Church 5.on for members Thursday,of No.the

Lam-Ing with the right of cue- for Father Smith has been Orlando Central Deanery

teflon. and Ax) >stollc Administrator Name convention Bishop Fletcher of Little Council of Catholic Women.

of the Diocese of pavilion Flee Congo Mission meeting Rock (Father Smith studiedfor The deanery will meet beginning

Lansing. the Priesthood of the Diocese at 10.30 BJIV, in the
Paul VI made the panel leaders listedC MOW: 10RK (NO) -The K.t.MI'\L.4 Uganda (NO)- W.tHHIMJTO.V Change of St. Augustine at the Cherry Plaza hotel, with t

Pope .. Vatican. Pavilion at the New Seventy missionaries from its necessity and desirability seminary In Little Rock). members of St Elizabeth
because Cleveland's
appointments Archbishop Edward ( f..r ..(. IIHowie The long record of the Holy York World's Fair" is closing the Congo escaped death by was the theme that ran The remainder of Father Guild of St James parish in

Mohan and Lansing' Bishop *, a member of Jirkkontitle's Name xlety<< : u a confratern. October 16 after having been't.lled fleeing to Uganda after a throughout the 15th annual Smith's visit to Rome for coverage charge of hospitality.

Joseph Altars! had asked for / .lukiimpflon. parl.b. Ity of the Church-400 :years \ by about 75,000 people rebel "people's court" sen meeting of U.S. mission-send of the Council will be Luncheon speaker will be

reuwns of age and health to -which matches almost per. each day of the fair for a tented them to be executed. ing societies! here. spent In meetings with Council Father Charles Spellman of
Some Catholic Priests
1,200 ,
be relieved of the active government fectly the age/ of the Oldest,, total that may top 13,000,000 Most of the missionaries are religious and laymen activein Fathers in the evenings, Cocoa Beach.
of their dioceses. Pontiff invitesU. Mission In the U.S., the Mla persons. Belgian Catholics and a number both privately and publicly,
,,, ,,
work heard
missionary "u \\" "n""un '"
sign of Nombre tie Dlos In St Francis Cardinal Spellmanof are Sisters. Some, among and In attending the press
S. pastors to Augustine prompted the na New York Is celebrating aMass them 71-yearold Bishop Henri speaker after speaker declare commission sessions. Subscribe now
"''''''"'"''U"\\,""'"'' that only changed attitudes
tlonal Society director to lire of Thanksgiving in thepavilion's Joseph Plerard of Bent were ___u_ __,_" __uhuuH'....
attend council training and techniques will The latter are rondnrtra at " ," "n" '
SubscribeDuring the budly beaten before they
range for the eastern regional ; chjpel to mark
bring to the Church'smission
convention to choose the Mission closing. could escape. The missionaries success
the last week of this VATICAN CITY < n-) efforts In the 1900
as the place to commem. Officials of the pavilion, are now at Klsubl mission CLEARWATERCLARK'S
month there will he the
an- Four United Slates pastor The conference was sponsored
orate the quadrlcentennlal which near Entebe.
nual campaign for renewed have been Invited to attend by the Mission Secre
and to climax the convention
'Pleta on loan from St.
:lubwrlptlons and for new the rest of this session of the tariate, a clearinghouse of
subscriptions to The Florida ecumenical council along with there, Peter's basilica, Rome, described Fr. Janssens mission information and services
There will I he a pontifical I the exhibition M
Catholk' Archbishop Joseph Priests from several othercountries ROME (XC)-Father Jean with headquarters here
P hall High Mass at the Mission on "very successful. It attracted GULF SERVICE
Hurley ; once again
ap- Baptlste Janssens SJ., 27th .
pealed to the Priests to see Sunday morning, October 25:, nearly CO; per cent of all general of the Society of Jesus Relief for India

that. the Catholic paper Is read Pop Pail VI asked" hens at 11.30; a.m., Monsignor Jor visitors to the fair. was burled on October 0at NORTH PAHl'R India' HERCULES & DREW
to be on hand for 4111C'1..loI.l dan laid this week. The sei PHONE 444-3710
by all of their parishioners.t3 .
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on the council's draft .UI'. mon will b* given by the dl. Author honored .
cemetery. Attending Catholic Relief Services
meal on Th Priestly Ate rector of the Mission Father
NT. noVAVK.NTlRE, New the funeral the previous evening tlonal Catholic Welfare Conference
and )1IIt,)'," Michael V. Gannon of St. Auguitin > York <.NH)Francli J. Shred were 22 Cardinals, were distributed hereto Your On.-Stop Service For AH Lawn And Garden SuppHei

According ta the current *. author and publisher of New Including Amleto Cardinal members of 200 families SKYCREST GARDEN SUPPLY

timetable, deliberation of this Dlix-esan Union men are York and London has been Clcognanl, papal secretary of affected by flood which started .
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join them In attending -
Action medal of St. Ikmaven 1000 council Fathers and the wake of
on schema 13 on the ChurchIn acv heavy\ monsoonrains.
the convention's Mars at the Phone 442J644 1921 Drew Sfr .t
the modern world.Of turf University here eral high Vatican officials \ .
Oldest :Mission
the four American Father Franco William
All Holy Kim men In the
PrloNts invited two were' already DIMart Kearney 0 F.M., university
urged to plan to
present In Rome Mun-, attend the convention to tll president, announced hissed ATTENTION !

signor Walter J, Tspt, pastor heW at the Dayton Fbu Hlet. ). will receive the medal In ram-
,I! of fit. ROM'S parish In Ilener vat Ions should be pus exercises on October 24.
California and The medal! given annually
matte w Ith the hotel.
vicar general of the Santa .ln,* 1034, Is usually presented FLORIDA CATHOLICSUBSCRIBERS

ROM diocese, and Monsignor on the feast of M. Francisof

HOTWATER Joseph E:. Emmenegger, pastor AssUI" patron of Catholic

of Kt Andrew's jwrUh.Delavan action hut the presentationwas r

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superior of the gradual traveling abroad. HERE IS A GIFT THAT YOU Will KEEP

and p *dous peace of house of the North American welcomearea Sheed native of
mind,too, with a a Sklney.Australia IN YOUR HOME FOR YEARS TO COME. .
College In Rome WM cited for "his

E: $opir-f falt $optM.f. The other two American women long sort 1 lee Catholic: action NO OBLIGATION!

Priests ere Monsignor Gerard as a ifcier of the word, not a t
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