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Title: The Florida Catholic
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Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 1964
Publication Date: 1939-
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r A VGrSTIXK' -Dedications of new Ckthollcjniik! $L Joseph Church Tempts

Ing will take place this weekend and next. Archbishop! Lourdes Academy addition
Tampa.SL .
Joseph P. Hurley, three of the diocesan dean and,fcther Patrick Ito

officials of the Diocese of St. Augustine, as well u the ,m.. ", ra

Abbot of St. Leo representing the Archbishop, wilt, pre ville.Oprpua San. Jose '

aide at the different ceremonies

When October 25 and November 1 have passed, the pie Terrace.

newly blessed construction will include five "new grade SL Brendan

schools, two additions to Beach. lc

central high schools. addU church, JacksonvilleSt. Two lIfl
c\ tions to two elementary Raphael School St, one at the ) ,
Petersburg. Catholic HUn\
schools two churches a tlt.monl"T
; Christ Child Center Tam,*. other In Our
rhild.are center' and
; seven St. Patrick School addition pariah.

convents. and convent. Tampa. ? In addition, No. 59 Orlando, Morlda Friday October 23, 11X1 101
-- The buildings to be blessed St. Joseph convent bk.land. School .' .
on Sunday October 23 Include in Jacksonville '
: ;
scheduled J Hk .,III. well.. Its X-tober and the follow-
Paul VI : _,. < > a* a new 2. on
Pope St. Teresa C'Onnnt.Ito t. I la the < Holy RoMry provisional ..UI f for a school |hectors tosteel lur Ik' Hitler log Sunday November I I. he
*f HI. Jwrpk. will Nt In Tampa for two
St. Anthony School. Brooksvllle. vent at 11, at
more ceremonies, one at theIxnmlee
I School 'blaho, will Archbishop' Hurlty will '
Academy (itrls
Pope to attend India'singress Dedications wlU be h.l10"' The .. ", of Ik*
Sunday, November 1, for 'lthe gustine .' wlag. at church In Holy Itnaary par High JUhooh\ and the otherat
following; dedication |" H. hued U Uh Jarkson>lllel on Sunday, St. Joseph' pariah's new

to ,._ ... -,. t- ""' .. e' .. w ..... church.
Hundred' of Jacksonville
Eucharistic CC Catholics will gather on !>!-

day ami attain on Sunday at
the dedications. at which the

By Father Vincent II Smith ment of the rope's vUlt to AP'hbUhop will preside.
a The Hvly Rosary provisions
ROME:, Italy-This put week's sessions of the Council the Holy Land the l\<(+ had church blessing .U

were completely overshadowed by Pope Paula announcement aid to Cardinal Craclaa"Lei' : scheduled before. the 11.30

that he will fly to Bombay India In etrly see"first how this visit eVIock Maaa.In .
December to attend the International Eucharistic ConSTess goes off. The vUlt to the
Holy Land was halted! by the Tawp, ... ....'bl.tlnp
being held there from November 28 to December 6. entire world. Will bl... .lie. l... xirdr. Are.

The Pope chose the occasion of the canonization of 22 Correspondence between the eMjr ."..1&I" pJ.., per

martyrs of Uganda on Sunday last to make his announce IP and the Cardinal In. day, >...mb r I I.

ment creased F- t
through the
succeedIng
Rarlier that day, N>for, the
Amid the traditional Afro Tope John In 1961 about the months. The and
pros 11 H) o'clock Mass, the Ant-
sounds of of
the
can tomtom portability attending the cone were dUicussed.
rattle and Bantu chanting, Congress In Bombay roi. Reported the (Cardinal "I bishop will iledlealt. the new.
alien to St Peter's Basilica. John responded that he was consistently Indicated the n, fit Joseph Church at the rorn
the Pop declared the Uganda too old and would probably pectationa of the people of r (It Cherry and Comes

martyrs to be Mints. At the be In the next world by UXI. India Catholic and aon- atholte Streets In Tampa.

lame ceremony h* spoke of alike, and also what hit even hundred pupil and
At kfc
tint
hi* plan to Journey to India s.dleace wltk volt In th* providence of Cod dutta ,Joined In the ceremonyscheduled
the | elected .
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ewjr p* r..l on October 23 whenXlanglfnor
Which "thou.h"fr" brief
would achltls3n the '-t Interest
Cardlaal GracUa latllM r.p* TatrUk V: NoUn
and simple .U Intended to be a
of tM Ottfh In the
Paul! (. the KmkaritU c... V,T ble_' the five-class.
testimonial for all mla lon-
Ift
country and the lift of the
gre"s la) ..._be,, rtmm addition to tUcrnt Heart
sties of yesterday and today nation. ,
,.. Bchnnl In Jac tlte.
> The
w ae.rrlraalt srm
The rope made commit Th Cardinal
no Pop Cranial
Th* Pop !. beromlag a "r.tlionere, received l the ton
mf1'tI.SubHqu.nt. aid, mad the subject an on>
mlMlowary +hlrh Mesas a rrstuUtlors of the tnxe..
wi...... a shepherd, aa spur to the announce* .rods back page Addition blessed at Jacksonville's Sacred Hoart from Mnnslcnor Nolan 11*

tl. .. th. ....," k. ,. ,,,,,,, u"u" "' ,,,n n '" \\\ uu""""",,, singled' out )'athef T. Lao

The aniHruno.m.nt brought Valk.rI'.'7e.IAaf.er, the slam tkm certmony. The'' area dean and convents are to take plan today. Dumber and the lUlers! efMerer '.
.. tumultoua cheers from th. Archbishopto 's' greeting ten of Nary and the by e.chen Mos dgnor Patrick EL Nolaa blessed M ffumJay and on November 1, >wh.,..." lie school
enminiMirfatlMi'en the
.,4 hug crowd of 10,000 which of the Sacred' Heart School la Jack.sonville the new addition, above, on Orto acconltof' to Chancery' announcement for. The addition tleeeedye atrectos.
Included 2000 Council Father joined with the studentsi to her 22. Dedlcatlone of other made during the week
.,..., lln. .. ID 14 the |io
*. The Pontiff vUlt will Holy Nai me Society .in dedka school additions churches
participate yeeterday's schools lab number ol rUanmome. .latwe
mark the first URM that a
Pope has vUlted" Asia. There extend cordial wel at the p.rUr achnoL
a come to Father Dennis Mc-
had obviously been tome I Priests' Twe- eere_alee N J.rk.aDllie .
retreat
thought and planning givento Carthy and to the o than and members of Board to moot will Uke piece as Me

the vUlt" to Bombay before the Holy Name Society u they gather for their **mker II

the announcement waa made. regional convention at Daytona Beach. Our 1)(. at convention ,
At Monday's newt conference Prepare for Liturgical Triduum UoMNigNoe-<>.Un will U
ArrhbUhop Joneph }'HMDod oceae appreciates greatly the devotion and spoa the guest o| .>th.r V. > I"metIteMher "

of Delhi, India wan asked toile achievements of yosociety. ur providential Catholic II U TUVA UK.Mil All HT. AffJIMTI.Nr: tMoceean Liturgical Commlaalon-" ,,'.1. cal .......,... lb.a..4 In Un. J-...e td I n.n,
to give the that led execwthe" b..rd tneiobers of U en that m..rnii s. The deem
steps redid lfc
up It is an honor tot r us that are holding members will aaalat the of the Dioceee Mass
you clergy preparingfor will. Mesa
the a.nJa.
to the decision\ of the Pop the Kt AMCWrtJn. ntc..ft U IUM(.., ..4 .U ... rile new
Jr.( announced that he was your regional assembly 1 here, and we pray that I'nfctfi: of H.ijr Name fiuriexteawtN the Introduction of Kngliah: In the Mass during the .f )l..((...r Uil, ,U l'M*ee.... |It serve the Hii',.eof

peaking on behalf of Valerian your deliberations may 'be inspired and hel'|<'ful attend 7 e'rlurk t.Mnl coming Uturgkal Ttiduum tor .I'rWeta. Archbiahvp Jo- slice ... c-.L W.,.,.
Cardinal Cradat Tb. ....... ,
of Bombay sky U.frllttr;
w hp had already returnedto to the cause of Christ an d of souls In this ImporArrhhUhop nw..leg Yr1MyteniL ()I1.. ...,Ja t*. Hurley will preside at the eonferrncee to take Krrt. t..4t.ft aeffc.>M e,init oo

India' to make preparations tant period of tnnalUoD.u" Ire H .t the Uaruma lieu place for iVieets, October 2630, In 01 Augustine will ttft1iirf with Hen Sims| iwrUM. wMI a..* web.omei|

for th* Pope'a visit there. HaieL ltlltters reports h*.. At thla time of annual retreat r.lll.1tIh0. \ be used l ltn ............ lt aM W. IU.I by father John J 1"/.1'/ '

Cardinal Greet, saM Archbishop Murky prep sale! ., ,..urAt... the Maaa for the first time In this Iho roe, on at! three lUrramefitNew 111dM>> to,.ro. but ,....
Ernandee, approached "",,,,,\,,,,,,,,,,,,,,\un \\ u'UUUUI \"" cMMinab .
of the I'rksts'
mornings tttrrat They wtll also recite the --- -
Ctr<*+ VK**,. .."",1".
.... # w loo' f..M.. Me. Office In Kngliah.$ Lilly ,*A. raetc.l. t'.....r; Mass at glance
Jukatntllt Ml "*" *t *.<'4tie The ("Ann win nuke Ikelatwal )t....f'NJf P.I1kk rrat. tldsbn. a
Holy Name conventiongets to all. board iMmtori to ... a fT...'...... t1 akik A..".. ..... ''''''''J': Menelgnu.
I und.The. a4a durteg the a.M*>... III C. L. Lklatt.t.e& Inwbw.w Service of I the Offertory praer and
hoard ...., pr"..... the ......es **4 masiassi pen. tWet >*...,r. sM w. "(kite, fr.lre'!" Latin.
under today tW opsbg of the aenwlIbty tes" feem the p.ebhe. sw .... .4_ J.M. J. W.*.,. \\.... Word Wre4 erayeri 1 Latin.

way Neme ..... baie. ne _. t .., .... .awns. wed Cease Ie** ry. f t e f a e ai Latin- Tare

..... )'Nt.... ...... PWar. In... Nece., IM. red ....., serak.. i'Mese.: k)trail Kng dig nurn .t juetum eatMl 1
DAYTON'A ntACIIThll weekend, Daytona Plaza \.Ur. (',WWI4 put In fUme. eeeas.d wet ... .b.ip ., ...., .._ Yiater.. all .Rats. Paetlal, r".IiA" U'r..t.

Hotel will be headquarters for the national Holy Name "fmrn" the ..peag ......, |......... of (tewwl4 ..'h Tw,* I.** M who Mtn ertk' pass. ef M4 Ik. In..s.-$. c.lees. lra,ef. si. fl ft' aJtaf iIjiIKi people) "U"ly, hnJy 4
oft 1'rVfcfr eve.u.f at I..,. Hat> ,.'*. .... """. ,. d ,.... .. Die a.Pia dWUoC A. ... .. p.. .-.. Intrv4b adaM -
.
cepa1 h. .
Fodety's eastern regional convention and the 36th *
annual lawn He Ht |. the ...I .,.,.. T.....' I' r- rn11M. the 1.1'.1 TrW, r..n ,.. .r. tM .* y
grt ... .. .. ... '
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convention of the SL Augustine Diocesan Uaioa of tinting wMk MSM M t*>. Mir .tft I'.," .. .n..t.. J Siva ..-.... II e.s .. ILN ,."..., istgNah:" fe

Holy Name Societies.Arthbiahnp Mss pleader. f. ,s.. M .Nt.A.m.e kt*., .......... .,.,_ KrWi English: (Priest Utin.I '
$... tisss w10 be an Iw ... ..... ..,. rrayert KnfllahI'rWat
Joseph T, HurWy ie achMuW to address I .-| acj4. alternatlfi() "
weekesnf weal ( and ) 'Ourfalher
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the eotiventka' on Saturday Bight at the award banquet ....... M1.t ,.. ta.MMw .. ... alltbektn.I4 "1llrtl t..,. m.rryUf ,- "

On Sunday morning, after a breakfast and lAataSationf papaw eMeet.le.a..l win I. s a.. .. .... Myh 1I;..ebl& rnghh. err"- Ag.I... Bell EagllskIYi .

offkem for th. Dtoreeajn Union, the men and their I.....b..d Nat .....- t .., ........ bssl p tat e4I sort ,..,.,.. *ther) ( .al ant ) ..
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'1 2 The Florida Catholic, Friday Oct. U. 1961


Catkoltc FlnH Ja RcoortJs .v Arlington parish observes

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St. Petersburg Beach Orlando! DeLandSt. j. VVrr 10th jubilee this weekend

st. John St Charles Peter '.*'.

Following I-I the schedule James Russ; county solicitor St. Peter parl h'. fall fes- jACKSONVILLE 10th anniversary of the foundIng .

of the Forty Hours Devotion of Orange County, greatly tival ban been postponed until of Christ the King parish Arlington will be observedon

which will begin on November Impressed the women of Bt. November 13 and II. The Saturday and Sunday October 24th and 25th in con.

1 at St. John parish: Charles Parish Council by his clam chowder dinner will be junction with the parish's annual bazaar and the patronal

Sunday opening after 11 :10Mau3 talk stressing the right, prlv- nerved on the November 11: r + 1. feast of Christ the King. This announcement is made by
procession, Benediction ilege and duty to vote. Mr. and a roast beef dinner Mill R ylYI
of the Most Blessed Sacra Russ was guest speaker at a be nerved on November 1 t. Father W. Thomas Larkin, congregation, occupied I the

menu; Sunday evening, sol recent meeting of the Parish The St. Monica Circle has I pastor.It bleachers
emfc holy hour, sermon and Council.Mr. cancelled their dance sched- was on September 23rd. After sufficient funds were
Benediction of the Most Russ said: "The whole tiled for October 21. !F 19H that he was assigned to pledged, construction began

Blessed Sacrament, 7:30: p.m. structure of our democracy U Father John F. Well t>tSt found a new parish In the on property made available
Monday, Masses! 610: and dependent( on the citizen's Margaret Mary parish Arlington area of Jackson by the Diocese! and located at

815: : (High Mass); Monday Vote. As Catholic women and Winter Park, was guest speak. ville. Some 125 persons attended the corner of Arlington Road

evening, wlemn holy hour, American citizens we have er at a special parent night the first Mass offeredon and the Expressway

sermon and Benediction, 7:30: the moral responsibility to program held recently In the October 3, 1954 in a wooden Father Larkin offered the

pm. \ote. For every right there lea parish ha:. The program wan Plan bazaar in Jacksonville frame building on the cam. first Mass at Christmas, 1955,
Tuesday Masses at 6:10 and correlative duty. If you in conjunction with St. Peter pus of Jacksonville University. In the newly built first per

8.U The 8:15 Mass, will be a have the right to vote under School of religion.An Committee! workers are busy makIng LarkIn, pastor; and standing, from the Growth In attendance manent building a two-story

Solemn High Mass followed the federal and state constitutions adult inquiry clans has plans for the annual bazaar which left, are Mrs. Hollice Crisp: Mrs. made! It necessary to transferSunday structure, the first floor of

by litanies procession of the you have the duty. begun on Tuesday evenings/ will be held October 24.25 at Christ the Frank Redmond; Mrs. James Middle- Mass to Swisher Gymnasium which served as a church,

lllessod Sacrament and cloning "In summation: !)Your vote from 8 to 9 p.m, In the parish King pariah in Jacksonville. Seated ton; Al Martin; Mrs. Frank Broome; In March 1955, wherea and the second floor used for
of the Forty hours it most Important; 2)) It Is a classrooms.! In September,
hall with Father John J, temporary altar was erectedon
from the left are Mrs Daniel Japour Mrs. Neil Porter; Mrs. Robert McGill;
The members of the Indies' matter of legal right that you Itodgers giving the Instruc the gym (floor while the 1937 the present provisional
Auxiliary of St. John parish cast your vote; 3)) This should lions general chairman; Father W, Thomas and Mrs. Rose D. Miller. church was ready.

will conduct a continuous t b. a matter of conscience to ------ The following year saw the

Rosary on Saturday, October participate In politics, exercising building of a convent for the
21, United Nations Day. The your judgment on an West Coast HN elects Calendar of coming eveCard nts Sisters and a new wing for
Rosary will be recited in the analysis of the qualificationsof the school

(church beginning after the the candidates and the party, October 23 8 Society members' pilgrimage Forty Hours Devotion, November The rectory, now in Its

81: } Mat and concluding at I*'ue.." Gregory Gracy of Dunedin pm. social hall of Blessed from convention In Daytona 1, 11:30: ..m. to November final stages of completion,
8::3fTp m. All are urged to par. Mr nUll was Introduced by Trinity parish St. Petersburg, Beach. 3. 815 ..m., St. John faces Arlington Road.

tlclpJtt In" this devotion for Mrs. Chester V. Polk, civic Women's Club, sponsor. Day of recollection sponsor pariah, St. Petersburg Beach. The parish now has s 21
ST. rKTKItSnUKa: : nt'AclI-Otfscera'were: electedIn
world peace. participation chairman, after Jubilee I 1 celebration October ed at All Soul Church Sanford Smorgasbord November 3, classroom school In which
I'ians are being completed the covered dish dinner at the West Coast Deanery of the Holy Name Society 23-23: St. Joseph parish. for youth; October 25, 5-7 p,m., Lake Wales Woman's 880 children are enrolled. On

for the annual spaghetti dinner the meeting when St. John Church here was the location for the fall Palm Bay beginning at 9 a.m.; Father Club ulldln,. the same property are located

.to be held In the auditorium rally. The men, at the rally's meeting October 18, electedas It'Klonsl eonveatieu! nation. Lawrence P. Everett C.sS.R. Southwest Coast Deaneryof the St. Mary's Home

on Thursday November Sanford president of the deanery Gregory Gracy, a member or al Holy >am. Hoclfljr, Day* will give conferences. DCCW rally November 4, for children and the MorningStar
19! ,:from 4 to 7 p.m. Mr. and All Souls Our Lady of Lourdes parish In Dunedin. He succeeds teas rinxa blotch, Daytona. Forty Hours devotion. October beginning at 9 a.m., St. Bernard School for the hand

)Ir.. Robert HOKCO will prepare The youth of central Florida John J. Savage who had been' deanery. president. two Beach, October tt-U. 23-27, Blessed Sacrament Church, Holmes Beach. capped. The parish school as
the meal, and Mn. Irene well the two latter Institutions
as
Is Invited to a day of recollection Church Seminole I Orlando Central II COW
Ca&ko! and Mrs. Walter Wilkinson that will be held. ( at years.Other changes. In the board each may give good exampleto Spaghetti dinner noon to (Largo). deanery meeting NovemberS art staffed by the Sisters
will staff Christmas others. Each should 6 November 13 Rt John of St Joseph
All Souls, Church In Sanford of officers of the deanery Include man p.m., Card party, Longboat Key Cherry I'laxa bole I, ()r"" I,).
bwrtns. The theme of the din. on October 29. polish his own soul so thatIt Vlannty social hall Orlando. An anniversary brochure
the election of James Fire Hall. October 28; St. Bernard
tier 'is I 'Holiday In ]Home.* shines, as a valuable atone School Fall festival November 13- depleting the pictorial history
Father Lawrence P, Everett: Urown to fill the position formerly ) carnival, October 24, Guild, Anna Marla Island ,
No reservations are necessary! CSSR. of Sacred Heart par. held<
Sh Petersburg Inh in New Smyrna Bench the election of Harold Davis He delved Into the history Hot k ledge. DeLand, clam chowder dinner distribution during the annlemry -

Holy Family will be the retreat master Fa. of Tampa to fill the position of the Society which successfully Halloween dance, October IlalloMrrn carnival, October November 13, 12 noon. %' celebration.

The Wom n'. Guild of Holy of secretary vacated by Mr rombatted 1 heresy and 21., 0 pm. to 1 am., :Maximo 20, S to U t p.m., Our lady of Card party, Transfigurationsocial
Family pariah will sponsor a Brown preserved' reverence for the Moorings Anchorage Club, St, Perpetual I Help parish hall. St. Petersburg November Sails to diocese

Halloween dance on October The nun returned to office Name of God end the great Petersburg, ground., Tampa. 14,1 p.m.
Father belief card October" Forty Hours, November 15- 1UKI.V.A: ftpainO( -
In the teachings of the Dessert party,
Frank Perez of the
21 the Maximo Tampa,
at Mooring .
J Halloween card October
i. Lswrenrt P. deanery treasurer and Joseph Church I ft said that Christ 24, 1 to 4 p.m., CDA Hall, 26.1flttM".nu. party, 17, Our Lady of Perpetual Escorted by fishing boats,
Club from 9
Anchorage p.m. 31, 1:30: to 5: p,m., K of C Help Church, Tampa. the new Bishop of Huelvs,
loves all men who seek JIIMwa'lI South, fit Petersburg
a ORourks of fit.
Donations COper Petersburg
to 1 am. are $1 Kttreltther hall, St. Petersburg.
marshal, urging the men to earn Court Sancta Marla 052; Annual bazaar Ascension Monsignor Jose Maria Garcia
person or $3 per couple, Halloween dance, orchestra Eau Callle Lahlguers, reached his dress Is For tickets M.n. the love of Christ by a pledgeof sponsor, parish November
optional
call Dlckhous at iMslngst Mss was r.l* themselves to>> carry out Halloween carnival, October October 31, 0:::TO p.m., I.B K.W. 21. In a yacht. At the main
Phyllis
wwmi.CIA bral-d br Monsignor Patrick the work of the Holy Name 21, 3 to 9 p.m., Blessed Trinity Building Dayt fia Beach; costume dork Mayor Manuel Lopes
Tralnor at HJOa:: ,ra.. preceded Society school grounds, Ocala. option' ); St. Paul Home welcomed the prelate and presented .
Everett was a professorof and School Association benefit. Mass to him with the to
keys
bf the prortimlnsi to the Robert Rldenour president Barbeque. October 24, 3:30: open
Court St Ann ICO the
theology at Kedemptor the city.
rfatrrh. to 9 Bt Richard Council
p.m.,
and members of St. John'sparish
Catholto Daughters of Amtr- lit Seminary In New York lit Hall 2504 Oak Avenue San* fall meetingfor On the preceding evening,
lea will sponsor the 11th an.. has been very interested In Principal speaker' at the HN3 expressed ".t- Bishop Cards Lahlguera celebrated .
adversary breakfast at the youth and has conducted rally rather John J. )fc- corns to the 200 rally visitorsIn ford.Anniversary breakfast Out. Father Spellmanto Mass In the chapel

Outrigger Inn MOO 34th many high school retreats In Oowan 0.-1.1.. told the men their parish. rigger Inn. MOO 34th Street women where Christopher Columbusand

Street South on October 23 at and around New York City they were the salt of the )loB.l( or Trainee t o n* South BU Petersburg October give; addressOKU4.MM1 his companions prayed in
10.30 a m. Donation will be 12. During his year as a Priest earth, Father McCowin U a eluded the rally U the .rti.*.. r5T 0':*' sin, Court St. Ann ANNA )ARIA ItLAxn-! 1403 before setting out on
Father James F. Glotkltr Father Kverttt has taught chaplain at the Veterans' hospital aeon with nHdlcll0m tf the J6I3, CDA, sponsor.Bazaar. Members" ef Southwest Coast Catholic their voyage of discovery to l'
will be the guest tpeaktr. courses in courtship and. mar !, Hay lines. )Ioel KI.M.4 IterraHtU la the Orlando Central Deanery women will gather here for America.
rlagt ta student nurses. Holy Name men ht said, the rkarrk.Registration. Christ' the King par. Council of Catholic Women the fall meeting of their Dean
Korean retreats The charge per student will art the men who were sittingon !1h Jacksonville October 2423 will hear an address by Father try Council on November 4.

l I. 23 cents. will be the hillside when the sermon business session ; ham or spaghetti dinner. Charles November St. PetersburgEdouard
MtnVI: Nl'-Two) American t Sponsors Spellman on Father Francis F. WrUmlUIrr
the Mount and the dinner took Mass at Oldest Mission, SU
on was given.
St Andrew and Bt the Plan
pariah
Passlonlst Fathers have I at Cherry .
will the meeting as
It* emphasized the need of place; In parish school cafeteria Augustine, October 25, plan .pt'
arrived here with plans to John Vlanney parish in Or Hotel in downtown Orlando.A rtlrbrant .. s t .'clock Masa
tnUblUh a lay retreat house Undo and All Souls pnrlsh In personal sanctification so that and auditorium ned for national Holy Name I o'clock Mass at St I.! ft. Bernard Cksrch. 8...

near the city of Kwang Ju. SanfonUKotO --- -- James Church, celebrated by edlrtlosi of the Most Blrw.4 C. Craig'

They art lather Raymond father Terence J. Family larrsmmt will follow Ctafrscttr wd DUrfarlorfor \
McDonough from Los Angeles pastor, will begin the days
and lather 1'atrkk The fit. Richard Council program. Benediction of the Breakfast and luncheon will

O'lall.yl"n\ .. B357: of the Knights of Columbus Most Blessed Sacrament will be taken at Pett Reynards flees Msttl Ctrsmfait1 "
will serve an old fash follow led Mass Yacht Club in Holmes Beach .. Mosaic T3o

toned barbecue on Saturday After a light breakfast the where the deanery business 917-UrhSt.S*. 3474101
St. Petersburg October 24. The roast will bt meeting will begin at 1039am. ::: session U scheduled. Mrs An

held at the St Richard Council gab Mlntchello, Box: 1KM,

hall at 2V)4 Oak Avenue, The annual 1 scrapbook Holmes Beach asks reservations

Holy Name Church ftanfurd. Serving will start at award will be presented during by Friday October 30. WE FIX. .
330: and 'Ontlnu.lntll Mrs., John Ladd. president
; pm. ( the morning sewk m. All Cars
JACKSON'SSHOES 9 In the tvtnln,. Price .USI53 affiliation representatives art and members of St Bernard's

for adults and 73 rents to bring scrapbooks to be entered Guild here will be In charge Trucks
fur children under 12. A fimlly In the contest U hospitality.

ticket may be purchasedfor Members of the St. Eliza Boats

DON BARDELLA IX brth's Guild) of St. James
par DANIEL T. WINTER i CO. Mowers
I.I.Mg1rNl Holy Namo officers IIIb will be the hostesses for .
H.. !tl School lends Call RED'SPortable

Ctnlrsl. Av., I4MJKEnjoy ALPINE Members of the Holy Name Societyof O,M.I. and Bob Rldenour, president of the meeting, 401 RorUt 1\tttr.lUt. :

The .1 sew NuTiiftfl ....1IIe St. John parish of St. Petersburg the parish Society, met with new dean. Daytona Beach St. P.4.avbdrqphone Rtptir, Service

for the (nest 'InHtmt Nsnl.q Reach<< welcomed] Holy Name men from fry officers Gregory Gracy, president: Our lady of Lourdes 12-0)11 347-4734

c.,.. of the James Brown vice-president Harold
AUTOMATIC the entire West Coast Deanery : The Horn and School .

I47-4S7J Wocnutn Union to the fall rally From Davis& secretary; and Frank Perez, elation of Our Lady of .
"K..p-fitI.cI" 1454 21 it A... StwtK '....un. vac emee es uvavees
the left Father John J. McGowanJaclionvilU treasurer Lourdes School has announce "'&...' r.r wa.t r ..
i DELIVERY! a ru --. w ww '- s. ....
o- that the annual autumn wore r..r evep .. .... .
,
an away
.......... '- aww h
fWssjsc ball will bo held on November _
I
)Mtlbourn a float .s..w e. arvrC
3..p* $n.lllllC 14 al the I.DEWHall. areau' toes,. eve s a..w ,
-
LourJe Lay retreatsto
of
wwsiw44N114OLDEST. Christ the King Our tidy Dirk lpnW: furnish MM. M I.p.e a..b118.a. !lase
The annual Ussaar Christ At a recent' meeting of the the imMlr. Ute Ucktts art $1.>> fah Lw. led ,,. P..r... a.., .= J
Jacksonville.' Women's Club o( Our Lady be planned
the King' : parish per person. AU srt Invited to
F"lJoa. ill 1.* an went of Saturday, of HtnVfl parish Mrs. Scott attend for a ripest of lau

tXlober 21, from 4 ta I p.... 0. Repp* president of the TIMri-Members of the years Kugt sure***. ROIINSON INSURANCE AGENCY
and URGE3T and Sunday October J*. from South ilrtvara league of Nest Florida Laywwnen'a He- Mrs. lark Sherwood spoke

IN NatM 1 la f p-m. blasts or spaghetti Women Voter, gar an a* treat Association will elect of. t>>> th* AssorUtion recently on JOHN H. RAFFTERY
dinners ,.ttl I. served In the dress on tht amendments on bt hell "' Z '
YMU
meting and
ftrtrs at a wythofccy sptJtwto Illl CtMfr: A... TtUpo' '=
cluhhouoa Omwtohws and lie November 3 UH(. ttpMnlng NI Sunday, Navemtor i. at testing. M'
4dq.n.Mwlw. i tMHh will be on the srfanlgrounds. each ont and urftog led Ftoridan Motet! US Flor.Ms St. PttonW I4MI4S
the women of the e4ub to per Thltvlfls
Cameo Room Avenue, Tampa,
Dining Fatted will I. genent t and Itrlpttt In the vottac. A covtr SU Teresa
.......... ride. for tht ,........ A IUt- U ofeh "Hwr WM t4*> a !j Mriwon st Iti pat will Ttit ratlwofc Wontea-s D .b J. Ut Ia.rJ I
.e.e..4.EDWARD pr.deeta
"we",n parade MI S4 rMy at part of tfct sarKlsnt prrrtilt' the mM .Ag sche4- of tit TSTTM pariah held a
O JAMES HOTEL 4 pm. Mill take Hr with whet fur 1.30: p.nv RtMTTatioasHewU mvotkMi for oU and ntwsnrntwrs

.e.t... ........ ......... r.... ... |*tat for the out4aMMng T.mp.Iua'' Help h* iMttt though lies rtre UIn the for
C...... fl_ HaroU J. Matty, IB CWh snrr dMvetM Apreoataaat.ty
........ f....... ... ...... ._... cveturant Our Lady et lYrr4i ...... > ItottWtanl St. rttersowe. > a
> > a gurU MUCkiM.Mrs. .
ISB tixAM, rM ANNN.NNNN.N.NNeNSubscribo .. fttrt S) WW betel ItS aMSMMllUUoir >. e.>
IITM Celt Mt..Trt.- rt I.U.4 smiasst4Vi ***! .o.. rt*.l on Ole JjotrstTtrs.. pses4 I M 11 avoonI
dent of Ut (..\ IntroikartiratiMC
rhuoi "''*" IHk Avenue Father IatKwac. I:. Hi<- ?. e'et.N.cae seats
nowAN.NN.NN.sNNN..e. and 'IMh' lrr*<, OrMwrfrx Jill aln.t sfOtllsnl. streets* of theeasa..nred. Detsantk Ugh 7 of UKsrtsK .- v.s a.. eve .. .. vncrr
Mrs. rwotn. Pack ...... .. .. .
1; 1. a. as..M N tale. t.eeie..GJi.r1 .
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of CV-rsnoot was rae-4 spetkef
.In eo/taettiaal/ wtlhtM (1554 .ion Star tua55. 5459,1
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Nat trusts a M 1 po.. -....... wed b feroust.4.
nm nm fIII) nil) watt arslt ga.ese ., ..htra Academy of Beauty Culture
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CAR LOANS TERMITES eat 'vassal at wsj*! to M
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S The Florida Catholic Friday Oct. 23, 196-1
Name will ..
men attend ,;\:;-.W..a.1:

:" : Auxiliary Bishop namedto

Mass at Oldest Mission in U.S. ..

serve New York diocese

lt..IU... ,... .... n
Spanish title Meaalag 'God'sNaae
Daniel A. N ughton of Jackomille a ," WASHINGTON (NC)-Pop Paul VIhaa named Monsignor .

will present Xtonsi- George H Guilfoyl the titular Bishop of Marazana .
gnor Jordan who will, When Archbishop Hurley
give
and auxiliary to Francis Cardinal Spellman of New
the welcoming addrea consented to act as host to

9.30:: am.-Panel dL>cue visiting Holy Name men from York.The
alora. surrounding dioceses, plans appointment was announced here by Archbishop

120 noon-Luncheon100pm. ) were drawn up at the national Kjcidio Vagnoui, apostolic delegate- In the United States.HUhopelect .

: .-Panel discus office to make this First Gullfovle. ex
lions. Eastern Regional Conference ecul\e director of charities of at St. Joseph's Seminary> Dunw .

400; pm. St. Ai4fu: _"'ne one that would set a high the on'hillnce,.e of New York .MMlle, Yonkers, >ew 'York
Diocesan Union meeting to standard of achievement and ,.,"o CVM, wa horn In New, and w.. ordAin to the

elect officers. blare the way for other regl V. > k t.' ty. No\emhi IT: 111:i, l'rlr.lhix>il' by Cardinal 1 Spi-ll>

7:JO: pm.-Award banquet. onal conventions to follow i1 M.it of James J and Joh rvMi mn In 1>1". rwlrlik's cathedral

(Marine Room); the toastmaa Chairmen of committees for Committee for conventionFather .1> <;Mth> Gullfnyle He at. .\.., tuck, on March ::\ niL
the convention In ti-ihleil St. Nicholas' of Tolen
Daytona
ter, Leo T. Bowles of JM'k.onMHe Biaoop-t'le Guilfo\le was
will present F. '"er! r Beach Include Irvin Nuj nt, left Is the Father Nugent are, from left seated. tine elementary' srhwul In the an assistant at St. Patrick's
William Mitchell, chairman llronx He tj. 111gh[ ;Srhtn l In
Every, Dominican prior prMnclat > 0 ; host pastor in Daytona Beach for the Bernie Huntcnbrrx. Bill Mitchell and New York cathedral from I'M to IMS:; at8t.
Albert Farley, assistant chair.man City GeorgetownL'nlieilM
of St. Joseph Pruv ; George Donncllan registrations. first Eastern Regional Holy Name So. Father Daniel Sloan I.C, assistant to ", here where he re* Kllaalwth church. New

Ince.The .. ciety convention, which, begins this evening Father Nugent at Our Lady of Lourdes reUed the b <'heliir cf arts degree York from 191tto lOort.. lie
principal sddre
;; Mill\ assistant chancellor of
be made by Archbishop Joseph Also, Mr Mitchell tkkeU; at the Daytona Plan Hotel ThDiocesan pariah in Daytona Beach; standing Al In 1t1nl Fontham the v\ii(\'Ihdll't'lt:! of New York

P. Hurley. ProvincialFather Michael Re.tU<'cla. tip te> Union HNS convention isbeing Farley, George Donnellan Floyd Tred liiUei! ,itv. Nework, whenhe t"n>, 1HIto! I0ir! ;. when he

Bind- October Si cording; Floyd Tredway, publicity held in conjunction with the regional way and Cosmo Dadabo. took the bachelor of laws ;J'?i ('.1 the staff of Catholic

800 am.Breakfast meet. Robert L. Every ; Ronday Bennett trans one. On the I local committee with degree in V' ::\ n;.,: .('les t In the archdtuce
0.P., prior provincial of the portatlon; Mr. Farley and Mr.
Ing-ocean room; Installation The Itl.hop.le.itnat." l | l mail He hat been an archdiocesan
Dominican province of St. Bennett seating and Bernard ---
cf officers; awarding of ; .. since 1WO.
hl iM plaques.' Joseph, will be a guest at Huntenberg, welcome com .
the Holy Name convention mittee. Vatican has
1000 paper
: am.-Departure fur New films
Et. Augustine. in Daytona Beach this

1130: a jn.Solemn;: Pontifical weekend. comments on fall a..I...04 _.'W ... .,...1"04
Mass at Mission of Nom. WCCWjeoc/ bII.. !...>.. .c I__,.
rite of celebration of the
bre De a
Dios. St. Augustine
; of Khrushchev
Monsignor William Mullally Italy' Name's 40i>th annher lordly vbjertloiuliU for 1 tt

P.A. V.F., celebrant) ; sermon Nry was being sought, the is auditorfor general l pstruMg .I1
Diocese! of St. Augustine was \ .\TICltlTV C c-
Father Michael V. Gannun Ml'It I)Kit: .'"fIUH; n)
Ph.D. the first to be considered. council The Vatican City, daily new .
KtKTIt DIM: hlKKMTHK :
It was an Interesting sidelight P4per comaieoUng on the
The national director Father on these two historical fall of soviet premier NI U.I I\C.. .Fuss'

MtCarthj, .r.treiue the events that in both case VATICAN nT'C Nt) Khruahchev. tlatmed that un )I"rallr ..Clh".Uon.hI.. > fur
Mrs. Catharine McCarthy. CO; "
rraAont why the cvaventioawill Spanish Priests were In. ler .his reitMne fses.kr vicvnNclenre ( adults" and adole.ceal1IUMMI .
president of the Nttttonat
be climaxed with the volved. The Priests who "waa rtptte 0> Tilt: .\It HOW
Council of Catholic Womt'n.has
M.M It the Oldest )11..14.1.. l were most responsible for more harshly than In the (A. \ t
been named America'ssecond
la fct. Amiu.tine. He Mid: having the Holy Name Society woman auditor at the past." M faIT U.HKll. Tin:

raised to the dignity of a LtKnervator Ro", ... said| (V..lv..lnl'' )
On AprU 13. 1964 the Holy ecumenical council Her appointment

tame as a Confraternity of Church Dominicans.Confraternity were was made public Khm..brbef tried I. win .nr Morally aa..h>. ..."..bl*
the Church was 400 years old. Spanish here on October 14. all the peoples of IU....U "by for ad nil..

This long record matching The Spnl%h dioc.s aPrln' A resident of H** )'n.ri.ro .. we.n. ." rerniaUlng rertslntuUrl AfK: \VOVU>, Till: lt.it I .' ,

almost perfectly the age of ar* historically a.w. 31rsMNartby bu her.prrsid..t rlthls but nut that ol HUM < IIH>HI iHnt' ,

the historic Mission of Norn filled with the oldest Cat hoik) vf the II ..IUI".. freedoM of roII"'I- 11111(1IHoy," fl', ,'';
bra De Dies In St Augustine, MlMloa !. the railed ftlate,
member Momea's orfaalMlloB The edltorU! by the assistant
made it natural that when and the salnloa bears the
.!tar. 1962.Pretiouely. editor, redertro .A1..n- Firomon domonstrato I

". w \ ., wy drlnl. Mid! Khruehchev fall TV meeting
Jj.; named .. a may have teen due to his tar: Member of the Paraaota Fee I)". vention Week, rartlclpant. from the

;.] EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS .r';'J Jv council auditor by Pope Paul flirt with the Chine Cuna.muMel ln'TI- (1.tIt1A11tt'-TIw: partment .presented a demonatntlon left Included Captain lUroM Stlnch*
VI was Sister Mary Luke, of
much eighth meeting *f the .tartr I
1 party 'nut so before students at St. Martha School comb and fireman Jim Black.
Nerinx.: Kentucky, superior" national CMhoHe asne4tln
: perhaps because he was In the
: Sarasota in connection with Fir PIT-
general of the Sisters of Loretlo ,
wrong about the fumtattten* for radio and t.1.e15onICADAI
e = ., and president ofh.. tale of the matter but because ( will he heM. h.r. -- --- --
::
', American I Conference of the difference had become frvm February. 1 to S. liwi.im :, Varioty in booksRu'brical

-. r Major Superiors of Women personalised." the proMem U t..l/l*.u.\.
s r' Mrs. McCarthy was torn In 'rt'WI'I' I
,;too -i Worcester Matsachusetts. hhruehc-hev had therefore
; become "an Impediment questonsnswered;
I ell" She attended Worcester sate .
..rve and rule
Teachers College Clark Unl any attempt prer Dancing
-
: \M.lI.l..t. taw nf soviet"
l. unity
\.nlt, In Worcester and IkM edited l It father Wcltwl. vshwlil not only to tile fl.,.
Int.rntlun.1"ut; A 1..nt1"t11 G.II.wtt. Irelead c %C) UTTollow the llubrka\ ,
ton College. tuI.lUlh& at
and senior high schnuls Mkd.Th J.r, "..hit" VlktYMt 1'I \,..... t.f Father Walter The tntulJ with the mays gy but to the Lilt,)'. I prasuni
Junior I I by .
I d (; *." AM urged the faithfultf (lit. tnlutnn, .. hot MMIh aeee <* at''..*.. lair thtw* In ih*
In Auburn and Whttlnsriii. alltt.rWlecttlatM hb dfct not to f mil J. achmilx 11.A., .*dJI*| by answers at In* wrms" paws are gas re.tly Inl...........
tl the tNl of Khrtuhrhev's
and was married to the late "l cause -
.
Father J. Weilwl In rsirhlna Ih* paste n.j
Joseph McCarthy 1933. fall mar hit. leers Osnclna on lUitmisy nlfhtt.He EUfrn Urn. Pew l'rt..t.III wee
th* crisis. of aotlrt agrlcut rtmlniled. Ms ntre*.- C.$.\'. The Catholic Unlver- them and fewer will lnd*. |i4iig tot s* m* of the hiahtytwhmral ,
After moving to Ban Fran
.
n rlsco. )(1'1. McCarthy became' lure, and It atcrHml thY ttoti that "there hs ).mtg tees ally of America !'teas. Ihrm. Ant yet nwiny .., Ih* pubis t>f Ih. 1 .>CIt
a nil In Uelaar which hat imw ifouitol 'IU..ik"ns Ire atwi *ewM ta me thecket
rrl president of the archdiocesancouncil crisis to attempts to imp.ethr.uy Waahlnftofl ,DC. HId
on facts. nutahly belied attendant- at pp. nut rmMllly avslUhl in tile J o...*mph..Iaes. Ih *
of Catholic women, hwuUy! MMM aced OMfun. It :,.). awl liturgical i* rutlr.l authority. 01 the an...r.. Nut

bee 1Noft. a ..'....I) dl.ertae Men can d> little whenthey hjr esrluttom is**"*. M ftritoftUy T>. ....'"? reed MttbPisMil ....fMIt.. .. all ran tie tai l vn the
.. MX.W .. I... I... ", p.t1Iftpuee'th to realty. It .la hi.trr .( tIe rtarlaat *..* .e IAN. h..h ..,.....1, .
..h. ... awardedthe Iwly dye.hi. FMIIIIIaaI 4 accent' "> :
February which tr.wle eaMHtsn4sme .. sasses are th* swislnctuea at ...... a ..1........ ,.,..._. ...
.
i Pr. I>-|I...U. et atlflrale r*.ulUua, .Ae Manop kpiai5s fug ar. II( ''i'
medal kj pope FseU If eonununiMn will near ....... '%** oats I loyally lw rehwl sjussxtuwer ash an t--a.II .!..... It Ir ..rdee4M k..1 Cwlp.4S11 n of ni"<*

admit U" and faithfully' otMrvMl .sqr ,......* the of th* rl peeal...ally. I.,........., seas. .n1M/ .......soy tie vMMl '" .

Mrs. McCarthy is the moth the _twon and. mtttuffft. ofpwMte bully r....,....... talwareMla .... .aepisq. 11111.1 Itlll. .lints** *r lntrpr jUsta >
.
er cf two daughters, Catharine dare. Asps .K.t Ml reTry 'n thw ft.h11., rnnse iVMHia.wh ..IU., ..../ aril t........ IItff' *f a.* s* many rurtriMa .

now )Mrs. Frank FtUref Priost indicates tent 796t. solar h.A.M P. 'e <> ftl" ....'. nv-MilMy 1st Th 1h.e.edh. .....,. M.* afl .f wheat always.

111 << San Fraaclsco and Wini .slamMed to.ee ahawea at95wdry A R%.v-4i, l.IV 'r.MsHsMl Mtw Too ...., ....... then agree. In UMa aria, h w ever,

fred a teacher In Ian Fran adgIta, ...1 itMisa.firm. end .U .*.. awU..4 Ih. Uwk .... .UnIn ..ie4 Fisher MeninlU etrlkrk t an
tWo public ICba.,... She Is a causos of youths'delinquency .. ........ aM a.. ..ct... rrtxn.neat*. Man*. Th Uwvwlrl -,k

seals member of the dUsens" adtt hale ttwse the Nine "utgnlf I nt.,0|, > TMl Iamb I* at1. Ur. A slew e4i I" these l.* ..{ .vslw u "ery
Congress
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The Life of Our LordRedeemer's God's world



meeting with Blessed are the poor in spiritIT


is hard to be need to meditate upon the
pretty poor

John the Baptist relatedWE !In spirit if you already are first beatitude.

The Holy Name SocietyTHIS poor In fact. It Is hard to be Xo doubt we feel that we

havt been detached from this world's do have poverty of spirit We
studying would be willing to five up

year we celebrate the 400th votion to America. They called our conception of Our goods If you have very little Father anything we posse If Inpowiesilon

Lord St Luke tells It and to begin with.Involuntary.
of the Holy Name So Oldest Mission at St. Augustine, "Nom. as 1 M Leo J. proved to be ahindrance
St. John tells It Before continuing be
poverty can to alvatlon If U
-
bre de Dies" (Name of God).
13 1564 Pope Plus narrative of Our .
the
On
April ,
ciety. Frank J. made meritorious, of course Tress came, In any way, between u*

IV gave formal approval to the Societyof The object) of the Society which Lord's life, let u" summarize i !if it Is borne with patienceand and Cod.

the Holy Name of God in Burgos, Didicus of Victoria established at Burgos far what about we have Him. learned thus Bheedour r with resignation to Cod's We are sincere in this con.

Spain. Didicus of Victoria a renowned was to secure proper honor for the will However there Is no essential viction. Yet, we also feel con.

first organizedthis sacred Name by suppressing profanity, In the womb of Mary of virtue In the state of poverty, so also there is no fident that actually we shall
Dominican preacher through the nine
Nazareth
perjury and blasphemy. Didicus himself penury itself. It certainly Is essential evil in the mere fact not have to give anything up.
months of gestation, was ono
Society in 1450. drew up the first rule and constitution who was wholly human, but God's plan that every person of possessions.One It Is easy to practice detach
and every family should possess this intellectual level
ment
on
The beginnings of the Holy Name of the Society. not solely human. The person minds by this decision of enough of the world's can be la quite comfortable as long as we know that our

Society, however, reach much farther Not only did Pope Pius IV give the growing towards birthas Our Lady to make the four- goods to live in the decency clitumitance and atlll high purpose is not likely to
human baby grows, journey into Ju. be la spirit. However,
every caravan
back in the Church'i history. In the Holy Name Society formal approvalin day which befits human dignity.It poor be challenged In practice.
was the second Person of the dea. One wonders first how our spirit of poverty doc not

13th century, the Albigensian heresy 158, he also endowed it with rich Blessed Trinity, God the Son. old she was. 1* quite obTloni that always keep pace with our A much more realistic measure

scourged Europe. It spawned exceedIngly indulgences. He directed all Church Mary was His molher.POIl..lnl We know that at a later when Jesus pronounced the economic betterment. of our spirit of poverty
will be found in the
gross forms of materialism. It officials to favor the Society and by period the normal age for betrothal liMIt of III right beatitude.. generosity
the divine lack of It) with whichwe
nature For example here is a man (or
denied personal responsibility for special letter personally commendedit was around 13 for "Blfntrd are the poor In spirit,
eternally, He received a of who when he was making five share our affluence with
for their I I. the kingdom
the bride and between eIght.
wrong doing and thereby encouragedall to the laity, Subsequent Popes added human nature of hen thin and twenty,four for the heaven. he wa aiming his thousand a year, gave ten Cod. No doubt we are reasonably

manner of sinful excesses. The their endorsements to his work. Few one divine Person now bad ten' per cent of his Income to Cod liberal in our contributions
but )nd. Whether' these were word at the hare, not at
atmosphere of the times in many societies have been nearly so well endowed two nature th j usual ages at the time of the bave-not.. and neighbor in one way or to our own parish, to

quarters became BO overwhelmedby with indulgences. In 1571 St. To his humanity she con the Annunciation, wo cannot another. Now if he is makingten diocesan collections and to

this heresy's errors that God's law Pius V committed the care of the Society tributed all that our mothers know with certainty. Our He was warning of the dan thousand a year and one our local community chest
ger to which the prosperous would expect that, out of his But have we really denied
victim Master General of the well have been
and His sacred name fell to to the contribute to ours. She w snot Lady may
person always is exposed: the additional five thousand, he ourselves anything Has It
widespread contempt.The Dominican fathers. simply the mother of Ills thirteen or fourteen: wo must
danger of making material could give more than ten per hurt at aUfCod'
human nature but of Himselfas not be surprised if among
In land Father Nerinckx should possessions an end in them. cent to feed the hungry, clothe
General Council of Lyons which our my mother is not the Mediterranean peoples girls Interest are ranch

met to encourage the return of the be remembered for his devotion to mother of my nature but of married younger than among selves. Covetousness seems like to the naked, aid the sick and wider, too, than In our own
be a weakness which a instruct the Ignorant But
Greeks to the Church also gave its Christ's Name in frontier Kentucky. ourselves Romeo's Juliet dormant virus Li Imbeddedin parish dloce or town.
no; he has elevated himselfto
attention to these troubles. After the However, Father Charles McKennti me.She was the mother of Cod was fourteen! for Yet it child would of u. all A bit of prosperity a higher standard of living All over the world we have

Council in I 1274 Pope Gregory X O.P. must be considered as the So the Son. That Is what wo seem that strange to make a so long a quickly activates the virus which eats up most of that brothers and sisters living in

ordered John of Vercelll the Muter ciety's first father in America. From learn from St. John; that In age seemingly on her and triggers the fever of ac additional five thousand dol. such poverty as our own

General of the Dominican Order, to the close of the Civil War until death more veiled language Is what Journey own decision. quisitiveness.The lars. He finds himself hard country has never known.

cause his Fathers to preach devotionto he gave fifty years to the Holy Name St Luke quotes Gabriel as This brings us to the other more we have the more pressed to surrender even ten Thousands die each day for

the Holy Name of Jesus. In this way apoatolate. All across America he telling her. question. Were her parents we want Our possessionsnever per cent of his additional In. lack of the simplest medicine-,

Pope Gregory determined to destroy erected new societies. At his urgent St John and St. Luke tell still alive? are able to keep up come. other thousands for lack c.f
the from two different with our desires. As income food. The to
story There are many persons appeals come us
lanlam. His Leo XIII showered the
Holiness
Alblgen Clearly Pope
request, points of view. One link between It seem almost certain that Increases we keep raising such as pensioners and un regularly-from misslonarle-i,

following the lead of St. Paul, pointedout Society with even more abundant them Is that both they were not. They are not our slghU: a better car, a skilled workers who are not welfare groups" and from

to John of Vercelll that the name favors. bring In John the Baptist St mentioned In the account of more modern home a bigger participating in today's economic dozens of other source

of Jesus is the only name under heaven John almost seems to Interrupt the Annunciation, or of the boat a finer TV set, a more upsurge. Most( of us, As we tuck a dollar In sn
1900 there thousands of
by which men can be saved. By were what ho Is telling us of visit to Kllcubrth.: or of Our expensive fur-and so on however, are enjoying a considerable envelope In answer to such

parish Holy Name organizations that the Word to say There wasa I.dy'* entry Into Joneph through the endless list of degree of affluenceas appeals and take delivery on

John of Vercelll issued directives blanketed the country. Hundreds of man sent from God whose hou... consumer goods. measured by Income in our new car can we" say in

required by the Pope. With dedicated thousands of men made up their rolls. name was John he was not Parents, especially: fathers, Just as there is no essential times past, Because of that at. all honesty that we have poverty

industry the members of his Order Naturally enough, In 1DOO, Father McKenna the light but was to give testimony were far too Important among virtue in the mere fact of fuence we have a critical of spirit

responded to the Holy Father' wishes became the Society's first na- of the light. And the Jews to t>o simply Ignored

In short order, the devotion to the tonal director His teal never slack when the verses which form like this. One reel that they
the Prologue of the Gospel
name of God and of Jesus Christ ened. In 1007 he founded the Holy must have died before the Sacred Scripture
are ended, St John turns Immediately
spread throughout Europe. Name Journal lie rejoiced to call the to the preaching of mighty thing that was to happen .

first national convention in 1911 under John the I1aptl.LSImilarly to their daughter
Subsequent centuries saw continued We tend to think of the
the patronage of Cardinal Gibbons. Worship offered with joyful
campaigns to teach the honor due to Gabriel having Visitation as the meeting of song

the Holy Name. In connection with this The accomplishments of the Holy delivered the supreme measage the two mothers. But far more
says to Our Lady; "Thy
apoitolate one thinks of Blessed Henry Name Society In our country are man cousin Elizabeth also has conceived Important was the meeting of and more It Is be ply cannot understand them

Buso, of St. Catherine of Siena of St. ifold. The high standards of Christian a son in her old age the two sons!-U was for this, MORE the custom in and are at a loss as to how
that Our had
Lady
surely
Iternardlne, of St. John Caplstran and conduct of CathoUc men of our day is to prove that nothingcan in, such hade. our churches to sing an entrance to deal with them.

St. Vincent Ferrer. Obviously' these compelling evidence of the contribution: be impossible with God. gone When Elisabeth heard her hymn as the Priest approaches Father-; But no one of us Is a mystery .

treat saints were not alone. The faithful of the Holy Name Society Gabriel, says nothing U Inv' coutln'a ..Un.. "the infant the altar for Mass. .Jobs J. to God. He knows each 1l.
of us better than we can ere
oslble God comment'upon .
caught the lIre they enkindled. The I to as a leaped !In her womb. What The purpose ef thU hymn .
Cnt.lot know ourselves. Ho understands .
As Holy Church girds itself anew a woman past childbearing .
devotion to the Holy Name became a this first meeting of the Redeemer I* to detach u* from the'preuing and
downs
to do battle against today's paganism bearing a child. Our err our ups
and Ills forerunner, rare of the worldIn
major devotion In the Church.In our Joys and sorrows, our
the Holy Name Society displays rich Lord was to say the same each In the womb of his which we live and to din- and fears
secret hopes our
1545: the Spanish brought the de promise of further victories for God. thing thirty years later with mother meant to either of pone u. for the celebration ef temptations, our struggles to
reference to the rich entering
them we have no earthly the great liturgical act which
stay close to Him.
heaven!
means of knowing. But thereIs I le about to take place, that act our Father's bonnet we Ire

Clearly John the DaplNthad a kind of excitement In It which, more than any ether really borne, sad we can relax VTe are "hi people, the

Father Michael V. Cannon an e..*nlUI part to play.since for us_which ls not diminished on earth honor our heavenly In the warmth of HI love flock be tend* He baa called

neither Gahrltl nor when we learn that the Father. u* to bo member of His
Million of Nombro Do DIM! and of Ills tender concern for
Greek verb for John's "leap- Church the sheep of His
John tells n( the coming Hedeemer -
would be difficult .
It to finda .
u
David's
without MentioningIh InsIs the same as for flock.

Forerunner when ho danced before the more fitting song for this It Is a foretaste of that utterly sacred books which
than psalm 00. In It In the
ql eat chapterzs in Ark of the Lord ((2 Kings<< purpose
carefree blissful existence

On. cannot help feeling that vL 1410)). the psalmist calk upon all Ho inspired He presents Himself
which will be when
Gabriel must have conveyed far men, but especially God's ours to us over and over againas
Our Lady WM more
c1.0i21 a CAtllOllC 111StORY this to Our Lady. For as the truly the Ark of the Lord chosen flock to worship Him wo have finally made our wayto the Good Shepherd, the
the Jerusalem.
1 Angel departed, Mary "went than the ono mule by Meets with joy and gladness heavenly Shepherd who knows His
Tho psalmist suggests this In sheep the Shepherd who
Into the hilt with
country ever was though it too had
-
"Ski Joyfully to the Lord,
"Know
Chapter MST day Mans, keeping In use the attacked themselves, by a combined haste to visit Elisabeth." been overshadowed by thepow.r the next verse: that drops everything<< to go in anxious .
all you lands; servo the Lord the Lord Is God he mad.
ua;
search lamb
AUQUST1NK was with. hospital l wards, which remained English-Indian force Two questions are raised In of the MOlt High with gtedneso. ; come before his his the of one stray ,
wo are; people,
John the Shepherd who would
either In the same under Colonel' Palmer a
a parUh church for _. Him with Joyful song,* flock ho tends."
building or In an adjacent member of the Commons gladly, and actually did lay
the first time In Its history. Notice the Insistence
on Joy
*. Houte, of Assembly in South Question boxMilan down Ills life for His sheep
The crude wooden Itk'tur.burn..t on and gladness and song. Our Tbe Lord we verve I* truly
When the Council of the Carolina. Palmer attacked the With a truly Joyful spontaneity
.. .
by Moore's wen wa service of the Lard Is not God th God who made u* .
Indies learned! that the parish Yamae. .. head N.t theirMrongMt then wo can respond to
no great artistic or economic meont to be a gloomy affair.
church had been dentroyed. | >Jnt. which .ws retains And having made us, Ho the final call of the psalmist
left the 1500 Catholics ceremony
but It
loss, There aro more Dun enough .
It recommended to the king Nombro de Dlo II. killed knows us even more Intimately singing "Enter his gates with
\ of the city no place In teuton and trouble In our
that 30,0(10( pesos be approprl thirty wounded and captured than a father knows thanksgiving his courts with

which to worshipFather ateil to build a new ot\.. many more. linked to St. AmbroseQ. ordinary workaday lire the children whom ho hasbrought praise; Give thanks to him

Marl. In ..e1'"'...., Nothing ever fame of this When tho survives retiredto Here In church we are In Into the world. In MOM 'M* name, for ho Is good;

from the nearby ..I.| .|... ef propiMtl however, and the the .....Uao. Palmer burned lleceully, while .. n but permits the two of only fart many children" mysteries the LORD whose kindnessem4ssres

>....hre d. !..... rerwded to their fathers. Try forever, and his faith-
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The Florid Catholic, Friday, Oct 23, 196-

'r Oppression of Church continued by


Holy Name Society holds I lu4 ller ktaIl atheistic regime in Czechoslovakia



Southwest Coast rally nv Father Plackl Jordan O\.n. open In Prague to convey the

NCWC News Service lmpre
S.\R.\SOT.-\-Membtrs of the Southwest Coast Deanery VIKNNA, Au,lrU-A Catholic buslncsaman just returned there I U freedom if. worship,
of the Holy Name Society held the fall rally last Sun
from an extended visit to Czcchoalovakia contra. while In reality everything

day. Mass was offered at St. Martha Church at 9 un dicta reports of other travelers' Impressions on recent I U done by the government to

the The rally rally breakfast drew 100 which men to we are men we should act tro trips. there and Insists that the persecution of the Churchin svpitrens It. AlheM propngan*
was
d4 I. actively promoted every
served In the Knights of Columbus like Catholic men. full of that communist-ruled country Is as severe as ever. w II"..

Hall at the Imitation Faith sensible of our spiritual The traveler whose reliability can be vouched for

of the Grand Knight of Council health and aiming chiefly at visited. not only the Czechoslovak capital of Prague, but The ultimate aim of the

No. 3358 Sarasota Some the glory of Cod aim districts In the north communist rulers Is said tot

of the men's wives were at We might better honor God Bishop free to perform hh
breakfast. by thanking Him for the opportunity At southwest coast rallyAt bordering on Poland. duties. Ommunist-appnlnted schematic national church

to enjoy small He had the opportunity of vicar capitulars run the dine dominated, completely' by the

Eight: St.parishes Raphael were EngleWood represented things as they come to us, a recent rally of the Southwest Tina Jack Ob<-rl HaroU J. Keller out. talking to Priests and Hell-. cool, and. they are under the communist reglr.e.
l ten of
glove everywhere. Many .r.r.hK't.nt supers communist
; Epiphany, Venice; In. than by obviously forced sac Coast Deanery of the DiCX't'UlUnion going president; Father Cornelius A. to In commbcsars to whom they Archbishop Josef Reran of
engage
any
carnation and St. Martha Sarasota rlflcen, reluctant and grudging these addressed James J, McAuliffe first Prague, who Is confined to
he said. But of Holy Name Societies men Dougherty; tort of conversation for f leer owe an aooountln of all Income
; Queen of Martyr, Whit- does enjoymentof the group assembled at Sara vice-president of the Diocesan Union; of communist reprisalNev." and expentllture, and the Ullage. of RadvanoV near
blessing not mean told visitor
Tabor recently a
.
field Estates; Holy Cross, Palmetto that we should actively seek Iota from left: William Kuhn new and Don Stanley, president of St. Mar erthele the Information obtained who censor their me IL that In his estimation there

and St.; St.Bernard.Joseph,Anna Bradenton Maria; them said Father Dougherty, president of the deanery; Jerry Col. tha Holy Name Society, Sarasota. was conclule.The The religion''' affair department remain barely eight million

Island. adding that we should be resigned -- bu.lnf'HIMn sH thatCtrcnoelovak In Prague bet represen faithful In the country. Cots

to the will of God. I rulers still con- lapses In every dowse who rtltkwM are somewhat betterIn
Don of
Stanley president Bradenton man succeeds alder the Catholic Church keep track of all Church acIIIttIes. Slovakia worst In Bohemia
the St. Martha Name Popotododicato
Holy Me urged the men to be
.
Sermon .
public enemy number one. are reported.I'Mtors anti Mor.vl.i.Csech .
Society welcomed the vlsl- com perfect !I. the Image of ctmnot determine .
even
tors.Deanery ('brhot within them by Ir)1., Sarasotan deanery head rebuilt abboy of Their method of *>|>|>re*> whWh Blur l.'yi they and Slovak. Catholicswant
their brethren abroad
president Harold to recognise the Christ that don stay have become wore want.

Keller called attention to the Is I. ethers Holy x.... me* subtle, he said, but are no leaesoctet. to know that they would prefer
of Christian Doctrine Montecassino Many Pri* t" have been
400th anniversary of the Holy above all should mirror God S.'R.'SOTA-Confrattmity now than they were visitors to com In group

Name and the forthcoming bark to other ano.l clearly, participation and lay retreats came up at last Sunday's when |r.rant"I" .f lh. rlf'f\1tot1 l government permit l such M a pldirtmage. This
for the South VATICAN flTV (>(') antI' are working M railroad i wnwM not only help Czech*
regional and diocesan convention. he Mid. rally at which new officers were elected: Church *.. slatted "J'Ip".t.(

Mr.[ Keller outgoing west Coast Holy Name deanery. rill"i Paul VI will go to the (tally U| )rare at<*. .brakemen, streetcar conductors kmka strengthen their

president of the Deanery, Monsignor George W. Cummings .. ,, () or truck driver' %NJ faith, but would also have an
pre- The new officers are William F. Kuhn St. Joseph par .lIt" ., of Monterasslno on coo
Priest dares rell low Instruction
It calmabd give
spiritual director of la that since effect the communist
tented Maltland'a James J. i tier 2< to Wdtrate the ,.> upon
Holy Name's Southwest dean ish. Bradenton president; Frank Gray and James Me. then a total rrf tSM l"rt"*.U to the )'GUn,. and l ruters who tend to mlnlmli

McAullffe.the :Diocesan first vicepresidentof Union of cry described a visit to Ireland Neil St. Raphael parish fnglt'wood.'it't'prt'liJent..; iMiilt abiiey>> allied church advance destroyedduring have been )alle<.l. Of thiw. parents ire 'H murgoi| from th Interest of Catholic

Name SocietiesNo and how the religious Jerry Collins, Queen of Martyrs parish, Whitficld Estates, the on surviving, .7 are Mill l lehlnsl| sealing<< their children ta reItffkfti ahrod' In the fate of the
Holy .
Rome In 1HI.IVpo
matter where we look fervor and life of the people secretary; John Oberle, St. Martha parish Sarasota l.ra and aenteitred to fared JS. c.Issue.*. The young<< Church behind the Iron Cur

w.e nee pursuit of power w or- there constantly Impressedhim treasurer; and Fred: Quatkemeyer St. Raphael parish Pant! will) also |>r*. S.bo.., generation, grow up In an atmoaphece tMln.

hip of wealth and Mtl faction by Its depth. He gave .. Englewood marshal. dates M. Itrnrillrt. founder l K( Must R.tI.i>>

of sensuality said )Mr. an example Limerick Ireland The called, elements of the Faith a* they (Ike abbey .".. .( *.r..lrr" camps in r.mof* peens of ,PIt,tan.

McAuliffe He said this indicated a place about the size of Sara. the members new president of the Societyto are to t* applied to current monA>'lUI.m, |talr..n ol K':.. the "'Mint,,.. Th traveler WM There I I. only fNt semlnaiv,

that civilization was sots which had six churchesIn the of the Con problems. sucgestetl that rope. .. J'"f. Pius Ml Had al- able to visit ewe of them In at Ut mtr"'*. It hat only Mituileflta.
support>>
standard It. He visited! some of each H*Iy Name Society engage rraily slleil HI. H..n establishing a material fraternity of Christian !> > >ALMS
as man's major goal In these churches, all within a trine In each parish! asking In such a discussion .tI..t of i:.r.. their living a. factory workers M..m. churches are kept
few blocks of each other at eiery other meeting, aheriMtlag In anti
.
life In this respect he said them to help the pastor or The fleswdiriine monks not itay
and to to ar
promised try EMORIAIt
during the day and found 30 night shifts. They
wear religious
pity the youngsters who have ganlse the Confraternitywhere speakers only Christianised mast ).:u. 'M .
to0 people' In each one atprl'er. range a satisfactory garb al work, but are A' M< UrNiUNMl\ HiHr ,.
flaunt It does exist and ..
merely worldly success not committee, which, would pentictpate rffwtvn satins but peeerve i / ..nl7iNlnsl Jt..,
\ that
He related at .d
from making
ed before them,"and anythinggoes Mass the following morning, to participate In It Indlrldually In discussions and sf>r...l "lw" rnln the arts tarts prvenl with young Proto' eon- a. .. Ctl.-...4l U ...... *>**f4t A. 0!ey..'fees* M.MMt
as long as you can getaway where It Is active. and craftsmanship. tturtng the
with It* a church with the capacity of throughout the Deanery. nrrtM thai thy"" may not enmurat AmWtM' SeevU tad) A.*. S.. rX. 12.4SOI
II. also urged the man to dark a 900 was completely filled and vwvllor" At a result VA 4-I47I
support fully and to participate f,'un>totlAM t.f a renewed
Mr.[ Mf.lBllffe called epos he Inquired of the pariah Bishop named the* communities) iM* a .H>wd ST. AU6USTINI ST. PETERSBURG
frequently In the lay rlVlUMtlOA.I
the men to learn how they Priest what was the occasion. th.
ran help bring the Word of The Priest answered that this men's retreat movement. Announced VATICAN ('(n" <<:>O-An At on hit trip to OrvMo

God to other was not unusual and that at was the Sarasota American born RedemptorletPrlett the Pope's trip lo MatXwslno +**- Is) a ho"'p fie lh. owed ron

the three previous Masses area retreat for next year- hat been named a will, be tor )MscvfXer. t>7 M-ler, lh. chapel remain* PHONE 177-7114

Said the Holy Name leader. that morning, the church bad July 9. 10, SI- nd the follow. Bishop for Canada Hut while be return*'*, framOrtlHn .tf limit\ ft r all (Umle. All

"We should all live our Faith, also .been. filledMonsignor Ing men as parish repreien Pope Paul VI ha* nil""'".! by car, He will fly to ltellk>.. lire *ahett) In lb.os.las BOZA

not one or two hours a day Cummings called lathes: Father Michael. It u s n a e k and from Mnntrrasalno. s.pertl. lelo. ., r.m. A. P. IIVtRSIDI" CHAPCLJlOt

but 24 hours a day. We should the fact that w.hUe Roger Spenard. Our Lady.. C 88 R. as titular Bishop of a..1.1, ..."...... N. ARMENIA AVt
attention to ,. .
lire Christ e\ery minute, and Queen of Martyrs; Don fllIBI. Zernko and auxiliary to the The Ik |"r** itllkeMll TAMPA 7, FLORIDA
our churches are filled onSund.i.1 Id* |'D|>. decided .. She Cuntittlsns vary dei"engcm
not forget that Christ Is withus Icy, St Martha; Marvin Han Ukrainian Bishop hltw.o..k' *
perhaps If our Faith heltroplers/ .tOp set ,. the supervisee's, part ..*l.
of the Jsme
every minute day agan, St Joseph; MeN..1I1. of Toronto
were as fervent and as deep dt.i' .ek road baffle' sad 11..11. \Vbf Sisters are engaged In
We should remember that and Venice barn
Epiphany Th Plshopelect was
and as that of the Irish whom he |<.t Ins heavy a .b.rd.. .ap 'farming, they enjoy relative KYLE-McLELLAN INC.
and Dr. H emigrant
life has only one purpose, area; Richter In rnnslvanla of an ,
saw our accomplishments .dke"The freeiliMn. arvl ty. adapting
that Is our eventual salva Holy Cross.Incarnation. Slovak family. At th*
might aim mount high In thenMtlves to the whims of FUNERAL DIRECTORS
tion." and salvation pariah will also ... of 10 h* returned' with belief>|iter will take off

Father Cornelius Dougherty works The of Holy mercy Name men he have a representative In time hi* parents to Slovakia. H* from the Bt. lamas cnurVytnt party their offlrtAU they can carryon 17 W. UHIOH STHUT-JACKJONY1UI

ef 8U Joseph Church In lira aid. should stand up and be for the retreat activity studied philosophy at Hrsil-v at the Vatican The Po>. rellgVvua oerclMi to R. J-Jtt* Gallows. 1WW. t-M. I"14 t

It! demon spoke on the theme counted, and spread the honor Mr. Kuhn urged a programof lava and theolrrUi* II dw I* leave about 1 an. torn estenkPrletlt

that as St Paul said whenwe and glory of God before other study revolving about the In Bohemia. In IW3 h* was and t.* hark In the Vatican by and Itellglou.ulfrr
children we acted In the n..t.mrtnrl.tOntff. particularly. fivrn the lark of
were professed
men encouraging them to do about I pm HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL
like children but now that in Africa at Mkhaellvlr! and was rellgk.uliserlture. All ask
the same. Diocese ordained July 3, 1149 at ...... ................"" for current bobs and. tap Air C** iiMV( CkaB>J-ParlUfl let

VATICAX CITf0 rreor, recording of a rellfloua nature FOSTER I. MATH fw,....l Dilate' ?

IEACH MEMORIAL The prefecture apostolic ef Shortly after
CHATS. DUKES-STUN Mweka, Congo, has been elevated was Interned\ In a concentration nw.>t rl.. reed 0."...",. tai/4n4, 'larld. ill-Oil I
... >,/sear.., a*** ...-""
FUNEAALHOMf to a diocese, and Its camp by the commun4tt' While several C.*..ho.lt.l vak

SEMINOU EACH prefect apostolic, Father Mir but was freed the foHmMng r'I.twope' allem! the ffitirMll In
110 U. PUrUa Ayer
MEMORIAL CHAttLst. eel Kvarltt Van Ren gen, year twauaof his AmrtcnCitUenahlp. R.f**, 11 all <(<.....""-...."'....
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j I Bishop in Congo faced rebel Sharing our treasure



\ firing squad asking ransom : Inquiry class opens


LEOPOLDVILLE: (NO) Bishop Thomaa Kuba of 4PI't!
!
Mahagi was brought before a firing squad by Congolese door for truth seeker

rebels in Mahagi and escaped death only by giving them -

about $1000, the Leopoldvllle Catholic news agency, DIA, THE ecumenical movement
has reported. seeking to unite all lJP:
Lana another mission. InKquatorU Christians In one fold with
't The Bishop wj- drret. J by tr
province. Mill[ Hill 1 1I one shepherd in accordancewith
the rebel who -4eUed his we mtaloners. and Franciscan FatherJohn
the prayer of Christ:
city and wa asked to handover mlMnluners' staffed the mission
"And other sheep I have that A.
i about $11,000 they of Befale. All of them left
are not of this fold; them alsoI
.i claimed he had received from O'BrienKvrr .I
the region early In September must bring and they shall
the customs service. Hecnune .
hear my voice, and there shall
: of the Congolese prelate'.
DIA said that in Bunla in
be fold and one shepherd'
one
,! prompt denl.il of ha>'tng, ever northeast Congo the rebels, (John 10,16)).
received the money the prelate who have controlled the re

was brought before" a fir. gion for three weeks, have So concerned was Jesus : ).thing about the faith

Ing squad and given 15 minutes gathered together all the missioners with the unity of His nock. Its teachings and sacraments,

to decide whether U give including White Fathers "eta that, on the eve of His Passion became no simple<<, clear re*,
ft,
ra He prayed that all who
the suns and White Sisters, In unable and founded on btrlp
believe in Him "may be one,
BunU ture.
.. At thai moment a (ongo. Itself as thou Father. in me, and I
lese. I the *<>* of the group* (The American headquarters in thee that the world I was a bit like Lucile Has.

, apparent leader, pproarliedthi of the Immaculate Heart may believe that thou hast Icy who said that after the

JII..h..I'. | warned him that MiiMluners In Arlington Vlrgfnla sent me" (John 17,21)). third instruction she was
reported that three of
the money wan only a pre ready to sign on the dotted
their mliwloners and six Con. Oat of the ) objectives
prlarlpal

frit fur the rebels and uggpktrd line. I prayed daily, went to
.
Kolene diocesan Itletii' terv of Vatican Council II It
.
ho Rite the rrl>rl all Sunday Mass, and read many
ing in Tlumba, a village In fouler urh throughcorporate
tho money ho could roller! In to Betty books on the Catholic religionand
northern' Congo, were taken minion.Uut .
ordrr lo hate hU. llfr.lJUhop the lives of the salnu.
to Stanleyville, a rebel stronghold .
Kuba handed over to In late September. Before Ii .A that may not be I perceived that the Catholic -

the rebel $1000. all the diocesan being taken to Stanley .. ( rti achieved in our lifetime. Ev. Church has that marvelous

fund, and was Itnmediately vllle the nine Priests reportedly Receive Ad Altare Dei awardsEleven ery Catholic can help how. unity which Christ said
released. went through lIev. ever, in fulfilling Christ's was to characterize His

DIA reported that all the eral days of maltreatment. Scouts of Troop 31, apon- medals were presented by Father Yazgi, Tom Kalee, Charles Hagan, prayer. How By interesting Church.
non-Catholic friend In the
Priests of the Mahagi diocese (According to the I ImelIourc'e Bored by the Holy Rosary Churchof John J. Cuntner C.SSR.:; Scout Bobby Neu, Father Guntner, Rin- faith a loaning him Catholic Here was the "one fold and
In Mahaid 'ity,
are now ( live 21 IrantlHcun SistersMllonorc
thotte from the village of Aru of Mary have Jacksonville, received the Ad chaplain, to, from the left, Harley nie Zamora, Clem Dowling. James literature, setting him a good the one khepherd fur which

who fled to Arua, Uganda, been left In IJumba end are Altare Del awards last month. The Rountree, David Lhotka, AbdoEASTERLING Neu, Gary Bowers and Paul Kaleel. example answering questions thrUt prayed.

on the other tide of the lor Unharmed and safe) about the faith and bringing Joyfully I embraced the
him to a Priest fur instruc Catholic faith receiving Baptism

der.It 1 J.4 now reported that the From Congo tion. Penance, Holy Communion

Catholic mission of IKfa In and Confirmation in
Fathers'taring
'Faith of Catholic book are lulunlonarlen -
northwest Congo has been o ur bringing ('hrl..t', one week. God filled my soul
plundered by rebel who subsequently missioners reach with so many graces that I
... Captive Rome truth to nirUdf of truth
Wklr radio profraini ft* rrl U ( th. Dt f ; be
moved on to Mom. St.. AuiuiUn.i .eeker*. teemed to living In heaven.
Each day my holy faith

For Eucharist Jacksonville WIVY, $1050 le to Uganda martyrs aided Lend your friend a copy of means more not only to me

Saturday, 12:10: p.m.WFO'f. -prayers.. .. "Father Smith Instructs Jackson but to my husband and our
JEll V fl.' I.I: (NO-A ," "The Faith of Millions" four children. It also unitesus
St. Augustine 1240 lie KOMK: (NC)-Bishop Henri J. Pierard A.A. of Beni, leae Priest and a Congolese
symbolic offering of flour or "What's the Truth About more closely. I am fortu.
Saturday 12:10:I pm. the Congo who was held captive and maltreated by Congolese Brother to Bent where they

from the Holy Land has been Catholics and you will, with nate In serving as secretaryfor
t'' sent to Valerian Cardinal Daytona Beach VYNDB, 1150 kc rebels in his mission diocese declared upon arriving were put on trial and con. God's grace, hasten his en St. Mary's parish and In

. Grsclas of Bombay, India for Saturday, 12:10: p.m. here recently that he owes his life to Africans who protected demned to death court by a Chinese-It trance into the Church. In being I privileged' through
style "people's
i use In making hosts for the him: a young Congolese Priest, a rebel officer, and after this sentence that was the addition to such manuals of God's grace, to bring back a

forthcoming International Eu Eau Gallie WMEG, 920 le the martyrs of Uganda.The instruction, lend him a copy lapsed Catholic woman. Her
c friendly officer took them
charlitle Congress.The MelbourneTallahanee (12.05 officer! refused to let his men of "100 Common Questions husband and their three children
" Saturday, : pm. Congolese Priest, Fa under his custody, continually
kill\ the Bishop and Priest "
flour, aent by the cus as About Catholic Faith. are now baptized."
1 todlan of the holy places Fathtr VVTNT, 1450 ic ther Philip Musubao, drew all they wanted to do. H* put finding pretext for delaying' The happiness that you will The moral? Have more Inquiry

\ Llnua Cipptdlo OF.M. Saturday, 12:10: p.m. the savagery of the rebel sol them under guard of two execution of the sentence, thus bring to a truth seeker classes In every pariah

was made from grain reaped YYDSR. 1140 ic then upon himself by trying trustworthy soldiers, who severs Bishop Pierard ask!. Is illustrated in the conversion .
Late
ia fields not far from th* City Saturday, 12:lOp.", to protect him the 71.yearoldItlshop time turned away rebels of Mrs. Betty Terry of
place where Jesus multipliedthe said.The young Priest who came to beat them or Colorado Springs, who describes JACKSONVillE1f.aI'D"A

loarei and fishes to feed M4dilonGainesville WMAF, $12)0 i. / who was kicked and ,un- carry out a death penalty that Mission society the events thus:

the multitude. The farmers Saturday. 11:45: ..m. whipped until he fainted, was had been Imposed by a kangaroo I was reared In a devout

ef the area annually\ give a Vc ordained only on July ft this court. At on* point In Christian home and. from the
WDVH "0
tithe of thttr harvest to the Tuesday year their two day captivity h* duties assumed by time I was nine, I played the .'O.O'' :
1.40 a "'.
:
church at Capharntum on the The tibet officer kept.,delaying spirited them to a room In a piano for Sunday school and
here of.the Sea ef Galilee./ Ocala WM0p,100 Is the beating wblcH had.. '
Saturday, 12130 ,.", I become routine for prisonersof said.The ion consisted of stories from
Uganda nurtjrs-who the Old and New Testament,
CITY { :JACKSONVILLEAMantfe Lakeland' :l YVLAK, 1430 lie Ilerard the reported rebels there He,said Bishop the were canonized on October IS Monslgnor Raymond P. Etttl- which I learned in sunday

.
Saturday 12:45 n.WDBO
:
p apparently cam through doff, former editor.of the school and which my mother

, OrlandoSt. sao le Bishop Pierard .said when h* newspaper of the archdioceseof read to my brother and me .MU.44.a ISetLIS

M numnt c., Sunday, 1:00: ,..m.WPIN. and his fellow prllOnl't.lour .- Dubuque who has been a on cold winter nights. STEAKS..... .
.
Holy See aids European: Prle,.ts and Father Tod .1 1tri..u. *
Vatican official for the pant 13 This was a good preparationfor .L ...11.
( front*-Gf anif*-MarbU 110 le Munutuo-promised to
the fulness of
faith which
f e. *. rr.....-e.... Petersburg 00 .. years, has been appointed sec
Sunday, $10: "' offer a novena of Ms** In God was to give me later
t Ill rrM 11 rMrk Tibetan refugees reUry general of the Pontifical

... II. .-...* their honor If they were re Society for the Prupagagatlon When I married a Catholic I -.--

estate ...., f...... II: .t e RELIGIOUS BOOK E. H. THOMPSON CO. t. 11':11T1U': 'tII' X.T. 1eaed. Within an hour the of the Faith, promised not to interfere mCONOCASf099
kltcKeniSuppl prisoners saw the relwU.Mui with< the of
(InttiMional religion husband
my
& GIFT SHOP (M')-The Holy 8M has con The yearold Iowa iTIentWM ftJ
strung In full rrtrt before
and ..
!.l and Equipm.ntChurch to bring up the children *
the office If named to succeed Arch.bishop -
trlbut lotioi to t
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s.rine, Ik jMk navtl1 r Ditcountt a government force of In the Catholic faith I ikM_ o*.
a?." CS .u".si'.e the United' Nation high com Leone Mgru who PM imttnt wFr..drop
ThunderbirdServing HOOK MlltUta 710 Watt Say Sir..! tnl...l .
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fa. fU. -A.? .hreal. by Father Duane
JacltonviB1 Pond Theo- ..
.. alas CHINCH iiMtl fur aMlnianre' to TllnUitTheTll I1er.rl staled. thatHeplrmber Qu-l'U-I..q MI.Li
TUB It I I..* through the offke .( bold pastor of Divine Redeemer Joseph M.r.H.. Mgr.
A.".,_ .... a Bir....*>.r tt'fUIIHtI, .. XI with Ike ap-
..... o..... now .,,"%"" '."'.... .... .. l1oro protM-k .r 'rb.... k* told iii..I.rl. secretary |f..ral that pariah, and t h a tolwned 353-7419
OeRciou refugees .. .
..
thruugbo.tlb.
f. collected the duos of ChrIat'aChurch
Phone' 721.04 J 0 .| .. Ibex .1111'I 234 W. St.
; Lai Xj i t>r whom are In relihtortng Catholic .wM lee wll ... for me. FonytH
.kate If they wished, batevery.Pri..ts
STEAKS Nepal are not within the direct
si.sary l week are teaseled
SEAFOODS fjurstwO Jurisdiction of the highs Brother..ed for dUlrtbattoa U> the .I.
.
_
PATVIONtzrTHP.R mmmUsloner. but he can UM -rh to stay' hta..
PRIME RIBS his anti cfflfes" to channel
VKKTIKM> That night a Ring of rebel
asaUtance", to them, and has. reerved > Monsignor Etteklorf was
the ml
WHO RtrrroKTtorn youths appeared at *
Slit tXPRESSWATJACKSOHYUIL
born at OnUn Iowa, on August EL6akFLORIDA
such work.
for
H6mO CATHOLIC ".Ut:" Mono aloe. about three miles south
> 12 1911. Following studies J
The ally !***, wkh-k U a of Item" and commandeeredthe at Conception College In Con
0
a.......r .( the *irv.Ua tm* missions motor transport ception. Missouri he went to

It's our Pleasureto / Mlile. *f the klfk rows*!.. The next day a rebel fore, Lort Collage. Dubuque, from

CtTAtdAI(1..1 .....,'. (*r.fTS.. a.* saslrt.Ulc firing wildly In all directions which h graduated In
was
serve . /
you .4 skIt *.. .! she .-* arrived' and ransacked the 1931. Sent to the North Amen

And our Responsibility iMftofU ..tl... .( Ik* IN.tnaatM..l mUaton. While they were' ken College In Rome, tie took
M .. there, two government planet
r.wwuslty
to WELLI
serve you C'OUrII.* Gregorian UtU-
1 ....r. that se dl.relullutb.I. INC'lIlJM.runned them and and ordained a
Hotel George Washington made b./w/ea ",...... .-, four ft theta When the teralty Priest In 1937.was Father E UWdorf NATIONALANK
planes disappeared the rebels
.nJ H* Excellent Food t'N Secretary. General I* took the Bishop with the four did further' postgraduatework OP JACKSONVILLE

Roosevelt Motor Hotel T>ant wa olflcislly Informed Euit+>|....n Priests,. the ("uI11O- at the Lateran University
tvfor* returning to the .
jACKtONYllI LOCATIONS of the rtmlrtlvutktn by the .fa.A.l .1 rA .-.--A-w sasses

ash. (: ::. JACKSONVILLEDEIHUT 2100 ..... ..... a..r ..... Holy Sees permanent ohM r.- Forced to resign I'nlted State.

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English in. Mass begins



Cardinal Newman's writing seen 9rri" a t a Nov. 29: U. S. Bishops


influencing Council atmosphereThe HOME: (NC) -The Bishops of the United States at

their October 19 meeting here formally approved November

( following article recalls erary the most toilsome but substance of the ancient deposit 29, the first Sunday of Advent, aa the official date

the contributions of Cardinal also the greatest, the most ofh.. Faith is one for the Introduction of English in the Mass In America.

Newman to the develop meaningful the most conclusive thing but the manner of its The November 29 change
ment of thought now flowerin that human thought ever presentation is another. will put into eaten the decisions Thus the Introit Kyrle
; in the Second Vatican traveled during the modernera. adopted 1 l b\ the American Gloria (when said, the lessons
Pope Paul reflected Ne"
"
Council Written by the rice- ." HUhopn at their meeting Gospel and Creed and
man even more clearly when
president of
the Catholic In a sense Newman lived he stated bluntly "The theological k Washington last April 2. the restored "common prty.er"
Broadcasters
Association the and wrote 100 years too soon. doctrine (about the The decrees they adopted or "prayer of the faith-
article conies on the centennial His "Essay: on the Development Church) can receive were made public on May 14, fur will all be In Enph+-h.
many
of the
Cardinal's widely less than two weeks after
of Christian Doctrine" noteworthy developments. The Offertory anthem will also
known book." "Apologia Pro written In 1S45 was long mis they were confirmed by the be In the vernacular,
Vita Sua. ) understood at Rome. When The confMil coiUants to tie new commission for the Ufocutlon In the Canon the Sanctu

By rather Eugene C. BestNCWC he wrote "On Consultlrg the fine and refine the layman1 Resident students invostod of the Constitution on Henedlctus alone will be I In

News Faithful In Matters of Doctrine role in the rodeo world. the Sacred Liturgy.The English: : the rest Includingthe
Service in 1850 Newman was Thirty-three resident students in. Springs; Angela deary, Neptune change; to take effectat preface and the consecration

JOHN Cardinal Newman's denounced to Rome as for Newman had often insisted eluding 10 from Latin American countries Beach; Rita Roberson, Jacksonville; the end of November in- prayers, remain in Latin.
"Apologia Pro Vita that baptism means for all elute the tine (It English Instead
many heretical For In
some :30 took part an investiture of Slater Mary Frederic S.S.J.; Ronnie nut In the Communion terv
Sua written 100 years ago, the faithful a total commitment of latin f<>r most of the
years after his conversion he school blazer at St. Joseph Academyin Gauss, Ocala; Noel Jean Avinger, Ice. the Lord's Prayer will be
changed the Image of the lived to Christ. From Involvement Sc"\lce I of the Word the
under cloud
a St. Augustine. Participants included Jacksonville; Lulsa Guillen, Honduras, In Knglish. Sf) will the Agnus
Catholic
Church In England.It in the work of God he opening: part of the Mass -
also led to the developmentof Invited to council would. neither exclude nor excuse from the left Sister Mary Edward and Candy Real Panama. ar.J for much: of the tom Ivi At the Communion of thep.011.

Catholic thought which the layman. As early as S.S.J; Christine Damron Green Cove r:.e:::.:-erV.e as well ., the E<<. Agnus Pel
has Its 1651 Newman and the triple Domlne, non
had
flowering at the Sec He was invited to the First written .
sum dlgnus will be In Cngllth.
ond Vatican Council words which sound like the
Vatican
Council in
1870 but
So will the Cummunl
Newman wrote the Apologia declined because of poor appeal- of a Bishop at VaticanII Pope greets European anthem While the I'o.tcrim-

after a personal slander by health. Then in 1879 Pope Leo munlon prayer remains Latin
the eminent British historian :XIII made Newman a Cardi "I want a laity, not arrogant. the dismissal l and blesstnf
and novelist Charles Klngsley. nalAt not rash in speech, not mayors meeting in RomeVATICAN xt wilt be In English:
Kingsley had challenged not the time Newman said: disputatious but men who
only Newman's personal Integrity "Now the cloud is lifted from know their religion who enter CITY (NC). -Tomorrow's Europe "must The "lint Gospel( when said.
remains Latin nut It Is to be
but also the honestyof me forever." lie spoke too Into It, who knof just teat on the human moral and rrlifcious heritage which II eliminated under
completely
all Catholic clergymen. He soon. After he died in 1S90, where they stand, who know largely inspired by the Gospels and which gave and girea the further changes which be
wrote In late 1863 that truth Pope St. Plus X still had to what they hold and what our continent a glory unique In civilisation's history
come mandatory next Lent
for its own sake had neverbeen defend they do who know
him against Modernist not their
Pope Paul] VI has told a group of Christian democrats
a virtue with the Roman heretics in the early 1000s. creed so well that they can ,
clergy." He added: "Father give an account of It, who participating in a Rome meeting of European mayors and

Newman informs us that It The Second Vatican Council know so much of history that other local officials. paths toward realization of) Brooksvillededication
need not and on the whole continues to lilt the loud) they can defend It. I
want anInt.IUent "You may be certain gentlemen this Europe of tomorrow tint
ought not to be. fromewman.. ,..Instructed laity. that we always follow >e- he sakL "You know t

Newman answered KlngMey He Is constantly quoted in ." your efforts to hasten the through experience how the

!I. a work of ronnclfntion council books and speeches arrival of a peaceful and unified coming cf a united Europe .
and lenMUve self-revelation. And he Influences the council Helped set goalsA Europe with Imr.thy," raises delicate problems of apolitical
Oct. 25Sl104)ktt'll.l.E0n
lie wrote: through his insights, the Holy Father said. economic social and set
through truths which he discovered third Newman contribution About tftX mayors and administrators psychological order letter t
'There are virtues Indeed. or reemphaslzed. Several to the council Is his spiritof of fOI1\munr" than any others you are up ;;0 )" Oc'
which. the world Is not fittedto themes basic to New frankly loyal and constructive : provinces, departments at*! to date on this C'O \I'Inlty.' t ""i" : .. her 33 at 4 II tn., the puMtaIs \!
judge about or to uphold, man's thought are often criticism. Reacting other political units met In and you can strive with the ; Invited. to attend the tIes-:
such as faith hope, and charity stressed in council debate. against a tradition dating Rome from October IS to 18 means you consider mot ef, Ing of St. Anthony School:

but It can Judge about Newman was first to write from the Reformation Rlsh- to study ways of achieving fKvctous to progre*.h ely ,.. building anti provisional I
truthfulness; it can judge on the development of Christian opt at the council are openly economic and i->lltlral unityin suite Its diverse a*{>ec4s." ''''' church Si. Loa At'tKil Mo
about the natural virtues, doctrine. Scholars today admitting human, fallible elements Europe The Pope spoke In French. .'- I rton' llownvin, 0 S It. the tU';.-.
i and truthfulness is one of take development for granted. in the Church. adding a few words In Cer: r gate of the Most lt.verot;i |
i them." Next Newman emphasized Pope Paul himself listed The Pvfe described the man for Cermanspeaktagdelegates. ArchblehAp, will preside at

the role of the layman In the Catholic renewal as the sec naming 1 of HI. lltnrdlrt as At council the ceremonies In 8t Antn -

Failures follow Church when that role had ond goal of the council Recognition |*lr.. of Europe: as a token !Shortly afterward, the Pep ",', Park here.
long been Ignored of need for a..l(
Newman found himself a filer Thirdly, he was a loyal and and self renew si hasbeen .;."<|>r.. ..ute-.a... from seven European rutli eau Bahamas brings the Uoa|"rt Hook forward >( Invemeos, Uroiksvllle'
his conversion In 1845: cutoff constructive critic of the part of genuine Catholic >n*. once enemies In tern I In Ft Peter's lUallica for It. dally enthronement own Father Edward: Vartltv

[ from his former Anglican/ Church when criticism was tradition from the beginningto "You will see In this act bat He noted that they saps- before the Fathers of Vatican Council II. eau O 9 It. and other membersof

friends and never fully to often) suspect as disloyalty. the Reformation. Newman that the Church Is taking a daily looted forward to wn""en. ,_. the clergy will assist Ulettlta
eepted by the Sold Catholics." Fourthly Newman always helped us recall that the divine stand" he said "She dues It but said "there are many difficulties ----- -- ---- at the dotlWnUon.

Failure followed failure during continued to Iou his former element is wedded to In her own way.-that Is. to overcome aid The new eonatrurttnn has
his early Catholic years.A Anglican friends, and he thus weak human Instruments, lathe looking from the spiritual\ many obstacles to surmountIn Bishops namod Pope meets with/ teen bulla on IS press of parish

prejudiced court found hireruUty anticipated today's ecumenical Church. vantage point that Is properto order to achieve It." "'.\TIf'.' 4 OTV ( l'- property called It An
of libel in the famous her with the .de- U.S businessmen '
movementLastly. esptesa Uwn, Psrk. It Is In the city
?(.a." was ,"..alr.1 Pope Taut VI has made a dV-
AchllU triaL Newman wasted Newman wrote \h.fT.aw.t sire of respecting the ,temporal Now church limits on Jiouie 41 North
when the .... case of the 1".k1oHk"nl mission
*
woe was ,H '
years working on the Irish defense of ) domain which belongs
freedom ofconscience 1'ATlctx ( ITS
UC'
)
MTOCKIIOOI OOStKugenla's of tun In Matt, used Al.rka -
University project. He began In the English b ..... to the NUsen of the. different Yet Ml If he .5..nreewfslIs
to edit the Rambler magazine! garage, and thus helped n* countries, to the governments ; church, the oldest adding lo It territory r'po Paul VI has met with a ........, lrhl.g ......,..
pispare We call this his fourth Reformation Catholic t t taken from the dinrete of
only to hare the Bishops stop the way for a council may and to the various Institutions post trade mission of the National Father Kwsrl: fUes. lo epic
publication. From 1830 to statement on religious liberty. contribution to the councilNewman' born of the desire to Church In $car anavla Is. Regrju and the apuelotte prefecture AsMirUllon of ManufacturersOrtntwr the ... f...r.rU. ......, eau
love going t" he rebuilt In Stockholm Ueo.
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who had writ. make Europe.! ( 17 1 and rtmlrvt-! airy t
ten for separated Christian brethren s downtown Kings Garden The hew ftVir. *. remains" .
.. constantly as an Anglican, Changes soon has helped bring to the "That respectful attitude at a sat of II mlHton. under rare of the White re- them of the eneial a*| wrote nothing. Had he
in died council Orthodox observers does not at all stem from alack German Jesuits have staffs'! thers. The stitior .f the h r- tights of personal. pttgerty.apes. II Is UenofMd. and a4mtnMrailMM -
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tory. Catholics hare tendedto years, Protestant observers problems. he said put M yen. The new site W /'. hoe .I-MMI ........l ...,...... In the hwUrftRg ae well a. ttl.t. eMeesywhtle
view the Church as "un- after their absence of 400 The Pope reollHI the ,,.. was given lo them t>y the Ordinary if the .*. ....,......
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a better dmUndlBf of the! claims that the medieval experience with what ...Ine.tI.You .** church site: .' :_ !h U I ) I'). \A f. :;".e r or' i his Ouii.n<.Ur of HrtMiavltle, New the "'-It.*UU elmren. adz"l
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corrupted person overcome) the know how diverse the pr Jec1.) er.ilara.Holy for y Pope Paul recently statedthat prejudices of early training. After tha.kl.g! ..". I" out en two slsrfefoiil day.. All

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Church in Modern World S The Florida Catholic, Friday, Oct ZS, IWI'

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Council begins consideration of schema 13By Weekly paper to


Father John I*. Donnelly trine or theoretical principles he was greeted with enthusiastic start reporting

he stated, much the .
so
as applause.The
VATICAN CITY (NC)-In an attempt to understandthe
transition of the council national
to opening Mass of the news
modern world and to interpret the Church's message the treatment of the problemsthat 106th general council meeting

to that world, the council Fathers began discussion of concern man today. It I Is was celebrated by Archbishop KANSAS ('ITY. Missouri

one of the most talked-about and long-awalted schema an attempt to promote a dialogue Karol Wojtyla of Cracow Poland (NO-The National Catholic
'./ In which man can know The day's feast was that
.
on its agenda. Reporter will begin publication
more about the Church and
of one of Poland's patrons, St.
at the same Urn the Churchcan John Cantlus of Cracow. October 24 with more
Eight Cardinals took the floor on October 20 and all The
gain a deeper understanding Gospel was enthroned by than 10,000 subscribers, officers .
but one expressed general satisfaction with the text of
of man and hU problems.
)HUhop Michael Arattukulamof of the new publication
schema 13 on the Church in the modern world. They It Is difficult to find the Alleppey, India. The moderator have announced.

asked the council to it proper equilibrium betweenthe Cardinal Doepfner.
accept as a basis for discussion. was
principles of the Gospel :Michael J. Greene, publisher -
Francis Cardinal Spcllnum; The first speaker on schema
of the weekly paper spon.
and the practical lives of
gravity of the tusk at hand. men.
of New York hailed It all "rep 13 was Achllle Cardinal Leln- sored by a notfor-proflt corporation
but
this Is the job now set
This task, he said, U to make art of Mile, France. He said Te
resenting the basic! hopes of the Church stand out as the before the council, he said. under the direction
he welcomed the schema as of Catholic laymen also said
the Second Vatican Council'* "light of nations," accordingto All men feel the need of an Important one as well as ,, five new' staff members have
-- "" --
and asked that In recommendIng the words of Pope John some absolute: he said, and one unique In the history of been added.

change, council Father XXIII. the Church must live up to ecumenical council lie said Central deanery officersThe They are: Robert Olmstead,

take care not to weaken but The Church. ,h c'un""lou"I the task of providing/ what the text ls acceptable In substance news editor, who was night

rather to strengthen the text It U not growing old, lot answers It can. The Church but not in its present Central Dean' T of the Diocesan E. Moore Kissimmee. treasurer; JohnR. city editor of the Chicago Associated .
nf'1' be Mid, l........ loves the world just as God form, which in many cases Is Ken.
and improve in clarity. younger did His illogical Union of Holyme Societies Atkins Satellite Beach, vice-president Press bureau;
giving Son for
Both Julius Cardinal Doepf- of the prmrnre In IU mldot only held its fall rally and Father James T Winter neth Boiler, circulation dlrec
of ill HI*In. .Founder its Redemption, he continued. The lone dissenter to the rcce / ; Dillon Park with the Register .
ret of Munich Germany and But the Church afro recognizes general acceptability of the Terence J, Farrelly left ducted these secretary; and Lawrence R. Schmitz tor formerly of

Clacomo Cardinal Lercano of "The Church must find an- the presence of original text was Ernesto Cardinal men as officers: from t 3 left Arnold Orlando marshal. Denver system Donald newspapers Gibson advertising .
;
Bologna Italy, cautioned ewers In Christ for world sin in the world and it condemns Ruffini of Palermo Italy who Pancratz Lake Helen president; John director, formerly
living In constant fear of an sin and Intends to lib called It obscure in many
In deliberations. national sales manager torWDAF
against speed
apocalyptic conflagration h. crate the world from sin, ways, filled with flaws and
here and
Radio
The latter oJerved that "per- ; two
aid. 11 must to under
try
Bishop Guano concluded weakened I by repetition. He
hips: there Is not even time lay members the Society of

enough left in this session but stand It man must and also his seek problem the supernatural In his talk, Cardinal Spell- asked the for text a complete based on revisionof the encyclicals ChurchFor eWorldNew 'Pieta' to remainat Our Lady of the Most Holy

e<|clally If there is going to order. It must man emphasized the obedience of 1 : Trinity Elizabeth Allard'c.ot .
modern Popes, beginning
be a fourth 1l'IIIOInext )'ear." frame a message which can he of Church members to with Leo XIII. fair grounds New Orleans and Mlg Boyle

Saying he wan unhappy sent not only to believers, the authority of the hierarchyand Paul Cardinal Leger of Montreal Tyrol TV station of Oil City. Pa. The society is
with the impression given by asked that this obediencebe an apostolic; group with headquarters
but to atheists a* "well." asked the council to .\Tll"" 'ITY (.tC) IIOSTOV!' (NO-A new picture NEW YORK (XC)-Michel-
the text that the Church not merely a legal here.
compliance
He explained that the text avoid all "sterile condemna Pope Paul VI has appointed was beamed into homes angelo's masterpiece i the
"fears contagion from ""no- with commands, butrather
was drafted by the mixed tions" and work positively, 6J-ye lr-01d Bishop I'aulua here from transmitters atop Robert (>. Hot, editor of
white
elating with the world, Albert a Christian obedience gleaming < "Pieta" will
commission through a special showing how the construction Hunch formed head of the the Prudential Tower build. the national publication Mill
Cardinal of Chi- which I remains the'txt.
Meyer consonant disappear fur six
BubcommlMNlon headed by of the world is a task to apostolic administration of tag as the Boston archdi continue a* editor of the
sago: called for a deeper unrlrrtandlng lilshop Emilio Guano of Leg- with freedom which Christians can make avery Innsbruck-F'eldkirch in Austria ocese's television station months-placed under human Catholic Reporter of Kantas
of the role of the
horn, Italy. He said the text Is good, special contribution. as Bishop of the newly. \V1 MS-TV broadcast its first and mechanical guard at the l11)'I. JIIpb.
world In the plan of salvation
Bishop Guano; then gave a clear and sincere and that It Cardinal Doepfner called created diocese of the same program. New York World's Fair.
lie
cited
and tradition
to Scripture his contentionthat report on schema: 13. He said rightly calls for Catholics to for a clearer concept of "the name. Initial programming includes The priceless statue of the The new paper will share
support the staff and facilities of the
the Church stands between act on their own responsibility world" and the "service" to This complete the ecclesiastical .. full public commercial
the world Itself, and not Virgin Mary holding her lifeless diocesan
it
Christ and human society when there are no specificdirectives I be given by the Church to reorganization of the entertainment programs directed paper. However
only the soul of man, In theproper Son in her arms, lent by will be published without dlocexan .
to follow the world. to all home viewers.
of never as an end unto itself Tyrollan territory on either
object
Iledemptlon.( but with a concern and tie The day's last speaker. was side of the Brenner Pass The present broadcasting the Vatican, has been seen by or other ecclesiastical
fly vote of 1021 to 29 the
a lint he Mid, the .MnlUIcondition affiliation.
council approved the wholeof wire to !belong to (Christ to set Haul Cardinal SUva Henriquez which began August 8 with schedule U from 3 pm. to nearly It million visitors to

chapter seven of the for and with Him and to belong for a dialog with of Santiago, Chile who creation of Innsbruck diocese. midnight; seven days a week. the fair the Vatican Pavilion
the ,
modern world Is
to men and to act for fidelity listed four reasons why )But 'IIIS-TV will shortly be-
schema the of the said. in
on nature and obedience. to the Church. a statement.InnounrtmrM
schema 13 Prelate 111a six hour educational
Church. and with them. was Important: praised
Men' are concerned about 1.-Because of the missionof schedule commencing at 9 that It will ORLANDO
for
Calling a "compe tra.
'.....0.. of the ( the Church. KAUfeCA." Hungary (NC) remain Meadows
perte hilr-* earning their dally b.'ead.about tlon" between the world and am.Richard at Flushing
ffr hud, torn |>|",ioird 1f'1" peace) In the world and the Church, Cardinal 2.-Because of the secular -The chancery of the Arch- Cardinal Gushing, until the re-oprnlnz of the WINTER PARKSt.
Meyer
aratrly on the preiloun dllf. about human dignity, he said. cited proofs from Scriptureand character of the laity whose diocese of Kalocia has praisedits in a statement Issued just fair in the spring ro."If'r.tumor. .

The chapter ronrrrn the luul'I..t Some are hostile and others tradition that the world orientation would be Incomplete new ordinary, Archbishop prior to the first broadcast, that it will be moved

thing*-death, Judgment Indifferent to the message of itself, and not only Is without a discussion of Endr Hamvas, as a man who said more than 140,000 parochial to the MrtropuliUB Museum Charles
man.
IiraTrn and 11,11114 affirm Christ, he noted But, he added the of their temporal mission In the has constantly worked for school pupils in the arch. of Art or 8U Patrick's cathedral.
proper object Redemption.
the final vocation of evrrjone ,, the Church has something world. peace In Hungary. diocese will noon be viewing "STANDARD"

to puradlir. Thrr Here 23.1 for all men and it must remember :3.J-Because we must demonstrate Archbishop Hamvas, chairman morning programs broadcast
olfo of <|unllird approval. that it can never remain Quoting St. Paul's statement the effectiveness of the of the Hungarian Bish by WIHS-TV. During the winter, the statue

lotted up In a fortress that "all things are created Church's doctrine since! the ops' conference, was namedto will be covered l with a M. F. KershnerATLAS
In the name of the mixed protecting only I Its own through Him and unto Church Is accused of being the see last month as the African Mass super-soft artificial fabric anda

commission of members of members. It must speak with Him" Cardinal Meyer observed interested only In heaven. We result of an agreement I.OMMNC) To note drop cloth. A special cage, TIRESBATTERIESACCESSORIES

the council's theological commission all and try to answer their that work here oil need a "ChrtstUn cosmology" reached !between the Holy See the coming canonization of which completely encases it,

and the rommlsslnn questions, h* said, and aided earth pertains not only to the We are denying no temporal and Hungary's communist the Uganda Martyrs an African will tm locked into place The
on the spostolute of the laity, that the council Is the symliulcf temporal order butu the values. government. He will be enthroned Savannah Mass with cage will be connected to an Phone CY 3-9954

cf which h* Is president, )}'sr. this dialogue' everlasting ss well. sty his 4.-Because of the necessity in hi* cathedral her drums will be sung at Wat "ultra-conic' alArm .,.tem.

nand Cardinal Cento Introduced III."",. (Juana Said! the aim labors man "prepares the of dialogue with pr..nt-
schema 13 ]He Mid It <,f Srh.na 13 In different from way for the final' transformation humanism, often atheistic.. officials said.

"was offered with a great dealt that of all the other arhrma of all things into a newheaven must try to understand a the* Two additional alarms on BISHOP MOORE
trepidation and a con and a new earth" he him and get to the roots of .' f. the entrance and exit to the
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The Florid Catholic, Friday Oct 23, 196-1

A pattern for parish Low Mass Expert tells


'Instruction' furthers changes of new Mass

Action Celebrant Commentator I-ector Nesters People

Just before Leads practice Practice change rules

IOu begins of new hymns new hymns,
concerning Mass other servicesBy
Introduces theme etc.
HOMK. : (>C) While the
of day's Mans! new chances enacted by the

Father Frederick K. McManus Mass with a deacon but with Liturgy of the Word ptwt-concillar liturgy coinmiv

VATICAN CITY (NC)The striking new changes In out a subdeacon' ; the elimination lion become mandatory and

the Mas made by the Instruction of the Vatican Liturgy of restrictions formerly Enters In pro Inttea, people Enters: In Eater with tat\llt( mitt be observed. M of next
placed upon Priests In giving March 7, the. first day of Lent
Commission aim at stressing the community nature of Entrance tension after to stand proresslon: celebrant conference
certain blelng reprobationof national Wkjhopa' *
Christian worship and taking full advantage of the liturgy'l distinction; Rite hymn has begun plates book t'ouldt. permission to put
among per
any
educational Says .t Leads people on lectern Answer lilt
or formation possibilities. prayers
song, for example, church them Into effect earlier ae-
The new changes which go Into effect March 1, 1965, seating. arrangements In foot or the In entrance on Gospel prayers at ett6pawe cording' Uv Father "'rro ll.k
foot of the hymn
side
altar III latin
the first Sunday of Lent must be regarded as a prelim- church on a basis of social or hymn It. McManue.
altar
inary step In the overall liturgical reform decreed last economic condition.One quietly his back with to quietly The Morton Priest toll l amisting
December by the Second of the United State\
welcome eonrewtiee allow the people her "last Frlil.iy.
Vatican Council.In prayer which completes the press panel
the faithful who rerelv Reads Introit .
*
preparation cf breed< and that a national body cf BUnops
the Constitution on the wine. Holy ('0"' .'.10. at the Eau In English, wouM only have to apply

Liturgy the council gave 2. The concluding doxologyof t..r1&11 Ma.. or at Chrltma facing people to th* commission for the per*
broad mandates for reformso Midnight Mao. to rerelv all of the
canon or Eucharleticprayer. mUalon to put
be worked out In detail by Co main*km agal at changes Into effort prior to
a commission drawn from all Ma 3. The prayer for deliver (
|over the world. Early this t hrl.lm*. par (English) Introduction to Invcoatlon
once from evil and for
>-ear. Pope Paul VI net up the peace I invocations twine with ?lt'IA8" noted U
ommUMon with the major which U added to the Lord'sPrayer. The Instruction devotes with" people celebrant hU etpl.in
[ask of revising the official much space to seminary trainIng that ho ln-trurtl..<>* of the
Of the "puble" prayers of and to the long
lssal ritual breviary ando especially romntlahon| l lavulve it n lyrh.titM
forth. the laM which, the whole overdue Integration of the Begins Gloria I 1I"'leClorla ( which rim b. made l

congregation should read and whole spiritual life of clerical (In l."I\lI.h J and Gkirla. e*-lly, without h vlf In al-
Although complete reform follow only the body of the students' with the liturgy. The leads people '; 'a,;, within lee the evUilng liturgical
t expected to take several canon which still awaits revUton. popular lUble service are ., .le.lHtt .
recitation html to a n a> r evfeni.II .
.ears the Vatican Liturgy will be ask quietly encouraged In parishes, but <(<."."*, ,,)
mmL<;slon has prepared an Broader change are also with their pattern left flex Mill however that In

nterlm Instruction concernIng Indicated. On principle, the Ible Details of Confirmationand Dudnus Eit rum tM future there are to tie a

' the Masa and other acre.e. celebrating Priest will no marriage rite within the Collect .obI.cum tt'k"tllOrfmu. number of structural changes

It was made public: (Oc- longer recite privately or Mats itself are worked out. (peutet" (fit's summary tom In the I.....

obey 16)) by the Congregationf quietly any text of a prayeror Since the homily 1s part of for .J) of Collect prayer Prry laths McManu noted l that
Rites the Vatican agency reading that Is said or sung the Mate. and not a catechetical Prays l'oUKt silently while-. tfce tnetrwrtion U the

which has dealt with liturgical by others' w hether by the people Instruction or occasional (latin>)> A\I nW wok, .f tKe new liturgy cotta
( matters since the 16th or by the choir In cane of sermon a general statementof at enl mkMk. .It WM tosMeti by the

entury. chants and hymn, or by the the council has nude s|>eclfk. (\Mrjjt of lilies after

Unlike the change* of Htur* lector In ease of reading Thli : where plan for hlaeesermon %'atts for I'NPle Invites people Walll for "T"\ t.. wtEpl.ll. review by that b *.ly.

(teal texts Into various Ian eliminate a curious duplication. are set up. they must to be sealed to alt people to Mt to (:..1" at The Pries p.inte
wages which are question In the put the rule prevailed tie I In harmony with, the mystery 'Uf'.dI Epistle "' introduce .1t..I. coil of Listen the instruction provide* f rue

ntrusted by the council to that the Priest should of the Redemption. (In absence tlf Epistle E"lalle Epistle: 10 of the vernacular In the
.
he Bishops of each country recite! the Gloria, for example, In some matters the Instruction Lector) EisdstleCradual MM whenever there la ateeigregAlton.

he new Instruction i is obli,. even though the hymn wa I II more restrictive .

tory throughout the Latin sung by the people. than the council's Constitution 1I"llr. r.I..II.I reletimlla

lies of the Church by the ex- This change, making specific on the Liturgy. The altar ; Recites .....e- 1..1. people in Ct'sg' buuk hMt car M.M bjr himself with" only an
reed direction of Pope a dt'(' .lon of the council missile. and breviaries u..e.l Tract quietly, II IkIln (It sung) ItIttfi\ toAtleluM line "boy prevent. mils l. le
i'auL is not Intended to relieve by the clergy should contain Is acing '"{--.
response lie Ik. |ttageeg..1 the Ma.a: .
the l"rie of a small burden. Latin aa well a* the vernacular
The Infraction hat ..lml'lI.f'd It Is Intended) to make clear texts, even when the latter father" MrManu al*<) statctl|

the beginning and the end the distinction of roles or are allows Ordination Waits for.I..v"le. 'invites\ people Reals IIlHoIrrl ) that Instruction regarding

Uf Maw. rum 42 la the prep. parts In the llturg. with, each rite mast remain In Latin to stand to stand Impel after 'Praise. to ltee4Ie'Rerun ionr .febratlon of MM anti

I Oratory prayers as oald by the one-Prlent or minister or except for Introductory section 0'..... olettlsg you 0 ("..... tt.atIwtIng ('WI_ tI.. under both spa

'rl..t and the oerTrr will be layman-taking hi. own part. *. In general' however! dialogue .U.Ieo.ue (If It _MIl tlf s..."."tw flea hate been drawn up but

trapped. The Ma.. will" end the openness of the council with people celebrant tkepel I IJdienItads << Nee Mot ,*4 Keen tubllahed.MM L
[At the blesnlag with' the U.tIC In rounlrle. where" par( of ha been preserved even In 4 Gospel reeds It I" to heat. II made la the

pel and prayer* after' Vl..*. the )1.! are.Ur attend. where naM,"I.)I. document which necessarily (In Latin If ti lath) 0..iel, two apeet. i ef the liturgy In
the vrmr r
[entirely eilmlnaled.Then chant will .. Infrodere. deals In directive and norm read b1 I lector) the\ pee cwt iMtruettem. .he

p .e otnlMlons("" will not roes, the KpUll: sad Cope The spirit of lllrt>,l reewal .**.L!

shorten the Mass very much. tkonld, .( roan., .. proclaimed > tklne through, i In the
tor Is this the Intention of or announced faring. aigsificesra. opening para Waits for 1",1" I'M NNtNNNnNNNNNtNW'

the change. The Ume saved Is the people to whom Ik* word graph..1 the Utlrnrllon. Tb. homily people to sit people" to lit nepM1I1 Clip and sew

Deeded for the preaching Insisted are a4dre....... The sew Inttrnrtton whole Import ., the reform Preaches Oat's t"
upon by the council a* $ gore further, bow.ver doe aol lie In the noveliy Word (before flf YReyer In the !)\ce.... a number f>fare

An Integral part of Masa and sad deMrlt.. the whole but In p*lorl l saline !. ... announcam.nts. .tc) Faithful pretantton1 being mate" ,
also for the new "Prayer of new rte foe this "Ul.rgjr p,..... the parhal mytlery* Leads 1T1.r U tit Implement the tine of Knr
the People. The latter brief of Word of Uod. belter.This. or Faithful, 11 any any Itch In the M*-. when U UInlnahiceif

terle.. of in vocation or pet .... on Ibe First Hun
(ikm 1* ta be Mid or sung at At low Mass, for example, mystery of the Death* ,.. i"t,'I,, 1 .ftanl.. '" day fII jttfrvnl. The ,....,'
:
the completion of the service It Is preferable that the lector Resurrection and Aicenslon },l' \\611.1 for people /atlbl ;.op ,yt 'f.: r A, ,,l4t for perish taw Mat a porn

of finds Word (reading, whether cleric or layman of Jesus I II celebrated In the papal. I. fund to .un' 1. Rest., lit)" cf whkh It shown 01
homily creed) lust after the should read the Kplntle while Church "through the sacraments Begins aNd this pep, ronie irons the
rr"'l withIn
Priest aays: "Let u* pray." the celebrant linen The of faith that., chiefly and heads peopla desk. i>f a memlier' IIf the fH
celebrant
The actual text of the prayer sam lector may read the through rtaptUm and the rKlutWM ."...." liturgical' ('i>mmu.i.xi.

of the faithful however has chants follow the EpU- .:uc ha riaL" And aroundthe .. The ftorbii rathaiw. plane t been left' to the decUkm of tie unless) there are sung or celebration of the Holy 'AJonJ b. with,yma'. _. Iteatmnd. .*.wM that outline peat
national conferences of Dhh recited' by other Th Coepel Eucharist; "are ranged the -I .t u1 prays t we**.

reading Is reserved to the other sacraments and sacramental get lia.l.M ate tntMe>| lot ell?

pII.On.. contradiction In the deacon: second Priest or celebrant by which the pchal (tjmlinwd rest "HU) ..4. .**. ".\. pMlern. for iruh
.
hinwelf. Even: at tow of ChrUt 1 I. unfoldedIn '
mystery |hew Me** thIs week and
rite of the Mae ha* been partially
corrected. Three of the Mae, the celebrant. may remain the court of each Church t MH..NNN..N.WMINN.gNNN.

mot solemn and public prayers at his seat through yearome- .
theee reeding, thus ."'llha...- will be disappointed

Prlet recited up to the quietly prevent by will the lag hit office of presiding that this or that change hat Vatican Council's agendaon Pope Paul warns In Yugoslavia

be sung or said aloud for all over the service. and take hi* not been hlved at once burr. .:.,..., .Ill Why Amon?
place at the slur only for the But the Instruction pilots out laziness The Y"....., g" erf'mMit bce
to hear and to reepond to. against .
celebration of the Buchartt repeatedly Its proYlalonaltharlt'1. Eastern rites reviewedVATICAN ..ke-| the t'.1 tIobcI |lU"w|>e Tkk ....**.* saw sell
They are!: Itself, beginning' at the Of. .' and the nereMltyfor In that rwoitif. 'U skip lien ales r.*.i"i.' hdv'sm..

1. The prayer over the offerings fertwyT gradualism mentlurtert In NC Following U a *f 'UU'U lilt 1111 .-.-..... ,......... .... na nwe ..4Prieste ....... N. a psi...b..1
CITV ( )- summary Vt ha rmif MItlhollr
called the pui* Taut
secret lash In Ike ll.l Lwhels..
help pil.wkvr partkit the ease of (liturgical education _hot fwri clgrete1 ,
tlon and to show that the and bMtructlon, forma- the proposition on the Kaatern Chtmhes diacvwaH by the thai "the ru1 fir from the ......." he tltnlmsl The tiMtoM .! w,1.. I. dale.hrl .

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10 The Porida Catholic, Friday, Oct. 23: 1964 .. .
i Pope to attend India'sEucharistic


Archbishop Slipyi holds

Congress

attention in Council roleBy -

cc........ 1m. pare I) The three conditions which
.
iv. reflexion Pope Paul laid down" for the
of prolonged
Father Vincent K.: Smith Ject
ROMK:, Italy-Monday's session of the Council closed and fervent prj>'er. visit! were: in
Meanwhile the had 1. "Ultimate simplicity"
the session on the Oriental Church. The 2100 Council i 4 4r reported that the press Prei-Went the tradition of GhandL

I Fathers include prelates of the Eastern rites, among of India had extended an Invitation 2. The visit must be spiritual .

: whom is Archbishop Josyf Slipyi of Lvov who spoke in : ... .; to Ills I Hollne.

I the name of the National Conference of the Ukraine ; .. .. -' -... J ...... .: -P...;. While the press carried on 3. The Pope must!' meet the
U II Archbishop Slipyi is truly one of the living martyrsof speculation on the possibility poor regardless of conditionsor
communist persecution. of a visit the Pope told Car. creed. He was the servantof
The reply: "That Is Bishop llnal GracUs he would not the servants of the world.A .
I met his Archhlshop brief respite SUpylduring from Jldnlllo Crlstea of Rumania. B | t come to a decision until De Vatican official has .

That Is Cardinal Stefan Wy. jlw i cember.On ready been dispatched to
a mall morning's man wearing session a He beard I Is a stynokl of Poland. There Is a -fr T r. 1ik*_: September 30 Cardinal Bombay to make arrange

newly appointed Bishop from GracUs received a call saying ments with Cardinal Graclas
ai Is customary in the Ka: item "
rite, lids eyes showed the India. that the Pope wanted to see for the historic visit

sorrow of persecution but he Hundred of the Fathers him. Sitting In the antlchanv The Pop has requested

was able to evoke a smile for from behind the Iron Curtain hers, recalled Cardinal Grac- that nations throughout the
all who caught his e>'e. In mission countries are the las, "I said 15 decades of the world send food and clothingto

It was at the coffee lounge guekts of the Holy" Father rosary to the Blessed Virgin Bombay.
.t St. Peter's that I saw hundreds Mary hoping for the best, but
of Council Fathers The Pope must house them summoning up enough cour There the Pope will dl*

whose"" dkK-et.es span the while they are In Rome for age to face the worst tribute them to the poor as a
world. I hall the opportunity the Council as well as take -e"--- "If the decision was unfavorable physical sign of his deep con
.jE
of talking to many of the care of their travel expenses. w I had thought of sayIng cern for all the piwr of India
". Bishops which I II truly one Although they feel Indebted > / to him in Latin 'I have and of other nations of the

t of the great: thrills of being a to the Holy Father, It Is apparent ; 44Vi //- been shipwrecked in the has world.
visitor In the Council.I that the Holy Father bor1." The Pope, like his patronSt.

I I met a young Bishop from has a great love for then Paul Is truly man on) the
nUhops who are bringing! the The Cardinal was greetedby
Vietnam who spoke glowing move.
ly of his ixwple. He mentioned consolation of Christ to r.'f''uted ; 1 ws'w.rirl, the Pope| with the words
"If It pleases. the Lord I come
Christians and
plant.Ing
that he had HO( Priests In
his \icarlate and these servedfor the Cross of Christ around Council Fathers in Rome to India"The Chapel planned
the world.
some 20.000 Catholics In Cardinal summed up
1,0 MX)V (!S C
the highlands of his country. In Council chambers missionary Council Fathers, at the start ofa ica Itself. At left is one of the two the famous obeliAk, Is the Via della his emotions saying, "I knelt( ) -Catholics
and Protestantswill
Just after we began our and martyr alike sit busy day, emerge from their arms of Bernini's colonnade enclosIng Conciliazione.series down and clasped his hands Anglicans share the estimated that.
tide by side with other lfI'.atrhur'hm.n
conversation we were joinedby buses in St. Peter's Square to enter the square. The opening be. affectionately kitmed hU ring 000 cost of building an Inter
a Bishop from the Philip making< plans for and said in Latin '04.0 Oral-
the spread of the kingdom of council: "hail"-St. Peter's Basil- tween the buildings at right behind denominational underground
pines Thrr..r.. 200,txx) ( las -Thanks be to God'."
chapel at London Airport.
God on earth.
Catholic In his diocese cared -
A site for the chapel was
for by M Priest, all but two
mad available to th e
*
of whom are native born. churches by the British ministry .

Conversations such all the. Diocese schedules dates of aviation. An underground
tare one a feeling of the va.t blessing location was chosen
work carried forward 'in the to avoid Interference from

apostolat of ChiUU the noise of airplanes.Preliminary .
plans call forth
It U obvious to the onlooker
structure to have three
that the Second Kcumenl-:
cal Council( has welded tngeth( churches schools separate chapels branching
off from a central nave
at convents
er the JII hopi of the Churchin new
small episcopal bonds. which will hold ISO to 200
people. Each chapel 1 will be
During these aforementioned

I designed so that it can b*
conversations other HUh
screened off from the tune
) passed by momentarily
ops ,
I
Interrupting to ask, "Who It
that Iliahopl"Stresses at St. Patrick Church. Mon St. Patrick pariah, Tampa.In 1.Monslgnor, by parishioners In the north Bowman OSR. will bless! St. 25: persons.
slgnor Jordan will dedicate the afternoon he will Scully will bless Brevard county parish. Sisters latter serves "I...,,, of Anthony School In Brooksvllle -

the new grade school In Father dedicate Tampa's Christ the newly built Corpus Christ of Mercy are housed In Ht. Itomlale from Adrian., at 4 p.m.. October 28. Heads college
.Michigan. of Franrl
HNters "
Lenlhan's Jacksonville School In Terrace. the Ht. school
Child Center. Tempi new Titusvllle convent. This new elementary
parish.Besides. The West Coast dean Mon. The following Sunday, November of Allegany, New York 1.1 located In Hernando Coun 1vssToN, Ms.Mirk*.elt*
the Illllshorough It In the ......t of thll.l-! ,..Ide In the new high school
importanceof signor John J. Mulllns, whoIs 1 two
more new convents ty. (%L') -SUter Jeanne fAro
County dedications scheduled., cure homes, provided bjr the pastor of St. Paul Church In Drevard County will convent In Melbourne.Monsignor Father William J. O'Farrellwill has been appointed presidentof

Pope trip'ATICAN at which Archbishop Hurley JIIU(',.* fur the Catholic Chan In St. Petersburg, will also be blessed. William\ J. Mul- greet Monslgnor Scully Regis College, conducted)

will preside, three others are ales program. bleu a new grade school II* Father Charles \V' Spell- laity who U a prothonotary in Lakeland on Sunday October by the Sisters of St. Joseph

\ CITY NC- planned In the Tampa area: will be welcomed on Sunday, man, pastor of the Church of apostolic, dean of the Central 25. Monsignor Scully here. She is an alumna of the
( at St. PatrUk parish, at the Monsignor John F. Scully, October 25, to the Snell Isle Our Saviour In Cocoa Reach, deanery, wUl bless VoluttaCounty's will dedicate the convent new college, received her master's
Vatican Radio has said that Christ Child Center. and at who presld.a l l over both St. area of Plnellas County where will dedicate the Melbourne newest Catholic ly constructed to serve the and doctor's degrees at Boa-

rope Paul VI's coming tripto Corpus Chrlstl parish, Temple Patrick parUh and the Tampa he will dedicate St. Raphael Central Catholic High School's school St Brendan School at BUttrs of St. Francis of Allegany. ton College and took po...
India isj of far greater Terrace. Catholic High School where School. convent that afternoon. In Ormond Beach. Monsignor They have taught In doctoral studies at Harvard
Importance than the events Monsignor Patrick J. new construction Is beingdedicated Father Irvine Nugent, chancellor the morning h* will bless Mullally will officiate thereat this. Polk County's St. Joseph University and Catholic University

which shook world opinion Tralnor of St. Petersburg will r.pr..nthe of the Diocese, will the new convent in Our Lady a November 1 ceremony. School for many years. of America.
teach will preside at two cer 1)Imw.' as the official who travel to Titusvlll this. Sun
In midOctober.This ... On the morning of blesses a convent in Lakeland day H* will dedicate St. Teresa -
was a clear referent October 25 he will bless the this coming Sunday, and In convent the I.tllIn a
to the ihakeup In the Soviet

government and the i plo When The Florida Catholic Arrives At The Home of Bill Buning

Non device.of a Red Chinese atomic 22 Martyrs'canonization linkedto


The broadcast said ... ,""""'" .. .. .
For the first time In history generous efforts for missions NOT : ,
a Top I I. going on a missionary

journey to another fONLY ':. BUT
continent, among a nonCatholie VATICAN CITY (NC) In hailing the newest saints the government effUUIs and 1

and nonChrlstlan people. of the Church, Pope Paul VI has linked them with the civil authorities who grate

"Thl.lnprt'rtJ.ntN1 g.-.. ancient martyrs of Africa Cyprian Felicity, Perpetua this ceremony by their at THE
turf does not worried and tendance. In them, and DO
cause
Augustine. Speaking in St. Peter's Basilica at the
anxieties or doubts, hut l rallies through their guess officer,
October 18 canonization ceremonies of Uganda's 22 mart .
salute the faithful Cath"
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'l'lrlt.Ith. hope of a brotherhood new unr listed and >'rs. Pope|' Paul said "We do not wish to forget the lies of Uganda and of all 7 OTHER

pear, others belonging to the Anglican! confession who also Africa."
1h1 e
met death for the name ofChrist. lie continual: *On this
wm. I. A trim's ..UUnr$ i..Ire.glhe.lag !I.
Paul VI1 ,Burner ran' h* ." great day of rejuMng we *.x.pre. OUT err
the. lurch 1s I 3
retarded as first re.rret.bepleesse.tatln..1 .
a .. our paternal fellclta-
Th iVp declared. The kill romUeMl."The .
kU enrfrll- African' skits to all African Catholic" 1

eel. Ecti..lem: H..w, and .f rj.ch -martyrs w* do hot open want a new to 111,",.... and religious on the elevatfcin to the altar. OF a t eke

that Prelheriy.. .. .1.! !..... nkkk think of persecution and of families of Kun: >i" and America of these young martyrs of the ABSORB
the ( ..n-h .Ule. .<9. l. carry religious dlffeiences. but of answered Rome's appealfor ( nvxiern era. May their ...

.n with the peoples .f the. ChrUtlan. and civil! regeneration. Latin America with ample and their InUtTetslon TEN MssleV sWtOs' --- ?

whole world.'This Africa Is rUIng' free and pralmrttorthy help In men and in heaven obtain for the 't7 V.'Z

second trip of the redeemed, Ixthed In the bk..t materials, help Ih.I.Is still faithful of Africa. abundant READ

r 'pe translate' Into reality of the. nurttr, the first of anew lir*)*!. St'. hope that they graces of perseverance,
the KUln.nlnl1"Nt which\ era CJml grant they will tot equally anikms to a..M. strength ant gmenMlty. for .

Insures{ he comet It teeth may be the ...., *<. great ansi to ,,,lei ir x.roae' effort anal| the' faith. Ir.y to I PI."'. Inok IT Influence

flea to the effective effort *, prettoua, U their boVlltvalltng > 1ft.trle no .lees .flI.......,. > their proterllon. "I'|"n .- :fZ"
with which\ the Church Is huM!" for the well being nf ChrilUnAfric your betnved ...ntr,. an.1 l A''rI.- .:: JJ id

pursuing the updating. tieeirwtby ('hrlalleedty'a his. *." th. Holy Father auk fee the great gift of faith
MM. for .U your I.....* A ttw."..

juts Pvp a new John light XXIII and a new and lory n'Woi"" in Africa'| during Paul the sUteO.I pt .11 the end .( the r.f*'. "In ptalg ..f dtirtn ..* ii>t> Any Family Is Definitely Influenced By The Amount of Spiritual

look to perrk Hi the ............. k* nre., thtwugh th* I Interred
mMvMry activity.Tber that found In
"Cbrt.lIentty .... U KmlUkiWe son of these new ......., w*
Is a r4"Cia1 l adgntfk.areIn Africa a special 1 .pretU Reading That Enters The Home.
to all of
lovingly Impart yea
the fact lht Pope I Paula lien: and In 'WIU da not open. our ,heart In cnrOUI
..... 1lf'9'HAC. 10 yetar fas tunesod
announcement coinrfcto with" hesitate to see a my ter1 iMs ..utI,1 t.> Mir %.w.r.. i" %edJ .*.. In Africa,
World Ulnton stay and the> tk'iigtt. cut (All a vocation" able. bnsihr. lb. Arshlehut. ivr'Iiulerly
tw ynur eMktrvn, one YOUR FAMILY Is Entitled To A Life
Happier Spiritual By
ranoitlMtlun trf the tt Ugnd -
to
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October I*. th* day love taut" it.pel Afrtra Is the new In Goa

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