The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Catholic blessed last

".\CKSOS"U.J.TPrlt'fts and parishioners of Holy LMUI

"01.. XXV, No. 53 Orlando, Florida, Friday, October SO, 1961 10* Rosary Church here received: the praise of Archbishop w a 'k .
Joseph P. Hurley last Sunday, He ,,'u'with them to bless It p (, p ;
their new provisional chutes erected' on the grounds adjacent
to the pariah school Ti a
Liturgical changesto While the Archbishop"'as presiding at this Jackson
yule dedication, his 1Tpt'tIt'ntaUbJ'UN six other a
structures the same dayun other parts of the Diocese a
(Elsewhere in this .issu4. individual accounts tell the .
stories of the other dedications held on the feast of Christ
be demonstratedST.
the King). f
This coming Sunday,November 1, the Archbishop I U m l 'r'I

AUGUSTINE-Archbishop; ; Joseph P. Hurley has given conference during the scheduled' to be at the Tacipa Catholic High School at :1
Liturgical Trkiuum. p.m. to bless Lourdes Academy for the girls there while
announced that the month of November will be devoted !
The annual) retreat's Mans others of his Priests wilijdcdicate these schools and con
entirely, in the parishes of the Diocese of St Augustine, pta\ ing fur uVre4 e4i 1'11..t. vents: St. Patrick Jacksonville; San Jose!> eon +
to the instruction of the faithful on the forthcoming was offered by Mon+l nurWlllura vent Jacksonville; Corps Christi! School Temple Terrace .

changes the liturgy. English in the Mass( will be effect. J. MulUIly T A. ; St Brendan Schoi (' Ormond Reach; Central Cath. t'

ed on November 29 in this Diocese. During the dayi of the r* olic High School's convent and Our Lady of Lourdes par

By means of eight sermons, four In November and treat th* Uturgieal (\xnmU- Ish convent, both In I jl.It' was ...nHI..... to .hate IUIII
four in December the don has heel \HtJn,*. After bourne.
clergy will seek to instruct the direct* hectic' the. *"""'",
the UlurBkal TrMuum thU The Archbishop was wsl l
people, explaining the reasons for the changes and the seek In St. Augustine area coined| to Holy Rosary lb. .1. church' tar II I- lk. .lrwvotMt _tg
actual changes in question, _
It !U also planned' to set presidency of the Archbishop (' \ meetings I art oM* t parish In Jagik .'* n( |ratr| .their hll""a .....
up will continue to hate In4'f't.InR' planned. onvttke.. by Father Walter .f rrtfk-e, the. &.c.*., la
seminars In the schools with after the retreat. The J. Rucvh l"SS It, paator. H* kmvr. I."c iKrw. Holy Name gives awards I
same purposes In mind The tlrartar of the MUM
Priests' of th* DlnreN having .... .. toM them It wa* a spiritual .
thus insuring that the lt lf a"d the whhh ArchMshop }lurley
people rr |M n r rnn-
the ear of souls In the joy te bl...* the church now Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley pre McCarthy OP. right, national director
ulll be fully acquainted with prUhea the pespls| will Rite. shestaall.h "" *"*".* thtl J'f'OPIe *"". ''nlh .
the are making their annual .: crowning their efforts. in pit. cents Monsignor Charles I.. Klalamler: of the Holy Name Society. Archbishop
new liturgy and I* ready I I. iHlMMlnrrd' letsthe triton v.ltb th..lrAltor. gear
retreat thin "f't'k.Al'thblshop bulhUI1', of his diocesan Priests, with the Hurley presented all the National
for It* introduction on No liturgy hate hoes nn ember 29. Hurley has J.lTnCi1.. II. Th .IrrkhUhop told thtM HKVKN: : >KW: fcmk Pete Medallion Circle award of the Holy Holy Name awards at the con
Name Society. Looking on are! Father vention banquet in Daytona Beach last
n.at... bring' worked
out hjr the I\l rua Llc.r&kal Robert I.. Hvery: O.P., left provincial Saturday
(...........0.. a from New York and Father Dennis

Priests v.ho are members" of .

this Commission under thAt '.:'" '.. ..'.,' .--.. Holy Name men hear

Mass I

Oldest h' St. Augustine Story

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a u DAYTONA llHAni: .1 Delegates to the first regional ami, a Utarjr with 're'tllv",

Mission convention In the eastern region of the Holy Name Bocl are prusumi list tbs coming
4 ety of the United State received a warm welcome! her ) nr.r'trtyrlv

honoredST. last weekend from Archbishop Joseph P Hurley Speaking y*.r* before. ,tieJ'Mot
M e 7' ? cw to the convention that marked the 400th anniversaryof loa"&..l at PlymouthArthhWvop
1 t
It Is A AA the Holy Name Society, be related to the men the n..tk, the 10'1.' / *

a fortuitous and blessed plans of St. Augustine commemorate fittingly its own eudiate., the Catholic KpnUr.U

I- quadricentennlaL' with the Att.,lnlailii. )1.!
stroke that the 400th ann gates to chi, m. "u,1"1. U
It th occasion abet nfth lauds same .hurt at net\<< Vt.Au ,
was '.
of the founding of 1 attend tM rt>nillW l atAmrrlc
versary annual IIk..11101) *'* O"t.II.{ .. the .u4tln*. Thy rall..l their j
the Holy Society f. 1da11w isatt.ntlon, h1lnIt Mlsson al JoI l'\\h.-. d. Inns. haling" spot Nomhr it* bets, I
should coincide almost ex pure Ii, C'f'tIJIMWttt 'with the, Nan' U 0.*l, tie old sal Jlkr >
actly with the 400th anni '' ). c1alelse \\:til* >MfMiM If* "' 1', ''' JI".tI.- aN a-
!telNsins .
,. w4 DMa.Mtj eMsbA + ,
rji d ifc. IwMWi h'' ...,' >- 7
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mission yes
versary of this pioneer :L- Iayl+eta II.wrh, A tilting 1'1t- esle wissl to them by
(Nombre d. Dios) .. .- -I Tiii Mao It Ih* """. ..."u... war she vl.N.'C Akw.sn.bJ.n. / lr>t'*+ Am.rtca's tint
first In America which also the plIfTlmag/ .f the d.l*> "|"N In rn.lr"rt .tI,.* struts parish. ,'r......
.lure .n ih_ Ablest. ."..1nr1
war raised in honor of New wing of Kenny school in Jacksonville blessed des. to rnminvmural Am.rh ,( teeters .f Ik. (.Unifl
God's sacred Name.A ..'* ""ilf I k...< t.'lnnl". wee Ik. fr.*..t...... .( MMOM .
Solemn Pontifical Maa .. Students of Bishop Kenny High to bless the new science wing, He the science building it UM dedication All Souls'observance fb i. three. a "..1 1II."rt." Sisasl ...,4. re'sgeld.g, .a..
,. relrtratrd at the mission School in Jacksonville formed a was accompanied by the 1'rteete which concluded with the 1201) at.4 low, a ,,<'ho church, MIMK. ,.... II
for th* Holy Name men row guard of honor along the sidewalklast present in the proreaalon to the .t ud..nlttYlnr. the response* tn
eluding th* combined eastern Friday when Archbishop! Joseph new wing for the" seieiH-ea The the ),I.... MaM was celebrated In Barry family mourns

regional thin amt 1 demean comer> P. Hurley came to the school content .aa blessed' first and then the gymnasium. set, Calvary

llnrtor Father nt Mlrhael Nomhrt V. Gannon
continue*! his **rnx>n aaytnr: mewl 1 AH IkwU. lUy flees..
The SpanUh Priests' anti Honor Martyrs si Calvary' ('.m.tny tore MIAMI nr.lCII Mntwlgnnr WUliam Berry P.A. pa..

'ettl.ri who cam ashore NT. .lt'<;rNTI>V.- !IIg4wlltllawei addition and "MI l !.. an nest ft J4..**4y. tOt of Ht Patrick. Church .here. was M.l *Md on October
her on September S, lfA i Kenny }Jet.ed+r J .t J. a le. /'Nh.rJean :34 at the hews of th. death of hU brother >rather> Joseph
tllllnf'd this land In the rum "' will be Ufemi/ durtstgIh W .. ftit. l ).f... In 8t.Patrkk's .
J trrrlty pm e'r Harry', 73. II* offered a Aulrmn ftrqulem
or Oxt And they tHird that coming melt la the |ps. .sh IN lit. ........
J-toh p ec on Monday of thl wk, the semi day of thetual
claim' by christening th* h..lyacrt lsh.s of tM !*....e of Mi.Augustine. convent dedicated lM.tg wMi t......4. Sloe UM. in Father Harry's! *rUh' of MUmlkrbrliig Itelan.l. >
store. they first laid nurkta* Ole ca.. >'...>*r t't M a P. (*...tM.. i>( |
down their award and plant }Mf. N.... wish N CtnifP .
e.I l their Omw, Noftibr O* twttaatlan. of tli* Uganda mai JACKM\MIJ.i: addition to the school and anew bishop fongrattthle) the *l .UI ft** tit* ...--. Archbishop<< Joseph r. Hurl y atteihtoj the funeral
I irlll Name vt God. tyr thU pMt Mbtafan' SttiMlar convent at Bishop Kenny High Scb*.,.I were biassed I'rksta ot Jatll-At. aNt Lisa In )"iaml'It.'' Iliai "Mr.'..) prvdrcetuinr In St.
X....... .. It'o them. kaul *.- in Vatk-an. CMy. ArcMUmp Th"* rfn.4ry H .k..4m1 t MIV Augustine was the !. I JI .bo, I'atrUk Merry, another of
taws /i.. ..."' .. nan. .f Joseph T llurky. hH cHnort..tthat here by Archbishop Joseph P Hurley en Friday, October their ,pe.i$&. far their ron H IH._..y i* at fimhsH Meanalgnot Harry broth a
.l to build IMTh ..4 $. th.TMM warn foe ]M fare th* superior
21 After the dedication, tinu efforts /
a s.w .. each pmh hnfcl s (el* .r..
On this gmund the fll ilnI. br tlf .ML J
Ill.I/MT Nay le Uvm of these nurt.rf; gated in the MUM rol'f ilata KoUcmteg" ),f.... the Ann-' tetrlrt4. hla cawgratula fur all.. IK. am*!* '"< UM |*M,. ,." of Mrlwl, .werv .*t I
All ...,..,.... awl is.gUsw/eriv l'.ttvNtne ."...... iernta.r Itsor Tk ........4a releci. r ell
tlwui for their artk4paUon far an iVw uw I w w < el J II", + .... .Ln: IN b1MMe 01 the **. .k..."... his auik a*..
In the Maa,f *. t.....", L... N.r, C... air) 0 wM U''f, kk peg.c. .
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. West Coast dean blesses now St. Raphael School ..01....t. Ml .< Ul. !.. ..>.
Mlfr. "..s. a* arh.y. bbelrrtldhS.
St rrtersberra rw CatlttlM dean tau ..**,MM.i kf the pariah eisw U.8 M
Idwd ins k4 .eed .in Si ......**.. ,.,..... tress. r.o..r 11916uNJ IMe w.........r 4 Mats psqqf.trpna .. Irbaa M. .m M N.rdl.'p .
I last !SaU, by u..porJ0b W"'Jwwr.fcn.M...f err Ntltla. tie t........ ta.odse'y s.A.et .a" .. ..+wrs.d Altar toys finJ IM af.t* s..c.... !JUv.r.*i Archbishop when h. came I
r-Jia J Mdtaa \.,r. taitllr.. wit rstjwr U r> FWe..i A...... >y lent basdL I.... T I.- ....... ,47 >..*M.g wi'k they K Jh fl .*ry to M.M tA< new prorlsiooal ehurehr

tornw 4 a gsard" at tattaaetr. u UaHr gstker.d 1W tie east ad u... aassT. lsrh ..... a.....4 tlMMrt l U n'*.< ''e the Mot abot.

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J The Florid CkthoOc, Friday, Oct. SO, 19CI

Florida Reports.. \Holy Name Banner

MaitlandSt. St. Petersburg Sarasota |T Is with mixed emotions

Mary Magdalen, Blessed. :Trinity Queen of Martyrs 1 that I perform this difficult r'-:
task of writing my last column Daniel A.
The St. Mary Magdalen The annual Communion Father Joseph P. Moran I
for I have thoroughly
Holy Name Society will havea breakfast of the Holy Name presided over the meeting at enjoyed, the honor of servingas I Y"cbto.DIO .

father and son Communion Society .01 .Ble 1 *>t h
breakfast at 10 am. Novem Church was 'aitendeit 'In St. of 'Asulsl Circlet of' Our Lady 't
for thepast
Holy Society
ber 2 at the Villa Nova Restaurant FctcrBburSJ; by TO1 membersand Queen of Martyr Guild was Pre.Ideat.ll8

Guest speaker will be guests. Father Joseph formed on Tuesday, October two years. rather

Larry LIbertore former quarterback O'Brien chaplain of the Texas '20. Mrs. D. J. Michael president w I cannot help feeling -
!sad, but then on the other
for the University of State Penitentiary give: a talk. of the Guild conducted
admit that I look
hand. must
Florida and now a member of At the October meeting of the business, session.
forward to assuming the most derful attendance at the Holy
the Central Florida Broncos. the Blessed' Trinity Men's The new group elected ai
coveted office ever: Immediate Name convention In Daytona
Tickets are $125 and reservations Club the following were lu leaders for the coming
Beach last weekend. The great
should be made by November elected as officers: John P. year Mrs. Charles Gallagher pant president.At
rate I am. Indeed, zeal of our Holy Name men
7th with Maurice La- Hogan president; Dr. Leo E. chairman and Mrs. John Cal. any
for having had this manifested through thel1"questfon.l "
grateful as
rue. MI 43241. Reilly, vice-president; Raymond bert, secretary-treasurer. ?
II. Eshelman, secretary: Sinter Lucclla OSF., principal p4 opportunity and I very much and statements
Kof 0OCflcen thank all of the wonderful from the floor during our business .
and NW
W. McGdVern
George r! the parish ,school, .
members of our staff of officers sessions was most m-
have been Installed .
treasurer and Sinter Eva: Mary OSK.,
for the newly chartered Malt. The officers will be Installed KIned( the purpose of the p and our board of direc spiring.

land Knight of Columbus at a dinner meeting on organization to the 15 mothers b1r tors.Each The Diocesan Union of Holy

Council No. 6618. Firat grand November 9. present Members of St. Y'.V _...........,._ .... and every one of Name Societies Is most for
the them has responded oiost ably that national director .
knight for new organiza Francis group will act as o. tunate our
lion It Frank P. l.blateJlt4 TransfigurationA teachers' aide, and will help At West Coast Deanery meetingThe and diligently to every request Father Dennis B. McCarthy

Sr. The other new officers Include dessert card party, spunDored with the records, charts, and call It would be selected our Diocesefor

: by the Women's Guild typing, and other tasks at West Coast ":)caner of She Diocesan St. Patrick pariah in Largo; Mrs. Fred. extremely difficult\ not Im the southeastern regional

William I Ragley deputy of Transfiguration (Church the school Council of Catholic Women helda erick A. Schmidt Deanery president; possible to single out one as convention of the Holy Name

Brand knight; Michael Slleo will lie held Saturday, November Mrs. Calvin Lallurd and fall rally recently at Clearwater.. Father Arthur L. Dunnigan Deanery they are all entitled to high Society which Is observingthe

chancellor; Russell Schmurr hall.14,There at 1 p.m.will In the be social table :Mr. Thelma Ryan will assist Mrs. Robert P. Herbert, left/ general moderator; and Father John F. Wells and special praUe. 400th anniversary of Its

warden; Richard Tomel, recording prizes. DS health and speech coordinators chairman, welcomed, from the left diocesan director of the Confraternityof I am particularly grateful!, founding.

secretary; Vincent respectively"' also to oar dloretuN spiritual This resulted In our having
John P. of Christian Doctrine
All the members of the Monslgnor McNulty, pastor guest speaker.
Meagher treasurer; Nicholas parish The last Monday of the director Moiulgaor Harold F. the pleasure and honor of the

MuNcato financial secretary and their friends<< are Invited month has been chosen as the Jordan, for his (Dldaa... and presence of our national director
to attend and asked
Also, John Bowen, lecturer; to please bring their are own regular meeting night of the JacksonvilleOur Miami Orlando Charities good roanitel.I.I at our diocesan convention .

William St, Lawrence, advocate cards. Tickets, which are a group Lady of Angela Barry CollegeThe was gratified by the "on- two years In surer

; Richard Moon, Charles dollar, may be purchased at Bradenton Forty Hours Devotion In Miami Ballet will perform adds to board sion.

Cattaneo, Inside guard; Jo d. the door the of St. Joseph In Daytona Beachst. celebration
day the party scheduled to begin Our on the cultural series of TbU 400h anniversary

ward Mloduckl John Me or In advance by railing Beginning November 1, lady of the Angels church on Harry. College/ Miami, November Paul ws a fitting prefaceto
staff of
Manus, outside guards; John either Mrs. Kenneth Kladnlk Priests of St. Joseph parish November 1. 8, In the Barry College agency, St. Paul's Catholic: Women's Ihe forthcoming obcerv

Lyons, Charles Melley, Thad at 5z: : .lfIO() or Mrs John Even: will add one Sunday Mass, auditorium. Club met last week with sue of the fI..drlt'nt..1a1of

Kurek trustees at 52 .4/J7M./ the 12 noon MasH at the 20th The 11 o'clock Mass that Miss Kathleen Essex ORLIN110-The board of these officers taking charge; the founding of St. Angus

The state deputy of the St. Mary Street; Church, making the day will I I. the Mas of Ex. daughter of Mr. and Mrs directors of Orlando Catholic Mrs. Murray L. )McDonald II...

K 01 C. John DIVlto, welcomed Mass schedule on Sundays as, position It will b, a Misty. H J. 0 Frfwex, formerly of Or. Charities Bureau elected four president; Mr*. Charles Board-
The I iii Invited
the officers and meml public to patronize follow: new members at Its fall meetIng man vice-president' ; 101 r .. Those in attendance witnessed
small children's
eintata. A Undo<< will be among the solo
rs of the new council Other a pariah benefit St. Joseph 28 t h StreetChurch held here this month In Frank Ward secretary; and a program In memory

guests at the Installation planned on November 4 at 1 6, 8, 10 11 I and 12o'c choir from the neighboring istsSister Cecil the agency office. Mrs. James Sullivan treas.suer. of the late President John F..
Mary Agnes
which was held at the East pm. at St. Mary's Hall 420 lot\ 'k. parish of St. Paul will provide The newly elected board Kennedy, on Friday evening.For .
fifth O.P. of Barry College has been
Colonial Drive council chambers South. Sponsors Twelfth Avenue downtown the music. Kach eveningthe members are Henri Guertln, Mr. Frank J. Nelson this we may thank one
chosen the Florida Philosophical
of the dessert,
Included Joe Martin card party chapel, 7 and 0 o'clock. reposition\ ceremonies will AsHoclatlon to reada G. Albert Shepp William M. chairman of the ways and of our fellow Holy Name

state warden; John Rage, district are Mary's the Women's members Club.nf the St. Port Orange begin at o'clock. 'Closingwill paper at the 10th annual Ilrien and Frank J. Cllento. means committee, announced members from St. Paul! parish.

deputy; Jack Neeley, Kplphany: be on Tuesday, November meeting of the association Thomas J. Aglio executive plans for a rummage sale to Jacksonville Beach United

state Insurance repre nta. Holy Family 3 at 8 o'clock. secretary of the Orlando Bureau be held In November, a States Marshal John E. :Ma-
A card party will lw held at October 20-31. In St. Petersburg
live; Milton Heckwolf of A silver ten W 111\ 1 be givenIn I Florida In his report on the Christmas bazaar In December quire Mr. Maguire was a crew
social hall In the parish Exposition: each morning at Presbyterian
Council I 2112, George Ray of honor of the Sinter of St. agency's recent activities, announced and a card party and member with our late President
on November 10 at 1 pm. (Monday and Tuesday) will College Her paper discusses
Council 5150 and T. J. Mlrhaels Dominic on November 8 from the appointment of benefit show In January Mrs. aboard PT boat 109. His
Table prizes will be given at follow the 7.10:: o'clock Man the philosophy of Saint I
of Council 637 grand 1.4 p.m. The Holy Family Bernard William Sullivan Jr. Catherine Lowry and Mr*. comments regarding his close
this benefit sponsored by Sermons will Iw given by Thomas Aquinas In respect to
knights. Women's child welfare case worker.Mr. Walter Jlo be
Guild will arrangefor as lord will cochairmen associate President Kennedy
members of St. Anthony Cir Father Richard )t. Plunkett the sensory and rational apjwtltea -
Father Hubert Reason Is the event. All members of Sullivan, a resident of for the rummage were well received and appraelated. .
cle. Mrs. Frank U. Kruse Is O.SA and Father William and Implications for
the new council's chaplain. the parish are Invited to at. Orlando and a graduate of sale. The various circle of the .
chairman. J, Lunney OS.A. social ethics.St. .
The temporary meeting tend to meet the Mxteri. Utica College of Syracuse club will be responsible for To me It Is also most fitting

place for the Maitland Council CDA University In Utlca New table at the bazaar. Members that the biography of the life

\ will 1* the communityrenter. v4. York. were asked to bring to and era of Augustin Verot,
new members have
The Knights will meetat I been received Into the The board meeting markedthe the next meeting articles for first Bishop of St Augustine
8 p.m. on the tint and third Ann Catholic second anniversary of the layettes to l", given to needy has recently been published.This .
Wednesdays of each month. Daughters opening of the Orlando Charities families.
of America "
Presiding were book entitled liebelBishop'
For Information call the Bureau office. Mrs. Mary Bruckner will be
loin H. U. .
Cunningham was written br Father
grand knight, 8382370: or Ml- In charge of Communion
deputy and Mrs Kit TallahasseeStudent breakfasts Michael V. Gasses, director .
chad Rlleo, 616604e.: the club on the
Mullenax grand<< regent, Center third Sunday of each month. o' the Ml *lon .Vombr.

OrlandoKof ClearwaterSt. t- There will be a aeries of Father Michael Madden de Dlo In 8t Angnstlne.

St. c.c-.u. four lectures, given by guest assistant pastor of St. Paul's, Father Cannon's book Js

0Alborl lecturers at the Catholic Student spoke to the group on the not only and
John O Flahertypoke interesting enjoyable
,.,or.... was Inulaliixt Center of the Florida work of the Confraternity of
to the members of St.t'eceila also moat educational
as the faithful navigator s. State University during the Christian Doctrine In the par.
Women's At this
Club on the writing I am
of the Monsignor Illih month of November.The ish.
Confraternity of Christian not half way through "RebelIilehop"
op Council 2112 fourth degree first lecture on November Melbourne
Doctrine. There are now 71 but have already
general assembly", by vt 1, will be Mike
given by
active members In the parishprogram. Our Lady of LourdesForty learned much about the early
C. Ilarlos.
Beaudoln. city editor of theTallahassee
Attendance st the Hours Devotion will history of the Catholic Catholic
A formal! dinner dance was Democrat He
Wednesday, evening Initruo. be held In Our Lady of Church In Florida.
heM .
following Installation will the
tpeak on responsibility
tlons for high school students Lourdes Church, November Again I sincerely and
of officers Guest speakerfor / of the The
the has nearly doubled since last press. tec- 1-3, Father Peter C. Dolan re warmly thank all of our Holy
dinner was Abbot end be
speaker will Sister Joseph -
year, It was noted. ports. Sermons will be given Name men of the Diocese of
Marion Howman of 8t I oAblNy. Marion OP. on what, Is
Mrs. Francis Wlntns, president + by him and by Fattier Law. St. Augustine for their unstinting
t a nun. Dr. George Lansen
( announced that the P and .
annual t rence Redmond. The support cooperation
Other officers Installed derides the third speaker will choose
memorial' Mass for thedeceased tr closing holy hour will be held during my tenure of of.
Ysvurske his
were si topic "Life In a Student
members tit the Club at 8 fice.
p-m. on Tuesday. November

George: Ray. Paul Vasclk, Ed Dorm In Russia" and
vrlll be
on November 11 ate 3.On.
Maynard Frank Vandentios- John Hunter, the last speaker

ache, Fred DahUtedt' Wll- am. la the series, will talk onJuveniles Monday and Tuesdayduring
l1'lrYo'atr Beach Circle Is the devotion th.r.wlU St. Petersburg
Ham ngly. Rlgho AleMan- In the
holding, a rummage ale on Patrick's school children Tampa be a drl and William U. Smith. The l lectures are free and
Novemlr 24. Anyone having Mans at 8::30 a m.

rummage may rail Mrs. Law. Led by a croMbeairr and pariah altar Manuel Morales assistant pastor welcomed open to the public.

St. PetersburgWE rrnce Knepper. boys, Wests took part In the dedication i. the visiting Priests and presented Members of the southeastem DANIEL T. WINTER I CO. ALPINE

There was a total of 1140 ceremonies last Sunday at 1 Monslgnor Trainer to the crowd province executive council Ho.p;'.l.School, lands Tfc. .l MW Nurtm? Horn
cancer pads made by the of Newman Clubs met In fee tfo fuwit I 1ft
wwnwn Mrs. Anthony Irohof p.m. for the new Ft Patrick School in of parishioners present for the event. Vakkwu October 16 and 17. 401 FUrMs; TfcMtre VJ
announced that 97* hours Tampa. St. Patrick' school: children Scenes like this were repeated in several Father Thomas Payne and Pet**!*** I474S7)

FIX. were given to the Morton F. formed a guard of honor on the sidewalks other parishes on the same day VaklosU State College Catholics "*" *. 12-4)11 W4 2lit Ave. s.vth

Can Plant 1I0001.at.llrum March t<>*> outside the building Monalgnor u the Archbishop and other Priests were In charge of hospi

October. Patrick J, Tralnor of St. Petersburg of the Diocese presided at dedications. talities.Attending.
IWach blessed the new school. Father the meeting were J. Ue ll.lerJPresident
Boats the province officers and

representatives! from ether

Mowers schools In the province of

Call RED'S . North and South Carolina

: Georgia and Florid Florida

Portable (.Up*'* S.rvke ., sent delegates from TalUhas-

347-4734 see. Gainesville and Winter Lo. am?.

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I norgU will be putting out I 1.,. IS.. I.hnb.r
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3 The Florida Catholic Friday Oct. 30. 19tt1

It Pope speaks of
Deaths recalled 1 1V

trip to India

Uganda martyrs.. now canonized for congress

By Donald F. Brophy lhment was Charles Lwanga, 1'ATIl'.l'ITY (:\C-

N'CWC News. Service a leader vf the o.tbtUn. Ip Paul VI has expressedthe

I The canonization hope that hU forthcoming
at the Vatican on October 18 of 22young lie was placed in a separate at attend
to India to
men as aalnta and martyrs of the Church was the pyre and burned! slowly. He International visit Eucharistic
final chapter of a story that began in Uganda in Africa died constantly Invoking CvxU Congress in Bombay will not

in trial and agony.It The others perished in alarger
INKS, the ftrvl Catholic draw attention away from
was midway In the 19th to die fire burned until nothing .
(hntt in the Eucharist, the
fur faith In Uganda. Hewas
when the remained bodlci
century first Catholic of their .
nut to be the la. \ery center of the congre1.We !
missionaries, all of them t.Mwanga but ashes. In all, 23 Cathollctand :

White Fathers, penetratedinto next forbade theteaching 15 Anglicans died in the would prefer that our

this area In the heart of of religion to his sub fires. Three others were tniUAunl Journey *lll result

Africa and began making jects. His anger reached a spared, and from them the In honor for Him alone" the

Concerts. The king (Kabaka) peak once more when he detail' of the execution be r..pe tutu those attending hu

of what Is now Uganda was learned that a page named came known. a 1. fl'l\nal) audience last "'Hk.Ifl' .

Mutesa I who encouraged the Muwafu. the son of a high Devotion to the Uganda .Mill. his trip to IndU

Catholic and Protestant mUloneri court official called the Katlkklro martyrs spread quickly I ".houM KilmuUI the M M|. of

despite the oppositionof \ had been instructed bya through central Africa in thin who attend, anti ofthnoo

some Arab Moslems. lay catechist, Dennis. Se- 1930 a sown 37 years after whu follow the Ku: .-h.rl ...

As Mutesa grew older. buggwawo. The t'atechiat111 their death, the 22 Uganda ..llr (VngreM from a ill*.

however European Invasionsinto executed immediately martyrs headed by Charles l.inre, tc. rwnrenlrnte all thea..re

the neighboring Sudan Lwanga and Matthias Mulumba on the ." .tn, of the

and Tanganyika convinced! Manypersecuted were declared blessed by Eucharist: sad the MrrlfkUl.
him that the millenaries Pope Benedict :\,', | were paving the way for hoe- The next day Mwanga _
ordered Eleven years later In 1 U.1! _
tile armies. And when Mutesa all the Christians\ in hill Sisters RlchlklU Buck and M The Pop died in his hv, pointing out that hU
1881. con. Mwanga. court to assemble. About 30 Mary Atoyit Crlbkt of the r
began to persecute the Chris youths -Catholics and Angli Missionary Sisters of Our listeners "'f* In tM the he.ul
tlans) in earnest. cans-presented themselves n 4 r>f the Catholic Church: the
Lady of Africa, came down
LIMB' ",,"."
*ith illusions about
At this time moot of theminftlonariea no wan- with a virulent pneumonia;
were forted to gays Intention plague which had killed hundreds Thou N Mkoil"But. : who I h

flee temporarily leafing the Then the prisoners began a of persons in central the true "beat of the C'hurcMoil :
long and Paul tells us cfearly It I U
'Infant Church In the hand of terrifying march Africa. They were taken to
from Jesus ChrWt.' lie 1.4 1 the supreme
Mwanga ---
Uy catechlut. summer lodge the hospital and treated with -
near Lake Victoria to the city sulfa drums The other Si- .'nh, leI: heat of tho! wh.4.I

In 1885: Anglican Bishop Namugongo.. The victims tern and lay Cat holies. prayedto And the from that fire the world' Church, which IM ills M> glow can truly light
James Hannlngton was murdered were bound together so they the Uganda martyrs for a .ly.

on Mwanga'i orders could hardly walk. Several "Are there then two heals!
while his killed cure. This is a picture of a little shrineIn people have placed flowers, and ran nrdy, born In 1917. was assassinated *"
on way to assume were on the way. A Three days later the Sisters of the Church
his see of Eastern Equatorial soldier, Ponslano Ngondwe, were completely cured. TM the heart of Zagreb, Yugoslavia dies.<< It la a very touching tributeto last November 22. (The. captionfor Th* tape aM. the answer"

Africa. Suspicious that some confessing he hail become a doctor attending them declared Before the photograph of the as one who stood for liberty and this picture U a quotation from ..W an easy e0. and you all

of his Christian attendants Christian. was killed and his that the drugs alone sasslnatcd U.S. President John .'. faith by people who feel<< deprivedof him). know It Th. true and t\\\

had told the missionaries of flesh scattered aluo alongsidethe could not have accomplished Kennedy, these deeply" religious their religion President Ken- pro. *.s '*-1 l tt the Church.the .

his part in the killing road so that the marchers the feat in such a short time. -- -- ---- only a"mrf* of Its salvation. .
Mwanga confronted Joseph would realize the fate that U Christ' ths Lord."
These Mere the two mlrarlrs Visit cancelled
;Mukasa Ballkuddembe, a awaited them.
appnned ..d published. Sum and substance The I'nnlirf pUlne4. thatI'hrl.t
court favorite and a leading While the march was in 'nl'Jt'nMialulII: )
Christian. Joseph reprovedhim progress, more Christians by Top. rant M .In a ruu.l.l > ,U present on forth
tory Ul July 31, the mint 1.U..t l.* Cardinal Kornlg of Vienna through the e"errl.. of (haISMer.
for the act. Enraged; were taken prisoner In the work visible
Mwanga ordered him killed surrounding countryside. bats led to ranonlutlun.Sister told newsmen here Iswt weekthat Holy/ Spirit's today | M* nferrt4 ... tbs

Among them was Mathlas. he baa given up fur Ow al".tI.| and Ihelr ..err..nrsrII.
Joseph| wa beheaded sod nkhlldls died in 1053. "01" UW must exrit- sod the (>rih" <.H>x ho hats stntoil.Indootl. ;
Kalemba Mulumba Christian time his to visit
a being plies
but Staler Crlblet is still active WHAT
tbra bnrned Aovember 13 '''-''It Mvvrnl. from ...UiCiih.
leader in the village of In KUuU. Uganda, and Bishop Aaron Marian of ADM.. time la all Catholic lie wanted In rerviW
.>lli <. anti) rn,i.-i.nU for
Mltyana.Mhen. was in Rome for the canonisation. Julia In Kumanla TIM Car* hi.tory The era of Ht Paul l all I IIUiMolf | renturlo udritnlynil
10 are
New TV station nat said RuoMatan. lID'... onnlal and vtatWo
Mnlnmbs tint de. SUter RIvhiMis has a gront missionary JourMys lather .< uixjiiMtluiubly, growing mannerthrouth

BOSTON! (:M')-A new picture railed his faith and then re brother and a alter still in mm officials have not yet The momav.1 l atntMls lee t> 'II iinr in faith" ant| lovsw the Mproms ministryr4
the religious UN. Brother acted on a requeot for a ,... John It.Hbeerln. anhratlnst. cwnfmtd on the
was beamed into homes fused to go Xamngongo Church .... elsIe The
here from transmitter atop with the others, be was ton Paul Buck W.}', stationed in be mode two mamba a o. tweets Sharing idoas not of IN apoatios, on I'9t.t.

the Prudential Tower building lured on the .pot.It Los Angeles, was not able to The 78eroH HununUnBUhop CrusadMiT The Mermatloetand .heed of tM atmrtkM. and hood

as the Boston archillcone's attend the ceremonies Staler was Jallvd for a time, the CountH'RefortMo I |It i lust sit acvtdont o( hisi t* the CKurth.Th .

television station l Is said that his' limbs Sultberta:. U stationed at the anti sine his r.....*. IWIM lion, i chat Borneo CathoUon r*/ote tM. Pops, thoXMTOOSUT

'US-TV broadcast its first were amputated first at the White Sister convent lit years I. has teen v,,rly I am beghmlng to feel\ that ..> .! i't.ts toiiu urn ","", nil "' of M. lots &Is >o...
ankles and wrUts, then at the )Manchester England and restricted the performance will to I. fur. a the MltM idea nhuUt tM hooil of the Cfcurtrt. but
program our present era I..e
Initial programming Includes knees and ,Iho",'" Strips of flew to Rome. of his duties I..* the must caching iweV.11.1 l Unity, los anti peaco to 7auJ. the worship nl lest IT There .ttU....tlfMt.
fuU public commercial- flesh were taken from his the history of iVNostHMn.KIIT ly divided world. hire been |>raHet liturgical 1, ilertvtitg' from ChrUt"Of ,
body and roasted before his '' TM Holy Spirit ls workingIn movements within (l'atht\ -
entertainment programs directed It ..e.ms to nto that the
eyes. Through the torture 'Faith of our Fathers'Jactscnvilfa sn ...tu"bh&nalIII"' Urn ant I'rClt..ntkm."I. .
to all home viewers. Italy Spirit bus been working
Mulumba said only "My God. fashion t'I'Uy as though liowtv
The present broadcasting: My Cod. w.ay ...... w....... ,.......... ........ ., Be r...... M gt5 nuiro COfWw ljr, Intensely saying, to e.Kh.\4I.>f us, .. tk. Italr Hlrll ruse<, i.
schedule is from 3 to midnight ka4 unmistakably bi our time .. tt'rs11111iTtIY( .
pas ...., l w awrMHrn M if
are .S ... '
After three days of agony, n ... Wial you du *4 to Mia l.4Ie.. ....,." IIn' "', 'tun \
seven days a week.: But ,"U' n in any prvtlmis ala .... .Mls II sews .lHr tide.t' ,
on May 30, ISSrt he died. WIVY. low i. restore tM |1.1 unity of IMITirlalian reccvwl first ,, lid esfitlntt.
Wl US-TV will shortly begin Mif In that wonderful p.rkul / It fe in. lUljr MplrU IM. a.ahe. 4 '
a slx-hour educational schedule Another martyr who diedat S.t"J.y. 12:10: ,.11'I.' Jut after IVnt....t when Its family' *" and th .. woelbg I. ..... ,..,... t( tifnilles, Mii>rl.s ant I {

commencing at 9 a.m. this' time was rows Ma. WFOY. 1240 US endowed tine early Christians human family' LI. ........,. lraxll4 of William' Xhjtke,
Richard Cardinal Ciuhlng waggall. a catechist in Mityana. St. Augustine with th* gift of tongues eel |''..re II was aniMiurtcoil/ here.
In issued Lashed to a tree, he .twJ.y, 12:10: pjn. Jlfot"" eey. Working ovidont Nor ,U the Holy "|4rll h....- TM sure vnluiiM a r.'il. ....
a statement jut\
prior to the first broadcast was speared and left to a packof Beach WNDI. I IlSO ic Torlsy It alsmsel. eeemN the Ing in the' mailer of teuhigieel I.., < gout .. J. 'rb+tef In IN.) n
dogs which tore at Daytona VMt has Mppe/sed at IMVwwnrf ... ......... .,.
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savage U .
said more than 140,000 parochial S.*urJ.y, 12:10: pens. y.u ran remit out *...! txtffcUk Vailcon Council u tM girt .f Mt J<>hn V
his living flesh. wostMttrlMd Thor u... whonPrtitostanu of ,
school pupils in the IMy ll p4rtt st w_It. (.... tM ... wns a Dnhorce N'.MIle. Mary
Three days before Vu rumba Eau Gallie- by Ur KOMso .Insisting on lord and 1''la.Daytona.
archdiocese .iU soon be ri wIng VVMEG, 920 U wwW have to he awfully .I.l w rovoHitton" sad. It had
dferi. on May 37, the marching *MrrtNMrt .loss's"l .. a ruled
morning programs' broad victims arrived st Nanufong MelbourneTallahassee Saheday, 1 12:0': pjn. .M to deny His. ymsstiro.II all IM rstorml signs of a faith. ........ span trorttllonas .

cast by WillS Tun" \. where a number of ".... WTNT, MM keS l. In s Very true ..- tan_. vMlhk t.wdtdln.Thhe an uu hruilan papal. IN Beach

,,\\\"\ \""\"\\\\\ were being prepared for these .tdaf* I MO SWM.WDSH. the _!. ., the IMjr' ..r''". wry prwennr of frotsnlant m vtiun Within$ ,...... Father Enamel \\'.F. aM snAnffticen ula nrirs .< IM basal has N ... a roSBik UcfcoMtfo .

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The Ufe of Our Lord God's world '

Catholic CommentThe All generations revere Virtue of meekness is not weaknessIN

make It necessary for us to
today's highly competitive
administer a correction to another
Blessed Mother's wordsELIZABETH'S world the virtue of
person and to do so
will and the meekness carries a very low
way rating. The disesteem which with firmness. However,

opening many people have for meekness firmness even adamant
Is for the clear fountain of inexhaus firmness is not Incompatible
many think theology upon "blessed art probably items from Father

Too that it la some mysterious tible truth, impossible to keep the thou among women and their misunderstanding of lu with meekness.It .
J. to be
It Is possible
in our blessed II the fruit of describe quits
teachings of Christ cooped up thy nature. If asked to
of advancedand .
supersacred science firm and still be gentle.In
hearts once we come to know them. womb. Frank J.speed a meek person the average Tresssense

much too complicated catechism Years together with other real- The first phrase we have Individual would answer "A fact the quiet firmnessof

to be avoided at all costs. Actually It Catholics ago he took the then sparse already heard said by Gabrielto namby-pamby sort with no the meek Is likely to be
is only an enlightened and enlightenIng he had and did his best to Our Lady, and there art spirit The kind who never e much more effective than the
personal relationship knowledge those who think that It was stands up for his rights and thundering of the autocrat.
study of our own communicate it to others in an area Elizabeth only who actually who It everybody's doormat." of humor which means and
the God whom we love No one perfect even a
with that numbered less than one Catholicout aid them, and that some l This popular concept of the wonderful gift of being meek person may have his

as the delegates learned this past of every hundred. The Hyde Park copyist put them: In earlier by meekness lj a very mistakenone. able to laugh at himself lie bad momenta in times of fatigue .

weekend at the Holy Name convene experiences and the sessions of inquiry error Two other things Elizabeth He would build HI. Church The truth is that Is takesa has a sense of proportion, too, and stress.

tion. Daytona Beach was the head. says upon which we of strong characterto and understands that charity
that followed cleared up many upon a fisherman and the person The great difference here
Name Society' must linger for a moment. be meek, because Is much more important than
for the Holy genuinely
quarters of his own difficulties and gave him gate of hell should not pre vindication, that victoryover between the meek and the

eastern regional convention and the the matter he would need in his later The lint In. ")tow have I vall against It. Either claim the essence of meekness self is much more significant non-meek is that the meek

36th annual convention of the St. Augustine lectures and writing. It was as simple deserved to IHI tha visited by really would have been monstrous Is self-control. than victory over an man feels ashamed of himself -

diocesan union of the Holy as that the realization that he must the mother of my Lord" If it had not been A meek person Is one whole other. The self-assertive, domineering after an outburst of temper

Societies. The convention fulfilled I complete mauler of his tern win and is quick to make
Name and the person may
Faith gumption
know his Here the word "Lord"means
who know
theme "The Holy Name Man-Apostle Even to those per and ha* .immenne patience more battles than the meek amends if his sharpness has
about it.
least Messla. But
to do something at have called
that all generations : The self-asser
mind towards the utipldlty, the but It Is the meek man hurt another
to man,
of Christ's Gospel, have triedto ir.: the Septuagint, the Greek
The pages of this paper her blessed, there Is a kindof weakness" and even the maliceof the person on the other
who wins the war.
the career of Frank Sheed who is best after that translation of the Old Testament in the Our
point out year year surprise way other people.Psychologists. If I wish to know whetherI hand tells himself that his
known perhaps for his great work Catholic men and women should not the word was used for Lady link a statement of so the virtue of meek. outburst was fully warranted.

atop the soapboxes in London's Hyde be satisfied with the seven or eight God; and although Elizabethhad much glory to her "humility tell us that ness possess, there are a few pertinent He must Justify himself In

Park There for years he ouUuted hours of teaching they hear in the probably never read the ," (better her lowliness). the easily Irritated don't..cros.me questions which I can: his own mind to protect himself -
Septuagint she had a special of Is avery
type person
the hecklers and brought many soul attendance at Sun there .Is ask myself. against his inner insecuri
course of a year's reason for using It in the Here again an insecure Individual. Ills

to Christ through his learned talkson day Mass In every one of our parishes same sense for Gabriel had echo of omelhlnf her Hon angry reaction to contradiction For example when an argu- ty.

the Church. there must be at least a few aid to Zachary that her son wa. to say "I-ern. of me, or annoyance Is a defense ment develop, do I raise my In view of the many and!.

Sheed, who has a degree of doctor souls who could be the nucleus of a should "convert many of the because I aim meek and hum against his Inner feeling of voice and feel a compulsionto larjr virtues (humility, patience

of theology is the author of "Theol study club who would be willing to children: of Israel to the Lord ble of heart." There" are many. uncertainty concerning his sharply prove critical myself right of the? Am mistakes I charity, eU-control)
such resemblances betweenMother
Involved In the of
and their God. own basic worth. practice
ogy and Sanity "Communion acknowledge in groups of eight or of others
in and Hon. It Is weederthat
meekness no
Zachary Wit certainty Only a man (or woman)
bran" "Society and Sanity" and many there still phases those mistakes Inconvenience
ten that are many eternallife
her mind when she uttered who has a wholesome confidence Jesus promises
other books. Through them he has of the Church that Certainly there Is no self me? Do I react angrily
and teachings re. who cultivatethU
the second of the phrases upon in the In his ability to deal to those "

carried many a soul across the often main unknown and unappreciated.Dr. which we thus briefly linger glorification In the reference Magnifi to her with the demands of life, Is to opposition? virtue
deep rivers of theological thought to Sheed's inquisitiveness and "Blessed! art thou for find her in our able to remain calm when Am I Irritable and snappish
humility we when others When Jesus said "Blessed
the possession of that knowledge of will to learn have brought millions thy believing" for Zachary English version once more crossed or contradicted or competence or the wisdom my of are the meek, for they shall
the faith that brings some of life's Who still suffered from the frustrated. Such a person has
closer to God and His Church. calling herself "handmaid" as my decisions? Do I brood unhappily possess the earth He was not
most moments. And because how much dumbness which had come she did to Gabriel and once no need to shout and smashIn
satisfying can now even try to guess over criticisms directed promising world dominion to
Frank Sheed found out early in good will come from the efforts of upon him because of his failure more St Luke's Greek word order to maintain his own Ialn.me or go Intoa the man of quiet strength.
to believe self-respect
that the he knew about God means "slave. The word sullen when blocked Jesus In
life more Catholic men in our own Diocese under When Mary spoke, It was The truly meek man Is anything pout was laying poetic
the more he could love Him he made the banners of the Holy Name not to Elizabeth. startle u*. but a weakling. from doing something I wantto imagery that the meek shall
We startled still
lifetime hobby that has are more do? possess all things forever -
theology a and the
Society pariah Confraternity
Hhe broke Into a kind of to hear her whose soul was Yet, he I* a humble person, If I have to answer, "Yes, which Is heaven.

brought profit to many of us. of Christian Doctrine as inquisitive hymn, the one. we know a* filled with grace at the moment inasmuch as he does not havean Usually," to any of these questions Meekness does not come

Dr. Shred discovered what many as Dr. Sheed and u willing to put in the Magnificat" which was. of her conception andnever Inflated seane. of his ownImportance then I still am weak In easy. But. In terms of happiness .

converts find: that it is almost impossible the time and make the effort as he spoken U Elisabeth: not herr stained by sin, call God In od's schemeof the virtue of meekness. here as well as hereafter

to keep silent once we have comeV10LKNCK was, aurally but only .* a member her Saviour. There I is a vast thing. There will be times, of Its d development well worth

of the human roes, for It was theological reality here. We With humility he has a course: when circumstances the effort.

a cry to Cod and to all men. hall return to 1In these
Father Michael V. Cannon It Is I woven of passages Paul VIWorld
For the moment let us note Pope
from the Old Testament. She
only that God wa truly her
Million of Ntmbrt De Diet must have known the Scripture
Saviour both because It wa
through and through.
by His grace that the WMaved venerates African MartyrsFollowing
Certainly she knew the prayer
from ever sinning and
QR6i\t ClUptGRS in that Anna had prayed at ; -
the birth of Samuel Ii( Kings because, sinless though she Is an English celved English Anglicans as from human memory while

that Is was, she was still a memberof translation of the address delivered Its first ministers, who were before the eyes of succeeding:
2, 110)). If prayer not
lORIO" catholic history familiar to you, do please read a sinful race a race to by Pope Paul VI on later Joined by Trench-speak generations there remains

1 it and then reread the Mag which heaven was closed until October 1* at the canonization Ing Catholic missionaries ever present the shining ex

nificat. The similarities are the Saviour healed the of the 22 Uganda martyrs. members of the Society of ample of a meekness which

breach between It and Gal. NCWC News Service Missionaries of Africa has transformed the laying
(1'r II the dettrnctlnn of the ml. nf Cubs, the governor! of Flor obvious, the difference more popularly
It I* not quite clear whether known as the Whit.Falh.ra. down of life into a propltia-
: also erupted Nun l hln wa the arrival In I Ida| and the king argued the .o. .
Our Lady stayed with Elisabeth sons of the famous sacrifice, an examplewhich
I70U ol Florida's first resident question v/ho should supportthe There U one phrase of Anna IfTiHESK that are clothedIn
\ church at till John was actually and valiant Cardinal LaI,,,,. never loses 1U appal. ||
which we cannot Imagine In white robes who
HUhop. auxiliary\ Bishopric financially are
In 1719 the born. But one feel she must
I'ensicola. May, I (1825-1892)( whom not only
An equitable solution on Our Lady's Up "Now'can they? and whence have theycome |
Spanish; fort and settlementwere of have. Africa but civilization( Itself Martyrs i
invested French Although the Bishops wa reached finally in 1708 I flout my enemies! And ?" (Apoc. 7, 13)).
by Cuba had pressed since 2000for consecrated, there are M phrase in tllut would! hardly have de should remember aa one of
and, Iteslno was many This verse of Scripturecomes 1
warships, and bring too weak the erection of an Independent the most outstanding men to It Is an act of the most sublime
the JoIl.nlflcawhich could the Forerunner's birth
to withstand a siege had to Bishopric In Florida early the next year In Yuca priced to our mind as we add be raised up by divine Providence love of God an act of the
have sounded on of the of her Sea'spres.
never glory own
tan to the glorious list of the
surrender. The two Priestsof highest loyalty to Christ. It
the Council of the Indies de.termlned
but her. ,are.
arrived at St. Augustineon lip saints triumphant In heaven
the settlement, both Fran that the peninsula He Is a testimony a message continually

cleans were given afe escort could best be governed ec June 23, 1700 after a nar Crete; of the.. U ".til Of that birth, and of Zacha these 22 sons of Africa, whose Early teachersIt handed on to the men

to Havana, clenlaRtlcally by an auxiliary row escape 'ron. eleven English generation shall call ni* ry' prayer we shall speak outstanding merits were ran of today and of tomorrow.

Spanish arm later r.* Dlshop of Cuba who should warship. After the warm bl........* when John appear upon the ognlied by our predecessorof was the White Fathers Such U the true meaning of

rovtrrd the fort only to lout have permanent residence In welcome, the Bishop settled Spoken by a girl In her scene once more some happy memory Pope Benedict who Introduced Catholicism martyrdom

It a second lift to French st. AuguiUne. down to his !Ubors.Unfortunately teen, from the least Important thirty year later Meanwhilewe XV. when In June, 1930, Into Uganda, preaching Ih.Got..1 Such is the glory of the

men under the Count de I IChampmettlln. Under this I arrangementFloride all the buildIngs townlet In Galilee, brideof must return to the one he declared them blessed and In friendly rivalry Church through the centuries

of the parish were In the claim after the Vother the permitted the faithful to with missionaries
would not itself he a a carpenter, who, and Anglican Martyrdom was held in such

When the French decided diocese, and the auxiliary ashes, except] for the chapelof : might seem monstrous more Son Wit mot Immediately honor them with private acts and who had the good fortune high honor that the Church

that they rould not hold the Bishop would not exercise La Soledad; no episcopal rnon'troul'tn than the concerned with all these of veneration at the cost of Innumerable wa anxious to gather together

ill*, they destroyed the fort ordinary Jurisdiction over the residence could be provided; promise made later by that thing We must return to Who are they? perils and exertions of educating the accounts of the "Pa.

end the town by fir*. The province; both province and anti, with the Ion of the missions other carpenter, her Son that Joneph. They are Africans first of for Christ these Ions of the Martyrs" and to

church went up In flame IlUhop would\ remain directly the Franciscans had all By their color race and martyrs whom today w-e compile them into a Golden

with the rt.U utxinllnate to the Bee of Santiago almost( ho Indiana to presentfor Question boxLook culture they are true Africans honor as our heroic brothersIn nook of her most Illustrious

When in 1730 the site wee de Cuba, confirmation. Disheartened descended from the Bantu the faith and Invoke u children her martyrology.

restored to Spain hytr.aty. anew He.lno ailed back to race and the people of our heavenly protectors.Yes And such: was the resultantbeauty

fort and thurth were King Philip V ailed favcrMy Cuba only three week after the Upper Nile, peoples of a they are African, and and rrandl'Ul'bat

built on the western extrenv on thU arrangement ...! hi* arrival. Two year !later for light at end legendary past, encounteredby they are martyrs. These are they Inspired 'writers and

Ity of Santa' ROM I land. Someetn |ir...noe4 II to Ih* P..pe, who" he died. the courageous Stanleyand they who have come out of artists to embellish their

) Inter, the settlement gave .pprot*! In May .( ITOX of tunnel take heartq. Livingstone during the the great tribulation." the works with legendary details

was moved to lu present location Named to the new pert wee lat century In the course of quotation from the Holy But the historical truth

where a third church the oldest their haaanlous explorations Scriptures continues: "and
IMonlslo n..lnn. whkh this precious hCOrtSnn.rth.rn.
wa erected Mass guideSUNDAY peoples who settled" that have washed their robes .
mother It We know .
Idlest In Curia. 1..1.' a a s you picture enshrines deserves

The mast klgniricant. religion Several yore' delay ensuedtnfore couple of month .g... It Mae" very little about It, except part of Fast Africa known as Inhe blood of the Lamb. our boundless admiration

.. the HUhop couldbe November I that It U of the Great Lakes, where the Therefore they are before the and should .
event I* winr In H new a place purification move us ta
All Saints. (Mas i>f feast, asides j Ikongn Mao" tt fierce equatorial climate Is throne of Godlb6J.. Hit).
the to
Ida dirlng lhe_ lean>> Mer consecrated, as Bishop on the way heaven. praise God who worked such:
Gloria and Prayer of the gars of age .,. was jails The but feature of It It that! matt tolerable only by the altitude Every time we hear the wonder In fragile human

24lb. Sunday after Pent active. I am pt SO, sad I k- there la only one way out the of the highlands and 'word martyrs," used in the nature and to honor the be.
M. J. Murray Preface ol Trinity. by abundant seasonal rains N... whkh it has ta CkrU.
rust. Cr'ft'tl. rame very III from she. shockaad door to paradise The certainty roes who have written In

.) ....'. were I. get wellUln. of salvation must well rompenute tlan hagtegrapbjr, we naturally their blood the page of that

but )lOSUA Y. November 2 | keep inUklng sheet for the Inconvenience New nationDuring pUture to urrtve* a scene Incomparable book.

Strange trueCopyright All iMiU' Day. (Three U.qulem .* My M-Hher being '.r.... Inptugalorr ) of delay, and any suffering that fin us with horror but ITo be continued)
their lifetime their also with a sense of awe.
Massa offered by u I was" taught which may be attach.ed
mi, NCWC Newi: Sertlca country was a British protect We feel horror at that In-
the intention .
Priest: the first thai' we all nave U (' lien, to It.
orate In 1M 1. however It )uttre barked" by authority
of the celebrantthe Thank. Gel she. received the We haw no Idea of the Unit

m-oml for all the fal<. Ul _r....... any soul may. spend in pur,.. achieved Its Independence, and cruelty wMrii was the
and 0thJ Ue so many other nationson 1ewe of the martyrs' goer I

ful accenting departed to; the Intention A. You should rather try tory.be a For fleeting many Instant It may well Form the African continent and briar fa>n, at the .Ke>MUig of lluf I ; lortJaCatholic 1

thinking of your mother en .U now strengthening its so much Mood and at the '
of the IVp* 1Tt '''. U time measured there
j6 ttn. ImmeaiuraMe. hap* freedom with rapid and spectacular trtwrt" r e< taffeHng flesh
tS: (>.\Y. Notrwrwr SiMa .s It Is here on earth i
ptn**> of haen.. It U by laIn. advance In every OMtUnuMt' witB-awi pity unU

1 .a of 21th Hunday after ...r certain that we OMttttt 1l'. should have great mnfMeewe > branch tt modern tecnAk y .,,"'1 sacrttrwl ,* ..*..

IVneci. UMVUn.n PrefWKDN Rt) to purgahvy before ... in the love and ror- Kampala .1s the natieeial,
ace I of Saviour whogave /.a..d .a. .....,.
gtveneM our
tH M Beaten One ol the punpares capful but the nat Mays Strong faithWe
1 rt.ni.a catsiou asses. .*.
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tnt ecrhrlutkal renter U ., .
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of a rcwcleuec'l; %*.hIo10tc** ate eMranre *.*. Ho*.. who rove from the deed that the first fecal apustettc Hsmrt- of awe at ike sight of Iwo ..ws n..eeo sins

ai tlAw CMI lW :iiw"IOrUM 1,1.0 rglnDat ru 2ml rr*'t' ef 8 aH** And 1 aM metfVWtrt that a He might greet ua In heaven.WMW ate erected lei IfTI and decorobed tour IM-MMIM ta the lees ............. M r a A. ...erue's.
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The Florid Catholic Friday Oct. 30. 19M Rally speakers \

Sacred Scripture :*v ; BOMBIY.: Julius India Nyerere' (iCPreMent ) -ef A pattern for parish Low MassContinued

Tanganyika will be one of the .
( front last week)
Christ the forever rules main speakers eta plant rall"or'of .
King men laymen planned durmg the3sth
tho Eucharist
International KvcnarfccIK Liturgy of

AT thU time of year. with have to administer the laws CongreM, to be heM here

elections of all kinds in of the land being careful to fn>rn November 13 to December .\rllu.Rit. CelebrantReette lust.11.1101' tarter Setter People

the offing Psalm 100 strikes p3M unbiased judgment on 6.General. Off***? Offertory Invite 'Je"J,1Ioe" AUt celebrant Sit

a vaguely familiar note. In it Father' those who oppress the weak CarK R nuK> ef (}:]inngtlshi) to tit atttttal 1

the psalmist, presumably a and the defenseles This he the a onal11RJ"HtIt1.r the. Hymn may 'W' IIIDI Sing
king, declares hU: intention John J. promise to do without fall Philippine wilt alao adores after SmMatHevetlM hymn

cf administering hU office Cattelotmen This wa truly an ideal and the rally scheduled' for December g*.* RKft8Kt Representative

with integrity and upright- ...tnMUou program, a model 3. Among the other .w trait people' bring gift

news both in private and In for all ruler of all time, speakers will be Group Caf<. representative
tmblic Unlike most election' British
Leonard Cheanlre. *
whatever the form of
ipeeche, however It U addressed menu Work War II flying! ace and i ia 0Me ,...sValb (Jthlla

not to the people but convert to CathoMciam who ffir**)
to Coil It in not the uual "11 oho are faithful to the Hut given human wli....*. founded the *Chehre (LMtR)

I am elected" type of speech. lord men of high principlesnul it wa a program wMrti routs Home for the IncuraMea Hi
For in Israel the Jn..t .mih-talUng.. and which could be carried out Stand
king wan several, nation, including Iw Secret \ tatpawiplo 2nWlee. F"epie
rot elected; he was horn to deter uplwrt.nisls.one | | pprefectly only by Christ the ills Frank Steed, AuatraUaM. to Milk .. tot atrltalOh. .

his office. And an awesome office of hiii moat Important King. born )pMolUber and tn.al> far a MaaDryi .... euieaayof

it was functions a* leader of his people King and Center of all\ glen; and Barry L'lanov.: a Sestet dietlegotMe .

The king of Gar people will be that of judge heart and Judge of the living Catholic writer and educator fretresintMwiresg

wa nut merely m chit ruler Without fear or favor he will and the dead from the ntted' Stale Pray* Peahifyt
ect etwith
lie bias 'the earthly representative
of tahweh Fata*** after AnwttWalla Amen

only true King. rnei's changes in Mass

Liturgy r.- far .. 14r ie; ,",
As a result, he had to tmrnr intl'Nltn.ela41Barites' '. ,- ''J
in hU own life the perfections openingilafeffve "" n...... opening

of the King of kings. In allow for variationseffect d cHlff\ie) with

the Introduction to hill prayer (Utto) 'v Priest

he single out two of J'rya heSu. Ihtlnl( .
these characteristic bray standing
dons kindtUM and : perfec W.SIl1'GTCA: "modet, healthy" degreeof The tabernacle may lee located q 1<
judgment. .
variation in the of the Glass be on the snip altar nr ata '"
The last line U a bit puisl- way some parts can :.II
ales akaor .to aon>eother
Ir.g but it would seem to be said will be a central note of liturgical reforms to go into aiftca/rtiit-.er even.part of the SdMCtuaQaf 1 les... 11\ : Reehee. Sanctus
with reUbrantK
a prayer, in qieatton form. in the next five Clkutrcn.Another. :

that God will come to his aid months. cations immediate pact presi *. vartaUon (Ulll-) :. .'/ i
In the of his. piac "
carrying out dent.
ideal program, bestowing upon Leader of the national will tw the PrQtr et the C11MsipflhNcg i... I ti :, m g.belt. .cel

him the grace without liturgical conference said here Two dale, :.Novembernd :e Faithful owning. after the i t........ t .." at.1

vhlch he will surely fail variation wilt be found' region :March i. land. out In the Creed and InclwMng a salve ':;*". uauaier .
to rental. cMoreve to di.ute.e matter vf liturgy reform, It of Invocation w iwtitlon t*> "
Not :
only mutt Coils earth- ?; .
1 and e\f'ft perMit to parish Man noted. God. Thn rauad Include 1 .' n.-I pePisif t ry, : -
ty representative fashion his 0IMIIIitIa 'Hal MM ''i.-:; Rules
prayer* for the skit and the enit .1 0..1 ,.'.. with
own life after the pattern *tb November 21. the lint Sunday (Ison 1us. .
MM such variation atari at each totUvMwal. ..
They ywtan. .P""' .\men
> King.40.. not only of Advent ha been deaignated > .
are befit into" the latent this giving t rwea>.. its'.
that In addition he
muttt be
United Male
major document In the fart- by ur.ical form" to the dslet 1.......
careful about his choke of Btohopu for the start nf the 1'JIIIItC .... ... .
moving reform of theChurch's prayers now amid at weMpl t the
cpunxellors MIa11
flat reform .
major chiefly u
And this U. not an easy pale *c worship, an vt U time fee* w VVU7 e .
"Instruction'' prepared by the of Hn.ll h In irt >* Much dtfferamoa, the. MUirRtau ..
thing for a ruler For those Maim.(
Vatican Liturgy Commission' said are hath "Ialacktat"and .
iMM ata MIMin
who +
display In
competence That will aim Inmost
day ee "
and marl public in Rome on "Keahhy. n....
one superficial area may be U S dioceses the Increeed .
October 16. 11lf'd'.
quite unacceptable in the matter UM vf lector. laymen They (pointed. oat that *unU. I with

'* which: really count The tarlatlonn Mill depend| trained to recite or I lod certain leash), I. not the ..I.l n .f the Prayer celebrant'Aden'

murh on such natural factors portions of the Mass from unity of the hurth and aster .
He Mill be careful select ,
to as the ph).! .. H: tyro. e .
of ,hurt he*, the I.'n Kmphawl will be harp IeRLt.nit
Bishops issue and .1I1..hUlII. Itf |tartir. ..UrcwngreKHlons I Iv stepped up on active participation 'lb. possibility of variety
and variation .la an ancient IWelte
the solemnity by the eongreftation Am F4ECMaaM111IMt pa
i'at hoikprURlple. ," one conv iINtM l A gttws Del,
of particular feasts and the ,M11) .
family pastoralfor men t.dThey. situ
I. )
need of IndltMasI. region, On March 7, the first Sunday tehtrsai
also emphasised. the
the Iltllrll1M""' of Lent reform .|>elled
Portugal gradual nature of the Ulurfn*
The new ImHruction guarantee out in the new instructionare ml reform now In .ri. tn <-* r.>01ya, Kn..l
arheduled! to go Into effect. I )
"minimum" to which the tet \It kfieel, t baset.t.b.atat's
a certain a principle --
l.l4ntlPortugal (NOThe They are the preliminaryImplementation
of reform and uniformity urgy Imtructlon .Itself alludes i
IlUhop of Portugal have flf the liturgy
everywhere. "The thing that In several .......*.. A more thor Cntumunlwua
Issued' a p.utorallrttl'r strewing constitution adopted<< last lie .
reform la sled I for let .' !
will illstlnguUh one parUh URh ; 1
that the family must be amber by the ecumenical
from another," It was said by the eoMmenlcal ___a'* lit- F Heclt
considered the nucleus: of society council. '1
and of nations. on. llturgtst.! "Is the spirit arty ranMtlMiw* but It nvtut .e.. .Af.&r' I Iof "Lamb of
with which\ : each Implement The a new reform Mill !I.. await the revfeton, (/ the, official o"k" ".'sM :,'"t'It r P ""o11. ....God. ....,.0\". v
Tb. Ili..h.)p. deplored what the refortn_th. enthusiasm dado eHmln' .llon .( Psalm! <1I llturgl.**! bimk' vt the 'p the, l..imb. of iy( I.Rhnilam : .. with f'iM.t.

they described. as the Increa- generosity and fulnes with the start of Moss and I hodeletion Church. Th- VMi..*M IJ..., . .- "

lag belief. that the end of human which earn act*." of the laul <>uiel| and roiiiirOeetani I ale Nt u*> ......, .

life !" pleasure.They Interviewed by the National' |>...|.... after Ma_ this year by .l-oj* Paul VI wale I4rarMMfe.. ...... pwp1.. InlettaifMikn ('MI'
declared Scriptural this job. 011.11 .. ( htutIea forward furammunkM
Catholic Welfare! Conference' 1m. .
the The liturgy p U' I Ie lilt scMdIW farl4ovemb. .. .w2t1Igh ( .
teaching upholds refunn
New Service at liturgical Th ...,......
end l of U steamed In the Interview that ttn
primary marriage C'Gftffftftl.Iqwartwa were It are mainly >
the. new Instruction leave Aam'*"r"A
the procreation of chlMren. six HtunrUU five Priests and utatk-IntitMhsetton. of BnaUah
The posture letter pral*.l ; room for differences .la auntaeeresallas Into the Man. ,nw..w
a layman.They of the liar and
the new Portuguese which mil law states that .
the government has a duty todefend hMd erf the rellfiou adopting. whichever perml tanre of edn..tlii| ,people I. (>ftgwsltlwsitlp.eal
education department at the alhto alternative MOTTU tong the .lnlf. >...,. .f the reform*
public murallty Itadffed ('atholW'nl..I". o< AwerIn ,IArU |I., the meaning of "1M
In a particular situation ere )
I that in the Me of In.t.,1
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6 The Florida Catholic Friday Oct 30 196

Youth of Central Florida b Sharing our treasureCompanions

attend day of recollectionSANFORD example led

-Over 350 young people from Central

Florida met at All Souls parish here for a day of Faith

recollection on the feast of Christ the King. Father Law. enquirer to accept

rence P. Everett C.ss.R. of Sacred Heart pariah In New

Smyrna Beach gave the ser of All Souls worked togetheron WHAT are the lead steps people that ( 1

mons. the details that make this Church?
Into the Catholic
The purpose of a day of day a success for so many with
They are acquaintance Father
recollection. Father Everett students. Cafeteria workers
Catholics, respect for the up'
told the Is to show at All Souls School provided .
group, right lives they live and recognition John A.
what a retreat li like. The breakfast and luncheon for wholesome i
of the
purpose Is to turn the spotlight the crowd. Influence of their Catholic O'Brienstep

of your conscience Into These parishes were represented Faith.
the dark recesses of your soul at the day's retreat

he said. St. Margaret Mary, Winter The denlre to avail oneself

Following a dialogue Mass, Park; St Andrew, Orlando; of that helpful Influence will by step the teachings of

the students attended their Good Shepherd, Orlando; Our ,. frequently lead a person to a Christ and His Church.
first conference. The rest of Lady of Lourdes, Daytona : Priest to secure Instructionsto
the program consisted of a Beach; Sacred Heart New Faculty members at Holy, Rosary School JacksonvilleThe embrace our holy F.lth. "He explained that Je...

question and answer period, Smyrna Beach; St Peter, De- loved o. so much that He diedon
a second conference a silent Land; St John Vlanney Or. recent blessing of Holy Rosary ulty Joined with the others in mark tine, Mrs. Coylia Kuhn, Sister Mary This Is Illustrated I n the the Cross to wash. oat with

period In the church and lando; St. Mary Magdalen provisional church in Jackson ing this important occasion: from Eucharia Mrs. Rosemary Dugan, conversion of George the Powersof Jill blood the sins of the
Indianapolis, now pastor
Benediction of the Most Bless Maltland; All Souls, Sanford; ville drew the interest of parish the left, Father John J. Guntner Sister Mary Kathleen, Mrs. May of St. Leonards parish, whole. world."During .

ed Sacrament Our Lady of the Lakes, Eustls loners and students of Holy Rosary C.BS.n., Siater Kevin Joseph, Mrs. Callaghan. and Father Walter J. West Terre Haute. the three years of

Father Everett poke to ; and Sanford Naval Air School. Members of the school fac Mary Powell, Slater Mary Chriar Bueche C.S.S.R.Scholarship "As a student at Loyola His earthly ministry Christ

the ntnilrnt. about their goals Station, Sanford.L Academy Los Angeles" related emphasized that the twofold

U life.The. .- u5r ...-.5>... Father Powers, "I took command to love God and our

world today Is very the regular courses in religion neighbor with our whole

much success conscious he although I had been heart and soul is the most Important
said. "We measure the sueCMI brought up a strict Baptist, of all the command.

of anything by asking: r ) regularly attending church ments. The Saviour pointedout

Does this fulfill the purpose w I and Sunday school in Indian. that love for one another

for which It was made Do S I apolis. I Joined the young pea would forever be the distinctive

you young men and women ple's club at the Catholic parish mark of His dl!clples"

fulfill the purpose for which c near my home. I started The Indiana Priest then

you were made!" r going to Sunday Mass becauseall went on to say:

He continued my friends were going. "It warmed tny heart to

As children you were "For all practical purposes hear how Jesus Instituted the

taught "God made me to I lived as a Catholic. Some of Holy Eucharist so that He

know, love and serve Him on the members of the club might come into our hearts

this earth." At some time you didn't even know that I and nourish us with His divine .

will face the most terrifying wasn't a Catholic. I remember life. This was an act of

examination you have ever how one fellow 'spilled love scarcely less than that

taken-the last Judgment, he the beans' at a club meeting manifested by His death on

aid. when he criticized the anticsof the Cross. There He retainedthe

You will be asked three h some of the less religious figure of a man but in

questions, he said: "Did you ".. members, saying 'George Isn't the Holy Eucharist He comes

know Me?" "Did you love winner even a Catholic but he acts to us In the lowly form of

me?" Dld you Serve me?" more like a Catholic than the consecrated bread.

If you can answer, "Yes dear Maureen Anthony winner of the first scholar some of you.' I dated Catholic "Christ's love goes out to

Lord I did my best" then and ship given by the Clearwater Knights of Columbus girls and spent all of my free us also In the sacrament of
only then have you made a 4 time with Catholic young Confession wherein He .
.... Council 3580 accepts a check for a year's studyat pardons
success of life. people.
us and restores us to
Father Everett, a native of i St Leo College St. Leo. From the left are His friendship.

Brooklyn was a professor of Eugene Markham, grand knight; Abbot Marion "I'nronnrlomly some of

theology at the RedemptorlstSeminary Bowman 0.S.B. and Father Dennis Murphy O.S.B., their. Catholic faith devotion "Catholicism U a religion

; In New York before both of the college faculty; and MUM Anthony. ud piety were robbing off on of love, and It wan, the friend
coming Florida. 1} me. I wanted to be a Catholic hip, and love of mjr Cat hollo

without the nereoniry first friend that led me to her
The retoUrrtlon day was Expects Pontiff Rural youth yet final, step of baptUm. open door.

'poBK>rc4 by fit. Andrew par. .\TIl'nTY (NC) _
"It wasn't until I moved
lib and fit Job "It was because I wantedto
Unney par IUUIY (NO The In- Paul has
Pope VI urged farm
back to Indianapolis, where I share that love and
l h I. Orlando and All Souls! faith
dlan Express Daily has reported youth throughout the worldto
lived with
perish U fait or 4. my very with others that I became a
from New Delhi that bring the spirit of the Gospel Baptist grandparents that I
--" -------- ---- Priest Our parish church Is
The Women's Club and the Pope Paul VI Is expected to to rural communities in went to a Priest and asked to always to non-Catholics
Holy Name SorUty members CCD instructors at DaytonaOur visit New Delhi on December transition under the Impactof receive Instructions. My relatives and our parish societies welcome a.,

Lady of Lourdes parish in Daytona Eugenia Nicola, Philip Schlamp, Mrs. 4 to meet President SarvepalllRadhakrishnan. Pope technology Paul speaking in Catholic were that so I mllltantly was forced anti.to them them.we want Because to share we love

JACKSONVILLEExcelenf Beach has its Confraternity of Edmund McKeown( Mrs. John Van French to recently elected officers defend the religion of the precious treasure with them.our"

Christian Doctrine program underway. Tronk and Mrs.( Sam Jackson; back Th newspaper, which Is of the International friends whom I loved," Father Father Powers said.

These instructors will begin work with row, Father Brendan Donnelly IC, Ed edited! by Frank Mores, a rural movement of agricultural and Powers continues."I .
Catholic said the
the Institute from the 'left, front row, Kivarl. Raymond Wise Anthony Tarsia leading Catholic layman, said age of the ecumenical youth council knew that the charges of JACKSONVILLEsrrnn

Mrs. Marguerite: Barbera, Mrs. George and Father Irvine Nugent present indications are that presents them with an un bigoted possibly Protestants be true. The could honest not

Wlnfrfe, Mary Frances Hilton Miss the Pope may be In Bombay paralleled task In the Church. lives of my Catholic friendswere
on December :2 and 3, returnIng "This noble mission the
to Rome December & or & Church entrusts to you," he proof enough for me r.lt t DSAa'oo' a
"" """ "" ""\\,,,. ,"n"" ,"..,, ,,\\'"" "" U"" \\" "" U" ,,,\" \\" Indian Transport Minister that the accusations were un
declared "Know how to fulfill founded. Father Weber of
Raj Bahadur, in Goa to discuss it with all the enthusiasm
Assumption Church unfolded ..nooiNIM4M.
Subscribe now the exposition of the remains of your youth with the tenacity .

r of St Francis Xavler, typical of country people For hungry

laid the Pope is likely to paya and with all the ardor of
""n",,,,,\\\" ",,,......... ............." ." .. ....... ,\\,\\" "" brief visit' there.MASABIKTOW. your faith." BIKNOH!' AIRFJiO -

Antonio Cardinal Cagglano of IM&Lle

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I The Florida Catholic Friday Oct SO. 196i

Monsignor Mullins blessesnew T .:.: ;; Christ Child Center

PETERSBl"RG St. Raphael-St. Raphael SchoolST. School blessed by e yry--'" I 1',..._ offers Tampa charity

Monsignor John JMuUins V'F" on October 25 after the

midday Masa In the young St. Petersburg parish
drew a congregation of 500 persona for the occasion. TAMPA Christ Child Center' was blessed here last dry facilities have been pro

At the Mast, Father William J. Welnhdmer Sunday by Monsignor Patrick J, Trainer chairman of tded as well as a living room

the devotion, interest and loyalty of the praised tr r the board of Catholic Charities in the Diocese: of St. Au. dining room recreation and
parishioners who
a1t study rooms.A .
marked another milestone in the parish. It gustine. The facility Is a temporary' child-car center'

year ago that the first Mass wu offered in was St.just two erring? the parishe.' of the West Coast in particular, and chapel has been. COBIrvcted .
Church. Raphael the Diocese in general. a* a separate. building .

Father Welnhelmer re- north and has cross ventila After' the simple dedication: ceremony, open house was connected' by a covered
slewed the papal teaching re tion. Each is bouyant in color held' and many visited the attractive rooms. The home walk to the main bnll.llng.

bUng to the duty of parentsto and design according to the provides] all that a child _. The second floor It reserved -
give their children children and the teachers. t'l"1 'If' Joseph Mho operate
a Christian need' in a residence for the use of the
upbringing. He said: The building .Is so arranged the horn. community of St. Joseph Sis

The school Is not a gep. that eight more classroomsmay Assisting at the blessing! of' Admission to the Center U ters. It contains four bedrooms .

rate Institution, Intended onlr be added to the administration Christ ChiM Center were people handled by bliss! Martha and a community
for learning certain skills. building all with of Tampa and their room. These rooms art in addition .
and for training In certain windows facing the north. Jo..nC'tIf'uthe secretary, to the housemothers'
abilities. The Priests. Father John J. P-enl- and the social workers who
The school Is an extension playground will be in rooms on the first floor.
of the home; the the rear. han, secretary of the board staff the office' of the Catholic .

school must work at one with The entrance approach Is cf Catholic Charities, participated Charities Bureau In Tam Construction! features the
the home In training for In the pa. ue of brick on the first floor
discipline center front, facing Snell blessing.Montlciuir .
for responsibility for Isle Boulevard. It has a large The new. home I.I the firstphase and stucco on the second

lrtue." cross and a large figure of Tralnor thankedall of ron.tr.rllo. pUinrtl. floor.

St. Raphael done In flat relief ; :' fur making this new n h..r. .I fhrl.l Child renter. The Center has bren 11lpo
St. Kaphael'* staff, be Mid. with red s. .,teiaiiheis. --- ........ ..... _.- ..... .
to tie In with Ilk ..
li accredited agency available to thla eratlon since August of this
by the
cute and The
hulKIIng dedicated
each teacher en It was rho rn. "St.the color scheme. The word Christ Child Confer blessed in TampaAt ....... 10 bedrooms for lays provlilr 1 ear
Raphael is put In with
because of the ability of each ceramic below the figure. : the dedication of the Christ Child home for dependent children. Assist- He had special commend and 10 for girl, and there are Gives retreat
to be
good turb.n.We Ceorge W. Stickle of St Au. Center In Tampa on October 25, }.Ionlng Monsignor Trainor are Father Jose Lion for Father I-aurenc Hlg plans for expansion. A built-
in desk and closet l Is .
hope, said the St. Petersburg snistine was the architect and signor Patrick J. Trainer, left, thai,.. Rula of Tampa and Father' John J. gins, diocesan board member child.Both 1'1'0.11",1Nt'h X.\TIIM.IMU', Nepal ( nAm.rlcan
Priest, that from the Knob Construction Companyof man of the Board of Catholic Charities, Lenihan secretary of the diocesan cf the Charities, who supervised horn Jesuit Father
students who pass throughthis St. Petersburg was the blessed each room of the recently built Charities board. the building of the Cen wings have rooms set Marshall A. Moran hat
school there will com general contractor. aside fur house mothers. Just given the first retreat
doctors and lawyers, scientists .. Praised too were the Sis- Complete. kitchen and laun
r- -' -- ---:"" for working men In Nepal.
and educators civic leaders ..... t"' r }, :.-.r-: =. __

men and women of re-
flown in all walks of life yes,
Priests and Sisters. t
After Maca!I, the congregation
gathered around the entrance ie
of the school while /
Monsignor Mullins read the YrLr M

blessing prayers. Assisting. at [

the ceremony were the parish
Priests and Father J. Nor
jnand Hardy from St. Anne
parish in Ruskin.

Teachers who stood with

their classes were the principal .

and first grade, Miss r .
Elizabeth Sabathe; second:

grade, Wins Dorothy Phelps;
third grade, Mrs. Mary Glynn;
fourth grade Mrs. Alien _

Conklin; fifth grade, Mrs. TtpView 7rtr
Ronald Libert; sixth grade, ::_ .a

Mrs. Paula Polhamus; seventh
L. r ,
and eighth grades, Mrs.
Louise Kellogg: and kindergarten :

Mrs. Marion J. Keli > I

"y.fit. Raphael's. Rrhool<< mark* i

the second phase of rcnitraoUOB Tampa homo for children _
for 81 Raphael' par"".
Visitor from Florida's writ coast ter in Tamp. After the building was _
The school Is Inspirit o
to harmonize SpanUh with the attended dedication ceremonies] held blessed open house was held .(above\ ),. y
last Sunday for the Christ Child Ccn-
provisional church that connects
to it with a cloister At coromonfos; for Christ Child Center J

walk.The exterior of the building Calendar of coming eventsHalloween Monsignor Patrick J Trainer, in pendent children In Tampa. The penlaed by the social worker* of

is stucco.: Colored doors the doorway above, prraldrd at the renter will serve parishes of the the Tamp. Catholic Charities board
harmonize with the church card party. October Injr, Ormond Beach November Southwest cast p..Mry October 25 dedication of the Christ west roast Intake and withdrawalof under WUs Martha Franco txtcu I

and ornamental iron railings 31,100 to 5 p.m, K of C I. of DCCW rally NevemUr 1. Child Center, a new home for tie- children from the center .U su- live secretary,
and grill block. The building ball. St Petersburg. Ontral Calholte High beginning' at 9 a m, M. Bernard ---.

takes on a colorful appearance ( Halloween. dance, orchestra. Eck.al<< comical ....".... ... Church lUfcnes Beach. Psychiatry

with the red doors, iron October 31. t:3O: pm.. I B.E W.Bultding. >lrlt>.iire, :>*"*....r t. 1)eaeti OH party. N..venvl :> KMT 10KK CATHOLICS OF FLORIDA
work and grill block. Daytona Reach; costume "r .. 1 r m.. JIlL Mary lUtt 1TbCathalte
Each classroom faces the optional l; St Paul Home Our Lady of Lourdes convent 430 Ith Avenue South. M.Peteribwrg charities. gufcfarv NOWI' A NONPROFIT CATHOLIC FAATCRNAL SOCICTY' O"RS
tnaUtul .< the N.,0'1L
and School AoctatkMt beau blMMtng.. MeitMiMrne. No perWt Lrrerllt.Oviaad. .
Hit flood timber 1. arrMlore. a cnssmiutiiivhM4
by fit. .
( nlrl r.C'r wdraseeg iwychtotrte clinic lreMMren.
TRIVAMWOI. India Forty hectare PeToUan. No- Forty humans Pevotbm, No ........ !(..semhefa. .Asa r.,.tvJ a ".':tft LOW BUDGET HOSPITAL

(fNO Torrential rains and timber 1. 11 JO .m. to No- vemtwr. 14, Our Lady ULurda nlfT' MayM ........ HU.4.. tnjCHO from .*.. Mtlonat
*tmt...r 3, I U a m, St. John CtMrth. UrHwwrne.FMljr ......... Of BXlUSjl (MWlth.Bvnwval '.
floods have struck at this
capital St Pelerwbwg B**(h, Hews D.ve"" n, N. Card party. Novefiiher IA ..
of India's Kerala parish. I* like ram tu ns
city t: atirul hall
1pm ,4ytMHiy and INSURANCE
stbcs1a4rtttlon veenbef 1. 11 sat V* N>tem- LIFE
state leaving Bono\ persons Including Lovrde Aeademy. tiv3apmOurLadyofAgsds IVt Or**,.. rtf to U MM** far (fee t II
hundreds of Catholic, dMUratton. Tamp, 2 xcvte' lnll ftC; e fschool pearhial
without fond or shelter Ker p.m. November 1.OC Chm clt. JNkennshe.1ietnrt Fag fe.tlv..t Nffrtmlvf 13H. teacher H Will i.e

ala has the largrtt CalhoUe l*.trtrk Mrh.r.l hi....... semi... s4at(lpg! .SV *t Peter pecan JmIndI.r .Nw4 to Irate .........,,. 1 i e
population in India. Jethaoolilie.Itmb. I. ,....... I. CMkoteCenter. M..*, D- .d. ekes elmsrdur ... grant t.**h.rs W ,..,..,II&.I
*er. pvemlwr U ft ...... alt... eMMrasi a. the .
Social workers from the Tsllah** e.. ** / A WIIK( 'fof CM! to*as$20'lpermoetRdependinguponage
I..Un.rUe St cathedral Sen JO/1 Convent b4eMlng.CorfMM r.*.,*.... nut peuMl* f. S50
Joseph's Crd f'H1' TreetaaletratISn ,i. 'Ice CO'f".d aekienl. 01 akh"wst.
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The florida Catholic, Friday, Oct. SO 15CI

talksto '

former .
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prisoners t ; i interest in history

\TIC\V CITY (\(') -
Pope Paul VI has received t .ibxotute moral e\II (althoughhe Such small fame a: BUhop
group of Bishops and Priests was subsequently to Verot has hitherto enjoyed U

vho were once Interned In change his views as to that), traceable to references to him
the nazl concentration camp
but he strongly opposed abuse in Butlers book on the first
of Dachau.
With them was Lutheran: of the slave& and advocated Vatican Council. There he Is

Pastor Max Lackmann, a1.'o far-reaching: amelioration' of represented' as the -enfant

en Internee, who gave: the the slavery nystem As a Bishop terrtWe" of the council and
Pop a set of his three-volume
he did pioneering workon one Is given the Impressionthat
york" the ecumenical cou;;
ell. ( ) the Negro's behalf. he was a sort of buffoon,

rope Paul' MH'ke, rordl.illjr 1 He MI r1.! ., very much a speaking prolix irrelevancies and!
l.i.I.t vrck Mllh each Tlltorml public figure throughout (the making
...ked each/ to thank (Jn Mho had' spared| him' for his rule
HU umlertaklngt and pronouncements
1"1'1'11'i inIt.. father (:..n nlln .hu" that
are moot interesting
He urged: them to think of I : as reviewed by his I the truth ass. far dUfrrrnU

other former D.uhau prison- biographer The notorious Bishop Verot did speak
*r thing. und dead priMoner-of camp at Andersonville lengthily. at the council (as
Am ing the living, he re- lately crlettratexl who did not?). But he was
raped, H Arxhblshop' JoefI in fiction and drama, was most serious, despite' his occasional
>i,in of Prague, who has! Red visited by him. and he and witticism, and he
N-i-n prevented by Czechs Priests. assigned by him mln- was well ahead of his time
riot iki.i. communist govern- ) petered I heroically to the Union He urged the pastoral and the
me i a from currying out hHlntf Senator James K. ( ) ; soldiers confined: In that ecumenical approach in a
< | .14 I a Illthop, and from left, listens, as 300 ; ') ht-llhole spirit which seem. like a first
taking purt In the council. St Anthony School ( After the war he addressed gleam of the dawning of the
Among theme melvc' l were Sunday in Brooksville himself briskly to the work of day of John XXIII. Where he
III,hup Carlo MunzUna .,fCrtma. God; from the left Abbot reconstruction. The Church was critical it was because he
Italy; HUhop 1 ftlmuml.ikkl : l man, O.SB., who blessed ; had suffered heavily during found proposals or reasoning
>\ of ljnk.! Poland; Father Edward the conflict, and In many to be Impractical or Inoppor.
Auxiliary Hlahop) FrenciezekJeIWabskt place had title to nothing but tune. HU attitude and argument .
of roznun, rouimi; ruins Verot energetically set .* have certainly been
father peter van Gestel SJ. about replacing lost facilities. vindicated in our own time
'<.lstant for Germany to the On the press From 1866! to 1870 he was e-
Jiiuit general; and .Father peclally concerned about helpIng HP w*" W )rar oM. when
Czmiluw Folk leu leg CIl, a* 'TIC''IT" (C\-: the freed Negro. lie op- after the rtmnitl, he took up
.llItunt i general of the ItesurrectlonUt Vatican lladUi hits Issued 1 a lasted( separate church facili the bunirn of the nrw and
Pothers.NN44444444444444444444444. volume containing 157 documents ties wanting white and blackto extremely' pour Ilitxrue' of "hU.luxuollne. '

on the press by the ; share the same place of .
worship In Savannah he There he founded weekly
past six Po|>es. The Volume a
Moving? opened the first school for paper said to be the smallestin
contains 12 document of Leo
Negroes under
exclusively the and
w.'n iU' 'ir I.e.d "Th. a seminarythan
..1.. f.......... .. ,.., ... ... Mil 12: of Pope Benedict XV, white auspices.He which there could have
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*> l l k Ik aid 4Ik 10 written by Pope Plus XI,
n.. ... Ollk Ik. ..... .l HIM. a great' lean for been few smaller. lie went up
.... pa.iais..NL. ./l.rle. If p... (Ml of Pius XII 41/ by John schools, nod ".. rr.|H>n.lbla' and down the state practically
.nd..l XXIII and 0 of pope I'aul VI. for the first to the day of hits death
,\\""' ''''\\,\\"'''''\\NNNNa Catholic publicrhooU.
In 1876 under conditions
which would cause! a young
a .
\ These came Into being man today to shudder.
1,! ej I he persuaded the Sa Ills craggy, quizzical face
,', authorities In 1W, looks challengingly out at us
Incorporate the Catholic from a couple of portraits In
into the public school the book. That face commands
,atem. The plan had never attention, and so doe
L been tried elsewhere and the story of its owner at
( ) although It later was Inaug painstakingly put togetherand
| ( in other places, the attractively related by
) ( ,' arrangement had Father Gannon
| ) distinction of lasting the This Is a valuable and fascinating
| longest, being brought to an addition to American
only In 1916. Church history

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Father Michael V. Gannon served Jr., Mrs. Julie ** | 1
.s retreat master for the women of St. Jones, Mrs. H. F. %

,Monica parish in Palatka recently non, kin Dale
I 'Borne of the rrtrcaUnts meeting with Sr., Mrs. Joseph 1 !
Father Cannon were from the left Milan Mrs .

kin J. I). Phlliiot, Mm. Analey Hall !rell" and Father r I

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The Florid Catholic, Friday, Oct SO, 191 ---
Social/ / security

Convent in Titusville dedicatedfor -i .r=' .-----j extends coverage

Galway of lUI/TIMOKK (XC)-Under
Mercy nuns
amendments to the social security
law, signed by President l.

Trrt'SvILLE-Father Irvine Nugent, chancellor of architect fur all of the TltB Johnson on October 13
the Dioc se. blessed the new convent for the Sisters of Till parish bulldlac clergymen will have until

I Mercy In TitusviUe's St. Teresa parish here on the feast The convent designed so April 13. 1965 to elect to I1e
covered by social security if
of Christ
Xing. Father Nugent pruned the that it be
can expanded to they have not already cle.-.'
Father John B. O Hare, and his people for the great erf accommodate 16 Sisters. The so.

dente of Catholic life and kitchen, laundry and other The previous deadline for
growth in Titusville. gun and Mrs. Opal O'Donnell housekeeping equipment of clergymen to choose 'C1It:
In his remarks, Father Joined the faculty at the outset the convent: now provides for) security coverage was April
Nugent made reference to the of St. Teresa's and are that many residents In the t ''P e aI 13. 1962. After that date, to

old convent which had been augmented by Mrs. Rkhard home. J. J. Martin Construction 1 nil security: coverage was:
Goodwin, who teaches the 1r
used since November 1961. kindergarten Company Merrill la- I 1 open only to those Just starting .
Itself a tribute to the youngpastor's group. land built the convent 1 to perform ministerial
zeaL He and his parishioners The Sisters occupied their When the M *slng was acscomptished t M services.
twotory convent on September
gave good example the Benedictionwas
3 of this year. Tit obtain social security
entire Diocese given in the church by
protectloa' a rlergynua must
by their sacrifices and the
Dedication day saw the pas Father Nugent Assisting him
progress they have made for tor celebrating Mass at 11:30: at the ceremonial of blessing Obtain a social security ac
the Church: he said. o'clock. Hymns were sung by were Father Peter C. Dc'l.ln> number card from the nearest
When Father O'Hare arrived the children's choir, under and Father Dominik Gullay.! social security office -If .h*
In Titusville to assume Sister Immaculata's direction.The Participating were Father duets not already have on..
pastoral duties there was Charles \V. Spellman and Father nil out anti file form 1031
only a small church built in Priests' processionwent Sean P. Molloy.Father with the district director of
the 1930s and little from the Church, after
a rectory. O'Hare. who was Internal Revenue for the district
He relocated the Mass, to the convent, for the
parish and
ordained on June 21, 1053 in in which h* lives.
supervised the constructionof blessing by the diocesan of. All Hallows College. Ireland, Report his earnings from
all the present beautiful flciaL The convent is the for thy Diocese, has spent his : the ministry and pay the so
buildings on the picturesquesite newest of the buildings which Priesthood ministering to thepeople ctsl, security taxes on them to
beside the Indian River Include l the provisional of T1tu \Ule. lie and the district director of Internal
on Highway 1, Father Nugent church school and the rectory his parishioners were bArflY nevenu for the lax
Procossion Titusvillo convont
the IOUthatcurner
said.Classes on lost Sunday to Join i Merry abl years lK& 19d, ant
in St. Teresa school of the property.The Slaters welcoming the visiting Father John IL O'lUre marked the Sisters' of Mercy who staff his Priests at the convent dedication. 1MI.

were opened for 59 children convent I* ballt of conrrrie Mercy Sisters' from theRock another milestone in the growth of school Father O'lUre, left and The Chancellor of the Diocese, Fa. Ow a eler vmin .elwt

in grades one to three in September block and conform to parishes In Eu Ga1Ue.ledge St. Teresa pariah Titusville. with Father Dominik Gullay, right, par then Irvine Nugent blessed thenllvt'nt. coverage he may tot, "\ith
1961. Two months the architecture of other par Cocoa Re.n h, Milmt I I! draw from led social sec ,ly[
later when three Sisters of the dedication of a new convent: for ish Priests, were joined by other > .
lab cirnrlBre detlfned by Island and New Si: a | rogram.Newman
Mercy from Cart Ireland, arrived Thomas J. Madder of )lIam"Gary's Bearh. -- ---- -- ---- --
from County Galway to clubs
begin\ their community's first Officials admit Reds
foreign mission! the fourth \VAHIUMOTOV: (NO The
grade was added.Temporary a preeklent' of the Nstlcrat

conditions prevailed t warfare under Buddhist cloak Newman*upt.>rid Club 1 fi>rm Tederatr itl..n o)( ithM a

for the small student precMenlUIa4on "UcIY a.)mal.-

body at the outset The sty Father Patrick O'Connor ads ,'.i""Un IN ,...1.11.t.- on iawnoaraphV.
classes were taught in various SAK.OV VietnamBuddhist officials here have ad .a* acre I*In* atUrkrd Icy JuhINC.. ntll parts of the church first bead* railing lhem.v|".. Itml4KUI that the lf>otl| N'Mttonal ('en-
building in the relocated Titusville mltted, for the first time, that the communist: Viet Conjr *, who b.rnei| h....,.., In.fltrlrtl gree lit Newman, lusts t*.
parish setting, and : / have been operating. under HuJJhlst colors. |>.k>lral I.Jllt aa4spread oKed let work for the .ra-II.!t
the old church as welt ki : 4 The admission appears in a statement accusing the wild defametoey)r ration ,>f Ie.rn graphy acrms

The school occupied iu iH "liberation front for South Vietnam that is. the com .lutle*. the nation

munlst organization fighting the government here, of
new rUonruoiB. I. rreraber, Buddhist authorities ek.nt I
II 62, sad NOW effete eightgrid's having; exploited( the Buddhist name and insignia In Phu their eyes to these Nl'fI"fto ORLANDO

sad klndrriartfB to Yen province dh&at& aot''U' n lo t'nfft1Inat.JU' Inn*. In hkh VietSfenls ('sing<<
440 ..114,... Father O'lUre The statement, signed by a the "oulrsif a slntIHktilhUU were belteved la>> tab WINTER PARK
ays the school U already. at 4fi bout (monk), TMrh payees The statement pert with Ikltlol"ia'uutN..
rapacity sad he foresees the Quang, secretary of the principal .
VmtmunM ers hav
u *
"offer" no ei|>Unatlon why It *.1.|
ereMlty of adding t. It |I. department of the "unl- com* nearly two mouths .fter teen (rent after srrttt !t.*. Herman
J. HtMrlch
the Irassedlat fit ire. fled IluddHtot ( Is
they rtlme t to h.l
Mien* of the .\en\a aialnetv cau* I.r5N
dated October IL utei| llmMhlBU ant "1C1\' & Sons
Seven Sisters and three hy ,le t huh It 1'f'VI"1I.
teachers now serve the par According IA this statement kal U> \s* or 1IU4lolhlaaAM> .....*. ..e ..!.....
A* far Mk a. II mauth. elation' charr lonetl .t ...
)|> them roar a..w t.s.1.ble
ish. Mother M. Ignatius is the i Comm-unUl Viet ('on,. dn...et
principaL Mrs. Norman X..- as IlmMhtel 'Umse have occupied Th. *IUIcBt UMISS Thkh aataaa 1a550/aeatroH

Titusvillo Sistors'now homo pdgtuUs. Th VietCong Tel Quang has built a camialn -

ORLANDO Sister of Mercy from County Gal. dedicated on October 25. The blowing han forced purple to Pontiff honors | on claims that HutdhUta -
olMtruct government troop have been i..r ecuteil:
WINTER PARKs way, Ireland who staff St. Teresa of this convent added another page in during military ci-erstWms Father O'Conner In ctrcunvitsnc Ilk* ,he...* ELLIS )

School Titusville. have been In their the history of St. Teresa pariah and to oppose local authority > 4', which' ** Ortol.,r )' ...1.-

t new horn sine September. It was In the turn IludtlhUin. .. 'Wo Vle.aM IXf mart say wr" *(4.e
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I The Florida Catholic, Friday, Oct. 30. 19C&!

Pope talks 1.Red St. Augustine's first Bishop -: .

to former ''':: ) .

prisoners \ t'd-). 'Rebel Bishop' sparks interest in historyOur

\TIC\\ ('ITY Such small fame as
ultoolute. moral evil (although
Visitor the national Catholic weekly
Sunday ,
pope Paul VI hat received a hitherto enjoyed Is
group of Bishops and Priests! newspaper, features a column called "Balancing the he w d < subsequently to Verot has

who were once) Interned In books." The following review by Monsignor John S. Ken change hU views as to that I, traceable to references to Met

the nazl concentration camp nedy was published in last Sunday's edition and was but he strongly opposed abuse in Butlers book on the first

of Dachau. titled "Five foot giant" of the saves and advocated Vatican CounclL There he Is
\\lth them was Lutheran In 1806 had as >seminary classmates "enfantterrtbte"
of represented as the
b t''t' reaching
Pastor Max Lackmann, also ;: : Michael V Can Dv| anloup and Lacord' and
of the
who the FATHER the slavery *y.tem. .b a BUh
,n Internee, gave of Augustin sire WM ordained In 1828.
of his three-volume Bish he did pion *ring workon one is given the Impreasfen
Pope a set 'V erot, entitled Rebel and<<: came to the United StatesIn op
'work on the ecumenical coun. op (Bruce $i.9la Impor the Negro's behalf. that he was a sort of buffoon,
teach in St
1800 to MaryCollege
cil. tant for three reanons First, speaking prolix irrelevande,
Baltimore conducted HP "a. .1.! .. very much apuhlir
Paul slake ronll.illyliot / / it acquaint Uti with the persenility the making senseless jokes", and
Pope |
and accomplishments by the Society of St. Sulplce, figure throughout
tl l llor the
Neck with each refusing to obey
dill \\
of If little known
and asked! ruth to thank (!:0 figure In American Church: HIM field Hclerae. After undertakings and pronouncement .
who had M">nrrd him for hit WM :
hUtory Secondly. It casts lather dannon: shows that
1'irhrnt nolk. more than 20 jeers at St. are mart Inter-
new light on certain con_ the truth wa far different.Bishop .
Mary's he undertook pan tors I eating, as reviewed by h 1.blog..pht'r. s
He urged/ them to think of II '(Uentlal chapters of that his work In Maryland at whichhe The nutorkMMjrl Verot did speak
ether former Pithau prison tory. Thirdly it shows. what
proved himself exception | !ontr-of'war camp at Andersonvllle lengthily at the council (as
er Jhlng and dead. the trained specialist can do
ally adept and zeolou It was celebrated
lately who did not*). But he was
Among the living, he re- In the way of discovery con hi"1<<..... in Mich work in fiction and drama, was moat serious, despite his ocCMlonal .
railed! 10< ArchbUhop Josef l cerning a person and an era. which prompted hU appoint visited by him. and he and wlttlcismn, and h"

Pojjn of Pregue, who has! letter day for BrooksvilleSenator supposedly lot because of Insufficiency ment to the Florida vicariate, Priests assigned l by him mlnUtere was well ahead of his time

N'en prevented by Czecholo : of extant record comprising three parishes and
\,ikl.iN communist govern. James K.: (Nick) Conner, reeling the singing; J, D. Floyd, prin. The third point' de.rne' boartlng a clerical 1 body of soldiers confined: l in that ecumenical approach. In a

anent from carrying out tltt left I listen, as 300 persons-at the cipal of Brooksville'a Moton School; ..,me notice tralght-twa., precisely three. He WM not a hellhole, spirit which hem like a first
duties m a Bishop and from such
whit cwuraged by
St. Anthony School dedication last and Sister Theresa, a pioneer from After the war he addressed gleam. of the dawning of the
John F.IHi
t ikliiif jkirt' In the council Monslgnor Tracy paucity of mean, this man a h
himself briskly to the work of of John XXIII. Where "
Among those ra-elved<< were Sunday In BrookavilJe sing Holy Holy Name Priory San Antonio, who who writes a foreword for mere fin feet tall and "with Church it becauoe he
reconstruction. The critical was
fll-hop Carlo Manzlana of God; from the left Abbot Marion Bow. was present with several other Priests the biography, remarks, 'Un homely features.' was reasoning
had suffered heavily duringthe found proposals or
Crema Italy; Hluhop t dmundrsowkkl man, O.S.B., who blessed the building; and Sister of St. Benedict. fortunately much documentary He threw himself vlgorou-/ conflict, and in many to be impractical or inopportune

of (}uan k, Poland; Father Edward Martineau O,3.B., di. evidence hall, indeed, disappeared ly into the task of buildingup pLaces had title to nothing but HU attitude and arguments -

Auxiliary HUhop FrancilzekJedwata.kl but the rewarding the Church, and what he ruin Verot energetically set have certainly been
of Poznan, Poland results of Father Gannons research
achieved in his eighteen year about replacing lost facilities vindicated in our own time
lather 1'eter van Certel SJ, Abbot blesses schoolin are apparent through.
On the a* a Bishop U truly remark From 1S6G! ( to 1S70, he was especially
-.Utant for Germany to the press out this work and offer proof able, aa catalogued by hit bl. concerned about helpIng He was l>:3 )ear old alien
Jesuit general; and .Father that If the historian Is patient ographer.But after the council, he t ,Czwdaw r'alklcwlct CIl, a*> \\TH.\\ C1TM') Brooksville parish persistent, and thorough, he the freed Negro. lie oppotted the hurtlcn of the new anilrvlremrljr
he did much more than separate church: facilities
mutant general of the ResurmtlonUt Vatican lUdlo has Ixxued a can at time turn up a body poor IMureoe of hi..lugustlne. .
found parishes! and I trwtltu- wanting white and black
Father volume containing 157 docu- BitXH.S1'ILLPAbbot: Marion Bowman OSB. of of data that others might' have dons' promote an Increase in to share the same place of .

NNNNtiMMNN.NNa111a.N1NMoving menu on the press by the St. Leo blessed the new St. Anthony School here on October thought impoiMilble' the numbers of laity religious worship In Savannah he There he founded a weekly

pant nix Pope The volume 25 at 4 p.m., while a crowd of 300 persons from all Adept andzealous and clergy, and see to opened the first school for paper said to be the smallest

? contains 12 documents of IuXIIf over Florida watched. He dedicated the building which the spiritual welfare 01 those Negroes under exclusivelysouthern In the world, and a seminary
".'. N.db 1 1.ewSCl "T" entrusted to hit charge He white auspices. than which there could have
12 of Pope Benedict XV, has one wing for provisional church in the parish. In pastor
rt.rld. t.U.II... .. ,... .... ..dddes. poke. out on questions of the
... IM's ..... a.ha." .Id. ... 10 written by Pupe Plus XI, his remarks on the occasion, the Abbot called the day II. ass a great man fur been few smaller He went up
This believe would be which the
clay, something
Ik. u..w ( Ilk Ik. .. .. .( we and down the state, practi
tit. .*.1.".. N.p.etlN1.l I' .... mi of Plus Xir W by John one of great "rejoicing for the people of Brooksville and verified In many another In. American: Bishops, from the M-huolM, sod ".* reapon.ihlefor cally to the day of his death
rude. I XXIII and 5 uf Pope Paul VI. Hemando County" and one of commendation for their stance and Father Gannons time of John Carroll down to the first Catholic public conditions
,,, ,,,,,. In 1676. under
"""""" """u"" u .Ch Prient Father Edward Mare feat ahould encourage the Verot own day, had not which would cause a young

tlneau O.S.B. preparation of specialists\ to done Father Gannon asserts, These came Into being man today to shudder.

/ Senator Jamen K. Nick) work on diocesan histories in 'Bishop Verot seems to have when he persuaded the Savannah His craggy quizzical face
which the American Church been the first prelate to enter authorities, In J86 looks challengingly out at us
i'i'IiH'i i Connor aluo spoke, calling the U wUf'fullyand not Inculpably national politics on an l issue to incorporate the Catholic from a couple of portraits In

day's dedication! of St. An. deficient. not directly affecting CalhoU- schools Into the public school: the book That face command : .

them,'. to the glory of God| Who wan AtuaMlnerot? dam ai such. system. The plan had never attention and so does

5 and the education uf youth"noble He ".. first \'Surpo'uU.<> The issue was that of slavery been tried elsewhere> and the story of Its owner ai

y. ( ::: purposes". of H..r.la| (IAM.1N6I), thud In January, IWt! he although It later was I Inaugurated painstakingly put togetherand

Hl.hop of HauD..b (|Isel preached a lengthy sermon in other places the attractively related by
Ice arc, h* (laId t..d"dlf-at. (the text of which was later Savannah arrana.m.nhad Father Gannon.
S INTO, and first Bishop uf 1+ .
1I lag oMrnrlrr to the brother ,.hla.U"" ((11'10.11111)). widely circulated) called the distinction of lasting the This Is a valuable and fasclhating
had .i( man, to the ronrrpt "Slavery and AboUtlonUm." longest, being brought to an addition to American
that man ....!. aplrlt.al .. Verot was born In France He did not tee slavery al an end only In 1916. Church history!

well as ,h.le-al noarlohmmt.

Young people are our swat I \ ., ,. "' !, .., IJ 4" ," "-Ml'
.. : .
pre sou. renourc. !>. saUl' ( ,-t ,"'" It ., ,
and the building of the Catholic .:, '
school recognizes that
they need moral and ethical I

guidance as well as Inttrur,
tlon In reading writing and

arithmetic 3y

Among the days IU."t.It .
\ ,r. neighboring frlekU;

J. 1>. r luyd, prtnclpNl of Mo-
.' .. \. 1
# : ;;; tort Shool I In Hnmksvltle1
.. : twinhineer ()
.. ,t ...
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?I !; 1 p' 1.'.-....-'l1 !.JIi.l.........-... ;,.:,:". ..,, ,o.''. '" "-. 1.>_"' .JI'' ''-, '. "'-..._........ Holy Name ltetve
I sn Palatka retreat (...... srcomiMinled by several

c4ht Maters; and Unx.k
Father Michael V. Cannon served Jr. Mia. Julie Zcrangue, Mrs. Nathan \it!*'. nr t haptlted tathollr j

.s retreat muter for the women of St. Jones, Mrs U. .'. Waters, Father Can. Th. latter Is Mrs Goulevttstrunk

:Monica parish In Palatka recently. non, Mrs. Dale Strum Mrs. W. L. Jones nee Sanders, who

I 'Feme: of the retrratanta meeting with Sr. Mrs. Joseph Crouch, Mrs. Lottie WM IwptUrd In this mUnionwlven

Father Gannon were, from the left Milan, Mrs I Hoffman, Mrs. Kmory Fer- llvrivarxlo County In. .

Mrs. J, D. Phlt!| ,t, MM. Analey Hall tell, and Father Antonio Leon.NNNNaNN..NNa1aN.NaNaNNNINN.N dusted l. l territory. now known
: .. I MCV and Cltru countleias .
NNNNNa11a.hNNNNNNNNNNNNNNISubscribe well The first Mass In Her,
nandit WM offered In the )

Sunders/ home, the psri I now 1
TilMt IJOf't.I.| ,' 1 ,. .
.y .NNN.INN/N/NNNNNN.111..11..N.NNNNNNN.NNNNNa..NN..NNNN.NNN The mhool consists of four -
rUMrtKim to scmmmoiUte
CLEARWATER 1NNN/NNNNNINNNNY 4A Mutlvnlt each. The ha*" of Crowd at Brooksville school blessing

the u-cKsptd bulkting coil
Deadline aWe of ..1".ktr..1on. first Brooksville. which was a young OSB. of St. Leo bless the newly sius Drrasman of Land O'Lakrs;

std. n>um. Uiuk storage, a Ut ., mission In the lS 'hI. moved a step built St Anthony School. Among BrookanUe's Father Edward Sfartlneati. .
Your On.-Sep S.rvt<* F.r AI Lawn And Gtrdv Sspph s a... ....... 'OIl.y. .., ...... ._'i lounge, Weary slut. closer to providing Catholic niuca. the area Benedict parish Priests Abbot ),Marion Father LnSchloojwr
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The Florid Catholic. Friday. Oct so, 1961 ---

7f Social security

Convent in Titusville dedicated ._._.... .- Wj's extends coverage

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for Galway group of Mercy nuns ntLTIMOUK: (>O-Under
amendments to the social security

law signed by President .

'I'ITL'S\"ILLE-Fathtr Irvine Nugent chancellor of architect for all of the Titus, Johnson on October 13

the Diocese blessed the new convent for the Sisters of Till parish ballding" clergymen will have until

I Mercy in Tltiuville St. Teresa pariah here on the feast The consent Is designed so vi b r April 15, 1968. to elect to be
covered by social security If
of Christ the
King. Father
Nugent the
pastor that It can be expanded to they have not already clone
Father" John_ B. O'Hare and his people for the great eviurnce !- accommodate 16 Sisters The to.
01 CatfOUC lile andgrowth kitchen laundry and other
The previous deadline for
gan and Mrs. Opal O'Donnell
Titusville.In housekeeping equipment of
clergymen to choose wx :il
Joined the the v VTVi..V
faculty at outset
his remarks, Father the convent now provides for "
was April
of St. Teresa's and are >
Nugent made reference to the augmented Mrs. that many residents: In the 15. 19C3. After that date, to
by Richard
old convent which had been Goodwin who home. J. J. Martin Construe Y 1 till security coverage Wit
used since November 1961. kindergarten teaches the tlon Company of Merrill Is i t T 'w open only to those just start

Itself a tribute to the young group. land built the convent Ing to perform ministerial
pastor's seal. He and his The Sisters occupied their
pa When the blessing was accomplished services.
rishloners twotory convent) on September
11lood example the Benedictionwas
to the entire Diocese S of this year. T. obtain social. security
given In the church by
protection<< a clergyman. musts
by their sacrifices and the
day saw the pastor Father Nugent Assisting him
progress they have made for celebrating Mass at 1130; at the ceremonial of blessing Obtain a social security se e

the Church he said. o'clock. Hymns were sung by were Father Peter C, Dolan number card from the nearest

When Father O'Hare arrived the chlldren'a choir, under and Father Dominik Guliay social security office-If .he

In Titusvllle to assume Sister Immaculata's direction. Participating were. Father doe not already have one

pastoral duties, there was Charles. Spellman and t'a. fill out and file form 3031
only a small church built In The Priests' processionwent ther Sean P. Moltoy with the district director of
the 1930s and from the Church after
a rectory.
Father O'Hare who ""AJIordained Internal Revenue for the dU*
He Mass to the convent, for the
relocated the parish ..ndlup.rvlsed
on June 21,1P'.3, In trlct In which he lives.
blessing by the diocesan of
the constructionof
Report his earnings from
All hallows College. Inlaid
all flclaL The convent 11th.
the beautiful
present for title Diocese, baa spent his the ministry and pay the soclal
newest of the buildings which
buildings the
on picturesquesite
Prieethood ministering to the security taxes on them to
beside the Indian Riveron include the provisional the district director of Internal
people of TUu Yllle Me an) 1 -
1 Father church school and the rectory
Highway ,
Revenue for the tat
his parishioners were happy
located on the southeast Procession Titusvillo convont
said.Classes last Sunday to join V Men:y able years 1903, 19M, and
corner of the .
In St. Teresa school property.The Sisters in welcoming the visit Father John B. O'Hare marked the Sisters of Mercy who staff hla Priests at the convent dedication.The 1941'

In were opened for 59 children convent I U bent of roes Ing Mercy Sisters. from the another milestone In the growth of school Father Ollarr, left, and Chancellor of the Diocese, Fa. Owe a elerirvman elect
grades one to three In September crete block sad conform to parishes in Eau Gallle. Rock coverage, he may nut, "lth
Irvine blessed the
1961. Two months St. Teresa pariah Titusville, with Father Dominik Gullay, right, par titer Nugent,
the airkltertare of other panish ledge. Cocoa Penh, Merntt draw from the social security
later when three Sisters of the dedication of a new convent: for Ish Priests were joined by other convent
structure deigned by Island and New SnniaBeach. program.
Mercy from Gort, Ireland, arrived .
Thorn* J. Madden of Man, '-" -------
from County Galway to
Newman clubs

begin their community's first Officials admit Reds
foreign mission, the fourth w w operate W.'Mm'tflTn: (4C'). The

grade was addedTemporary prek1ent of the National
Newman Club Fftl.raH.' .n

conditions) prevailed "L. e warfare under Buddhist cloak has supported form hut of( a
for the small student pre WnlUI" "II.t C" mtr.ltIon -

body at the outset The tfft 11) Father Patrick O'Connor 5g... ('.."..1""'*. In central \1,1 on porrxwaphv,
clashes were taught In various &* ,.
.-. b. sac were being allrke4 by Julius C Ollbor >n Natal
NJrOS'ktnan.DutMhlat officials here have ads
parts of the church, first n. that the tea| Nitlnnal Con-
: h4M.l. railing lbemeve| I1n building In the relocated Titusville j mitted, for the first time, that the communist Viet Cong ...t..>, vi ko burned. ..>..*.*, In It... of Newman Clubs >e.

parish setting, and R have been operating under Duddhist color ,Ik.... Mi.lr.l lJnrr and solved to work for the era.II

the old church as elL r The admission appears& in a statement accusing the spread .Uti dr,.m.|o..ylor ration fit p*iH>.r phy scrros

The school occupied IM "liberation front for South Vietnam that Is. the com le*, the nation

new classroom U December, munlst organization fighting the government here, of
I''t' ''' sulhorltle' do*it|
1M2, and BOW offer eight having exploited the Duddhist name and insignia in Phil heir' eyee. Id thoae happen ORLANDO
grade. and kindergarten to
province.The I",.. In which \M" song
dhUt ss.ct.tlen '
a* to mlwi4n
440 r 1J4,... Father O'llar 1 statement, signed by ahon. WINTER PARK
aUMit the "pu,,.,*" *HlntIHnMhUu agents were twltevvd' to>> take
safe the school U already atrapacity .. (monk), Thkh lluyenQuMut < .
The .tt''ten,*nt part with ItolilhM' youth.
and ha foresee theeceMlty
of the
secretary prln
minunlit aiwcort* have
offers Itcwniea
no explanatWn why
of It Uthe
adding ilpal department ft the "uni
nearly I two months I af I..." freed' after arrest 1.cause *>
!mediate f later ail fled Hu.Mk.tot Church" Udated Herman J, HtMr'cK
lee some of the events against they cUlrnei) to be .persecuted
Oitobee IS. lUkltlhlnta. and some & Soni
Seven Sisters and three lay which It proteola

teachers now serve the par zi According to this statement. ..al lanes or lluiUlhbt a*o .....*. ..4 ekhrt.**
Ian. Mother M. Ignatius Is ..h.principaL communist Viet ("M,. dressed A. far leek .. 11 M.nlh, elation championed them. -f T..., >t.* *.. f.!.<..*..
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Mrs. Norman Kea
as JluiUhUl bats., have occupied TM pclltlral, bonie, ThUh
Titusvillo Sisters'now homo ......"' .. The "''*ICon Tel Quang has built a cam
have forced pi>ple, to Pontiff honors claims' thai Hudtlhlita
$Je11Yon -
ORLANDO Sister of Mercy from County Gal dedicated on October 25. The blessingway
olxtruct government troop have boon persecuted
WINTER PARK Ireland, who staff St. Teresa of this convent added another page in during military o|..ralknna Father, O'Conncrm In clrcumatancoa like thoM ELLISDRUG )
School Tltusvllle have been in their the history of St. Teresa parish and local .
to N'POM authority # .. 4 .A, fv waksj *. Ortofi-Mrili .ta lament I :
k1 new horn since September. It wssGary's In the name ct HudtthUm.ftpedfylnr M .uao,"1.'.t...liCE says were staged by STORE INC
Ceasslou Iaa4 Csvsrel
r placee and date. Father Patrick: OtVmnorRHC. : communUU,
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LEWIS COHIXIEIMRIATIHG re secretary Thkh Ifuyen Quang veteran Fsr l'"'l con Th. belated statement and 4721 S., Or. It r,.,

CO. FAIRVIEW In Romo U,. that' on August n and pun4ent of the NCWC prnl..t, concerning ore pn v "" ISI-tlll, ot.a. .
Duck Inn New "jurrire, t\.I.\ been
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CtUkattc FM Ageflctw will .
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10 The )Florida Catholic, Friday, Oct. 30, 1961

At Holy Name Society's regional convention "! St .

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1W- Jacksonville boys' choir sings at Nombre de Dios

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America' Oldest Mission at St. boys' choir from Assumption par were Impressed at last Sunday'

. Holy Name procession at America's Most Sacred Acre Augustine was the site chosen to ish school The Sister of St. Dominic ceremonies foreshadowing the

mark the observance of the Holy directed the singing. Also add. Quadricentennkl in 1965 of this
The Mission of Nombre de Dios the first eastern regional UN convention marks the place where 399 years Name Society's 400th anniversary. ing a tone of beauty to the outdoor Nation' hallowed acre of the first

in St. Augustine wa chosen to provide at which the Diocesan ago this Nation's First Mass of Lending their voice to the celebration Mass were the mixed voices of the community act of religion and

the proper historic Betting for Union participated, the procession thanksgiving to the Name of God of a Solemn Pontifical adult choir from Assumption par thanksgiving.For .

I the Holy Name men's celebration approaches the altar to begin a wa offered. Mass were, in the foreground, the ish. Pilgrim from many area
of the 400th anniversary of the So Solemn Pontifical Mass at midday

ciety's founding. At the climax of last Sunday, The rustic altar
but doers. They were champions ships that pass or enter the yo. arc all by vlrts turn, reUve the resolution of
of the Faith. What they harbor will easily sight this of jour Faith and your special Pedro Menendez. spoken hereat
I did they did in the name of Beacon of the Faith", and commitment to the Same Nombre de Dios 400 years
Oldest Mission in U. S.
Cod. be reminded of the religious of God trustee and guardian ago:
beginnings of our nation. of thin national historical! "I have offered to Our Lord
(f.'I...4 fr*. ..l. U Dlo, before the mission sound of mission bells between ,I"nt. stand out, brilliant a* name, the Catholic people| Holy Name men everywhereIn this ,,world all that I may acquire
arils erected 1 the first Chris foundation. of Canada and Nombre de Dlos and ever, from the puRr of the who live today In the nation this holy undertaking. We challenge you to exercise and possess, and In order
tlan mission to the American the Iroquois country, dine. Tallahassee here In Florida. annul of .tnirrlra'a 1'11"1. founded here, Mill < Indian Nearly half a century nan Priests were carrying Their villages bore such omit neat year the -tooth annlvrrwry extent that ;you will carry May God prosper wall, this land for the enlightenment
before the house of IlurKCMsei Christianity and civilization names as Holy Faith, St. Who were the men who began of the holy events word of our undertaking Into under the flag of his sacred of those who live here.
met at Jamestown and from this place Into the wild Catherine, St. Joseph, Holy this spiritual adventure'They that we have related this every; corner of the nation. Name. And may we, In our God speed. you.
fully 55 years before the I'll- American Interior. A century Crow, Ascension St. Michael, were Spaniards and morning.To .
Catholics all Priests, con-
grime set foot on Plymouth and a half before Junlpero anti Our Lady of the Rosary -
qulstadora, military gentlemen us, too, .b given .
an opportunity
Rock the
Indiana of Florida Serra and his friars could
II was a Golden! Aft, andhoeetrr soldiers, farmers, tradesmen to be, not sayers
were being taught the fie count 20,000 settled Christian
menu of Christianity and the Indians along the "camino tome aecular hUlorl and youthful explorers. only, but doers. We are resolved
arts of reading, writing, and real"' cf California, an equal ass may have wished to I,. They were Priests and lay to observe, in a fitting
singing, her at Nombr. d. number Jived under the nor I It, that age of Christian men joined together In a and worthy manner, one of 1
great enterprise for the Nameof the great historical anniversaries
Cod. to fall within life
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Their leader was Don Pedro times. We shall mark again
Mtnedes de Avllen, Admiral for the nation's notice high
of the Spanish fleet Their religious achievements, and
fleet sailed out of Cadiz, we shall praise the famous
Y Spain on June 29, 1565. Onboard men who forged them W. I 'Y e fy
1 were fifteen hundred hall caUkmna' minds backto
d'r people. What port of people the day when their founding
were they? We can learn fathers waded ashore
something of the motivationof here on this storied site and
the Priests and of that cast their lamps of Faith Into
gnat layman Pedro Menedei the continental darkness
from records that they have
Particularly! we hall ebo
If'tUI themselves.Four .
serve that holy erraMoa by
Priests sailed with
erecting oat there .a thatthlM '
the expedition. Their name.were .
finger of land that |>roJrt >
Francisco Lopes de Into the River of m>lph.
Mendota Grajales, Gontalo
!Ire a mosumeatal| ...&1-
Skills. dt Meras, Rodrlgo Garcia sated floss. .1t, 1
de Trujillo and Pedro d. .
ti Ilueda.Father. It will be erected' at the
Cannon, at this approximate site where the
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point detailed the St Augustine ran of Christianity was first
Receiving Holy Communion at Mission Mass
-- -- > ? : )'ound tUon'. plans forth permanently planted' In our

; -p pT'hy quadr ntennl.L This land. Two hundred feet In Holy Name men made the pilgrim Father David P.
. God and
'Holy we Name'The wilt Include the erection of height It will rUt. out of the Page Father WU-
the cross votive church: and earth In a strong, masculine age to St Augustine' Nombre de Die Ham E. (finis, deacon and sub deacon
congregation on the hallowed Doston archdiorcftan 1LV director; library. way, like a conquistador's from the combined eastern regionaland at the Mass also. Father Junes J.

pains of Nombre de Dine Joined the Monslgnor Harold F. Jordan Jacksonville Such were the men who word wrought Into cruci diocesan eonventon in Daytona Health assistant moderator of the Diocesan .
choir in the traditional recessional and diocesan moderator of the earn her 400 years ago form. It will be seen from IVach. At last Sunday' Solemn Pon. Union of INS war master of

hymn. At the closing ceremony, the St Augustine 11NS; Monsignor Charter<< They were gallant men full all the major approaches Into tifical Mass, the celebrant, Monsignor ceremonies at the outdoor shrine revered
departure from the altar on the L. Klxlander, Sarasota; and Father nf the heroism of Christ the city Including the William J. MuIlaDy, P.A. distributed a* America' Most Sacred Acre.
They not only Inlet to the east, where.
were ocean
grounds of the Oldest Mission are, Michael V, Gannon, director of sayers Holy Communion. Assisting were

from the left, Monsignor Francis J. the Mission of Nombre de Dion. Many P1

Tlmoney, Loulstllle UN diocesan director other Priests were attendance during
; Father H. J. McMullen 0,1or the October 23-23 first eastern I't'e '

Chicago; Father William I'. Ollare", gional convention, begun in Dayton

Louisville; Monsignor R, 1:. Phllbln. Ikach and concluded her* at St Augustine ai

Miami; Monsignor. Robert T. Klckham. with midday ).I..*. g
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. Panel sounds theme for Holy Name men )-faak :

Panel moderator Samuel L. [tuner were from the left Mike T Power of ;., ,
of Tampa and guest speaker Louis C. St Augustine Mr ulster, Kpifsnlo Recessional from Mass -- -

]fink. of Atlanta both experts led a J. gala ot Ifeffafe. ).II'. Flak, and Robert holy I Name delegates i-premtteg waters regfoeal Find Holy Name materials useful I
lively discussion session at the combined .:. lUroHart r........ Sun U SodetW >4aeJ wi'h dJorota men at the

rrgkmal and diocesan Wy tame tamer U a "re gu" .. 11'F'LA .TV, RVtrnUona tkiMBg rerrmoBk* ta St AogttsttosUst The first eaLstrra rectaaal vme. .. Breaiaa [sees. OP, New Tetk J.

convention.' Their topic at the Saturday Tampa, Lu Fiat to a*****.* (. haadhftg 5 a4ay Th PTVXMSW, to kTteg the aXars tba bW. Oc4ebtr :8->>. fettered a .th MePbersnet, Bostun HNS arrb.pmfcJnt. .

morning seminar ia the Marine pubtk rrUtsM Is* a. AtUatabank. s the giwisMb to th* OiJ st )u.._ wkcr tW400U ,aNr.f tIf'tU' traJUbte ftoea HX3aUsiaal daoeesa sad Ralph A. .
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Room of Dayton Death' Paw. IMel writ** t*e .... *. rrfTmssji ) y rr s.. ta. fovadaMT .f the Italy NaaeS htwdfoaxten rtiiriitirg tbeBMfuajM tee dlf its. Jades priel, 8t

j .f was "Holy Name men and eemaMWea.. Pri j*.tt" in the IWIa... .or4, was M.e 4. U 1M0 Nembre d. Die w. alai Ub*. b the Darts** Father Lanes is the *Jor. lit UM Hry.

lion" Among the laterr ted audieae Journal be kttol I* a4jr ptfmsM a'alB M 1M Qnsiiliisi Pea* hers IlatHT -'Ilar1N a.- Nac. Jewa&1. aatile&1 .eetMj ..

discussing the speakers' uggstian t..w tl k Av'ltsem at ivukesL vAtt se ir'alt. hen the kit Father &_ SodMty_ rot


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11 The Florida Catholic, Friday. Oct. SO, 1901
Name ----
men hear --- ----- -

DCCW to be representedat

St. Augustine Story- national convention

(C.. UM. trim .... 1)
the spirit of Christian antiquity the cause of truth U not
[standing service I. |fc. tooltjr. 1- and the best theological by a formulation andproclamation exhausted J.\CHSONV1LU: Monsignor Patrick E Nolan. dUocesan

tradition. of a dogma. All spiritual director of the Council of Catholic Women

The Archbishop made the The layman the members of the Church will lead a delegation from the Dloceee of St. Augustine

[awards, assisted by Father his most perhaps Important accomplishes must bear witness to their to the 32nd national! convention for Catholic women.

[Dennis B. McCarthy O.P. na- function In the worship of beliefs In that truth. Faith The NCCW will meet In Washington D.C. November 11.

tional director of the Holy the Church. We know and and belief ban been entrust 14. with headquarters at the Shortham hotel Themo of
I Name Society. The latter's na- believe with all our hearts ed to all of us. cleric and the convention "Vatican
tional headquarters In New that laymen.By largest gatherings of t'.aha*
only the ordained Priest .t Council It and You:
I York announced He women In the rounti\
recipients of can make the sacrificial offering his baptism every Chris Vie lit'!t'NatltJn will Includeillotf
I the
Among speakers
the awards the jiromii.
on eve of the
I convention held In Florida. of Christ really presenton tlan person becomes both the ,.m bOArd member, Mrs.rrr lid are UI+hop Stephen A.
the altar. bearer and subject of .'' L. L.H'her
testimony of St. Josoph liven Auxiliary to the An If
Honored were Monsignor But the I'bratioa of MSMl to Cod's word and com t I'' '" I.h, ttradenton, president: bishop of San Antonio; Fibs

| C. 1. EJslander V.F.. pastor more than roruwtrsUoa mand. And baptism finds com .1'J ;\11" Anne Tucker of theme er John 11 I :huller lliurgU

I of St. Manna parish, Sara- alone. It U the sacrifice .f pletlon In confirmation: the parish" correspondingcrreury authority; Lady Robert J.trl..
iota who was St. Augustine the whole chirrh. the com- sacrament of Christian maturity ; :M1sa. Irene" Seaiton.f sou (Barbara Want. ItiltUh

I diocesan Holy Name spiritual MOB cffrrlag of all CbrUtUn-. and fullness of Christian : St. I'aullIh In Jaeksrni- author and economist
I director for 19 years; Father personality.The i 1 lie, chairman c< nrflanlaatlon -
I William O'Hara of Louisville; It Is the thanksgiving of slid development! anti U "will b. unit ami topcoat
two laymen from Cleveland the whole I assembly of Holy Name Confratern* r"-.mutton antl by Uws; and Mih,r and women are a rjrd .

I and the following past preslI Christ's members for the gift Ity has for 400 years given nr, Mi :* George P. Coyle, of St. to bring walking. thota
I dents of the St. Augustine DU that Christ has become for a living example of clerical Matthew parish. In Jkw TURn of the outstanding'

1 ocesan Union of Holy Name us. It Is above all In the Mass and lay collaboration: In the L L1u! vitte. life member. M*klnctun ailrnrilon\ 'will

I Societies: that all Christians, clerical Church.of This its organization, because j Al .o planning" to attend! the b.. atalh..hl.. .
experience offers
and lay are called to spiritual Nn I'W convention are Mrs.rph .
safe ground for further tie The program will exploreIn '
Joseph licCaug han of Tampa ,
collaboration and then to its .' Sihavlwrt, of Aseeni -
elopment depth the role of the bit*
moral completion in supernatural .n p.irUh in KM ( .n... Ian
Frank J. McNulty of St. Petersburg. Tomorrow a solemn Ma.s .. as It h beuitf develops) jt the
charity. Only If I) 'hole past ()(, \\ preet- ",
Second Vatu Counrll MM.
Priests and people actively will be celebrated at the Mission dent\ Mrs. Cyril S-xMlng. vt
Arthur Nelson of St. Peters collaborate In Mass does the of Nombre de Dios at St. tfIul; pariah In Jk wvMile Joseph. fIIrt.II tiny<< of S..nilantlsco
th. n a tin 1 n 1 1NCCW
burg. priestly ministry of the Augustine a citadel of apostolicity I IW-aeh. .a Zeal OCW 1
Newly elected HNS diocesan officersThe |>r....ul..irt, rMfiitlvwtM
Medallion Circle dedicated to the
awards church find Its fullest expres i4-eeldent: Mina ilajrrn. ***!
went to the Priests and to the Mission the Holy Name UIKh of Nt. ('M".... parish In luimeil an auditor at the
36th) annual convention VntU.m
of the .
first t'ottttt'It.Falh.r !
.Ion..And founded way vlce-prrsiJent.; Monslgnor
Cleveland 3*>
men Richard W, yea..10Th. Orlamb who has rrv..l In
In the Diocesan Union of Holy Name Societies i- Jordan James J. McAuliffe ( \111"111 i K SinliM.Mstalant .
Asmus and Andrew E. Jecker. same way total Mission Is a glowing tributeto ; ,president; |Yuba, itatnery anti dlnrwentoiMll
collaboration Is required for the collaboration of clergy held last Saturday in Daytona Charlea P. Hcnael second vice-presi ( ) work .. a leader In dlnceaan -i>iMnnlrtirtNlnr. l

finish The Priests received silver the achievement of t h eChurch's and laity In the Florida Beach, chose new leaden for the next dent; and standing! from the left, QyA etch; an-l Mrs IWxHt. Lueto will udin'iMivMonxliittor ,
replicas of the Nolan .mil I theII'W
Holy teaching mL-wlon. Church a collaboration equally two -('a,.. Under the direction ofMonalgnor W.
Name ) King secretary; Harold A. Keller, )n> Mmt of the !M. Joseph .
Insignia mounted ileleftitlon I.tt I.hI""on. t
ebony shield. All the laymen on an Without the question right of It the 1s exclusively responsible for the enor Harold F. Jordan diocesan marshal; and Johnnie H. Montgomery, huller In I.r...tt>nton.Xhr .
mou.K'n'U of the Holy
( ("th IN
moderator officer who will women
serve art, treasurer
received gold finish awards and
Bishops to make
doctrinal Name Confraternity today
the. tthav. who miht wish
mounted on walnut shields decisions, to formulateand seated from the left Floyd J, Tred-
In the choice of your contention to atlffKl, may .'II.fof' boMel -
The Liturgy changos
Circle, Father
says proclaim
theme, then U expressed l I.f awl MwefvathMM tiNOnv )
McCarthy recognizes t1 ..,," "" """ '"'' Diocesan UnionConvention
the result and the Housing bureau, UI1
The people of tbe Chart,11
outstanding service to the
society. are all boand bjr these dwl- hope of that collaboration; Subscribe K Mrre. NW Washington' undor study

ibis sod have to 1UU .. the Holy Name man's abtllix- 11 C., 310t50.
*o T. Soaks of Jackson these and tb... to be a soldier of Christ a elects new u....,.... bee .*.. II
obey Whew ., ..
Till, toammatirr, prrceiited witness to Christ's cause, stapostle Now.M.NN..M.NNN .1.| 'I.U If. rhMw Blu It's! r-lura I,.. |the ...11..". rni.
But the
Church's service to
to the delegates the provlnrUI to spread the Gospel officers to lead H N S
/ .1N .1 I ruplUl. It Mill h. .Ik* .n
of the Do m In Irani from > ---- --- ,
ew .1 .Ik*. till MfVllMI. .1 the. Healrtet I the Mas* In Fut:
York, Father Robert L. Kvrrr. DAYTONA ItKACII-Thla: con\entlon was dtllin-d I'C'C'W hwrd.Mm. IMi on each nlurntn. "r ihretreat

In his address Father Kv- 9ter' by the Holy Name Society'* national officer to help uarealixe and l d..tittfrhs'I ) 'in
Lathes will restart wiak EngUal. the Priests have -
ery noted that nowhere in del the role we have atahC'. ,. of men Monsignor IMIiMpsieil
lilttOM1 ronvemtkst slid In tUily reh..r.il i>f
the world does the confraternity Harold F. Jordan Mid In addressing the here .
> pr-MM at her tae-tl's hymn wMi |I. >ple will' t<1'11.t '
of the
Holy last Saturday MirHIng when) Invitation hiss In the new ItnntHiUiiM s.
flourish It does ..nl"M| hy pMlah i of- (
as In the United many
h sklntf In-fore an I...... will I* wneMerwi f"T MM Teems tI' ."I..h tN-. gip t'I"ftI \
States. lve assembly aliendlni the HCMTwhu" round the reftone.1pnifranM Mat .UfU' .n.I'I'k. f\.." ililm week\ 'tit

: "..Ionl lit the Holy Nsmeifi Inier-wtlrm ami. Inforrnallvf The DCCW ....nl will meet fvlhiw ,, .
"This success, he said. \\1 Y'Tt .. jL'r The lt |holy| rrlc it t"'s nit th u Ouf
clearly the result of a clone u >t Pastern regional meet, Name -rlty HWIUM In Orlamto. at he CherrvPlau Kngh.h: In 'Ihi( Mi,,i MI,,i|
In-r,. rombined' with the Mthnual anawarthH .. .. ,
knit collaboration betweenthe lM4el on Nm mlirf 11 |hr> HI lllll'I n I
nwlty far tncr-asedmemh.r.htp
r .>, I dhMMsn. *"v.*HeM II. Heaervallur sank After ". .
clergy and the laymen of reault. ,Uilh. ere lit ( !11.10'.1'| '> pt"p.r| |' >
>- mirnetetol -
America. In celebrating the ', 'it ictuir Jordan finphaehiKl. I awl ivrvvnUlewon the mall and all mm...r- "f 'Atiiiv pi"ut .,iin, Uv,. I.ttur.l" ,il

400th anniversary of the confraternity the nerd fur tefHMNl'Vp efforts It St Martha. were. the 11t1'W lead are rr.I.| ....'i- I ummtsdun' nut IjiYw $IlAh4I.1goWtww
we are really pay. l-y 11.., Name imM to y pariah.the ..I| by Mr. lecher t.. reply at pngr.m. its'a .

Ing tribute to this collabora 'T b issue. of Cnrtet'a U_ 'Ionelpot J"n lh.ttkt." 1r 1 l 114'1'|(ly and ittrtetljr ufhm ..wd to taw en lu S-rW\o
tion. J.-, out....", officers far t her PUa. Hut.I', sleek" timer. tbe IminMiUttuitntknln \ anal.

successful la Wrhlp of theIHuretMtrt |...*>rvatW>tM nco.-y tn make tt
Noting the example of mi.sinners "
Father Every,continued. ij- Unlun ilurinth) The nstisetel l CMtvenllun UJ t.MMtlilIt* full anal activeLqr
rtltw4We tint th*
In our own day the whole IVY fk>rkM 11 forward movement pad two yeera. I Idelivrr t, .*). *<. SIIt'- f.II1t.t4 the yrrtrl utlrn1..

Christian people has been t -i .>f the Church .In Africa the

stimulated" to become a con stloewan spiritual m.sktetnr Woman called parish missioners

sciously worshiping communIty urged the .laymen to nvire aelively

through the liturgical re serven. the a|,..u>il I

rewaL There have been calls il'Mc4 safari .,m. of their parishes.1lelegute at St. Augustine deanery meeting

from the Popes to participateIn from the 1.-....

the apostolate of the laity rf s. AufiMlrM elm! thH Man rU.TK.W"lVn of the At Aufuatlne IVanrryCbuncil >> gtMIIIM. .Iro.w1y |n.wIv. ..t.
These factors are paving the abhrevM tuelniin ....
cf catholic: Women meeting here ()Wnlnnalay pra.nlwl' M..III'jo.r I'alrli I.K .
way for a reawakening of the r"n i<> brer rilli.a prwl. :. ......., iMure-Mn ",.....,...
week '
laity and for a renewal of the tint Itanlel A. NauctMM of last were asked1: "Kath: of y U 'U a mbwlnnary" UW. wtto. rulNIm.t./rd> the

total view of the Church In j.ce-tt the mimaneUmt tornniin In your own perish what are you doing ab Mit It r. ikms-rrjr rfwlrmvn II I*,..if

Discuss HN officer's ..-s stole nf new tMr The speaker, was Father Vlneetit, Houston CJMR. ,........
training courseston J1emP urth.eal'aeals..s.ly who told the women. the pufj.e of a miMlnnary Is. "t.
Why Amen? the .- bra Ie fIIII'M .ut, h. ...,

The benefit of many year leaden Joseph P Urfiaughan of Tampa( ; ,a.-. .. V,.t-Vs. mt.sege.IN Ales' lk4HrIn who MAtfHirlne ifce Mese.l *e1.4tvtt. I The M.' ,* MM a',.. lee tile seal tic ,..ssawar. .
ship experience was lured by officer and Frank J. Citato of Orlando ... ...1*' sew I h.nt.'r ''l'
she rU .
fj rrrrlTlif llolCM- at last WTtkcnd's region Holy Name Among several! dozen men profiting by Ja.N J. Mr \.IU. .rim .. .roll.lM sill. Ttw tyrantM .
wssloa, In a pTlrlom .< Nisusats ".. ..'tk. ) aslltl.ti el slits. .< lk. l I...r.l.Mfs .
l "
convention in Beach. Panel the from the hpr. *-f4n> Ie >tr "''n'h
Daytona were landing tl .
toe asd
program dess.ry >* f afMk
faith In the airy' :.rb.rUl.Tk "Iatff r.,., .. dYn.a.aasi. '
A A "".. ef M. Aa .III Wll,. lt.M f.-7l.n, IN"! "t
Jame .
ra.bw ef ujUf djut. lab presenting ideas gained erring aa Itt J. Carryl of Jacksonville .. .........& tL.r1. W.-wft (1.10 the dto.., ..
back t. ike earliest ,...t.n.. diocesan TINS presWenta were, seated. and Koque Santa Crux of Tamp, Tredssr ., Div l.4- efl.erd. Palien W TtwiMM UrMst,. were .Intf n.lu. wl I "ii..tt.i>liiiAtt "" .

.t Clrietlastty." from the left JiG C. Kenaud of Boa .. p.rib, |I.||-MMIWtMk. tl.tMeey Mwt.esl.f. etlas.iM Singaporo poor *.rto lit'1. r,-Mi ,.iii .1 ion
MM .AII aklr* -H the
_.. .
the flrvl W x.ftevM IM mllrflWu ta0e.na ufTk
**.}. _.mw, dwrl sag the INerN -. .'''IU \r"'U: <''In Ala IMir. ,.. th y." .. r <

ALL SOULS DAY MASS NOVEMBER 2 10 A.M. Other UfrtJ ....M.J were .-N....... sssan i'atMe. ....Iw.. he$..p se4. lhsi sth JiUn Kajru ta Ike r.ler. ArII'II" Iss'n ..f '',:'

CKsrlrt r. llerwel frwm M-H seeIylsray' .>#*.*. L.A. ps_. p.rWt M Iiatrrgs .. ...... spohe tI' ..... n.YsAst .,".
M M ifufcefciy the wl.l .......
", Itwt.rawt |-H.K Tam tab a. tie MMrs. s1aesv.rpe.tesI. .......
lie .Math tee .be p>*r le eaiaeWNk -
CALVARY CEMETERYPINELLAS pa as -flIt vro prshbwkJttiiMe .. -. tossesM shed..
If. NeMt.taKy .1 Je...... Lefcf. dew
flr*. the ( ",. *. Ikl *..
Mast lklr IL.k.owr p.r.,... e -Mi rn"W iieeaffl-til. a4* (tarn Me* MO l'egM ..nll-4 I* ..
COUNTYFOR .I.klClM. tessuret.. ..1141r..A. dremul I'". g+.lap1 M...ssisglbs. aisle Rslf' lee ttI.nIt. .... HjM 4sr Itrd place. ... )'.ut..,,'.
/ K.Ike ,... K Jeas> s.... by ... wnaMs wII 1_. .. vw+..e uses YMrw05 J..k..aNUst. ..(
i.s1145 .
CATHOLICS OF THE WEST COAST AREA .ph 1'1" IkwtMsn. IMMwtoH ftr...4 If cis t'It..1 -''''....... std 11./7 M-M,. 1.+..keraillf 0..

CATHOUC CEMETERIES ARE PERMANENT SYMBOLS OF FAITH HOPE. AND LOVE. pMeeheLi '.n bfcti w.ofk in .,. .l..na.. t... I 4fh..lll $...f ..4 .thIrd, .... WlllUm'. hay.
W Kist ., IMf. prtah ':I'" .1 ICIO ..lOt Ihr"Cw" ">: '. I..r, ,, I I h .d I t .
THEY DO NOT MARK THE END OF ALL THINGS, BUT THE BEGINNING. Itos.ry wuli Jarasnnvtlie, etbt t. r-i need f. Ii-a \. J a M .'t(* !. ease /trkhs.l.t..ral .

sgala .W ave ae "HI Awn > ,...lftelunt !U'ji ")1ft :'A.1.0 '.'.> rhnpman .,1 tI.e

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1 aswtl r.terft Mdr' I.s ti r. i ell j ITS' r I' jfj! 1.1 ann.r.l 1 It'll W i ia4r I'
T14 111reIS was rep the C4 Mt f--. -1 V"' U. ". Wit 11.1. lee of.i.I" ha4le .

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Phone 52M238 Office daily 9.... l tI'V9 ..... ..... !3essa :*. .lira. -1 r :- -1-.1."" ,,' tJ c: .uutI "tHoly

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flThoCatholltlaY.SO.ltMsgr. ! !( .

Catholic Seven new structures _

blessing blessed last Sunday

(C-.. ...4 lr.. .**. 1) was an award.winning one of
LAKEfAND-Dedication: ceremonies took place on ing a chapel. The Sinters, (.t"
October 25: at the new St. Joseph convent here. Monsl- headed by Mother Joseph that the church woul l he Among the Priests presentat
officiated blessing the handsome Mary OS.F., staff St Joseph t used more and more by all the dedication of Holy Rc>
John F. Scully
grade school here.Chaplains Church
parishioners, those who have ary were Monsignor
two-story structure at 1 p.m, to Monsignor
not heard of the truths of Patrick E. V.F. Father
"It is good for us on an occasion such as this, Mon. Scully were Father Arthur Faith and the fallen-aw ay Joseph Barry, Father JosephJ.
signor Scully Bald, "to pause and consider why the Cath L. Dunnlgan of Holy Spirit J f' 'by k! Catholics of the parish. Rlmshaw SSJ. Father
olic Church makes such sacrifices In terms of material pariah, Lake Wales, and Father Thomas McGrane and the
expenditures of money and assignment of Priests and religious Thomas! J. Burns of Resurrection The old church In the par parish assistants, Father JohnJ.
staff its school parish, Lakeland. r'' Jah will be used an a parish Guntner C.SS.R. and t ather -
to them that the of life rr. hall It was built 40 years ago
purjicwe Other guests of St Joseph'spastor Vincent Houston C.SS.R.
system. Is to grow dally In the Divine Father William J. by the late Monsignor DennisA.
It could he summed up In Life of God in their souls. Kan-ell. of Lakeland at the Lyons, a Priest whose Hume 40 Hfoter of .t".r.1
the word of Scripture which We believe, he said that an midday ceremonies were Father memory Is revered by Cath Jacksonville rommnnltlr
describe Our Lord's youth of education must train a child Da rid B. Cronin St Clement olics of this' area. joined the parlnh's SUIem oftit.
Nazareth: "Jesus grew In for this life and eternal life pariah, Plant City; Father Holy Rosary's new' pro>tilonal Joseph at the ....rfmonl'...

wisdom ace and grace before or eta It !Is no education at Matthew J. Connelly St church was blessed by Holy Rosary Church hat
God and men" he said. The all If God Is not the beginning Joseph parish, Winter Haven: the Archbishop at 11 a.m. A reinforced concrete foundations
Catholic Church builds Its and the end of life, Monsignor Father James C Fa hey, St. Mi sa Recitata followed. The
and floor slab, structural
schools that our children' like Scully emphasized, we Thomas pariah Bartow; Fa. Convent blessed in Lakeland room for 400{ persons in thepews steel framing Insulated;
Our Lord at Nazareth may have failed In the crowded the
very purpose ther Paschal Doutte O.SB., was on day
John F of Tampa Wales Monsignor Scully; Father roof deck built-up roofing,
Monsignor Scully ;
"grow In wisdom age and of life. St Leo Abbey, St Leo, and of dedication.
dedication ceremonies Thomas J. Burns\ president of Santa structural: clay tilt and steel
grace before God and men. Father James E. Griffin of presided at on Additional service Is
sides.It .
In concluding| :MonnlgnorSc St. in Lake October 25: for the new convent to Fe High School; and Father William panel
Joseph parish In this structure by the
Mon"lnnor Foully' I... a Turn- u l lly l congratulated 'the is located between the
the Sisters of who J. O'Farrell, pastor of St. Joseph's,
land. St. Francis
pa Priest arlhrly engaged In FrinrlM-in Kl"tern for the serve social hall for 200 at the see- school and the existing park.
education In the IHocexe. Ihounand of uvula they have Father O'Farrell. Lake staff St. Joseph School, Lakeland. who is responsible for the new con tlon of the building behind Ing lot and connects to the
trained to grow In wisdom land's pastor, launched the From the left are Father Arthur L. vent's construction. the sanctuary.: sidewalk which leads from
Further In his talk Monet age and grace through, the campaign for the new convent Dunnlgan of Holy Spirit pariah Lake The newly blessed' church, the school to that lot. At the
gnor Scully noted! that the at the beginning of this year. Thomas 1 E.
)ear*. designed by dedication, al! the school children -
Church teaches the child to Before his assignment to
Ewart Jr. of Jacksonville, lined up on the side
grow in wisdom -a taste for The convent will house St. Joseph parish, he served In Jacksonville complements the design! of walks to form an honor guard
God and the things of God. Lakeland's six Sisters of St. for four years at Holy Rosary the elementary' school which for the Archbishop.;
The Church likewise/ teaches Francis of Alleganr, New In Jacksonville where he left w
her children In her schools to York The concrete block the imprint of his pastoralzeal.
grow In grace. She teaches structure has 10 rooms Includ- addition and
.- Kenny .

4 itt convent dedicatedThere

petgi6111 1Ih rIJ (C......*4 (... .*.. It tend dally Mans In the chapel. he bleiwM the wing
;, ; Sisters and lay teachers were The red brick convent was for the classes In biology,

with their homeroom' classes. occupied by the Sisters In .chemistry physics and home

Ceremonies began In the September. It faces east and economic..

Wit t chapel 1 In the convent where has a view at the north of The crossbearer' Frank
Johns River. Modern
the St.
the Archbishop read the dedication Taxnone, and seven acolytes
Danish furniture has been
finally led the congregationInto '
prayers.Walnut used In the home for the face
the gjmnaslum.
stained walls In the ulty of the Slitters of St. Joseph
The portable extension' was
chapel are complemented by teaching' at Kenny. Slater -
L In readiness and the MUsaRecitata (
Thomas Joseph is superior
colored ,lall. The windowsare
began after the choir,
{ and principal The diocesan
e ?t iayl: : In various shades of blue supervisor/ Sister led by Joseph McGonagle,
except' for two one depleting sang the processional hymn.
Mary Damian S.S J.. resides
St. Joseph' on the Epistle side In speaking to the students
with this community.
and the other the Blessed the Archbishop told them that
Mother. The In After blewlng the convent, and
figures are by their reverence per*
shades of red. the Archbishop and Priests' fectlon In giving Mass responses

\ Pews accommodate the 13 went In procession to the they formed a "co
'( Sisters of St. Joseph who ut girls' school. rona" to the day's events.

_ Students before Lakeland convent _

St. Joseph School children in Lakeland cis from Allegany' New York, who Death claims Irish Priest

formed an honor guard at last occupy the convent, teach at the par

I Sunday's dedication of the new St. Joseph lab achooU Father Joseph A. Barry (left) of Jacksonville

convent. Six Sisters of SU Fran I Is one of the relatives of the late Father Joseph' :,

i harry' :: .

The Irish Priest's death leaves Monsignor William .

Monsignor Trainor blessesSt. Harry as the sole survivor( among the brothersand ( : %
sisters of the late Bishop Patrick Barry of % :

I St. Augustine This picture was taken at Monsignor \ & :

Barry's golden jubilee in Miami Beach four

Patrick school Tampa years Iro.Barry.

II'A-Trtbut. was paid here Jut Sunday both to operation! between a great family mourns

the Joyal Catholics who put first things first regardless Priest and a great people. '

of sacrifice and to the dedicated Priests, Sisters and lay The new lutilllluN. KM ftltrlMMrtmm :;
I teachers who maintain the high standards of Catholio Ct' MaMtnry tee.aleeriloe. death of Irish Priest 1iy e,

education. Monsignor John F. Scully of St. Patrick parish Flans are tcrr.*i.

received the praise of Monalgnor Patrick Tralnor of up an4 duwa Mulns (1-...... i- e.e. It Joined In honoring Monsignor

SL Petersburg Beach when he was here to bless St. Pat- Thomas Madden. of ).Miami renluul' Jubilee .nt year. Her harry on the uccaslnn of Mgokkn < 'e;.

rick School on October 23. the architect has arranged It ".. and by teachers In their no that the building ran b hoed I.! 111 IS at Mt. .',1,14 k'* hUlld. Jacksonville .
Th. six-classroom addition "work. This spirit he said rxMIratal( la ten. cUMrwims.H 'ulUe, :>la)._f". IrrUTl. Until he was Is?' JosephBarry At Konny's convent,

*Men MonnlgiMir Tremor has built and preserved 1 the. .Is a singly.lo* dedicated on the front of Catholic Church.* In the United type" building ti> provide for ty flare-the elementary! bleated the convent at Bishop Kenny convent for the Sisters of St. Joseph
State Father Joseph Uarry's first subjects all pupils rovtr-.n.1
ChrUt the King was occupiedby t excellent \entklatkm.' The High School Jacksonville, last Friday. high school girls stood outside in a .
More than anyone else. Bald prevent school with Ih* addltkm \'I-It to the Land In which the In the evenings, the study
the parish !pupil In Sep the biting Priest, M to nlgnur Mew has 14 cUsuruoms. a harry family m* le bull Imprlnu .... cvntlnuetl under the vlflUnt While he was inside reading; the guard of honor.

Umber Scully the prime bulkier of convent and atlintntstratkun In Catholic r.luc tk>n-- errs of parents anxious
this wonderful parish' ; the nut only In HufkU, but la for their children to learn.
Tfc. lit l'rler.herg. |le..h toe who curtcrhed It and 1 area.Father Manuel Morales was other parts of the country After. his ordination he spent
.prelate. Ml4 that h* wailed. tlrca..le.
hour tile the of this
Mho gave after hour towmklng muster i>f remwmle. at the M at great IHirnarWIcHigma : centuryallotted
tint t>( all |.. pay k..m.c t.tl on the minute rN> lkrtkeitoi' ceremony, Reebla. (\ In ttikwrs when 1 to him h >ldiftg the
nap l l (nlhultr. wise. tMiUlrtlIkelr tally liefwre he shared' l hit Monsignor TraM. 1feea. the Parry family beta a re line her the Faith In hUhomHn

fnrtUlker l I. building >UK'n 'with" the parUh' The, pie*et as r\te.ts for the union.IU.
M honk.Msny cimtimjMt Monrignor Srtilly\ event were Father }) l.*ttl .nest. ClaIM to the U.S. 'In all to rhrbt"
of them he saM, when the time wa rl|*. ywu' Urn I' JW R and Father Per Wet to acrt an honnr.rr The funeral MSM tM week.
make heroic Mi-rlflr to pile all (Hit jour hamta together nard MrWIUtoRM. CM.R.Mbwliinarv degree of dnrt the children a good Catholic and realised' this .....uUMarhle"lUf'lt I ZeUtrlres. of the Parry follei.. the ImMHulkMifiHtn .Msnedgnnr fUrty's to the
e<1u<'atl<>n lie Mid too that It which "'t hate SMTM" Heart who staff the M by hU lbro4h. pdtrfeiMt church' he fMtno..lttj
was; the Mine im|' it rn.tu\ .tnt blessed totUv school\ Joined In the slntlnc en amt nun-l tef In Mlaet. on ....rMis. MKT ami Ia.
by the n iii lu'1 i../I ,t,. 4) thai ii* The reality t>f .",1.,. he of the hymns with the piuhkmen. ather Parry was buck as.M toasts Mktml IWwrK OMtttaa
/Hred li.n.1r,1c.i i '. t.tC1'l\ aid. Is the result of the cu In 11MO when all vt ....rltU of the dcwi nl who "Mt.
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