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: November 6, 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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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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C hQl1fclo in English facing peopleVOL. ':\

.XXVI, No. 1 Orlando Florida, Friday, November 6,1961 1Of

Al'R1'sTl1New: editions of the missal Incorporating

-- English are on their to the Diocese for use
way _
High; school ri in the celebration of Mass in the vernacular, beginning)

r the first Sunday in Ad>'ent. When the new liturgical regulations .
take .effect on November 29 people will notice

these other changes, in public Masses:

additionsfor The celebrant will face the people

A layman will be commentator. As a minor minister .

he will comment at specific( places In the 101.....

The altar of Sacrifice will be simply adorned. and I It

Tampa t there will be no obstruction to the view of the actions of
the Priest.

Some hosts will be consecrated at every public

TAMPA-Tampa Catholic High School a wondrous Mans.

gift to its community Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley said 1 Directive will forthcoming from the Chancery for

at the dedication of the new classroom building and new the pastors. Their instructions spell( out the practiceand

multi-purpose building last Sunday. lie was presentedto promotion" of the new liturgy Moanwhlle on their

dedicate the two new buildings by Monsignor John F. annual retreat last week the Priests under the presidencyof

Scully: president. Archbishop Joseph P Hurley and members: of the Diocesan .

In his introductory remarks the school official expressed Uturgkal Commission prepared themselves for

for the Catholics of Tampa their united appreciation !their I pastoral! responsibilities In Instructing the laity on
and gratitude for the beautiful buildings that they the changes.

have for the very fine equipment, and for the outatand After Ni emhre M t IMp lwnrea Inn. the lltar toys
ing faculty assigned to the tt ."" : ....ijle, will ..*e an Offertory will .brlnff a rlnxrlum and the
school strewn : xe > -,- ............. 4 I..u..klll.onla may Uk* win and water
The Archbishop ble Med the rials of place from th* t.... net at I
tram th. .
.aet l ( the In*
moral ur.I the
altar rail *r from th*
new classroom building whkh ceremony. .. ..
by the (' leak IrixlartlttH' of rh *|f Ih*
U the church. In th
provide ten more room for God. and the M4.. ih. .M 4,.lnU will h*
chimes, a library chapel and from taught by Sisters of St. Pominic of s.Iked.
permanent administration (need to Karnor: Adrian. Michigan, (standing left :

area. The multl'purptwe bulk Catholic High Kl-: background), now has two d.! .... Proposalsto Chubs' <>n th. altar rat JUr>

Ing at dedicated. serves ai be a. worthy he asked of ( ) Rcull)'. room buildings, a multi-puq I, re will not ftwlrurt the

an auditorium and cafeteria what It and building and a nvrnU. help PQJp1J Uti yew of their site or
and has a Uge. for the cchnol school ,th.t, "I"" plate dowers.

Thf.. .rw edurallniial f*. >pi' wibe. __ __ rule Church L naew I n.. 1.rPRt III the to altar plated elSiriflte
rllllkn' wire Mr...d *hll. The new '
]: Its ..'..1.",. lined! the Hulkway dedicated at 2 keen: the crucifix
will lie unall--or laid
.. a in.id of honor tor day It tlK'l study Y.lTM.tX MTV (M ) flat -
not hlmlr. the
MI a tn MMIregslknt'
the ..trrhhUhop.In ltrUofl area l The Cnum-ll has approvalymawMls I
view of the r l
hU address on the occasion. addition In uhlUh a .enIral .braid !'.... low Uaa, there
enMmbuktn WaW
Arrhhiahop Hurleyreltemted lion ram by Priests e HtohnsM > will he. two s.Mlea lighted.
the Pale In JIM..llmet"
building hi of
Th chalice will b the..
tht offktol( ob. on
Church and atruttlon and !
the the Tlloce.e-the of Catholic education In at mat and "' : !!' : of the (>iurC't8 .irfhM.h...p Harley g*'. the ItnsMn ('\1,.. Hath pro- altar before MM begins.
expansion .pmuiai. were vi4.d hv i v.rwhelming -
are vinyl the 'I TrUuum with |
of the
to embrace the
system .. m )iirttle* In th* are in the malts front
The multi M I, ba.lag hi. talk
number of Catholic here last
< gathered "Iltlll" im amendiwenta tn
.. ha* terrasao apes! the pressing| ; *'.<<. ..lIh Iltnalp'/ Brothers >
children and young | >ople. liturgy during the srhnna flit dvUM at Plait"lea -
Tampa has been growing high telling ttrrh .. ttrmtilhl eat InIh Th. mt antering the
trreatly In recent years and building .Wnry' .>f the Arrh causal ............1! (.... aanrtuary with the altar boys,
there are now ome 1) grad to Moncjgnnr !: .....Wd the var|'u* rll. Th Vi4 nn th* htahpa'ntmealalen will b* vetted a* usual Prrreedtrig >
thowett the foun
arreerui on almwl' at arqvialni to the altar of startle
schools, parochial and otherwine ,
lWimUkrm member., I\.t..r f
rtl largest > rall.t"
and at the present,time ides of the : pariah rrtowU with fit*, he alit pause ,fur the
ftw..t..t by rather IWtfMrtl Y. Iual. 'I".ulI"".. \3. Th
- file Catholic High SrhooU.Th Tampa IIAIJ'M .In. U\t. h-4.( INtUSap. drrmtfMyalat u.. mllne.n'.1> prayer! at Ih* t.w.l t>( the aWlar
/ tnalno
, Dloc..... he said, hat Hrkiml ,(I. I !; well& >.-,*|VW l CMI .j wanar.h/Mwll..n aWwell; ci b.\ ..t .. .. .'." till IM'wand before, going to the other
given these IIIChCJOl> :-.n.t the \erthtag.. I adalci. en Mw'C' |'h* rulirlr. ttt IM'.arrr .fulf, trussMI'phra....,.M,.. slMNnM" H,...".. I
other* to the communlde( ... th* rhangr tn mania, 'tog that KUhof with the she M.*** JWrtdf the Jii8JIt.

and. to the nation.! In keeping Tampa (' .*, Many nt the new "hymn In |N.,pe have "full) ami, auprem ff led frle. *( e.ff.r. M.*.
......,. Ih. day* .1h-uher.
two ) /
with American and Catholic during weekdays. al an attar
the" approved, hymnal* were p.wer In th* Church
tradition. mull .purpi... : ** WM reklr'.teI. l ."' 1' Ownng the retreat by roil faring Ih* .people, h-* wilt
lie urged the youth at trig +JO, and : at 7.k acmnl- Ih.. ''r''''. of the .s'tie4a rare turn to 1"aM reed the
Tampa Catholic High School ward RcoU. .nlliol.'Y new rubric, with, Iawi1 under .Ih* detMi| of To Curia }!puil'" and. a..1| l 'n English.II. : '' '

to be "worthy of the Cat Note hunt the '\ facing the Mtgr> Father fyrll 1 Kesmedy CITM.Twnt \ TM'. .\\ < I1V C\O-. ......,. ..d. Inly dark
Chunk and Ju traottttomwhkh by Thomas J. ........... and anewrwe A/II.M <'arUinal Meyer of t Mra. III." .heady M. ...,..a .... 1.
hat, '* peopled the ae tect. ts-ad.tlr heM. fcy the LitTh .. h... bwsa isaleasi. be ....,. .
the lin.p.l| er fie fptotl'
with sages and bards and Slater Ann Shoed whew. Cos eshalun I. ....... Paul 11 I In tte nt..*ahl9. tat ..f la.. ...,. *.b..*..*e |,. >
........ the < .on **,.\* I.Mf ,.... J. rrfcwt ,retie) tar led. altar, alrxig" wilts 'l.ulft far
St. Patrick School 1 1 1 ... aM pwiMsbeq tel.eal. an Monday. ........ Sinai Trsll. y..t.vire in* I I''In thn. InaUnrM where
r. her- hwenlieaq C a'tda'r Kb* AtHHM.**. .,.l at Ha*..> **>! Ja .ph It will he iMpDMiM taiflifMsiety *.
K* le..e. nw the They received. ..-..i .sterh (........I.H...... vi B wg.a.Frsaes fee th* pastor .Vt pee-
Jacksonville | 1 1eUtI t'clog'... t. .lwiwlia> a..hrwhwr. Car.Maal NN.r seal ye1.e, led altar, IA lac* the
India. HI. mil. mmpibMl. .by the lH........ I.H- <(<'.,011 ln,| t..'fuhvr *f. lhe a-ttk'l the f1ec-.-... .sac giveneat
JACKSONII.I.i: Our duty and ( U '."..* Nan. Itualue and Christianize, to elevate the ') ,. .....* the W Uw |.4..a the rntr,. 5-7 1'.1'e: l lTNIIH (4 IN* i .>'),rtg4' us wed "h*. we belong Father John J. enihan" said > .' tm\:,\. I M, hail ,... ::areas sea_j ds Il :are Itartea.

at the dedication of his pariah school.

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Two The Florida Catholic Friday Nov 6, 1961I

Florida ReportsJacksonville I' I DCCW corner I


duct the spiritual program. tJj,1'. 1 'OVER the river and" 1 I
Members will observe the 1 the woods.
St. Patrick first Saturday dedicated to w Q rf '1W We sang these well remembered Mr*. James
St Patrick parish of Jack Our Lady of :Fatlma for Peaceon \ ; i words from a Thanksgiving IjirhrrPresident
snnvlllc planning I its annual November' 7 by Mass at. ," song of our childhood i
hjzaar It la to be held on tendance and reception of .c. as we travelled back and forth 1)focesaa
November 11 and 15. On Sat. Holy Communion in a groupIn t l : across the state to attend

uriUy, the booths will open Christ the King Church at 1 sy'r } deanery meetings In Palatka
at :2 p.m Beginning at 4 p.m., 8:30: am. > and .1earwater.

a paf'iettl dinner will be Congressman Charles E I couldn't help but thinkof ..
s-netf: From 7 to 9 pm a Bennett recently addressedthe the many riven we haveto have
K>ck hop will be held for theM Holy Name Society Com n- ,.I jw cross and the many seemingly horizons you
>th. On Sunday, festivities munlon breakfast at Christ dark woods we have to opportunity
Several of us from the St.
w.f 1 get underway after the the King Church, and offered > penetrate not only In our personal D.C.C.W. will

1, noon Mass Bozo the down the pariah a stone from the ....._..,....'" ...... --- ......'- :., WaaaaVaVBaVaVaVrxnaValail: f_ I. J."' lives, but In our work Augustine rivers on our way cross to
tt channel 12 will entertain White House to be used In as welL many

Ihe children. the building of the grotto to Plan fall festival for St. Peter's DeLand We are living In an era of the Washington national convention D.C. to attend from

Assumption Our Lady of LourtJes. constant change and I doubtif November 11 through 15
The Assumption Parish I Father W. Thomas. Larkin Member of St. Peter pariah, De. from the left are Tim Sweeney senake Mrs. Joseph Lcibold and there is an affiliation president It is indeed a great honor

Guild held its November pastor, has approved the Land, who are serving on the fall James Ferrara and Norman Wede- Mra. Frank Basso; and seated or committee: chairmanwho for me to represent all of you

meeting In the parish hall Holy Name Society-sponsored festival committee are meeting kind; seated, from the left are from the left, foreground, Mrs. hasn't found it necessaryto at the national conventionand

this past Monday. Monsignor grotto The on US his Congressman pariah ground was regularly to formulate the details John Tennant John Mattingly, Fa. James Ferrara, Mra. Charles alter her course in the I am very happy that so
Harold .'. Jordan, pastor Wo- and Mrs. Oren Blink middle of) the stream and said are planning to attend.
the speaker on the early of the parish carnival. Standing, ther Patrick J. Malone Jerry Hughes many
for guidance
"The Catholic extra
poke about an prayer We are all looking forwardto
Viewpoint on Vital Issues of Spanish missions In Florida.He ------ through the forest of obstacles hearing the speakers who

the Day. Is the author of a hook Tampa ClearwaterCentral Eau Gallie DeLand that always seem to crop will address the convention

Effective! November 8, the on North Florida history Perpetual Help Catholic AICf'DsioaPreparations st. Peter up unexpectedly. at well as the opportunity to
Sunday Mais schedule of Assumption During his years In Wash Three seniors from Clearwater for a celebration St. Monica Circle of St. AH those present at the participate in the various
parish will be 6:111:: ), ington, he has collected some The Holy Name Society of Central Catholic High Peter Rosary Altar Society U deanery meetings couldn't committee workshops.
from the and l are underway as the As.
R. 930: ( 11 and 1210.: stones capitol Our Lady of Perpetual Help School have been awarded planning a "Come as You help but admire the courageof
from the White House that Church will hold a Communion tenters' of commendation from tension parUh organizes! for Are" dance for November 21 those forlgn.born ladles We' will attempt to give a
Christ the King were available during/ the time breakfast at 8-10; am. on the National Merit Scholar Its fifth annual bazaar The at 9 p.m. In the parish halL who took part in the international report to the dlorevan board
A film entitled "Amprl<'an. of reconstruction work AI will November and his band presented at when we meet at the CherryFI.IK4
event occur on Howdy Lyiter program
November ship Corporation
at the Council" was shown Martin, president of the par. 8. William I). will furnish the music. the St. Augustine Deanery Hold In Orlando on
the Harbor
Miss Kathleen Brennan 21 at City
by James .'. Marller duringthe Un Holy Name, accepted the Noble, past president of the Five members, of the Circle meeting ovrnbrr IT and 16.As .
of Mr. and Mrs.
regular meeting of Christ offer of the White House Diocesan. Union of Holy Name Richard F. Brennan, I Is the Boulevard Church grounds Rave blood at the Red Cross What a wide river they had
the King Guild, Arlington stone for the replica of the Societies, will address the Vice president of the school with Mrs. Betty Snler and llloral/ Dank. to cross to bridge the gap between Thanksgiving approaches
held recently The film a presentation Lourdes. grotto, gathering Mrs. Pat Levy as general The Madonna Circle has reported their native customs another blessing we can
of the National Honor '
chapter the list
add to long we haveto
by CBS-TV, depicted! Stored limit and those of the United
chairmen that eleven vUlts
Society editor of the school were
thankful for is
be the
Mot Holy Itrdeemer fart
of the proceedings of Mr and Mrs Leo M. Wife
nome and associate Games for the children In. made to patients at West Vo- States. One wonders if we
yearbook an
the first session of the Seemd will celebrate their golden The Holy Name Society of lush Memorial during native born Americans could that we have so many finePriest
justice of the student court. clude a clown to**, fish\ Land, Hospital .* who are willing to devote .
held In
< Vatican Council wedding anniversary on No.vembrr Most Holy Redeemer parish Miss Sheik II, Brennan, the past month, do as well if the situation time
and their
goldflih to guide and
Mrs, llolllce/ Crisp,
Home 10 with a High MassIn
Is were nvel'ltd.h .
sponsoring a dance to beheld program chairman, Introduced Sacred Heart Church. Mass There wl'I I continuous Indian direct us we are
Mr. Marller. will be at 11 a.m. and I reception on November 14 from 0 Richard F Orennan, is pre'I babysitting service for children St. JeromeA speaking| lo the four doing; It would be very difficult !
Mrs Edward: Rogero will be held In the pm. to 1 am. at the pariah dent of the school's<<: R.anteh. of all ages supervised by dessert- ard party and hundred worn.. present at to try to get along with
showed. I display of advent church hall that evening school cafetorlum on Kant club, activities editor of the Mrs. Maxine May and other benefit show will be held on the Rest ('(Mmt Dranrrjr mwtIng. out them.

wreaths and gave a reading from H to 10 p.m, Mr. and Mri, Llnebaugh Avenue, school paper and a memberof competent ladles of the Aacenlon November 11 at 1 pm In the .'alb..rrtbur I. Dunnl- To all of you whetheryou
the tho"lilremIUc club Catholic Women's Guild. hall Martha draarrjr moderator, ea. plan to go "over the river
and Interpretation of thU Witv were married In Win- Most Holy Name' church by the St. fan
Catholic tradition. rheuter Kentucky and have The Altar and Itosarv So and Latin rhib Movies will be shown and and Mary GuIld. Guests are rourigrd the womra to accept and through the wood
Miss J Dorothy M KUtvnU.daughter thre111 also Iw various with the 1'I"rtu.l. to a family feast, or spend the
A day of rt'<'Qlle'Uowill W resided In Jacksonville for rlety of Most Holy Nab parl asked to bring their own | | |
of Mr. and Mrs VMI-
the 4(1( have rkde. ('ardlC. ty to serve on the dranrrynd holiday some other fashion,
observed' by Guild hkinhcnf (past years They l i.h will hold s hah nab on llam J. Rlchardd, I the presict.nt .
Tuesday Member 1 atSt line daughter lllta, who resides November 8 after the 8 amt of the school's l *chapter of The snack bar will have Port Orange dl
; Matthews Church ')('lIln. In I'cnsacola with her 10 a.m. Muse The Society the National Honor Society a available hot dog, hamburgers : rct lo du Mh happy Thanksgiving Day
010: lather husband, !.t. Richard Jastremski ,' coffee, soft drinks, etc. As alwijn,
ning at : am. will receive Holy Communion member of the mathematics A turkey dinner will I* This 1, one river all cm
James Judge C SS! ..It will con and, their...throe. children. In a group on November 15 at club and Spanish club throughout the whole day and wr\M In the parUh social cross over and when you Kin LarhrrSt.

'. -. I .., .. the 8 a.m. Mar.Members evening halt by the W omens' Club of emerge from the forest of
< of the Society will Sarasota Mrs.( Marguerltte Mile will Epiphany pariah on NovemIxr knowledge on the other die Petersburg
I I II d 1I be entertained at a social St. MarthaOn tie In charge of the ham din. 15 from 12::TO to 6 p.m. you will be better equipped
I party on November 17 at 8 November 18, 17 18. the tier to tie served from 4pm. to serve your parish and your
p m, In the school auditorium: mt'mt..rof St Martha GulM to 7 p m at a cost of $125 for Gulfport affiliation.
)Mrs Lily rerllta, chairmanof will hold a rummage .sale adults $.73 for children, witha Holy Name Experience li still a great
the social I committee Is In at Nixon Building Central maximum of li per fanv The Holy Name Women's teacher and you gain nothing WE FIX. ..

charge of the arrangements Avenue, Sarasota. ply Club will hold a luncheon- by refusing to widen your Cars
card party on November 7 at
r, the social halL The Urn Is12JO Truth
: Donation Is MM.
: p.m.
Mr For reservations, call 312 6142. Edouard C. Craig Boats

srr; .... -, ('-. a Largo C.lllremr nd Distribute Mowers

St. Patrick, fee Call RED'S
.. .: The carousel boutique, agift VIM Mslaf, Cramtanj
'" shop on wheels Is the Mo..r. Tilt Portable Repair Service

major project of the St. Tat IM4rf St. s.. 347mOI 347.4734
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Handmade gifts donated by
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Married 50 yea..rs are displayed and sold at the AGENCYJOHN
parish haiLA H. RAFFTERY

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with a High MAM In Sacred Heart Church In <" ,, and Mrs. Dill Richards are
Jacksonville A reception will be held that evening .
""'., cochairmen of the project
:. Mr and Mrs. Witt have resided In Jack The St. Elizabeth Circle of Gulfport ft St, ,.t", ---

sonvllle. for the pot 4ft yea,... r the U omen'i Guild of St. Pat \
Academy of Culture
- rt k parish will sponsor a Beauty
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ST. PETERSBURG dessert card party on Thursday 4924.22nd
South Piece. J4S-< Luncheon deanery of DCCW November 19 at 1 pro.
The party will b* held at the
Goklen Horseshoe Restaurant DID YOU KNOW
There was little elbow room at this dozen north Florida pastors present In largo n. a w.e. M...| t| OalTMrt" Mil r.cWfMopU ..l. .....r4 tmlUo kf I Iw
/evnn f,0. oft Palatka luncheon well attended was with the representatives of parishesIn The Sunday Mass schedulefor .f &I,. will 1..mteg. n M. WTM _.. I. UN
the St. Council III* ... ... MHTM .( n,, he r.aaswtt .
Augustine Deanery of such far away places u Tallahas. St Patrick parish in

Catholic Women's fall meeting onWcdneaday see, Lake City Fernandina Beach, St largo has been changed to .. iwHUNK

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Novicos study

Bishops'commission issues guidefor new liturgy at .


U. S. liturgical apostolateFollowing w, 4 Jensen BeachJK.VSK.V


is a portion of John Totty a member of the
In Ibe' diM-a_ion. o. erne Biblical e\enu. Christ's I
a statement recently Issued liter liturgical' commls;n of the
in the liturgy bale pre.pared earthly life followed In large
by the United States Bishops'Commission Diocese of Miami, tM the
the' people fur ebaBIf'1IoMany part its Old Testament prefiguring
the at a panel on
on Liturgical } and He establishedthe main speaker
Apostolate. It contain are filled with hope basic rites of His Churchon the new liturgy hell! at SU
directives and suggestions for a great advance in meaningful Joseph Novitiate on the Feast
the basis of meanings already N
concerning the use of the participation by all the indicated in the Scripture of Christ the King. \

vernacular at Mass and provide people in the Rend rites. At *. He made the inspired The purpose of the vtnel,

guidance iti preparingf the name time It is evident or psalms& and canticles Ills own ''a\ h had an Us theme tthei

<--I c the litiugkal renewal Mill soon be evident that beyond prayers. His great act of worship i uargkal i Henewal'! w.,\tote

lit* of the language and sacrifice for mankind r r n-Mst In the preparation w.

Reading and which the people understand the paschal mystery rule forthcomlnjc llturslcvlhiinRM
there must w developed an for in < decreed I by the Y.
(5.6,47,61.103.106), was intended Prepare coming changes Liturgy
praying in the understanding of the ")an- as a new Exodus, a pats can (Council and to learn hot

vernacular guage' of the liturgy In adeeper lag from this work to the Diocesan Liturgical Commission the Cbmmiaston include, from the Cr. Father Michael J. Larkin Fa- ,) Implement these change

find the sense.meaning No in one the allu-can Father, and it took place at members have been studying the left first row, Father Jose Ruts the Patrick A. Quinn Father Tim. Klher Totty Indicated that

THE Constitution on the alone to Abraham's booom or the time of the Passover cele: decrees of the Second: General Father John O'Flaherty Father othy Allman Father Roman S. the main purpose of the new

Second Vatican:. Issued Council by states the to Jerusalem In the funeral bration. Council of the Vatican specially John X. LJnnehan Father Bernard Gromala; third row, Father Victorio liturgy wa "to restore to peo
plea sense of dignity In theMtxttc.il
that it i* of the highest importance rites unless he knows Abraham Because of the Scriptural the Constitution on the Liturgy. J. McFadden Father Philip Hal. Apiera, Father Alden Foynrs. Hudy of Christ and

that the faithful understand as our father and Jerusalem banks of liturgical languageand Addressing other members above, stead Father Lawrence Cunning Father William Kelly and Father iKkW! that "the new liturgy

the rites because the as the place of Cod's action, Constitution U Father Bernard F. Dittman ham; second row Father rMward: Francis X. J. Smith. I* the IndivIdual source and

sacraments ""not only presuppose presence: with His people, the on the Liturgy provides! for Commission secretary. Pnests on A. Kirby, Father Robert E. Farm. center of the true Christian
faith but by words and prefiguring of the Church on more extensive reading of spirit*

objects they ateo nourish, earth and in heat en. Scripture In the liturgy and
strengthen and treble .. I. Intended to hrtnf Ih _> thought end the lli rmt>h4>l express it, also for the integration of traiilifo of both en l- tits and of sacred scripture | r..tMnthlpa
moreover they do indeed On Christ's LifeWe preaching with Scripture. It era aid we..lrr. rite glete.tlmeeq" ti <>.n served to enrich and pie Into meets efffrlhe lone among them Patterns cf ilrltyllljr, and tellersled

Impart grace but in addition. states that the sermon is part tat a hats .I..IK'I\i | loth the PriMt's own tart sub Ih. iMrrrtl wrlMur| |wrn. en'''-'tally nwrulon- l Ih* serenity for full par
the very act of celebratingthem of the liturgical service and which stay !N> |HMM>iwrtl bjr jn 4ver and worship and theM ,, ou mtterns ref *|eech, rouxt tUllMilon" In the M IQ.. by lb.
all know how necessaryIs and th h ly text of the III UllhlHl.
most effectively dinl that it ''should draw its content the lmplrt .. well as the 'ruions In which ho oewa be a> Med. lOll the pattern
o es the faithful to receive 1 to a understand grasp of Scriptural the \Idiom mainly from scripturaland mu.l |r rnril mvwtwr r Ih. nut Mrs \\ord t\) hi* pruplr > tray, thrrrbjr tiMlrilng; Urrtrr of thought In the text must bo Other i_*neliU Included

this grace in a fruitful man Thin Li also Epistle to liturgical sources, and (i'hrrh *s hUlury nhuw n.. faith, realer Kitowlrilfe, adhered lax The WHMBM In staler. (Ctwrl* M.rl. RS.J,
ner, to worship God duly and necessary appreciate its character should toe that The question, c..iou+ty, I II and mass* .I".ne |>r.)rr. all ,Its meaning must t>et. chairman of the mauls cl..
to practice charity": (SO). the use of water oil of proclamation of God's won Since as the Constitution n..1 one of maktog lttWtes.1scholar re.rHertty t"OInmunk........ prtmnt of St. Joseph Col-,
breed, and wine, and to know states, it U now a primary .
Another basic principle the significance of such drful works! in the history enable the ether of ail ItieM nut thee worthy c>bJ*< The manner of stroking !Isle, who npiik on movie In
taught by the Constitution Is of salvation, the mystery of pastoral duty to i.i. t* the faithful It M owe the will not autonulkollyl and ton uf yoke should (Iw the liturgy. Sister Mary Adele l
phrases as "now and eternalcovenant" UK their full
that 'ThrU Is always present and Lamb of Christ ewer made present people and to vatemal In oimphr cf rwtnrliNt that l lie l aehle\fd by the UM of tlv* clear ami firm, never Imttfferent H.M.J faculty m In His Church especially part ing familUrny with SerlfKure ternacuUr Such prayer and uncertain. Th
and active within I- or Monr
us, especially HUhvp in OrUmlo,
God. The simple phrase, the liturgy in her liturgical celebrations." In the celebration of the and, through It. with ChrM. readln i will have to h* chow trader *houM not draw Urvthm t'Uft\'fy..1| tu ll! ..ners the spin
through Christ Lord. ...-..h.H
Among the ways lie is present liturgy (35)). our duty equip which I* our rl.h.ful inlwrl. in a more .meaningful and apeproprl.ta | to hln..elf. either. by Iw It slat feeling on the liturgy
or "through Him and with at once to cwt this task
carry ha
Is "In His word since it 1.nee. manner than lag tiervoiM ami awkward' or prvak at the liturgical:
Him and In Him and It
expresses to begin to out
is He Himself who speaks The Constitution oho stales carry unfiirtunately twin employed by t..k1 ig (>hvl kIuaJy sown. convention In St. Louis
direction in devotion
when the Holy Scripturesare a a that Bible service should I be among our people. ho'W.n.ti.fy ed sum Prl.*u when reten of a talent for ttramlle r*.ilIng. .
read in the Chunh.He union with Christ's worship encouraged (361") hkh include the" !Scriptural rate'he. Understanding clung rAUn *. It I I. In* mse.p. thatkhnukt f.,ihr \'lM-r.l tl'.Ieb l M.M.
of the Father that is not jet tlcal, and liturgical re.ew..lii
.. .
ae.lelleg, / '
Is also when the 'III remembered. Mfrlng tee.Ibe.
vt their textsin ,
nature a >erMM -
the spontaneous( manner of of recent <|< Church and for the who ry
prays sings on the texts read to the one remit It. TMwire
a manner that I* >*r.**tly(
praying Mwntlnceof ."
among our people. pl'tItILM..t an .
He art, trees { "". JemrphIra. f..W
promised: 'Where two or houM l I.e reverent, will
people' and said or by
The Is true of sung hasty, mtte4.4. frt and'
three same praying rending mttr. at many ., rated .. mmUr.l..r.
are gathered together them. mt being unrtuuu. loud I with-'
the psalms as Christian pray. level, which can serve to enrich vernacular without attention. to tlte
in my name there am I In the words woMhl.uf wit shouting, authorUth At ,the rtuicluckm of
t'". our basis structure of Its weaning o( the
It Mate that It U essential
the midst of them' wlthmit teeing offMwh.
((7)) Understanding the liturgy to "promol that rites anti prayers and at the rour**, tw Irre rreM amiImproper or pnl. father Tutu offered|
1 Ic,tl..il.lO/t. ( of thetoiniixHi ov+Hv rln .. The pan must
Tb vt| lhe Council and pwticaUrly or of remembering Krrlplr to which the vt.- our people A brief MbHo< phy of some tnudc bunks rite I* sit event of numerati I.* ....|. thr. I* r hurried. never iki.d. star fired| the people,
and tmportaiU 'impiltnUutw. 3. Hy hi* yoke .HM.4.. ami "
which serv both these purposes UM tttatest poMlMIUy Urandsil. prhlpatel| in thedl.begt.
.is Included herewith. LVarty it was UM .Intention Tlwoe ....* .u.., and physical, IwwrlRg, tilt .. Mesa, with the Hiiifln
f of the Father of theMeeond which must >Is )h n *iiy a4r realer should eonY.y tM dtnnlty ( of hymn In the vriuo
.lN Vatican Council l to milted, rommonty ewhenever and sacredness. .< tMiirrton WitINNNNNNNN.e.NNNNe.
( t Meet the Christ provfct* the people with rlt*.. pr.red. tM vrnacular til\* roW Is ,that of

r of sacred worship which I Ia diru*....l cost' both a herald cvf th* W..rt| of fled

.. r But what Is m>>t iter. Miry would l h. m...nin ful stud In. elegy and lefty are .wrlynr h.. funrthin lu M-nvkWi. Subscribe

of all is that w* begin if we UlUtftbta W them cM.I4IIJOI.: mains >t only U. avuM th* mean'.h"nunl... with
Jr hue not begun already. to 1/ll.) c sng.r but first of all tu that living WI 11'''. ,iVrfmiwrnIn

meet with Christ as 11. steaks.. IMh tet'Y tot the liturgy seek the fullest aclranlagN Ibis mhMtmt ny rot sVwav Now

\0. to us through the liturgicalrite whkh lnatfltUW: the vernacular ran bring. I I. arMvil. hut It tnw.t

and the Inspired word of faithful and tho. parts wlrfrh always and **rl\< tferlptur. ,qx.a their prayer ant ... Put thl. r*..."n. the follow .
-.JuUow\ are U be speaks tarthigin Inj comments are t>((*rv<| i>ntMI
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The Life of Our Lord God's world

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CommentChanges St. Joseph accepted rolein Christ blesses sharers of griefIF I

pletely' divorced from God.We
you are of cheerful dis

benefit the Church divine plan obediently and generally in- should be concernedthat

dined to look on the bright so many choose to make
sin a way of life. We shouldbe
tide of life feel
you may a
THE coming changes in the Mass ditlonal form of worship, converts will two most Immediately little uncomfortable as you F t concerned that so many
concerned In the heard the
conception Father have not yet Gcs-
been received by Catholics no longer be asked to give up their of Christ were the Mother I listen to Jesus fay, in His sermon pel message of Coda love and

with mixed emotion Although Priests native tongue to publicly honor God. and the Sou. Luke has on the Mount, "Blessedare 10 J.Trt.e. Christ's redemption.We .

ft general feel that the changes will Certainly, It .is hoped that non-Cath. told us of one, John of the 3. they who mourn." You should be concerned

bring greater participation on the part olics who now attend Mass will havea other But there was a third Frank may feel a twinge of guilt at that there are to many divi.

of the laymen, many Catholics have greater understanding of the ceremonies Joesph, very differently but BheedIV r the thought of your own Inveterate lions among Christians.*

voiced the opinion that they will miss and the Divine Mysteries. most deeply concerned: for cheerfulness, and should be concerned that

the traditional ceremonies of the Mass. his wife conceived a child; of may wonder it is there Is so much hatred in
Many a good Catholic has been which he was not the father quite Christian to feel as n purifying and sanctifying the world co many people atone

As someone said, it is like losing an saying the rosary at Mass for years. Matthew tells of him.JOIIPph' happy as you do. force and a sure path to another's throats. We

old) friend. The Bishops of the world The Church now asks them to sacrifice discovery and his "'r heaven. should be concerned that mil

say the change is needed. Although their private devotion at Mass in the reaction to It, Matthew givesIn Three months later, she Jont what does Jesus mean, Is closer thanwh.n lions of our fellowmen do not
experts have been giving fine explanations interest of making the Mass a public about forty closepackedwords. was back in Nazareth. Some anyway God humanly never speaking, life have decent shelter or enough

of the changes indicating that act of worship whereby all speak with Let us begin to unpack time after that it would have His first meaning is a literal seems, most hopeless. Unlesshe to eat.

they are actually a return to the original one voice and sing with one heart. them. been evident that she was to one. He means exactly chooses to block God out There Is more than enough

ceremonies of the Mass, more important Some will find the change difficult, We shall not see the greatness have a child. The women of what He says. Jesus was addressing of his life, no man ever can reason for us to mourn if we

are the great benefits that but we must all remind ourselves of of Joseph If we simply Nazareth would have noticed; a crowd of people truthfully say, "I suffer have the sense of responsibll-
and they would Instantly who, for the most part, were there Ity for our neighbor which,
read them and
pass swiftly alone. And In heaven
these changes will make today. For the importance of these changes and
on: and that was surely Mat have told their husbands. Did poor and who dally lived with will be, very close to as members of Christ's Body,
example, in the mission lands where the great good that will accrue to the thew's reason for telling us one of the husbands remarkon sorrow. There was no social surely a degree of glory we must have. This is a typeof
the native tongues are used in the tra. Church of God. the episode at all. it to Joseph? security, no unemployment and happiness reserved for grief which expresses Itself .

Insurance, no farm subsidies. been burdened less In the emotions than
1. Mary was betrothed to Whoever told him, we can There were few parents those who have distress. in the will. We are less movedto

Joseph' they had not yet be- feel sure that Joseph receivedthe among his listeners who did with mental weep than we are to take

Sacred Scripture gun their life together Betrothal news la ullenre. He was not know at times the awful When Jesus said, 'Blessed action.

I as we have noted, a silent man; and. In any anxiety of being unable to are they who mourn, for they What action we can take,

was not with the Jews simply event what could be say? provide bread for their children. shall be comforted," He meant either Individually or as a

Prayers of nation citizens blendIT an engagement to marry, Why had Mary not told Joseph His words to be taken literally member of a group, will vary

it was marriage. The ceremony herself? We simply do The science of medicinewas but he did not limit lib with each of us. We shall

is not unusual to find a penance, to sprinkle anhes on -as we know it to have not know. We do not even rudimentary, too. There meaning to the literal sense.from pray for sufferers, of course,

psalm which blends together one's head. The psalmist has been somewhat later and ai know where Joseph was living were no wonder drugs. The No matter how free but we may not be content
It well have been' In the other grief we may be, we
the prayer of an individual done this so abundantly that may at the time of Gabriel's Infant mortality rate was with prayer alone if there U
and that of a nation. Fstbtr .yJ.F the ashes have fallen down time of Mary and Joseph visit to Mary. He may have high. Childhood diseases and all have the obligation to something which we can da
sins to sorrow
for ,
was our
1 his food. Andso very simple.Its adult illnesses were too often mourn
onto unpalatable been in some other town of
This mingling was not completely elements times have rejected Tbs grief which we share
John J. are still to be for the we
r has he that Galilee in Judeawe fataL Death and grief werefrequent
accidental. It reflect copiously wept or even the
the Christ at
found in our own marriage God's love and for with misery ofothers
his tears have streamed Into remember that when later intruders in the
a characteristic: trait of the Cssttlottte
ceremonial. In the we have wasted From a dynamic force.
Hebrew mentality the drink for which he has presence they returned from Egypt homes of Christ's hearers. graces
of two witnesses this of grief tempered
no desire, "For 1 eat ashes competent their first intention was to Jesus wanted them (and type It seeks for an outlet, fora
of the Chosen Cod'
Each member In
the man handed the confidence
womana by our
of like bread and mingle my settle in Judea. us) to know that God is not be deed to be done, and Is not
People course, quiteconscious must
was, coin-the smallest would mercy-ve never
of his Individual drink with tears." Mary may not have seen Indifferent to the sorrows of content until it has found
some token gift instead
his situation him after the Annunciation.But His children. Indeed, there is that outlet.If .
personality, But he was also Is gravely 111. wasting Desperate a* : and he said "Be thou free.There 1 still another kindof
keenly aware of being part of away day by day and drawing appears, he has not given up consecrated to me." The husband one feels that there must nothing which exerts a more *to which the Christian we have to confess, "I

a community,of a people. As a closer and closer to hope', and there 1 III a strong and wife did not set up have been some profounderreason powerful claim upon God for sorrow be stranger.This have done nothing during
not a
result the suffering of the In- death's door He nan no appetite note of confidence In the last household together at once, for her silence Perhaps His compassionate attention must this past month (or two
she fill it was for God than does the mental anguish is the sorrow engendered months or a ) to alleviate
dividual win that of the community he cannot sleep, and stanza of his prayer she remained with her family the suffering year
to tell Joseph, as He had told of of good wilL This in us by human suffering we have
God ha not as Codaeternity persons
and that of the community since yet He pay homage to he with his. Hut husband mental and physical
wan shared by each heard his prayer he Is becoming and contrasta it with and wife they were herself is the type of suffering which spiritual, reason to feel uneasy We
Individual member quite frantic. the perishable nature of the 3. "Joseph her husband, is closest to the agony of -of others. hardly can qualify for Christ

created universe He is part In thin first chapter, w. being a just man and not God's own Son. We should be deeply conrerned promise: the promise of God's

And MI It In that In I'Mlm But while this U an oft ,.. of that perishable creation, of find Matthew railing Joseph willing publicly to expose her, for example, that so healing and comforting embrace -
the strengthto
God will
101 we find two quit distinct pealed theme, .bt psalm Is course, but he ask to lie delivered "hashand" the angel ratling was minded to put her away survive give God will many of oar brothers and her and hereafter, for
prayers fated Into one remarkable for the strengthand Mary "wife"After privately. Nazareth was a sorrow lives corn- all who mourn.
from a premature sisters lit* their
the to grief
pathetic hearty of Its small town, everybody would give grace
What we call pnam! A death and asserts with
may an Interval year if
imagery have known about Mary'scondition
(112; 2129)) Is the plea of a staunch faith, "The childrenof the bride was a"lrln, a
But from Joseph'sunwillingness
devout Israelite. for deliverance For Instance, to express his your servants shall abide, month If either had been married to her _Pope_ Paul VIMartyrs9
from Illness and terrible 10n.Unfia-appartnt. and their posterity shall continue expose I
perse before wedding
-came the
to shame, It Is clear that the
cution. Psalm n ((123)) Is the ly his friends have abandonedhim In your presence"The celebrations and the townspeople saw no sin; they example stirs new epoch

prayer of the nation for liberallon and his enemies mock sentiment of Psalm wife's entry into her hue assumed that the child with
from the BabylonianExile him-the psalmist says, 'Isin n correspond, on a national band's house. -
and for the reconstruction like a desert owl; I have scale, to those of Psalm A.. 2. And now Mary "was In her her was husband.We the child. of Joseph (Continued from last week) els to further the evolutionof has developed almost up to

of the ravaged Holy( become like an owl among Here It !Is the nation that t.I found to be with child." Between these African martyrs a primitive civilization our own time.
cannot to read
Land. the ruins. I am sleepless, and suffering In exile, but here the betrothal and the JOIIt' h'. mind presume and no wordof NOW to the record of the which while not without the It would be a story worthyof

The theme of Psalm A Is I moan; I am like a sparrow too the psalmist Is supremely wife's entry into her hu,. Ms has reached us. What victorious, which U the mar- best human gifts, was defiled long meditation, both the

the same as that of many alone on the hounetop." confident that God will tome band's house, the marriageact emerges most clearly Is his typology, a tragic and magnificent Infirm and, as it were, a slaveto moral motives that tfit Ui

other psalm which we have It was the custom In limes to the rescue and rebuild the was not customary among desire to Our Lady page, truly worthy of itself Into civilization meaning and value, and the
A Israel- of distress, and as a sign of Holy City protect to higher expressions of motive of religion -
already seen. pious the Jews But if it did take Only his word could bring being added to the wonderful open simple lofty
the spirit and to more developed and of modesty, which
place-which: it rarely did In shame on her. There is no record of ancient Africa
Galilee, more often In JudeaIt hint that he thought she had which we moderns, men of forms of human society. are so movingly presented It

Pother Michael V. Gannets was not sinful, and a sinned. Indeed how could he? little faith, thought could is preferable to read this pits-
child born of It was legltl- never be repeated Do not think we are goingto ous story; you have It available .
Mliilen/ ef Nembre De DIM mate. A Mint of his. greatness Who could have supposed, recount to you here the and few accounts of the

How did Joseph learn that weald never have failed torrrninli for example, that to the most story of the martyrs whomwe act of martyrs are so .til

Mary was to bear a child a Mint of her stirring accounts of the Sell- honor. It Is too long and documented.

QUGAt: ClUptGRS in We remember her "He It done Mitl. <|....... lltan martyrs, the Carthaginian complex, concerning 22 men, There 1s no fiction! her bit

Unto me according to thy He did not understand what martyrs the martyrs of most of th.m"try young the faithful account of a TM-
word"-addreeaed, one Imagines had happened. But he took it the "While Mau" of Utica of each of whom would merit oalf
ado )1.rt1r8111. One has
f1.oniaa catl'1ollc 111stony not to Gabriel but to as meaning that at. least whom St. Augustine (cf. PL. his own eulogy to read It to ace aeelng It GII'

God direct, like words of consecration Mary was not meant to b* his 30371 and 381ROO) and Pru- To them should also be recoils then ; and fls
bringing the second wife. If so, he would have dentlus have left a record; added two even lengthier lists weeps
Chapter 61 capital In a state of spiritual moral life and Itt clvllltei' l>rtnn cf the Trinity Into her been ending the marriage the martyrs of Egypt: on of other victims of that fierce ally concludes. that they

I H question whither decadence: families were amenltle Unfortunately his womb. She had gone immediately solely In order to set her free whom we have the eulogy of persecution: one of Catholic truly martyrs.As

TI Florida should be raisedto racked by annuals, drunken successor wa* not equal to afterwards to Elizabeth for whatever purpose God SL John Chrysostom (cf. P.O. neophytes and catechumens, we said with the authorof

an independent diocese Indiana roamed the street, the same tank. In Judea. had for her. 50B93! ff.), or those of the the other of Anglicans, also the Apocalypse: Then

was debated again In Cuba English; trader preached he Father Pedro Ponce y Care Vandal persecution that to offered for the name of are they who have come out

and Spain. The argument r..tle.dactrtntll\ on street riant, of Cuba, was named Que.fion boxLazarus these we could add new account Christ, as Is narrated And It of great tribulation and have

continued xnrtU, 1723 when corner: and the parochial auxiliary In 1743 but did not just as heroic and brilliant would be too shocking a washed their robes and hate

the see In Cuba finally agreed church at I.. Suledad was an arrive In Florida until nine In our own time? story: the physical torture made them white In tie

to underwrite another auxiliary unkempt dlagrace-"when U year Uter. Although a man little Who could foresee that with and the arbitrary tyranny of blood of the Lamb" (Apoe.
liUhoprlc. Nothing was rains It U the same as being' of high Intellectual and moral figures the great historical figures of authority are so unbridledand elf)

done about It, however until outride"The repute, the new prelate lacked African martyrs and confessors so barbarous as to appalus. Let us make a few simple!
1711 when Kranclaco d. litshop put a new roof the vitality required fur the after Christ's miracle like Cyprian, Felicity and It. would be an Improbablestory reflections together This

pan Huenaventura y Trjada. en the church reinforced the Florida post anti tI. tailed\ Perprtua. and the outstanding ; It is not easy to realize group of martyr we have

professor of theology hid planking had for walls, and home to Cuba only ten Augustine we should one day the barbarous conditions before' us it a wondrfi4
guardian of a Franciscan content built a stone aacrUty alongside. months after his arrival! <). M bat happened. to |.ta.ro yet ihlak we should. go to 'list the beloved names of for us unintelligible and in* manifestation of Christianity!

In Seville, wa* appointed He rate new encouragement after Christ' ral.4 aim. church .rp.ra to the to the parlor and three The lat ItUhoo .. tile In from are dead? U anytnlaf' lore the rhlldreo at home, UiUumfea KaU-mba and their of many tribal commuAittai Africa
post.Rveaate.tura U was like before th-
assistants of the parUh; gathered Florida before ITU was the ...*". i>l Mm N his. ".-...-* or .ln ..M we start rich back M compankMtaT of Africa has been lived and AFRICAN I

sailed from the children of the town It......, .( (" .1".,. ... the life, or haw he met his +r.ii4death at the ....... and roollnne togo And we do not wish to forget page

PpaU. the nett year was ronaerraied In the church three days a himself. Pedro .,.*..iln. M.. ? .. a family group? the others also who, blonftac *. M. J.

at vera (>.., an.*. A. All we really know,. A. Hy own inclination U to to the Anglican ox Murray

at ".. A |..lln. IsJuly echlam; struck out at Immoral He feme to St Augustine a few references found In. urn you to continue to go asa ..-.... met death for the

.. 1T1S. behavior private and public, but John 12. Lasaru wa 11"veuPo However you name of ChrteCAfrican
not by iteaif by an awldent a I\IHt Strange but
and gambling In shouki be trueCopyright
prohibited with Jesus at dinner rorttMrrate of o.her -
lit was shocked to find the of war. In 171 Havana.WM a InR.lhany
the local taterna; opened netted by flrltUh. force a crowd of Jews aloo and If your, children record
classical achi4 for young become really IM4, NCWC New ServiceCatholic
umtor the Earl cf Altwmarle.rHbop came to see hi"" and this you
boys-the only school In rHmrMa > \ Morvll was fArrtMyejortril same crowd hall&*! Jeua onHU sh wM. take t"Nt ofeftech These A fries ft martyr rr A aNM

since the );",llIh Invasion from Kt* rolhovlral Palm Sundry entrance until they calm. town.Itot opvtt a new epoch we do ddo4 wg j 1M [f
: promoted religious J.TU.ceuloni a few bets wont hurt not was* to think el renocutost m1rnar.cwatJur
Into .
rental out In K(* epl.copel> l
.TlufloildaCat t through the streets you; Just. dmil return the and of relkrfcNM differ* furl' s.bfiA adtntorLior.a
chair ami
plated on a lrttUh \U a trodlUon that west
cf the town;; and by April of starve. Smile sweetly and.aputocetsraltjr ertcee bet of CfcrttUn and Arete.
man+< war wMcfi. tn'k lMrua aft..t M* two stem,
1)1\. conferred the sacrament a* mu egeeenti.a.talc.
yew returneyour
nolle' "him' .. a prWoer to live KAO together wUh a nmntvr rfotfter

of fDnflrnutten on KU lisle ...eUieme at Omrl*..*... disciples ., owr nut, prayers, t* rUUf free and re-
Spaniard; and 1U slave ami
South CaroMiu.Morell ". were '*' to a U*.l by en* Q. Why are peep t* alt....4 deemed. hlh. .4 In tb. hW4f

r.ua.s..wt' r....' free In Negroee.17M when St. Augustine thus lao the Mtoe of CcwtetsosAjr and seal .. ra Ulo to MaM sal !.*. martyr IB fin .( lr

steams CSIMOLIC rstit*. 1_ tint iHkhwp to enter the owl ta sea wbsMwtl Balk, n.ny love early? That U eve iklogta a sew era God graM that

i.a, ... l..l ...... ...... was linavled by for thk\1..n,H.ti bmtta of the thirteen orifttutKn I or r\Mer. Then after a wren t>: ...elr.| Ce.seil ih.y may h. la. lea. a* greet LAw: >:;
days powerful
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...strt5. 5555.e. with plow cater tier '.1,1he reached Inearly to too FaMfe.TM t.! that I II M extreorstaarrai acre os.me gpria ,

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Five The norMa Catholic, Friday Nov. 6, 1Q64

declares religious Christian zeal exemplifiedby

freedom in schema 13 Blessed Luigi Guanella

Ry James C. O'Neill \

VATICAN CITY (NC-A) call for religious freedom background with the presence VATICAN CITY (NC)-The Church'a newest blessed

the subject of a proposed council declaration that has of Christ. -a humble Italian parish Priest, Father Luigl Guanella

I already been debated is also included in chapter two of "The council sets itself to is proof that Catholics cannot resign themselvea'passive-

schema 13 on the Church in the point out to the faithful howthey rid
modern world.. ly and fatalistically, Pope Paul VI declared during the
are to b* authentic
Bchema.Chapter three is a capsule version __f the ecumenism Christians and at the same beatification ceremonies in St. Peter's basilica oa October

2.1. m
time citizens of the world. --.
A summary of the chapters conflict with the law of God. .
recalling that Bleated teemed Lulgi was partlcu-
The Ltiljrt
released by the council press can Judge civil Th* raprer.law ftf ChristIs
office as debate them laws only In the light of religious .. was constantly In disfavor lady concerned with "the>
on began charity, th 4oc ss t "
and moral rr't with civil and some religious problem of divine action,,
on October 26. says that principles, state, both U rUUesi to :
chapter two proclaims: rellRious and it must not become Involved Cod sad to ease' sielghkor."It authorities because of hit Pop. Taut said. Ills lift pot"
In temporal things In teal and practical Christian ed. the question of "what attic g
liberty -I ndls
able" both for the Church pen.to any degree, much less dominate is charity which makesus humanitarlanlim the pope tide should one have In the*..

fulfil its mission of ) them the summary recognize as a neighbor declared hU life showed that fare of this Imponderable announcIng states. those who suffer putting kto collaborate with Cal l vine action In the field of \,:
Gospel and for
to accept the Gospel men Since charity will always ourselves under the obligation should( l>* the program of our one's life passive and fa. ,StalUtlc '.
free act of faith. be needed' In the ,,world the through a pooling of lit.f It Is the program of the resignation which ,'

KntltledThe Church in Church will always hate Its force, to assist In their needs' saints." (k*'< not car either for what \

the Service of God and Men" own proper contribution to both as Individuals and pea Two parts of the ceremonies Gal,l toes l nor for what we '1 I
I IM moat iM In relation to him
the ples. \
the chapter sets forth the unfolding of life in the surrounding the beatification l
world the The text also affirms the "Or rN* should there txa
principle guiding the Churchin summary states.It were held! In !St. Peter'sand
adLs obligation of Christians to ''l''i>tKl In attitude of continuous
its contacts with the world. that the concrete' were attended' by l Ictr..wcmwtU
manifestation of this charity "accept offices in the temporal despite heavy rain. At reference our actions

These contact ore nrrr- will vary according to circumstances order because other- a. the morning. ceremony after t.. the will of God l so that

liar,, It Mr, store the Chnrrh but that Catholics wi lee they' would) fail to carry the latin document recount- they may t I"", under different

has foundrd bl'brl.t for the must always act In conformity the Influence of Chit Into lug hli life end virtue w asteal hut convergent' aspects, all of

salvation of the world. with their own consciences many sectors of Ill"." a T* IVum was sunk taxi's and uf ours? t'ath

which In turn must It states further that Catholics alternately by the Julian er UuanelU; \ thus allows us to
I.n1 of the difficulties
Issuing from Its be formed by pastors of souls. haan obligation( to 'Ho who Iwice'Priests rholr and the congregation' *< discover in his soul and In
contacts with sings his work the gukltng line
collaborate prays
At the US. with International
Bishop press portraits rf pleee.i! | 1.\11,1 l lwer
the world would be avoidedor
which' direct him everything
Father organizations, both as Individuals
lessened if the value cf panel CSSR. of Francis Boston J., Connell for.- and group, "in order to at the St. Augustine retreat, titer Cyril J. Kf'nnf'dy.lttt. will be com- from* unveiled the l.central one auiipfiulH IM' Irony- I Is done In order to In

the divine mission of the mer clean of the School of provide turtle and to mAke last week' paid attention closely to the pensatexi "when w* keep In mind the of the basilica facing In the terpret. to Implement and to
Church were understood. the Sacred Theology of the Catholic efforts, to Insure an fur efforts they will make to teach musical words of Saint Augustine, 'Ha who square] and" the second enshrlneil honor the will of Gat"After

summary states.Since University of America larger expansion of the spiritof participation at )or.... This said Fa. sings prays twice* within the rkh concluding Ms
the Christian is
a speech' the Pop began walk
that brotherhood and Justice"c..u..e
pointed out although alxn the Altar of the Chair
citizen of the
world an well as of souls often Ing to hi* portable throne but
pastors Ire
of the Church he is bound to asked to help Catholics form In the presence of numerou left the proreMlon to chat

accept civil laws unless they their consciences' in conformity Popo Paul VIAfrican Cardinal anti Hlnhnixi with I group of youngstersfrom
Mas. was celebrates' by PafttoOaHlnal the I'ather OuanslU
with, Church Uw final
On St. Francis acceptance of these directives M Ar.II.. archprtt Horn In Horn. The Pop

of Ih* basilica surrounde, l by
\ATICAV ( must be left to the Individual w* younf
'ITSO( up
Large repr* efltatlona rf steel and engulf i by hurt
Pope Paul VI conscience. illuminated livesivelopment
urged: a congregation history by martyrs'
at St Feter'a basilica the Daughter of Our lady of rinds of others. It t look sometime

The mmiry of chapter Providence and" | nf the CMVgregalKMi fat th" guards to xtri*
to heed the
message St. three oaths. the to ,... ) of the Priestly the from his .4.
Francis of Asslil and pledge program ( > I) d J and establishesa the conscience of the Church ed to take part In the nU InternallmMl cat Pop
b otwrrved *rvanta of
by CfcrlnUas Charity were
themselves to follow his example Gospel message was proclaim. whole range of new and with certitude and strength Kurh'rl.ti cons mire
dealing with Ik* world prenent Doth corgreiatlonil .
In the imitation ed to her. It offers us one transforming r.I.Uon.hlrt.'h.r. auumes an even greater Urgency In
of areas Itomhay. l >fe<| around |. .**..| At the mesa!.1MI.* bUsslsig. ,
Chrlit of the moat interesting and \\ ... evangelization implants for these
It says the Church must us during Pl referred to toe
This I la the eeenit time I.ulgl Nor( his. death! In 1>I9.
He Mid St. Francis imitation follow Christ In a spirit of truest picture of that primitive the Christian religion lean when the entire works\ that we have had occ .ton l<) In the afternon the feast ., (hrUl the Ring.To .
of Christ "has made of poverty and "know how to society which modern as I new form of vitality seem to be waking up and IVp
students hate found ab which tend to release the announce In this bltM thatwe cm to the "biMllle to ventral the thousands gathered
him one of the mot original open a dialogue with all men so searching for Its future .
saints In the history of the of good will, the kind of dl- sorbing. spiritual powers and latent course New peoples, which are abuut abroad to make a hU. r.'luaiwl anent the In the Inuring\ rain the Pop
talents of the local I Journey something solemn lUnetllrllun\ at which siw>k* of the relation t between
popula and
Church static Inert
one of the Mints who alogu which aims at mutual cently were
!It ls a and model which hitherto hat teen
best knew how to express and understanding In'Iw of pattern tlon and to set people' free, In the convWtk that they completely HUhop Kellr.. llonominl' of ."''->UIf fr**.lttm of' ton
ss It were, of African llf. befor outsM. nut ordinaryscope ,,
C )fno Italy offlrUtetl,
live a harmonious relationship brotherly cooperation. helping to give them a nature should not aeek I form of life science and of religious Uheriv >
the colonization of the l nf papal apiiololle ministry
between matter and Chapter three I Ia entitled last century; a heroic life lived power of selfsletermlna- other than the on. that had Hut we think that like rope fail's talk u"l.rH lOll |between the sorer

spirit, between nature and "Christians' Manner of life In wretchedness I In tlon. and I enabling them toe come dawn to them through the first Journey to the holy .. She kalUin of rr.nid.are elgnlv of IhrUt" from whichtrnUitnns

the betweenthe In the World i press more fully and Intheir renturle. now stir themkelven .. derlv their sslva-
supernatural In Which They which human nature, still Land thl journey to the t. shkh tu.l ed I.'al| | k 4DUKESSTEEN

t.mporallnd the eter".!." Il\e According to the summary scarcely above the levels of own Idiom of art and ami tiM up under the gate. of this |Immense Ails .'.....1) ....t"' ... thin
the text declares it ItGoef. culture the .p..t'1al'f'nlutt that 1"11ttCof modern sclenllftc
I Instinct, displays marked this nw ant nvirn worM.t .
will "that men should they hate, colonisation on snit technical progress, attracted ,
weaknesses and violence' the
t to nature
yet not foreign
the other hand when based &Ideals and 4--1.1-1 *0i/
not lUe the message of salvo ty nw
at the sam time shows certain nor the requirement. cf> our
lion only as Individual but fundam.nul'Irtu... that on f'UI.Iyltllltar .n and rru- new initiatives. They are i|>..toltc ministry.. a. .. (..iAmbuUM.-...Is1 .. ......
IMS should also reflect It in their reveal the Divine Model from terlal motives, pursue a anilou to give themselves anew NNUAI- HOME Srv( .

family and social backgroundIn whom man derives.Gospel completely different objective formula full of freshness !. ear seal| tk* clasps! ll.< 110 J.. fWU' Ar*. VA 4-1171
MORIAI. order' to Impregnate this not always In conform- and lire which wilt Interprettheir 11 w.t4. ., (''r *' teethe
ty with the dignity and advantage Inborn qualities and at sole*)* .,,4 .rt.ti
receivedAnd of the ache ptpl the sane time enable them to ..4 ..reala all ..lJa..i l j

_4 A. DwrM....... M. M4412sd FEASTER Christianity brings J'4'rJfto win and enjoy the h n.nt* (Mall "It).

A .. S. rt. 162.610' MEMORIAL HOME In this setting cam al growth freedom dignity, of llofU present and future clvWaa It Is, In truth, no wish. for HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL
one day th* Christian message a fuller humanity the high
ST. PETERSBURG 206 |hi A....S.W. ; nothing seemed lea l e.t sense of the term; It open Now ** we rhoW the novelty or fnr travel thai Air C. J1r..eJ, CA..I-UIIf ht

Largo Floods akin or more foreign to It. the way. to a richer personality awakening of these people urge u* to Ibis I undertaking, FOSTM I. MCATH INf.r DfretleeAMIULAHCk
but only .the. aptwlnlle
Yet It received I spontaneous for the Individual and a we feel a growing conviction SIRVICIfS
welcome It was forthwith better' framework for the that It la our duty a "loving' In ....net. our evengela.lgreeeitaga l..r'/IJ., ilaNe *,.. III 0111 1 1
to ever vaster
GRISSOM FUNERAL HOME teemed and assimilat community.ChHoiUMlfy.. duty to draw these my pea
ed. The ground which seemed pies,. closer tn u* In a ....... auheew.i whkhsat. time.
Phone 147.) U I parched soul barren simply U Ik* tee ,.. brothefly dlh..g<*e, t4 show. have ...*... art.**!M* In ma

KISSIMMEE'OLDEST had not been ruhivatert; ttllam .f all ..., *.4 Ike** then 1M algae of wr sffettk.a.te .- ...1 at IM re*..h.) If. ''".fto KYLE McLELLAN INC.
fhrVM, he ion d. a m.t ,
: IV CEMIUL FLORIDA the ed of the CkMpel 1 found Msrlfr are prfi f ails eeteem f>< lheB; tNt

Operating tadrr fUm .Nam a.4 lMgmtM It fertile. One might' even "1Ih..t _. k U our dy to sw (Ihewlhow atMiMtoM, awe living, hum FUNERAL DIRECTORS
"his t faith l lhn
.. att4 tk)n and
there w*. I readlne for the CthntK. flunk .f UNION SWlT-JACKSOHYJtll
In this critic*) Urn *t Alit *. $17 W.
this nw growth, a* If It was pietist. what they ,.,11I4 111IoII'
ra a history tfcetr testimony ft J.JfU C.-t.."N4Mis Sertie. Sate: I IIUFHONI
1 .. Mow favorto TM fw Is |.mmliig
something 1 long awahtvi, t-rre a rrytsig valve foron. aft % | alade.kan.ty
Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home something It had been pre who he*** H. S Vs4f that their free, U.f.l <.le.e. ywg will.. U).
newt Wig. tM Pees '"f
Confederation; for Cite Cvin; ?, >...er.IIC' ff (K* d 4.AMIUIANCE disposed\ to receive.Th Mm. to etvo *ir-gty thetall wmart! beot.ha.ct crawl. IJ7JIM
first result of lh" MW I* IMM aver I"l .help. Will bo missionor

SERVJCr harvest were .......Itvl. upright ..." tHfrt 14. Paul heard. 1st a S.".. awl thou make .*.*,
their Hi whatever
bib-2111 lat.U"4 FU. < and vfgnrtu. It was s vision ty Mgt",", ACM 1411 i iTh AsP. BOZA IJVHJIOI CHAPEL
Ter the I. t.oaaing
wsy they t>..... to make .t. f'upe '
marvetnu springtimeChrtrtksnHjr ..e martyrs are ..Mug for ..... ... N. AIMINIA AVt
to tM kr.wisdge. W th* CMrKwM a Iftk. ". chili .. .'* )IOf

fmrnd In A trior'I. tltlp. we h.*.n. U tlM true aWn.... a eapM.4. I" ap.a TAMPA 7. FLORIDA

spertet I pr 4tfn4U fi; tvatMi *< a!, wh..ae (he tie. MI tfc. MM**. W* ere happy

f. H. 0..1 1.1.pl.a.F" : and. In tM we. da IM hesitatet. Help needed nut aM. the cmt.st.., 1.lerpeater 1.| .. r.{..t M wow Ml taM

ss a myterto oxtgnas III I...... NtH ..... wwW MIeeku. .. '..,. flatjssr
Dreef.v I44-442S n*..t a vur 4km "*...' to BRETT FUNERAL HOME
nei.eae. ie.L P.,. uwah very betel aMto
they so deeply
Africa a tirsnaU of Mstortcl A,"" *>.*4e detesed hale
051.. eel PsaMal. I .." J4HI0I' AM Ut>NCl JUVtCft.
*....,..>.. .iusaei.e pets firs eM
'. .- A Mrs owls. bwten I" May/Itag. piece. ....*

Osgood Funeral Home tlrtra .. I UM ..< the r:.M. t. **r*. ,...gto.. .*.. Journey planned ....+. arn haa... ks tsM.] tCTirtoj .

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M4 s>f .u.... re.sl. .f4Sg coal tllJI TW >nrr. dMs e..*.r.|nsiI .lam. ks laitostasil: ../ fc. s tests roSCSI

M IW.' K. 4IA S'. N.. ..>...*> CMlksJItto __... Writ. that< H ....M to III soitol sW gtlHvk. IW all
Th HlaMfrwr4 cowl that we MauW MC pew veer m........,... ff/ r....,..., I..N.S a.a.e eme..e.sae.

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are dear evM*>. U tM On 4.,* *gt we .res4v.4..a ) )...*s .. .*.** ere are ..MTi0||, warn. ........, the.
the .k4 ...... wtiltli I less *' n+4 fey msMMlJ 1/
*wi *. laep, to /y.MraNs4. tIN 1Me'I mt' M rr.*ru X.*.
fee.na (1c.L cod 1M hope rjf* tfw ....... Alike'. .*. ***.> Bklllgsl w.' r. l*"r" fps
a tift tee *
Strring Euifii & Ylclmfy Sine 1915 "'fIn. ...... e.psgt7 tar *... .......... t.... ... "'....... ... .etes4awr. /lawaerl.. W Irrkig III M wvNse iet tlwrA w, bee,. ..pb.eed_ Mina seW UMasjsl ,,,.....t WtW A'uaerslOfieete4&

11<....... IslNefs aMin ...... te4A/eee.w.M fill PHer. ...., err ..... te..... ., aeerl/ nweiox to Aa

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lab- -. tr Aid ........ .. ..
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Sit: The Florida Catholic Friday. 'O'". G. 1961

charity is for
appeal Pope sends message to

Thanksgiving clothing collection : new Hungarian Bishops


NEW: YOUR (NC) -The director of the worldwide |>la<'" dFiMrllw the appalling|
mission of k.1 VATICAN CITY (NC) -Pope Paul VI has sent a
maintained .
mercy by United States Catholics in
l said unquestionably" the most dire need for clothing and Mivrrtr( under nhlih their message to the hierarchy and people of communist-ruled

other relief materials "Is among the destitute millions In |....|.|.. are liming" RlxbwpNHinolrom : Hungary on the occasion of the consecration of five new

the emerging and underdeveloped countries of Africa. addrd. .1: Hungarian Bishops In Budapest urging them to preserve

Asia and Latin America." .. and transmit Hungary's Christian traditions to future
ImpreiHilve, but they da not Clothing received: In the ; .
generations.The .
I'e are making a special Thanksgiving clothing collection .. .
and cannot reveal the tremendous .
appeal this year for bed and \ U sorted and haled In w new Bishops and their sees are: Auxiliary Bishop

household linens to be givento the Thanksgiving gmxl accomplishedwith collection the five CR -NCW'C warehouses tpJ' .: Jozsef Winkler of Szombathely Bishop Pal Brezanoczyfor

hospital, clinics orphanages .' Nor do they of course, In Seattle, San KranclMCo. '>; :: Eger, Bishop Jozsef Ijjas for Csanad, Bishop Jozsef

and other instltutionx indicate the great and continuing Lou Angles, Mllwauke .; .;. ,: Ceserhati for Pecs and
Remnants can be made Into and Brooklyn. I It then Is i j Jozsef Bank for solemn moment among our
nIlor clothing that Bishop .
beloved of Hungary
bandages and drew abroad : most sons
surgical ithlppod to the agen.ry'a .
Ings for the kick and diseased exUt, in no many areas of" relief programs and tils. A' ::" .. ..J.. Gyoer. we desire to address
distress around the world, >!. i it. The colorful consecration our paternal greeting to thefive
said Bishop Edward: tributlon Centers located in ,
the JII hOI) Mild, commentingon w I .; ,
MY": ceremonies In St. Stephen newly consecrated Bl h>
E. than countries.
Swanstrom, executive director more 70 Onlya .
of Cathulic Relief Services the retort token reserve supply con. '. ., ..... '' .IJ. : ,: >.\?.. Cathedral Budapest on Oc- ups, to the entire hierarchy,
tuber :28! recorded by .
11"0 were to Priests, to men and women
-National Catholic Wel TintIMO fd t wrip |M>lgnatitljr dinting of a few thousand .
Btateowned radio and tele-
fare Conference drought boiiif lu nif, pounds, now remains from religious, to the Christian
\1.Ion and relayed to Hungary faithful and to all people of
"1 am confident that our a. Ihfjr cowl have lrn Inthe the ItMK) Thanksgiving clothIng '
110 million C'ttlz@ns. The
American Catholic will again other .tinrilcan. Bh.hnps, collection and Li l being this noble nation.
named following
.I..n"l tit the held r'1; Bishops were "And while we our
meet this annual challengeto during the r>% against emergency requests tI express
their charity and that, asa \ulliHn' council when Me II* or requirements, the the recent agreement best wishes and raise our
the See and
result, the 1004 Thanknglv tined tn HUImw. | from Nr off retort said Whole becomes attractive signed by. Holy prayers for the new prelate,
Ing Catholic collection will program that they may be strong in
papal message in Latin of God and
the spirit united
exceed those of previous As time draws for introduc ther Michael J. Larkin. Monsignor
Bishop notes dangerCemetery nearer was read following the consecration with this
always ApostolicSee
jeurs, the Illxhop addedItlxluiji ing the English language into the Harold F. Jordan Monsignor C. L. by Vrchblshop Entire and with their episcopal

MnaiiMritni ..111!
11..dlll'| appeal| fur IIII n. did officials told program of liturgical renovation who CSSR.Mother. The message read to show true love for their

rot minimize. the need for d... find it attractive are, from the left Fa country, especially! preservingIntact /
nation of reed and uwinl. "Spiritually present on this and transmitting faithfully .

clothing, fiMilMrur blankets. Its Christian tradition
of lack of human
and other relief niulriUI ln <. respectMADISON !.ct" ; to new generations, traditions
..M the needy .throughoutthe : : ; ;; which are the thousand.year*
: .r :
world.In \\1M'tJo.ln (NC) Bishop William P. Wi :
/f .W old glory of Hungary, and
O'Connor of Madison has said here he social ; .. "I ,.
sees "a great .r" .. \ 'I, W" which In the centuries
connection with thenlHhop' "S'. ". I. \ '
comment CHS- danger": in. the lack of respect and reverence in the United ., : ... [ r \ t c ; '. : (ahead) will be the fortress

NCWC headquarters here \Issued states today."itespect l / ( 'J \ lI. and guarantee of prosperityand
"Not ,
even the kad pre.elnrts \ .
l a report which showed U Important and ,\ 1. l progress."In
of rrmrifrli t
that a total of 13.0:.!!0,421iwundu Indispensable In a ('1 vUlZt'f1lled.ty our are ; I ., the pledge of which, In.
from the fanatUUm
of relief materialweie ," he told the annual pxrmpt I I :f" I): t \ yoking the Intercession of

donate l by U 8. Catholic meeting of the National Catholic of.. |three you know undisciplined only too people writ| ,", H t r v J t. r \ 1 t ,.'Yr ," \ the Blessed Virgin Mary, pa.
In the 11)03) Thanksgiving Cemetery Conference \ J ( ; troness of Hungary, and of
clothing collection. The dona '.K....pect U the awareness be .*! ..
tluns were alued at $21 mil and acknowledgment of a 11.)! said children and youth J, J ) I ', ',r.1 Mints of this land we Impartto

greatness superior to our ahuuld lie educated "to renjxHt .;; all from our heart our
lion.The own," their ladies and 1\\ warm apostolic blessing."
ICth annual Thanksgiving own ; :-:
He Raid there In wldmptcaddlxieipvct the bakes of others." Other. \ r '
\ clothing collection will S A.)-'Q The new Bishops had beenIn
tw conducted In the snore for authority law wire! h* said "*. shall find ; U / Rome attending the ecumenical -

than 17000) Catholic parishes and order by "juvenile and ourselves back In the junglew I' J I ., .t. ,t!,. council, even though
throughout the United States adult delinquent here the law cf tooth and 1 :. they had not then been con-
during November.The Thee delinquents, espy law prevails"The : I secrated. Tille there, they
statistics art Indeed. dally when they gather In concept of the bodyas : :I' made their profession of faith
1't .r .
gang, are apt to act like the met Intimate companion '' l ". A. and took the oath against
emotionally unstable and uncivilized of a spiritual and Immortal \\f'''' .' t .J' ;-" :)'\w.' modernUm.'JACKSONVILLE.

JACKSONVILLEieDNOCAII human beings who 101.11-the concept of ..It.( .1". li\,.,,,,. ....,.....:it'I ..,

take pleasure and satUfactlon the body a* a temple of divine General visits
In act of senseless vandal- grace and a dwelling. place of

lent even wounding andsometimes the
Holy has been
| Spirit- Sisters of Sacred Heart pariah in tured from the left are Sister M. Mercy Si liter M. Brigid Sister M.
killing the victimsof lout sight of and the animal
their madness.Congress part of man has supplanted Jacksonville were visited recently Josephine Sister M. Gerard, Moth- Perpetuaby and Sister M. Paul. "",uu" ,un'U'UU"

__t3. 0J hU human nature In Important their Mother General Mother er M. Elhna Mother M. Antonio

s........-. -Ss.Tr. talksHOMIltV and prestige," ho laid. M. Antonio of Cork, Ireland. Fiethe Mother General. Stater Mary of

.. "drop .rr .. 0..11I.
u..- -. \ ..." ...... .
>C Addr "
( )
...,,H M.,..., Mor.; Me
byalcrian CanUnal ( ra"'u Sister-teacher of 48
I IJ years
353.7<4'9' .t the beginning- and end of s Atlantic Monument C.

214 W. Fcr.ytS St.SMUM4M. the International' KucharUtlcCongreu lr.rueGr.nit.04.rbl..

here will he carried succumbs in Jacksonville C.: .. rr.._- ._
by the Indian national radio tit F.r... Str...

network. rM. BL '.C/tl /
.R D At'00 'Sla : The Bombay Archbishop 4 I I d! ', JACK-SO.NMIJ.IV-In the 4Sth year of her religious .k.. ft...r CraMU K .1e
who U ('halrm.1of! r'l ti".1I ..
r=n the congress. will speak on ,14r : a profession as a member of the Adrian Dominican Congregation t frAla4M.ddAlm

November 37 and December T. Sister Mary Paschal died here suddenly on Sat. .-

urday, October 24. RELIGIOUS BOOK iiF;rExcellent
E. H. THOMPSON CO. Formerly Sarah Helen Svd- the Archdiocese: of Chicago: & GIFT SHOP -. .
Inttitutlonal iit Ktni four in the Archdiocese: of
_, .
r nor one of three children seeof' ft. jK-t ni ass
V lNeLIISTEAKS Supplier and Equipment M. Santa Fe; and aiitwn In the sea fl l.,. 50.wq
tarn to Lakeforeit
Mary Cannon .
Mookl *La
Church Discounts: \rvMlotwe: of Detroit, MU

u... If ...... '1, ,...... 710 W.it lay Str..t : .. Illinois and Paw ha! ,V oWmu K* |uJ.m Ma-j last.rmrnritia" Tai line'-ass tarot.U. .. .
... ...... ; Wombon Sydnor.' Kentucky .. JACttONYlltl tOCATJONl7WO
Jatlwnvih, FI..icl. was oWerwl Thurmav (V .. a....... ., ...J ... '.-.. MU
'. .ho entered Adrian frwn Our tuber tt. In Holy lUnutrychafNl sea .e/.e. Plus.Phon. ?:S.IMZ in.1441EASTERUNG

Lady of Sorrows pariah, Chi 1 fit the nwhefhou, 721-45$
Donovan's Hyde Convalescent Home \ cage In 1914.Tsraly4our. by Father Jamea Krswley. aitetmt
ChhtpUln He WM a.-
2041 Hrde Park Road. Jnliornll \ jran nf her Isled by Father lUrturd Hill,

FlorUt'i L.ffl.. and Most Mode long 9fHt. of M>rtlc. !. |>' rurhUI > tNMtor U Infant erf Prague PHARMACY

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SUNDAY November 823th

take place in MassFather __ coat (Sunday Mass of after Sunday Pent Cl,*.

rla. Creed. Preface of Tr n.
Matthew Connolly, 117.) ,
who Is well known for his the server holding the boot. OSDA T, November 9

writing la The Florida Oith- Following this, the Priest Dedication of the'Archbaclt.
continues the Nuptial Mas _
oUc, give here an Idea of the Father After the Our the* L1I$ I lea of the Saviour. (Mara;
dmlnlntritloD of Matrimony Father for the dedication\ of a
la the modern liturgy. Father MatthewJ. Priest stands before the attars,, church Gloria, 2nd(prayer

Connolly prenldts o\rr St. Jo. facing the spouses, who come of St. Theodore Creed
forward and kneel The celebrant '
eph parish Winter Haven.THE Common Preface.) %
CoanollyThe says the Nuptial Bless
TUESDAY, November 1d\|
decision of the Amen log over them In English. The Maa.i
St. Andrew Avelllno. (
Bishops to use Eng Priest then return to the of a confessor not a Bishop
? r *
lish In the celebration of all Nuptial Mass Is permitted altar and continue the Mass Gloria. 2nd Prayer of Sts.'

Sacraments, except Holy Orders on all days except on Holy Communion 1* given Tryphon and companions,
beginning September 14. liturgical days of the first to the spouses, and to all who iL Common Preface.)

1964, Is among the first fruits class and on Sundays. When wish to receive, at the appro : "'EDSESDA T, November 11

of the Second Vatican Counell's the Nuptial Mass is prohibit. priate time. ,, : St. Martin Bishop. and con

call for sweeping reforms ed the Mass of the day is After the words, "'Co, the feU or. (Man of feast, Glo

In the rites of the Sacraments. celebrated.At :Mass is ended" the celebrant via, 2nd Prayer of St. Men.

The Constitution of the Lit. Nuptial Low Masses the again turns toward the 11 IIU, Common Preface.)

urgy promulgated by Pope organ may be played and appropriate bridal couple, give the final THURSDAY, November H

Paul VI at the closing of the hymns sung: (a) at Nuptial blessing In English St. Martin I. (Masa of ont

Second Session of the Second the entrance of the celebrant; and a short Instruction. He or more Supreme Pontiff,

Vatican Council. December 4, (b) during the Offertory until then sprinkles them with --. Gloria. Common Preface.)
1963, is explicit In pointing the beginning of the Preface holy water After the Mass FRIDAY, November 13
out that It Is the duty of pastors ; (c) after the Angus Del the bridal party recesses St. Brendan School and convent dedicated Ft. Prance Xavier Cabrtni.

of souls "to Insure that until the Communion verse down the center aisle. (Mass of feast Gloria, 2nd

the faithful take part fully (d) as a recessional. ; The rite for the Sacramentof Monsignor William J. Mullally! by Father Irvine Nuj nt while the they build a convent. The school'a Prayer of St. IMdacus, Common

aware of what they are doing, Matrimony when Mass Is PA" v." ., (right) blessed! the new dean para the dedicatory address. HUuvelt Dominican nuns also teach Preface.)

actively engaged In the rite. Kneeling benches for the not celebrated Is very similarto school and convent in St. Brendan Men honor themselves! when they the children In Monsignor Mul tA: TCRDA Y. November 14

and enriched In Its effect. bride and groom and in witnesses the the rite with Mesa The parish, Ormond Beach, on November help build a school for the children laity's' own pariah and In the Fa St Joaephat, XUshop and
are prepared
In regard to the rite for the Sanctuary, away from the Nuptial blessing is now to be 1. Father Nell Sager pastor to receive the knowledge! of God, thcr Lopes High School of which martyr.rU. Common(Ma.Preface.of feast), Gin

celebration of marriage, the altar steps and near the Sanctuary Imparted at every Catholic left, was joined in the sanctuary sal! Monalfnor Mullally, and when Father Nugent ia president.'

Confutation, In paragraphs entrance. At the appointed marriage, whereas formerlyIt
was not allowed to be
77 and 18, state: hour the organist. begins given
the processional, and the outside of Mass, except with Ground broken for schoolat
The marriage rite now special permission of the Holy
bride and groom and witnesses
| found In the Roman ritual is See.
approach the Sanctuary Name
Holy Gulfport
to be revised and enriched In
according' to the legitimate However, the fart that theiuptial ,
such a way that the grace of
custom of the church. .1.
the Sacrament Is more clearly blessing U permitted 'UTOUT-Ground was broken recently for Holy!

signified and the duties of The wedding party take fur a Catholic marriage ono Name School here in afternoon ceremonies conducted by
their places at the kneelersIn side, of Ma.. should) s>ot be
| the spouses are taught the Sanctuary. When all understood a* .. er"OlrI'". Abbot Marion Bowman O.S.D. of SL Leo Abbey- The new
"If any regions are wont to y
I Use other praiseworthy customs are In their places, the chanters meat for marriage apart from school will be located adja. Gulfport; William Jort n. 1 ISS //wf
)1.... cent to Name Church.
begin the Introit (entrance Holy
and ceremonies while thief of police: Thomas Kelt
hymn. If a Low Mass) Among the special guests of chanvtr
| celebrating the Sacrament of The better the faithful president Gulfport
I Matrimony, the Sacred Synod and the celebrant and ministers know the liturgical significance were A. L. Anderson county of commerce; and various

earnestly desires that these, approach the altar In of the Mass for the commissioner Nicholas M. officers of civic clubs.
I by all be retained. the usual manner. All stand Melsier city manager Mayor.
means, spouses, the more eagerly will The new school will consist
"Moreover, the competent for the entrance of the celebrant they seek to have their mar William N. MiNelll: mayor of of It cUsrooms, an administration r

| territorial ecclesiastical authority and kneel for beginning rage within Mass. office, clinic, kinder % ,_
of M....
mentioned in Article
and The build
The "foreman" .1s usualup With the permission of the Fight challenge
22. Par. 2, of this Constitution tog la scheduled to be coin'
to the Gospel The Epistle Ordinary, the rite for the Sacrament ;
is free to draw its
up W.4NllliTtThe' ; pitted In January 011 U.
and Gospel 1 xlll be read In of Matrimony when
own rite, suited to the usages attorneys general of 30 state Holy Name Church was
Mass I III not celebrated be
the celebrant may
English at
of place and people accordingto by hue joined in staking the built and the first Mass was
followed. However, the abbreviated
the provision of Article 63, the appropriate time. On dayson United States Supreme Courtto celebrated on tutu Sunday,
which the Masa of the rite currently In I
but the rite must always conform dUmUa a challenge to the S'",.. The school with four
[ to the law that the Spou es 1s forbidden, theEpl.tI. use for the marriage In tare of the word "under Rod grades was started I Septem*
church of a Catholic and non-
and Gospel will be
I Priest assisting at the mar In the pledge of allegiance tl* l let of 1IW1 and additional
from the Mass of the day. Catholic la to continue In use
Iris e must ask for and obtain the recited' classrooms added two
| flag as In public << were
until the Bishop advlaesother Planning special l instructions 1
the consent of the contract- After the C.otptl all sit, aM *lie. schools. years )later. .
ig parties. the relrbraat Mill dr.... a Arguing that the challengeU At this time the school
At every marriage ceremony During this month In each pariah of tine were from the left father John
"Matrimony U normally to brief homily or .ranee to the based on a .f.... premise* consists of eight grades and ,
I be celebrated within the ",Iplf'. After the homily, the the congregation are they called on the Supreme a kindergarten taught by two the Diocese, Priests of the pushes ... O'FUherty Monlgnor John J. )'tul.

lVau, after the reading of the wrddlaf ...rf.o., fallow to be true witnesses. The Court to lay to rest further Dominican haters and 10 Urteacher will Instruct the people' (In the new lit. line, Father llenurd T. Dlttman and I

.Gospel and the. homily and couple are to be encouragedto efforts to establish a religionof *. The school has 223 Urn' Discussing\ the need for special Father James A. Fbynee.
before the prayer of the faith An will stand and the celebrant make their responses and secularism In our ..hoo,*.. reUtre l students. Instructions last week in St. Augu**
fuL The prayer for the bride, witnesses the exchangeof ible. Participation by the congregation --

t duly, amended to remind both marriage consent according la most appropriateby

rimless of their equal obllga- to the approved rituaL both prayer and hymns, Iw.rw+ t w

lion to remain faithful to each There follows the blessing of and In Sacramental reception.The Coming ovonts

ether be said In the the wedding ring or rings. Idea that this 1* the ST. AUGUSTINE I Iw.
[ may The spouses kneel at the couple's Msss alone 1* a no- ,- ..*.*. ..... Men .salsa .e..l.l! _*... aN ......
bother tongue. eI sera .... teMi IMMM4 .....MO MMIM W .*... >., ..........
"but, If the Sacrament of words. "Strengthen 0 God lion to be replaced by a eel t* .MM4.LvncheoneaH. .
f Matrimony celebrated apart what you have wrought In broader understanding of the rr
|.ny. Nee i I" ir, ia M h,MI n.iwi.f.
of the
us nature liturgical aotiona. > .
from Mass the Epistle
There follows a short blessing vemfcer 7. lift: p... )llolyName ( ..ir.l .t venae, rur M4a, Na.)4aIk. .
Gospel from the Nuptial Mais sort*I "hall DM****. (J......, ........e,
of the which the
are to be read at the beginning spouse, The f Ike Met .... .
day rerlttag flake N.ta./er I alter
of the rite and the blessing celebrant reada with hi I both .4 .......,...,.1 parts'. No..nvW r
vere re*pe..ela the II end to a m Mere. a4
should always be givento hands elevated and attended' rapi44lre U.al I* ate as Met )lloijr N... CBMRH, i* t BVM. U.en llor- JBudgeting

the .rou...." .4. The people are U make Tamp. .... li..*e..... I..,.<>. HI.

On January 25, 1904. PopePaul t.... reep.a.ee "lIklll ... I aril petty Nnm *< 10, ).""k Wesneo's (hatk'. IM.rirele. _

VI bailed certain Instructions Press meeting long U t.... The ........1.' 1 pm. Kf+,..., s.*..1) M. hataleth II.prdw.I1.A.nt.Al .
In the form of a of booklets( I. a step to tkU. : Port Orange.ftrAcerleent. Nar, Aireftalon
Motu Proprto. putting into MILW.U-KKK (xn -Dan petty, Netaw peeleR<.t, MiMI (..., NcvemtwrIt.

effect prescriptions of the Herr of Chicago, president of At the rehearsal ceremony : __ __ Ur II, I pM. W. J.ewaechllnh .
Constitution. the Thomaa More Association everyone should run throughthe : I'atl1' tomr, Nowemhet ?
lien, indM+. Rotheha.rt
author and columnist re ponee at least once.This II. Hart. nil boulevard.
1* retard te Matrimony he will be one of the principal 1* a matter at least a* .. ", HHmrt gruaabs. bti 0.1U..

necTlbf04 that It be c f"le- speaker ..tlI.. 19M national Important a* that of the DUmber lug .1 r.....*...c.(.., se,,_ kja>. ...... 4 t* 1 p.m. Ult Our Low Coil
seated, a. a ,...1., vlikfij' the Catholic educational press of yard between bride I** II. HI. Nor (111 w.... ... Puy III NecmMw44esi. hereto.tee .

Ma., after are C'.p.1| l a 4homily. congress here November 1) maid. during the proreeton r.(*f.a>.|. kin a M. ( II I I. l.gHM4.tf at Pao ens. Chicling PUn

If rekbrat'4. ..tilde to It. down the aisle. fIt ....!IIC.. Warts Ml M Matthew. I.Mfrh. Jrti>.i.viii .

the Ma**, here was .. .. a The convention 1s co-spun The Constitution. on the Lit \ 1-. ":i"" .*. nt< Yen tee lap anef less-
fcrtof admonlila, till re dls" >gf C (ard rrtr. Noeessb.r It
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college tif jturiuBamand Its clear statements oa the\
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} ] The Florida Catholic Friday, No,'. G, 19GI Sharing our treasureConvert

Council lessons to benefit ;' "' I IJ tells of answers

Church in Latin America found in example, books

Uy Elmer Von Feldt "
the world's popu!. '

ROME (NC-The Church In Latin America is bring. 171qvITH, especially in theu .. )

Ing home the lessons of the Second Vatican Council to U n d e r developed countries, *'1

the almost 200,000,000 Catholics living there. I roaring at a rate unprecedented Father '

There is a general conviction among the Latin American In history, the percentage

leaders that the decisions being hammered out at the of Catholics will become Increasingly John A.

third session of the council are of particular significance smaller unless the O'Brien a

for their continent. .1 laity make greater efforts to
"The center was established Jr hare their faith with their
1"he question of collegtalltyvoted with churchless friends.
the hope of giving the t ,
by the Fathers will people of Latin America more 1 The Church pleads for such
ting to Bishops In other
than superficial reports about help. Conquer" by Don Sharkey
parts of the world, they feel, the council" Bacclno "
Bishop "W nut Christians for Giants of the Faith, the
of their obligation
a new awareness
said. "We are trying to get stories of the conversion of
ourselves alone" said Pope
to the universal
the people to feel and live the St. Paul. St. Augustine, Cardinal
Pad VI, "bat .11IO for otherto
Church end thus move themto
council and to become Imbued New man. Orestes
sate our brethrenAll
help the impoverished Latin with the Church's efforts at
/ Browiuon and Thomas Isaac
American Church. ChrhtUnt are called to spread
internal renewal" their faith. Hecker. Another book which

Latin American prelates Bishop Ddccino explainedthat sltl lla' helped me is "Roads to

have been the foremost tup- In the past two sessionsthe 1 I How can you fulfill this obligation Rome," the stories of recent:

potters of the program to re- Latin American public: '. ? There are various noted converu.

viva the dlaconate as a per. got only scanty news about '. d n'. \....,.;u.., .. ', ... ', .....{,' .. : 'I ways, but among the simplest
manent state in the Church. the council which was "often ..
Other dl... sensationalized and mislead the inAdventMass example, bring your friendto especially helpful for truth
subjects bring lug" Mass facing people begins Sunday Mass and lend him 'f'f'bn. for they how the
cu "ed at till season In
linen of which
which the Latin American. "We hope that our effort celebrated In St. Augustine facing the people. Notice the unobstructed Lavabo of the Mass that day at the some Catholic fruitfulness literature.The of these. brought conviction to brlllUntcholars.

Ill",hops me tllally Intrrentrdr will succeed in giving Latin last week by Father Philip Halstead view of the altar, with Priests' retreat Includes Father methods Is shown in the conversion .
the Jay .po tolat0 and the America an objective and candles and Edward A. Kirby, left, and Father
foreshadowed the custom to begin the sacred vessels, of Cella Rose Dupuls,
the full
schema on the problem that thorough report on The truth seeker will find
far the Church !. the modern significance of the council the first Sunday in Advent of crucifix, missal and usual altar Lawrence Cunningham assisting a housewife and part-time therein the answer to virtually .

'or'ld. preiecdlngj," h* said. Priests .offering Mass in English, cloths. This picture during the the celebrant. graduate nurse in Hamilton. every. question. I took instructions
Ontario, Canada, who relates
from Father Vincent
To make sure that the storyof the events thus:
A. Paulter DP., at St.,
the council decisions and t:k?I,Q M w YClergy I was reared in Englandand Patrick's Church, and perceived
their Impact on the Church I -. .' Important role of homily I first became interestedIn that the Catholic

will be told to their people, I'". ,,\ the Catholic religion whenI
..... Church was founded directlyby
the Latin American Bishops' .-r attended St. Joseph's High
.. Christ who authorized it
Council (CELAM) has set up f. ., ('. ., shown at Priests'retreat School taught by Sisters. The to teach all nations.
a heavily staffed Information chaplain was Father Louis
Especially striking are the
center in Rome. Vableur, a St. Francis de
words addressed by Jesus to
Located a short distance ST. AfGUSTLVK-One of the highlights of the recent Sales missionary Priest from Peter:

from St. Peter's, it Is I functioning France. The kindness and
Priests' retreat here was the homily at ),{us. As an "Thou are Peter, and upon
under the presidencyof r gentleness of the Sisters and
HUhop Luis Hacclno of example of a homily given to the other Priests, the fol. the serenity of the chaplain this rock I will build my
Church and the of hell
Kin;: Jose de Mayo Uruguay, lowing Is the text of that delivered on the first day of made a deep impression upon shall gates
not prevail against It.
'who Is president, of the
retreat by Father Eugene me.Later And I will\ give thee the keysof
CKLAM department for public I came to Canada
opinion. Director of the C Kohls: where I became acquaintedwith the kingdom of heaven;
and whatsoever thou Shalt
office, here is Gaston Cruzat "But our citizenship Is In Father Leo Dupuls. We beganto
bind earth shall be bound
T'aul, director of La \'oz, Santiago heaven from whence w* wait date and as our friendshipgrew on
Eugene!: C. also In heaven and whateverthou
Chile Catholic: weekly the Saviour our Lord Jesus v Leo told me how much
thalt loose earth shall
lie is being assisted by seven Christ (PhiL 111.21)) v.. Kohl. his Catholic faith meant to on
be looked also In heaven"Matthew
other Latin American journalists In the epistle read today, him and invited rot to Mass
( 16, 18-19)). The list
and a Priest. St. Paul warns the Philip- with him.
of Popes from Peter to the
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Catholic: Information centers plans not to follow the example My attendance brought back

In 11 Latin American attend Melbourne blessingOur of the enemies of the pleasant memories of my days present shows the unbrokenline
countries cooperating In \v* can se' more clearly of apostolic succession.
art Cross of Christ. at st. Joseph's, where both

the program to spread Infor. Lady of Lourdes convent back Sean P. Molloy, Father Peter C. Dolan They did not understandthat what St. Paul examine was driving his other at Priest and Sisters set such an Upon the I was completion received of Into Instructions .
tnstlon on the council. They' the old law had been when we Inspiring example. Leo's relathes .
ground, was blessed! last Sunday after Father James A. Lowe, Father Felix Epistles. St. Paul urged that the Church and I have been
are located in Argentina, lira- fulfilled; they did not believe are of French descent,
Father Charles W. Danos and Father Lawrence P. Red. In the faith.!
ill, Chile. Colombia, the Do.tninlcan noon by Spellman. that Christ atoned for the even Indifferent acts be madea and are exemplary Catholics. very happy It

Republic, El Salvador Among the Priests In the procession to mono!. sine of all mankind; In short means of salvation. In his has bound our family still

Mexico, Panama, Paraguay the convent were, from left Father they rejected Christ and this first letter to the Corinthians Without being bigoted they closer together. and deepenedIts
Peru and h. says, "Whether you cat or ant only love their faith. bat unity. Th family that
Uruguay -- --- Ji why St. Paul called them
drink or do anything else, do alas the It every d.,. prays together runs the sayIng .
the enemies of the Cross of
Ktpandlag: !Its! activities It,.. On legion Dominican Sisters rhrUl. Their end was to be aU for the glory of God. (I help various "stays tortMr.An....

pond lb. pre'', the center basset enjoy ruin because they were so Cor. 11,31)). Again St. Paul They support six years in the Church I am
shrines and send to
.p a program for .providing MUV: 10KK OO -Tri* obstinate their god was the says to the ColloMlans. "All money sUll 'learning more about the
; educate seminarians. Leo In-
laps rerordlnc' and Irle-' J110"J.II Fair Lady," produced new convent Melbourne llly In so far as they were whatsoever ;you do in "wordor voted m* to attend Sunday faith and hope I ran, withCod's
,l.lnn material a* well at |>lr- about clean work, do all in the name grace, share It with
by Warner Brothers, overly concerned Mans and Interest was
lures for snhftcrlbera. of the Lord Jesus giving my many others
blessed and. unclean foodj. They
through Its "extraordinary .MF.UIOUIINK new structure was officially deepened.I .
thanks to God the Father
Latin Each: American week It lllkhops gives the in beauty"'On the recommend- at Our Lady of Lourdes pariah here, the parish convent minded still earthly for a Saviour things, lookIng who through Him" (CoL III 17) read "The Woman Shall

Item a' roundup of international lion of the National Legion dedicated on November 1. Father Charles W. Spellman would make them a great na Itolng all things for the Pontiff stresses ORLANDOWINTER

newspaper comment on e>f Decency "to motion pieUir pastor of the Church of Our Saviour in Cocoa Beach, tion. glory of God doe not mean
audiences of every age.." union of faithfulVATICAN
the afternoonceremonies.
the council. presided lint of context that w* cannot enjoy our
take out PARKGay's
Th legion stated l: "l1!<<..u.e
The convent has a chapel the whole condemnation lay on earth for iw one raa CITY ( lC) -

of Its extraordinary beautythis In bleMlng the pariah ton entrance hall two reception which Ht... Paul' spews! forth lake more out of life than Pope Paul VI, at his weekly

ORLANDO film version of a modern tent Father Kpellman lauded rooms, two spare bedrooms could b* applied la as y gudleM Ib.... who serge <>od.However audience stressed Catholics'
laMla is recommended to Dolan who with connecting bath, large .
Father Peter C. Duck Inn
motion picture,! audiences of Indltldxil. toda). a continual conscious awareness of the
and dining room,
WM the driving fore: living
communion of the Faithful
PARK very age. Us producers ar kitchen work St. Paul "Their end awareness of the fact that w* .mi rs a Tmttt. "m TUB
WINTER construction of the beautiful pantry room says:
within the Church. fUlllT SEAFOOD AB
to b* warmly commended. for Is their Is the are citizens of heaven "wilt\
UcMtnry ttrtictur laundry room, utility room ruin god belly, 'Belonging to the Church solar stir aarwaua
----- -- bringing to the public a work Th buIlt tug of this con and a large garage. The second their glory U their shame, temper our Joys her on ..*.. .& 4-uit

of such outstanding entertainment vent Father. Spellman said floor' is composed of II they mind the things of earth. Good food, good health means not only being part ofa .f*. ... Or. Bt !tit

FAIRYIEWCltintri which is at the U a noteworthy feat bedrooms In addition to a arth." pleasant surroundings and in society but it alo means
time high itntmatlo general the things of earth participating In circulating
same superior's room. Hut the Christian holl...
& UuncJryD ar"" The ('.*..>* Hearh pallor explained Guests at the blessing were citizenship U. In heaven necessarily will be tree attractive because the supernatural gifts which. c..,.... reet C..tn&

that a .....".t I U sot Father "we realise they are only pass.ing are faith hope, charity andgrace. LEWiS.COIIEXIERI4INATING
D.'.n.ahl. labile Car* Father John II. OHarc mint be differentgroin ."
..... .. A.. M..MAr Guardians "a |>lar. t. retire from the Sean Molloy., Father the enemies of the Ross oys. On the other hand CO.

Ull iq.: "....... Or..... world, but It l. a rtlrrat tprepar James Low. Father Law. ef ChrUL Ltts her on earth our sorrows, our trials and Moreover, he said this 18--.... 114

moTh Ills, ".' EIIt INC) to Meet the ,,01"....* reoc P. Redmond, Father for the Christian might be difficulties will be softened communion means being IM. WlllMl .ash.. See 5lc5ewe.
Fathers of Rio will realize that members of an external communion .
Capuchin because we
Felix Father Thomas of .tWtN
"A convent," he. continual, llanos. compared to that a foreigner
which is visible
tie Janeiro hat officially these two are not<< of a permanent *
"se It With H.wr." of "le a monument to Faith, lllcglns and Father Raymond waiting to go to his li produced and sustained by
U-eu declared' "UuanlUru ruturt. Alt our Joys
hill native land Th Christian
anal education. It
COLLEGE PARK the City In recognition of the morality cannot afford to male earthly and all of our sorrows In this brothers who are entrusted
122:! years they have been tan4i In a parkh compound Mother: M. .\.. Catherine hU. in new perspective, heroin onlyas with the wk of being the BILL BARDOE
things goat fact todo
FLORIST guarding the remains of Eau: inspiring the people going by. n.provlMUI. .1 the I"C." : stepping stones to what is shepherds and fathers, that
III WIMWS a+........sr..14<< wise anti tscto/ d* 84, who founded lUi In SUters, they see rept- )tae of Uma. rnnltM-e. Wet so repuUit to our filial goal eternal salvation. is. the hierarchy. It also SAVE ON YOUR

o.4. sae .. alert nearly four centuries ago tented purity, chastity falM Heath, al.o was a ape. him.Fur means being mratwra of an
)knowledc, and morality. cial guest at th* ern...,. the Christian every This is the contrast' betweenth internal community moved by NEW CAR DEAL
The structure U o** action every wurd, ro *recy -
new the Ghoat.
We of th* enemies of the Holy ?%. si-im
lily set UT* U platen. er ........ Brs A..r cupled b. the eight Adrian Charles Price a member of thought or .QUment CTOM ef Christ and the life "From this simple but fundamental '
W* hate a...* 4ea.,... foe yw tastily Itoralnkwn Hitlers "who staff Our lady of LounVe parUliwas should be directed thai they et th* Chriatian .whoM cititeiwJilp discovery of the w_Hwy......MSt .
ban beaten their 111"-
the pariah nbool", contractor for the *on> as communion with 1M Church I
Is In heaven.ONLYV.95TOOWN.
DEMETREEsJOT BUILDERSGRT4SM Following the cetTOKMtie, vent designed by Gerald X nut gal nil. b what is (con two other discoveries: Mtf'lw
of and Kay meant by laving dus.a.hlyis a..
an open' loch* tress hM forUltors. Barry harry that of the rommul Oft with

last CnUsJal (kite \ Architect In Chlcarx bMftQ, Christ and that of the com.munkm Perk

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greets Sisters of St IVenlnieef racial, sad SfcrtfT Kathleeti Mark. savings and loan associationJght

BAN KwwWt\t4\I t t Just dedkatedhf coavrrt tin the &booh, Pariah rrsrsts aai visitors ki t.f

Utktreuadt of Our La4y *>f lovrAr UM duer sy. froca left, are ratter ..mats oac..e asaaas
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The Florida C&thoUFrU.1, Nor., 1961

At St. Patrick

P 7 W4 q
school blessing

(C........ i... et'. 1)

towards personal service to
Almighty Cod In the Sisterhood .
and In the Priesthood t
for this Diocese"

He said: :T -

) .
Education without men :
met to God and Hi. Uw u ,

ttrrlle. It has lust iu direr _

km and meaning. h'J\ 'JkiL M

Both as Individuals and ; ,
members of a community wean

each responsible for what !
is around us. The good Catholic t
brings the vitality and : $t

iterance which our society &
so sorely needs. \V* are the y{ _

leaven In this neo-pagan ,
.orld. HI a rttIHil1

Despite the rain St. Pat .1;
rick church was filled forSunday's Children of St. Patrick School attend dedicationSix
dedication. Father

Lenlhan spoke at the Maw years, almost to the day in the parish's provisional church Harold F. Jordan reread the prayers .

which" preceded the blessing L k! ... 1: _'- i :iff'' T?;. .t sine the first Masses were offeredin while the officiating Priests went" used at the blessing to the people
of the school
by Monsignor St. Patrick's Jacksonville, the under umbrellas -across the of Father John J. 'nlhan'.
Visiting Priests Included' St. Patrick School blessed JacksonvilleThe parishioner pthf'l"tIn their! courtyard to dedicate the school. parish, when he addressed them bathe

Father Joseph Barry FatherM. church on November 1 to partlcl- Due to the inclement weather the church.
new school St. Patrick parish Harold F. Jordan center while Father
J. Kelly. Father Leonard Jacksonville pate in the blessing of St. Patrick plans for procession and guard of
was blessed, November looked Sisters! of
Joseph Barry on.
Duncan. Father John Burns School The children occupied pews honor were" changed.
and Father Daniel Cullen 1, for Father John J. Lenihan left Mercy of New Inn, County Tipperary, -
___ IJonaicnor:7
S.MA, assistant of the pariah. and his parishioners, by Monsignor and lay teachers staff the new school II .
- ._ :

Melbourne convent blessedfor

Sisters of St. FrancisMKLBOUUNK s a

: :-Father Charles W. Spellman off lc.

fated at the November 1 blessing of the new two-story l

convent which houses the Sisters of St. Francis, faculty .. 0
members of Central Catholic High School here.

Father Spellman congratulated Father Peter C. Dolan,

president of the high school, on the fine accomplishment
of building the beautiful ,, m w T
structure. of the houxe The vestry, the ryr+rrr J .t 1'S
reception hall, the parlor the 'rrrrr errrr'rrrn + r h s
Father Dolan witnessed Inrray
another community room the refer rrrnrsrr 1
milestone later In the tory, the kitchen, the laundry, rnrrr tar /' ', ;t
day when a second convent the pantry, utility room. sr + rr rr
was dedicated at his pariah of
storage apace and garage complett
Our Lady of Lourdea. C1
the first floor
Speaking of the doubly significant Convent ---
Priests who attended' the
day Father Spell. ceremony were Father John for Franciscan Sisters
man commended him on the
B. O'Hare. Father Scan Molloy
accomplishment of buildingtwo Father James Lowe, Fa Melbourne Central Catholic High who staff the achooL Th new convent .;

convents In two separate ther Lawrence P. Re
places In Melbourne. Father Felix: Danos. Father ly with the addition of the convent for the feast of All Saints _liIfI IIr

Th uw content I* a two. Thomas Illcglns and Father the Sisters of St. Francis of Allcgany
story building lorded en Raymond lUlL

Florida Avenue, ailjolnlag lb. In his address at the blest

ground tba Cratral Catholic Ing, Father SjIlman salt Monsignor Mullally blesses school .

High Me!tooL There art approximately .....

The upper floor consists of.I&ht 17,:00. parishes In the United: -\..:...... oj
Slate Py the parish school convent for Ormond Beach parish
. bedrooms and the ..u.perlor' I
suite. The chapel stands the ronvtnt and the Dedication held' MelbourneThe '
convent stands for Faith
with first floor a high apart celling.from Is the on rest the and education." <<('..n.... .... 1... It will give. your enthutUstleaup >oung pariah It mad vp of Franciscan Bisters! convent at school president; father Lawrence:

Tat .f hi* Irtrotae, bet hU. than |*tr.dwalkway Melbourne, Onlrsl Cathoifo High RaMimorxi, Falhr Charla, W. tilmaA
N.UrV eoslls.ed.
_..... ham .ton. so much for the rofl-ntxtlng thm.
*art !. prepare laf.....",. I latbroa artrr thai rlaw Bchoot was bl"uM. | on Sunday afternoon who rrprvs+nttU the Archbishop and
spread of the Faith In this Two wing offer fair
ORLANDOWINTER great lrtar.. and t_* A man's moral life. Ms region. room Nth awl a>tfM 4.tra> at 3 o'clock. Clergy present ,"rt, dtxlirataxl th. convent Father John U. j

lend them I. th. .tr lnl" moral character Is riettrm- Father Sager celebrated the lion Is In the other '''''Ion,. from left. Father JVter C. Dolan. O'Hare and Father Felix fUnoa.

PARK Tbt .lB ------ ----- --- ------
th. 'Ir.... la th. rotaaiaallf the Intellect<<, but by the training blessed th. bulhl the ail gratfet UttgM hy f
both Catholic. and .oa. of the heart and of the ..... afterwards., In the pro !' and three lay t. ehr*. ---

Calbollr.1* R, m. r aaa.ton wtrt rfflffs of the the MO pup** I....M4M from Florida
WALTER MENGFSClothUr Holy Nm Satiny. tit W.trn's .. timed. rtrruH t*ky4uMn. ky ReportsSt. ORLANDO
T0 Men Following dedication cert- Train a man's intellect M Club alur lads sat paint th* rntMNuiUty .........
... ,,.'. monks tht guests Visited tht you Hkf. pasty Into K the
Tht 1'. & la ) Wear forth degree Knights of CBIk> from CwtirslTbr davits. WINTER PARK
"Eo interior of the convent. know Wdftt of tfe* aeleaes sal Ptttnburg Englewood
JOe N. ORANGE A lumMM..kms,
Contractor was (CKarie the aria; teach H nature's **> .. >r.r. at. .Ul Mnh
(i), HI. .
Across KaptMtl
From St. Jamrt
Price Joel W. foyers, ofGrwnlng rrris an-l surtiKt's myMert: H.nedklba cf t.'alb. .r *..|.r Mian Ib. "..
and Meters ArchJ- you will not thereby ..... bleat, ......... .....u..... 1.l. Hra4a ..*...b. ,.. p*.?!. The ('ihwllr lJ. ..Mc* ofAs yew.. aisle N4i *.ii}.r It

lefts in ItayloM IIa awh, was .Mm ...*.. ..b him pr.. lamed. tl+n by ,*...*, Irtla. but. ..on-fa" with him .In *rira. Cutsri Samoa Mark" these. will ,.. a cant! parlyIqr
WE ARE NOT THE th* architect. makt Man G..K..rl gIn \.(fat with. ....." fertile. ball ) lag Ik. Ff.M.l tau wilt .paw a sky W rue..1k.lMm t4-m-_ th* Altar JbMy > Children'sClothes

LARGEST BUT WE TRY 5L Itrt/ndan Srhm.1, will MUk' lx.ru denial. aM hartb, ,*,...,, rudest and an NeeaeII HM if M. tt.&ohtal| mriih LIne
bo tavght tM prartkt ff .km. >'.ikr ...... (...*., ....> w best. Mary Ctw***. ft IMH In th thjwih "Ml at .
TO IE THE FRIENDLIEST To Rome post _.. I....aMt a< P*> .see. TTOpm.flNSMthM
msNty. th baata and tunrfa -a. Fhse.1( i U Ct! .
Central fartMUM ha.* I*.*) Father WUIiaaa (IMaes, Time. w. beIlre.h.mNlle
All 0'P"a d.niCon'pounhd Hl'D.iF1aTFalh.t: a... rf ("' '''! a prrfotlan.Vpnt o,tb.c )'rl.te etb/rhag the t*>vYkd for >t ...... Ml 1k.p. ( SM It will art.. aa rvtrvMDuntdin hi I 11. ,. Ci i ..,. .
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Outrttrfy? the Eaiterfom .rdwl........ ChrlaUM bwH th* ttMrtty sajt*r tfwt Hwv I ft will trf were l"atM IM+M' r fag., ttfrt whlrh M........ Ml*' lh > |My Ham ants *4 |n*
F.thr John CaHtrwM.. Father lets, t4n....4. AJVM th* fraaAla ; .paths at. hailed aiMrwf lit
has been named ha
Ieo swery U tawgM tbe vklw rf *
Saw with Security I>a.jM aMuan. Father IlitrvUnIkiH th* theft ma.r 4soNafa. Char lady ., I/wrdn. Ih* Ionm... lost lest 'n LAYAWAYFOR
director t tile I t> U I Ih. 1.He IHrUs
t.tits CyrilFathf : Th wtiHtrr schedule afof nav hn th* tMrffft haH fromIt
SAVE AT InatHutt la JUxn. r>e .. hourly tout AnrM.y W- Mr 'oar Ledv tow 1 | ""altMt la
mortal arml II. will t*
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hwn tht rahut of a***** |
SECURITY FEDERAL .. rkk t IMA ( M It Father art In Ih* wing uf the tn* blend II ti a asSubscribe ... II. CHRISTMAS
.. .. aeMaafrtflrt and respect
Tout K.aa, Falhtr tants rH ,ary amirtwr .l*<*!g.**l. M*
fAINT SALEVhoks.l. ,, ,, ,, ,
tar wtabbtd amUrotIt) .u "u "" '"
rUv sad father Gerald Uouitly. .. I* lfhf.t AIr rtK>NI OA Mill

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};tgbt The! noriJa Catholic, Friday, Nov. G, 19&1 Sharing our treasure

Council, lessons to benefit t u f_ Convert tells of answers

Church in Latin America UI found in example. books

fly Elmer Von Feldt

ROMK (NC)The Church in Latin America U bring. 1TvyITH the world's" popula

ing home the lessons of the Second Vatican Council to I 1'r especially In the
underdeveloped countries,
the almost 200,000,000 Catholics living there. .
oaring at a rate unprecedented
There is a general conviction among the Latin Amer. L in history, the percentageof Father

ican leaders that the decisions being hammered out at thethird 9s Catholics will become Increasingly John ..LO'Brita IConquer"

session of the council are of particular significancefor Jj1 smaller unless the

their continent. i laity make greater efforts to
"The center was established .1
ht question of share their faith with their
with the hope of giving the churchless friends
ited the Fathers
v by will
people of Latin America more The Church pleads for such
!bring to Bishops In other
than superficial reports about
of the world feel )help. by Don Sharkey
parts they the council," Bishop Bacclno ,
a new awareness of their obligation said "We are trying to get "We are Mot Chi-l tin. for "Giants of the Faith" the

to the universal the people to feel and live the ourselves alone," uld Pop stories of the conversion of

Church and thus move themto council: and to become Imbued r 1< J Pan \'I, "bat also for other St. Paul. St. Augustine Car.

help the Impoverished Latin with the Church's efforts at to Mt oar brethren. All dinal Newman, OrestesBrownson

American Church. internal renewal. S (hrlntUn art called to spread and Thomas Isaao

Latin American prelates their faith"How Hecker. Another book which
Bishop Bacclno explainedthat
have been the foremost iislw" -hL helped me Is "Roads to
supporters in the past two sessions can fulfill this obligation "
-7 Rome the stories of recent
of the to ;
re. ,
program '
the Latin American publicgot ? There are various
noted converts
vive the dlaconate as a per. only scanty newt about t; ::A _:r.: .' ';, : ; ways but among the simplest
manent state In the Church. the council, which was "often ( T .7If T'n". ';r:'uuw.; .:mE.'tr; : : .- I '. .--.y. L.... _, ,,::..:. ,:.. .W, .w '' ",:. are these three: set a good Thee latter two book ar*

Other -.abjrfl being dl',* sensationalized and mislead Mass facing the people begins Advent example bring your friend especially helpful for truth

cased at this, ne-mlon. In ing" to Sunday Mass, and lend him seekers, for they .how the

which the Latin American 'We hope that our effort Mass celebrated In St Augustinelast facing the people. Notice the unobstructed Lavabo of the Mass that day at thePriests' some Catholic literature. lines of reasoning which
will succeed in Latin fruitfulness of these brought conviction to brilliant
giving The
liUhop' are VlUlly interestedar
week by Father Philip Halstcad view of the altar, with retreat, Includes Father
the lay apontoUte. and the America an objective and methods is shown in the conS scholars.The .
schema on the problems that thorough report on the full foreshadowed the custom to begin the sacred vessels! candles and Edward A. KIrby, left, and Father version of Celia Rose DupuU,

fare the Church I. the modern significance of the council the first Sunday in Advent of crucifix, missal and usual altar Lawrence Cunningham assistingthe a housewife. and part,time truth seeker will findtherein .

world.' prececdlngs he said. Priests 'offering Mass in English cloths. This picture, during theClergy celebrant.: graduate nurse in Hamilton. the answer to virtualry
every question. I took Instruction
Ontario, Canada, who relates
To make sure that the storyof the events thus: *, from Father Vincent
A Paulter D.P.. at St.
the council decisions and
I was reared In Englandand
their impact on the Church Patricks Church, and percehed -
Important role of homily I first became interestedin
will be told to their people the Catholic religion whenI that the Catholic
the Latin American Bishops'Council Church was founded directlyby
attended St. Joseph's High
(CELAM) has set up shown at Priests'retreat School taught by Sisters The Christ, who authorized it
a heavily staffed Information to teach all nations.
chaplain was Father ,Louis
tenter In Rome Especially striking are the
Vableur, a St. Francis de
Located s short distance ST. AUGUSTIMi-Ona of the highlights of the recent Sales missionary Priest from words addressed by Jesus to
from St. Peter's. It is functioning Peter:
Priests' here Mass. As France. The kindness and
under the presidency retreat was the homily at an "Thou are Peter, and upon
gentleness of the Sisters and
of Bishop Lull Bacclno of example of a homily given to the other Priests, the fol. this rock I will build myChurch
l l +' the serenity of the chaplain
San Jove de Mayo, Uruguay r r lowing is the text of that delivered on the first day of made deep impression upon and the gates of hell
'who Is I president of the shall rot. prevail against It.

('I;LAf department for public 1 1 .r retreat by Father Eugene me.Later I came to Canada And I will give the the keys

opinion. Director of the C. Kohl cf the kingdom of heaven*
where I became acquaintedwith
office here Is Canton Cruzat and whatsoever, thou abaft
"But our citizenship is in FatherEugene Leo Dupuls. We beganto
Paul, director of La Vox, San. heaven from whence we wait date and as our friendshipgrew bind on earth shall be bound

tlago Chile, Catholic weekly the Saviour our Lord Jesus C. Leo told me how much also In heaven and whatever

]{Ie Is being assisted by seven Christ" (PhiL III,21) Kohl* his Catholic faith meant to thou chalt loose on earth shall
other Latin American Journalists be loosed also In heaven"
In the epistle read today
him and invited roe to Mass
and a Priest. St. Paul warns the Philip I with him. (Matthew 18, 18-19)). The list

Catholic information centers plan. not to follow the ex. My attendance brought back of Popes from Peter to the

In 11 Latin American attend Melbourne blessingOur ample of the enemies of the pleasant memories of my daysat present shows the unbroken
countries are cooperating in Cross of Christ. We can *e. more clearly where line of apostolic succession.
St. Joseph's, both
the program to spread Information Lady of Lourdes convent, back Sean P. Molloy, Father Peter C. Dolan They did not understand what St. Paul was driving at Priest and Sisters set such an Upon the completion of Instructions
on the council. Theyare that th. old law had been when we examine his other I was received Into
ground, was blessed last Sunday after Father James A. Lowe, Father Felix: Inspiring example. Leos relatives -
located in Argentina, Bra Epistles St. Paul urged that the Church and I have been
fulfilled did believe
noon by Father Charles W, Spellman. Banos and Father Lawrence P. Red. ; they not are of French descent,
Vile Chile, Colombia, the 1mlntcan ),* that Christ atoned for the even indifferent acts be mad very happy In the faith. It
and are exemplary. Catholics.
Republic, El Halva Among the Priests in the procession to mond.Dominican. tins of all mankind; In short a means of salvation. In hit has bound our family still

dor, Mexico, Panama, Para the convent were, from left. Father they rejected Christ and this first letter to the Corinthian. Without being bigoted they closer together and deepenedIts

quay, Peru, and Uruguay. l. why St. Paul called them he says "Whether you eat or not only love their faith but unity "Th family that

Ktpandlng: U. activities .... On the enemies of the Cross of drink or do anything else\ doall ales lite It every day. prays together," runs th. say.
legion Sisters for the of God" (I Ing. "
enjoy glory "stays together. After
Christ Their end was to be
the *> the lies various
renter They help
pond |>r support
ruin because they were noolwtlnate Cor 11,31). Again. SU Paul six years In the Church I am
Mt Ip a program for provld MCW: lUltK (NO -Th. ; their god was, th* says to the CoUogwUns, "All"halloeVl'r shrine and send money to still learning more about the
log Up recording and trim.vlsn movie ".My Fair Lady, pro. convent Melbourne do In wordor educate seminarian Leo invited faith and
new belly<< in so far an! they were/ you hop I can. withCod'
/ to attend
material well lc me Sunday
as ai |> duced by Warner Brothers, overly concerned about clean work, do all In the name grace, share it with
tare for tnb cHber*. Mat and my interest was
through Us "extraordinary MI MEIJIOIUMC new structure was officially blessed and unclean foods. They of the Lord Jesus, giving deepened. many others.

Each week it gives the beauty" won the recommendation at Our Lady of Lourdes parish here, the parish convent minded earthly things look. thanks to God" the Father 1 read The Woman Shall
Him. Col III
latin American Bishops in log still for a Saviour who" through ( 17)

Rome a' roundup of International of the National Legion dedicated on November 1. Father Charles W. Spellman, would make them a great na. all for the Pontiff stresses
Doing thing
newspaper comment on of Decency "to motion pic pastor of the Church of Our Saviour in Cocoa Beach, tion. ORLANDOWINTER
glory of God don sot Mean
the counciL Gars audiences of every age"Th. presided at the afternoon union of faithful
lint taken out of rwatett that we run not enjoy oar
legion stated: "Uf'auaenl PARKGary's
ceremonies. The convent hat a chapel.
or. earth. For no one ran
the whole eoademastkn .
extraordinary beauty ( ) -
In blessing the Mrbh run- entrance hall two reception
life than
take of
this film version of a moderntUvslo which' M. Pad! .|'It'''* forth more out Pope Paul VI at his weekly
ORLANDO 'vent. ...th.rSpellmAn lauded room, two spare could be applied to gut.I. those who rrt. (KM!.
U recommended to any audience stressed' Catholics'conscious
Father Peter C Ik>Ian who with connecting bath large
motion picture audiences of .*. Individual today awareness, of the Duck Inn
was the driving fore behind living and dining roomf.It.ltth.n. However, a continual
WINTER PARKFAIRYIEW every age Its producers ar. work awarenen of the feet that we" communion of the Faithful ."- .
the rorulnutlon of the beau.liful pantry room St Paul says: "Their endIs r a ntir son tits
__ to be warmly commended, fur "OiItory atrtwture laundry room, utility room ruin their god U the belly, are citUena of heaven will within the Church. awns rises. ? ? .a.'OOD A'ID

C' bringing to the public a workof The hull
such outstanding enter Father Spellman said floor Is composed of It they mind the things of.arth. earth. Good food, good health means not only being part ofa wee S.. 0*. mi. TtJIOsintot
tainment which it at the U a noteworthy feat. twdrooms In addition to a .- pleasant surrounding; and ingeneral society but It also means

Cttanirs & Laundry same; time high cinematic superior's room.Gu.at. But the Christian: whose the things of earth participating In circulating
VMt> )BtD art. Th. Cow Reach pastor *\ at the bleating wen" citizenship .U In heaven twosartly will be less attractive becauM the supernatural gifts whichare rt ..tr-4
|iUlned' that a convent I* not we, realize they are only faith hope, charity and
s a.lahU Fahrl: Car Father John U. O'Hare. Father .. must be different passing LEWIS c0FIETIRhIIHATIN6
r... .. &..M...... Guardians "a |place to retire from Ihword Sean Molloy, Father from the enemies of the Cross Joys. On the other hand. grace."

UU a.a.:. "..***. OrlnfU. bat II I U a retreat to. Jam** Low, Father Law. of ChrUL Life here earth our sorrows, our trials and Moreover he said this CO.
It It) ilk J.\EilU) \o |>reHir* !. Mret ta.. ,....w." difficulties will ba softened communion means being r..rr.r.as lu.Is .
rrnc P. Redmond Father for the Christian hs .
might .
wga,.. Ji.
.r.w see
The Capuchin Fathers of lUG "A convent." he continued Fell* runon. Father Thomas compared to that of a for- because w* will realUtj that members of an external communion ....... s.wt5s etss

"sty It With slow s"COLLEGE tie Janeiro have officially 'hi a monument to Faith. Hlgglnt and Father Raymond signer waiting to go to his' the** two are not of a penmanent which Is visible andit
peen declared "Guardian of
< and
morality art education. ItManila Hilt ,. )land. Th# Christian: nature. All our Joys sustained by
PARK the City in recognition of the brothers who
and all of our sorrows In this are entrusted
cannot afford to make earthly
121: year they have been In a parish compoundinspiring Muther M. .%a. Catherine new perspective, become only with the task of being the BILL BARDOE
the 1w1p1.) going by. things goal: In fact to
guarding the remains of !s. nr. pr.rtret.l of th* M.ltm shepherds and fathers thatIs.
tOAWKMS MV wise .lo ao should be. a* stepping stones to what Is
In repubiv to
in ....*.**-.*... ..."a tact de 84. who founded Ito Sinter they. pet reprvtntrl of Lime. 1'roslace| West our fUul goal eternal Mira tM hierarchy.. It also FORD FACTORY DEAUR
....... 10... Ca ..**.4 nearly. four centuries ago. pertyr chastity.! .. -raim necn. also w.. a >prial .> him.For tion. means being numbers of an SAVE ON YOUR
knowl.dg I and morality"The Christian tiery
guest at the crm..}. action word This. .Is the contrast between Internal community moved by NEW CAR DEAL
rw structure 1s oo every even *v
Why set live ta .d..t...., w )I..... ....*k .AtrtaTWe copied br th* eight Adrian Charles' Price, a member of "y thought or iwattaefit the life of the enemies of to* th* Holy Gnort. rV. 4S4-1)J

have a dare .....ap! ,4 ism yet ...Uy Dominican Sbtera who" staff Our Lady of Lourdes parish should be directed that they Cross of Christ and the life From this simple but fundamental W. Hwy. SO

the parish choi4 was contractor for the too hare heaven as their nit- ..t the ChrUtlan whose fltitentihlp discovery rf the ,...... s....

DEMETREE BUILDERS following the ctrrrntouir. vent designed by Gerald A. soate goal. This as what isRteaof Is la beareo. com eonmunloa two other with the illcroverlec Church ........w I

an open. hose was held. fur harry of Parry and Kay by tunrtaf dt dahlp \,\ l\ \1 \\ 1. that of th* communion with: St. Cke..

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Mae The Florida Catholic. Friday, Nor. 6, 19&

At St. Patrick =' -

school blessing r Ia.

cc..a.... ,.... pt. I)
towards personal service to r
Almighty God in the sisterhood .

and In the Priesthoodfor ., r
this Diocese" r

He said :: r t t .

Ed8t'atlo. wlthoal refer _
rare to God and His law Liaterile.
It has lost ill direction t'X wM

aid meaning. ,
Both as Individuals and 4*

members of a community we
are each responsible for what
Is around us. The good Catholic .

brings the vitality and r' 1 1y
tibrance which our aocietyco t I '/ ill
sorely needs. We are the t. A S O
leaven In this \
neopaganorld. 7
,.. .
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Despite the rain, St. Pat. j i
rick church was filled for Children of St. Patrick School attend dedication 1 1Slx

Sunday's dedication. Father
Lenlhan spoke at the Maw ', ,:. years, almost to the day !in the parish's provisional church Harold F. Jordan read the pray.
L1 __ !tirl ."l.'lt. :.
which preceded the blessing _I -1<"- i -" "'... since! the first Masses were offered while the officiating Priests went rn used at the blessing! to the pea
of the school by Monsignor in St. Patrick's, Jacksonville, the -under umbrellas-across the pie of Father John J. Lenlhan's<<

Jordan.Visiting Priests Included St. Patrick School blessed JacksonvilleThe parishioners gathered in their courtyard to dedicate the school. pariah, when he addressed them lathe

church on November 1 to arUcI- Due to the inclement weather, the church.Dedication .
Father Joseph Barry, Father new school in St. Patrick pariah, Harold F Jordan, center while Father
M J. Kelly, Father Leonard pate in the blessingof St. Patrick plans for procession and guard of
Jacksonville was blessed, November Joseph Barry looked on. Sisters of
Duncan. Father John Burns School.) The children occupied pews honor were changed' Monaignor
1, for Father John J. Lenihan New
and Father Daniel Cullen left Mercy of Inn County Tipperary -

S.MA, assistant of the parish. and his parishioners, by Monaignor and lay teachers staff the new school.! II. 7,- tJ
- p.wM 1j

Melbourne convent blessedfor r
+6i x.a1 :.

Sisters of St. Francis IM !

MrLBOURNK: -Father Charles W. Spellman officIated -

at the November 1 blessing of the new two-story a _

convent which houses the Sisters of St. Francis, faculty a1 1s. 1

members of Central Catholic High School here .

Father Spellman congratulated Father Peter C. Dolan, .. ,,
president of the high school!, on the fine accomplishment I
of building the beautiful rrrnrsnrnnernes rnrrrr } N v'serer '
structure. of the hoiwe The vestry the r', : :
reception hall, the parlor the rrrrrr
Father Dolan witnessed serer rrrrrir
community the v 1
room refee ra
other milestone later in the tory, the kitchen, the laundry r t day when a second rot rr
cement the :
pantry utility
was dedicated at his parish of
storage and }
spare Our Lady of Lourde the first floor.
-- ----- --- -- --
Speaking of the doubly significant
dry Father Spt>U. ceremony Priests who were attended Father John the Convent for Franciscan Sisters
man commended him on the
H. O'Hare. Father Sean Mol-
accomplishment of buildingtwo Melbourne Central Catholic High who staff the school The new convent r 4'
loy, Father James Low, Father
convents In two separate Lawrence P. Redmond, School property wu enhanced' recent above wu bleated on the afternoon of

places in Melbourne Father Felix Banos, father I ly with the addition of the convent for the feast of All Saints,

The sew coavent U a two. Thomas Hlgglns and Father the Sisters of St. Francis of Alleg&ny ,
--- -- --- ---- -- --
healed Raymond HilL -" ---
story building an _i( I
Florida Avenue, adjolnlag the In his address at the bleis-

groaadt of the t'ratral t'alb- Ins, Father Spellman said Monsignor Mullally blesses school .
else High rkbooL "There are approximately ,
17,500 part hes In the United

eight The bedrooms upper floor and consists the superior's of stands States the Dy the convent pariah and school the convent for Ormond Beach parish hold Melbourne

suite The chapel
convent stands for Faith
with a high celling. .Is on the tr........ trw II will rnlhutUatla parish 1s mad. fI' Slaters' at school
misty and education. W give your > ung up The 'Franciscan: convent president} Father !.awrtne'
first floor apart from the rest "..... .1 hi. I am ate, bat Ma than support to your pasta, who three buildings with rovrr MMera, ka roatlaae4."ara has done !ao much for tM connecting, them.Two .
arter thai roaai School was blmavd on Sunday strnoon who rwpreoent' the XrrhbUhnp and
to prepare Ikewaeltea !Ilhea. I. spread of the Faith In this wing offrr four dad.
at 3 o'clock. were ddkatt the convent Father John B.
Clergy present ,
ORLANDOWINTER great vlrtara aa4 cc. ,
A man's moral Il/e, region rooms each and a lead them !. the .t........ moral character, .Is determined Father Sager celebrated the U In the other bwtltlln from ltt4 Father Peter C J)1I1a, OI'fa re and Father Felix llanos.

PARK The ta4eala la .sea ore..at not by the education of Mass at noon and Monsignor From klmleffartMi through ,. --.--- -..
the vlriaea t. Ik. rvMajaaltrboth the intellect but by the trainIng Mullally bled' th* buildings the alt C''helle sad .... of the heart and of the afterward In the pro. grim and throe lay taofftero, -
I'albollr." w ilL raaaloa were officer of tN th. 350 pupils tMMfK feat Florida
ReportsSt. ORLANDO
WALTER MENGES holy Name 1M Worneft chapl rtrrwli l.l.vkl4.t. .budttg
Following dedication reremontet. Train a num's l taMeMect a. .. ..
Clothier To flea s Chitt altar buys and the nwMaualty .. .
.. '. th* gut vMted/ the you .....; paw IMo it the .........
Ta* Wisest la ) Wear fourth degree Knight of OB- from 'Mitral WINTER PARK
interior of the convent anowlol** of the ....*. and PetenburgCl Englewood
lot OR.4.VCR AVK. lumfeusHole .
orttractor was Charles tM arts; teach It nature. M Three |ear. sic U. .t Martk.), .\ "L Raphael. -
Across Freer 8U James Price Joel W. Bayers, of crrt sad Mturs wyotrrl**. ** I\fo........ .f IkaMoM lathee. ...(... Wa the "l.IterMaaj Nev.ia 11,
yd. ntM.
Grrrnlnc and layers Arehiterts you will not Owrefcjr Make Hle..e4 a.,....t 11I ,...,.... Tha *.*rlah The CatlMlar ttauahiaea of ,
In I>-tona IV...... WM him homot. ..ke him pwre ..e4. gltea Of r*....... I"I.. .... vferale4 _"It hl'. I. AaMrtra. Onart Pearls feels three. wM I I.* s east| pdrlyM1.4 Children'sClothes
WE ARE NOT THE the architevL make Kim Ocri lf*.rlg. >ageat who. Father. artfla ha 114 lag tk. "' ..,....*alfharth M will ..i.+__ a the, of ea. h, the A Mar 1.. ..

LARGEST. BUT WE TRY In 8t Brendan Srfeml will ilIA' (''--.It.. ...__. sal trrtmf, ...,..< a&4 ollii'thin Mary' MI fNMtK"..*..IM.,..*'""II*.Mt .. t+l'5., o< Ml. Raphael l parish Line

To Rome bet Witr"t the prarttc: of hwmMHjr Pathev. IMege ( ...es. .... .."-L l.Central. III tie ,....... rH. a< MO ,In.
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with Security has been wrrve-l temporary L* UMffM the rtrtw .* ..... '......., n..m, Father" Itrrndan1C. Uw ,"p.f she ......,..... Oar lady ., IMeriIo. .. Mwir ....... r<.H t..l inn LAYAWAYFOR
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Tea OT Florida Catholic, Friday, Nov. 8, 1MI 1

: New school

Triduum spurs study -7- dedicated,


of liturgy by Priests U a (c..I.m1 1_ .... It

-A Slater M. Columbanus and

(C..H....4 tnm ftc t) nl n4f. Father Thomas J.Burn by Monsignor John J. Mtil- Sister M. Brlgid.

they ". ned In silence listen O'CarrolL .
Ing 11 ic one of their number Dally, the Priests assembled art John J. Sullitan. Miss

read excerpts from the Con Scripture Sen'Ice homily, In the chapel for meditation lv Mary E. Klnnealy and Mrs.

aUr-tlon: on the Liturgy, the Father Sean P. Molloy. followed by Lauds recited Leo P. Hjmel Jr.

F, end Vatican Council doc Benediction of the Most In English. The dialogue One of the original Mercy
ument. Blessed Sacrament was given Manses were celebrated in
I Sisters who came to San Jose
Commission by Monsignor Charles L. English according to the new
members cli. Sister M. Patrick .is presently
reeled the dally programs, Etalander. ritual At 5 p.m. each day, ve.t-/ attending 1.10unSl.. Agnes
beginning with Father David On Thursday the Priests pern were recited in common, College In Baltimore for
O Shea as the hebdomadarius participating were led by Father in English. Afterwards, the further studies.
Dittman. They included: Priests remained In the chapel
on Tuesday October 27. .
f fa
Priests taking part In that Father Philip E. Halstead, for music rehearsal singing San Jose parish erected" lU
clay's servlcea were: celebrant who gave the homily together the hymns which third building In 1962. The

Father Eugene C. Kohl, at the dialogue Mass; Father were scheduled for the fol. .a.rr.._ ---. .. -- rectory was dedicated on the

celebrant of the dialogue Dlttnun, commentator lowing day. At San Jose's home for Sisters, JacksonvilleOn opening Vatican Council day of the Second
and Father
Mass, who also save the homily Kennedy, cantor In addition to the Priests

; Father OShea as com Readers at meals Father of the Diocesan Liturgical the feast of AU Saints, :Mon. five years. Assisting Monsignor with the emblem of St. Patrick- With last Bandar's rermonr .

mentator and Father Kennedy James A.Larkin Kirby, Father and Father Edward Commission who took part in signor Patrick E. Nolan V.F, right, Nolan at the midday ceremony at crozier and shamrock; at the right, another milestone In

as cantor. Frank P. Goodman.! the trlduum program, the retreat dedicated the San JOM. convent in San Jose convent entrance, above, the cruifix. Mercy nuns from Na the history of this parish waa

Richard Readers J,at Bowles meals,, Father Father Demonstration of Mast" Father comprised choir Monslgnor(schola cantorum Harold) Jacksonville. In his remarks, he la Father Danaher, and'behind him van, Ireland, who staff San Jose marked.

I Thomas F. Kelly and Father John X. Llnneban and F. Jordan Father Gannon, paid great compliment to Father is Father John Abucewicr, a chap School, welcomed visiting Sisters Other congregations: of Ste.

James F. Edwards Father Michael Larkin. Father Miguel Garcia Father Mortimer Danaher and Jua parish- lain at the Jacksonville Naval Air at their convent blessing last Sun ten attended the blessing to

Demonstration of Mass Father Scripture 'Service readings Diego Clhetla.ltht'r William loners for building their splendid Station. At the left of the front day. extend their good wishes to

or 1 Michael V. Gannon and Father Edward: J. Mulligan, Corry Father Vincent parish plant of four buildings in entrance la a stained glass window the Sisters of Mercy in San
I Father Joseph Dawson Father Lawrence S. Cunning E. Smith, Father John P. --- Jose. These were the Sistersof
r. Scripture Service readings, ham and Father Roman S. Lawler. Father William Joseph St. Joseph Bishop Kenny

Father Daniel Cody, Father Cromala. Father Alberto Doce, Temple Terrace School For Pope John Mass to end High School. Jacksonville;
John M. McCall and Father Scripture Service homily Father James G. Crotty, Father Sisters of Mercy: Sacred
:' :Mortlmer Danaher. Monslgnor Patrick J. Trainor Michael Madden, Father Heart parish, Jacksonville;
A Polish Bishop suggested at session
I Service Benediction of the Mont Jose tortes and the director blessed on November 1 the ecumenical council:: recently Sisters of St. Joseph, St Paul
Scripture homily
.. ..... h Riverside Sisters of
Hie-'*"* ** -" w rh.11I'r Father Kennedy part+ ;
llnnilgnor John P. Burn. TEMPLK: TtnRACE''Father: Brendan Lawlor and that rapid steps shouldbe November 21
.. -. Y' taken toward the canonisation St. Benedict" St Paul parish
Benediction of the Most l his parishioners at Corpus ChristI parish here marked of Pope John XXIII. Jacksonville Beach" ; and the

Blessed Sacrament was given Sunday aa the day of dedication for the new school, built Auxiliary Bishop Bohdan VATICAN C.'ITc((1'C) Sisters of Mercy Epiphany

by Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan. by Father John P. Lawler, former pariah Priest. Monsignor Bejze of Lads ramie: the suggestion The ecumenical council's parish Lake City

John F. Scully, representing the Diocese, blessed after emphasizing the third session will end November The school (choir Monsignor
(On Tuesday morning the ,3'L&1 the Corpus Christi School after the noon Maaa offeredby role saints play in shaping 21 with concelebratlon of Nolan and the altar boys pro
annual Requiem Mass for die Father Lawlor. culture. The Bishop was ceeded" to the convent. for the
Priests celebrated was celebrant and former the Mass" by Pope Paul VI
ocesan was ;
d Monslgnor[ Scully congratulated speaking during the council hleiwlrig. The choir sang while
at II::.TO o'clock by Monslgnor Temple Terrace's Catholic pastors were deacon and sub- debate dealing with the and 2t council Fathers holding umbrellas, due to the

William J. Mullally P.A.). families for tht great deacon Father John Lawler Church: In the modern world. The Saturday morning heavy rain.Assisting.
Wednesday's Commission and Father Arthur Dunnlgan,
work had accomplished, ceremony In St. Peter's on
Priest In charge of the program they respectively' Father Bernard Exchange terms Monsignor Nolan
under the leadership of the the feast of the Presentationof during the day's event were
was Father John Bluett. McFadden and Father Louis
The participants In services parish Priests. He emphasized Anuido were present. W A H If I X (> TUX (>C)- Mary In the T.mple111 Father Danaher, Father John
on October 28 were: the necessity of all pa. American Catholic families be followed by formal closing AbuceMci chaplain of Jacksonville *
Father Terrell .'. Solana, rishioners' support in the Interests Open house was held In the again are being sought to act ceremonies the name afternoon Naval Air Station;
celebrant of dialogue Mass, of Catholic education. IHK-UI. ) hull after the dedication as hosts for some 2uo torr IanIlud.nta In the basilica of St. Father Michael llanrahan andf'ath.r
at which lime former Mary Major in downtown
4 who will come to Joseph P. Dujgan
the Father
gave homily; Thl1..lIlnl l Print tol.lthem
pastors were\ honored.It the United States In August. Rome. parish Priest" .
Bluett commentator and Father
._ti _J that their Mrrlfire
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of in
1965 for
Kennedy, cantor would bring many blnwliig was Father Dunnigan one year study Taking part In the" morning Father Danaher thankedthe
Readers! at meal, Father Corpus Christi! blessed to all of Corpus C'hrUll's urged volunteers to build the Catholic high schools. Man. will" be prelate" In people for giving this
David P. Father It will be the 15th year that .. world's beautiful home to the
Page, Hugh famllle school In the campaign con who dioceses the Sisters
V. Keane and :Father Henry Monsignor John F. Scully, 'left, bleared then ducted In the spring of 1'Wl.! boys and girls, aged 16 and major Marlin Mnrtnarle and expressed! great appreciation
J. Mlron. Corpus Christi School Sunday, November 1, He held up to the new pastors Father Lawler supervised the 17, art to be brought to this are located to the help given by Father
Demonstration of ritual for Father Brendan Lawlor, right, and his pariah. the example of the former construction of the school country under the International lltnrahan In the pact
Father Matthew Connolly, loners In Temple Terrace. The dedicatory pra'fnwere piutors In carrying forth which opened for classes toJmld.1 High School Student In announcing the third few )'.ar.. He welcomed Father
the work of the Church In Program of the National Catholic session's closing date, Archbishop
who arrived in
read In a classroom of the newly opened one through four InSeptember Duggan:
Arrlptar ftertlra reading, the area. Welfare Conference.: The Perlcle Fellcl. council
196. September.
Father lwr.nr* I*. IU4- school. The bleiwlng took place Ina program Is carried out in cooperation secretary general, expressed
classroom prepared 1 for the with the State Department. hope that several documents
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,: reading of the dedicatory rOpe names new already discussed In the council Meet with Pope
prayers while the people Further Information thmtt and now being< reworkedIn
lined the walks ouuide. Bishop in Ireland the program .L. available for commission would be "'.\TH'.%\ CITY (s(, _
Altar lays joined the clergy Interested families from the ready for formal I proclamation Pop Paul VI U scheduled" to

M and the hymns were sung by "'.'TIt'.' rirv onPI International High School by the Pope at the doting receive officially on November
Jib children of the school and Student Program National ceremonies" 7 President Kenneth
x Paul VI has named Mon.signor
r members of the men's choir. 'I'| Catholic Welfare Conference, He saiit the fourth session Kaurvto of the new African
1 Solemn High Mass, was Donal llerlihy. rectorof 1.112 Massachusetts Avenue, will" begin 'whenever the republic of Zambia, formerly
celebrated at noon. The men's the Irish College in Rome N.W. Washington D,C. 30UO& Pope decides" Northern Rhodeila.

choir sang.Father. for the past 13 years, as Btahop -
Brendan Lawlor of .' Ireland.
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