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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 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
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Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
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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>.
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A"CGrSTlSF.-Iu accordance with the withe of tlonn. ftenture! and bodily at.tltude. .

Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, the month of Novemberhas .. And at the proper
been devoted to the Instruction of the faithful on the time all should observe a i.

forthcoming changes In the liturgy. English in the Mass referent silence"
Father 0 h4'a': continued
will be effected on November 29 in the Diocese of St The attitudes
bwlily of
Augustine. which the Cvnatltution awake
Father David 0 Shta of Cathedral parish here, a are three standing, kneel

member of the_Diocesan Liturgical Commission, is one ing and IIItUn,. Each hat its a t

of that body's:; Priests who. own particular function and r'I.,
,
have address,! themselvesto private "Iu.tln.bat areerIrhratloHK part In the liturgy and mute \
of the hurrh,
IWW'Ith the
to renewal of
study of the structureof which' I* the Sacrament of the liturgy,
the MSM. This week, he usity'. munrljT, the holy people "
gives a report on when to UHlIrd and ordered mmdrr Tbe e.I ly ... wklrh. really ) '
kneel, stand or sit at Mast, their BlKhviM.. rail foe say rH .f eipUaa*
HOB U t..41.! ,.
after the first Sunday in He went on to note that In ;
Advent the same section the Constitution Th. rubric of star Ing l lan It
says: old one but hat fallen Into
Quoting from the "Conntl-
tutlon on the Liturgy" of the1econd To promote active particl- mlu.* in many countries
General Council of patina the people should be The most common u... of the :i; r!: ts
the Vatican the alatant encouraged take part by rubric U seen in solemn Man', :

pastor at the Cathedral said meant of acclamation, r*. where 'we stand more often. M I
tpumie, piutmody, antiphons The Church hat adopted the ,0 ;;
Ulurilral irMlcea are not and tong, II well. at by ae- standing posture at the one r
rnont suitable! and ordinary fur x 1 ?
a Chrlxtlan tl worship 'Tra

Collegiality vote littonally It hat been contld- I
crud the .
at ixwture mot ap > i
proprUte to the freedom of i ;
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said most crucial the It ann primarily of God.exprtnaet on.'. Offering of chalice in Mass facing f people Picture .tory J1a"-l;. |


reverence for the sacred' action day'' "Fall) on your Ineea" t. 11'. Hand f.:r the f.. 3{>*U .. \Vt kneel dun I ig the dla I. Wt stand: after the C"nv TVe -ntlly' postures when
and again exprewet ones "CI'me let us adore Him. .. W* alt for the h" ''i I ty 'rib'',' .,n of ll<'ly ( mmm I..n. earned nut ccordlng' to them
Ry Father Placid Jordan O.. R. readiness for and repon IseGod's Kitting It tn* ...tur. em. I. >\* stand fur the P>a.vtr \ If,,,,n ''jnieit' we I. We kneel' for the Islesmind: <>f the Church art toni -
VATICAN CITY (NC) -What most Fathers have Word. We stand when uses when lutenlng to an Invportant of the )'..lthtuJ.B. ). I' )''l f.f a hvmni ing. tlm: \"a ti' t more dlgnlfleit sort
always considered to be one of the most crucial vote of torn one enters or letvet our announcement TMatUtud W* Hand for the (" .... TV. sit i when llolv I".iiv' 10S'. stand for the I set r""''r.otUl pertkiMlkn In
the third council session resulted in an overwhelming home and w. extend the externally signifies II. The >:..h..I.11.> Ul.rf munion hat been discrib'imrl I ant white the the sublime lUrrtftca of ledutel
approval on November 17 of the principle of episcopal tarn reverence to the Priest the Interior atUtuU of reverent To partk-lpat actively .In bleat recesses, Mesa, )'a I her 0 Rhai salt\

collegiality, which) is a key concept of the schema on the during the KucharUtlc: : action. and resist| or prtp> the. KucharMkr Utwiy w.

nature of the Church. KneellBg U tI.. |Mwl.... M..tl raiUxi to do something. (>iwrt* the foll.wtng ruin, : Third session of ;
>pr.prUl. I. MW...... Th general rut. for tae at U Wt alt foe the IMferlnry Vatican
In vUw of the mUglvInnthat Itt content, the i>ert on Mass, ,U that w. hand *.vrjHj dP .. .after the K/m (a flnUH.J.'We .
prevailed before the, vote about"the ; John Courtney Murray 8J, this. at In thu** dealing we alt .* kneel 1" ttan.1 'u,. Ferret '
w dla j.lon. m the Tbeological > told this& eorrecpondent can with the Petard Satt.ltIf'nU The Maw In lu 'two fol Prayer and remain .,."'.- Council to end this -week
Commlwkin, It ctuied be ronnMered "tatltfactory," Birth of Chrlat God Krltlwtyt .- bowing dltUlorwi make our Inc until th* "''rwtua.2. .*
great turprt that only 44negative II r.wi JIll I Inn sealer. XV* kneel. after theeFnrtw
vote were cast on NCCW commended for I, The IJlarfy' of ,.. Mi*< iHilll th* Amenat VATICAN: CiTY (ND -- "[>iaiui on *>m. very all 1 nations and ,their proh'
thin arhema't chapter three, 1, M'e Metal M the" now< the end t of ..K,.N. (lmirttnt| schemas and arguments wilt have (In bill rnnrUff..1 tees't.r.Nnel
while 20119 vote were favor t".M erdie and .......... qmM.'le.liilhus".. thlt) "week (]hi! willing and torn dortrines con Hitler' etpre.st"
able, ..... .. > 4 W ferns that a-'uU, .'tH-n that, the tavt prv .
focusing theme on council at. w UI the 8.Ir HAM rernlng Christian life will have to bo promulgated." Pop
On November" 1 1'1 I An-hhlh. 11.. AMen MH Hk. Aptw .114. fu r a poolrnnrillar c ,nvm
Paul VI told t last Sun-Uy's' crowd. In fit Prler's $s care,
*
rp Prrkle FcllH. council aeoretary 2.It'. att IWDrtBt. ....... ....1 :wn.t U. make nertiaary
gnertl!, had rend the WASHINGTON' (NC) Tope Paul VI has praised Tnst NIl Alls L t' k/te../ ..., fAc "Ac.mar. Ills statement ronflrmxl I repiirts that pone nf the ...n.,* aid rt...,,,,, In a
text of an "explanatory note" the National Council of Catholic Women for selecting as NIs.problems.. .. M. ecumenical founeil's wvmen(4( would 1 b* promulgiledbrfortt l prnfwbnd l fnaiwef I* pro
In a booklet dfetrihuted In the theme of its 32nd national convention "Vatican Council the std i of the third actwlon" on November 21. duee a dnrw/nent en 'IiUIIO"hilt '

the rounrll nail containing II and You." kl.anshile.. M M.rvmhe>rI ( only worthy. ,>f the rouivnl ,

memlments thud chapter.adopted That In same th* Pope Paul, in a meaajce from Rome U the tony,,". Pope warns against false ?. whew the ruwiirlll UOb \ ....I.rM!...........aM.1.."." CardlntlIKt ..,bM hell. M tr f men real .and f went rename will

note and two pertinent arvnounreirenta lion (November 11-14)), said the ecumenical council U m.dtnc aun-I a ..*b>r.- ",..... and. ..y. rMntswl" '" ... y.here"

of ArrhhUhop "among the primary works of our pontificate, and we about birth control 1s.nl w lrMlea e............ a due mHoMtI' ofM4 pwls..s t>mBe.t4Mig HO Ih* fact

>lid were rffctrttxMed I to the encourage and bless every effort to make it better rumors three III. IIMwet. row. U a"*ttM.. lit peceMi 1ft I lh N. lh. till. r>f th. rferUraHMI -
council Fathers the morning' known and to pray for Its ...... .... ........ fern. lb.tnled aw i.*t fo' tile tflwiuU& theyatae4 .Had. been rlungetl' frnmntM
VATICAN riTV (M ) !'oJ"| Paul1 meivr.1 the ....... .'. for their rMMren*
df November 17 In print sucteL" been the hart of the *wM CanfVMl MI l'ttwM arNmlt Ma
They were Interpreted by horn. I'nder the Inp4rattonof h>rtrthiet of the United, filate and Canada at a Joint m.4im, ... AreMiMMp *< Th 1Mreri MMeirtatai IK. &Uft.r e.Hicet .f ('ArktienMIIMMtlrln
tome of the experts at lending The Pop" also commended the iMvrgy. and In th* MgM audience on November 16 and stagl"*! out American Clh' leer y..k; Mweph C.adItNter .rkmtaM. tb* ('aeSNnl., ('........, 11111.,
to water down the veryconrept the NCCW for its pro- of the eounrfl le.rhingp... oU,('. la j.rtktilar for their flrmtteM of faith and .....oUuft AN+.......V lit MtLarlllsc ..u i* tffem led r1.M d .......... IAia. .MrteMirt I" 11\1.\ .
of eollegttlHy.. u per (mID o? charitable activi- must becofn the unobalaiwb to Catholic afboolt, and cautioned against silt rumors .; old AKMMMv. Jrln ,Itl..... Mud. tb* r |w.>*.*., H "a *M..'|| wbler. ter....'*

tented in the acKrma.Hnwrter tin and for "the. unity and Inc educated heart of hoMBanaorVrty regarding family liraltat>* r Ct-ly U Nw OiU***. lust n a.s.rly M n.1 o oy He .... ,... Ib >ttto
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at well, h* Mid.tl has the.. parhlle. tI...... feer.fgtaw
H b.. ..*.-. bees fraternal lore" whkh It the |vim Mal H a J.4nt ( ps.1 'fer'., Ib* It.!'. nest.! ..slwek'N aha' *rUl, .. .........
|.....t4 ..! that ,"I. np".' promotes among Us mem* t. Ib* .,""''fIr WMI *fl Th audienr was OA* / tt to each a* lie. ro--I ...,..... Ibtee *l Ib* wbeHMIb ..... .. Ib. .*..11.1 Ib.
I..., .... .sly" ..reu.rd -- tiers and member-orjanl- *.r .*.*...(.. t. b.4 Ib* ...,.," *>* h'is si- ""**" t* thr,"'cti tile mr.ti tn ua. e. aiM *f ... Ibwvb.Ib .ring. ibl III .surly ps.lwc1 key U such. *e|*...........
a|.i. she primary' of tb. laUons.ArthHahop. ......... .wM.a> to ..lee n.ttnr..t >rj t;*.. in It x file pun in th* t'Rre< I'*" ...,.ee e**....... Ibe 1M ........ ....t ..... .. Ibe f*..'r....*ll| .1 t .. .
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Two The Florida Catholic, Friday Nov. 20, 19C1


I Catholic Florida ReportsSt. ri r Pope lauds group





Petersburg Jacksonville BeachSt. SarasotaSt..llartha r Charity to poor stressedin

St. RaphaelSt. Paul

Raphael parish will "Around the World on the Catholic education week Vincent de Paul work
St.
S.S. St. Paul" In the name of was observed Monday ..
open iu forty hour. devotions the annual variety show presented through Friday at St. Martha } :

after the 11:JO am. by the P.T.A, of St. School November 9-11 ;.:1: VATICAN CITY (NC) A group representing

Mass on December 6. On Sunday Paul School. The show will Theme of the week, which : Various conferences of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul

will be a rosary, sermon be held at the school cafe torlutn was In conjunction with has been urged by Pope Paul VI to make the Gospel message -

and Benediction of the Most on November! 21 at 8 American education week, on charity ever _more .....,...__...
m- -
p.m. and November 22 at 3p.m. Sown in the field of .
Blessed Sacrament Clotting' was "Catholic Education Prepares ft'f1 active in the world. 'To vanquish evil It U necessary
of the forty hours will be on the Individual for a "
"Christian charity urges us to fortify good, ht
December 8 after the t 6.10: Tallahassee "
Changing Society accordingto
.
to open our eyes to the social said, "and Instead of Indulging
pm. Mass[ Father Leo )'. Blessed Sacrament Sister Rosarla, school prin l
dispel
scene of our times and to in criticism and sad fore-
Flood C.SC. will conduct the Mn. Tom Eubanks demonstrated cipal.:
blindness or selfishness! bodings, to render strong and
devotions. how to make Advent The week opened with aMass which Is concerned only with trusting testimony to good

CDA wreaths and Christmas at the school cafeto- personal Interest," he laid On the morning of November

Shrines at a meeting of the rlum at 8:30: a m. Monday by the .
The dessert card party to recently "Therefore activity 9, Pope Paul held an audience
bo told by Court St. Ann of Blessed Sacrament Women's Monsignor Charles L. Els- of the conference of for members of the

the Catholic Daughters of Guild. Mrs Frank Gonl of St. lander who delivered a talk 4 St. Vincent de Paul established general council of the St. Vincent

America will be postponed Anne'a Circle gave a talk entitled on Catholic education. Tuesday by Frederick Ozanam de Paul Society, and in

until November) 28 at 1 pm. "Whatever "made you was set aside for open U of incomparable value both French he expressed satisfaction

The party will be held at St. become Catholic. She compared house In all classroom tJ. in itself and because: It rt'porflentl with the high alms

Jofeph parish hall, 2025 Lake- the road to Catholicismto Highlighting Wednesday'sevents way S an Impulse for the achieved by the organisationn.Referring
------
view Avenue, St. Petersburg.' the road to Damascus by was a demonstrationon Cathedral card modern forms of assistance." to the annual report

Saul. modern mathematics In parish partyCircle of the group'a activities!,
Tile Pop pointed oat that
The library will Sun
open the afternoon. This was narrated he said the very eloquence of
Jacksonville ; day, November 22, from 830 by Sister Jerome and representatives of the Ladies' party scheduled for November 30. the Confraternity of Ht. Via-, the figures "demonstratesthe

St. Vincent until after the 12 o'clock) demonstrated by Miss Lorraine Guild and Altar Society of the Cathe- With Mrs. Poll are, from the left Mrs. rent d. Pail U the friend of magnificent scope of the
such l Is the
St. Vincent Hospital Auxiliary Mass.There. Georgeskl 3rd grade dral Guild of St. Augustine met recently Louis Solana Mrs. James Pomar and friend the poor of the and Pope as who It the organization accompanied by

held its November will be a day of recollection teacher, Science and mathematics at the home of Mrs. D. J. Poll Mn. Felix Carcaba. The benefit will friend of the a judicious adaption to the
for all the poor.
meeting In Schultz Audito the womenof were also on display. landing, to discuss plans for the card begin at 8 p.m. in Hotel Ponce de Leon. modern world and an unexpected
rium. Miss. Audrey Brodlgan, parish. Saturday December The school band and choral Pope Paul spoke after Sun and happy Influx of

senior atudent nurse, presented 8, the day will begin group present a program.A day Mass at St. Peter's ba young members.
with lecture
a skit entitled, "A Day In a starting at 10 panel discussion, "R. St. Augustine silica. During Mass he gave "Tb most promising' factor

the Life of a Student Nurse" am. and clove with lIenf' of
tlon of the Most Blessed Sacrament Youth be Cathedral
urged to
aware
Participating were: Pamela ," was presented by memo the parable of the weeds lion, on the part of an evermore
at 3 Mass will
Dagwetl, Sharon Howies, Aud p.m. tiers of the 8th grade: John Monsignor John P. Burns, consistent camber of
be at noon and there will bean Brooksville
rey Hrodlgan, Sandra Waters O'Callahan moderator; Elizabeth modern evils Cathedral pastor, announced Christian ,In every countryof
opportunity to to Con duty to fight
Susan Foster, Diane go Zable, Adrienne Ryan that the winter schedule of St. Anthony the 'Vlarfntlan TOC'ltion.,
fesslon. Luncheon will 1
Hewitt, Glenda Tlndell. The Dennis Hartnett and Nicholas Maine for Sundays will be Sunday Mass will be offered .. you call It.

freshman chorus under the served at 1 a.m. by )Ir. Hade DeVlrgllls, participating. NEW: ORLEANS: (NC) Catholicism can be made 6, IX; 9, 10:30 and 11.30 a m. at 12 noon at Week! "It Is a demanding vocation

direction of Mrs Amy Hartman of will the be Holiday$1.30. Inn.Please Th.make cost Friday's program Included relevant to modem youth by forming a social consciousneas The 0 o'clock Mass will be a Wachee Spring. which will not content with bringing .

also entertained with a luncheon reservations with a summation of the week by which will alert them to social evils and their High )[<11I.. nerve as a station of St. Anthony a word of comfort to

musical program. Christmas Joseph Feldman eighth I duty to fight such Mission. The chapel Is material misery but Intent
Mrs J, K. Cook 8770270; 01'Nri. wrongs, '"''''''''''''''"'" \\" ,,"U
Items from youth "they must be formed located the East side of hearts
the hospitalityshop on upon opening to the
Jack Jtond, 2221017.: grade; a one-act play, "Vaca a Priest hu counseled.This .
were on display at this lion on the Moon directed In a social consciousness Route 19 about one and one- total dimension of true Christian
,
the of
meeting. D.Bary by Sister Brendan Father Louis was J, Twomey message SJ. which will alert them not Buy Rebel Bishop today half miles south of Route 50. charity," the Holy Father
st. Ana only to the social evils whkh This Mass will be a service concluded.
College Student Plans for the events were director of the Institute of ElsewhereIn
Mrs Mae! Gullck, a memo plague society, but also to the Coupon for those who may plan to
Two students from Jack made by a committee composed human relations at Loyola
her of the Women'a Guild of obligation of making their %Lilt the spring. Mass will
sonvllle have been elected of Miss Ruth Rohland University here, In the keynote
to
St. Ann parish announcedthat full contribution to the remedy Paper be offered there beginning In
office In Phi Kappa Theta chairman: )I r I. Elizabeth: address on November IS: St. Petersburg
the women unanimously of these evils December,
Fraternity at Delmont Abbey Myers, Miss Lorraine George- at the 10th national confer '" "" ""''''''''''""""'"''
voted to send .
any accumulated ---- ---- ------------ -
College, Belmont North Caroling ski, Sister Brendan/ and Sister enct on Catholic youth work
books
Sacred
to
John Anthony Nackaxhl stamp llenedlcta. "This generation Is seeking
Heart School New
U vice.president and Smyrna desperately for guide lines ALPINE
Beach, for the purchase of
Michael John Lanahan Istrensurer new school bUt a Eau Gallia In the building of a societyIn The all new Nursin? Horn

of> the fraternity AscensionMembers which political, economic, for the finest in Nunin9
Plans arc underway for a
racial national and International Horn Care
of the Ascension
card party to Iw held on February
$t. PetersburgCALL It at the Deltona Community parish 'Women's Guild are relations will providean 8674S7J34S&
Center. Mrs Art'h' planning the fifth annual ha. environment equal to the 21 It. Avt. South

Gllchrlut I I..* the chairman for war which will be held on demand of the dignity, the } e

this event November 21 on the parish supreme value and the sacredness +

grounds. U. S. No. 1 North. son." Father of the Twomey human uld.pen 1L//: Edouard C. Craig

DANIEL T. WINTER A CO. The fun will begin at 10 "If rellflon falls to meet r Contractor and* DdtribuftrYltfl
a m. with rides' movies and
b HotpiUl .ScH ol loads this challenge of today's wF fee
games for the and the
young "
401 R.I4I. Theatre 1U1.St youth. ht warned "t h fI t Mtfal Ceramfc
young at heart. Twenty log young people will pledge ____ __ ___ ___ .
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','.nN, cabin booths will hoe "Colonisl and Motels Tfc
their I 'a'.bewhere.' .
Phone 1470)11) Avenue displaying" ) New Honor Society membersThe ,.,.,4ttt St. S. 341-41011

handmade/ gifts, homemailtrandy )..lk, k. ..'4. meat rlr.rIjr > .

ami baked girds, toys nnder.U. and. ankles fur home and K Holy Name Church of St. Paul School in St.
kitchen High Petersburg Smith and Mary Adamaki. Previous
family[ ma* or wurnsii I In Cal

JACKSON'SSHOES A savory ham dinner will .II that U meat by Ilf't.r! a held its annual Induction cere members, standing, from the left are c;;:; . .

tie served from 4 to 7 p.m. at goal (ibollr. mony laat week New members, seat Kathleen Keiuler Linda Geier, Julie I!

a riMt of $1.2.1 for adults,, "If the Catholic faith touLI ed from the left are Candice Dcnk, Roberts Barbara Esker Mary Rusin,

.evenly five DON BARDELLAMtMftf and a mailmum of five
level of ImlUMiMl' and, famIly
t' dollars for families. -- --
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Three The Florida Catholic, Friday Nov 20, 1964
"- -- ,r mow..rr- -- ----.- --

I At our house !.,;.' Says care for

5.
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tIt: \ is mainChurch
.
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w. ';t ,. poor
Give thanks '
bv clothmaBjr /
aivina 1. :
v .., ---------1 "D .. t : task
j ?
.
Mary Tlalejr Daly room a big carton of dresses summer 1
ALL this week the week coats, suits shoes-out* any reason to keep them still .t I r. .. V.tTIC.lc1Tk' (XO -

T nluch1nI', w. moded but still usable another year* That white One of the Church's "main

are asked to bring ueabl with a sign on tap: For the shoes the clerk bad said ,t apostolic[\ preoccupations" it

DMhop"' IMt'e.e would stretch enough to be to care for the poor accord

like clothing to be, bedding and the This frankly, got to the comfortable" but didn't F 1 : : J l lug to a Vatican letter.
cent to the needy .
rest of us.Starttng. Then there was the seersucker The I letter was written In
overseas-once
more to con in on the closet suit > the name of Tope Paul VI by
tribute to the somebody hadgiven "
Bishops' Re shared with the Head of the the Head Amlcto Cardinal Clcognani,
of the Hou
lief. e
Howe, I took single e Ji. papal secretary of state, to
every -the one he almost never \ t
\'on at poor bole, we at thing out Now, for some or wore, no matter how hot the ): .r J 1 I the first social week In Brav

oars, hare U/brd away In ganiaation day, because *lt makes me t t Oia.! Written In Portuguese,

.Ml<-., cloKeta' prrhap la old One carton for summer feel as if I'm talking aroundIn V .. 1" It was ad
trunk. items of pricelrn I 1963! ; another the Bishops' my pajamas," And the I ., bi-hip dose d. Almeida B**

Tdlae/. to the have-not of the box rest of the things to be unworn air-vtnt sandals 'u .....-.& .....10 twa of Brasilia.

orld. returned had been to cleaned.the closet afterIt thought considered so sporty; he CDA holds installation in Pinellas Park The ntlc In J1uall"upl..1 !!
'lust plain silly. ,
Before Markle city dealt with the
one of my Problem with summer

children sailed for Europe a 19G5: Three faded dresses late the boy they went, tot Count Blessed Elizabeth: AnnScton sentinel; Mrs. Vincent 0'IUnlon. James F. Gtoekler, spiritual ad prohlrm ef the poverty

few weeks ago ihe left in hera1 that hadn't been worn at all, rued by seedy folk In aware 1S99 Catholic Daughter of trustee: Mrs. Thomas Jordan, wirer; Mrs. Frank Schledfll state Irltkrn .p""rl.) from. theroe.trrsld.

: IS Y .... .1 ..Meer f.o.- ____a _._ ___ rllaul America recently held their Installation Treasurer whs flak t*
: second<< row from the regent; lira. William lDeegan.. \r*..IIU la search *f work.

I Tall and Inter dull presented of officers: first row left, Mrs Henry Schlffgens, trustee trustee; Mrs. William Holland{ ,

qj i our of a problem. from the left MUs Mary McMullen ;; Mrs John Negley, l lecturer<< ; monitor; M.... Walter Foulks. ti-us- This 1 H 1 a problem" "of theJrwle"t

From my squirrel like ten. trustee: Mrs. Herbert D\(:kaon, Mrs. Charles Koulks} historian; tee; Mrs. Eugene Burke, trustee; ter Mid Importance."It the let
concerns people
dency to board I discovereda prophetess; Mr*. Albert Dahinden, Mrs. George Uenzon trustee; Mrs. Miss Anna I, !Hart{ financial nee<< who for the meet part have
lot cf
ij1 I had been warm"put back clothing that aft. vices regent; Mrs Robert YaaolJ, Henry Cunningham district deputy re tarj% not received an education or

er year on an off-chance year It grand regent; Mrs. Allen Tulley, and installing officer; Father elementary. Instruction (I' In

might "com in handy." Examples fltapfnaable vocational train
Inn xh< rn only get work
: a red and black win.
ter coat back this Bible that la tally paid and who
put time reading neglect 'tragic/
last year since "I'm sure to Pope's flight to ar. Kohl let unemployment
with all of Its sad|
wear It, if only to save my conoqueiwe

good one." Priest tells women's convention congross sot moral .mery.nf physical and I

Heavens!Look at the length

of the th1n Just how man., V.tdll(1TOC: ( ( ) Neglect<< of the Bible by C.xls! supreme act cf telf- VATICAN IITV Of) "'ew .n* .. the "' .II.

moons sine it had been Catholics\ "a tragic commentary on the vitality of our manifestation .li inutle really Pope 'laul! trip to !erne will al"Nldllle| prMMVBt.i|<... .f
worn? Sine they were wearing b In an Air India four'engine the (tbun I is. twyun.ldouM a
I I.L Christianity, a liturgy ext ...tK eoata nearly 1 to the ankle Making 707: jet, Vat- care of the |MMir."r'w .
: 32nd national convention of the National Council of C'hrUt's retlempth Iran
i .-1' that's how long. And a gray sources terse reunited
.
"; Catholic Women. this It
reaaon rai1
,. suit here. -
,. expensive and good In l\t"Y.ttfY-lII. Iw.toIand
., ti. Its day but with skin to mlre*> The direct Home 'to Hornt fall to prafee, ene>ura.* amt l
Wrest'
; a- calf, a pinched In "waist and, book!" asked Father John H. Miller CSC., liturgy ", .11. else ao that the worahtprr ..yr flight will take **,.., thrnufh Its, social
l rhln the .
..
.nt. .
For harvest festivalCome believe it or not, padded hip! tor of the New Catholic Knc>.ck>j>olia' in preparation at may lake hlnwelf part of ant on.hatf hours It will funtrlbut( to material'. that end
Into the box to sorn woman the Catholic of this supreme act of glorification pal* th. Flumlrlnn atrptvtIn ,

one, come all to the Ascension pariah who perhaps could better America. : University ,-.----_._..._ N_ _"va._ ._.._...._.,_.____ nvu_no of O .t." Itom on Itet'.mher :3 and spiritual proireM. to the per
of
feeling th. human
than I wear padded him and se hotohaart4ly U arrive In 1)I'ln.-)
harvest festival in Eau 1.10' littrumental thlmhoy the amevening .
Gallie say sponsors and This a.pwt of 'Ib. Illurg, the letter noted
who'd lib long skirts and ?tow many of ua feel l even In UM Church The return
Is
workers for the November 21 affair. Seated the alight obligation of .'.111., Mlll, MM. U eaph.clued *. flight
coats effort to rw a.w .....11. then" scheduled' l to J'n. hails on
from the left, Mrs. Don Doremus and Mrs. W. J. adliif It periodically? flew | la Ib. Illargy rua.lll.tles'e .> JACKSONVILLEAH
Th* painting pants" of the we. like Uw Claurdt'h.- th* morning of IYlemler l 4.IVp .
Moroney aid other workers Catholics! aUII a...h''., .. Ib. arre.>
from many rlgsr5i- .
standing the Head of the House-th* 'IIM| must give our first anti
left, Mrs. W. L. Simpson and Mrs. Jack Baltar. oldies he cling to for "when In their hearts-1llbts rssd. heat atttnUoa to matin* the shy for pertk/'mhos. "| by the lan| will K. U that.

I get around to painting"were lug an forMdd'. This liturgy the MWiMy vital Ullblal.H. C.,.,", la* wh..|. slay .' ; Mn\I"I\. c..
l.. .. the l,"*.Mb r 3, f ..l .l (1 rlolUall
Wont of Dolt tint >
reduced In number to SoUrCe of our share la Chrtat quoted I th* '....lh1Wn. silwWrattnn 1f" e.-G,."it_Mtbl, ,.
'JACKSONVILLEThunderbird i exactly one pair. The* will brtaffi NI".lIoa.low, Iii. life and work" that M.udferUe ) west t.muH. ml. I.. ,. ,..,...-..-
It'" kU. !. 111".a.' .',...1..1.a'I' .
l1 H be ample if and when h* 'be Ignore Father Millar .air. nta>.| the ipation t>y th* ("ht1et... lieu- ary 111w .e s1..s

ear ?. does get around to that .'*...*.. M ilatr spoke *siNovetaber liturgy cosksUtMUnn's ...>t\.. pie to their rit>t ant dirty by A l r.The r.%_.. I" 11.i*

J -WuM-,.. painting. Sam fate we hoi* 13 at a ....*...l ..- aia on Scripture as ODe of Ha r*.aon of their l t.H t...|a..." ear the Pi>t>* will tu e 51s5 r MMM av *4auaatklP ei

r>*. '.... *rr .. eelaosln.aa .. a fortunate fate, for the bid ....WT el the NCCW ecaroa moat manln fwl ...... II* "., )u4 M Her' )lltorgkal In |tomhy if11'enke" en Sir
*-on-ra.v..ee-an ........ yellow O".I"C'OIt."to out lion. *tte.4e>l by BOOM SHOO
wear quoted the .
roneUtuUon's
F Uf. la th* InatrunveAt of ** r I by ship II l I. a
ISTAURAHT Jtph MrB. Mfr. in a bllzxard." Well when the dele. .Nit*. from all .>er the laratlon that Ita I pormiaaaon Ib! Church fur tiHitn th* wrote Unmln a lift to the E.DTKrou '

i 353-7419 1M43 blUsards come, h* country. His sibtr.. .*, Lint l In fur ua* of th* vrnrulr "ap- Olvin Uf* in .ales" .ctt.r lp. from N.Hr* |...me l'n I.

2)4 W. Foray St. east Jolly well wear his nice with the contention the**. IiltM in the first HIM to th. Miller ...w.MI.. U also her >*r.lly. It ha* tM. M"*hl! fittli d rb n

STEAKS warm overcoat Santa Claus "".Un" Council l -.*..l reading*"-the Xerlptur$ trials. of making .M Ih* the .K4 aw-Ji M the throne that'

SEAFOODS brought him last Christmas.lUaakrta You." halt with the nvMntmtf |ia*.ag.s reed In the iHurgy. cm .t. of fHrUt's tsst$. .. In taw air th* IVj* Dftn
the liturgy ref+nwi enacted Each In .
human l lng receive* uses Italy.
PRIME RIBS loo. toaM their l>y the ecutnenlca-l I ,rsmc4t.The "Th. .peh..t .f Ik. r.at>< .
th* life of ChrM's H way I.a.! Ib. boa of donation til'/ a... h....," l'l >.r Muller' | > Pllr S
isil IXWUSWAYJACKSONVRLE t. Ib. needs. la I hi- era *>felrrlrta I Holy' Craaa (IVWM reed ...... ..**... !. b. |ttl*| the M far a* he ,. u ,4i* F. blank***, It I. ... the canes n>""" tiMik">n on lad*nt*.*| try the I",\* a* STEAKS
FLORIDA the liiwiy "UjFtf the mu tiNulo whkh drink of IN full .. ...,... ... ,......
men f
: 'r' r ..*,ft' _ef>**ary l.> have sot .....*. Mlarali r.1i a gin, although' the r..'pt.n'| a* *
.aly an ettra but an .,..... fou.ct tk>n fed' geYlne ........* l< Ik. |>rlarr' war IMNM of lets divinity."II hat part yet Peen .n.IeNIH... .a, a ....

L H. THOMPSON CO. ettra for earn .bed. and terspkt..newel" with t krMUa. l...... ., lk.lr <..-!. woukle I ouirarviKM In
In the Church
lntifulion; titcfani l ( Tied U ao he
tperkele III. lore .... 1e.
Suppli and EquipmentOiurch TM box was full As we ...... tw cu.e It "rrorWwUiK fla/ !. lit* III. .li'..." ai>...*.,, ealets M a rated Donoy,"', Hyd. Park' Conv f.ic.nf' Horn
Ditcounh; tugged It our to the collection sir thinking by drawing our Smut. law they In
partldpal
710 Wet I.y Street depot at the pariah a UA* ..... tale again to themmw 1 urnliMt Ui the IMIut wf th* family meal of Out.t lee 2MI I H,4.J fart ..,J. J.1114a Ut.

Jackionvil; FloridaRELIGIOUS cam to mind from a nearly and centor of CVIatlan the hiurgy M It .Ik** t... pt*. All lit..,,...l rl<.. MiwtM Flare'/! l." ., led Mist M.4a..

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The Life of Our Lord God's world



I Comment Mary shielded by Joseph Jesus blesses all who are mercifulYOU


feel visit them upon others. It ls

. in Nazareth probably offended would If someone an infallible: sign of a small
Donate clothing to charityIN afterwedding mind and a weak character

were to describe you as when a person is discourteous

this age of moon-shots and missiles when the Catholic Bishops of the 44 A NO Joseph rising up a cruel person Yet, can you toward those over whom

of jet planes faster than United States asked all who could to XT. from sleep did as the truthfully ay that you never Father he has some advantage.

donate clothing for those in Europe angel of the Lord commanded have caused unnecessary L There are times of course,
sound when everything is geared to a him and took unto him hU Leo J.
when a in
whose countries were all but completely pain to another? You never person authority

bigger, faster tomorrow how wonderful devastated and for those who had wife. Frank J. have harshly criticized an Treesexcoriate must administer an admonition

to anticipate a day in the calendar to leave their In the tantalising ways of other humiliated another or or a rebuke. Yet, even
been forced
commemorating a very homely and by tyranny the evangelists Matthew, Shudactly made cutting remarks to another this can be done with gentle.

heartwarming event of three centuries homelands. Thla was the first Thanks gives us the eallCntltla. leaving ? If you can answer ness and tact. It Is so much

It is a day of remembering that giving clothing collection. untold so many thingswe "Never" (or even "Seldom") better to say, "You are doinga
ago. What began as, and was intended are longing to know-but to all such questions then their children out fine Job George, but thereis
without the aid of God and the fruits
as, a provisional aid program for war- are forced to admit that we you are Indeed close to the of all proportion making a one small thing which I

of this earth coming through Him we torn Europe has become an annaul do not strictly need to know heart of Christ. capital 1 offense of what is, at feel I should call to you at.

could not have achieved all those event with American Catholics As we have seen, he compresses was Our Lady's house? l worst, a minor misdemeanor. tCntJon.than shout, "You
which so of us take for Into forty words that she "Blemied are the merelfal the stupid fool! See what
things many the St. Luke says returned More often than not, you've
Catholic Relief Services
Through Jcroeph's discovery that Our Elizabeth H* has Mid, "for they shall done!"
is visiting
granted. It Thanksgiving Day from reason why we are grumpy
of the American
overseas aid agency Lady was about to bear house." It obtain mercy" anotheris Our brothers
a "to her own or snappish toward pagan In the
often the real of"thanksglvlng"
Too meaning
Bishops the clothing and other mate child and his reaction to the teems fairly certain that her Few of us are so accomplished because we have bottled- Orient could give lessons to(
to be lost amid
seems rial received in the Thanksgiving discovery parents were dead; but, If In this matter of up feelings of resentment or us Christians In this matter
all the festive trimmings. Yet, most of clothing collection reaches and helps as we believe which for An Oriental would not
*
Mary was a young that we can afford to frustration press conrect
Now he need only I half. as mercy
us know the story of the Pilgrim Fa millions of needy persons in more than many to tell .11 that after the she must have been assume that we are IncludedIn ventilation. another without giving

thers' first harvest and how in grati 70 countries around the world. angel's vIMt Joseph completed living with someone. Luke our Lord's blessing. Those A teacher who has Just that person a chance to "save
God shared its abun does not tell us who this by his face;" that Is, to maintain his
tude to they Give thanks this Thanksgiving by the marriage' by taking of us who are In any positionof been reprimanded

dance. Happily this idea of giving asa sharing I your abundance with the Mary Into Ms owls bone someone might be: nor does authority such as employers principal, for example, will dignity as a human being.

part of thanking has not died, nor Matthew-he Indeed does not supervisors, officials, land like a charge of dyna "Blessed are the merciful,
in send
far-off lands.
Bring
a
needy or
overshadowed And, growing ever terser even say that either the teachers and religious superiors mite on the first pupil who for they shall obtain mercy"It
been
completely by
bundle of serviceable used clothing he goes on to tell of the birth angel's vlolt to Joseph or the have particular need steps out of line In the least

tawdry commercialism. shoes blankets or bed linen to the and naming of Our Lord In marriage took place in Naza to be vigilant lest power cur degree. Nine-tenths of our has U no wonder that Jesus

Indeed to give thanks by giving nearest Catholic church during the some fifteen words reth: the first place he names rupt In us the spirit of mercy, temper explosions really do merclfuIneM tingled< out for the virtue of
such
has become a by-word among Americans Thanksgiving season. Many people in I have spoken of things un U Bethlehem where Christ It Is so easy to be caustic towards not belong at all to the hapless attention. special

at Thanksgiving time. Their giving many lands will be saying "Thanks"to told which we should long to was born; Nazareth he does those who cannot person who Is rocked by

started Just after World War II, you. heir, Above all perhaps we not mention till the return strike back. our anger Our victim simply This is the one virtue

wonder about the first meeting from Egypt Failure in mercy U not happens to be the nearest above all others which ehtracterlzes -

with Mary after the At the bridegroom's house confined of course, to persons and most defenseless object Himself. His patlence .

Sacred Scripture angel's message to Joseph. At there would be feasting, explicitly in position of upon whom we can dischargeour His allowance for human

last she could break her own more or less luxurious authority. There are many emotional pressure. weakness, His compassion

I silence, and tell him what according to his wealth or ways of having others "at Sometimes it is nervous His quickness to for.

God's evidenced in universeTHE Gabriel had said to her; and poverty. With the rich the our mercy," We have the fatigue or physical distress give-all combine to give ui

power Joseph at last could know feast sometimes lasted for upper hand, for example anytime (such as a headache) which confidence as we pray tt)

universe which sur verse Is, poetically, God's what the child was whom he days. In the parable of the that we enter a store or causes us to react savagely to Him "Lord, have mercy!"
was to make legally his own. who had no wedding minor Like a The
us has always dazzling robe, a reflection of guest a restaurant. Since the customer annoyances. people whose live,
Ills blinding glory. All of Yet on a second thought, we garment (Matthew 22)) Our is always right, clerks, sick animal we growl and touch ours have enough luf.ferlng .

excited the wonder of men Father creation indeed, Is at His tee how improbable it was lord refers to a feast of waiters and managers must bare our teeth at anyone already It Is inexcut.

Of course, different people service and under His con. that she or Joseph should rather special magnificencethere bear with our discourtesies however Innocent, who happens able if we add to their hurt

contemplate It from different Jobs J. trot This Is the underlyingIdes ever have discussed: that had been a great in silent helplessness.Often to cross our path. by our discourtesy, UJ.tCmper
meeting with anyone at all: of "beeves and fat-
slaying or vlndictlveness.
of view and with
points correspondingly the highly
Casldotthat eipremied by Cardinal Newman has de
it was the innermost secret we Inflict the deepest
If
ling be
cannot
different reactions. Imaginative figures of God of their marriage, and belonged pain spun those who are scribed a gentleman a* one tlent we and gentle, pa.
forgiving
The scientist will reactin making the cloud HU char- only to them. Bat that feast was given bya bound to .s by love. "who never give pain. towardone
1 lot and of His traveling on King. The one given by another, then Jesus hit aright
one way the poet In another the wing of the wind. But we cannot help feeling Joseph the carpenter would A husband snarls it his A gentleman bears his own to ask, "What price My
and the religious that Matthew or at leant hurts and tensions crucifixion! Was it
Inner then
her all
at
wife ,
wife or a screams
of the author of the The second stanza rie! not have keen on that wale.It .
thinker in still Inoth..r.That creation account in the first written, with charming Imagery Luke who win a shade less huiband. Sometimes parentsi with fortitude and does not in vain?"
r.tlft'nt-mlht have told us would probably have
author of psalm. 10.1: chapter of Genesis! ; the same, the fixing of the earth about the wedding celebrations. been closer to the one given .
--
was both a deeply religiousman In fact as that of all peopleof upon III foundations and the We have to be content thirty yean later in Cana in U. S. BithopiCommissions
and a poet his time separation of the dry land
what know of the
with
we
Galilee (John 11)): for that
tie MW In the unlverie) anetMenre For them the earth was from the oceans general pattern of weddings was given by friends of Our

of the divine l l the center of everything. It The third (10.11)) I. a tie among the Jews. By betroth. Lady, and Cans was only a liturgy guide

power and majedy, but was a flat dUo resting on llCklf portrayal .f the In** al 1.I we remember, the couple few miles from Nazareth

especially of God's roninm* subterranean waters which lag rare wills which fed pro were made husband and There we may be sure the Following Is the concluding lowing usage .Is recommended After Agnm Dei KNElL

male artl'try In the work of fed Its rivers and stream title for the rreatnrw wild wife. Rut there was an Inter beeves and fallings were in portion of the .statement. with a view to making it PMteomrsmnlon
and lakes, The sky was a anlmiU bird do tie \'II- a year when the bride rich for the and dUnliial STAND
creation and of Ills loving men an no profusion cently iMued by the United as simple as possible.
ronrern In governing that solid vault covering the entire male, m.n. was a virgin\ -before they set poor of Cilllee hardly ever States Bishops' Commission Blessing KNEEL:'

creation, 'wrlttngt) syste.n. There was water up house together. had meat on their tables; .we en the Liturgical Apostelate. The Liturgy of Rcloaal ST,ANDn..ptl.
also above this so-call! firmament For example:
I read that the wine ran out; It contain directives and .. of Holy
bless the Lord, 0 my soul ; from here came the "You raUe grass for the The betrothal was theImplMt and we may feel reasonablysure concerning. the Word ContmanJon
.( crmnlei, n4- uggestions
0 Lord my God. you are rain cattle, and vegetation 'orm.n'
that the of fisher
individual
group of the vernacular at Mass Whether the
great Indeed! You are clothed And so In terse 3 the u..., producing bread lag only the pretenr ef tee 'is. E.trance Rite
Our Lord
with .
men brought kneels
In communicant e r
""....... and provides guidance preparing
with majesty and glory, psalmist pictures God's heav.enly from the earth and wine to
Him ( to the Epistle) STANDIf
probably wore nothing for the liturgical\ renewal up stands, while receiving Holy
robed In light as with atloak. palace as being con gladden men's hearts, ao that The celebrations surrounding very special in the way of ( no Hymn is sung, kneel Communion depends on 1 b
You have spread out strutted "upon the waters" their faces gleam with oil, .
how.tv..r
the homecoming wedding garments.flow during Celebrant's at
prayers and clrcura-
cal custom
and bread fortifies the hearts (Continued from last week)
the heavens like a tent-cloth; .
different far the wedding feast foot of altar) .
God's being robed "with were a very cstances. Obviously, the Ordinary
you hare constructed your light as with a rl"ak I. a ,.* nf men matter, Involving every relative of Mary and Joseph re The Word .. God can decide for his Di

palace upon the water" ((1-3)) ferenre to lb. first art of This Is a rather long psalm and friend that either\ of sembled that at Cans, we can Positions of the (up to the Offertory Antl- ocean.Additional.

If we are to appreciate the creation as recorded In Gene: and It .la .Imply Impossible them had. The great day only guess-we simply can phon) Kneeling

author's alluvions in the. .U, that i-l II.hi. to do justice to it in one began/ with the bridegroom not nee either Mary or Joseph faithful at Kplt.: l* SIT For Requiem Masses( and

verses, we must recall the article. And so we shall complete a txl his friends going in pro putting on any very spectacular Gospel STAND on certain penitential week:

conception he had of the unl- The brilliant. of the sun our study<< of It next cession, with lights and show. But one thing the Holy MassAT Homily SIT days, the rubrics of the )u..

verse It was the same a* light which floods the uni week. music, to bring the bride two have In common-Christ Creed STAND sal prescribe kneeling during
Massesit
from her house to Ms. was present. at both of them! sung or High (Common Prsyer or Prayer the Collect and the Putt
Our Lord! I ie referring to No royal wedding had ever I III customary and desirable ef th. ralthfnl STAND communion.

Father Michael V. Canna this proceiwlon In the parable had a glory to compare with for the people to follow This rule applies on the

MInt," ef Nembre De Diet about the five silly girl who that. The poorest Catholicran the same postures as the The Liturgy of weekdays of Advent Lent,
clergy as the.. are listed In
had no oil for their lamps have It now with a nuptial Ember
Fasslontlde
(Matthew 23)). But what ex- Mai*. the Roman MUaal" In the new the Eucharist September of II and III
Vigils
code of rubrics ((10; This days

quest ClUptGRS in __. "we recommend for accepted Preparation of class outside Paschal time,
the
Gifts and In Masses for the dtad.
Question box usage around the country, (up to the Preface)

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decline In numbers and use only. I.. reMlne4. renlnry thing of *n IconoeUwhen Apuotolate hat warned lanes KNEEL cnotom .. saying It .*..1.'

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of fit. AugAUtln. In 1744 the" at the G< peL This direcikvn .
testing their Indian' charges shown as the mult of two more the Mee4 )I.'h., hurried or are recited .without -
against the Inducements of Crown awarded eccleoUstlraljuriiMllctlon ctmturte' of !FpanUh labor wo)4) II h perhaps. on* attention. which was mad obsolete M. J. MurrayCatholic

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: Prayers at foot of altar: Lat.1n-.o. Introlboad

Lir attire Introit Del English.. ."


!o Kyrte: English (Priest and people alternating).
:n ea -"Lord have mercy ."

l". 1 Gloria: English (Priest and people together)
'Y "Glory to God ." _i ,
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eo h Gradual English. .,. riiii1

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I I. Serrrt prayer: Latin. & -
Preface: Latin_"Vere dlgnum et justum : Mass guide-
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holy, holy .** .. 27th Sunday ,ft.r Ponta.Cost .
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ofel AD the rest of the Canon Latin. '
: Crctd Preface f o( Trinity.
ford's Prayer English (Priest and people) "i .)
.rr "Our Father ." ) MONO" IT. November Jt.
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tJx r7 Tiorlda Catholic, Friday, Nor 20. 19M

Lay commentator in new liturgyto .. ne+rn., '

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help make Mass meaningful "I. <; fourth

centenary year
.\fter the Prlif. "Pumlne, r7l
ST. AfGUSTIXK: -- On the first Sunday of Advent a.i I

November 29, the new liturgy changes will take place In non "u II. dlRnun" I I. Mild In VATICAN CITY (NO) -Pope Paul VI ha* attended
Latin, he will fell the people.lu
the Diocese of St Augustine. The Diocesan Liturgical route forward to Com. i a series of readings and scenes from Shakespeare's playswhich

Commission, headed by Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley munlun. "Jfna IIIIJI. take was brought to Rome by the British Catholic community

has undertaken the task of Instructing the people in the and eat-Thin I* My B.ei.)..* to commemorate the fourth centenary of the

new liturgy. Then lie Mill Invite thuo. t poet's birth. able gift, -we gladly bestow

Father John Bluett a member of the Commission, whit wUh tu aitept this. 'Intlutlon S Co- .ponllOtId by the Italian upon actors and their colleagues .

has outlined the duties of the commentator in the Mass. tu ('C'me, ornurd Inrerelve Catholic Theater Center, the and upon all of you

The commentator, a layman the lluljr Kui: harl-l. November 12 performance included and your loved one tt home

will be a minor minis The Communion Prayer Is extensive excerpts of our paternal apostolic ble* -
and plays, delivered "
sonnets
ter of the Mass. said In English by the Prlc ,t Ing. .
in English by members of the evening
Before early
ho then to the center
Before the entrance of the : \\ comes
the Royal Stratford Theater Arch-
celebrant the commentatorwill Father (,t the altar saying 'fVjmlnuiMjln performance started
1't.i cjmpany.! Other selectionswere John C. Heenan of
inform the people on the : -cum' to which the commentator bishop
J"haItluetl given in Italian by a Westminster welcomed the
message of the M I..M of the and the f.llthrulwUl
group of Italian acton. behalf of the English
on
Pope
day, Father Bluett Nlrl. lie respond "Et cum spirltu

ulll then ask the ]people to tuo The | rformanre wan given council Fathers.

Hand an/ the celebrant enter*, The celebrant then read 1 Ale In the He. Cecilia ball of the "Your coming here U *) m.

tnnounce the page of the en. the Poet Communion In { I'aliMo flu, near the Vatican. bollc of the traditional patronage

trance hymn and begin the Lull; n. Before! he d<*". how. of the arts by the
singing./ the Creed and then after the ever, after he halt Mid "Ore- Pope Paul sat on a dais at nee, he Mid.
Palest has cold the OfrertoirPra : uithe commentator wilt the center of the auditorium holy
Father continued: :;
he will tell them surrounded by of "We permit ourselves to
scores
Just liefute) the Krle, he >er. give the summary of the"rit'er
sell Introduce ruth the Kyrle what is now t.iking place ; Bishop 1 and Invited guests, think also! Holy Father, that
"talking It over;' Iw may tell including several Americanand you have come to give yet
and the Gloria (If there la a "The Church prays UxUiythat
them "now U the Ume for British Commonwealth another proof of your affectionate
(;Jloilj)I. e.g. "We greet Christ, the Mysteries which wehave
our Prlettt with a cty ofnercv action. We glie bread and celebrated In memory 4 r seminarians studying In regard for England
and Chrhtt taker our Rome.In and the English people"
In the Kyrle. ami a wine ot (the particular aalnt) may
,.. them and us brief Englishlanguagespeech the universal
gifts and it a Hailing appeal -
spiritual
hymn of praise In the profit us as a remedy
Gloria; ." to the Father the Father following the performance of Shakespeare, Archbishop

>IU next duly will he to In give/ un Christ." He will answer, with the Pope Paul said Heenan said that the
r __ _:1. ,I A_ ,: Rome U "to celebrate
triMluie the Collect. glilng/ / Then he will\ ask the peo- faithful, the "Amen" at the happy today evening's performance wat
and! the Offertory In this supreme writer not merely an English occa-
to und ling
the main trend of thought. pie end of the prayer.
After the celebrant says"Uremus" song or the Offertory Changes in Mass studiedFather the magnificent cultural tradition felon but "a tribute of the

he will May; .,1. hymn cm a particular pili.. The Pilml Mill Him fo !<. and artistic genius of Catholics of all rations to the

They Mill then ring until the renter' of the. altar and Thomas J, Burns, president showing the altar with people in front the English\ people. most celebrated poet and

"Tho (liuuli |pro' ). l4Mljy such time as the celebrant My "Tli lord l>e with )tau of the Santa Fe High School, explains and indicating that the celebrant of "We take especial pleasure dramatist of all time,"

hut by relrhrullng the fm.t has flnUhod washing M tfingers. (;'". the )111.. In. ended. lo forthcoming changes in the Mass to Mass will face the people after the In noting how the profound

of I hew |n,, saints (or The Orate Fratres. InItspunded which the faithful and .theiiimmriilalor humanity of Shakespeare Helps
students of the school in Lakeland. First Sunday of Advent in this Di. many
kiilnl)) we rosy worthily rrlr. to only by the will make the ever open to adventurousand
I ln-iilr' their etrrhmllng glory .er\.en.. proper| .'r..r.. Father Burns has drawn a diagramRadio's ocese. poetic exploration, leads > KW: YORK (.NO-Relief

and ihrirby' N'"II lire In tl lr, Then the mmntator. willInll'oduc'e. --.-- --- ----- -- to the discovery of the moral materials were spread worldwide
due." Then the commentator will laws which make life great by United States Catholics .
rather summarize
On
tell the faithful to please praisedby anniversary donating to the 1963
progress and sacred and lead us back
And he Hill load the faith the Secret Prayer, lIume"hoot kneel fur the celebrant's Thanksgiving clothing collection.
\\ AHHiITO.NO( to a religious understanding
tul in ret
J J'riJ>'t'r. saying the ".men1'' "The ( hunh prays o,er The Mass I eiuU with the Pope during broadcastVATICAN ntvemary of the death or Among the largest shipments .

at the end of the prayer. our gifts .that we might !I.* last GiMiel.| At Its Introduction President John F Kennedy, "HI lofty genius and |K>"- listed In the CRS-

Next he will Intrcxluce the (....."...d from uur .In* by the faithful will make ('ITC) Pope Paul VI has hailed a Solemn Pontifical Mass erful language 'Induce men to NCWC report were: Chile,

Epistle:; somewhat as follows: mrHii of thru* Riirr >!IJ'" the proper rentxinne. M of science will be offered in the National .listen with reterenre to the 1.188.007 pounds! ; Italy, 1011..
"God speaks to U* In Ills tester, lust M. miijr mure again by the commentator.At radio as "one of the most wonderful conquests Shrine of the Immaculate great verltlm he e\loound.: | ., of 125; Taiwan ';64. 3W; Turkey

Sacred Word. It .U living It "u,''hIlJ' relrhtale .the e.er. thin iiolnl. Father Flluett technology and the organizing capacity of man In our Conception here on November death and judgment of hell 754.995; Philippines, 751,211;

Li llfegltlng We reach out Listing glory of till. ,lMi| .|len clarified Hume sections of IIm,._ with creative power .in an.. X by Auxiliary Bishop and b..II'en. Pakistan. 03,071: Colombia.

and luke It. I'leane I be sealed.At ." (or the purtliulur f.-.."l of the ivmmentator's role which SpeaKlng over Vatican Ra thing, and historically. became John S. Spence of Washington "The plots of his plays area 669,860: Morocco, 583,340 1; Bra

the end of the EpUlle day)." might prove tonfucliig dio's International hookup man In order to be our who will aUo preach the salutary reminder to modern zil, 500,279; Korea, i.'O.OOO;
lit asks the people who are The commentator he said, with Europe and other continent JeIIM Hong Kong 306,973; and Viet-
and
Matter our Saviour -
kermon. man that God exists, that
still titling, to recite the After the "Amen" of the will\ announce the entrancehymn during the recent IIE'C' nam. 300,735.:
Christ Following the Mass Robert there is a life after this life,
Jradiul. together with the "Per Omnia Suecula Saetu- the Offertory hymn ono world radio week, the mind Bishop Edward H Swan-
"With this In ourm..lfl carllloneur at that evil doing Is punishedand
Grogan
Went. lorum" which U sail In and the Communion hymn Pope| Mid he recognized the wish and strum, executive director of
latin the ,'(,,,,mentatol' will becomes\ a the shrine, will give a me- good rewarded.
Then he will Introduce the giving the puge./ prodlgloui I Instrumental. Catholic Relief I I Services
would
Gospel and tell the people to Intrnduc-e the Preface: "All U I think he continued, thatIt character of rudlo .* an uhortatlolWe be morial concert of the shrine "Our enjoyment of thepuet'l pointed out In the report that

land for It "In| this Spsel| ready for the Mystery of U. almottt eanentlal that "It I U nothing but an unforeseen like radio always. to truly carillon which will Include vision of humanity sizeable quantities of Thanksgiving
the
the voice of Kplrlt guidedhy Kamlel Lefe\ere's Lento Dol- should not make us over.
news of the Gospel hear Faith. Christ, our T'rie.t will there .
we rw a commentator and happy meeting clothing were contained
now offer to the Futher that the Word of Cod, always orodo, written In memory of look the rich moral lessons
I'hrUl upeak to otherwise the
us. people will My between the human Intellect In emergency shipments
In the service of truth, jus
After the Gospel I has Wn Perfect, SpntleM' out HolySat'tUice that the Mass U. confusing and the laws and force of and love. W President Kennedy Lefevere. and admonitions containedIn dispatched to aid victims
tire, beauty of the world's leading his works. With a
read he will tell the peopleto which alon 1 I. and will get I'ery wrong nature -that U to say, that would like it to be an Instrument one prayer of floods, earthquakes,
lives In Brussels. that meditation and consideration
sit for the homily and the worthy of the Father. lmprMlon ot the new lit. universe which 1 I. the workof of and earillonsurs typhoons and other catastrophes
announcements. When the The commentator will a"lc friendship peace may bear this valuReceive -
orgy Cal; the Cre.lor.the poi the Pope coiv- that occurred during the
,among men.
homily Is. finished he will" the people to please stand for lb. rule of the commentator : continued. i. rl\111f'1t, part year

ask the peopl l to lUnd again the Preface. At the end of the U. primarily\ fur uniformity. A few hours after Typhoon
of tll.|
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end he will/ Introduce the Preface, t h e commentator It will\ he lined no that thlupl diM-utery Dadlng slashed through Manila

(Tee If there. I* one It* wilt will iiiordlnat the I'ople| will know what U tin' thought In naiad Study and pray In June 10,000 pounds of

I my, fur example, "Our .Kalth and the elebrant .In reciting fXIJI''t't l of them and to eliminate thing, |( I I. a new dialogs.which clothing and blankets were
," man |> r"ue* with she VATK'AV ('ITXC) :
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speaks| 'In the Creed lly It we "Holy. holy IMy Nome of the confiMlnii I sent from stocks of CRS-
tell God ourM-lvem. that U theChurch Following that the mmmrntahir which manes with the iixmim, whlrh anvwer hick pope Paul VI received private NCWC.
will uk the faith 11..1.,1..1)-l anil marvrluH audience ftouo Catholicstudents
that we accept r hu n gen.
Chrut and all He of fern" ful: "1'1."... kn.-.l and await I'm almost certain Father I,." of English and

II* will lead the reniKitiHe the action of th. I.s sti" Illurtt MMK-luilnl. that the |1\lpp Paul aLto ]>al
"...lId with your tlllrit"| after The next duty U after" the MW liturgy will attract th* to the human Vole which: I Ie
to adopt the motto of St Pen*
Con* *r tlon, He will tell the |1"1'| k and make.. the Man ua reads an an Instrument. edict "Work and pray". rrK

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consecration in Puerto Rico objections to conversion St. Margaret Park Mary


SAX JUAN NC St. Margaret Mary Women's
(
) Bishop Luis Aponte'i enthronement
: are few things 1
as of San THERE Guild of Winter Park.
Archbishop Juan has been scheduled for
or marvelous j
mysterious
r., ;> has set the dates of Its first
January 8 in historic Catedral de San Juan Bautista than the working of annual book fair for November

which dates back to 1521. divine trace, especially I the book
Father 27, 28 and 2!). The
At the same time it was Bishop Aponte Archbishop: of grace of conversion to the fair: will be held In the new

disclosed that Bishop San Juan on November 5. faith cf Christ. To some It John A. parish center 161 Swope

Blshop-deslgnat Torres comes In old age, to othersin o'nrlenconversion .II Avenue, Winter Park.

designate Fremiot Torres Oliver It). fourth native of t tl middle age and to othersIn Mrs. Clarence Draungirt,

Oliver of Ponce will be consecrated the Island to be raised to the tr their youth. To some It president of the Guild. Invites

in the modern hierarchy: Is one of Puerto comes slowly and matures all the members of the

Rico's top educators. lie gradually. To ethers It comes parish as well as Winter
Church of St. Mary the founded the law school at the l quickly and with impressive of Jack We.Icy: Park residents,, to come to
Queen on the of Smith of Meridian MUlslppl. !.'
campus Catholic University of Puerto fore* > the parish center and see the
the Catholic University of Rico. He has been serving on now studying for the finest selections of books.
Instances .
1 most w ran
Puerto Rico In Ponce De- Its faculty and as associate Welcomed to Englewood peeve a rhansirU of that Priesthood at Notre Dam records and sheet music

cember 21.Anhblshop. dean since 1966. Seminary New Orleans Ifs chosen especially( for this
good .upl.,
: Emanuel 1 e Parishioners of St. Raphael parish from 'the left Monsignor GeorgeV.& lowing grate' by Catholic our lltert.r., relates his m.'. pertinent fair.Now

Father William Father' Balfe Father' William fact In this manner: will b the time to
Clarlzlo, apostolic nuncio to In Englewood welcomed Cummings, evpUlnlng oar f faith answer *
t h 9 Dominican Republic, Makes 1st choice Balfe who has recently been as* Kelly and Father A. Rodriguesof & Ing <|.*ntlon. and hrlnglag a I was reared' in the Southern and obtain thos* special: Christms .
religion
whose jurisdiction embraces South America. Mau.This Baptist gifts for mother dad.
friend
signed there. Special guests were, Columbia t Sunday with twin brother
along a
Puerto Rico will officiate at of vicar general and the children. Mrs. Draun-
both ceremonies. The en U. Illustrated in the and one other brother attended Jut reported as the largeselection

thronement of Bishop Torres 8JUAN (SCArch.. Holy souls remembered church and Sunday school will Include book
Catholic Scouts In
The ttoy best sellers ch11dren's
Oliver will take place immediately bishop-designate Luis Aponte on sports; ;
our town had the twst troop books. cook books, and,
follow In his
; consecration. Martinet of San Juan dls-

closed be his to first name appointmentwill auxiliary Love for dead : prompts prayers and got permission won many to awards.Join them.So I Imprimatur Joseph Oatrell books.of Janets

Al'C'hbl.hlpfOCIllt.. will h* This brought m* for the Hook and Music Shop
Juan de Dios
Bishop Lopes
the lint nsUt of Parrto first time In ckw contact 121 Park Avenue North W:nUr -
of San Juan as vicar generalof I that at as at the end of the work (purgatory I how
Rite to govfr the 43J-)ear All Souls Day serviceswere v sere many with Catholics. saw Park Is furnishing all
old SaD Joan See. the archdiocese.The : again; held at Calvary shall read these words may wll cease to b., with seriously they twk their re- the bucks, records' and sheet

Archbishop: d.IInat. L remember at Thy Altar only heaven amt hell rtmatnlng. lIal...", how they prayed on music to b* shown. Mrs. Or-
St. Petersburg on
He will succeed Archbishop : Just returned from attendingthe Cemetery yFather Honks, Thy servant" numerous ooelon\ and how hltmer parish. librarian
tine ,
James P. November Z Priests of the
Days who
was Second Vatican Council
entered
their religion
E4 ward How rightly sometimes we deeply aunt chairman of the
transferred last January to when his appointment as spiritual area assisted at the annualMass Catholics refer to the soul All must atoneWhat Into their \lives. I had never hook fair, has set the hours

govern the Santa Fe. New head of the San Juan which was attended by i. In purgatory as the Holy hn In a Catholic (church: but for th. fair to b* open a* follows

Mexico archdiocese.: The 4:- archdiocese: was announced 500 parishioners of the west 3alllgas Souls, for holy they ate vilest! about thv people I d4''t.ltIIl ti> tar with some ofthen : Friday 9 a m to 8 p,rn;
year-old prelate was consecrated asked the people of Puerto who still the Jut before th*
MAM
coast. Father Edward J. Mul- with an intense love for O< l, to Sunday S-turiky. 0 am. to S pm;
October 12, I960 to Rico! for their prayers to sustain resigned and happy tu ..nllf the world I mm** or
fully and SumUy. 9 a m. to 1
p.mTb.
serve as auxiliary Bishop of him in his new position. 11 I g a n of Transfigurationparish expiate their shortcomings still have venial sins and It m.... a deep impression hock fair will hatecompetent

Ponce; was named coadjutor gave the sermon at the false gods of Egypt) but I suffering. punishments to atone for? .. M* ant I Ml that flat was
by voluntary M!** personnel;
.trhhibepdeslgnsl.| ( Aponle
I Bishop of Ponce with the the Mass honoring the soulsIn as a Gad of the living. Who certain now of sslva How will they make satisfaction present. '
quite furntohed by Janels to a*>
his
right of succession In April npr.-cI| gratitude to purgatory. The text of Father will raise Ut up on the last lion and sure that God l Uple 1 ? It Is commonly believed Pretty swan I started going( slut you In making your\ sehwtlMM. -
RUhop for hU wvlce
1963, and became the first Lopes to live with Him foreverin the amt .afferlntsaoromisnying
day that
I. dmlnlitrator til the archdiocese Mulligan's; sermon follows _l with them. Their pains with John JUmUsno to daily 1 $ 8<> b* sure to mark
native to head a Puerto Rican Heaven. th. final tie
alas. John eipJalntd many
scan It wu vacatedUt : suffering Is |>hy.k'al l coupled yule MlemUr fur this cutstsmllng -
See a year ago when he succeeded with the of the lots of .tru< The Church loves the dud. pain IVfntoMaitlJnd
JaII..r) hy Archbishop "fT is a holy and a whole1 -
Bishop James E. Me. Intent that these' disturbed and (Interest gr.w.
James .. she lore (.he llvlsg In seeing Oo LThrrrforf my
Peter nnl. who a
w
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Manus C,SS.R, of Ponce some thought to pray souls will make up f for Then I l began to read OurSuiwUy
who resigned because of 111 transferred to Santa Fe, New for the dead that they maybe hrl.U Mollies of m..l all th. pains they would 1 1'I.ttor Win Maga< fit. Mary Magdalen

health and was designated .Mrilra.BUhop. touted I from their sins' His Re.urr ctlon from the .lIr.lolle l t charity. c*at *)(I. e otherwt l<* oblige l to enilur sin. Th. CbtholM 1)\\...' '.Feeling At Horn.* a pr>

auxiliary Bishop of New Lopes will I I.. my ((2 Mach 12.46). d*Mt U the JuaUte.Uon of wllh thiw* .( .rl-lnlfrt.l I* In purgatory. Father Lord's pamphlets. sot 1 rem' about converts, will b.

Tort Pop Paul VI namedIDUKESSTEEN closest collaborator as the future All over the Catholic world the Church claim to be a ergs .. |* aid the ..((rrli( a volum' of eonvtrslonlorl I l>"...nt..1| by Father Hubert
there to of and boUnces *..1.! ll.w .....II'.a. how race- Kmmaus J. Reason to members art,
vicar general the Archblshop today goes up source grace .. .. The Way to ,
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These s are among s* wo Isis \II U Ik
comfort, me greatly to think soul In purgatory This U men she thinks of all theme 7 Pies.I % Oulkt Monday eve.
Gods ..*.,eM" fH.... It Is ,'.lh.ll. (lath!
that the yoke of this new responsibility the greatest day In the year on earth and the faithful departed suffering that I loll my par.n" that I Ding, November 33.
only through
B FUNERAL HOME will rest easier for the poor souls. On .earth as following after t toed.) fit for lb.happtnets ,. It I I. a wholesome c1c1rirtftl WM ronvlnroil that the CslholM "H''lt'If'' the wom
thy ran *
? >119 So. FWUs A*. upon me. knowing that I haveat Christmas bring Joy Easter Christ to share more fully, of entering for us It vrtMr> ,*", ",>1. u* Churrh was th* true an's day of ollctton at Se.

MY 2-1121 LaWolto. my side a person of rapacity glad tidings, but In purgatorythis through a holy death, In His heaven. If we, by our of the gravity of eten venial l'1ltl'C't,1 wanted to Join Mary Migtbkn. Church

prudence and experience Is Christmas and Easter >'ktory our death and In His pr7ers, gr..-1 works;, ss.rl-& sins, and the remain of mortal It. Thy thought" I was ton shnuht) be mad. by SuniUfi,

>G .wraR like Bishop Lopes." for the souls Imprisonedthere. Resurrection and Ascension fires and especially th* serlfke > sins atreodr forgiven. young to mike such a derision November ?1. Further Infer

The Archbishop designate Into heaven. of the W... cow to This thought therefor and fortwd. m*. Nevertheless rutlon may b* obtained fr"nMrs.

said he Implored Gorls helpto From thousands and thousands their assUtsnc', we fsctUlal should encoursge us during' 1 continued to rest rranrls Uy, Ml' 44UA.

become "a good shepherd of altars throughoutthe Creator consoles iod In Ills desire to deal life to a vol.& I not only mortal l stuily sot pray amt my desire Slaita Key

to all the people of Puerto world, In vast cathedrals mercifully with th.11W.* sins, but venial sin a* well lntr.s- After school I''&. MkhaelTh

Rico.! and tiny mission chapels THOM who are saddened then glorify Him In a most W* should do all In our I went to $. ... I'atrKk's members et tilt Wom

REAI.A. Priests robed In black vestments by death may hear Him r.- esquUU way by mmUUlng po..r0 .u>n* white on ttiurth, where Father I'strkk .. en'* OulM met recently amt
rsU' the consecratedhost twst for their eonsoUUon 'tam ourselves on HU IHvIn lion, ...r'lfor as many of our \ Curley gave m. Instru Mrs. Dun A. CsrUon. newly\

Val"b )>>-.aI It...* and chalk to Clod In the Resurrection and the who took It upon Himself to lighter sin a* la humanly Moss" three llms a week to'? .,<<,''' pre.4f.nl, Intf'Glfaw..1t..r

Ib.st 1l the Eucharistic sacruV for Life: he that twUeveth In m. nuke atonement fur In* sins p Mltl, *. Tn m.sns, bee,,'"* annul hour months.W fellow ofrtrerr Mr. V P.
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the dead. The Church storms although het* dead, shall
?ad S.. Ph. I414WJPETERSBURG A/rWsnc" Service the gates of heaven for live; and every one that Mass, are prayer, th"* Wrmtnts .> darling Ih. (",lhIl" Paul, rorre*| ndlng ** r*.

VA 4-I4TJ mercy on All Soul. Iay.Am llvtth and twlieveth la me Help loved ones alma to th. holy, In* |HibHih*>l by the Av* Narks. Ury; )tr.. 'hart.. Putnam
ST. ST. AUGUSTINE shall not die forever" spiritual 1 and corporal works Press, N. r* twm. '", 'un,. treasurer.
......f.. .f Masses U..k with ,Us chute aol!
It ts comforting also to Sometimes' mere grstitu"U of mercy. and pc4ally fro That : Father John r Lima M \f.
sM prsjrrs Isris Itself at reads that even at a MM ant even slmt4 Justice d*> quent Holy Communion.At UM*. l the Ihroa ., Uo4 ,
Inplorlag for the dead In ppNe of fovm>Ulfc" t *4 Ih* tlslholktCKtsrrh lv.*M-f A at 91, Ukhstl. 1
PHONE 177-7124 rlassorriag' !. Ike .tm. of metal that we Mop the .*... the Mm line w*
the rhorrh r*> by heist wise. em. Ih* Arrh0>| *h..f.'. iota
r (",..t for r.l<... sM Mills earthly grist We who "hv been N wed ahuwhl. also r.m m *r ih* "
..1.! rath Calvary with na> sln.... rand for In our n4i by sue S-IIIff' ..ilia. itar ..,. M. (',,f| lM ri.1| M to leash all M- Key: ,
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ItOt N. ARMENIA AVL And who ran doubt that pissof .sscrtfk. Itmtrr.tht TAMPA 7 FLORIDA from the dark confines of ...ai...lsg UM Lard ./ the forget th*. 1st rt*..... I>r .HtetotM.. sad. In I.we. *l fur .... ....k. sNotlsoM of allHtlOSM. 7 at "' .,.... Crystal. NwniI
Jed UM dud .f the b.*.4M. ..g ...... Inth II ..... ..*."*, al.lr.! *
purgatory. the sufferers" are \Is SASH Kp. thy at. 44..ln4 .ItMTfaUirjr th* souls. of all our itofwrudM .
freed, or at lout their poto Nvr. .. UM Oa. Who aloe l<.cot.* of f.MUlaisxliiftsrf ..* ., in Ihe firm .hap. that ..... of the .,tIe,. soil snot h* slide by. WinwU| .

HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL dtminuhed Wits vs.SfstWe *..- end gte. oy. *lsitr..4ki ..4 a1.. .by anise *ic..,*. they ,...".* g.*ot "' .......- of Ih* ft..*. an4. of ,tie I HolyNtorM. l>w* MfMr 9 by .onu<'f'"a?

Joy they .114<< tlM kktg. tote Dti, ad Uwm qoIt&t laic. ) r...rrni for ow %..f* or by I.... from th* pes-yrrs Ihotar lM.4i teas U* .*. Mrs. Charles rut flAtn.III' .
Air c."i.trOl'\td' ; Chspst-Pari'i: Lei sine all tIM I '.........enl...1 l lyu ksAg.
] dart of wea",, all their 1155t.0lt. canteed eas.pie gr..a by .ff rl hoe ?Mew M IMn.y
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Let us picture for a -a U. last plow ,.....a -tery .Mt..i"UB< ..tt shswMb If we it. Ms. 1".tmh. >*n.oVotli wiwn" I (..... |b. f...*rtb'. ....b. f'MMoU n.tri II...,is*.

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: Eight The Florida Catholic Friday, Nov. 20, 196&


I Priest describes first partof r' At NCCW convention



Mass: Liturgy- of the WordFather i i4 r President praises women

David P. Page of listen to the word of God as

Epiphany parish in Port which contained will be In read the aloud Epistle In y for leadership role in U.S./

Orange has written this
English; by the celebrant. At
article for The Florida FatherIratid the conclusion of the Epistle WASHINGTON (NC) :Members of the National

Catholic. His emphasis is P. the servers alone answer Council of Catholic Women were praised by President

on that portion of the Mass "Thanks be to God." Lyndon B. Johnson for "your effective leadership in

described as "The Liturgy Pageor striving to meet the complex problems of our time in

of the Word' Next week Pray togetherThe a spirit of faith love of God and love of neighbor."

another diocesan Priest will r k1 ti t: "b The President in a mes-
I people are Invited by In the real world, not by
-- the 32nd national
describe the second part of sage to
Consecration and the Com the commentator 10 join with peaty talk or hasty action,
convention
the Mass 'The Eucharistic munion. him in saying the Gradualin NCCW meeting hat by caution accretion
7f y' 1"t here last week, told the
Liturgy. Here we shall confine our English. I t Catholic women that the from day to day, the secretary -

English will be intro remarks to Part One-The Before reading the GospelIn United States "counts on said.

duced in the Masses of the Liturgy of the Word. English: from the altar .- ..-------- .- -.-.- ..... >'ou" to take an active role Mr. Cleveland noted that
the as was
(not from pulpit
Diocese on the first Sun This Is a period of preparation Priest In fighting poverty, bigotryand preservation of the peace In
the custom) the greets Visits MelbourneA
day in Advent. for the sublime sacrifice the people' with "The Lord other social Ills the modern world lies In
-a time for repentance for :Mr. Johnson's message was "machinery, procedures and
WHAT will the new lit- our pant Kin. It I* above all be with you, to which with the group of Sisters representing and Sister Kathleen Francis O.S.F., read on November 12 at a Institution -modern Institutions

of the Mass belike a lime fur 'Instruction, of II... people reply "And your Catholic high and elementary schools Central Catholic High School, Melbourne civic program on the second to take the place of the

? That Is a question currently trnlng rrvrirntly to Mod's spirit"When the Priest blesses in Melbourne Eau Gallie and Palm ; Sister M. of the Sacred HeartS day of the convention, attended obsolete Institution of wlr."

on the lip of young \\'"I'd. himself and announces "A Bay are pictured following a teachers' .M., St. Joseph School Palm Bay; Sis by some MOO persons. He recalled that In 19 years

and old among the laity. It As the celebrant and altar reading from the holy Gospel conference during the visit of Sister ter Kathleen Marie O.P., Our Lady of Theme of the meeting was the peace keeping machinery
It a question, the answer for
"Vatican Council It and
boys enter the sanctuary the the people Lourdes Melbourne Sister of the United Nations"crude -
which the young as well i< according tCl Joseph Mary O.P., diocesan supervisorfrom School ; You." but
the venerable Priests of the commentator (who will gen. answer "Glory to You, 0 the headquarters of the Diocesan Francis Imelda O.S.F., Central Cath- workable primitive machinery"has nonetheless

locee traveled to the An. erally be a layman) announces God," Department of Education in Jacksonville olic High School; and Sister Joseph .tt the Mime uriwlon an ..d.mlDI..traUuD been employed as a
the Mass of the day -
dent City of St. Augustine its menage; he then invites .tt the. loniluklon of the : from left, Sister Virginia Mary Mary. official saidarhletenieat 1 substitute for war to settle
of the International
to join with him l.,"|1.1| the rrtrrs alone af, 0.S.F., Sister Catherine Sean O.S.F. 'ODIDCOD good as envUlonrd conflicts between nations.
Trlduum. "I'ral.r to lou, O ('hri.l"At
lit singing the entrance In Pope John

Imbued with a thorough hymn. In the meantime the this time the celebrant Priest-scholar writesEpistle A Mil's: encyclical Parent In Latin America
knowledge of the new liturgy
celebrant with his back to
proceeds to the pulpit and Trrris, I III "no tlftionarjr prop.
which wall clarified by means the congregation Is reciting immediately preaches the osition. SINGAPORE (NO-A
of many practical demonstrations privately the prayers at the visiting Priest who Li an; expert

the pastors and asoistants foot of the altar. At the conclusion homily.He hate announcements Gospel translations in "A community of working on communist InfluenceIn

returned to their par of these prayers the may to make at the con world institutions is already Latin America said here
l l.hes where they Initiated Priest gun to his right a fact of modem life," declared that the election of Frel Mon-
elusion of his homily.Innovation.
for all
programs preparing the faith! around to the other side of English understandable Harlan Cleveland assistant talva as president of Chile

ful for the liturgical changes the altar and faces. the I people. secretary of state for and the work of the Catholic

that will go Into effect In NKW; FORK (NC) -The Epistles and Gospels of the thus showing New Testament International organization af Church Is slowly turning the

our Diocese as of November He then proceeds to read The celebrant then goes to Mass beginning November 29 will be in an English "far lack of precision In fairs. tide in that continent.

23. aloud in English: the Introit, the center of the altar and more easily understood by the people" than the English some trinitarian formula. Noting that the United Father Carlos Vets SJ.
(ongrntulallng til* FrlevUen toward the end of which the says the Prayer of the Faithful tions." States takes part In the workof professor of law at the Catholic .
translations to Scripture
previously available according a top
their splendid exrmpllflruilon people say: "As It was In the -nomething: which U new Future generations will be some 75 Intergovernmental University of Quito, Ecuador

of mid holy enthuse beginning, 1 III now and ever In the liturgy of the MJX scholar able to Improve on the new organizations and programs stopped here while returning

l.i/ -m for the IllurgUal re* shall I*, world without end This prayer consists/ of several Father Raymond Brown S.S., professor of New Testa. translation, he said, but Indicated Mr. Cleveland declared from Formosa wherehe

itrwil, .trilililfthop' '/ J .rph I'. Amen" 1 petitions to God at the ment studies at St. Mary's Seminary in Baltimore (a that it Is In Intelligible that "most of these organizations lectured on the methods

Hurley urged llirm Ii lie"I.. The commentator now In. end of each of which the people Priest of the Diocese of St. Augustine) noted that the literate English. are a plain necessity used by communism in Latin

In 1'1'1'111'' their people furir \ltes the people to beg<< God's say "Lord, have mercy." English versions of the Epistles and Gospels are taken Jle laid: of the modern age." America. lie was a guest of

mercy In the Kyrle. The jwo* The Priest may Include "By working together on the director of the .
rrfntlul dignified, and majestic from the new translation of the New Testament sponsored "Ue desire beauty fur the government
pMrllclpxtlon In the new pie, alternating with the here prayers for the dead and by the episcopal committee of the Confraternity lltarzr, bat the primary/ par tasks of mutual Interest, we information office In

liturgy of the M.//1.. celebrant, say.: "Lord have for the kick members of Mi of Chriatlan( DoctrineFather ( pose of reading the Lennons form the habit of cooperation Taipei while In Formosa. Fa.
mercy on us, Christ have pariah, perhaps mentioningby with all the Scripture readIngs ," he said. "By building ther Vela has also lecturedIn
and Gospels to the people I Is
"You are never mule. a mercy on u. (twice), Lord name the deceased and Brown, writing on of the Mass. He said International organizations to the United States at St.
Priest" he exhorted, "than have mercy on us" sick persons. "Our New Translation of the that since the New Te.ta- not to impress them with do things that just have to Louis University where he

when teaching your people The celebrant and people If the Creed Is to be said tUbl," In the weekly magazine went as a whole Mill probably literary elegance but to havethem be done we create a world gave a course on labor laws

how to Join In the celebration join in saying aloud In English the congregation Joins with America (November not be ready for publication nndrrntood. The Confraternity community In bits and pieces. in South America.
ef the holy Sacrifice of the the Gloria If It is to be the celebrant In saying it In 14)), said the scholars work. has not been rare
before "the Fatht'r'ela said the Alliance
1967, new
lena about literary .(fwU bet "For community Is created
)faa.. the version had
said In that Man Ing on new
English.
English liturgy will give a for Progress and the
'It .. written In the Ilen.C.Ialll.h .
Without turning around Thus ends the Liturgy of been able to provide the
prs-publlcatlon view of coming work of the Latin American
of and will be
In EnglishA after the Gloria, the Priest the Word of the ).f.... Bishops of the United States attractions" far more eaollj today nadrntood by Journey to India Bishops' Council (CELAM)
extends his hands and .
more meaningful worship .ay."Uomlnut The new Confraternity edition the people than even the beat M.\I>ltll> (NC)-The Span- are two reasons why Ecuador
voblscum" (It Is In
will be achieved when I atln here because" the Is not a revision of ear ictUlon of the older tradi bh Catholic Missionary Society is hopeful.
prayer
the faithful realize that the < Her translations. It Is a has Invited the Bishops
following it I. In Latin), to
wholly new translation from lion..As of and Catholic
Spain
structure of the Mama Is divided aputtotolic
which
the
people reply, F.l have this
we predicted,
the original Hebrew and to it In CLEARWATER
Into two baslo parts: tuo" The celebrant groups join a
cum splrltu Greek. new translation will be heard
1."Th.. Liturgy of the to the missal and "spiritual pilgrimage" to
goes at Mass with different reel
said
Father Brown that
f Bombay, India, In connectionwith
% which
Word embraces
everj "Oremua"The
pays tions. It Is always to
''jirerlous official Catholic ver easy the 38th International

thing Creed.up to and Includingthe commmUlor ........*. sloes In English had beentranslations criticize; and since the New Eucharistic Congress which r-LK. .'......

2. "The Eucharlstle Littirgy |b... for the people the t'CIa. of the Latin Vulgate Testament Is appearing for opens there November %!. Griller
the first time In the
," which consists of the teat of the the scholars will not have the
three main parts of the Mass Ihrsi Mid. aloud by the etl.l The new edition U therefore the success: of Pope Paul MVTVAl rVNS
the of the beset In Latin, at the end efwbUh customary notes explainingthe "missionary journey to the ttOCU a SONBt
namely, offering "the first officially sponsored reasons for their trans
lifts, the Eucharistic Pra1.rST. the people answer !.' I. Oithollo trsniUUoi Latlon. congress.
".\ ."
nI. ...t Into 1111froM the origins
.,ttst" 'The obscurity of the original -
The commentator directs M trAei langasgrs,* Mid the which must be rapected. SKYCREST PHARMACY

AUGUSTINEEUGENE the people to be seated and tar N I'lorlila Priest. the necessity of using different -
N 1903 DREW STREETFor
545 ss lOVYI' The scholars commissioned English word to
For needy { translate different' Greek Free Delivery Service Call 4 Li:""129
the American
rat W ter by Bishops
cal
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& SON In Munich, the site of the 37lh ----. the Bible are members of the same scene appears In different
Gospels), and a dozen
International Eucharlstla Cathollo Biblical Association.
REALTORS i. INSURORS football other technical motive will
Congress four years sgo will scores Chairman of the editorial
AS St.Kinf Augustin.Eel.Wsh.d; Street. attend a special 1 Mass here Surrounded by the football scores of their( already board for the New Testament not occur to the Priest or lay SARASOTABRADENTONSar

Itocember 1 and donate funda schools pUlns James Is Consignor Myles M. man who can very glibly
eo-c
defeated
Ins high ,
for needy persons In India. cf Father Bourke. dean of studies at St.Joseph's com up with a better rendition.
left and Bill Thompson light
O' oMtU. .
,
The 38th EucharUtlc Congress seminary, Dun-
ls scheduled to close that day Lopes( High School In Daytona Beach Indicate woodle. Head of the editorial "But from others who" give gip <@yntrr

PONTIACA In Bombay, Indls to coach Frank Morrettl, renter, the plotof board for the Old Testament more careful consideration,

ground they expect to plant the Callahan translation .Is Father Louis \fry constructive criticism SARASOTA'S ORIGINAL RAW lAt
.... lie .
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Nine The Florida Catholic; Friday. Nor. 20, 1M

Lauds NCCWfor

Washington letterEvents

work in


in Rome recall U.S. -policyTWO apostolafeW.IHHIMJTON/


development abroad peace and promote their mutual ....I.p.| .her I* reduced l. a s (xo A
served to recall Interests." "The opposing cinder leap! capacity crowd of convention

strikingly some recent remarks concept Is a world regimented delegate of the National
by top officials regarding under communism." Secretary Rusk said "those 4 Council of Catholic Women

United States foreign The secretary said this contest stark elementary facts shape heard word of praise for
the strategy of our foreign
policy.One
IIas fundamental as their work from Archbishop
policy. They explain he
event wa.* the. debate any in man's history" and said why we are determinedto Kgtillo Vagnossl, apootolla
In the Second Vatican Connell that it will continue until deter or defeat aggressionIn delegate In the United States
freedom prevails. at a Votive Maaa of Our Ladyof
on the morality of the ace any form why w.
of .atl ., Good Counsel offered by
weapon "Bet search for agreements with
we sat Make free-
him on the evening of theronv.ntion'
dom prevail-and triumph our adversaries to control 6
The other was a warning first clay, last
against the dangers of communism wit boat a great war, If pmwlWe and limit crises and to reduce \V'ednesdty.Ile .

issued by the Bishops ," he added. "For therewoa't the danger of thermonuclearwar !! compared the Catholic

of Italy in anticipation of be mach freedom anywhere from miscalculation, .. women present for the Massto
elections in that If moat of the. northrrn misunderstanding or uncontrollable ..
country 'f : the holy women who stoodat
escalation \
For some weeks now, pur- seek reliable agreementsto whywe .. \. : .i :.. .. ..j.i...,.".. the croM of Christ and
cuing heavy speaking schedules curtail and turn down the expressed particular pleasure

high state department Christ arms race why we must With deanery's first president In the number of women
officials have tried to make seen who received Communion at
to reach small
try even agree.menu *
U.S. foreign policy better the Max celebrated In the
understood by the American in andin with our adversaries, Mrs. Blanche Lane, third from ahe U with members of the St. James A. McLnxl. president; Mn. National Shrine\ of the Immaculate

people. Some of their efforts poor "for an accumulating sum of left was the first president of the James Catholic Women's Club William S. Smith Mrs. PrantlryBurcham. Conception.The .

were obscured by the debates the small world agreements a little can closer move to Orlando Central Deanery Councilof from the 1 left Mrs. Frank Kurni' Mr*. Ashcr Peter Mn. Apostolic Delegate sail

of the national political cam papacy pt'aee.- Catholic Women. At that dean life member; Kirs. P. J. Wethllnf V. D. Callanan past presidents; he brought the Catholic women

paign. Now two foreign hap.penlngs ery's recent meeting in Orlando, paat president; Mrs. Lane; Mrs.prrparMlneav and Mrs. John Rourk club officer blessings 'from the hand
have served to recall VATICAN CITVO( The t'A. official could not and' the heart of the Holy
-- -- -- -- -- -- -.---- .- -- -----_. .- ---- Father with whom he had
them. Pope Paul VI told his usual have anticipate the debate
The council Fathers discussed In the Vatican council nor OrlandoSt. tad an audience only five
general audience
weekly that
nuclear l weapons, Christ is represented In the the statement or the Italian Pope praises Vatican archives'display JamesA days before. I He praised the
.
their use in aggressive and world BI"hoHi. women for their "active partIn
by two realities the
-
defensive conflicts, and at program on church musk the apuntolate of the
poor and the Pope. But they undoubtedly had of council documents
least one prelate expressed was featured' at the No Church- women from every
sympathy for public officials Citing Christ's word, "as In mind the forthcoming ember meeting of the St. part of the union."

who bear the awesome responsibility long as you did It for one of meeting of the United Na. VATICAN CITY (NC) -Pope Paul VI has vuuteJ an rlcal and cultural fact* James Catholic Women's He .
these the tions general assembly when said there was BO limit
least
of my brethren Club Robert Hlkk'brand,
of deciding did it for Matt in words of another U.s. official exposition of documents from put ecumenical councilsin Pope. Paul praised the staff parish to the sphere .| action .,
whether you me ( orl nl.t. traced the originof
ever be emplojed.such weapons shall 2X40))," the Pope declared: the U.N. will "face the the Vatican' scent archives and praUcd the archives for stimulating a "contribution so rich-tee worthy, all musk, showing how women In. the ('k.rtb II they
so so
"Jesus I Is prevent In the most Important constitution staff for chur h musk evolved from are willing and ready la workfar
poor.In providing and rich
a "worthy, stimulating ron.tributJon" \astnetM" of presentation' ant 1 the kingdom. el .;.....
The Italian IU.hop* told the afflicted In the naked al decision in the 19 years of dIcument.tkwnlothe the primitive forma and still

their people that "comma.alcm in the prisoner Where mankind since the" (U.N.) Charter was to the p"M"ntfoundl. to whkii we rarity|>re.ent perlol) of theSecond exlut M such In II,me areas lie eiprewed confidence

becnnte of the theoryIt suffers. Jesus suffers algned. have attalnetl rrcuUIng from I Vatican'. Council of the world He recountedthe that Catholic women would
prolnutrt and lu activities Where man sheds tears, we This crisis will be faced In The Pope inspected the display the Incalculable advantage of writings by early Church much to bring about a
In the practical I order still discover: the weeping countenance : deckling whether Soviet Russia together with recentlycompkted rogreM and means of communication "r'rom tbe.. mule p*,.. .f Others concerning cvngrejmtfcMMl human rat'. "unltrd In one .
represents eyes for oar country of Christ" will lone Its vote unless It additional room an well a* .lack of hUlory In fart, I. mli .-hnl areMwnillag )wrlkllwlkn<| In singIng Church*

n grave threat lo rev Likewise, the Pope reprosent pays something on Its ass e..H'raent In the arrhhe He Mid the umNimenul rontraels whkhhoe .Arm. honoring It Iwrwwes apparent, the AI't'htlkhtp,1 rer
11gb lo.. and civil life and Christ visible on earth for 'peacekeeping ikirumenta provide testimony N UM.| sa many \hota. ln. post, a fcjwa I. all Ike speaker sail that" the musts wnmended, I that a ('..UIlO

liberties* he said He went on to describe operations" to "human latex and learning tie In the pt. 1..lpU.U.| | | .: history of I the In the Mann Is txH a change woman have "the heart of a

Only a short while\ before, how the two representations It ls the position of the U.S. of each council In the "For all of these reasons" Calh..lk t knrth I. her ..1.... but It a resumption of earlierruMom mother" .In every action, and

Dean Rusk, U. S. of differ that the situation! results enormous work of cooperation the IV|* rwntlwied. "we her ntlrrlnf. bee .(flews.Ito. In the Church.Mr hekl up the example of Mary,
secretary manifold. venous and have Mnrere eonfM. .... In ..." the Pepe ..Id.
state, linked these two considerations from a Soviet Russian effortto \ ce HlkMirend. mrnlUnrdMa I the mother In the Church
In a single ad. "Clearly the representation weaken the U.N. by taking complex with the secret the effloaey whets the expif The ikcuments will remain enthusiasm' that new mu- He concliMknl hIs remark
dress. of Christ I. the poor I* a.l.! away from the general assembly and implacable. anon of the anion may hate In m
He said 'the underlying verwd., "lnce all the poor reflect the right to chargethe Divine spirit ttwuihtf l _(>4rlu. not to the Imniectlun of routirll ...- rsannurlng to those. who havesiuttlmt Utllc. befteiHettwi a fltl) plenary.
(tirint; that of the Pope mention Its notable 1"1JUt'et.nte Indulgence
crisis of our times arises expenses of the organls Tney speak .1 the graanalfornmUiion theta, scholars aril hbtorUn" and J1oartlt4lW1t..lln| It,
from two U p.rsoeal.'The tlon to all the members The In the realm of hl.u> that Ur,r"rt n chant will h The shrine Maw on Vet
fundamentally
conflicting of history, Pope
concepts of organis poor hate, so to Issue, It has been sail Is )Paul! said."Therefore. Iteferrlng to the etpamtalrfflre 1 retained l ami that other gull lhymm l erase tiny war offal facing
.
ing the affair of man." One speak, a passive representation whether the general as envbly MNs44.N..44.44s4a.4NNSubscribe |Mie in IKe Valleen fox Catholic! u e wilt the, people The announre
concept, he .said "is a work The puor are a human -most of how members they help us tunderstand .n-hh", |I"|" .Paul MM.'The .. continue in, l-e sung, he sakL. Intention WM 'for all who"
are small l countries will today history improved and more ra have given their live fur
of Independent nations each sign of Christ's fare, a reflection .
with ill own Institutions and of an Image of Him. hang on to the one mandatory which humanly speaking Is tlunal. employmenl. of elver.Lear. Land 0' Lass their rvuntrr. with a special| .
and wUn *a CII Itself to the rememtiranre of t.ur late'
the U.N. charter perhaps greater mote
power
culture but cooperating with Peter 1s Instead a vicar of
vigor, vitality and tnjulfeinents Our laity Df the. HoMryFather PreMnt John K
each other to preserve the the authority of Christ grants to the assembly, to beautiful, certainly more Now Kennetly
make financial assessmentson orderly and calm, because of of the .tk that Isiloite Ak.>ylu. l>ree.man --...-- -. ...
"ChrUl lives In the poor toreceive all the members the degree of maturity and ,\\"n\\n\\"" here* flout. announce that" father

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reD The Florida Catholic, Friday, Nov 20, 1961

,:J': .;t'.r.: Father exemplifies charity I
Holy
I I ,..... : .i\ ,.'

Third session of Vatican \I ,... tiara I
by donating personal to poor


Council to end this week \ By Father John P. Donnelly celebration displaced normal

..... ..' NCWC News Service dally session of the ecumenIcal
.
(Cc-.ll-.it4 ...... ,.(. I) well as for families and the :: '.. council.
Hone other than Christ who ; VATICAN CITY Mindful of the recent council dis

described Himself! as the way, Church itself." missions of world poverty Pope Paul VI In a dramatic Concelebrating the liturgy
Archbishop of New with Patriarch Maxlmos
the truth and the light, that Cody 2.I' > ,., gesture laid his precious tiara on the altar of St. Peter's were
Orleans who spoke in the 13 other Eastern rite prelates
the truth they see Is the name of several Americanand AJ and announced it would be sold and the money given to Including Byzantine rite

truth which the Sacred Scriptures other Bishops .Is a member : : ; the poor. Bishop Nicholas T Elko of
declare will make us The the end of the November 13
of the commission which Pope's act came at Pittsburgh an d Ukrainianrite

free.Lastly, Cardinal flitter drafted the document and ; : ,: :; celebration of the Divine Liturgy (Mass) of the Byzan Archbishop Maxim Her

president of the National tine rite in which the Bishop of Rome had participated manluk C.SS.R., of Winnipeg,
asked that the document emphaslze > Catholic Educational Associa '!; ; : : ... 'c.L.:! :Manitoba.The .
the fact that Catholic ; ii''i' : ." together with almost all the Cardinals, more than 1000
schools by their nature "muht tion.Archbishop '; council Fathers, and many Pope Patriarch of the
be of subHtantlal benefit Cody noted that Priests and had been heard frequently West, presided from h 11

the entire community where to today expenditures the greatest are for national defense : : : The impact laity.of the gesture speeches.during The recent Church council has always throne ica's high in front altar. of He the wore basil a
and it : :
to :
they serve society : ; was Initially greeted by unbelieving
self" and education, which shows ( ::; silence when Arch demonstrated its love miter. The tiara although

Catholic schools. do not the importance of this docu. ; bishop Perlcle Feud, the for the poor and underprivileged carried as usual. in the papal

exist he said, to serve "nar ment to the world. council secretary general, announced he said, and thus has procession was not worn in
followed the
sectarian teaching: and the course of the ceremonies!
It. Then
row purposes nor The Church carries on its the "hol.conrr.gaUon
example of her divine Founder as it is used. only during solemn
to protect the selfish Interests teaching mission| and the in St. Peter'iburst
of the Church Rather schema reflects this mission, into wild applause. who "although being rich papal functions of a
they stand as an expressionof be said Archbishop Fellci spoke of made Himself poor so that nonllturgical nature.

the free choice and liberal the references to hunger and from His poverty we might After the liturgy Tope

sacrifice not only of parents It would be offensive to ,. misery In the world which attain true riches. For this Paul carried the tiara front
Priests, Religious and laymenand reason the Church Is called
but of Priests, Religious and
his throne
1 to place It on the
all those in the Catholic the mother of the poor, of
devoted laymen and lay women *
Urge altar
used
temporary
educational field if the council Pope warns about the afflicted of the underprivileged
for God and
country as After Barry Founders' Day Mass for the Byzantine rite service.
of the
did not speak out on the needy and

Nine killed subject he said. The declaration false rumors unhappy. Then after embracing 86
on
Barry College's surviving founder, lab in Orlando and :Miss Lisa Peters .
will come as a joy to ,.ar-old Patriarch Maxlmos
Monsignor William Barry P.A. of Mlof River Monsignor of. Panl VI, vicar of Christ
Crystal Barry
VS. Catholics he df'Cwr.d.Inclutiln the In
went
birth Pope processionto
by Vietcong the 161,000 Priests, ami Beach talks with Miss Jane Counl- fered the Founders' Day Mass In Mi- control and head of Fellrl the Church" the basilica's chapel of St.Wenceslaus .

Brothers, Sisters and lay han of St. Petersburg Beach, Miss ami last week. (C..ll...4 lt.m ,... I) "bu.IrrbbUhop wished\ to give continued new *!It. where he blessed

during MassBy teachers engaged in the field. Frances Dometree of St. Charles' par. described as a practice example ness of this two mosaics newly installed
(charity offering
..- ." ---- --- -.. -. of collegiality, the his at either side of the chapel
Father J'alrUk ()'('onnnr Convention hearsWest Tope told the Bishop to put "personal tiara to the altar. Designed l by Michel

ft.tir.OV (S(') Vlelcong NCCW praised on their skull caps becauseof poor. angelo Bedlnl and made In

Communist fired rifle grenades the coldness! of the eve Then Pope Paul himself, the Vatican mosaic studio

and two mortar rounds' for ning. Normally it .Is customary placed on the altar the bullet the new mosaics depict the
Into a Catholic church during now facing new challengein selecting only for Cardinals to ..haped tiara which the works of Sts. Cyril and Meth

Sunday MUM on November wear skull caps In the Pope's people of Milan had had made onus, the ninth-century apostles
15 killing nine persona and duty to end global theme on council presence. for him, their former Arch to the Slavs.
wounding 1 Ifl. It was the country poverty Taking his place on the bishop. The Pope then embraced
village church In Fhuoc If......*4 .... pass I) throne in the ClementineHall Melklte Patriarch The gift of Czechoslovak
Vlnh about 60 miles north of WASHINGTON (NC) -The modern world is facing Ideological founder of coma the modern "'orld.- Archbishop Pope Paul listened to Maxlmos( IV Salgh of Anti. nationals! living abroad the

Saigon. a wholly new situation in regard to affluence and pov munlsm, could be regardedas Bins declared. brief tributes by FrancU Car. och who had led in the con- Mosaics were donated under

The parishioners are refugees city-and this situation present western Christianswith "the last of the Jewlllhprophfta" dinal Spellman of New York celebration of the J just-con the patronage of the Czech.
Archbishop Patrick I A. Slovak council Fathers to
from North Vietnam. voicing outrage at
speaking for the American eluded Eucharistic meaL
a wholly new challenge to action, British economist
of Washington host commemorate the 11th
Their parish Priest likewise exploitation of the poor. O'Bojle hierarchy, and Paul Cardinal centenary
Barbara Ward has said to the convention welcomedthe The occasion was the celebration of the beginning of
from the north is aged 77. forts to aid the underdeveloped While the West's sense of Leger of Montreal for the
here. she said. responsibility has advancedover SOOO delegates in his message Canadian of the Eastern the saints' apostolate In
The congregation attending/ Miss Ward (Lady Robert what It was In Marx's and said, "Our Catholic Churches' main feist of St. Greater Moravia. The Czechoslovak
the usual! Hnnday Mass! In Jackson), an editor and au. MM Ward defended the time she said neverthelesseven women of the United States Pope Pail spoke first In John Chrysostom, flfthcen- council Fathers were

eluded memlwra of the localVietnamese thor said that for the first idea of foreign a""l,,lanre on today many are "Igno have made and are making a English, sad then !I. French. tury Bishop of Constantinopleand present In the chapel for the

srlf-de'en rnrp time in history the InduHtrl- gronnd hold of self-interest rant" about the plight of the remarkable contribution to T. the America. Rlnhops he a doctor of the Church. ceremony along with other
as well a. ordinary civilianparUhloners. allied western nations 1101I' and fhrlntlan rex>nIMIIty. poor the life of the Church and to repressed his admiration and (The Western Church celebrates Bishops of Czechoslovak, Bo

sewed the resources to eradicate She out that western the welfare of their country appreciation for the seal I and his feast on January hemlan or Slovak origin and
global )poverty pointed In faring. the problem of Your Influence Is being felt vitality of American Catholics. %7.) Because of the length of representatives of the Urge
Five of those killed and colonialism Involving
fMitertr, she Hid nn tndlvldw in many areas of life today, the liturgy, the November 13 Czechoslovak colony Rome.
\Vs have the
of the resources, ws
seven wounded I le at times exploitation and .
r first duty a. n Cbria.lira Indeed In almost facet
longed to this local defense have the skills, she declared, racism-has left a residueof every Referring to family limitation
/ U to bo convinced that of life.
unit. The rest of the victims and thus the response of theWest resentment In many former problem, he told themto
can do something aboutIt. Two citations for public SCHOOLSROSARIAN
were civilians. All were Viet whether action or Inaction colonial countries. ." correct false rumors of
service the
nlm,.... ts truly a matter of Communist appeals find were presented to what is being done In RomeIn
NCCW during the convention.
Father (Capt.) Joseph P moral choice and mural will. "an echo In local ears" and She said the appropriateresismse regards to this.
Mrs Joseph McCarthy,
Mulhern OP., \1. R. Army Miss Ward spoke at a gen "an element of bitterness has ( to claims by congreHsmen awards He cautioned that the ACADEMY
president accepted on
i chaplain from Worcester, cyst session' of the 32nd national lawn added to the frustration that the United Church must proceed slowly Reddest and dar school' for gills en aheret .f beautiful
behalf of the organization
Massachusetts, making his convention of the National of Wing, semi'modernized," States will bankrupt Itself In the matter and that proper Lake. Worth. Grades eat to twelve. Fully accredited. :\.whnlMlsfs.
Sunday; rounds to any Mans Council of Catholic she said. Nonwestern peoples by Its aid programs U "a from representatives of the commissions are studying All sports. mn.lc, art. dramatics Directed .J
for American ,,,Icemen, arrived Women on the theme "!><) she warned!, look at the horse laugh. American Cancer Society and various aspects of the matter. aUters' of ,,,. Dominic./ For catalog' address: Registrar

on an airfield near the Owl's Charlt.fillI- .fn. West with "envy and often At the same time, she said, the The Treasury Cancer Department Society cited Noting that It .la a matter of KOS.IRIAX ACADEMY \\KST: PALM BaUCK:

church anon after the incident \entlun theme was "Vatican anger." there Is a "special Christian the federation for Its nationwide concern for many, he said he
The helicopter that Council II and \'"uSlim.. Moreover, she continued, obligation of hope" to counteract work through diocesan trusted that good sense would
Of
The Names
'brought hint 1 Iwrame a flying' KXO( persons attended.In the Judaeo-ChrUtlan traditionhas tendencies to Impatience prevail Academy Holy

ambulant to take some of the past ;3D or 40) years always felt "absolute and despair when aid The Treasury honored the He singled out American Resident and day school for ,,iris. Grades' tot fo twelve. Fully

I the Bounded to a hnsjtltal.He the Industrialized) western nations outrage" at situations where programs do not turn out to NCCW for Us support of" the Catholic teal, for schools and tccrsdittd. Program" includes: college, prsparafory and genet
helped In ministering to have made a break the rich fall to help, the poor b Immediately successful. United States savings bondprogram. paid tribute both to the hierarchy court, moat, art and tporh. Conducted by Sldon sf the Holy
I them. They Included twobadly through t to sustained wealth. From this point of view, she There la need for a ".UII. and the American laity Namei. 3319 laytKors loulevard, Tannpa' Florida.
wounded children a, a fours ..Uon for their ef- remarked., Karl' Marx( the talned effort" In the area of for their efforts In the field

foreign aid extending over School aid In speaking t. the Canadians .
many years, she concluded
the Pope spoke somewhat "
CATHOLICS OF FLORIDANOW hw: YORK (.NO) -The .
briefly At the end (
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