The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1964
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
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50 no. a year[ former -]
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Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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T1.gf1orfJa Congress in' India occasionof

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VOL. XXVI, No. 6 Orlando, Florid. Friday, December 11, 1961 10. s"' yet,' KOMK (NC) Pope l'aut1., the man who called

himself a "pilgrim of peace" is back in Rome following

F # a trip to Bombay India .where. he met with a reception I

t w such aa no pilgrim has received' In the history of the

Eucharistic fasting v t world.For

four days and three nights, the 67-year-oM Pontiff

met with the .people of India -rich people poor people

young people, old people) !, statesmen and religious

reduced to one hourVATICAN and leaders Buddhists Catholics,wherever Protestants Jews, Orthodox Hindu

ami vaster diffusion of the
he went he was. greeted' by 'f.
CITY (NC)-Publishing an official inter- wise temperance and mode cheering' crowds. Gospel
'N.\er before have we felt
pretation of Pope Paul VTs recent relaxation of the rratloa which mart always
trw devotion to ,Home was alight "'IthtOrC'h. In our hearts an wt do todaythat

Eucharistic fast, the Vatican City newspaper, L'Osserva the accompany KwharUk: '' .. and crowd for thtPope' the Church wilt not bt

tore Romano declared that it went into effect Immediate. arrival II. wa met at able to fulfill faithfully thewill
The reminder ta all the the airport by"I PremierPietro of Christ Ita divine
after ita
ly announcement and that it includes alcoholic
more necessary regarding Nennt and a large Founder, unltat It becomes
beverage u well u fooda and liquids. cohol since i Christian com 0Y number of preUte-nOar. \fr Italy missionary unless It

The Pope made the announcement of the change durIng mon sense teaches us that r.1D\flk.t [\t'''"
the closing ceremonies of the ecumenical council's the mind must not he troubled Pope. \ : ..,.nn'th: by word and ox.1f -

third session. The new regulations reduce the fast before spiritual disposition crowd at IhJ fliotrl\* ) \ 1.. all'above all by en

Communion from three hours to one hour for both must not he diminished kl I. IndU' vl-tjU .kf*r thai Irving Into charitable and
"II look place .U the .IrradUI.l .
which brotherly dUtagut" with
Priests and faithful. are necessary for a men
aew.paper ("0......... "the reverential contact with N l big tight which emanate. buth far, and near, as U the
The newspaper said that from In.* lilIC'h.rl.'k: my*. most lively desire! cf
the Immediate effectiveness t'hMrrti etperU from her sons Christ In the Eucharist'Shortened your
lerjf, llollneta'*
of the, law was a departure

from the usual custom of allowing fast allows alt was s meeting which In ,..|H.n.. .. Cardinal

a time la put between has attended Itself lo all the rtifcirda'i" Mrdtime, Pap

the announcement of a new Immense expanse of India rn| *aM h* .had "wltnewedan

law and itt effective date. liquids as well as solids and beyond to all the regions exceptional, .|..<...ft.*..
rf the mysterious and distant
_n* .,lhl say Mlracalon

The Vatican. City dally did DAVENPORT.: Iowa (NO) -The fact that the new hast to Its wise. and patient phewomenon", I I. I.....
Hot cite the Mtnrre. of the official humble and generous people.
Interpretation.. It ram one-hour fast before Communion applies to alcoholic bee W r to this lay Illuminated by nil continued:

from the Confrriatlow of the underlines ( the of their .
erages "the responsibility of the Individual to rays ancient civ.llliatlona Testimony must bt liven
lluljr. Office, arrordlng to the1'atfaa and Mlblr.trh..1tmurd
be well prepared" for Communion the "Question Box"author 1 yet U what has beta irconvplUheil
of fire.Kxpremilng .
press the conquest of progra '
there for rtnlurte by
said here
this week. and of the sortI a tinder. "
tht pastoral Monsignor J. D. Conway said the relaxation of the tie aald. feorle apwodlaThis. pmplt,
concern of Pope Paul, LOn* endless. throng of them, ham
nervatore Romano sal the Communion fast "leaves it up to the individual conscience All along Iht freeway. sal besting stag. the path of the

decision was made "follow. rather than Imposing a law" to determine whether' a .ner. the highway between air hwnMt Hnrtor of peter,

ing a period of cautious experimentation son U properly preparedto l receive holy Commune stations, h. derUred. a* ladlvtdnal t..piwl| | Mercedes stopped ..>
during the respect
past "...
.t .",rel.1..
decade after the promulgation ion. try fE lit riukl greet Prlert avid "M't art gel I of this, but
own Indhldnal roa.ri.ace"to
of the (papal decree), Monsignor Conway falihhil of tht parishes I aWn" mindful' of the extent of
pastorof deride whether he U
properly thrush which ht |.
the apostolic constitution paesot.After new duties and rpnnlr
St. Mary's church here. U prepared. lo twelve llnlyommnnlon "
Chrlntua Domlnua on January official! or prekldlng judgeof ( after drinking i "r a short ceremony In lit*. Chtf' efforts will have to

a, 1953. and the motu the Davenport diocesan alcoholic. h.rrraies.Monsignor e fit I"t.,'. Square witnessed| bt proportionals to both M

proprlo. Sacra Communlo, on tribunal the diocesan court. 1 liv a crowd.. of IMnn,, the that wt may be stoat to the

March 19. 1VX; He !ls the author of several I Conway remarked I'
The first of then documents books Including "...cta of that pinto the lloly peer s few minutes' later at nf w' along 'h... paths

gave permission for the Kalth and "What They Set has not made any dUtlra. the window of his apartment ciptnoil .lo the brother hoixl of

evening Masses and reduced Ask About Moral*,* and lion among different kind 0'.k'Ohollc tit bleo* the crowd tn the all men, HX>* of God" the

fasting regulations. for receiving writes. a syndicated weekly beverages In relaxIng "I'|'iur* below. I'or.tlff salt

Holy Communion at for a number of Catholic the rule, no ant .... bu Queen City of East greets Pope After the "tI"YnQtll.ws In 1'L Wkal t r.*"...... 01.lt 11IhereMc
ucK Maes from the previous newspapers the authority to limit the Peter's xiuart, the Il>t>t wnt
midnight to three hours permisilon by paying, for The greatest event ever witnessed' In In for four days from Vatican City.Kwrywhtrw up to trio. ctmaUtnrlal hall, .|pr..at.. het| .. |' lethe
< hnrrh U IhU M menUfWt
prior to MUll for solid food M* made kite oooi Meal* owth example' that It appllt only Bombay, thai Quests CUa .*>t the East! ht ""nt. he saw evMmct wh. ..y."a l CapllrwiU nf. )

and alcohol! and eM hour new f...,., regulation. to oomt alcoholic beverage* brought together more than 120,000 of the hospitality the o/flclala. and 7; fkialy; uwp. .ad .ltlotbsnla .. ahalt anpruach It with f.
for liquids Water was mad .. ssi Interview with the and not to others. people for the opening of the SAth international Just plain( peoj-l, such as thoM pictured l>rfVi>ur:4 "hvmuity'srhl nan*

completely exempt. from the >CWC stews ftertlrt. Papal audiences ) Rucnaristte Congress Congress. her* giving him warm and enthuslsstle .f (ardlnK lat, Mait f leleppe oii. 'WI 11nd..i'0 e.f I fruit, ...Un, ...,.....U, hap..kwU.

law.Tht Monslgnor Conway toted, During the Congr*** staged in welcomt. Ml' (lI'Mrd. oat of lha sit ,In every way l') our
latter. document VATI\* railing, and f./1hful.yen/ t*
extended \ cmro< >
that -
quite apart from the the heart of the city Pop Paul VI new (>rdloa.HIh.|M, welcomed.
the same regulation toan The Vatican announced that Iht sheiMIn of blind" as
question of faatlng a .. .
person -- ---- -- the tVft tad aerUlmed hi
---- -- -
Masses. must be beginning this week Pops' I tow who Join Iht Sacral=
well prepared and >,.,...,, .
"Jfffobjection U made to Paul Via weekly general) audience ("'.... A{ Cenlinsic. art erIIMm1ot
properly disputed If he In to
the moderate use. of alcoholic rerelvt Communion worthily. on Wednesdays will ht Work hard obey don't waste time "All of till ,have the pUnt. .

beverage." L'Owerratort Ronuno held at n<>on Previously they hip of IKaftktog Iht rtlvlnaHod ohoM a.H> seek. lo I.less. ...

stated, "vlnrt I In many "" a person has been drink. had been held at 11 am but *4n..f M Mtrt. rats .to. iht"- n.a4 ato>s i'i I <'e

countries. they are part of the Ing to s C'nllllkiforabl. extent during tbe ecumenical' ,t,

meal or are a matter of nor Kt la certainly not well they were scheduled. It. .....,t.... aces for hvlng to ...**...... taortHnr* ", ''it

oral hoNplUllty."On pared ht M kt. pre pm because* of the mooing Hjr Mnwr: VMI r..plettIn.U' ,ps.HI.o ., Iht lodlati peep hosT. ....." peMUee. ..1 i ya.,' IM will. of roe l""'r.l, Hi Ilit iff" I"\\I

council meeting, i In Bt Peter s totroM f*.m>n.l Mil. hfm.f rmft. s wi"*mi III Siee
th. other ....." tile fader the sew. fxilug reg Maalltra. '' ) < (CNC) A touching display tit human )lit ..nt: /1/-/ spot fCI M I w. ta* ... ... full .*f P fI k4
warmth and tenderness marked the fa pled attwttult '
-Wt Mt a... t4 tM kwgaH -I f am hippy. < 1. are 5.4 kf..nl by I l
of Pope. ."1111 oo tht third day of his for-dsy Ordination fWetMM h s4 ey trl thotHsrvti M the S+o..4 *H that wt
in St. Peter'sto rembeV 2-51. visit to India. but .. the .
Kaily Friday morning ( I*) I......., evai >*ttUy have umrfortlanil well'''' peo. 'w tSals. IM steppes
I ht gave first Holy Communion to 22 small orphan boys. ,tH. Ttm- the A|.>*llt. found lflfleofwt. of y wrtm heal. N the ,,.,,..,..1./ .. hurl,

Afterwards he went to the orphanage ton' a simple who MiwtlfM lit ail l l-y his > 'lft.| that wt .dope and wore M |re.toi| other ..ffVet4t '>

give Diocese PriestJ breakfast of bun. fruit. and i j-f.-hltl' aiw| .14 s..ua. leas.fy Wlaty, 11IM. yaw of the< n* *M eurtA, lit

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Two DIe Florida Catholic, Friday, Dee. 11, 196&

r ." .. Pope tells of Church's

Florida Reports

,. role as living communityVATICAN
Jacksonville St. Petersburg i ,' "1, ,y'' i

Sacred Heart st. Joseph Manor 1 CITY (NC) "The Church b not a Church; the. Charrh has sa

Final arrangements will be Dedication of the new Sacred museum of remembrance; it Is a living community," ere and heart lor everything. .

announced for the upcomingNew Heart statue was recently .. Pope Paul VI told his last week'- general audience.He ."
held on the Infirmary w
Year'i Eve dance at the
.7' br, r referred generally to the work of the ecumenical
grounds of St Joseph's n w
December 15 meeting of the The fact of the Church's
Sacred Heart Guild The Manor, St Petersburg The council and particularly to its schema on the Church in activity the temporal order

dance will be held at the Friday shrine was blessed by Monsignor the modern world scheduled to be completed at the should bring trust to the

musicale from 9 p.m. until Patrick Tralnor of fourth council aeaalon. faithful, he said. "But trust is
2 a m. Mrs Jacque Jacob, Catholic Charities assisted by .. The Church," Pope Paul In the secrecy of faithful not enough. If the Impression
chairman for the dance, hat Father Frank Goodman and said, "la. not detached from hearts as In Its vast expanse of the actuality of the

announced that a buffet din. Monslgnor Joseph Charest of the historical and social and world organization and Church genuine It will
ner, dancing to Cap p y '. Holy( Name parish In Gulf reality In which we live. On in great world problems also Inspire desire to particI--

Combo and other entertain. port 1-... : the contrary, it help us to "You have noticed how fsr- pate In this actuality .
ment are Included In the eve The completed outdoor ,,P ..... understand this reality and reaching, how animated and Each of us must be healthyand

nlng at a cost of (7-50 Jf shrine honoring the Sacred : 10, to react to it 64 men and penetrating hate .been the active, not dead or sickor
Heart was a wish realized for 11" Christiana It does discussions ",'hleh'ttle: council
couple. Ticket and reservations .. I e not restrict : an Inert member of this
may be obtained through the administrator, Mica Mary JI. the horizons of human conducted. These, we Mystical Body.

Mrs. Jacobs and her commit. A. Qlllan, who has plannedIt t:4': Interests, but on the contrary hope, will lead In the end: :. "The life of the Church

tee as a project for over two it can happen that It during-: the next fourth session thus shows Its activity, Its
to the document which
KofO years at the manor. The widens these horizons too Intensity. It calls each member
guest and friends of St. Jo much, thus presenting the deals with the Church in Its to understand Its

The Northslde (Council(f07, seph's Manor made It pos .,'.... souls of Its pupils with Immensely relations with the content Its fortune, to dignityand sympathize
Knights of columbus, held porary world.
bible great unlvenalquestions.
with its and
an open meeting on December "
1 at Holy Rosary parish The blessing! ceremony was Sacred Heart statue blessed There. Is no rasestlal. aspect to promote its developmentand
largely attended by friends of
of human lira which its beneficial effectiveness
hall Father John J. Lenlhanof One of the ImpreMtoas ex.perlenred .
St. Patrick parish was the St the Joseph's Manor and Manor members Auxiliary.of Monsignor Patrick J. Tralnor, home for the aged operated by the during a papalaadlenre. escapee<< the attention of tha ," Pope Paul said.

principal ipeaker. Father Benediction of the Most chairman of the board of CatholicCharities Diocese: la. enhanced with this addi Pop Pail said I*

of Lenlhan Rome that ahowed were color taken slides dui Blessed Sacrament was given In the Diocese of St. Augustine tion. Infirmary guests can look out (that Tiarrh.of"the "arta.llijr of tae Priest theologian cites

Ing his recent visit. there Jq) the chapeL recently blessed the new outdoor windows to view the statue and others
The St Joseph Manor AuxIliary shrine to the Sacred Heart "The Church I Is here," he
Father Daniel Cullen of St. at residing In the home will find It a
21.15 Lakevlew Avenue said -It is alive and laymen's mission to world
Patrick parish and Father South, St. Petersburg, will Joseph Manor In St. Petersburg The beauty spot for meditation. active
John J. Gunter of Holy Ron-
ary also attended.A have a dessert card party oniecember gratefully received 1 sine they Priest mourned DAlTON, Ohio (NC) Catholic laymen have a
Jfl at 1 Mrs.
roast turkey dinner wa e Here most needed Devotion "God-given mission to bear witness to Jesus Christ" in
James .
to Our
Henry will
act u Lady HOl'TII BKMi (XC) -Father
carved by George S, Corey. chairman please bring your Plans are icing made for a Joseph A. Maguire the world around them. one of the experts at the ecumenical .

own cards, sponsors ask dessert card party to be heldin CJSC. 03, oldest Holy Cross council has de-
Into the world
January Father Edward ts thelayman'
St. continues Bishop Priest at the University of clared here.
St. Petersburg Raphael Mulligan, thanked the ladles says world and there to
St Raphael Women's Guild, for their support during the Notre Dame, died here on This mission cannot be bear witness. to the Christ
will hold a card party on December year and wished them all the PJIIIADf.PIIIA: (NC) Bishop Thomas J, Me. December 1. He headed theuniversity's taken lightly," Father Eugene life within him, this missionIs

16 at the parish social blessings of the Christmas Donough of Savannah, speaking here at Mary's Central chemistry department It. Maly, Scripture professor restricted and confined
RENT A CAR hall Mrs John Dores Is !In season, Shrine on November 27, told the congregation that devotions from 1897 to 1920. He at Mount St. Mary's only) by the response that

charge of reservations. For St. Jude honoring Our Lady are to be sustained in the Lit' was having generally credited with Seminary, Cincinnati, and each Christian layman Li
persuaded Knute
!EASE Information and reservationscall The Women's K. council theologian, said In willing to make to the divine
of St. urgical life of Catholics. Rockne, later Notre Dame's
rout CU !ROM : 0914200. Jude parish will hold their among others have been men. the keynote address to a con. grace within him," Father
famous football
TransfigurationThe annual Christmas Bishop McDonough said, referring tioned. coach, to remain ventlon last week of the Cincinnati Maly said.
party on
to the Second V.lIcanCouncil' "Many devotees of Our a chemistry instructor archdiocesan councilof Effectiveness In this mission
annual Christmas 14 at 8 There
Gl BCRENiAIL party p.m. after his. graduation. Another
O followed the December meetIng will be entertainment by the decree on liturgy: Lady of the Miraculous Medal of his students, Father Julius Catholic men. he added requires "ma

of the Women's Guild of Mary Help of Christians boy's The Constitution on the have axked: 'Is the' novena to A. Nleuwland. developed the Father Maly said the council turity in Catholic thoughtand

I 1 t 3 TEAL Transfiguration Church. SanIn choir and band. Refreshmentswill Sacred Liturgy mentions sp- lie suppiessed? Thanks b* formula for synthetic! rubber Fathers were concernedthat spirituality.
1i IEASES Claus paid a surprise visit be "rY J. Each guest 1 Is elf lea I ly the retention of popular to God, no such untoward action Father Maguire, who was the "canonical mtalon" These can be developed
and. ChrUtmas gifts were exchanged requested to bring an unwrapped Is contemplated 1Jeotlon ordained In JKW formerlywas of laymen by which the only by a more intensive appreciation
MMM DON MI( MUD IH-JI7J devotions which are 'inaccord to Mary must be sustained Church of the developing
the gift for "channels the
by ladles.A a boy or girl. president of St Edward expresaion
ill MM unit faun4W
with the
laws and
and Increased."Sbs faith of
Christmas sale will b* These gifts will he dlstrlhUlrd University, Austin, Texas of the Christian's witness the Church and by a
norms of the Church
licUl In the social hall after to needy Children. (U oar moot powerful and was superior of Holy' along l predeterminedlines" growth" In liturgical spirituality

all Masses Sunday, Decemtier "In fact, It slates that such Inlerreseor. before the throne Cross Community House here In the Catholic action, he declared.
11 Various handmade articles Orlandost. devotion 'ar I Ce he highly of nod. when It was a campus residence should not obscure the God-
S suitable for holiday Charles commended' for Priests and Broth. given mission on which It la
giving and decorating will boavailable. The St Charles. Parish Bishop McDunough continued era based.. St.
Council>> and( Holy Name Society "Much emphaalJ and jut : The basic mission of every

Mrs Josephine Sn'der.thaltm.n will hold Its annual social tifiably, has been put upon "Unquestionably, the devotion Christian. he declared .Is derived
of the rosary making evening of Christmas music the sacred liturgy with lwrtlcular of Our Lady of the Miraculous Coadjutor from "the very natureof
group, reported that :3 Jt<>0rosaries and Christmas programfor reference to the Sac- Metal harmonizes with the Christian's life In
were made this adults on December 13 atC rifle of the Mass (and) the norms and laws of the succeedsin Christ his Incorporationinto Edouard C. Craig

month and tent to the marlan p m. In the social hall Th the Implementation of the Church The* prayers the Mystical I Body of Centrecter MM! DtsritorC
apostolat la Wl acknowledgement ,fctated that the men's choir and the sole purpose of brlngtn ;iyl.amah I, 1111 ImmaculateMother Oslo see fee
these rosarlM' have ;been ladles'' choral. group under you and m* cloner to Cal provide for a fuller If. aVflaedYh. beck fhrl*. Vies M.l.l .amb 1
the direction of Dr. and Mrs vary""lI'lth iwrtlclpatlon In the liturgicallife VATirtV CITY (N(') tiara mission M b+lag "Ik! and" Mewls Tiles
Ray Olech.' There will b* music the promulgation: of of the Church." Pose Paul VI announced on missies. to bear wits,. 1. tlM4tft St. S*. 347-4181
0'! ALPINEThe for dancing from 0TO:: to the Constitution on the Sacred The Bishop, who was formerly November 23 the retirementof Jesus (hrM which every

all new i Nunina: Hm It p.m. by the Joseph Krus l Liturgy, which highlighted auxiliary In the Dlo 73-year-old Bishop Jacques. krUlUa irqilrrn' {la the
for the finish fa Nurtinf Unnkl Combo. the Mass," he wenton tee. of St Augustine, was the Mangers 8M, of Oslo and his Urrameat of BnptNrn and Holy Name Church
CALL 898-1111 Horn Car. "It was concluded by speaker at the Philadelphia succession as head of the which. U frfIsed la the
"7.Un Lake Wales some, although erroneously, observance of the apparition Catholic Church In southern Sacrament of Confirmation. JACKSON'SSHOES

.. Oil Hut HetdqwirferelAi 14SI 2lit Ave. South Holy Spirit that other devotions were to anniversary observed by Norway by a native" Norwegian This basic
lmstl< Delivery. The Club of ('IIthollc"OIn.. be discouraged or dlicon- Daughters of Charity. Th Bishop John Wlllen stated Is "prior" to the, *
rmpl dependable l en held a Christmas sliver tlnued. The recitation of the m..C'C1'Irlln appeared' to Cnn O.C.8.0.lJuhop called canonical so-
service tea last week honoring the rosary the stations of the !St= itherlne !labour at theirt Mangers, who was Is "given directly by Coil.and DON BARDELLA
Sisters of Nt Dominic who cross May and October devotloius invent at Rue du Bc in horn In Luxembourg, was MaacgeeNI
teoe and special no\'tlUlS. 1'trl 1"| : sent to Norway By its very nature as a
a t.I1.1 Ml William ArademyTh years ago. as a missionary
.. tea was h.Iollit the home shortly after his ordination positive charge to 'o forth I C nW Arv MMIffFt
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Mary lUrrlngton, ant Mrs. rtir Calvary Cemetery
,.. .. .. ... .. ., ... .,... ,., 4441 t* Street, N.rfKJ. lyuns. The hostess rvmmltIf < Vt
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In England WalesHierarchy's

Father O'Carroll .

Advent pastoral asks

( Offertory procession brings back :

! cooperation in Enalish liturayLONDON'

I early Christians' ,
Mass customFather '(NC) -The Catholic Bishop of Englandand after a little while the impactof

Wales in their Advent pastoral letters have urged the English will make li

cf the Diocesan Patrick J. O'Carroll of Rock1 ie. a member wine and the clbortum are their people to cooperate willingly in the ivw liturgical self felt. You will be hear

Liturgical Commission has commented brought through the church changes. ing parts of the Scriptures .
u follows on the new liturgy: in procession by the altar has to pay the price. And the you may never have heard '

boys. Meanwhile, a hymn is Their letters were read at price Is an army of decorators before and I am sure you will ;
ON November 29, 1964. the first Sunday of the litur- sung by the congregation Massed In which for the tint squatting apparently 'In appreciate, be It little by little ,t

gical year congregations throughout the entire The hymns for( the Offertory 1\\ time English was substituted every room Tilt whole the motives which have
for Latin in
world were introduced to what prayers house seems to be in turmoil caused the Church to make
are perhaps: the most as contained in the and Scripture readings j,
significant changes of the liturgical renewal. The pur- Peoples' Mass Book are expresslv Archbishop John C. Heenan lam sure many of us this big change. I think In ;

pose of this renewal to render the liturgy more mean. of the meaning of of Westminster, said about have similar thought when the end it will prove Us own i oK

Ingful to the faithful and to foster these gift: for example; the introduction of English/ we hear that an army of vernacular worth. l'l'I
greater participation
decorators li to rteNcend Bishop<< Cyril Rectleaut! : of
en the part of the laitv. ia 1 "What Thou gayest us forthe j into the Nasa; I
taking on us and net the whole Plymouth said: "Of course J
effectively demo'D.Itrated "Some of you may not like ..
"Now Church in turmoil. Borne people are upset about
as works of human
this. But da not .
by these changes. making "Many of us attending these alterations The
Many of the of 1 in a few weeks you will be Sunday Masa have been change in the Maaa not
prayers the Father "Let us. Lord, give back to c quite used to the change spectators are
Maw are now recited by the The f ," the Archbishop noted."God only for our benefit but for
Do not be afraid
people together with the Patrick J. "Let us. Lord, give back taThee. of saying U too good for IM. H* our children and all those
th* prayers with .n the other
Priest in the vernacular. ." gives u* IIcramnts'hl hare who in the future we hope Irwill
OCarroHimportant people In the church In a
Congregational singing Is Introduced Whether the Offertory alld even though w* areunconscious com Into the Church.
procession few weeks Um. you will\ b*
and encouraged on is carried out in any able to out loud without and a Mass inwhkh lie
pray "W. want the Mass to
a large teal. H* still dies for ui
particular church or omitted feeling shy When the po- fail of ......Iar for aU," b*
The tnranlng of the Offrr- at the discretion of the pastor, pie are praying together the even though we don't notice emph*.l..<.l.Dlahop l.
It. It U
tory of the )Ears I. brought part of the Mass it is important for us to keep Mass. will b* teen for whatit our hop that numerous
was retained. By the collection continually before our eyes li good people who have \ Geoig Drunner <>fMlddtabrough
clearly before tau nU4i really -a family occa
or the the modern substitutefor the significance of the offering sion.1* lived for many a long year advised: "Tryto

Offertory congregation..loa by th. the former gifts, and by of the bread and '\VIne. Archbishop Heenan and In this liturgical house rf remember that you' are
prore and< the
the wine and water served by prayer may suddenly with the taking p.rIn the beginning
logins .f th Offertory the altar AV* offer OBivelve to Almighty some ethr UUbop had not new decorations notice features .
boys in of
their behalf a great revival within the
by to this
mo the congregation realized God together with yet country, which! they have Church. Catholics of the pat
thr.. gift.. having gone from the ecumenical never noticed. *
that really *
Offertory procession they were offering In a council to the international envy you

like many of the other recent themselves to Almighty God We offer our dally life, its : KucharUUe CongressIn Archbishop Francis flrlm- Papal visit hope

changes. Is a restoration together Ith these gifts. Silently toll and its sweat, its burden when he Bombay shaw of Drlmlnghatn said;

rather than an innovation. It they prayed: and Its tears. Bread is the at the Cbaag I. a* 1"l'apIIIII.( 1110 DK JINKIHO: (NOChurch -

was the custom-in early "In a humble spirit and a symbol of human life, of llf. charlatic .trrhhUkop. Jokn Murphy part .( kiM.a Uff. The authorltle In Uraili

times in the history of the contrite heart may "'e be that can only be supportedby *f (rttirt MM' ; fkarrfc. tkfrelore, keeping InUct are continuing their effortsto

Church-for Christians, accepted by You. 0 Lord and work Our life, our work \ *lf
whenever they gathered to may our nacrlflce so b* offered the goodness of G<.x| that topped ones house up to dAte one Mg". rust alwait b* ready. Rio for it* 400th anniversary

offer the Holy Sacrifice, to In Your sight this day makes our work: fruitful all t. adjust th* way she g/1ea celebration next year.
bring in procession to the aa to ple &"e you, 0 LoafGad" that is in the bread and wine It.* Archbishop. gebaatlann Baggl

altar gifts of bread and wine In laying them on the altar IWKDKX; ( .\ apoatdtlo nuncio to lira.

food clothing candles, money The Offertory procession Is in giving them to God, A fire roMicir cuts use ht ar. Archbishop Andrew Thick all' sakt her on his return
and alma for the poor. not of obligation In our Diocese w* do the moat sacred thinga IleriuKiett '.'.".' *. '*. ,**."*. sni.. A A, of Liverpool said; *\V* from Rom that he deliveredan
The procession In the but Li at the discretionof man can naturally do: w.* on Not : ,n.."..,..wall.. .r u.a.bH.uss11. Hied .sees. .ra et must remember that w* d., official invitation but thatIt
course of time the pastor. Where It is give our lives to .... not offer Man as Individuals was unknown whether thePope
was abandoned Cod we damage .. =;
but the spirit of this judged opportune to have this make them holy, we ak Him Twenty-eight { t ,,. ?.?, but a* a community would accept. A similar!

procession, the water and to accept and hallow them. led to safety | (*e Bevel ,..,,",. Archbishop. John King.I invitation was d.l1v.r by

-- Bin. nail N. ..k. .......11 Bishop of Portsmouth sake Jalm. Cardinal& d* iUrrus
JACKSONVILLEA4UM Communications MI4 Tk wild *\ul "I have a strong feeling that Camara of 11>>.
media said ; ."... M4. SWHI Ill Ik* --.- -
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nee communication .IM.I. T.t...< ........ H TM
media aa generating ". climate of liberty Vatican City .... T>MM* kiMU..Hr<
and respect, a universal vision of reality and the desire lore t Thai ., a.e14e1
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to participate actively in Individual and social progress." oak press """ Wklk*, A
Archbishop Andrea ran. technical .t.. .f Trl..M* zJ
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grazlo of GorilLa and Grad communicate press _. 1'ssnltr .........
STEAKS Uca. secretary of the Italian these with every means and I'fte In awl \klt*, ., Ik* {*.....
.... M sere ... TY5..1 with all speed so that men "In tad. %.>.(. i. ik* >.<_ _
7D HU' EpUcopal Conference's cum .
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mission for social communication may be In communicationwith press mUtt 1Masi ,..,... Ie IM 1:104
*, was addressing a three each other and finally accurate at & It k* ./ Ik* V..ln,

..A a tar clay meeting last week sponsored a cultural heritage accessible In the light ki.. Tsar WkMi.'rlll.Ik.* CVMki
by the Italian Catholic to all and offered a* a gift trinal Itlarr.'I> w., w... .........
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Action to atudjr media.Quot.1n& mUtt find\ Tb*) head i. ... .. y
nap w M lMU. RIn4 act Ibe .1.r _._
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Mae ,...... race Georg Hegel ((1T70- can b ... WM rM Hasa .. 14a t... BIshop' displayed/
..... .*> .er* to O&taenUl.. 1831)), who said that reading realised. that deapJU Teas set sae Hebel> lUahop,* thai llf. of Augustly V.rot.
.... which can be eras TN
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newspaper paid It the 114114' lint IlUhop tf fit. Augustine
wu displayed' with
Joseph Marl, Mgr the morning prayer of modem foe tk. eriMrBir C'O..rU' It. "th* ,., .1J. 1s4 e4bwah ,
other books? at the book fair In Winter
353-7419 man.* Archbishop Pan- 'flfTH om r.M...14-...... weekly 4 11. .....a5ae sponsored
234 grazio stressed the -Mia set comutut a V..iHr.. "(.. J>..* I'ark .last week by fit. Margaret Mary rHAnMm. >
W. Fonytfc SI.JACWOWYXUS Importance /asplrallo... .
while U Scam .4.r.t..cMs William ..tn...
left and ).I".,
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of the press, radio, ., S.k.-a ..... *f .ee N.rw
movies and television in our Another -peaker chief. edl- to meet the ..,,_ Mad V. W* rk.*M Uhltmer were among a Me* volunteering; to staff
FlHtJTSt of Chf Min k>.* Mm !.>... In Mf the
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fr .m that of the past A mass. Catholic book ( the fWM. of ...... .....-.11 N MIIWA1MISb eM') JACKSONVILLEExc.llen'
society has com Into tiring week in February know ledge, .. .*..... 5M.S NoMr Mary 11I&&..,... rr,
which, through these liutrame'.ta. ...... Non
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The Life of Our Lord God's world

Catholic Comment

This day is born Saviour Fisher work fulfills primary dutyYOU

will recall that John we are not positively hurting

Reason to rejoiceFOR who is Christ the Lord Baptist was Imprisoned the cause of Jesus U we are
honest in our business deal
and eventually beheaded -
have ing temperate in our drink.
most people, the Christmas Ing Into the world was to bring the BETHLEHEM to over. by King Herod of : ing. chaste in conversation
Galilee. John'i offence was k and conduct and
are probably the most best out of degraded humanity. The flowing with the descendantsof that he publicly rebuked Father speech in

enjoyable days of the year. Even influence of Christ's birth Is felt In Joseph's David, an perhaps uncle or countless two of Herod for the king adul Leo J. However, this Is only] half

commercialization has detract. Frank J.Bated terous marriage to his broth.r' the
though varying degrees throughout the entire cousins-first cousin, twentieth i Tr... story.
ed from the true meaning of Christ world. It Is apparent that the world cousins thirtieth cousins r i wife. In baptism we were com.nlsulored .

nevertheless Christmas still ; for there were a thou.. There were many zealous to be apostles
mas, is searching for Christ. This Is evidenced men who were devoted to away ,
and and thirty _
years generations
with the duty to be.1'11..11.
eeema to be able to bring out the best by the joy and festivity of the between David and John and Imitators of his to Christ and to be a conKtractive .*.
holy life. Now that he wa< They can Judge us only
in all of us. Solicitude for the poor Christmas holidays. Joseph. force in carrying
4" In prison, John wished to detach by what they see us do and
remembrance of our loved ones, visit* Christmas gives to all a taste of Bo the conple from Nazareth these disciples from hear us say. His message to others.

tiona of the sick-all are heightenedby what Christ could accomplish for the found thenutlvts In a 80 now there were three himself and to transfer We may try to dismiss this This means that wt must

the Christmas season. individual as well as the world. Christ. place "'lib. manger, a SUM In the cave, Joseph and Mary their loyalty to Jesus. Consequently fact by saying "Well, if people be outstanding in our chart

It Is obvious that the entire worldIs mas gives to the world a taste of therefore, bat probably not and Jet a*. he dispatched two don't want to like me ty. We must be notable for
the kind of pLice the word of them to seek out Jesus they don't have to. It's all the patience kindness and
aware of the Importance of Christ Christian joy. It 1 is up to the people of
Soon there for
suggest. to *. were more, and to ask, In John's name, right with me." However, we sympathy which we show
mas. Catholics are especially blessed God to direct the true of the
some shepherds were told of "Art thou he who Is to off
come have no right to shrug towards others, thoughtful
t In these days because they have a true Gospel to a universe whose appetitehas St. Justin Martyr say thatIt the Child's birth by an angel (that Is, the Messiah) or shall with such pretended nonchalance for their feelings and

insight Into the meaning of Christmas. been whetted by the peace and joy and was although a cave he in was the hillside writingover : (Gabriel again). They had we look for another?" the impression with our time and gen.emus talent

One of the purposes of Christ com which Christmas alone can bring. s century afterwards, been "keeping the nightwatches Jetn answered qalte which we make upon others. when we can be of help.It .

Justin was s Palestinian himself over their flock" (so "Go and is told of St. Francis of
Imply, report to There in math more at
Our Lord
and In Palestine memories we was John. whit have heard Asslsl that one day h. said
you stake than oar own personal
born in
the night) when the.ng.1
Sacred Scripture were long and tradition and ....." Jeias pointed to Interests. Christ's cause is at to a fellow friar, "Let us go
appeared to them. His
tenacious. A stable into town and preach." Side
would Ills
words and action as the stake, too.
I not be elegant, or even clean; opening word-"F.ar not"- but proof of Ills divine ml. by side in their ragged
but It could provide the one we have almost come to regard Ion. We are Catholics. We are tunics, faces cheerful but

Mercy for sinners is psalm's pleaIT absolute essential, privacy, as Gabriel's speciality; known to be Catholic by eyes cast down in prayerful
he was not the only angel to
which was not at that timeto The technique of Judgment those around us. Every time recollection, they walked
he had In any building In use them of course, but we which Jesus: suggested to that we say or do something through the center of themoneyhungry

Is usually quit. Impos own sins: "We have sinned Bethlehem. have heard him say them to John'i disciples! Is the same which Is less than Christian and corrupt

to determine the precise we and our fathers; we have There "Mary brought forth Daniel to Zachary, to Our method which we follow In we give people reason to city, then back to the monas

historical situation In committed crimes; we have her first born son and Lady and (if Gabriel !It was) appraising our fellow men. Judge Christ harshly. "How tery. "I thought that we were

which a particular psalm was Father '! done wrong." wrapped him up In swaddlingclothes to Joseph. We Judge others by t -'tr can the Catholic faith be supposed to give a sermon

composed. nut every now and John J. The of this confet. and laid him In a Those who do not know words and deeds. We r :'t true" others will reason somewhere," Francis' puttied
then a psalm contains clues purpose manger. There are two the whole of his message to negatively to a person who logically, "when a Catholic companion said. "We did
was to elicit Cod'smercy.
which reveal more or less C..telotal. words here which call for the shepherds by heart Is rude Irritable selfish or talks and acts like that?" give the sermon Brother"

clearly the time of its com comment because they have should reread it (Luke 2, domineering. We like and We are reminded here of Francis answered.It .

position Even though He had been misunderstood. 10-12)( ). accept a person who Is Marechal Vlllars plea to King would be well to ask

Bach a one I* psalm 103, brought them back to the One cf them U .tlrat-born. A multltadt of the heavenly courteous, patient, generous Louis XIV. "Defend me from ourselves as we go to bed at

which was written daringthe Holy Land, their lot was nota This does not mean that J army appeared and there and cooperative. my friends." Vlllars asked; night. How did Jesus fare

dUlrr.*.lng period of reconstruction ... and brought them buck happy one. Rebuilding a there were other sons to fol ran hardly be a Christian In Sometimes our Judgments "I can defend myself from with me today? What kind

following the to the land of their fathers. ravaged country presented low When a newly married the world who doe not know" arc mistaken even rash because my enemies. This a sentiment of a message did my behavior

return from the lUbylonlan Thus read In Eadra staggering problems. And wife had a son ha wa called what they Mid-"dory to based on insufficient which well might be speak to those around me?

Exile: ($:JII..I30 R. C.). "And they we togetherhymns 3,11, : many Jews were still in the her firstborn, simply because God In the highest and on evidence. However, wt feel 1 upon the lips of Jesus as He Did Christ's reputation rise
sang land of exile. There was need there were none before earth peace to men cf good that In general a person's be views us In some of our less or fall?"
Not all of the repatriates Lord because praise to the for more of God'i merciful him; he continued to be so w ilL" havior is a pretty safe measure creditable momenta. Perhaps, as far as Jesus li

came home at once, and at his he Is good, for help.That called, even If there were of his character. The It is not enough of course, concerned I might better

the time this psalm was writ mercy endures forever Is why the psalmist none after him because Strange that these men strange thing is that we so merely to abstain from un. have stayed at home today.

ten, many were still far from towards Israel"The recalled! the punt history of there certain right and should have been chosen for easily forget that others are worthy behavior. This is a But tomorrow, surely, will be

home. The psalmist prays for first verse of psalm Israel. Over and over again duties attaching to the "first this revelation. To the right. evaluating ui in the same necessary beginning. At least different?

them In verse 47: "Rave us, 0 lag state the same theme at- In spite of the wonders of born 'on," whether he was mindful In high places mountain

tard, our God, and gather u* most word for word: "Give the exodus from Egypt, the an only child or not. shepherd were the very I
from among the nations. thanks to the Lord for he I Is people l proved insensitiveand The arcoml, word upon scum of Israel men of vlo On Nature of Church

That we may give thanks to good, for his kindness endures ungrateful. which we may pause I III I lence thieve, perjurer,

your holy name and glory In forever. This verse They complained about the "swaddling clothes, The corner of the Law: men accustomed .
praising you." expresses the central Idea. of food God| no marvelously supplied word "swaddling" has vanished to fighting off From Vatican Council's decreeThe I

One of the most interesting the pnalmlit's prayer:
Indications that this psalm unfailing mercy In the face They rebelled against their of us speak but translator men of quieter lives to be In summary of the Constitution the documents, from his frequent a ministry of service .

was written during this of the people's .Infulnt'''. divinely appointed leaders, of Scripture still seem to find fear of Scribe on the nature of the repetition of the same "It Is the duty of the

particular period is Its similarity And this la precisely the l ides MOMS and Aaron. They It Irresistible.My To welcome Mary's son Church Indicated the role of doctrine, or from his mannerof deacon to administer baptism
developed In the song of the adored a golden calf. there was orthodox Bishops. It continues on that speaking.
in tone and even In They own experience Is that one Jew solemnly, to be a custodianand
wording to certain character* Levies recorded in Nehcmla! took PArt shameful pagan many reader think It mean Joseph; there were those International subject: "Although Individual Bishops dispenser of the Kucha-;

istle passages in the books of 0,10-32. worship. that Our Lord was dressed In figures the ox Bishops do not enjoy the prerogative rUt to assist and to bless

Eadra and Nehemla. These The author cf our psalm, AM II"'" and tlote again any old rag that could<< begot and the ass; there were the INDIVIDUAL. a visible' of Infallibility, they marriages in the name of the

books describe the return in fact give voice to God fnrM** thtm.4. together. In fact ".w.rl") shepherds, who were Just and foundation nevertheless proclaim Christ's Church to>> bring the Viaticum
helped principle of
.. f from the exile and all the humble eonfenslon of his pus them to falflll their ing" U rnnn.cte> read the

j problems and hardship.* pie's sli>.. 'They had' !learned ed *>.llny, appoint verb to swathe: In the past there would be Gentile, churches unity particular ''''1thouh dispersed Sacred Scripture to the faithful

which the homecoming !*. many hard lessons during new horn babies were learned men from the East. througout the world but to administer sacrsmen-

raeUtes had to fare. the exile and one of the most The psalmist's point Is this wrapped very tightly Our But of official Jewry, not "Individual in Bishops of whoare still maintaining the bond of talc to officiate at funeral

salutary was humility an we are a* had as they were, Lady had known for nine one. And this, not because placed charge par communion among themselves and burial services .
A rerun-lag them.. In this honest recognition of the fart but you are unchangingly months that her baby was they 'had refused to come. ticular churches exercisetheir : and with the successorof
literature Is gralllad to find that they had brought disaster merciful He kind to us as coming; she was not rich but They had simply not been In. pastoral governmentover Peter, they are In agreement pertains to the competent

who mrrrlfaforgave!] their upon themselves by their you were to them. she wa not destitute, and we Xted. the portion of the People on one position definitively territorial bodies of.
of God committed to their Bishop of one kind or another I
may be certain that the In They could not know who to be held."
care, and not over other to decide whether and
fant Jesus had as fine a was to be born that night In .
churches where It Is
or over the universal opportune for
haby'i trousseau a* any Call. Bethlehem, unless God told On deaconsThe
Church. But each of such deacons to be estaN
Pother Michael V. GormenMlulen lean carpenter's child had them. And God did not tell
r them, as a member of the llshed for the care cf souls
., Nembre D. Diet ever hat. them. episcopal college and as a legitimate council explains infallibility "With the consent of the
of the Pope and infalliblllty -
successor of the apostle Roman pontiff, this dlaconate
of the
Qut.Kon boxCandles *, I Is obliged by Christ's Bishop in can In the future be conferred
terms of the Infallibility of
CR6At, ClUptGRS 111 r Institution and command to the Church ltsef.! upon men of mature age,
be sollcltlous for the whole even upon those living In the
Church, and this solicitude, The council said the Bishop married itate.

c101 1 IOa CAtholic histcmy symbolize joy though not exercised by an "have legitimately handed "It may also be conferred

act of Jurisdiction, contribute on to different individuals
upon suitable
greatly to the advantage of In the Church various degreesof young men for
whom the law of
in Christian
Chapter 70 mouth to his development site their faith and from fervent celebrationQ. the universal Church. participation" in the ministry must remain intact celibacy

arrlyjl I wa never at Mosquito I Inlet, which be reception of the sacraments.He : priests and deacons.Priests .
THAT had ... yes know of say as a ..1(1of Joy at the For II I. Ike duty of all
by many In renamed New Smyrna taught the children\ regularly hearing "although they do The
printed mailer o>.u., with. word of the Lord. nubop. I. ",. .... and lt laymanThe
Turnbull's company. Borne after Smyrna the birthplace promoted rellgtou pro- not POM*** the highest degree
Its colonists died on the of his wife. There, he put cession, and preached every the. origin I .( .10'l r a4lrbarnlM In some time and place MfefMr4 the salty .f 'alit' of the priesthood" are fourth chapter, on the

eighty-day voyage from Gibraltar. them to work clearing the Sunday of the year. ( ) 4nrlng C'lnolt.., candle were prevented along and the dlM-lplln" rondos !. nonelesa. united with the laity declare that lay people

One weasel, carrying land under English' overeer In mi he sat the aUlanoe r.I Ult .. rertmonl In It.shseee with. the bread i at the Offertory. Ike ... .....1. (karrh.' Bishop In priestly dignity. "are by baptism made one

*. *>t ..- tortile' mailer After about the 11th body with Christ and are. constituted
five hundred Negro slaved, of Father CtMnuva. The task of proclaiming: At a loiter level of the
ws1 shipwrecked with the At ftrtt the colony went who waa depnrted to Iharop.by ...1.. a4 v.aM 701ihrMl century the candle, were. often the Gospel everywhere on hierarchy are deacons, upon among the People of
101. of all board. .*. .a..er mjr qee.. placed HI the altar. rath earth whom hands God; they are In their own
on Then after a time, It I ixr. Turnbull for alleg. became apparent that the to cnlony of.rtrlala. lion? er then brtkl It However pastors unto the priesthood but unto way made sharer in the

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On nature of Church Fits The Florida Catholic, Friday Dec. 11,1961

,:''V-r ;r' ',.. Mass

Each should strive for holiness. //j December guideSUNDAY. 13

- - -
lt..tt..N t... .... 4) Gaudet Sunday 3rd Sun
priestly 1 their physical and mental relaxation that when the need to speak tutlon concerns the Church's 1
prophetical. of Advent Mass of
and day : (
kingly functions if carried out In the out arises, it must be don movement toward full unity W
of Christ t I Sunday Creed Preface of
and they ; Spirit, and even the hardships "in truth, in courage and In with Christ In heaven and i
carry out for their 1r1 Trinity.)
own the of life if patiently prudence with reverence and the present union that exists
mission of the MONDAY, December IIMass
whole Christian borne-all these become "spir charity ." between the earthly and the
people In itual sacrifices acceptable to ( of previous Sunday
the Church and In the world." God through Jesus Christ Be holy heavenly Church. Common I'retMce.)
The Th chapter opens by December 15
constitution goes on to Together with the offering of TUESDAY :
say: noting that the Church will (Mass of previous Sunday
the Lord's ,
they are Chapter V of the constitution obtain Its full perfection onlyIn
Common Preface.)
The most fittingly offered in the entitled The Universal
laity by their very heaven. Yet at the same WEDNESDAY.: December: IS
Vocation. seek the kingdom celebration of the Eucharist. Call to Holiness In the time It observes that this restoration (Man of Ember \Vednes-

of Cod by engaging In irm- "Thai, a< those everywhere Church states as a principle has already begun lI.lIn Advent 2nd Prayerof

poral affair and by ordering who adore In holy activity that "the followers of In Christ who "sitting at the t trr St. Kueebius Common

thfm according to the plan of the laity con"ecrate the world Christ are called by God, not right hand of the Father Prcfire ) t 1

Cod. hint! to God. because of their 'works but Is continually active In the S i rilinSDAY, December 17

according to His own purpose world that He might lead M 1.1'. of .
( > previous Sunday
They live In
the "world The constitution and 1
declares: cr't'f.- 11A1 .
men to the Church and ,
secular that .Is, In each and all of the "The faithful therefore Thus all members of the through it Join them to Himself uI i iilPAY.I.mmon December Preface.) HM.

professions. and occupations must learn the deepest meaning Church hue been warned bySt. and that He might make < .".:* of Kralwr Friday In

"In and the value of all crea Paul 'to live 'as becomes them partakers of His glorious Advent. Common Prefac)

make Christ this known way they may tion. a. well as Its role In the saints' life by nourishing' << them L SATURDAY( Dwemher 13tMm !

to others harmonious praise of Got with His own Rudy and e of Ember Saturday
especially by the testimony They mint devote them.selve -
They must aselat
each otherto Blood.
of a life resplendent In faith live holier Lives eten In with. nil their being to In Advent. Common PrefUO -

hope and charity. their the glory of God and the MM I'nlil this final catty I.l lachieved Home of saint's relicsThe I
dally occupations. In Belgian
"Therefore since they are this way the world be Ice of their aelgbbor"The however the snm.\. Decmlr 20

tightly bound up In all types permeated by the Spirit may of document treats of the ('''."11I will remain a pilgrim' Church of Notre Dame du pursued religious life as abbrM of her 4th( A Sunday of Sunday of ,Advent.M.i creed..
of temporal affairs It is their Clnrrh. tied la the worM and
special task to order and to Christ and It may more ef call to holiness of both married dwelling amng smfferlngcreatnre Sablon in Bruiwls, Belgium, entombsthe community there eight centuries ago irefale of Trinity)

throw light upon these affairs fectively fulfill Us purpose couples and the single .*. rtlica of St. Wivina whose feast is St. Wivina a native of what La now)

In such a way that they in Justice, charity and peace. and widowed It states: observed there on December 17. A Flanders. founded! her convent of All asked to JoinIn

may come Into being and Atheism Married couplet and The chapter then declare busy street today occupies the once Grand-Bigard.
then rejected Christian parents should follow that all the faithful whetheron
continually Increase according wooded hermitage where the saintIn
war on
to Christ to the their own proper pathto earth In purgatory or in
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laity hath* principal -
praise of the Creator and the ( holiness) by faithful love. heaven, are "In various ways
role In the overall ful. ROM"It, \ :N Valerian
Y (
( )
Redeemer.' fiUment of this They should tuitaln one an and degrees"! It"t with each t closing< the chapter However the constitution nlty of the Mother of Owl." -
duty. Therefore Cardinal I of
The council document cites their other In grace throughout the other In the charity of Got warn that "an! abune, eirecxes > note that IN action of Mary rrehni ant theokHrtant Oraclaa Pombayha
competence in th fond I ant l
the teaching of St. Paul and secular training and entire length of their lite*. The union of those who are or defects which hate deli not add' or detract anything are exhort**| to "k*.t> away opened *
declares: There Is, therefore activity elevated from by withIn They should Imbue their offspring living and then who hate crept Into the \'.veneration from CoI\....... It declare& from whatever, either hy health seminar$ hell in con
In Christ. and In the Church by the of Christ let lovingly welcomed: as died 'Is not In the least weakened the saints should be cor- that there l I. but on* m01> trwinced wont or steed,, ruukl .heal! o*|>- junction with the International
grace ,
no Inequality on the basis of them Gnarl gift, with Christian doctrine or Interrupted' but on retied ( ..n and, nail, awl aroletl hrethrvn or any other Kucharlntte Congre.ah.re ,
Igurouidy contribute
with that Catholics
race or nationality social their effort that and the evangelical the contrary "I* strengthenedby The eighth and final, rh*|> that .la (.h...... Into error rmllng the trw a plea
so virtue.'In and Mn Catholic* join
condition or sex: may be iTfrcted by a communication of spiritual ter <>f the cMMtliutktn turn Her wilrifte' Inflitene, (|,MNI thu. -trine of th"-* Church. I Let
In working to alleviate >ovcrty
As "the laity have Christ human labor, technical skill this manner they offer goods to th* Biewed Virgin nut flow from'" toner n.esrily M faithful remember .were.over In th* world. |

for their brother the constitution and civic culture for the benefit all men the example of Un. In an Introduction tit tit.eubj.ct but from divine pleasure: hilt" true itvotton eon-

states so too do they of all men according to wearying and generous love; On saints Mary I I.* cksrrltntl) M "11 110I",," th* superUwMtanc slat Mlther In MfM of I'nlallng to aid. rmj'rl ea

bar as brothers the other the design of the Creator and In this way they build up "a preeminent, singular of the meelt of tulthory affection, .nw In a the loral., rrglunal, and n*.

members of the Church In. the light of His Word. the brotherhood of charity... Those who are In beaten member of the Church, nevi, Christ rests (IfJUe mediation. t.fl.'tit"" credulity. Uuproiewts tl"n.| level! k... s.Id! that all

eluding the Priests and Dishops. May the the constitution states, "establish a* Its type and excellent" exemplar depend entirely on It from true faith ." .K.nM I"ln' IN working close.
goods cf this
Then It states: world he Convent life the whole Church In faith and thariiy. and drawl all Its power from' Th.. final chapter of the I ly (Inieiker with m comma
more distributed
"'The laity are gathered together I equitably more firmly In holiness, lend The Introduction also care It. In no way does It impe
In the People of Cod among all men and "A like example but one nobility to the worship which fully notes that the council but rather curl it forter the VMtttlon. of Mary as the hop |mrMM*.

and make up the Body of be may they In their own way given In a different way, la the Church offers to God "does not. hat It In mind', Immediate union of the faithful of the waiwWrlng People of

Christ under one head. Who conduct to universal that offered by widows and her on earth and In many to give a complete doctrine I .with (ChrW. kit On of th* speakers| it the
progress In human and ........,. M. Mignor Joseph J.tlHtDttt .
ever they art they are called Christian single people, who are able ways contribute to lu greater on Mary, nor itne it wUh to Th' rvMUtutlon ...."'" It ak that through hr

upon as living members to freedom to make great contributions edification." deckle' those queftttana which that $t. Amfenw taught' that patronage all peraon. of J'hIleetotphu t l rrUt

upend all their energy for "In this manner, through toward holiness and apostolic The constitution' declares the .week of thenkntWins ha* Mary .N a4" of theTurrh whether fhrtrtlan or **. shrer5r for Catholte R*.
the .lt.f "Ht>rvlr, Natlonjil "Ihnllt
members of the
the growth of the Church Church, endeavor In the Church. that thnu In neaten the nr>t yet fully clarified.. ( sine) she l and Its continuous sanctifies- will Christ progreiuUely, IIlumln Chapter VI on Religious. saints sod the angels, con Into the worM: th* glory of the Ttl"",. NVelrar. ('imfeten**, ...hl\ \ that
the whole of human declares ('UNc'We' lat year dUlflh.trt .
that religious
Lion, since this very energy communities .t.ntlylnten-tc.Ie for<< those on Blessed Virgin The Church' Imfrxxl, earn
society with His *.I l ..IO.I'U) ton ef fiM"|
It saving light. "offer their members earth.
a gift of the Creator and a 'tmpUtln( "her McMen MATliiv. Jordan decides
blessing of the Redeemer Concerning atheism the > the sups| ort of fraternal On the
council Fathers hate this to association! in the mllltla of earthly Church continuallylooks oftinkMH" which ar. alai' faithfully fwlfilHng, the"- III.IIIIT: Li.oa.a JNt') million iwwtly |"<.ul4 In 79rounirt

Mission goal say: Christ and of liberty strengthened toward the saints for not considered. In the cMMtl- "'1 Mr'. will, hy receiving Jurdan'1 ...1.... 'nIatH' 5511 *. lie *..lil tits wit

That ominous doctrine by obedience Inspiration and "still more In lotion and which are propounded the word of Ueal l In faith t.ft. h* bailers the Vatican Council dm In fort to the dicta of

The laity art called in a which attempts to build a Praising the evangelical order that the union ef the by various schools ....*. herself i mother." statement on C'hrUIUrvJewUh M million voluntary workers.

special way to make the society with no regard whatever counsels of poverty chastity whole! Church may b. "may b* law fully retained. ." The chapter nest take up rtUtk+th I b a purely

Church present and operativeIn for religion and which and obedience It states strengthened In. the Spirit by Th* Chapter neat takes up the veneration' of the nie *e<| religtuui matter, and aanertei Rojoct plan

those places and circumstances attack and destroys the religious the practice of fraternal the role of the lile.ied Virgin Virgin In the Ctitirth. U oit | hi* government would NM1F'It I.... (*c)-An

where only through liberty of Its citizens Pilgrim church charity In the economy of salvation serves that the cult of the take no re|
them can It become the salt Is rightly to be rejected. "For )Just as Christian communion noting that she Is prefigured rtle*- Virgin I.e. heck to those whu r\k'rcat"1' In vote) down a roKMat> that

of the earth. Thus every lay. The document: continues: Indeed the counsels vol- among wiyftrers In many of the women of the the earliest (Church but thatIt the counrtl lotion, It was reported parents with foUr children

man. In virtue of the very "Th laity have the right untarlly undertaken accordIng brings ua ckwer to ChrUt. no Old Testament. hal alwsyt, fllffer
I gifts bestowed upon him. Is at do all ChrUUana, to r- to each one's persons! vo our companionship with the Th chapter cite many 1 In- dally from the a.k>raliun offrre I-rln. HJnliUr lUhjsl Talhminl 6 lien The ||xi...l wu offered

at tat same time I witness celv In abundance from their ration contribute a great saints Join us to Christ, sums In .which Mary rooperslH <1 to Christ.Honoring. .was qiioteil) a* sxflngentry In the Mansraihtra .legUta. *

and a living Instrument of pastors the spiritual goods of deal to the purification of from .whom s* from Its fountain with God's .will before, into Jordan" It acre*. lure her .. 1 mean fi> .ofv*

the mission of the Church Itself the Church especially the heart and spiritual liberty and head I..ue I every during and after the earthly Mary Susie in all filthflr. ," whll fast' nr Mm' Health Mini'
assistance of the word of God . Let DO one think that fife of twr
grace and the 'f1I1'e of the fen.Takeni re>mm_nllng thai, Jr
Th. council stresses that and of the sacraments. They Religious hare beeem People" of Cod. np t. beaten, she TIle mfutllutlon urge aC"tMlIrlu.tI'IfI Ih* .l.rtirllDnpurely ''hunllir' .'id *n assaulton

Christian laymen cannot sep- should openly reveal to them strangers to their fellow minor 414 n..4 Ur. aside IKU MIM4nli .. of Ihi roll but rHl! .<*u4 ami, NI''* trlt.m.l

i! ant their dally Ills from their needs and desires with useless rltlsens of thisearthly And this catty, the chapter| ," |/hi ....,.., rial.*, ....! at. In* some Urn warn. M poi..... ................. ar*

t their religion: that freedom and confidence "city by their consecration. coat)..... .. best evpcs.e4sad kf nee r*..UM (UUrreMU* against 'fate .aagg .tttbea' Nln.had"

I All their works, prayers which Is fitting for children Mete4 I. Ik* liturgy nllnne4 I* bring .. the ant fwrmwne** nf Mind" fle Bailer* I..... wr refweltlhl

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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Dec.! 11, 1961

A youth's
Of many things


The study of chemistry and belief me,and my gentle Lord, in to

all the events of life in disappointments
ONCE there was a man who said: I don't believe In Istry student before you may based on good reason usually in the

I '! and thereby condemned himself to a begin an experiment in the the worth or value of the per thoughtlessness of others In

contradiction. Because, you see, gentle reader the as laboratory, the professor may von making the statement. In the insincerity of those I

Bertion of non-belief is it. tell you the expected results matters of human experience, trusted, in the unfaithfulness
there acquired a knowledge you should obtain. this acceptance by human of those on whom I relied.
self a statement of belief und practice of the faith. Normally you believe your faith is reinforced after you Let me put myself aside

And, there was another Too often however, the professor and his prediction have proven the statement; to think of the happiness of
A ho said: I believe In every. fart Is overlooked that such about the experiment, be however acceptance is not others, to hide my little pains

I thin,! -and thereby conS a blilh and such a life merely cause he huts proven his necessarily acquired only aft : and heartaches, so that I may
demned l himself a I lack of answer the qaeMlon, how one worth and value as a teacher er the proof for your acceptance be the only one to suffer

knowledge in belief. Because, Initially acquired the faith. and as a truthful person. But, Is demonstrated from them.
once more, gentle. reader, the until you demonstrate the ac. You believed the professor 7 Teach me to profit by the
object of belief U not tome Yet, there are serious sin- tual experiment and derive before the experiment not rJ suffering that comes across

thing indefinite, but a distinct sere question which are the same results, you performan merely after the success of Lr my path.
knowable object. In short, present and to which one act of faith, an assent to your work on the experiment -r' Let me so use It that It may

one of the several characteristics must give Home response One his statement Moreover, the object and mellow ine, not harden nor
of the virtue of faith In such question U, not only Indeed<< during the actual the reason for the beginningof ---- embitter me; that it may

the clarity of the object of "how did I acquire belief," performance of the experiment the act of human faith Is Greenies earn trophy at Citrus BowlThe make me patient, not irritable
the act of faith but ohio, "why do I now believe' you may be living In clear and easily grasped, that it may make me

1 For many, I introduction to the state or condition of faith. namely, another person and Green Waves of Father Lopez president of the school was presentedwith broad in my forgiveness not

the life of faith lakes place To begin to answer such a Hlmllur example of act of his statements. High School in Daytona Beach enJoyed the Citrus Bowl trophy by, from narrow haughty and overbearing.

rather eatlly, since one It question adequately requiresa faith M-cur frequently In dally With some profound differences a nine to one season and de. the left, Bill Thompson, halfback; Jeff .
usually born into a family knowledge of the act and May no one less good for
life; It requires little effort to (about which we feated Umatiila 19-13 in the Citrus LaCour, quarterback; and Jim O'Don-
possessed of and by fdlth. the state of faith. shall more in another having come within my In
One could wy that a divine Usually defined, faith l is seek a'amples.Invariably. column see) the act and the condition Bowl last week..Father Irvine Nugent, nell, guard.wwvwwvwwvvvmwwwvwi fluence. No one less pure

accident, birth, places JOe In the acceptance of a statement however, there of faith In your religious UUUuu" ...............A less kind less noble for having
a Catholic family and through because of a good reason for will be the discovery that the lift operates in a similar Bishop Kenny Father Lopez been a f.llow.tran1er in
plying in such an environment ictrptante. Thus. as a chem. acceptance: of a statement Is way. our Journey toward Eternal

As a member of a Catholic High SchoolJACKm10NVILLF.As YouthAcademy High School Life.As
I rounds from
I family and, perhaps, a Catholic ( go my
t festivities one distraction to another,
i1&J/JI& !/ school, you may often express for the Christmas seaon I) \TOXA 1IE.ICH let me whisper from time to
your belief by saying I
believe what the Church rush Into full swing at \"'" \\\\\" """" \\" Daniel Hogan of Father time, a word linking me to

teaches Bishop Kenny High School, of the Lopez High School reports the supernatural full of
the girls of the Journalism that three busloads of "Green power for good, and strongIn

However, inure than this class are again preparing to Holy Names Wa\e" rooters made the Its purpose of sanctity
th statement I la required In continue custom which was croes-atate trip to Invernesson

iI1 order that one may answer established three years ago, T.I M".\ Mary; Knauf, a the day after Thanksgiving Bishop Moore
r the que.tlon, "why?" Claire Jo Curl, a student at student at the Academy of to cheer the football team
Kenny reports| Each year, the Holy Names here has reported on to a 1913'ktory over High SchoolORLtN110Reporttng
__ There must be the Intellectual since Its initiation Into the that the senior classesat Umatiila High School in the

discovery why such curriculum of the school, the the Academy are eagerly Citrus BowL At the completion this
teachings art part of the message members): of this class have getting into the spirit of Ad. of the contest both week from Bishop Moore
proclaimed as worthy of treated the children of Saint vent The south senior clans teams agreed that the bowl High School Bill Dunn an
v belief by the Church of which Mary's Home to a day of has a representative at Mass game was one of the best- nounced that the National
you are a member. Unlike Christmas shopping in the each morning to pray for the fought battles In which I Honor Society tapped in! new
the mythical I figure, dopey, downtown area. Intentions of her fellow either team had ever partici members for the first quarterof

religious beliefs ". just For four hours on December students, while Senior NorthIs pa ted. the school year.

don't grow overnight ?" 12 each girl will act a* a preparing a Christmas basket In the athletic honor assembly Four seniors were honored
with little or no reason to for and ten Juniors were also<
hostess to one of the children a needy family. November 30th Fa
M warrant their presence. from the Home. The day belongs Congratulations go out to ther Irvine Nug*>nt presented selected. The seniors were

It Is necessary to seek for to the youngsters, and nine students who. make up each team member): his Individual Gerl Jones, Ann Schlavone
. strai'ned" the clear object and reaaon whatever their hearts desire the principal's list\ for the first Citrus Bowl trophy Marie Santry and John
Mercy is not says Portia for belief As such this object Is a command for the Jour. quarter. Because of their and Father John Caulfleld Wassman. Junior girls Mau
is not to be found exclusively hard work VI Bile! Jo reen O'Brien, Kathy Sagan
nallsm girls. Lunch at one of Mary awarded the boys their 1964
"Port!. looks at the director for St. Petersburg in the cast Include, in the bald statement the downtown restaurants is Corral Mary Jo Campbell Citrus Bowl Champion" Jac: Sara Bardoe, Rosemary

Instructions, above, In the rehearsal of from left William Elliott, Nln Me- of doctrine or dogma by ont Item always included on Toni Lopez Pamela Selah, kets. Sousa Suzanne Houff Joan

I the courtroom seen from Shakes Quillen, Robert Dudley, John Nellly, the Church but In the originof the agenda for the day. Kathleen Gadlnaki Mary At the Quarterback Club Murray and Margaret

1*"' Merchant of Venice. Eighth Margaret Gray and Courtenay O'Con the statement of belief The town trip Idea was Kay Jones Zibelle Wilson banquet held later that even. Shaughnessy were. voted

grub ttodanti ef Bt Paul School in nelL For the teaching Church, first hit upon by the journalism and Mary Jane Charette ing Jeffrey LaCour receivedthe members): of the honor society
the origin of its statements, class in 1CC3 when U was reached their goal Those award as the outstandinghigh and Art Wroble, John
tltt\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\U\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ At St. Paul'sIT. the ground of Its manifested sponsored by Sister Mary Edward who mad the school honor school football player In Cardasla, and Peter Held
Subscribe beliefs, is the person, and the 8SJ. After reportingall roll should also take a bow Daytona Beach for 1944. brink were chosen from the
now PETKRABCRO Sisters work and the teachings of the good deeds ethers They are Gullda Alvarez, The basketball season is Junior boys. Congratulationsgo

"Ul\t\ \\ \\t\t\\tU"\\\ \\ ",,,tU"\\\"' ,, u"" of St. Francis at St.Paul's Jesus Christ. Moreover, there were doing, the members of Jean flail Mary Sue Johnston Just around the corner and to all them young scholarsfor
School here have In Is clear evidence to show that the class decided that they :Maria Pau, DoUy Tlson, Father Lopes High School their fine achievements.Sister .
rehearsal a cast of boys and Jesus Christ to others Rosalind Conner, Maureen Edward Joseph and
gave too should put their skills to students art looking forwardto
SCHOOLSROSARIAN girls who will prevent a pro the responsibility; to tontine work anA! perform I. rat Johnson Marge, trtnlsk, anothe fine one. Head Sister Wary Ambrose hart
gram from ShakMpoart'sworks to teach and to clarify for worthwhile dud Under the Kathy Mareott, Laurel Doers coach William Suthlus and Just returned from the Nations
la honor of the play.wright's 8de.net Teachers' CbnTentlon -
each generation his state direction and sponsorship of Day Bellman Charlotte assistant John Stofa are
400th anniversary ments. Sister )I. Brldgetta 8.SJ, the Bradt. Dianne de Verteull anxious to get underway.The held this past weekend
ACADEMY Eighth grade students In one Hollywood, Florida.
Thus as In the case of the plan has continued to and Cynthia Klenzle. Chrixtmas Play will be
.....,... Hi iay srk-otl for ghle.s shores .f VaasllrslLake scene will play the court professor of chemistry, one flourish and for the second An air of nervousness and presented the evening< of December Both hate come back to the
Wtrta. Grades cms to melee Fully arcrtdltad. >swlatMtavgs room drama from The Merchant tension, which marks coll.ehond school I laboratories with.
accepted and believed his year, Sister Brldgvtta will lath at 8 p.m. In the
AD srorts. Mule, art, dramatic. Dlr.ei.ly of.nlc.. by Shakes statements because of his supervise. testing, was prevalentat gymnasium. This year the many new techniques and
tf DoMiBlr. Far ad.r.... Plagtatra Ideas for their enthusiastic
issllTS RC catalog peare.Ilehearslng value as a teacher so also, Moat of the children are the Academy on December Drama !Society Is presenting
BOA A HI AN' ACADEMY, WENT: PALM BKACH roles art William ont accepts reasonably the Interested In suiting. the 5. That Saturday the Academy "Star Song" by Florence science pupils

Klllott as Itasaanlo: Nln statement of the Church be- various store ami shopping played host to students Rjeraon. The rat will.. In. A total of more than $150
McQuillan as Antonio Robert from was.. collected from the dona*
; cause of Christ w ho originatedIn around. They all come with all over the :Hy. rlwto Daniel Hogan an Galus:
:Academy Of The Holy Names !Dudley<< as the Duke of Venice some form the firm and Hits a mile long, they Include Four of the more Mttntiflc Charles Canton M Luetus: lions of students and parents
ichttl. for Irk. Grades fwaJvt. presiding over the trial: John mothers fathers, brother, minded l high school stud-mta who visited the Kennedy
Ratt<..nt and day f tnt U Mytcrtdifsd. clear teachings of the Church Leslie Hill as Tlrsa; Karen
) Nellly a* Shyhick; Margaret ctaaamatM teachers are atte..Hn< the wlenceseminar Memorial display In the
Program includssi c.n.,. prtpartttry end. f 1.1 One major difference ls the filter. Hartman M Rachel James. .
school's library last week.
stunts, music" art and iporh. C."du t.J by $'r... .f( fU H.)y Gray si Nertsna and Cour infinite value of Christ, a dl- and SWers. each WfOrwwfay OruMak a< A rod; Raymond This: memorial l commemorated
N.....*. Jilt I layikor' loutevsrd, Tampa' florid. Connell Portia, tine teacher Memories/ of the day are night at Robinson I High Keigher M Bar Deborah the
first of
lUuanlo's wife.PantitilngV School They are, Ula1 Hell- anniversary
both humorous and touching! Oowen ... NUIM' : PtiylannSrhenrhvl
Another. lrferetM-a la that men Sally Yavornlk Kathy PreMent. John F. Kennedy'stragic
Xo wonder that the girls are a. 0r1a YiII; seal
one la able to duplicate) thaekemlatrf anxious to take on such an Wheeler, and Pamela Bil y. Clara Collins M !Sitl. death.Sharon .
pot fogethet end aMrKtlvtV' rotated by F,lh.* CWVKM. TKs: e.p.Ha e.t !I. the. honor pin! Outride of class tint the Smith drew an original
h S v.lw.bl and k-,n.tn
OUt SUNDAY VIUIO* Mr, John S. done with statement made busy selKrg ('hrt.t.- canto. Central Catholic Kennedy which.. was feature
I. past Bl.lorjr. > Barry grant They have their'' alma set In the many displays. (Her

and lU- high-hoping to clnulttt .OJ High School drutttng was In picture pub
"1M s.htdedy Yo' ,t It mw It It rorth r**> class of IMS.
dey AINfIc.- unrestricted gift of Sheet
figure" his Urn., and his statements an Bernard F DiUman president sponsors of the project, will
MIAMI HOtALO J.."".* "n'my. to Barry College last week to ,,,,,,,,,,,"u,,,,,,,,,,,,,ssw..w
except In the sacramental of Clearwater Central send the donations) the
!SUter Mary
life prtnldent C thoUc IItII! School, announced John F Kennedy Memorial
"All S4v(V\4h U tno iM .o ruM. Cannot foe moving{ V.fO Vt***).. The \'et. an historical Invntlg Dorothy 0 r "The gin toBarry Why Amon ? thaI th* foUtMttng Library In the name of libb

.nedm.M of S''hopoI' lit. nd cans 'In *w J47 r.g" e' fK. book; m.kt. lion of Christ, the documents Codas .b part of the The m.\u.ea.* sow wtdwkea students .ere Iota on the op Moore, High School
'hb.1 latap' an oictHofrf Discs I to IT>..t the fmntrfborn S70U.IWU dtir1bute this week'
pnlees" I should
which tell us of Ills person ('... honor roll for the second six TorrvcUon: In the picture
fmd a Hat on nvay a (loge) book tKalf" by the Rears and Roebuck rerelvUg holy
the statements made by him weeks marking pertntL Mbttshed on December 4 lit
To\\nU..tleft. under *..1.! ., la a prole..l.i a f
MOtNtNO MWt frank Rottt' a
the effects of the t statementsin of aM to privately faith U tile Hair Eukarl.l.: tint HoMirr: Kathleen The Florida Cltho t. the girt

history Institutions and program colleges II,"i! unt' The r...*M .1 *.)!.( U 1ale Brennaa. MleheJ RMwev who was aUrMfir tecon-l
human lives all art, valid uptBirtrd.ltlr said A M, l"'ld.Mr.1 ,- both !. the e rlte4 ".l.rt* and Uartoawt Saar.*.. ef the' from the left J Is Kathy An-
ett!dattaMladlit"r ,1 and nec.**ary areas, of study T.tr. of t'' e .f ( krU.Ult|. senior c....., Cisya its11h derw.et nut Sandy 11,11.-
if ont U. to clarify the object 01 the junior ekes; 1AaI6M Bit
THE PERFECT CHRISTMAS GIFT of belief Miami store \\ "" t\, '" Barber of the .a.lss..re Settlor lathered In el**.

This. .Wads to a recotteidera- this: Paul Qmywt and room last Saturday morning
I' lion of the sincerity of qtkns \ .- Patricia PrtwheU o4 the tor the> all Important Srh *as
-- REBEL BISHOP and the itd to tsmt fr.-hma cave. Ur AptMiKl Te U. The**
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reason If. sluing difficulties. a 50(5.4 Hutton; rharltsh I SiisaiB the rtUri* U
---- The ttrrrUt ol reoo la hot s .+ slaskt Itoewary "hes.sa esrfteg Br.f..re.ese al art
always an straightforward ban Mary' c."aN7. Antrast hue tartars. |M college s.
l/lJ I f THE LIFE AND ERA OF AUOUSTIN VERO1. task; tttBrtpUnt of the ( ,-;.. Jocus Dn rHix drat .......r r.. Tfc* Bajabrr of eof
mind require, physical .tuor1t ,....." Kfejtg. Cat- >rr. htfwts that twwd mt8Mwrsky
III SlIOr r disctpttnt and sacrUV ttwelt .' .5,, ,1 lyn Kit '. WiSJkMsi MeM w si tsittajrsglsigasS

lotrk, a..vtr i* and quit ,. I teki'. Merry 1eer.rs awl.4bh. e.....,.e hotjw the th*
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Se>en The Florida Catholic Friday Dec. U, 196"

Everyman's family

Divine gift originated Christmas

+ '. -
By Monslfnor' John ('. Knott and energy are commonplaceIn of God and the redeemabillty

Is the season of lIVe the choosing of gifts and of man.
TINS which too often aim In the preparations for entertaining To top all the gifts of ma
f s1P I 1t friends and relathe tertal creation which He gave,
ply means that it is also the
There has. *. All of thin \U commendable to man. God sent Ills only.
season of buying.
been enough said about the of course, and to be encouraged. gotten Son. For this giving
overcommerclallsa tion of l. The seasonal music to the world. He utilized the
and the gay decorations help 10and the generosity of a
Christmas not to repetition
promote the spirit and keep Jewish virgin named Mary.It .
h.,.. The child' typical
"What did the glow alive. There is something was she who gave Him
question you
( *" In the atmosphere physical birth and the con
pet -too frequently exemplifies
what has become the which quickens the most tined gifts of maternity
h.r Ieoed. 1ftOthe least rellgkHM which helped raise Him to
spirit of the IIMlIOn.
mark the human adulthood.
and day as
One Is reminded of the true
story of two women busing unique
Into town for a snowing trip. There 'U the famous Mlch l. Divine giftIn

One pointed out an ad .pondered Angelo scene on the telling of
the Sistine chapel depicting a very real serve each
by a. religious' group
which a d--Keep Christ In the finger of Ood the Father .believing Christian Is calledto
Chrlntmas." She complainedto touching the Inert form of a similar spiritual maternity
or paternity. It Is his vocation .
her companion-"Oh. those Asian. and giving him life
to Rive birth to Christ
people! Now they are tryingto (Chrlulm adds I another ll-. and to share in the whole

take over Chrtotm mrnnlon' to rre.tl.<... It rnmmemorale perfection of the life of ChristIn '

Time a point, ,In history his own tout and In the
happy when God Illmcelf became souls of others.

un that 11. nlht give' life The existence of human
Te that as It may, it might
to the" witrM." life Is evidenced In all the
be good If the spirit of Christ
movements tf the body tromqul.t
were more evidenced at this If there Is something different
time of the jear.OrUlittr about Christmas It Is breathing to itrenuousexercUe.
It Is seen In a smile,
essentially because of the fact
It U tune ,that a feature a wont of welcome,
that Or".H.nf.. Is felt
people are wore friendly, a sharing of Ideas and of
the earth. His breath
I West Coast Confirmation class meets dean of Priests offer mur. sp.stasress lartlaed to mtle wools. and of whispers word of love and human hopes In makes all the contact ways with one

f rglvrne become. another.In .
Recently, Monsignor William J. Mullally the claw had an opportunity to meet him at Murphy c.SSR., Monrignor Mullally, Father human greellng.."nIOC'Courtesy. the Infectious rhythm of

P.A., of Daytona Beach dean of the Central the achool afterwards; present were from Richard J. Warner C.SS.R.; standing; Sister peace. His being rekindles the a Christian living the

I Deanery of the Diocese, confirmed at Most the left, Father James A. Larkin of Tampa Felicia and Sister Nhea. Sacrifices ef time, money fires of ht'rIn the goodness life of It'...., which I. the life
.f (led U him the. same
Holy Name Church in Tampa. Children in Catholic High School, Father Lawrence
".,.*.10 iM, of human life b*
come th. channel of (wT.

gift. .. lllmiel l. ethers

Refugee charges Congo In India, Pope Paul In a sense God needs hub

man love to express His S lore.:;

trouble to Red Chinese Holy Eucharist possible e i ness He hlor to express human the forgive dlvln\ *,

He desires<< human mercy at

MUNICH. Germany (NC) A Catholic missionary a rental el His own. Hwanta '
( human gift of ...If.Ita .
Priest who was one of 19 members of his congregationto through divine a
powers another to clothe His g111wof :
escape from the SUnleyville area of the Congo In Itlnuelf. .

early November, asserted that the Stanleyville rebellionIn I This l I. the dignity of a.
the former Belgian colony was fermented by Chinese QIJlC) -How U this Eucharist possible Christ ls present" he said.He s I Christian at any lime that he

communist! agents. aid Pope Paul VI at the international Eucharistic Con. J quoted from the famous should be a Christ bearer and
father FranrUcu Inns a Chle' communist" general Indian poet JUbindrinatliiMy a Christ giver. It Is the greatest
rebner M S.C., annerted at the U IleJambHra, the capital of green, and then went on to explain: ( a gift he can make to any
Sacred Heart houoe near Itwanda, another neighbor' of "It U possible because divine power have been communicated iMy after day 0 Lord eftnr one at Christmas time
here that Chinese the former HelgUn' 'onlo I.... shell I stand before
communists to some among us Priests of Christ Kishops
Thee face to roes? aidod
were conducting two University
schools for guerrilla fightersIn Father Innerebner appeared successors of the apostles, let us together confessour With folded hands, 0 IM .

Brazzaville In the Congo at a recent news conference humbleness and our greatness just as Mary exquisite fit alt worlH" shall I stand 1UC1U(1n! ( C- The
with his superior. Father of Chile
.tef u. Thee, face to fare! CathAllo University
Congo Republic which the borders former French the August Hersog MSC., Mother of God, while proclaiming her humility as "Under the great .1. InMdleitude la planning aU' million enp >
on who also escaped from the His handmaid exalted the and alienee with nlon of |lu school of physW
former Belgian Congo. the event Itru.mtlaklft.
God namely ()
SUnleyville area. Father cal sciences and mathematicsthat
humble heart shall I stand :
great things God did to her We hate transmitted a
lie Mid that there MI alto tiers said that "some of before Thee, face to face!' wilt enable It to double
the white mercenaries" sent and with her." the fullness of the Its enrollment 11II.. nest

\\t\\\\\\\\\\\\\, ,\\\\\\ In to try to quell the rebellion Speaking at the contecratlon Priesthood of Jesus Christ t. At th* Otal th.t .".Ia", few, 7''''.
these our brother, whom In* the To*.'. t.re"M" V.-
Deadlines "were worse than the na of six nuhops the Holy e More than half ef the funds
*... .*-. ,*.<. .mr _... tives." Singling out Kouth Father continued: we will from now en callUUhopsu" .UU| t'rdUal (balls yeMraQe4ike / e a will be provide by the urWer
...... ...." "1'.. rWr14 <.."- African and Rhodeifan soldiers ........ the s>e. .,ltr. M per cent by freer
.B.* en.. ..... .... ..... .. ... in particular, b* said / InierUmerkan. Pevelopmenrflank
.. ? _.w r s.a ra..as. event which U now taking Shepherd of the believers, .... .. the alahl ..,..... along
a. r....' ... ...-".. They broke Into our missions under a special 1 fund el
tm Ik* I.U..... frhUr.. Mm.. took e\erj'thing they place here through our and for the people who>> do his. rests tr.m the airport .. the Alliance for rregree<%
"\\\" \\\"UDaytona \\,\\\\"" \\ liked and pillaged the native "andl. transformed Into sn not >el believe" the 'n' bishop's ....... and JO per cent by the' foexlfoundation.
Instrument of the hand of
villages. The Tope. MM' he h.4l "This country, throughout Policeman blessed .
Boach Father Hertog recalled tlwaea 1a reasrate ..... the a(... Has given a welrvmet

that one of the Missionariesof Hospital boards .It l men tr.m the flee. |>.tU those who.. rme with s (Pope Paul VI. wearing a welcoming; f irland Daytona Boach
the Sacred Heart had been .f the world" t. M.ke II clear. desire k "re .
hilt fJt MM.tM. TinM
murdered earlier this fall It.s .. that h. w.. -.brdleal .. ,1k.I. Tewr Tint and the eosins of tuberoses, blesses! a clamber rollceman. Valerian
U <>O Joint Nuptial
..ItS that Father Karl Weber board made up of Church Uve of heist IMI .immtn. IkM. of ink Kuabrl.Ut Con Cardinal Oradas of Bombay host to Ins In. CAL.

Mat'I ( 6 year-old superiorof and government represent- U,* pastas. f..r the mixilon of Bukungu.f lives were propmed for ratholte peep. !.., spas. all ...* of .a... grief for le e.JI.kU<.....t '
,, .. -
,1 been peared to death hmttuls. In Kenya, art k. sat tHe edtfkUo W one -'-

b7 a" native teacher a Christian Uganda and Tenants at a regional The Pope t..ran h.peeeh{ end all, that. the,,, C4KolMCktareh QJaaalaat..............as l
who had Joined the
meeting of the Inter* by telling attention. to ChrUtIn U mpramtko. Hr
rchels. national Catholic Confederation enel| Its very netttrr that- she I lethe -4 Off... 1110gas.
the I UCAerl.tThin **e /Im/Girt it"" lee>.e FVesi e
, of Hotptut here. Kke a r..mf>>ha... of the hour .loather tl .H MttoM sad C.wluneq "WI" c.
, .H *... M .JM than. *f an .Nseel 0(1quasi.
fartMpanta" aim greed he espreMid when he an- 1 .. ....... eea.ra
mea (MlhrVtiMllr thtre4HM aM MOT, ..
WOODS that small medical units try" awned he wewtd raene to HI l4ga.le
tug to operate Independently lbwnkar that IMS UH w wMMt t < u A **. ft* twfcnngesrtoolvely .4114 suing. CLUII I

\t'\: H.tai, and Amer!.si Fees! FveJ/ Oil Ce...p.ny, |lee.fM1.r. are out of date and will be .. detract trot the r>rha- t* tM fit t.* that RAND
bypassed In a short time by rUt at the focal plat of the ...... '
" e Open. I ,.M.'tC I II I P.M. 2S2-I122 the reptdiy-developtag ten- CMtgreM.Let And India .h*. ever been 1e >4i Fuel Oil Co.

Fac.i;h.e: tralised medical amice lathe us srVMuly) contemplate the horn of all rellcton arid
i FAit African countries. the fact that Jesus noted for Us tcUrsnr"" .* .4 J4 _4. LLOYD COX

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Eight The ITorid! Catholic Friday, Dec. 11, 1961

Pope tells Indians he works for ., Ae ; Florida sofa ReportsSara Sharing our treasure

reconciliation of all Christians 7 Queen of Martyrs
A group of Guild membersmet
re Friday., December 4, In Priest says, good example

BOMBAY '(NC) Pope of the one and only (Church; Casing aside his prepared the pariah hall for a rehearsal

Paul VI' first full day in of Christ"\ II* noted that the speech the President referred of the new liturgy. Slater Lu- helped foster vocation

India on December 3 con- road to rally "off.,. an opportunity to himself as a "ken student felts O.SF principal of the

to th* gennln of Catholic theology" who school Is training them with
tinued with full schedule of the most
a charity of all Christians sad was familiar with the "way the assistance of the pariah WHAT Is one
after his attendance at the cf winning -
to their patience. St. Thomas Aquinas reconciled organist, Mrs. Jean Gwaltney. ways I ,
Eucharistic Congress cere- Christian Revelationwith Th group will lead the congregation a convert for Christ 8y
Then he and the 81 year- 4I and thus setting
monies. Upon leaving the Aristotelian thought !>t In singing the new lit Ing your faith Father
old Cathollcoi went down to 9M
good example w
great Oval the Pope's first hymns and giving responses
the ground floor receptionroom President Radhakrlshnan, John A.O'Brien.
at Valerian] Car at the Guild's CommunionMass An upright and virtuous llf*
meeting where the Pope met known primarily ai a philosopher .
dinal Garcias house was eight other leaders of non before h* was broughtInto : on the first Sunday of Is an eloquent argument forth
with tribesmen from Catholic public life Indicated h* each month. sanctifying power
churches In India. / "II''b It will
Volunteers from the Guild the Catholic religion.
Interested in
was just keenly
in them
Nagaland northeast Among were Anglican
the desire to know
sorted, packed and labeled stimulate
the Second Vstlean Council'scurrent 1
J. G. Robinson of Bom
India. Blahop endeavors to J't ,,,, more than 500 pounds of serviceable more about !it.
bay and Methodist Bishop) reconcile
xnatlon of the world' (Mt
This had been
meeting not clothing donated by
Included In tht published Man gal Singh of the Bombay Christian Revelation with parishioners for the annual >.r... that Interest along 28,20)). This Is a guarantee
1 episcopal area.Addressing contemporary bjr explaining. vome othe that He will safeguard It
schedule. The Nag tribesmen I + Thanksgiving Clothing DrIve
this at { the President main tenoning of the Catholic
group / spoke from error.
led John Bosco *
were by JaokJe Th. Guild will sponsor a
"my dear friends In Christ," Ultb. Encourage the
the filled
room up rapidly
minister for supplies bake tale on Sunday Decem
the Pope expressed the hoi teeth seeker to and pray "Her then I* a Church
with people. The party moved pray
and nsport :Many Naga ,. ber 13, and coffee and dough. which wa not only loaded
that the Catholic Church'sefforts and with" him.
Into an adjacent mort.paeJou.t
bar been fn more or less nuts will be served in the
by Christ bit wa' also ,
for unity "can mingle! .
active rebellion against the room r parish hall after all Masses. Soon you will be able to toed Hi abiding protection
with If conversed
yours" the broad lawn and sea be
Indian government for ai Then will be a gift exchange him to Priest for
years. bring a systematic
with them singly and then yond. At one. end cf this peculiarly r i gainst error nntil the end oftime.
Two of the
wore tribal at the meeting on instruction. .
suggested that all recite theLord' the / ,' ,
shaped room-
dreg with spiky headdressand Monday, December 14 at 8 This Is Illustrated In the
prayer together, each other end of it bent around
peacock "The more I read the more
earrings. One of pm. There will be common conversion of Father John V.lIollow.y .
them the In his own language the corner of the house_was at clearly did I that thereb
gave Pope a tribal ity singing of carols.' The Colorado see
.._, of Denver
The walked next door
Pop Mahatma -
a large painting
if spear Nagas had been headhunters School Sisters of St Francis of but one true Church
to the press) center of the who led India to independence now assistant pastor
before founded Christ for the salatlon
their by
conversion will be the honored guests -
Eucharlstle Congress where and the lat Pilgrim to BombayPope the cathedral there.
to Christianity within \ of all men-th* Catholic
he met leaders of non-Chrls Prim Minister lawaharlal "I was reared as an Episcopalian
the past century) and the Church. After I had been
Pope smilingly hefted It about flan communities. Nehru. Paul VI gives Hindu gesture of friend Pope lauds ," related Father Hol reading on the Catholic faith

' a bit in appreciation. "Are w' not all one In this Pope Paul, ender the glir* hip during his pilgrimage to the International lo*ay, "and took my religion for about a year God saw to

I The next meeting, held Ilk* trngfl' for a better world, :" televUlon light and over Eucharistic Congress !in Bombay where he worea Catholic U. seriously.much On time my with vacations I it that I cam into contact
the first! st the Cardinal's residence h. eked tb* persUtent hnb b .f reporters welcoming wreath of tuberoses draped from his friend spent Donald Bertrand young from with a splendid Priest Monsignor -

was with the mayor photographer and neck.First. on 75th year William Butzer, who
At first the various leaden, Salem Illinois set a
cf Bombay, Dr. B. p. Dlvgi, a teletlnloa crews, read hit wonderful example of what was himself a convert. We
physlcan, and the governors as aged App4 peerb la }:allla''". lit thanked WASHINGTOV <>C> the Catholic faith stands for chanced to meet at a fine arts
Patwardhan and Moslem .
of two Indian sits lie President Itadbakrlrhnaner Communion receivedby Pope Paul VI said the Cath In dally Ute exhibit.
Jusef Nabmuddln
were presented
praised the city officials for "thl thoughtful and fen.enrou oils University of America "We became friends and
to the Pope once after
"their many achievements In gesture as well as for here during the 75 yean of Its Tbis mean a great deal to soon I was taking a court of
another. But the crowd
the development of urban facilities soon all III* gracbrtarora vihlrh" children at Congress existence has merited "In non-Catholic observers. They Instruction from him. During
began to cluster round him .
and services. (Bombay lour Excellency and th* government very truth the name Pontif se*' Catholics long befor that course the divine
and the formal Introductions
Is faced with the staggering yielded to handshakes and of ladle bye *o BOMBAY '(NC) A total of 3600 children taking lea L" they start to read of their origin of the Church was

problem of absorbing self-ldentlflcatlon, J nth. considerately l granted, both part in the International Eucharistic Congress here received The message from the Pope .II"Only again documented and upon
vast numbers of the country on th* orcaalon of the snip was read at a Solemn Pon !its completion I was baptizedand
crush, tilt Jewish delegation if what Is seen .Is
people who com in search of International K.charUtlotuncres their First Holy Communion at Copperage tutcal Mass In the National made my first Holy Com

Jobs In the city's rapidly expanding failed to meet the Pope and of oar pilgrimge. Grounds during a December 1 Mass celebrated by Arch- Shrine of the Immaculate good will the prospective munlon. Through God grace
When he learned of this h. convert want to begin to read
Industries) ." bishop Owen McCann of Cape Town, South Africa. Conception, close by the university J'\,* already received about
arranged another meeting I can truly say that the example
Then Cathollcos during a 75 converts, and hope to
Baslllos ceremony
Archbishop McCann told
with them that afternoon {Whit Gandhi and Nehru brought to the altar offer of Donald Bertrand did
Ougen I of the Orthodox closing the 75th anniversary shah my precious discoverywith
smiled down from their dou- the children: Ing of bread and wine more to convert me than all
Church of India celebration of the university. "
came many many more,
bl* portrait, th* Pop spoke "Th divine life is like the the books I read.
..ndVa.. ushered Into therope' Alms in Advent They wer accompanied by Archbishop Patrick A.O'Bo'le Father Holloway said.
of the "moral and civic virtues "When I was a student at
flame of the candle which
of university
own room where the Washington,
two who
Pf IMKVN (NO -The Bishops which the world has admired parents the University of Colorado,
two men spoke privately you will soon be holding In the offerings of all the par chancellor, presidedat
of Germany have called upon In tho great modern I was a member of Kappa
, However, the text of the Indians such Mahatma your hands Just as your cola of the poor. Representatives the Mass which was offered Fr. Connell led
l all to contribute to as Sigma social fraternity In
Pope's official address to him by Bishop William J.
schools followed
candles will be lit now from from
the annual Advenlat colleo Gandhi and Jawaharlal which were a number of
was released. McDonald, university rector
conducted In Nehru the big candle near the altar by bringing bread forth
t tlon Germany sacrifice. Th sermon was by Monsl Catholics. I remember particularly ) service at sea on
Top Psal Mid h* was' during every Advent sine Th* Pop then gave the which represents Christ, the Robert Paul Mohan the Kelly< brothers
At the end of the
working "humbly bal ronfj.dentljr 1961 to aid the Church In ceremonial gifts of a twin silver flame of jour candle will re the tint communicants ceremony philosophy professor) who from Fort Lauderdale, who Thanksgiving
fop the reconciliation Latin America, candelabra, a valuable thanks b* to God really
headed the diamond
mind you that the divine llf* descended from the altar jubilee
.f all CbrUtUm In th. rally Th UUhops made the appeal two-volum lUbl (known as knew their religion. They
celebration committee.
In a 'joint pastoral I letter the Blbl of the Bona d'Kste) of Jesus Is still alive In your passed the statue of Our government officials, jurists High were law students and could >EW 10RK NO Persons
Lady, and then placed a lilythey
last Sunday In which they and the usual silver framed IOU It." and members of the diplomat speak welL traveling on the Italian
had been carrying as a
CLEARWATERAce said the money would bused autographed photograph of In a symbolic gesture, one symbol of purity at the feet ic corps joined students and "I chanced to hear a discussion liner Crlstoforo Colombo

to help missions, train himself. father and once mother, representing of Our Lady. members of the faculty In the !In which once of the marked Thanksgiving Day at

seminarians, support Catholic Cardinal Graclas then announced all the parrot, attendedthe congregation. Kelly boys contrasted very
radio stations and publications that the Pop was cam up to the altar bringing Twlv Bishops. clearly the establishment of sea with a religious service

4\ HardwareMOI74 and to establish Ice conferring' "\he highest award their child crmony.At Pop Panl Hid that inrlng EplMopalian Church by ld by Father Francis J. Connell -

Phone' journalism liiatltut In Latin the Vatican can girt to ahead continualrants about the .me time, a It* 73 years, tit mnlrerslty"ha Henry VIII with the foundation CSSR.
America. In the past three of slate," the Golden The fetelot Urge congregation' attendedBrsanUnerlt Inrreased and grown of the Catholic Churchby Th* former dean fit the

I II years, Germans hat contrl Spur, on the Indian President sat boy and a girl, rep a LltnrgyOUw trong both In It* vtrtne and Christ. lit showed how school of sacred theology at

J l4iIGJf.le.tay uted about |3t million to the Th* Pope h* said, also renenttng all thug greyest ) celebrated by Arrh- In th. splendor of lu Ira III'.** Henry VIII, by enforcing the the Catholic University of

collection knew how the Indian President bUhop Joyf HllpjrJ of Lvov, "The rkh fruit that In various act of royal supremacy, causing America, an expert at the

regularly receives any Congress post JUI.lt, at Ih* Cathedral of and widely sundered him to b* recognized ss Vatican Council and a member

CLARK'SGULF rllhten with a special reed tAe Ilulyane.. fields has been brought forth sovereign In matters spin of the U.S. Bishops' dally

or complaint and tries to help .\TIC.T\" ( l'- The crowd received Holy. up to now not only redoundsas itual ss well si temporal unwittingly press pal1lv... returning
hint At the personal request' of founded the Church from Rom
CD SERVICE Communion which was" given it were to the glory of a
Pope Paul) therefor wa Valerian Cardinal Graclas of Under both species. tree planted three scor and of England. The Redemptorlst led recitation

HERCULES i DREW lying M<),fJUU to the President' Bombay, lather Edward L. In the evening a Kucharis-: U years ago but promises. a "This prompted me to study of tM Lord's Prayer,

PHONE 4443710Your la help him !. help the poor Heiton CSC was assigned tic Congre rally. under the greater field for the future, a the matter very carefully. ga\* a sermon on Thanksgiving's

of ladle Cardinal (Ire.....* to handle the press arrangements patronage of St GoiisaluCtircU yield that w,. earnestly deals Secular history shows this meaning, read Scriptur

MM. In Bombay for the In honor of four In may be Increasingly shun to h* the way the Anglican and directed slrging of the

Ont-Stop Srvtc For AI Lawn And Gsron SuppK JonUah"lll'.klnl jouriuDnt dlan servants of God wa itmt," the Pope said In his or LpUcopalian Church cam hymn, "Lead. Kindly Light."

SKYCREST GARDEN SUPPLY Th* President gav th* attending the InternatlonalIMharl.tle held mewug addressed' to Arch Into being Th* Scriptures: The .ervtc followed, nM
Pop an Intricately worked CongreM. thin. show the Church
Catholic to
bishop 0'1t.t.Vocation.
Th papal legate, CregorbCardinal ... offered arUer .. Fa-
FERTILIZERS, INSECTICIDES, SEEDS A PLANTS brass, Ump and a carved Ivory The Indiana born Priest, A ,\\An1.An. an be founded by Christ Thou f
they Connell for CathoUc on
GARDEN TOOLS -FREE DEIIYERYPhone missal stand. who heads the Englwitlan nounce! at the rally, held at rate art Peter; said Jesus 'and board.Father. .

442.744 ItI I Dar Strt. The Pop and the PrenUlent guage section of the ecumenical the Oval Grounds, that steps DHN IMNAK, IndonecU upon this rock I will build myChurch

then ehtapeii from the. closeness council press office. left would b* taken for the early < M) Ball mountainous and the gates of hell Connell said that

of liar room onto the Horn last Saturday for Dom canonisation of the four Indian bland whkh" Is a snowpUc of shall not prevail against !it although h* had written' 20

I :THAYER 'DODGE"1 1 fronds just outside. The lay after only two days ix> .n'anl' of God father Indonesian{ culture, has on* (ML 18, Ut), years ago In a Prle ts pubti

families of the government flee of his Assignment Joseph Vas, Father of the highest rates of priestly "Furthermore Jeus prom cation of bow Priests could)

r DODGE DART CORONET MONACO employer, who had been In nuking the personal tee Kurlacko LIUs and Father vocations In the world. bed to b.. with His Church conduct such' a service, this

Cary a 10,000 mil *r !t< yerr "*rrntyr. ailing on the Uwn below Quest of Pop Paul VI, Cardinal Agnelo Dtouu. and Sister Seventy-two>> young Ballne saying 'Behold. I am _'Ithou was the first Urn h* had

I "'- 44Ml04 1015 CW.rd St. wated and smiled at him. ttracUs expressed admiration l- Atphonsa. out of a total Catholic population all
llehlnd them at the foot. of a' the way father Th papal legate said the of WOO ar* now preparing .

a rocky bluff, was th* calm 1 lei ton had handled the daily) Church In India had com of for the CathoUe Priest

Gulf of Arabia. A !Utetrigged .. council briefings and wanted ace a long Urn ago H le hood, according to Father REUGION COURSE

l dhow sailed past ob him to do the setae In Bon added w. propoM Uul apo Norbert Shad &V.D.. Minnesota CATHOUC

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mAmi After soin fruit juk and )'ath..lI..ton U procurator that OM day the canonization Divine Word mission her.

r::.apes In a woodpanelledloung and pnatular general of the of the four would Uk This mean' on aemirurUn FOR CATHOUCS AND NON CATHOlIC3

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1ne The Florid Catholic Friday, Dec. 11,1964 r '1 i1e At Bishop's consecration New films

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Obituary Persecution continuesfor Christ's charity upheld fcy bas lf!.. .( t>_..,.

Morally! .nobjrt'tlonable totgeneral
Nan's mother .
BeranROME patronage
MIAMI-Sister Mary Fa. exemplary for imitationNEW DOns FKKT: : TALL APara

an of the Sisters of St. Jc- ( .)
(NC-An American prelate here has relate
eph In St. Augustine was iilaml YORK NC The Church Is called to
( ) on
Wednesday of this ed his experiences on a recent visit to Czechoslovakia I>.\ (W.It Ster.)
Imitate the of Christ (in both Its and its
eek to attend the funeral and told that he was denied a visit with Archbishop poverty spirit Morally unobjectionable fur

f her mother Mrs. Wilhelm. Joseph Beran the persecuted Bishop of Prague. .: D .... mission, a Bishop has declared' here. adult* and adoleorrntaMKAM'K
,na 0. Pueslng. "' : : OX .\ WJTt'T: -
Bishop Thomas A. Donnellan at the
Bishop John L. Morkovsky, spoke consecration
The deceased, who was .5; Ron early the test lay, I t KKNOOX: (Artlxo)
coadjutor and apostolic administrator t. r in St. Patrick's Cathedral on November 30 of Bish.
years of age was entombed could cot seek the! ptrwlt. At CoademnetlI.t.ll'E l
in Our Lady of Mercy mausc Houston diocese of the, related Galveston-how, any rate, I have ra.o. t. ......, op George Il Gullfoyle u titular Bishop of Marazanae : TIUUN: IX Till

leum. believe that the permit would and auxiliary Bishop of MOULD TOB.iY(1VaSter
on a recent visit to C>echo RUh. lo8..IIa. III hhsermoN
Mr Buesing. who has re]. slovakia he had an oppor have bee* refe.ed! Supervisor visits schools New York rtlerrrd to the newHUhop's ( .)

atlves living In Germany, tunity to visit the birthplaceof Imprisonment U a particularly Slater Joseph Mary O.P.. right diocesan super "Just as Christ carried' out career. N CatholicCharities \VOMIV IV TIIK: lU'MMJapanese:'
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died on December S. The
funeral Blessed the "work of redemption In ,
John Nepomucene bitter denial of human a u 4 rmphiuUHthai
Mass in visor, visited schools In St;: Augustine recently (Path Contemporary)
was Corpus Neumann and oppression, ..>
the fourth Bishopof rights In the ecee of Archbishop poverty charitable activity I In of
Christi Church Miami, 01December Philadelphia. Reran who Is a survivor She conferred with, from left. Slater Laura Pa the Church U called ta follow the. very essence ., the

9.Survivors. of the nail Dachau concentration trice S&J., principal of St. Agnes School; Slater the same path so that It l'burch'. tnl.."' "

Include another He went from Pragve Reo toPrschatlre camp, MM Bishop Mary Herbert.S.SJt., principal of St. Joseph Acad. might I communicate the The Church although It ORLANDOWINTER
daughter Miss Wilma BCies IB soothers) and Sister Trinita S.SJ of fruits of salvation" saUl the
Morko\ k.y. He noted that Ina emy Mary principal reeds human resources to
h mla, where Blessed Jobawas .
Ing, and a son, Carl WiUlam
recent audience for Bishop Cathedral Pariah School In each of the schools Bishop of Ogdensburg. New carry out Its mission, l.t not
1 bon UII.
BuHln,. both of Miami Miss PARK
; : and Priest "ahimnr of York In his sermon
Sister conducted demonstration classes in religionfor af'tIp to seek earthly glory,
Greta Gartner, a slater, and Bishop G uutoy 1.., SI, has
"The only reminder we Dachau. Pope Paul VI had remarked the teachers.Psychiatry. Nit to proclaim, even by In
Adolph Canner, a brother found of Blessed John was a on the absence of ---. been executive director of own example, humility and 1
In Germany. "'MM"' +ttaattttvttt>l+wua
Catholic Charities of the New
null painting In the parish Archbishop Bern from the selfMcrince.* he said.

church" said Bishop Morkoviky. audience and from the Vatican is handmaidto York archdiocese since I*.'*. Bishop 1I Donnetlan said Fall \
Pope Paul VI named him a
"It Council
was placed there according there U a "sense of urgency"!
to the Inscription, at the Bishops lUshop October 21 In the modern world "rorcln11
On 13 surviving <<
WINTER PARKJIM the time of his beatificationIn of Czechoslovakia, said sanctity Priest says Francis Cardinal I Rpellman \ to give our utmost to Fashion
1963. of Nw York was the consecrator -
Bishop Morkovsky only four demonstrate In a tangible *\fi;
with Bishop Christopher ?t
"The home, later a convent are permitted by the communist BATON ROUGE (NC-The) Church is looking today J. Weldon of Springfield way that the law of Christ

of the congregation of Sisters regime to attend the to the behavioral sciences for guidance in attempting to and auxiliary Bl-hop for the unfortunate Is as real 'fam&yAt'tue
BLAKE which his own slater Joined,
council) and three of and moving force It
only a now as .
OFFICE SUPPLYPURNITURH seems to have been taken develop the human personality toward sanctity, a mar John J. Magulre of New York .
these administer In Ills time"liow
are permitted was
over by the regime as an their d'IC"t'tI.1IoLansing riAge-counaelor Priest said here recently at the Catholic as cixxmsecrators.The ayr
new Bishop as. born fitting that our newBUhop
apartment house Student Center of Louisiana I-
OFFICE SUPPLIES In his travels. Bishop Mor. State University.Father roles to play, In helping people here November IX 1913 and is the director' of the

Ml 7-185J kovsky passed within a few Bishop'senthronement become more free, self attended Catholic elementaryand arcNIInresan organisation lietllcatH -
,00 80. Orlando A fI.. W.P. George HamnalerCSV with that sense of i
reliant human leadIng schools
miles of the present residence .. profesaor of religious being, high Oeorge
happier. and holler lives town University In Washington urgency to that causes he
of Archbishop Josef Beran of education at Catholic Vniver 1

Prague, now living In a remote pity In Washington D.C aUI Father Hagmater salt and ForUhsm University aid.The
BILL BARDOEFORD village."I set for Dec. 75OO too much emphasis on" the A careful distinction must where he received a bachelorof Bishop also underlinedthe

was denied a visit with soul and th. spiritual can he be made, he a 1.\SilISn! Auxlll- coixh: and the confessional He studied for the Priesthood arising from the ecumenical'
FACTORY DEALER the Archbishop, Mor
Alexander M.7aleskl Just as corrosive In society asmaterialism.
kovsky reported The attendant ary Bishop patient Seminariansmust at St. JOIIelI8comln.. rouncU stress on the rolIrglallty -
of Detroit will be enthroned he Dunwoodle New of \ their
to York
who unlocked the taught dLiUnrulll"t..tnrn ary -
Thinking of emotions and
December 15 In St.Mary' .
door of the building Informedme drives as lower faculties Father persona who are and was ordained by Car* unity In one Unly with the
Mi. 654-3JJJ that as a foreign citizen cathedral here as coadjutor lUfmaler suggested, able to help themselves and dlnal Spellman In the rath. Papa| a. head and their paw w >,

W. Hwy. 50 I would need a permit from Bishop and apostolic C'IUIlft lltfonl.u to amume make free rholer In all areasor drat on March 1941. Following shared I responsibility for the

w..... C.rtf.a the Ministry of Education Inleague. administrator of the Lansing just In one and th w. who ordination he studied universal Church.
"thlt the higher faculties at.ah'l'lY'
Member 61 diocese to succeed retiring need psychiatric help" law at Columbia University Thus, he paid Bishop Gull-
In control of the
St. Charles Bishop Joseph It. Alters Father lUfmaler stressed receiving' a mailer i>f (laws foI,,'. consecration.! "Is Important
lower that
spiritual help
Perish ""Sl" .r we were to leave for Bishop Albers. first head ran solve all twhavloral III.n"H. the Importance of the preschool degree In !9 LBesides not only for New

of the diocese established In ." years, where the highly holding I various York, but Is Worldwide not

BARNES 1937 asked to be relieved of Impressionable child "a parish assignments, Bishop only In theory but In appli

his administrative responsibilities The re...'ii* for ......n' bundle of feeling" picks up Uullfoyle has served I as assistant cation."
House RAPFRY AND because of his health. III brhatlur are rtm reeled "signals" from his parents chancellor of the "F.ach Bishop as a member
of Beet ESTIMATES Next to the Detroit archdiocese not !. free how, but ). she and carries them with him archdiocese, from 1'M ta of the episcopal college and

r MM N.. Oraage OrUaleFAOUETTE Lansing la the smallest dloonirml ....0110... of |bpallrx. throughout II'.. 1947, and a. an archdlocesanronautlor legitimate successor of theApostltl t

sea CAr4ea uur see In Michigan In area and Mid .b. ...... .r. Father llagmaler said many since lilA He ha< I. obliged by. wF

: 1s. lr alllO nut to Detroit has the parents do not reside that a been on the staff of Cathode ChrUfa Institution and eonvmand
d Both the Priests and the
red largest Catholic population child's basic attitudes "have Charities since 1947, II. was tn be solicitous for the

AOrIM VM sale t..le. with more than 200.01X) psychiatrist have Important| been set or Jelled before he named a papal I chamberlainIn whole Church Bishop Dow

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DAT STEAK. .AtTMOBltBB.... RatMN Tw1 DSAl.....a BUhop 7wOr..kl. ".. vi.. Coming placed 1 In a "Catholic desk 1M7, and a prothonotary BivomnrW +

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Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, Dec. 11, 1964Workhardobeydonlwastetime


Pontiff counsels *boys in Bombay 4


(c..a..a Sr.'s pail H the language and cultural expressions and In'that of the student

We recall the fruitful apos- of the people and rally at Don Hrmco Institute,

tolat of St. Francis Xavier encourage Christians to express huge crowds of spectators wr

and many other Priests and their faith and devotionin lined the streets through .

Religious who spread the harmony with the civilization which he passed. Only a human

good new of the Gospel. of India and In truly In. chain of police with In. r
dian form terlocked hands kept the
"In the secular history of "Thus the Church having eager crowds from surgingover I

your land we know the natural gathered Jie varied treasures the Pope's car. I ,

goodness, humility and of the many cultures of the About 40IXJO) high school try a

I patience of the cons of this East and West will be and university' students were
country your unswerving devotion further enriched by the contribution at the outdoor rally the Pope
to spiritual Ideals. Were of her Indian son .
visited. A welcome was given
not ignorant of the many drawn from their country'
by Raymond Soares, president
trials and difficulties which .
rich and ancient cultural tradition.
o/ the All India Catholic
you undergo with fortitude... ." '
University Federation representing
Before 'leaving SV Paul's I IP
The people of India and Catholic high schools I
the Pop gave the Impoverished and the
Ada" ran draw light and colleges throughout
trrnglh from the" tending parish a gift of $.jOOO nation. The Pontiff was presented %
and a set of vestments and with a garland of flow. II lug
and pirtt of JPIIH, from Ills" Ir
the chalice' he had used to _
Iou and rompanJon, 1m theirefforla era and a gift of an Ivory 4r
1 Mass. While in the St.
to help the less for say lamp carved like an elephant.
Paul area he received members
Innate to ,brotherly .
of the Young Christian "A, the Holy ..Father I love
love, to attain
pence among
Workers movement. every human bring, every
thrmnelrea and with thrlrmelghborn"
adopted son of God; but above
Pope Pant acid "Youth I"I particularly dearIn all I love the youth Pope

I "We are deeply grateful u.." ht! told\ them. "You are I'aul told the rally amld.ttremendous

for the freedom ,,"urM.to the! leader of tomorrow and applaaae
we take a deep Interest In
of the In
preachers Gospel lour preparation for the difficult "You are the hope of the
your country. They communicate
future. You full of
tanks which! await yon. are young
the of Jesuit
menage lift and energy and ambition.
with the highest for Doth in the St. Paul area
respect _. .. .
He assured that I follow yourplane -
the convictions of others In which the Pope visited later,

fatherly and Interest your progress and that with I 'Great Is our joy,1 Pope Paul tells Indian people- I

Cease arming and aid wih you every happinessand

success. At "the Oval" In Bombay where the principal Holy Eucharist at is our Joy" Pope land and to manifest in person our friend.

As he had done other times, functions of the International Euchar- Paul said on the occasion "in finding our. ship and admiration for the great and noble

nations, Pope appeals the Pope ended his address istle Congress were held Pope Paul VI received self among the Indian people. At last we can people of India." I

with the exclamation "Jal the ovation of fellow pilgrims to the come to know this immense and populous
t By Elmer: Von Feltlt Hind!" (Hall to India!)

I BOMBAY (NC) -Pope Paul VI Usued here what he

\ called "our anguished cry" to urge nations to halt the Bombay's Cardinal voices hope Consecrated Respect for pontiff marks I

armaments race and devote their resources to helping WMR\V, IndiaC) -

Pope Paul1 consecrated Hindu crowds' behavior

developing countries.
Congress will stimulate mankindrk here ..U new Hl"h ipi" with a
The Pope issued the challenge as he met newsmen on solemn ceremony at the oval
Patrick down the middle aisle of th.
the Friday evening of his visit in Bombay. lie urged the ny l'at Kileytrter known throughout the Western ground, the main site of the By Riley Oval The crowds waved and<
3Nlh. International Emharts.tic. :
press to get this "special message" to the worlds: BOMBAY (NC) A qUI of a million pilgrims work! smiled but no shouting could
('ongress.They simple soutane. Pope
"Would that nations could cease the armaments race moved through Bombay leeprocession t t Sunday night in the final With the harbor lights be heard until the Pope approachI >
Paul VI met the
twinkling behind him the were Bishop MarrrlKvarlote great personages .
of the !intrrnationAt lal KucharijrtJc Congress.at the places wh.r.Europt'an.
and devote their resources: and energies instead to f ra. ] papal I leg.ite rained the monstrance Van Itengrn ('J" ofMMeka and the great and other non-
their head the Mon Blessed borne
ternal assistance of the de. of nutrition clothing, shelter was Sacrament in blessing over the the CiinKu; Bishop masses of India on the first Asians were standing.He .
a canopied float with the ]papal legate to the Congress crowds \lI.a Kamhrano Pdl.uliM,
full of his
Tfloplng nations and medical care which' affect Grrgorio Cardinal Agagianiaigrcgatlon ,n, prefect of the Sacred Con- O.P, vicar apostolic uf (Sane.lo. day pilgrimagehere circled the great podiumIn

The text of the Pope's me. so many peoples! for the Propagation ., IVnadnr: ; ftUhop DernardOK to attend the Interna. the center of the Oval and
was a stranger and you Three Priests t i Ion.1 Eucharistlc Con. down the aisle
I tags follows: "From the peaceful altar of of the Faith kneelingIn k> .llakpah. Atakpume., continued on
the EucharUtlc Congress may brought. me home, naked Toga/ Bishop nf'fn..r4 heist'. gress. the other side The tour of
"Although our pilgrimageto : this our anguished prayer. and you clothed me," the Cardinal said killedin the Oval took about 15 min
Dombuy ls brief and filled cry go mamatoana MX, of \loranilafa It was a full clay (Decent-
Valerian Cardln Graclas declared
all of :; utes.
forth to governments tier
Malngimy n.I.bUrl.II.hop 3) In another sense as
with appointment, we have the world and may God Inspire Archbishop of Bombay, spoke "The Gntipel and the Eucharist Lawrence Patrick Mrs.ran well It began early in the .
Then Paul' ntfdthe
desired to dedicate a short with' gratitude of the visit of CongoI Pope mo
them to undertake this remain Incomplete In
auxiliary of Melbourne, morning with a reception for
period to a meeting with altar for the ronwrallosiof
you. Pope .pjul VI, thanked Cardinal
peaceful battle against the us until all thoM who holdout \
and civic I
Australia Hlahop Bombay's authoritiesand .
We thank you for your Intense : Agagtanlun and the I.V..rnm..nt > : I It ''l LIE:, TheCongo the Mi BUhop. which began
sufferings of their less for their hands to u* find us
Leonard DXonui coadjutor ended late at night with
work in regard to our 'immediately and 'In an
authorities, the <(1( ) White refugees
tunate broth.rlll"Thll.h hurrying to their aid sharing .
if JalMilpnr India.Program a visit to an Indian ballet
VUlt" that the abbreviated form.Crowds .
reminding you and all the pilgrims.We consoling, comforting." arriving' here from theCongo's
Paul had representing the history of
press which representcan Pope
terrorized\ ( north said
and thai It An overwhelming majorityof / man's salvation. Between the at the Oval wereImpreulve
\ be a most potent Instrument gone through a strenuous day hope| pray Pr1entswere
for Irll"IUtL\ he preceded, Ms. serious pieswith bas not all Wen In vain' ('.,.- the pilgrims were ImlUna that three Belgian changes two, the pop Mini In meetings not by sheer
? shut and killed on Novemlxr
some light banter with dlnal CmrlM Mild 'thata/ far fewer than the expected Puerto j with the leaders of non- weight of numbers vast as
t "Always .b* faithful to the p''"lilii. some way, In earn Ct.. of n., 1.1.0(10 foreign pilgrim In fact .k) because they do.fled Pti:; Kk (es. ) Catholic Christian churches, they were, but because of the

truth remembering, ;our reponnlhlllty The advance h.. been pm4.'''f'1I thai I "III| !r. arrived. Moot of the women orders to stop celebrating Francis Cardinal) Sptllman leaders of non Chrtetlan communities quiet concentration one

to I the publle and the reception announcementof It|11.1| renewal of elf for wore brilliant saris, though / Mamie One Catholic Sister of New York will\ consecrate receptions for the might almost say the devotion
11 eventually to hMuryVe that picas there would be nuquestions whlrk IkU. rongre waa Held. there was a sprinkling of was. aim reported deaxL Bishop Kremlot Torren' Oliverof diplomatic and consular -of the people who nude

western dresses as well, as of The refugees, including Ince here on December corps, a visit to I Indian President them up. This was a con
t 1 \ entrust to you our and no answers at "May the flame of this spin the trotwered attire of Punjabi /several nuns, who came hereIn 21. Sarvepalll ItadrukrtAh- suntly recurring topic of
I the ....Ion. Hut the Pope
l f special mesaitge to the world. haul renewal, whlrh has etc women. Some men wore tww United States Air Archbishop Rmmanuelte nan lunch, conversation among Westerners .
a return visit
r Would that the nations could with! a twinkle In his clear. kln
I cease the armaments rare and blue eyes, startled the newsmen Eucharistic: week, .pr'ltIllrom l India. the killing tnok place In the Dominican" Het* hMc. was the
nan emweeratlon of six Indiana on the other hand
his remarks
devote their resources and energies by opening home to home from di< (e e Many of those* who ftunla two day tiefore a forcexl to derllne the office
Bishop before a crowd of at were astonished at the site of
I Instead to fraternal asilnUnce with two questions: 'Whoam tit diocese from nation to nation marched, Nprctally the children forte at mercenarWs. and Conpnt '>f mess ecrator drains he least half
Where a million and probably 1Mm (the Bombay polk
of the developing natlonst your am you and from continent to were barefoot.The *>e soldiers" drove off the will go to Europe to promotethe double that,
antl a visit commissioner said that
Would that every nation from' continent, so that by our retwld. and .reri.ed them. International. Marian M. to two exhibition
thinking thoughta ofpeace Me then thanked the news.men united effort' the tide of haired prare."lnn took wore They Mid several of the Waters rinlnck'al l (""If'tanh H hk organisation's carefully
I than. an hose to reach (II.! destination The Pop entered the greet told plans had roved utterlyInadequate
not of affliction' and for their work and sue
which dl-
animosity were aaiMtilted hy young to 2ft. im.1. to N.se Iinmlngn.ArrhbMwpfhwkaute Oval sKe of the
war would contribute even apart r If Ins In reporting his trip. elder| men and, polnns humanrelatkinthlps the rtdnMal llrltlthbnlll rebel who beat them with LoisAponte main EuCharbtte for the Immensityof
of Its eepwn.litun| for He said he undentond. the may In same arth' known en the (aim aid butts. \ Cnngre** activitiesfor the welcoming crowds)
arms to a great world fund problems of reporters because measure l.. turned Ivuk.'* way to ln
for relief of many problems "n', father was a Journ.U.I ....- Hotnfmj. hurhor.There "Miler' Helene HunrtnltiwnI ) he will lie enlhrvnedaa on a .Mt. Jeep. mm people who know India well.
fanlln! Ag iUnl' n stroke the! first native In his
newsmen the. three Archhtohvp while cawnrk. h* stool this waa a typical Indian ilar
at I this final Owgreoa, Mass for the n..t. llmliv of 8n Juan on l.,hoary 15 next to ValerUn Cardinal shan reference for a ...r-
whilebel.g -
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Pr "I. '
"THE HOME OF GOOD IMPRESSIONS" im '"Th.. social renm IMII< they left the rnnajre>.Mi were huHe.d of .Ian".,, 8. an orlg- Grarta, of Horabay. while of and
...... ..- tr 1..r H* son great Integrity
ties nf the children. of Ik>tL* site at the Oval the p4arr.m Rally planned' the Jeep slowly dedication
proceeded to God
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