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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 18, 1964
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
weekly
normalized irregular
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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 )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
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issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00051
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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May the Christmas "'OL. XXVI, Now 7 Orlando, Florida, Friday Dumber Ili. IRUhopa 10.
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ORLANDO-After taking part In a pontifical Requiem

season bring ,each of, : ilaaa to commemorate Bishop Patrick Barry of St.Augur

: tine who died in 1040 Priests of the Diocese of St. Au. ea

}.:;: :. ids. very close to ,Christ gustine spent Tuesday cf this week, studying the latest R

decree of the Second Vatican Council.

"Our Saviour and may ,1 Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley just recently returned .

'. Af from Rome where, he participated In the third etalon of
the Gxjicil. attended the conference held in St. Charltep&rlat
ik f: the comfort of His with all of the Priests of his Diocese. Priests read

'Q the Constitution the Church Paul
on proclaimed by Pope
:: gracious presence "i i VI almost a month ago u well aa the decrees on the

Catholic Eastern Churches: and on Ecumenism promulgated -

: warm and sustain by the Holy Father at the same time. The dogmatic
us Constitution on the Church: a landmark hi the Vatican
Council's deliberations brought the following comment .y

i i':,' :during the New Year;:;*j jLi entire from Pope body Paul of the on Church'a November 21 when, he addressed' the

Y. Blsho at the close of the this doctrine II that through!
"
It nothing t. realty changed"
;
: rchbishopHurlY
Council
? third
: < ; seasion. in the doctrine of the Church.
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Pope Paul broader also."What was present remains.What -

urges the Church taught fo| '
I centuries ,.* teach also. &

concept of universality "The only difference la that ,id
what was simply lived priously \ I
Is .. 0 .
\ now expressed; ----- -- .w. -- iii"i- --w BMWMBOWBH MiiiiiMSB IS aWSSBBSBBBBSMaMaBBI
By Father .John P. Donnelly slon "does not end In irenl- what wss uncertain and not Greets laloBishop Barry's relatives I
I VATICAN CITV (>Q)-Pope Paul VI h
the catholic Church to broaden Its concept of universal Imposes on the apostolic and discussed of and ta some Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley brother and two Priests their Priesthood In the Diocese of
and dialogue the need for much part a point controversy
ity recognize the good to be found in other
cultures religionsand moderation wisdom and has now reached a calm form presided at the 21th annual com who are Ma cou Ins were present; St. Augustine Monalgnor William
patience
"Because values) to be preserved, the It reminds us further ulation" memoratlon" of hU venerated predecessor from the I left<<" Monalgnor Dominic Harry, who used"\ to serve his Blah

correlative of universality and be li Pope said was the result of that Christianity is not linked Th. same subjects the In the Diocese of Ft Augustine J. Harry of lllaleah Monalgnor op-brother .. a diocesan official!,

cause unity ii unity defined in his meeting! with the Indian to any one civilization, but is Constitution on the Church Bishop Patrick Tarry who., William furry P.A.. Archbishop& belonged to the Diocese of 81. At)*
clear and unmistakable term people. designed to express itself so- and the decrees on the Orlen died In August of 1910.( On the ocraalon. Hurley and Father' Joseph( A, Kuatine for 44 years of his Priest

by St. Paul we are easily But, he added the impresparishioners rol'.:, back page tal Ism-churches will be topics and on for ecumen further a solemn" Pontifical I Maaa Harry Doth Monsignors who now hood.

led to believe that universal- discussion at deanery meet In Orlando last Tuesday the latea serve the Diocese of Miami!, beganCongo'sviolence .
Tribute set in Lakelandfor
ty It uniformity. On ing of the Priest later oa,
the contrary Pope Paul laid, m. Monsignor John P Burns
according to the Chancery InSt
multiplicity must be re< aired, respected and Indeed Fr. O'Farrell's jubilee Monsignor William J MuUtally Present representing Blsh

promoted and vivified." P.A. celebrated the Mas op Barry's family were hU
Casting! his thought In the LAKrXAND-Father William J. OTarreU. pastor Of In St. Charles Church: at 10Christmas brother, Monsignor William
framework of hit recent trip Barry P.A.pallor ol St Pat Cardinal Agagianian
to India during tij weekly St. Joseph Church In Lakeland, who war ordained In .." ",,,,,\ \\UU" ,,\, rick Church la Miami Beach;

general audience on December Ireland on Christmas Eve 25 yean ago will be guest of and hit cousins Monsignor
t, the Pope said: honor at a public reception In the pariah Sunday, December / fast Dominic J. Barry of Immae VATICAN CITY (NC)-Th. director of the Church'a .alW assistance' and ehart.
The duty Immediatelyarises 27. Father O'Farrell came to the Diocese in 1M3 date. Conception Church in world-wWe mUalonary activities h.. deplored the mar <7 with .. Nicer lint than ,Its

el knowing better those and kM been a pastor of This year, when, the Chancery ', Mislead and Father JosephA. tynium of the Church In the Congo and the violence daily week .Uf pace> end
peoples with whoa we come tofs su James Orando; St. refutations M fait and Barry .! RtiurrtcUo which goes counter to the tarred rights of Justice and "**'..** 1 t tlb.rty
m contact by reason of the soda la many place tn Joseph Loretto; Blessed Sac- abstinence were publishesfor "Chorea la Jacksonville.la ." rr. the deep felt ferret (
Gospel, recogalalag all thefood Florida lament, Tallahassee sad the Dint-... of St Augustine his. eulogy MoasJgnor CinfMVAt beck .. '
they possess, Mt eoly TIM public Is Invited to Join TIUsWTi; back page the following law imposing Blares, the pastor of the Cathedral CrrgoHo Cardinal! Agagianian, prefect of the Ibcrtx ,
ta their history and dvllixa.tlon December- nat the observance of fast of St Augustine recalled Congregation for the rrvpagatlon) of the ralth.' In a Jacksonvillefamily
tat also m the heritage the Magnolia on Building on and abstinence this month that en August 13, I IWo formal statement released' by Vatican Radio, traced (the
ef moral and religious values East Orange Street for a reception was stated: when Bishop Harry died after history of bloodshed dating from January 1, 1963 with

which: they possets and pr. from 7-10 p m. ia TW oWl lgatle..1. fast aMab II yean ai Bishop of $1. Au.gustliw tn* Hilling or 21 Holy Uluwi mission .1 givesFr.
th'll1Itft. theChurch
honor of Father OTarrtlL ..U "Florida mo md a Fathers at Kongob.
serve.Thlj fsce, formerly observed
attitude rnjwt victims e(
ef Catholics man beloved of Cod and Williams
toward non-Catholics Is DOW The officers of the Catholic .. Iieeember" t4. the ,<|fl .f men who* memory U la "It continued untetemipted feMMlroiled hatred and of a .
tlurlftma. .h ehwnedos with the killing of rehgtous
MW
sharpening and developing, Woman's Club the Mother's benediction"' ,false and subversive prepagsnda -
December U ., Itocenv mea and women ef the vart have VATICAV CiTY (\o) -
although it also belongs to Cub and the Knights of Columbul they perished Ul
her 24.Thus. Risk Uslle sea Fas Mates Oblates ef The sew rtetor of the North
Barry's
the honest and positive traditional win be m charge of a ,land made fruitful by UM
the event Refreshments win t *t* ... ensMtired people oflh Mary. .lmma ulal I., White dedication *f Brothersand American Collage la llama
manner la which the be served. r4's meat may not be world\ VIM .. their "eat "aIM,.. I'aulonUts, rslherif Liters many she preceded' eriaifwd Q latest. from the
Church has considered the .. taken the chooM
on day you duty U chlUtattoa. sunset the Sacred! Heart Vl.rtrts.Verona Jetted State In ceremonial
them fat than ao
more
Gentiles and pagans"IDs FaDewlsjg. ale "prissily' to observe the Christmas -...... ka* lsg .If. was ..*.... Fathers, Sister of UN* In. the sam apodolate,"yean Cardinal tit l ... "',f."'. HaUtea en D.-
eked .. sipport this the itMIe at the St Patrick's vlgU. It ls to be observed asa 'state p a. )1.l a..lf a.r Most I My hoary Fraactaca AfifUBUn said. rembf U One of the Priest
statemestf ., St. A..t... College, Mayaeta. he was day ef fast and complete n.,. sands"BUlap I MisslMtartes of Mary and .as Father Mirnael. .." ...
..... he said. was severe iaafTtrntBg rdatsed .. December. It, abstinence On day of convplete ethers.'Great. "|.**ed IW Ch./b cIrtr Wifltamt who\ was or
the necessary re- 1m at St Mrl's Cathedral, abstinence meat and Barry felt strongly sorrow for ..... lan.|lj ... merits .. Ms <. dated far the Diocese of U.
latUukh betwee.lb. Caarek Lengferol, Inl.... soup er gravy made from that the rinses .f the Churen.and vkUms *he bate tragically sneg.ad. kr..t. mUtlMMr AuiusttneliUlyjp
aid sahsttoat "It met a* meat may M be iced at all sometimes even .her perished M the field ..4 lhtr !Ms aM II* **. W the Fraacls lists, wM".
be deeded that tae fertile* II. came to the Diocese eft The law on 'fasting apptte torteryoiM champions' often tend to forget >talk led. wheel. a.mb*r ,..,..< A/rite* clergy, bas became rtftor tn >ptemh.rafter
ale bate their ",.,'na." ( Augustine In May, 1M3. ever 21 and under UM ChtrttVs mast valve .la yet newness (... t+muflA< .".... eatlvlagty llsegbwlIM serving si nihop 01CUrt.we.
Since then he has served U year ef age.made a tie contribute to toeitty la ed deeply tn the souls .4 aQhe CM|. UU !.aShg Waeljna. said. U was by ,far
This Impression of ancient these parishes as admialstra- Father" Wns. J. OTarreU \ HUU HHUtHU\ CTF.ItGY, honk MI *4mHt the pacifying, and ("iM ..d bas ""a..4 ... JAcJLwVvIu.r: b.1 ,...



I The/ mann the pew welcomes/ new form of Mass I IBl



a staff writer tM reaction t* the rw" Mat a major' step ta the that sissy gsaista .**Jd i.sfJh .. DM Priest till that pop.. ef reuse el the\ Cata And, they f fist| a Uwle disturbed
English in the Va ia a whole new life, and .ia being kn eack deanery, The oVaasre right dtrfctMd .tai pvrlruuu4 eL't.Os. are Mre a poo4ed as felIesCentral UM Mat .. be aH to raglua W UM rrierts, bi a*. lass AMT |he ha. b*.s1ft ba.. (tiM MW blue very mwh.M UM&T. Pit prtrtrs.
favorably received by the great majority of CaUxJks M UM fntod Male. skMtsrem*.ts .last M e a d. a y. ......., Ms.. raeig p>> .*y .f u.. slrWr pMptolike The other p... who have
raritbJoners are telling their pastors bow much they area ..... M *pf-ol Inc ........ pia tae Print MW. Msn.lgser. N. M .Hk r...n.U..., bees grvmhlMg" are net. asertsy .
Lie the new Blurry. A spot poD taken' tn the Weal Cbaat la u.. r...,., .*-r,. IW .*.. dwtr director .. ..... b1eWP IM( a ,.,*.a Has. .. said, petlMbly bra Most ef UM people ef the .** .f toy tN.m.Mals. bt Met |* lass. toward aM left Man after f .mnses sit i..uig "l.m4 M are seats. else have aot bun ,
area of the Diocese of St Augustine ahowa the same Central deanery area are <**- ../ yet b.c.s ...h.rt.Llbw.psCrabs Wad atagMg at M .... wh rtkfe buss. suns{ lu .t.-t' has a..., "... ArvHiNM.tt sass, "rarftaik*. Or eth I
general I'f'&C'UoG-moItJy favorahk.Tl lt M.4 .** IM Masses b...geVfrrM .... .......... a/. M. regvUrty atfi.4I4 )left t*. ssstarr.North ... ..h* ..",. ant ken IM .U.'It... ,
tt scat MM
people feel they belong at last They feel& nearerto .as r.at***, atewAng UM lay e.wj aesla1.e J to rkotr pert. .
the at )f.... 'heir r...,..
.. )f olga.f as ad
the Priest and more Intimately .. MMslgiMr Mtasaas J, M.t> ....*. FrVais ass UM rase.IMMNa11. "'TV MM Is 7*."r Ma.' Florida yea. tb A* are relate t>s b-tag loM 'J
.
rUrt
iwHa. iJtivgiral rm- PA. vr ef ... .. .., 'sad p pl.-all s ffy sat *#-
tally JL tsn4 hN
connected with paMar ,
'sissies 'emirs' widely p&.. .... bare ... aeee. to stand vp and sit 40.*. and ,
what bappeoa oa the altar. scattered ks tW s>.r sW.. k.lp Past. partsU t* Day tea a Tk music, be ,.,1.. Isewmatg yon un are especial. to t.nte. u-.pw "tt".k r K.- ....... .. ""'c nMuk M to mtt prayers.
iwaekv It give !bees a beltataadmtast.g ,.... lM VF *.l..f W M Pastparse
The csnaesjv ., deans and take lae aw Htargy c*>aseatoag. slog iwy tatugku .. f .... Ins )..,....re seise toaU4 AI M. Pears ItHMfgMeaa ,
., UM Ma**. aX Pad OMPT bas afcM .. i k, Jrln.TtD., bad !
.
C s. Priests' la best deaneries ... tea p rua as aa etaswie. ...... samlutle. UM ass 'taaa" ai IwstUj
First they 6.w the Mass 0(5 narFOertosa ".. Mt .... Msarseut ebwrtaluoeM Spans swig
k sews tut a* -w sad .
)I. ..
b wumsaly ealkastacUe. One ef CM Cetnmisslm. aM u oa>.rrUS *ta< tae aU &::11.,... ergaasats at k* kfearfcaVOIH pertdlisa.ce, .... *.***n 'Uw. M. ...,... )1..... as sad lit I
.
Deanery by te deanery mats the CM sane.T reports Priests made k1f frtvtrj ., Pried MJ .1iPtI h*Got,* *eFJtfttk aM E7.a*415f414 at e..-rrMAM. Prssete" tI IN perish bass sans. deserts n. ,....,.. '.. lli afg, af HalM went SMIDM urrr. bask. peg
came to Mlta b Wtg
AhsxigMy OM aU *,s to '
Six.day Aa4 inces=
.w
t 1 the
e Dee Maw is ea tfce Tsp ..... I e a a1y. they are the ...... sea **rtm*.. apedAledy. r'
cSe5lree bawl
ef aB-Prk bad ,... tvUrlMf awe sato the .... rr.O4 hats sa R tewN a sneib
aaie. .f the it .., Mrt .tghdk psii ate feel *(
taMe' worth M/ M M <
tajM .M chest stTJ ,
CatfvcruttHM between ps- Far ta. oral bane NTCM ice's. :'> ary. ..* **! .*.. *f .
Iwsr ... f. Mai ... 3 titr&m w. tea.
Ian bate laaVwed OK ,* r tJw n. Sable TW *"
wa* Mar.tMd bare ...ae..r. gstcat.m. McradiM W Soda. tor *e *. t: j / oa..MMv. Uul they
tenH.,. is the new Massg : WSJN.w& pry ... : Me takes place at ear* MAMTV l.h" ti Wtter swS1 fIe<'...
k* TMST pan***" yxt.a"* p.tn ca, n., ri:s ., _4'f **) UM. rtitorMMH at 9.,rir.4res the, r, 4 see .... ... P'teds14
CM. HiM sal its ; NMeMw.J .L'3' and beat and n. 1s#.
Kr. -***. tae sweet tSaaa :: \ sad a. ready 1w Gm Mai
dire ae4 .w w ... sayht4.T.o .
"AM ere yoon son' ay crease let tkeepww. : bch.4c W.Mee't's. .
... t,,.. ., .. ..-at. b
ems.es<.m* Yon ar*. lied pray sW" tfcrtr a y > p "
>.. train **.... a (. tay caa each.: ".,'...... .,., ..;. tSsdd lW r..ar>. .. '.>* MtfiMtMlkf UW K A*.
Nat UM lay d mithey -.s. .. .. ebm.rsrsi. a* ama>.. ..**.i.<. s> t4 deem etMO.4L 0...
say
aeUW AI.4.. sm.t mee. 0.. ,.f"f'.w we ,.,.. .. */ U4 ewe ev*.Mry at ... .. cw t.,'MI "** art t* *.
that 1.1- are ia tr a.z.q. LfMf: Hj&l3f that I0UV fVAtVy #'tJ Fawvia.. w.sl.lay Has. bet ,1kI Sae
are k EM tear it.trd | r* are sa el tae Massgintaett.Rdbenis, ; 1 ae M Pat..i..l a ..*.. a ftte rxnuav ef preset 4*
"'Are p.ept. -ca el 33 pttMe .. CwNrmat vsa.s" bad 'rt| f' to teat >
yartb
krsais ST.**- Is, M& *. ....,.- w sad '**< wB 4' \ning ft'. )f.u4.
Mist t.drtsy Sad real: ft* .TVat t* Oe way t Mid at area ef RaM ,....,..... "tits they lad tea/ tact priC
tat at avgwg Oe .,..M asstwDr It* a. a4K 'Meeq ay.atea Taaaf, be. h+.asa aid e.. !cellos are MtU .b.
at Masses CMof s.c-c c.-raa t.- ,s._. are b.ppy ._ Joe 1st jpt** a4 eve. ii
CUIIIf''bae rose a/a M catns Mtidps Maflaty fee \iSltU Us. esrlaaty *<* iota Md r>dsw Iatarlst else!! ifty MUM. at )I..... M S4aM; ilaOta IBI




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The Florida' Catholic' Friday, Dee. 18,19&1
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graph Florida ReportsOrlando events tab ...!... DM .....* hiss
.... ..... .....si 554.d ...""
of .U. S. Catholics isis.this ..... L0.,.... "..
INN ...... N ....... .......
GLENDALE, Ohio (NC) Tampa ..11II......

Figures about the United Sacred Heart st. AndrewSt. Christmas party December .
States Catholic population are On October 30, the fall program Andrew Guild held its
20 2 St Joseph
annual Christmas party on p.m. parish
"very misleading, according of the Sacred Heart parlih
to the Glenmary Home Misdoners. unit of the Confraternityof December 17 at 8 p.m. In the ca/etorium/ 2100 26th

Christian Doctrine got underway church balL There was an Avenue South. St. Petersburg,
Their research center here with a meeting of the exchange of gifts among the CDA Court St. Ann sponsor.
laid that while one out of executive board of the Tampa women and refreshmentswere
every four people in the U. S. parish. The organization, un served. Children from Holiday festival ball Do.
is a Catholic, there are large der the direction of Father St. Andrew School presented ember 29, starting at .8. p,m.,
areas of the country where J. J. MoUoy S.J, has indicated a Christmas play and sang X of C ball 1309 Hendrleki
the Church is virtually unknown as its primary goal for 1965, carols. Annette Muglacb, pro Avenue Jacksonville St.
the development of a high gram chairman, was I In 1 Sri 'a t Monica Circle of Blessed Trinity .
The center staff prepared school of religious educationfor charge of arrangements. Church, sponsor.

nap showing 20 rural dioceses those Catholic students not St. Charles Holiday dance, December
.fourth enrolled h Catholic
containing one high
The annual Christmas party 29, 9 p.m. to midnight, Elki
the nation's total
population schools. held December 13 I ia the St. Club, DeLand, St Thenii
but only 3 per cent of the The officers of the Sacred .
Charles social ban wu enJoyed Circle of St Peter parish.
Catholic population.In Heart unit Arthur Va-
are; by more than 350 parishioners. sponsor.
these dioceses, mostly ladle, president; John J Two- The exceptional
,southern only one out of 23 mey, vice-president; Nancy singing of the men's and New Year's party, parish
people .Is a Catholic. much Alchediak. secretary; and women's choral groups directed .a hall of St. Peter's, DeLand,
smaller proportion than In Africa Mrs. Gordon Pollman, treas by Dr. and Mrs. Ray St Monica Circle, sponsor

," it was stated. urer. The chairmen of the Olech accompanied the silhouette New Year's Ere dance, December .
various committees are: pageant of the Christmas
31 1 to 1
Another map showed 20 of Thomas A. Rose HaielMayxe p.m. a.m.,
the major urban dioceses, Mrs. C. C., Vega Jr., Monsignor story Charles Santa A.presented Bartok, Seminoles beneficiaries of doll bonanzaMrs. buffet dinner, dancing, tickets

with relatively small land John 0. Mullen, Mrs. Michael Father Bronls P. Benesevlch, are 7.50 per couple, contact
area but containing half the Alchediak and Curtis M. Kellogg. and Father John Bluett with Herman Bernhardt a parishioner pattern that are 40 years old or Among those who listened to the Mrs Jacques Jacobs, Sacred
Guild Jacksonville.
nation's Catholics Mrs. Arthur Gibbons Is gifts. entertained fellow membr leas abe repair and dresses doll. story of this charity were from Heart ,

"In actual practice, the currently substituting as act Mrs. Hugh McNulty parish of st. John Vianney Catholic Material for the clothe 1 Is donated left Mrs. Ruaaell McLatchey: Mrs.

Church in our country is for ing-chairman of the fishers.. Council president gave a Woman'i dub in Orlando last week a* are the old toy. Mrs. Bernhardt Robert J. Ma jewski, Mrs. George St. PetersburgCALL
the
most
Church," the part center a big-city staff The officers and chairmenof farewell gift to Mrs. William with the story of her contributionto gives her time and right now she Lemieux, Mrs. Bernhardt and Mr*.

stated.ThellomeMi.sloners. the unit are Interested actively recruiting in Hell a former teacher at St. the Orlando Police Department' ha* two room of her home tied up Robert Kepp, club president.

persons Charles School. Mrs John Christmas caravan to the Seminole housing the 130 doll she ha*
In the and
assisting
program Leitch and her committee of
whose national headquartersand are presently engaged I In laying Mrs. Lynch, Mrs. Molt Mrs. Indian in South Florida. Using* dressed for this year' caravan.

major seminary are located the groundwork for the Rapiro, and Mrs. Schmidt
in this Cincinnati sub project. Father F. R. Brou provided festive refreshment St. Petersburg Jacksonville Lake Mary stamps should be. mailed to
urb, work In the rural areas 8.J. of Jesuit High School in tables. CDA Divine Mercy School P.O.
of the U.S., where they establish Tampa will participate In the Blessed TrinityOn Church of the Nativity Box 566, Memtt Island, Flor
new diocesan parishes. program as teacher-Instruc st. James Court !it. Ann, Catholic the day after Christmas, For the past two years, parishioners ida.
Their goal I Is "to make the tor and current plans Indicate On December 13, after the Daughters of America, will Saturday, December 20, a of the Church of Endowment
Catholic Church available to that the teachers will start 8 o'clock Mass, the Holy sponsor a Christmas party on holiday festival ball is plannedat the Nativity have participated
American. December 20 at 2 .m. at St. the K of C hall, 1309 Hendrlcks in A
every preparing on or about March Name men of St. James par. p a living Nativity scene. CHICAGO (NC-A $1.410.-
1, The format of preparation ish organized for their month. Joseph parish cafetorium.iOO28lh Avenue, by parish-! stable constructed by the 455 endowment was made to
St. Petersburg anticipates that the classes of ly Communion Sunday Guest : Avenue South. A loners of Blessed Trinity Holy Name men, Is placed Loyola University's Strltch:
high school religious Instructions speaker for the event was skit entitled "The Sweetest. Church Jacksonville The front of the church and men School of Medicine through
In Sacred Heart parish James J McAuIiffe, president Story Ever Told" will be presented sponsoring circle, St. Monica and women of the parish are the estate of William G. Potts
will be In full swing In September of the diocesan union of by the members. The said that the donation Is three dressed as Mary, Joseph, Chicago industrialist who died A
Edouard C. Craig of 1965, however, adVance Holy Name Societies choral group of tha court will dollars per couple. Dancing angels and shepherds Various in 1937, Potts, a pioneer In the
load the community singing of will I begin at 9 p.m, animals are placed at the O
Ceakttfor a,,4 DMrifcufer registration of students Mr. McAuli/fe spoke on paper cup Industry In his will
will be encouraged. "The Layman's Role in the carols under the direction of Christ the King. scene This year from 11 p.m. stipulated that all assets of
forYlken Church Today" He brought Mrs Frank M. Scheldell The Christmas party of the until Midnight Mats on Christmas his estate be turned over to
Mettt Ceramle There will be an exchange of Guild of Christ the Catholic the will. 898-1111
King Eve
,,\,'''''''"'" un","" out of the beneficial scene againbe Loyola's medical program on
and Mate TJos Subscribo effects many of the Ecumenical gifts, refreshments will be Church Arlington, took shown, and each evening the death of his widow, who e Oil Heat Headquartwele
.1J.14tf1 St. So. 147-4IOI now Council-better relations with served Everyone Is Invited. place Thursday night December after then until New Year's died in Miami Beach on Oc Automatic Dell".,.,

'""""'" ''''"''''"" other religions; new liturgy; DeLand 10. in the clubhouse. Eve the scene will take place tober 20 at age 93. o prompt dopootMM
School children Christmas from 7 to 9 All Invited
sang p m are Mtvko
the role of the layman.A .
St Peter
J, l.. At+rd member or :M Margaret carols under the direction to view this lovely Holy Name Church
St. Monica Circle will of Sister Martina. Mrs. Christmas
5" Praid.nt Mary parish. In Winter Park sponsor scene at the
New Year'a Marguerite Hodge the Church of
a part at was the Nativity.
Mr. McAullffe 1s a graduateof JACKSON'SSHOES
Fordham University The the parish hall with the Del. accompanist Merritt Island
tones orchestra furnishing the Mrs. John J. Heater gave
men of St. James looking
are Dhlne
music. There will be refreshments a demonstration of handmade MercyChildren
forward to having him return
and buffet Christmas decorations. In Divine Mercy
a at mid. DON BARDELLA swan
orsr saTiNIINOOM soon for another address
night. Admittance will be by Sirs Hollice Crisp gave a School have been counting on ., SEMCF ,
Father Terence J,
Farrolly
reservation only at five dollars spiritual reading a brand new school bus purchased I MierNI '
rmrtnnetn uttra was a special guest at the
.r.
JI Pile. Oleo 4>*. o ..' ""t*. T.nl '' meeting and Frank Pearce a couple. Mrs Richard Titusville with green stamps to Control Awe MM1N
..-*.il Vi.. 4. / i...r4 /r e.a.l.e..5rite Basso may be contacted for take them back to school (
was program chairman reservations at 734-0077 St Teresa after January 1. The stamp .

Tallahassee A happy holiday dance Is Father John B. OHare drive which started as soon ROBINSON INSURANCE AGENCY
_.
Gullper t i St, .fo"bur) being sponsored at Jte Elks urged members of the Catholic as the parish was established,
Blessed Increment Club by the St. Therese Circleon Women's Club of his parish is still 200 books short of its JOHN H. RAFFTERY

Academy of Beauty Culture Father Patrick M Madden December 29 from 9 p.m to assist their colleagues goal.An Control .
3113 A" .
conducted a day of recollec to 12. Tickets are three dol. Mrs William Gardner and appeal Is now being ToUphoito M'
.'24.:Znd Avenue South None J4M4J5 lion for the women of Blessed lars a couple Norman Right Mrs. Robert Feeney in arrangements made to the public to help St. P.hrsburq 162-2 Ml

Sacrament: parish earlier this orchestra will furnish the music and decorations, the children finish their drive.
DID YOU KNOW month. Slsty.five parishioners as their part in extending bospltauty Many families have worked

Tt>. ......p MtidMt .! Onlfpwl .... re .lu 1.11 l.*.r* lupus Vto r1. attended the conferences Women of the Sacred Heart to women of the Diocese hard to meet their quotas of
**.Une. Up. wklU ..."'1.... TkM ..m.5 .wM MM*. ,*.. Rebel Bishop by Father Ml- Circle were sponsors of a when the M Augustine 6 books; some large families Cameo Dining Room
Mil .... ,lot ..u,.. ., lilt few. chael. V. Cannon of St. Augustine Christmas bauer In the parish Diocesan: Council of Catholic have tripled that quota even a...'...
the story of the life and hall last week The sale of Women meets In annual contention though Christmas stockingsmay 5554,0 .......

SCROLL'. fin HOW* .c IKrtwfcU ... times of the Diocese's first an assortment of gifts, home in the area. not be quite so full this O EDWARD JAMES HOTEL
--
Bishop, wont Into the school made Jellies, and candles will Father Domlnik Gullay year
FRANK alrD1.A: \ILLa. ll1r..... library and the parish libraryas be continued until December spiritual director for the club There .Is only one bus In D.''....c.c...............,__/irnd_ chip. ...

gifts of St Bernadetto's 2G In the hali gave a brief talk on "Divine use at the parish which means ......... CNr.W ... ....... o.1.
Circle of the Women's Guild Women of the Rosary-Allar Love" at the December meetIng that some children mast LEI aau.".. rto..
of the parish. Society were entertained at leave home. early as 7 a m. I IT JO Golf BlTdTr*...rt hInt XlSti
Enjoy Parish book acquisitionsalso their December meeting this! Mrs Joseph Dean Mrs. for school and do not. arrive
Include K, F Doherty's past week with a Christmas Mary \'Cl\lla, and Mrs. Alan home until after S p.m from
Christmas Dinnerat Religion, and Personality carol sing by members of St Mattls were rememberedwith school All of these weary HOLY NAME PARISH
Problems and Layman In the Monica Circle' The ",..foder.IIlr. gifts for their outstanding little bus travellers have a
Church by; Edward SchiUobecki ..," a high school glee contributions to club new school bus high on their GULFPORT DRUGS
: OP (both presented club group, entertained wIth events during the past ,ur. Christmas JUt this year, says
by the St. Thomas More discussion specialty numbers as well Mrs James \evera, president Father Sean P MoUoy of theparish. or./frttlC Gff1tf
group); St FrancisDo Donations of food supplies also received a special( ..
Sales by Maurice HenryCounannler are requested\ for the needy gift Contributions of any kind of Tow Nfltbortioo4{ Drvg.Vi $.1*.Service
The Master Dip. Parishioners are asked to Phone 34-4.0011-5009 I Lakevfew Avenue
lomat (Pope Lw X11I) by bring canned goods and other Try this kitchen treat
Robert Quardt and The Social Items for the box in the Gurfport, Florida
I DucUlae: of the Catholic church vestibule on Sundaysand 30 ).tiAlltt m. Di very Top Value. Steeps

Church. during the week. Mrs. Al Jst
Christmas plans Include Monroe. chairman of this
caroling and gut'giving\ Mrs. project Ia supplying ChrUt-

1 tieUGflinOUSE Don Cnnosey, Guild president mat baskets to the poor, WL!!
has said! that the circle pick up UM Items each Uy,
members vlll make candy for Ladles. of the RosAry-Altar 4/2 %
RESTAURANT presents to 300 patients at the Society perked U3 pounds of
State I Hospital;, aad the clothing far the Bishop's

Blessed Sacrament Choral Thanksgtvtag clothing Drive. an ON NEW
Tree Ifci. fmk S*. He, Group win sing carols oa December Thanks to the parishioners for
23 at the rectory and their generous doaaltoes U ....1 f
St. nalek.iIOwi113 + h y1s. \ CAR LOANS
at the homes of the Governorand clothing.SI _
University of Florida of. Thereto Circle members
kUla. brought gifts for UK peUrau THE NATIONAL BANK

at a aiming borne wbkh .Ube iST- wwsiti, HOIIOA)
distributed U Um during 104' TONE I\.Y:). I e*,. AVINUI NORTH
fart. ell CarUtnuu This Circle h4! UxBfctr F.DJC
their Christmas' party at lie 1 r CI LATH WtST ST. ftTUSIUK LIAOJNG IAKKiiIt
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Three The Florida Catholic, Friday Dec. 18. 106-&

of liturgy


in English explainedThe Pope blesses cornerstonefor


m Land churchVATICAN
Holy
Florida Catholic Is pleased to publish another center His Church on the sacraments
article In the series by Priests of the Diocese of St. Au. physical signs by
Cm' NC Paul VI has blessed the
( ) Pope
-
gustine on the new liturgy. Father William G. Joseph which we might know that He
author of the following comment is member of the is working spiritual effects in cornerstone of a new Sanctuary of the Primacy which I
#taiuiijr._.h_. of BISflOp Moore.. a our souL We are correct In will be built In the Holy Land on the remains! of an ancient

High School in Orlando. saying that the Church can n. church marking the spot where Christ told St. Peter

never change these signs of r "Feed my lambs Feed In
the
humble pilgrim
NOW that the changes in Father the sacraments since they my sheep" a ol his successor."

liturgy are with us. were instituted by God hIm.. The Pope visited The Pope also spoke of his
I am sure that most of us feel William G. self.Yet last January S << and admiration for
tome longing for what was Joseph while the Church centers pilgrimage to the work never sufficiently
past. After all the changing its worship around the To the minister which the sons of St.
of anything which is so personal sacraments the liturgy appeals administrative have been carrying
as our worship of God to our human nature by Franciscan Order, I c: for seven centuries in the
something which has been un- being sacramental. plans to build the of Jesus."
By the sacramentals we tuary the Pope :
changed since our memorycan Franciscans have built most
Mass guideSUNDAY serve us, is certain to mean all those signs which "It was natural the Catholic shrines In the
the Church uses to dispose us many stopping
cause a little nostalgia. All \) Land. More than 400
of this is to be expected.: to pray better. Instruct us and marked our .: are In the Holy
December 20 make us receptive to the ont spot to another
However it be that for to staff holy places and
4th of may
Sunday Ad\ent.
graces which God confers on of Jesus one In
(Mass of Sunday, Creed some there was a feeling of us in our worship. It Is In this should fill our ', help to travelers.
Preface of Trinity.) surprise that the Church was sacramental aspect that the deep Inner emotion:

MONDAY December 21 making such drastic changes. Church not only can, but must to say the place / said
St. Thomas Apostle. (Massof After all our memory also change. fered us a vivid
feast Gloria. 2nd Prayerof tells us that the Church is a
the conferring of
previous Sunday Creed stable institution unaffectedby After all, the Church Is s to the Apostle travel
Preface of Apostles.) the vacillations of man's living body and while Its nature Gift from Holy Father Christ addressed to

TUESDAY December 22 ideas and customs. We almost does not change aay solemn words VATICAN CITY (NC) -
(Mass of previous Sunday find ourselves asking "what more than Christ changes Archbishop John J Krcl of Philadelphia the ArchbUhop'a work as one of six lambs Feed my Paul VI receiving J30
Common Preface.) has the Church come toT"If yet, because It Is also composed shows his I two Auxiliary BLab. members of the eouncU's' secretariat (John 21, JSI.) of the Italian asso*
WEDNESDAY, December 23 ours is a feeling of sur. ef human members It ore an 18th century silver monstrance liuhop Gerald V. McDevitt 1s at left: of traveling shows and
(Mass of previous Sunday prise. It is primarily due to a must always change In the given him by Pope Paul VI u a token Bishop John J. Graham at right I' e p. Paul. dramatic companies,
Common Preface.) misunderstanding not only of way It expresses these ... of the Holy Father's appreciation for Franciscans for that his own travels ..er..purf'fd .
THURSDAY. December 24 what part the Church must changing, spiritual realities U balld a new ( by the divine com
Vigil of Christmas. (Massof serve in our lives, but further If the signs of the sacramen the Primacy at ,I- to "go and preach to
Christmas Eve Common the means which Christ him tats of worship are te have "
Preface.) self used to confer spiritual any meaning le as. St. Vincent de Paul urged to the The removal present of the peoples
FRIDAY December 2S benefits upon those with group Christ's ewn apo,t lae( was
Thus we can see that the walls erected by "
..
whom lie came In contact a "teurlag aposlolate,
Nativity of Our Lord Jesus
of Christ.Christmas.(The )three Masses tinues during today his lifetime to confer and uponus con those Church things has in only which changed man use direct action in war on poverty the cans ancient In 1NJ! shrine over Pope said.

has changed. Language for macy and "Jesus was always moving
THIS IS A HOLY DAY OF through God is to his work Church.If spiritual. example, is really a collection NtW'OIUi: (NC-Sound) economics alone will not they are grossly Impo.rIahN. with a more "' so that He could say
OBLIGATION. of signs. But our language they live below the vial to the tU'S. did not know where to rest
SATURDAY December 26 effects in us. He must use win the war against poverty, a social research expert said "
Is something which health-aruHecency level and primacy, A << head, Pope Paul remind*
St Stephen some physical means to makeus here, "and the social conscience of America must be
protomartyr.Mass the audience.
changes with time. If the sac !belong to families where" the Franciscan "
.
aware of them. In doing "
( of feast Gloria 2nd God Is ramental use of language is awakened to the realization" that It .is not enough breadwinner U chronically used however, "The Church's ministry Is
Prayer of the Octave of on this our own only grounds accepting In the us going to carry any meaningfor Monalgnor Paul Furfey director of the bureau of unemployed. he said. building would be everyone, the Gospel Is

Christmas Creed. Preface way in which He has created us, it must be understandable social research at the Catholic University of America in "Twentieth -century. Amer.ha Pope Paul said no one must 10.Ithout
of
SUNDAY Christmas.December) 27 us. Our physical senses must to us. Washington addressed the annual St. Vincent de Paul needs 1Stlnt'ut., a ar, would remind the bread of truth
within see or hear, taste or touch Why should the Priest as convocation at St. John's leader who can shake the "., the place where of the Lord's grace. That
the
Sunday Octaveof
Christmas. (Mass of Sun. things before we can become It ,.were step. out of the Mass University here. lens"decent, and respectable cltl- average American. out of his ceived (.rem 1VUI why the Church follows
aware of them. and re-read the Epistle and complacency and can teach ef his kingdom and calls to them and dQfI.urthlll'
day Gloria 2nd Prayer of This Is why Christ chose to Gospel which he has already Monsignor Fur fey cited -The slaughter of more him to be concerned with his centuries later he possible to make
St John Apostle Creed read in Latin? How much three examples of what be than five million Jews, not byspecially neighbor. not as an/ economic' easier for them to fulfill.
Preface of Christmas.) ,,,,,,,,n,,un"" \\'" \," more meaningful and moving tilled the "tragic fact that selected. killers. but abstraction, but as a person Convert religious& \ duties," the

it ls for us now In the Mass, the worst crimes of historyare by "a remarkable cross-sec as the object of a burning affirmed.
JACKSONVILLE Subscribe now as all-Priest and faithful committed with the cooperation ti)a of the German population. Christian lou," Morulgnor IUmr.ll (iCI 'Pope Paul said that actors

.,"u"",,,,,"u,,,,'"'''' stand looking at the consecrated or at least with .- Furley stated. every five road companies "present
bread on the altar and the passive acquiescence, of 'American. Negro slave diocese of Raleigh, ... and Impressions giving\

L H. THOMPSON CO. say together' In the Our Father traffic, supported "not by Irresponsible Toronto/ will// have \trt. A check: of to thought or meditation
Atlantic( Monument Co.Broil.Gt.&t.Marble. I Institutional, kitcK.ns 'Give us this day our sadists, but re ports of the are therefore akin t.
Supplies and Equipment daily bread." We then beginto Popo oulogizos spectable colonial gentle / had Its 4)Xh '''c'-u.''
c. &. '......- ._ Church Discounts understand it not only asa men" new C'shopn/ bet U diKtused I
11. w.M sw..1Pt. 710 Wed Street grace before meals the -"The slaughter of the In verts since 1WJ .... JACKSONVILLE
... IL ...... lay boauty of Mary rite
..... may caul a .. CA JaetsonviU, Hand heavenly banquet of Holy nocent at Hiroshima and Na* Byzantine Vlnvent S Wit. j je
Communion, but it becomesso gasikf which be comparedto head of the see.
much clearer that we are VATICAN CITY (NC) the slaughter of the innocent \\mn'u. 11Id1..a (NC)- are _.IM .
a.. praying not only for our. Pope Paul VI eulogized the at Dachau or lJlMhenw.ld. : A lUdemptorist I'rteit will oc..., which
-
M pN selves, but for everyone beauty of Our Lady on the be consecrated a IhbopI) Carolina. Thundcrblrd
'" scoltMars standing here as well. Feast ofhe Immaculate ., These ...mpl.., be said\ serve as spiritual\ \ leader of
There are many other sac Conception remarking that polot out "th sharp split \be.tires Mavak MytantUie floe Cath* RELIGIOUS
\ J...-.r"M.erFr. ramenUl signs In the Mass. the world has "almost lost individual rontcleac clJcs In Toronto, OntsrU" Jan.wry .e
of of & GIFT
the concept a beauty
.. and social conscience.
.. lroe erra..entn... For instance, there is separate tPI.hop
a..-c1n-s.ar..N .u s..N4.4 consecration of the such sublimity MemlgMr Kurfey reviewed designate Michael" w. .....1"-_ .. STEAKS
Joseph M.r.l.. Mfr. bread and wine symbolizing Because of this, he t told the the life W M Vlxeal to "'..1, llusaak CM II.. was born In .r.1..oa" .. SEAFOODSPRIME
353J4I9 the separation of the body crowd In St. Peter's Square, '*'''ftsIURI., but was reared 101 (111111
.... RIBSPHARMACY
,
214 W. Forty*/ St. and blood of Christ in death; and because "we have such He emphasised bow the here, His parents Mr and a.*..*?..tea a.a)slow. .
later in the Mass, when a desire for beauty, we go viol was converted from s Mrs Andrew ftusnsk. with" M** ..-. r
; small fragment of the host Is around looking for (It la ei. Leeches seeking Idlest U an IMtr five sons and on* daugfe h. 7J1.
wh
combined with the wine In the tenor' human and visible ap apostle of n.ac,. let came to Whiting"" In ID*
.1l 11 DIA1'0 chalice we show the fact that pearances.Bet 'Frein the time of the New early IKXtt, M of work and.
with the resurrection the Deal there has "been a <* **., wtaM to prevVl Ire f hi. fa.... Ill I( I
.' twpY'I VnooMMsstar sTEcn x1* body, blood) soul) and divinityof l the Madwma. presides lent go\frnme' tal poW .fsocial say Huwak sent his wtfe aad ''STER'L.ING
ChrUt were again joined. let us the Image ef as legislation d..J essential beauty, Ike InlerWrharmey cop with the c...OTonsitudes "Idte eastern tevaku. Mrs ltu*< ........8 ,.... ..,,,.. .../l.m
But If, because: of the poa"Uo .. the UUl perfect 1*... CCMW4M, !NN .... .- .....-.
nr *f We. )I..".,. oak was klHed In a Wettd War _.. ...
Excellent/ Food of the Priest be blocks U ., her brl. It U .b.artywkkh t... ._. I..f..4 -
the view of the people and ** many of tVte good laws are If bombing_ As they. were .... 1..-.. 11"4. ..011.1. ..!..

TWO JAOQOWYIU LOCAtIONS eIILMbL saodtle as a result, UM signs cannotbe the hearty we filM.. l lalleceace to ehlM/es. tied to employment" the aMe. the fftttdre ,.> in tl I u. ,._. .1/teas 1/. ..., ..-.N-It..-.INh .

t.... M.1 ... ..... STEAKS seen, then they mast remain Priest said. Ii..4ded that their 'father here after UM
7)00 7J6.1" -3e.5441. I.,. r ....r... n.a..pm meaningless.Ne This U the beauty we they "do not meet UM real war, esrept<< Michael' who <..>
!. MI11 mast hail la Mary and we problems t4 the s tb>pfi4.ta< rM d to remain. 10 Ciech '
,,\\,\\" "\\\\,\\ \\ \\1 symbol wklrk. .b kU4e ought to t* glad that It refects rut Social reform has a tm6V slvakia and slvdy fet the Donoy.,, Hyde P,rl Convalescent Horn

f.. ..no..kate. aeytkiag. la vs, reminding us cy to bypass the ttwrni. Ited.mpl.n.t frteithood. He 7041 HrJ. r.,i I e4. J.slw1.FlerUs'e .

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we really say that the changes bratty of the Ma4onaa, what. Ue lrJ4,4 M.i*.. OIl IW. rat 11, Skis 15.4 el F1.elrh.. J..wilfe JN.hlM..1
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Figures about the United Sacred HeartOn AndrewSt. party, Decem
States Catholic population art October 30, the fall program Andrew Guild held its
her 20. 2 St. Joseph
annual Christmas party on p.m. parish *
"very misleading, according of the Sacred Heart par
to the Glenmary Home Misloners. lab unit of the Confraternityof December 17 at 8 p.m. In the cafetorium, 2100 2Cth:
( Christian Doctrine got un. church hall. There was an IL Avenue South St Petersburg

Their research center here derway with a meeting of the exchange of gifts among the CDA Court St Ann, sponsor.
said that while one out of executive board of the Tampa women and refreshmentswere
every four people in the U. S. parish. The organization, under icrved. Children from Holiday festival ball De
Is a Catholic there are large the direction of FatherJ. St. Andrew School presented __ ctraber 20, starting at 8 p.m.,
areas of the country where J. Molloy S.J. has indicatedas a Christmas play and sang t. K of C hall 1509 Hendricks
the Church is virtually un its primary goal for 1965, carols. Annette Muglach program 11 & ; 4aec Avenue, Jacksonville, St.
known. the development of a high chairman, was in ".,+r Monica Circle of Blessed Trinity
The center staff prepared a school of religious education charge of arrangements. Church, sponsor.

map showing 20 rural dioceses for those Catholic students not St Charles + Holiday dance, December

containing onefourththe enrolled In Catholic high The annual Christmas party 29, I p.m. to midnight Elks
nation's total! populationbut schools. held December U la the St Club, DeLand, !it. Theme
only 3 per cent of the The officers: : of the Sacred Charles social hall was enjoyed 1 ::4 Circle of St. Peter parish!
Catholic population.In Arthur Va. 4 ;
Heart unit are: by more than 350 pa. I sponsor.
these dioceses, mostly ladle, president; John J. Two rishioners. The exceptional
southern. only one out of 25 mey vice-president; Nancy singing of the men's and New Year's party, parish
people a Catholic, "a much Alchedlak secretary; and women's choral groups directed hall of St. Peter's, DeLand,
smaller proportion that In Africa Mrs. Gordon Pollman, tr.... by Dr. and Mrs. Ray 4 St. Monica Circle: sponsor

," It was stated. urer. The chairmen of the Olech accompanied the silhouette New Year's Eve dance Do
varloui committees are; pageant of the Christmas cember 31 9 to 2 .
Another showed p.m. a m ,
20 of
map Thomas A. Rose Hazel
the major urban dioceses, Mayo Mrs. C. C. Vega Jr., Monsignor story.Charles Santa A.presented Bartok, Seminoles beneficiaries of doll bonanza buffet dinner, dancing, tickets
with relatively I small land John 0. Mullen, Mrs. Michael Father BronJs P. Benesevlch, are $1.50 per couple, contact
area but containing half the Alchedlak and Curtis M. Xel- and Father John Bluett with Mrs. Herman Bernhardt, a pa patterns that are 40 years old or Among those who listened to the Mrs Jacques Jacobs, Sacred
Guild Jacksonville.
cation's Catholics. logg. Mrs. Arthur Gibbous is rishloner, entertained fellow mem- tau, abe repairs and dresses dolls. story of this charity were, from Heart ,

"In actual practice, the currently substituting as act. gifts.Mrs.. Hugh McNulty, parish ben of St. John Vianney Catholic Material for the clothes Is donated left Mrs. Russell McLatchey Mrs.
Church in our country is for Ing-chairman of the fishers. Woman Club In Orlando last week the old
Council president gave a as are toys. Mrs. Bernhardt Robert J. Majewskl. Mrs. George St. Petersburg
the Church most" the part center a big staff-clty The officers and chairmen farewell gift to Mrs. William with the story of her contribution gives her time and right now she Lemieux, Mrs. Bernhardt and Mrs.
,
staled. of the unit are actively recruiting Hell, a former teacher at St to the Orlando Police Department'sChristmas has two rooms of her home tied up Robert Kepp, club president
interested in
The HomeMlssloners, persons Charles School. Mrs John caravan to the Seminole housing the 130 dolls she has
in the and
assisting
program Leitch and
her committee of
whose national headquartersand are presently engaged in lay Mrs. Lynch, Mrs Holt, Mrs Indiana in South Florida. Using dressed for this year's caravan. I x Cl I
major seminary are lo big the groundwork for the Raplro and Mrs. Schmidt -
cated in this Cincinnati suburb \ project. Father F. R. Brou provided festive refreshment St. Petersburg Jacksonville Lake Mary stamps should be mailed to
work in the rural areas S.J. of Jesuit High School in tables. CDA Divine Mercy School. P.O.
of the U.S., where they establish \ Tampa will participate in the Blessed TrinityOn Church of the Nativity Box 56$, Merritt Island Flor
new diocesan parishes. program as teacher-Instruc St JamesOn Court St. Ann, Catholic the day after Christmas, For the past two years parishioners ida.
Their goal is "to make the tor and current plans Indicate December 13, after the Daughters of America wUl Saturday December 26, a of the Church of EndowmentCHICAGO
Catholic Church available to that the teachers will start 8 o'clock Mass, the Holy sponsor a Christmas! party on holiday festival ball is planned the Nativity have participated
every American. preparing on or about March Name men of St James par. December 20 at 2 p.m. at St. at the X of C hall 1509 Hen In a living Nativity scene. A (NC-A $1,410,*
I, The format of preparation Ish organized for their month. Joseph parish cafetorium, dricks Avenue by parish- stable, constructed by the 455 endowment was made to
2100- lh Avenue South. A loners of Blessed Trinity Holy Name men is placed in Stritch
St. Petersburg anticipates that the classes of ]Iy Communion Sunday, Guest Loyola University's
high school religious instruc speaker for the event was skit entitled "The Sweetest Church. Jacksonville The front of the church and men School of Medicine through
tions in Sacred Heart parish James J, McAuliffe, president Story Ever Told" will be pre. sponsoring circle, St. Monica and women of the parish are the estate of William G. Potts.
will be In full swing in September of the diocesan union of sented by the members. The said that the donation is three dressed as Mary, Joseph, Chicago industrialist, who diedin
Edouard C. Craig of 1963, however, advance Holy Name Societies. choral group of the court will dollars per couple. Dancing angels and shepherds Various 1937 Potts, a pioneer in the 04'CALL
Cenkacfor end DMrlbuter registration of students Mr. McAuliffe spoke on load the community singing of will begin at 9 p.m. animals are placed at the paper cup Industry his will
will be encouraged. "The Layman's Role In the carols under the direction of Christ the King scene This year from 11 p.m. stipulated that all assets of
forYlVon { Church Today" He broughtout Mrs. Frank M. Scheldell. The Christmas party of the until Midnight Mass on Christmas his estate be turned over to
Metal. Ceramic There will be an exchange of Guild of Christ the King Catholic Eve the will 898-1111
,,\,,""'"''u" ,''''"" many of the beneficial scene againbe Loyola's medical program on
and Metals, Tiles effects of the Ecumenical gifts, refreshments will be Church, Arlington took shown, and each evening the death of his widow, who 0 Oil Heat Heidqwutenl
tI7.'.... St Se, 347-4101 Subscribe now Council-better relations with served. Everyone Is invited. place Thursday night, December after then' until New Year's died in Miami Beach on October Automatic Delivery

'"''''''''''''''""''''''" other religions*, new liturgy; DeLand 10, in the clubhouse. Eve, the scene will take place 20 at age 93. Prompt depenchbfci
School children Christ from 7 to 9 All In.
sang p.m. are sefvke
the role of the layman.A .
8t Peter mace carols uno'tr: the direc. vlted to view this
J, Ito I.R.rd member of St. Margaret lovely Name Church
l'retidrnfa in St Monica Circle will sponsor tion of Sister Martina. Mrs. Christmas scene at the Holy
Mary parish Winter Park,
New Year's Marguerite Hodge the Church of the
Mr. McAuliffe is a graduate a party at was Nativity JACKSON'SSHOES
of Fordham University. The the pariah hall with the Del. accompanist Merritt Island .
tones orchestra Mrs. John J. Heater
furnishing the gavea fi@
men of St. James are looking Divine
M music. There will be refreshments demonstration of handmade MercyChildren
= forward to having him return and a buffet at midnight Christmas decorations.Mrs. in Divine Mercy DON BARDELLA t: I Iwaa :
OetN IT.e soon for another address. r
M II NOOtI Father Terence J, Farrolly Admittance will be by HoUice Crisp gave a School have been counting on ..... ....:
reservation only at five dollars spiritual reading a brand new school bus pur M.Itq.e .

/ "'u. /T.i.M ririitavm*.. edt alas.sacra. 9ar. was meeting a special and Frank guest Pearce at the a couple. Mrs. Richard TituivilleSt chased with green stamps totake Ml I Co***! Avt* 14MJW u... ..... ...N....' .._...... (
*u.er.I.... 4..i .1.e ./ Ole.pGulfpert .a.vtce: Basso may be contacted for them back to school
was program chairman. reservations at 734-0077 Tern after January 1. The stamp ,

Tallahassee A happy holiday dance II Father John B. O'Hare drive, which started as soon ROBINSON INSURANCE AGENCY
_.
I St. .f.nblll' -- -- being sponsored at the Elks urged members of the Catholic as the parish was established,
I Blessed Sacrament Club by the St Therese Circleon Women's Club of his parish is still 200 books short of its JOHN H. RAFFTERY
Academy of Beauty Culture/ Father Patrick M Madden December 29 from S p.m. to assist their colleagues goal Central l
conducted a day of recollection to 12. Tickets are three dol. Mrs. William Gardner and An appeal Is now being 311) Avo. TolephonoS _
4924.2211c1 Sacrament parish earlier this orchestra will furnish the mu and decorations the children finish their drive.
DID YOU KNOW month. Sixty-five parishioners sic as their part In extending ho.. Many families have worked
Th. 0.v ",. ..u..., ., a." ..rt tan r-t.s !".1>, ....,< ..11.... kfMvcpUrc attended the conferences. Women of the !Sacred Heart pitaUty to women of the Diocese hard to meet their quotas of Eugene MweDer's
tip whll. ...,.l... Tk... .ttt. ftnMuM to nut 14.' Rebel Bishop by Father Michael Circle were sponsors of a when the St. Augustine 6 books; some large families Dining Room
IHI net the Mure* .( ilea hwr.s.aatx ., V Gannon of St. Augustine Christmas bazaar In the parish Diocesan Council of Catholic have tripled that quota even. ....u..e
the story of the life and hall last week The sale of Women meets in annual contention though Christmas stockings n... a......
.' HOW INrtorw .. times of the Diocese's first an assortment of gifts homemade in the area may not be quite so full this EDWARD JAMES HOTEL
ite..1 scb i
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Bishop, went into the school Father DomInik Gullay year
jellies, and candles will
THANK ..aDIA VILLA. tHrrt. library and the parish! library be continued until December spiritual director for the club, There Is only one bus In ,........e.t..e.C......*.!..._,.... t.... ...

as gift of St. Bernadette's 20 in the ball gave a brief talk on "Divine use at the parish which means 0.M....... ...-.. .-.. ....... p.....
Circle of the Women's Guild Women of the Rosary-Altar Love" at the December meeting that some children mast LIB ....AII. ...._
of the parish. Society were entertained at leave home as early as 7 a.m. I1TSO Gall etve.Tre..r. .Ua4 J8lo8Cl
Enjoy Parish book acquisitions their December meeting this Mrs. Joseph Dean Mrs. for school and do not arrive
also Include E. F Doherty's past week with a Christmas Mary Vlgncta, and Mrs Alan home until after S p.m, from
Christmas Dinnerat Religion l i l and Personality carol sing by members of St MatUs were rememberedwith school AU of these weary HOLY NAME. I PARISH
Problems and Layman In the Monica CIrcle. The "Modern gifts for their outstandIng little bus travellers have a
Church by Edward Schlue* Daires," a high school glee contributions to club new school bus high on their GULFPORT DRUGS
beeckx OP (both presentedby club group, entertained with etenta during the put year. Christmas list this year, says
the St Thomas More discussion specialty numbers as well Mrs James Vevera. president Father Sean p. Molloy of theparish. (Jialfrrtn sfyenty
i group); St, FrancisDe Donations of food suppliesare also received a special .
Sates by Maurice Henry requested for the needy gift Contributions of any kind of Your N':9hborMod: Drv9' SeM-SWco
Counannler.\ The Master Diplomat Parishioners asked Phone 344-0011
are to I 5009 LaVeview Avenue
(Pope Leo XIII) by bring canned goods and other Try this kitchen treat
Robert Quardt and The Social )items for the box In the Gulfport, Florida
Doctrine of the Catholic church vestibule on Sundaysand JO Minete Fr.. Wirofy Top Yale Stampswse.w

Church. during the week Mrs Al F: ss
Christmas plans" include )Monroe chairman .( this
to( caroling and gift giving, Mrs. project .la supplying Christ.
Don KnnesMy, Guild president mas baskets to the poor, will
LIGHTHOUSE S has said that the circle pick up the Items each day,
members wig make candy for Ladies. el the &t&fJAltarSocltt ( 4/2! %
RESTAURANT presents to 900 patients at the pecked I&S pounds of .
State Hospital!; sad the, clothing for U Blessed Sacrament Choral Thanksgiving Clothing Drive, an ON NEW
Tynet IM. rVt Se No, Group will slug carols on December Thanks to the partshkxxrs for
S*. PNml.r10ls1 23 al the rectory' tad their generous tfoeatioes olclotaiag. 4, } \ f CAR LOANS
at the heroes el the Governor _,
sod University el Florida of. Thereto t Circle members _:
., { 44: THE NATIONAL
brought gifts for the peUeats BANK

at a lUlU! home which .J OF ST. pt1USlUIc;, R.OIIOA
be distributed U them during 100) mONl I\Y:). ft t* AVENUf NORTH
IHt Oit Christmas. This Circle held M.mn K Q J C.
their Christmas party at the dura WEST ST. rniRsiuR6i HEADING( IAN
borne of Mrs. Htc&ard ( at t,
kiss, 207 rail MttMjaa At.
Hue. Special fueot at UM P4r'7 '%
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in English explainedThe Pope blesses cornerstonefor



Florida Catholic !Is pleased to publish another center Ills Church on the sac 'f'I Holy Land churchVATICAN

article In the series by Priests of the Diocese of St. Au. raments physical signs by
gustine on the new which know CITY (NC)-1 Pope Paul VI has blessed the
liturgy Father William G. Joseph, we might that He
author of the !following comment, t is a member of the is working spiritual effects la cornerstone of a new Sanct uary of the Primacy whichon
faculty or: Bishop Moore our soul We are correct la will be built in the Holy Land the remains of an ancient

High School in Orlando. saying that the Church can church marking the spot there\ Christ told St. Peteras

never change these signs of "Feed my l lambs Feed
1 NOW that the changes la Father the sacraments since they my aheep. a humble pilgrim In" the
of his successor
instituted God him. person
liturgy are with were by
us. The Pope visited the spot
The Pope also spoke of his
William G. self.
I
am sure that most of
us feel
last January S during his
r "esteem and admiration for
some longing for what was Joseph Yet. while the Church centers pilgrimage\ to the Holy Land. the work, never sufficiently
past. After all. the its worship around the
changing To the minister general and praised which the sons of St-
of anything which !Is so per. sacraments the liturgy appeals administrative council of the Francis have been carrying

tonal! as our worship of God, I to our human nature by .LLa-: Franciscan Order, which i out for seven centuries In the
something which has been being sacramental.By .
un. plans to build the new sanctuary land of Jesus.

changed since our memorycan the sacramentals, we the Pope said: Franciscans have built mostof
mean all those signs which "It natural that of the
Mass guideSUNDAY. serve us, Is certain to was the Catholic shrines in the
cause a little nostalgia. All the Church uses to dispose us { many stopping places which Holy Land. More than 400
of this is to be expected. to pray better, Instruct us and marked our pilgrimage from Franciscans are In the Holy
December 20! make us receptive to the one spot to another In the landof
4th Sunday of Advent However. it may be that for Land to staff holy places and
&f.ce.blch God confers on Jesus one In particular
some there was a feeling of give help to>> travelers.Apostolatc .
(Mass of
Sunday, Creed us in our worship. It is in this should fill our soul with a
Preface of Trinity.) surprise that the Church was sacramental aspect that the .' deep Inner emotion: That Is

JIOXDAY: December 21 making such drastic changes. Church not only can but must to say the place which of. / said
After all. also
St. Thomas. our memory
Apostle. (Massof
change. fered us a vivid reminder of
tells us that the Church is
feast. Gloria. 2nd a -
Prayer
the conferring of the primacyto
of previous Sunday, Creed, stable institution unaffectedby After all, the Church Is a the Apostle Peter .when requiring travel
Gift from Father
Preface of Apostles.) the vacillations of man'sideas 11big body and while Its na- Holy Christ addressed to him the
TUESDAY December 22 and customs. We almost lure does sot change anymore
solemn words 'Feed VATICAN CITY | C-
(Mass of previous Sunday, find ourselves asking, "what than Christ changes, Archbishop John J, Krcl of rhlladelphia the ArchbUhop's work as one of six lambs Feed sheep.my'. Pope I'aul1, receiving 250

Common Preface.) has the Church come to?" yet, because It Is also com shows his two Aux::uy Bishops members of the council's secretariat. (John 21,1ft). my members of the Italian association

WEDNESDAY: December 23 If ours is a feeling of surprise posed ef human members It an 18th century silver monstranc Bishop Gerald V. McDevitt is at left; of trn.Unl.how. and

Mass of previous Sunday it is primarily due to a must always change la the given him by Pope Paul VI as a token Bishop John J, Graham, at right, P e p e Paul praised the touring<< dramatic companies,
.
misunderstanding not of It these Franciscans lor determining'
Common Preface.) only way expresses unchanging
of the Holy Father's appreciation for said that his own travels were
THURSDAY December 24 what part the Church must spiritual realities, U build a MW Sanctuary .( spurred by the divine command
Vigil of Christmas. (Massof serve in our lives, but further If the signs of the sacraraen-. the Primary at tl-Tabgha. to "co and preach to
the which Christ him tals ef ta hate
means worship are
"
Christmas Eve Common
self used to confer spiritual any meaning Ie ... The present plans call for all peoples.
Preface.
)
St. Vincent de Paul urged to
the removal of the gray-stone
FRIDAY, December 25 benefits upon those with I group ChrUl's awn apoitolate was
Thus we can see that the walls erected by the Franciscans
whom lie in also
contact apostolatt"the
came a "touring
Nativity of Our Lord Jesus
Church has only changed In 1M3 over the ruins of
Christ (The three Massesof tinues during today his lifetime to confer and uponus con. those things in which man use direct action in war on poverty the ..nd.ntlln.! of the primacy Pope said.
Christmas.)
through his Church.If has changed. Language, for and replacing them "Jesus was always moving
THIS IS A HOLY DAY OF example, is really a collection with a more elegant memorial about so that He could say
God Is to work spiritual Nt'OUK: (NC)-Sound economic alone will not they are grossly impoverished.
OBLIGATION. of signs. But our language to the conferring of the He did not know where to rest
below
live
said they the
effects in lie win
SATURDAY December 26 us, must use the war against poverty, a social research expert "
is something which! primacy. A member of the Ills head Pope Paul remind
!hralth-and decency level and
some physical means to makeus here "and the social conscience' of America must be
St. Stephen, ,
protomartyr.Mass
changes with time. If the sac belong to families where the Franciscan council empha- .d the audience.
( of feast aware of them. In doing awakened to the realization that it la not enough.
2nd
Gloria
this God is ramental use of language is breadwinner is chronically sired however, that the new "The Church's ministry Is
only accepting us
Prayer of the Octave of on our own grounds, In the going to carry any meaning Monsignor Paul Furfey director of the bureau cf unemployed, he said. building would be "modest" for everyone, the Gospel is
Christmas Creed Prefaceof for us, It must be understand. social research at the Catholic University of America in
Christmas.) way in which lie has createdus. "Twentieth century America I'.,. Paul saW the sanctuary universal, no one must ga
able to us. Washington addressed' the annual St. Vincent tie Paul bread
SUNDAY December 27 Our physical senses mustsee needs a St'Incent., a would remind pilgrims without the of truth

Sunday, within the Octave or bear, taste or touch Why should the Priest as convocation at St. John's decent and respectable cltl- leader who can shake the "., the place .where Peter recfUfd and of the Lord's grace. ThatIs

of Christmas. (Mass of Sun. things before we can become It were, step out of the Mass University here. ". average American out of his trim. heist the keys why the Church follows
It'n.
2nd aware of them. and reread the Epistle and complacency and can teach .( his kingdom. and .where, to them, calls to them and does
day Gloria. of
Prayer This is why Christ chose to Gospel ,which he has already Monsignor Furfey cited -The slaughter of more him to be concerned with his resturlM. he returned everything possible to makeit
St. John Apostle, Creed read in Latin? How much three examples of what he than five million Jews, not by neighbor not as an economic 1.ltr. easier for them to fulfil
Preface of CIu1Jtma'.JJACKSONVillE '" '" \\,\," \\" called the "tragic fact that "
- - - - - - selected killers but
more meaningful and moving specially abstraction but as a person, Convert report their religious duties, the
it 1s for us now in the Mass, the worst crimes of history by". remarkable creis-se. as the object of a burning Pope affirmed.
Subscribe now as all-Priest and faithful- are committed with the cooperation lion of the German population. Christian love," Monsignor IUU.ir.ll: (:NC-One" ) of Pope Paul said that actors

." ," "\"" "" """'"'' stand looking at the consecrated or at least with ." Furlty stated.Toronto every five\ Catholics in the In rod companies "present
bread on the altar and the passive acquiescence, of -American Negro slave diocese of Raleigh Is a con Ideas and Impressions giving

E. H. THOMPSON CO. say together in the Our Father traffic supported "not by Irresponsible will/// have \ert A check of annual reports rise to thought or meditation4
Atlantic Monument C*. Institutional kitchens; "Give us this day our sadists, but respectable of the diocese, .which and are therefore akin to

L Iroru-G.nit--M.\\ Supplies and Equipment daily bread." We then begin Popo oulogizos colonial gentle had Its 40U birthday Dnemter pr.achers.JACKSONVillE.
C. A. r..._-OM. Church Ditcounft; to understand It not only asa men." new Bishop in 13, disclosed ll.Ml converts .
Ole sr ..... 710 Watt Street grace before meals, the "The slaughter of the Innocent since IMS .when Bishop
rIt Bay of
......r.a....., .-..lCMMM .K .r 0x Jactionvile' Florida heavenly banquet of )Holy boauty Mary at Hiroshima and Nagasaki" Byzantine rite Vlnvent S. Waters became
Communion, but it becomesso which he comparedto head of the sea' Today there

much clearer that .we are VATICAN! CITY (NC) the slaughter of the innocent VIUTIM, Indiana' (NCA )- are W.M4 Catholics in the dV JACKlOrfYlUH ItNtSTThunderbird

praying not only for our. Pope 1'.1111 eulogized the at Dachau or Uucheiw -'dtml'torht Priest' will ores, which covers North
L/cioMO-GAfll selves but for everyoneatandlng beauty of Our Lady on the wald.Thece. be consecrated a lllshop Id Carolina
. here as welL Yeast of the Immaculate examples, be said
, /
UaiW of
serve as spiritual
/ ,
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The Life of Our Lord God's world



Catholic CommentMore Blessed Mother ponders Return God's love with -firm.- faith,


we believe in various truths:

approach altar railsIT knowledge Babe is Christ ALMOST certainly him. He Is you the which us, such lie as has those made we catalogue known to

ex-Catholic who "Sure
says, in the Apostle's Creed.
the shep- I was a Catholic once. But I

is apparent that the latest changes Many Priests have reported a sub NATURALLY of what got a raw deal from the t' sr But our primary faith II

In the Mass have been well re stantial Increase in Communions. This had happened to them on the Priest and I've never gone to Father not In those truths; it Is in
hillside. A 11 wondered r t church since" Or he may God Himself.
ceived. Young and old alike seem to increase to some extent must be attributed "I sick of all the Leo J.
says St. Luke in a masterpiece say, cot
be swept up by the new spirit of the to the new spirit of the liturgyin of understatementHe Frank J. t I hypocrisy; people so pious in Treseshall act Once of faith we have this commitment made tls:

liturgy. The renewed emphasis on sing which the of Communion SheedMary 'T" church on Sunday and beasts
reception Holy goes on to tell ns that the rest of the week." of mind and will to God, w.

ing during the Mass has fulfilled a Li the rule rather than the ex- Our Lady "pondered la her cannot "lose" our faith because .

latent desire in people to honor God in ception. heart." The reasons given will for of the scandalous behavior .
abandoning their faith Me. of some other
love person
song. Changes in the Mass were made in This is the first of four occasions vary from person to person, help believe you me to ?" even If that person be a Priest

Although the Mass has always beenan order that the liturgy would be more on which he speaks but all such "exes" have one Do Even you as He asks the question or Bishop. Scandals will da-
and fruitful To of her pondering. Can we and Joseph decided to thing in common: they measure turb
act of public worship the new meaningful more say God's Is fortifyingthe us, yes. They even may
grace
changes have made both Priests and the least, the new liturgy has thus far make even a guess at the observe them. God by His human agents soul to enable us to make move us to tears that Christ
direction of her thoughts The truth is that these fallen-
people more aware of the communal accomplished what the Church had They could not have avoided the response lie awaits: cause has been hurt, and certainly
Clearly much was still darkto aways never did have genuine
"
nature of the Mass. hoped it would. her At one level the doing 10, without a mass faith to begin with. What "Yes, God, I do believe you! the will move us to prayer
for scandalglver. But
is at once a ,
of which at that Our response
explanations
could hardly have ever faith they have had
helped may shake us? How could
scia-
and commitment. Believing
asking herself why mountain moment they were hardly in was human faith. It was a reply a dais shake us?
shepherds-the lowest of a position to give. Since the confidence (which they even we shall live In accordance -
the
In God
Sacred Scripture when the firstborn of with that belief. Our faith is not la:
low in day to have been
tually judged
general opinion-had in
We not
have men. are any real
Egypt were slain to force Very few of us ever
I
been chosen for an honor for betrayed) in other human danger of abandoning
in the act our
liberationof ourselves
Pharao the caught
which in all the Old upon btings.
Thank Our Lord for favors to there Testament God's people (Exodus 13, of this dialogue with God. It faith because of the human:
was no

menTHE : many a prophet precedent and 12-16)), all the flrat-born of True faith, which we commonly Is, as we have said an opera. failures of those around us

many a patriarch had been Israel were made by God call supernatural faith tints of grace almost too It can be, however, that w'

author of psalm 105, The example cited in the visited by angels: but "a His own special property Is the act of believing God. supra-rational for us to be sometimes allow external circumstances .
consecrated Him. It li the assent which we the of it. But If our faith
to Every aware to occasion
was the subject of fourth stanza Is especially interesting multitude of the heavenly : us
firstborn ion mutt be bought to God's revelation of Him is genuine faith, divine faith,
last week's article, reflected in that it concernsnot host, that was new. unnecessary anxiety.
back! self. this dialogue has occurred at
FathrJob. ; the nation as a whole but
on the past history of his merchant In the Magnificat Mary We cannot be certain, but some point In our spiritual For example, these times
people and sound therein instance J. one special group: had said that God "has exalted God's revelation of Himself of discussion
It seems that what Joseph pilgrimage. We have accepted religious tx
How often have
I after instance of God'smercy C..tlotin experienced seamen God's they saving I the lowly," but had she had to pay for the ransoming may be viewed externally asa God at His word; we have pertinent and change may
of truths made knownto
I II towards His chosenones. thought of anything quite as body '
of Jesus would have been committed ourselves to Him. put a strata upon us. 'hal.
ir No matter how often love.Tossed about by lowly as these shepherds? roughly the equivalent of two ui through Hit written In fact the dialogue] never ever Is the Church coming
angry Word, the Bible, and throughHis !
I they proved unfaithful to waves, seasick to the point of More profoundly, she must weeks of his earnings as a living Word Jesus Christin ends. Each time that we encounter to," we may be tempted to

Him, He stood ready to for helplessness, they cried to have noted that the angel had carpenter.By His Church. However, there God anew in prayer worry, "with all this talk
give. the law of Moses In the Mass and sacraments, about birth control pills, attending
,
Egypt or to the recent him who controls the winds described her son to them as every is an internal revelation of
The author of psalm 106 mother of must for In acts of the Protestant services
and the waves: "He hushedthe "Christ the Lord" that word a son Himself which God makes to charity, question
used the same basic mater! liberation of the present storm to a gentle breeze, Lord, throughout the Old forty days remain in her each of ui Individually. Is asked again and the and maybe no sin to eat meat
al, but in not quite the generation from exile 1 In house avoid contact with is "Do Was
same and the billows of the sea Testament, had been resen answer given again: on Friday everything
way What struck him was Babylonia. In either case it were stilled." -ed for God. sacred things, and not enter By an operation of His you believe Me?" "Yes, I do wrong before?"

not precisely God's mercy In was God' saving love which the sanctuary. On the fortieth grace, God confronts each of believe." Then God'i voice comes

the face of repeated rebellion effected their salvation.The The last section of the The Jews had not had a day she must offer for sacrifice ui In our Innermost soul. No It is Immensely Importantto through to us anew. "Do you

but rather His saving second and third stanzas psalm Is a little meditationon revelation of the doctrine of a lamb and a young words are spoken but the essence our religious life that we believe me? Believe that I

I love as illustrated by a develop pretty much the God's attitude towards different the Trinity, nor have we any pigeon; but if the family was of God's communication understand this understand love you, died to have y ':j

variety i of incidents. He same theme: the exile with types of men. suggestion that It had yet too poor to pay for a Iamb, Is this: that we do not believe doctrines with Me forever? Belie-.e

began his song with the same all Its rigors and hardshipswas Towards t h. stubbornly been revealed to Our Lady. then they might offer two "I love you. Out of love I however sublime those that I am at work in the

Invitation to prayer as that the just punishment of wicked He li justifiably Gabriel had used words pigeons. created you and out of love doctrines may be. We believe world and that no human

which jpened psalm 105: their tins. harsh their which might suggest three I redeemed you. I want you a living Being; we believe mistake can defeat My purposes .
drying up re- Neither for the buying back
Persons but of how
; they to love that ? Relax child. I
me so we My
"Give thanks to the Lord, servoirs and blighting their of the for the offerIng may God.Because
nor
And yet, like a loving father could be one God It Is not ion, "
possess each other forever. I we believe God, still am in charge of it all.
.
for he Is good, for his kindness who decides that his farmlands. On the other Indicated that he told her. of the two pigeons which

endures forever! children have been chastised hand, when people are good, How could the Child she was what Mary and Joseph

Then he proceeded to recall enough to bring them te their He acts marvelously in the had borne be God? She had la fact made, was It strictly On Nature of Church
God rememberedthem opposite direction, turning necessary to go to the
lenses
immensities
to ponder about.
series of
a specific events "the desert Into pools of water Temple. But people ai closeto I
and
saved 'theme,
which illustrated the kindness waterless land Into water On the eighth day the
Jerusalem ai these tune elaborates Constitutionarchie
and furnished strong Incentive "And he led them forth springs" Child was circumcised. By were would hate made a Pope on

for gratitude on the from darkness and gloom l This causes the psalmist to that time, we may hope, they point of going to the Temple,
part of the faithful. and broke their bonds exclaim In conclusion: "WhoIs had moved out of the cave and these two did. Following I Is a translation of aspect, but la Its community This consideration is also

The first three stanzas art asunder He sent forth his wise enough to observe Into a house, as Bethlehem the speech delivered last aspect as well. by no means new, but viewed

general enough to refer word to lead them and to these things and to under: emptied I again after the Mary would simply have month by Pope Paul VI at his The words of the within the framework of the
either census. The rite was probably dropped Into the appropriate weekly general audience. ApostlePeter magnificent design of the
to the exodus of the ancient snatch them from destruc stand the f favors of the in his first letter to the
Israelites from bondage lion" Lord?" performed by Joseph. It money box the price of the during which he discussed Christian communities of mystery of the Church, it appears
was a father's privilege two pigeons for the sacrifice the Constitution on the Na. wonderful and fills the

By the command God gave she was under no obligation turf of the Church. Asia Minor, which describethe conscience: of every faithful

to Abraham, every Jewish to offer What !Interests us intheir faithful as a "chosen Christian wit a dazzling
Pother Michael V. Coxtnen visit the reaction greeting which we race, a royal Priesthood, a
child must undergo! circumcision. was THE light
Million .* Hombre Oe DI. 1I.Is a rite not restrict cf Anna, who realised that you today has its holy nation, a redeemed people "f
own particular inspirationthat who In times past The doctrine ef the church
f ed to the Jews, practiced for their Child was to be the Redeemer
all sorts of nonreligious reasons of Israel and still of the great discussion of were not a people] but are presents Itself as aa exaltation ,

Peat ClUptGRS in by many people. But for more of Simeon, who took the ecumenical council. now the people of God" ef mankind ,
(Peter 2. 9, 10)) are remem
the Child In his and
the Jews Its meaning was arms And ai you surely 1 know bered and all And you know where It
repeated by
wholly religious: It was the uttered words which set them the doctrine
principal which reaches its summit: in the
f Lol l iaa Ctvcholic 1 histoRy consecration to Cod of man's both "wondering" the council has delved .Into today human creature, who possesses

greatest power in the physical He had come to the Temple relates to the divine and The dignity, we would say within herself, through

order the power by whichhe that day, as Christ Our Lord human constitution of the democratic of Christians is divine privilege, the fullness

IN the meantime, Camps' of colonists made their way them each four quarts of shares with God In the would one day go to the C h a r e h. especially as regards thus recognized and exalted. of human perfection and who

temporary faculties, or to St. Augustine, where they corn, and four days to get out generation of new life. desert "led by the i HolySpirit" 1 certain points, which Belonging to the Church was chosen to give to the

powers of jurisdiction had demanded justice from the Under their leadership of the According to Jewish law. the same Holy must be the object, henceforth alone confers on the faithfula Word of God when He became .

expired. Through another English: governor. head carpenter, Francisco two things still remainedthe Spirit who had revealed to of, a loving consideration wonderful excellence and man for our salvation,

( party of Cuban fisherman, PeUlcer (who had earlier buying back from God of him that he should not die by all the faithful' who an extraordinary destiny It our Flesh our nature; to be
Twelve of the emissarieswere
declares
J(1 the Priest successfully got risked death as one of the the Child, and the Purification until he had seen the Christ. are fortunate enough to belong him "born of God"cf -that Is to say-the Motherof
asked to state their ( John I
13)
another message to Havana, emissaries to St. Augustine), of the Mother If you have not recently to the Church and who ), gifted with Christ-Cod Man-accordIng -
grievance In writing and under read the words which set the liberties of the sons of
F and thence to Home.In the half-starved refugees set mail regard It as their honor to the flesh and
oath. Responding to what Because ef the Child's divinity Mary and Joseph wondering God out on foot for St. Augustine, and obligation to be conscious
; 1773 he learned from spiritual Mother themystical
through
he called "the shocking! and and the the laws of
Mother's virginity do read them now Luke charity and of
Women children and old of It
Kchevarrla that Home had people union which makes
unjustifiable actions the destined
marched In the center of neither obligation had 2.29-M. We shall look closelyat peace, to the King
renewed his faculties for another distress tyranny and cruelty One of dom of us brothers In Christ As we
these God
the the any meaning for them. But them next week. points concerns which begins
twenty years ," Governor Patrick Tonya Procession; men, the of here on earth but know. Mary has a most
armed ... .. people God that will hate
with stakes took the
In March, 1777, the Minorcane' up singular position
Issued orders releasing from boxQ. Is to say mankind whom God Its fullness In heaves; and
flanks. f.
cup of sorrow was run their contracts all who had Question has linked to Himself through! aQ this through the communion She. too, is a member of

ring over. The ultimate frustration signed when under legal age. Three days later, this half supernatural relations of life which he possesses the Church she Is redeemed

had been to learn that The orders meant the virtual started but disciplined/ band Relaxed laws through a vocation originating through grace, that Is by Christ she Is our sister;

perhaps Turn bull would not dissolution of the un reached 5L AegMtlne and fasting in Him and having as Its to say, through the guidance but by virtue of being chosen

grant them land of their own happy Turnbull experiment safety. Only six hundred' aim a pact a testament to of the Holy Ghost, with to be the mother of redeemerof

at the expiration of their Indentures As less than half of the. orlg* be established between Himself Christ mankind, and because of

as had been agreed a the consequence colony released, attorneysfor the laal group ef eoUalali re inspire communicantsA and those who respond This exaltation her perfect and eminent representation

mained.Some. to His call of the pea of the human
Now (tlllO different
Mlnorcans
groups en mane, gave \\'e are told that the third exception 1s very Thus, a pact a testamentwas pie of( rI.la the great design race she has the right to be

of the emancipated Priest's Cemmaawa Is one .l recent If you receive Communion set up at first with a ft the doctrine of the C arch caned morally and typically,

M. J. Murray laborers, too weakened by the main parts ef the Mess at the midnight Mass chosen and distinct race: It has an extraordinary practical the mother of an men and

sickness to travel, bad bad to and alt that we taaa.t rt- ea Christmas or Easter, you was the ancient affiance, the Importance, beeaete It especially ours, of 0.. the be-
remain. behind. With them seine July Cemnunkn more may receive again at a Mass Old Testament, whJea made alms at ghteg .. the men ofear liners and the redeemed
but stayed Father Camps. The than Wb attend the! following lime Ik* tree conception the Mother of
Strange true 'Me a day +a a you ef the small and confined the Church tie
Priest gave what aid he could Priest reads more than ... moroln -4r evening Jewish people the people of of life which .. maay error. mother of the faithful! .
to the sick and confessedand a. many 1cf< Oryrlsht. mi NCWC Newt SenkeCwas Man u a day, dies ke reerhe God. ', s maay
anointed the dying Turn- CommiaJM. at each Q. I hate a friend. WM! b piaUni.. try Instead. to ...-
bull's men frustrated him at a wowdtrfttt "rMII aid atery But this was but a preparation faa. and ebaare.
Man. ? If a... wbere w*.MUM
geo lareirf. He was ..c and aa image of a new
turn possibly out of
every third mats ( the
e
pique at the 'failure ef the past raised Catk.Ur, tw( later was aQUnc between God and It is necessary to hart aa
Matt la?
plantation come ..*.erled. II. belle". !Ia ISM' mankind the meitianie air exact conception: of tf.; and f
A. Those who are with! It G.*4 Lr; bwt .. !lager at- ante of UM New Testament this U given by faith and 11., I'\\r t ,\
They eVnlH him ate of UM don' talk much about the st pub when tt reminds .
lewdi Mats of rteHvvi tbeaacrameets. op by Christ open to the u
tarred te.wl I. to UM ckmrrka4 three principal parts of the What will II.,. while.. of mankind and founded 01 ew Christian vocation as h.vlt

later tM aim a ttrtolrt Mass any more: UM Offertory pee .. aii seal after death. not on Wood, not on t..,.. ., Inestimable fortune and aa \., ,1 t ,
.
"" er .... tW irk c.4- CeiuecraUea and! CommunJoa. paral ,......w.. but en the elevation to a socMy chosen
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Dee. 18, 1961
Washington letter

Eternal City celebrates ,. !p T1
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Immaculate ;i.."., '" :-...I".J! Hear Shrine's organ at ChristmasPERSONS
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Conception >;\;
throughout the four separate blowing unitsto There is a filter and signal

Rmn: (XC-Th: ) city turned out In myriad colors : ,. States wh view ( supply wind to the pipes system which Automaticallyturns

for the traditional tribute of flowers to ( the nation-wide telecast of In the gallery over the main on a light on the consoleIf
least of the Immaculate Mary on the I v Christmas Eve Midnight. entrance to the church are air filters in the blowing

played a leading role in the Conception, and Pope Paul Mass from the National 1H, 5 and 7*, horsepower units should become clogged

observance. 4;30 p.m, when crowds filled I Shrine of the Immaculate blowers There is a 71 horsepower with dust.

not only the but the Conception will hear one of blower in the front .
Centering around square 1 The total weight of the gallery
the
the finest to be chancel high above
pipe organ
organs
column surmounted streets leading to it as welL t. and chancel organs is
by a found anywhere.A the floor near the sanctuary
statue of Our Lady of the Immaculate The Bishop ol Rome placed gift to the great' Shrine There is a 'Pontifical 118,500 rounds.The ,

Conception !In frontof asj offering of flowers at the here from Francis Cardinal Trumpet which points toward largest wood pipe, a

Piazza) the Spanish embassy in the foot of the pillar and prayed Spellman, the military<'Ir. the main altar from a 33.footer containing 230 broad

bration di Spagna. the cele te the Madonna.UnLke and from Catholic chaplainsand spot above the gallery organ feet of lumber, weighs 520

began early in the men and women of the cue above the main entrance pounds The smallest wood

morning on December 8 and last year, he did not United States armed forces, to the church This Is pipe. :3 I Inches' long and con-
climaxed go on to the Basilica of St
with the official the organ has many unusual made of bronze, and Is the taming one.forty.eighth of aboard
civic tributes Mary Major for a st'i'e.
at noon. The features. The fine musical instrument first known use of such metal foot of lumber, weighs
piazza is one of the favorite Following tradition, a groupof
in construction.The .
has been years in organ one-third of an ounce. The
Rome
tourist haunts of firemen, accompanied
Rome. the making, at a cost of some$3OQbO. smallest metal pipe Is three-
Pope Paul arrived at the by their commander anda 1 contact system
base of the statue at about guard of honor, began the i throughout the organ Is of eighths of an. Inch long but
Inch "foot" for
day's events by climbing the Church It has ,been put In place sterling silver. requires a six
of St. Clement in RomeRome' the "foot"it
racking Including
eight-story pillar almost to enl, !I. recent months, and
Spain gives the to All cables in the organ are weighs one-quarter ounce.
top lay wreaths at the will be heard nation-wide for
Colosseum U In the distanceIn of the Blessed shielded
foot of the Itatut.rarllhloDen Sacrament Palsied all the first time on the Chrlitmas with tin-coated wire There are eight different

unity themeto this view of the Church of St. Clement hla life, the Bant: spent his days learn Kv: telecast The Mais ta eliminate static in broadcasting wind I pressures throughoutthe

from the Bear- On December 23 Roman citizens ing Scripture by heart when it was of St. Joseph which will be It Is a distance of organ The manual keys

by parish Church of St. Andrea will observe the feast of St. Servulua, read to him. Hi( begged for alma on lung was written by Pier Xtt fret from the chancel are either, genuine ivory or

holy year delle Fratte Joined the sixth century holy btrgar'hOt.. relics the porch of this church which U now I'erll''' for organ console to the gallery console genuine\ ebony All concealed
hundreds of Roman workers, and if all the wire pipes running from the blow

MADRID (.NC) Approxi- disabled children and other are buried beneath the church'a altar his tomb. \\hile not the largest! pipe used in the organ were tog units to the organ chambers

mately 1.500,000 pilgrims are
expected to visit Santiago 21.000 carnations te the Madonna this country the Shrine instrument from New York to beyondSan I Muller of literstown .
the city 1 In northwestern at the foot .! the pillar. has the largest exposed rranchoo. The chancel
made the
American servicemen Maryland,
experience divisions of console even now controlsthe
Spain where the Apostle St. Two of the disabled children any organ organ
in America These parts are Pontifical Trumpet" In
James is believed to be
buried prayed .there in the name of in the Ruckposlttv division the south gallery, and provision The American Hroadcast-
for the celebration '
the city i schools for the dis varied vernacular in
throughout 1965 of a holy abled. Britain which hang against the gal is made so that at tog Company will televise

year of Jubilee lery wall, and these contain some future date, both or. Christmas" Eve: Mass, be

Other groups represented OXFORD, England: (NC) -Mass In the vernacular (tilted Slates DUhops," he more pipes than any similar gang can be played from the ginning at midnight, Washington

Santiago's Archbishop, Fernando were the association of Italian has particular significance for those American servicemen said divisions. the makers know chancel console standard time

Cardinal Qulroga y Christian workers _. .
including The English have placedi'ie -
ofThe r
Palacios, said here of the around the globe who have been attending Sunday Shrine titilitfi
the street cleaners' union, the prayers at the foot of the organ 3

event, "We want "It te be a national organization for rev Mass In nearby towns and ,.,,?,," Father Coleman Md., altar into the vernacular and r

holy year of ualty ligous and moral assistanceto for horn Latin has seemed retained the Kyrle in the

He expects that the pilgrimages workers, and the Pontifical a touch of home. This combined with the dreek.; The l English: version ObituaryThomas A 4

coming from relief organization, ai well as 'vernacular has brought more retains Latin for the whole of

countries will make it an many impressive doctors, nurses and hospital Now that the national languages response and a renewed vigorto the Canon, but the "Ameri. E. Grady

demonstration of theChurch' administration employes. are being used the the participation, especially can" Sanctus is in English. )11.IInMJul.m Mass for
Taking part in the official serviceman who doesn't attend to the Canon of the
universality Mass on his overseas up" The Agnus Del<< also !Is stillIn Thomas .:. Grady, prominent
were Luigi Cardinal Mass.
ceremony
The Cardinal was asked Latin in and South Florida
England cituen. was
base generally finds it less
Traglia. -vicar general The chaplain explained thata
whether could look pro
forward
Spain Wales along with the "lieMissa Tuesday December IS
of Rome easy-unless he happens to be sung
; Mayor Amerigo Ps.trisect supplementary text for use
to a visit by Pope Paul stationed in Britain where thelanu.ce est," the "Deo gra- In Sts. Ptter and Paul 1
; leaders of Italian with Sunday missals had
VI for the celebrations but "
has. and the blessing Church
Catholic action, and diocesanand is roughly the same been supplied by the Air
he replied that he had no information municipal officials. Father (Lt Col) Raymond Force for Catholic personnel. Further changes In the Mais A resident! of Miami for the

He said that on the the probablitles.continuationof F. Coleman, USAF, chaplainat But for the first couple of for England: are under con. past 40 years Mr. Orady died
Briie Norton sideration. Translations are on Saturday, December 12. at
air base in Sundays he was advising the
the Second Vatican Council Edith Sitwell considered however and the of his home
the Oxfordshire countryside, congregation to use a Mass being age 72. at ,
would affect any plans by LONDON (NC) -Dame discussed the new vernacularfor card only have not yet been .,ftedupcM'l. 10 South' Miami Avenue, 4

the Pope. Edith Sitwell, regal first ladyof Americans, and comparedit Father Coleman said that Some differences In where he resided with his

Discussing excavations In English poetry was buried with the version in the while more than 900 servicemen 1 translation lo date are apparent wife, Roberta, a past preil-

the basilica of Santiago de from the Jesuit Church of the English! parishes around the and their families attended between the North! Amer. dent of the M Augustine Diocesan .

CempMlela. the Cardinal Immaculate Conception here base Mass on the first Sunday lean and the English versions. Council of Catholic\

said they are revealing facts where she was received Into Father Coleman, ordained in Advent at the base Women \

that tend to confirm that St. the Roman Catholic Churchin for the Baltimore archdiocesein chapel, many others livingoff For the Matt-g.erl of England The former manager of the

James traveled and preached 1953. 1938 after attending St .base attended the Eng. and Males the reip.n.e Greater Miami Traffic AIM. "

la Spain and was bared at Dame Edith died !In St Mary's Seminary there, has lisp parish churches Dear I. the Priest's "The Iced be elation and one-time port director .)>,{Io ..

Santiago. Thomas' Hospital here December been stationed in Britain since their homes with yen," la ",\ad with to V* of Miami was a nativeof
9 following a heart April. 1963. Savannah lie was a mem
Among the cultural eventsto attack. She was 77 years old, The Fnfllsh version (en In referring to the Lord the her of the Knights of Columbus
be held at Santiago during For the two Sundays priorto presented by the hierarchy .. tuned D.C.
and was the senior memberof English have retained the.rth.le Holy Name Society ..niSround.r Pipo organ
the first Advent
in
the holy year will be an unusual Sunday Kitglaad: and Males) varies
"Thee" Thus the and first president
a prodigious family triumvirate
musical presentation. with her brothers when the vernacular was in. silently from that U the *upplemenlary Gloria response Is "We praise .f the Florida Association of Technician tune s. 52-fcet-Mgh; S rountS

The New York group Pro troduced. Father Coleman text we ham.- Thee He liless Thee Waken for of the 0329 In this In the
Sir Osbert and Sir Sachev- celebrated Mass In the base the ItUnd. Mr pip i'lre organ galleryabove
, Muslca Antiqua will give two erell! Sitwell -which was a chapel 1 facing the whkh was approved .y the Another difference Is at the Grady had also served as a the main entrance to the National Shrine

concerts of medieval! music, dominant force on the English of Air Force congregation personneland I Sisters kilted Communion of the faithful member ef the beard ef the ef the Immaculate' Conception" In Washington
of the
, using instruments literary scene for half a their families. where the American translation Miami CathoUa Welfare Hare DC There are :2S13: more pifwe' 'in another organ
same type as those shown in ROMK (NC-The) Franciscan has a u.In .
century produced, 'Lord Iam
In the chancel.' rJtth U complete and! can
the sculptures of the cathedral Renowned throughout her ")lacy parents remarked Missionaries of Mary not worthy that you addition to his wife, t... organ

of Compoatela.I1 Ue for ber flamboyance and me Immediately after Mass have announced here that two should come under my roof," Is survived by too nephews r* played Kjxirttrty. but It will bet foiwible to

sometimes enigmatic activities how mach more attentive and ef their Sisters were killed and the English response Is, Frank M f. Gra
Dame Edith caused a Involved their children! had November 23 In the Congo' ,Lord I am not worthy that Cot Thomas T. Grady of -

major stir when she was received been because they could witness One was a native ef Spain Thou. ihouldit enter under my Aletasxtrla. and a Mete, Mis.Inland .

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KAMPALA, Uganda, (NC-"Although-): wounded by see the celebrant during the :' I; \ ., Attending Mass lights way

I five years of persecution, the Catholic Church in the Mass One part of the con t\\ j 'i1- "F.LJ1q' for inquirer to attain Faith

troubled south of the Sudan remains strong, visitors from gregation is in the church itself : ,
'
another part stands in ,":
that region have reported here. and third : reaching and : ..
the F
courtyard a
They said the overall pace of Church life Is vigorous group stands on the porch: of .; SERIOUS efforts to It:'
.
because of. the extra. efforts being made by the 32 native the Priest's residence, partic : achieve Christian unity were '

meats!, 40\ Sisters and lpatlng in the Mass througha Inspired by Pope John XXIII Father ::

about 500 catechists left in Christian caretakers, but each big hole knocked in thechurch' and the Council Many Protestant

the region.All Priest Is making! a supreme wall for them. representatives have John A.
effort to care for two or three attended the sessions as observers
foreign missionary were churches, even though manyof Because It Is Impossible to line O'Briennot a'
and they received :
expelled earlier this year them are 60 or 70 miles build new churches, the native '
They totaled about 300 Priests, apart often in the bush. clergy has been reluctant every courtesy.

100 Brothers and 200 Sisters In the vicariate apostolic of to close any. Both Protestants and
Expulsion was ordered by the Catholics are working for the
Wau for the visitors
former Arab-dominated military example, In one place, where floodwaters fulfillment of Christ'sprayer' to talk or to visit, but to
reported, there remain .
demolished the residence God with their whole
"And other sheep I worship
government in the north, "
only the native Bishop and
of the Priests and of i fold souls. I said to myself This
replaced two months ago bya have that are not of this : ,
eight Priests. They are successfully the Sisters, the church was and is It.'
civilian government, one tending to 12 sta. ';; then also I must bring,
also controlled by Moslemsbut abandoned only after water they shall bear my voice, "Ann got me in touch with
tions, a seminary, a novitiate In It and It 4
three feet
rose be fold Father John J. Murphy
shall
Including Negro Catholics house for Sisters and the \ and there one
became necessary for the John 10 C.S.C., chaplain at St.Joseph's .
from the South. twice-a-month publication of and one) shepherd" ( ,
congregation to swim to reach
Hospital, who gave
15)).
tile Messenger, an English
Catholic missionary work it. instructions for four
Continues ]language publication The catechists Does the ecumenical mo"e.fnfl1t mt
among the people lay servingthe months."I .
of the south Sudan, largely In the vicariate. apostolic of Church are instructingboth mean that we must

Negroes, but It Is hamperedby Juba the ;Ititori said one children and adults in Quarter century in Catholic journalismTwentyfive concern' ourselves solely with found every teaching of

lack of transportation and Priest and a few lay teachersare preparation for Baptism. In the reunion of whole the Church reasonable, its

the necessity for double-duty keeping In operation the some cases lay people have years of service in the original staff of The Florida Catholic Churches and discontinue efforts moral code the highest, and

by Priests junior seminary which enrolls administered the sacrament. Catholic press was observed last week when It was founded in Miami in 1939 to share our faith with the spiritual help It offers

:300 students In the prefecture One dramatic illustration of by Mrs Marjorie L. Fillyaw, feature by Monsignor William Barry P.A. She Individuals, especially with truly wonderful.
The native I clergy has apostolic of Mupoi, Sisters the churchless and non-
the determination of seminarians and women's editor of The Voice, receives congratulations from Bishop
closed some mission stationsor are being used to staff church ? No. That "The doctrine of the Real
entrusted them to native parishes without Priests. to continue their I weekly publication of the Diocese of Coleman F. Carroll of Miami, above would be a great mistake. Presence of Christ in the

Nevertheless, the visitors studies concerns the major Miami. She waa a guest of honor at a right and Monsignor Barry who was Corporate reunion may not Holy Eucharist made a profound ".

said the rate of baptisms this seminary now at Kit, near testimonial dinner at the Hotel Americans the principal speaker at the dinner attended take place for centuries. appeal to me. It was
the of Juba.
provincial capital
Cardinal warns year will be about 23,000 persons The 98 seminarians formerly in Miami Beach. Mrs. Fillyaw began by more than 100 Priests and Without Impairing in the that Presence which I jt

of unwarranted the past, about few the years.same rate of 'were housed at Tore and her career aa a member of the members of the laity. slightest the new spirit of fateful sensed when Sunday I went morning on that to a.

taught by missionaries But warmth and friendliness between Mass. Consoling too is the '

criticism rampant Stories abound of efforts by with the expulsion and the increase the Churches, we must knowledge that one's sins are .

Priests to get the Mass and of unrest in the area, Variety in booksChristmas Intensify our efforts( to win forgiven in the sacrament of \
BOSTON (NC) Richard
sacraments to as many Catholics supplies became Impossible Individuals. confession, when one is truly "I
Cardinal of
Gushing Boston
as possible for them to obtain.
has complained too many Instead of The work of Christian sorry
closing they
persons today are using the In Malakal.! the visitors moved approximately 2W art sculptor recalled unity" points out Archbishop "Founded by Christ, the

Second Vatican Council at a laid one of the three Priests miles to Kit. Instructors mare Heenan of London, "must go Church alone was authorizedby

"freeway to criticize the left there has moved the altarof three Priests and hand hi hand with the workof Him to teach all nations

Catholic Church." a church to the front entrance two lay teachers.young Students sit "Tnt: Story of the RIse holding the orb-symbolic of ingly clear that in the modern conversion. If we have the I was received into Christ's y

;Before the annual meetingof to enable crowds to on wooden benches, rubbing ," M recounted In her Son's power-because it world with all its variety spirit of true apostles, we are true church and had the
was too heavy for Him.Glslebertus of beliefs the best position for great joy of receiving our
the New England unit of each other's elbows. They eat the sculpture of GUIeber bound to seek to spread the

the National Catholic Educational native food prepared in the tus. Holt, lUnehart, New was a man of the Church is that which it en. truth. This is the Ideal of Eucharistic Lord.
United the
Association, the Car Other Congo open air by a native boy. The York. 41 $1.95. the Middle Ages, and the human Joys In the States- truth and charity which Pope "I've had four years of additional I
page of
status voluntary society
a
dtnal referred to an article in visitors said that despite these touches of his art show John XXIII set firmly before Instruction In the \
Here is Christmasgift lead its
free to
a perfect
a national magazine (Saturday difficulties the seminariansare us how closely religion was completely us. He had asked by prayer Confraternity of Christian I
Evening Post), written also expels cheerfulThe for those people we all entwined with society in his own life to proclaim its message and example to strive 'that Doctrine.
who love beautiful and
know and to receive all who '
the
by a Boston College alumnus era. all may be one. This was
Sudan government's unusual things. The text of will accept It." it "That helped me to explainthe
who was ones an altar boy CatholicsPARIS plea of Christ'sicar as
for the Cardinal crackdown on the south was St. Matthew's account of the This book contains many By Floyd Anderson was the prayer of Christ faith to William Topo-
meant not only. to cripple the wise men is set alongside pictures of Glslebertus'art
Cardinal Cushing did not photographs BOOK ENDS Himself the night before He vich, whom I subsequently
(NC) Imprisonment advance of Christianity, but of the sculpture of Glsle* of them a full
name the author (Edward R. many page The key talks and letters died. married, and now be too .ls a
torture and expulsion also to the northerners bertus long-forgotten 12th.
put a In size. devout Catholic. If
F. Sheehan) but laid thl.to1'1 of European Catholics li occurring firmly hi control ef all movement century artist whose carvingson of Pope John XXIII are now How can you share your Catholics would bring more their
portrayed the Catholh in the former French There Is an illuminating available under the covers of faith
there.As the cathedral at Autun, By bringing a non-
non-Catholic friends to Mass
Church In ferment. Congo, according to a French result France, have been rediscovered commentary on Glslebertus a single book, announced John Catholic friend U Mass or ,
a guerilla warfare they would with God'sgrace
The author "has a facility Priest who arrived here after and proclaimed master* and his times by Reglne Per O'Netl. editor and publisher some ether sen'Ice. ,
has been for
for writing and a nice per being expelled from Iti capital waged many noud and Father Denis Grivot of The Pope Speaks Maga ,"win many more converts

sonality" and "he would go at Brazzaville. months against the Sudanese pieces. Included are photographs of zine. The hard-cover volume, The fruitfulness of this I Celia concluded.

places if he took a positive The Priest Identified as Father army by southerners. These Glilebertas created the figures many of his other works, besides titled "The Encyclicals and method is illustrated in the

approach to the Church rather Lemaire, said he was men have never molested tMI'rl..t. ef the wise men, ef Mary the Gospel story of St. Other Messsges of John conversion of Ceilla Coons Daytona Beach

than rehashing every tortured In prison before or other Christian and Joseph and the Child Jesus Matthew XXIII" and published by secretary to Professor Bal

thing critical that has been betag expelled. He laid an missions, according to the with a seas ef awe and By Donald BrophytfCTTOE TPS Press, 'will be issued this dlnger at Notre Dame. "I

aid," the Cardinal laid. TU other Priest 'wbe U still la visitors wonder. week. Orders are being acctpted was looking around." she related
,
story Is typleal of They have attacked food for Christmas delivery "for some Church in WTmein
many appearing prison 'was also tortured. Pope" I A Concise now : ,
la both the storerooms of missions to get We see one of the wise mea whose creed I could believe.As .
religious The former French Congo, 1 / History I said O'Neil.The ..

supplies, but In each Instance gravely and absent-mindedly Biographic
and secular UI.Jlrtl.t. I with tJ ,
today, was rooming a Pet Paste SpeeftM*
press adjoins the
now a republic,
they left a receipt with a removing his crown in the ," edited by Krk John. book contains translations
added Catholic, Ann Boehlelr, I !JUttea WrwglitlrMAJwtunim ..
"Actually," laid Cardinal former Belgian' Congo the. promise to make good for the stable. We see the Holy Family Hawthorn flocks, Inc., of all eight .f Pope asked If I might go with her
current scene of major bloodshed
Cushing, the ecumenical material taken, the visitors fleeing to Egypt with New \'ork.100 pp. $.U.In John's encyclicals, eighteen to Sunday Mass. leech
and rebellion I Ormend .
FIi9Mrs7
said. Mary seated In the donkeylegion .f his ether major letters and
council was an opening of a very attractive and "Ann was delighted. So I
attributedthe discourses, and a number .(
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back of the roof to displaythe repression .f the ChurchIn serer..al. excerpts.In Cross Church. I I IJOANN'S
of decency COMMIT vale cur biographical notes have been Holy was For Udits Who Cr
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The Florid Catholic, Friday Dec. IS, 1964 -

Of many things 1 1vr r Melbourne Central


Catholic

Christmas and Easter MELBOURNE-At an Impressive
sun sun ceremony the Classof

-- 1963. the first graduatingclass
THE renewed Interest In the liturgy, prompted by the Secondly, In the third and self adds testimony to our of Central Catholic High

I 1 use of English in so many of the prayer at Maas. fourth century in both the words. For until this day the Schoolln Melbourne, received
now leads us to investigate further some of the early East and the West the Church darkness grows, and from rings from Father Peter C.
roots of the liturgy of the was attempting to formulate this day forth the darkness Dolan president of the school

Christmas leuon-- solstice: Birthday of the Un effective challenges to the wanes. Light grows darkness after he had blessed them at
conquerable.Such sun-worship which had then wanes. The day grows, error the altar.
For the past few decades become a great part of practically wanes. Truth mounts. Today
much research has was the title of the Jus He congratulated the seniors -
developed all non-Christian religious is born to us the Sun of
civic legal feast of "Sol Invictus" ; and called to their attention
a better understanding of the practices. This the tice.
the duties and responsibilities "
Sun
(Unconquerable ),
original purpose of the Churchin which had been officially instituted Church did by assuming the What Is striking, Is view ef they face as upper
basic of the
symbolism non-
instituting this feast-and in 274 by the Em- the complex development ef : classmen.
thus its fundamental meaning peror Aurelian. Christian practices and givingto the Christmas liturgy Is the
in the context of the worship them new and deeper extent to which tile theme ef Father' Dolan also explainedthe
of the Church. It Is no coincidence: that meaning. the "Christmas Sun" has per meaning of the class ring
The first reference we find fourth century Roman Christians This approach of the Churchis sisted. and the love it should foster
admirably expressed in a between student and
to the feast of Christmas is celebrated the Nativity the the
found In a Roman documentof of Christ and the Sol In ictus passage from a treatise To find it we do not need to school not only at the present
the year 354. an illustrated oa the same date. dating from the early fourth look further than the collect time, but In the years to
used century by an anon'moulChrbUIJ1 of the midnight Mass which Is come.
almanac
by an early There was a deliberate writer "Now they a magnificent formula of This occasion: marked not
Christian named Valentine.As choice on the part of the lead (non-Christians) also call this early belief In the glorious only the bestowal of the rings
most almanacs do this
one ers of the Christian Catholic day ((25 December) the 'BIrth- Christ: for the first time, but also
also treated of different cal.
community in selecting De- day of the Unconquerable. "0 God. have caused the first celebration of the
you
endars it contained
Christian .
calendar; a cember 25; indeed it seems Who, Indeed, Is so unconquer. this night, sacred among all 4 Holy! Mass according to the
la
the form of that their express purpose is able as our Lord who over new liturgy where the Priest
feasts celebrated at Rome. nights to light up like day Blessing of rings for Melbourne
to counteract the influence of and death
threw conquered with the radiant presence of faces the congregation who
At the head of the list, for the pagan feast. In this Rome And as for their talking about the true Light; grant, we Father Peter C. Dolan, president of rings for the seniors. The young school }join in the Holy Sacrifice by
December 25 find was merely following the the birthday of the Sun! He answering the dialogue bothin
we this that having come to
pray the Central Catholic High School in will graduate its first class In May of
practice of the Christians of
notice t "Birth of Christ in is the Sun of Justice, He of know the mysteries of this English and In Latin.
Bethlehem of Judea." the eastern portion of the Em- whom the prophet Malachlas Light here on earth we may Melbourne, celebrated the first Mans 1965 Among the seniors who receivedrings Sponsored by the Athletic
pire who had selected Jan- said: 'For you who fear my also share Us Joys In heaven." In English for his student body recent were, from left Orrin Grover Association of Central Catholic
From Internal evidence of uary 6 as the feast of the name there will arise the Sun ly. On the same day, he blessed clans Michael Brown and Robert rerchalaki.' High School and supported .
in other
Indeed examining
the document !itself there is Epiphany. of Justice, with healing In its of the of the -- ---- by the Booster Club and
portions liturgy
reason to believe that the cal This latter date was an ancient wings." Christmas ,season we find Cardinal Mooney Bishop Moore 111111/N1NN.NNININNN the student body, a hooter
endar speaks not only of Egyptian date for the This text which reveals so nanny directed by FatheC
that the theme of the "Christmas
Christmas in Rome In 354, but winter solstice, and, pagan well the motive behind the Institution Sun" is dominant andperal.tent High SchoolS Lawrence Redmond, held hereon
a
Christmas as it was celebrated religious celebrations also oc- of the feast of Christmas its High School November 23th, was a tremendous
Moreover
by Christian Romansfor curred at that time. Moreover anticipates, with Its appeal persistence one Is not only due to .\ .\ A-&b Copeland ontAMMThls week Youth success.Several -
several generations-pos- there is no trace of an to the prophet Malachlas student reporter of Cardinal put outsiders lent their
natural of the
slbly as early as :300. earlier primitive Christian ((4.2)), a theme which often the appeal but. more Importantly sunsymbolism Mooney has sent in this news two cf Bishop Moore's graduates talent to the students of the

The almanac or chronograph tradition concerning the exact recurs In the Christmas for the early Church of the Sarasota high! school: came into the spotlightat high school and everyone had
as it Is called aljo contains anniversary of the birth of preaching of the early Church to the fact that it series so On November 20. the Cougars their respective schools a good time, according to Victoria
a calendar of pagan Christ; Indeed, the available Fathers and which Is also wonderfully to relate the of Cardinal Mooney High Andrew Meyer, a 1M1 Bishop 1/1NN11NNN4NNN11NN1 Reid, school reporter
feasts which could be useful evidence points rather to the frequently repeated in the actual feast of Christmas to the feastof School won the tint bay Moore graduate, has been selected .
( for the Christian since manyof absence of such a tradition prayers of the Liturgy of Caster, coast conference football to Alpha Sigma Nu. a
these feasts were also considered the earlier Christians were the Word. championship with an 18-12 national honor fraternity Andrew .
1 civic holidays. We notice literally more preoccupiedwith For example, a Christmas For there Is an" "EasterSun" victory over Admiral Farra- son of Mr and Mrs.
that there is also a notation the date and the celebration sermon of St. Jerome: "as well as a ChristmasSon. gut at the St. Petersburg Leo H. Mayer Is attending
i for December 23, the of the feast of the Resurrection "Even nature agrees with : Indeed the former school's field Scorers for the St Louts University In SU
Roman date for the winter of Christ. our preaching, the world it- theme is far more fund.men.b11l1 Cougars were halfback TimHolleran Louts, Missouri Appointment
tradition than
Christian tackle Mac Nails to Alpha Sigma Nu, a society
the latter Christ, at whose 23 'Is considered
NATIONAL w and end flirt Grout with chapters
darkened"ILuke
death
"the
sun was
The victory climated! Car. the highest honor accessible
( 23,43)). rose from the .
SOCIE at a Jesuit University Members
HONOR
; dead on a Sunday, after adescent distal Mooney's 1W4 football :w'
the basis
are chosen oa
tkN fceILMIt season, which was the best
+ Into in history for the Cougars. of scholarship loyalty, aniS
Is deeply revealing to They closed out the Mason service to the university,
: note that the peat Easter with a S-3 record however Closer to home, Miss Margiellouff '
(chant common to the liturgies In conference play they stood a 1M3\ Bishop Moore
of the East and the Welt
: undefeated with a 44 record alumnae has become' Orlando
"This is the day that the Junior home
having defeated Clearwater College's
Lord has mad," (Psalm 11T, Central Catholic: lill. Berk. coming queen for 1044! ., Miss # q
24)) should find Us echo in the llouff the of Mr.
fe.,4 obey 12-0 Santa Fe Catholic daughter
t r y Christmas liturgy) 44-19 and Farragut 1"U. and Mrs Charles r. llouff

"w Ttday .has dawned fir is Other games Included a 11-0 was sponsored by the Circle
Ole lay tf redempties." loss to firewater Tech, an. K chapter of her school Nowa
t other loss ((40-11)) to M.U sophomore at OJC Margl'
4;" a'Mooney Easter Is nothing other than bourne Catholic a 74 defeat was also omtcoming' hostess At
k + the triumphant definitive vindication at the hands ef Immokatet, hr senior year at BishopMoore championship game

for Himself in resplendent n .., VMS to Naples and another High.CwifraUUlUM' .,
Instructions aJ]
w Coach John Schwind gfvrs l to
glory and for IDs
loss, 33-20/ 19 Venice
members la the mystery of) tt boil .f state back Tim Ifollersn during championshipgame .
r grace and the liturgy of the The Cages dosed. t.4 the these ,..t.s ftr their ImtltU- with Admiral FarrsguL The Cougar of
sew li/t which begins for seasosi by ,...,t.C are em sal 4lillMtUs& says RUI Cardinal Mooney High. School In SaraaoU won
Christ at Christmas la ILs Cypress Lake Is a Kerneetmlsjg Baas Bishop Metre's sfidealrr the first flay Coast Conference when they defeat

first rising as the "Sun of .... porter.la td Admiral I'arragut High.,,

Justice." Two new clubs formed at the sports picture, the
Cardinal Moonejr this year Bishop Moore Hornet baiktt
:1 student commended To head collegeADRIAN art the Service dub and the ball team gel off to a good SCHOOLSROSARIAN
: I'aramed Club. start last Saturday night by

Father Joseph P. )Moran president examinations given by the NationalMerit Mlcklgas (NC- The latter enables studentsto defeating the I.yman, Gref
Nails Sisttr Mary PetroniOa, a Ian.gunge study the various aspects hounds, 31.23. The tnomiterwas .
of Cardinal Mooney High School in Scholarship program won College held defensive battledown ACADEMY
professor at Barry of the field of mtdJrtfle a
I Sarasota congratulates MuNaIL for a letter of commendation and a certif tams. has bees named trips are taken by the organ to the wl/e with the Hornets Mildest ..* day ...ft..| IMP i>.K .. shores. .f ....ttt.1
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Everyman's familyChrisfmas .. -.
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spirit personifies love


By Monsignor John C. KnottSOME to the teacher and said, quire the pruning of selfish

stories are so old "Now, now", Sister How wouldwe habits.
know
they arc new to another Tears, the agony of heart
Of course, in a sense there
generation. One is the is a similarity between matrimony and soul and sometimes body, .
tale told of the pastor who the frustrations of failure and
was in the habit of visitingthe and purgatory in that the unattainment of prized : T :
both are designed to be
preparations .
.
parochial school on a sort goals can add up to a real
for heaven. The resemblance -
of state occasion The chil purgatory.
should there
dren knew him well from his stop ,

dally comings and goings, the but Impression many couples that give the you two Faith, hope, love t
but this visit over the years t
bad developed an official states are really Identical However, a Christian marriage .

status which duly Impressedthe Crosses should always carry Ir 4
young students.Pastor's with It the air that characterizes : 4

visit He has his cross-the talk. this Christmas season. ?
Whatever the and
problems
Ing variety-and he offers her
difficulties there should be
.
up regularly. She has her
Grade 4 greeted him with about a Christian family a
cross-it gets heavier with
wriggling anticipation. lie home cooking-and she offers sense of joyousness, of peace,
asked his usual questions and and of all w-
him of hope most the
just as frequently.
up
received the usual well. presence of love. .t
both feel that "when
drilled answers. After 20 They
years the Sisters thought they die they are going The Son of God became Incarnate .
they knew what to expect, straight to heaven because It on the first Christ j
but even a pastor can pull would be unjust of the good mas morning and literally #e.' r
the unexpected. God to condemn them to an. brought into the world the
other purgatory. They have personification of love. /t S A wn'
He said to the children already had one on this earth
"fine, you all have done very with each other.In With each new baby born
welL Now one last question fact, they wouldn't be Into the world and baptizedInto "
What I la matrimony surprised to receive a quick the family of God, another r rt
canonization from the Pop incarnation of love y .. ',} b.j
There was a horrible moment takes place. In a sense the
for their heroic sufferings.For .
of silence, as Sister humor mystery of the Child Is renewed
any to be effective
hadn't prepared them for In each child. God's
even this attempt, there tVaZ A4
that one. Finally one girl extendedto
has to be an element of ser Kingdom of love Is a t7 1 f i.t_
piped up: "Matrimony is that a new country. A whole )
iousness. There is
no question/ _
state between heaven and hell that new universe Is open to the
marriage has its
where we suffer for our sins" elements every of purgation and explorations of His grace.A i
The Sister was horrifiedand
new mind with new '
hastened to correct-"No, suffering.The thoughts, a new heart with a '

no, Maryl I That lint matri melding of two personalities fresh spring of love; a new
mony. That's purgatory" Into the unity of a will with great decisions before That's real snow on trees being sold to benefit Orlando school I
With that the pastor turned Christian marriage does re- it- all wrapped In the

mystery of the new human Sunshine In Orlando lOOn melted the from the sale of the trees this weekend at u they untied and set up the 1800 fragrant

Pope praises religious personality that is the child. now pictured here on the Christmas trees eight different locations. Forestry is not offered long-needle and short needle balsam pines.for .
So know the
I cost of many a child.people Would that Just shipped In from the North to Bishop by the school, but several of the boys I

spirit shown by Indians value.many more appreciated his Moore High SchooL The school will benefit who are students would receive A for effort


VATICAN CITY '(NC)-Appearing at the window of

I hla apartment overlooking St. Peter' square for the reg. Church around the world Tribal people emerge from jungle

ular Sunday noon audience the day after his return from I


India at possible, Pope future Paul VI trips.The hinted. International to be held Marian in Hlguey Congress ., Encyclical date Provincial Honor John Daly to discover modern world/ / in Bombay

said that the In
dians' Pope demonstrations "were Dominican Republic, March ROME: (SC) -Mld-Advent SHELBY, Ohio (SC) Fa. RICHMOND (NC-There') By Robert lardy Andrew Mrs. Vina Mody. a Nebraska

not Just for our person, but 1825. celebrations were held\ I ther Paul J, 1LU, 39, has been a tree growing In Israel as a NCWC News Service born graduate of the University
for all "we represent- and Pope John XXIII "was once throughout Italy to honor appointed United States provincial memorial to John J. Daly, DOMB1Y -Two hundred and ten Oraon tribal people of California at Berkeley

therefore also for you our quoted liked to saying go to the he would Philippines.While have. Pope Paul's encyclical EC- of the Missionaries of editor of the Catholic Virginian from the deepest jungles In Gujerat discovered the modern wife architect of a, taw distinguished Father Rosner Pars
sons. We bring you their ex cleilam Suam, which waspublished Richmond diocesan newspaper world, thanks to the Priest who converted them and
he the Sacred Heart with head
predicted he would and former of give up and dart away with
diligent ample of patience a religious, of spirit serene, of never make the trip, ho suggested Sponsored last by August.the union of quarters In Aurora, Illinois. the Catholic Press president Association brought them to the Inter. the treatment of lepers his dark childrea!

and resigned humility alwaysfull that his successor Catholic Action men on December Father Hill, a native of Lorain who died November S. national Eucharistic Con In his parish. Suddenly, he was called
might. back. Women volunteers at
of hope and goodness" Official Vatican 11.12 In Rome, Milan, Ohio, who was ordainedIn The tree was planted In gress. They clung to him on the
de. Eucharistic head
filed sources Bologna, Genoa and some 100 Home In 1000! has been superior Bnal B'rith Martyrs Foreston Dark shy creatures of train and flinched behind Congress
la knowledge of such had pooled their
Ills reception Bombay, any quarters rupees -
him when
they Bombay.
other cities and towns, the the land of the Jewish National saw
had
Pope Paul said, "shows na plans, but this would be nor celebrations stressed the of the missionaries'major Dravidian descent they Riding In elevators for the to pay for the tickets be
necessity Fund. Mr. and Mrs.
that I in the present world relations mal protocol so far in ad of implementing the seminary near here. Harry 1. Cohn of Richmond never ridden In an automobile first time, they shrieked in could not afford.
never seen a train never "
are possible even with vance. encyclical's teaching The Ha succeeds Father Joseph notl/led Mrs. Daly they had terror Introduced to Coca "Now, Father Rosner said

most distant, peoples/ and become Pope Paul went on (t. says genera! theme of talks by W Caspar. directed that the tree bplanted British Imagined-born electric, Father light,Victor until Cola, they spat it out declaring "my people will go back to
custom U which we their jungle and of course nobody -
a both the and they "wanted "water that
clergy laity was "In revered
mail educate .ourselves "Wo must accustom ourselves the harmony of the encyclicalwith Warns youth her husband. memory"of Rosner S,J", a missionary In Is with no taste." will believe any of the
better to know India for 20 years, chose themto tales they tell." He has taken
respect
But that the first
This set off speculation the recent great religious I)0\EK.: Vw HampshireNC Twenty-one members were come with him to dance: at was day.
and this
JOthe others. This Is care of however.
among Vatican observers that events, including the Pope'strips (: ) An FBI agent has received into the John J, Daly the congress The next, they began to run
the
principle which
must nurture to the Land and the streets He has made mill record
history's most traveled Pope Holy warned Catholic youth here memorial dais of the New. across dodging a
may be planning yet other a new mentality and India, and the third session that the present danger "from port News Council, Knights Father Rosner Is an anthropologist taxicabs In a deadly game of his Oraoas la Bombay, and
journeys. Unnamed sourcesIn formulation of thinking among of the ecumenical council. within" to the United Statesis of Columbus recently specializing In the that Father Ro.ner stoppedas wU show It la the Jungle tillages.
men today and tomorrow"The of and witch he could. .
study quickly as They
the Vatican were quoted as the loss of a sense of spiritual sorcery
Bombay demonstrations choir
Seminary Blesses BrazilRIO Brabourne Stadium
craft. ,
went to
**
suggesting the possibility of he said, "show us that values and the trend "They are. he said, "born
and beat their drums and
two trips next year-one to Christianity, the religion of ,OKCIIUU/ LIKE, Michigan toward materialism. DK: JVSFIRO (NC) He saved for many monthsthe danced and chanted their Into clans and under totems:
the Philippines for the celebration love which preaches charity I (r:\C-Th.) Schola Can- Kenneth \Vhlttaktr, assistant Pope Paul VI sent a recorded tiny coins called nya palse forebears did as before the fish the snake, the tor

of that country's 40(>th among brothers, Is truly a religion torum of Sts Cyril and Meth special FBI agent in blessing to Brazil on its family (new pieces) -of which 100 savage human than toise. They bear these marks.
anniversary, another to the of the present timean odius Seminary here will Boston. In the keynote message day (December 8)), In a make one rupee, worth 20.7 more the earth beings contained.they But look now at their throats."
West Indies for the planned actuality and modernity make Its 27th consecutive annual at a CYO conventionhere three-minute blessing heard United States cents-until he thought Around each throat there
V which we must recognize and Christmas radio broad. saldt "To often, materialism over the nationwide radio and had funds to purchase half. They saw other sorts of tri was a string of beads, and
profess Therefore we pray cast December II. The pro- Is the guiding factor television the Pope blessedthe price railway tickets to feed bal people, and were amazed pendant from it, a rosary
ST. AUGUSTINE Our Lady that she may makeus gram will be broadcast on and when this happens the Brazilian family and his flock and provide them by disco' *rry that aU peopleare They are true Christians,"
faithful to our Christian the Columbia Broadcasting' whole concept of democracy asked the Lord's blessing for with sleeping.space la tents sot Oraots. Father Rosner said "They

vocation so thtt we may be System network from 4:33: to Is distorted and the wheels of the nation's governors Bishops set up In Bombay and to buy And Father homer, countIng are kind and good and they
equally' faithful to the human I.00 pm. (EST). progress grind to a halt. and clergy medicine to be taken back nya paise, stood at a love I would rather be with
vocation" counter hoping he could afford them than anywhere else on
MCDONALD'SDRUG to buy tickets for the 210, earth."

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group aided Nine The Florida Catholic! Friday, Dee 18, 1961


[1jAt To Italy India

Parsis in India volunteered to



work for success of Congress Pope sends thanks for


By Robert Hardy Andrews ligioas community- la the pilgrimage courtesies

B03IBAY (NC-one) of the world's oldest smallest country t. embark m a program

I strangest and richest non-Christian religious minority ef charities for these VATICAN CITY (NC)-Pope Paul VI on Ms return

groups made perhaps the largest and certainly the most ef ether faiths. from the Eucharistic Congress In Bombay Bent messages I

dramatic contribution to behind-the-scenes logistics --f Notably the Persia give thanking Church and state officials In both India andlta.Jy
the 38th .
International
Eucharistic for the courtesies extended *
ed family fortunes. Concur. generously to Catholic causes. people and the "exquisite hospitailty" *
Congress. recall the the I him.
They Magi, to
rently have i with which he was
These they given Pars!
are the Persia followers wise men from the East, and
names-Tata 11a telegram to Premier treated.
Mody
,
Jeejeeb
of
Zoroaster common. remind
the that the
jy called hoy Id e h t a -to, factories stranger Aldo Moro he thanked the He had words of praise for
fire-worshippers first
streets, charitable institu. Magi were Zoroastrians government of Italy for "dtf.tr.ntl.a1 the police who "maintainedorder
whose colony comprises less whose for God
name was
tions, vast financial corpora. homage to our humble exceptionally well and
than 100,000 out of India's 430 Aburs Masda. Persia
are
tions They are said to con. person" and said it was showed evidence of a marvelous
million people 80.000 of these the closest
trol 40 among personal to the 'sentiments and also for
concentrated in per cent of all India's testimony discipline,
Bombay friends of Valerian CardinalGracias
capital of affection and exultation the president nd directors of
"Pars. Is Hindu for
"Pers. of Bombay, president
ian." Their forebears Their pride Is that there has which greeted and accompanied Air India.
fled of the
never been a Parsl beggar congress. our pilgrimage: of peace To the whole Indian peoplehe
Moslem
persecution in
pres. Traditionally a Parsi's wordis It was therefore natural in and love to the Eucharistic; assured his 'fervent pray
centuries ent-day Iran more than 15 his contract. Should he fall Bombay though it might Congress ." en and gave his blessing

ago to keep a bargain to the letter seem strange to Americans, t 'wv To Home's Mayor Amerigo
Since then they have
to themselves intermarrying kept for, him.the community keeps it Cardinal that the papal Agsgalnian.legate Gregory was the 1 arjlF.t. ,+ \, olic Petruccl Home 1 he has said that once "Cath more Shrine Mass

creating constantly augment- house guest of J.R.D. Tate given proof of 1U awarenessof H.\S1HGTONC( )-The
Refugees In a strange land head of the largest corpora- the exalted privilege of sixth 1 Christmas Midnight
they vowed to repay India tion in Asia which was found Mass since the church
Order of Golden Spur for himAt "being the center of Catholic upper
ORLANDOWINTER for sanctuary when they ed his born
by grandfather
a unity and has confirmed Its of the National Shrine of the

could, and were the first reBook Parsl priest.Jamahedji. the Indian President's home in give to a head of state The Indian fervent and generous adhesion Immaculate Conception here
PARK Tate deciding It to the See of Peter and was dedicated will be telecast *
Paul VI 10-volume( set
Bombay, Pope presented President leader gave the Pope a
time for India's to
was people on the nationwide net
Its universal' solicitude for a
translatedROME Sarvepalll Radhaknshnan left. of his writings. lie was a philosopher
manufacture goods from their greater diffusion of the divine work of tho American Broad
wtiKwZN NiiiSblZBtiNtiltiy (NC) A Belgian country's products, founded a with the Order of the Golden Spur the before taking public office. evangelical messsge." casting Company Bishop Fulton .

missionary Priest's systematic textile mill which be called highest award a Sovereign Pontiff can Other telegrams of thanks J. Sheen, national director
Fall story of his three years of "Swadeshi." meaning "Do it went to Clemente Cardinal of the Society for the

brainwashing while in a com )'ouneU." The ruling British Vote issue Micas the 1'0rt'lear general Propagation of the Faith will
Fas tort munist prison a decade ago put him In jail for upsetting on Indian lauds (for Home and to diplomatic offer the Mass and preachthe
has been published in Italian the status quo. But pressures NEWARK (SC) The S C- press and government officials .\ sermon,

; after becoming a bestseller against Klphngesque dominion \ and Vatican Council's dec and the directors and

In much of Europe. over palm and pine were luation on religious liberty Holy Father's trip staff of Alitalia Airlines and
'The Enthusiastic Suicide* already strengthening. Tata probably win be one of the Italian Radio and Television
In Mao Tse-tung's Prisons," had to be released first matters discussed at the The Pope also sent telegrams ORLANDO
,by by Father Dries Van Coillle Ills factory grew The Tau fourth session Newark's ROM ANCThe( Indian press has seised upon to the President and
CICM. was first published family brought water to Bombay Archbishop Thomas A. Bo- the return of Pope Paul VI to Rome to shower tribute Prime Minister of India to WINTER PARKwwwwwwwwwwwwwwewww

in Dutch three years ago. developed coal and Iron land, who preside over the on him. Valerian Cardinal Oraclas of -.--- -

lp Since then it has been trans. mines established newspapers weekly meetings of the American A commentator In the Indian Express a secular dally Bombay and other Indian government .

lated and published in German built hotels, founded Air. hierarchy in Rome, said published' in six cities, said that the Pope's "conquest"of and church officials
Chinese. French Portuguese India International here
.i rttf Danish SerboCroatand Other Pant families have Archbishop Boland In aa the Indian mind" was stressed his deep and abiding He thanked them far making lice
a Swedish. The German similar histories Their homes Interview said he expectedthe "quick and complete. Interest In the peoples and iwiilhle Ills "memerable

edition alone has sold over are palaces, art museums, draft would be brought to The moment when the !Pope philosophies of this ancient pilgrimage > unforgettably.
100,000 copies. centers of culture But aboveall a vote early In the session folded his hands in the Hindu land. the paper said. pleasing and spiritually fruit

they give to the poor. even though two-thirds of the style of "namaste" on his ar An editorial' la The Indian ful."

w Css/lee. PM Co...'.ILEWIS.COI From the moment ef decision proposed schemas await final rival"dramatic at Bombay and historic airport,"was the Express said the spectacular In the message to Cardinal

$ that the Eucharistic: action. said It said that with welcome accented, to Pope Oracles he spoke of the "in
EXTERM1NATINC CO. Congress would be held la The weekly meetings have paper that Paul was due partly to the credible! enthusiasm and moving .
Pope
Bombay Pants telualeeredte been helpful in organizing actions simple gesture activities of "the handful of t sincerity" ef the Indian 11
lMrt* M4 has Paul "swtpt the notion
away
UN ...... ......... ... S14S ""Id. financial and per by the United States large sections of Catty denlgrstors of the Church of
...... Boland among CKeete. (from
...-1/H tonal assistance.At Bishops, Archbishop St Peter They unwittingly new
elks and other Christians la
said In Illustration he do created and developed Interest eyr cewpMe wlece(! < el
India that the salute MCSOCS
only WALT II
tailed that various views
congress headquarters In" the visit to a remarkable
I one la three of the busy la. would be presented at the Is the proper" way of reeling degree ?" the editorial Clethltr Te flea CHRISTMASCARDS
dies who were selling tickets, meeting and 'Bishops who let them. pointed out.Another The fUel U Mtrt WMI

arranging accommodations backed a certain viewpoint "Mere slgalfkeet still wit newspaper, The floe OIUNOH AV"

solving problems for clergy could then endorse the one the Pepe's use ef the 'Jal Hindu\ of Madras! the moil Influential Aer.. frees at. Jones
and religious from everywhere who would be spokesman at Iliad1 slogan M all ftrtt fish Hlnduortented dally r ....o..r. ..her

are Pars! the council sessions" t. the epe.,alt cathedral at of South India, declared In aaeditorial r H..beiwI.Wter ,'

the Oval (the ck>f meeting that 'if the Pope FAIRVIEW Of\-o.II1M",
.
place ef the ItUi lateraatleaaltlMaarlatte chose to visit India It was N Sotet- .hu'henN
CocgMts). partly! to underline the (actthai C1..ntra 1&& laundry AntiUncue.ouch t
... Nee ..
it Is / for countrieswith Iw ar < -N.pIt..1
JANSSENPIANOS The moat noteworthy ... possible b.....esie fade a.. I.- Gr.I..1141.. /."
*,v poet of the episode Is thai the a large non Christian .... I. a.4HI wow -&,. ,/.,.
population' to accord their m.itorsti.e 114,......
.
fne BRIQHTKT fathering was mainly' a religious 0..1 v Or.1Id...wOcis
and '"
full civil religious
new STARS Mmricf T7MfIle one and no initial trlb 4.uhI1ree "
eHts.rvt et/aide., Ne I COME IN AND LET ute la the host country was liberty '..etbNr, -O.fl'h1 1 1r

to* all I US SHOW YOU WHY esaential since the Pope had -Oe *.r eWe" the editorial Herman J. H.ldich L."...Bo)_l.?l.. U r,al
SMik l kKSti-rf aoKy.Ieppa YOU CANT BEAT OUR already la many messages said "we way see U bins, slender Spe ,eJ ',.eI'd Ne.ghborN
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Ten Tile Florida( Catholic, Friday, Dec. 18, 1964



laity welcomes new form of Mass

-


(C*.II...4 ,... .... It cards for circulation
man assisting him in instructing long at last; that they feel la the
music: at the other three the lay commentators nearer to the Priest and more entire country has been a

Masses That It about general has eight or nine men pleased intimately connected with major one la regard to the

(for the whole deanery. with the work and the Priestis what happens on the altar. new liturgy, one can well

Some permanent altar arrangements gratified at the results The presumption is that the Imagine.

are in the mak Said Monsignor Elslander: Catholic congregations are intelligent As in this Diocese so in the

ing In a few parishes. Altarsin All of the Priests of the people and will fol. nation, warm approval
low the Mass with the Priest seems
three four area have been .
or
parish using temporary to have met the English in
churches in North Florida altars. We have a nice without grave difficulty. In the Mass. Where there
have been changed around to looking temporary altar at some places it will take more reservations they are show are

face the people. The wooden St. Martha's, smaller than time for the people to get ing up according to the
altars in those places lent the main altar In order not to used to the new Mass. NCWC News Service's ran.
themselves to making the hide It. But Monsignor Mullins already dom nationwide
has found that look survey of reaction -
a
change easily. The Priests We should from him while he is celebrating
have turned them around and this change, he said. We are English in Mass, in such
Mass facing the congregation
are celebrating all their I
keeping our tabernacle whereit views as these:
Masses facing the people inthose was and now offering Mass la all most of the A few persons wanted thedon't
people need to kneel to
instances. right in front of the Blessed entire Mass in English because .
stand to sit at the
The Offertory procession Sacrament. time or proper the on-again off-again Priests in Orlando at Mass for Bishop Barry .
has been held in a very mod. Another parish In the deanery English-Latin was said to be

ified form Monsignor Nolan has moved the original "la my ares" said the difficult to follow' During the Mass which precededthe seph P. Hurley presided in the lander, Monsignor William Barry
indicated. It consists altar forward and Is using It West Coast dean, "the people Some were critical of the conference
usuallyof of diocesan Priests those PA. Monaignor Patrick
sanctuary. Among presentwere J. Dono.
that way at the same time havs reacted to the changes hymns chosen.Bu.lnessmen.
ushers processions and altar made up of following Chancery regulations very welL"Priests called the use Tuesday in Orlando, students of in the first pew, from left. hoe; second pew Monsignor Patrick *
boys. The
altar boys go down the aislea in regard to securingthe of English "excellent but Bishop Moore High School filled Monsignor John P. Burns) who J, Trainor Father Terence J,
short distance and the tabernacle for the Sacred and people both are admitted difficulty in getting the far side of St. Charles Churchat gave the eulogy, Monsignor JohnP. Farrelly and Monsignor Charles A.

ushers accompany them with Host to a permanent altar word very happy about it. The away from past habits at the Pontifical Requiem for Bishop McNulty V.G., Monaignor JohnF. Bartok.
in
from Christ the
the offerings of the faithful. which is not the altar of Sacrifice King came parish Tampa and Mass. Patrick Barry. Archbishop JoVagnozzi Scully: Monsignor C. L. Ela-
Generally speaking, all rec.
Despite the fact that the In order from the other distinguished
use to Introduce to his ognize that we are in a pe
of the lay commentators .is people the custom of singing clergy in Greater St. Petersburg rind of transition. Adjustments On ConsecrationHARTFORD Clergy study
not too popular an Innovation hymns In the new liturgy, : magnificent wonderful.In will have to be made. Bishop Unterkoefler namedto
the North Florida par. Monsignor Klslander: Invites regard to responses (NC-Bishop-)
iihes generally have Instituted the school children trained whether in English or in The great Impact of the designate Joseph F. Donnellywill three decreesof

the custom at the Mass by the Sisters to sing at a Latin during the weekdays Mass In English will reduce, Charleston See be consecrated as titular
in everything is fine. On :it Is felt, the grumblings that
English facing the people. different parish Mass on succeeding Bishop of Nabala to serve as Council
Sundays since the Sundays-especially at the there are distractions, as people WASHINGTON (NC-Pope Paul VI haa named Blah- auxiliary Bishop of Hartfordon
Everyone in that deanery Masses where there are apreponderance become more accustomed Is giving Holy Communion to new liturgy began. They sing op Ernest L. Unterkoefler to be Biahop of Charleston. January 28 in St. Joseph'scathedral all ages- her da-to--day
of what one to the practice.
the hymns and the Proses.sion To the present time Bishop Unterkoefler haa been Auxiliary here Archbishop
the people kneeling at the Priest termed indifferent preaching of the Gospel of
altar rails, as before takes place at the Masses Catholics "you have to be They see what Pope John to Bishop John J. Russell of Richmond.The Henry J. O'Brien of Hartford Christ; her constant remind
they attend. will be the consecrator
,, with
there and really lead them to XXIII meant when he appointment was announced here by Archbishop ers, in pulpit confessions and
_
\\e Vincent
Priests who have been offering can't have music now "opened the windows." Bishop J. lines of
They home that life 1s
a
get some action from them. 1'g1C110 apostolic prepara
Mass the at all of the Masses." he Norwich and auxiliary Bishop
facing peopleall : will see to it that the "walls America here. lie was ordained tion for eternity and that our
the time said. "I have Early: Masses are no trouble delegate in the United John F. Hackett of Hartford .
since the first eight !Manes Said fall down," for the general for the Richmond diocese first duty is to worship God.
Sunday In Advent Monsignor now and am adding another Monsignor Mullins: States. as co-consecrators. Monsignor
reaction of at the
enthusiasmhas
university on to avoid sin, and to show Justice
Nolan said, are getting to like so I can't have hymns at all "At my 6.30:: Masses, you brought new seriousnessof Bishop Unterkoefler succeeds May 18, 1944 by Bishop John George G. Higgins director and charity to all men"
don't need
it more and more all the time. of them But the music: is even a commentator attentloa from masses of to a see left vacant by M. McNamara. social action depart. Officers of the Mass with
7.30: either. But then
;
coming nicely. the transfer of ment. National Catholic Wel
later do." people who did not participate Bishop Francis Monsignor Mullally as celebrant
on, you before. F. Reh to the office of rector Following ordination he fare Conference will preach
SouthwestYoung "So far were Father Joseph
we are getting One took
pastor a wryly pent three years at the Cath the sermon.
of the North American
along well. I think we are dim view of the enthusiasmof elk University In the studyof A. Barry, deacon; Father
people are taking going to have to take a little his parishioners extending Prelate dies College in Rome. canon law. Patrick Malone subdeacon;
the new ritual very graciously time until more people become to their appropriation for future Born In Philadelphia on Jacksonville and Father John X. Linne-
Aug 17 1917 Bishop Unter On December 13 1961 han Father Bernard F Ditt-
and ,
eagerly according to adjusted. personal use of new response GUATEMALA CITY (NC) (
Monslgnor C. L. Elslander literature which h* -Archbishop Mariano Ros- beefier attended St. Bonaven- Archbishop Vagnozil i announced family givesFr. man and Father John Bluett
V.F., pastor of St. Martha The mood Is good. One parishioner had meant for them to leavein sell y Arellano of Guatemala ture Elementary School and that Pope John masters of ceremonies.
who had said "I Roman Catholic High Schoolin XXIII had named Father Un Chaplains to the
Church in Sarasota. The older the church pews for com has died here at the of Williams Archbishopwere
people' on the other hand are felt so bad" contemplating the mon use from Sunday to Sun. ?0. Archbishop Mario age Casar- that city, and took his col. terkoefler as titular Bishop of Father John Rodgers

having difficulty in tome Instances change, now says; "I think lego, who has been acting ai kg and seminary training at LatopoLs and auxiliary to (C*.tira4 trim *>.. 1) and Father Thomas Burke.Mon.l&nor .
i It'l
adjusting themselvesto wonderfuL"West day.Another felt that the card his coadjutor, succeeds himas the Catholic University of Bishop Russell. the largest group he had Harold F. Jor

It, he observed coast h* had ordered was a con head of the archdiocese ever ordained, and the first dan directed th Priests'

The Southwest Coast dean tributory factor to weaknessin Pope Paul urges broader time he had presided at an choir which sang the Propers.
went participation. It did not Archbishop Roue, who ordination In St. Peter's. The Bishop Moor High I
on: Conversation .
with Monsignor had }just participated at The School students the
print when to stand kneel or the newly ordained Priests sang
In the dally attendance at John J, Mulllns VF., sit. But of course, that Is the Vatican Council's session, concept of universality from cities all over the Unit Common of the Mass.
Mass, people are responding pastor of St. Paul parish in role of the commentator and was a native of Guatemalaand Women of St. Charles par

remarkably well St.first Petersburg two furnished the his business to remind the ordained in 1918 and appointed *li.*J ,... 51. I) of the Church's visible markof fiI Ish served the noonday mealto
paragraphs of this
archbishop in 1939. the Priests who gathered
cording to the character of
of the
congregation appropriate which "indi
"So I feel that time la nee. roundup of comment from universality,
posture lie was a vigorous opponentof each so long as the clvlllxa- from aQ over the Diocese: for
before all become the deaneries. It In his rates the ever expandable ".
essary we was pro-communist: Father the conference.
Monsignor Mulllns his regimes tion la truly human and
accustomed to the new lit. parish that the aforementioned put In 1959 terrorists chase nut multiplicity of human forms J
finger on one of the present open. which can become part of the Michael 8.
Monsignor Klilander spot poll was taken
urgy
problems. An order of 2000 residence along with the Another Impression the
said. "In the course of time, and it was he who told the cards has not been filled. American embassy and an Pope gained from hit India Christ unique Mystical Body of Williams

our people will begin to likeit Commission spokesman that electrical plant as the targetsfor trip, he said, was the "com-
better than before, when the people feel that they b- The priming ef t th* responseEnthronement bombs. plex and fruitful significance" "We are quick te say that 1
Mass was entirely in Latin ---- all
men are called t* salvation .
and In which they did not par and that the Church has eel States art on the last leg

ticlpate at actively as they an unlimited capacity to receive of a four-year course in theol 1

now do." all of mankind within ogy at Rome's Pontifical MAKE

Monsignor Elslander hat Its lwuse.N Gregorian University.
lined up eight men of SL Mar It is traditional in Rome EVERY DAY
tha'i parish for commenta Pope Paul continued: "And that seminarians are ordained

tors. They are all willing to because universality a correlative midway in their final year of A HOLIDAY. .


take the course, but Monsignor of unity defined theology instead of at its conclusion
Elslander wants them I4 clearly and unmistakably by as in the United
instructed first So he has 'IS :' St. Paul when he says 'one States.
M A Lord, one Faith one Baptism.one .
been having his assistants, Father Williams
first grad-
y ,'k,. God and Father of all'IEph
both of whom the PIocetan .
are on tale *f Bishop Kenny Hlch.
( 4, 61 t we are easily
Commission rA
Liturgical School t. become dl
a cesa
to be commentators up i lia led to believe that the extension Print Is the son .f Mr. aad
ry l thy } of unity to mankind in
to now. Mrs. John B. Williams
; the
practical order of reality
Lay commentators in some r& Is not only universality but lie was born la Jacksonville
of the parishes In his deaneryare s, f
uniformity."In and Is a life member of
said.coming along nicely, h, t fact, merely consider Assumption parish.

big that peoples with dJfer The new Priest attended 0.
Monsignor George W, Cum. ent cultures, languages, customs Assumption school from IMS3 -
mlngs has told him how well and nationalities art & and was graduated from

the new liturgy li going in called to constitute 'one Body Kenny In May of 1967. His

".nk.. and ODe Spirit in one .seminary work has been doneat
Another Priest In the> deanery hop*' (Fph. 4, 3)) at first astonishes St Thomas in Bloomfteld.

who has a qualified lay { as Then it leadsus Connecticut' ; St Bernard InRochester.

".-.-"........... to the discovery of innumerable New York; and
-- problems, most dell- at the North American College

Mass facing peopleFather cat and difficult from whichwe In Rom while! pursuing

1= progress to the reflectionthat studies at the Gregorian University .
William J, Holme offer Haas facing all that multiplicity mutt He will complete !his t*. tt>* wonderd sd1ec

1_'"1 ,.-.. Mi.er. the peopk' In St. Thomaa Aquinas Church at St. be recognized' respected and theology course In June toss ef modorw e>xemsjift

I .w.14._... Ie rew'H ...,.s..a,...... Cloud. Since the new liturgy "went Into effect Indeed" promoted and \'tv"fi.d Missioner killedBONN *- for horn, tie,

n.. ,...\ )' rd aatst this Advent laymen have been commentator' In the Pontiff said .rpf oo.f ae-. rev

HeaKngl.s a4. Mafl; the St. Cloud church. Above, Douglaa Ford fills ".. Mkr4.., we' wed |O-Tb German tlrrot Re .......

this role at the microphone have a ..,* adequate. r*.- Cathode newt agrary has reported rorvuutHuron ru
that Brother 3arnhardSanes
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of
LttU
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