The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 25, 1964
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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a Kenny graduate pays visit,

Catholic following Rome ordination

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JACKSO "\"IU.FBishop Kenny High School here

give warm welcome to Father Michael S. Williams last
'"or.. XXVL No. 8 Orlando, Florida Friday December :.5, 1964 101ilr Friday. He Is the school's) fipt graduate to be ordained

a Priest for the Diocese of St.Augustine. He was passing
aJMfhMlJAM1fMfwMVt \>!PY MR\Ra''q; Kti k aN.'7S,' h ,, through Jacksonville on the way from Rome to Merritt

Pontiff Island to visit his hospltalfccd father, John B. Williams. :

His mother, Mrs. Williams of this city, and grandmother,
Mrs. Domenica Salvador of St Augustine, were joined bya

_-. blesses group of relatives, friends and members of Kenny faculty _
at a Mass in Bishop Kenny convent chapel celebrated wr _
by the newly ordained Father .
and relatives 110 had arrivedin
PriestsVATICAN the Eternal, City.
Archbishop Joseph P Hur
tty and the rector at the)' Father Williams knew that
CITYC( )- North American College arranged .t his parents' were not coming
In audience for for Father Williams, but he was happy to welcomean
a private
uncle and family, Mr. and
62 newly ordained American to visit hit parents Mrs. John R Salvador and '

Priests, Pope Paul VI Mr Williams, an account son. John Jr., who traveled i ir
urged them to be "worthy ant with the Corps of Army'' from St. Augustine to be with 1 M ,, y
ministers and stewards" Engineers, suffered a coronary him The young Priest said
and to let their "lives shine attack at his residencetwo later that It Is very nice and
as beacons for all men to weeks ago in Merritt Island certainty] most appropriatefor
just prior to his planned ont's parents to be presentat
follow departure for Roma to attend the ordination because it is
Ordained two days before In the ordination in St Peter's
a day of triumph for them as
St Peter's basilica the young Basilica her
Abandoning well as for all who have a
Priests from aU parts of the plans to travel to Italy, Mrs. han In leading a man to the
United States are In the final Williams remained In the Co. Priesthood.
year of a four.year course of rot Beach area' where her
study at the Pontifical Gregorian husband is retting comfort* However the uppermost
University and live at ably as a patient at the Wueie thought In his mind that day vi
the North American College hoff Hospital [ was that he had gone to Rometo
They .were Joined at the audience become a Priest:
by parents, relativesand Their Prleet... personally "That I lit h. essential
friends who had come to brought His Nesting te then thing, We become Priests to
Rome for the ordinations and this past weekend. return to lent the people of :
first Masses celebrated in The day that he was or the diocese; that is .why the r T1
various Roman churches the dained in Rome, December Archbishop has sent us to our
//t4t\\\\; day before. M 16, the new Priests were ,t". studies** n
,, For long years,dear sons, en a two-hour recess from After the family greetingsat
the told the Priests in e
,3 Pope their retreat to greet parents the North American Col
ti' r4
t 1 English, "you have been preparing lege, the onlmarxll returnedto
yourselves! for the ministry their retreat silence until
of the Word and today Pope exhorts time for their ordination at
you are truly stewards the the hands of Bishop Francis
Gospel The modern world Itch the former Bithop of
hurls its challenge at you, Congolese to Charleston .who became rector -
: and to It you must proclaimthe of the College in Rome
# Christ Gospel I, the word of have courage last September

Father! ttUUamt .
was r*
"Ghe j rwbfi te year \ATICAV CITY Priesthood rtmplelely brcaateyt Tope Paul VI has sent a letter (lair.
V hate wlthta yenrtetves to the Ulthop of the. Congo Investing the Diocese's newest yoke U sweet and Ills burden light"
the. to sanctify all urging them and the Congolese The U Priests of the North
Priest, Father Michael R Wllllama" of The North American College rector, I
things We gratlale people to courage and American College class filled
Jacksonville, Bishop Francis nth above left, ordained 63 Priests of his
1 and .
yea and we welcome yea late charity la the face .f f hatred the sanctuary were surrounded "
::4 Ibis most fUrtous sad graadministry. and destruction. He said he en three sides by relatives (prays "Aeclp Jugum Domini ? college on December 16 In Rt Peter's
a ." prays in unison with. the sorrowing and friends who_were Take the yoke' of the laird for lilt lUalUca Vatican CUy .
4 families of men W-K.imea ,f guests at the eraioatk ......
Te the! parents he said: and MldrA who died 11'1,. Baueen the ,1G&lJIt..lcoaa lives there. At' the ease uik*. Archbishop ta JJve:.Cardinal, den pastor ef Assumption ,
"You have given your" sons the brutal Congo massacres. fit Peter's Square and the the member ., the entire Patriarch' ef Aatbcd J ,' perish ta JackjonvUie. home
to the Church, and for all male altar were the galleries class. assembled/ en the slepe Relatives bt Ita&r. ,,on both parltfe ef tM new .dioceses
time you will share ta their VtrWag (. Latin r.,. r..l l whli'h have been used by the of the Altar of the Chair and lid, *. .ef the family: attended 'J'rleit' was usable' to attend
work Pray that they may said ae thinks especially, ., Council Fathers for .the ordination ,
seating simultaneously gave a general the Mass. effervd by raihr as planned in
reap a rich harvest for the the Priests, rellgtoaa" Breta- during the Second Va'lcsn blessing to those present Williams. Joha Salvador Jr, his place, rather Ambrose
Church and that their ers cod .... wke. "fey tnr.
example Council !BOW .la recess' served as the alls." boy And DePaoll of Miami who It Id
may attract mea .. all lag eat their bi4 declared. The Mal day, lather MIL'
q the service of
As nuhop. Itch the nw Priest. route diplomatic the
f: U. v Mama offered kit. fine Mats
their fore
nations to the of fit Christ and the
way the Mass la Latin aPriest 'la, Vlttorte. Caraffa, made his Vatican served as assistant
Lord. In this you will find agtlese people." at I:M a.at, at the berth .! ,
for Father Williams at
stationed at a side microphone First Holy Ceiwmunton. The
1T1 your happiness and your con He sipressed the. hope that eiptalned I In English St.tkeee.AIC'.r Ike Paa- bliss was .in Latin at the main. the ordination. Father 1).*
t ; solation. their sacrifice would consoU- what the Bishop was readingand altar ., the barn. 'tWIt".ad Paoli! Florida Prieit. assigned
""'. know what sacrifices dale the work of missionaries sometimes read the entire lading e.. the creation' those present halt clue. .. the Vatican Somtarlale' efStale
yea kate made fer this slay, who have done good la the. test translation for the was a friend. Archbishop Igaatiui .. the cetehrant U M alumnus ef the
and we thick yea from our POI'K, heck page benefit of parents and rtla-. MaaMwrsli ausillary' Monsignor HaroU f Jar kWllor KF.+s%YG heck aefe
.heart fat the gift yea hate
glen ..."

nvis JaquJrlJ.bout the hometown
of each new Priest the
Pope gave them, their families
aDd dioceses a special
congratulation and blesilng.

pus; Pope's Christmas r PrC'

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Jut as be did: last Christmas
bis first as Pontiff' Pope
r'lII1 wilt celebrate one of
his Christmas Mattes tMi
Peace year ia a working-dais\ parisa. .
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wfta the rastMnary m4
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1J 1W IL JLI Chapel wita repre** tativesif
all%1 sattofts having 4pr-'
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Nations joined in brotherhood V

I called remedy for world strife v //I ( .

VATICAN anCPope: Pad \1 ioU the world s aM ag sad. w d.rtIr dual. 1 '
at OLristiBM time that It ahoold avoid aft dMskms that fag,"

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The Florida, Catholic Friday Dec. 25, 1964 St. Petersburg

4 rMM Holy Name Banner

.Florida Reports I In behalf m of our spiritual Edouard C. Craig-

moderator Monsignor Harold and Dtsfributerfer
F. Jordan, and all the officers Jasis X. Ceftkecter

Lakeland' Star e of the Diocesan Union Iwiih 14A.aff.Dioceses.
you and your a most Yuan Metal? Ceramic"
Resurrection St. Edward r holy and Joyous Christmas and and Mosaic THes

Father Thomas J, Burns St. Edward Altar Society may the Christ Child bring President tl7-t4th St. S.. 347-4101
invited all the women of the held 1U annual Christmas :kT': you every blessing in the New
parish to join the newly or Year. It 1* also my earnest ..HX -
in the ball re
party aU of will brine
ganlzed Women's Guild which hope that us
was: formed to care for the Gently and members of the greater dedication to our ..--.. -.- ALPINE

altar and other church projects St. William Altar Society Pledge so that w. may crow society at Mass and the meet. The *1 new Nursing Horn
and necessities. Keystone Heights and St. in graco and live every blot log following on December for the finest in Nun'n9

Due to the large response, Mary Altar Society, MacClen- 1965 hi union with Him 13. It was a homecoming for Home Cire.
these women were named to ney, were invited as guests. who gave UIhi greatest me since that was ray first 167-6573
compose various committees; Christmas carol were sung Christmas glfe JUmsell.Niaet parish hi Orlando (as it was 3456 2ht Ave. South

altar committee-Mrs. John around the specially erected a, allUDdndancl. xty for many thousands) and the
Fenn and Mrs Margaret Nativity scene and Christmastree. .... .. j. four years ago there was BO parish from: which 1 first was
Brown chairmen; Mrs. William Gift were exchanged room la the inn because so elected to a Diocesu Union DANIEL T. WINTER I CO.
Crane, Mrs. James and a framed address was At day of recollection many people of means were elfin in 1X1 u Central Dean .
Doyle, Mrs. Paul Downing, presented to Father Thomas concerned only with their ery president Hospll+I ScItooI BOMS
Mrs. Alan Hart Mrs. Harold la of his Patrick M. material comforts.At 40J FLirWaiheaf i lid,.
F. Kelly appreciation Sixty-five women attended a day women met with Father St. Jane eeatiues te aft
McNeal Miss Judith Marie work and interest in the sodeUe. of recollection recently at Blessed Sa. Madden for conference, group prayers the tame time shepherds M active a4 i-upirtag society St. Potorablsr9
Ho well, Mrs. C. Raymond
Roberts, Mrs. John Stanton, .. crament Church in Tallabajuee. The and spiritual meditation. and wise men were awaiting wader the eUrectiea ef haM $U.031 f
Mrs. Thomas Williams Mrs. Th. children of St. Edward the news ef the Saviour's ternIng. Father Terrace J. Familywho
Arthur Mrs. William, L. parish and neighboring missions Beach has aIM bee 4eaaeryiflrilul
Coe. Daytona Coming events
presented a Christmas e-lrecUr since ISS. Holy Name Church
Jackson Mrs. Robert M Pa.
For 1964 yean the
prockl, Mrs. Richard Me cantata In the parish hall on St Paul ".1. column ll/rti future b....'11.. ....-... _...11I.. cad ...M.f has not changed much. members
December 13. Under the dIrection ,... ... very Three of their
Laughlin St. Paul's Women' Club mur. I***! tutor Advanc* arts l rn.lae) mUM JACKSON'SSHOES
and Mrs. Edward A. of Sister LJgourl, held its Christmas party re VUI ... milt**. For the past few week we have been Diocesan Union

Taylor.Hospitality Mrs. Frank Sister Mary of the Sacred really in the cafetorlum following Holiday festival ball, December St. Martin de Porres Guild, have seen the misguided making presidents and the most re
Heart and Miss Peggy Dick the most of the Christmas cent Frank Oleato. led the
Sheridan chairman; M T.. the December business 26, starting at Y p.m., sponsor. market, the rounds of parties mea In singing lWy God". DON BARDEUA
man, church organist.The .
Thomas R. Tucker, Mrs meeting, at which time reports K of C hall, 1509 Hendricks New Years party parish and bacchanalian feasts, Frank 1 another of those who
Harry Halden HI, Mrs. Ml- program included: Be. were given on the re. Avenue Jacksonville St. hall of St. Peter's, DeLand, the mad pursuit of pleasure.But Is always* "ready and wining"la : (,4aaager
chael Altenberger member hold a Virgin Bearing Him, cent rummage sale and the Monica Circle of Blessed Trinity St. Monica Circle, sponsor
; had the wise
we all Catholic activities and 441 Ceairel Ave, Kt-13ENT .
ship.-Mrs. James Campbell, 0 Little Town of Bethlehem, bazaar Church, sponsor. New Year's Eve dance, December ones, the meek and pure of parish work.
chairman; constitution and Away in a Manger, Angel Miss Gabriella Werner, Holiday dance, December 31, 9 p,m, to 2 a.m., heart, using advent to
by laws-Mrs. Donovan Dean We Have Heard on High, The Junior Choir director was In 29, t p.m. to midnight, Elks buffet dinner dancing, ticketsare for the coming of Christ prepare into Louis A. CrKfing. president A CAR
chairman; Mrs. Paul Downing First Noel, Carol of the charge of entertainment and Club, DeLand, St. Therese 17.50 per couple, contact their souls. of the downtown Orlando par
Mrs. James Campbell. Shepherds, We Three Kings, presented the seventh and Circle of St. Peter parish Mrs. Jacques Jacobs,, Sacred lab HNS, and his gracious
Jay to the World, 0 Cone eighth grades of St. Paul sponsor. Heart Guild Jacksonville And for 1964 years the wife Marguerite prepared the VASE
Little Children, O Come All School in a program of Christ. Card party, December 30, world has sought peace without coffee and cake which was rouR GAS nloaGLOBE
St. Petersburg Ye Faithful and Silent Night. mat songs, accompanyingthem 1 p.m., Catholic: Daughters of ever finding it for very. served by two of their call-
A Christmas party followed on the piano. There America Hall, St. Petersburg, Vacations long because it has not followed drea. Beth and Bob are Bishop
suasaa sstww for the children and a social was also group singing of Christ for very long. All Moore, High School students
hour for the parents and Christmas carols and a solo DUBUQUE lewa (NC) too many refuse to heed or and floe examples of the ,
guests. "Silent Night" by Mrs. A. A. St. Petersburg It's summer now down South misinterpret the message of thousands of youths who live

Jol uUall). CPA American way so 17 women the angel and heavenly host: good Christian lives and area ,
LargoSt. Miss Hetene Blats enter. Immaculate Conception students from Colombia are "On earth peace among men tribute to the moral training 'a IEASIS

&tJP Patrick tamed with a Spanish dance, parish will be aided by the spending their summer vacation of good will.- The good willis of their parents, their ... 004 ail 0 N2.3173s034i
accompanied by her mother regular card party to be heldon studying at Clarke College a requisite to peace of any parish and their! school. stun sow
Members of the Mothers' Mrs. Jeanne Blals. December 30 in the Catholic here. They live with kind.

Club held a Christmas party Following an exchange of Daughters hall in St. Petersburg Dubuque families, and do so. U we Holy Name mea had I saw many familiar faces r"lltO ADVERTISERSWHO l
on December 17 in the parish gift, Christmas cookies, fruitcake at 1 p.m. The St. clal work with Clarke students any trestle ef the steed for geiag back tea year or mere, THESE '
hall. Music was played on the and coffee were served Martin de Porres Guild sponsors who are volunteers for active the and aa equal lumber ef ...w.tr 6U FORT
aa lay apestolatc.
BOWEN'S FUEL organ by Douglas Sager by the committee in charge. this benefit various local organizations.Floridian eeUbratioM ef Christmas hit familiar faces die totheir YOUR CATHOLIC PAPER

B6224SOWILSHAR There were carol by the -..,. --- ..._ ". _-r-o-- ._ -- .",....... should certainly give as the aM part all in Catholic school. activities.I eharnable -.
pariah choral group and Don
.rsutretserelrlututwr+wVva aid Machem led the mother answer Mt T Cbristl>1 t
a warm glow of pride
sau sasew.s.. present in group singing. The For another good answer, and joy in being with them,
story of the Nativity was read observe the world during lent and I have had the same feelIng
from St. Luke' Gospel by a a and particularly Holy Week -
t. at every Holy Name meeting
student in the parish school, r. V. la fact, observe the world 4
'+tt t rally and convention. We
Melanie Wahrhelt. every day and particularly have in our Society the best
Earlier, "St. Nicholas" in y4I on Sunday.
J:. of Catholic mea and you are
episcopal robes paid his an A* we enter into a new doing great things for the FIRST GULF
nual visit to the St. Patrick year, I hope you officers honor and glory of God. With lEACH BANK
... School on December 7, Thl 4 0 ..fIt won't mind a reminder that His Grace may your num. J. Lt. Ward, 'NIicM"t
Is the fifth December he hat '!":4 w' ytx p I1/4 :. resolution for your societies ben grow aid your work 75th Av*<*e A Gulf Blvd.
STUDIO come lie walks from room to tF are most' important. We must multiply. ST. PETERSBURG (EACHsiautnetrsware

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Beach were rt-uuH with their ter Mary Paul visited her parent in the Diocesan Union for -*e Our Wow Members
Aeftai Of PUelM
FiBc1i Cewr daughter Slater Mary Paul who I* at Florida M part of her nation-wide 196546. A dedicated, industrious e4 ST. JUOrS CHURCH
with Slater and devout member of
traveling Raphael canvass
Calvary Cemetery 7S FWki W.
Our Lady of Lourdes society, POSNO r North
in4eve. en Indian Rods Beach Sarasota Floyd U see of the many, 1/2 BWlCo l4. tl1.i

tit. .JerotiM Queen of Martyrs* many Holy Name men who C.l Anytime J47.lie| rV.l Ave. .* had.neatvaw

u. S. l If .t lltfi St. Ne. PVena I2M13IOfftea Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Wattsof Plans are underway for a are an inspiration U every
and joy to know s
country fair in Our Lady one a
Oven M f-M. ass a4. fU MON SaJ.Ttasale SL Jerome parish saw their Queen of Martyrs parish. Fa It was my privilege and -
daughter. Sister Mary Haul, Nor Joseph P. Moran. announces pleasurer to be a guest of St
for the first time in five years that the event win James, Orlando Holy NameSubscribe ; Merry Christmas
when aM returned to the
take pUce ea the weekend .", \\'UUlt unu .
United State SlaterMary
recently. alter Easter, April SS. 24. and ;J and
Paul as the only Call
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Thre The Florida Catholic, Friday, Dee. 23, 1961
Catholics in Vietnam forced to

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flee from communist persecutors

Priest tells how school a
By Father Patrkk O'Connor the Oxford Famine Relief organization

SAIGON (NC) Twelve hundred Catholic refugees ,. has helped save lessons fostered faith
have come to Saigon from the QuI Nhon area In Blnh the refugees so far from acute
I Dinh province In central hunger.
Vietnam and 11,000
more may Is a widespread
follow them. Bishop Dominique Boar= THERE that conversion FW :
n.refugees.. lived In village) where since Jut Au. van Dean O.P., ef Qnlahea a :; l ;lI Is peculiarly the experience H Il-l
rust the communist Viet- Is very reluctant .. see these
cong have taken control. by Dr. Le khae Quyen. deanof thousands ef Catholic leave ": of adults and that children Father f
The the Hue University medical Us diocese. He feels It sheeld 'I" are too immature to John A.
process began after the
overthrow of the Ngo ding faculty political organizer Inside be made possible for tome 1 > undergo this experience. The I
Diem the university and a close at least ef them te remain. tj<,,: fact Is however that children O'Brienmother
government In November associate of Buddhist ,, i!!!,. I ,.tf
1963. Bands operating: in The "Catholic struggle ;;, : ; who have attained the
bonze Thich tri Quang.As J:
the name of Buddhism and committee" headed by Father "t' ;) ;'" ;": age of reason can understandthe

believed to be under com cemmnnlst elements displaced Paul bang Quynh organized I'd lilt truth of the Catholic religion
munist leadership attacked antl-commulsU ia the movement of the 1200 finally told me ta
Catholics and claimed author. the linages, what lad 1 te. refugees to Saigon and their and hence can receive .top. I also used to try to con
ity In the villages. a means ef defense became reception here. His committee I the grace of faith, which is vine my grandmother and

Last August and September means ef communist dentine- is now seeking land and the gin of Cod.Then grandfather, but they only

the attacks on Catholicswere tie. and a threat te the lives means to resettle them. The __m ___ ___ sal< few .hstaaces figured that I had been unduly
renewed, this time by ef Catholics.First villages of northern refugees are a Influenced by the Sisters
the "peoples council of national !have reportedly Invited tome Medal of Honor winnerArmy where children tosewed and dldnt counter with any
salvation In hundreds then: ta this gin I before either
which local to Join them. arguments as the Adventist
communists attached thousands, Catholics moved The Vietnamese navy provided Captain Roger H. C. Donlon Horcnce R.S.M. who teaches a sixth of( their parents. lady did."Convinced.

themselves. The attacks were into Quinhoa City where they sea transportation from 30, New York state man was cited by grade In the Bronx. The' nation's] high This Is Illustrated In the (
around f the truth e
ostensibly directed against camped cathedral Quinhon. Forty-two of the President Lyndon B. Johnson at the eat military award went to the four conversion of Howard L. More the Catholic I
Numbers from 2000 religion, yearn
former members of the Can in rose the reported families that came south are WhIte Ilouae on December 5 aa proof time wounded veteran of the ,Vletna neon of Boise, Idaho, now a ed to be baptized and te receive
Lao September by>
party, sponsored by the flsherfolk. Twenty.t zee ef) Jesuit Priest and a teacherat
of America determination to clear theatre of War. Captain Donlon
NCWC News Service fol. meee Holy Communion.
Diem regime.The these lost their boats, burned the Jesuit High School in
lowing the visit of Monsignor eonununlata from South Vietnam. la the first to receive the medal of
"peoples council of
national by the communist These Portland Oregon. The chief Incentive of
salvation" which arrogated Joseph J. Haraett ef Catholic fishing families have moved Looking on while the President of the honor in a war In which the United "At the Insistence ef my pleading to be baptized asI

to Itself police authority Relief Services-National to Vung Tau on the coast be- United State gave him the medal of State U not a belligerent non-Cathllo mother" related clearly remember, was the
had been founded in Hue Catholic Welfare Conference, low honor ia the hero's aunt Sister
to 7000 by October. Saigon. ; Mary Father Morrison "and fear of being killed In an accident.
over the objections ef my I knew that baptism
"' ''''''''''''\''''''''' \"" According to Bruce Kninsch Cathedral father, 1 attended' SL J" f1Ih'l of desire Is valid only so lone

of Seattle assistant director Demands removalof Medal of Honor givenfor trade school In Boise, Father as there Is no opportunity for
Subscribe of CRS-NCWC In Vietnam "
nowJACKSONVILLE made minor was a Mason and had actual baptism
who has returned
just been a member of various <<.use of family and financial
"' \""1.u" """"
Qulnhon there 16 Vietnam heroism
are BOW .- Christmas free
Protestant sects. difficulties: at the
000 refugees in various partsof basilicaNEW
time, mother was hesitantand
"My mother was Interested
Catholics that city They about are MO an shining in Korea WASHINGTON '(NC)- Ing the engagement'," .the &1m1 going to a Catholic father was reluctant to

nonChristians.Those except. ORLEANS (.NC) President Lyndon B. John tthlle UOUM said.Dunlon school because she had attended grant my request But perils

who come from villages Archbishop John P. Cody has rA. )ItSJO\I.: : Korea (NC) son has presented a Medalof one of a family of St. Teresa's Academy tent pleading, with Cod's
.-W announced that Pope Paul VI conducted by the Holy Cross grace, finally won. Alter special
ii where Catholics formed -The United Nations Command Honor to Army Captain seven raised in the little Hudson
has elevated historic St Louis Sisters In lia.\ .. She attended Instructions by the Sisters
has Ignored
a large proportion say again a Hugh Donlon for hrroiam valley community of Sau-
.... ;191 # they could defend themselvesif cathedral here to the status communist demand to removea in fighting Viet< Cong guerrillas gerties, is remembered by on a scholarship for one I was baptized and made
of minor basilica. first
Holy Communion at
1 .-Mw the government would give Christmas tree set up on the In South Vietnam. neighbors there as a "boy to year, while In the eighth my "
--I aM them arms. Lacking weapons The cathedral, nether& southern boundary of the demilitarized be proud of." according to grade the last year .f her the age of 10.
Ou-Otl-Ia rrt r9*>irae.ft"e.-.Oal.II1 dcIu4.4, and unprotected by government chorea ef Catholicism la Louliiaoa lone overlookinga The PrcatJent acting in Monsignor Edward: Plovtr formal schooling "My young heart throbbedwith

Joseph Marsh, M 9". forces, they have had and much ef the South, valley in the communist the name of Congress, presented pastor of St. Mary's church. "Sh. was greatly Impressed Joy at the realization
353.7419 to *bandoa homes and this will be known as the Basllkaef portion of the cone. tho nation'a highest Monaignor Plover pastor by the defied. lives ef the that Jesus had come to noun

234 W. St. ant "'s harvest to seek ref St. Louis King ef France. The communists made the military award to the 3(). since 1W:) ), did not know Donjon Steen and thus became letrretted ish me with Ills divine life.
Fof-yhS Most of them demand at a meeting of military Later God bestowed upon mea
uge. reportedly )-ear-old captain In thoI'lreence personalty but toM a la the Cathode
The title to be
was chang second great a vocation
armistice commission grace
want to south. "
come 11. must have Church."This.
of his' widowed' :
ed December 23. the 170th anniversary to the holy Priesthood
Food from CRS-NCWC and secretaries held a PanmunJom. -
been line boy from all
of the church a the neutral area In the mother and other member 1 hear."very was hi spite of haw In the Society! of J sus. Thanksbe
ft M-I-DA l-Q.O'p.S"rJE" New Orleans landmark sinceit middle of the JOn,. i>It his family from Sauger* been raised In an atmosphere to God. my mother has

RELIGIOUS! BOOK was built in 1794. Two years ago the communists tie, New York where Don- (Doal a was an. altar bey at of hostility to Catholics, her also entered the Church. Per
nee Basilica honors are assigned made a similar demand Ion attended St. Mary'a HI.. Mary's teem the fourth family coming from French hap this Is God's way of rewarding
& GIFT SHOP by a Pope to certain when a lighted Christ. Catholic school and Saugcr grade through high, Kh. *.U Huguenot stock In the southern \ her for sending me
.*rr1nr tie JtckioavlII .,.. churches because of their mal tree was erected by part *( the United Slates to a Catholic school" Father
ITATI't1 .0...,.| tire High SchoolThe He was a life scout In
.00 E. rlseaataresrlxa.Ice antiquity dignity! historical United Nations forces where par the would probably have be Morrison said.
: .* importance, or their significance the Reds could get a good White House said It lih Hoy Scout troop .3d and. come a Catholic had she not
.5Luoa& awt&.U calls TBI LOSS CMCBCIArll as centers of worship.The was the first medal of honor tn high, school helped or,..,
married father dlvorc-
look by
at It At that time a <<
STEAKS .(... ...4 A ..>...<.., Basilica of St Louis ever awarded an American lie Cub Scouting for theyounger Sook
Colonel Vincent F. Goodsell ed man. fane was convinced oyoglassos
..... Malt < tul.aphone
wsm N e* TWIN boys lie alto playedin
M. HSN King of France joins IS other then military armistice com. who. served with a friendly however, of the value tf
721.065 churches In the United States minion chief secretary re foreign force In an armed the parish's drum and Catholic education and so In. WASHINGTON! (NC) A
having the special dignity of plied conflict In which the United! bugle corps and went with It slited on my receiving such. Knights of Columbus council!
to the iws (5t. Patrick's Dayparade
minor basilka. States Is not a belligerent "1 'followed. the in it ruction here plans to launch a nationwide
in New York. Donlonwas
tASTERLING PHARMACYBL4.BLB There are only five major "Free ann bare be.. Msfcl-; 4 party, In religion with great interest \ appeal for dl'card4eyeglastes
basilicas la the wort 5t.Peter' lag Christmas trees Ur J1un. so/ Jj At the December I cereo a varsity end on the high for .
r...rBirvie. .. ,Ill ,. St John Later, St. .-We. are a.t 'g.l.| /let:*<** y.' the White Hoes, erhuel'l) football 'leant also I and saw' clearly that the. needy porsons.Encouraged
Catholic Church Is 1"II'
.. .. ... Joined the track learn was '' : by a
D & r..W tk t./I Paul OuUlde step new.I'Ae IfenJon for response
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.... el.e..e .......... .....-- Ira .... ... president ef his Junior class Church because. .If was found- ef COO:: pair In a fecal cot
.... ........ al.4. .. ....... 4111.ca1 St. Mary Major In Rome) erection of the ChrUi. gallantry" when areinforced ... by Christ and .endowed- lection tail
,_ and Vice president ef his senior year Washington
No 511.1141a and St. FrancU and St. Mary \'Ift Cong battalion
mas tree and the Heel demand Him with Infallible teaching) K. et C.
q- aaertau? ...I'- s .e. in Auld Italy.Archbishop) hunched a full scale, pre.44wa class, Council! 84 has set
for Its removal are blOW attack The Captain's first military authority I alto saw that II Us sights en tt.ono pairs ofeyrgtams
established annual events against Camp was the only Church I knew la a campaign .be. .
Slipyi Vietnam. duty was In the Air Force.
Ism Dong
in the verbal war" gain on of which followed Our Lord's twtea. January W and March
ERN,'KlU'r. ladle (NC) at Panmunjom since July ".1Nrta1&nt' & n,.. ,, Very iplk-t| leaching en the n
Archbishop Josyf Slip/I of 1W. w ben the armistice wassigned. fewer battle taal ...... awlwfckk sacrament of the Eucharist: Auilllary tllinep\ Philip M.
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The Life of Our Lord God's world

CommentLet IJep moments to attain heaven I

I Eternal glory revealed in . -- -

done in union with Christ
A farmer plowed his field. must be Ills activity as well

us rejoice star lighting eastern sky He disked the field. He as our own.

fertilized the field. He planted
TWO things strike us This Is what It means te
espe- the field to corn. Then he Father
to some modern phil without God we will make a failure of J daily in what Simeon other tasks live a supernatural life to
moved to as
CONTRARY on Leo J. be united with Jesus by grace
said as he held the child Jesus
Christianity is the ba- our lives as well as the world. in his arms. t he waited for the harvest. Tresemany and in Him and with Him to

air of Christmas joy. It almost seems Christmas time is a reminder that His last words were (as Unknown to the farmer, live for God.

impossible to be a good Catholic with. God alone has given to man the formula translated byMonslgnor Frank J. however the seed corn had 1 Under these circumstancesour

out possessing a divine sense of humor for joy and happiness and that in Knox): "This child Is destined SheedSimon been exposed to radiation.The dead. commonest deeds, such
to bring about the fall of germ of life was washing a diaper or washing
as -
as well as the capacity for joy and spite of all the serious problems in many and the rise of manyin within it. The seed rotted in -...r the car, have an eternal

llghtheartedness. The Christmas spirit our personal lives and the world in Israel; to be a sign which the ground. people should be thing value. They add to our meritin

aeems to militate against seriousness.It general, there is truly hope for peace men will refuse to acknowledge When it became evident respectable lives, yet be sewing ) heaven and win new grace
as for thy own soul that there would be no harvest their field with dead seed for us here and now.
ia difficult to take New Year'sresolutions and in the world Christ
even joy through it shall have a sword to the farmer's disappointment
pierce Magus, who tried to from which there can be no It is not humanly possible,
too seriously.The The birth of a child is always a It." buy the Holy Ghost from St. was bitter. "AU that bar nit. of course, to make a specific

time of and for the words Peter, and is immortalised In work gone for nothinghe offering to God of each indi.
oasis of Christmas time Is joy happiness They are startling te the persons
grieved "all for nothingt" These are
the sin of simony. But It was ; How.
'vidual bit of activity.
most refreshing. It Is particularly) so family. The birth of Christ is also a be baby.uttered ever a new-born used also for men of learning, The wasted labor of the whose virtue remains on the. ever, such moment-to-mo.

In a day when it seems people are often time of joy and happiness for the chi) students of the stars certainlybut farmer in this little parableIs natural leveL They are honest ment dedications of self are
too serious. Christmas is reminderto dren of God. Yet we are not told that it serious philosophers too, pitiable enough. Yet it is and truthful and not necessary. It is enough
not to please
was these words which caused not magicians but sages. only a dim figure of the and neighborly, that we have the habitual Intention
us that we have to leave some thingsIn The staff of The Florida Catholic God but to please themselves.
Mary and Joseph to wonder. Forget the notion of a procession squandered efforts of the per. to direct all that w edo
the hands of God. Man proposesand wishes all its readers the true joy and For Mary knew already, and of kings, who would son who lives his life, or any They feel that they owe it to to God.

would have told Joseph, what have arrived in Bethlehem part of it, cut off from God by themselves as human beingsto intention does need
The renewal
God disposes. We know well that which Christ alone can give.
peace and upright
be decent per
the angel Gabriel had said to grievous Iin."Wlthollt .
followed by hundreds of idlers of course, if it is to be
Daniel about her Child five from Jerusalem, only five sons. This is
Me yon can do right to that 'vivid and strong. why
are up
hundred years before miles away. Herod would not Jesus has said. Ills we begin our day with an of.
nothing, do not the
Sacred Scripture "Christ will be done to death, have needed to ask kings to meaning Is plain. Unless we point But they and go their feting of the day to God. The
further see
the people will disown him come back and tell him where are united with Jesus la faith one step which words to do not matter but the
I and have none of him." The they bad found the Child: all goodness as something is "All that I do
and la love, nothing that we meaning ,
God more
piercing of her own soul must Jerusalem would have known do has significance as they say, think and suffer today
Beseeches God any than to themselves.
to punish enemiesTHERE have begun when after Gabrlet'l
where they went. It
exactly do think and
far as God is concerned.A Their natural virtue does I want to say,
visit she read that
be an exaggeration in God."
may their suffer for You, my
prophecy.The the other direction, but closer day which is spent apart have a value. It keeps
are some psalms The curses are not those of words Simeon uttered. to the truth all the .same to from God might as well have spiritual faculties from becoming It will help to keep our day

are repetitions In the psalmist against his enemies. Immediately before we art think of them as a group of been given to sleep. completely atrophiedand more sharply In focus If, atone

whole or in part, of others. Oa the contrary, they told that the Child's parents university professors, travel Even the "good" actions makes more hopeful or the other time during
are examples of the type of wondered, were: their eventual acceptance 01God' the day, we can pause long
For instance, psalm 52 re. Father ling Inconspicuously, as professors which we do at such at time
slander which is being directed grace. Until then however enough to repeat, "All for
do to this
day. God. We
peals psalm 13 almost word v John J. against him. "This I* the light which go by their virtue is of this You Godi"Whether!
for word. And psalm 107, 1 shall give revelation to the la their homeland to the may give an alms, we may world only. ,

which would have been the Castelotvtously In support of this 'view, notice Gentiles, this Is the glory ef East which may have been help a neighbor, we even may By baptism we have been we like It or cot,

of today's column is the change In the pronouns thy people Israel" Arabia or may have been say a prayer (unless it bea elevated to a supernatural we have to live, work, recreate -
from the first to the Persia they had len a star, prayer of repentant love) level of being. We are sharers eat, drink, sleep and
made up of verses borrowed second stanza and again from Such a naming of Gentiles which concludedthat and not one) bit of it counts suffer
from they in God's own life. We no
from two other psalms, 86, the second to the third. before Jews, In the statementof one had been born who for eternity. It cannot count, longer have the right to do It would be the most woe.

8-12 and 59, 714. Since we upset. What Is more The psalmist speaks of his and what do the could Messlas be was to be was the King of the Jews. because the line of communication anything however noble 1 ful waste to do all this and
between God and
have already seen both thesepsalms frustrating and terrifying enemies In the plural: they the Jewish ortho m.n. solely for our own satisfaction have it count for nothing at
shattering What the star have which Is love has been se
terrifying because Incompre.hensiblethan may end. It need be if
the not so
to slandered me; they repaidme or solely for humanitarian
we can move on dox. Twice the prophet Isalashad
been Matthew does not tell vered.
to love and to make that it is liv
; let them know, But the motives. All that we do, we sure
108. declared that the Mes .
psalm and there has been an immense
have one's love and kindness object of the curses is an Individual alas would be "the light of of This Is one of the great even such a homely act as log seed which we are plant

The author of this psalm Is requited with hatred and the psalmist: may the Gentiles," as far as we by scholars amount ever since.speculation The tragedies of life that so blowing our nose, must be ing.
Israelite who being sneering slander? his days be few his children
a devout Is ; ; can discover no rabbi of old ordinary reader can hardly

persecuted and slanderedby This psychological) situation his wife; his posterity, etc. ever referred to these texts help feeling that it was a star Pope Paul VI

malicious enemies. causes a bit ef a problem.By In the third stanza the 01 Isalas-It was as though the sent specially by God-He had
psalmist asks God to 'vindicate prophet had committed a faux sent angels to Zachary and I
As U this were not bad way of example: his cause and to punishhis pas which it was politer!! to Mary and Joseph and the Consecration gives divine

enough, he is wasting away "May Ms children be fatherless enemies as He sees fit ignore. shepherds, he sent a star to powers

from some undefined but obviously and his wife a widow. If God heals him his enemies And now Simeon foas these learned Gentiles. of
humbleness and of numberless streams
serious illness, as Issuggested "May his children be roam. will know that He( Is on his further naming the Gentiles The more interesting question FOLLOWING Is a text of our greatness and of civilizations.
as Mary, ex peoples
%l's discourseat just
Ing 'vagrants and beggars side and their first It Is almost as if he
; how did
greatest punishment the star conveyits
In verses 22 26. The Mother of God. while we greet India, we greet all
Mass of consecration of quisite
may they be cast out of the will be their shameat knew that the next visitors to message has been less I
opening lines describe till six Bishops in Bombay on proclaiming: her humility as of Asia, we greet the world.
ruins of their homes ((9.10)). having persecuted a friend the Holy Family would be discussed. What was thereabout
Ills handmaid exalted the You the new Bishops, are
wretched situation) "May there be no one to do of God's: Gentiles I it. which made them December 3.
which did
great things God our greeting.
"0 God, whom I praise, be him a kindness, nor anyone to "1..1 enemies be clothed St. Matthew tells us of the so certain that It meant the Venerable Brothers and beloved to her and with her.
my whose min
his Just Christ
have pity orphans. birth of the King of the Jews? as >\
not silent for
they sons,
with disgrace and lr| them visit of the Magi, and Chris-
opened wicked and treacherous For the next stanza (...0)) Again we are not told. But Let us seriously contemplatethe Let us take notice of the istry we now personify, said
wear their shame like flu art has produced a glow.
a man.tie.
which is to His when He bad
mouths against me. Is a string of curses without certain they were. fact that Jesus Christ is event now taking disciples
They have spoken to me with equal In the puller. It 'Is hard lag tares and, la glorious which series.Pk. They went to Jerusalemnot present Jesus Christ, alive. place here through oar hands, made them apostles, that Is, l'!

lying tongues, and with wordsof to imagine such vicious words It Is very helpful to read would not have recognized led by the .t.r. there Is Jesus Cu'1.t-Jl. who Is the transformed into the instrument messengers of His word and '

hatred they have encompassed coming from the lips of one this psalm In the light of our themselves I no suggestion that the star eternal and consubstantialSon of the hand of God His grace, so we say to you,
me and attacked me who has nothing but love for Lord's Passion. He( too loved led them there but because of God; Who Is also the namely: the event of transmission who! are consecrated to that l

without cause In return for his enemies. and was hated In return; He In the pictures, there are Jerusalem was the obvious Son of Miry, true man our We have transmittedthe same mission: "Go, preachthe .

my love they slandered me, But It Is not really necessary too was falsely assused, maliciously usually three of them; but the place to go. Brother. fullness of the Priesthood message: The kingdom t

but I prayed. They repaid me to attribute them to him. slandered, cursed. Gospel does not say how many If of the Jews He( Is here In the Eucharlstic : of Jesus Christ to these our of heaven is at hand! ." 1

evil tor good and hatred for It Is not unusual the psalmsto God vindicated His cause they were. In the pictures, had a beta MW King bon Jerusalem Mystery which this congress brothers, whom we shall from and as you enter the house i

my love,. meet with an unannounced by r.llinllllm from the dead they are kings, arriving often would be to ,know where I celebrates He is really now on call Bishops, that is: that welcomes you, salute It t
Here Is a man who Is hurt change of speaker. This may to the shame and confusionof enough with a train of camels sure present not merely represented the pastors and shepherds of thus: "Peace be to this

and puzzled and quite ob well be a case In point His enemies. and a horde of attendants. That they should have goneto not only invoked and remembered the believers, and for the people house 1" (MMO, 7-12)).

But Magi were not kings. Jerusalem to inquire was, -He Himself Is who do not yet believe. Yes are bearers ef peace

The name had a lower and then natural here, real and unique, only We have transfused into Row humble sod how human

Father Michael V. Cannes a higher application. It was But that it should have under the sacramental appearances them the Holy Spirit. We have Is your mission It Is a4 j

used for men who were sorcerers been King Herod who answered Is He multiplied.And transmitted to them our episcopal arms, aor riches, net pride I
Minion of Nembre Do Dies astrologers workers them Is one of the He Is multiplied In orderto powers. We have associated of conquest and glory that are '

ef magic .nera1l1-lik. that fiercest Ironies of all history be communicated to each them with ourself In your strrugth, but the word 'I

of us. our awesome mission the of God the
.-_. mission of
chapters enneUzlnllOul'
QB6iVC In ,
We cannot remain silent Let words echo the
Qmition boxIt's the mission of sanctifyingthem your
Wo must exclaim Glory te
the mission of guiding message of the divine truths, f
the O Lord! Thaaks te Thre.
loRIOa CAtholic IllS tony them. which as through a glass,
O Friend of meet 0 Mastert
follow darkly, are evoked by the :
folly to 0 And we have chosen them
up O Bread of Life Sattour '
words adopted by this great !
We acknowledge from the five parts of the
nation: "Truth alone trlumphs !
nONE ed for Father Thee! We love TbeetContemplating I world so that It may be clear -
Chapter Casanovas, he that colony from a Spanish chain letter 'novenas' that we are obedient to the not falsehood. The divine :
before the reminded the prelate was Impossible.
night port
year in our heart love of Christ, that immense path to liberation has

st. Augustine Father Camps' letter was forwarded While Father Camps continued Q. Please give yeas .pl.... Q. DMat yea Jump the gun the Blessed Eucharist considered love, pouring forth upon all been laid with truth. which

Camps had sent a message to t* Spain, but .thing r*. his lonely and danger on these stalled aoveuas.We a Ml .la stating that these etc as "a pledge of future p.oplu.lpon all the men of the seers who have overcome
lUshop !:Kchevarria. Cuban sailed from II until December out labors at St Augustine, received OM la the maQi receive Holy CmmnnJ. at glory- that glory in whichwe this earth. From this point desire tread and wherein

fishermen to ask to be relieved U, 1771. .Wn Camps and his unaware that help was only a a aovtaa to Our Lady ef Fatlraa. the mMnUM' Mass esj Cariit- shall see God as He is la en 1M globe which has been also Is that supreme treasure

of his post as pastor of parishioners were a* longer few hundred miles away, the aM( Hall Mary's sad mac and Easter may receive His very essence We recall the source and fountainhead Continued on page S
the Minorcans. Broken la la New m'na. two Irish Priests could do Else Our Father's. agala tW ant day r the words of a great poet, son
health from his arduous service nothing but turn their hands The other was found Incauta. of this land which today 0
at New Smyrna, he On that date the king commissioned to other work. O'Reilly became It te a ala-day so. A. Yes, this new permissionwill Jesus is your home: M. J. Murray
thought that he ought to be two secular Priest. not Into effect until
chaplain! to the Spanish eras U St Jude.A. go "Day after day O Lord of
replaced by a younger man. volunteers for service In the troops In Cuba and at New March 7 next year. So you my life, shall I stand before
A replacement was also need English province. Interesting.ly lYovldence In the Bahamas, a This sort of thing Is may not make use of It at thee face to faceT Strange but true

they were Irishmen: Fa. post in which be won high plain supersUUoa not re Christmas this year. Walt until -With! folded hands 0

her Thomas Hassett and Father official praise. for his seal and ligion.Say. Caster. Lord of aQ worlds, shin I Copyrttht lice, NCVc hews frvleeCatholic

Michael O'KeUly.. both efficiency. lIa.....' ended up your prayers with Iou Q. I Into Wm reaftaed tea stand before the 1.r.1o face?
natives of Longford. Ireland.Hassett In patriot.held Philadelphia. and devotion to adore th mental WtpHat Wall there "tinier thy great sky. la
was t entyseenyears When the Holy Oil storks ran great and good God who iliad I melted C*.mia)*.. aliWei solitude and silence. with v jASt

iL FloridaCatholic t t of age OfUUly was low la that city la 177, the you saved yon and sanctifies I U4 set ge le tN'''- humble heart shall I stand ,, aaefY

tunt1'lll. Catholic population appealedto you. Offer yourself to Him .... tW second tin*. TW before the. fare to face

: Th. two Priests had Just Spain for new suppli.s.In through His Son who became Priest attending. fDowed tW "la this laborious world ofthine
oak to Him.
maa to us Honor
<* Vir* with ether
same *
studies the Irish pr tumultuous with toil
u.. rermpeWse that the Mother of this Son and
Is tats ceelidend atrue
Collet at SalamawoF1heal patients. and with" straggle! amonl1l1ll'&AI *
MU.r4. It was decided ay aO His faithful Apostles marties
Communion. ? How win I
& crowds shall stand before
........1 ._. e.11., Coiegko d* NobUses lr the king that FalWr 1I.lwll and ether saints. But beware cheat snaking wit (..- ". adra
go sty face ,
to Rabmdrtnath
wu.... eavmouo r..*.. IM.r 1.ftd'lu-'OUDdfod !la 1WJ by .W.U W sent |* PaJUectpaiaI of charms and tncaat frttloa? ( ,

... ... else .**... s.in* Philip U as a place where pen a scWl tr chiUrea. lions ef acverfalbng pr.,. Tafore.
IIS a M* C.U.U4 ..... Irish seminarians! could be era and ef slue timer an* A. Of course" It Is not neeesaary How la this pot ibJ*, It Is
......, r1..4. ..... trained at royal expense for Accordingly. the Priest left equals certainty to ro to coafessJe ... pibU because divine paw.rs .

sO1 .. c a A. ... service in Ireland. SW' FVf Cuba for retIAl'h ante arming There ts only eee place for fore each Communion you ,. tare ba ceraratmkated
C...4. Si** re t+*n .%*.. Ida was MW an English do la May of 17C. By As long as remain to some ameog as.
chats letters: O* wane basket yea
1..MI s lit male It occurred to the Span.lah June of the year following. 1/ ti. nr w and
the state
la grate ye maytwcehe
The Prie tW4 of Christ
"..../. CktteM M MM r
TI. a court that Cngushpaklug : Kitten could report to Cuba mr.re>
w K IM c.> .... ,.... ....... OMmnuntna tfonns ef w see traaraftt+4 te toss of % ey s.eweo seaor.c.rw
Priests that he had tee schools beeperaUoe Q. My hesboad nIb Urn.setf .
WMIS ... Ise l' ..-.. CN..M could\ serve to times wtthovt JOUle to confess His disciples. who ,... W.eaiM .
w.- CMI..w. 1..1... equal advantage la the Antll-' 'among the belt a rtkUr. W4 tie has .*4 ** Yea should mat tMtrunents ef His >4Ll..e>Y
..*.a r Mtrtfct.,.... M t.N..w..q..wM.11N -.1.Ip.s cued ptev Uk. of Florida on tW ronUneet" be ."ftf14.N..uwr made his Raster D ty tee tW your Nt coAfssioa .la the Win ., lilt satetW.of .
M II ..... &M At4 .. at.... O'KeOly nee Has.sett past l.* year TWt vontetSM aN&1l1LLBMt. aI
'Ita" lUs vert.TUs ...
tW IrishPriests ...
By April. 1771, two .M1.tR.w.y.
a"" .
was to remain la. eel greatly y* I e. ,r' .
.w. .
were In II at ana andre ae.r .tulle a r
frm his etiitaal appointment to tW. eve 4 of death? other mystery ef the 11.w mean a..re.ee e.e
..> to ink alp for St A.
E for very long however, Spa. A. Dear holy ye. have .r priMmre ef Otrtst among BM. f..y rd yeti

....... Y.4 .. e..l p.Uat. iA arms were to pease of Wj limpet. W4. this **>* TW* ...*<.we. ..w.,. frJ .. babe celebrated. hove today
*,..*.. R MrHIM l"fwiua.tW.. time *tnc>Mtg BMT* belt).* to North Win ts SMW* tae t 4MfVal4for 'i1. v. +ew. e.- H ts rvtefcrat. la ear WanMeprw "

ar'...... <... ..... the FjuUih colonies. la Ames. Anwnra tnan lr n4 *. sly drama I mire' tall ..... by N.-i.__ ....IX. at U* \Vr of CarMK ,
...... A. M.5.le ka sere .la revolt aialnrt tn several cbtrie. and )M cenwft ywnr *>.. Pttwe h.w.p. .s..ItI & ts rtaUd la tft* ktrpersons tire s.

...-'..... ......... that motor counlry" and .*.ata a few months of Hat.sett's He may to" aW to We* Mftfftttmtt ......w.. .Dse.n. r- ,... ef yee, 0 Btieace ami
...... R c......... Spain had openly aided. w. \a rna' repots aM FWrfcia I Is sty vex*** a. ate' c. pt.a.a. s.Tr. 1'Nth eWY.. plf WJivPr
the patriots rVrida was .use sari acata. la SfW a aral ..**., e* Iiseoea'eh t* +Mts of cattst* Btatopt, k' S1..1.MS... waw1. (+.1eee+e

)Friday) Decrmbe 23. "1 blockaded by F.Lt..b ....,. .......... Tfc ae Md Sfsaaun estates at age aid s' *rveert Ctrl..*.. ,Muse, fee af...tii! Eti.m N-a.e.w ew.+ ..e.ne,.. 're.+ el.a..w ....1..f.. ..r.1 w1.

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The Florida Cathou Friday, Den 25, 196-&
Bishop Moore
Of many things

High School

How they speak of Bethlehem 50 ORLANDO A staff Bill of

__ juniors says reporter
THE J. biblical exegete, by definition! directly concerned striking! Indeed. Matthew in. Dunn last should week's be edition commendedfor of the

I with the inspired text before h1m. While the theolog. tenttonally highlights this con Miter Bishop Moore High

leal clarifications of the Church of a later are will guide least to indicate to his Jewish School's newspaper. Editor
him in his interpretation, -- -- readers that these pagan Sara Bardoe and her person

they are not his primary the activity of Christ emphasizes .scholars hue found their nel put much hard work into
concern. the messianic characterof way to Christ, even at his infancy this Christmas edition and
the person and the work while the unbelieving
He must determine best the entire student body was
of Christ-a point easily Israelites generally had not
he can with all the sciences pleased with the results.
grasped by his audience. received Hun as their own.
at his disposal, '"what the Indeed Matthew intends Last week the upperclassmen -
Moreover since Matthew'sgospel
writer intended to express." instruct about the Old Testament of Bishop Moore High
as Pius XII insisted in his en. was composed during School represented the youth
roots of the
life of
the climax of the
cyclical Divino Affiant Spin of the Diocese at a memorial
Christ but also it seems to struggle between the Christians
itu.For chide the Israelites of his Requiem Mass( In honor of the
day who wanted the _
this reason the exegete pagan i- late Bishop Barry Archbishop
for their failure to recognize concerts to be received into ,___ I w
must try to enter into the Jesus as the Messiah a task: the infant Church without .. ___ Joseph P Hurley was present
background and the mentalityof at the Mass
which should not have been
having to undergo any of the
the biblical author. Ha too difficult for them, had Jewish regulations concerning b. __ The Ha met basketball

must divest modern himself of any they known and lived the message circumcision and ritual fasting Confer Catholic education in Diocese squad has been invited te
merely Idea about on
of the Old Testament.An .
from certain foods and play In the Llk'a: Christmas
the meaning of a word or expression
about the literary is found example in the of such chiding those Christians who demanded Educators of the Dioces of St. Charles A. Bartok Father Philip man of the Board of Catholic tournament at the Davis Armory
infancy narra. that Chris In Orlando
form that Is used, or about live of the life of Christ, tianity through pagans the enter doorwayof Augustine met recently in St. E. Halstead. Father Bernard F. Schools Archbishop Hurley and

the meaning of a passage. namely the vignette about the Judaism, the Magi incident Charles pariah In Orlando with Dittman and Father Irvine Nugent; Monsignor John Scully. Their opening game will be

But the search for tile> Imag. Magi astrologers from the U all the more impor. Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley; seated Father Joseph P. Moran, played against New Smyrna
err and thought-patterns o( East. tant. landing, from the left Monsignor Father Mortimer Danaher, chair- Beach on December :tt. The
the ancient writer la not always The account of the Magi is Here Matthew Intends to tournament finals will be

easy.Earlier a mysterious one. Matthew demonstrate that even at the .....".....NNN NNNN coat-of-arms enthronement played off on December 28.
Cardinal On At The Hornets have finished
introduces these strangers in. birth of Christ the universal. Mooney
generations, living to the narrative rather abruptly ity of Christ and his work was School \RTFOnn (SCDlshuu'onn, Ireland (NC) second for the past four years
in and through different cultures ; indeed, the reader is to be eirphaslxed. All men. High Youth designate Joseph }'. nonnellyI'nsldtnt Famon de Valera In this annual event. The
express the reality of surprised to switch from the team will be shooting for tBe
the hands
Jew and non-Jew come to SARSOTFor sec- will\ have two clasped and l Premier Sean Lemass
their lives in manners quite quiet, unknown backgroundof weeks his coat-of. top this time and. with good
Christ: all men are welcomed end six grading period on arms as a reminder
different from those to whicha the silent birth of NNN44s44NNN4454NN4444. came down from Dublin for turnouts, they just might wtn.
Christ to to the stable, and no these seniors of Cardinal o f his 20
later generation may be accustomed. the excited bustle of the city restraint is placed on them.It Mooney High School attainedan .work on the bearsstall the enthronement of Bishopboard The Bishop Moore High t
If this were not so. of Jerusalem.The Is not too poetic to recall average from 3.5 to 4.0: Tampa Catholic of mediation and arbitration Donal J. llerllhy of Ferns in School Band was asked to
history would not be a necessary scene is crowded .with the significance of the final Catherine Zilles. Dill Tcndola School lie has been chair. his cathedral In nearby Enniworthy play at the McCoy Air Force
subject of constant study figures: Herod, his court, the words of Matthew as he closes and Tom Munkittrick; juniorsare High man for\ the past 13 year. on December 13. Base Hospital last, week. It
for man. chief priests, learned men, this Incident of the Magi. Donna Jean Kill Nancy T.\MPA- Joan Niewlnskl The prelate will be cones has been traditional that some
As one therefore, who must Indeed the whole of the city they returned to their lithe Joanne Heinrlch, Mary school reporter, has noticed crated as titular UUhop of The former rector of the group visit the sick duringthe
answer the objections of a of Jerusalem. (Mt 2, 1-5)) and own country by a different Beth I Hornlk i 1 and Carol that the campus of Tampa Nabala and auxiliary to Archbishop Irish pontifical College In holiday season! Director
new age and furnish to each for what reasonT way ." and to imagine that Michael; Catholic High School Is gradually Hfnry J O'Brlen In Rome was Installed! by Archbishop Dan 1'attlahall and his group

generation new understand. Simply because non-Jews, the difference in their way Sophomores are Tim Hart- adding to Its beauty. On st. Joseph's Cathedral on Giuseppe Sensl. papal should be commended for this
!fags and approaches to eter. the Magi with little if borne was to be found in the tilt, Dorene Ludwig, Douglas Saturday, December 12, students January 28. nuncio to Ireland. gesture
cal truths, the exegete must presumed knowledge .( any the change in their very persons Lleb. Linda Charles Janice took part In the school's .. ZY
go back to the original sources Old Testament with only a because they had seen the Claspell Robert Copeland landscaping project sponsor!
of these truths. He must study natural Christ So too for the student JoAnn Bach and Susan lutt. ed by the student council.
mysterious phenomenon
these sources as they were have of the word of God: so too for huff; }>e hmn are Gerald Rock gardens, all types of
as a guide
given by the Church of the m.D-.ho seeks Haas Eileen Lori and small
te de honor te the "new" king every to dis Lawrence shrubbery, trees
early Christian community.He ef the Jews. cover and adore the Christ Jodwalis. Marianne }Kolln were planted They were donated
must show how divine who Is hidden from the mindsof Michael Rosin, Eddie Schats. by the families of the
revelation provided a firm basis The dramatic contrast portrayed so many who should know Donna Dembs, Tarn Hagger students It II with pride that
for the later theology of by Matthew is quite him. ty and Andrew Matosky the students can point to what
the Christian Church. 1 they planned and planted.
Nowhere is such ; \ Jyr
a study ,. .
more fruitful or more difficult ,_ r ..;. .. .. The fedalll- spoasered Its
than the analysis and j first bet, hour held la Uetniltl

understanding of various incidents purpose betiding .eftaaday
recorded in the infancy December IS, cadet
narratives of the life of the dlrfCtloB ei prefect Eva:

Christ The very fact that r TrV a Gallagher

only two of the four gospels The moderator was Father

record the birth and early Tiedras of Our Lady of Perpetual .
life of Christ Is intriguing to Help Church b Tam

the exegete, since the remembrance -? pa. The service included BIble
of the beginnings of s r
readings by Soda?ats. Ed
any event may shed light Noble was commentator The
upon the entire history of the holy hour closed with Beoe-

event. ,diction of the Most BleaaedSacrament.
Thus, the Infancy narrative Refreshments followed. .

of Ip.da11nte.tt Matthew and to Luke the exegete have a ) .lavlted.All schools In Tampawere Sports awards at St.: Joseph Academy I

and to the interested student.' Our first Sealer class 8L Joseph Academy' of 8t Augua- other members. From the left head

We may never know why achieved commendable results tins recently held Its awards banquetfor lOath Ed Drosd preeenU an award to
Mark and John choose not to
la the Florida statewide football Kkki Marital and JlcOowanhile '
record the birth of Christ twelfth grade tests. More than players Larry : Judge IloweUMflton. I
but w. can know why such a U per rent of the class SCOT Larry MrOowan team co-cap tains, aectpted guest speaker at tM event
c record by the other two evangelists ed above 900 and 23 .per rent the awards on behalf of the I'rreenU an award to Nicky MartaaJ.
,. .
;, Is considered impor --- -- -- --
bad scores ever oo. lour out
} tant in the development of ef the 50 students were ever St. JosephAcademy
the theology of the life of
CO: R mary Vaa Antwerp
Christ according to Matthew! (aadaeclaaa, Eva Gallagher DUKES.STEEN ..I. '.."al "..as.FUNIAAL ,

#i. and Luke. and JUbecca fcvlly.rreCarUlMse IT. "l'ffl'ln'y.I"tt. MOM .. .. ..&.-.....! s. --...

Each evangelist, ef rear**, acthlltes ... were J'f.atlCt and words ef JIO S., f-W., A,.. A+ hI.".. Swv.ekW
t was free U cheese these .to- ele4>4 tae (UUag ef sm.k.is praise wtre accorded m m* nin L.t.-.4' YA 4-U7J I
twists la the life el cbristwkkb Special day for Father Lopez High lot seedy ,families a.4 car..l- Inca ef Uw St Joseph A,a4my IT. AUflUlTINiWONI
weald best express his lag al U. (trial fklM (.... football team at baa-
part... ta cempotlag UegetpcL ) Mayor Owen Eubank center of aeaaon this year. With the mayor are t.,. lk. TeWmUcIa tami. quit bold recently' at Uw

Daytona Beach proclaimed a special Father John Caulfield ami coach tor lam sad a. eU s*.,.Us' Dutch Pantry an.n
....... Omit Judge Hewell t.1."
Matthew had as an audience day for the Father Lope High School Frank MorettL

prospective converts from Ju. football turn after their aucceaaful The rh ral group artom- tflo was Uw principal speaker A. P. BOZA
<-4>-lim.....> thus, hit account of-. panted by members or IN for Uw eccaakm. 'rfolJ sVhJl llVUSiOl CHAM.JWt .
lag cried as master ef ceremofttoa -
Tommy White, Charles! Day SodaUty aad Parametltrs"
player receiving. "
KYLE-McLELLAN INC. Father} Lopez lot, Mike Kemmer. Jua TU- Club dutributtd iHtl gins their boars cad tars were; TAMPA 7. 'IOJUOA
boos Steve aacs.. lave bad ma4.
they Duflag l tsecptatne tarry >IC<;". all
FUNERAL DIRECTORS High School Ryan sad Dave Jaixwske, Advent twe II I k I. vlgHs u4 Nkky. Martaal, John 1> -
scam managers are Carl Aa brought ttfere Uw K,.* *<.
17 W. UNION tT-JACKSONVnii-( Dtrnm BEACH Dan. ..,.... John Hoffman Tern the beauty sad m.sn iag ef OUveree.pent, Daaay liefer CVe, Edged.llMy flea. JOHN S. RHODES, JR.
L 3J1u CefcmM Semee S... II" that la Mauls l Bob Darns and Save the liturgy of Uw ..a toe,
M lagan reported Oa, freak Denim. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
keeping with the spirit of the Ratlins Another event efCathotie Tamps Michael| k>>c. .'.,.. Ktag.
holiday aeaacn, the members Taw Green Wave refed Uaa !Ingle wig be tel. pees.entailers Mart; Saad*ie, LAn..d b.. 1711 OJfTe-bf CUAIWAT1I ,..... ....Oil
BRETT FUNERAL HOME of the sodality have partlcvpaied esrtbng 1-1 ta Uw rfUrt'maUOa ef. Shatetfwere I A Itts. Jemmy TayW SwuVaresre

AMIUlANCI suva .la tanacth aut I tsapsiga and then d.fat.4 MtdiwiMMf KuM. Dusts cal flabby .....
JU.4I01 IIU .la fee poet tMVr Uw dtfertaea tf iu
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such as dutrilwUag <*
baskets to seedy- Um .*.. Matt Claw howl 1 game at l..r a.t... Op torn..*** \\\1\\\\\\\\\\\\\ U\\ \\ \\\ Cod T. Bouchard Fwwd H.m. *
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Christmas at
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SIX The Florida Catholic, Friday, Dee. 23, 19t American Sister

Bombay's Cardinal lauded for by reported Congo simbas killed

Eucharistic Congress success go LEOPOLDVILLE(NC) An American The nun.Con

E49t'- Sister Mary Antoinette a
member of the Daughters of
By Robert hardy Andrews went overseas caD only be take part. In fact this was : Wisdom from Bellmore New

NEW DELHI (NC) Valerian Cardinal Gracias of estimated.Yet still debated hi Rome only i York, has been killed by reb

I Bombay Is today the most-praised citizen of India because the story behind the three months ago el troops in the northern partof
Is only now beginning Welcoming Pope Paul at
of the success of the International Eucharistic story the Congo according to reports
to be mealed. Bombay's Santa Cruz air- reaching here.A .
congress In Bombay and the first pilgrimage any Pope port. Cardinal Graclas cast
has made to the birthland( of the world's most ancient It began with Irish-born one look across a sea of faces Belgian nun was also
Archbishop Thomas RobertsS.J. said to have been killed with!
con-Christian( and In moment
religions. a seemed
glimpse of a stranger from a ., who resigned from the Sister Mary Antoinette. Newsof
Frankly India's rulers 1 country many never heard of. archdiocese of Bombay 13 years younger. Meanwhile, the American Sister's
have admitted In cabinet years ago and urged the elevation non-Christians told Cardinal death arrived her e s h o rtl y
meetings and in parliament They came because All- of the first India rector Gracias he would have their Closing ceremonies in BombayPeter after mercenary troops rescued
that they dreaded what might India Radio spread news of Bombay's Holy Name fullest cooperation and tangl- 42 white hostages at Is-
occur at Bombay when the they capsuled into: "A holy Cathedral In his place. The ble support such as the Republic Gregory Cardinal Agagianl- crament In the closing ceremony at angi and Yangambl. about 70

congress convened and Pope man is coming. Seeing" him next chapter was written to of India had never an, the papal legate to the 38th Inter- the Gateway of India, Bombay The miles east of Stanleyville lathe
Paul VI arrived. With the will confer a blessing. any previous religious
when Cardinal Gracias, convocation. national Eucharistic Congress gave Congress drew 250,000> pilgrims from Congo's terrorized northeast
same frankness, they lay it None of this, Delhi V.I.P.s Roberts' successor sat
is still hard to believe that declare could have been pre- down at Delhi with the late Hindus actually moved out Benediction of the Most Blessed Sa- India and 6,000 from abroad.

the congress and Pope Paul's dicted a few weeks ago. They Indian Prime Minister Jaw. of their homes, leaving themto Sister Mary Antoinette was

visit were managed as they decline to commit themselves aharlal Nehru, to sound out be occupied by clergy and African Bishops Missioners slain by the only American among the
were. to any explanation that has a the government's attitude regarding Religious Wealthy Parsis 11 Daughters of Wisdom stationed

Nor is it any secret that tinge of politics. "Call it a his dream of a Eucharistic were hosts to Cardinals and counter 'magic'appeal at IsangL The Belgian
their forebodings of disaster miracle" they say. "Born. congress In India. Archbishops Hindu Muslim rebels namedLEOPOLDYTLLE nun was Identified as Sister
were shared by many in India' bay has never done anythinglike Nehru had just proclaimed and Pars! women sold tickets of LatinDAR Congo Marie Francolse.

Catholic hierarchy, and this. Nor has India. The national commemoration of and handled transport and ES SALAAM (NC) (Confirming' the news of
NC-Three Priests
by leading Christians and only answer is as old as our the 1900th anniversary of housing arrangements at congress of Tanzania The Congo ( Sister Antoinette's
belief in God which Is headquarters.The The Bishops murdered in late November by rebel Simbu outside Mary
non-Christians who worked con Christianity In India, plantedon problem in death her community's officials
faced special
with them. Surging crowds siderably older than yours the Malabar Coast by St. Muslim minister of education a letter explainingthe Bunla have been identified u Belgian members of the said that before she
their joint
broke police lines when President 'lie who gives love is loved." Thomas the Apostle, and M. C. Chagla for. new language changes at White Fathers of Africa.A aries Catholic and Protestant Joined the Daughters of Wisdom

merly India's ambassador at ,
Eisenhower visited Del Catholic from given official assistance to
conquistadors inclination of some she Anna Don
of the
.lass-th. fourth member killed in the was Lucy
hi. Throngs grew unruly when Portugal and France and celebration of the 2500th anniversary Washington, ordered Bombay .
people to attribute a White Fathers stationed near nlacuo of Bellmore Long Is
northern terror
schools hold Congo re
the guest was Queen Eliza.beth Protestants from Britain and of the birth of Gau semester examinations
the Latin used in land. Her de-
two months early. power to Bunla survived by pretending mains unknown at present parents are now
ILBut the Netherlands brought the tama Budda. liturgical functions.The to be dead. He was sent because of extremely ceased. She Is survived by two
three times sword here behind He favorable to the Thus school buildings poor
as many one step was were Brussels under sisters and brother in the
home to severe and a
declared communications confu
human beings as there were the Cross. Indians have not congress proposal. Many of cleared of pupils, and converted Bishops shock caused by the New York area.
in the streets when President forgotten.But his advisors were not. Bitter into Congress hostels.In "It Li a dangerous error to tragedy.The sion. But officials think at (Sister Mary Antoinette en.
least 100 white hostages have
or Queen passed by were ..0aw.d Hindu-Muslim fighting follow. Delhi after the consider our liturgical Latin
congress, tered
the Daughters of Wisdom

Pope Paul lifted his four, all missionariesfor lost their lives ia addition to
and reverent when they lag the separation of India Minister Chagla told me as if they were the
: prayers after she met them while
hands In the Indian saw Pope Paul that Boy and Pakistan and the assasslnatloa "The amazing thing is that words of) a sorcerer or a
working as a summer
called nemaste, which signifies been with about 20 other slain by the rebels. camp
Scouts and Girl Guides with of Gandhi Hindu
by a examination grades witchdoctor. Superstitious
were per. :
schoolroom rulers for batons "you and I are one," and fanatic had left deep scars. centags points higher than people think that the Priests held prisoners by the With word of the murder of counselor at Commack New
conquered before he spoke.At rebels in FatakL They were York in 1937. For 13 years
controlled them without said It the three White Fathers came
a Practical men was no In any previous year And I formulas and the prayers ofa ) One she taught at Our Lady of
single break-through. that instant non-Chris- time for 10 million Christians believe this was because our sorcerer or witchdoctorhave confined to a convent. news of the slaying of a nun Wisdom Academy in Ozone

Hindus Sikhs tlans now back at their desksIn out of 450 million Indians, to children wanted so much to power precisely becauseno of their number celebrated from lament, Belgium, in Park. Receiving her assignment
Muslims Mass despite a rebel ban on
Delhi told step Into the limelight. There make a contribution that else than he understands mid-November. She was
Jains Buddhists and animists me, they, too. one the service. In 1952 she taught in a
knew all would go well. They was thoughtful hesitation as they worked harder than ever them. Mother Theresa Simons, one mission in .
walked as much as 500 miles The rebels decided on November Nyasaland pres.entday
of a of Sisters of Christiaa -
trade and well In Rome. before. ''Th.'try fact that they are group
are politicians by Malawi until 1959
from remote hill-villages to :30 to take the Priest
Instruction who had
be .homeless and hungry In very seldom sentimental. But But Pope John XXIII and Nor was this all. Wherever Incomprehensible makes people who offered Mass, Father from their mission at gone Kilo when she was transferred to
the first city they say: "We watched love the. ecumenical council. congress delegates turned think that these words W.F. to the Congo.
they ever saw, Eugene Pauwelyn .
Mines to seek refuge in Bunla.
for the privilege of gaining a given, and received. The Pope worked a great change. Bombay's young people- have magical power It wouldbe Bunla for punishment by superior (While In the United States
learned. So did the people. So more non-Christians than a terrible mistake to think officers. They were taken prisonerby for a visit in 1963. she said
did we." Two years ago the congress Catholics-were at hand to of our prayers in the same They also took Father the Simbas la Bunla. One la an Interview that nuns in
Daytona BeachPRINTING What followed has filled was approved. There act as ruld.... Inflexibly bon. way Our prayers derive their Pierre Louis DeMeyer. White rebel shot at Mother Ther her area were "not respectedbut
page-one columns every was, however no suggestionthat est and insulted by the efferof strength from God Himself, Father Superior at Fatiklj: esa's knees pout-blank and tolerated.

where. Congress planners ex _the_Pope himself would a tip. __Whom we serve." __ Father Louis Smlssaert W.F.. left her te bleed to death. ("We get no thanks, not
..,.. -- -
pected ISO foreign correspond ., "p- ..1I- ..... ; '" .. : because he had earlier triedto even from our own students,"
ents. Nine hundred and eighty :"1', .,.,.:. .. ''''t "' J' 1".' .I i.'" escape, and Father Roger The Simbas barred her she said. "As we boarded the

LatW erns aN Of .** 1CeeeiNOUi ) came. How many words were ,"."..., ,: Falct W.F., who was selected fellow prisoners from ministering plane to leave Africa several
written how many pictures to her saying: "Don'ttake
PrWf"t" Cttww t. .. for an unknown reason. teenagers taunted us saying:
I. at..... ..... r4 h ht' On the way to Bunla, the the trouble, for tomorrow 'We're glad you're leaving.
all to die.
F, T you are going
1M htalo.h rebel truck met retreating Stay away. Don't eomeback.
While 10 other Sisters were ."
Welcome TrmUrtforftir Sambas who were being
r7 'tr, driven back by Congolese regular seriously wounded by the (Asked why she planned togo

CALL Peeels N. Petl. S,.'....) .. and mercenary forces. rebels, they were not killed. back she said: "U every.
CL 24421 UHeope .kin The Priests were ordered off Twenty-three Sisters. Including body pulled out of Africa
? the truck two Negro White Sisters, what would happen to the
FOR were flown here from the Church there How could
H.I I I-Orsne4. heeehsLn $ [ There was confusion while Bunts area by an American God's work be fulfilled)

the rebels debated the fate plane on December 3 along 'uu",,,,,,,,,,,, '"'u,,,
Esso' : el the missionaries. The with 29 White Fathers.
Priests tried U but Subscribe now
eM Marlene Pod escape The Fathers of the Sacred
Gar H.aung OII.URNS they were shot Immediately. Heart have said that at least Lu,,,,,,''''"u""'"'"

HOT:. I i PJ.b'll n P.lrt. Only Father Falct survived. nine of their number died,

'IURNS CLUN'1 LogoeI Faa'Itfea The 20 other Priests confinedat and the Little Brothers of Jesus CLEARWATERw.
who were living
oc Fatakl were released a among
RAND cIea41J.5i,s week later by the Congoleseregular pygmies la the Bent area, ,. ,
| %t%M} w.> tli.% % _
fromCongress said four of their members
Fuel Oil 1 Co. Departs army. '
SAN REMO The number of mission have been murdered. 'I Greetings I

RESTAURANT Pope Paul VI bids goodbye to a tress at Bombay ,Valerian Cardinal 28 In addition the found bodies of j !SMITH'S JEWELERS

For n. lit vast throng at Santa Cms Airport Graclas right received the Pontiffs Medal from persons were on
I2W SO. November 27 In a church near j 111) CSevel."c1 Pies.cleerwatn .
IS.I after his four day pilgrimage to the thanks for his hospitality during the Stanleyville, the rebel strong i i Florida

Cl 204421 CL 2-1357 : 38th International Eucharisllc Con. journey given Indian who hold and most of the dead t 1M'I '

were thought to be Priests

"FOURTH CINUtATION JlWtUH SINCE III!" 1 A/titry! U Ffowwt Cathedral opens befriends poor and Thirteen nuns. I Ace Hardware--

Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons by Joseph's Florist Cathedral of the Immaculate WARDIIA, Udla (NC) killed Stanleyville.at Wamba.Eight north of these of Phone

Floral DcwfAMtfl: ; For Ewy OccatlwirV : Conception was dedicated The President of India and were said to be workers at 'fj 444174 I

g.1'etnd J.wel" / $" .141 W. C*.n.d. Ave* OrmeoJ leach here on December I by Peter the chief minister of Mahar the Catholic mission I I46J -k-.y
,CL s.2Ul .Amw'xM COM Society 11 N. heels. .$.. Cardinal Dot, Archbishop of ashtra state visited Acharya .

Tokyo. \lnoba Bhave here and presented .. --_. --- .--- ...
Cardinal! Dol had -
Just returned
n. J. Tr.1wq'sDaytona the leading Ghandldisciple
WILSONDRY T from the Eucharistic THAYER DODGE
with the gold medal
Moving & Storage' Co. @j Congress In Bombay Present sent him by Pop. Paul VI. DODGE DART CORONET I
Wi13,1CDATTO for the rites in his new cathedral -
Al oU AWED YAM Bha".. founder of the.
were distinguished pretties Cary a $0,000 mile eel yen varwtty I
4 and LAUNDRY SERVICE "A D_ LAD Bhoodaa (land gift: ) move.meat
and government officials rt.one 444-9IM (loll CWv..U
which several
led.-.U 4er through
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a..c.... \ countries. The apostolic bvternuncio
Mi been donated by the rich for
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to Japan Arrhbiih-
distribution to the poor, was
ELsw YDage 124 W.".".ie Ride A op Emanuel 1 Gvrada presided. prevented by Ittrwts fromgelag

HONDAFr Bishop Lukas K. Aral of to Bombay to meet the GULF SERVICE CD
.. Yokohama performed the preliminary Pope.
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Sven The Florida Catholic Friday Dec. 23, 1904

Christmas becomes saddest day ..

says Appalachian missionary 'Amen' is testimony : ::

By Father Ralph Ilartmaa pressioas of Appalachia. Father 1 of Christians' belief :

NCWC News Service Betting meittosed. .t

\VASIHXGTpN-Hearing a radio how "
My \\1.ea you look at their Rjr a staff writer
I many shopping days
were left
before "
help feeling how Christaaa couldn't longing eyes,their tear talnedfaces nt you respond "Amen" the next time I the
incongruous this )ls for the pe0- often broken out la WHEN
pie I work with. They arent affected by the numberdon't of rashes from lack of proper h says "The Body of Chrlat"I to you as)

shopping days because they have the money Swiy food and hygiene, it's no wonder you receive Holy Communion, reflect what Joy and faith
L me uungs other peo they grow up without are present la your: Amen. It's timely especially now during

pie buy at Christmaatime.1 cracks in hovels here often hope and settle down to livea ; lyjr ; this joyful season of
Holy Ghost, all honor and
This was the comment of large families of children life that has no real purposeor 7"I Christmas
for and ,ver.to To
Father Ralph Betting, pastorof live -children who are told end to it at all." The word Amen was Introduced glory ever
this the faith.
a four-county area of east. and oftentimes without proper Father Belting is pastor of l 4rs. or taken ever from the fun should great doxology Amen.,

ern Kentucky where "the nourishment Father Betting St. William Church in Lancaster w usage of the synagogue into Somehow,reply most Christians
poorest of Appalachia's said. Kentucky But it was public and private prayer in
poor have the
lost real meaning of
live." in a new little church in Me apostolic times.Sometimes .
the word Amen. This Amen.
Battle to survive Keeb.. scat of Jacksoa # it merely marks
Father Belting in Wash. is the
was testimony of tile Chris.,
that he and his the end of
County assistants a prayer or hymn,
|lagton where he hoped to let .. tian that he believes In the,
"Almost 30 per cent of the and a number of lay or ls aa expression of assent -
recognition from the newly families in this county make volunteers had a Christmas (Us after tine. Creed). offering and thanksgivingmade
formed Office of Economic by Christ In the Mass.
less than (1000 a and party last for U children
[Opportunity for what he calls: the and Tke Great A... which we St. Jerome records that in
Income their
average for the parents. Santa Claus
"The Christian AppalachianJect whole ssy al be owl of the Caaoae his time, in Rome, the Amen
county is only |1900 a came and gave each child
a community year the only toy he got that Christ-
:Bred plan to provide jobs for The Priest told of father the people. with clap U, In these days, the
some of the poorest people In he knows who has one triedto mas.Gifts Ike retebrastl la the .:.c...... Amen of the faithful! is w

[America today keep his family of nine help some W Istle action which be bas jest timid (U some say It at ally),

la an interview Father children on about 120 a meek performed.la perhaps it is partly becausethe
Belting described the face of With his helpers. Father meaning of It
which he earns if he is lucky many ._ . .. _. the greatest of escapesthem
poverty that he sees around Betting last year distrib- --- ---- prayer due to the false trans
enough to get two day worka the Mass the Eucharlstlo
Jackson uted 12 tractor-trailer loads of latlon of "So be it"
County, Kentucky, a
week hauling coal for $S a Pre-kindergarten class at St. BrendanEach Canon '
er Christ of.
where he has centered his ef. load. food, clothing and furniture Father A.M. Rogues 0.P..
forts lately to provide dispirited that friends in northern Kentucky fort Himself to His Father for In his book, Holy Mass, putsIt
Sunday morning at 9 trine from the left VIre., John Hag the salvation of the world.
men with hope for a bet.ter "Last Christmas we 4. and Cincinnati had collected this way: "Amen does not
lile."Here. livered a lot .f toys te some for his people who o'clock, children from the age of threeto gerty: Miss Lorraln Moore, and WU This Is the essential act ef the mean 'So be It.' When Jesus

you see the shacks .f the ehlMrei stated Jackson number one Catholic in every five meet at St. Brendan Church, liam Mitchell two teachers from the Mass and concludes"with the begins a statement with Amenwe

and sheds people live in, Couaty," Father Belting 150 people. Outside the towns, Ormond Beach. Father Neil A. Sager.left high school CCD claaate; and Father beautiful doxology: ly him do not translate It, '10 Ns
and with him and I ht him t
ist .
propped up with field stones; satd. "I never "w anything the ratio is about one to 1000, discuaae the program, a part of James F. Herlihy. thee it,' but verily,' 1 e. 'to\ truth,
God the Father
siding that has fallen and tar. se striking !. my life as they the Priest". uld. the Confraternity of Christian Doc- .In the almighty The Amen that ends the sign
paper trying to cover up grabbed ISM toys art begged His antl-povert project has unity of the of the Cross or the Credo is
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them and wouldn't put them already provided work for a On agriculture not the answer to a wUh. It isaa

down even for i mtate." number of men with large Variety in books affirmative conclusion .

families to support. This Sl.NOU. Southern Rhodesia
ORLANDOWINTER He told of a man be gave a "A... mesas lilt| tree. U
work is several farms the NC
on ( ) -Th. first agriculture
lilt to last Christmas The tarries blot .1 enthusiasm..
PARK fellow had two sacks with Priest money hopes from any to source buy with he school Church to be run her by the will Catholic be New insights given to old truths It .U the. word of filth, .,

him that he hoped to fill with "raise! and of tlla ,ch"r.
can contact. Incorporated asa opened in January, 1>>65. A .
kindling wood to sell to some non-profit and non-church-: two-yeu court will be given HWIRTt'KS fer Our If this U wthe age ef the maturity, social' charity ....... II U much better aot Iraaslat
woman for a quarter a bag. laity" here U book! ed at .U .
affiliated organization the at St. Joseph's farm run by Time by Father Indeed a nest, 'fortitude, joyfulness,
An eight-lnch.! snow had fsl- Christian Appalachian Project German Jesuits. of spiritual reading and moditation creative purity and & aat..
FAQUETTf MOTORSACTKOIIXKD len and the twigs and William. L, IWy.. B. Herder "St. Augustine preached this '
that could assist eaclperson the
giving author has brought
has also provided better Students will DO fees rather .
: BBALKB pay surprised
... :..e.\ r......... branches on the ground wouldbe homes for U families la thelast but will have to grow part tI Book eo.. St. Lout 187' In arriving at spiritual' the traditional vlrt".' front that we are going to spen4
..... hard to find the Priest recalled
.1.4.W.r U,7S- maturity the abstract terminology of
their food themselves, pp.
.. year Amen AUWlula
r 4 On lie later took the man __ ___ The author Priest of the l lettuce hall to snake them. eternity repeating ,
Cm. Ckcnk '.0.. __ ,.. ...... u a the because these Uo
home to discover six children
C4. S4UJ Now York archdiocese) states, alive and meaningful In solid words are the only ones catwble -
living la a troom shed :. -this Is not a work of mead sad true human relationships. of pressing our' know

with no running water or theology" By Father lUalface I. ledge of dtvlne grtataess or

Herman J. HtWrich electricity Ileweter, be.. bas succeed tt'Inubn.M., \!; .!., the Joy that we experltnce. enaccount

& Sons Small joy here .la itmsiag the. Importance tI Conference executive of Major secretary 8upertere ., 01 It,"

..... .s4 ....... 9 some slgalfksal tlrtats 'to ef me*.
ec lanai 1'.... ... Tmtain "It was hard to tell that Nt Uase sad la. rttetlaj u...
.mesas ..*>. .....,,," this was Christmas day," Father / U ... conleiaporary sttosUoa. ORLANDO
Belting said.& "There chit CHrri
wasnt a sign anywhere la
this house that this was According le Father Doty UWti.COHKTUUIHATlNa\ WINTER PARK

Christmas day at alt that the Cbrtstiaa's "posture it CO -
ELLISDRUG Christ has come and brought always one of revolt again* tMesMss.).4 leas
a coaventioaalUra which| l IMO wry a....... SM MM
joy to the world. Eight people 0 ht would enforce the acceptance ....... SU-S.MGary's "BIG JOHN'S"SUB.
slept la two beds one without
of godless values er forbid&
a mattress. The kids would SHOP
the developsneat' of the .
4722 s.. Or. M. T,.. throw their clothes over the u work et Christ wrihla redomptlve Duck Innova IIGUIAR M

bare springs and cover thorn- the ,..,\\4. The Catholic Is' lAUlAwi ,71
.... I55-T2M. Orl.rd.JACK U ,
selves with a blanket TO A *iti. ten .
ROAST ltl .71
has !. a idly Chrtitiaa sense, the Pt.... a.are.e *..
r How sadly neglected man la revolt" **'or _., ..r..... MIAT MIL ..1STel.
Christ been la this area where Ute ..s... u ...... CM Orden
entire book
day.Christmas is Just another UM Throughout reader will find ways of XN .% e. it ... 1)04 N.. Oron.. Are.

\ : living"" fran day te day, law L....R... "'. 41MJMrvita .

At a Uttle settlement called 'e. le follow Christ la a word bo.
"Tiflet Out," the Priest told ,1. let by pleasure end greed, BARNESDtUrRKV

bow bis efforts t. give clothing. '1 with a disregard 'for the tea. AND .,........

te a family met with some sequences ef sin. ITtVOUN tWKRIXU. tae ma .n... r"ro*
difficulty. nut MTIMATK, ermo tureens
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Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, Dec 23: 19M

i Nations urged to join in

Bishop Kenny graduate Yr brotherhood to avert strife I

( ...(.... t,. .... I) itate to make our own once
raised to Priesthood freedom to practice the religion more the pleas of the innum.
of one' choice. erable poor and suffering of

(c..u.... t,.. ".. 1)) ther Williams offered Mass at tine the Priest's grandmother Turning to those elements today, in need of genuine" and

North American College. Bishop Kenny Convent. Fa. Mrs. Williams, his mother _. that divide present day society substantial relief.
Father Williams arrived by ther Mortimer Danaher, president and others In the family s the Pope said nationalism
of Kenny assisted the were the guests of Father places people in opposition to
plane Jacksonville last
new Priest. Serving the Mass Danaher for luncheon at the .s one another and appealed to Remember
Friday and there to meet him was Randy Williams who is in convent honoring the new governments and people to prayers
'were his mother; Randy Williams graduate work at the Univer Priest Friday following the be watchful and to moderatethis fo Our
his brother; an aunt, sity of Florida, Gainesville.The Mass. facile instinct of prestigeand Lady during

Mrs. Edward J. Freyberg:, newly ordained wore aset rivalry."
and her daughter,'Mill Donna of vestments given to him While he was visiting his Racism, he said, "separatesand Christmas: Pope
by Mrs. Letha Davis, one of parents in the Cape Kennedyarea opposes the different
Freyberg; and Miss Eileen the friends present at the private Father Williams offeredthe branches constituting thereat VATICAN CITY (NC) _
Hill, a family friend, an of 12 o'clock Mass last Sunday .
Mass in Jacksonville.Mrs. human family resulting Pope Paul VI wished an early
Jacksonville. in St. Mary Church tijT in pride, mistrust, exclu- Happy Christmas to a crowdin
Later in the morning, Fa. Salvador of St. Angus- Rockledge. sivism discrimination and St. Peter's Square on De-

sometimes even oppression." cember 13 and told them to

The Pope warned against a remember that "the lamp!
jT which brought the Light (of
militarism that Is
BO longer
Christ) Into the world is Our

,' or focused dedicated on legitimate to world defense peace. Lady.
tf :. To make Christmas happy,
/ He said the enormous quan. the Pope continued "we must
'i ; ; tity of money spent for weapons review our life in the light of
,,,, .. and armies "feeds the Christ. We need to be enlightened
; '. : public mind on the thought of by the Lord in order to

> , power and war, and inducesmen understand our lives who ..
.... to make mutual fear the are, what we must do, where
'.t. : : treacherous and inhuman basis our steps are leading us."
: :: ; ; \ "
; h of world peace.
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',, ,..It'"" I",'W ';''t'I;,1 i:',-f"\1H t 'J expressing our hopes that the Pope exhorts
"" .. 'i ;; ; t rulers of nations will find
; '.., f ';h''' <, a
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." /:: \ j : ,:::. way magnanimously to promote prudentlyand the process Congolese to

..,/ of disarmament" he have
.' courage
I\-' : :: ,,,, :: said.
... .
; : "We would like to see a gen (tutS..N ... It
." erous-minded investigation of Congo without the hope of
how-at least in part and by earthly recompense. Whea
states-military expenditurescould and where conditions permit,
.. 'Mle be devoted to humanitarian the Pope said, missioners will
ends; and this not onlyto resume their apostolic work
the advantage of the par. among the people who need
,* ticular countries concernedbut them desire their return and
also to others in the courseof who did not fail to give them
development or in a state proof of their loyalty.

Father Williams greeted -.. ,.. of need. Pope Paul said it Is easy to

The first graduate of Jacksonville's: Mrs. John D. Williams of Jacksonville. Florida Priests take part "Hunger and misery" he sickness become considers i discouraged only his if own one
and Ignorance, continued
Bishop Kenny High School to be or. Father Mortimer Danaher (right), strength. But he warned
Father Michael S. is assistant Priest at the "still cry out for rem.
Williams right was,
darned a Priest for the Diocese of St. president of Bishop Kenny, who taught edies. against this saying that Godwin
at his ordination for the Di. Father Ambrose DePaoli center of
Augustine Father Michael Salvador the man religion there wel- pictured ) bless the sacrifices made
Williams (left) Is the son of Mr. and corned young back the Priest last Friday. ocese of St. Augustine in St. Peter's Miami, now in the English section: of "In this age of plenty and for the extension of Ills king
Basilica, Vatican City. Serving as his the Vatican Secretariate of State. of brotherhood we do not hes dom.

Mass guideSUNDAY J.

December 27 .I ] '" I
Sunday within the Octaveof -sr. .
Christmas. (Mass of Sunday m'J esAI. : '0
f .. .
Gloria, 2nd Prayer of .it ; .

St. John Apostle, Creed, : .1 fi/# : '
Preface of Christmas. '
) .. ....
MONDAY December 28 .. .-1 :
Holy Innocents. (Mass of / 6I
feast, Gloria, 2nd Prayer of I
the octave of Christmas, -
Creed, Christmas Preface.) ,

TUESDAY, December 29 .
E Tuesday within the octaveof \ I
Christmas. (Mass as on Y \Y
December :30 in missal

Gloria 2nd Prayer of St. .
Tit 0 m a. of Canterbury

Creed, Christmas Preface.) >>" 11 .

WEDNESDAY, December 30 S
Wednesday within the oo ; i
lave of Christmas. (Mall "
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as on December 30 l in missal -- --

Gloria, Creed, Prefaceof New Priest's classmates teach
Christmas.) at Kenny Americans become Priests in Rome

THURSDAY, December :31 The class of 1957 brought forth at last week by fellow Peter The next Italian
Thursday within the greeted Kenny These newly ordained Priest, Altar of the Chair of St. gustine. day, an
Christmas. (Mass octaveof as on from Bishop Kenny High School in students at the High School who now among whose number war Father Surrounding the sanctuary those cousin of our new Priest received

December 30 In missal Jacksonville the first vocation to the teach at Bishop Kenny; from left Miss Michael. S. Williams of thia Diocese, who had come all the way from First Holy Communion at the first

Gloria 2nd Prayer of St. diocesan<< Priesthood. Father Michael Monica Delhi Sister M. Denise S.S.J. received the Holy Priesthood on America for the ordinations were Mass celebrated by Father Williams

Sylvester I, Creed Prefaceof Salvador Williams lifelong member of (of St. Paul parish In Jacksonville December 16 in St. Peter's Basilica aeated. Relative of the newest In Rome.

Christmas) the pariah of the Assumption. Just or Beach), Mrs. Vicki Coward and Miss Vatican City. The Priest were ordained Priest of thia Diocese were present J

FRIDAY January 1 damned In Rome, Father Williams was Catherine Drown. at Mau celebrated at the from Cathedral Parish in St. Au.
Octave day of Christmas. .. --- --- -
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I (Mas of feast Gloria, 18 for the students, and on and "Silent Night.I Accompanied orientedCOCOA
Creed Preface of Christ- Bishop Kenny December :0 It was once by the band, the chorus Pope Paul VIConsecration Space
ma.) again staged for the public. also sang "0 Holy Night." BKACH-Pupll ef
TillS IS A HOLY DAY OF High School Under the direction of and "Ave Maria." Our Saviour School chose thespate

OBLIGATION. JAK OS'1W01": Joseph "1c(lOI\a&l. a four Under the student directionof gives divine capsule which. carriedCol.
SATURDAY. January 2 of 100 students rang out In part chorus, composed of Sam Hill the Band played powers John Glenn Into orbit-
(Mais of the Blessed<< Virgin yuletide music as the Bishop Glee Club members added "Huldingsun March" "El. Friendship S ven-as the
for Saturday Gloria Preface u.._.i r- .... at. sponds to you you will call the end of time, with this supreme aam for its civics club Officer
Kenny Choir and Band com something new to the pro Ricario and "llauitraut-
of the Blessed Virgin.) truth" MuM him brother and son. desire and this supreme of the newly charteredunit
Dined to present the annual gram by chanting the gospels sera March. The Band added to be gained by (
SUNDAY, January 3 Christmastime program says of the three Christmas Masse "Symphony Number S In cUb Upanishad). Your wisdom will be twofold certitude: "Come ta the seventh grade are
Feast of the Holy Name of Mary Karen Verse, student as well a* the traditional E Minor Light Cavalry.," But even more love I Is your : divine and human. As Lord Jesus, come!" (Apoc. the resident ..lcf.prtII'K'CIr'duIr ,
Jesus. (Mais of the feast. reporter, The r""r.1I.a.* carols: Joy. to the World." and the 'Coronation March" strength. your prophecy you win have =:. MI). and corresponding
Gloria. Creed, Preface of presented In the gymnasiumon '?!M First Noel"" -Angels to the program as well as Shepherds of souls you the doctrine which Uw divine. secretaries. treasurer a a d
Christmas.) the afternoon of Decemberthe We Have Heard On )High," various Christmas favorites. have nothing to ask; but you Master taught us. You will Invoking this grace from sergeant at-aras. as follows:
ba.ur)1h1.nC to glveyourown have the ability to understand the miA wart of our Eo- Raine Fmza. Michael Rels.
d' charUUc Master' we bestow Patricia Roth. Judy Bronow.
selves. Your autbontlderi" the heart of man, his great'
.. : from this that you ness his folly his sufferings, upon you aQ our affectionate ski. Paul Cox and Daniel Rod-
t apottoite hJessiag. rtgnes.i .
: : can call every man )ou meetyour his misery; your knowledgeand
friend and if he r*. science wta be the set*
a ; ..c.t*M rv. WWM** umwTjf
race of life. ". -- rr -

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", : At I a.M. to win offer Maw fM- the Lord .Is with jrwt.WtomoOTtr \ H(NW A. MONTfAU51STj
.. the pariah chwth ./ H.Rjph ,.. *. there MO.nANOOUV .4X>47CAU. a+G
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Teachers who taught Father MK schccl b U. :=w a dl.rssn. Mr Kncil d* t *:* FstHrr VtItaCft f... tee hUassg .c 1M. .. a.e e. ...we. HUGH EDWARDS INC.

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last Friday at the Jacksonville IVk Fattor Mettawr I1uh .. wife Ca'Jail* sad. JnW .t'M t.... w.-.I. X JL ISth AM. A ISU ors
school. He is the first graduate of aher &tc ML Fea .su S.S.J. tt' fl....

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