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: January 1, 1965
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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
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issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00053
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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da Salvation 'begins ffif birth

catholicVOL. of Christ, people reminded

ST. .UirSTl Archbishop; Joseph Hurley, presiding Archbishop Hurley to the congregation off places, In advanced posts led us forth from captivity"
in Cathedral parish's midnight Islam at Christmas, and he read the of honor and of danger. To the amt: of heart, Isaiai
\M, Xo. 9 Orlando Florida Epistle: and Gospel of Midnight offers a word of encouragement .
Friday, January 1, 19G5 told a thousand persons at the Mass: Christmas is the lie continued
Mass and the Gospelsof "Take comfort fear
beginning of Christ's of sin the first chapterin .
conquest Christmas, even In the
the second and third not, Our Lord shall com and
the story of our salvation Masses of the feast nmlst of trouble and alarms' save us" Joy comfort,
Monsignor John P Burns, pastor of the Cathedral, ISNI Joyous time Whatever he salvation, redemption,
Arms was the celebrant of the Solemn High Mass offered the Addressing Monsignor I the tempest| without, Christ
race And 'last heardof
Burns and the other Priest you
money Cathedral Lyceum ', ma ,,engcndcrs a mood of in'srropeare
pi"eent. the Sisters of St.Mph or John the Baptist, ChrUtsforerunner
*&O Milo
Parish Masses in this hintoned Oldest City in the and the yQ calling upon men
people ot. "m c. because it comniembrates -
could benefit United States are bring offered in the Lyceum on solemn cienl parish of St. VVUwrchbishop i Cj:: the coming of the Liberator to prepare the way of the
poor feasts and Sundays while the restoration of the Cathedralof .\ I Hurilv! fvjenXitwarm the Redeemer, the lord, leveling: the mountains
St. Augustine continue. The edifice itself is being ChristrtSvJi, ,iJftfs to God of mercy and of love, the and the hills and filling up
prepared for the forthcoming celebration! this year of all of thl.'lt1t rp" tall/ the Prince of .peace valleys, straightening crooked
VATIC\V CITY NO-Pope( Paula 1961 Christmas that not only threaten peace the Quadricentenntal of St. Priests, rrligiouv\nd, people It .is a season of overflowing paths and smoothing out those
message/ shows increasing cr>'ctalization! of a new idea but dl.'I'unallons of enormous Augustine Florida The historic crib used in Oi the entire nl()('. e. saying generosity because the _hlehl fre rough that all
the Pope has to help mankind: reduce armaments and amounts of money andmanpower the Cathedral traditionallywas flesh might see the salvationof
feast of Christmas
Christmas I'M the Our ('hrl trn.. Messing and commemorates
was first God: Again the refrain of
use the funds saved for world-wide social set up in the Lyceum and .
uplift. the history
time the feast had been cele. praters go out to all of you, greatest gift salvation
The message details mote thoroughly a thought ex- "\" have no hesitation In braird outside of the Cathedral attracts families and individuals to your loud sari, present the gift to men of a the Mau
pressed in embryo in the 13 Christmas message and expressing our hopes that the since the fire of 1B87 de during the Christmastime and absent, and particularly Good Redeemer Who buys us with Nenterddy the refrain of redemption rang

developed|_ further In. his special meNage to the world rulers at nation will rind a nested the interior of the CaiVdtal to those who are sensing their back from the terror of deathIn From the Introit today
given: to newsmen during ""OJ'tSKS; back page church Mon'derv Burns presented (hiirch or thrlr country In tars sin and gives us the priceless through the (prayers
medical rare which af. gift of life
his early December visit to 'feet so many peoples" = "" -" -" 1" '.I''lrat I ." :JI: 1I'1t ._ Nothing else U really Important which speak. of Joy and the
Bombay, India.In about Christmas expectation of salvation ,
his Christmas message This concern, reinforced by The essential gift of Christmas through the verse which
last vear Pope Paul dealt the Pepe personal expooure( God s gift of life to us exults in the stamping out of
with the tragedies that affix to the deep poverty he witnessed through redemption, will. never Iniquity and the reign of the
millions of humans throughno in I India is emphasizedanew fail or die. worlds Saviour through the
in his Christmas of St Matthew .
fault of their own met.take The Infinite warmth of glorious Gospel
Of the Christmas which announces that
.wld'i problems. continued the
The Pontiff then listed the Mary will bring forth a Son,
he said last year the! first is Archbishop, can be expertemed -
hunger aad unless this arms race as a principal far only hy him whose definition Jesus hy name, who will save
he rending situation is relieved tor in the wseM's turmoil although rf Christmas Is the the people from their sins

bv opportune remedies' he did not give the coming of Christ, our Redeemer Tonight on this, blessed
wa must foresee that it will emphasis to militarism he assigned < This U Chrlstmsi night of Joy In the redemption,
grow worse, not better" to it "later. the natal day of Jesus Christ you have already listened to
"We entrust to you our special The link Pope Paul saw between Our Saviour the good news of' the Gospel,
message to the world t the arms race and suf The Nativity, Christmas Is \'nu have listened to the
Would that the nations could fermg emerged mare clearly In many ways the most appealing prayers and to the readings,
cease the armaments race in the dramatic. statement he p f ft of all the acts In the All through this day the
and devote their resources gave newsmen on the final divine drama of mans re Church will continue to pro.
and energies instead to fraternal evening of his visit to Bombay ilemptKin. The Passion and claim the same glad tiding
assistance of the developing Dec-ember 4. F 4 f ; t ; 1 the (Death of Our lord Ire of' lr'ace to men of good will,
nations The Pwttiff, who had spent u ( deeply moving; the Reiurree- S\nTlOback pact
considerable 11 I 11ft. hi his lion from the dead Is an event
Would that every nalinn strenuous four-day visit seeing nf tapllvaling majesty that Asks
thinking 'thoughts of peace and taHiMf ta the poor ? ., ell raises us with Him to i brief
not ., alfUrliiHT snd .sr startled newsmen with this eiperleme of glory 'Hut the
would contribute rvrit a part moviag statement at what \ Nativity Is warm with the joyous toworkforpoaco
of its expenditures for arms was supposed ta be a social singing quality that wins
I* a great world fund 'far relief press reception 4 all hearts I think It IN lie<"sun* \'.\fle.\ ( IT\ (:NOI'm ) -
*f mane problem of Militarism he said Is lead at ('hrl"li a. hir Ulesaed '* Paul \1 has sent a telegram
nutrition, clothing, shelter ing to stockpiles of weapons h 'lord Is seen In the selling nf' to the people of the
BlessingCathedral of Christmas expressed in St. AugustineMonsignor His human family with (onto exhorting them to work
Mary, His mother, and with for bases In that troubled land

Pope Paul urges curia John P Burn, right, outside of the historic Cathedral of the Mission of Nnmbre de 1>10111. Joseph' Ills (outer 'father at Christmastime.rtilre .

presented Archbishop Joseph PHurley since the fire of 1M7 The edifice<< Chaplains' to the Archbishop are The true fnllnwtr' of Jesus \ .""ed Archbishop

officials to t the people of Cathedral .ia cloned for,restoration, and will Father William K. Ennls, left, and ( heist Is always sne who, has Mia llobrrll. apntlolie aunrl
persevere parish in M. Augustine at Chr...... reopen at the kttM. part rj IMS ta Father Timothy J. Allman. The s deep appreciation .f ( 'hrlut! | I. the longs, the telegram
mil midnight Man in the Cathedral part of St AngunUws Quadrleentennial master of ceremonies, background, ion because he nas s deep said:
VATICAN CIT>' (.NO ,Po|'* Paul VI has urged offl- Lyceum. It was the first time celebration! At left .Is Father is Father Thomas n MiGrane. appreciates sf, and rfrvnllunIn "At the moment In which
dais/ of the Roman cuna to "g< ncroua frseverance. eon the Christmas frail was celebrated Michael \' Cannon, director Ih.'hrIIU.1I famlljr, the Church, celebrates the
tinuoua striving toward and efforts -- ----- '
perfection wise to -- -- ---------- -- -- The An hhtuhop went on' birth of Jesus, I'rlnra rf
jive Ideal and spiritual value to their tanks Pause awhile' my dear people I'....., we rains to God fei .
In his Christmas Eve audience to Cardinals living In Jubilee Mass Calendar turnsChanges to ei4urs| Chrlatmas' st vent prayers that this just
Rome and to officials of the curia, the Pope espn.nad"thanks Its source Tits first prayer of peace spread Itself" to all the
for the work which IM\Kt.L.\\I-l'r..t. from A each the Pape disclosed that Ibis.. other parishes will join with marked of 1964 US J prettrlMHt( S|..IMt! tilt dan Insistently. all fl'wlMIIIM.blt| persons .
aeconjiishta" fourth couacll session would. Fatlwr Uimain J OFaavtlhre year tiers which rnrMnpau us, to to unit their efforts ta
Holy' See be the last rtowevar, he set Jamiarv lilt the rvktara- send us a liberator to free. us give their country .peaceful
The CUM II the collective no date for Its eftemngtpraVIng boll *f the silver Jubilee of his fly Hill thug A fXiruk (4 Nannvllle, was The awtmd. Sunday of Advent days and In work for concord
term for all orffkt*. COMrega ordination to the Pnesthmil lfs M will be remembemi bent as the year enthroned and A u 1111 l l n a r y proclaims. that the l Lord will among their fellow countrymen .
tux** and csfmmssssM which especially I* the Solemn Huh Mats will be eel,. PERHAPS bee changeaPope III..nltl F:. Sheehan of come In save us W i art <>n the Moved dingo-!
assist the Pope in Rome to curls, Tope Paul said: ebrated m St Jo *ph Church Paul l VI made a jet plane .pdlgriesmge tn this ImalNi, consecrated Pofw cslleil IIJIIHI' to purify. our less Ie| lie on their nmhops'
earn out his nmoon o( gmd bt'I'htt' (Jiarrell at 10 waned Monsignw' Thomas minds ant hrnvi.
1M prrirst| nn l sir In* nn our | Cath"he
Mai'webrs '" [.1' ra ,' Holy (lAM at the beginning of the year, and a aimilar ,
d Aftttviaidit A.
and IfcMwIlan. nf
the II) Hishofi OgdifMtMrg ,
list serving ur \ a-" i o m I In g nf Clirut the aims and daughters! wt Inv va
Ch tr'tIn ;? e r' -' "'r'r atlt '.t '. 'J l: i '" wit, I IIf' Journey to Hombav. India for t*.>*> 3Hh inriMUMMlKucha ( I Munsignorlment havu Hir a great oul| wnn< of heavenly
add :i 'i> c J 'tit: ::i t;:;r) 1- C r n f" hr rust ic ConRrean near the clone of the ytwr M Leonard l Autllisry Hmfwiji And nn the third Sunday t. nf blessings, with a spr a\\
1e31: ,r.:' '.;) t'i ::nl g ]?- r: ere e.i K .:1 !f-J-I ;:.:.' 4 >'ShtA It was t the year when Knglash. ,. was mtiwiwH "In DM of I'lttslmriti, Monslgnnr HllIlitm Advent the Church tries out thought/ for those, slut' mlfir
lot l a.: t *' i. POI'F: I'M I. hark pace are Mar sad In the.. adminwtratkM of the ara.wnts. through. J. MclNmaM' lAd Mnn. 'Itepnre) in the ford rr t<"''fII and who art affix ted, and wa
ont the United Mates .1fMt John S. "I"|r''4 Am. n i "1Ih. the |lord who hath impart[ with a great heart our
events of the year, M repaet.od ( II \\(,t.I.! hark pate brxr| | \tilt> urth who hath paternal blessing.
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Priests in jail January 1 1' 'i' .

for 'conspiracy'BOSS ; :
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Germany ( \( l At Irian.h AUmnagoras high I ;. ..
.least sis of nine persons| rr lighted Pope Paul' VI'i t. *. ,ji.
costly arrested' in Hungary nr Holy Land $..,..... .
a i tiu far alleged C'OII'P"< v against ArdIb hop James P. Ikwlstrasjsfsrrad .
the state are Pnetu at s fWd frsm SSMI JISM ,
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t sere. aging KNAMrtMr M..K' AMSiHary. Bishop L-1:
: reports lIMed Fstksr csMecratad ware Bishop Mm,
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tfwr Lasts Ksmn'STl as amoagtfeasw ) J.*.... T r Jet,, Harnsburg M. : I
armstssj LaMr wars) nUwH MIl Bishop ItaraardM Iil
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and. m take Job a ........ Rica. .as iNStknsjNnarty .. ,
nanssstt in srdsr is tnaMto f*> Cattste ...... Schools reopen January 4
parish celebrates Christmas a thnn *. OM tmanra anon esgseMefnsam rebore
1I4c bald ..., .. ..... sodas A.mY1ey ltslqJam. Mater Mary( Daffllan 8" J (Ls.:,saaS' fl: :.J! to examine her work. Slater

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Cathedral Lyceum .w.th the .pastor to rartrit> \* the IrsdjUonaJ m night Pttnb I" Faer. Jail CMMTI r...Eta.. uses Yen ..... by fifth grader Elmer toll Mary" O P will resume visits to

Monaifitor John P Bums as cetebrant ccremoniM ia eeteftratuM of dsnat- weee accreted r-ftlfh TN March whit Martha' Mutton aetna hr turn the' dosaji seboAla when the students
the A"' hbwhrp Jnarfth P Hurkeyires. at flf (' iarl.e School In Ortan* return to classes oo January i.Theflor .
art pr'urH a: the altar on stag mu "liar.. .....c IIV>SB has a+t
c.fbe Ca'lKdra. Ljcrum. The St { I'd ao'i {a\. the bey. tine made p.bUc. It.sJ. Of Bi.b.p Joeph for the Oparmnt of Education of


Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan 1, 19G5 Sum and substance


I lReportsSarasota Priceeras." raise one's eyebrows

Great Fashions -
poverty a virtue? No, it 13. Called
IS it was written by Eugenia
St PetersburgSt ,ii a political problem. I I Sheppard. In describinglatest

Queen of Martyrs JosephThe dare say that this It the opinion fashions, she claim

Now that the original plans St. Joseph parish guild of most Americans As Father there are sables and sable
have been formulated for the will hold a card party on January I individuals we ire a generous but the prize goes to Mme.
country fair at Our Lady 9 at 1 p.m. in the parish people: last')ur donations John B. Potok's sable Soft as a pow.
Queen of Martyrs parish, the hall, 2025:! Lakeview Avenue to needy causes on the Sbeerlnthis der puff, it makes every "'oman -
groundwork is being laid fora South, St. Petersburg. Dona. the domestic scene totaled $10 who wears it look likea
number of attractions including tion is one dollar and the pub billion. That same generosity movie queen. She refuses
booths, rides, games, lic is invited.Cardinal. Ir is evident In the foreign aid to tell the price of the sable
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refreshments, dinners and a l r r because of husbands and tax
given by our government
Saturday night dance for theyouth. collectors "but everybody
underdeveloped countries. The wealth In trust for the
that Russian sable
says popular impression seems to
poor. "
An organizational commit. isn't exactly raccoon. Some
be that foreign aid coupled
tee met this week with Father for several coats in
best thing with birth control programswill Some of the Bishops con women have
Joseph P. Moran; co-chair. ..... :- eventually solve the global tinued in this vein and emphasized this design, and In different
men Mrs. Stanley Ilytreck, man is trouble problem of poverty that the practice of lengths.
James Haggerty and Lambert Officers of Resurrection Guild poverty is and must be evan Then she goes on to discuss
Dunn; Mrs D. J. Michael, BOSTON (NC) Richard Then why talk about the gelical. It Is a form of bearIng ballroom gowns. "The sari
president of the Women's Cardinal Cushing has a one. Father Thomas J, Burns was Donovan Dean, parliamentarian; Mrs. need of voluntary poverty. witness to Christ Who was dress, laid to cost $3000.. is
Guild; and Mrs. Karl Brun. word prescription for the best pleased with the response of the women Rodney Lake, president; Mrs. Thomas Or the need of a spirit of detachment poor. another charmer." Then ef

log, publicity. thing for man-troubles. of Resurrection parish in Lakeland Williams, secretary; Mrs. Paul Dow. Why not spend from f worldly 100 for goods Blazer? As Maritain showed in a course there is Sarml's green

OrlandoSt. A statement by Boston's In organizing a Women'a Guild. Newly ping, vice-president; and Mrs. James Buttons or $3000 for a sari little book of his American chiffon embroidered in pink

AndrewSt. Archbishop apparently was elected officers, from the left, are Mrs. Campbell, treasurer dress? I guess most Priestsare experiences some years ago, Jewel This is quite common
intended to cause serious reElection the Americans are not idola this year, don't you know.
at timeas
Andrew parish Holy by those who look puzzled tors of money. They give more "Plenty of husbands batted
to what to about the
Name Society is sponsoring a"men's say than do the their when they heard
only upon the happiness that freely Europeans.Yet eyes
of Bethlehem and
night"/: on January 17 they may get out of life. Prelate asks for changein Nazareth.poverty the fact is that w. are that Sarmi's! red velvet and
between the hours of 5 and
attached to what money can chiffon hit, a few seasons ago
9pm. at St. Andrew hall. "If all the troubles of the Well, I was equally puzzledat bring. With money we can cost $800 but this year's beauties .
The menu will consist of world were eliminated," the U. S. immigration laws the Council when I first put on show. We don't care are around $1000." As
steamed shrimp and all the Cardinal said, "and all the heard one of the Innumerable for pomp and ceremony but for raincoats, there Is the
trimmings. All you can eat problems solved, we'd be sermons delivered on the sub- we do like show alligator patterned raincoat
for $1.50 per person. Enter. mote tired than work ever PHILADELPHIA (NC)-Archbishop John J. Krol of Archbishop Krol said no ject of poverty. As an American We like to plurge and spa! tainment will also be pro. made us. We would be boredto Philadelphia has declared United States immigration laws one seriously proposes that I considered this empha rather than save money and $200
vided. If you plan to attend death. should changed to reflect "the confident optimism of unrestricted Immigration be sis as a sort of mystical approach usually we justify lavish expenditures Women are facing this problem
please notify one of the following "The who has lot of U. S. to the problem of the
man a the American people.." restored to the on the ground that how to be the salt of
I committeemen no troubles may not think of rational selfishness should underdeveloped countries. I free circulation of money society and the light of the
later than January 5: J. C. himself as blessed, but thereis Speaking at the third annual not form the basis of any Yet he observed that Pope could understand foreign aid helps the free market economy local community without fall-
Wheatley CY 3-1756; Robert a sense In which he is. For Philadelphia conferenceon American policy." John's encyclical I'acem In by the U.S. Government butI ing into the prevalent Idola
Crooke, 293-2050; William my own part, I believe that immigration, citizenshipand Terrls recognized( Immigration found it difficult to see any try of show Or should we
Brockman, CY 3.2109; orE God Intends some of us to refugees on December While noting that many as a right of men and asa connection between the practice As I see It, all this creates the of Nazareth
P. McDonald, 2954278. have a lot of troubles of our 15, the Archbishop said the public officials have called duty of Hates. of poverty and the reliefof a special problem for the say was an poverty accident of history .-
existing 1(52 immigration for a revision of the 1952 law, hunger. American Catholic woman.If .
own and a gift for taking on said the call "In the Providence of God that has no significancefor
law shows America to the Archbishop The talk by the lay auditor
St. PetersburgDANIEL the troubles of others world "as a nation whose "has not been long, loud or all men created to His image James Norris, shed lighton It is true, as the sociologists our American cities and
"When God gives a man a dynamism Is grinding to a clear enough to prompt the and likeness are bound by a the question. lie cited the tell us, that American towns TUrban
gift like that, He' always gives halt and whose genius to absorb people In large numbers to solidarity which transcends fact that the nations around women own and control most
WINTER CO. him the graces needed to and become enriched by recognize that a change in national, political, geographicand the North Atlantic (land that of the American wealth, then problems
Hospital School Bench make the gift a consolation diverse elements is beginning the immigration policy is for racial barriers. All men Includes us) constitute only the American Catholic womanis
and a source of satisfaction to to ebb." the national Interest. are members of the same 16 per cent of the population faced with a severe temptation LYONS rranre'CI.( > <-
403 Florida Theatre Bldg.St. himself," the Cardinal said Still more Important, he The Archbishop confessedthat human family. All have aright of the world but own 70 per the desire to put on "Man and the Urban Revolu
Petersburg enacting a new set of to the riches of this a show tion" will be the topic of the
said, is how America looks at cent of its wealth.
Phone (620391ALPINE "More men have been made itself. laws or changing the present earth and the responsibilityof Consider, for Instance a next French Catholic social
great by crosses than by regulations would be a difficult making those riches avail These nations are Christian, woman's column that appeared week, scheduled to be held In
crowns; conversely, more "We must be true to ourselves task. But ha! urged that able to all members of the at leant In tradition, and we recently in the New York Brest from July t to 14, 1')65.
men have been made soft, as a nation, to the traditions the problem be studied seriously huge human family," must remember that we hold Herald Tribune. December it was announced by social
even ruined, by crowns than and principles which by experts. -.-.1.-- week headquarters here
The all nw Nursing Home by crosses. More men have have given growth to Amer A new Immigration law, he
for the finoit In Nursing been blessed through handicap ica. Fear, over-cautiousness said, should maintain a quan ST. AUGUSTINE
Horn Care. and adversity than have titative control consistent with
867.57J34S& been perfected through affluence New libraryJERSEY the needs and capacities of

21st Avt. South ," Cardinal CushIng con CITY (.NC) St. America as well as qualitative
Peter's College here has announced standards to guard <<
plans for a new library against( undersirable persons.
ROBINSON INSURANCE AGENCY costing some $1 million. However, he said these controls
Construction will begin next should reflect an honest .j
JOHN H. RAFFTERY (liJ' spring. appraisal of the national interest
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Bishop Barry High/ SchoolLearningin/ / 1 }, It'\,

I i a Christian atmosphereStaff

writer the science department Is the

ST. FKTERSBrRG biology program under the di ,.
Catholic ret lion of Father Robert
schools, like the
Farmer Mixing the "new'.pproach
Church itself must be 'al- Ci to biology. students
ways old yet always new" ) work u well equipped expel i 1:: w+ : 4s

They must continue to mental labs Gifted studentscan
transmit the accumulated take a more specialized
wisdom of the centuries second year course.
The arts are not neglectedat
while keeping with the
Barry. Direct method Ian.
new and exciting discoveries
guage instruction is used w
cf the present age. both for Latin and Spanish
Bishop Barry High School, It is hoped that the Radio
a diocesan institution in St. Club will be able to completea
Petersburg is acutely language lab in the future

aware of this. Since its in. English: << Is carefully Integrated M
ception in 1955 Bishop with other areas of actlvlties .
Barry has set its sights on and study > --

providing the very best in Aurelio Mora's senior English Bishop Barry High School I, St. Petersburg .
education guided by a philosophy students do the majorityof
that is authentically the work for the yearbook 15( school year Senior members

Christian and genuinely human Father Lawrence Cunning. art Russell Ruchan,
ham's freshman studentswrite Richard Her Peter Landry,
r their history and science Robert Lo\ldt'rl\tll'harl Lops,
Tht curriculum at Barry, papers in English This Michael Mahoney, Bernard I rt
at at all diocesan secondary 1 "crossing over" of subjects is Ososky, David \\'. Seusnel
schools, It a no nonsense soademie .\ designed to encourage the Burke Sullivan and Thomas
schedule with heavy ..J' students to see the relevanceof Tobin.

emphasis on language, art, O Father this good English usage in Juniors selected are Robert
Accept holy
math science, sad social spotless VictimFather other fields of study and to \tnon, Jim Rkhmond, Robert
studies taught around the give: them practical exercisesin McCrory, Paul Hosop, MI.
core of the curriculum, Mil Patrick Quinn. Instructor of Church's liturgy, students put to practice composition chad) Stevenson, Michael McLaughlin .
lion. Within this framework religion at Bishop Barry High School, the religious lessons learned in the These new advances In curriculum and Joseph Jublon-
is provided opportunity to ex. offers Mass for the student body each classroom. have achieved practical ski
pand and enlighten the subject week. Through participation in the results in student ac. Sophomores admitted *1
load in line with the very iomplmhmentTwo provisional members are
belt advances of contempo. the workings! .r( a stock mar. son, also a 't'nior. had accumulated sciences on the secondary senior Barry students, James' Arias, Hrlan Puffy,
nary pedagogy. ket. almost $2000 In profit I<.:hoolle\. Michael Lops and Ronald Daniel brt, Thomas Mi'U

Mathematics Is a ease hi Students were given 5000 The Fraser.Rall Corporationof New approaches |t. chemUtrt Kohl, have received presidential and John Worthington,
Orlando awarded the first nominations to the U S.
point. Students take the traditional have been
mythical dollars and phjsks
September Thli month In I iuUvlllc I .
and second place winners of Naval Academy Ronald Is past
courses of algebraand
and used In for the
each day the stock harry pastlee.
geometry, with advanced the project with actual share also a National Merit semifinalist Kentucky, The Southern
reports from the New York )tift.
math, trigonometry and In. of stock to permit the students while Michael and Association, a regional accrediting
and American I
troductioa to. symbolic l Exchangeswere to begin their own port. David tonergan, the recipient Russell Ruchan have both received agency, rrrognlied I
perused at the beginning of National Science the tremendous strides of
offend to senior students. folios The project has attracted a letters of commendation i
The so-called "new" math is of class Buying and telling Interest in St. Petersburg Foundation grant that permitshim Harry, by granting the school
was done through the d
taught at all levels class- and Mr. MacMahon has been to study at the Universityof In Florida high t school full membership In Its organ
elected broker, Paul Amon,
invited to speak at other North Carolina each sum placement test results over M Uallun
George MacMahoa teacher At the close of two months, schools about setting up similar mer, directs the P.S S.C. |per cent of the Harry seniors This full recognition follows
.f business mathematics, has Jim lielinger a senior. showeda programs (Physical Science Study Cur. scored above the 900 median. .
set up a program U give stu- profit of more than HHW In this pod-Sputnik ers riculum) physics course This Is better than 10 per cent credilationBishop some years. of provisional ac.: Arts, sciences meet
dents firsthand knowledge .r( (after taxes' 1 and Bob h Han- much interest is shown In the Another modern feature in above the average Florida
high schoolMkhurl Barry under the Father Lawrence Cunningham Inatructor of
)pilnclpahhlp of Father Philip
Mahnner, a senior, K HaUteail Is proud of Its English at Barry, helps Paul Gary, freshman
led the group with a 41! out accompllklmienls' but will\ nut with the composition of his science report. Ills
If a possible 411Th rest In its search for excel- tory papers alxo are worked on in the English
members of the National hence in the spiritual Intellectual classes.
fl1r1 ( Honor Society have and physical training of
been selected for the I'XU-! our Catholic youth t r, 'f; IT"

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Avidly scanning the business, Ooky with their teacher George to insurance, art studied in this tit> HUhop Barry, direct the 'varied
page for the latest stock reports UacUahon Th. practicalities of court offered at Barry High healthird: In a healthy else flute! Barry stU'Jrn's dui activities of a buoy school In addition.

I are Mike Halloran and Bernard the business world, from economics School body, the reason for light exec' log gytr.{slum work; uts, to "leadhg! freshmen through the in
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rather retoctaat. boa eeut:1tItft aaaiata In handing the reptile erapfcaJtaed to Barr/i be age prc,
I tor U fete, fed by PK H&ttra u TB* boar on* of the many grains. AM*** Men, s'SMsr FJM rt. tar ems a on4tscted tour */ **.. sf %*.ir*.re U an Important
toatwtor Father Robert Farmer ness of wildlife kept to the labors tnKttr. takes ItrnM left I Orcfiry dent< built m/xVI, of UM .;.u*P." phase of the advanced English

cud1l2t1 observes. Fr ak Smith '"7. Experiment aDd praxtics ate inn, ThoMM TAW and Art Isun. Srr.r-.|..ir a theatre The stmtv laM au vry <*r literature at EI&n7.T1trb .


The Life of Our Lord God' world


CommentA Magi see Herod on way View spiritual future resolutely/

with the graces which lie has

blessed New YearIT to Babe in Bethlehem SOME( persons some very given up to this moment
persons too make There Is no way of knowing

the mistake of exaggeratingthe just what eventual level of

li the effect NATURALLY Jerusalem difficulties involved I in Father goodness God has In mind for
amazing the flip of the God's choicest blessings during the with the living a Christian life An undercurrent However, assuming
us our
calendar or the stroke of midnight coming year. news that a group of Gentiles of anxiety marstheir Lee J. i4"3x'Trese own continuing good will we

had arrived from the East t relationship with God. be confident thatI"

can produce on mankind A blessed new year is not necessarily asking where they might find "Am I is good as 1 should shall may reach that level

New Year's brings with It a new the King of the Jews The rank J.Shred be1 they wonder. HAm I trying
one devoid of crosses but ratherit Jews, of course, already had hard enough* Do I love A child's development can

hope and a, tort of fresh start for all. is based upon the virtue of hope that a king, Herod, God as much as I should*" be retarded, even destroyed

It's not that men are so foolish as to God will give us the help to But the citizens knew that It would be very perilous, by such exterior obstacles as
carry sickness accident, malnutrition
be overconfident ,
the visiting were talking admittedly, to -
think that
miraculous changes can these emotional shock
crosses.A Thert
about the Messlas. concerning our spiritual There Is a real analogy between or
come into their live-lor that the world status It would be downright and phj.icalgrowth. can be no exterior obstacles

nil do a sudden turn about from run. happy new year is not necessarilyone At that time, the whole air sacrifice to irrational to assume that God .spiritual to our spiritual growth, how.
lacking In cares and woe but rather was vibrant with expectation the proper pagan will drag us into heaven by ever
ning pell-mell into chaos and disaster; of the coming of the Messlas. Jupiter Capitolinus. there is a dynamic
one that brings the fullness of joy in the heels, regardless of our In all growth Once baptized, developmentmoves
rather it is rooted In mans eternal When lit built the great JewlsbTempI. own cooperation or lack of it. quality. When a child'sleg forward. The
the midst of the cares of life. died, a yearor only ont
In Jerusalem, but in muscles and sense of balance
optimism. so later, three of them appeared Eves under the best of conditions who can Interpose an obstacle
of Palestine he developed
Our confidence in a happy new year (only a very aelf-deluded other parts we cannot have absolute are sufficiently to that forward progress I Is
We would all be in to the Goddess will) walk Thereis
a sad state if we built temples the child himself,
Messias individual
would have the Sin is
rooted in certainty concerning
trust and hope in God. our
Rome and to the Godlike Au drive within him which
lost hope.So risked appearing while Herod spiritual condition. the only trauma which can
Since God will not be wanting in our gustus. Ht was far too sophisticated present rear him to walk When a
was still there!) stunt or deform.
; In tune with the spirit of today, need we can be assured of a happynew The buzzing reached Herod a person to believe "have. nothing on my conscience Md'Pe mechanisms
that heaven would send a Men developed, the It Is folly, then to
New Year's, we wish all our readers at once he had a superb St. Paul tells thee are sufficiently worry
yurt secret police That what the sias; but ht knew that th Corinthians "yet I am not child will talk. unduly about our spiritual

Jews were expecting one, and thereby justified, but ht whoa future.
strangers were looking for When a child eves and
was the long-prophesied Mes the mere rumor that one had judges mt is the Lord," .
arrived could stir them to brain are sufficiently developed We never may allow ourselves .
Stored Scripture sias was no comfort to him. religious and national frenzy. However, it Is very seldom the child will read with to become complacent

I Supernatural or not, another that wt can have absolute very little encouragement. We never may decide: that wt

King of the Jews would mean The wisest course was It certainty about anything N'. There Is a drive within him art "good enough' ,"

King's fulfills that his own kingship was at strung! the rumor quietly at plot our lives according to which urges him to read So We always must be dissatIsfied

career propheciesTHERE an end And he had worked so birth. Ills first step was tt moral certainties not meta. It goes, from one developmental with ourselves as we-

hard to establish its: summon the chief priests and physical certainties Other- task to the next The A child of ten Is dissat.
is good reason to this case David, will be like a i The name Herod is from a scribes and ask them where, wise lift would be at a stand child has a built.in growth isfied until he becomes eleven

that Psalm 109 son to Yahweh. It is interestIng Greek word meaning "de- according tt the prophecies, still. which will bring him
At eleven he is dissatisfied
vat composed for the ceremony to note that this relationship scendant of heroes": but the Messlas was to be bora. In all probability, St. Paul inevitably to adulthood if no
is twelve
until At
of the solemn entry of is indicated in the prophecy neither ht nor anyone else was trying to deflate the obstacle is thrown in twelvehe
the Ark of the Covenant into ; FatherJohn of Nathan recorded in i knew who these heroes were. And they quoted the text of f brashness of some of his Corinthian is impatient to become a
Jerusalem Micheas (verse 2)) which shave e his way.Similarly. teen, lie is everlastingly dissatisfied
J. 2 Sam 7, 14. By lineage he was a nobody, converts. other
For a long time after thsIsraelites' the son and grandson of officials already discussed, to letters St. Paul shows no there Is a dvnamisra but\ he does not wor.
ClltelotInl Part of the second stanza show that the birth would bt hick ry, He knows that the next
conquest of the under the Hasmonean practical doubt as to his own In God's grace w
Promised Land, this strategic rr has apparently been lost kings, His forebears were in Bethlehem One may presume future, as when he tells the moves ns Inexorably rorurd.Today' step upward Is bound to come

city remained in pagan hands. Stanzas 1 and 3 consist of crafty men, but he was craftl- he put the question, not Philippians of his desire "to The remembrance that this
three verses ((1.3; J-7)), but with reference to the visit of lesser grace prepares -
Its local deity was El Elyon er. depart and to be with Christ law of development also applies -
(God Most High), and the the second hat Just one: By pulling the right wires the Strangers from the East, Anxiety has no place, then, us for tomorrow'sgreater to our spiritual growth,

king was at the same time the Ark of the Covenant "The Lord has sworn and I in Rome ht becamt king but merely as a devout person in the spiritual life of a person grace Today's short can contribute greatly to our

the official high priest. One symbol of the divine presence, he will not repent: himself, and king he remain- asking information of men who is making a reasonably step prepares us for tensor'row'a peace of mind and to the hap.

of these kings, Melchistdec, Into Jerusalem, where It was 'You are a Priest forever,, ed till he died thirty-three more learned than himself, sincere effort to use longer step. piness that we should find In

appears in the early pages of solemnly enthroned In a specially according to the order of Melchlsedec. years later lie got himselften The second step was to have God's day-to-day graces; no \\e are not as good right our faith If n strive to use

the Bible, when ht enters into constructed tent. .' wives a number which the Strangers brought to him more than a child! has reasonto now as wt can be. no But well the graces of today there

a pact of some sort with It was very probably on this seems to have had a special privately. be anxious about his ability perhaps wt are as good right can be no cause for anxiety

Abraham (Gen. 14.18-20)). occasion that a prophet, Na This single verse, however attraction for kings: Charlemagne It war essential that his people to become a man. now as God expects us to be about tomol row.
gives the essence of the message
has been credited with should not know that
When David became king than perhaps, composed this Just as the Melchisedecof .
their of Messlas interested
ten, so has Olaf of Sweden story a
psalm In honor of the letter
ever all of Israel, he victorious long both and Washington
conquered ago was king 1 so has the great Irish king him, for that would
Jerusalem. devout king David: priest to will David be. The
have fanned the to
"The Lord (Yahweh ) said to third stanza Idea Brian Bears who beat the rumor a
Situated as It was between Lord repeats an Danes at Clontarf: Henry blaze.
my (David): 'Sit at my stated
at the
beginning the
the territories of the northern right hand till I make 1 VIII was well on the way with lie told the that
your psalm, the consistent victories Strangers<< Persecution said in USSR
six, and he ten severe
and southern tribes, it madean enemies your footstool.1" of Gods vicar over the was years they should gt t. Bethlehem,
ideal capital.! Hut David younger than Herod when he
To sit at the right hand of forces of evil So effortless should enquire for the Child
died to accurate to against religion the Itudyla'I
was; not content to make it purporting scientifically
and should and tell
will return STATISTICS
someone was to share In his these victories be that
merely a center of political fate of the speak of populations in the and in 1929 the soviet
prestige and David the king will have merely t to In Palestine Herod was a him, because h. tot was
unity; he wanted it to bt a religious power. asking Catholic Church" in the Soviet Union," and said thevarious criminal code was made to
of Gods people, Is to stop for a moment and drink I tyrant But In Rome ht was anxious tt worship the of
renter also. lit had Soviet Union and occupied "distinct national or.ganllml" prohibit organization
share In the divine from a nearby stream to be only a courtier,
ousted the pagan priest.king, kingship He did not send one of his countries over four decades art not the same any prayer gatherings and to
11 Elyon was no longer the lie will be successful In hit refreshed and to go on. lie held his throne solely spiel after them which might art given In s congressional as the "so called! ethnic provide severe punishmentsfor

God of Jerusalem. battles against his, and God's, All of these prediction by the kindness of the Roman have seemed the most certain document which has made Its groups here in the United those who broke the law,

Yahweh the ont true God, enemies As a sign of his victories were fulfilled In the career Emperor Augustus, WhORl way of learning what they appearance.A States" These punishments ranged
was to take up residence the, bodies will place his foot of David but preeminently In 1 little finger could have broke had discovered: for, when study made by a team of Ht reminded too, that from three years' imprisonment
on of his the life of
fallen Him
there, at least symbolically, foes figured. whom he pre en him, The Romans kept there was question of a Mes research specialists for the there art many forms of to the "highest measures -

and David would serve Kim The original text of him in power because he was sias, even a spy might be judiciary committee of the genocide, and that the form of socialist defense -
as king and priest. As a matter quits obscure and has verse been Our Lord was In all truth useful and anyhow they carried away with excitement United States house of representatives it took under Khrushchevwas death by shooting,"

of fact, the kings of the variously interpreted the Son of God from all eternity found him on his many visitsan !. He must keep the whole contains a paragraph "mort subtle" than it Admitting it is hard to establish -

Chosea People did IB J joy ; "before the dajstar." affable and amusing person matter between himself and which says: was under Stalin, "but nevertheless precisely the number

priestly privileges by reasonof 'Yours Is princely powerIn these Gentiles. "Tke fate .f the Catholic the objective Is the of victims of Russian genocide

their being the anointed the day of your birth, In lit Is King of kings and The Messlas of prophecy The Magi seem to have Church la the USSR! and same namely, the so-called because soviet statistical -

representatives of the King holy splendor; before f the eternal High Priest. By His meant nothing at all to )Herod swallowed Herod's story (Ont countries occupied by the assimilation of the many non. publications "are far from

of kings.As .. daystar, like the dew, I have life, passion, and resurrection lit was not a Jew by race, as feels that they must have been Russians tram I.I7 tt W Russian nations and peoples accurate" the study says,

begotten you." Ht conquered man'l"orat the Kings he succeeded had very absorbed scholars Indeed shows lb. follow lag: in the USSR" "Combining Soviet RUIII.IIdata
tt the nnl-
testimony enemies, sin and death, been; his father was an Iduniaean not to have raised an with the data of eyewitnesses .
serial kingship tf Yahweh, The general sense, however, and He sits forever at the and his mother an eyebrow at the anxiety of this "The number killed:, 55 The researcher said H was and foreign specialist

David lost it lime In bring- is clear enough. The king, in right hand of the Father.Pttthtf Arab, He was circumcised bloodstained monster to worship Bishops, 12800 Priests and unfortunately the notion of of Russian policies one can

-- and in a general way avoided a newborn baby who monks, 2 S million Catholic: many that genocide Involves see that the famines of 1920-

upsetting the religious prejudices was to take his own place and believers; Imprisoned or deported solely the physical destruc 24 and 1932-33, the purges
MUhetl V. CanntaMlitltN
r of the Jewish people title, Had they been kings as ; 199 Bishops; 32000) hon of people He said Its throughout the entire colonial

tI Ntmbrt Dt Dies But ht did not share them the legends call them, they Priests and 10 million believers many forms Include the elimination ist Soviet Russian regime,

When he went to Rome to receive would have understood Herod ; 15,700 Priests were forced of languages and the slave labor and deportations
to abandon their Priesthood suppression of
the kingship, he offered better religious affected mort non-Rusnan
.__ and accept other jobs; forms
CR6At ClUptSRS 111 and 8334 theological seminar nationals than the Russian

Qutltlon boxYou lea were dissolved; 1600 monasteries The study shows that the people Itself.
Russian Reds begat In lllll "Today, there would be at

c1oniaa cAtholic history 31779 churches were were nationalized closed, eenfiseate church property least more than 8 million I'kramians .

don't have to tell 400 newspapers were prohibIted while aitertlng thai alive 3 million Kazakhs .
and ",ury clllten has the right poles, Jews, Germany
the .
Chapter 72WlIEN 1763, this entire territory, Priest from Louisiana, Fsth.er all Catholic organizations t. practice or not practice rellflon Kalmyks. F Inns, Latvians,

England: acquired henceforth called the Florl- Cyril de Barcelona, to all know honestlyQ. Is also were dissolved"It ." etc. at least a 20 million total
Florida peninsula das, was divided Into lee serve as vicario, or vicar for you stated that "the if It were not for the Soviet

from Spain by treaty In 1783, rtyal colonies, Fait: Florida ane over \\est Florida whole Ukrainian Autocephalic Some forms of religious Russian policy of Imperior.Ionialum -
which I know that wt art neighbor and to be reliable Orthodox Church, with all its ]practices could
she also acquired eastern went west as far as (the After Pensacola fell, Father MIll be carried and the Russia"
Louisiana. from Frsnct. English hattahoorhet River I and Cyril sent a resident Priest taught<< that the end never justifies about keeping secrets, clergy, was dissolved and i on some years later, despite desire to other oa-
the means and a wrong There is simply a matter of many of Its members were i conquer
suzerainty txttndtd. West Florida, which extended Father Pedro Vein, to serve progresses steps bolls,''
therefore Is never considered right<< because principle involved: evil Is deported to Siberia"
from the peninsula along the dull It the Mississippi. the Spanish garrison at that
westward in a thin lint as site Cyril himself was elevated tf what It accomplishes evil!, and our good purpose The study Is entitled 'As- ]M. J. Murray

far as the Mississippi. to the episcopacy loon (for instance telling a lit Is cannot change Its nature. lions. Petples and Countries .
The northern frontier for after. always wrong eves If It may There was a time when little In the tSSR.! and In the
B; rtyal proclamation III both colonies was set at the save someone's life) but It
In 1784 he was named auxiliary argument was required to wends ef hi director, ctncenrales .
thirty-first parallel, although Bishop of Santiago de. Is difficult for me tt set the convince most people of this ( "largely. what Is the Strange but true

later there were slight changes Cuba with jurisdiction over juitlct of this. Could ytu But In recent years there has official petit' tf genocide

in this boundary. St. Augus. West Florida and Louisiana please explain this doctrinefor developed a new concept of concerning srat-RtisUa Copyright 1965, NC\\C News SenkeC4tholic

tint was capital of East Florida me and thus perhaps clear morality which disdains pi inclples. stations In the IS
and Pensacola. then only In Fast: Florida, meanwhile, my mind on the subject. I ama and leaves It to the
U.: Florida I a crude camp of huts and Hl.hop I Kchevarris: decided to convert tf four years individual conscience to Judgeon The study was made by Dr nr.r

""'" military barracks, served as establish Father llaiielt as the spot and in a given Lev E Dobriansky of Georgetown *:1a 1't

capital for the western colony. putor of Mlnorcaa: colony A. St Paul answers this I situation which course of University here, whose

Catholic i It succeed Father Camp, and question without giving any action Is right or wrong, just coworkers were Dr ttasvl
explanation: "And why should Shimoniak
During the course of the tt appoint a Spanish Prleit by weighing or estimating of Marquette I c.versify ; ; i
we not, as some calumniously )Milwaukee and .
American Revolution, Spain as pastor of the non :Minor- conflicting values Laws, moral .
accuse us of teaching, do L
PIUHd awe adds cans principles and church Coastabilt of
threw in her
lot with the IPPT
evil that
,. good fromit
Oat.1 cAtatLie ratis, it*, may come teachings do Georgetown
ro a., HI .iri.. i.mi Americans and launched a Through a mistake In the The condemnation of suchIs influence the DOt necessarily Dr Dobnansky Introduced ..tf.

Ill I** Cl..ll DHt. surprise attack on British transmittal of these decisions just." Rom.( 2, 81). weighing the study before the commit.!
... ... West Florida In 1779. Tht Wt agree of course, that
IN 1. n U HIM to the new Spanish governor I believe you have made the each person must use his **nconscience tee lit noted that it II "'more
I'it rlrtton it V. i. ... Spanish forces captured Mobile of "'Iorldl'Iltnl.. Manuel de problem seem harder than It
renal |' n. |,r >''') * llassettwas Is
MiintriM III!. year la'er Hv the end of really by giving mt anextreme particular action Is right Congo
named of both and .
pastor Improbable
The riorMa C.tholt. li a w...i.l 1781 had example or wrong In a given situacwn
they effective' control
>0 l .rf, She (itholl Pr... AI_.. groups, as well as vies no of Just how would you But wt insist that ht must UnrOLl: )' un .iso
ii"" Hit (I" Nitlnntl over the entire province Fast: The Catholic I Iai
Wltai f lhoU Florida .Father O Heillywas save a man s lift by telling a know the laws tf God, the mission' secre
Confiner. N' .a Kirrl. Unite
ngnw. .n1 5ertin. .ubll'h" The remainder of the Florl- named assistant pastor lie moral principles which sound announced It has

t.irtnutllntr4 i* a..sun4a d.. fell It Spain by treaty with the right of succession. In the past many moralists reason and human experience provided tickets for COJ mi<. :
a, lIa$ mail, mi4tr U 4ct *f Mirck" last: Florida was ceded back Another Pritst, Francisco following the lead of St. Aug. have ,established and the sundries who have left the un.lteea..Mr..r.LIWOeiraat ccis w.y 1i

I* the trlglaal possessors' In Traconis, was appointed chap inline, labeled as a sinful he teachings of the Church which Congo bellion because of alive re h erra,.5 Nye7 bu.li..r Wi' ,ern w a.r

( the I7U peace treaty that lain of the hospital any statement which did not Christ established t. guide acs.rr, s t..r.i M l d.e..e M.trer

concluded the war between When apprised of the mistake conform to jour knowledgeand us. Even with all these guidelines .ttseva feaDft. .

'a'h. "..... I. '.., faglsad: lid tI.. sasceM made in the documentssent beliefs and then theypro'lded moral judgments may Th" answer. ere ire.'Tae _

K..uU'. slits tailed Slates. to Zttpe u, Bishop for skillful. mental sometimes be difficult But Qe.gNe. Be- boa.ended 1 vST

a/ll.r.i' II'.. ,... e.... Echevarrla attempted to re- reservations to take cart of imagine what they art when ag "...1.... J. D. RwtGlut. i

Mark *, 11.11.1. Direct episcopal Jurisdic, Instate the plan for separate situations in which the blunt von throw away the rules and l.nwar, .1..111. k.... 1 4' Asu.m.oeoe +

,...tllIl', 5..pr thin was first rtktored in \\', t parishes. Ztdes| would have truth would be harmfl.Today tract to 'divme ln>p ratiua' ........... Mrwi tor ..... \ IstotMCg K /!b.rGtrwruss I
......, a. I........ Honda Even:
prior to the none of it, however and insisted there I I. mere empha or to a vague sense of value lira '.1.../. 1..1. 1.Tb. .

capture of Penl cola, Bishop that Hassett serve both .is on the social purposes shah may t.* much distorted footle. 1.11.1. I.

Friday January 1, 1W! ( lChl": Irrla. of !Santiago tie the !Spaniards and the Minor- of upeeoh Me have two obh bv the entiment ir em,1)0 ekl.a.to. lr r 1 9.4w a-, -MMt a,1 / ,rM.t a.r..r.
Cuba lel..f
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..* The Florida Catholic, Friday, I... I. 1965

I All men are brothers Pope Paul VI stressesVATICAN I

CITY ( C-1) Following; Is an English text this day more than on any have remained as an Isolated in the hearts of men. We feel Its head again Is racism a motive for the division And in particular, vt turn

of the 1964 Christmas addrei w of Pope Paul VL The text other we feel ourselves not foreigner surrounded only by that the young are particularly which separates and opposesthe among men and especially to our venerable brothers and

was released by the Vatican merely anxious f but even our brothers in the faith. conscious that these' different branches constituting the Catholic religion so dog. dear children those especiallywho

Press Office on December tidal wave of emotion and of obliged to communicate to the are the fruits of the future the great human matic so demanding, so discriminating by reason of the sad restrictions

22. contemplation with which the world our message of good Example cited because rooted In the irreversible family resulting in pride Does it not Impede still Imposed upon

heart is Hooded as it reflectson wishes. progress of civilization. mistrust exclunvism discrimination an easy conversationand them cannot add outward

UNFAILINGLY tender and the mystery of Christmas. This year the message that Instead we met people, a Then ideals are lofty with and sometimeseven a spontaneous under. signs of happiness and serenity

hu. we address to all our hearersis festive, overflowing throng out however being utopian: oppression, thus ruiningthe standing among people to the feast of Christmas

man and at the tame time sacred We empress cur best withes one of brotherhood a broth. which seemed to us to repre though arduous, they deserve mutual respect and due Oh yes, religion Catholicno Next we turn to Priests to

and mysterious, the also (tl all men of all ages erhood which is more mean. sent not only the countless study and call for acUon. esteem which ought to turn less than any other, is an men and women Religious

feast of Christmas followedby of all countries, of all beliefs, ingful more effective more peoples of vast India but also the diverse ethnical groups element of distinction among especially our beloved missionaries

the beginning of the new toward whom today more than universal than the type which all the other Asian pea They have our support; Just into a peaceful concert of men even as Is language, whose anxieties and
the have
year, brings to our heart even ever we feel we owe our esteem now unites men. ples.To as who young our sup brotherly peoples.Racism culture, art and the professions difficulties we well know

more than to our Ups ..t v which will be home
united efforts. Vividly Impressed on our evilAnd
whelming abundance
of best Catholic but courteous divisive element
they were nature a
tian families, to the
wishes heart is the recollection of for all men and not a s>slem generosity
to all
of you who are receptive, eager for a It Is true that Christianity,
In a genuine sense Christ. recent of trenches at the service of and promise of youth the
so kind at to listen to our mas makes our trip to Bombay a glance and a word from the so, we cannot help by the newness of the life innocence of the 1101
us ones
experience the directed undying haired and never
voles.V trip by a religious strange visitor from Rome being alarmed at a militarism which it brings into the world
the enthusiasm of
very essence of our universal purpose as Is obvious, but at ending struggle. young peapie
extend these no longer focused on the can be a motive of division
t best
wish.es ,
responsibility of
announcing the same time a trip which It was Indeed. a moment of
defense of the
to But we are also aware how and of contrast because of
you. our dearest children the Good News to all
men has become for us understanding blending of
and brethren whom the Good News which somethingof transient these lofty ideas countries concerned or on themalnll'nanre that which brings good to hu la our embrace we Includeall
inestimable human value. hearts.
the same faith and the same to men their potential for many can too easily be. At different of world peace, inanity; It Is a light shining who work, with their tiring

charity bind to us in united happiness, for peace, and for We and went a pilgrim forth as into a a foreigner distant What It Is that these rejoicing moments of history they ap but tending rather to build up in darkness differentiatingthe and at times monotonous.

py! enabling us to sense the salvation For this reason crowds saw in us, we do pear as if rising brightly in stockpiles( : of weapons evermore various areas, Hut it Is dally tasks the skk and suffering
on land unknown to us We could
nut know, the heavens, only to be suddenly powerful and destructive not of the nature of religion with their burden el

In them we saw a most obscured by opposing a process which consumes to oppose| Itself to people.It pain known to Cod alone who

worthy segment of humanity clouds The path toward genuine enormous quantities is In behalf of people It understands and rewards all;

one faithful to its millenary progress can never be of money and manpower, stands In defense of all that and we have a very special'
feeds the public mind the thought for the poor of the
cultural traditions not all free from toil and uncertainty on Is sacred and unsuppresslble
k Christian to be but thought of power and war in them, of their fundamental whole world-their tests and
sure pro. and Induces men to make mu. aspiration to God and their hardships echo deeply' U sorrow .
and in
J4h respects humane and many good Man is weak tual fear the treacherous and right to manifest this externally In our heart.

Inhuman basis of world peaie. In a worthy form of wor
t at once most ancient and May the newly bon Child
)outhful. today allto and Mankind by Its stubborn Frowns bring to them the comfort
I'tKht l Mnre, knows how to divert on warIn ship.The
r turned toward something (hurrh must however, of Ills love and the sweetnessof
which! even the marvels of the continuing quest for a renewed confidence; and
publicly sorrow
this have empress
good Men are Inconstant. The we no
modern progress cannot pio- hesitation in expressing our when so Inrorrclble a propensity may Us likewise spur all who
of hatred
pursuit comes more
vide, if they are not perhaps easily than love hopes that the rulers of nations !Is Impeded hindered have the power and the
actually an obatacleBrothers means-those most of all who
and even punished
because of this, we desire will find a way to promote .
by force .f( public power, are responsible for the common
all to place at the service of the prudently and magnanimously
whkh In this good!-to unite In a constructive
world the Inexhaustible and the process of eta.armament
to enter a Held lit ond II.ulnpt'tf'lIC'e effort In an effective
of divine Me would like toS'f )
ever timely patrimony
Then a feeling of profound solidarity, to bring new
a minded investigation
and human truth and of generous
understanding brought us a remedies and
means, speedy
'I'sr confirmation of what Chris spiritual energy Inherent In of how at least in Apropos of this topic, which suitable plans. to bear on the

tiamty has been saying for Catholicism, thereby to sustain part and by stages military demands a more full and Immense needs of the world

centuries, and which the the efforts! of men of goodwill expenditure could be divertedto reasoned reply vs can at poor and on their hopes

evolution of civilization has to promote the common humanitarian ends, and least repeat what the Church which cannot continue to be
good to bring about tlnl.tr.tAl this not only to the advantage ""
been slowly and gradually today g 'es on proclaiming: disappointed.
.pewee and the brotherhoodof of the particular countries and understood
and Justice
\ discovering proclaiming;
Killed with these thoughtswe
all men Ours is a sincere concerned but also of which for
AU men are brothers, religious liberty
offer others In the course of development bids one to shake the foundation renew our good wish to
Contacts among men are or In a state of you and with an open heartwe
becoming so numerous and so In the ecumenical council need of others' beliefs whenthey give to all of you who are

i convenient that they should the (liurrh Is engaged: In are not contrary to the listening and to the entire

I r lead to lose. Distances are meditating IIn these richest; Hunger and miner)', skk common goat which forbids family of mankind the comfort

so reduced and almost aboU she U drawing them out of a nets and Ignorance still cry one to Impose a faith not of our apostolic blessing

4 lobed that love should become heart filled with a new love out fur remedy of this age of freely accepted or to proceedby ai a pledge and reflection sf

universal. The Idea of neigh. a love which (hrUt has enkindled plenty and of brotherhood, we" odious discrimination or the goodness of the Divine

bor. which the parable of the In the world. do not hesitate U make cur undeserved vexations, promoting Child of flcthlehem.
Good Samaritan extends be own once more the pleas of respect for whatever

: )ond conventional limits em., In a humble, friendly ges the Innumerable poor and Is true and good In every religion
L + braces the whole of humnnl- ture. she offers these riches suffering today In need of and in every human Christmas talkVATlt'tY

I) Every man Is our ncijh- for the free acceptance of the genuine and subilsnllal relief. opinion with the S| modem world which cannot, of promoting civil
borOn the side the however refute them if It is concord and collaboration In ('ITIq(: -

I t .. of one men's needs evidence be really concerned about Its You, good and generousmen every sort of goad activity, rope| Paul Vl's Christmas

cernes so manifest and do own salvation, who are In a position to Truth stands fast and char radio message, transmittedby

.; .. parable, and on the other the We are not unaware of the help the hungry and the suffering Ity sheds light on its "beneficent Vatican Radio (II p m., Derember -
-- '" those In and
!3 misery
e possibly of relieving them Obstacles: shish continue to splendorThis 721), was broadcast by
.. ....., In a stats, of abandonment today than ever
.. v... increases daily so abundant stand' In the way of human mqif 17 other radio system, including
.. ..:;.. hear In our voice the divine
1 ly. Dial It becomes clear toward kotfierhoud, and It Is with Is our program convinced as four In the Unite' !, <.l
Paul VI whkh goal today the sorrow that we observe thatat and human voky of Christ we are that the world needy Males' NBC ABC CM and
Pope progress of civilisation should the present moment w>e our Brother In every human love, needs to brrak the bondsof Mutual.

_. --- are passing through a period need<< selfishness within Itself
tend the
: mobn of thene Other countries participating
forces in which they appear more Can we, In this tragic list needs to open out to a sin.
solidarity In broadcasts
among the were
Birth of Christ celebratedin
clearly In evidence, and provo of obtatles to human brotherhood rere, ever Increasing, universal
men so that no one will lack Italy France, Belgium Spain
I sftAIMS for bread and dignity so thai: themaelves at limes to be Ignore the barrier of brotherhood Portugal Switzerland. Ireland

Holy Land still divided all men will make of the coin. dangerously effective In the class, still a very real noun of Austria, Canada, Mo
mot good their major} pre presence of the charming of bitterness' in modern Joclfly Message joyAnd nlo.'r.t Germany and the

occupation sweetness of Christmas It Is Netherlands Vatican Radio
MEMO1t1AL JKItlSUMf: ; (>C) n. Holy Land of Palestine, not po* iMe to enter into a Can we Ignore the spirit of It li our with fur you, learned the mesial to central

IBI [';'H :11': :: sharply divided by religion and politic, has once again Christ said it detailed discussion of these division and strife over Ideas sincere, good! people, listening and eastern Europe: as
paused to honor the birth of Hun who came to earth to obstacles: whkh show the dramatic method, Interests, organlis. to us, Me make It with Joy did Radio Free Europe.
I .r./ 0." ,.. 'r_ leg I human! progress has been and frightful aspect of lions wlttun the structures of and hope 'In the name of Him
bring to of
'4' 2..4<< A.*. S. >. m. MJ peace men good Israel .brio Jordan and traveled discovering" the Importance the contemporary world ntu- the various communities who Is the "first boro among
will. atton. In a message, however many brethren" (Horn, I, 2'11.)
the 10 miles from here to and the value of that shut
ST. PETERSBURG On Christmas Eve: hundreds PetMehem to otmen Christmas
of pilgrims pasted from : at the Church of the Holy like us and our teacher had the present one, It would heart In this wish In a of father's ours, !lovIng our, a. .. ... .-.....! t.Affiowltnee a......
nativityAccording already taught us in these not be proper to pass over Incomplete On the one hand such com- open '
silence this threatening pies and widespread social embrace for mankind the
words of His Gospel I. wblch
.to tradition
long ,
world for whose" 4-1471
PHONE 177.7524 realty phenomena bring i togethermen over redemption
have never been fully comprehended
the Latin rite celebration be. ST. AU.USTINI
the Divine Saviour
who share common Interests
gan at the lurch of !it. Catherine and net let UIMver -
down to earth
Dangers seen came
A. P. B07 XVUSIOE, CHAPEL adjacent) t. (he main tally put Into practice
shrine After the chanting of "You are all brethren JIM N. AlMENIA AVE.
TAMPA 7, FLORIDA Ijuds and Matins Lade rite Ii that II. equals' untied Let lit thin briefly. point create great rifts between t GRISSOM FUNERAL HOME
having an nut some rowrele forms from the various groups" making
I'stnarrh Alberto I Cost among yourselves Phew 147.) I II
O F M of Jerusalem offered oMif stlM to acknowledge tilt among M many eiitUag and strife ItirU the tooter of life' ,
!Mais at midnight image of (be same HesvMly paw esbie os. In whkh the and stamping. : our smlety 1I1SIMMEErnfaor.Nr (
HEATH FUNERAL CHAPELA Father reflected in each tr f MMMHUOA to human tw. If'r. so highly developed tochnol- IV < MTIMI; riORIPt*

lie Ikes led a sroresiUn you, ami to work together heed manifests itself ogkally and k'lMfftlully nntrillng I n4.r Hum. lame .." M.M|."I.K..1
;;>r C1'tlooei; O.,pl- Pl'*y let hearing a figure of tic .InfantJetss achieve the Mine destinies \vt Just mention them byway with the tragic and "bitter!

FOSTER E. HEATH. Ft***sl! tfcetioe: u Ik. spot where. Ira. fisH! human perfection and divine of ...m..., as It were. mark of division and hatred.

MIULANCE SERVICE dittos sats He sac bore snar Mrtutup through grace in First of all thvre la ..'.....1.!
l.\\.'..d. rV.s'e; Pte.*. 'U-4111 ly 21 eestisrles ago.Throughout this life, and eternal .happtnew tons. which divlpeoetos.. they Men I do are not not live hippy as brothers.We .k+.esme. JOHN S. RHODES, JR.

Oirtotoiai day In the nett SMtsan them M s w-..iKm to

Masses were offered at the Today hrolkerhwMl" meal l J he one another. rsttwg up .mMi( knew well! eoou h the FUNERAL DIRECTOR

INC. Grotto of the 1\.UYII, to Bethlehem then rercUlo! rhendikla thorn homer of confllrtMgxliohgtM enormous and seemingIn-
KYLE.McLELLAN that prodme ctooodvUeots. Mituhlt MfttuMHM which IMa 1711 6JUel.rQEAftWAHR Phene- 444-JOJI
Is the Brinrlple of all If Itty't *
a eidutive Mereotsa4 *'rOIl the path of freedom
FUNERAL DIRECTORS to the IraU sector of Jere. Uilig Is cenmtMi.laetead .
Mais offered soil sufficient amhitlons, and friends*'*'? M rural, life
Mlm. rMrMfht sal
17 W UNION STREET- JACKSOUVILLE at the BcMxiwtene M* of se..mg m the if act greedy and overheartagforms Hut tor our pert *. sill BRETT FUNERAL HOME

EL 1.1/44 C. 4.ew.a g.,,; $:,- I IU awry of the. DorastMi, at other the .....,. the rival of imperialism. never grew tired W urging WOICI AMIULANCI SEIVlCf

the AsjwrtrM Holy U4 C4- the w4rtu. UM a4v.rs.r). love for one's Might. as Ihs
This enemy of .k a m abrolMrhwMl .
the enemy. we seMMM sccui ttMir Kaactohi of any truly
Isle rha*.1 l the Church of It May gillnslreagik. <
to the hums MKJeiy, and we shall OHOH
Notre Dome aw Frame a4 M tons o jr *r song It .bad appeared I.
m yon wbsh M to say. a Mrmg 'Q on .hoping. that sincere refloitMn J
*" r 1..rtI' John the ftoptiot daub MKm have bees teati lrt..
at llyovercame '
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after the
Funeral! Director Irsfk es-
.lib will .help mod to
f .os..m. tit a *iMaaie see
I NaMretti U be( aorta
perlear..1 the last Horhl .n a aa.m ..,... a. e.a..h.e
Mttut-rito Bute* Georges III tove as w-e ow.aivet. Mar, U M where. our MMny surtol. diem ..... C. y.e n... I, ..,econes.
; fn. A Jkr,,:jari <. Hakim */ Acre teietrated are May the .arve4aur4s rising anew iions tome ,,..,.. amid to ..... ..e ......N
Mass at 1M Uefktte cat-. ... af the h-4y Afrtra *Vlar Me appeal .to ao*." ..... toarrh lee a potter of socialllvtog .
rm Hour
cal ........ af La4iavme erh r our hila "DtUM al peoples to he ws1eM.ilatl tM" is ever mare a*.
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pilgrims the rVMun s4lcrMn the towMtartet of .lea grow. .lawtaon of prestige MIl nvat sow: St. 'enwt Fits);.. 40 Yt*

wader <6enstM X. da the ry. or M con ease a.aaa prove' to
O i OT 104.... Art. age spicy st....**d arBiaSMf Weeds of the Lard'The > pray JOHN S. RHODES Inks Funeral! Directors
i. aouo HakMS MMTT of therewore FaiaJWe
$ .. harriers raved by the tuN M our wale HM Also .for this roconotnartioeiof AMIULANCI SIIVICIA
MrMaf a mdcegk
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today appeals! neat av M .or art to prove*! UvsH tofjjttir our newel ...........:
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SI: The norMa Calliolic, TrMaj- Jan 1, 1tr.I .......- ,- -- I ..._ .. --: ::::.::.,::6"--1.. Bishop; Kenny

x .
Of things '. .. 9 High School
many s ,
4I .a '. 'J.CK.IOfn.1.E; : .-SI..df.'nt.
w at Bishop Kenny High; School

Some silent resolutionsA :> were recently giventhe
chance to display their artistic .
talent in the student art
wise man of the ninete nth century, John Cardinal school teachers be paid a Just ;
exhibit and contest held at
Newman once wrote t hat no one likes his own good and living wage-so that they the school throughout' the
can afford to send their chil- .
resolutions noised about bo th because of mere" common f week of December li, reports
dren to college
delicacy and from fear lent ; 1 1e Claire Jo Curl. Coordinated ::
with the task of Christian education That become
learning a
by the Fine Arts
one should not be able to
be the time to
given value recognized for its own r Club under the sponsorship of
keep them. read and study theology and
Intrinsic worth and not mereely Sister
Mary Joseph SSJ-
Resolution, like great i evolutions the writings of the great theuloglun a value because ". according the aim of the event was to
are best made in : of the past :SO years to a government survey ,create cultural
silence, with little or no fan preferably in the original; college education nil!! student enjoyment appreciationand of art.
fare. Moreover, practicality add to the
money earning All students .
That public and private wtrs encouraged
suggests such a method of .
of the
ability college graduate to take part In the
making resolutions since even "
the best of exhibition, and an award was
men, because they
That of teen
parents age\ presented for the best pieceof
are men, may forget or un
talksto children manifest their love, work submitted Several
knowingly compromise an ad concern and respect for their
vertised resolve honorable mentions were also
Thus for the quiet ones students children more frequently; Ij1M selected from each category

among us and, for the person That the Pope's plan to feed trrw All art was classified into one
who received everything at the world hungry become a of seven categories and was

Christmas may we suggest from India vital reality among nations of judged in that category,
the world
during the year
some silent resolutions: 1'ITIGtCITY ( C- 15, Judges for the event Included .

That attention! and Intelligent Pope Paul VI granted an audience That purchasers of religious two art In8tru'tor.rrom' .

participation at AIDS last week to 200 Religious Images for automobile dash Bishop kennv's faculty,
may Increase due to I the willingness and laymen from India boards be required to pass Sister Mary Joseph S.S.J.; and
;W ,' :x;;. Mms Catherine Brews '
: to gl\e oneself heart who are studying in Rome most stringent examinationsof / w'r ;

and soul to the liturgy, raising and said he welcomed the their driving courtesy; John Nevin, also a memberof
voices minds and hearts In chance to be their host In return That the recent decrees of Landscaping project at Tampa high school Kenny teaching staff;

response and song: to he 111)*- for his reception during the Vatican Council II be and Mr Robert Hall, a teacher
tery of Christ present amongus his visit to India read studied and preached Planning; a landscaping projectto from the left, Fredi Smith, Nancy have been busily planting bushes, from the Art Institute e{

; about from every pulpit, especially add to the beauty at Tampa Serrano, Eva Gallagher, Rosemary flowers and setting up rock gardens Jacksonville were also judges.

That no Priest among us English:: Pope ; Paul told them in the decree on the Catholic High School are these Van Antwerp and Anita Fetter. on the school grounds The works were judged on the

will hurry, mumble or slur Church; members of the student council: The students at the Tampa school basis of originality technique
"You here In Rome to That every Catholic recog. ---.- _.-- -.-- --- the of color and the
the words of the Mass or are --- -- ---- -- use use of
nize that Baptism when val. 1\"'''''''''''''''''''''' '"
drive faster than 65 miles an prepare yourselves for your media in which they were
hour; future service in India and idly administered makes everyone Air Force General declares done After the 'Judging the
so baptized a brotherof
That we recognize that we we recommend that you apply Youth pieces were displayed In ,the
ourselves without stint to Christ, a son of God, anheir school for viewing
are personally responsible for library by
of heaven and member
what we do, and that we haveno your task. Your country and a Catholic education essential the faculty and student body,
of the Church, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
means of shifting our responsibility your Church need you. The 1s" "'" "" Entries jn the contest:

; contribution that will be youri That subwribfrs to Catholic LOS AMilLKS; ; (NC--The) United States Air Force's forth as pmlalmers of the At St. Patrick's ranged from a sculpture of i

That we learn ai! much will be a most precious one, periodicals and newspapers deputy commander for manned spice systems has told Faith contestant's brother to a gem

about Bach and Beethoven as and for this dedication and ((may their tribe Increase 2000 educators here that Catholic education whether T.\\IP.\- In keeping with collection exhibited by Donald
we have learned about the devotion will be needed !) read such more we "The propagation of the the Christmas spirit and the Rosenburger Grand prize
spell it with a small c or capital C is essential"Brigadier Faith all the world is
condition of over call for Catholic action winner was Larry KloskJ
Ringo's tonsils; "India is a country in pi'ogress consistently, write to them : some a
That Catholics begin to and it is seeking to make oftener and patronize their General Joseph S Blcymaier said* "The the responsibility, not only of li members of St. Patrick member of the junior this.

read -especially\ the lit era- giant steps in its develop. advertisers-and then subscribe need around the world today. Is for universality-- -----" -In-- lr-- --rn.-- the Itinerant Bishop who begs parish Catholic Youth Organization Although Larry exhibited several .

turd of God, the Holy Bible; ment. Do not permit any advance a friend to the same ing according to the best intellectual crumbs that fall from our table ". along with Father )pieces, it was an od
That we return to a great to cause the loss of periodical; \ and moral precepts demle Committment-the but of the whole Church, Manuel Morales, Mrs, Da painting of a white shell on a
tradition: short hair for boys; valuable heritage of available." Challenge of Our Day" was Bishop Manning said Norm and Mrs C J Arbara, burgandy background that

long hair for girls, your spiritual values That college students learnto General I Bleymaier said the convention theme James Francis Cardinal held a Christmas party on merited him the prize
That holiness become less a riot effectively !.e., that "the constant search for truth Auxiliary Bishop Timothy Mcintyre of Los Angeles, hostto December 22 for residents of
word and more of a conditionto India li a religious nation they march In favor of higher Is not confined to Christians Manning of Los Angeles applied the convention offered the the Belaire Nursing Home JACKSONVILLEVCOMOCAJV

be fulfilled by every man;; and her role (for world peaceand academic standards better but what better function could It to the Constitution on opening Mass and delivered a The group sang carols visited

That prayer become less a understanding Is an Important teaching and more maturity Christians serve than to leadin the Nature of the Church. He brief homily. and served refreshments. The
formula to be recited and one. In fulfilling her among their fellow class. this search" told the teachers they must Father Gerard S. Slovin of trip made Christmas happierfor ..r e..ar

more an act of personal, at. responsibilities she will me mates; The Air Force officer( spokeon study and meditate on this the Catholic University of some people ho are often
tentivc, loving conversationwith teed more effectively If the That the word aggiorna-- December 21 to the National document so as to be able to America discussed challenge. forgotten, noted the CYO
Cod who loves ua; demonstrates to the whole mento be now dropped from Catholic Educational communicate: It to their pupils. faced by teachers In forming leaders -JJI.
world her deep religious life." the newspaper vocabularyit adolescents to meet religious -.WyI -e.al
That those who are Involved has served well and long Association secondary sec. All Christians, he said are committments. .
'''' Talking about his visit and its task; tion, southwest unit, at Loyola railed to sanctify the world Atlantic Monument C. ( Mrte i.In,um.ff"_t. e.t.,111aG.a Iadu4KJoseph

bNNSubscribe the countless Indians he met That the beginnings of University here "Aca- preach the Gospel and go "It l I. the tank of educators" IronlGr.nitMrbl.c. Marefle, Mgr.

Pope Paul said he marveledat friendship among young pea he sold "to help students .. ?...."-..... 353J4I9
their fervor and the "respect be possible without de. Club know what the events In their "I r N..s s..nn.
ple youngstersto .. .
Now for religion which was veloping Into that ancient urges ...<_ "" ..-. ,. on.. ..,,"' .. ...- .... r,. caste 234 W. Fnyth St.
ab5p a. y r..01& a of eR
everywhere in evidence" archaic custom called terpret themselves, to know
".1NN1NN..1NeN.N.NNDaytona steady "",uu,,, "un unu, ,
lie said the Indian's "hol.lltality dating;" study cycling rules what their problems really n

BeachFor ) and warm welcome That beauty become a term are We as teachers mutt ti e e wllN1 /

moved! us deeply and we applied to what is also true T.UIP.\-Since thousands of youngster received bicycles hrlp adolescents discover l I D'AtT

wanted so much: to return the and good, and not merely a at Christmas presents this year, the Peninsula IhrnHflves" L>V 3tyi'Ot f S:

warmth of the affection( and description of physical structure Motor Club (AAA) has urged fledgling cyclists to study Alvin Grossman, director of (

Ladies Who Car regard Do you wonder, ; the bicvcle safety rules before the state research and development ewwiirisnAumcd

JOANN'S KUT.N.KURL then that we have a special That honesty become se venturing l into the given before turning or stopping renter in educational .

BEAUTY SALON affection for your motherlandand much a port of the other person street. I data processing, told

her citizens' that we cannot fall to Last 570 6. Pedestrians must be given how computers might soon remove euM$Ai, foul/e
Complete Beauty Car respond by being honest our. were killed in motor persons vehicle the "right of way" by the shackles of paper STEAKS

Located Near The Ocean kclvrs; collisions with bicycles nderi work from schools: and school J..t of ...... ... ,......
-an 7 Only one rider W- systems 'L 1150RELIGIOUS
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Daytona Beach, Fla dente in all quarters that the the previous year, the AVA and unlawful, se\tralarhool districts servedby AtasalcaN

virtue of love which we profess club said Many! of these ac. 8, Coasting into streets from a single processing center BOOK
to be the chief virtue and cidents could have been prevented .
driveways Is dangerous, which turns out detailed report -
if all of these bike 4 GIFT SHOP
the very basis of our religion
cards each student
Italian ...d American Fad l does in fact: influence strongly riders had been familiar with >. Re alert when riding and comparative on reports for 'Of. 5e ''i'. ,I4 ..It ....

open I P.M. '*! t II 1 FM.linquet our words, our actions, our the bicycle safety rules past parked ears \\alch for administrators o n classes, shrill.. -- ar.N1.ealnu.e eo.Uln5ano. Excellent FoodTWO
Copies of the safety rules opening duors.
attitudes, our dispositions; schools and Hhool: district '.T..
Facilities That all of us become one may be obtained from your affairs resist set else ear Cs Uae. JACKSONVKH: tOCATKXttttiatt
In loyal A\A motor club Why 10 Hitching on to moving ._ a..a a .._...,
Clone! MWtyt not present a copy of the rules vehicles Is unlawful unsafe .. .. 1155.4f4.ne 7)01 s..+ .... aWg,,
","fUN .... 11. 1'it both jeeMDonovan's .
to ) to iteer 72I4ASS
your youngster along with E. H. THOMPSON
his new bicycle' your hicytle! Riding with one InitiMionel, kitcKeni '''''''''''''' "u" ,

LLOYD COX WOODSFuel The AA4 club listed the hand or "no hands' !is risky Suppkei and Equipment
and foolish
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Bible service is Seven The Florida" Catholic, Friday, Jan 1, 1969
new -- ------- -

in emphasis on reading ScriptureThe r.g a. Philippine Bishops need Pontiff for stresses action

Florida Catholic pi ibliahea another "t in the aeries for the greater feasta and f Issue pastoral letter VATICAN CITVC( ) -

on English in the liturgy./ The author of thus article isasslatant seasons of the Church's year: fi Pope Paul VI has forcefully

Father Michael J, Madden< pastor at St. Paul "Bible services should be encouraged on religious instruction reasserted the n e t d for
pariah in Daytona Beach especially on the Catholic Action with a capital

vigils of the more solemn MANILA (NC) The have Is- "A".
Philippine Hwhops
Scripture I It
QACRED of feasts on some Weekdays in "We ourselves are not unaware
cued' a pastors letter calling on the Catholic "to
J the people
greatest Important Advent and Lent, and on of the criticism and
In the celebration of the liturgy St fatherMlcharl feast days. (Constitution diapel the clouds of religious ignorance from our 7000 accusations leveled against

Thus it la SSt". J. Art. 35. 4)) "J lIle'..N the pastoral letter said, Is Catholic Action" the Pope

tial to promote that warm and The Bible Service may be Describing religious situation hampered by lack of told members of the central
living love for Scripture to Maddenof typically outlined as follows: as "alarming," the I and lack of funds personnel committee of the Italian
which the venerable traditionof pastoral stated that over Toper Catholic Action who met him
I. Entrance rite Proces. To remedy the situation,
both cent of the
eastern and western Catholic chll- in audience.
rites gives sional hymn or introduce dren In public schools' receiveno the pastoral proposed the
testimony (Con establishment of higher Institutes "It Is regarded by somea
stitution on the Liturgy. Art the Sen Ice which Is then II. Liturgy tory prayers of the Word of religious instruction and of catechetics to train > an expression of a 'clerlcal'
24)) the remaining :30
per cent receive notion of Catholic effort
Introduced by the celebrant. God: teachers to train catechists
"very little that Is to and
One of the Innovation of Introduction of theme and permanent\ system of say, calculating
Next comes the first readS naIr Those who do not go to pragmatic. It Is said to be
liturgical movement is the' by celebrant financing training programs.The .
ing from the Old school or who the leftover of
Testament drop out of mentality a
Bible Senke A. First Reading pastoral also called on
after which a Pails is made school receive no Instruction sterile closemlndedness .
Homily (optional)) Catholic organizations to lake
It ii new-It is differentItIs for meditation on its content. Meditation at all at home or in the parish an Interest In the work and conservative and reactionary,

instructive It is Intend The congregation Or choir. as Hymn or psalm the letter declared or if urged Catholic schools to In. inept at understanding the

to bring people into direct the case may b*, concludes Collect or prayer by they do, It Is very inadequate. std in their pupils an IPO"tollc cultural and social forms
contact with the power and this first part of the Serviceby celebrant Catholic adults are also spirit, which "will keep which reveal the baste trendsof

beauty of the Word of Cod, reciting or singing some B. Second Reading. without much knowledge of them lealous" for religious instruction human evolution ." be
thus Paul psalms .r a hymfl. their said
implementing Pope Homily (optional) ye religion the Bishops ."
VI's directive on thin matterin After this there follows a Meditation / stated. "We do not hestltate la reassert
the Constitution: second< and third or fourth Hymn or psalm "Many of cur grown-up Citing the ecumenical council's before yon the necessity

"In sacred celebrations reading. Broadly, the sane Collect or prayer by For flood victims Catholics are almost com.plctely decree on the communications of your function for the
there II to be more reading/ procedure is observed as after celebrantC. Ignorant of their faith media, the lllshnps defense and affirmation of

from Holy Scripture and it Is the first reading Then a homo Third Reading. Archbishop Angelo Talmas, apostolic delegatein (hence ) art easy victims' said: the Catholic name In Its sothentlc -

to be more varied and suit ily or short Instruction is Homily (optional) Vietnam, watches volunteer VIctnamcM work. of any persuasive speakerwho "It Is Imperative that a meaning;. pope Psnl

able" (Art 85.1)) preached which serve. as an Meditation era sorting clothea donated by Catholic Relief happens along with a wider and more effective usa said.

The theme of the service interpretation and application Hymn or psalm n'lcPl-National! Catholic Welfare Conference, new religion or social gospel"\ be mad of these modern fa. "We willingly express eur

having been chosen it it exemplified ] the Service.It of the .Bible readings in Collect or prayer by for flood victims\ of Ctntral'iE'tnam.. With him The Rlkhops, laid part of the 'lhtiea-prC'I., radio and television trust in your ability to live

by the selection celebrant are members of the Catholic central relief com blame for the alarming pic- programs and book. an ever new, positive, fruit.
suitable readings from the Is then concluded with a D. Fourth Readinf. mittee of Saigon. lure to. "present government stores"Lastly! ful and beneficial witness to

Old and New Testament Or. final prajer. Homily ---- provisions" which make re. the Bishops( calledon Catholic principles"
dmarily there would be no It is easily adaptable to Meditation llglim "not a required subJed. Catholics to give "a fraction .
-- ---- --
more than four readings and whatever devours already Hymn or psalm Sharing our treasure ." of what Is spent on
no less than two. These are exist in a parish and It Is not Closing collect\ or amusements" for religious/ ORLANDOWINTER
chosen from the Old Test- Intended that this service prayer b y celebrant. The efforts of the Bishops instruction funds

!.ment.. the Epistles and Gopels. should force the abolition ()f Good example results in toward a more effective religious "Four hundred years ago: PARK
Passages from the ra.ihen existing popular devotions-: III. Sacramental Action: Instruction program the evangelism of I lie Philippines .
and Doctors and other "Popular devotions of the Community devotions VMS begun This anniversary -
pproved spiritual 'writers, Christian people are to be litany or benediction etc blessinas for father, son Jesuits in is a suitable time to
"van of today art rennla. highly recommended, provided IV. Closing rite: Recessional launch a new cvangelliatinn. ," WE ARE NOT THE

''sible, they accord with the laws hymn. FRIENDLINESS kindness ,. .. Macao markcentenary the Bishops said. LARGEST, BUT WE TRY
and norms of the Church ." Obviously this is not Intend.ed help ;" The Philippines will celebrate
The Service tttrlf If begs. 411 TO IE THE FRIENDLIEST
Constitution. Art 13)) to be a rigid outline. It will mightily in kindling InterestIn { the 4outh anniversaryof
by a prayer *r hymn which
Implores Cod's help In fulfill. Far our eon ."'lallolll; || this be noted that local requirements the Catholic religion. A father the coming of Christianity < Current '
log (la our eec lives the Ihtift Is one .f (he fe* f't'lslcllu..uhld. will be served by two' pleasant smile and a cheerful ". r Into the country In IN\'! $, T/4/0 Divid'''.

*f |he >|I.ss, thai they or three readings on occasion. greeting warm the heart John A, t :MVfAO (CSCJose) Car-
have at famillarliliig themselves A homily for each reading An act of kindness deepensthe O'Brirs dlnal da Costa Nunes, former Herman J, HtMrlcn Compounded Quarterly

ORLANDOWINTER with the Vlbl,. may not be necessary or required Impact and good exampleIs Bishop of Macao concelebrated Say with Security
but at least one such frequently the clmchrr. allIh. with 20 visiting Rlshops & Sons

It Invites their active par. homily Is indicated in the People become Interested In and Priests a Mais of ..,*... t,4 fkl,,.,* SAVE AT
PARK tlclpatinn and at the same course of the service. learning about a religion. thanksgiving in this I'ortu- Of f.... full. ..* V.tttibUt
time allows endless variationsand which inspires such conductin way she stood up under guess Colony, opening ceremonies 111\1.' PUSS. e.npresFAIRVIEW SECURITY FEDERAL
flexibility In the mannerof This ntllne Is adaptable as Its members. the loss He remarked to ma commemorating the
Its mtln (he strartare for a holy boar. fourth centenary of the JesuitsIn
presentation! ftie that It mutt tw due to her
Complies Feet TewtrHLEWIS. purpose of the P'bl' !Service The number of ministers r.- Once a person becomes deep faith and the solace and Macao. ..
.C011EXTEIMINATI4G is to emphasis the Word of quired also lends itself to genuinely Interested In the assurance her religion gave The Mats was offered out Cta &
CO.ht" God as contained In the Old flexibility. The basic requirement faith he Is usually well en hisway her. doors atop the M steps .leading .nari er.eDspoasale Laundry r4 Y 4
Testament and htri find its I* the Church's pea doer. the facade of the ruined .
l iii Indicates only a c.i.l Some of her deep faith was .IIrt. Core
1111 wa1,4 .,... .. M 11/1 fulfillment tn the New Teitawent. brant and congregation On This Is Illustrated In the apparently beginning to rub Jesuit Church of St. Paul U... .. A. ..(e"b
III" '" which was built In 1IOT As a 4111 Zda.e.te Orl..ale
more solemn full It about
occasions a conversion of Henry rider off on him for was
It Is especially!] recommended < of Priest reader that he for distant backdrop the flats and
entourage a Evans: of Duluth, Minnesota. this time applied\ I)
for use as a rtplr.t CIGary' for each section of Scripture, Th story of his conversion. Instructions to our pastor rolling hills of communist

Children'sClothes a (commentator choir and was related to be me by 'JQt*. )\frrr Cashen, at Jlosary"pariah China could be glimpsed WAI.TEtt Mr.NOr.s eSECt.7RJ'X'

Duck InnF usual number of altar boys son, Father John VvTiitneyKvans Dufuth.During through the ruined church noihier To M..
which was swept by fire In
LInt vu a Chit eel let would be required. : of the Duluth diocesein th. Initrurllons The Pin*.! I* Piece Rear : ?
r...., 1aaf.S. ASS these word: My father, iim.The N. OR4NRB A\'"
flIttf; 1ft cue4611.d father tame In see the foundation Cardinal. was sent toMs KM FEDERAL
swain else #l.cia he said, was the I..L of It
WM. of the (hurrh by former pee city as a Arroca tram ..I. James 1',01 inn .oJ" JSlOCUnclf
F, Gifk A leyf n_ ., a tan Sy H Flews'COLLEGE children. He In the special ... ...
n1MKaea ... aat-ttis .... ... ell ... ..... PARK South and was r.wII'not formally a ('huhehe l authorised It lo envoy of Pope I'.ul1 --- --
leach all nations and prom- for the J December I to 10 cele
member of Church. After
FLORIST any bed !I. be with It all das. bration.
some years In government MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN
flown* ft wiwa
FRANCES O'HEIR O'HEIRS aims. ............. S,nil service In Washington, he became Father perceived that the The Jesuit foundation here
DISTINCTIVE GIFTS F;". Feed Sleet ....*. SIM .* *.*<.. a salesman of refrigerators Church was nut man made lull years ago was Inlrndrda ('OMMRTR mRRA TO GO

'Choke GrMttnf Cards PMba .ft" "t, ,}ATIenS but God mad,. He admiredthe a hospice for mlailonnrlr Individual fried Chicken Dinner $ 1.00
". ___ t.... Ad Calling at a rectory, he received marvelous unity of the on thrlr way la and from Japaa. Family BucUt O'ChicUrt $3.95
kirA.ad; Mau .. ...,
'.-4" e.w Co" Ifl I "BIG JOHN'S"SUB. a friendly eekomefrom Church which was safeguarded .
w.ITLA.e PL.da M..N.d
Ml bra tt.ed
4-4S7I Fish Dinner $1.00
the pastor who Invited by tM authority/ bestowed
SHOP him la for some refreshment upon H to "preach and teach At that time some Jesuits Shrimp Dinner $1.15
REGULAR .to In tlM name of Christ accompanied I'ortuiueiatraders r Isswo
NOW a UHATIOM TO sunn tOll'ff
The Prtotl's friendliness to Canton In China,
Fet 41 Y.*rFIRBT SAUSAGE .71 The sacraments, lf. aajtl
and h.ptialliy warmed fath. especiallythe : but their efforts to proceed to f> IT SI r r Park T
NATIONAL RANK ROAST BEEF .7$ Holy Eucharist. Cod's ales ... Orii|. BU Tr, nrlae(11 t.l_
heart and he .U..
er's rev Peking were* successful
MEAT IALL .u greatest lift In man madea nil?"r mar, A flu III lie ..... CT Mo
O J AT WINTBR PARt T.U Otrf Or VtJJO ferrrd U the Inrldeal. deep appeal to him Finally, Today's Jesuits, through '.4\I(!*.*le A !... led N aSI
their famous Case Itlo-i. a lake RM. IM. A St. r.W..UI ITT4SII
& I00 O.. A... When he married mother after a of instruction and
..+ TWST 61/MTHW" T* **>.: 47 N. "g. my year haven for Chinese refugee tin rr.eek Aft, aaalad SSS MJSavlflf.1
....,'IIC. iw* "'. 42S-tiio he was quit willmg to 17 years of marriage, father from the mainland, and their

alp, Meani. "-- 14a4e... .......... -4 ,--., L.1" .... do everything the Church re was received Into the Church. schools and training programsfor
quested. He used to say that, Vita) I decided to enter thaseminary J
M..s. the refugees, continue In
... e.e..A .- a'ecssi.. although he had no religtM,
h. trrlM'flodtJo"'y
was Macao, the work undertakenby y. il! .J by the tenth .1 the ,nrli Wweefism |
AFTER CHRISTMAS h* would not ridicule or criU- happy" even though I the mlsslooers 400 rrars p m earn"

del UM faith of others was the only ehiM. While I ago There are 30 JMUHI .the roll .1 f the nwttkl 1

CLEARANCE He was, of course deeply was In Uie seminary, father working her rtugiiMo
THOMSON & McKINNON Impressed i by the good example mad a dally visit to the Italian French, Spanish and
SALE my mother gave Mm. Illessed Sacra meat American.

N ORLANDO. SINCE 114MemW 5"rtot" only I said her meson The day of my first Mass =.
Sv up to 50% l lRfIIJjfIRS ill, and evening\ prayers butoften was probably the happiest' In Urged to vote
New Yt Sloes Ixha)* managed: !o. attend b.. life

MJ other .-z.l &MIf" ally Mass. meets act seem tier Mitt t flit, luivlftland |'CChristians )
parents only a few years Th lltlle talk he gave al FOUR PUt PU ANNUM
In this! anon to.
CORNER CINTRAL i UA NOUA PHONE GA J-7II apart, father was edified by the breakfast the heart fallowing.f all lettrhrd and Independent' nation, entire tuar..d ,infenl patd tf'I' CM16t1le.f '

hr 'alll| bared H U many ly surrounded by the Hepuh- .( 0.B4s<'. peins.i 12 months It UBJ*', wills: InUr. .*t
Tiara displayedMW .,e*. lie of South Africa, have been
urged by their ttorch leader remitted .. yu ejvaHtrf/ BILL BARDOEFORD : 10FIIC (NC) T1a Stricken with cancer father to vote In the February ,ler.
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, I i Pope Paul urges curia

II I Salvation begins with birth i iG officials to persevere

of Christ, people reminded r II ..11.... CMw ,... U sufferings/; undergone by missionartei .

H tmuous .striving toward perfection this year.
((..limit. ",.. *... 1) Before the homily, :Monsl- wise efforts to give Almost Immediately after

tidings of romloit and JOY, /poor Hums extended to the ideal and spiritual value to he finished his speech, the

tidings of light, of forgiving ,Archbishop, the greetings/ of your respective tasks so that Vatican press office! releasedthe

,I mercy, tidings of redemptionfrom (he Priests and people of the +. Ay1 this Romah curia of ours may text of a telegram from
sin, tidings of salvation/ UiIlCI'. ai f appear more and more the indispensable the Pope to Catholics in the
As the holy Mass proceeds .a rf instrument the Congo urging them to work
tonight, to offering, to sacrifice The weather was mild and \ well-ordered unit, the exemplary for l peace in their country and
and to Communion, (Kinder the starlit sky clear for the r circle about the chairof commiserating with them for

this great fact of f your feast at midnight in the Oldest f a. H ; St Peter in its pastoral office the sufferings many have undergone .
redemption in your hearts, City. families in Cathedral 4 t y for the good of the Holy ,

It is Jesus Christ, Our -Sav parish donated 300 poinsettia Church." The Pope lamented the upheavals .
lour, who brings Christmas plants in memory of their be. No reference was made In in many countriesHe
loved dead The Christmas
I joy and the great gifts of salvation the speech by the Pope to the referred specifically to
to the world. Christ flowers were placed at the expected reform of the Roman guerilla warfare, to crises in
mat Is the joy of redemption altar. curia which has been under public morality, the hunger

It has no other meaning, the Assisting' the Cathedral pastor consideration by a special problem and the spread of

Archbishop concluded celebrant were lather 11t commission for more than a juvenile delinquency

I Thomas J. Caulfield, deacon: j year. However it was understood

Pope asks fordisarmament father subdeacon Joseph; father P Duggan Michael. e I s r'' > sources from that...various the announcement informed the At wonderful the tame time advances he noted In

V Gannon, assistant priest! at of the plans for reform technelegy communion
the throne Father Timothy among variom peoples spare
; may be expected within the .
exploration and the proclamation
J Allman of Jacksonville and first months of 1965. Although
Gifts delivered at Christmas of liberty Justice and
father William K fnnis
to help nothing official has been released
poorI as the IdraL
peace supreme
chaplains to the Archbishop to date it is known
Orlando Catholic Charities staff home for unwed mothers. The gifts tribution by Catholic Charit rll. Pictured .
(I ... ,.... ,.(. II The masters of ceremonieswere that the general program for For this the Pope said: "We
to father David T. OShea, prepared articles for Christmas delivery and decorations. are donated annually from left, are Mrs FrancesDavis curial reform has been drawnup bless God and congratulate
promote priidrnlly
and way majanimously( process father Thomas B, :\..IcGraneand to children in foster care and by local parish guilds Thomas J. Aglio and and Is being readied for man. But something is still

of disarmament" he William Prkhard to residents of Maria Stella Villa schools and organizations for dia- Bernard W. Sullivan Jr. final approval tragically missing concord,

stability and happiness,"
said I II!'"hfr In his discourseto
Isn't It enough he con
"We would like to see a Calendar turns the assembled prelates of eluded "beholding all good
Zaleski he
Bishop Rome Pope Paul declared
generous minded investigation and evil In the world, to feel
of how-at least in I part was not "displeased! that the perhaps a new and potent impetus .
and by stages-military expenditure enthroned for council did not achieve Its results toward Christ the Sav

could be divertedto Changes marked of 1964 without "long diverse" lour toward Christmas? We
humanitarian ends; and year Lansing diocese and difficult discussions. think so"

this, not only to the advantage I He said this indicated the

/: of the particular countries (r.'I.... 5,... ,... II for constitutional amendmentto topics NC\\C Education Home Pope Paul congratulated LANSIV.: (:NC) Bishop liberty of opinion and of Catholic Hour hasrcnewallheme

concerned, but also of iliary Bishops of Washington, permit players Bible read. Department estimated S6r 3,> President Lyndon B. Alexander M Zaleski was speech which was permitted

others in course of development ), D. C. ing in public schools: Retired OlIO) enrolled in U.S. Catholic Johnson on his presidential enthroned as coadjutor Bishop ever since the start to the r'a-
or in a Mate of need. Deaths: Archbishop Daniel Bishop Edmund: .... Gibbons elementary and high schools election :Mrs, Rosemary of Lansing in a ceremony Users, and it is a sign of the in

Hunger/ and misery, sickness J Gcicke, 8'!), retired Bishop 9i!)! \\ol'ld' oldest Bishop Death came to Clement KII(h of Youngstown, elected in St Mary cathedral here lively interest they took in
and I Ignorance Hill. cry of Tucson, Archbishop Josip )j died Caidmal Rogues 83, of Ren- president of National Councilof and look over administrationof various matters submitted to January readings

out for remedy."In Ujclc, 84, Belgrade in Yugoslavia nes France: Archbishop Catholic Women :Mass the diocese which has a their study,"

this age of plenty and and father Joseph T, July Jo/cf Gawlina, 71, prelate for killings of missioners by Congo Catholic population of 211000. The Pope however said it :M.ttOKK: (:NC-A) five-
of brotherhood, we do nut hesitate Poles exile Carlton J, /H rebels reported .
OCallahan S> J 58, Holy in : were Bishop Zaleski 58, auxiliary would be Inexact to characterize part series of radio talks
to make our mn once Cross College: Worcester, pro English French vernacularIn Haves, 82, historian.diplomat. Bishop Edward: C Daly 0 r. Bishop of Detroit since 19r>0, the council as riddled aimed at the adult layman
mOil the pleas of the Innumerable fessor and Vtoild War 11 naval Mass and sacraments In of Des Moines killed in Home succeeds Bishop Joseph! H. with inner divisions. lie who seeks a course of Catholic -

poor and suffering hero only chaplain toI in Canada was scheduled January OctoberPope plane crash Death also came Albert, 73, in administeringthe pointed to the "profound and study through reading
today in need of genuine and Ihe Congressional Medal of) 1 by that nations Bishops to: Archbishop Joseph F. diocese Bishop Albers mutual desire for substantial will be featured on the Catholic

substantial relief 1 lonor father Gerard J. Hummel 88, of New Orleans; who headed the Lansing diocese unity and fraternal cooperation Hour program on the Sundays .
"You good and generousmen Campbell S.J., was appointed canonized 1 22 and Archbishop. Paul Bermrr, since it was established which inspired individual of January Father JohnJ

who are in a position to AprilRecommendations president of Georgetown University Uganda martyrs, slain in Bishop of Gaspv\ Quebec, in in 1937 asked to be relieved conciliar declarations," and Km an CSP literary
help the hungry and the suffering inns, and beatified Father Home,
Washington DC. of administrative duties because to the "almost unanimous critic and Newman Club director
those in misery and in of U, S, )Death claimed Holy( Cross Ltugl Guanella of Como, Italy of age and 111 health. agreement with which the at Wayne State University
state of abandonment hearin who died in 1915 )
a Holy
Sister! Mary Madelcva 77
Bishops for use of English: in December final results were accepted.It will conduct the programs -
:Store than 700 attended
voice the divine and
cur father i persons
appointed Bishop
Mass and in liturgy of U S, poet and lot me r president of "Reading for Renewal -
human voice of Christ, our Church Vatican' St Mary College Notre Clarence G Issenmann, Co. I ceremonies on December was at this point that he "
to to be carried the
brother in every human Dame, Indiana lumbus, Ohio, as Coadjutor Pope Paul made a Jet plane : II In the cathedral spoke of the "fourth session
New Oilcans' Archbishop NBC network 1:05
at : ,
need" John P, Cody reelected >iesl- Bishop and Apostolic Admini. pilgrimage: to Bombay and which Included a High/ Mass which will be without doubt EST. pm
India International EucharIstic offered bv Bishop Zaleski."" "
dent. at 61st annual strator of Cleveland; Auxiliary the last
general August
Mass guide National Catholic I'duealional: Bishop Alexander M, 7aIcskl Congress, where he was Twenty Bishops. eight of Indhldual programs are is
Detroit to similar posit welcomed by millions them from Michigan: : were Pope Paul took note of the follow
Association meeting in Atlantic Pope Pauls first encyclical and Richmond Auxiliary Bishop present. nations of the world where
tion in Lansing; Monsignor
SUNDAY January 3 City Ihth'langl'lu'lI'll'ta LcclcMdin: Mum was Inv Ernest L. Untei kocfltr named the Church Is not free to carry January 3:
Feast, of the Holy Name of unveiled at New Yoikoild sued Pope made helicopter George Guilfoyle of New asAuxilimy Bishop of Charleston U.s. The Bishop In a sermon em.phaslzed out its mission, and to the Understanding the Workof
Jesus, Mass of the feast \\ 's Fair with Paolo Car Bishop
( pilgrimage;: to Orvieto Supreme Court upheld key that Bishops have the Council"
York Father Jean B.
Gloria, Cued, Preface off dinal Marella as papal kale!: Italy for seventh centenary public accomodations sectionof the assistance of God in carrv -
Jansseni S.J.. 71, Jesuit general ( January 10:
hiistma) Auxiliary Bishop) | ChailesR of Corpus (hristi feast observance ing out their I mission Coming
and Bishop John P. 14! Civil Rights Act "The Church in Starch of
MONDAY, January 4 Mclaughlin: of Raleigh .Archbishop Martin Historic St Louis Cathedral 'When we look at our own Itself
73 of La died.
Treacy, Crosse
(Mass of January 1 1. Gloria, N C, consecrated J. Connor, who resigned! ( New Orleans, was raised to limitations and sins," he said events January. 17:
Preface of Christmas) was succeeded by Bishop a minor basilica Thou "we can be tempted to anxiety
TUESDAY January 5 MayThe )'rancls .. Itch of Charleston November sands of Catholics flee and discouragement but if tSIt .flmm H<,. f.l.f. S.... "The at Prayer"January
communists .. .... .. .
listen the of faithno f 1... ... !. 24:
we to voice
(Mass of January 1, Gloria as lector of North AmericanCollege Vietnam RiotsIn .I .... !>... Iwo !I.!...... _..
Preface of Christmas,) I4! official Catholic in Rome Mass In Use of English: in the :Mass Sudan threaten remaining challenge will be too difficult .' The Church In Dialogue"January

WEDNESDAY: : January 6 Directory reported 44874371 English: offered at 2r>ih Liturgical wan introduced throughout missionaries. ." 31:

1'piphany: of Our Lord Catholics year's gain I of Week in St. LouisSeptember nation Third session of Bishop Zaleski, a native of Card party. January 9, SL Speaker t Dr Frank

(Mass of feast, Gloria, 1,(US: ,413; father Patrick Second Vatican Council ended Laurel Long Island, New Joseph parish hall, 2035 Lake- Shred the brilliant lay
Creed Preface of the O'Connor'Otrd' Catholic I i Constitution on Natureof Conference set York, was' ordained in 1931 view Avenue, St. Petersburg, theologian writer and
Epiphany: Press Association Journalism Church with Bishops' colIcgiality and held various parish and 1 p m., parish guild, sponsor publisher she will discuss -

TlltHSD\Y, January 7 Award at 541 h annual convention Third session of Sl'l'lmd'at.. its key concept and UIII'OI.uIIU: ( C-) diocesan assignments, in the Men night, January 17, S ""110 Is "the Is-

(Mass of Epiphany, Gloria, t in Pittsburgh: Congregation Ivan Council opened w ith Massoncelcbiated decrees on ecumenism and on More than :200! Ilt'rllOn.111' Detroit archdiocese before to 1 p m. st. Andrew pariah farmed Layman?

Preface of Epiphany: ,) of Holy Office mitigated (' by Pope Paul oriental. churches were approved meet here on January 4 for bring named coadjutor Bishop hall, Orlando. Holy Name Society The Catholic Hour Is pro

FRIDAY January 8 : penalties for cremation and 24 )prelates, including lope| Paul bestowed the Pan.African Catholic Iduc : of I.anting by Pope Paul sponsor( doted by the National Council .

(Mats of Epiphany: \ Gloria, In inductions sent to Baltimoies Archbishop Lawrence t title Mother of the 'at ion Conference The Catholic M on October 14 St Augustine, Florida.Quadrkenttnmal l I of Catholic Men in cooperation -
Preface of Iniphany: ) Bishops Holy See ap- \ J, Shehan, Philadelphia Church on Mary and reduced Church is responsible( for SeptemberS with the National
SATURDAY, January 9 proved (J, S, Bishops' recommendations 'i Archbishop John J. from three to one hour f:u- nearly 40 per cent of the ,45444ON4s444444.44NI44 15 Broadcasting Company.
(Mass of Blessed Virgin for for extensive use Kiol Women auditors were charistic fast Archbishop schools in Africa south of the
Saturday Gloria, 1'iefate of ngllsh: In Mass Pope admitted working council Patrick A. Boyle of \\ash- Sahara. Bernard Chidero, a SubscribeNow

of the Messed \irgm) Paul established a sceiitatl- sessions Collegiality of ington reelected chairman of Ithotleslan.born IN official
ale for Christians headedby Bishops and Church in the NC\\C administrative boardat stationed in Nairobi Kenya, School Calendar 1965
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with right of succession. 7 d 22 End, of first semester

-third report due

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l..s .,....h.'I.' Pope Paul M observed! first f e Mar K Fourth report due

........, i. Ira I..,,, year of pontificate Civil / A' Irr Apnl 14 Easter holidays begin
t IN"'O"' your I'olru"ora rights bill enacted by U: S.
at close of claws
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