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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 15, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
weekly
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
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issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00055
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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XXVI, >o. 11 Orlando Florida, Friday January 13: 1965 log: to turn ita capital city of Warsaw into a "city without

God." Stefan Cardinal WysBynskl has charged.

Reports here state that the Cardinal
r spoke on January -
10 In a sermon against "the perfidy of atheists who

New approach madein Poland obstruct declared the construction: of churches" The Primate of


"I am the shepherd of a city which in to be deprivedof

churches It la the stubbornnew of their (the Ithf'l t.')

school aid bill r-I1, heads which directs their rage toward their Catholic
brothers' who build Waraavv. .
." ward Catholics In a New
John J. Year's Fve: sermon by auxiliary .
By Daly Jr. dent's proposal to aid elementary The Church could build
WASHINGTON <() Prewdent Lyndon B John.IOn' and secondary schools churches In Poland if communist Bishop 'Zvgmunt Choro-
man*kl of \\arsaw.
much-heralded] plan for federal aid to education include a15 million ex pan. luthor.tif'lollhlgl'l.

emerged n. a new venture to encourage public and pars lIOn olledcrallnvoht'mt'nt in permission for new construction. The government ale made
:niai acnooi cooperation to research through regional Kplphany: I traditionally a
aid needy children. school space, but conductedby educational laboratories In holy day of obligation/ and a
public school authorities which new courses and text "By what right: asked Car. public/ holiday In .Poland the
Advertised in advance by The President said in his books would be developedlie dmal Wystjnukl, "in a country dale of the start of the new
administration spokesmen as education message to Con- also proposed a $10 million where more than 90 percent school term
'intended to cut through the of the
} people are Catholics
grew on January 12 that heal effort to strengthen state
Church-State impasse over are we forbidden! to The Polish
o fa\or other forms of assistance educational agencies and a primate laid la
aid the President's program They are smaller In'C'OPt' $150 million program to raise build churches" a sermon on January ( lathe
calls primarily for ft billionto than the aid to public the level of preschool facilities Nt new churches have been Warsaw cathedral
be given public school disc school districts In two of the for children of slum built for several years "Our youth, who until no"al".y.
trlcti enrolling children from leaser proposals parochial areas. staved home on this
needy families school pupils" would share directly t'nder the Resident's program Karller.: a Catholic memberof day, acre by a careless order
Parochial and other private of aid to public school the Polish Sejm (parliament sent to school and our work
schools would participate ac districts which are found to ) had railed for negotiations ing men to work
cording to administration These are a tune million be "poverty-impacted" funds to normalize Church Today unfortunately the
spokesmen through extensionto program: of grants: to akilsl In would be given any district. state relations In Poland authorities hear up more
them by local publicsrhooli the purchase of library and In which 100 children or Tadeusi Matouletkl declaredin working<< time on people, and
of shared ser ices and text books and a Elsa million three |her cent of all pupils, a Sejm speech"Although : we seem to b! reverting ta
other special education project effort !. establish renters In the worst
capitalist traditions
come from families w ho *. which special! courses and .li less than KSXiO( per connected with the when working time was
Spokesmen said such project cultural enrichment programs year Administration spokesmen cooperation of Church and thoughtlessly: piled up.
I could include bookmobiles would benefit both public and
admitted this would in- state hInot been overcome
educational hm | children "Some gars age wise an. .
television' private s< >
elude between 85 and M) percent they can neverthelessbe Ihnrltles eliminatewnrking/
mobile
science laboratories, In the textbook of all U S. districts solved by new conversations
and remedial claws in subject program<< Sundays from the mining Indunlry -
proposed by Mr. Johnson, and attempts at rap ," the Cardinal '
$ I such as reading which Mr. Johnson also prnpn ed prochement." said.
would be let up in private an administration spokesman a l6l( million program( of aid
"Today learn ..
we that Ihn
said that if a stale is prevented education. MatowlerVI said the Polish
lo higher
old, good and
by renatrtuUoMl provisions people "do not understand' the prudent step
or statutes from channelingsuch '' It would include 140.0(10( federal Church( .state) conflict and do art being forgotten and that
Priest laudsemphasis assistance to private scholarships, guaranteesand not desire It." miners art again mad to
schools, the federal government commercial loans made work more and more both oa
on would do it dirertlv by students and programs to lit ailed. : Sundays and holidays"
This hat a precedent in the strengthen I less developed|
"We not
art seeking' a
pat'slue
'the child' federal school l lunch program colleges through faculty exchanges Cathedral being restored unity, a unity of aepara- Expresses grief

Other parts of the Presi. and other steps. ted I Isolated camps existing \TIC\N (ITY (:NCI.'Osservatort >)> -
Sun ,ift.im.s through the apertures right I architect who rrHklm In St within the nation but rather' Komano expressed .
WASHINGTON (NC-Mon.) homes In the facade of the hiatorlc) ancient Augustine and Jack Qualley, general a dynamic unity In which collahoralion Its grief at the slaying/
for
signer Frederick G, Jloch..lt.drector Verities good Cathedral of St. Augustine. Florida, anMonaignor IIUll'rlnt.ndl'nt| for IVmHroe I Brothers and the exchange of Bishop Jimrph Wlttebols nf

of the education department John P. Hums. pastor confers of Orlando. The work now in |nnjmui of values will take plate \\amha in the Congo and 14
of the National Father this week with architect and builder in planned for completion In time for I'Dland'.C'ommunbt other mlssloners of the Sacred
Catholic Welfare Conference spoken by Holy government
has applauded the emphasis for the important renovation nf the dedication ceremonies during the nl>- made, the feast of Heart Fathers.Tht Vatican.

oa "tht child: .ta President ,UIU.'S cur (:\C--' they i ould not hear him becante edtfir'a 'Interior IWrlKtr Mt in Usa lIf'rvanl'e of Sl AugimUne'a iOOlh an. Epiphany a regular work day. flared.: City dally d>.-

Lyndon B Johnson's plan for Families and little children of the n Inl background will go, accenting to plan nlveraary late in 1WV5. The government division! to "",nil profound grief'we'
Federal aid to education. Prrhap the ui i.h that I made by George W. Stickle AIA, open' the school term on nntt these new dealln whtih
Said: I j \\'C'I department came in for the attention of were alrrarliinnhed, he J'l'lphany:" was earlier, ral:>d "befall the Chun of God anj
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spokesman Pope l'aul1 this week UIUTIKS.: : bark page ---- -- -- a special vlclousnet I humanity liielf
Priority li given' to children !
in areas of economic distreii when he vtarted' a papal

This' is ai It should be. Center for pour Roman in Public to view progress
Improving educational opportunities fanta and .later poke to
in areas of preen r:1 I I
tl'O'delft W. Peter's Squareon
need will best profit both UM .
children and the nation the tiarniftrance of the at Mercy Hospital site :

"I would urge, however tenet of the Holy Family. .
that consideration be sien First he visited the Santa
to other resources available Mana Infants' Center. January OKLVMMJ: Mercy hntfHta) in Orlando in well along area remdrnts would be In 1
in those areas namely, the 10 'There located within the way to completion SKI much *n that friends Merc v' voted publicly to come sail! flat
private non proM schools It Vatican City. babies up toM Medial Center will wmn be invited to take part in a'camera see fill IhemcelvM the pr 4* f
should be emphasised months of from r.u and to bring camerasto leUSisters
repeat age poor Sunday" at the hospital location on l Lake lawns
KM
edtr that the beneflrianes\ of families receive fend, ctothtogad lake pictures of the
When the date aelertrri.. all residents of Central Florida .pilalPeople.
any aid program should be wised aid ._..ut. 1.. ._...J... ...n, ..+_... ...L.
n
the
child -herrh6t wants To the auttnhtod mothers
campaign is engendered at are most |Interested r7 n
art found." the Holy .lather mprtstetf buapitaJ! and take pirturrat .
this. time to spur the contribotM In the upprcurklut opening
Mtntlgnor lI..h.lit; railed 'teod rneas aM reveuaefor ..st Monday. Archbishop of attuosval mosey needed .f the Kerry Medical' ( enter I
It tf "great significance"" that this state which is au lofty Just* P Hurley. visited. with hem this arM I* meet and the hvtpllil' riling I* __
"the Pretldeti rails f far rt. and bewrttful"He members of the hospital ran Central nsvtdai's commit rcmplrlloa I I. saw beginning
nutto during their meeting the .rtftMi of Marcy I. ...IIIU ass story.
tperalbtt) betteet the at- trged them I.( r atH* Moll to *r
5k.', public and privateitb the virtual pdMnre. snerf- rMArtod by the commitia* s Mei1MN fostertlpeehars
This week at the cwmnttleemradng.
general che"", _. Andy fter
*.ts." mess sad Ike eaf..y .. near .
MIl The Archbishop toM raSher *t the January II alhtr Family **
bring tired aM .. rematas 01 the commttiMMr laud. how far rcMtracttwi
.
"I have always couadmd Ttrence J Farrelly, ha.-
the public and private schools .Ida"I shot their home b. phi' i.tpusenuttve. a e 4numbers Mr .".. Frisk J .has advanced to s stems of thai cwmtry to be ever mere sanctified by the of the committee CUsus.. thairana of r'oastnrcUps .Ing tMt it WM. .mT.*im..>..lyUtreeflfths ) 1 I
itrtneri. not rwnsirOtorf, ta lard's) arewswe.The that he was plamaH with .UMprogreM ; and HrsjiMtey Mmnammsru cwnpMHCMiftrurlMm .
education" he said Pop. then turned. his of ri 1'UI'Uoft. rharmas of use cltiMoM' CNt. ....11If' r.llJwoIf!

"Our eipertesrt si many Mtttrtm I* the 2M bobs In I.! ). summer *4 l'X4 andeqiMpmtnt
He rtmmradrd Ike" e oimattre -
parts of the eo tory .prtwts mawy of whom were crying ..4.nir r. for thHrnHralisi the great benefit that stark a Now we would fete to .. !. the .iMlrr1ki ..Ms will lie meats I by A. ttar- he Installed" to. tim tttI .
partnership raa be to the sit. ***** M ts. cmMim Jut .I raising Mifftrirnl find !. nerd turner. WittkM M. ..{I*..M 'to early N.. ...wr.t'.UW ,
drrn in all schools The A4- .haw is thto to bt >at*." ....1.11. completion the IHt rt4- 0''.' awl WOliM H.lsgWDM t.." ..., sM

ministration s MggettMt M Tie tope dad SM tcpitot if 'lag .f this, k.*pltal for ( eaIral Mr ftwrw sisMs..i1 to Mr Clleiito, appealed to tie take
extend that pruwnfci pot* he were rtftmng to their inrattUsJ llcrtda these m*... the lark III prapv. committee members .. d1..* f perpetual vows
a new chaltoagi tar raters to Mtnrstaad. hn, hasp for a baud *f "open ga4e"Sunday tout to call fritmfe .f .
tort end s* tott to the fan that Rm red m
order Merry 19 help 1 reach rwnmusuly the 0sMM. by Father Bernard F I IIlttm.n..t Fl'irtila. M'..n*: r,>aks and other ex.

of II MlllMi which. his loss altar and Fatherfi firhlotMrrOH trmal symbols of the congregit! :! I

M low ('..tral Florida. to give .II., rtrently received> Ow |."|>rtual teat at right on the altar. (Pictures,
to Merry. vows of four Sisters of fM fb-nediet at story, Pagt 11.1 I

The anginal contracta -- -
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r .a44 the Pan AmericanKngMeertog -

and c'mistrurimi
R r ri CtmtMMy was. for t2 t'IO 9M fl< Council
rSihl and It was noted that the may expect
cwwsMiSMty gal wa ".t for
12 MllllM... TIM "fiirniHrt,,
wan presented with a > v> rent
ff" gees report i b" r i n Kmr debate revisions
LOrlando seats-- ."rei 'to>> d.'> in on
tlit (ommimity l>irMM 41M11.

A and. veal I pas m.nti ny J.,,_ (.. OArtil I ItJ ill" .om""nc. fi K:..t r"nti-

.% a made. now< standing at \ .\ ('.\\ ( m (M'Irv debate and iw>rtif voting pig din'u rn4ln" uifi final, .' .fTJ,
t | .174.041! itr.
the. .... As of the present It M itry
otjUrjok for tht fourth and final n .. 01 at.. so.on
) Btrrkam pealed theeemmlre MwwaMl. eowiri) that bftMCosjBcil H yits fe>f Ithtvt that the religious liber'yschema
will bt the tint te-1
-.. their s r r erstee sad corkers thus. ,far h to Fathers will still to Ike atuitmrtt .< rampant sefctmat-t.lagm.t fr** wash. MMMKNHI. MM ciiMt* ...... freedom do.,1"
site of > iwtowtoa
Mercy Medical Center tells own story ,1r4'I user sit h* .....*.., I. .
.hUft said natolHryThtWt . at least al 11to
base lie ..1 ee.arelwieebls
.
Artkbiaaop Jed P Hurley now beftasunf t/j t'ti ill owe story trt's r.....Uttve; ... 1jp$ JMStaryPraarto A--c .a.....pra.M. ware at IIe art dfMUMkS M- t week, .k. said.. stt"." .r.lion a.asrpuaecll That', t u' 4

\M week: Haited the lakeside ooavlnMtoa Vtattnn osi To*_lav were tram A.... asstruetlae 'f4.wt. E PierreJain fLssnsaVt ""... ssj asi interview by true of the pf'-i-, >--1 1mcnl t r

site of Merer. Me left Father Tb>.tt > B Mc4 ir.r- *4 Wmirrs. ..1 II.. 4> ..tar erf the .MM '1Iv I Mtrrm A pfwtdnre| .,hn h iiuv M being ml .10<,.,,,,. in re/yrlnl/ i A i iI>j :

Cuter to Ortutte. TW, hospital FatIwrTf'f J J',' r.tl.: A" Ur. X Marry. l.rrsjrt H ,.. .,e.... Muos.'ugauv ha "n '.... nmntirr, ,.t m*..*iii'<. ( limit. ,.I t I.i -q: j i ftol.MJL

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flm. da Reports -Devotees of Mary told:


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St. PetersburgThe their Priests work were explained portrayed by and the Orlando of action at Council

St. (harles
Si Martin de Porrei children who were dressed in
Catholu, the one event
Forty (Hours Devotions will rllU.DtI..rJlLsCFor: )
Guild will! hold a card party appropriate habits which had
begin on January 17 with High importance" was th;
In aid Jl, the Immaculate Con been made by Mrs. William of the past year 'of most abiding
Mass at 12 noon at St Charles council's masterwork
crptlon parish on January 20 Amlro and Mrs. John Even promulgation by Pope Paul of "the
Church. That evening Benediction the Church,"' according to
m the Catholic Daughters of the dogmatic constitution 'On
of the Most Blessed
America Hal) at 1 p.m. Tampa Monsignor! George W Shea
Sacrament will be at 7:30.:
J:p piany of Mariology" he said "are
field
!Monday at &:30. High Specialists in the
Holy Family On Sunday January 17. the morning ,,
Mass! will again be offered, particularly grateful for the constitution1 eighth and
Ladies Guild of the parish '
At their January meetingthe will hold a membership tea with Benediction of the Most { A" last chapter 'On the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of
members of Holy Family -
Woml'n' Guild enjoyed avery from 2 to 5 p.m. in an attemptto Blessed' Sacrament taking i God, in the Myattry of der examination by the connCil .

interesting and instructive lain new members and to place at 7:30: p.m, The Forty Christ and of the Church." .
Hours Devotions will close I
become better acquaintedwith gA2i Priest
was
lecture with color slidesof The New Jersey
with High Mass at 8:30: a.m. 6. The chapter devoid of
Peru, taken by the Father ladies of the parish who a speaker at the 16th annual
Thomas Furke of Christ the are not members of the Guild on Tuesday, January 19, Manological Society of America express mention of Our Ladyas

King parish Tampa, while now Guild members are expected Morning star convention held in Philadelphla Mother of the Church"

on a vacation trip to Peru the to attend the tea and The third annual benefit Archbishop John J. obtained final approval of the

past summer.holy to bring along a guest Ar. show sponsored by the Morn Krol of Philadelphia urged council fathers on November

rangcments for the tea are ing Star School Women Auxiliary Catholic devotion t o( t the 18. On that day Pope Paul

Family Women's Guild being made by Mrs Guido to aid handicapped children Blessed Mother sanctioned by announced he would end the

Is sponsoring a teen dance Piccinlll, membership chairman will be held on February truth rather than sentiment council third session November

on Saturday January 23 from 18 at 8 p m in the option( Monsignor Shea rector of 21 by "acknowledging

8 to 10:30: p m in the parish St. Patrick Hoom of the Cherry Plaza Hotel Immaculate Conception Seminary to Our Lady the title which

school Refreshments will be "Aloha to Hawaii" l Is the Ladles, please keep this Students sing for anniversary. Mass In Darlington and society she well deserves of Motherof
-
served. Donation is 25 cents theme of the annual dinner date in mind for a delightful listed six events the Church"

All teenagers are invited. sponsored by the Mother evening and a most worthy Youngster who sang at the jubilee aa a Priest Clergy of the Diocese from president the Second General Monsignor: Shea said In fulfilling

The W omens' Guild Is also Club of St. Patrick School cause, sponsors ask, Mass of thanksgiving in St Joseph joined the jubilarian at a luncheon Council of the Vatican which \ the promise made In

planning a dessert card party This event will be on January Benefit chairman Is Mrs Church Lakeland, afterwards gathered given on the occasion Monsignor JohnJ show that the proclamationby hi.I encyclical "EccleslamSuam

on Saturday, January 16 from IS from 5:30: to 9 p,m. in the Foul Squlllante Mrs Frank in front of the rectory to congratulate Mullins VF, of St. Petersburg, wu Pope Paul \I of Mary at ." and after allowingthe

1 to 4 p m. All parishionersand church hall. The adult priceis !Hart, ticket chairman will be their pastor, Father William the speaker the Mother of the Church did council ample liberty in

friends are Invited to at. ft.50 and children ticketsare assisted by Mrs Frank Conti, collegiahty its deliberations, Pope Paul
not
J 0 Parrel!, on his 25th anniversary infringe upon
tend Donation is dollar !Mrs John Colby, Mrs Herbert
one
75 cents The public is invited of the Buhopi chose the moment and manner

and those attending are re Gentry, Mrs Bryan Dick- The were hit pointr of expressing his own
quested to bring their own son Mn. Stanley Groo Mrs judgment- 'at was his right
cards For tickets, contact SarasotaSt. Frances Martin, Mrs John Winter Park St Petersburg Beach 1. .\t the end of an allocation in virtue of his God.given! of.

Teresa Dloom at 525.0823. Martha Shan ne.sy, Mrs. Dr u r y St. M.:rjjarrt :Vary Mt JohnSt Coming at !M Mary :Major basilica fire of teacher, pastor and of

St. Martha's Guild will holda franklin Mrs Carl Warren, st.Iariaret Mary Wornens John Ladles Auxiliary October II. IW! the Pontiff the Church"

Transfiguration lunch-on card party on Jan. Mrs William Powers, Mrs. Guild will hold its first will sponsor a hearts and events asked that the Church recognite "It is not true" he con
Final plans for a fiesta des- uary 20. Luncheon will be William Plank Mrs. John flowers card party and bene :Mary as Its mother tlnued "that this
proclama
sect card party were an served at noon at the Knights )horsier Mrs James Wade meeting of the new year on tit show on January 27 at 8 'hi. ..I.... Hit fillip. h....

nounced at the January mret of Columbus Hall\, 18th Street. and !Mrs )Edwin Pounds Thursday evening, January p.m. in the church auditorium .sea f I nine, ..-Ia'. tit..".p.,.u..a.-., Inlrml....*.4... 2. The title of the :Marian of twit the ran episcopate counter to as the a wishes wholeIt

ing of the Woml'n's Guild of Please bring your own cards The art chairmen will be 21 at 8 00 p.m. In the parish ..... 5, IN ., P" .1.. ...U... draft remained unchangedwhen received!
was by the BishopsIn
Transfiguration Church The ,III b. ....11..4. the Council Fathers
Mrs and
reservations William J.
)For contact Gilbert center 161 Swoope Avenue. !St with
Peter thunderous
card party will be held Satur Mrs. Charles Heed 9587477, Mrs. Otis Gamphcr. Ticket Jacksonville voted to incorporate\ into. "
day January 23, at 12:30: p min or Mrs. A. F. Landefeld, donation Is two dollars. The guest spoa'ter of the eve tt. Vincent Day of recollection, Jan the schema "On the Church applause

the social hall Tickets may 958.8222228.: :! Tickets may be purchasedfrom ning will be Mr. T J. Aglio St Vincent Hospital/ Auxiliary uary 16 Dam. to 2 30 p m, 3 The holy Father expressed .

be purchased at the door the any chairman who represents Mr. Agile worked for the met on January 14 in St. Joseph Church St Petersburg the hope that the St.

day of the party or In advance DeLand each parish In the Cuban and foster Schultz Auditorium Mrs. Fu Court St Ann IMS Catholic third session would show "the PetersburgDANIEL
refugee
by calling either Mrs. Frank S.I.. Her area also at the accommodation gene Corrigan, Auxiliary president Daughter of America unanimous and loving acknowledgement -

Smith at 5261503 or Mrs. Ge. At a special meeting calledto desk at Jordan Marsh, care program In Jacksonville introduced Dr. Thomas sponsor lather Eugene T. of the place

rard Tschldcrcr at 3471423 diicuss plans for their next the Chamber of Commerceand for tvto years, before coming Edwards, vice.president of 1:ainm S.J., retreat matter which the Mother of God
members of St. Mon. I here In his present job Mr. the North Florida Eye Dank, T. WINTER i CO.
Everyone ii Invited and all project, the Cherry Plaza Hotel/ Desert card party January occupies In holy Church

are asked to please bring icas Circle of St. Peters Clearwater Ajllo will speak on. Services who presented a film on Cor- 16. 1 to 4 p m, for informaton 4. In late May, 19W! the Holta.I. School Bonds

their own cards. The donation Rosary.\ltar Society heard a to l'nlothe.\ ,ad Adoption neal Transplant : call Teresa Bloom:\ at Sovereign Pontiff told a general 40) Florida Theatre B'dg.

is one dollar and there will be report on their new 'ear's eveparty St ('rv''ItaThe Program I ." The Guild 8-rrd heart 5231023 St Petersburg! U om audience at St Petersbaulwa St. PtUrtburg

table prizes and door prizes.The held In the parish hall annual midwintercard will\ alao have on display the "Time and Two Women" a 1'1'1'1 Guild of Holy Family Thus alto by this

women of the Guild will\ Chairman of the party, Mrs, party, sponsored| / by the layette to be given to Catholic film on cancer, will be presented sponsor title Our Lady can be con Phone 8620381

prepare and serve a fattier Richard Basso, stated that business Women Circle of Charities Any member Is Invited by Mrs Alice Tlwes, Dinner, January 1(1( 5 SO to sidrred and honored at the

and son Communion break. 110 people attended, enjoyed St CeceliaVomens Club, to donate any article. for education manager of the 9pm.. St. Patrick church :Mother of the holy Church
fast for the Holy Name So. dancing to the music of the will be held Friday, January the layette, the color scheme American Cancer Society, at which is also marled by the
M.ther'
hall ,
Tampa Club House For Sale
of Deltones and the 29 at the Memorial C vie Center : being vc'low' and white All
cicty the parish In the social greeted new the January 19 meeting of the.omens sweet and very exalted title
hall following the 7:30: year with song and horn anda Clcaiwdtcr Leach, at 8 members of the Guild and \'. Guild of Sacred sponsor of mother, Mother Church"
Mass buffet at pm their Invited for forty !Hours Devotions Jan- St. Jude! Area
Sunday February It supper midnight. puetts are Heart! parish at 8 p.m. In the
The children of Transfiguration The supper was prepared by St. Leo this informative program Hefri'ihmcnts church hall Dr. Wm. J Itol uarv 17, 12 noon. to January 5. hcclrklam; !Spam' the

School presented a vocational the circle members It was St t. I hcr: : /.!.bh..yt'harici will be served an, M. D.. chairman of the 19, 6 30 1m., St. Charles par Popes first enitlical limed $10$00 by owner

skit under the direction alas noted that the party was II. ('arr, who manBjod cytology program will conduct ish, Orlando Kin August t. told that the Holy 1 btdrttm, *Hr.ct vtly land
of Mrs Irene Hynes socially and financially a sue. Lake Wales Chicken lasagna dinner, lather would not pass judg
as the HillKboio Hotel and a question and answer /cap.d.. lot and a h.lf.
the program for the evening! ecus the Floridian Motor Motel, holy, Spirit period Immediately after the Holy Nine parish social hall, mini on doctrinal points! UB-
Schools but and
Several orders of Sisters and As for the next project the Tampa has resigned both IK>. Mn. Francis Doll of St. showing of the film. 5824 15th Avenue South Gulf. shopping

Circle discussed and decidedto sit HI n to become director of Jude parish in St Peteriburg At the monthly business port, January 17 4 to 7 p m, Special Mass set FHA. commit.

St. Petersburg have a Mardi Gras danceon business affairs and development was went speaker! at the meeting to follow, Mrs ArthurJlichman for reservations. call Mrs lilllGTOSCICath.(: ) 6012 VK Are, No

February 27th In the par al St lo Abbey and luncheon) meeting of the Clubof president of the Fred lUmerl! at 3424142 our parishes m the toiled!

ith hall. Norman Right: orchestra SI. Ixo College:: He was also (athnlu Women recentlyIn Guild will discuss final plans Men night, January 17, 5 States have been given
per
will play for this president of the Tampa \H >U1 the club room at Holy !Spirit and arrangements for the variety to 9 p m, St. Andrew parish minion celebrate

Holy Name Church t'l.'ntIra.! Daniel\ ascetics and I Motel Assm'ultion.i par sh. !Mrs Doyle is imme show which will be presented hall, Orlando Holy :Name Society Mill to of Our one votive of

is chairman with !Mrs Joseph Some of Mr. Carr responsibilities dute past president of the for the public on I eb- 'ponlOr.I.un'hl'on Guadalupo during the Lady obscrv

JACKSON'SSHOES Nardandrea as chairman involve management West Coast Laywomcn He- ruary 26 and 27.Refreshments II
of the Catholic Inter
card January awe
and head of the decorating of the business office, purchasing treat Association\ She spoke are In charge party,
.
American week
20, keitt (Hal] cooperation .
noon ,
committee Admission will be
personnel plant op- on the mission of the laywoman of St. Anne Circle.
January 24 to 31 The
IHth Street, Sarasota, permiasoon
by reservation only at $350 In the modem world ,
nations, supervision of housIng Beach ,
DON BARDELLA New Smyrna given by the Congrega
per couple' Phone Mrs Las- and feeding facilities, and Mrs Thomas McKenna Barred HeartSacred Card party January 20, 1 lion of Titles in Rome,. was

Minigtr relies 734.5344 for further In. assisting in the planning of president of the Club announced Heart Altar Society pm ('1)\ Hall St Prttrs- announced here by the Latin

441 Central Ave, 142-111 formation.bNNNNW4NMNNbNbN.NN, the new development of the plans for a dessert held its regular: monthly burg St Martin de Pnrres America bureau of the Natlonal .

college The latter Includesby bridge party to be held at meeting Thursday evening Guild sponsor( In aid of Immaculate Catholic Welfare Conference .
next September additional 7'TO February R In
i pm on Conception parlih
7 in the Catholic
January .
RENT A CAR SubscribeNow dormitory space for 240 nun, the Ilikeates Woman ClUb sodal center.Clans Dessert rard party, Jan.
and a teaching auditorium! building Mrs Harold lingers .
were formulated! for uary 23, 12 TO pm Transfig"
LEASE equipped with the latest an lio. and Mrs W. F Manry Jr a bakelrsi bake sale to beheld oration parish social hall, St. Edouard C. Craig

POUR (AR IROM ANNNNNNNbbN.N.NN visual equipment including will IK co-chairmen They on Sunday January 24 Petersburgomens Guild, Contucter and Die+ritijttt 017CAL
closed circuit television fatili will be assisted by Mrs Carl
Mrs Vincent Pest was named sponsor for
ties. Heath Mrs II J. McClrrnan.
LGLOBERE"Tillcoataat ALPINE Also planned is a new gym Mrs. J. C MeClcndun and rhsirman Teen dance. January 23 8 Vtt: M.Ut?, Coons" ?
naslum It was also decided to hold to 10 30 pm holy family and Mesas: TiUlIT 898-1111
Mrs L t Martin
TK. ail!| nw Nuri:ng Horn an auction on February 5 at pariah school, St Petersburg .?4th St. $.. 347..4101I .

5 I 2 t 3 YEAR fur the finest in Muring; S':TO pm. |111 i the McCrory Dessert card party. Jan. Oil Hilt Httdquirttrtl
this kitchen 0 Automatic
Home Curt. Try treat DtllvtryPrtmpf
LEASES Otssro storeroom at the shopping uary 23 12 30 pm. Transfiguratlon o dependable
167.6571 center on the South Dixie parish social hall, St
Ph... DON MI ZUD 161.3611.sr.4 3456 21 it Ave South Freeway Mrs Hen Iluelsman Petersburg.

mitt Salts Is chairman aislsted by Mrs. Dessert card Jan.

t a Io Dlanchette and Mrs Joseph uary 23, 1 to 4 party pm. CDA rfiiIi.e eee eSF .rticei

Sweeney, Anything of Hall, 363 ftth Avenue South,
J. It* l.tt.rjPrtidint value. new or used, will be St Pettriburg fr Tj''IU'i

auctioned. Dam.. January' 23 K of C :
/
Mrs hose Griffiths was appointed hall, 1301 lI.ndncksCnue, fir /
w tY chairman of the nominating St Petersburg Assumption .. .,.. .r.

committee for the Parish Guild, sponsor .
election of officers for the Rummage sale Februarys 4'4( ".. Stout N.....

.one ear. coming year.Refreshments. and 8. 19 Magnolia Faints.
t.1a ?001Ir.
were served St Mary Altar Society ipon
rIlsa5.tbn ..55(5eh. after the meeting by the bout- IOIINSON INSURANCE AGNCY
sot
... ral a... IUe I .I,.. sal ifs.
...arai ?N, A.S I..4 b .ale. ......r. eases, Mrs Thomas Welch, Card party and benefit JOHN
e41 Mrs JO'l'rh'oUa and Mrs show January 27 I p m St H. RAFFTERY

Bernardino 0'9rl.n.Fernandina John church auditorium St 111), I C.'trl Are. T.t.pho"

Beach Petersburg, Lades Auxiliary S*, ,..."tw, 142.2141
Parish PHARMACY Guide M MichaelSt sponsor

Delicately! browned pat Drain tuna, saving oil for Michael Church of Ftrnandma Card party, January 29 I
ties of a flavorful tuna mix use Ui r rnmlnlllfu. Flake pm. Memorial Civic Center
have
Beach will now
turf, sau ed with creamed tuna In medium C1.areater Beach
mix BuiintisV
a sue
Your Doctor's Prescription Sunday :Mass at 7 and 11 a m.
11','is, D a meal minutes tng bowl Add crumbs, emen's Circle of St Cecelia Cameo Dining Room

Filled Idl'ahll'h will be a hit onion, egg and evaporatedmilk and Our Lady of Consolation W omen's Club, sponsor .........
Will Be At
&I Promptly Church in Callahan will have '. .
trtoEDWARD
with lour fumly Three and mix thoroughly !Sunday :Mass at 9 a m. Auction\ February S, J 30 O
These Parish Pharmacies.DISSTON convenience foods from Divide Into 12 equal portion p m.. McCrory Otasco storeroom JAMES HOTEL

your tantry shelf are the i and shape into patties, San Antonio at shopping' center on O.w.... 'h- ...,..., else. ...
chief ingredients: can.Mtl Melt butter over low heatin St Iro College South Dixie Freeway New .....*. .,..?..
and milk. ......... tb.n.y ... ..
peas evaporated a large frying pan. Add Mother Marie DeChantalOSR Smyrna Reach Sacred Heart/ ae.W1 a..b

', tuna patties Cook over low .. prioress of Holy Name Altar: Society, sponsor' IITM Clf ., Its ..sus.. rto*.
Ms..1.5. Here evaporated milk 8lt Tr....,. |.U.4 3111
ht'atlnlll golden brown on Priorv, San Antonio where Dessert bridge party 7 30
dues dHibl duty I In the
DRUGS underside, about 5 minutes, the Benedictine Sisters house pm. February I. 1.ake'aea!
tuna it serves as a
Hint' ti-Urml "h"I'Ilnl| |, ('rntrr binder potties and keeps the patties then turn and brown other young women who attend StIo M oman's Club Puildmg, nub
347. 141 FREE DELIVERY side. about S minutes long College has announced of Catholic Women of Holy
moist I throughout
NTO 4Jlb \o. M I'rlrnhurl. Horld.iKtll nicely er. Serve hot with creamed plans to add a new dormitorywith Spirit pariah, sponsor
In the creamed
cooking 4112
(.rrrn Humpa |t<,nhle fur PruwrlptloRn I--as. Makes 6 servings facilities for 120 girls %
peas it ,Is the bane for the Benefit sH.w. Frbrnary U.
To make creamed .4 number of the Sitters are
HOLY NAME PARISHGULFPOUT white sauce, making it peas I ,.m.. FgjptliB Rcem *flierry
richly smooth and flavorful.Note Empty a 1 pound can of instructors at the college. Enrollment -. ( Plata HtUU OrUnd. an
peas into a saucepan and of the college Is exported ON NEW
and
too the quirk Moraing Star School .mfl'l siILUry
DRUGS bring to a boll stir in 2 to increase from theprf"nt
method-no separate .\ '
easy sauce-making: here UMcpmtts oil from tuna SnO students to 800) by ipnr \ / CAR LOANS

Oalgrern' 6fft'IwJ
Tuna patties preferred' ) RflMfrom ruary 24 7 pm. Holy Name THE

Your Ntlqhborheod Drvgglsts Self.Strvlct t MM I.W It M. was IIMt and star hi Vi cup flour parish social ball GuIf on. NATIONAL BANK

344.0011-5009 Laleview Avenue I t ..u.. flu Ire fcrxd mutI .... .. thM 1 for aliens. t"tII3-4U494. 011 ST PiTlUlt.I
Phone I Mull ...... rb.7ee .* cup evap. TIII:"Kl>\' KTI tR: town lie : ;AVENUE A
Gulf Florida orated milk Cook and stir St ugMtine Florida I TYIONE 1lYD. I t>It : NOrH
port, ... .. H Mi) M PrOhTIOIR
S '" ".t Ilkc "
user low. heat until thus Quadr'rentennial' September' '
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Fr. Otlivtry Top SI.mp.I WUT
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'Pacem in Terris' to guide 1 .. J f Basic idea remains same : art



convocation's agenda it\ should be liturgy's handmaid


rather Roman S. Gromala chairman of the nacrcd Sacred Species la a notion
:MU "iOIJh (SC-The) vice d -
president of the United
of the from
art section Diottsaan Liturgical Commitwion, com apart the hacnfus

States and other top national and international figureswill menu here on art aa it ia applied to the altars where which transubatantiates the

take part in a February convocation here devoted. Xlatwea are celebrated in Englwh facing the |I'olde) The bread and the wineonsequently ,
to Pope JohnXIII '
( it would l
Horkla Catholic is pleaneci to publish this aiticle by thePiie
u m e n t a 1 seem more proper to 'have
t who presides over St Jerome |mrwl in Indian
peace the Tabernacle placed on a
hocks u 'acn. ills is another .
\ltar of
separate Hetiervatu.
Participation of in the series of arti prrssliin The sentiments of( a
: The side!
arrangement of a
Humphrey and the In soul I
<< are able through art to
l cite on the new liturgy by altar for the BlenseJ Sana'
was announced b\
p become visible 1 and tunable
Hutchins, president I I l .I PrietiU of the Diocese ment has not .been enthusias.tKally : .
realities
ronieying: a message!:
Center for the Sludv 1'1.) to others adopted Most h'cllhat
cratic Institutions the THE next time you enter in the type' of stnutures( in

sponsor the ilL elevator, consider w hat !Now I if this is true then the our Dioceite the side altar

February 18-30. JiI you do. Do you look at the Church and art should be takes away from tin proof|

To be held before flooor the alls' Or ratherdo close allies .'or In the na dignity and honor due Our

audience of about ( you look at the flashing Bred trust of( the Church are I-ord Thin might\ be due to

Ions. the convocation numbers Indicate the held the treasures of all the fact that we have brim it

cuss requirements for t I } J levels' The latter Is more trutht \' proceeds from accustomed sn long to I the

using Pope John a usual. \\e are anxious: to see dod; However. these truths Tabernacle as the central'

cyclical. Pacem in h. and knowI ht'r.I. are muit be expressed in understandable point of our churches

(Peace on Earth). as going forms bll'h can be \\e shall await what future

parture point be It would seem that a sim conveyed tl) othen. attitudes and expertcn

liar attitude could be true of then might: suggeatHowever .
Certainly all forms of
The :!!000-word our entrance into a church art can be t'mrlo.d to speak In several larger
Pope John's eighth We should! be churches where
naturally aware of the wondrous deeds of God. ample spare
It a sweeping appeal of the purpose of the structure -. This union between the lit available the side chapel I it

niea of
cure peace baited on we would look forward to the Is and seems to be quits
a harmony which Is encouraged
world authority goal: \I hl'he wish to reach suitable and appropriateSuch
: by modern: tunes
the armaments race .. :1 In a well-designed (church e and blcshpd j by present day will bo the
arrange<<
should
.1 f auclear weapons N'A be impressed not with .
hierarchyTo mint In (alhedral where
of f colonialism and the value of materials or the en.gmeering our
to dA $; date we have seen the only the \llar of Sacrifice
atlnn of rsrlftm and : genius: which com
I bmod first slip toward the fulfillment will be In the sanctuary,
rl.ll Injustices.Hutchini jtff them but rather we
ra of tills
Mespeak
principle
should sense the spirit of God It Is a compliment to our

said ,, t --f.< with us and around us of the necessary changeIn pastors who hale prIKlurt'.tIUt'h
hi addition to : :- our churches ti> provide an
(ln
For this "
reason then there
,<..... i w suitable and' attraitivi e
Sitar
Include U S Chief St."n.( .. 1 has .1"abt't'n sincere effort of Sacrifice visible to arrangement One chur. Itutilised
Fart! Warren: U to make the faithful and allowing' for
the
retarv' .general of the sanctuary char expirsmon of (he m s* modern rlmtui tit
; >
1 J. ; of our churches the focall"mt 1 support the altar table andtery ,I
Nations. Ambassador I | here was to he found leiy fulfilled upon| .it effectively draw the
eva
Quaison-Sackev. ," _.......:..w.o.. ,
I < to J the main theme and purpose| \ general sar v ey o ( to this point Another designed >
f\
:
general of the bUlldln -lhe Altar of churches finds each pastor siiitaMe planters I
Brandt. Major of Altar of Irish saint
Sacrifice. striving le adapt (Ms new arc which lend a breath of nature
Muhammad Zafrulla
rangrment!: In harmony with amidst the design of stone and
Pakistan. !judge o' St. Furtoy, "whose feaitday H monastery .t Pithiest "h.h; work t (the French minion .he \\lth the .present changesand Its function Wood' !

national Court of January 16. wet" bon near Late attracted poit ,lantt from .n(t tovtf died wtt..l on a journey in adaptation' ef the Illitrgv We pray that the inherent

Miss Barbara Ward ( COT Hi Inland in the 6th linl nd, Afftr 12 ytort of Northvett' France. to modern limes thin prlnrl Most have found it practical artistic
talent In each of
Jackson British '{ Century Eventually !he erected preackinq in his own country h.ro.d The remains of St. Furtey pie Is no less dominant It re lo build at the forward edge will strive always' through tit

A letter from ."*.. to England ", n.r. ware entombed at Peronne. H. mains the same. of (he Ilr"MII In front of the :
,
<< our |K rsonal liv'ing of the liturgy
Ivndon B Johnson in Cardinal speaksin ho built t mo M<.ry near Y.r. bectm widely revered and the. As existing altar This old altar
a matter of fait greater to utter loudly and I Idearly
the ('onorallClllIII | mouth. Ho toofmu.d hi mis* Enqlnh St. Bede had much to now is dcsiknatecl: as the Altar
stress laid the
is our sentiments of
bv. Hutchms to Argentina on lientry .ondoovourt_. My .f( kin incornpt'bie body. churches 'to I III' built upon In such of Reservation' since Its aervhe soul our

Mr Johnson said About A D. 440 w' find this H. n N.1hi, patron saint of Is mainly to support| the "
a manner as to Induce the My lord and My Gad"JACKSONVILLE
''no doubt that Such 0. crisis of' poverty Ink saint being _.bly ,.. Peronn where. hit feattday u live paiticiaHin| ( of (the faithful as'. tabernacle After e MX'r It'me

lion under private coved by K9, j Clevis .11 in ceUbrittd at it ;is throughout. with tins ranj"I1If'l1t many
III tnsIIlts: (Ntntnnio ) The church edifice' must
of the problem of Frtncc Th. I'ng helped him to Ireland Th. p cture shows the |pastors tmlpnipUte the rain. .
I 1) '
-, \ Cardinal aggiano. of ( a pljie of imKregatiim''
buldtOt"her montttery n'tr altar ol St Furtey in the parish log of the talirtnacle to I b.
Buenos Aires declared re Para; Th,| "was .t Lagny on the church .f Peronne "whert hit a place of protection from the lightly higher
tetevteed .elements but slate
all
costly In a sermon Rive; M.rne A't.r eight yten' relics are .",hill.d. It lliis will offset limo occasional .
that iwrtMu !nuwt think be must enable the' sacred lit
problem the front
and organised charity in urgy in its sacraments and" K CPABO.O'J_ > 'I3RELIGIOUS

.their concern for the poor New dictionary issued for ceremonies to be (fully animated Altar obstructs a clireu view
lleing so elevated It will allow aT1: =2tri001

a.w The tardiest said all persons (for a mare clear view and (
; of The design of the building
whether rich or pour, biographies of hierarchy more alert ..tlt''lo"'If' tie
need not be according to strict
must live In spirit f faithful during their visit lo
a ptiverI
!! sty tea or tradition I Of mor.ml"lrtll'e .
3/ I and provide for a fair distribulkta :MM:: 1OI.H: NO( : N
fr.. '"ii. .M 1.t. ., I."Jt of ellh. than ,N90 mew. !named to the Amnicaji hierarchy: since HaeaiaousHimeni and that we lie able to limes other than during Mass ellaaa.nl se.tleeSTEAKS
rheIIf'allon: of having avery
.
OM '- 1 ,win a IIi understand Its design And
Now do *. I live la the yeses ago /
e M
Joseph Mefefle, There were 'Id blood. this .he achieved low late ernacie "placed at p... .. ...... .. ,......
alive goal can 'in
the 19th are
century wnsw pMp* todav. brothers In the American the front of the Altar of SMCrifwe ". fl. .111
353-7419 '. thought the right of ownar This .is brought out in a hierarchyPI.ven varHws ways under! different does not seem aim' tin:
ship and abuse volume I circ'umalaiH'ea and' In different
JJ4 W Forty implied use one. biographical .:( Miahopa-elert were mitant with the liliiri: alpuixie '
,tho e tt'ndrn"'f'1 to twice and be said OM .has no ragM to fHrtionar. of the American never ctfiaarreted. for'Ir.. Im I'.ltt!tea .| llekrrvniinn of theE BOOK
!ooperdt' 'on) among men that. roll a MM pan mils sito a 'llMrarchv published here I-or this reason the artist

are beginn,ng to appear cigarette slid. smoke it TM The. author la Monsignor Jo. MUS reaoaThe liictionarv of Amerii. slat we might aay tie artist. & GIFT SHOP

Church. cnaalnsrs thus a grave seflt .B ('.osst of ,Sew York is published' bv Joseph anllwrarrhy architect, art moot important H. THOMPSON CO. ..' '. ,.. ,or. ....
Thundcrbird 5r5ts 5S Sill 15155NNns.
today
51..MNIN.NNNNN.NN.N1Subscribe sin former professor of history al t Wagner here and Init tut ontl lit t Kent Muted' .

1 nowNNN.NNNeNN.NNN.N Cardinal I Cagguno said the Catholic t'mversity ol .luit-ed al 112 M Art 'Is a r'.nsrrrsllon! to n Sup pi ., and |qu pment 1.1/lean.a ass NINNIer
many ('.....K'. .lack Use \marira who compiled II sim. tN. alMa I..C.
of Church Dtcaunti A........ .... a t........,
pint .. poverty and social' ilar work M IMO Radio battle shapes to 710 Watt Bay Strut ...,, lira'.. al 'Jo'
jutlire ((OvorMMSMs atouM. Covering the' period I from up
Jackienville, Florida Phone 7JI06SS
STEAKS tax .thane who have pleflly olmonrv November I. I lim to M.,\ I I.
Atlanta Monument Co
SEAFOODS ." .he said 'It Is oacessanr IHM the volume iimtalns' 8M
/rose-Gr.nt.-M.bl. win Indians in So. America
to pav workers Ie aid bask 'ograf4iles' of( the mm I

c. na. P.t._._.. -5'N...,_ them n every wan ana. to elevated to .the Am'',,. nhierarrliy fAS TE m KG tm RWACY

lil EOTUSJWAY .... 5s .Site make them .m.sntvrs. W UV and. others who 1.I'l. IMivU\ (151: ) The M o knoll radio

...... .-, ..._ a 04 0 enterprise' !having .Mrs born or Mil<< sled Mhoola broadcasting to rrx ire than 10 million Indians, .11 IIa5 //cadet/n5 .. .." .
.... .. .... .. .. .
I NM.Y I.. I m tm ll lw .l.tf
f r 41 a I aggbiw thru m tilt tated SINN and 'left living. in the ArxWn highlifarnts u nits of Amth Anirtua ate t,.**. .*.a i..Htvr .__* ..4 a.4. ....
I the roustfry to serve M ether. .... .
; a long war of wonla H.uii.f Mire car s.i 14 sans
said he .has sulked! sloe 'Im
lands read nil Mil ,.__. B4 111 ....
Donovan's Hyde Part Convalescent Horn sirosemesit I. shln<( \rgesillni with formidable opponent eewtpiiperi epeas a. a s.elssIIi.. ...... "......
Tht btograflural data and dreamed of l hurltuns I. 'Ikeludlaas
f'f'.mlC' and .tw4sMealprchtrms ftadlo }dosoow.>>
JOI Hyde Part Read Jecite..TleFUndVt some 8 aptMndlrM which .
hot added that ItirrMisilry '
lint the ......... to varlMislaietartts ItovMt Kuaala announced
/ Largest eta* Most MeeVitCentre / "Is sIHI I I. a time dcrisis. stow the. early w I* *Mlwr H would 'iaadM learning languages, Yew -..1 M. Americans; INTEREST

Heat ad Air Cend'K.aiee; ( ." the Church as in*progressof I'lilted. .beglM lassoing cause .pre the ImfcaM are taught. how to ,in YOUR at eunt

100 lee.i'/ .... |.*.. The Cardiaal spoke to !states greens M! l>serhua. the sooty care for animals,. how to uaelertiWer t/.If

Uenteo1; by 51,.. leerd of HeeW' Ph. J"ho."i1e! W)'ll new tinea altar paying a lwrtrey language sps<4iea by meet of and .plow (lie land
lebar Isbredhyf loco ill Die ladkwM who are ateHerwiIhrawgfc hew' to are .fur th tr thildren BEACH BOULEVARD
Members St Matthew! Parish
rail an .......t At Ire
liar t.so." .. l lay brkrks make Masse hew
I": Kcisaitor. ,IWu. Hlivto N.a..u.N.M -
IliiaArgMstau sad. nerUipfn ArfMrtmaM lo fish.. weave rags work owl...'. /:::::::: !Lift

It heist by w. Sevaateea Bishop ofAatonraa leather run mwpl'nttvnand /
\ rnir Us and .paMtkal .tavir VM! .have .been. ele. the pressed time moat of terfrt oases

!irty which IMV* rsrasHlyre v.M4. to tl f (::01..... .4 ardi. the .VssschiM., .......... brood AM.RlCA 4..J

.u Iced s> sthraka a< ... aids. in* !last one ....... ('.,. r'... ....... from a ..d5nrt The rails. arhool. alee' pro

"Im,,. sod! 'w wii.rpc.eam drat latter af /M (Uuis inIWI at atattoM opwratad by "..tr. free rkrthiftt; and vita. ....... .N/N Nae NN IIAINMars..5rnu ,
.,
tatn by terra of .... rtgM the MaryfcMll Fathers. and. nuns. and M oj...fele. a mini. .. wan

a: I ll'ftI' --4sr rn AmrrtrasM have (from. ejM large station rap her. of eiprrimental. farms the

we Argentines 90 nat 'MM eatiaacra.ad] .Isy a Hope l""rtod b) ProtestantCenxnimM Indiana mat visit to (tornnrw AMERICAN1It''ff'IIA.I

f Aa .e 'f leave. v>ok no aside two fry" Pius. XJI' four b> John cHarts le. Jam techswfuea I in agriculture .' ... c. /

yaIGIN 1.6121 1 1Lha a "1 |'ve to tine ...... what. N XXIII air 'bv .Pawl VI The Had'. Mottsrw broad
...
l*>e.. sfailMns kavr It. lHrrdN
Arrr\9t (r.. us the mats -Oaw-fourtS) of the Amen KHpHH I I.d.< ... she ten rasa will .be rfevoted! ", am.,-

d JL&ryl I.as1e j.N ( NoetyJ j i, "tIt's v ii prrttM" longer .tee it rasi Buhops wore or areSMmkvn hi. HM. pfegraiH le .lar ily .to. enterUinmee4 and rom

shnuld the Cardmal warnedArfs af '9i, roiigwuifive m fI n i s I proM{* 4a The
.kfaekk. arl.<...H.r.1 l mrlkeis
... has gist powbOitiM .. orders k-itl.r), health aed. re. Mar>knoll ...._. here are TROWBRIDGE HALL
I a* aat kvlkrveUiere AniIIJI..... and II) (...ident the fejithroraiag bet

our Peaiur! are" man, ......,.. M Maskasss sell covert to Cathaisnam lIeIe.. tie ef sand. sip be son by 772J JASPER AVE.

to serve you . the' weld that have a pate wild. tWit raete sUttosu ..... wha are giving the :.A fIIciat; .... 1 R(" .q PulkX :

tail. M Veal at Arsmfifui a" the Maokaoll F.....,. have Qus-Mae laeM a ck. re t"tanprwve
And Reipenitifiry
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Catholic Comment'The Holy Family, Magi flee Contentment Is reward for effortWOOD


_m."L.'" ............h.. .11.1...............
BethlehemWE to save lives you rate yourself

birthplace of it all'MARRING a contented: In both of these Instinct,.
hardly think of the
the motives
person Do you feel that life. moreover man

an otherwise excellent French outpost and slew the entire i as people: indeed on the whole. it treating vou Father be tainted The persons ma
we picture them rather title kindl '' If do this be more Interested in ganln!
you possess |
edition' of The Florida garrison excepting the women and
me our minds about them -
habitual tease of well-beint Leo J, acclaim money or power,
Times-Union of Jacksonville. December children and youths not under arm We tee them as a gorgeous Frank J. which II e can call cosrtentment : than In fulfilling their talenti
A chaplain with the Spanish force ob- splash of Oriental color in the Tresene
"Ft. Messed Indeed .
27 laltt l was a lead story entitled you are
served' that the Spaniard found many dimness of the stable but foe Shred r do I Although contentment Is (
you not pose it.
It All In
Caroline: The Birthplace of and emotional
n8 more think of them assaying mental ita:>
packs of playing cards with the figureof it would be profitable to ask
a subhead oo page 2-A. It AU turnout anything than if they much to be desired we ow'
the Host and Chalice on the backs, )'oUfatf'h! )
to be America: "Ft. Caroline : The were the M and! the att remember that we are talu

Birthplace of America...' The historical and many saints with crone on their There may be great paintingsin .*s wt well know, God bas ing about human corner:.

Incongruity of this statement-making shoulders and other playing card bur. which they are shown sitting ghee Ii certain talents mental <' Tre pert"" I' unwilling ment not about animal contentment

a relatively insignificant and short. leaquing things of the Church," Later, and hiking with Our must simply leave at we find and physical tt well atipintial to submit to Ie) .Sclpilne of A \\'en.fed dog
Ribault and of but I have He t. would stretched out on the hearth
lived French Huguenot military redoubt catching two groups Lady, never nOM H. not to do to They returned eipectt it study or training which
shipwrecked soldiers on a reef south to their own country use those talents to that we make hit talents usable or rug is the picture of conten

Into a seedground of the American of St. Augustine and after exacting Yet C BV.erwUon there by a route which did not take mar make. our contribution he it unwilling to assume the merit but if not a conten
nation might charitably be been .however nodes it be. lathe for humans to
of the
their unconditional surrender Menen must one most them through Jerutalem A may added responsibilitv which a ment emulate
without the conversations that good of others and the world would be in
panned by our uttering thrilling entail. The a bid
might
that
thowi) goal
des ga% e them to the sword' with the glance at a map higher
obvious rejoinder. were it not that efailtd to get itself written they could have reached the betterment ef the world 1 Another/ person't low levelof way if we like animals had

wont such attempts to put the French same sang froid of French cruiser captains _n. Three Gentiles did eastern border of lierod'sdominions around ... aspiration might have its no ambitions beyond food and
off the coast of Holland, of not simply walk in adore warmth.
Huguenots forward as the true first in half a day or When we are unrig those source in a timidity which it
Jacques Sone. who had slaughtered hand over their gifts. and Indeed this is the
He shrinks parade
settlers of our nation end by flying in leu If they left before dawn talents it or near capacity. a species of pride
the resident of Havana several walk out again without a He of contentment, that alua\ '
jean
.. failure
the face of facts and by slipping-let and flipped away unnoticed wt experience a feeling of from possible
before and of word spoken there must be in it an elemerof
the fallacious Dominique de Gourge. at they had probablyarrived con tentment Psychologists\ would rather do nothing than
us say accidentally-into "who would wreak a merciless French could easily and risk falling unfulfillment \\e are sat.
Catholic They would at least have they express it a little different reach high .
expectation that if the revenge upon the Spanish occupiers of told Our Lady why they were have reached safety before They tax that w e are contented short lied with (our progress up J

Spaniard! can only be painted black Fort Caroline renamed San Mateo) there, told her more, eertaia- Herod 'IIoh.JOlfph when we have the conviction It would be stupid. obviously this point. We'Iew our present

enough the Protestant Frenchman can only two years later I,. thai they had told Herod flipped away quiet. that we are making satisfactory I to loft imposSIble goals for status as quite gratify

glow by his side about the star aid what It ly too the tame night one progress toward the ourselves goals not commensurate tang all things consideredBut

The Catholic Spaniard In this case "Some people considered him cruel had told them imagines taking Mary and goals winch we have set up with our talents we have no desire to

wrote Soli. de Meras. Menendez broth. the Child: for an angel appeared for ourselves goals which Thit too can lead to discon r'lthere we are We rat
li Pedro Menendez de Aviles founderef
er-in-law and official chronicler of the And Our Lady would not to him in sleep to say are challenging and worthwhile to move onward. There are

St. Augustine indisputably the oldest expedition( and other that he had have tat trailing but mute that Herod would be seeking tentHer It a voting womanfor still further victories to be

continuous settlement in the United acted as a very good captain should'' Through the star It was God the Child to kill Him, that It can happen of course example. who it very unhappy achieved To apply here an

States and 'birthplace of It aU." Reports later readily in who had tent them; she must they must go to Egypt and that we are blocked from con because the cannot old adage. "The joy of I tip

Ro Indisputable Is the priority of St. accepted have told them something of stay there till the angel told tentment by external circumstances succeed to becoming a great hunt Is in the chase not the
France that Menendez did this not to what Gabriel had told her "'
Augustine In the scale of American him that It was safe to return bjch are beyond our concert linger She sings kill.
Frenchmen but to Lutherans She have
were may perhaps said control A man whose wife it well but no better than two I
cities and states, that not even a disreputable If we suffer from discos
later rejected by historians Discharge nothing of her own virginity He do not know If Joseph
dying of cancer will not b* or three million other young
historian be found to tent then It means either
can
of his mandate, military necessity, inability But the must surely base had that knowledge of the contented nor a woman women In America She IS
challenge It What certain rewspapernwn told them of Gabriel that we are not fully liking
gags s me. .
the
to feed the French captive Scripturei which Magnifi whose husband It aa alcoho discontented through overestimating
however is the tasteless sage that her Child was to be our talents or we exaggerate
cat ahem ut that Our Lady lie.
from his meager stores-over a hundred However discontent it her own abilitySimilarly of those
the extent talents
way in which history allowed that called the Son of the Most had But the at least could
Spaniards would die from starvation generated far more often by here it a man
noble city to be founded by Menendez, the High and that God would, give hardly have overlooked a resemblance a flaw within than b>' a force who 11 a branch manager for As a result we fettle for
during coming winter these Him the throne
of David
of all people. Last June 19. the Times- Hit in this to another outside ourselves. a large corporation He feels too little or we expect too
to have been the whichled father It" not because .
Unions sister paper The Jacksonville appear reasons II merely flight into Egypt nine hundred frustrated because he hat not much. However if a choice
Menendez to his instructions they happened to find a A person may be dlKon.
out before from
carry
ears a
> ; bf'eaftO'ed up to a vice- between the two must be
Journal
published two-column
a storyin newborn baby where tented, for example became
so completely Although France Just a king whose word was death presidency at the home of. made it is better to aim too
which it wan solemnly tut.tutted newborn baby was he falls t. me such. talents at
supposed
and Spain were not formally at war, 'J King II. 40i Jeroboamwho lice He cannot realize that high and only nick the far
that unlike the lofty driven to be that they fell down and he does poiseit
motives
pure
had been threat
a to
police action of this sort were common while excellent in executing target than to make a bull

that prompted the Fort Caroline occurrences where national am adored. Solomon s kingdom fed to Sometime this underachievement company policies he does net eye on a target too close to

fortress, it was "hatred and stnf' ofa bitions collided in foreign lands or on Their coming, and the rra rgpt: and stayed there till stems from lazl base the creative! ability *o be missed

"religious and nationalistic character SOl for It, must have bees a Solomon was dead

that lay behind the founding of St the high seas The merciless burnings. great JOT to Our Lady, and to The Egyptian border be.

Augustine. "Indeed, the malice of one lootings and murders committed by St. Joseph whe the told him yond whuh Herod power Father Mithael V. Gasses
French corsairs !in the Spanish Caribbean did not reach was perhapt
cf It. But there
people toward another was actually was one Mission of Neenbre Do D 01
only a decade earlier were regarded frightening element week Journey at the pact
the motivating factor in its establishment" .
as 'courteous feats of arms'at at which they could travel
They "would of course. would almost .
especially at they
Any old stick Is good enough for \ersailles They were cruel! time; hate told her of their visit. to certainly have chosen CR6At ChApteBS 111
one can imagine the fate of Menendezhad
Herod and of hit
beating Pedro Menendez de Aviles But requestingthem the older and lest frequented
he fallen into the hands of Sir to let him know where roads In preference to the

Thus rhetoric the usually wins hands down. Francis Drake! Yet, to explain the the Child was. that he too main road whenever pottible I rlORl CAtllOllC histORY
warfare
waged between cruelty is not to excuse it By no might i worthtp .foreigners i.
Frenchman and Spaniard for controlof means might have swallowed turn

the Florida coastline in the 16th century a story. especially if they It mint have bees an appalling ('kapterTSONU duties it chaplain took on hang up hit hat In the (Iprr.,

hu been developed by Jackson To Menrndez it seemed necessary tame from far away from Journey most of It i few of East Fieri- the task of Instructing the pen. place and teat humr

Mlle Francophile into one of the great In this instance to sacrifice mercy to leraia for example But through barrel country ..- s former Spanish first grades A layman Jose in all modesty .After blessiru

scenarios of modern The justice and if that marked him with Herod had been king la his Inhibited with water almost resident. uprooted In 1763 AMonw Iguemx. was exa himself in the name of th
journalism.
load sentence In "an indelible" stain as the Catholic historian own realm for close on forty Impossible to flad returned to the colony from muted and! found qualified to Blessed Trinity he shall tak<

Times.Union the issue load story of the John Gilmary Shea concluded in years; there could not have The last part. at they approached Cuba At the tame time. teach the higher .,MH. up the book or paper war

time special leaves us no the last century it was the sole stain been a man, woman or child the Egyptian border over COM) British subjectsleft Instruction was; given In shah his study is to bcc .
to wonder who playa the heavy: among the Jean who did not . The teachers shall n
sheer reading.
on In otherwise admirable breastplate was desert a vast writing, arithmetic
"Admiral Pedro Menendez de Aviles The interested reader know, what kind of brute he sea of sand treeless shade- In 1787 wily 9no 'white (per and geogriphy permit children in the tchoc,

had murder in his heart and massacre might profitably was lest It would have been a ions and 410 Negro slaves with contageout: disease

on his mind as he led his column of read the superbly balanced appreciation Our Lady might well have nightmare Journey to any could be counted In the entire The roles under which the such as the itch Th

Spanish soldier against: the French of Venendcz" recently published by shuddered at the thought of mother of a baby lust born province In West Fierida school mat conducted ire schoolroom shall be swept a

garrison at Fort Caroline Dr Lyle N Me A lister of the University > "hat would happen when the But this was a baby whose the capital town of Penia still striking for their high least once' a week b) th

morning 399 "on a gloomy of Honda as the introduction to Magi: went bad to him. life was sought by a powerful cola was left with 266 tahalH tlaidardt. respect for diMlpHne. l. pupils themselves Th
years ago. Meanwhile, the landMlnorrait and practical good length of a puptls alxenc
facsimile .
of Worse
reprint Jeannette king than heat
back Rut the Magi did
It St not
Augustine the go sense.
Spanish
ungraciously tit
I from the room ) shall
Thurber Connor, transl, 'Pedro back to Herod and find and thirst ass the formed the bulk
began .
a settlement HearIng measured by the mo'fmeata "
Menendez de" terror of pursuit How could A brief follows
Avilt'l. Memorial by (,on- of the Chilian population I. sampling
of this the Times.Union wrote They were told In sleep-a Herod men fail to catch pendulum hung from tf1"
this time with drums rolling trumpets zalo Solis! de Meras (Gainesville: Unl.nnity mysterious phrase which wt them SIiri.lln* perhaps Ks No one shall be qualified ceiling of the classroom

pealing and rewrite of Florida Press 1964)). ,ersont, inrlndlng the few to teach except upon examin which pendulum the pup

men standing at One final note : In this day of con. -- Italians sad Greeks; who bad alien and approval the ecclesiaUcal himself will put In motion I''
attention "Ribault (the French coin Question bogThat's escaped with them from
:NewSmyrna
and
mender soling advances in the fraternity of civil tupen the time of his going out the
) mustered his men took the ort of the .
men and religions it seems proviace teacher taking note whethe
bulk of them aboard his ships and set especially Throughout the year the the still in n'
regretful that certain public voicesfind the trouble with rather llatsett was dsap pendulum is
sail "
to tchooi
attack shad be
Menendoz
In other it pointed to tad that he was opened at Iran when words the difference between "mur.dfr" necessary to denigrate the great making no headway with the ato'cI..k i In the morning returned ."
and enterprise of Catholic Spain in Florida ud at two in the afternoonM
"attack" 'private
depends on whose interpretation'Q Mmercani. owing to nit Ignorance NN.NINNINNINNIINN
by the father of no time shall
ox Is being gored portraying; then of their dialect a the pupils be
enterprises as a murderous dumittcd in the morning before Why Amen
roguee I variant of Cataaa
Although It startles the naive to wa having a diwuil are related various says to twelve o'l'lOI'k.'
learn that are not conscious that Catholics have sail l ith some loa ('alh.I I' 'the \people of God" Special The disappointment of rather nor in The. "., IIIr.." saw *.Iot!
the
men warred afternoon la .
mercilessly winter !he
against each other in the felt forced to paint Ribault and the friends chase religion leiiii mention it then made of the Camp wai even keener fore sunset As each whroeirhlnc II' l, 1.5

16th century, Huguenots In any unfavorable light, them to a .Irlrt literal Inter Jews the Vluiulmant, and all II he had hoped to retire entire school the pupil nut Hum. U a pvM.ta..5 l '
as m
they unremittingly do in our own, except to acknowledge. as history itself prelallon .f the Bible and t. those who acknowledge the' Now the old fried realised awl in the afternoon morning Mlk In the II.-If Iw.h.tl"
It 1111 .he
shall
fact that Mencndez accomplished acknowledges that they were interlopers a belief that not only do they (reator And the test con that he had te stay on rather" greet with The tll'IoM i.f M>) |1.( I lid.''"

with dispatch the military portion of << on the Spanish domain Why possess the one true religion tmuetThose than leave Ins (people without first hit teacher proper and courtesy then his bat lo tae eailir.l trnuilet

his mission to Honda. The French in cannot the heirs of both traditionscome but thai all others not of their ales can attain to the service of a Priest know fellow puput H. shall then .f I hrMlnHT. .

traders at Fort Caroline were regarded brlii-fi nil) be damned TM, salvation who through no faultof 11' their Dative language NN4'.44/NN4444455554448454
to a quirt appreciation of their they ould alto Includethe
by uv their. do lasted
know
Spain In the same that own net the reluctantly agreedto
Saigon looks on the way common glory? There I Ia enough gout par tout someplace In. .\f Gospel of Christ or Hit this arrangement" which M. J. Murray

Mekong delta Vietcong in the for everyone in tOO) years of history, rlra who. new heard the ('hunh vet sincerely seek amounted to the creation ofa

orders Menendet was given without ....I.'*g et the bad. Recognizing Urd 1'( It It not (,ed who iiod; and moved by grace parish within the parish

to destroy them this teeth would seem to us to djmm this person but .e strive by their deeds to do Hit Apparently Ha>**tt did not Strange but truei

Marchingoverllnd In mld.S4'ptem. be a fitting way t. observe Florida abs failed to "gel the third to will, at it it known to them .. la the trouWe of seeking

her, 1565, Menendez captured the QuadncenteuMaLsvmr.o him In lime. ) They reject. through the dictates of conueoce approval of the arrangementfrom I 'i ;;1' tyke \i I 'WI'es s Service
rninpletrlT that a mu follow.Ing .
Nor does Dirme higher authorities. for
the dntalfi of fell .. Providence denthe help* trouble It *.uld have been s .win

'h flor dJ Pope Paul VISalutes rlln.cI..Irll be laved necessary for salvation to the slow.nMvmg processes of

I i"h'or If this II 10. he l Is iat. those who, without. blame on cover meat. eccl sust" at

I lag himself and onlv Gad; | ran I their part have not vet arrived and lav that resulted from Ww' L.ac +e GMOSTKigM,
ol late am one "I I The' point to at the application of the t ,
arh t Spanish Year an e.pticit knowledge pat i. ?4ss.e oi
places In the Ilible II) In( of God! and with Hit grace ronato real were notorious! at t r.t ,,r rran
there will be false s k D fti. M else
man
re
strive to live life this time for hoMing
a good up puns:
.
r>K: COMPOS the Year
Italy of
......... .''"F ".... rompoxtela llgkin the member of "hk h"lIn'l Whatever good or trash Is and precti far pas the time ire
110115. ear..ise cuss. ,... TELL: p.l.C( ) Pop will bring .6ptOUI fniitt in all t male It, etc found amongst them it looted of their practical ue 6

ro. ... n55 .h... a 55u Paul M has expressed the hearti .\ 1 am not able to supply upim, by the Church at a prep. One lIa..r.4
lit NM .1..1.1 nrl.. aratMn for the r-.I. Vie program
\ery heartily .
we pray that directly pertinent and condo.sine
0....4.. IWrid hope that the m Holy fear for the Minrrao was
555,5'i..cdpfl.a the devolHW knows that It w by Him
to the ..po lleJjinti blblk'alt....* for yours gnus
I* IT II A. maCM will b. "(or !Spain and for which historically friends" But 1 do beliete that who. enlightens. all men iis n footnirnoo. socrettck I
*. .. | opened for .
1.C p.r ear; .'..' o their raildren
s"u.ttu.s tad. the world an abundant source given Spain an cjnn and vibrant I i. a careful study and m.llsta that they may finally have in September, 17(7

n. rlo.I". r.,h&"<. .. s *._ of Catholicism. may still tins of the HiMe and etptvialIv lifeThe
...l Of Ih* < .....11.. IS-... JI.Mn.. spiritual grates radiate. at in the pt. firm I of the :New Testament sill||| CoastilutiM then Insists It was apparenthe ',..t
Ilia. ..5IM \.fl..,,.1 I i'.,hnll. nes in Christian and lead understa on the need for effort free ttheol\ is what 11 the
to
Wilfir* Oaf*,.n,. ,... ..."i ,. peat a us that missionary now
/I.,1 Mtrttn' *....,.h.r. .Is a letter !. rcnundear misMon.ry spirit May a pUgnmage (tad! created all men for His because me are deceived mted States sod us '-enttn \ .

r..r.M5tItel.. .,! LNM.... dmal Qulrofa j I'alaclos .f( to the shrine of Com ow* glory and destined them b. the Evil one, have rule remained la force:
.1. m.u und th.
a sits. AA .t M.rck Santiago de ompoitela al pastels beacon( unity to tterwal happiness: that Iledesired exchanged the truth of roOd for tnufv .(ne rears lather '1 d.g 5

nourish in everyone fraternal these saKatian 10 for ties. and. serve creatures Traces la uttuon te ha 45 t03D MQgK r

the penlnf, .( the Holye r, I sentiment toward the harmon much that .He. nest Hit own rather, than the CreatorWe : a w.. r Nr eILRJS

Pope Paul laid: > and (peace of the rhil-1 Son to todeeon all me and agree with your friend! 'c s1, 'S Oeliseststg4Cesy, N'w

..,... 11....I .. l.hkKt dim of God May this veer *f rail them to His .ktapfcMiVy that we must Prearh the These tntwers are from M htatin.4'f. rrr

..-.iit. 141'or "It la highly t. 1"6" be fw Spin and for the main tiara for aM''er. (: tfel te every ere.Lure "* 'Tli
Wltortt, ..... *... <*.!.. ratifying worW aa .W>mljM onespiritual of lag VMIT geese u ta quote I Mk l I'. l It' And we' a(rein darted by M.n.lM.r J, IIrolumnlM s

...,.. A. ...11... Ui to send! to you. your rthdm prwsi," to you the atatnsest ",f \ati,. too that ... man caa save him ('essay I..N'. lase 14"wLPsc use i rdia. vr"M4cisrN

A4>."'."' ( Ml".... *** and all the SUh \ IMy. Near Is M4 .base ran CMiard II .ta Its CaMrtuIMM ... Salvation cases oaly Hirer )o., .A+MN titlrb.

4rN.rr a. I.'...". people a message' full of M the Church arwnulgalfrf from nod throne Jesus oj.e%li-.>. hl'lllf'4.I pleases. M w14a.t'f.1. seno'I5Mtw.t..1YM0 .
paternal every time that th* feast ofSt 'No\emb 21 Chest But God can find man. U The Florida Caiotle. \I.I la M r y fi r' .1.1.1 K sin 1

Friday January 1 %. r! IT ((n'ti<< J "ra01t' ,tho>r who hueD Mold, sane of sharing his. t..cI.. S. n'fin4

our 1155.1. tvrvt.nl wades Ill,!! :j falls on a iunUJ -'a. : wr r.ar r.
) "I pct mtivvd the Oo I'd j ) graces: : with men ol food will .l.k. + +k.glArlr



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The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 15, 19fiS


Sacred'Happy Scripfura T. S. Eliot eulogized as foremost*



I religious poet of 20th century


the who fears the Lord'IN
man By Kussrll !Shaw (Our peace in His will ."

the NCWC News Service One of the clearest state
sermon
on the
Our Lord declared mount that wilful disobedience tHis T. S. Eliot, dead" January 4 in London at the age fIr mends of his later position
blessed
I happy I the humble the commands will bring inevitable I 76, was the erstwhile laureate of the "lout generation"who came' in his choruses from
punishment. "Ihe Rock""All
meek and gentle the sorrow became the most distinguished religion poet of the our knowledge:

ful r' Father OB the other hand we have 20th century up to now.Kltot'i brings
the merciful so us nearer to
many 9Ip, heavily symbolic and sometimes our ignorance
evidence of Ills .
compelling life \lived In
was a
of ( r r John J. All our ignorance brings uf
types people maddeningly esoteric1
usually I
regarded -
love
and kindness and mercy .1 pilgrimage. American born
by the cynical and CastelotHis and forgiveness, and this I ; (tin St. Louis in 18118he) that has been imitated by nearer to death,
Hut
hundreds of nearness to death no
poets since
\ )
sophisticated as worthy only 4r tempers our fear consider ?. ': studied philosophy at liar- nearer to God.

of pity if not of contempt ably He has glvea us com yard and the Sorbonne, then! He also developed a theme \\hcrc Is the Life w. have

Revolutionary though His minds te be sure, but they took up residence in Englandin -the decay of contemporary lost in living

message was, the form In goodness and are guideposts te happiness, 1915. He became a British soc'lely and the need for a return Where Is the knowledge we

which He preached It'IS on the right would kindnessAnd be not the shackles ef abject citizen In 19:1.Spiritually lo the spiritual sources' have lost In Information'The

quite familiar to His audi psalm Ill with its recommendations slavery. ). too, lie was In .of western civilization-that cycles of Heaven In

ence. For centuries t their I for man's livingin That is why the psalmist :i., transit moving from the has animated the work of 'twenty centuries

teachers had couched their response to the divine call can parallel these two ideas: ,,'orld.weary cjniclsm of such many later enters Bring! us farther from God
instructions In similar terms poems as "The Hollow Men"with and nearer to the Dust "
Significantly, the last verse "Happy the man who fears Ills
early
Happy is he who Its famous closing! lines poems were
happyare
; the who
of psalm 110 declares: Lord greatly delights scathing in their denunciationof
they who It is thus in his commands"One ("This Is the way the world Kllofs "Murder In the
that the author of psalm 111 "The fear of the Lord Is the ends. Not with a'bang but a hollowness and sham. In Cathedral," on the martvr.duin .

opens his prayerful instruc- beginning of wisdom; prudent commands doesn't usually much delightIn 1 less whimper" to the profound the modern world and he of St. Thomas a Becket,
,
tion: are all who live by It." religious: faith of such later came to be regarded as the Archbishop of Canterbury
greatly delight In them. But dl'rmIUsflokrs"an for the appeared In 1933.
works ai the "Four Quar
"Happy the man who fears This forms a perfect link divine commands are not Unseasonable Ih1 tets" and the verse drama disillusionment\ that swept Intellectual

the Lord who greatly de- with the first verse of psalm Imperatives They ? 1 "Murder in the Cathedral circles after World (The play was the basis for

lights in His commands." 111 quoted above. "Fear of are indications of how we are ra Eliot won the I'Oohrll'rlze for War I I. This )phase of his an opera In Italian "A sa**

the Lord," as mentioned in to live if we want to attain to literature career reached its high point sinio nrlla Cattedrale." which
4r"} In 1948
This psalm gives every Indication last week's. article is not by real happiness, which we 1 \ In he with the appearance| In 1922 has been performed in Catho.

of being a companionpiece any meant a cringing, cowering should never be able to find !poetry brought to lit of "The Waste Ijind" which lie churches, Including Holy

to psalm 110: the same terror This phrase Is if let to our own feeble de From Congo peak a Ilyle-irart', allusive, !begins with the often quoted Cross cathedral in Boston

man may well have written used by the biblical writers to vices. They are consequentlya statement "April Is the and had a command perform

both of them Each of them real source of delight. anre before the late
what the
express we mean by "\Ve must honor the Sisters who have sufferedfor Pope sees need of cruellest month and blends Pope
has exactly ten verses Printed virtue of religi n. The remaining verses specify history i anthropology and John XXIII.

in parallel columns they This is the virtue which Inclines some of the virtues the name of Christ Pope Paul told other people unifiecsystem contemporary allusion In a He also wrote such verse

would give at a glance a good and enables us to render which a devout person should attending an audience recently, aa he received poetic melange: expressing plays with contemporary set

picture of heaven and earth. God Ids due Fear In the exercise! in response to the these Verona missionary Sisters, rescued from recent lor private law disgust and near-despair.Ellot's ) tings and religious themes at

On the left would be psalm usual sense does play a part call of the perfect God who Congo rebel massacres. "The Family reunion" and

110. with Its reflections on In It, of course for we are al.ways has invited him to share in -- -- --- -- --- \.Ull'AV: (ITYn( To. : emergence as a "The Cocktail Party"

God's perfections especially\ conscious of the fact the divine perfections. day's world needs a unified writer on religious themessurprised

They tell toe, ef the re- Confirm atrocious death in system for legal relation many Sistors to loavo

Delegate dies wards which he ran expect If among Individuals, 1'01"| It had seemed as if organized

Military he answers the divine. call Congo of Bishop Wittebols I'lAul1 has asserted religion were only hospital staff

Since the horizons of the "In the eyes of the Church one more target for his HUSTON (NO/ For the

offered for palmist were limited to this IIOPOI.inil.I.K: (NC-Reports) { reaching here on the unification of private law astrlngency. Thus In the first time In Its (7.year his.

Requiem life those rewards art of an the tragic death of Bishop Joseph Witteboia SC.J., of It an Important and desirable early" {poem "The Hippopota{ tory St Elizabeth Hospitalhere
mu. he had envisioned the
lank demanded the evolution
earthly nature. by
Wamba confirmed that he was murdered leftist Congolese will be without Slaterson
Arnold The next to lat.tu.. by of modern society," Tope' beast ascending to heaven, its staff after April 13.
Bishop W. pretty well sums up the message rebels on November 2tf! after having been beaten Paul Mid.He "he"lie shall be, washedas

of the psalm. The faith. atrocloualy. white as snow by all the Shirr of the Third Order

MAV PORK (M') Requiem! Masn. for auxiliary ful Israelite will be sympathetic The 52-year-olJ prelate, a native of Belgium suffered *|>oke to members of m.rtyr'd'lrlll1s List while of M. Francis of Allegany,

Bishop William R. Arnold who spent more than a half- and unselfish and as a extensive !!mistreatment,: before being slam DIA, the Ix-o- the executive committee of the True Church remains below New York have served at
the International forunlfll'lIhon
Institute
century serving members of the United! States armed result his horn (his power, poldville Catholic newt \\"rapt In the rid miasma! the hospital since It was e.labiished ..
of private law.
lorcee.. was offered on January his. prestige, his reputation) agency, reported celved kicks to his stomach "It In therefore with great mint .
chaplain, In 1913! and served at will. Increase and will never' while he was laving down Hut In retrospect| It was apparent
11 in St. Patnik'i cathedral (hit Bishop. was unrecognizable on pleasure that, following' the There now are 23 Sitters on
cuts throughout the l' Sand l lit' forgotten "Lavishly he the Both that the seeds of Eliot
( He was like Christ: the Philippines gives to the poor, his generoklty on November 25. the defender of orthodox
his body was all wounds Thus XII William Ann administrator
Since 1943! Bishop Arnold eon.Bred we receive meml -
had been
Bishop Arnold died January shall endure forever blood That evening the Belgian Christianity present A statement' from their Alle.
had been Military Delegatethe by Italian Sis. l hers of an International or
in St. Clare's Hospital his horn shall be exalted In In helot: the scourge of
eerond.ranking post In the ers who were In Vamba reported hostages were brought once limitation dedicated to thus gany provincial' head<|uaitcr*
modern decadence I It
He 13Celebrant wa alogical
Mihtarv Ordmariate which is was glory Th. nuns attended the more In the jail's courtyard vast t and difficult! undfitak! Ihe said the Sinters will\ I..a'In
from earlier
of the Requiem to undergo the, step Ih. licit Interests of lire hos
who
the 'diocese" for armed hostages had been savagely same savage 101
For monks ttlon to the Idler and
Mass Cardinal >
was SpellmanThe |1"
forces personnel Francis Car beaten by the rebels treatment Among them was lie congratulated the' Initl petal! and the order
l.llot did not lieiilatt lo takeit
dinal Spellman of Sew York sermon was preached by ,lERTOY: New Jersey (NC) On November 24 all the Ilishop VMltebols lie was carried lute on what It had already although with doubts and The 4O-b,." hospital, undergoing ',

heads the ordmariate as Mil- auxiliary Elialwp. Philip J. Permission for the eoncelebration male, white hOlt aiel. Priests afterwards to his room achieved for the unification an tipansiun program,
soul that
,Iary'Irar.. Furlong of New York, who is of Mass has been re- and civilians, were gath..rtdtogethrr by two mlasloners of private law sean'hing appealedin fills, a vital role In the (Il'al'h.

alto a Militarv Delegate Bur seined by monks of St Paul In the $all's courtyard "The rules you are trying: his writing He was ton ing l'l"ratiun>| of Tufts; t nhfr.sity .
lal was m Arlington National The prelate repeated I firmed in the Church. ol l';iig
rem M37 le 1 ISIS Bishop i medical school Dr John
Benedictine Abbey here. They were set in a skewed. to haimonlre may seem abstract .
his 1937.
\rnold was ( hief .frm.( Cemetery near Washington, It will be permitted at three square by the slmbai fvoung Ihe prenrcupHlliiner Indeed. to an outilder land In I' lUtlgan of the university
fate his
Chaplains, lie was the first D C. periods of the year- during rebel soldiers) The Belgians! and Sisters of I'rlenti In reality they become highly A key point In his development has taken over at acting ad

Catholic I. hold that post t and Bishop Arnold was born the monks' annual retreat on on one side, the cltltcns of roiH'rcle measures eierrislng was marked by the publication mlnlntrator of the hoipital.

retired as a major general. June 10 1M1 inooter. Christmas and March 21 taxembourg, the A In of the.
Ohio His on Germansand request to a simha "of an Immediate Influence on 'ISIS peens The hoiplla! will/ ronilnueI

He fiat became: an arm'f..J Muocle Indiana family in moved his boy to. feast of St. Benedict Masses the. Dutch on the other fleer" to sfwre the Itlshupbrought ninny different pro|>le. andd "UhUednetday" slits Its I operate under arrhdle*

hand He attended St t Jo1W'ptI' were concelebrated for four Tw e Protestant misaton. only a vague promise. I reel 11 l x concerning their moving prayers renal eonlrtl.

days, December 14 to 17, during aries, an Englishman hoe About Sam all the )Belgians rights their family and ill)- .
College in Rensaeleer << the annual retreat name la still unknown and) were brought outside the jail rill I ties. and their ]Just demands II11 t s If d sister, holy It was Indicated the Sisters

J.I .., Indiana Father Ptas Kieraan 0 S I l. William McChesney of Phoenix and tied up the same way the ," the I'ojw{' .iti4tasited mother spoilt of the fountain. will \\m! replaced by lay ..m.r .

a. 5. c..!--....., ... .....'. The future bishop studied prior of st. Paul, said he Artsooa. an American (Tines. use to bind pr |>lrcondemned spirit of the garden, r p .
Ambr'.nce' Setyiu; al !ol. Iteraard a Semlasry! la found It a very satlrfvinc tnlMkwier of the WorldwideKvangolixation to death hands I'nvale 'law, a branch tli( Suffer us not to murk ourselves mlnUlratlve posts' The af.

VA "."71 '1cI'ht'lrrt.. \ ark, aid ..101 oIf.flDChu It : < ru.ade Mere Ix'hmd the bark tautened to law diitirxt from public law with falsehood fairs uf the hospital are

$T, AUGUSTINEMEMORIAL was ordained' June I). IMIIIMlfr bring<< us all together at the put In a r&r"11 of them the feet All of them wcrfllicn dealt ipeclfically\ with private leach us to tare and nut to handled by a board of trus

pastoral w.rk la PernIndiaaa. most important must umthipful were beaten .f'\rr..J! tninIn' killed by a shot in the |persons and their pro- rare lees of which Itkhard Cardm

he became aa army part of our da the rebels Mt < hesnere na|*' |ports and relationships' Tenth us to sit still al ('u hlnl of lloston Is chair.

chaplain I In .\prll. 111 l>;:.t/ln among ItlAAA. rake.. man._ n..


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Nla I The Florida. Catholic, Friday. Jan 15 19(53( : ry rr

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Benedictines hold vow -" r


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ceremony San Antonio


SAN AXl'OXIOPC'rpr tual vows an Sisters of St.r themselves totally to God'i
Benedict were made by foul members of the local con- divine majesty and to His dl.

gregation: when they atteni fled: a Mass at Holy Name vine service aft

Priory offered by Archbisl hop Joseph P. Hurley. The The Archbishop received
Mass was an event of December he profession of lows mad
seek spiritual heights that Sister and +teRr
28 at their mother. by Audrey Leroy
will give them the satisfac- Jerome of Miami
!Sister
Leavy ,
house chapel here. tion of the spirit's hunger. ; Sister Bernard fluffing 1 I Ii;t rd
The participants in the ceremony That hunger he said, remainsin fir Hade City and Sister Joseph r''a Ahr,4 ,
heard the Archbishop man no matter how muchhe Austin of Montreal.
counsel them to continue to sates himself on things
material. Chaplains to the Archbishop
five( their wondrous gifts-of He rejoiced with the parentsand acre Father Bernard F. Ditt-
poverty, chastity and obedi families of the Benedictines man and Father Leo Schlos-]
ence--to Almighty God, so who made their final srr O.S B. Monsignor George r
that there may always be vows that there are people in \V. Cummings was one of the
found in the Benedictine comriiunity the world like these Sisters diocesan and Benedictine
: and in other communities who can strip themselves of Priests at the Mass. sib i'a, s
those who exemplify the all affection to possessions, of Rev. Mother Marie de Chan-
glorious( ideal of the religiouslife selfishness and of their own tal 0 S B., prioress, and Sister .
wills for the love of God. Mildred O.S.B., assistant 1
Catholics, he said, should People who are well clad, novice mistress, attended the ,
follow today the example set well fed and well housed he newly professed during the .
in the great ages of faith- said should ponder the fart ceremony. Parents and
ve must go back to the sum that a certain number of friends were Mother'i guests Women answer religious vocationSisters
mits which were ours -and young women thus offered at luncheon afterwards. Profession of vows
of St. BC'npdictfrom left, during the ceremony at that part In

Sister Audrey, Sister Jerome, Sister the ritual when they pray: "Upholdme Four Sisters of St Benedict promised In perpetual

Bernard and Sister Joseph recently 0 Lord, according to Thy word, vows, "stability, conversion of life and
professed perpetual vows In the Floe and I shall live," obedience" to the diocesan community superiors,

ida Benedictines They are pictured during the recent' ceremony at San Antonio
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71t' ': t Archbishop will Relic to Spain
j' w '
; ; ; 1;:; .J'2 : ; inauguralrite PAMI'Lfm. Spain (NC-: )
:. open The Holy] See has given permission -
with for sending' a relic of
: : prayer the right arm of St. Francis
WASHINGTON (NC1-) Xavier here for a commemoration
Archbishop Robert E. Luceyof of the' saint scheduled .
: San Antonio will offer the ] to take place in March
j1'E Invocation opening the inaugural at his birthplace Xavier Castle
r z c : r ceremonies' for President The relic' will be brought
t Lyndon B. Johnson at the from the Gesu Church in
United' States Capitol here on Rom, where it has been preserved .
January 20.After since 1614.

re,4 the Archbishop's
tv e prayer, a prayer sill be offered ST. AUGUSTINE
w by Rabbi Hyman Judah
Schachtel of Congregation
:
,, tIi >, Beth-Israel, Houston, Texas. PONTIAC

House' Speaker John \\' Me-
MJ ... ....
4 Cormack will administer' the A M.rlMt t CM
{ k
+rdga oath of office to Vice Prenldent BANTA
Receive Holy Communion Hubert H. Humphrey, BROS

then the Rev. George R St. A"9usti"lEUGENE
Wearing crowns -.Ii symbol givento Joseph P Burley gives: them Holy Davis, minister of National
the SiHters of St. Benedict during Communion, assisted by Father Bernard 5 ( a 'tA City Christian church which
I their profession of vows ,- are four V Dittman, left, and Father Leo t A the president attends in Washington
I l' btt L BARNES
,
newly professed Sisters Archbishop Schlosser O.S.B. II it III i 1,1 : will offer a prajer.Preildrnt .
& SON
: Johnson will take,
REALTORS I INSURORS
r. wx + Chi each of office admlnUtrrrdby
eS Street
> Chief Justice Earl: War King
rn, then the President will St. AugutUn
deliver the I .ulural.ddr..... hbnh.d 1171Budgeting
_
Selections by the Mormon
Tabernacle Choir, benedictionby
t l Orthodox Archbishop lako-
von of North and South Amer.
ica and the Star Spangled
+ 4 : t 7, Banner by the Marine Band 'er r
will close the program. o .

Superior assists


Benedictine Sisters' Prioress, Motherde looks on during the part of the ceremony -
Chantal, places the' wreath upon when the newly professed Sinters McDONALD'SDRUG
Sister Jerome's head. Sister Audreyhas received their symbolic crowns.
received hers and Sister Mildred STORE ?


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ST. AUGUSTINEVA Checking Plan

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Yea ten bop t a* itew-
Friends and family attend ritual .
tale record *f your sp* Jm

Hymns rang out joyously, above, asSisters Ity'a great: regard for the religious life ) and ratify lap t*
; of St. Benedict assembled in and its habit- four young women
your buddnt with: *ur
Holy Name Priory chapel to witness claimed the great privilege of being
I four of their number take perpetualvows. "different" for the cause of Christ and ., timpf: ch.cLV;
In the pews were assembled rel- Ilia Church. tens

lives and friends to see the commun- M tff THOMPSONBAILEY ST. AUGUSTINE


yr St. Francis' body and NATIONAL BANKS

back in basilica Jf. o4lI9".+i...* VA4-U1I "My Some
I C.fWf." IICI
(.n.\, India (NC) -More
c than !500,1X10\ ( persons viewed
the body of St. Francis Xavier
during the' 44 days it was exposed .
here beginning November 1 REBEL BISHOPThe
24.The .

saint's body wan returned Rings, cloaks crowns are symbols
Life and Era of
on January 7 I* the Augustin Verot
Horn Jesus banlllcB from the Symbolic externals placed near the vows> In religion at San Antonio Florida
nearby cathedral, where the altar to be given to the Sinters of St. are foreground from left rings By Father Michael V. Gannon

public venerated the rellrs. Benedict who recently made their final choir cloaks and crown Order ; .f ; ..
-- yew copes stns ousel I oceo""t .f cc .....
-
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Before the quarler' -muleprocesswm Save tabernacle .di""f. "'." and of t 4.. early Ct....t .f Hortd Irom
made Its way
through the streets to the ba.silica Mlltttllc'1: ( )- A Spanish SARASOTA-BRADENTON Tt.. R..id. Cotltolic, '.0 l.i ISH OfteIl d l, FW;J..
\ Mass was celebrated" journalist has broiiKht back.
tn the' cathedral by Archbishop the tabernacle from the 149S

James liolx-rt Knox, apostolic chapel of Dominican Sis- - -
internuncio to India. tern of the Most Holy Hosaryin ( -I I II II '
Many pilgrims from the Sissies I lilt the Congo she (9gutrr arSA.ASOTA'S DIE FLORIDA CATHOUC
F KSister International Eucharistic: Con- most of whom were shim b> I
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OrU d.. Ra+d.
giese: Mt Bombay hub endedin the rebel m Nesemb.r.Miguel ORIGINAL RAW |ARI

Mw Dt''t'mbtorIItrt among : de la Cuadra Sal. I exile south.. .f Sfic .y Point goad m Wit Tf.l (ru.s.411| I Gen1nNr'+ : ,....It Ned: I
r those who came' to the relic's redo gave the tabernacle to
exposition, the hut since Got the Sistm' motherhows hereHe "Yo.." bee our s..food"
INFORMAL .... ce, mil
INEXPENSIVE WHOP. IUS I'cKN
became part of the Indian Hid that when he arrivedat 1 I
$"nn"9 tram 1 II 1 A. M. "'-: '24-212'
Republic. the Stan! )vill. conventhe ....
signs her vows St. FratKHs Xavier, Apostle found four bodwt. in the 1 I
ol the lmti. and J4|>an, died, central patio one of them 4-. _
,
the on the mumal. the iu>*ly professed --
Placing paper mi Sfwriaii Island tilt true coui4tly| mutilated The

Sister of St. Benedict one of four at IIMUI of China in 1S62 His tabernacle lay alongside a diP'lIplt..lt'IJ GRIFFITH' CLINE FUNERAL HOME I City. s..... Z;.. c.o. __'__.___. .. _0_ I
buds woo taken to Co; in tasty that. uMild nut
the recent ceremony !signs lirr vows "In witness Man I' l.VM It i> mm minus be ,icti-nliinil Tin' .II<.1"H..'" AMIULANCE SERVICE 1 I IV 'I
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Pope Paul appeals for cooperationto Pontiff receives --


German envoy Sharing our treasure
'

better relations with Arabs VATICAN CITY INC(:' ) -

Paul VI has receivedthe
Pope

VATICAN CITY (XC-In a I letter addressed to Catholic the values of civilization contained I credentials of Germany'snew Convert finds strengthto I

I and Orthodox patriarchs in Arab countries, Pope in your history and 1w ambassador to the Holy

Paul VI has appealed to them to overcome "stenle antag jour literature and in your See Joief' Jansen. accept family sorrows
The 65-/ )ear-old career diplomat
onism" and work for closer cooperation between the cultures spiritual traditions has found
was head of the first
of the Western, Greek its concrete expression In d political section of the German ecumenical movement '
THE
the establishment in Rome of
these ancient and venerable
and Arab worlds. i foreign ministry from fostered greater
cultural institutes which rN "
apostolic churches of theFast" ensure
The text of the letter was for our sons the possibility I'JGO to 1964. friendship and understanding ,1
:
published in the January 6 and as well as the delicacy of learning your language The Pope, speaking! In Ger between Protestant and Father
hospitality of the Arab
Catholics, and deserves the
issue of the Vatican congratulated the am.
City thus enabling them to man
dally l L'Osservatore Ro- people In general. understand you better In the bassador as "one of the persons support of every Christian John A. I

mano. But it was dated December Noting that in the past the greatest and most brotherly who have always workedfor This does not mean, however, 0'8rlen

9 and sent December Arab and Western worlds respect for your personali 1 the promotion of good relations that the convert aprvstolate! .iI

2 when the Pope landed for a have been in conflict or culturally ty." between their countryand must ceae
Catholics under a divine
are
brief stopover at Beirut Lebanon opposed the Pope the Holy See
to bear. witness .
Pope Paul assured the obligation
on hit way to India. said that the opportunity is
patriarchs that he follows the "You may red assured the to Christ and His Church whole new world of beauty,
The letter, In French with offered today for beneficial efforts of Arab countries te Holy See Is In a position la and to strive to share their goodness, truth and holiness

an Arabic translation, was field exchanges in the cultural solve the most& delicate and understand fully the problems holy faith with others, especially was opened to me. I begin to
between the
sent at a time when\ there Arab ( which present day Germany ;
churchless and
the non. and attend Mats
Creek argent problems ef their peoples pray daily ,
and Western worlds
was much criticism In the
lie tt ensure for them is faring and which church-goinic: In the USA. asking for the light to see the

Arab world. proposed of the <
former and more than 100 it.Then .
Catholic relations set us a task and a goal
on concluded:
with non-Christians, including which are too noble and too "The direct contact which "It Is with satisfaction the million of the latter I began Instruction

the Jew.. urgent to permit any distrac we had in Jerusalem, Amman Greets new presidentNew Holy See notes the lively Interest Hence this country I II one with the pastor of St. Charles
which
The Pope's letter did not tion. They demand that over. and other towns of Jor with which your country of the greatest mission fields parish, The in doctrine I was of the r.

mention the council: docu coming any sterile antagonism dan with many patriarch. president of Italy, Giuseppe Saragat was follows events of the IB the world. forgiveness siding of sin In sacramental .

ment. It recalled the emotions we devote ourselves has created between us and seen with his grandson in an audience with Pope Second Vatican Council and Confession reflect
To>> withhold our faith from
the contributionfor
he felt during hit visit totally to the Immense and you deep and historical Paul VI while Mr. Saragat was still foreign min. appreciates either of these two groups I Is the mercy and compassion of
its the
exalting task of success given by
to the Holy Land in January constructing bonds because their roots later. He December 28.
was rl'Ch-dl'l'CRldt'Dt on and Catholic not to help the ecumenical Jesus and warmed my heart
a more Just more peaceful reach to the center of Bishops, experts
1964. and brotherly world. heart." your people of Germany movement but to>> harm It. I was stirred too by the doctrine

The Pontiff stressed the "We are glad to be able to>> through their lively partici "Preach the Gospel said of Ut Real Presence lathe

faith "of the Christians ef tell you that our Interest in pation. Jesus "to every cresturt" Holy Eucharist' which'

__ -- ""T"-' Church around the worldNot "Likewise the Holy [See appreciates (Mk. 1(1,15)( ) This Is .what we brings Christ into our hearts.
the active do when we seek to bring
partlclpatlon Then toe I perceived that
'" ......... of Germany In the others into>> the Church the
the Catholic Church wai
outdated NCWC offer Reading program great effort to relieve the Mystical Body of Christ founded by Christ and received
Slow can wt do this
WASHINGTON' NC- The world want. From this It has Its authority te teach!
An edl
KINGSTON ( )
(.sn) .
SI'W.IUN.: J. (NC-A) Through kindness good example
earned and admiration
Canadian office of the National new regard all nations from l lm.
tonal in the Register publications .
Negro apostolate| parish here from the whole lending Catholic literature
published here, points Catholic Welfare Conference has received a Slu.Oiio grant world' The open Interest of and explaining our I was baptized conditionally
of the has Issued 45-
out that introduction here a
from the \'Ictorlaoundallon the German |eople in the faith. This Is illustrated In and on the following day
vernacular in the liturgy does page!: booklet containing a. t to conduct a remedial reading problems of world Importance the conversion of Eileen L Sunday, November 10, hadthe
Second Vatican
not mean that missals an translation of the
outdated. Council's Constitution on program. strengthens the bonds of Fast of Arlington, Virginiawho great joy of receiving our

Monsignor Thomas J. mutual trust and understanding relates these events: Eucharistic Lord. My son,
"Here and there the Church.A .
an overenthusiastic translation based the Carey administrator at Queenof ," Pope Paul said I had been active in our who had enlisted In the Air
apostle of change on
said the Church back In Pennsylvania Force, came from Grand
Angels parish,
with the Latin of the constitution
has suggested" that text
program would be launchedin Toachors given being' president of the Council Forks, North Dakota, for the
vernacular "there will be nc printed! In L'Osservatore Homano -
July with I l.V students of Women and a Sunday event. It was the happiest
need for the"congregation to the booklet Is availablefor Professional personnel will\ !>IItnlploI'J papal medals for school teacher. Put I felt the day in both of our lives.
I IE missals editorial 45 from the
use the cents a copy
In contrast to a need for a religion \\hlt'hrlluJ.l II. returned to tamp and
notes, and that they should] office at 1312 Massachusetts current program conductedwith 25 yoars at C. U. provide for the certain on the following weekend wet
Instead "listen attentively". to Avenue N.W. Washington
,
the /help of college students WASH INC TON (NC-) forgiveness of sin. I wantedtoo killed In an ante accident A
.
the celebrant's! voice. I) C. axxaObey
E Can GIo Christmas The editorial replies that he added. Twenty members of the a Church whose door Is missal, crucifix! and rosarybeads
: decrees always open so I could enter were on him at the
Catholic University I of
Plans call for continuing
r Father Patrick O'Connor CJlumban mission "now more than ever, they
to and meditate, time He had become
America have been' pray too a
ary and NC correspondent( In the Far East hell- reed to use missals and Join SUlGOSSV (NC-) Archbishop the program three years to faculty An Inner urge kept drawingme Catholic
reach at leant 7.V:\( childrenwho presented with Itenemerentimedals
the isolated of Can Gio 40 with the Priest they '
copted Into outpost Pedro Cantero Cued- toward the Catholic filth
miles from Saigon to offer Christmas MaN fora should read at least the Ordinary |. rado of Saragotsa has told below are their two years grade or more levelIn Paul VI, awarded in recognition by Pope of<< but I turned away out of tie II was my Catholle faith
proper
aloud with him thai sustained during this
ms
parts ;
congregation of Americans and Vietnamese.After Spaniards they must not than 23 of service midity. After my husband
reading, Monsignor Carey more years
and for the other sections,, erdrsl.Every.
Father Pat judge the ecumenical council died three years ago, I and
Mass and Christmas dinner, laid each has given the universityThe
they ran certainly participatemore
was photographed with a group of his friends by everything said there but Student will be selected presentations were my year-old son came to dar It mean more
intelligently by reading
.
Including Major Emmett C. Shaffer of Youngstown with. him than merely' listenIng they mutt be prepared to obey from the Junior high ..chootle.tl made on January 14 by Arlington, Here I found employment to mt. With Christ comingto

Ohio, (kneeling In uniform) and Lt James Furthermore, they needa Its decrees.The Archbishop. said reportsof and grouped In classesof auxiliary Bishop. William J. at Marymount College mt In dally holy Com
munlon I feel done I
eight Once started, the Mclkonald university rector.Recipients never
missal to follow those sections
McDevntt of Philadelphia (in uniform with darkglasses the council and some things
thank God
and
will be conducted on over over, diy
Th. kindness of the Sisters
program ,
of the Mass which the
of the papalmedal
) said the council floor are
.
on
and for
celebrant reads silently.. a )'ur.round basis, he de. their serenity and holy lives night leading me
far from being official declarations. InrludrdiI"athrr )
tolled Into Ills holy Church i in
Impressed mt d".ply.I ,
"What It definitive
which He abides forever
Spain's holy Joseph II, Collins
year In a council what Is Important began' to read Catholicliterature
Clothing donations hit History prizeWASHINGTON S S., theology professor who
new mTl\C.O (NCI-General.) what passes Into history also Is director cf the national : The C.lholl'Ir..

Issimo. >> Francisco franco, .' are the council's s ) (l'C)- center of the Confraternity of glnlan, Maryknoll'i Field. Daytona Boach

high at Thanksgiving 1964 Spanish chief: of state, attended constitutions and decrees, approved Helen C White, Kngllsh professor Christian Dm.trine; Father Afar, Lives of Saints and

the ceremony of the openIng and confirmed by the at the University' of Gilbert V llartke 0 P headof Women Before God by Father
of the / door at the J' >e," he saidObedience ,
holy 0| Wisconsin, was presentedwith William Kelly SJ A
NE': YORK (:.NC) Contributions to the 1M4! Cathedral of Santiago dt Com- to these latter the frill John GilmaryShea the IIIC'l''h| Monilsnor and drama department Welcome' Travelers

Thanksgiving clothing drive conducted by Catholic Relief poitela, marking the beginning declarations' he said Is required Prise. cf the American II, McAllisterlce rector Joseph: Large families iiirnhPwo

Services National Catholic Vu-fart Conference are expected of the 14 Holy/ Year In of all Catholics, regardless Catholic llirturltat Association Dr John It. Cavenanh Lomb aol redo sped.kteeRstla .
Spain of their present hflf".. lU.\lIIIIU < n.) -Spain, witha
to total a new high; Washington psychlatrlit, Father wt.t hat
.
Shipments ef rlothlag r.llectH Televised! Archbishop" centers imputation of about J3 mil
of more than 13 million The event was on opinion The presentation, was madeat Lucian I.. Ijuermtn { /tlemisuntt19bwsy
(I. the IW4 drive hate the Eurovtslon network to urged Spanish Cithnlki te the association's 4Mh annual lion hat 223.K3 families with
pounds. bees mide te K of the university's National children Two I-Ormei"4 ....1\
already reus- Spain I'ortuiu!. Holland, be fully confident that Christ meeting here recently. five or more
This estimate was made by Irks and allocations<< hate France and Belgium, I. speaking to them throughthe Miss. White was honored fur Catholic School of Social\ decade ago the number of

Edward M Kinney CHSNDSC been made le as additional 21 Since the year 117V. a holy formal decisions of the her book> "Tudor Ilooki of Serves W, Skehsn and Monsignor labrick of such families wit M.M7.PRINTING ,
professor
,
purchasing and ship r.enIrks.Austttary. year has been celebrated In council. Saints and Martyrs" The
Semitic and Egyptian languages
peg director who said lastyear's
this See every year In which prize Is given annually recognise
Fdward
16th annual nationwide Bishop and literature,
the feast on July 25 of St. Korean T V shows an American Catholic
Sew
E. of York A.
collection "hit a new SW.DltJ'om Monsignor James Magnet bites Pre. .14 O MMeftsf .
James the Apostle, patron of shone work In the ofa
executive director of !the agen.cy opinion university procurator,
peak" Spain, (falls on a Sunday The original Catholic committee has made the Codsais C e.I. .
described the to with a special
said Catholic Relief response was presented
Kinney 1964! Me1ae. ..-
last holy year was In moil original and distinguished
the clothing drive as "very diamond jubilee medal The
the United States film
Servkes, historical
Catholic overseas relief sgency gratifying" He said tt Is "of This year's first official pit. contribution la historical university recently completedIts CL 14214 III itl.sol.WOODS .

ii now furnishing 60 percent great help in our efforts to gnmage from abrtad Is 8.urLl'I: ( The government knowledge during the 71lh anniversary ob..r"arK"
scheduled for April 3, In. which eer.
of ail! clothing shipped alleviate the suffering of sponsored Korean t l ) ,
to visit the
Isle
are eiported
by U S. : to !the IIHdyoverl.II God's poor in every corner of vision tlaUM on Its regular
agencies, the globe" basilica of Santiago de Compmrtela Sunday night religious hour More vocations Clarifies income

Similar sentiments were ei- tend to.confirm Recent. the etravatloni belief that stowed. a Catholic" film "Tht l'II1L.UlU.I'III': (INC) tax deduction Fw.l Oil C."np''ny, Int. Sewing M&crint i
Path to
several Catholic Glory '
by archdlomeM
pressed The PMIdlphia
Daytona Beach Relief( Ser tree regional directors the Apoetle hereStress. SC James is buried limed la Korea by Comm l'4' had an Increase of 37 rule for charity Pose. ItMUZ Vacuum CUanertServUt

on a vlstt to the agency's bin Father John I) Vaugheo ,per cent hi the number of reliftous ...J Paris
Brooklyn warehouse, one ofaveral obedience and Father Res A lissome vocations over the previous WASHINGTON' ; (lNC)-The On Al M.k.i

It maintains' la this over a two-year period the United States government' hat Fill tud. .
HJ.NUR' : : (NC>- Repreten- yearFather lCeeee ... fi.Up Delivery
I film deels with the history of temporarily eased Its reitrlc lieu.ee4
countryMomirvir (aloes of ill Catholic high Edward J. Thompson ...
h.hi tee* AmericM' Feel Andrew P schools In the Denver arrMi- the fa!hoUr Church In Korea arrhdwwetan director of lions governing Income tai C & C Sew.Vac
from the time the (first Korean reductions for contributions, LLOYD COX
I
director for Europeand
Lands sent 1IIK1 from thearrMmi'etan
ores* met here recently for >aeattoM.
,.M. 714 N. ;
e ilPK'Kl II R.eWeee'JM
ope' brought the faith made tt charitable inititu-
the Near East, said the an otodienre day" observance layman entered telltwits Office SuppfTtiCt .

J',Clw.t '.,,1t-;t: used cloth$e lC donated by on the theme "obedienceto here from Peking China, In UwUtutiont In I'M: tot lions In the past year sun Nash .l Meson

hale American Catholics Is of better authority. U obedience to 1774 to the end of the Korean resre for the Priesthood Arrnrdleg It a .ew rule Is- f III NarltI ...... } retl' Dial; 255-7374
I ::...
l' war
quality than the clothing (iftd HroUterHiwd. or lieterhood sued. by the Inlernil RevenuevVrvke ,

REMO that can be purrkased Vwslryla In connection with the day Gefamban. Maryknofl and This was II-.1U mere boys .. December" to, ,.,.

SAN massy parts of hts. area the arrhdmcetag school office Parts ,forests mttekn Priests text 148 more girts--abovt the lam may .he ttlewH. It d.dart .. "
Tr4 ty'tDayton
RESTAURANT This Mtastrsles the sub- office Issued Orts statement were recruited te pUr the }*J record .p |e 30 per cent .f their Ploy/
stantal sacrifice American part of the French Prtettf the W8 9M Moving & Storage Co.
SO. I1D6EW003: "CathnHe schools with to take Among were Income If they rlrlhale4 3

I2t0 I Catholics make for their poor this occasion to remind their who pioneered Uw fouwUU-n betl awl 415 girts Catholic! that smueet ,. a ",.blk!, ignite. ALLIED VAN LIEU INCDiTTOtA
brothers eversess," he eera- of the Owrrh in Korea sad In the rrowe.ted "
CL 2-1357 students that"SIt" not have fwefet area .uppotr1"" ergstlfetiae.Previously Dt LAID!
their lives for K.Oee .
men ted.KAY'S the freedom to choose whetheror gave fr M men awl M women .. .
the limit had m.| la.pbel4-G slue Me Bl' __. UMf
not they will obey lawful W the srraeabound lout the ireatoet number f>fvoreiions

authorities, and far them law. the "Hutl Marrk" ef Nttmher .. came from Catholic been set at Jn p.r rent for

RESTAURANT (sal authorttiet" mac the proper H'JI, In MrtRwetfKvres high srho. ls and ara of God and Hd M ie4iral er educational in it IitMM Rid A
NEWLY ENLARGED I IEDCCOXATED representatives : ..hre may PokedMalta boys girl

ALA-CARTE .Ad FUlL COUKSI OtNNEIJ country at well as their par. .Wltrt ,* sand
tale
HOMEMADE SASUIES FilE PAIKINS7J4 raU and towhee* m)..)Mirtrt lira from Uelihemie Lights statue The new 5IM,00Up
tile allowance fr eentrihu- \
:.0.
MAIN STUT- J HOCKS WEST OF 'Ill fee lads; WX C... Iresfmtet ef their VATICAN' nrYCI( | urns to such goner at theIMM U 200 .>l p., ,.1.
rmm...ltt gtsrds. !.1 BM...M4 .. N IM .".
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At MKWflM. of JMMry 12I1 led 'roes. ) Communitytfrnftumf

FOURTH GENERATION JtWELEM/ SINCE ''III- JOANWS KUT-N. KURLIEAUTY Far this scene sellers .fI **. Paul VI pns .< a ... Mw6s and errtet-

SALON he Miiie CenuiMMd at I ion n .has study tumm en anew

chuM-hM' acted as the cruv UkMsuaMlMis] system teethe UseThe Internal Hevemie defy HAIR STYLESby
& Sons C
Wm. A. Ritzi C.es: _. l..ur .'.
pet of narBishop ealeteel. Mates ef (1W1tt Ire seed a pirfkMrfjr. susv"rt,

...,...o.l J...... t.cd.l N._ TU Oceeii HWMMI QwiaU deutarMa/. the hog of Malt d.Janetv. ." Mt mt.\'txn M OM which.

N. lad PV2SSUIIrats 1I11.d.., S c r. ef ClMMdkMi played recesses one dud of Us total ARDUINI OF ROME
CL 2-2SH A- *e '"'"i SeWy 122 S F.
o.r+- leers F1e. himself. M Fatter William The 1+t* alee htn4sst a Mpsort from the p.kliior

P-oth MM Faer Phi UpC" P el.g......*..u.fe r s d I Ie hem national tf .heal govern Mr. AI4.;o1. .1".., .. ", ..., 1.'tl..I.. ".I.r, .4d dste

> bl'- II C and fatter message' te lit a'" tor the. 4JireattMry went unite Cr
DAYTONA sssaiifDfie;; _ants relefia Coyee M t P, who ef the fewMatwej efRa meet l>))4 fIN thud tlt .;t\t\ .11I'; \ l4i.iJ..r..t4fill'; Speu.rusp. ,la Ares!.

a.i: termed tte "Death >. la M he deemfcH totalIWM will be allowed. to appeal Mat Serves
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FURNITURE n north Kertta prtsee.ramps tenplt who lulU ague tea 3 0 }*r eau t ala.'sMe for Its Open from 9.00 '.m. to 6:00 p.m.

znloo. serwl. nsWt rentnbemnTb.

NarratMM tar tile Mm WH fit recalaM that the .......- fcew alssneore waina4 Evening by Appointment) Only

s done in Kaghsfc: fcy actor tee ef tte radie '.flietineviarcssn > ....... 97 the 1 MMweajav LOCATED AT THE I FOLLOWING MOTELSCettewey

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Masses set
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a I memory


I Happiness is a new pair of shoelaces rji-. Damato. II


GAINEStILLE-On: January

*"pO those of you who are among what the current 80.tioloJ'ista ing and recognition be as These authors were not 15. the third anniversaryof

1 : call the "in group," there will be some kind easy, or even as possible at whimsical but they shared the death of Father Lawrence .
first glance? the common task of every 0 Damato there will
tf sign of appreciation at our heading! Indeed the headIng L
I is intended to arouse a gentle smile, since moot of the Again, it is to be inferred author: they were writing would so 1 be a memorial Mass for him
their audience
that you, v at 7 a.m. in St. Patrick
!
later ,
earlier
that or a age
"happiness sajings"' are derived from the talented pen an understand what It is they Church Gainesville

and mind of Charles Schulz the provocative creator of deep would study need in study order to perhaps know saw and understood r ( Father Thomas It Gross.

the cartoon strip, Peanuts .. pastor said that Masses will
Peanuts. centuries later
If 20
it not nave Oren intended you
the child figure of may also be offered for the
Linus. reposeof
the final are required to expend some
by him. lie has focusedour And, now, to pointof
insecure but honest 1 Father Damato soul that
ev cry attention upon the fact all this-the end of our par. effort to understand the background ,
man, began the plulos- the day at 6'30 a m and at 5:1:
thought patterns
that literature land Peanuts able about the understanding ,
,
ophv: if one can use the term somehow falls under thatgeneral of Peanuts: and even the language of p.m in the Catholic Student
bv ascribing the elusive quality Center St Augustine chapel
these authors then we
heading) can be and When we read the Gospel, urge
of happiness to his maternal Students at the University ot
usually is written from definite you to exert the effort because
the
a original Gospels, ever remember -
blanket. Happiness is Tour plant Florida here will attend those
newspaper
without this effort
point of view An author that they were also ,
blanket he cried, in Masses.
a arm be so convinced of from view. their message may be less
may athl'me wntten a point of
H moment of self-analysIs and easily grasped Eighth: grade students of St Mary every facet of publishing a daily paper.
idea fact
or an or a Moreover they were composed
subsequent discovery. of life that he may choose innumerable J by human authors who Unlike Peanuts, the Gospels School in Rockledge tour the Cocoa Accompanying the group were Sister School Sistersof

Since then, other discoveries ways, creatively were able to choose the meansof are timeless: they tell Tribune newspaper plant as guests of Mary Ephraim, right and Mrs. Leon

have been made, but to express these to his audience expressing, as capably as not of everyman but of the John W. Pound, left who explained Kocol. Notre Dame

none could rival, in the opinIon they could, a fact, an event God.Man who came to and for

of Limn the earthshaking, The success of his work Is and an interpretation of life. everyman .
but secure revelation that, measured by the manner of .&U&UUu& && & meet in Tampa

"only one yard of outing Pan-
response to his message( St. Mary
nel stand between me and a which the same audience Notes from the classroom T.\ fP\ Last Friday, the \
breakdown." YouthCardinal 1965 southern educational :
nervous gives( This response, in turn, Grade SchoolROCKLF.DGEThe
But other dlsco'priesI'pre is a good index of the author meeting of the School Sisters I

made. Soon, we find that happiness ability as a creative writer or Seniors show they're thinking of Notre Dame began its two. I
Is a new puppy a pea- reporter vas" """ '"'''''' "" "" '" eighth day period of addresses and

nut butter and jelly sandwich of taxes unfair labor practices, grade students of St Mary discussions with an informal
Few will deny that Peanuts is encouraging to find signs that the young people
a quiet snowfall, and as a creative work has an IT sensual the dubious taste of some Mooney School recently visited the welcome and supper in the
today are not merely a temporizing, egocentric
of cafetorium of Christ the
fresh pajamas and the King
even a pair modern advertising, ,
audience and fewer will Cocoa Tribune Newspaper
deny
; of the with little concern for
bath. segment population any. deal Tampa
Her a warm gl'nrralI h I'l'l IRg and School
that the author of Peanuts hasa High
of John W.
plant as guests .
Now there comes another, point of view about life thing beyond their immediate port ante for the Church in ing" of business were pre va. Eighty three Sisters from

discovery, not by Linus, but perhaps a very valid and pro. needs. America today. lent As a close corollary to SRSOTCardinal Pound, managing editor of the Georgia, South Carolina, and

about him found view, as Mr Short Step aside for a moment The answers I got were at the ethics of business were Mooney I High School played Tribune. The class of 29 was sections of Florida, including
similar concerns about politual its first basketball game since accompanied by Sister Mary
tune
from the contends from the expected supeifici- the same a challengeand
A recent report the (hristmat holidays on
morality and the corruptIOn faculty
to Ephraim of St. Mary's
What the an inspiration me.
separate cartoon
Vniversltv of Chicago has may ably of youth and you often January 5, reports Sharen
Peanuts from joining that Of prime concern and headIng sometimes found in and parents Mr John
noted that I young! scholar can observe a concerned, high government levels Bruneau The game was Mrs Leon Kocol
vast area of literary works the list was the questionof Hasquill, Sinter
of the
has published a study known as classics may be the thinking young person who is social justice The class QUite predictably the fam. played against Clearwater and Mrs AI Stefurak

theological significance o f very timeliness) of the point of quite willing to point a finger found race relations to be the ily and family questions Central Catholic High:: School. Mr. Pound welcomed! the ;\fsurffn5.S.XD.
Peanuts, somewhat'' irrevrrenllv of accusation at his elders for Cardinal :Mooneys Junior var-'
view It is to be inferred thata most bewildering and vexa came m for many remarks. group in the office of Mrs. .
entitled "The Gospel" According man of the 18th century the failings that are supposed tious of contemporary qiies- Slud'ntsI're shocked by the sty won their game but unfortunately Marie Holderman, publisherof Fk

to Peanuts would find many puzzling to be characteristic only of tions. Typical of their attitude general break up of families the Cougar varsity '- the Cocoa Tribune for 47

Its author Robert L. Short, items in the parables of "goodole the young. This became pain. was the remark of one the decline ol family unity was defeated years and still active in directing .
fully apparent to me in a little how and the lack of parental concern the After .
has concluded, among other Charlie Rrown: perhaps, that \Ie must learn to Mid term exams are schrd- daily paper
things!: that Peanuts is a modern this same individual of the project that I supervisedin love and respect persons and There was almost a nil'd fur Cardinal :Mooney students recounting a brief historyof St.. Petersburg, Orlando. Tarn-

series of modern parables enlightenment!: period wouldbe a senior religion class at avoid hating or Ignoring wave of nostalgia as they fur the week of January the hometown newspaper pa, West Hollywood and Miami

about contemporary man and disamusrd by the apparent Bishop I ) Harry High School in gioups/ wrote about the Rood old ID '," Mr Pound interested gathered! at Our Lady of

his continuing{ struggle to recognize frivolity of the caitoon St. Peteisburg Next, and running a close days" of family togetherness the class with a copy of an Perpetual Help auditorium

and overcome some of However, given time to We were treating the section second to the first, was the Listed fifth but quite significantly Sweat shirts with the original{ edition of the paper January 2.3 to participate in

the ill effects of original sin. study and analyze the 20th of the new Constitution question of personal morality. enough the only school emblem on them have and compared its makeup to the combined educational and

\\hen Charlie Brown gloomily century, this same reader on the I.iturgv that deals with One boy wrote that the aver. non.moral topic mentioned, gone on sale this week by the the present day edition Sister formation conference.

confides! to Linus that he has may easily grasp the purpose preachinghile discussingthis age youth was inundated by was a plea fur bitter more !senior class The junior class Guest speaker for the occa-

been "confused right: from and the evoking wisdom of part a lively interchangecame ( sensuality from every side mature, and more relevant Is selling license plates with Continuing{ the tour throughthe eon was Sister Maureen

the day I was born," he sums the entire series. up about what should! and he wanted some clear cut explanations of the Gospel the team emblem, a cougar, newsroom, Mr, Pound reminded S S.N D educator psychologist .

up what Cardinal Newmanonce he preahod and what piob- ideas of just what was right readings hoard at Mass on on them students that any and author. Sister theme

referred to as that terrible Humor and satire have the INns the Church faces and wrong Closely allied to Sunday 1'hl'r.n an intuitive The staff of the school' newspaper edition requires Personal Maturity in the Religious

aboriginal calamitywhich I happy quality of bridging this topic was! the question of grasp that these readIngs newspaper, The Cardinal is preplanning He explained the Life," covered such
has befallen the lot of (hut the most difficult of Raps As a lass asljniiint; I the morality of birth ('ontrol.1Iu'h from the Word of God working hard so they may duties of the adverting and aspects of convent living as
asked the students! after
man." time. confusion and distrust were significant for their lives have the paper out by Jan editorial divisions of the staff. personal involvement, humanness .
Mime liberation n, to list the
Indeed, perhaps the success It is easy for us, in our' age, topics that they fell were reigns( In the mind of the but there was a general feeling uary 27.Church. The 24 rotary press and the rooted in the divine

of the cartoon is due more to to understand the futility of must pressing today in the young, due largely, one suspects that their treasures rre linotype machines were most and the religious woman in

the Idl'ntiflcationhleh even the kite-flying antics of Church of (;011.We from the heated controversies not being adequately ex built fascinating for the fledging the modern world

the casual reader may make Charlie, Rime so many of us in the mass media plored.This. newspaper publishers Under
with the characters than are flying kites with too much came up with a long of the day brief survey .Is provocative IHto\TIS.) : The Nether-: guidance of the Tribune editor !Saturday evening was given
that from while not claimIng land ( \l'I-) Bernard Cardinal ever to education meetings
whimsical compilation ranged
with the sometimes string-and we too got tied The third real the students followed a
topic! was s
the cartoonist, How teenage( dating ((8 perennial to have any sociologicalor : Alfrmk of Utrecht has
view of up with trl'eshich we never khmker Students felt that news story from the hnotype Sister Charlene Marie moderated -
easily we recognize the many knew were in that particular favorite! ) to the meaning of there general and deep theological' significance beyond consecrated the new churchof through proofreading and the primary group I
was a
fuss budget Lucys in ourworld field Ue the Last Judgment( the light that it sheds on St. tidgerus built here on
are understanding; routed decline In the ethics .f page makeup to the rotary Sister M Christina, gradesthree
; how vast! the area populated we suffer with him. From this list I asked themto business the thinking of some young land reclaimed a short time press and the finished copyof and four', Sister. Marie

by fumbling but always But suppose we lived In an pick out five topics that people in our schools today, ago from the Zuidrr 7ee the paper. Damian, the intermediate and

trying Charlie Browns! ; other age- would understand they felt to be of crucial imOf Remarks about cheating on -- -- -- -- Each student received a junior high; and Sister 1

and even the number of soft- of that day s Tribune as Thomas was moderator of the
If ft ..z1. A f Legion of '. Jo.r_ copy
spoken but browbeaten I decency T-V' h,MV.VV "1... they had seen it printed as high school' discussions I

Linuses is literally legion. /I 'rates new movies r.ir4 r. "..Z::..."I" 'CSST: : : well as a memorial edition of The regional nlft'hnll'ndl'd

Perhaps the chaiacters area .". Ol .*.* _**. the history. of the'local newspaper Sunday January 3 with a
sort of modern Pilgrim's J It, I MM A special memento of supper In St John auditor I
I
Progress tale of the types I.Jt :Morallv oh jitt tunable in part for all the tour was a line of type urn. St Petersburg

of man among every man. Ar'.ri i anir.' ,''i..n of fcmlly.: -\ ttl, ,, )s.u.hty CtaUM."f reading St. Mary 8th Dedicate library
There then remains the discovery "h.1 < Tho JKMII grade"

finally of the point of I .Plink'.,".*..a.l....>h"11.'* ". rx 1'.i.us HumlH''art Roo4oo, I The class recently publishedthe / l It.\ TON
all this i 11 JKLM Calm ....1.... WaokoM second edition of "The 's Archbishop' Karl J, Alter
Is a child's view of life and I'code ., Terror r..-.....* Iwohm. Tw e MCTO Torch" school newspaper, will dedicate the new Ma
'.n r>Mlro h.-M.I JKM
humor to be theologized and of ionic n guh-k" rVfnro It MMM FMi written made ui| printed and nan Library at the t'niversity -
analyzed to the point that the of 1 I5. t.lrms eor*.. ST K*<..... fmor fltt."W distributed by class members o( Dayton here January

splendid satire and delight of ,I ., I.'IS'!4 Th.H Ten Com.an4fM the cartoon is made to disappear f a ., h.ler JMU ah.'s iorrir S St Mary School Sister Mary Established hi 1943 the II.

? Is one of the few remaining I I5 .,, f I I"",.l I'...in with tan. dh Snail<>, III WorM Ik* .ofI .... AC Lfinraim:: is faculty adviser brary hoe one of the world

bastions of un- ti ....''r. Ca15.s mrl .."'., U* To KtMH for the monthly which beasts most extensive collection! of
psychoanalyzed life to fall be. Wf I 1, I.. JK SWiMtor. M .... Hap editorial, and religion pages, Marian books and pamphletsThe
M* r" ,1. 1'.n ......
i piathM M> a IUKM
fore the onslaught!: of the probIng I '< .. "" "" H,,<*l lit....... Twn grade: news sports and humor new facility more than
all-too.sober Investigation I \ ." "r i 1'.rt, to*** HCt awMter m NM York JU section civics chub and a triples the library capacity
of ever curious modern man? I H. ..r I. ",,.i HMD, A JST Tkro PlMm' tt tans monthly contest to some Ml,'Olio volumes
I i i La i i'4.* JKM! Ttoim ? hid

Good; !grief! I* nothing I I I" .'.,,.1Jt.rh' than. Com. Tomorrow".... Tnttton.I* My...Tr... JK

pleasant left? Whatever happened I'. ... Tho I MW Al. 0"V
te whimsy III,. ,,.. JV Vrto act| thaw STK CATHOLIC RELIGION COURSEAT
n.us' JK Vl. UH tees.
X ",,, .'"h a Wki KnIT W.ll of :*.IM T
there is to the
But a point
Math class at Bishop Barry I ." 'h i., Th. Wnltl of rot TlfUMI.* HOME
work of Mr ShortalthoughCLEARWATER I .,,,. ".r 4.s KM What t test to 0. STIf
n. th. RiM.r. tUK ttNon MM. .....*.
Gordon Buck, right, trigonometry offers algebra, geometry, advanced! i In.. ih, II.II.M, wjr HJ 'm Jlr IM KkM FOR CATHOLICS AND NON-CATHOLICS
Mn In the WI... '. Wh, IhHkn M KMMfe JK
teacher at Bishop harry High School mathematics, trigonometry and intro- M.rr MM 1.1 Mil* Wi.y' la.". JMMt

in St. Petersburg, demo ist rates drawd duction to symbolic logic. .w..,iu. of. lie*. flu rtol Pram rs W.Iot.II.T..t.rd.e. 'a1s/.M. sad TV. spirit of Mun eiiim set forts by bosh fop John

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!\ The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan 15, 1965 -:- .",

-- tI ., Public to view
;

' Urges stronger belief in Christ'sdivinity c:7s.Tr: ; progress at site


'I' ... of Mercy Hospital

1 to counteract lax trend ',l 1 ...; (r.Mll... lr.. .M. ItSehmits.

I '. : Stanley P. Slwy

LOS ANGLLIIS: (XC-Jme.) Francis Cardinal Me- son of the Blessed Trinity, be ., Oscar Bittner. Mr. Lussier

II Intyre In JPfi0rll! letter has called for lengthening said I..Z Joseph M McNamara Ben.

baste. b in the divinity of Christ to offset increasing "This is the basis of the ... ''..., dirt Joyce,M.'Inclk Dr Clete), F William Huhn

tendencies to doctrine of the ,. .. .
Ignore God'i Mystical Body : < < c "
William
D. Alfred
; Sykea, J.
teachings and laws the strength of our convictionthat of Christ He is the Head; He I Reldl William M.vBrlen
Christ Is Cod and in the is the foundation of Truth ,
"This trend in our society Peter A. Dutko, Nat Novallo
responsibility of a true conscience and Holiness.
Is due to a slow erosion ol that holds I Arthur Demetree. G. Albert

[ the basic recognition of the loyalty and obedience proper to 'His authority and truth II Shepp. Dr. Louis C. Murray

divinity of Christ, upon Him," the Cardinal asserted committed to His Apostlesand i Milton C. Ileckwolf, Joseph
Whose authority these truth Cardinal their successors are the I I Martin, Louis A Grilling, Mr.
make Imperative command Mclntre said the light which should ..nll&httlttul'1 1 Durcham, Mr. Buning :Mr

, of our minds and wills," the Second Vatican Council bidtocu.ed man who comes Into e Cilento and Mr Serros.
! .
Cardinal said attention on the factthat. the world" the pastoral said. J' ,.e r find
in addition to Its institutional .
That erosion Is Governor
witnessed
again
ask
structural nature, "No self-righteous subjectivism .
9 i by the broad and loose descriptions the Church Is a Mystery, it Is which I Is merely p

given to Christ and the people of God called to geared to the changing world tt backs bus rides
r His [ ?
position in the
affairs of salvation until the end of can Ignore Him who is the r y ,
t men said the 1500-word( time. LIM t VRRISIU'RG! (NC) For
True
Light Ills q
| nor Ignore C s '
pastoral which was read I the third time In as
I on The Church as a Mystery Church founded upon the many
January 10 in all churches weeks Governor William W.
of linked to the Incarnation to rock, protected by the Holy ,
the Los Angeles Scranton has declared la
archdiocese
the espousal of human
nature Spirit until the end of the
I "Some speak! of him as by the Word, the Second PerWSy world," the Cardinal stated. favor of tax-paid bus transportation .
though I He! were simply an ex. for pupils attending

traordinary man even a very W l'IInn.yl\.nla' nonpublic
I holy man. Others regard Him Usefulness of psychiatryheld schools.In .

I as though lie were merely a his state of the common

I great leader and moral 1 wealth message on JanuaryS

I teacher even a great prophet paramount for ill before a Joint session of

land .human representative of the house and senate Cover

|Cod, the Cardinal wrote WASHINGTON, D.C. (NC) -A Benedictine Priest nor Scranton said that "1'

Te speak ef Christ thus who la a leader In the promotion of mental health through Guess what we saw on the way to school protect the health and safetyof

[Cardinal Mclnt.vre said Is prevention and In the Integration of theology, ncholantia. Schools throughout the Diocese betas taken up; school bum are vertej the driver from arriving: at Pennsylvania children attending .

[not te acknowledge His dlIvlnity philosophy and the valid findings of modern psychiatrysaid of St Augustine have opened for filled once more with young travelhi dmtlnatlon quit ao quickly by this administration nonpublla will schools again,

nor to accord te Him In an Interview here that the findings of psychiatry the second semester of the school era. Thou children of St. Charles stopping to examine a fleet of recommend legislation t.

[which the respect divine and obedience are so Important that it la vital for the Church to accept year. Familiar schedule art again School In Orlando seem to have dU boaU. provide bus transportation
de.
authority them and put them to use. ---- for such children along etlst.
''mand. analysis by the Church would
The expert. Father Jerome in booksAssorted Ing public school routes"
deprive her of "the most effective Variety
"In this agonized period ofcur Hayden O.S B. a member of scientific Instrument Students urged to Governor Scrantoa all I Sasserted
[ personal national and In. the Catholic Theological St.
saw atallnble fur a mortrompll. :
Iternational affairs it is time- ciety of America Is a medical .
\\fy that we should have fr. doctor and a practicing psy- modern man.underttanding" ol titles promise interest watch court cases "Without flinching, this ad.

lament recourse to this basic thl.trll11.. ministration
will
is a diplomatand l iNUn: : NC-The( ) Judge uphold the
I belief which gives human life fellow of the American He cites the facts of modern : ItooU. DouMi- tyillj: MiMlera Short comments collected by the of principle In our constitution
I 1MGK disunited! a bit advice -
[direction purpose and mean- Psychiatric Aisociatlon life that one out of every ..>. ianlrn; City., X. V. !Story In the MaU- Uurnetti and apiwndtil to .Sx'ml| a day In divorce court that the stale should la n.
ling. We can find guidance He was asked to present his 10 Americans Is in need of most of the stories, These an Mote you become a statisticin way participate In direct sup.
Inc. muted hilt and
laad enduring courage only I in views on psychiatry to several some form of psychiatric That eirrllrnt library l.y In most cases not awfully revealing the increasing divorce rateIn port of education in religious

W gatherings of Bishops In Rome treatmenthilestatisticsare within 1 ( I In)I1n.',. ni -.nil. llnllie nil rn..t.. Hawthorn, but they do have a this. city and In the nation" or other private schools, but

[Aid withdrawn during last falls session of larking he says it must be New .rk. m pp. ?I .fl.\! certain entertainment value, I am convinced that there Isno
Ilimki hiss
the ecumenical council Father assumed that the proportionof Image! Just I* All in all then this Is a col. DUIrlrl Judge .Sherman 0. constitutions! or moral

H\Tnf,O, Chile \'CI( ) Ha)den spoke' to more American Catholics suffering sued 13 new' publication! to i One proble with many l"clmn that will appeal to nnf'.lhtr, speaking In the barrier against providing a

The+ budget committee of than ISO Bishops from allover from emotional disturb' commemorate its lush an short story anthologies is a short story buffs looking for Ifentcr youth league, mmPOMM bus ride for the health and

[Chile's parliament has voted the world as well ai superiors ames ia at least as high than certain sameness that givesone something different | of parochial and public saf.ty of any child.
(seven to five not to appropr general of several religious that of the I'mted States pop- nh trur) marking mil. the feeling of having been lly Hu.M-ll !Shaw rhmil aludenl leaders urged "Just as we extend serv

iate funds for the usual an- congestionsAmong elation in general lion of fine puH| 'rlmrlib here before-- more than once students te give "the mad! Ices of dental hygiene to all
nUll subsidy of about 100,000 All too often the same stories OTIir.R: TITLES; careful consideration la there
the |hints he made Says Father Jerome <>ok. published" during that school I children Including
I usually given by the governj were these: "Christian moral theology by the name writers are an "A Traveller In Italy" by |xin.lhllltlfi .r( marriage those who attend religiousand

j ment to Chile's Catholic chart- Psychoanalysis "has must be reconsidered in the period. ttmloglMd The effect on the 11. V Morton Dodd, Mead i and parenthood"15i. private schools, so, too,

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whole man and Indeed all and In such away from the bet <>f hard-cover Netting people and encountering Why It Is for every four to five marrlaifps During the 'last session of"

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._ Catholic Friday, Jan. IS 1955
-- Ten The Florida ,

against Church in ri"



Czechoslovakia applied by Reds 1\ ... I4.c .' -' F _-...It'nXNA Council debate on may revisions expect L


\ (NC)-The now year tame to the Church in freedom to appoint its Bishops .

Rod-ruled Czechoslovakia with little hope for a relaxation irrespective of governmental
..
(r llnnH from pies l> the speeches and rl'sen'aUons
of the restrictions applied against it by communist author. party preferences pressure.or communist t '; as rI dais of the secretariate for submitted and acted on.

itics. promoting Christian Unity Once debate on the four

This was reported here by travelers In that country Vocations to the Priesthoodand The latter document if finally schemas to be discussed is
religious life are knownto completed they will have to
who have just returned _
is
approved, as of now
? crs porters or street-car con. be much more numerous : rIiLd. be voted on and returned to
from behind the Iron Curductorg, expected to be added as an
than officially conceded bee the appropriate commissions
lain to the Constitutionon
appendix
The of cause only a selected few are for review of the Fathers
atmosphere general the Church promulgated at
Foreign visitors had less permitted to enter seminaries opinions and resubmitted for
distrust and which .
suspicion third session.
the close of the
trouble than before in obtaining and monasteriesand amended
prevails throughout the coun- most voting as by the
visas from the Prague try makes it difficult for convents have forcibly r It Is expected that only four commission
government and Priests of been closed down schemas will be debated because
cultivate .J
Priests and to
religious: According to L'Ossenator
non Czechoslovak nationality Religious;: education is restricted they were the only d contacts
personal among
Romano two other schrmai
encountered no difficulties in themselves and with the to a point where L uments sent back by council
people -divine revelation and the
recent months if they wishedto .
parents find it extremely difficult fathers for full scale rewritelag.
say Mass in a Prague to enter their childrenin lay apontolate-are considered

church. As a result the clergy and catechism classes. Religious completely past the debating
religious lead an isolated and instruction outside of Other schemas such as the stage and are awaiting only

In discussing I conditions. desolate life Only those cooperating churches is completely one on the lay apostolate, voting.
with long time acquaintances were not sent back for com
with the excom banned
These like the other four
however they found 1k
the Czechoslovak clergy facing municated priest and Czechoslovak The number of Catholicswho plete redrafting but only for will be returned to the commissions .
amendments the basis of
on
minister of health
remain true to their for amendment and
what amounts virtually
total spiritual starvation Josef Plohar, and his "peacepriests" faith and try to practice it as the suggestions made by Fathers be resubmitted for approval
.
organization enjoy a best they can under these the Vatican City daily report.ed. .
No religious!! publicationsare limited amount of freedom. trying conditions is pitifully Therefore Monsignor Val- .

permitted and foreign!!! All six sees of Bohemia and small. And their number Is lame said such schemas are In a third category are five

books may not be Imported. Moravia are under the direction decreasing constantly on account not expected to be redis- schemas which have been debated .

Few, if any Priests, know of vicars capitular, but of the relentless com cussed, but only voted on. voted' on, and whose
what is going on aboard. only the one of the Olomouc munist propaganda against This procedure is not the result suggestions and objectionshave
Most church buildings are archdiocese is recognized by all things Christian. "Peace Fellow Priests honor jubilarianMore of an administrative decision already been submittedto

deteriorating fast because no the Holy See. The vicars priests" known to collaboratewith by any council author. commissions These are the
funds are granted by the capitular have no real power. the communist regimeare than 20 Priests joined officers nehus A. Dougherty, Father John J. ity, but rather of the council'sown documents on the pastoral of

communist government for They may not even transfera commonly distrusted, but of the solemn High Mass on Tuesdayof Lenihan Father Paul R. Woodyard, handling of the different fice of Bishops, relations

maintenance and restoration. curate without the approvalof are tolerated since they can last week in Lakeland's St Joseph Father David B. Cronin, Father James documents, he said which non-Christians, Religious .

Priests and religious are the communist overseers validly dispense the sacra. parish when the pastor Father Wil C Fahey, Monsignor John F. Scully Asked if he thought it likely seminaries and Christian .
poorly dressed and find it who maintain offices in the ments that council Fathers might request education.
liam J. O'Farrell observed his 25th Monsignor John J. Mullins, V.F., Mon.
nearly impossible to acquirenew various diocesan chanceries Publication of review Priest from Father Thomas A. and Father further debate on some
Those denied a for anniversary as a : left signor Colreavy -
clothing. of the schemas debated earlier .
the status of Priests by the No agreement has !been the clergy still Is prohibitedand Peter C Dolan Father TerenceJ. John X. Linnehan. Among those which are not being Pontiff views

government under one pre. reached as yet between the the only Catholic paper Farrelly Father Thomas J. Burns present were Father Irvine Nugent and amended he answered that

text or another must earn a government and the Holy See now available is severely Father Mortimer Danaher Father Cor- Father Vincent E. Smith. this appeared unlikely

living as miners, farm help- to restore to the Church the censored. Council procedure provides U.S. space film

"How" asked an observer that once debate is closed
who arrived I here from and if Fathers have not called \T1C\V CITY (\O -

c Prague "can there be any Verities for good homes for the complete redrafting of Pope Paul M has seen filmtlJ..l'n
rA
by America Ranger
p dialogue between the Prague a document that document
r regime and the Holy See goes to the appropriate com space vehicle as it nearedthe
.
under such circumstances mission for amendment according moon. The three minute
v
: Unless there Is a real changeof spoken by Holy Fatherimage to the reservations movie as shown to the of Pope
last week by officials the
heart on the part of the expressed in the voting, .
United States :National Aeronautics
Red
which
rulers no one
dares to anticipate the outlook lI'onlln" teem pasa of the Lord They haveon where he Mited W-jear old In other words, all the and Space Admims

for the Church in said Yet, how I would like their faces the sun and Archbishop Angelo Hotta, retired schemas were debated But In oration who brought their
the of four of them the
and at
case own projector screen
Czechoslovakia remains dismally to have them all here near tight of innocence. Vatican diplomat. dncumrnH
completelyredrafted Invitation.
were the Pope
dark" me, to caress them and bless "rrom theme must drawa At noon the Pope appearedat and constitute new They were Robert Seamans
them In their simple and lesson of humility inno his window to bless the .
documents which must be discussed. Jr.. associate administratorof
e 1J Mass guideSUNDAY clear faces we see the very cence and submission" crowds in St. Peter square, NASA, and Gilbert W Otis-

t r On his return trip to his and said: NASA European .
Icy
representative
In the other cases, the documents
the
January 17 Vatican says apartment Pope stopped "By honoring the Holy Family to be with headquartersin
are presumed
off Santa Maria
at Hospice, Paris The movie taken
2nd Sunday after Epiphany. we honor all families thatis was
house for Vatican clerical essentially the same ones discussed
(Mass of Sunday, Gloria, prelate I will/// a the to say the family as such, earlier although improved last year.
personnel run by same
Creed Preface of Trinity) as the sacred source of life."We .
Santa Maria Sisters who operate and brought more \\S\cfflclali: were In

L I MONDAY(Mass: of, January previous 18 Sunday stay in Tunis the infants' center will pray that the family closely in line with the council Italy In connection with the
t '
.., 2nd Prayer of St Prlsca, may always I* founded on s thinking in the light of San Marco prvjrct t. the

Common Preface or feastof \\t\C\\\ (ITY ( n-) Popo stresses love and a holy bond which launching of III Italian.made

J. St Prisca Mass of a Vatican Radio has denied that makes It stable and united. College post satellite from a platform

I A + virgin.martyr, Gloria, Com there Is any foundation to a. now hope for "WeI ill pray that families I>t nLI\ (NCI-Mother) Jor toast floating off the Last: African
t that Archbishop
mon Preface) published report may be healthy good, fruit. dana Roche 0 r. is the first
TUESDAY January 19 Maurice I'errm, rank. ful and happy and we will nun to be elected a memberof Mr Sramans explained the

.. Os. .. (Mass of previous Sunday, ing Catholic churchman In Christian unity pass along these desires to society the governing board of international cooperation in

:" 2nd Prayer of Sts Marius, Tunisia has been asked to that it may draw from University College here. She pace exploration between
r Martha\ and leave the country by the govrnment \TK\\ CITY (NO) -
companions the family its example and is the director of studies of various countries
\ 3rd Prayer of St Canute Fifteen thousand persons The Father asked
that it may be itself a family the Irish Dominican Congregation Holy
Common Preface, or. feastof It further denied presumably I gathered In St. Peter's sustained by love. by brotherhood and a graduate of University questions on spare cooperation ,

Holy function of a PriestFor Sts Marius Martha and upon assurance of the Square to receive Pope Paul by respect for authorityand College which is partof priiitng the efforts at
Companions, Mass of feast, Tunisian government( that Via Epiphany blessing heard by the prosperity of the National University of international collaboration In

25: years, Father William J. O'Farrell, Gloria, 2nd Prayer of St. Tunisian officials are considering him declare his continued work" Ireland such an important field
Canute Common Preface) expelling him hope for 'hristian unity
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right, has offered the Sacrifice of the Mass,
WEDNESDAY; January 20 The Vatican Itadlo denial \t noon on January 8 the
blessed governed, preached, baptized and matured St Fabian, Pope and St raiiir on January 8. three Pope appeared! at a windowof CATHOLICS OF FLORIDANOW
in the works of hm priestly functions One
Sebastian Martyr. (Mass days after the Tunisian government : his apartment to bless the
day last week his fellow Priests, including FatherM of feast Gloria Common formally denied' reports crowd below He recalled hi A NON.PROFIT CATHOLIC FRATERNAL SOCIETY OFFERS

J. Kelly (left) of Jacksonville, joined the Lake- Preface) that It had requested was in l Bethlehem at the

land pastor to be with him as he celebrated his THURSDAY, January 21 \rehblshiip I'orrln'i departure Mime time last year Saying

nlver jubilee in the Priesthood. This picture was St Agnes/: virgin and mar. that his desire then, as It Is LOW BUDGET HOSPITALand

taken at the anniversary Mass father OFarrell tv.r <( Common Preface,) The Tunisian government C'htlst. he declared that he
offered in
St Church
Joseph FitDAY! January 22 look occasion! to emphasisethat held his arms out to all Chris-

Sts Vincent and Anaslasius. its relations with the Holy lams to be reunited in the LIFE INSURANCE I
INSURANCE (Mass of several martyrs, See! remain excellent unity of Christ. I

Auto Life Home or Business Gloria Common Preface,) The former Archbishop of
HENRI A. MONTEAU SATURDAY: January 23 Carthage and primate of Africa "\\e wanted tit itrrtch out 'Ay
i fctefrj
(liJFir. .OLIVER-MONTEAU. INC. St. Raymond of I'ennafort. Archbishop Pcrrin became our arms and ask the irpir .
33 Western Union (Mass of a confessor not a prelate nullis of Tunisas sled brethren to recompose

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Preface.) tween the Holy !See and the lo thr world the Christian age any

Lubricated Your Windows Lately? StMUY, January 21 government of President 1 la- message a* a sign of friendship .

Use "L.C,Wai" Aluminum Lubricant 3rd Sunday after Fpiphany bib Pourguiba The agreement and salvation," Pope ,
II. Paul said A WEEK for< COStis tow as J3 50 per month depending upon
the proven .asy way to Save i Mass of Sunday Gloria given I the name
Clean, L Windows Velvety Smooth Creed Preface of Trinity.) "modus vivcndi' because its These! thoughts return to age, while hospitalized for any COv.re
operating DOOM Loch terms t'r. not fully satisfactory us again today and thereforewe V tit*

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