The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 22, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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Catholic receive parish pilgrimsST.

AUH'STINK-Catholics will visit the Oldest Mis-
OL. X\\, No. 12 Orlando }Florida Friday January %:. 1963 10< lion here in special pariah pilgrimages honoring the

----- QuadricentenniaJ Year of Augustine, Florida, it was
announced this week Beginning in September 19G5: the
Fr. Danaher parishes throughout the Diocese will observe the 400th

anniversary on Sundays to .be assigned to each parish

All schools would church Four and main its events mission.marking: the celebration are being

I prepared. The SL Augustine Foundation officials report

that major monuments for the Quadriccntennial will be

the erection on the grounds of Nombre de Dlos, the Oldest

Mission a towering 200-foot-high Cross and the Votive

profit from TV aid Church. will The be dedication an outstanding of St. Augustine's event restored Cathedral -

One of the major observances
"A lLLt-'Father Mortimer Danaher director President Johnson this << will be a Eucharistic America'i most historic i t MrYFR MV,
of schools for the Diocese of St Augustine said this month called for $1 billion to CongrcKS. shrines
I week that the Department of Education of the Dioceseis be given public school districts e A Eucharistic Congressin
The St Augustine Foundation
St Augustine,
giving close attention to President Lyndon B. John- enrolling children from February
has charge of the 400th
20,19GIi, marking the glorious
son's needy families. Parochial and
program for federal aid to education.The other private schools would anniversary observances to first chapter In United States
use of educational television, said Father Danaher participate through extension' take place at the Mission in history, which will be retoldto j
could be a great help to 1J!( -M. Father Heslm. Foun.datmn the American people at the
within and outside of the Diocese. to them by local public schoolsof a
both public and private shared services! and other president announces solemn tribute to the Holy
school systems.Father special education projects these tentative dates for main Kui: 'harlst--the story of the of.
The diocesan school official events: feting<< of Mass on September(
Dansher's study of and his colleagues think that The President presented hl. 0 Dedication 8, I'M, in St Augustine,
*n Stpltlnllt'rI
the Presidents proposals in television would be one meanswhich education message: to Congress ISM! of the towering SOOl America's first J parish Mass.la .
the field of federal aid
to could be profitably emploved on January 1!. IVdicatlon of the "oU"un'h
ucation has been l fool ('ro.. on the shore of the .
augmented and of great assistanceboth at the Oldest Mission ;
Minion Nombre: de 1 Dios,
during recent days by discussions to public and Catholic Included In his proposals the place where Spain began with educators both schools throughout the coun are a program of grants to Us permanent lettlrtnrnl. The Native Church has been 'o
try. assist in buying library and planned by the Priests and ,
test books and another program 0 Dedication of the Cathedral faithful of the Diocese as a ,. LI1 p Y rt
Episcopal Catholic educators said Father to establish centers in .
of St. Augustine on December prayer to Almighty: God to
Danaher would welcome which special courses and a, 1965 The Cathedral avert the disastrous effects ofa
group hears such cooperation between pub cultural: enrichment programs If now being restored and decorated nuclear holocaust
lie and private school sji- would benefit both public and In a
manner appropriate The \otive Church and! the
Fr. Malone private school children to Its suture ai one of Cross, to be built by the

terns.Archbishop Aw'liter Company of Jackion-

.. >-Father Pat- Lucey in at title, will be constructed on ) 4
prayer land where this country be- a
rick J. Malone of DeLand, pan with the planting of

president of the diocesan inauguration of dangersthat ('tarlat'. Cross and with the

postdate of Christian warns offering of M.... .
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Unity, spoke last Sundayat WASHINGTON ( Archbmhop) Robert K Lueey the spiritual( heritage of our Thai Is the beginning<< of the

a church breakfast sponsored of San Antonio, Texas, cautioned here that at this time n.tlOl1-a sense of justice. to story of the Oldest ('Ity In the St. Augustine's towering Cross

by the St Luke's when Americans are enjoying material abundance, they all mankind, a spirit of char I'.S.

Episcopal cathedral par* also are living in days of "tragedy and crisis" when "all lly to the lowly and the oppressed Surpassing In Interest' all Spain founded! St Augustine, Flor foot-high Cross which will be visible

hold l Ma, with the planting of Chi''ist's Cross land at and from the sir
lab In Orlando. His talk was we dear Is challenged. other programs In old St. Au.gustine on sea -
a feature of the Chair of ." "la these days of stress In Thy divine Providence. this year are the Diuceie's In September M, IM\ To commemorate marking tho slot where America's

Unity Octave week. The warning came in the and strife, In the hour of fate.fsl 0 Heavenly Father of the main events plannedfor that event of 40(1() years ago the Church faith began,
moral the world
Invocation which the Archbishop ''. decision, may Gad make. has leadership entrusted the celebration( of the XNh will build this year a towering 200termlned / -
been the
Even though Christian unity offered at the inauguration clear la our President the to us anniversary which falls on
I II difficult said the ecumenical of L>ndon B Johnson path of freedom and justice, fate of humanity is in our September 8. This opinion, to found a permanent attempts to do this had failed r.l.lnlthf'l. significant monuments
the path af brotherhood and hands; the nations look In us here this week Christian settlement This history-Catholic the and
movement official. It is ss President and Hubert expressed by on to beautifying the
entirely possible, because it H Humphrey as Vice President tnitk the truth that makes for survival western civilisation Father lle.lln. Is shared by the mainland of what Is now core-Is so essentially St. Au. old Cathedral to mark the
ls the. Will of God." Ills prayer opened the torn free" Archbishop lane' stands)in or faJlf with\ America ,sM IhoM who understand the (the United States on what gu.t Ine's heritage that the With anniversary of SL Au.guatine J
swearing in ceremonies In pa4ed. these days of traivdjr significance of the Quadri- the Spanish called "the continent Priests of the Moreio/ together In the Diocese and In
He asked f.r a better anderStssdlag and crisis all that we hold "
front of the U S. Capitol on centennial of U 101 Ida. Earlier: with the 'l'a'id|"le are the nation.
between varlsss l The Archbishop was accompanied doer is challeaswd belief in
Four hundred In .
January :20. years ago .
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ef Christians here to the God 'for human
groups inaugural respect personality I'M: the nation of Spain de.!
The prelate who was invited ceremonies by Montignur Jose honor. Integrity the
Transmitted UN
Father Malone. who It pastor personally by President Johnson |>"h L Manning cnaacetlnr tery freedom of the human to
of St. Peter parish ia De- s longtime friend (to per of the San Antonio srctMhacase.The spirit-all these are a' stake Churchill
Land, said: Ucipste in the ceremnmei and our ceuBlry. champion of I.U\lN (\0) -Th. peril -

A thorough understanding prayed for divine guidancefor tun '. text invocation of Archbishop follows. truth and Justice, must lead, representative of Top Holy Father's peace appeal seen I
the Chief F.ecutve. .
will forestall the possibility the MIMAS of the world to the ul \1 I railed at the home of
of taking premature and ill- Almighty and eternal God than of s brighter hos*. Sir Winston! Churchill to bring/
considered steps, and the embarrassment Mass for U.S.w'ASItlNGTON we ask a bfewsMg upon. all Vie pray thai Almighty God lady Churchill word of the evidence of trust in nations'goal
of later retraction. who are gathered !here today may grant to the leader of our Pope's "de.p personal concern -
Common courtesy born (NCIWashington's to honor the Chief Kcutive country wiadum and underslaftdmc and of his prayers at this VATICAN (n,' (NC-The decision of Pop Paul ed Nations, New York on Jan.
of understanding and good AreMMirmp Patrick of our nation and our Vice strength and courage difficult time' as the British VI to send! hits Bombay peace appeal to the United Nations wry I IS. The appeal is the
win. will preclude !Invitationsto A Boyle offered a PonUkal IVesident Me thank Thee for In these days of stress statesman lay near death on "shows the Pope's( trust" in that baby, Vatican Radio de one addressed by the Pope to
common participation, Mass on inauguration peace and prosperity. we are and strife, In the hour of tale- January 17.ArchMahop. dared here the day after the to UN the .press corps during his
when reciprocity is impossible. day in the National Shrine of grateful for ferule soil. abundant Sal decision., may God mAW .Igino CardmaleapnoMw U menasge was given Visit to the International F.ucharlittc -
the Immaculate Conceptionhere hanents and the fruits clear to our lYesfctoit the delegate' for Great Secretary Thant high and BohU aim of the : Congress: In Ilombay,
The Mass was offeredfor of the earth by which we live path of freedom and justice, HntalA also conveyed a message "Hut the handing of the "nlled Nslluns and If II* India, last December
In order to make steady the wesfare of the countryand But we remember that man the path of brotherhood and of sympathy from the ptinttfua! document to U .,ldI'DU.I mature, whkhdrirrtes In his address Pope Paul
progress toward Christian unity for members of the esecv- does not live by bread alone truththat truth that nukes Pop M. lady Churchill and Thant Is mon than a mognl support and en- had urged the cessation ef
said Father Malone ",.e live and judicial branches of and so we are grateful too fur men fr... Ames other members of her family lion," the broadcast continued roNrsfrmenl (from .n." (hebrssdrsil the arm race and the d"o.
must turn to God in prayer" the goo eminent "It ImpllelUy testifies staled lion of resources and energiesto
to the difficult temples
!'t J r'' : wearying but I meritoriouswork An autographed teat of the the "fraternal assistanceof "
developing countries.
Movements develop 1U 4zt4ii, shirts the great International J'III'| Paul appeal for a halt, "
"Would that
organization Is carrying In the arms rw e and hn pled every nation
out in favor of world fur assistance i" developing he. said, 'thinking thoughts of
late and not of affliction
from Vatican Council peace."It countries had liven formally
IH -.. '1"t /(' Is a proof of confidence presented to U Th.nt at I nil- lloUf IATIIHC: bath page
hi the effort of the United Na-

WASHINGTON: By (Paul>C)\-\'.The MrOo two key men charged with ILI t ; foster lions specialized the economic agencies d.v !W>f to> Bishop Carberry assigned I Ito

the overall coordination of the liturgical renewal and the i iI ment and the cultural pro,.
promotion of Christian unity by the Catholic Church In fen of the less privileged Columbus diocese

the United' States see their miss primarily to be of serv ,et countries

ice. They view their work as closely J Interrelated "It Is a rerogaltlos. of the W'A9111MlT1)Y: (:.NC<<:) .Bishop John J, Carberry of
Father Frederick It We Manu a director of the new iWayctte In Indiana has been transferred to the'" vacant

secretariat of the UA Pistol' Comma on the Uturpcal Tarpon Springs see ttt Columbus, Ohio. P"|* Paul VI mad the appointrornt I

Apoatolate. Monaignor WuTum W. Baum directs whkh was anm>unc xl here at the A| legaUrn. .
Ute national office 01 me
f rmat'Mi from" the poof con- pastor attends nary HunlMgton, Long Island .
new Bishops' Committee forEcumenical altar liturgy camflHtston In r u it*>up Carterry suriM>
Affairs. Rome sad asswerlag Inquiries Orthodox ritoTWOS' to the di'.e. Mt vacant: by to Jose 1X15.On .
rather McMaaus and Moollgmr from Btttos and dioctsan the Uaaslor (4 fsiahop .tar loan (a the Diocese of
Baun who were latter liturgical cammssssMU are G, .IssMunaasi to (1ft.. Trenton from 13TB to 1WO! the
t..t4 lagetAer.. bate awed In regards ta the. majnrpeoMems M'ttlNMbivineIjturcy a..... Ilisahep( Isaaiiiaaasi will future Bishop served ai sec
celebrated at tile
on the board of director of tov Hed la the eo- was N enthroned CM February 1as rotary to B .hop Mo"s E.
Greek; Ortho-Ins Owen .hereon
fee uuoaal Liturgical l Otsermce. gong ehasge III pubic .orshsp. ttmdjular Hlahast sad I Kil.y sad. atsiatant chanreUtor
sad butt are official Father McMasws noted the feast of tile Ksapfcaay A.eour AdwiaaMratat M. of Trenton Returning toliriwalyn
adv seen ta fee Second Ultras Out sassy ., 1M revisions, tats. FsWxrr Uttawn If ('reland) l | he served as s pas.

CeMciLSals' and they WSCB are ta JO In'o NeunaM, wtx presides ewiKt (lnmlNis alt belli* (fMiftkcilMr lot a tow.'her and an of In ialHI
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-' Two The Florida Catholic, Friday don VZt 1963
.... .

Florida Reports Pope Paul receives group

St. Petersburg Tampa OrlandoSt 'American Circus'
St Jude Epiphany; James giving

Queen Of Peace Circle of The activities committee of The St. Elizabeth Guild of Receiving In audience the
the St. Jude Women's GuildIs the Epiphany of Our Lord St. James parish will hold a VATICAN CITY (NC) -

sponsoring a dessert-card Church is sponsoring a chicken card party on February 11 in performers of the "American\ Circus" currently playing

party on Saturday, January dinner on Sunday, January the club room (at Cathcartand in Rome, Pope Paul VI hailed their show as "a positive

30 from 1 to 4 p.m. in their 24, from noon till 3 pm. Ridgeway). Everyone is proof that peoples of different race, religion and nationality .

cafetorlum, 58th Street and in the social hall of the invited; refreshments will be can work together to At least this is the way it once
5th Avenue North. The publicis church located at East Hanna served. Donation is one dol bring a measure of happl- was. You travel about fromtown
invited. Donation is
one lar.
and 22nd Street. "
Deal to ethers. to town from country to
dollar. Tickets be obtained
Donations are $1.25 for of the United and
D.Bary Though part country you number
at the door or by calling
adults and 875 for children.
the circle chairman, Mr. St Ana KtatM Circus Association among your own members of
Proceeds for additional
E W. Singer, 345-4326. equipment for the new Epiphany The monthly meeting of St "Great Shows, Inc., the company's many nations.
Ann's Guild held performers come from "As
was on you prepare yourselvesfor
Of Our Lord School. Tick.
Notre Dame Academy several nations and shows
Wednesday, January 13 and your performance you
eta will be available at the
Notre Dame Academy conducted by Mrs. Howard are given in Spanish, Italian are giving positive proof that
door and the is most
Auxiliary will hold a special public Yerkes i and French as well at Eng
welcome.Sarasota. president. Father Peter :. peoples of different race, religIon
guest game on Friday January Reynolds, spiritual advisor, t3 lish. and nationality can
22, at 8 p.m. in the new led the opening and closing The audience with Pope work together to bring a

school auditorium at 6M3 IncarnationThe prayers and spoke briefly on ... \' Paul included ISO of the circus measure of happiness to others
Ninth Avenue North. Refresh
the recent liturgical changes. the said.
Ave Maria Guild of the MO-member trap whose ,
wll be served
ments Everyone
Church of Mrs. John Hewitt announcedthe "Without such selfless cooperation .
it welcome. par \ base of operations is Sarasota,
ish will hold their annual outstanding success of the i. iii -i 4i Florida. and collaboration,
ltaaecl Trinity membership tea at South Gate bske sale held on Sunday, '-' _'<%- your circus could not prosper
Forty Hours Devotions will Community Center from 2 to January 10 after both Masses. "The very word 'circus'brings nor endure.

open on Sunday, February 14, 4 p.m. on January 24. All the As chairman of the event, At Gainesville Holy Name to mind the picture of
immediately following the women of the parish are invited Mrs. Hewitt expressed her wide-eyed children runningto "You undergo long periods
12:15: Mass. Father Howard to attend. thanks to donors and partici- Men of St. Patrick pariah In Gainesville Mr. Delhi, president of the St. Augustine it animal*-many of them ef dedicated training, many

Lltts will give the sermons; The chairmen In charge of pants. heard an invitation to plan to par- HNS deanery, waa accompanied by strange parading down times suffering hardship md
Masses will be scheduled on this event are Mrs. Harold The next major activity will ticipate in the Quadricentennial of St other deanery officers In Gaineaville! ; streets, and to admire per. want, In order to bring some
Monday and Tuesday morning Laielte be a card party and dessertto formers who represent for joy and distraction: te your
and Mrs James
be held In the Augustine, Florida, this month. At the from left, John Spann, marshal; Mr. lewers. foil spend lives
at 7.30: a m. Evening devotions O'Donoghue, along with a neighboring them heroes the Impossible your
will be held on Sunday group of the Guild membersas Deltona Community Centeron Holy Name Society's annual father- Delhi shaking hands with Frank Pae ," the Pope said in Eng for others, and this Is te be

and Monday evenings at 7:30: their committee helpers Thursday, February 11, at son breakfast, the guest speaker from Gaineaville pariah president! ; and Naif lish. commended," Pope Paul em

with the closing taking placeon 1 p.m. Mrs. Arch Gilchrist of Jacksonville John C. Delhi, spoke Mussleh, treasurer, from Jacksonville. "Your presence in a townor phasized.

Tuesday at 7.30: p.m. DeLand Deltona Is chairman and her about the coming 400th anniversary. city seems to transform "However, ai you travel
St Peter co-chairman Is Mrs. Ed Schil- the spirit of the area with an
CDA the world do havea
about you
The home and school committee la, also a Deltona resident.On air of happiness and festivity.
On 27 6 the magnificent! opportunity of
January at p m February 20, the Guild
of St.
Rosary- MelbourneOur
Catholic Daughters of AmerIca doing good. We recommend
and the
Court St. Ann 1845 will bake Altar sale Society In the will parish sponsor hall a hold a Holy joint Name dinner Societywill at the Mar; Magdalen; Lady of Lourdes Coming events that you always fulfill the obligations
bold a social meeting covered Over 70 children of St February is festival time of your profession In
DeBary Fire Hall from 4.30 Mary
the first Sunday In February. : Till .lumn 11,.. MCll n4 ....!.
futON boiwriti *| mwtlnn *
dish and card for Our of Lourdes Christian observingever
at St. Lady a
party Magdalen Church received way
to 7 30 .
: nf
Funds raised will be used for pro. nn lhi local l IIII.r. t ada..S IM Joseph parish hall, 21st and special blessings from Father Catholic Women's Club. The b. ,..II.... what is morally proper
Lakevlew South. replacing school playground Tallahasseefleeced Hubert J. Reason on the feastof theme of this year's event Is as you endeavor to brightenthe
The seventh annual valentine equipment, SacramentThe the Holy Family, "carnival capers" The festival Dessert card party, Jan Card party, January 29 8 lives of the awed spectators
The Catholic Youth Organization uary 23. 12:30: pm Transfiguration p.m., Memorial Civic Center, "
dessert card party sponsored Blessed Sacrament Children under 18 months will be held In the church: : ? the Pope said
is to hold social St. Clearwater Beach B"IIIIII'Wom.n'
planning a parish hall ,
by Court St. Ann Women's Guild lot February 25
will met Tuesday, were brought to the altar rail parking on
bake sale In the hall Women's Guild Circle St CeciliaWomen'
parish Petersburg, of
be held for the benefit of 12 Mrs. and 26.Serving.
religious January Joseph first and around the middle of February Club New offices
sponsor. ,
: scholarship fund on O'Nell, guest speaker for the was given to those children as chairman I Is sponsor
February 6 from 1 to 4 p.m. This organization is having meeting gave an interesting between 18 months and Mrs. La far IJpiromb Jr. who Teen dance, January 23 8 Dessert card party January l'EW'ORK (\C-America
at the Huntington Hotel. success In attending neighboring talk on the Bible. to 10,30 p.m., Holy Family 30, 1 to 4 p,m., 58th
seven years of ace. All the did such a good job on last Press Inc. which publishes
Please bring your own cards, Ing their dances as well as dance hold- Mrs. Don Ennessey, president children were consecrated to year's bazaar. Mrs. Gordon parish school, St Petersburg. Street and 1th Avenue North America, a Jesuit weekly

sponsors ask. Donation is own.during Special announced there will bea the Blessed Virgin Mary The Dillon will serve as co-thair.: Dessert card party, January St. Petersburg Circle of St. magazine has sold Campion
1150. was enjoyed with 40 the holidays mother and daughter Communion ceremony was followed by man. 23, 12:30: pm., Transfig- Jude Women's Guild, sponsor. House the six-story buildingit

ent. teenagers pres breakfast after the Benediction of the Blessed Some of the booth featuredwill uration parish social hall, St Spaghetti: dinner, January occupied at $27429 West

Siesta Key Fourteen Christmas baskets 8 30 am. Mass on the first Sacrament. be arts and crafts home Petersburg 30, 5 to 7 p.m., Blessed Sacrament 108th Street for 37 yean to

St. Michael were distributed to needy Sunday In February This |Is the first year the baked goods, chuck wagon Dessert card party January parish hall Tallahassee, the Assumptionist Fathers.

St. Michael the Archangel families for Christmas, by the The Guild is sponsoring a blessing of the children on cotton shop, country store, 23 1 to 4 p.m., CDA Women's Guild sponsor. America Press has purchaseda
Guild will hold a rummage pantry charity chairman, spaghetti dinner, Saturday, the Feast of the Holy Family dolls and doll clothes, fishbowl hall 203 6th Avenue South, Auction February 8. 8 30 new headquarters at 108
tale on Thursday and Friday January 30, from 5 to 7 m. has taken St. p.m., McCrory OUsco storeroom
Mrs. AI Monroe, for the Ros- p place. ], grab bag money tree, Petersburg West 56th>> Street and will
January 28 and 29 at the ary.AJtar Society, In the parish hall. Mrs. Jon "Instant: first aid" covering penny pitch, snow cones Dance, January 23, K of C at shopping center on move Its editorial: offices
Nixon Building Central and The Madonna Circle will Koelemij it the chairman and choking shock bleeding and white elephant and book hall, 1501 Hendricks Avenue, South Dixie Freeway, New there in the spring.
1st Streets, Sarasota. Pro a card in theparl.h she has announced tickets burns will be the subject of a booth. St. Petersburg Assumption Smyrna Beach Sacred Heart
ceeds will go toward the pur. sponsor hall party will b.> one dollar per adult program to be presented by Parish Guild, sponsor Altar Society, sponsor.
on 11 This Is andeveryone's
February a parish project
chase of altar linens and Stations and fifty cents for children. Menard Norton of the American Rummage sale, February St. Petersburg
of the beginning at 1:30: p,m. The Tickets be cooperation Is Chicken dinner, January 14, I and 8
Cross for the will sold after the Ited Cross at a meetingof 19 Magnolia Euatls,
public i is invited. Admission needed In order for it to be noon te I social hall efFplphany
Masses p m., .
St. Altar
Chapel. for the next two Sun the St. Mary Magdalen Mary Society, sponsor
Members of the Guild Is one dollar donation per per days. Women's Guild. a success. Anyone having ef Our lard parish, ,
lon Items for any of the booths or East Hanna lid nod Street
turned over to Father John Bazaar February I and I, Edouard C.
F. Lima M. Jacksonville wishing to help In any other Tampa. St. Craig
M. a paid up note Expert tells of qualities Raphael parish grounds,
on the organ, at their meet- Bt Patrick ,1 1 7238078.way should call 7271007 or Card party and, benefit Englewood; thlckra: dinner, Contracted lid Distributerfer '

Ing Monday, January 11. Father James P. Clune show January 27, I p,m., St February 8, noon to 4 p m.
c.ssn. of New Smyrna Beach lacking in books moviesA GainesvilleSt. John church auditorium, St. Dessert card party February Yfteft, Motel. Ceramic

St. PetersburgDANIEL gave a successful mission, Patrick Petersburg Ladies Auilllary, 6,1 to 4 p m., Huntington/ and] Mettle Tflo.

January 10.17, for the members CINCINNATI (NC-) university professor has St. Patrick's Holy Name sponsor. Hotel St. Petersburg, CDA, tlM4mSt.Se. J47-4UI
of St. Patrick ,
parish in chimed here that bad books i and movies aren't Just the Society: held its annual fa- Rummage sale, January 28, sponsor.Spaghetti
Father John J. ther-son breakfast W, Nixon Building, Central!
T. WINTER\ CO.H'lpi.I. Lenihan arranged for the dirty one sot at the University of Notre 7:30: o'clock Mass followingthe last and 1st Streets Sarasota, St. I, 110 I p,.supper.., Trinity, February Acidem RENT A CAt.
Sch.eI l lends children to have mission exercises Dr, Edward A. Fischer, Michael the Guild
Dame who also Is an author Sunday. Among other guests Archangel ;, Bench: Bhd., Jackson- 01
401 Florida Theatre Bldf. as well. communication arts profesfr and film producer said the were members of neighboring Siesta Key, sponsor.Obituary. Mile, St. Rita Circle, sponsor. UAHGLOBE '

St. Petuobur9Phone **< "* ones that are bad artisticallyare parishes in 1 Keystone Heights )'oUI (at FROM
"immoral" because they Lake City and Starke. Attending Bake sale February 7, St
"drain man's humanity." was Nslf Mussleh. of Peter parish hall, DeLand.
t r y'il Dessert bridge 7.30 :
"The good communicator Jacksonville, treasurer of the party tIlSIN6
helps uplift mankind and St Augustine Deanery of the )I,... TwonwyTAMPA p m. February 8, Lake WalesWoman's tee+sseI
ALPINEThe therefore has a share In the .JIMS. Parishioners ef Club Building, Club
all new Nunlnj Here t t1 .c redemption. The bad communicator John C. Delhi Jackson.yule Sacred Heart Church here ef Catholic Women of Holy I-2 117tAa

for the fined lit Nuriing /' treats man as something president of the St. joined family and friends In Spirit pariah, sponsor. (UAIESrtwne
Home Care. I less than he Is," Augustine Deanery of Holy mourning the death of Mrs. Card party February 11, I DON MICNAUO MWlHI
167-6571 Fischer told an all.day work. Name Societies, was guest Timothy J. Twomey, W, who p m. St. James club room, M* unit worn0i

1456 2 lit A-n. South shop recently at Mount Notre speaker Mr Deihl delivereda died on January 12. Widow of Orlando, St. Elisabeth Guild,
Dame for Sisters of Notre commentary oo the Catholic Timothy. Twomey, she aided sponsor.Denert.
dame de Namur, man's responsibilities as In building the parish card party, Deltena
In an interview he said too a Holy Name member. Highlighting church :SO years sgo. Community Center, February
Holy Name Church many people think only of the his comments, Mr Mrs Twomey was a charter II, 1 p m.. St. Ann Guild De-

Sixth I Commandment and Deihl spoke of the forthcoming member of the Catholic Wom- Bary. sponsor
JACKSON'SSHOES sexual morality when they 400th anniversary celebrations. an's Club ef Tampa and the Card party, February U,
consider the problem of communications Mama Margaret Auxiliary to 1,M pm.. It Peter parish

They fall to consider the Mary Help of Christians hall DeLand, Madonna Circle .

DON BARD ELLA the question of how well Englewood School. sponsor
the Ideas are communicated, St lUpha( Surviving are two sons Father rortylfeurl Devotions Feb.
Manager( he added. A baser will be held on Louis Twomey '.J. and Nary 14, 12 15 p ID.. to Feb

441 Centres' Ave, UMISI3t Try this kitchen This approach to the problem .'February and 8 at St. Raphael John J. Twom.,; a daughter, ruary 18, 7:30: pm. Blessed
treatHighlight of bad books and films parish grounds In conjunction Miss Mary Twomey, four Trinity, St. Petersburg.

a morning coffee cake on straw place- "has got us nowhere," he de with the bazaar, a grandchildren and sis great Benefit shim Febnury 1..
neighborhood coffee with mats. clared. chicken barbecue will be heldon grandchildren; and two sisters 8 pro., Kjrjitlae: Room el '
Saturday, February I from Mrs. Irene S. Wilkinson Cherry Plaia Hotel, Orlando ;
good and sweet mandarian! Your guests will i I be "We'd belter start going
. 4 and Miss Madeline lavarese
to ,
thrilled with the Interesting about It the hard wey-that noon p m Messing Star School l ttemea's
coffee cake After the children both
of .
atmosphere and will rave l is. by teaching about art," he Tampa.The Aeilllsry, ssas...
are off to school, invite rosary was prayed on CAU.898.1111
/eU433o about the light fluffy texture added. Still January IS and Mrs. Two- Dinner, February 31 4 30
the ladies in neighborhood
your of this delicious missing
/ coffee This means, he continued, mey's Priest-son celebratedthe to 7 30 pm., DUry Fire 01 Hue Msdgw.ew
over for coffee with an cake. Topped with pinwheels Hall Guild sad I ...... .
Holy Name ttk Delivery
that "at every stage of education ROME I (CSQ) Catholic Requiem Mass en the fol.
Petenbwrf4MS oriental theme You could of mandarin orange front kindergarten touniversity" missionaries, including 11 lowing diy Burial! services Society, Joint; sponsors e /ra pe 1.pendal4aNryNe

tth Street North serve coffee In little oriental segments, coconut and m'Dlmon..ullr it Is necessary to Priests, a Brother and sis took place at Myrtle .Hill Cemetery Dessert card party, February

tea cup with mandarin cake wil ,be mandarin coffee to be "concerned about the Sisters are still missing lathe 14. T p m., Holy Nine
a neighborhood development of the seniibill- Congo It was reportedher A native of Savannah Georgia pertain social ball, Golfport

favorite ties" ef the students. by Fides, mission news Mrs. Twomey had been a (for reservations, tail J444494.Festival. .
J. tee la0.rdPr.aident :Mandarin coffee cake Thus they would be educat. agency, resident of Tampa since 19TO. February 25 and "
t I
..cue... KIMfS iliilitlr Later ed to recognise the poorly Fides also laid there are 2$, Our Lady' Lourdes parking fii:
S ui" pan..*kt mil done work, and its bad effectson Ill mtssloners. Including 40 On architecture I lot Melbourne, Vtomeai I
S:I eu'I i milkI Club :
I l l ,I cup l"uu.r .r In..rln., their humanity They Sisters la areas of the Congo CLKVMAND (NO-A national sponsor.St ... usact......
/ .Mi| .4 .n4. .cm. >1.... would realise, for example, und.rlI.. control of leftist conference ea church! Augustine, Fieri 4 I. .

NlirmliM MimUrlR .0..an'Ia*kMl riniMt fiTOiiutClniomoi that "there are books on the rebels. architecture has been set here Quadricemenjual 8 13. September . .. .. .. ..
......, subject communications ,
ores arr. on The Fides report was Issued February 23 to 25 under
t t. a boon Heat ON en to moderateS.WK which fall to communicate"and two weeks after Congolese sponsorship of the national .

srr ran..sl sn aura ( ; ). Gradually add that books have been army troops rescued a Liturgical Conference, Wash

..ra.u...11.1 en, tue a..s ere. .a.uue...deid.e! aele. eserire".I.t sugar to eggs, beating until written which should have large group of missionaries D. C and the Cleveland
light and fluffy Add pan- been confined to a brief and other whites from Warn- diocese liturgical com /
cake mix and milk; stir until magazine! article, "It Is I Inv ba and nearby towns Wamba mission. 270

just combined. Lightlystir moral to write such I book," was the scene of the murderof Changes la church design.

In butter, Pour batter Fisher said.Anyone Bishop Joseph, Wlttebols, !U line with changes ta UK n
For Catholic; Of hnetUs Goer into greased 9-inch! square who makes reading S C.J., of Wamba and live liturgy and directives ef the ON NEW

pan. unnecessarily! difficult steals missionary Priests la late Second Vatican Council' C astitutlen .
Calvary Cemetery Arrange mandarin erange the reader'i' time, Fischer November. ea the Liturgy, both CAR LOANS
segments In pinwheel I I said.Fischer A report buNt In Leop'ld- remodeling and new construe-
kWeveJ Can shapes en top of batter. said the problem of ville by the Catholic MS time will be considered. AH
Sprinkle with coconut and bad< communications Is "sert- service, DIA. prior t.I.. United States sees are being THE NATIONAL BANK
U. S. It .t !lth St Ne rVne.. l2'-4UI rtnnamon-sugsr. Bake taprattated ous and intensive: ," and of OF ST
rescue those ia Wamba invited to Mad architects, and mUSI ,I&, SIOIDA
Office Open M fK Deify I M P.M. 0It iundeyi even ((3MT.) needs to be. tAken seriously 'listed C* missionaries IB- members ef their! diocesan IM TTIOM nva A ** AVINVI" NOITHU
about 30 "minutes. Serve "because\ !It dehumanizes eluding 103 Sisters, fat rebel- liturgical and building: com _t I.01C.
warm. Makes I servings. man." occupied territory. missions. CIUTU WJJT- ST. rETUSI'UiS:" tLOIS't! IA >.'CCatkottc (


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Three The Florida Catholic, rrhl-iy, Jan. It, 1961
leaders --- ---
program 1 1T 1Y

asking immigration /laws reform Pope Paul speaks on

B)' Rill King country The agency later rr liturgical reformsVATICAN

I \SIIINGTOX (SC) Two of the nation's chief aided Hungarian and Cuban

Catholic spokesmen in immigration affairs hue lined up refugees from tyranny to en. h gaw flTC( ) Pope Paul VI has urged

behind President Lyndon B. Johnson's program for a ter' this country.Opposition Catholics who find it hard to like or even adjust to tho

sweeping overhaul of the to the President new liturgical! changes in the :Maa to be "docile: and

country's Immigration laws lion of the national/ origins 's program was voiced have xaith.

Bruce M. Mohler director. quota system," which he laid by Senator John( L. McClellan Speaking at his regular Pope Paul continued ,

immigration department National Is "Incompatible with our of Arkansas a member of weekly general audience on poiHling out i

basic I American tradition" the senate immigration sub January 13, the Pope madeit
Catholic Welfare! Con ; "The religious and spn it"..il
Terence. said the national ort does "Incalculable' harm" lo committee who said: "Idont clear that he is aware of plane which IK opened to tn

gins quota system long since the US. by Implying men think we ought to let w ..+le Mv the many difficulties some by means of the new ldurlcal i i I'
and from this country get flooded with Catholics are having with the
has become outdated,," Eli some constitution is stupendous|
mination of the system is the are more desirable, Immigrants We've got changes brought about by the by VIrtue of the depth andlIfluln..ne

heart of the President while arbitrarily den vine Im enough of an unemployment ecumenical council's( liturgical : s of I its tcaihlm
pro- problem as U is," constitution which seeksto
gram migrants who have "out. by virtue of the rationality of

Bishop Edward E. standing and sorely needed Senator A Willis Robertson unite the congregation Christian logic by the pin tv
strom Swan- talents and skills." of Mrgima also lined up more closely with the actionsof and richness of its cultural

Catholic, executive director, against the program, saying the Priest offering Mass and artistic elements and i hI'
Services The national origins system The Pontiff stated
he :
opposed a recommenda the
Irtue of Us to
NCWC asserted: "It Is high allots immigration quotas on "One
can that the
tion that could increase immigration say reforms the nature and needs of mod
time that congress approvedsuch the basis of the national origins by abandoning the may affect personally "
legislation which Is in of the 1920 U.S. census national treasured and perhaps even man

the best Christian. and American Critics maintain this ..ystemIlvt' ." He origins added: "quota I have system opposed acceptable habits (of follow. The Pope said that the

traditions. unduly large and often this in the past and will ing the Manl.t One can say Church through the lituigual

Reaction generally, was unused quotas to some northern continue to do so," that the reforms requiresome constitution and SUUCSM e
instruction 'modifies ','.
favorable among members of European countries Representative Michael A effort at the outset t(
the senate and house after while discriminating against which Is not welcome Hut tain aspects of laws !govern'ing :
Feighan of Ohio, we
recognized .
< < .
< .. .. .. ritual, which are today
the President program was people other parts of power in the house in immigration 4 must be docile and have
submitted Europe and the world faith" Inadequate and seeks cour.
on January 13 in a affairs, said he was
special message to congress. The President proposed a In agreement with some reforms : !i! ageously jet thoughtfully to
deepen Its essential
It was agreed in several system "of preferential admissions proposed by the President _-. / significance

quarters that a tough legislative based upon the advantage including abolition of r Prelate reminds munal, to deepen/ << the and com.
requirement supernatural
fight;: lies ahead for to our nation of the the national origins quota
value of ecdctl-
some reforms proposed by skills of the immigrant and system However In merit e
the President, the existence of a close\ family years Feighan has advocated t 1s church builders to a.tkal worship, putting In
1 .
better evidence the function
House Speaker. Joha W". sIc I relationship between the primarily rewriting the entire which within that WOP

Cormack railed" the program immigrant and people who U.S. immigration code case aged's way ship Is exercised by the wordof
are already citizens or laws
"constructive and beneficial per. any other Immigration rHi' God. both that of the Bible

I. the American society' and manent residents" of the United changes are effected. hO11tTYC( ) A rr h. and that of Instructive ,
States Senator Edward M Kennedy '!I bishop John lleenan of Westminster
added that he was "very op- means of the catechism and
lie said four l're.idl.'ntlfROOIe.tlt. of Massachusetts predicted has mad "
llrnlittc" about prospects for a special sermon
its approval. Truman Elsen congress will pass the cc: appeal to architect and
bower and Kennedy) pointed President's program He said builders U remember the

Senator Philip A. Hart of up the defects of the present' the national origins quota _______ problems of the aged disabled Ancient church

Michigan longtime advocateof immigration system, lie proposed system Is based on 'bigotry and handicapped In designing -
more liberal immigration the new program be and mistnut'! and should be St. Raymond rests in BarcelonaSt. and building HOI.SKNV: Italy (I\CI: ) -

regulations, readied s bill adopted gradually over a replaced with "a policy bawd churches, Workmen installing a ventilation
the Raymond, ,whot feast Si from' the Counts of Barcelona.ob rchnd! In !arcs.
embodying Presidents fiveear period and insure on equality and dignity for allpeople philosophy "Too often one sees the unnecessary In the
recommendations and said hewill that it would not impose "undue ." .orvd on January 21, was of H* was so brilliant In his studios (lona On taking hit doctor! steps' which bar a system church of

press for early judiciary hardship on any of our m. Pcnafort family, ducindid tK.t at the *<)' of 20 h* was degr.e,1k. Bishop of Barcelona wheelchair or the absence ofa st. Christine here have discovered .

committee hearings lie declared close allies by suddenly cur mad St. Raymond .n arch handrail where one ,would a 13th century fresco

: "The quota system tailing/ their emigration," To Church around the worldIn d* con. 'In 1222 he toot the make movement so much depleting, the mirade of

should have been changed solidify this insurance the Dominican habit, it was the (sir easier," the Archbishopwrote Holarna, an event which: led

years ago" program proposes the President after the founder, St. Dominic In a forward to the to the establishment of the
with an immigrationboard To Italian died St. Raymond was 47. Feast of Corpus Christi.
Under the program the estimated use Hong Kong Anniversary Catholic Building Review
number of immi established by law St Raymond Panafort The painting shows Pope
grants admitted annually to utilize up to :30 per cent of ROMK: (NCI) The Italian HONG kOVJ:
the United States would be increased quota numbers available In language will be used In Mass from communist China llth centennial of the deathof .. Moon and th.n in 1230 ion according U present estimates fend day In the presence t>.f

from 300,000 to 350 any year to restore cuts throughout Italy beginning received Christmas gifts of St the cam confessor to Pope Gregory will have mere than (Christ two angels and St.
Ansgar. apostle
made by the new system tn noodles, cooking oil and IX. When h* *"tv.ly r- 7.1 million people aver 000. established quotas March 7, the first Sunday of clothes from Catholic Relief northern Europe: will be observed toned to Spain from Rom h* some (four million According to tradition, the

The President's message Lent Services National Catholic: In Sweden on January was frequently employed In ever 70, the Archbishop miracle I occurred in 1:'' 3when
acknowledged<< the "principal Other features of the program Father Annibale Bugnml Welfare Conference, prior to :31 when Julius Cardinal commissions by both the Holy added a floliemlan

reform called fee Is rlimlna- Include C M. secretary of the commission the holiday season The Amer Ikx>|ifnrr of Munich and So. and the Kingdom of Ar. "Old brings frailly Acrident troubled with douhti print about
explained that in lean agency also gave I3WW Yelling, Germany celebrates' gon. The third made qonoral
Preferences for admissionsto of the Dominicans, h* did, at and misfortune can the real pi wvrue of (bust In
close relatives of U S, ciU- June Pope Paul agreed to a to Hong Kong parishesOn Mass in Moikholin Town the age of 100 in 127$. Two mean disability throughout the rut: 'liar lit, saw blind-
the after Christmas list!
JACKSONVILLEJAOCSONYUfJ ions or U.S. residents aliens request of the commissionand day tings honored his funeral with the whole of life It is therefore stains on a hunt he. had' c"i.'

parents I of U S. citizens could authorized it to grant permission << five refugee families moved It will only he the "" 'ODdblt'M' their prtnc, but hit tomb for our architects! and set rated' at Mann
Into new homes provided for Catholic has
( Mats
obtain admission without to use vernacular a 01 ndrd far more i illuitr-! builders to think of these Sx>- Pope I'aul1 I flew In n' 1
JAOCSONYUfJ jfWBIStrvinf awaiting a quota number! : them' by the Catholic Women ever loon offered in the public out by miracUl The pictur rial difficulties and especially by Orvlrto lat year ti tl
in the Collect Secret and league here
prefer' e for immigrantswith hutkttflg The first time shows nn altar and tomb In Bar of the problems of access" part In the 'OmnU'lIlor:,

I I skills that could fill Poitcommunk Indian music was mere than two years ago clona Cathedral Spain Archbishop JUenan said he of the seventh ""nl"IIIII" Jl L.
needs In the I'' S : ettminatediscrimination rather Bugnlnl pointed out when the AlI'H'f'lcan.lJOrn' considers that Itrltinh church the leant dJjr

In the Asia- that the American HwhopsUturgkal ('.\IU('.'S, Unemela (NOA Blstafi Tarter OMI I was Meets artisans and school design has now

prfctt Pacific triangle provision Commission. had Capuchin ml.SjOIt'a.. consecrated as Hilltop of caught up with modern

of existing laws and permit already filed its program for ther llasilw de Barral, has Miss khoimSt \\TICAV CITY (c\n-) trends In continental Europe: JACKSONVILLEExcellent

STEAKS quota numbers unused by a the Introduction of the vernacular published a ftW-page. bm* Anatar It( reverb in Pope I'aul1 met with participant but that the new liturgkal

country to be made available Into the Mass two month here on the music of the Gurauno M's Hal northern European: of the sixth congressof / changes, new educational
to countries where they are previously, in April He said Indians who live In Uw nAlII'" as at* of the first the Christian atwxlatlon 'If theories and methods, and ,\\ U ""\\\\ ,,__

needed this would help explain why delta. of the Orinoco Hiver miuMMiarivs to that region Italian artisans last week and different types| of schools call 1" n.d p1M Af'

Bishop Swanstrom likened the Collect. Secret and Post The brmk irxludei the Indian He' died as Anhbishop of praisrd them for their renewed for an overall reappraisal/ of

the Johnson program to legislation communion have remained In melodies and a treatise on the Hamburg Kremen Germany. resolution to Intensify design.

notttA proposed to Congress; latin In Masses said in the tribe history and religious. in the year 11I11 at the ag of their educational and apostolic The current growing demand

In 14 by the late President United States thara<'teri.tit 64 efforts. for large allaga(

Kf'mM'dy. with some II e wadded schools "with for Catholics, p.or.55ri.wI1MKJ11

BOOK features lie called the Mass Schedule in the Diocese their own chapels, language
& GIFT SHOP national origin quota a Sunday laboratories and closed circuit

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The) life of Our Lord God's world

CommentWhat Holy Innocents martyredin Foraiveness not easy to practice

d don't wish him any bad

despot's cruel search AS we make our examination (Oh, not) but some da\
are you doing here? of conscience, thereis Is going to i gas:
a danger that we may too coming to him"

THE most important questions in love God. Our whole life falls into THERE are Family's legends Journey about over easily one and of our too most qukkly: essential slide Father It Is quite a feat of moral

lives are where did we come proper perspective when we have the Into Egypt, pleasing legendsbut duties-the duty to forgive Leo J. to be able to re

from; why are we here; and where are answers which our Faith gives us. We no more than that, not a The Importance of this obligation Holy Communion while'
we going! Failure to find the would false fact In the lot, not even a These << resentful, eves
answerto no longer put values on Frank J. can be Judged by the
these questions hall brought literally temporary success and failure because They were invented fact that Jesus, in I his thoughts agali.it
by who other soul for
people just "' whom
millions of people to the depths of despair ultimately death makes us all failuresin couldn't wait for the miraclesto Sheedwould preaching, returned to this died.Somehow.

resulting in the fall of nations the eyes of the world. to topic time and again. One

and empires. Without an answer to We cannot look to men to satisfy example among many Is we manage to ri-
Cana and Its wedding feast found in our Lord's Sermonon
these questions man is nothing more our desires for perfect happiness for others our contradictor
were thirty years In the' future the Mount than for "I forgive but
than a chance of nature. we must part from them by way of and that was too long: "1 lay to you, love your vulnerable we are to forget," is one such ri I

Our Faith gives us the answers to death. Even the natural things which ao they have God.made-Infant remain who could possibly enemies," He tells us, "do harder It Is to Yet, how can

these questions.! It is really only Faith bring pleasure Into the lives of men working miracles Wild beasts be pointed at later as the good to those who hate you, who hurt us genuinely forgive iflie

that gives meaning to life. The fact are in a way claimed by the death rush upon the group, then one the Magi meant. and pray for those who per Our greatest ( the wound raw by dwell.

that men were placed upon this earth brought on by rust and corrosion. bow their heads reverently at Herod was a great believerIn secute and calumniate you, distinct from ) upon the injury done to

to glorify God, that we individuallyare Everything in nature seems content to sight of the Child. Date-palms the effectiveness of mur that you may be children of protection against Another favorite is, "I'm
bend double to bring their der he owed almost Father in heaven .
placed here to know God, to love serve the world and then pass on to fruit : everything your Is our own inner to forgive if he show
within His
reach. Compared and the For If that
to it, massacre you love those
God and to serve God, that ultimatelythe oblivion with the exception of security. sign of being sorry, bu
man. with what
was actually he was now planning was love you, what reward shall to him to make
insatiable desire for happiness will The fear of passing into oblivion happening Omnipotence quite a small-scale one- you have! Do not even the If we have a up move" the

be satisfied in eternity these answers tortures the souls of men. The onlyremedy helpless in the arms of a creature probably twenty or thirty tiny publicans do that And If you confidence In our aw' However, that Is not the

alone give meaning and purpose for this torture Is the answer Omnipotence cared for nobodies.On salute your brethren only gence, for example, Jesus looks at it.

to our existance. to life's meanings. We turn to God baby-fashion by a mother his accession to the what are you doing more than are not too greatly "If thou are offering th\
these little wonders are wholly throne, he had murdered fifty than others' Do not even the if someone calls us a "
Just imagine if we could live our with these questions. He answers us at the altar, He says
pointless.For the In Palestine Gentiles do that' convinced of
lives with the concept of Faith that by way of the gift of Faith which tellsus of leading men we are there rememberest thai
members of worth, it is
Including basic
the only success in life is to love God from whence we came, why we are we must remember (hat the Sanhedrin Itself, the religious Jeiui' repealed emphasis cult for another to brother has anything
and the only failure in life is not to here and where we are going the Infant was God, the Sec- governing body of the upon this duly to forth Is dignityWe thee. leave thy gin
end Person of the Blessed not only an indication of Its the altar and go first
Jews lie had murdered his reluctant
Trinity Importance, but also of Its be reconciled to th\
Sacred father-in-law King Hyrcanusand It, but the attacks "
and then
come and
He did not have to wait till his mother-in-law Alexandria difficulty us most are the "

I He was grown up enough to ; he had already murdered For many of us, It Is easier come closest to the thy gift.

be God; no one Is !grown up his first wife Marl- to be chaste, temperate, closest that I., to Our Lord leaves BO doubt
Creator enlightens men graduallyIT enough to be God. The greatest amne. and two of his sons, truthful and honest than it Is fear is the truth. If to who must make the first

of men at the highest and would very soon murdera to be forgiving, Our most ready are \'.
Is not always easy for us mysteriously, for the good, point of his maturity Is no third. stubborn temptations often the Image of \'
who possess the riches of however lowly and miserable closer to the Infinite than a Given that his fear of the are our temptations to resentful we" have in our Our effort at reconciliation

divine truth revealed to us by they might be according to baby in the womb the gulf newborn baby could hardly or vengeful thoughts.The snubs slights and be repulsed, of course

Truth incarnate to realize Father the standards of the world. between Is still measureless. have arisen from any threatto urge to hatred Is one of can really be painful at least we must make

These were' God's poor, the In the human nature of his own kingship, since he the most enduring vestiges of It Is surprising effort It is jf the most
that God's revelation of Himself
John J. object of His special solicitude Christ it God was already seventy and in our animal ancestry. The of us there are who necessity that we be
was always the
was a gradual process.It i the ones whom God incarnate Son who acted and suffered appalling health, 'It must jungle code of tooth.and-claw ourselves to be good to make an act of love

was not in one sudden Ca.telo'these would one day de-- Later He would act and suffer largely have arisen from a is still in our veins and tians, yet still bear any ifs or ands.
blinding flash that lie enlightened dare blessed, the poor, the the threat to the dynasty It was threatens to engulf us whenever against others. We "I forge all who have In
as a grown man; on flight
mankind lie could have, hungry, the tearful, the per into Egypt He acted and suffered his ambition to found. SlayIng we suffer Injury at the pose this dichotomy me and ask pardon of
of course, but lie preferred to secuted. his eldest three sons was hands of another. conversation as we, whom I have injured." To
as a baby true God
take men as they were, slowto things was an Indicationthat real baby. an odd way of establishing For some of us. the effortto grievances to able to say that with" com
learn, reluctant to change, God was pleased with the And so It was that the as- dynasty' But so long a careerof conquer this animal Instinct pathetic ear Usually sincerity Is the prime
and so to lead them step by individual involved. thor of psalm IU called upon It Is profoundly mysteriousbut murder, gluttony and lust is more arduous (land clude our recital of for maintaining com,
to the truth which would the "servants of the Lord," utterly real that It was had left him something less with God.
step After all, one could hardly therefore more meritorious) with some such
make them free blind himself to the fact that lowly though they might be, God who, in the humanity lie than sane
to praise Ills names had made His own, sucked
Take the matter of retribution many good people, by all the milk from Mary's breast, There Is anguish for us, Pope Paul VICuria
for Instance.Having standards of the law, lived Praise, you servants of the wailed" slept In the arms of twenty centuries after, In
wretched lives, from a material Lord praise the name of
Mary or Joseph. Bowing thinking of the slain babies
only very fuzzy notions point of view, and that the Lord beasts and bending date- and their parents. fulfills missionto
of life in the hereafter, many notorious cads were He raises up the lowly from palms are merely scribblesin
they quite understandably as. living without a care in the the dust; from the dunghill the of that. For the babies the agony
undated material prosperity, world. he lifts up the poor margin was soon over; in the next rOI.LmiNG is a tranala- encourage all of )' a fourth session
health, long life, and a numerous .'acedl'ith this Indisputable To seat them with princes, We have seen the physical world they would know Whom ip tion of the address given able brothers and will be without doubt
progeny with divine evidence and convinced unshakably with the princes of his misery of the journey into they had died to save and for by Pope Paul VI on December sons, lo generous final session and which

favor But as time went on, of God' justice, own people ((1,7-8)). Egypt Far worse must have all eternity would have that 24, 1964, to members of the ante, continuous It I I enable the Church to de

harsh experience, more acute they began to realize that material One can hardly help recallIng been the terror of being glory. For the parents, the College of Cardinals and the toward perfection, ", itself on questions I

reservation, and the light of well.being was no sure the verses of Mary's Mag caught by Herod's soldiery.. pain would have lasted long. Roman Curia In response to forts to give concern not onlv' it.
divine' grace forced them to sign of divine favor, that nificat which proclaims the But they were not even pursued er, but at death they too must the speech by Eugene Cardi spiritual value It )our thought and its inner

the conclusion that none of God's concern was, however same In similar terms have found that there was a nal Tlisrrant dean of the College the tasks, s* that this but also the con

------ Herod. In a blind rage when special sense In which God of Cardinals Curia of ours may world in which, l the
at lad It was' clear )10 him thai was in their debt as He had more and more the exists to fulfill its
's FotKtr Michael V. Cannon the Magi were not coming never been Indebted to any. Thank you my Lord Cardinal sable Instrument, the making"I I"I .
Mission .f Nemkre! De Dies back, decided to kill every They and their children were and your noble greetings sentiments dered unit the Vve shall therefore tike
male baby under tn la Beth the only ones who ever agon The your Sacred of cle about the chair of in a very Important and
lehem.As ised In order to save God'slife College ter In III pastoral moment of the
which wt here ( such
greet a the good of the holy ( efforts which mark
CR6i\t chapters in he did not know that an On December, three days numerous and considerable Catholic Church, that \is
part, the noble Anticamera But the words of
angel bad warned Joseph (he after Christmas, we celebratethe say that of harmonizing its
probably did not believe in feast of the slain children and the prelates of Rome one nal dean are not ally to its doctrinal heri
iloaiaa catholic( histoRy angels anyhow), it seemed to as martyrs might sv almost fully pres.set good wishes They ), with the loving care of

him that his plan was foolproof One thing they alone among at this meeting to exchange touched on the human needs
He would have killed martyrs lack, they did not die good wishes have had of this )ear of our
(hapter 71 thoroughly learned The the schools be their reality and of meet
they shall
every new-horn baby In the to bear witness to God's truth an eminent voice to expressthese And this was done \ them with Its native
rules of Father llas- teachers shall endeavor to obtain placed near the door In seats danger tone: by extending the One thing they alone among good wishes, which because emus recognition of of assistance own and
TIIH' school continue: the most instructive apart; but In matters of Instruction slaughter: to all children born martyrs have, they died to of their source and their the aspects of the It is Indeed the
spiritual and temporal within" the previous (two God from who significance, are very dear to events mentioned..
"The schools shall be divided books to be read by their! pu years save men we might say ..i
the teachers shall do to us and which with .
according to capacity pils. he would ensure that no child would slay Him. their testimony For this support .
them the same justice as to of faith and devotion fromh. effort
and advancement of the must give thanks and
pupils firm and loyal!
all the ,
"They shall not permit aay rest sustain the human weakness .
by numbers and separate other language than Spanish Question box of our most limited happy ourself If our divine and human truth of
seats !nto distinct classes, With (the return of Florida strength. some extent bad the Church is .the cu
and to the first or most capable to be spokes la the school. l. Spain' the Franciscan friars These good withes, togetherwith for the glory of God and teacher, the ne"

tf each class shall be "The pupils shall ask with Clr (he province of Santa Klena : It was heaven's way certainly prayer draw from which they and the good of the happy Impulse for offer

given( some title, reservingfor most profound humility that In Cuba sought reyal permlsilni meaning the world. wise and providential
efficacy greatly comfort the
the first of the highest the blessings of their parents to re-occupy their of showing greed irate anostollc ministry tit We must In a I to problems of mod
class the title of Emperor of accompany them on their way convent at SI. Augustine and up which thank the Lord for the life This Is a hope which

the whole school, and these to and from school, and whenever to restore their system tf I.- Q. The Mb chapter .f The assumes more than the text Thank we are you totally for committed such of the third session of virtue of divine goodnes
titles shall prevail until others they meet any of their dfan missions umenical council: "
not be disap
\cti of the Apostles has always says. There Is no indication great courtesy and for such certainly
more striking can be found elders In the street they AninUi /be regarded without! .
puzzled me. that Ananias and
Governor Zespedrs argued Sapphira spiritual participation in our
The teacher shall never should salute them with a positive and
proper happy If then this
against their petition, saying and his wife Saphira were apparently had made a vow dedicatingtheir humble and pontifical toil our glance
allow his pupils to pass on to courtesy If Negroesor Its results are known
any that the convent had been struck dead either land, or Its sale price We are pleated to note In n t of summarising
new matter until the old and have
is mulattoes should attend completely remodeled to by (the Apostle, Peter's plea to the Lord The Impression this Joint greeting renderedas just been take In other aspect
In the
serve a barracks and that (to (od for this action or is given that they wanted to a single feeling and a single dean word of the the life of the Church the
the situation of the Indians at by direct action of dod; Him become members of the communistic vote from the lips and and art without would I be

M. J. Murray the moment was too unstableto self. Nnw their sin does not group which existed heart of the Cardinal dean within great Importance very long and not al.1.a11

give any hope that they seem lo merit sack drastic In the early Church in Jerusalem the unanimous expression of of fruitful themselves and the consoling. Can we be.
could be made to settle downin action They simply held receive all its communal the Sacred College, togetherwith regarding our appre
Strange but true Franciscan doctrinal! bark part of the proceed of benefits, and still retain the Roman prelates, the plications of the for the over a certain midi
Two Franciscans eventually some land. Fraud. to be some of their own private heads and other officials of for ity the Church as with which some who

Cop>'right, 1965, NCWC 1'fSen k.Sf did come to St. Augustine In sure! Hut at lead they were property on the tide Aswe the congregations, offices, vtcanate sion In the fulfillment world of yet good Catholics leanCeatlsued

1789, when, llassctt requested willing !I. give a part of (hemonies. know well today, communism *. commissions, administrations We are not ( ee page five)

help for Father Camps, whose and capitalism ( private which all together note that the
state of health had become ,\lso, this chapter, In '011- property) are incompatible form that Heman Curia which great
.I f alarming. Neither of the junction with verses 34-37 of the Pope uses for the carryIng suits assembly reached
friars "knew the Mmorcan language Acts f, would seem U be a Actually the eemnwaistkarrangement out of his million in guiding difficult long, \'
discussions iuflorida I I
0 however, and their strong rerommendatloi for among the and serving the Catholic an indication of the

presence in the town provedto communism. early Christians at Jerusalem Church of opinion and of
be Ineffectual terms to have "teen voluntary tie also take advantage of
They acre A. The Lord did impose immediate was given the tl t 110 [ [
'I'e..a lecalleo a year later. and extreme punishment and poor Ananias and this happy occasion to express the very start and .
rN net Ivbltp, VC.IMAsr PhIQ f our Missionary thoughts also on this early Christian Sapphira were not struck to UM moot worthy persons sign of the lively ,,it

It. N/a.trrA..OAK WlOA, occupied the minds of the governor couple: and the nature of dead for bt'iftC anticommunists here present and to the various took in the various ..wc_ ..,., r,+a.e
.wr'a.rvAar.AY.c, and of the secular their sin is not fully evident but rather for deceit bodies and greups submitted. for their .... a/rweue' P..... e. '
r 6yr orASr LruransrMMAyr, Mil i. s N U1N[ Priest during these years, M. Augustine.. believed that and attempted deception for which they represent our Is no wonder ... un ...M i.in*
&r'o4awarur7I4? 4I but notII jth respect to In this I dramatic punishment lack of trust In the Holy warmest greetings, to which road of disomlon! it *... r.u..W .< ..
.rrwA.ran. dians. wa imposed[ to preserve discipline Spirit ho was present hi the we are pleased to add our times longer than o rt .... IWM. .....

Hundreds .f Auglo:! -.tmerl- in the early Church, Apostles and the early thanks for the work which" and marked J by a '.h rrt,U* I* r s A, .-<
;I lr + a taa freatlersmea lived In the but that Cod whose mercy Is Church, and for a measure of each accomplishes ftr this Judgments. .w.w1.. sae., se .. s.."a ..-
great forgave their sin indeath Injustice they wanted all the Holv See and for the spirit in
northers reaches of Kail: FUr- .
..... f....... _
benefits of the which it Is certainly done. tliit WMU art be iii
and communistic
saved their souls .
Ida. aid according t. all reports ; .e r...... .... a..rw'
well He Imposed on them the life while still remaining that is with. dedication and aiiribule u the sa .w !.r' I.s Canis
thy were disposed diligence. which beyond dtvlsl.u/ I" .. ..... ., ...
toward Ike Catholic hurck. pain of death that II. might capitalists to go on public relief foes ,, .. .-.brow... ,.I ow'.r .
save them from eternal pun while hiding their private the immediate professional defies. wW a ,,,,, a..ts psa a.w.a..-
MO nw'aW/11 ADvwn Instead of obliging them tobecome ishment. funds. duty' and which looks toward initial desire f.r s ", -.. .... .A .. JII.....
sac rosMAUf couwus ltA11.A aa9M.Ws Catholics, as Spanishlaw Some rommntatonen the cause of the kingdom of salty aid fraternal II""'

AM MMts p enl may ,, at first required of all from early centuries.. have God toward the prosperity of tics huplred tW
Our IADr M1 yRAy wa /t Apnlp.oq fiAl us'MOnita English: residents Charles 111 held that the crime of Ananias These aas.ers are frets the holy Church and toward c .clllar tolaralba E Eh

a OUa cos. et.N.V.ecowe ame had ruled that special par. and Sapphira (there are "The QueilMa 84," radiirlrd the story of that Christ whomwe wW aa almo, *.| ,_ Is-.y R. ....

PWDosurrcan3KY i was Ief M'S 05? v.ayo pt CAopc lubes 1 > should be erected for two spellings of her name b) M
WHO INID IN p74,4 JuSVAeo/ sMt1RrGARDrO them, and thai Irish Prle ti u. dl I a, that of sauflege ('.n.a". aaiiaaally kMwa' faithful lose cruised |.. eeo.l. ; ..... '- MM.e .

Ii'tJIIIAN AI HONAme"J'Io'lilliit 4. a Aas, In.vlliwe a0.'a 7e4 rso.MuOR who spuke their language They had dedicated thvir lvwUI.. 1)11eeI I your ,Allow as at Ill, moat srhet. ..i a:: ......
should be sent to them not lo property to God! by and qiirkli tlgard.( pkatel.U 'I. .
vow .
HI beta cs' o use ndWD1R1 as .flaws WAllio spirit are re* 's 06.751 rewodr av asneJ- cue"wss t..DnrrrAWrAtMfV exert undue pressure, but lo then had t taken part of it The FUrMa Catholic. )istrisada. wmrthltt whirl katie sod as tt was Jwt patted ___ ..w..5 ,_
e11..aAabt..rn's win them .
over by gentle aevy from God the m.ndjw till... W life or- eowncfl twId SNA

preaching. However this explanation dourly 'rt'\tll-al1. as lo iU pro: &m. Um ,, Juiurj K, 19fUCatholic


Ilvt The Florida Catholic Friday, Jan 22, 1116.)

4 Burundi'sminister
Pope Paul VICuria e

,4 ,

fulfills valued mission t + W'e4, slain by Reds

(r..t1..N Inm Mt..I) with this serene pre-Christ- bless God and we congratulate ni'Ji'MnrKA (NC) -
an ideological and mas period. It Is sufficient for man. But something Is Prime Minister Pierre
practical relativism
believes that it which us to note the painful and still tragically missing: concord V Ngendandumwe, who was

real questions can of Christian solve the worrying aspects of the world stability and happiness.The l appointed( to his poet earlyIn
scene are present in our mind
life by acquiescence to the and certainly in yours in heart of man hides- y t January in a move believed .

easy way of conforming with which there it lodged pity for and he himself often confesses a .,jES# aimed at chc<'kin'

current secular opinIons all human suffering ( It-doubt, unrailneis, Chinese communist influence

How could and then hatred and absurdity in this East:: Afiu 'n
we forget the
If It Is typical of love to be
desperation and death and
ever difficult conditions In nation, was shot and killed
watchful and to tremble, we
the ,'old.Ia .
which the Cbnrch finds Itself shall nol be Insensible to the ? t January 16.

la countries which are dear many misfortunes and dan. It not enough to behold (The Burundi embassy 11

le us and jet hostile to us, gets which weigh on modern all the good and evil In the Washington, DC aid tho

where so many basic libertiesare society world to feel perhaps a new prime minister was a Caih-.

doled out er denied U and potent impetus toward ": 'I"r .. olio 1
Catholic life and where education We allude to the disturbances Christ the Saviour? Toward !lot. N'gendamlumwe had ]Jut

particularly that of which afflict not a few Christmas? Wt think so. ". loft a hospital outside the 1.1.m.Hi .
youth, Is permeated by the countries which I upheavalsand ,, ;' \ city where he had visitedhis

negation of God and of Christ guerrilla warfare, with All this therefore does .. o_ wife who had !given birthto
and by opposition to and discrediting discords and differences nothing more than Increase : BC' their fifth child

of the Cat II a l lie I which menace peace and and expand our good wishes; ...:t ......;... 11
Church? And should we not undermine the tranquil coexistence for you, for the Church for Reports laid he oat shot

recall the trials suffered both Internal and all human society; good severs! Inset by in unknown

our men and women missionaries by. external, of peoples. \Ve allude wishes which are sustainedby Military honors for Bishop who served United StatesSnow assassin and died Instantly,

In to certain crises of the hops in Christ, which
than pub
this year more? one country lic morality and to the emer- are accompanied by prayersto covered Arlington National grave. Bishop( Arnold, who spent military delegate when he died. He Ngendandumwe minister had been.PI1OInlf'd Just

genet and spreading of delinquency Him the Redeemer, and Cemetery graves earlier this monthas more than half a century servingas was the wartime chief of Army eight days prime More by King

Their 1 grave situaUon, of which no one which are strengthened and the military carried the body of a chaplain for members of the chaplains and I is the first Catholic Maambutsa IV. lie served in

which at times ended in exile, who loves honesty and the expressed by our blessing.By Bishop William R. Arnold to his United States armed forces, was chaplain to be burled In Arlington the lame rapacity ones be-
in the torture of innocent and ,
dignity of public morals can -- -- ---- -- --' ---
fort, in 13.Ilurundl. .
defenseless persons, in the not but be pensive. We alludeto Missioner wounded, esSays Pontiff's talkcommemorates a former Belgian
shedding of blood deserves
the hunger which still trust territory on the eastern
the outcry and reproof of exists in the world. border of the Congo, has a

persons with good and civilized We do not desire, though, population that Is two-thirds

hearts and demands In this fleeting glance at the Congo rebels hate Christianity 1915 oarthquako Catholic. It has also been a
from us praise for those who
world to close our eyes to the stronghold of communist! Influence
give to Christ the witness of marvelous spectacle of the \TlC.'S CITY
supreme lojalty great, new and magnificent Patrick Riley water from the river, but ate Pope! I"aul1 has recalledthe

You. venerable brothersand things which the modern panorama KOMK: (NO)-Why do the Congolese rebels kill mis- nothing the first day earthquake that de..Iro'rd Western diplomats, noting

sons, you know of these presents to us. An immense aionaries! A miaaionaxy who survived a rebel executionand 'The second day I ate two the. city of Avetzano, thai the communlM Chlnrit.

continuing sufferings of the and overwhelming months of rebel captivity gives two reasons Brother cassava roots. The third day Italy, and surrounding villages maintained their second Iflrunt
I went a little farther and African embansy In Hurtinitl
Church Itself And therefore Is SO and urged
years ago
process changing the face
"The main Is that white makes
reason any man a Carla fllosca found a hut Nobody was In believed the commitnl -
you desire to comfort with of the earth as if man today survivors and their descendants
jour prayers these sufferingsof were accomplishing fully the &:good hostage. 'f1e.re 1t threaten to kill hostages, and it, I made a fire and cooked to learn from the "mys .l. there were support Ing

the distant faithful and the very first biblical precept then carry out their threat. some food I found there. The! terious pedagogy of sorrow" the rebellion In the neighboring

sorrow of our own heart You Fill the earth and subdue "But the rebels abw hat e Christianity.. They hate us next day the owner came and The Pope's words were car Congo.

will also understand our at. it" (Genesis 1, :n. for bringing it to the ran away screaming as soon tied by radio to the Aveziano Ngcndandumwe rfpl't'dl'rl'ml..r
was going well for them But as he saw me. In a little .
titude, both firm and convinced Behold new and prodigious Congo. In tll.'er beginning they church where Mans commemorating Album Nlyamwi; ,
) while some men came
of the of the disaster had
a Instruments are being Invented Brother Carlo !Mosca, a killed all Congolese Intellectuals do One of the rebels stood and turned me back to the who was described by the
religion such as ours which been celebrated by Carlo
Instruments of every member of the Congregationof to pave the way they behind me with a gun. He rebels Helglan foreign office in Brussels
draws from the authority Cardinal Confalonlerl
very sort; human labor Is developed said, for the Congolese pea said, 'Turn around and look as being proChlneieNgendandumwt.
Sons of the Sacred I Heart
on which it bases itself the of the conslstorlal con
and Idealized as ple's republic. me in the eyes,' I did. Then "The rebels held me In 33, was a
imperative motive for respecting never before Wealth and material or Verona Fathers, spoke "When the Belgian he told nit to turn around ewe They said I was Invulnerable gregation.The gradual of dovanlum Inlerslty -
civil order and of goods are multiplied shortly after his return to again tike them. commemoration, Tope \ a Catholic.run Institution
dropped on Stanley
promoting all social goods, without measure Culture Is Italy from the Congo. lie borein Paul said in 1.eopoldvllle, The Con
"although It brings
and how alert and ready the villa the rebels turned on us 'He fired. I fell To my "The major put me In care
Church is for genuine spread everywhere. Illness his shoulder the fresh Rungu Is on the road from surprise I realized 1 had notbeen of the Sisters, who were livIng with It waves of sadness, alas l go.

dialogue and any honest and hunger U combated scars of a rebel bullet fired the Sudan, where their arms killed" In a house off the main brings Ihe solemn affirmation A message was received
any arrangement Transportation Is developedwith from Pops Paul VI through
f the
hUh motlvei of
were conning from. Since road. .
btank However of the
which guaranteesthe at point- range, presumably one rebel
decrying rapidity SpaceIs Brother Moses Interruptedhis filth Amlrto Cardinal Clcognant
their arms had been stopped hop and love which ,
for head tried to
meant his guards poison me.
Church a simple and dignified explored Trade and peoples or throat. they thought we had Informed story U open his soutane He &1m.. coffee and left will sutliln. )OM In the sever- Papal Secretary of State, expressing ,
fulfilment of its ml.
at the threat and show where
draw closer. New nations ant trials condolences to the
their enemies about
arise. Liberty and Justice Why do the rebels hate the ballet hid eiltled, just the room. I took a few sipsof Prim Minister's family
'Ion.But the observing of certain are proclaimed and Christianity the route. They took everyelectric above the left collarbone. It It, but It was too bitter to "U can tiring a call to continue .

( I unfortunate aspects, apparatus that drink Then I heard the on the path of fidelity to Mass
peace Is desired as a supreme "They are communists. looked like radio device Including had entered farther led along Requiem
which are not lacking within Ideal When they first cam to our a the rear *f the shoulder, guard saying they would kill Christ and the Church, which

framework of present ecclesiastical This is stupendous We million at Rungo In Auguit the phonograph and ma with two shots this has always been characteristic M-IW: PORK (NO) It
even our cameras. We had to He continued Um .whl'n I felt 1
situations, would compel they called themselves Lumumblxts : asleep of your people qulem Mass for Mother MJoaephlne. ,
us to make observationsand or freedom fightersor sign a paper saying they had "I 1 fcU to the right I got a terrible headache and "It can bring above alt a mother grnoril f

analyses not in keeping In Burundil'JOI anything but communists stolen nothing 'couldn't see much, but t had to exercise I all my fitting tribute, fervent and the New York Sisters of fi i:
"We were put Into "Jail on ward everything, .r7U ne. strength to keep awakt. Theydidn't sensitive, of recognition In
They left us free to work and It/ from 1WI to IH8! ) was o:
tR.\, Baruadl.NO I, pray, and even offered us November 4 at I in the evenme do anything to me the lord who humbles and fired on January 17 at

( ) Catholics in this help. Companionskilled "It' was on December 1 that consoles, who sends trial and the community's mother)" .

sf* lf Tame**1 $.., kingdom In central I Africa We were Is jail three dais they had killed the Priests. Istayed comfort with the omlnlpo-" her Mother Mary Jo"'p'' '

a. .. Crtie, .l*.4.t I. ....... have tripled In number sine Hut Is Nivember, tykes with! same Belglas retire with the Sisters until trnce of His grace In the K died January I at the ( .,
I IM9 Ue war _,.. gong 11111th..m. December 27. While I was
Ambulant Srv!.. plasters and |ws "..mlnkl.f'rif'.I. mysterious pedagogy of sorrow vent of Mary the Quern in
In W9 Catholics Burundi they only declared "After me the three Dominicans there some helicopters\ the ," h. concluded Yonkeri.
VA 4-147) Dominican
a former Belgian protectorate they were csmmunlits." snf s sat down one by one at central I government flew
ST. AUGUSTINE Brttker- all Rtl.lant-frem
that became independent my right and one by one overhead, but they didn't seethe I
The the mask the minor .
moment seminary aearby."Then
In 12 under King' Mwsmbut- were killed. Then Father Sisters signaling to them, BASHAW'SGULFPORT
dropped and the fare of communism
sa Inumbtrtd about 600.- the took all of us Piazza sat at my left, and Rome jeeps filled with merrenarles .

(WW. According to 19513 estimates revealed itself the. to the minion. The r.bel.It.\ died also fame to the MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME

they total 1661. missionaries found themselves stalled themselves there also minion to ask about us, but Leonard .
now under lock and key, "Tht last to die was Father M. l tltw Iktniod funeral dirtttof!

WW. This means that nearly and under the constant threat Hut when the paratroopers Kvirlito Migottl. went away.Prisoners, Member Holy Him Tirith 24 hour' .", but."" sees car

two of every three Burundi of death For all three Prie.ta dropped on Paulls the rebels Here-somewhat startlingty moved"The 101 I 22 Avenue South 347.1211

citizens are Catholics. The of Brother Motca's mitston, panicked and Ted, all of I Brother Mosca began
total population of this couatrr. them. We alto went Into the to smile
this threat became a realty,
MEMORInLeeee.el about the size' of Bel- bush, sailing for the Congolese night of December 27 PHONE 177-7114
the final realriy. "lit war always such asimple to & the Sisters and I were
If'" ffJNtlt1 toll ltl. glum is 2.1..0.000. government troops to
good man. When ha .
taken by truck to Mumbert,
There are alto 114 Rno pro- arrive. But they never came.
A. Ovye..rr-i M. 11 edam, MOM! Muslims and Congolese got down from the truck he about ITS miles away, where A. P. BOZA RIYtKSlOE CHAPEL

Mf 2nd A**. S.. PX 14! 4SOJ Ml 500 animlsts,. The first duped Use treachery"The asked,In'Where the native.shall language.put mysell" the Itungu rebels usually )IOt N. ARMENIA. AVt
permanent Catholic minion went to get their supplies of TAMPA 7, FLORIDA
ST. PETERSBURG in Burundi was founded by rebels returned to the He sat down at my right, nest arms from tM Sudan Wt
Hut according to RrotkerMotci to the bodies of the 'DwnuM-/
found about 70 missionariesthere
the Whltt fathers In 1398. rrdi.1 k fl and tell the villagers
the real virtues of i ant and Father Antonio Zucrail. Priest and nun., who
that if they didn't round
this communist reheWM ire the Priests ill the childrenof up had been brought<< there two JOHN S. RHODES JR.

Carl T. Bouchard, Funeral Home the Congolese, who have been the tillage would be killed. "Then the major left Th.r.llf'l. days before from Wamha. ,
seduced by ItThey began picking up the There were also some Bel- FUNERAL DIRECTOR
'O DLART.1eJe bHtevt the meet uvcredible "We made our confessions bodies. one by one, to throw pall. women and children
!S7 CUARWATlR-URtO thifI,.. They ire and went bark to lluntjy The them brio the river from the from Wamba L 1 1721 GvH.T.l.y CLEARWATER Phone 44H05J
114-21 It74HOUIt rebrls were ..>(>*( for uiThey .
told that enemy bullets will ... I was nut to tail, before "Ths nest morning about
AMIUtANCE SERVICE led M to the dam abouta Father Piazza I felt
splash off their body like sure seven o'clock, ins rebel
rain and they believe tt. Fart msl. from the miMiwi and I was going to die, but there general, tango, was drinking BRETT FUNERAL HOME
there they separated us from
h t m the enemy I.bt was no fear his toffee,
the who had also fled
Amertcaiu'-they" never call WOIOI AMIULANCE SERVICE
the white merrcAarwt asy- !Me the beseA and put us hi1 "My esty thought at they 'He renurked (that si KWHai .
n4e hut We had been threw me ever She side war fce ,
thing/ el 1.e. n.are always> a MDM had finished kit .11"/
under the MfceM of drugs both f vr days. that I mlfbl. bit she bridle, ke would kill' at all.\ Wt beard DUI
hilt I tftda'l. I fen .. ...... UUE1
usually trs-m a local weed Some days later a rebelmaor my Iklt but there was as auk
FUNERAL DIRECTORS arrived. He The eeriest brought mt Magauut
was only
called bangl I Even; Uw children
"At 7 30 the mercenaries
Ikt bridge I fell bo|
I4M2U TAMPA 2IMIH DM this drug. ImagSM a or M, but his face was arrived There hellish ee ...,..a a,.... a., Iwr.....
contacted wrth He torn'-the river was II mere was a w nw.. e. e..r y.....
10- -tld U s In a ....... anger e. aetwo..N
rear > battle. After half !hour all
his revolver Into t... four 'fret deep. A ,fewmemeale an ..4 ee.udlVlyiwY""f
state o( stupefaction a a d began firing the rebels fled"
later father Plaz-
rifles J DM alt as soon as be. entered
automate I
INC. carrying< Uw but ..'. body, .1111 .Is hi t..l..", Four days later Brother
KYLE-McLELLAN Imagine" thM boys I have
aM Use water !sear me with a Mo ca arrived In HM, still -
FUNERAL DIRECTORS seen the.m-M baOJs aiaktstprofeiMHtal ') Mr Jail sie-mest' kit !led clap. wondering why ht had been :

ttMttrt They art eme,' R. taut, and seal IItet spared II was a pteMton he
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11. ened as be IJ.C.fct these ws ... "A track was waitwg forM cloudy and a storm was brew. It was tot as I JONESJOHNSONFUNERAL

but before we got onto Itt tag. I felt DO (MM. and after could tell l what had "happened
II If the ,few
was IN
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lid id his. eyes e.ldren Ie.k sor p.o.porlsad "I waded .. short and Us14 311 MAIN ST. GAINESVILLE
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i= The lloritla{ Catholic l>!Mj', Jan. 22, 14t1I ..

I -Of many things (]

Some thoughts on providence ,J

;: w a phrase which occurs in the first Gospel and Moreover, this knowledge

THERE m quite puzzling and in need of some explanation includes personal love by Godof
I this and Ifl
man knowledge
The phrase is the conclusion to the several statements love enables God to lead man t j ji'

Christ makes concerning the doctrine of (providence to that end which, as St Paul

or Gods rule in this between him and God a new bays, is far beyond what we

world. bond, a living relationship ask or l'OlIeeive."IEph.3.20)(

H\ reads "Therefore do not which causes things and Thus the food and clothing

be anxious. saying 'What shallwe events to be different than before in the Sermon on the Mount !

eat"' or 'What shall we may be Interpreted as not natural !

drink" or, 'What ate we to :Moreover, this change Is a things only, but what '

put on" t ifor after all these result of a decision in favorof ever a man stands in need of 1

il ings the Gentiles seek I ; for the good. Man becomes lov to become all that his l Heavenly

our Father knows that you ing and unselfish, fear ]leaves Father desires him ultimately

need all these things. Hut him since no longer is he to be.

xeik first the kingdom of God living in an alien unfriendly What these things are, only

and His justice. and all those world but in his Father's God knows It would be both

things shall be given you besides kingdom wrong and a misinterpretation

," 'Mt 62533): ) Finally, this process of of the Gospel to say, God must

The passage is familiar as change may go on without give me this or that God

are the preceding statements attracting any notice Noth must protect me from this or )

ot. Christ in this section of ing unusual may appear to be that if this or that should

Matthew the sentiments expressed happening The rxrsons' life happen, there could be no <<

are beautiful devout proceeds as docs the tile of God. d

and emit a spirit of deep any other-made of the same Providence need not bestow

serenity. stuff, the same experiencesof prosperity> | and success, it can

However when we read sorrow and joy, of vexation equally well bring misfortuneor

that we are to seek as our and happiness. privation Not earthly pros- 4-

models the flowers of the parity and earthly happiness .
field or the birds of the air- :Nevertheless, lunge has are properly the concerns of

dors it not sound like a fairy occurred: there Is a new purpose providence but rather, the :-1 -
a new certainty! a new
tale, even if a pious and moving creation of God's kingdomand L
one? springtime promise in life the "new man" within -_ :

What significance tan these Now something else It us that kingdom Literature Catholic
for the again draw attention to the develop
have Health
tender sayings possessions, success
man of the sophist It atcd sixties condition laid down in the run be helps towards that end,
("iosxl. Here there is no room Christ the King School boys In school libraries. Sisters of St. Joseph their
| be hindrances
whose but
concerns are very they can
but the Arlington are the thousand teach at this Jacksonville techniques
whose for discussion, let "mis- among
real and practical and the, and what man calls
needs demand more than poetic nun who raises the objections fortune" can help as well as of diocesan grade school children school and are part of the team of Paul lImf'r

reverie as' a response* search his own conscience be. harm. who extend the knowledge of lessons Priests, other Religious and lay Arthur

fore God as whether he is learned in the classroom by teachers who seek to give both Orleman.
But such a reaction is the aetuallv fulfilling that condition Inched which of us can say
Catholic literature available in and spiritual literacy to
result of superficial reasoning whether he has made with certainty that a moment ,
-- -- -
rather than realistic under- even a beginning towards fulfilling ol sadness, a period) of grief
Cardinal I'" """ \\"'UU,,,,,,,,,,
standing, It implies that we it. or even a life of human failure Chooses 'best1WASHINGTON Mooney

have overlooked the crucial But remember that this condition is not the one means given to

words of the entire passage- is not like one m the us from a knowing and loving : (M') The High SchoolS YouthTampa

words which serve as a mys. natural order eg if a ball is Father for our salvation. movie lieckef and the 1

terious key to the understanding hit at a given angle it will roll One thing, however, we can Broadway musical! tiddler .VII \SOT\-Bob Copeland

of the deep doctrine of in a certain direction In this be very certain about: Whenwe on the Hoof' have been chosen has reported these events (! )
divine providence: Seek first case the condition and its effect do 'seek first the kingdomof as the best religious: film from his school in Sarasota: "un"uu\\ "

the kingdom of God and His is exactly ditermmed God and His justice," when and religious drama of I'M! A new club which has madeits Catholic "

Justice." when one happens| the other we are primarily concernedwith by the National Catholic The- appearance at Cardinal

As soon as our attention Is follows faith and love, we are atre Conference Mooney Is the Handmaids of

focused on that admonition, But in the matter of providence being led towards a great, The confcrent office also Mary The purpose of the organization High School

we see that it contains a condition it is quite different, for good end. announced that the musical is the promotion of TAyll'.t--Although the students -
on which providence here one Is dealing with the spiritual welfare! by encouraging -
Paul says "for those who Hello! Dolly! bad been cho at Tampa Catholic High:
hinges Providence, it tells us, Living dod Thus the condition the adoption of religious
love God, all things work together sen for a special citation for School had returned from the
operates not simply as a law Is Included in God's vocations.
unto good" (Horn exemplifying excitement and Christmas vacation, their celebration
of nature, the same for everyone knowledge of the man-something 8:28)). and that is great and entertainment in the theatre." At the first meeting of the of the sacred season

the,law in every of gravity situation which like affects altogether beyond our genuine revelation] for certainly The awards are to be presented (club :Mary Beth llornlk, a was not yet completed, says

all bodies comprehension the world does not look al a banquet! here August junior, was elected prenidrnt. Joan Jv.iewmi.kl, school reporter -

find: Is He who knows man like a place where, for those 26 I

Providence Itself dependson as he really Is; not mnn In who love God, all things work Students at Cardinal Mooney January 6th, the feast of the :
face hectic schedule this
the condition that the person general but each individual together unto good. " """''''''''''''\\" a Epiphany, was observed! by
week' with mid term to
seek first the kingdom according to the particular The man who lives trusting their attending Mats in the
of God and Ills justice." qualities of his nature and the In providence also lives wIthIn Subscribe now be taken Monday, Tuesday morning and by participating
and Wednesday The atmosphere
When' he uniqueness of his acts.llorslly God's mystery.Shakespeare '\\n n\\""" '" ".",,'" in a religious service in the
fulfills that condition Is one of intense study
afternoon, This included a
something happens to ing students I
as use up every talk by lather T. Earner: anda
him and within him Man seeswhat spare minute to study for the
repertory of prayers and :
is eternal and essential, important tests,
songs by the students
and makes this the object of The Cardinal," CardinalMooney's Afterward each' homeroom

his chief concern. In so doinghe school newspaper,
Its :
sponsored own Fpiphany
finds himself has \ :
in accord been sent to Ahe printersand
paily with refreshments and
with God, for the realizationof r as : the next edition Is expetted )
y entertainment The !
His kingdom: is the thiefobject to be distributed the purpose
of this celebration was to commemorate
of Gods rule in this last week of January.
the Feast of the
world. School spirit among the
Three Kings, and more im
Seen in Its proper sense, students at Mooney has been
observe the
portant, to day
providence docs not exist of
kept at a high level by the that Christ revealed Himself
itself. It becomes actual only sale of attractive Cougar <<
to the Gentiles All in all .it
when man is in accord with sweatshirts and Cardinal I
4 91 was both a spiritual and a social
God. Ordinary routine human Mooney license plates.
event that
was enjoyed
existence then
undergoes a
profound alteration Auxiliary named by the entire school!
Sixteen, sophomores will receive
Christ that the real
says \\TICVN PITY (N n- certificates of educational .
change upon which all else depends !Pope Paul \1 1 has named Mon- development at an honors .
consists in
a man s
signer: Adolphe K Proulx convocation in recognition
of the
acceptance" "good chancellor of the diocese of of their scholastic excellent
news his affirmation ofGod'
Sault Ste. Marie. Ontario 'e. These students, constituting
will, his coming to regard -
what God play rehearsed TampaAs since 1958, as auxiliary Bioh- 19 per cent of their
as important ,
of of that Canadian SeeThe class. were among the more
regards as important| namely
his seeking first and foremost plans progress!: for Tampa Catholic Grecian costumes are, from left at top: Bishop-elect was born than 500Olio who participated
In Hammer Ontario, on December In the national! educational
the kingdom of God High School first major prmluo Eva: Gallagher, Margaret Frmbrrg, 12, 1937 He studiedat development test in .

When a man reaches this ton! "A Muuuimmer Nights Dream, Kathy M guirr, Dorern Aghano, the College of Sudbury, the early :November, program and who

cider and point, there arises students on the costume committee are Rriiiget Hi pen, and Rosalie Fonsecca: Toronto Seminary and the are acclaimed now for rankIng .

pictured preparing the wardrobe Ronnie foreground ; Kathy Keinberg, Nancy \ngelicum College in Rome in the upper ten per cent CATHOLIC RELIGION COURSEAT

Jesuits to vote UiiHworth (loft) as Bottom tries Serrano, Carrie Fernando, and Kathy where he meived a degree of the nation's group who took

KOMi: : (M-The) electionof on his hoaddmw The girl fitting! ChiKis, m canon law He was or.darned the test HOME
on April 1? lMThey : They are Teresa Bunnelt
a new general of the So. ...
ticty of to succeed t'a.thl'r ,
films William Cervone Brvertv .
Jean Janssrns S J.. who New saro,
Colv tile. Susan Early:
died last October 5, will Malt ; uiiiilijetlionalile for :Morally\ unobjectionablefor Louise Gananiga, Patricia Tk. spirit ef cuirwn.tm: ..t fort by .boil. Pop Joke
on May! 6.
general patronage adults Glllooly. Philip Hughes, Bar sod Pope Paul M of qrsat and tmouUr; innpoH x. m kedging;

a The circular date sent was to announced sur*'riors of In DKUt: llllH.rrri: i Fox iMUIX i I III'MUK, .UTsW' MtKliHt 1 dntl(Fr )) bars Kanauka. LInda Inli. tke. gap bt..* CW:..... It t*>. t.tl of( .. CN tt,.... .

all Jesuit communities by the.ociety'l : Ot lilt.': WllllHi-: SdllllM) HIT ,\ :MVNCinema Janice Patricia Itlski.Serrano.Cecilia Fredi Ryan Smith work ta.trdt CknsU )tsset pr.y.T "tMet: fK.y *l my b*
:MSS: ,
head Cans.dian
acting ( ) "
and Susan Zullo..u.F.rty. ."*.
Father John L. SwanS Morallv; iiniibjitllonuble for
J. Till: Hot ) .... purest .{ the
adults, with renervallons70Itll K yea would tae Ie Inew ChAi ".'" H U.m Kl
In each Jesuit province woitin{ OFmmrr & \, 'nth: t.lttrK i : : I iphomres ranked Is the ns>
while Ct Own; : .chi"9' .ftd let. W. .1 Ck"se P.go.sf .1
meetings are now under way OSTI110: Till1: ilniv,) (H'ox' per fourth, per rent y eee

to appoint two electors who, fur N01K:' An A.JasllI8.) .f the group were l IJI the upper .<* courses
along with the provincial! adults unobjectionable and adult'M'enUIK Unit Is given to certain films) t third .f the aalloa grmip.

superiors will come here to which, while not morally offensive The school's landscaping NO CHARGE NO OBLIGATION
) THtHOKSIKHSI: : OFH0l0lts _
About -
in the election. 225:
in themselv, require
carried the students
project oa by
{|{ (Para i
cle tors and provincials will tuition and some analysis continued with a second' PU\ .t. CWtiFiwxkm:
:NOM: : HIT Tilt: lIl.t\ 1'':
represent the society's : .7H8 and explanation as a protection "planting day" scheduled for

members in the balloting (\\arn. > to the uninformed against! January 16. .. .. ****! Dactrm* TK LtwIr1.; y

wrong interpretations and Gary Taylor was the high ?' .. TV. $.0........| ? fv, M...
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family ... : i Seven' The Florida Catholic Friday, Jan. 22,1563.;

I Training offered job seekersBy More Americans reported-

:Msgr John C Knott them But industry like completing the course available members of church groups

THEY can be found in every other economic area Is in the (community which

any neigh- looking for men with "skill," would best fit his talents. NMV: YORK (NO) -Sixty.four Americans out of

rhood except the more af with "training," with experience The length of training every 100-a new record high-are church members, according

." varies from four to 52 weeks to the National Council of Churches.The .
One is a young fellow a The program is free In fact council's ,
To bridge<< this gap between & newly publiiihed 1J>65 Yearbook of Amer-
lew jean out of high school the trainee will be paid whilehe lean Church
people who need work and Mys church membership rose 4.6 per cc'it
{easonably intelligent and is taking the course. lie
employers who need workers m JIKKI While the tout pop
Presentable, who hasn't will receive an amount about 343
quite religious bodies In 50
aa Important piece of federal ulation
ound himself as far as em- legislation equal to unemployment benefits wu growing 15 percent stales and the District of
<< was passed in
plo>'ment Is concerned. He with added benefits for Columbia.
has gone from one meaning. travel and living expenses If 1i Thus the gain in church

less job to another. It is called the manpower the course is held in another membership broke a static Of the 253 bodies reporting

Not knowing what he would development and training town trend of two years, standing memberships Protestant this year 2"-4were
like to do without any partlcn- act This authorizes the establishment There Is no guarantee or Church membership increaseran 222 reporting last

liar skill or experience he Is of local programs employment at the conclusion 1 neck-and.neck with population with a total membership year of
Minding that emplotrs are to ferret out job shortages ef the training period but the Increase In l2! and 64.929.W1

[not especially Interested in and then if necessary, program<< does give assistance lagged behind in 19tH. follow-
[ train people to fill them.Nationwide, In Job placement ing a gaIn in I'M! of .2 percent The total Roman Catholic

kim.A for the Previous all-time figure/ Is 41.171.371( comparedwith
J Seven out of ten workers
neighbor of his in his record high percentage mi7,93Xa year earlier
middle 30s with who complete the course successfully
a wife a The yearbook IJO.nos.234 reflecting! a gain of 2.4 percent
At the latest count do find jobs and says -
[young family and a monthly some Americans .
I mortgage: has Just lost his 4600 MDTA training projects usually at better pay than are now members

I Job. The factory .which he were actually operating or they previously enjoyed. Pope sees "image of the Lord"At other of churches, synagogues This Is a lain over the 23

I worked has moved out of about to operate in all M In the short time that or places of worship per cent Increase In 19f\ but
[town. The particular Job he states, the District of Colum. MDTA has been in effect it the recent audience which received on their faces the nun and light of They are 64 per cent of the Is less than the 1lEO! Roman

was trained for no longer bia, Puerto Rico and the Virgin has done a remarkable job. much publicity for the crying innocence" The "Father of Christen total population comparedwith Catholic gain of 3 2 per cent,

[exists. lie is beginning to Islands. They will provide It is hoped future years will of infants Pope Paul VI Raid that in dom" was visiting Santa Maria Infant' and (3 63.4 6 per cent a year ago Other major faiths are reported
cent in 1'K 0.
I think that the saddest words training for more than 250,000 see its benefits extended to their "simple and clear face we seethe Center in Vatican City on the Feast of per \ > as follows 5,583000: )(

I he has ever heard are unemployed or underemployed many more areas of the very Image of the Lord. They have the I Holy Family, The vearhonk tabulation Is persons in Orthodox, Conservative .
jSorry, we can't use >'ou." workers in any one of economy, bated on official slallnllcs of and Reform Jewish
J Around the block a man about 900 different occupa - congregations; 497 527 members -

[has spent almost 25 years do. lion.. of Old Catholic, Polish
ling one job and earning a Those eligible for this trainIng Priest in Vietnam says call for National Catholic and Armenian .

[reasonably comfortable liv- include the unemployed Church eWorldResigns Churches; and 60000Buddhists.

ling now faces a bleak future. or soon to be unemployed 1 C} .
[Automation arrived at his those working lets than full negotiations aids communistsBy A yearbook table shows

[shop and he found himself reI time, those working at a Job Thanks that 1'rotestans were 335 percent
q placed by a machine. Where below l their capabilities Father Patrick O'runnorfllGOS appointment and recrimination post of the U S. population In

I does a man of his age and Farm workers with a net (NC) Vietnamese especially Catholics, now ddd! to the damage Im) lII.\\" (No-Pol: ) Paul VATICIV CITY I (eSC) I'xtt! : The Roman Cathnil?

,. I limited training get a job family income of less than watch with apprehension while decisions are being done They are welcomed by VI has thanked the chief Moslem rope I'aul1 has acceptedthe population rose from It percent

I Forced retirement without $1200 a year and unemployed weighed and made by the men who hold power in Vietnam the communist controlled religious leader of Bombay resignation of Archbishop In 1926 to 23 3 per rent
in 10
and 23
'. youths between the 8 cent in
steady income ages of "national liberation front' in
I means a Maurice Perrln
and the United states for a copy of the Koran, as of .
I It and 22 are also included. the !South and the
stricken old communist
poverty' age This the Independent of I'Wt
Jii* haunting nightmare for Catholics are particularly concerned because as a body leadership in its "privUeattdunctulty" the Moslem holy book presented Tunis, ......t..."..t.t4....,VV
Training free they hare a greater horror of communist rule than to him during his visit
,|any man with self respect. any in the North. here in December \atican authorities would Why Amen ?
other section of the Vietnamese
people. have A defeatist
They statement
Applications are handled at on give no reason why the! fio-
[Matching job the nearest state employment proved this In_the refugee exodus from the north 10 Vietnam now from a V S. In a letter to Mohammed )ear-old prelate had resigned Th, "."tmen" now add

agency years ago and in armed senator representative or llaniin Murray, acknowledging from Ms pint In that predonilnally when :'etrltlnc' llnljr font-
person There are about 1900) of resistance. gains and have suffered commentator ls as good ai a receipt of, the volume the Moslem nation of ", nmnlun I I. a |pro/r..lun o(
these scattered throughoutthe heavy :oases, notably in well- battle won to the communist Pontiff called the presentation North Africa faith In HIM. Holy > u<'hil.i l.
A few of the Vietnamese
,' [The Ironic thing Is that on country After an initial generals have caused trained officers They have Poet Cone a ""arm" gesture. Father Michel CallenVF. The riKlnm o( .*)lnt II daieeh.rh .

[any given evening each of interview the applicant! will anxietyby [these men could read in the jockeying for perltOlI.1pow.r however and in equipmentand of hrMlnnll( .
be Scores Buddhist In Tunisia )
given a battery of tests Moslem/ since 1'iU.
[evening paper scores of job to determine his potential for with two and highly by currying suspect favor pm.lure an now sending! largeunits was appointed to succeed him "'.....,....,.,..." ,...,....
I opportunities Industry is almost pitched battles.
named titular
[ desperately looking for After 800 groups These are (the They control or effectivelymenace action missions of Mouorl. Archbishop
years political Buddhists and the against Daytona Boach
[pew employees Me are in an a great deal of tern.
"I" [expanding economy and there TARRvGON. Spain (SO) segment of students and tory Abbot at 33
! Care secondary pupils directed by liOMK: (NC)-Buddhism and Islam aa well as communism .
more job opportunities -Benjamin Cardinal de AN Hut this Is still a long way \"AI. The Netherlands
I than there are people to fill riba y Castro of Tarragonahas the ambitious bonzesThese from overcoming the wholeMetnamese and nationalism, were blamed for suppressingand (NO:' Father Mi'holm dll|

decided to complete the Influence bonzes are trying to army and air hindering the work of the Church in misiiion arena by Wolf (l S II., was Installed as No11.n and America Fad

construction of his cathedral governmental decisions force The communists dont Fides, news agency published here by the Congregation abbot .
in Saigon and Washington : of the llenedictln! abbey open I P.... 'tl1\ II\ f.M.
Daytona Beach -started Dearly 800 years seek to overcome them, how. lor toe rropagaiion or. me here after approval In
by a campaign of pies of the southern
aeo ever. Sudan, s lanqut Facilities
Faith !tome of his election He Is
. At the time of its consecration chronic discontent from which all missionarieswere
in 1331 the principal ,.. "We do not see that the They da seek to overcome Fides said that "there Is expelled\ by a Moslem- only M. (two years younger a Closed Monjeyi
than the
Bade of Romanesque Ituddhists have any basic religious public piston In Mrtnun mounting<< pressure against dominated government minimum age for
Furniture. Iwoe had not been finished style Work, Issue with this government end I. the failed Mates. Christians from a newly I It added that although the abbots prescribed by Church SAN REMORESTAURANT

&oM..... ," a US, embassy amused. Ikiddtiism or at l last government of predominantly law
was suspended because of
LLOYD COX epidemic Construction beganin spokesman said a month ago, They did not overcome thewhole from tiilMant groups and urgMlsalNM Moilem PskliUn respects religious Archabbot diosIItl'nn
of the Ftasca1'ietnames. 1270 SO. RIDGEWOOO
"Disorder I and *, In Asian countrieswhere
fii'nlom 'there have
I' Office Supplies'Ct 1170 on a site where the army or even one- : Germany (125(')
Viet Cong<< (communist) Ituddhlsls are in the turn here and
Romans had lanes there of
pagan built atemple interests at this tenth of It at DIM Hie. Itiu majont Archahhot Kenrdikt Ileell./ CL M357
2-J471 point violences
to their chief god ID 19S4 Itut by their against ChrlstUns. o S II. 07, president of the
: III Nerlil.; Iwo s..,... Jupiter, American embassy representatives at Then,I'trn'hu they overcame It cited attacks by Huddhists In the beginning of 1UA4! large HenexlUtlne Congregation! of
however, are engaged on CalMIrs In IinItth'If't"I"I numbers of Catholics In Fast:
u"nn\"" ''''''''\\' : in frequent discusitons French public opinionat \ noting that "find- Pakistan 'found It necessary l lieuron, eat hit by an auto CALL

: Subscribe nowWOODS with the political ton res, the opportune time duringthe dhlt KfttUfie have horned the to flee across the loner in mobile and killed retentlvwhile CL 2.4421
Some Vietnameseeel that Geneva Conferee, homes of (atMlca" and adding order to escape the fanaticismof walking along a huh: '

un'''''"un\''''\,un,..,,, this adds prestige to the pretentious Already the changes anduncralftll.1 << that "many Catholic' village some of their own countrymen way In nearby Slgmarlngm :

of men who claim In governmenthere leaders have 'been farced ." dS

I any dangerous power of veto with military leaders to flee from HwMhist attacks" PRINTING
I the strpttag out of their sphere,
ever government Many
Less Press ate1 01rlCewhm.s .
doubt whether these borstal have disheartened many in rides also stated that ('dh.of Britons reported
FwJ) Oil C.mp.ey. lee really share a tom m e aground the U' S. as in \'wtnam. ce aunt rnrfestsnls are both r>Wi"| Ce. I... Nnl. JI Oil

I e r of principles and objectives The first sorely tried" In teylwn, turning off TV 4. caner. ..... euiell moT..
links however. Ir
: Pke 222.1 212 with the US. embaisy this rhala .f Intlablllly were where. (they are under pul"-! CL 2-4:14 I 111 Mateohewelcome fusee tLIANIRAND I

cat, sorial and cultural pressure .
tinged by Americaa ss well religious shows
"that Is due '
"FOURTH GENERATION JfWUW SINCI 1111" )" ...1111. from the I'-".. .\lelaamete kands I I. IMS, to the activities of print Buddhist ipally Traveler Fuel Oil Co.

tome reports Sisal gladden the' U the joy *f the cemmunlili" circles I.U\lJI |NC-) -Moat Jlfl>>-

I Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons Viet leaf while they alarm The blame should not rw'on pie/ in Britain automatically Fufnityf
resell ewd ?.tie SpeslokteIeMa
It, ulJt.mm..llt'IfI..m..... MHnamete! alone, and ll recalled that 'In thai turn off their "television arts fe The Bed
+wd J...! WrflUht Ira
I.q'e tovlheat Allan Island Beliu when religious! programs are
,Cl 2-it2 A-c.: Talk of American withdrawal certainly nt en an Melnamese .., alhnllc sckiNil hate AhmieYnl: Del
GM S.d.+y Ill N. keels Sf.I KspreeetaM of dis- shown" according to the re
r and of "Mfadlalbn"i "bren like. ever by the I'W' suits of a survey recently pub. I Ui, .., 1Ornoend.1.h, CL 24421
I reported at a time when
ersmenl, missionaries are Itthed In the Catholic: Herald.
I the only negotiation potsiMe Verifies murder lined sod Miler have IKHIforced
WILSON would lead to a "neutralism" !Ie leave Religious features sewednoticeably Ride A
, helpless' before obvious l communist lower rillnft ...
DRY CLEANING ambitions Congo atrocities The minion news ages the dally a.dnl'O1..lnl/ I HONDAFrom

end LAUNDRY SERVICE The ('emm,11t1"\ :"Vmg also scored the efforts to rbarls than. mail ethers, the $21?.00

end cannot take South Vietnamby UOI'UIJItin: : 11CaA: (ItlamiM the non.Moslem pees| ,- survey shewed. Up t. 200 Miles po' ,.l'
I jrd.p D.Swy outright military C'Of1qUfIt.Thty Congolese who lii ......- w .. 0.-..rwynpa
sun e*< aped
2 L..IEM; Viewing" tased, on a wide
have "made militaryTwoper8Il death st the hands of rebels Two pilgrimagesabroad
OR 7-JOI OH 7-1141 selection of homes in the

124 W. ", .e< bH'ault of a fainting spell three main population arrndrOf'l..d .
EIHf: rh.. e who h made them believe she planned / Trdwlr'Daytona

was dead toW how soother programs heavily and Increased during again such Moving & Storage Co. 3

.. Siater dwd MM "UItK-A pilriiiu steeply Immediately afterwarts. AIOtIII ALLUO YAM L1NM.: INC

DAYTONA P;,... The Meter s member ef the to the Iloly laid will leave VATTOVAIII CMI:
of Jeans Child from here at the end of May.
A common complaint among JU. f'...tlMllrT* Slaw MO ft*. Bt4.HK4l:
of MveWe, ftelfttm, toW Steps will include Meek h. Viewers ,Is that religious programs >>
FURNITURE ccatsays... DIA, the I>e i WinUe Calh- Athena. Cairo Jerusalem are iHually unimaginative .

olio news .....,. tat by M lh4.f.em. Nazareth a4 ether and boring, the survey
November 9U 44 Cejee p a<
Y Rulers. stationed la ftefwebska Contorts arrangtirMrnis for
t.,,. s. fi" SHOWROOMS were token by rebels are IWy. Land portion of the Tk. sOMltc! Herald 114

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Fight,: The Florida Catholic Friday, Jan. 2%. t96, \\\Ii :<<1
,, treasure
- I. Sharing our

I Bishop Zuroweste charges some : Convert Priest explains

commentators distort council full flowering of Judaism

JU1,1: .E1'II.LE; ;, Illinois! ( :NCBishop) Albert R. "pi'idc, a pride born of a de. is asked by

Zuiow eirte of Belleville has criticized "liberal thinkers" sire and hope that the Church E1ItCatholic participate

and "now age theologians" who he said have distortedout will change" its divine doctrine in two great movements the ,

the real moaning of the ecumenical movement and
Second in bold and even exotic But, he added, "sin will always Father
Vatican Both
the convert apostolate
headlines and paragraphs be sin and virtue will f
I Let me assure you" Bishp seek to achieve the unity for John A.
The result is doubt and con. always remain virtue
<> Zuroucste told 8(10 persons which Jesus prayed on the
fusion for the sincere Catholic O'Brienlaw
at a Confraternity of ," he said While It Is too soon to make eve of His Passion and death
(hnstian Doctrine banquet, Bishop Zuroweste chargedthat final judgments about the and both should go hand in

that these writers and so- the source of current council the Bishop said "let i hand.
tailed e IJI.'rts.ho have confused me assure you that God Is
criticism of the Church is Ecumenism seeks the'f.-
you. are not the official still; in His heaven guidingand onion of Churches Into the but to fulfill "' 1 was
once of the Chinch" protecting the Church." even more astounder to readin
:Mother Church of Chrlklen-
fury do not comprise the China chargedwith St John Gospel the wordsof
teat lung body of the Church "There Is no need for alarm dom. Philip: "We have found the

and may he questioned by genocide although the present moment To help all Christians par. Menus We have found
any member of the Church," against Tibet may be one of confusion," he ticipate in this movement effectively him of whom Moses in the
he declared said "It is confusion resulting Doubleday and Com Law and the Prophets did
(.l:\l';%'.\C-The: Inter. from those who are attempting "
lie also criticized repotting ( ) Boy Scouts receive awardsFive pany, Inc., New York, has write
about the council, sajing'the national commission of jurists to usurp the teach. published a fascinating book, From that day I devoted

writer or speaker ho does has charged communist China ing"When authority all of the the decrees Church.of Boy Scout have been presented Mrs D, D. Mitchell; Steve LaGrande "Steps to Christian Unity" every spare minute to reading

not express an extreme opinion with waging a war of geno the council are promulgatedand the Ad Altars Dei medals in a cere of Troop 132, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis ($495)), and studying the Bible. I.
gets no press coverage. Recognizing that existing was stirred by the stern warnIng
cide against the people of the post-conciliar expla mony held recently in St Matthew LaGrande, Felix Mitchell of Troop 132, schisms among Christians are of Jesus to Nicodemus-:
Bishop Zurowcktf In a former nations and statements issued, Church Jacksonville, Father Daniel C. brother Mike Bioos of Troop
Tibet as a religious group Wayne's due, in large part, to a lack "Inless a man is born again
episcopal chairman oC( then we will be in a position Ht' arty congratulated the ooys on 132 son of Mr, and Mrs James BrOIls; of communication between of water and of the Holy
The commission
the Salionllll'lItholic"rrut'! that asserted Is to judge: in proper focus Vatican their awards: from the left, Wayne and Raymond Roberta of Troop 2, son theologians and laity, great Ghost, he cannot enter into
Conference' no public worhhlp permitted
and hat served press as department hair- In that Intensely religious advised.Council 11, the Bishop Mitchell of Troop 132, son of Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs W. L. Robeita churchmen such as Karl I the kingdom of God."
Barth, Cardinal Cushing, Karl
man of the I':. S, Bishops' Buddhist Himalayan I sensed that Jews' spoke
Rahner and Canon Bernard
press panel In Rome and as a land, and that any manifestation with a unique authority In
Paw address
member of the nuinrnlcalcouncil't of prajer is severely pun. Variety in booksNeeds ley strewing the necessity of baptism
ished. chiefly to laymen. If ecumenIsm
press committee is to succeed, it must ,

lit charged that some editors At the same time, the com reach the grass roots I secured a course of Instruction .

"interested only in the mission said, Tibetan lamas of Latin America stressed This. timely volume brings from the Catholic
sensational," do not publish i monks) have been subjected the discussion to people mall chaplain and. upon its completion

"sane and serious" interpretations to forced labor torture beat. walks of life, and, M Car realized that Christ is

of the council! work. ings and starvation, driving tfT* II K: Church in the field, but lopperud Is a specialist are going and howe are as sire.president and general dinal Cushing says, 'meritsmillions the fulfillment of the prophecies
"On the other hand, the many to suicide; It charged: New Latin America In the continually going to Ret there. manager of readers" of the Old Testamentand

writing and opinions of those further that communist China ," edited by Father .I, changing meaning and usage( Succeeding! sec'linns are then Kenneth S Gimger, founder While working for corporate that the Catholic Churchis
who are considered the lib. plans to exterminate the Ti- of words In contemporary devoted lo a complete and of Hawthorn in VV&! resignedas rtllnlonIt' must continue the flowering of Judaism
COII"itlinf'1.1: : Helen PublisluTH
eral thinkers, the new age: b'tan race American Mjle.lies I practical treatment of the nature president and as a direc- and Intenkifv our efforts! tit and therefore the true heritage
theologians, comprise the edi The commission report was Notre Dame, Indiana of marriage and of (hris- tot before the firm was sold bring churchless Individuals of every Jew I was baptized .

tor's dish and he will dish it based in part on evidence ob paperback, 210 pp. not arbitrary about it, Him marriage in particular. I He plans to start a publishing Into the fold of Christ.So : Abraham, which was
tamed from the Dalai Lama, $*.i\. either; you'll be surprisedhow company under his own name also my circumcision name,
Cardinal the "god.king" of Tibet who Father Considme has skillfully carefully he weighs some Against this but kground I nder G Inlger'. direction, strong are the Church's and made my First Holy Communion
Cushing fled to India in 1959 when the edited and brought( together of the doubtful cases. And he other sections deal with Hawthorn published a variety credentials the evidence of .

Chinese communist regime ( these talks which were lists In the bibliography the dating, courtship falling!! in of atholie books, Including her divine authority. to teach Wanting to give my whole

accepts schedule seized control of the mountain given at the first conference others whose works are valu love, the meaning of sexualityand t the 150-volume series, "Twentieth in Christ name that they life to Jesui I became Benedictine

country. sponsored| by the Catholic able in the general field love, maturity in marriage ((entury Encylopcdia of are daily drawing people in monk and later entered

of unity talks The international commission inter American cooperation All the effort to set downin The nature of the contract Catholicism:' and is committed all walks of life and in all a Cistercian. monastery

of jurists said that among program, just a year ago in 4":>0 pages several thousand the canonical impediments to several major Catholic countries into her fold This After four years I transferred

BOSTON (:NC) Richard the methods used in the Red Chicago The result Is a very indications of proper currentuse the form and rite of projects including a multivolmne Is illustrated in the conversionof lot he Melkite
Cardinal Cushing, addressing campaign against: Tibetan interesting, very readable pa. of words has a simple marriage, the adjustments in series on Catholic Joseph A. Schmueloff of Church) rite and since 19r!>8
'bat k book object, as Cop|>crud gives it: marriage and the meaning ofparl'nthllod Jerusalem, who tells his life
a Jewish congregation here, Buddhism is transfer of Tibetan pet which is aimedat discussed i saints and a volume LIbrary have been parish Priest in

disclosed that between now children to China against( helping us better understand "Mv: purpose Is to offer the clearly and are frankly. of Catholic Know), story in these words: Ipper GalileeI

and Easter he will speak in their parents' wills for indoctrination. our Latin American reader Information on which father Thomas treats the edge I IillS born in Jerusalem of pray ceaselessly! that my

40 Protestant churches and 10 neighbors: to base an Intelligent choice adolescent with respect and The new English: translations Orthodox Jewish parents and brethren the Jews. may un

Jewish synagoguesschedule -a It charged also that the They are our neighbors, of of language: : lo encourage/: with reverence for his right of (lie Gospels Epistlesand attended the synagogue regularly derstand the Gospel and recognize .
he termed "un- communists have destroyed course: and with the closeness precision, and to discourage to know This Is a most complete other lessons of the Mass until I was IS but disc Jesus as their Messias

dreamed of 15 years ago." many' of Tibet's monasteriesand of the world today they might excess. thorough, and adult have been issued by the na continued h'n 1 graduated and their unique hope
'We used to live in gdcl- have seized others and he considered as though( they treatment of the tional center of the Confra from high school. With many
toes-(he Protestants, Catholics put them to use for military were living in the next block. "The first aim of this book senior finishing subject this Any ternity of Christian Doctrine. misgivings my parents permitted Sees established
) and Jews," Cardinal purposes Is that he who writes should course The I..ft-{'Ovprcd book, entitled me to enter the Col.
And should also real- would have Rood idea of '
so, we a
Cushing reminded 750 mem subordinate everything( to the 'Confraternity I 'ction- lege des rrerei, a Catholic \TICN CITY (I\c-: )
lie' what la Latin its anti
happens marriage potentials
ben of ease of the rt'adl'rhlle conveying ary of Scriptural Readings," school Pope Paul VI has establishedfour
Temple Fmcth: in
Programs seen Ainerlta, for good or for bad, Its problems (Aim available church
exactly, unmistakably Uie new jurisdictionsin
arranged to
Brookhne "We hardly spoke i III going to affect us In :North from N C W C, Washington, is according Here I sun treated with MexICo. Thev the diocese
and-If possible engagingly liturgical' and follows are
to one another driving year
manyaudiences .\merka-just as a fire or an what he intends," D.C.) the format of the Roman Missal geed kindness by Ihe Brothers of Ciudad'Allamiranofn. -

But now, he Raid, "thine: explosion down the street will The subtitle calls the book It is priced at JS a copy and despite the strange ..\\lie :*4qi4JiKa| ] provinceof
hate chanced( thank I la after I our own homes and Hook ends grudge I bore against Jesus, Loretta-located Guerrero
a refeieme guide," and and can !*' ordered through in <
:M.W; OflU'Sl': : our own lives. got name inkling Into Ills
'Hie good Tope John and the ( ) -- state about 125 miles!
that's what it really Is: only Helps Publishers has released CCI) center at 1312 Massathusetts -
Some current Catholic radio teachings(
ecumenical council. and television) "The Church in the New referring to it frequently will a 20\\() page book "The Ave N \V, Washington southwest of Mexico, Cit\ thediocese

The Cardinal predicted that be driving listeners programs and view may Latin America" helps give( us make it as valuable to you Church In the New Latin D c 2 the council's fourth session that understanding One of as it ought/: to be It i so easy, America," based on address army and was sent to one of suffragan of the Oaxa< a province .
instead of
next fall would give imal approval era them away, according to attracting two 'tides the very valuable parts of the especially when comparedwith and discussions at the January TinES the Palestinian units of) Arabs -the. Mate capital of Chi

to a statement deny. in Airtime, at of book is "Latin America in clipping old copies of 14, conference in Chicago "The Dictionary of Science and Jews as an interpreterand spas, on the Guatemalan bor
publication lincf"-a quick in Editor and Publishers'! ; ,.' medical Here I der: the diocese of tmdad
ing that the Jewish people asa the Catholic Broadcasters Association summary of the Catholic Inter- by Carl .handler orderly '
thiee usually, of eachof John K.: llvsnI hold of \ictona-suffragan of Mon
whole have special| responsibility pages By American Cooperation Program and Sol Holt Matfadden- got the New Testament
for the death of Christ the 20 Latin American nations iCICOPi tell, New York 3S1 pp. paper and was artoniWted to terrey-th state capital, ol
"We are all, Jews and Gentiles Monsignor Elmo: L. Itoma- with an outline map MKINJ Toward The book, which includes a I 75 Handy for students read Jesus Cbxut Son of Tamaulip on !the gulf tnac'

equally guilty of the gosa( editor of Airtime, says showing its g'olrallhkallol'a.: *- Iarriaf',: h)' lather rl'ady.nfl'rl'nl'p' summary of and their sometimes perplexed David Son of Abraham I just south of Ti\a and the

crucifixion of Christ We in one of the articles that thetypical tion All in all, well worth John human S. .1. lltlrn soe'lal and religious, date for parents am not come to. destroy the prelature nuliiu of Mixtepec

have all sinned and offended radio rosary l program reading, Publisher, Notre I Dame, Inc all :20! latin American nations, The Lives of the Saints," -suffragan of Oaxaca in the

Cod," he said.Stressing is Catholic a "bomb"listeners that, repels' non. By Jo'todndrrlon diana. PajN'rliaik. $'i.n. was prepared under the HHMIsorship by Omr .:DClrbc.rt. translated Visits Cardinal southern state of Oaxaca,

the continuity of of CICOI' and the Lat. by Christopher and Anne
Judaism and Christianity, he The second article, prc- |SSIO\\KV (1'1,1. This marriage course for in American bureau of the National Freeroantl Collier Rooks KOMK (NO: ) Pope PaulYI

said; that "without the Old Pared by the communications *** and ('haUrll 1' In high school seniors Is authored Catholic Welfare ("onfercnce New York 576: pp $I 96, paper paid a sudden New Year ST. AUGUSTINE

Testament the New Testament center nf the Chicago!: auh-! lapin I .\merlca," bj Brother by the well known sociologist, Washington. I n C. An inexpensive\ edition Jove; visit to the bedside of
diocese, says too many national rather Thomas It has teaching Clemente Cardinal Mxara,
hardly makes any K >l.ert Mood S. M. n. The soft-cover book sells for of solid scholarship
tense We have more in common Catholic television pio- !larder ('0. St. IXIUM.. 96 aids at the end of each $::1 45.I'renIK'f.Hall. "The Spirit of Thomism," the 85-year-old vicar generalof
than we really understand grams arc aimed at the "intelligentsia" chapter by Sister Jane!' Murray Inc, has sold bv Etienne: Gtlson P J Ken- Rome who! has "been" grave- Sates and ServiceCHEVROLET.BUICK
instead |.p. $1 M. 0 P. who also Iv ill The motored
of being Is editor of Pope to
Hawthorn Hooks, Inc,. a hI Il. edy & Son, New York 103
all inclusive In Missionary Crisis and the "Christian the Rome
Cardinal Cushing received Series" ing publisher! of Cailwiic pp notes $350 A Wi.dom chancery building
The article national Challenge in Latin America, for high school of which and his blessing .
a standing ovation from his says : this books, to Fred Kerner for and Discovery book, one of a gave personal
Catholic should Brother Wood has as his aim volume forms to the Cardinal who! hat
programming a part
listeners and $1 S million Kerner ,
was pre a former series marking \the 175th anniversary Fort Marion
be directed! to "a mass level to offer information whuh will After been bedridden since early
with a citation by the an explanation of the Hawthorn editor who has o( the establishment
C'ongrt'gation.CLEARWATER. audience, not to a handful offnllghtrnl'd missionary work In why and wherefore of such 13
those countries more effective a been a reporter and editor of Georgetown University" Chevrolet Co.
souls and course Father Thomas wisely with the :Montreal SUr. the "Mar Against \\ant" by
to stimulate
It recommends that the societies and their missionary spend| the next few sections Canadian Press and the \sso- Senator George" S. Mi-Govern. riirtoM/r Ill S..n M.ICI sy.eW

Bishop set up a national radio "to undertake new superiors on answering the basic coated. Press, will become Walker and Co New York, Tln"t1.: : IH HtTI..tRS St. Auquitlos

and T\ office lo guide and necessary works," Thereis questions of who we arc. what president of Hawthorn I Gerald 14* ppmt'rll'i'. rood 1 WHO HI rroKT

Catholic' broadcasting.Mmisignor no question in an\one's we are made of, wheie we MacGregor will continue for Pews program. 101'R CATIKHIC P%PIR VA '.22I2ITUU

mind of the need for
Itomagosa raises
In Lebanon
the question of whether the al missionary In Latin \rnerlea -

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"' "r n r "vr or I>I\MH* ly mm,Catholic, know nothing By Floyd ,\mlmcinA

cif the meditative" aspect| of DICTIONKV 11}' Brother John Sanuha S.'" oe 010 s
the rosary, he says. "Re number and are hundreds .f
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comments onlord usage: program to restore the tamed food and agriculture organization white cedars of :North America

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'Irre The Florid Catholic, Friday, j j,. X2,1D65

ommentators I Gerlier/ primate of Gaul,

perform function

mr considered: !A mourned by France on death at 85

need in new liturgy
LYONS ( Pierre-Marie Cardinal Gerlier an at. custodian of hit sanctuariesat

.. Father TerreU F. Solana a member of th. Diocesan "Manual! for the Mast- Com>> torney and hero of two ware who rose to become a top Lourdes and at Fourviere,

turgtcal.Cornet salon: offers thus article. another_ in the.__ mentator by Father Timothy. Catholie Church authority in Franc, died' peacefully In will obtain for him the recompense .
1 epee on we new liturgy.CHRONOLOGICAL Leonard (World Library of f hi* sleep on January 17, three days after his 86U birth. of the faithful servant.
With all our heart we send a
ln.vettlgation Sacred! M u .1 I c : Cincinnati eI' day.
of the Ohio) II i highly useful con + AJ of the fatherly apoetolic blessing asa
liturgical < renewal reveals of the put jgyears tribution. title of primate, of..Gaul, since this la the city where to the mourning diocese
a gradual de. FatherTerreU uiriauanity made its first and IU shepherd."
The training for
elopment. The work of cd refrain a Cardinal by Tape Pius XI
nation and instruction which F. commentators and I lit tart appearance In France. the lame year,
published by the Liturgical Cardinal Gerlier was a
nust precede and '
the liturgical reform accompany li : 4 Solana Conference and Uie National staunch opponent of the nails During the Second World Mass guide
essential but gradual n Conned .( Catholic Mei Is essential and a protector of the Jaws War, Cardinal Gerlier' several
I Only aa intelligent task. U the Initial Initruc during World War II when ha times refused to surrender\ SUMHY. January :24:!
in the liturgy partlcipa.Jtion tins of the commentator, was the only Cardinal In unoccupied Jewish children: he was protecting 3rd Sunday after Epiphany.!
authentic renewal can make. Important function. He direct) France Several in hit opposition to>> (Mass of Sunday, Gloria! ,
I pouibls.The the people to answer the The externals and mechan. times he made public protects the nazis he sent open lettersto Creed. Preface of Trinity i
role of the comlU.at.. Priest kt of the commentator's role 4 Aa to nail authorities regarding high German authoritiesand MONDAY January M

I tor at Man ii te ualst| | the It would seem that the roll must always be viewed froma their handling of the Jews, to Marshal Henri Pets in, Conversion of St Paul.
I faithful In this more arlhe of the commentator U temporary basic Internal spiritual disposition S and onrt he avoided a German the head of the Vichy govern (Mans of feast, Gloria 2nd

land Intelligent participation Once active particp| ,. necessary for luth,". I r) r plot to kill him only by m.nL Prayer of St Peter, Preface
renewal. Thi
land understanding of non is words the taking of Apostles)
the sufficiently taught and a different route back Cardinal
ether will be
I Ia... established, the faithful would commentator directs! the faith. to hit church TUESDAY.: January 2.
succeeded In
ful Lyons by his
to coadjutor
The Importance and role of function role spontaneously In their from the pronounce depths of must the soul.coma Pope's audience draws smile After World War II, the Car.dmal Archbishop Jean VII. martyr St. Polcarp.Bishop,(Mast Gloria of a,
the at Man.This w*i a supporter of the Jot.
I commentator ia clearly Active participation must Common Preface)
I stated in the Constitution en downer will be a be genuine interior prayer friendly little tot amlllng at Tope Paul! VI Wit France. and movement In Ills death reduces the college WRDNKSDW.! January VSt

I the Sacred Liturgy, promul. gradual development for thi Otherwise the prayers of the !In an audience recently at St. Peter'a in Vatican friend of laborers.an outspoken of Cardinals to 76, of .. John Chrysostom. (Matt
i gated on December 4, IBM. work .f artUt larUclPUolI Mast turn Into a sounding City She was fortunate enough to receive B per which 26 are Italians He was of a doctor Gloria, Common *
Bin paragraph N the Constltu. will be prolon,. brass and tinkling cymbal. IIOnall""tlnr; from the Holy Father.Journalists' Cardinal Gerller worked the fourth Cardinal to die In Preface)
Ion speaks of the commtnta. form if the liturgy proceeds -- bird l tit heal III feelings be.twees the pan 12 months Tlll'RSmY, January 2*
{tier at one who performs "a seep ky step em the .eil ; Frenchmen and Ger. St Peter ?Nolasco. (Mass ofa
enulne liturgical function. several tln. patron mans after the war, and Uler The Present college of Cardinals confessor not a Bishop,
has .
i Hit primary purpose li to be urged! aa end to hoitllltUsla W members serving Gloria, 2nd Prayer of St,
promote the active particlpa- The commentaries used by Algeria In the Roman curia, and Agnes Common Pr.'ar.rUD.W. .,)
Iiog of the faithful at Mass.I. the commentator at Mail 47 non-curia members. Seven -
January 2St t
lie accomplishes: this task in should be written and prt. Life of Francis de Sales recalled Cardinal Oerller was not or. IIf the remaining Cardinals Francis de Sales, Bishop
pared In advance darned a Priest until he were created by Pius
ho ways. First at suitable carefully was pope (Mast of feast Gloria Common
studied and assiduously fol 41. He was born In I...., with a XI. 27 by IVpe Plus MI and
foments la the Mast
and in Py Father John P. Foley \lgftrtus: In France', as If the Preface)
|err few words the comment lowed. ANNKCY: Fran' (NC-Tht) body of St Francis de 3W-)ear-old Irgtcy of Satey't"genllemtn Norman he background. In lot! 43 by Pope John XXIII. Pope SATURDAY, January MSt
ator explain the meaning ofhe This task It made easier by Sales the patron saint of journalists, rent In this emailFrench saint" Is still exercltlng was admitted to the bar Paul M has created no Car. Martina (Maia of a viisginmartyr
and until ItlJ ha dmals to date
the of practicedlaw
use of
rites or of the prayers one the many in Influence In the Gloria Common *
city where the light of his teaching once shone to in !Paris.
At the
books which same
nd readings of the celebrant. arc now appear Alpine fortress which Is In Koine Preface)
( hearing of
illuminate all of Europe. Hit) feast will be observed time he active upon
lug with day was in the
fcondly, he leads the ex. prepared commen- tvuthrra France. the den .( ('.,dln.1 ierller, SUNDAJ.nIJa" 31
kraal participation of the tares. Father Clifford I low ell January 29. just before Catholic Preee Month which U French association of Catholic Pope Pail sent the following 4th Sunday after Fplrhsnr: ,
iithrul, that is, their rt- SJ, after the IKt 'Initruc. noted in February in the United Statea. Annecy has a population of youth As uses, prayers and singing. tlon" by the Sacred Congregt. The depth of hla writings won for St Francis de Sales :30.ono. considerably. larger that movement he visited the Creed Preface of Trinity.)
bis second duty at the presit ton of Rites on Sacred Music the UUe "doctor of the Church" hia popular style and than it was when St Francis United States twice prior to ("The newt of the death of
time .1 In working out the and Liturgy published "The approach mulled in his was born in nearby Thorms World War I. Cardinal Gerllrr brings us -
aethsnict of the M I s SangelU Mais Commentator's Hand. being named the literary style of st. Fran. In I r Jf 7 Now Annecy It a separate Around his kith birthday, deep sorrow which we desireto
perhaps his more book" (The Liturgical Press: ; ." patron ofjournaliatl. ( Cts, who was accustomed to !See, but .that time it the young attorney gave up .make known personally, ORLANDO
Collegtville, Mia > es it .1.) use eomparltont from natureto was merely) the residence of the law to enter the seminaryof The French episcopacy and
Aside from the commentaries, A convincing writer, Fran. illustrate hit spiritual treatises the exiled i1j.hop of Genet a- St. Sulplce In I'aris, but the the Archdiocese of Lyons' lone WINTER PARK
[Meat on Friday the first part of this book eta de Sales was never caus.Uc exiled because: militant Calv. outbreak of World War I in. in his person an eminent pas.
gives in excellent treatmentof In an age of bitter rell.gloui Inlstt controlled that city 21 tervaned Drafted Into the tor a model man of the ------ -- --
MR EJ SALAAM. Tu.... the origin, function and controversy. Hit motto Ktei: today, Catholic life al' miles away army, the future Cardinal Church who knew how to putt

(NC) -The Holy See has practical advice for the com. was always: "You can catch Aaaecy Is among be moil Francis dt Sales was 21 caned as an\ adjutant In an the service of God and of Gary's Duck Inn

granted Taniamans permit. mentator, more flies with a spoonful of when he was ordained a infantry brigade was wound souls magnificent gifts of In.
i'ion to>> eat meat on Fridays The recently published honey than with a barrel of Priest In 14W The young ed and captured by the Ger. tell(tenet and heart, a piety, esew.n.ri..a asarsw waar. via ass tea

I throughout the year use on vinegar" // Priest, who had first preparedfor mans In W4. He spent the a real and a way with words aware rue aslwsasar.
f Good Friday at the request of Not only fidelity (to the true Popees a career in law and whose neat three run in various that constituted for everybody .... IA a.....
I this African nation's Blihopi. New prelateVATICAN Faith but Christian perfectionfor anguished doubts about his prison camps a spur to edification! and that Nee .. .a 11. Trait

every soul was bit ambl- of increased satiation and vocation had Cardinal we ourselves more than once
CITVC< ) Deus goalHis was orduliird have had occasion to admire
been dispelled only after fervent
In mi and worked fora (
An a for the
ORLANDOWINTER ui diary Bishop
eerira srrrtu
famous prier to the HI.utd'Ir.. ("We are confident that the
Polish shrine diocese of Ctettocho "lalreductloa teDeveet sinRome lime with the French youth
nee else wainie rand
PARK : a has been appointedby 1 Ut. and his lefty gin Mary, Is credited "with' movement |lie| war made Immaculate Virgin: whom, ha 0'''( imirws
Pope P.ul1, lie it Father -Treatise ea the Lime at Ged" VATICAN CITY (1C winning 72,0(10)( convert to the Bishop, ( lAurdet and Tarls was so solicitous to honor as 4IL saran lirrllklti
Thaddtus Siwigrtk 41, who remala spiritual clinks. Pouring out his pastoral( con-- Church In the Chablalt district In Itt, appointed Archbishop .... .. e*...
of southern
Frtnre. .f( Ijont la 1H7 and
holds degrees in canon law Today St. Francis d. Sales tent for the city of which he largely through the force of created HHUUL strnusselaIae ..irt
and theology fro-i the Catholic Ilea burled In the sanctuary of it Bishop, rope Paul \I has hip convincing kindness. Norman J. Htidrlch

BILL BARDOE University' of Lublin and a beautiful basilica, which called upon Rome's nobility Only JS when he was named ."" ,,," ",,\.u-. & Sonif BRADFORDSStationers

FORD FACTOIY DEALER has been a teacher and vice- crowns a hall looking ever hit to help him make the city a Bishop of Geneva, Francis t be. ....... .., ..'.....
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seminary, world. ,
same altar is the glis -n- his dlitrese sassh reectene
NEW' CAR DEAL lug from the attractively
cased coffin of St. Jane traa- "Kerne Is Catholic" he situated city of Ann 110 I '.r. Ave, S. rttPht
"-. asap)! cat de ChtntaL the widow .
FRANCES O'HEIRDISTINCTIVE said. ;>. one denies II. si cy and visiting every par. ..
W. with whom he Ml 4 7711
H-y. 10 collaborated la Ian!
GIFTS least not. these wbe base in hit BwunUinlwkedSee fAQUETT MOTORS
Wl..l.. .. founding the Sisters .4
w t of the Winter r
I Choice Gretting Cards Visitation. CarlUiaa Itlrll I btiterlrsl "'" ,un,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,... .eT.ewl. .astae
M.USt. '011 her.l.e.i
sense net real love fir thisIwemaarsble
OeHet We.tfe Mss The Annecy which: St. Franclt I 11. t.eebe
city, .. ...
t' ( MotUe1:
P1,4511 Ml 4-4S7I MatlaedBARNES; de Sales loved to deeply .... Ck.r.k 0 .. I... ..... T. P11 47.JJOO.
It lull today one of the moitttnking "Rut try to put the came" Oi S-IMl 6.>. a !.. 51.-.sin
cities of Europe. 'ur- words la the form oft qt,.... e
rounded by inocappd lion Is Rome as Cathode

Boute flunKr AM" mountain, peaks, the( city as it ouM t. NT Is this c:I 10 rA -
Orlando's fastest
of Beef moon roUftlkO. Sac crowns the lake which bean city et eur and your hearse
rnrr ESTIMATES IU name, and the lake waters really at Catholic at Christian MAT1OHAI HANKOCO5IAaeo bank
r t toot 1'. Oreig nrU>4. run la narrow canals! throughout as religious and good as
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1Transmitted 1

IMP *""," .... -" -. ...- *, Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday Jan. 22, 1965
to UN ,
'" ,'

It Holy Father's peace appeal seen '.1(.t':',:; )\,"d.' L Movements develop I

if evidence of trust in nations'goal '. rt from Vatican Council

fr..I1.... f... ea. u ter of transmittal, Monsignor as his eminent predecessor, fC..II.... iron .... It places over the music for
and war, contribute even a Alberto Giovannettl, the Holy the late Pope John XXIII, t prepared by the post-conciliar sung Masses using the Eng-

part of its expenditure for See's permanent representa- have consistently given to the commission on implementingthe lists texts. Actually, he said,
arms to a great world fund ti\e at the United Nations, United Nations and which I liturgical constitution was the new musical settings for

for the relief of the many said: recall he personally conveyedto intended to allow the greatest the parts sung by the peoplein

problems of nutrition, cloth. See remains me" last July. permissible freedom, within English, such a the Gloria
"The Holy
ing, shelter and medical care steadfast Its conviction that The day before Monsignor the framework of well-orderd and Creed, and the parts for
which affect{ so many peoples the Giovannctti transmitted the and intelligible services" the choir and people, including
and coniie-
." disarmament, nationalrl'sourrt'l document to U Thant, Italian Father McManus said that the Offertory and Communion
The letter transmitting the quest utilization of'fraternal Defense Minister Giulio An- the Constitution on the Lit anthems and psalms,
embossed document to the dreotti spoke of the peace appeal i urgy clarified the Priest's need local approbation, justas
assistance of dt'uloplngrounlrlt'I'
UN was signed by Amleto remain that Pope Paul launchedin role at Mass, to preside over the Latin texts did.
Cardinal Cicognanl. papal Bombay, Andreotti was in the Eucharistic assembly.
the noblest goals (that the But approval by the national
secretary of state The letter United Nations can achievein Bombay at that time as a pilgrim Father McManus said there Bishops' conference is required

said the response to the the future. has been confusion in some for new melodies to be

Pope's appeal in Bombaywas "The Pope's appeal for a sung by the Priest and for the
so great both in the When he accepted the docu reduction of world military Archbishopof Lord's Prayer sung by Priest

press and in other communi ments, the secretary general expenditures certainly touchesthe and people in English.
cations media throughout the said he was "most grateful"to
hearts of all who not
are San Juanenthroned
world, that it aroused hopes Pope Paul for entrustingthe blinded by hatred and wickedness Pending such approval, he
that "the words of His Holiness appeal to him. "This ap ," Andreotti told the Italian said, it Is sufficient to sing
find response these in a recited tone-on a
would generous peal, which so movingly reflects senate's defense commit
on the part of govern. the aspirations of man. tee single note.Monsignor.

kind and which is so closelyin SAN JUAN (NC-Archbish- Baum's task includes
mentsell aware of the constant keeping with the purposesand "But clearly it cannot be a op Luis Aponte, 42, enthronedhere the furthering of contacts .
efforts made by the United objectives of the United unilateral measure," he is the first native to between the Catholic

Nations to incite peoples to Nations, will always remainan added. head the four-century old San Church in the U. S. and the
limit armaments," the letter invaluable source of inspiration "That would endanger the Juan archdiocese. various other Christian

continued, "and to devote the for me and the organi peace, since it would encourage Archbishop Aponte served churches and communities.

funds available through disarmament zation I serve," he said. dictatorships to easy ad previously as Bishop of Ponce. Baum had this
to purposes of economic He added that the Pope's ventures He explained that In 1960 he was consecrated Monsignor
and social develop. wishes for the international the Italian government is auxiliary Bishop of Ponce. In to say:

ment, the Sovereign Pontiff cooperation year "are yet an- working "in silence and with April, 1963 he was named coadjutor "Both the liturgy constitution
desires to entrust to your excellency other demonstration of the conviction" for international with the right of succession and the new Constitutionon

in your high officeas support His Holiness, as well disarmament by stages. and he became headof the Church enhance the
secretary general of the the Ponce diocese in November place of the local Church, the

United Nations, this paternal Sr. Celestine mourned =- ---- 1963. diocese"
appeal for peace and in favorof ; The new ecumenical officeIs
At Cardinal High School lie was enthroned on January
humanity. He would ask Mooney a liaison between the American
your excellency kindly to served half IS as Archbishop of Sac hierarchy and the Vatican
make use of it, in the manner a century Monsignor C. L. Klslander V.F., ing with Father Joseph P. Moran the Juan by Archbishop Kmanurlelarlzlo : Secretariate for Promot.
of St. Martha School layout of Cardinal Mooney High ( papal nimclo to the The
you consider most opportune, right, pastor ing Christian Unity unity
in accordance with the sta. ST. AUGUSTINK: 'Friends of the Sisters of St. JosephIn Joins Father Mortimer Danaher, left, School Father Moran, with the blueprints Dominican Republic and apostolic secretariate is expected to issue .

tutes of the organization, so St. Augustine are calling at the convent chapel todayto diocesan director of schools, in discuss la the president of the school. delegate to Puerto Rico, guidelines for the ecumenical -

that the expectation of so pay their last respect to Sister Mary Celestine Sister United.States Island commonwealth apostolate, Monsignor
may not be deceived. Baum said. The Bishops' com
many died in Miami Wednesday She was 77. Her funeral will Board to meetW.tSI1NGTtN To honor
who follows martyrs well
'His Holiness, Pontiff urges all Archbishop Aponte is the mission he serves may
with particular attention and be held here at the mother. Juan and draft more specific guiding
In the chapel of the mother. : (NC-An- \MPALA 57th Bishop of San
interest the activity of the house tomorrow morning at house. to join in nual meeting of the board of National celebrations, l'aandaC in( honorof )- the second Archbishop of the principles for the American

present nineteenth general ass 9 o'clock. Sister Celestine was born in prayer directors of the National the 22 Uganda martyrs. See. lie succeeds Archbishop scene, he added.
e m b I y, formulates best 1887 in County Clare. She Council of Catholic Women is James I*, Davis, who now The two American members
October 18
canonized last will
wishes that the start of the Four girls of the Ilehir fam VATICAN 'ITY (SC-) ,
taught for many years both in scheduled here January 26 to be held here from FebruaryS heads the Santa Fe, New Mea of the staff of the unity
United Nations' twentieth ily of County Clare in Ireland Jacksonville and in Tampa.She Pope Paul VI, speaking froma 23 The meeting was called to 7. Laurean Cardinal Ru- ico archdiocese secretariate in Home Father

year of existence, which has came to Florida more than was a former principal at the window crowd of his in apartment M Peter'ssquare to by Mrs Marcus Kilch, NCCW gambwa of Kukoba, Tanzania, In remarks after his enthronement Thomas Stransky C 5 P. of

been most timely proclaimed half a century ago to become Gesu School in Miami. last called president will offer the main Mass. Archbishop Aponte Milwaukee and Father John
'international coopera Sisters of St. in St. told the congregation, F Long SJ. of New York
For time Sister Ce-
also mark a long Catholics to join wholeheartedly Preparations for the cele-
tion year, may of upon which included high.ranking are on their way to the U S.
Augustine. One them was have
lestine had been ill At her Portugal to
week brations
the beginning of a long periodof in the of organized! by the
Sister Celestine government officials and leaders to help in getting the work
death, she was a patient at
active collaboration and prayer for Christian unity Uganda Bishops included a
of other Christian I under Monsignor Baum
The others were Sister Mary way
in the communityof Mercy Hospital in Miami operated "Tomorrow the weekof univorsity series of sermons on the mar
"ell-being begins now
Thomasine, who died on Jan. churches, that he intends a said he hoped that there
nations, which will find, in by the St. Augustinecongrt'gation prayer dedicated to the tyrs in all parts of the country
uary 11,1964; and the surviving "constant and sincere would be meetings shortly
the United Nations the best of Sisters to of the Church the As a result of the sermons
sisters: Sister Mary Boni which she had unity Pope LISBON (NC-Portugal's) with" persons within with officials of the National
Instrument of mutual under. face who Is stationed at St. full of devoted and her told the usual Sunday crowd Bishops have announced plansto 2933 lapsed Catholics and outside of the Church. Council of Churches and representatives
standing and pacification." years grace good assembled for recitation of found this nation' first returned to the practice of "
Paul convent in Jacksonvilleand works. \\e want our dialogue, he of the Orthodox
presenting to U Thant Sister Mary Rita, present the noon Angelus Catholic university, their faith and 2814 person. said, "to reach all men and Anglican, and Protestant
had their marriages regularized
the autographed text and let. ly superior at the St. Cloud all public and private institutions Churches in America.
Writer diesl'OUGIIKIEPSIFi "You know that the Vatkan They said In a joint pastoral! .
Hospital. Council has Issued a document letter Issued after their meetIng I sincerely wish to Join

the : (NC) on ecumenism and has here that there Is "an Imperative To triple number my poor efforts to those of allmen
According to records,
WARMS in Winter of will in the raisIng
this was the only time four Father Gerald C Treacy S.J., Indicated the principles und need for a Catholic
sisters of one family enteredthe a former staff writer for the mclr-cds whereby the great university for the nations wmo (NCThe) Ma. of authentic human values ci
COOLS Summer diocesan congregation. Jesuit magazine America and Ideal of the ncomponltlon, lathe conscience drld archdiocese raised from which are contained" abundantly -

one time president of the one Church of Christ, of the rank of a diocese In 1964, in our people ........ p-....Ie.P. .
Together, they have compiled America Press, died last the various Christian rnnletslims They said the unlvemty will has started a pastoral development Among those attending the ......*?. I. Ik. wlk
lil'01' OOI 1 uT a total of 233 years of month at the Jesuit novitiateof at present separatedcan have greater freedom, greater program that will ceremony were Bishop Apon- t .rpr..H.U four p. service to Catholics in Florida St. Andrew on the Iludson. be pursued dynamism and greater more than triple the numberof te's parents, Santiago and rn* D.HWT m 4-tin.
for they all have had their He was 81Father flexibiht>" than the present parishes. Rosa, and most of the prel. Huntingdon I'dg.' Miami
"As the conscience of Christianity state universities. The letter ate's 17 brothers and sisters
golden jubilees as reliJ'ious.Burial : Treacy was president Archbishop Casimiro
will be in the Sisters' of the America Press gradually awakens to said that the government will cilia Gonzales of Madrid.At-

plot at San Lorenzo Cemetery from 1944-47. For many years this great Ideal of unity and help the Bishops in foundingthe Gala said he will establish 253nt'w INSURANCE .
difficulties aim
following the Requiem Mass he was a contributor to the of charity, new Catholic university parishes, none of which Auto Lifo .H."". or luti'noM
grow and obstacles come into Last Manuel Cardinal
Jesuit weekly magazine.. lie evidence. These obstacles summer will have a population of more HENRI A, MONTEAU
are Goncalves Certjeira of
than 10,000 Catholics The See
lV.II' 114" WAS TI Been I"TIIIIII'Tfta' numerous pamphletsfor understandable but painful Lisbon told a meeting study (1iJFire.ORELANDOLMRONTEAU, INC.
has 106 parishes
the at present ,
smut lr '_1., ._... _.. Paulist Press Yet it seems to us they can ing the foundation of the Catholic 31 W.lt_ Union lu'.W.nq
f..-,..., .,,..el.. to ... tmt- be overcome," the Pope con university that it would beopen some with over 30,000 pariah.ioners. 22MVII Tampa, FloridaTatnittktnaly
........ l IIII".1./.adr. ta <>.. Group sees Pope tinued. both and the .
I.... fcrra. rmlrli .......... us..r. to laymen
.. rmnnilMlMi. M .HKMlmral.unlimited VVTICAV CITY (M'-) "We must before all l renew clergy and located in Lisbon
_.1., M4 proriwllipHriill Pope Paul \I told a group of our adhesion to the faith, to instead of the older universitytown
l, M..t Mlri. .to x-H,I. for social workers that in work. Christ, to the Gospel, to grace, of Coimbra Earlier, efforts put tejertitr and aftrartfvtf/ reused by F**.f C eIInOfI. Th:.
flint .hl..r..rlk... Ow. .. ing among the poor they must to the inspirations of the I Holy were made to restore a Is s valuable end fiicinatmg, addition to American Church history" ,*
,v., ".m'. ... ..0111.... IMIi.4mmri see In the most miserable and Ghost. theological faculty at Coimbra out WNDAT VttlTOt. Ihgr.Jahfl S. K n.Jy.
... ., .. .
Writ ( .Nk.k.I
... "IM needy persons "a brother anda "We must pray, we must University, The faculty was
sister in Christ hope, that the Lord. will bring doted following the revolu- "The work
_... Mrly d much more fun" a bJogrtpfcy" of tile Rebel ithep.
1 ernp.r0&p..IM In an audience this week back to the world and to the tion which made Portugal a It ft worth r..d1flg in foil for .n undg of C.thoIOC'IIWpoe.tlorllfl: ttrfy
I.e_ with the Austrian "Save a Church the great Joy the republic in 1910. day A-.I(..*

Life" group, which labors great fortune of seeing all Several years ago, the Car. MIAMI HERALD Jeanne (*_*".., .

I I II r.t :. of:.:_ants among the poor, he praised who love Christ reunited in dinal noted that a Church-
their great work of Christian the unity of the faith," he sponsored university has beta "AH S> *"w.h' b Indtbtei to f.dw fennon for moving' Wot t/PIt. TVo
; : .1-1 ,"'(:.1=_ love. said.Subscribe. a hope of the Portuguese Bishops i W\IdINfIt of Bxrep V.roU" Mo and caw In the 267 peget of ii'. book make
uuUuuu. u u.u..uu..uu for a long< time but that oM. Bhop' an client place to rwtf Itse fnjndvborn prelt it hovM
," mlde' ev.e..eaoe. '''''''''n" "" "n nn" ,'" no., priorities for seminaries new ( "d a piece en' many a local book ihlf

I 11 churxhes, primary schools SAVANNAH MOaNING NEWS Frank Rower

1 I nowe4NN.N.ttttttttttta..e. and Catholic action organization
had delayed concrete -

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