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 29, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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( ) Paul VI has named 17 archs headed the list of appointments bishop Lorenz Jaeger. Archbishop Aft scan nation of Upper Volta.

1'OLVI, No. IS Orlando Florida, ( in the College of Car. At the lop was Thomas t'ooray 0 :\11.I He raised four Priests
103. Pope Paula first ap Melkite-rite Patriarch MaxI. Archbishop Josef Reran, Archbishop to the Sacred College-Monsignor
more than a year and mot IV Saigh of Antioch. Roy, Archbishop Joseph Cardijn of Belgium,
,>d At the first Cardinal createdby Martin founder of the Young Christian *
one from the United
J. Shehan of Baltimore. Pope rnul, he has certain Also, Archbishop Owen Me- Workers organization;
U.S. honorary privileges: such at Cann, Archbishop Leon IXival Mon iy or Journal a theolo
: to their rank at a con- celebrating the annual commemoration Archbishop Krmenegildo: Flo- get J the first Swiss to

of the Pope's lit, Archbishop Franjo SeHT| 1 Cardinal modern .
indicated that he plans to coronation In St. 1'rlrr'i ba Archbishop John I II l If nan, IKV yf. they Bevilacqua
the close of the ecumeni silica. Archbishop Jean Vlllot Arch an (< yr< Father who is
Archbishop on September 14. Named also from Eastern bishop I'aull.oun.rana. the Pofe's ePQ friend and ae.romranl .

by a Cardinal whose Arch Rites were Marontte Patriarch Also, Archbishop Shehan )JO the Holy
to the Sacred College in. Paul Meouchl of Antioch Archbishop .Knrlco: Dante fend in 1fi\. : l'%
BALTIMORE (NC) mutual esteem and and Coptic Patriarch Stepha Archbishop Cenare Z. r b a, >rl di Vlgnals,
-Archbishop Lawcrcnce J. live good will Je the death of Pierre Car. nos I Sidarousi of Alexandria. An-hbwhop Agnelo I foul the domo, a top
The order of Giovanni official of th*papal house-
Gerher 17. precedence of Archbishop Colombo
on January
Shehan Cardinal-elect of
"Our nation of the bold
new Cardinals is the following Anhbislwp William Conway
Baltimore, spoke to the beartedneits lope Among those named was a : Bishop Angel llerrera y Besides the Kastern-rtte patriarchs .
press Monday: speaks, is being << Canadian, Archbishop Man- I'atrlarch Salgh, Patriarch Urla. another Asian on the
"Needless to say I am as a great nation ,' rice Roy Of Quebec Meouchl Patriarch Sui.irouss Also, Monsignor Fcdcrlco" list was Archbishop Cooray
the finest Ideals of Three Eastern Rite Dim! I., of Colombo, Ceylon
immensely gratified that His patrl- Archbishop Josj Sip! 'i t. Arch Callori di Vlgnale, Monsignor
Holiness Pope Paul VI has erty and International Joseph Cardijn, Monsignor There was a Latin American

chosen to honor the premier "My most ardent Charles Journct and Father .\rl'hhlshop Rossi of Sael'sulo
Catholic diocese in the United Clulio Hevllaoqua. llrazll.
this occasion is that L
States by naming me, the
member of the Sacred Three
prelates were chosen The countries of others
12th and the hum.
Archbishop and servant of the y to be Cardinals from behind named were
ble successor of (James) Cardinal e
Peace I may make the Iron Curtain, Archbishop Archbishop Jaeger of Paderborn .
Gibbons, to the Sacred
of Cardinals lofty mission of the / Reran of Prague, Csethosloakla Germany; Archbishop
contribution worthy of \ ; Archbishop SrH| >r of Martin of Rouen France;
"Coming on the final day loved Baltimore and (: ) Zagreb, Yugoslavia; and Archbishop McCann of Cape

of the Church unity octave. \ Slip)] of Lvov in Soviet Itussla. Town, South Africa; Archbishop -
the appointment bears a particularly "
iV I Duval of Algiers, Algeria .
pleasing Archbishop Reran was released ,: ; Archbishop Klont of
"As Is generally the
cast after 14 years of Internment Florence
i \
with recognitions of this sort,
In October, l3! \ but Also> Archbishop Ileenan of
whether be civil
they or \ I has not been! allowed by Westminster, England; Arch-
churchly the arduous labors I t
and unsung generosity of e s Czechoslovakia's communist bl hop'lIIot of Lyons ,
rulers) return to his See France; Archbishop Pant,
many other persons honored.are being Anhbishop SllpyJ was freed secretary of the Congregation

simultaneously ) after 17 years in soviet prlwrns of lutes Archbishop Zerba.
"In the ( the i
present case
in February, Lull'! and hsssince secretary of the Congregation
Holy Father la giving tributeto
been residing In Home. of Sacramental' Discipline;
an the devoted Catholics
Pope' Paul nsmed theChurch's Archbishop Colombo of Milan
both lay and Religious, of this
second Negro Cardinal .
Archblnhop Conway of Arm.
historic see as well as to our I
Archbishop Zoungrana agh: Northern Ireland and
brethren of other faiths
many \V.Iof Ouagadougou! capital Bishop llerrera y Orla of Malaga .
hspreserved Mary.land' +: of the newly Independent
historic traditions of y

Condolences 43 natio ns willrdinals

Pope Paul M sent the follow.
!rag telegram to the widow of fA have Cat
Sir Winston Churchill':
"We express the sentimentsof 21.'j

our deep condolences on the VATICAN CITY (NC- When the new Cardinals
death of your beloved husband
Sir Winston Churchill, a f._ ; named by Pope Paul VI are> raised! to their rank at the

great statesman and inde- ..,: ,. connlstory on February 22 the Sacred College will haveCurtain
fatigable champion of liberty, a record 103 members from
.f Independence and peace, .... ",:, building sot Englewood 43 countries.A will have five Cardinals .
instead of two
and we give to you assuranceof : .
'j. number of nations will\ be The 27 Cardinals
our prayers that God may this week muter of ceremonies at a dedication new com
comfort you and your family Archbishop of represented' In the college" for from 21 countries including
earth In breakfast"
that followed)
; Floyd Potter .
in your sorrowful bereave- the first! time Including Cey all from Italy, which will continue
meet." Shehan at which builder; Father italic; MonnlgnorOeorgn lon and three African slates- to have the largest num.
construc W. Cummings! jwatop of the l her of members In the Sacred
.,. pariah Epiphany church of Venice, and Man- Upper' VoKs, Algeria and' theItrpuMic College. with 32. Two new

Winston Churchill : on the oc signer Chariot I.. F.lnlandfr: V.F., pastor of !South AiresSwltrrrland members come from France
will have Its first
I Gen and sine from Spain, which
Major of St. Martha pariah In Sarasota
Cardinal In rmxlern timestither
will tie tied for second placswith
who was
by Archbishop of -- .----- ---- -- nations not rrprnrnled seven each.Besides .
In the present college' that the rountrles mm-
I4)\IHN) (>C) -Cardinal-designate John | will hate a Ordinal fulluw. tifllll'd. Inll each .( the new
I Archbwhop of Westminster has written to lady killed Ing the rnniUliiry are I:n(< Cardinals rmrs from Ihs

expressing hi!* sadnM at the death of her Und, )'uu' ,l"U, Cferhanlitlakls nlted Males, Canada, Scull

has preached a sermon in krslne, Syria, Uhsnos ( ermany, llelglum end Irt-
minutes to do full I and Kjtt: ,
praise of the late Prune his memory still on rise The new ajiH.inlments| will (land.

Minister Only a master of .: I raise (he number of Cardinals J'o i* Paul hag Increased the

Archbishop I Keeftan, who. an artist M words i ; j from Africa from cite to live.Ails number of, Eastern-rite Cardinals
( ) reaches] here of the mur. Urncrilss 11I1t"h"p, .".
was named a Cardinal a day man we mourn could' will have three more from two to six There
rebels Their deaths bring to 29 the ] are now Cardinals of the
later, told Lady Ctarchin 1 last picture worthy el his prlnrrs I of tie Church firing
historic character It that 103 Catholic! mis- number of Sacred Heart ra. I ing Its total from sin to nine'. Armenian Syrian Msronlte,
Sunday that but for the wartime ftrient to say Congo since It achieved there killed In the Coru':' <>, <,wluls nations brlnnd the Ii'!un 43, bark page
leadership of to Winston graphical I that but the summer of 1!00. Of

"we might Mst today IM Ilea Chun hill you ", 67 were Priests 11 were 'l
free to worship God nor to now be la those b c.. ) ,

thank valiant Kim a teftnosr far raising" up so I n this pulpit ..... nine Dutch members. iv

Mhes the sail
At a church usury service I ia Their deaths t....... lie
n.'ht'C the light
Westminster cathedral, the I >er of White Factors
don thrMiikosI K: s : E
Archbishop said: rhirrhHJ resolutely bt the CoMe te 11. ;
"1 want in the lame of the him The deaths were nyofts t
Catholics of this .
pay humble tribute to the "He faced ...,. to Home after ese..
great man who died' this migkueet array of .,.. ( from the Congo to tin
morning It would not be. possible er that bee peer ... ( ....
in '*>" Ira< "' a (few this small Island I I. The Verona Fathers. also re-

*1e.l that Father l.nsirj

M ) Meyer W F was ta*.... 1
Another White Father *..
"' from Uybe, they. sets). i
\ .. loon Ledewyeks alt

Area. l......

?: They slso' refwrted that
war VM r.., W P..
Tf taken by ,rebels. a ....
>\ ta Aru. the c.,.. ,He
.. bee ill Ml bid wfcsN ttw

"e s took over l.ayb.*.

Klsjht tI the ales dead I*.
fteart r'ath r --a ....
asMl seven l'rle. .4s were
r ta RaM.4e .h the
... ..... The midis
at Maoism. m the Hawtey- ,
u arrhshorese srcerelMsf to

.SMSSM news bMry,

TV 4*.4 .fas H.f.i..s4e
Catholic Charities Sunday ,. E athef hedare. ..

". M. father fo.aoei
F. T J I.rtam M"Wilt F. Smith! .., <7. f .... r JM*..- vie
," t "f 'e cer.'rai of!.;-. '. f I:&H."uc MM****', (7. falser At Bishop Konny, Jacksonville
... ............ n. father
the! IV ilunttre Bureau was in executive f'.lI1.t "I Itohop K"'i.ir''f II.41( 'e': a f. i Mary J<- him, vlreprmlirot .
Orlando shut week to plan for special (>ices> for iMto ktrtrUten.M..|.r M.M Father; !a- .....,1.l Father XfurtMnrr l_uahrr4lsrusne ,, i'h' *.,. Dsnah..r s roncluskma

pabUrtty t.. t* gtw to U* aswssJ nfl > ease SB ; \ee.les. X and Me..gem progressi' mad s< h,..vrmente" ere summed up In. thin Iswue In a special

td for fh.nti* m the DttoBsr. Contttntg C1w1bte : Aria Awb.s.deeg. II. with student firvrrnment l It .> ITS. Hi. h igc:lurid frature oa page said .

with has ....* lather Vsscne. FeBniary. .4 All ltMita set tsthrr Brtioett, prtsvkot of tile tu>JA'nle



.,- Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. %9, 196.

Catkoltc Florida Reports e I r Holy Name Banner-----I I

r' e ,
JacltionvIIte ed by the Priests of the Marge Carrol as cochairman Sarasota month congratula
parish are due Charles P.
Past presidents of the Catholic (Juccn of MartyrsApproximately as sec- Jam,,
The opening will follow the 100 ladies Hansel on his / J.
Woman's Club of Jacksonville St. Thereto
will be the honor 12:10: p.m. Mass on Sunday, Father John I'uskar has announced were In attendance at the day ond vice-president most ably as Charles West T ,: \lduIiU.
7. Masses Mon.
February on
pests\ at the annual luncheon a change of Mass of recollection on Tuesday, president In : DheelaaPrr.ldre
Coast deanery .
day and Tuesday, February .
for February 8 in schedule January 19. Father John
planned and location. A
8 and 9 will be at 7,8 a.m. and 1961-'62 and as diocesan
Wells of St. !
luncheonwill Margaret Mary
St Augustine The house has been in '
purchased 64,1 know that
devotions marshall
12 10
m Evening ,
served at the Hotel p parish in Winter Park was
be St. Petersburg at 4265 13th .
including sermon will beginat & he ii of great help In his new "1i18
Ponce de Leon dining room Avenue North the retreat master
and has been
5:15: p.m. on all three office assumed last ,
The with
America began morning
to day
after a pilgrimage converted In to. chapel. I the West Coast
evenings Devotions will closeon and urge
'i Oldest Mission Tuesday, February 9, with Masses are at 8 and 10:30 on prayers, conferences, and and Southwest deaneries to equally sharing in the easier
Mass will be offered for the private meditation The
Sundays him often as they well as the harder hours
Benediction of the Most call on as as
pilgrims from Jacksonville at The has took part in the Mass offeredat
chapel been named
Blessed Sacrament. can he likes work. The men recite the Officeof
10:30 a m at the rustic altaron St Therese. 11:30: a.m. by Father Wells the Most Blessed Sacrament .
) the grounds of the Missionof Each day special prayers The afternoon schedule con 1 Per capita tax for 1965 is
Nombre de Dios Monsi- will be offered for unity of TampaThe sisted of a visit to the Blessed now due and should be sent in English. takes
4 about twenty five minutes
gnor Harold F. Jordan, spiritual Christians. Saleslan Sisters Of St Sacrament, followed by the to your deanery president. The rest of the hour is devoted
director of the club, Father M J. Kelly Issues John Bosco welcome their litany of the Blessed Virgin, -
should be payable to private and public praj.er '.
planned for the pilgrimage cordial invitation to all to attend newly-elected provincial The and a final conference l Checks
which will be led by Mrs J. these Devotions and joinin Very Reverend Mother Lydia The day concluded with to the Diocesan Union of Holy The society is probablythe
Carini F.M.A Benediction I of the Most Name Societies. Tax is $1.00 most richly endowed with
Reedy Brown, president. prayers for reunion of The appointee
the Christians succeeds the former provincial Blessed Sacrament Riven by for every member who paid spiritual privileges and indulgences
Christ King
P. Moran of dues in 1964. and has been credited
the Very Reverend Father Joseph
Father Michael V. Gannon Holy Rosary Mother of The most difficult part of with tremendous accomplishments .
the Theresa Casaro pre. Our Lady Queen Martyra ,
was guest speaker
A Novena in honorof writing this column every .
special sently stationed in Varese, parish
regular meeting of the Guild the Blessed Mother will beheld Italy. rather Wells chose as his month is starting. Once started Headquarters are at 194

of Christ The King Catholic at Holy Rosary Church, subject for the one-day re it usually becomes easieras East 76th Street. New York,
Church Arlington on Thursday Ten with Holy Name
10021 and National
February 2 to February 11. treat-"Chrlst in the Blessed years it progresses.: That also N.Y. Di.
night, January 21, in the Father John Shultz CSSR. Sacrament applies to most of us in all rector Father Hector C

clubhouse Father G.n non will conduct the nine successive Father said, "We must Father W. Thomas Larkin has accepted an our activities. A similar principle Lemieux S.S.S.. is most anxious .

gave interesting highlights of" days. Father Shultz is a illnlhetLydl visit the Blessed Sacrament, award from 10-year-old pariah Holy Name Society is observed with a car to render every assistanceand

his book "Rebel Bishop very prominent Redemptor1st receive the Sacraments frequently in Jacksonville The president, Al Martin, it takes greater force to furnish complete infor

and afterwards held a question excellent speaker and and pray constantly, presents the memento to Father Larkin in recognition start or stop it, than it doesto matlon. lie visited many partsof

and answer period and former teacher of philosophyand Carini for prayer is the source of of his 10 years as the spiritual advisor of keep it moving. In physical Florida last year, includ

autographed copies of the sacred eloquence at the life hereafter. Our faith Is the society In Arlington. science, this is called inertia ing Orlando. 'I

book. Catholic University Washing. based on love of Christ, and -- and it requires an external I wish everone could hate
Mri Jack Morgan request ton, D.C.Open heaven is a place of love" force to overcome it, heard his stories of the
ed volunteer workers for the Human inertia is differentin pray. fens
All Saints Home for the Aged. house at Holy Rosary Born In Brockton, Massachusetts Orlando Pope criticizes Sfafe begins that it doesn't require an answered and favors .:
School will be held Sunday, the Mother Provincial granted through Nocturnal
Mrs. Robert Daughton chair. external force to overcome it
January 31, 1 .m. to 3 .m. attended local St CharlesSt of Adoration.
p p public
of the of Pub work
man Apostolate press coverage tight against (although that will often
This Charles Parish CouncilIs ,
provides an opportunityfor schools and after some yearsin
lic Opinion, gave a report on very well, 1 e. a parent's hand At our regional conventionin
the Sisters and lay teach the business field enteredthe a "march of
TV movies. Mrs Mary Agnes er to become better acquaint. Salesian Congregation at cards" Friday afternoon council session smut sales properly applied). A motivating Daytona in October, a very
Forgarty, spiritual develop. thought is sufficient,
ed with the Refresh. 5 and fine panel presentation on the
parents North Halcdon, New Jersey February Saturday
ment chairman, gave a readIng and is the usual force, suchas
ments will be served by the The provincial received her evening, February 6. Members VATICAN CITY (NC>)> BOSTON (NC>)>-Massachusetts Nocturnal Adoration Societywas
on the new Mass. Parents Auxiliary in the reception BA. from Jordham Univer of the Council who are Pope Paul VI criticized sec has started an all-out the desire to support our given by Richard ODon-
The parish dance will be an ular of the ecumenical family impelling us to work. oghue of Christ the King society
press coverage
room. city and her MA from the acting as hostesses will open war to rid newsstands of obscene -
event of Saturday, January Plans are now being made Catholic University of America their homes to small congenial council third ses literature described as Most of us have far greater in Jacksonville and Thomas

30, in the Southside Women'sClub for the annual card party Washington, DC groups who would like lion and called on Catholic "easily available for teenagers capacity for activity, both Meehan of Cathedral societyin

beginning at 9 p.m, and benefit show sponsoredby to play bridge or other card newsmen to help remedy the and anyone else who mental and physical If we St. Augustine

Chairman and cochairmanfor the Altar and Rosary Society Daytona BeachSt. games of their choice Eachof situation, has the money to spend on It." can vercme our inertia When Father Lemieux visited

this affair are Mrs. of Holy Rosary Church, Paul the hostesses will serve her The Pope spoke at an audience State Attorney General Edward in Orlando last year
Robert Fritch and !Mrs, to be held March 1, In the At a meeting of St Paul's choice of refreshments granted to the executive Brooke instituted a two- The best motive wt can every Holy Name Society in

James J, Prosser, Johnny Army Reserve Center on Catholic Women's Club held Anyone wishing to attend committee of the Italian part plan designed to stem have Is the realization that the area was represented at

Jelinek Band will be featured. West 41st Street. recently Father James F. either or both parties may Catholic union of the press. the flow of "rotten pornographic our only purpose In life, the the meeting, St Charles par.

The first Saturday will be General chairman for this Herlihy of St. Brendan's call l I Mrs William lied, books" reason for our creation, is to ish has now organized a Nocturnal .

observed February 6 by event Is Mrs Clyde King with Church spoke to the group on Ml 41707, for further Information Pope Paul told them that know,. love and serve God society and their nightof
members attending the 8:30: Mrs Ethel Lind co-chair. "Sacramentals" He stated the so-called "great press"Iho".d Ills first step Involves and w* can only do that by adoration is the first Fri.

Mass in a body, man. The groups in charge of that Sacramentals, such as a lowering of tone In "guldellnrs" for local police making maximum use of the day. Congratulations to Kip

St. Cecelia Circle will sponsor the various duties Include: Holy Water and Ashes, are \('CS reporting the third session. departments Investigating talents lie gave us More Winslow who, as president of

a card party In the club Holy Family Circle Our extensions of the Sacraments. The National Council of Instead of stressing the cases Involving distribution things than he ever dreamedof St Charles society, initiatedit

house on Thursday, February Lady Katima Circle, St Pat. They were started by the Catholic Nurses of Florida great light of the council debates and sale of obscene material. will be possible for the and to John Leitch who

11, at 8pm.Holy rick Circle. St. Christopher Church and work indirectly will I have a Communion and conclusions, he said, He said police will be instructed man who strives for this end. completed the organization
Name Society President while the seven Sacramentswere breakfast following the 8 Even Christ journey to
Circle Our Lady of Perpetual It devoted Itself to secondary in methods to prepare I'm sure visitors are welcome !.
Al Martin presented an Help Circle Our Lady of started by God and o'clock Mass at St James on aspects and sometimes Issued cases in court and they Calvary was made one step at at all of the societies
award to father W, Thomas work directly. A question and Sunday, February 7. Guest a time.
Lourdes Circle, Sacred Heart fantastic
absolutely reports will be told how better to op above and I that
Larkin of Christ the King Circle St. Joseph Circle, answer .period followed his speaker will be Dr Joseph that had nothing in common pose agencies which deal in Possibly the greatest devotion from neighboring hope many
parish, in recognition of his Lucille Garrett assisted by St talk Hynn All nurses are Invitedto with reality. obscenity to provide personal parisheswill

10 yean as spiritual advisorto Agnes Circle Mrs. Haynes !Mrs Frank J. Nelson reported be present. Pope Paul added that Catholic Brooke said the second partof sanctiflcation and the graceto attend.

the Society. Andrews, Mrs. Robert plans being completedfor Stare 0 journalists should workin his plan is a bill he has be a witness for Christ Is These men' are jiving Blip

The presentation took placeat Rhodes, Mr;. Eugene Kuhn the annual card party in the most convincing to filed in the legislature to the Nocturnal Adoration Society the answer lie was seeking,
the quarterly Communion and !Mrs\ Ethel Llnd February, !ht Edward: dissuade colleagues way who make It Illegal for magazine This is a unique organization when some 1900 years ago lie

Breakfast held on the parish The white elephant sale, A pizza supper will be heldon would rather stress exterioraspects distributors to force dealers In that It has no meetings asked, "Could you not watchone
grounds One hundred and St. Petersburg with Mrs?, Mary Urutkucr. in January 30 from 4 to 8 than to to take obscene literature in no dues no publicity hour with Me"

thirty.five men attended the Transfiguration charge, will be hold at the pm, In St Edward church the nature of try the capture order to obtain respectable It Is for men only. What is your answerT
breakfast Jim Fogarty was social center on February 3 hall, The Ladies Altar Societywill supreme
show will be .
A presented truths which attract and occupy publications for sale."Massachusetts Onre a month on a night seIrcted .
the and reviewed the and 4.
speaker sponsor the event.
at the February meet. the human mind. should the
: by pariah society,
early kins' life history that of lead Father to his Lar.becoming ing of the Women Guild of H* said that Catholic newsmen make it known that the distribution the members spend one hour St. PetersburgHoly

a Priest. Father's Transfiguration Church, ac. out of love for fellow and sale of porno In adoration and reparation

mother and sister were cording to Mrs Sidney J. human beings, always must graphic material will not be before the Moil Blessed Sacrament.

Conley, program chairman remain vigilant to use the tolerated in this common- Name
guests. Church
Refreshments wll be servedby best and most comforting wraith," Brooke said
Inunacul&ta ConceptionThe Mrs. John Stocker, Mrs methods of winning souls for Brooke said a number of There are a minimum of
Forty Hours Devotionswill Clarence Lawell and Mrs the Gospel. publishers have welcomed eight groups covering one JACKSON'SSHOES
be observed at Immaculate Charles Bodnar, Jr. prosecution because the hour each from 10 p m. to
Conception Church, Du. All the ladies of the parish The Pope called not only for 'banned in Boston" tag increases 6pm. The groups rotate so

val and Ocean Streets, Jacksonville and their friends are invIted. more Catholic journalists but an objectionable publication that they cover a different DON
also for better Catholic BARDELLA
and will be conduct- The meeting, which will be publications 's sales tremendously hour every month, thereby
lie recommendedthat
held Tuesday February 2, at Mn9r.
8 m. In the social hall, will M newsmen keep' in clone William J. McCarthy, former Missioners freed
p 441 I C nlr"l Are IU.IJII
St. PetersburgDANIEL be preceded by the recitationof touch with their Bishops and chairman of the stale svbtcene ,

the rosary at 7:50: p.m. in Church organizations literature rommls- ROME (\C>)>-Tu of three
sloe said becott Is
the church. a only
Verona missionaries who were
Closes cathedral
T. WINTER & CO. Final plans will also be announced way to rid the newsstands of being held by rebels in the "

Hoipitit-' School Bonds at this time for the VNSULLK tNC( >)> Assumption obnoxious materiaL Congo have been releasedand IcI;;
403 Florida Theatre Bldg. annual Communion breakfast [ i cathedral here has He asserted "Public apathyis hate arrived !In Rome.
which will be held Sunday, __ been closed The last Mass In to blame The people just They are Father Pasquale
St. Petersburg March 7. the church was offered on don't care and they don't Merlone and Brother Mario, /eajy

Phone 162.0111ALPINE St. Joseph Try this kitchen treatFor January 17 by Bishop Henry seem to be aroused at whatis Arpanl The third. Father :

J. Grlmmelsman who alto happening around them," Ftrdinando Colombo was at /

A dessert by St.card Joseph's party,Guild sponsored folks who love blueberries cream If jou prefer, preached the final sermon He expressed disappointmentover last report still in rebel.held Ps4rnbarry

-an J who doesnt- Blueberry cookie torte The church, erected in 1870, rebuffs received In some territory
will be held in the parish hall it's perfectly all right if I r<.:" ,..r, .'.4 bllll.,.",,k was designated as the cathedral state courts in his attempts The two released! mission. 4441 ft* 3 at 2025 Lakeview South at ..
The all nw Nursing Horn 1 on February, 13 Refreshments they're served morning, I en"MI.. .'10.' II') bluttwrrjp when the Evansville dio- to prosecute violators of the rrs who belong to the Sons
for the finest lit Nursing p.m noon and night, no matter 11. 1IIIInjf cede was created In 1944: It obscene' literature lawCompanion of the Sacred Heart of Jesus,
Hem Care. will be served what the form, so long as Cut rookie" dough Into was sold to make way for a usually known as the Verona REN A CAR
867-6S7J Donations are one dollar and there are blueberries in slices \..Inch thick. Place proposed Evansville civic Fathers said they had been

3456 21st Ave South the public la Invited. abundance) Most popular cookie" slices in the bottomof center Holy Trinity Churchin dies mistreated by rebel troops RASEyOUL
Ladles of K o(0
on our list Is this blueberry two 9-inch round cake the downtown area has but protected by rebel off).
The Ladies of the Knightsof torte, made with a roll of pans that have been been designated as the pro- lUMtR: : (Requiem cers They were captured laAugust EAR fgOMROBELuAs

Columbus will hold a dessert ref r 1 gerated butterscotch greased, lined with wax pa. cathedral pending construction Mass for Sister Rita, a former at Ndedu

Edouard C. CraigCwriratter card party February 13, nut cookies that are ready l her greased and floured. of a new cathedraL close companion of St Frances Father Colombo who was

and, Dtefrlbuter from 1:30: to 4:30: p.m. at the for slicing and baking, and Bake at 350' for 15 to 20 Xavter Cabrini. was offered reported to be in Watia and

foe K of C ball 1700 Central canned blueberry pie filling minutes until light golden 5th anniversary January in the chapel: in good health has been In
Avenue, St. Petersburg Donation of Queen of Heaven Orphanage S 1.8 3 TIAL
brown Cool 10 minutes, r.- rebel territory since last summer
Yd 1.4.6 CMtmfe
and** TiU" is one dollar. Chairman The canned filling Is a move from pan. Cool. Z.r.RF.n.'O"olllla (NC) The 82-ear-old nun died when rebels arrived at VASES ,

l7-14fl St.Moult$.. 347-4101* will be Mrs. Helen staple item we'd hate to be Spoon 's can pie filling -The tomb of Alojuje Cardinal here at the orphanage she his temporary mission ..tTor. Pa... 60N Mi 55061e1.1673us
Ytoolums assisted by !Mrs. without, for here are berriesat over bottom cookie layer. Stepinac of Zagreb is still helped build .. a.a irlrn aevel

their best, picked at their Top with second layer and being decorated with fresh Born In Genoa, Italy, In --
peak, sorted and canned remainder! of filling, Spoon Towers and visited by many 1883, she came to the United .

Fowler & Payor Inc. ready to favor a myriad of Cream Cheese Topping Yugoslav citizens. States in 1ft*. la lasso, on her0th
deiserts The cookie crut around outer edge of blue Cardinal Stepinac died February < anniversary as a Religious Cameo Dining Room

General Insurance layers for this torte are rich berry filling. Chill Serves 10. 1.iO. in the villas she recalled how a .,.*!....
and crisp mad by arrangIng Ito8. of Krastc in north Croatia friend coated her to go see h .w.4.EDWARD .
121 Ninth Street, North 196-1111 St. Pet.bur94V2 the sliced cookie dough Cream cheese lopping here he was confined by the Mother* Cabrini. the ItalUo- O JAMES HOTEL

side.by'side In cake pans Blend *4 cup cream, 3ot.pkag Jugoslav communist govern born foundress of the Missionary ........ .....-.. -..... ..,- ...
It's a dessert that Is quite softened cream meet after his release from Sisters of the Sacred c...... ._
easy to prepare and certainto cheese and 2 tablespoons prison in 1951 People here Heart saying "I remembershe ........ e...,, ...... .-..

be enjoyed The cream powdered sugar beat until regard the prelate as a martjr asked me if I would join IITM Gail BI.4VTr...mu.r. |assnu.>UM Ml. rt-M':*l
cheese topping\ adds a party firm Fold in 1 teaspoon and a holy man. His tomb her order. M*, a 17 year-old
% look to the torte or use a grated lemon rind and 1 is located behind the main girl from the Italian slums."

crown of sweetened whipped teaspoon\ lemon juice altar of the Zagreb cathedraL
Nawo5latn J. t.. blvd
ON NEW Approves causes

CAR LOANS ; congregation\TICVN CITY of rites(NC-Th has ended *- : &* mBttNKJi

; that a Spanish missionary

THE NATIONAL BANK -1J: N Union Trust Company Bishop and a Lebanese mock. sw alt
Bishop Czechic! Morena Dui
*! ANV
ANS) 111 CO
::: and Father Sharbel Uaklhouf.
ILYD. t 'iK AVENUE NORTH fere.IK.e .plea
.... 'b., FDIC. practiced virtue to a heroic h... sa... a e.M a,,. ..,"
.. .
GREATER WEST ST. fETERSIURGS UAOIN6 BANK i r.... Mew ... .. (0lO .4 R.NM a1M1 MM degree la their lives in the 5.. u" ... .....s 5.es 5 f ace. aps.ire
l latter IJta century

II .

.. ...... Three The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan 29, 1965
Mass \' ----" ... .. -' -
facing people '"' '
,' ....... .. .1
I".t, the, : '} < P"rJ .1' i
;.t Head of unity apostolate
I I '

B. gives rise i .' : ttl,"u.; \,.. accents positive results I

.iIItA -' I

I to interest in gesturesFather ) MUNICH (NC) German-born Augustin Cardinal

Boa S.J. has been urging his listeners here to strew the

\'.::7-4 positive accomplishments of the Second Vatican Council,

Henry J. Miron, a diocesan biblical scholar, the fact that the entire \ especially the decrees on the Nature of the Church, on I

I hu written this article, another In the series of the new Church, represented by the the Eastern< churches and on ecumenism He Is the president .

liturgy.Biblical Institute Father in Miron pursued graduate study at the to praying the Father parish the offers Sacrifice anew of t 0 asp of the Secretariate for Promoting Christian Unity.

Rome. -:.__....... His Son through the means .\\ lie told a German radio calmer and more objective
symbol and established by His Son. ( i I audience, January 20, that he
IMAGERY ,, Judgment now and it is to be
gesture form A gesture which also sees ,..),,> was "very content" with the hoped/ that people will forget

the language of revelation and Father its origin in the Jewish synagogue ,+r _-z multi of the council's third feelings created by partialImpression.

worship. Thus, centuries ago and Temple service is session.In and will look at

when the infant Christian Henry J. the practice of the Priest Groetings from Roman RotaThe an earlier talk two days the broad lines of the total
Church attempted to express praying with his arms ex. More, he spoke to an audience ork.w"

human language what faith Miresknow tended. American Dean of the Sacred Pope Paul VI received judges lawyers of 3000 persons in the

saw in the person and workof Practically all of the Roman Rota, Monsignor Francis J. and officials associated with the German Museum, telling I Ecumenical relations between

Jesus Christ, it used such prayers ef the Priest are recited Brennan of Shenandoah addresses the judiciary of the Church the' Pontiff thorn among other things, Catholics and Orthodox
hate moved f forward rapidlyIn
that the doctrine of collegia-!
analogous titles as Lord of IB this position. This Holy Father at an audience where praised the work of the Church courts. the he said. The
Lords Saviour, Redeemer. little of the significanceof ty as contained in the Church past year,
the normal of
was position Orthodox the council he
('(constitution has not changedthe ,
the image. A case in point
The early) Christians' model prayer in the early Church dogma of rpI111nfalhbllI. said made a "drclsKe c n.trlbutlo. .
is the of the
use symbol
was Christ Himself Did lie "shepherd." and we presene this gesture Washington (letter'National ty laid down at the First Vatican ." to the approved de.
sot the In a rather formalized way in
express eeserete Council. "The often complained ere oa ecumenism
reality e( Ills nature and Is It aot true that the pastoral the liturgy today. -about events" In the

work by terming Himself the audience te w h e m Moreover, this should serve final days of the third session Listing ether councilachievements

Shepherd the Way. the Christ spoke derhed more to remind us of the antiquityof origins'aw/ may changePRESIDF.'T of the Second Vatican ecumenical Importance which I have Car.
Truth the I
meaalsgfal undmUnd-
the Mass and its connection Council he said should be dmal flea called special attention .
This is as It should be since Ing from this symbol than we with the Temple and Lyndon B. dents of the I'nlted States ala Europe and the Orient. No seen in this light. to the doctrine of col.

the human mind and heart ef the 20th century she are synagogue services of ancient call to congress given time. Once the quotas attempt was made to base selections In his radio talk, Cardinal leglality and to the discussions

ever seeks te make more understandable geared te a technological rather Israel whose descendants, to eliminate the "na were based on the census of upon skills\ the prospective Bra said: on mixed marriages as

the divine reality than an agricultural entironment the New Israel, are. irons! origins" provision from IINO. Since 1924 they have immigrants might "Fortunately, there Is a contained In the draft statement .

; which is the Christ ? In connection with this, the our immigration law may been based on the census of have or what they had to on matrimony,

The mind. In attempting to All this is used to Introducesome practice of praying with folded have come in the most favorable It:.. offer the U.S.Prf'lldent The latter statement, he

penetrate the veil which Ideas about the gesturesand hands is somehow tracedin climate this proposal has Alwa>i it was apparentthat Herbert Hoover Pontiff receives said, "contains very positive

separates God from man. the images used in the lit its beginnings to Byzantine ever encountered. There is already an effort was being madeto as a former secretary of commerce constructive proposals," and

transcendent from the finite, urgy. court practices; a fact that evidence, however, admit more people from and a famed relief administrator symbolic lambs he added that. "there Is a
the influence of that it will meet with had firsthand and .
points up opposition. good founded hope
must vie imagery and symboL The liturgy attempts to express some places, notably northern
nonreligious actions upon the knowledge of the quota sys that It will bring rich fruits
Our ,, : than from other
minds Europe
being maturely through word song,
ceremonies of the Mass tem's defects and sought Its VATICAV: CITY (NO-A) sown"
cannot contain in this and gesture a very real The move for repeal Is decades places, notably southern delegation of officials from
In 1929. He
repeal was
Wo the full reality of the substance event: the presentation of Another example is the old and Impressive successful.Already. the archbanllca of St. John 1'ardlnll said. Catholic

of God. an act once performed in history practice of genuflection as a argument!: have been made Lateran name's cathedral relations with non.Catholics
-the death and resurrec sign of reverence and obedience In Its behalf.Spukrsmrn Teacher of C.I/ Senator A. Willis
repeatedly church live were advanced by Pep.Paul'i .
presented two
But in this there Is
a of has
Its is likew Robertson Virginia
: origin it>e to .
bon of Jesus Christ
for (the department Iambi I'.ul1 in trip 'In Bombay, India,
risk for the human. He be found in court practices of slated publicly that he opposes )
may become so familiar with The forepart of the Mass.entitled Middle Ages when knights, of Immigration of the named Rota judge changing the Immigration traditional ceremony on the last llreember,
National Catholic WelfareConference I
the image that he fail to the Liturgy of the said he feast of St. Agnes. .
may lords and ladies, curtsied to asked It law. He cannot He said these people! Intuitively
have for
recognize the Immense, Infinite Word, seeks to prepare us by their leige for VUICVV: CITV
meaning structured instruction to understand the Many seem to think that the jesri.So Monll nor Giovanni Abbo. a our national tradition. be used to make pallium, men that God has worked out,

beneath the image indeed, reality behind and beneaththe practice of the Priest "'ash have others, Presidents member of the faculty of sacred "Our American tradition Is garments worn over the shoulders but they have a right to expect

the image does not exhaust ceremonies The second ing his hand shortly after Including John F. Kennedy theology at the Catholic that the first American settlers of high officials during from Chrlitlans a wit.

the limits of the reality Justas part of the Mass, the Liturgyof finishing the offering of the have appealed( for it over the University of America In were, of Nordic stock solemn ceremonies.The ness to Christ that Is demonstrated

the top part of an iceberg the Eucharist makes present bread and wine has some connection years Always in the past Washington n. C., has been and came from Great Bri presentation! recalls he In Christian unity

reveals only a part of the under the appearance of with the action of Pilate proponents| of national quotas named a judge of the Roman tain." he said. Later he similarity between the name
massive ice.Moreover. bread and wine the reality of Hot, high Church court
at the trial of (hrllt.I. prevailed. noted. Immigrants came .f St. Agnes sad the Latin
the suffering resurrected and Horn on Drxember 27, 1911, .
from Germany and the Scandinavian
Some patriotic have ;JACKSONVILLEAtlantis
one groups word for
age may lamb-ainul.
glorious Christ.Strategically. at Monsignor
reality, hoarser, the because l'onlf'dallio. Italy, countries
Justly mo and understand an supported quotas
image whereas a later, more I Interfaced !gesture: was arlclnally as they professed to see threatsto Abbo was ordained on Senator Robertson said the Christian art for centurieshas

sophisticated generation may throughout the entire liturgy eminently practical ene. our national security and May 25, 1934. He studied at basic American tradition was linked Rome's popular

are prayers and gestures Intended In a document describing to what they regard as the the Pontifical Seminary for "broken In the early part of child.martyr with the lamb to Monument Ce.Irenio .

JACKSONVILLEExctJW when properly understood the practice of offering' Mats national I l tradition if the Juridical Studies In Rome and this century by some ruthless symbolize her purity The -Gr mt.-Msrble

i I to focus our attention In the papal court in Rome in quotas were abolished. Some has degrees, In canon law and Industrial magnates, who lambs were blessed previouslyIn e. &. .......-0._
era r.e..e a.enea..I
upon the reality of the lit the fifth century we are informed racial groups seemed to resent theologyIn brought thousands of workers a ceremony at the fourth .
February 19.17, he entered ....
urgy. that several Individuals the rising influence of the diplomatic from Southern Europe) to century Pailllca of St. Agnes ...... ..... e..... n II 0
Americans of oilier descent. break the back of a which stands over the saint'stomb.
In this, as in the spoken from the congregation service and on June 1 of that young
word mentioned above, there would bring to the attar! at Some argued that immigra he was sent to Riga, Lat and weak organized labor
will be the same implicit the Offertory. gifts of bread, lion increased our national via. II. served later as secretary movement" After their presentation to .r a.

risks; we are of another age wine and other items Someof unemployment problem of the apostolic delegation Rut Senator Freed r.ruf. the Pope) the lambs were ii No.CArl
and the history of the Matt these were wed at that There were some calls for taken to the monastery of L
u in Washington U. C. 'Ing of Alaska said the Presldrnl's '-
Mats others the suspension| of all immigration. Cecilia where the palllums "
an old one. Thus, some under ; were put aside tall for the abolition of -JfL ..
I standing of a few of the words for the care of the poor and !Moaslgnor Abbo's official will be made. The palllumswill -" err
and gestures may aid us to hungry title el the Rota will\) be thai "national origins"\: q a e' a s be kept on the tomb of ..... ....** rr .. n.in.v. ..
I penetrate more easily the At the fmlah of the ftffertery On (the ether .hand many .t prelate auditor "reincarnates what was long St. Peter until they are sent U_OH-lBMr.HK--all In I .....
responsible and ergaelzattaas the fundamental Americas
persona named Archhlahnpsas Joseph M..n., Mfr,
veil which the Auditors score of then- to newly
procession presiding
may separate us "
\: have 'lelt, asTretldrnt Mrs, Meal and practice,
I! from a belter participation in prelate would, of some neces Johnson told congress are Judges, all doctors in the a sign of their communionwith 353-7419

the Ma... any have to cleanse his That the national quota ology and canon taw, with a Senator Gruenlng said one the Pope and participation 2J4 W. Fonyth St
hands which bed gotten celled dean at their head The present or both parents "of at least In his power
"dors incalculable
"Amen" system
phrase used from handling M many drf. harm." dean of the court, which II members of the U,. senate
so frequently In the Mats isan
w ferent Hems The practicewas was art up In the 13th century emigrated to the U .1. I

ancient Hebraic-Aramaic' retained In the development "The procedure Imply I that and reconstituted by Pope( prior to the adoption of the > EA'S.TERL'IN' PHA'RMACV'

expression signifying community of the Mass Us original men and women from some Pius X In I'JIII.( Is an American present Immigration quota
Food consent to a prayer or an significance however was obviously cowrtrlee. are, )ut because of Monsignor Francis J, system In the 1920s." ..11..15. ........../eT/ra. ./.ill.__ .
action or the end of action. IN.a. r..em. I. .d t' M. '"
an discarded where they fOrM from, more Itrennan from Shenandoah, There Is reason to believe V.'. ..,... .. n.a.., ..._-. .N .... nth
Its u.. U important suice it There are other cords and deeiraMe than others. We Pennsylvania Another Amer- nail .....,.. i,.... .. I ales. 5,0"1
twO MOEKMMUl UJCA03MI: reminds us that the commu that because the President's ass ..__ .., ,.......
gestures which developed M have no right to disparage ken judge Is Father WilliamJ ..... .. ..
.. .... ... .. Duty offers and ratifies that party Is In control of 16 .u. .MYwyw
,steal 'LI/Nw. which is said and done. Our the practice of the Mate. But the sweaters of mUliimi of Doheny from Merrill, VUsconnui both houses of congress, because .
the principal\ point of departure our fellow AmeetoaM 'In IBIS there Is greater toler
\ 1 1U attention is thus centered on still remains true; the way I............ with a The Roman Rota Is a courtof ante today between groups of It', our Pleasure

Mass Is a greet reality ad number of cowrtrtee. and" first Instance appeal or different racial background\: to
serve .
Bring :Your Plans To Our the renewal of the meat 1 Important hcnre the sucrees of our final appeal" amending to the and because properly admitted you

1 Restaurant Equipment Discount House f fI event in human on foreign. pattcy, are wedlws- origin and history of the rase aliens are not regarded And our Responsibilityto

I r Wry impeded by Uti proposi- The Rota Is bound to give real threat to the nstlon's WELL!
.. ai a urn
11c oar f -- r '*.. M V-MMI a.M ,.. .- ..- you
I J T., e..-Hf M &uer: a..* frkla hen. reasons for Its decisions, unlike security, the prospect" Is
KM ledge .f acme ., he the Roman Hold George Washington
I HOTEL CHINA AND ftUSSWARE CO. IJef.: Images\: and symbols ewd Sow 40 years ago, Hrwe congregations.It stronger\: than ever that the
: IITICB west M. W, .., ii.l may ilrrittflwa Mr alleaiheat M MoMer. director<< of the is best known' as a court of.W4'.1 'national origins" system .nj tne
from diocesan courts
Matt but keow NC\vC department of hnmigratiMi. will be abolished.
l at ledge said "It..is regrettable In marriage canes. Since IV29 Roosevelt Motor Hotel
abuse will Ml set fke. the Roman Rota has also he >n
that official
expression 'ollt In C-/li.d
The words of the Old Testament has been liven t. the rem. the court of appeal from the For inauguration Oow/lt. JACKSONVILLE

still ring true today as pirate veto of the various civil and criminal tribunals of
the !Mate of Vatican City ISM: MOISM: (NC-nish-! )
1I'hI'II' they were uttered te an oatMMlsty and racial groups
(Officials at Catholic t'nlverstty op Ralph, L //I.)" of Haven-
ether generation A contrite. especially since UM dwistuns ere'fyr01WiC5COYeWI'sThPetipe/
said that !Monsignor port gave the tlmfdlc tine at
and humble heart 0 God, were based en such evidently. ,
.' Abta Is currently in Italy on the second term Inaugural C) tQ1C0
win DOt fetfite.RELIGIOUS errooewM conclusions
At Die time Mr Mahler a sebhattral leave which ceremony of low.'. Governor '
LO' mI[] S
BOOK spnke there was vigorous and started on September 1,1x,1) Harold Hughes. J 1It1C a

widespread disagreement as ..
1ic1w4 (lefty) tester J
Mr '.. *... J..*.. "Tire ...LIe1eaeeirlr.
hlrh the qweta system was
.. .., .o operated described by Vatican paper .._ --- r C,
f....' Tae .1.. tie ..ro.m. .
..- ..... o ..-., The "I I .rlel..." C ertS
... -. .- system admits Immlfrinls VATICAN CITY (NC) The nw private chapel! of ROME RrS11fl1NL
Paul VI dedicated last November Iin the Vatican,
Phone 72I44SSfly.i from s portlrslar eoonlry I h. Pope
p pre r1ie U the people from has been drM-ntm] by the Vatican City daily L'Ou rva. .

that ....trr the were rest- ton fiomaiM In an article and a full page of -holograph

Mild ,!'D/AsoO. :l EkfM and ample therhapel'e modfonI and rigwcov o>pw.

Hungary warned .. bright and airy ap.pesrace Lion of KtUrtmt A baa reM <

M adsievvd by the w fro* 01 the altar stows OF I EUROPE f fe

DOWNTOWN JACKSONVTUIrl tlt.NM; (NCl. The boas IIb.1 sin ef ......4 glee Mary lAd the ai>u UM at c
spa Red-nitod Hungary I.......... with p.f.. Paul &IfOLY UND c,
I"'E1 d.psrtri( HsMir! mesa M ,
have been. ..raid, by TartsMt- k..a.c. Ie prayer at )(."'s -
the well and cesloig fft{)
alms vaemle elsgicel. ergs ,....
el the HuafariM communist The' effect sneer ess g teL hssswotk. a d era. the cjTiMJC rmuiM\ :,

STIAU pearly to be wary ef taw ssstu .o..n....... .M that tt>efnnsMT Popes fakssiMl. and "*..Ie r ,...

Y. BU AmoncWl MEREST Pad d a._ ... no.... eire of ,.reactionary,.... ...an.d asi tern. which stead 1"at" UM rntov I'J
Tout Niae The publtrsitiMi reerhmgt pnrary" room ss UM Foe.* s ef Uw rh4..l. and brightly, J e AliTALIA4 I Cz o ,
t said the reectassunei' prate. .,.,....... .bet be- rehired **am l is wd en tic, /1tUNrS
.rI--- ptaa to attic k rentmwnwm en. tmt 'a ret/eat like awl.. ta4M>ma
BEACH BOULEVARD the bans of the sgreemeot met Iatrve mar. IIIIt apes fleocs are of UM same merbUM4 CsAthollo Travel Offices ( }

1 / d tarry .,jdd Lid &pteasher few to tte weed ad aniM of (Mia in the r0J4" former C) WASMINOTON CXIOGO 101 LONDON t DC5 J
-.rw..aa5..e..r fLJ the wield. ae Invitation to JUUa.
tWM1l Hungary and the Vatican. cathedral\ church at
a"w.wa/..... ..eweAMERICAN4JJ.J e1 r e r aia ew can e.eoar
It also declared that the IM eentewftotaeo of Ckvut la the rrpretotstatiM' of w CATMoiie TMvti Of ncgOueoH ei-

SinnVg DwwCasjsjg Buheps should DOt taut Out and HH Ckssrcfe Mary and Die apostles, ere of C) aide. eole$. WMAI",'*M, 0. C. 20034 < ht UM lit UM ba 4is
change hi teat of figures Hem W Italy's, (ise.t srt- send we yeuv Prue eb.h.ted IeC"tN". In
- -- STEAKS feraKy U the gaesvi. by .... and srtlptors, worked 1 ee Greek Ortbodne PautarchAiKo =M'wond oesseleg" Iiwem.q.s.

----04, SEAFOODSfWME Priests whkrb was s*>a4. ss the ehapL af.fas whom Pepe ,) ....... ..
the agreement CM be eHte Paul nut during last year's

mis f TK a.ms at tarian, .* Among the rise II '.ar.! v nit to the Holy lAnd- -a deli. Added cs

AMERICAN.zJ w::'Jl Cca'""..&j |<,..t w *k. are a \- ,> is -red *i'ar ate anuv. Demur ul I Ie the ,) cy/r..elwow. ..
: .. Y4Y eo: (/ w' : i b aa ebiifauoo iac in. r rut II LI and suimns! ef the Chur o's sew knitted ss ecismetuira. >
wi.rww Y
tat esj """ooe. U>e cross staled by a ew"./ .oeo.o.O.O cei C Ca.a



The Life of Our Lord God's world

Catholic CommentUniversal Holy Family finds havenin Learn destructive ss of fearthey I

caught In
- were a violent'
man sits In his car with storm. With their small

mission of Church Nazareth from Egypt A motor running and windows threatening to capsize at ship an,,

closed -closed exceptfor moment, Jesus dozed comfortably

WHERE did the Holy a narrow opening In one rather in the boat's stern

naming of 27 Cardinals from all tyrs, living and dead, who are the vie.tims go In Egypt. and window through which enters i Finally the panicked Apos'ic
THE of the world is obviously anoutgrowth of communism.The how did they live The second a hose connected to the car's Leo J. shouted at Jesus, "Master
question exhaust. An aged man fits a does it not concern thee
presents no thai
of the second great Trrl.rational.
council. naming Negro
of the ecumenical
base. "
problem. There was a Urge noose to his neck in the we are perishing
The appointment of Cardinal is often Cardinal to the College shows theChurch's Jewish colony there a mil- Frank J. ment of his son's home. A Immediately a great Cain!

intended in part as a tribute to a nationor great interest in the troubled lIon perhaps; and anywherein SbeedOur rr" teenage girl puts the muzzleof descended as Jesus commanded !!
continent of Africa and is aa well a the ancient world there was a gun In her mouth and the wind and thel'afS, I

an apostolic movement. sign of Her mission to all nations. work for a carpenter, pulls the trigger. A woman / "Peace, be still I"! Then He

Cardinal-elect Archbishop LawrenceJ Selection of prelates from the Eastern swallows half a bottle of and deliberate decision turned to His disciples, and

Shehan of Baltimore is a championof Rite is another overture towardour But where they lived we do sleeping pills.Whenever for sin would there must have been great
how requisite
not nor long theystajcd. we read or hearof
Catholic education as well as Archbishop separated Orthodox brethren. choose an eternal hell as a disappointment in Ills voice
such experience
an occurrence we
the nation's from a temporary as He asked "Why are you
of primatial see.
The sacred college of Cardinals is means of escape
of horror
a feeling ,
Not long, probably. They Lord must have had this fearful Are you still without
is to extent hell.
His appointment some a
truly representative of the mission of especially if the tragic victimis "
had in mind when lie told faith?
come to Egypt to escape episode who like to think of our.
tribute to our nation's great Catholic the knownto We
entire Church-educators, martyrs someone personally
Herod, and in 4 B. C. Herod the parable of the noblemanwho emotionallyand
educational We not horrified by selves as being There are many of us, also
system. great minds, missionaries. It is a us. are "
died. (We have already discussed went Into a far country to "normal. may
The selection of Cardinals from behind '- reminder to all of us that Christ, the error in dating receive for himself a kingdom the fact of death l' :elf. Whether mentally blamable for our anxietymduced who must be a disappointment

the Iron Curtain is a means of through His successors of Peter and which forces us to say Our (Luke 19.1214). In spite in youth or in maturity, be more tensions than is to Jesus.Racked.

paying homage not only to the prelates the apostles, continues the universal Lord was born B C Before. of the deputation Rome con death must come to us all. the person u hG, pressured by by anxiety, we tl

themselves, but to the millions of mar mission of redemption. Christ! firmed the will; but it would What appalls us Is the abnormal fears, takes his own but scold Him for His seem
There are those who think not give Archelaus the title thought of the unfathomable Isle ing indifference to our pen!

that they had barely crossedthe of king. depth of unhappiness which "Don't You care, Lord," w.
. Sir Winston Churchill border into Egypt, heardof Once again Joseph received must torture the person who We can think straight U we seem to say.
the in from takes his want to. If we think straightwe there is
king's death within a a message deep an own lIfe If one thing which!
week or two, and were backin angel: "Take the Child and know that there Is no evil our Lord wants us to believeit

has claimed one of the cen Undoubtedly he has a permanent Jerusalem in time for the His Mother and go into the What awful fears must have it threatening that we cannot, is that lie does care aboutus

DEATH great men, Sir Winston place in history. Men may sometimes Presentation in the Temple.But land of Israel." filled make his self-destruction mind, we reflect a sweeter to with God'a support, stand up and that even though He

it seems a more natural St Matthew makes it clear to It. may seem to sleep, He does
Churchill. lie was a man about whom question his decisions, but no one can choice than life
reading of St. Luke's account that Joseph's first intention lack of faith thatwe have His compassionate eyes
many people had deep feelings. question his courage. It Is not a very valid transl- It Is In our
and St. Matthew's, to have was to go to Judea, not to culpable IfIe let upon us. Whatever it is that
Whether with him not His greatest bequest to humanityIn tion to pass from the psychotic are
one agreed or
the visit of the Magi and all
Nazareth. Where in Judea? be tormented by excessive threatens us temptation
in his all had to stand back in in his example of determination fears of the suicide to the ourselves
policies, that followed happen after the \Ve are not told. Possibly to anxieties of worry it means that family crisis, business failure
admiration of his determination and and fortitude. Presentation-if only because the town where Zachary and the more common The difference we assume either that Cod or ill health-Jesus is gauging .

courage in the face of tremendous ob. We pray that Sir Winston's life has people who had received a Elizabeth lived, for we knowof average here is person.one of nature, does not know what is happening our strength in relation to

stacles. been crowned with eternal happiness gift of gold would not have Mary'i devotion to her cousin not merely of degree. to us or that He does the force which assails us.

He of Christian in the next world. We offered a sacrifice of the pooras and she must have been what is happening to
was a champion our are eternally J However it still remains not care If we retain oar filth It
civilization indebted for his service to mankind. Joseph and Mary did. <<< passionately interested In the true that fear Is for everyonea us or that lit is powerless to Him, there will tome the

Herod's death was of a special child who was to be her ownChild's destructive force. In psychopathic help us Plainly, any one of moment when lie speaks

horror forerunner. form it can destroy of these Inferences dishonors
It is for Him to choose the
scholars think reason and life Itself. In its God.
Many they
Sacred Scripture He was all on fire Inside, Our guilt probably will not moment and the method o':
would have gone to Bethle less virulent form fear can
'his entrails became ulcerated our deliverance, but speak He
I hem, David's City seriously impair our peace of be grave because we rarely
every muscle ached mind and can damage our capacity follow our own thoughts to will.Let
Psalms of people led to destinyAS his feet and belly swelled up Perhaps. But would they for effective living. these logical conclusions. us hope that, like the

and were covered with blood. have wanted to II vein the It is seldom that the act of We are reminded' here of the storm.tossed disciples, U

lie was like a putrefying place I of the massacre? suicide is morally Imputable fears of the Apostles when, shall have the decency, in the
we have seen often in gious poetry, It Is not easy to corpse, breeding worms." So j i Did they Indeed yet know of No Christian capable of the crossing the Sea of Galilee, end, to feel ashamed of doubts
the past, it was not at all single out Individual jiaster- the Jewish historian Josephustells the massacre? Did any of the

unusual for the editors of the pieces. But all agree that 113A us.: modem scholars mothers of Bethlehem know

Book of Psalms to join two Pather can be classified as a gem. It think he suffered from a formof that it was for Mary's child Pope Paul VI

quite distinct psalms into one. Is highly Imaginative, picturesque sclerosis that their own had been
i John J. delightfully poetic. He had one last pleasure. slain*)
Often enough this joining was
quite happy; the two psalms Caste lot The theme II that Israel's Permission having arrived They did not settle in Judea, Be charitable for right reasons
blended. because from Rome, he executed his for Archelaus
nicely of exodus front Egypt: under the was reigning
unity of theme or of general obvious' leadership of Yanweh, son Antipater-whom he had there. He had begun with a OLLOWING is a translaJT We do not wish now to not debatable, It gives rise
spirit. their God. named piously after his own massacre on his own account. tion of the Italian address speak to you of these difficulties. to suspicions that the dialogu ,

father and grandfather. Five Judea was no safer under him delivered on January 20 by Is resolved to the harmof
This Is not the case with from Babylon, some seven It was on this occasion that days later he was dead him. than under his unspeakablefather. Pope Paul VI on the problemsof sincerity fidelity anu
Rather wish to reran
psalm 113. centuries later. Accordingly, God, specifically at Sinai, self Christian unity at his we truth.

The utitching process Is the confraternity edition of chose the Israelites as Ills Instrument In his will, he divided his Joseph told In togo weekly general audience. your which attention can develop It a \temptation II good Wt wish to make Catholics
was sleep
the psalms prints these two for the working out which he warned against able
quite obvious. Verses 1-8 celebrate kingdom among the three always more to sustain
and rise tt
lo Nazareth of Galilee. persons<< give a
halves of the psalm as 113A of the eternal plan of salvation. minimizing or denying Catho brotherhood
the joyous return of the sons he had not got round to and Invalid altitude for the dialogue of
Jewish exiles from Egypt, and 113IJ We shall follow this sly Ing The small group probablytook !teachings\ not now accept. wrong resolving what are among the by means of a mort open
while the remaining verses division and treat only 113A In a flight of poetic fancy the Mediterranean coast ed by non-Catholics: mOlt serious difficulties the and humble sincerity; by
rather dismal this week the psalmist describes even His son Archelaus was to road Gaza where of and
(9-26)) reflect the by ( Samson doctrinal means the passion jot
situation which followed In a book like the psalter, Inanimate nature as recogniz- succeed to his throne, but to brought the temple crashing sons and daughters. ones.It they must fed for the light of

upon the return of the Jews filled with magnificent reli (Continued on page nine) only part of his kingdom- down on the Philistines who !Is a temptation to put the truth of a whole and lived

Judea Samaria, and the ancestral had blinded him) and Caesa- Your visit comes during aside controversial points, to faith; by means of a didactic

Idumea. Archelaus'full rea where i Pilate would later a week dedicated to prayer hide to weaken, to modify, gradual explanation of our
Father Michael V. Gannets 1I I I brother, Antipas, was to have his headquarters was and study for the great causeof to render vain, to deny, if teaching, and by means of

Mission of Nembrt D. Dies .1. be tetrarch of Galilee and I'e- from here that he went. up to the recompoiitton within needs be, those teachings of respect, esteem and charity
rea; his half-brother, Philip, Jerusalem and sentenced Our the single Church of Christ of the Catholic Church whichare toward those to whom w. art

got the rest.Rome's lArd to death). those who believe In Hun and not today accepted by the speaking.

cR6At chapteRs in will confirmation of the The ruler In Galilee was who are now separatedamong separated brethren. Wt say \Vt wish this to that they
being necessary, Arch. Herod Antipas. far less savage themselves and from this is an easy temptation because may find our conversation
elaus went there to obtain It
than his brother but destined us. It can seem unimportant .
!: amiable, so that they may
Antipas, too). But the Jew.
GloPiai a catholic history ish leaders to an immortality denied Well may you think how to minimize and get rid find the certitude which the
sent a large deputation

Archelaus For Antipas cur spirit, always so greatly of certain truths and certain Lord gives us desirable. mini,
after them' urging was the Herod who, some sensitive and alert regarding dogmas which are the objectof so that they may find I'',
Augustus not to lierod'skingdom
Chapter 77 ed the principles of all the somehow got caught In the as Herod give willed, but thirty years later, beheaded this matter can be in these controversy, so at to attain possession easy, so that thr

British inhabitants that I met paper mill of Spanish official to make It part of the Roman John the Baptist, and three days even more greatly conc comfortably the so greatly may see that ours is not an a
IM 1787 Zespedes and Father during my Journey and: found dom, and was not acted on province of Syria years after that played his e r bed by the problems, desired union. priori dogmatism, nor a

O'lteilly made a most of them disposed to re- until 1791 By that date, the own small part in the trial of hopes, discussions and duties But Christianity li a divine spiritual Imperialism, nor jet

lengthy tour of the north c el I v e Instructions In the chances for making converts Thus they anticipated a Jesus.So which are connected with It. truth which Is not {hen tt a. a formal Jurldiclsm. but a

country to discover how Catholic religion, and all of among the border people phrase their successors were that Our Lord spent prac. Being with you In the simple to change but only t. ascertain total homage to the total trut'

many Irish Priests might IMS them disposed to let their would not be nearly so good.It lo ue s generation later tkally ills whole life at a sub and cordial form of this week and It accept for our sal which comes from Christ and
needed for work among the children be brought up In it," was another case of lost op against a greater the ,\",11.elaus"e ject of the man who was to ly audience, "e cannot but vation. that fullness of the faith is

Anglo Americans in East A similar encouraging report portunity resulting from the have no king but hand Him over to be put to speak to you of the unity in not a jealous treasure bu

Florida. was sent to Spain by authorities complicated machinery of the ('aetar," death by the Romans which we desire according to And this view deludes not rather a treasure very read<

incst Florida, patronato real -_ the supreme desire of Christ, only those who art Ignorant and brotherly spirit wh ch
Their findings were that
to see all Christians of the
three new parishes. would br where three parishes for An. Heretofore, the two coloniesof Question box to elher. gathered It also theological questions makes us all the happier !the

sufficient one on the North glo-Americans also proposed East: and Vest Florida had You know that In the final those insinuates who I Itstlf l more w t can give It to ether
By August 1787. West been within the among are expertsand and that it Is not ours bit
Ills rr just IboSt.. Augustine comprised say
of the
If it's Mass it fulfills public sitting third who seek, often in good
Horida's Christ's
another on the St. John's request for Priests jurisdiction of the Bishop of St'SIlIHof the (ecumenical faith some and tvtryont's.
Hlver, and a third on Amelia was answered: four Irish seculars Santiago de Cuba. council there wa approved for expedient rationale This Is but one though
trained in Spain, arrived attendanceA. mooching out the nay with which et.'
Island near the Georgia border. Sunday among many
at New Orleans On September 10. 17X7, the and promulgate a decree on of corning together with the .
ready heart Is filled thong'which
Holy See at Home divided the ecumenism which deals precisely separated brethren The Intention
for work, Q. In the past I have attended four question li a good with this while, we entrust it':t'
Zespedes reported "I I test. East Florida's diocese It form the new diocese very complexand U good The methodIs
petitionM. of San Cristobal, with Us Sunday Mass In a chapel. one but we will (let the rtmplalnen delicate theme with the not your loyalty, we aloe eipress

see at Havana. :Not until recently did I lean answer, Intention of recalling the From a Catholic aspect, to with Immense love for ever
J. Murray that one dues not fulfill his mystery of unity. from which want to recognUe how much one, Dear and far so \thrthey :
The mainland provinces of obligation unless glass Is Having attended a Catholic tilt Church cannot stand good II still found In the can say with St Pat
Louisiana and the Florldas heard In church Is school 1 find the change an patrimony schism aevery '
a this I. tide, and of facilitating, of the churches overcoming every
but were placed under the formation easy one. I alto look f forwardto and division auttr
Strange true Jurisdiction correct? however It may be possible Christian\ I eonf talons de : "Ego
of( San Cristobal, to a complete English Maw tilt enjoyment of the full tacked Chriiti' CJ I am of Const) (IL
.*.. No fulfill for better of Priest and our Church is
which a Cuban Priest Jose de you may your unity Corinthians 1 1.1).
Copyright 13R5. NC\\C News Service Sunday |Inr and sincere participation (me. To want to ,
obligation by assistingat laymen presentatholir
Tresplacio Verdcja, was '
9t all followers of the Gotpelin ( doctrine
!Lt'MtNY V wwo ftiCAur stir w appointed as first Bishop. Mass In any. church any \\here ran we obtain a better the riches of this mystery and essential in its autrwntu -
$I3O5 AND MOVTO IMC ftWl. SIC IDW The organization& of the public or semi public chapel unorrttaailiag of DM GOODC aspects
AYIGrWN M raA.p N Church In the Flondas at this I it g. In a hospital, school, !* Yes the Goetwl was We hop hat a document M leaving aside its debatable'noneweftbal
1 ara g ;IG? 4vr w auN; date can he seen more clearlyin college or convent). In the read on Sunday but now the Important, so epee and .. It It fine aspects too .U IM. It.noridaj
the following table: open| air, or even in private sermon dealt with ta* coo- In-line will one day bear Its te SNit to
,y cemetery chapels, The only .teat. of the Gotpei As CatteUci frail, and w* repeal agala! Present controversial y 'j hollorroti [
Havana in terms which
ij restriction pertains to private we are pnor stuoeaU of IrxljT the rxkortatloo' that (tl can render vat
tAMOU r Bishop Jose de Tretpa'aclos chapels, occasionally permitted the BiMe Maybe tats willetsrasete the Catholic faithful, be ro* them mere exact and \understandable .

Verdeja, in private hom.... .more intereot in versed and pp.rt Hs Nltltl- eves la regard to
Diocese of San Cristobal these .
de who do not tre them. hw..H ..e. C'4'
You may assist at Sunday God sword.Sngtatj meat etprtUlly wttararer ..
J Havana. T*>* is brotherly .t rat.oti M*.*. *
;Mass in Catholic and with tat genders of their patience .
Fast: FlorIda any rite of hyraces adds to This 18 food F .. MI tut er> '.'*
Excerpt: from letters about CferMUe hoes and tiamplet' Justification. .... ..... ......
Father Thomas HaMct, the Newly of the Meet This .w charity at the ass t.
?: ?! Pastor of M Augustine, the revUed liturgy: :Not Mere my toys r CtrtlMttr which radiate from It. Of truth service: ......, ,,..... arNP'LP

) Nicano of last: Honda You asked for !letters from Hue .have I Kooa ate 8. To those who know only ..... fa t. a. ."

L Louisiana West Florida people who like the dunces ,jam la with the tafiaf Why superficially the question of doctrinal Hut I. pretend |t. ?..!? _r..W.M'"nea 11 Mes. e.e sM' ecr

,TITUTC or5ACRID flit wwiy wnrvmnNT Ton ce ZAMBIA, Auxiliary Bishop Cvril de in the Mast My .husband and don t an Cathode, try partirt.patina the reunion tf all Chrubaas, l lag U ii/iiciitiM, ,, seek rw.M. e'er./e. M e ....
VUSIO Ion. ar4Y NOKTMIIN e.oosm.s amos mi* Barcelona I are almost 60 years ot age, ;' I .hew they wig (like the solution teems very easy divretU or rfitreartf to of 'h 'eUIItII ..... A" '

NOWMAiCRADlMTr NAMI r.1Ma OWKilNAliy.yy 1AU By A nUMCMtnrv .ta.a.wtsn11Alre.A.O. Nicario of the joint pro- and we like It very mu h. the feeing of at 1 lat betng a and can be rapidly earnedout .r which e.neeal t a'flrmaUt.1 -It....,...... ... ".....,....al... .......... '
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OJUNTRltli. irNSCVCxyrora sing 1'" toM them neithercan spectator. .the. .historical ptychetegictl If the (larch declares hiIM *. ..-..... .HL.wi ... .. .. .
= aid kfb .. .... .. ..
I. An .e
Although Bishop Cyril. wdimtly I, but r.I" m. my tell doctrwal aopoctt of the the is sol a a. sate.fools..

NELllf4JUI aaaAVt responsible| for confirmation noire and 1 shad (tag to the -- question tuetf.. the great sod gwNl tmirt.

KKCIVCD4DOKMS and other epMco- t Wit of my ability fttwawt These .. Irom bvtows dittmjltiti oC every It U sot a food service tar f
1/.1'1 TIlf41t.wo1P. pal function* In East Florida, go t) Man new aa4. CM "Tbe an m Bn"art type and teem every safe are the cause K *** because j ,
IfC. it was not until ITwi that he take an active part wish the ctat- apHrtat The didiettUMi' are crtatts ddfldene, ns.r aItal..
Priest In the Matt darted by M.alf tr J. D.Oooat. 1A tb e ......
1 sallyxatarte'
IniptcteJ the peninsular wt care ...... to char that some despair kpuatt4 brethren, It -
church Ht arrived by ihlp at away total M very warn MiWxty that they caa be resolved. the IIIIIWlA of ereatos ,... ,.-
srf nacwmcfwr.j lASTIiONJItIGI.CIDCk St Augustine on July IS of fetid ... ear "'-Ie.> It nhrruist. Direct I peer tubers til hope, twt see that .r tlse It >tlt being,. meted. ..... a. .......
...... tsidmed. tae
y "t?.,, that tear accompanied\ by aJ'rl"t the better, for It. there. will perfceft be seeded N fail; tout 110I.- a"'I.."_ )C.'....
THt QtOiA O* :wsuit' + secretary and Just lo TV FVrid h'Wc .laMad. time bf' poMibilitiMm ... M ..-
: two one question. please. ... t tone certainly a If'fo aoSf" rt I auks tear ,n ; .1. '
kMOiue'GArMAbtreaAeenls.. paces&: and took up residencein \rrn t tho e omplainm/ s. ,.t! I'm< prnd.iwuf ,row ( I. .', .".at One i.tu .h\
a rented house. ing k nl..J. --- t: J,1 of God al c0 e./ ,'" '. n,0l"IS Friday Jaanaarr 2l. 19s3


The Florida Catholic Friday, Jan. 29,1965Distinguished

I I sons of Church named Cardinals I

VATICAN CITY NC The between the North American John September It, virtually
I ( )- following are brief biegraphlcal understanding Catholics College. on

!sketches on the 27 new Cardinals announcedby and Protestants. His In 1945, he was named aux on the eve of the open

Pope Paul VI in their writings Include "The ECumenical At Bury Bishop of Baltimore. log of the COUncil. He was

order of precedence. when named as Archbishop of Council-the He was appointed In 1963 the one of six secretaries of curial
Tyre the Patriarch has beena Church and Christendom" i1WLI first Bishop of Bridgeport( and congregations consecrated by

I Patriarch Saigh powerful force In keeping relations which was serially publishedin returned to become Archbishop I'ope John the same day -

between Moslems and U. S. Catholic papers in of Baltimore In 1961. another was Cardinal-dc-1; _

1 Patriarch fu.lmo.ISalgh Christians on even keel. 1962. Ilia archdiocesan commission site Enrico Dante 'to en.

on Christian unity the able the new prelates to follow
-OUtspoken and colorful. Pa.
triarch Saigh enlivened more PatriarchSidarouss Archbishop first such group in the nation the supreme shepherd in-
when formed in is to the council."
1962 a
than one meeting of the Second
Cooray model for similar efforts
t Vatican Council with his
t around the nation He heads Archbishop Rossi
views on the collegiality of Patriarch Stephanos I Side Archbishop T h e m a. B. the U.S. Bishops' Committee

I j Bishops the primacy of the nUll-The Patriarch of Cooray O.MI.-The Arch on Ecumenical Affairs and Is Archbishop Agnelo Rossi -

Pope the Jews and the East. Alexandria is the spiritual bishop of Colombo, Ceylon, 64, a member of the VaUcan'sStC'ret.rlate The Archbishop of Sao Paulo,

ern Churches. Although the head of about 88,000 Coptic- is the head of the Catholic for Promoting Brazil!!, heads one of the largest

official language of the council rite Catholics, most of them hierarchy in an Asian country Christian. Unity. dioceses In the world -

is Latin Arabic is the language living in Egypt. There are deep in an intense nationalization having nearly 4.S million Catholics.

I of the patriarch's Mel. more than 15 million Copts drive which has swept Archbishop To can for his vast

kite liturgy, and as a compromise not members of the Catholic from Church control all but flock he has been encouraging
In Rome he spoke the Church 40 of the nation's 750 Catholic the use of lay catcthists and

international diplomatic language The patriarch 60, was bornIn schools. Y r bl Archbishop Knrko\ Dante I'apal'olunteers from the

French. Cairo in 1904. lie was or. The Oblate of Mary Immac Th* 60-year-old prelate is secretary United States with all the energy

Patriarch Saigh is the spir dained in 1939 and eight years elate prelate also has seen of the Sacred Congregation of his SI years. He Is

itual head of about 400,000 later was consecrated as auxiliary the Ceylon government remove of Rites. lie has been head of the latin America

Melkite-rite Catholics, most of to the late Patriarch all foreign nursing Sisters a Priest for more than half-a- Committee of the Faith the

them in the Near East where Marc II Khouzam of Alex. from their posts in the century and has held many secretariat of the Latin

there is considerable opposition andria. lie was made patriarch country. In addition, it has teaching and administrativeposts American Bishops' Council

to the state of Israel Nevertheless in 1958. His residence is been reported that visas of in the Vatican. that is entrusted with I the

he has more than in Cairo. remaining missioners will not Born In Rome July S, 1M4, work of religious education.

once criticized those Arabs be extended after May this lit was ordained July 3, 1910. Archbishop Rossi was born.
who fear the council's state. Following studies in philosophy
Archbishop Slipyj year and no new missionerswill In Joaqulm Egidio Brazil on
ment on the Jews. theology and canon law
be permitted in the coun Pope Paul VI May 4, 1913. He became Bishop
Born In Aleppo, Syria. M Archbishop Joijf Sllpjj)- he received the diploma of an of Barra do I'iralln 1956.

years ago the patriarch was The Archbishop of Lvov try.The Archbishop Is a mem advocate of the Sacred Roman
little more than a year later, Horlt The Archbishop of the modem world and on was named Archbishop of
ordained in 1905 made Bishopof USSR., primate of the bet of a Singhalese Catholic I Rota, hl&h.tlcan court Un
Archbishop of Quebec. In 1951 Florence. Italy, came In contact some of the theologians who Ribelrao Prcto in 1962 and
Tyre in 1919, moved to Beirut Ukraine is the sole survivor of family He was born in )Ne-; he became military vicar of with hundreds of American had helped prepare it til 1947 h* was a faculty member was transferred to Sao Paulo
in 1933 and became 11 Ukrainian Bishops and studied at (he college of the )Propagation
Lebanon. imprisoned gombo Ceylon the Canadian armed forces. Bishops and Priests dur Returning from the International last November.
patriarch of Antioch in by the Russians during in both Rome and London before of the Faith, where
l I His appointment as a Cardinal ing the 27 years he taught Sacred Eucharistic Congress of
e 1947 with his residence In Da. and after World War II. Convicted being ordained In Rome the he first taught philosophy and Archbishop
three at Pontifical
gives Canada livingCardinals Scripture Bombay last December, Archbishop -
mascus Syria. He has visited In three separate in 1929. lit was named in 1946 for the first time In Lateran University In Heenan visited Mos later theology
the United States twice- "trials" of unspecified crimes as coadjutor with the right of In 191) he entered the sere Colombo
the others being Home. Two before he
history -- years row On his return to
once to attend a Melkite con.vention Archbishop SllpyJ) spent 18 succession to Archbishop Jean U* of (the Apostolic Penitentiary -
James Cardinal McGuigan of left his teaching (post to be. he commented that the ecumenical .
in Birmingham in 1960 years In Jail part of the timein M. Masson 0.M.!., and sut. Emile Cardinal of and In 1914 became a Archbishop Glotsnnl Colombo
Toronto and Paul come coadjutor Archbishop movement Is "work-
and In 1955 when he Siberia. He releasedby ceeded 1947.Archbishop member of the College of Th churchman was
once received was to the see in tger of Montreal. Florence In 1954 he was el't.ed log for better relations between -- *
honorary degrees from the Soviets in February a member of the Catholic the Russians and Pontifical Masters of Ceremonies named by Pop Paul VI to be
Fordharo and Notre Dame. 1963. and spirited to Rome ArchbishopMartin Biblical Association of America ." He first became an his successor as Archbishopof
where he was welcomed by official of the Sacred Congregation Milan, Italy In August
John XXIII. Beran of Rites In 1923. I'optJuhn he had
PatriarchMeouchi Pope Archbishop Florit was born Archbishop Villot I'.KU! Before that

Now 72 years old Archbishop 63 years ago in Fagagna, in XXIII named him an served as auxiliary Bishop of

Slipyj was born in Zazdrist Archbishop Josef Bores Archbishop Jiseph Martin. northeastern Italy Ordained Archbishop Jean Mll.t Archbishop In August 1962. Milan and, for more than

in the Ukraine on February The Archbishop of Prague -The Archbishop of Kouen in 1925, be studied for a time Arhbl.hop'illot: was elevated ArchbishopZorba three decades, as a seminary

Patriarch Peter Paul Me. 17. 1892. He was ordained In Czechoslovakia, has spent 17 Frame, Is one of the four new in Rome spent a few yearsIn to the rank of Cardinal professor and rector

euchl-As Patriarch of Antioch 1917 after studies In Inns of his 78 years in political con. Cardinals who are membersof pastoral work, then was scarcely a week after succeeding Archbishop: Colombo, 62.
Cardinal Meouchi Is bruck Austria and Rome. finement. Born In PUnen, the Vatican Secretariats fur tailed bark to Home by Pope| the late Pierre Cardinal Archbishop Cesar Zrrba was born December 6, 1102)
December 18HB.
leader of the nearly 850,ono Following several years as an he on ordained !Priest 29. In Promoting Christian Unity la Plus XI to teach Scripture. Gerber as Archbishop> of As secretary of the Congregation at Caronno in the Milan archdiocese '

Catholics of the Maronite rite editor and a seminary rector, was became a his own country the Archbishop He was dean of the faculty of Lyons, France Cardinal Gerller of the Sacramental Dis II* studied for the
1911 and in time
of whom about 125000( are in he was named Archbishop of rector -. win chosen two years ago theology and protector at the died January 17. Archbishop cipline. Archbishop Zerba has Priesthood at archdiocesan
of the archdiocesan
the United: States. He has been Lvov on November 1, 1944. He Prague In June, by the Conference of Cardi- l Uteran University. Sent to Villot coadjutor archbishop been Involved In dispensationsfrom seminaries, earning degreesIn
patriarch since 1955. was arrested five months seminary nail and Archbishops to head Florence In 1M4, the new of Lyons since 1939: auto- marlag Impedimentsand theology and letters, and

Porn in Jeulne, Lebanon, later. he was arrested by the invading their the French secretariate for Archbishop visited every one matically succeeded him from other disciplinarylaws was ordained May 25, 1926.H .
nails and sent to
the 70-year old patriarch was. Late In 19C3 Pope Paul M concentration camp In Dachau. Christian uDlty.An..hbllhop of his 487 parishes. Five years As Archbishop of Lyons he concerning other sacraments was rector of Milan's
at one time a naturalized U S. named him to the Martin was bornin later when he finished he has the of
Congregation title primate Gaul. including sacred from 1939
He was liberated by the minor seminary to
citizen lie came to this country on the Oriental Churches Orleans France, on August started over again He has ilia Is the where
Americans In 1943. see city place orders. Archbishop: Zerba Is a I 1933 and of Its major semi'
about 1920 and here
stayed and proclaimed him a "major 9, 1891 and was ordained 29 written several books and articles Christianity first appeared UFrance. veteran of 40 years in the from 1913 to IINIO. Us lath
for 14 years serving in Ma. Named Archbishop o f years later lie was named nary
Archbishop" title reservedfor on Scriptural .
ronite parishes in New Bed Prague in December 1946, Bishop of Le Puy en-Velsy In congregation author of a number of
Eastern Church prelates An'hbi.hop'illot, J9, was Born In Castelnuova Scrlvla, books, most of them dealing
Massachusetts Archbishop Beran was pittedagainst
ford Michigan
not under the jurisdiction\ of a foe when 1940 and was made Archbishop ArchbishopSoper ordained In 1930.: lie served Italy, on April 13, 1SQ2: h* with the spiritual lit*.
City Indiana and Los Angeles. a new communists of Ilooen. in I 1948.
patriarch earlier at an aide to Cardinal studied for th* Priesthood In
In 1962 he visited the took control of the
Gerller when the late Cardinal Tortona and was ordained In
Czech In I February.
United States and was re- government ArchbishopMcCann
Archbishop was Bis:.top of Tarbes and 1(19. Like/ Pop John XXIII,
solved at the White House by 1944. There followed along Anhblkhop Frsije Seper -
lourdes In the 1930s. In 19V( h* was drafted Into the Italian
the late President John F. Jaeger< period of increasing The prelate was named coadjutor .
hit service during the
became secretary generalof military
harassment of the Churth
Kennedy.In Archbishop Zagreb the French Bishops' sec First World War In Rom, Archbishop William Conway -
Lebanon, to which he returned Archbishop tore*! Jseger Archbishop Reran protested Arrhblthnp Owes McCaiia Yugoslavia, while the ordinary retariate In Paris. lie was after the war, ha received a The Archbishop of
of vigorously' as his church lands The Archbishop of Cape Town of that see, AloysIus Cardinal
from the U S. in 1934JLMSwy.d the Archbishop Panerborn. named an auslllsry Bishop doctoral In theology and Armagh and primal of all
were taken schools and South Africa, 57, has helped! to still
Germany, 72, Is a member of Sleplnac was being of Paris In 19M and coadjutor studied civil and canon law Ireland was named to that
the Secretariate for Promoting presses expropriated He was guide the Church and .Its faithful held by communist authou- Archbishop of Lyons In December II* also took a doctoral In post on September' 8, 19113, and

Christian Unity and a widely placed under house arrest In In South Africa through the ties after 14 years of Imprisonment Itt9. philosophy at the Universityof ni.STI.MiUSIIKI! : page teec.JV.

known writer on the need for June, 1949, and the following nightmare of the govern II* tocam' Archbishop Padua .

renewal In the Church. year he was banished from ment's system of racial after Cardinal Stetiinac: died Archbishop It.ly.Archbl.hop Zerba became

: Born in Halle. Germany, he his see. apartheid In February, I'M.
The son of an Irish father undersecretary of the Congregation .."sal 1 "..mtea.
ls a decorated veteran of Far almost II the The year-old) Archbishophas Zoungrana of Sacramental Discipline
years and an Australian motherwho .. ..... .......
) World War I and served dur Archbishop of Prague was been Instrumental in Improving In 1939 and secretary in i_ u

tog the early. days of World lust i u the world. Some reports settled In Cape Town h Church-sfet. relations Airhblihos Paul Zoungrasa Jfl-UI: Ameultite' SorvU
for thefrieathond
War II as a chaplain to the said he was la prlso; ethers, made Ms studies Rome after in Yugoslavia. As chairman The Archbishop of Ouagadougou lit was named titular Archbishop VA 4-1471

Germany Army lit was said he was dead. :Never In of the Yugoslav Bishop l'P1lOr'olla., Is the of Colossa In August, ST. AU6USTINIKYLEMcLELLAN
A. Dory.. -Ar.eA M. M of Pader- ataiHig a bachelor's degree at second )Negro; to be raised to
named Archbishop: Conference he has been conducting '
'brought !'e trial ke was lakes of Town illl2, and consecrated by Pop
born %I. 1941 the University Cape Informal ..Ithlov.rnmnt the College of Cardinals. Th.
on February talks
4411nd l Ae. s.. Ph. I42-4WJ (10 a In Mrsla by
monailery He attended! cla. .. at .
first was Laurean Cardinal I flugarnbwn
lie has been an active sponsor IK. rommiBlits and kepi leaders for several
ST. PETERSBURG of Una Sancta groups at the university after working years of Bukoba, Tanzania,
there under tJlhllurd.ArrhbWlo9 INC.
each day for the South who was created a Cardinalby I
which strive to foster better Horn In Osljek Yugoslavia, ,
African Railways lie was ordained John XXI U In
Reran was freed 1'01"| 1WO.
October 2 19116. the future
by the communists In Septem on Ir mber 21. IMSArrMMihop Cardinal was ordained IfM: A member" of the Congregation :

HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL bet 1963. reportedly throughthe Mrt'am, who is and became rector of the Zagreb of the Missionaries of Afrka 17 W. UNION SmtT-JACKSONYIlLE
inietretsion of President chairman of tilt !South African. IIi hit. CeM.Mtewt Semite! Sins: IIS4
let seminary at the ass of Fathers), the future at J-JH4
Air hoeel: c"peI-PrUfl .
\ Ibatof Conference, has disagreed
John F Kennedy' The Archbishop Cardinal wee linn In
2*. During World War II h*
D.r; .
FOSTER E. HEATH rW.I c4oeAMIULANCE ho" e>er, was not allowed repeatedly with the headed a committee that aid Ouagadougou on September 2,

SERYICf to return to his see 1M.re..wt over its treatment ed thousands of refugeesArchbishop '"17. and baptized 11 days
tsUIW Honda\ "ft*** ill-OIII I I Although he has had some of HM-wnit**, "I|
contact with the MrtMdc those natives chin are \u4 ui was the city's first cathedral' PVOM 14Ml IJ |

world Arrbfewbop tiers was tile migratory labor system Educated: by the White .... KISSIMMEEs'OLDrWT

PHONE I77JH4 not permuted to go to /loon which takes them aay from Heonan theta h* studied for the IX CKMTMb rMKIDA
to attend the ecumenical their famiNes fee( up to II Priesthood
C MIcll at Kouml In prtt' Op Mtlo| I'o4>r IUm ie !tame *M ".*.ftmtM
He is now believed to be menthe' at a Itrwh.Archbishop Archbishop John lleeaaa ent.lay Upper Volta, and wst

A. P. BOZA IVERS1DC CHArU living In HadMov in sowtfceni The tatear-old/ prelate Is a ordained In 1942.As .
3109 N. ARMENIA. AVE. Bahemu.Archbishop, native of London who headed a Priest he spent six

TAMPA 7, FLORIDA) two other British !Sees! before years as a curate in Outgadoii'
I.l 1.,1- S. RHODES JR.
Arrkbltto +
Roy t Mg named Archbishop of gnu then joined Use ranks of ,
The AirMMhnp of Algiers has 4mifu1er in September, tto Whit Fathers II* win

HOME Archbishop Maurice Key proven himself a master of l'a Aa articulate! riwrchminwith sent to Rom to study canon FUNERAL DIRECTOR

BRETT FUNERAL Fc ArcttHtop Roy of gue- dlfwtual.. .... to tto II a flair for the dramatic.to law and won his doctoral do.gre .

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0 January >M flat be ass bring native al France, to wtrtodaard Christian unity movement and a thesis on Ute problems of

ektated t* fee rack e4 <'ardi' to kung pace to Ana has attracted widespread at. child marriages in U|>tr

av ) N I' taj was tto tevrtti Um thai during the seven yore Alert IMSUM wttM. tta4emtU Me4wcatiMi. Villa H. later studied socMgy .
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same. date bas marked a mil*' family Ut and at Ito Catholic University untt. 4..q; : stan la 1uI..We He was .tons. Fraat. tovwal times romnMlftlllll. la Paris 'W

... January 2/,18g. mewed EMateop to uMiiiwud EsmiwM estrtmtXf After for
.r,. f..1 a.... K e. "Msow. AreMMtHop lleenait was ordained UacMng a Urn
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festal .IMSCa4toiK
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JOHN S. RHODES, Inc., fy".r.1 l DirtctouAMIULANCi Nut Dan toesilca was achieved H. tostoea silee W..tN4 Arcbbshop O $T. CLOUD

SERVICE tore he wa >.$.ii.<, received esjtatwkesi M .bts attesaytsto ot4'''tmsMter .highest Archbishop .,_* .. TaUMii u S fhooo Itl-IIlt
lint C........ was pott M the 9nti4i hiertrtky.
create gs.d retatMNM ithtto ShehdnArtk
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: The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan W, 15! r i -,. .-J' .' __

Kenny High School t

I Achievements significant

Staff WriterWHAT

does Bishop\ Kenny
School mean to the

Catholic people of JacksonMlleT : II.

The people' of Jacksonville .,

look to< Bishop Kenny 111 i I c h i
School< 1 for evidence of what ?
a truly Catholic education
should reveal, that IS, young j, i
men and young women mold. I
ed to< the Christian commit \ ..
silent yet retaining their in A
dividual personalities and remembering f
that man's reach
must be higher than his
grasp* it is looked upon as
a monument for the education r
of youth and almost a Utopiafor l

organized This school and) maintained was founded for, Principal's office, Kenny High School, is nerve centerAs I

the spiritual and temporal at most schools, the prin- Kenny High School In Jackson- students, Bruce Dufresne and Julie

welfare of the Catholic youth ,I, ',. eipal's office is a nerve center for ville. Here, the principal Sister Strack sign up for scholarship pro- I

of Jacksonville. ", '.: much of the activity at Bishop Thomas Joseph S.S.J, helps senior gram

A maximum 1200 studentsare and aspirations to youth. The
In this High School. Many ,.i "' real teacher works with a il.
students travel long distancesto soul, a character, a person
daily classes. Students Consulting with the office a man as well as a mind, and }
from Fernandina Beach travel leaves something of himself ru
42 miles each way, and Father John McCall, vice-preai- Wrubluski and Amy Jordan. Stanley in those he teaches.

those from South Ponte \e-. dent of Bishop Kenny High School in is the student body treasurer; Amy, The cost of education Is at b err
25 miles. Still travel
dra, more
Jacksonville goes over college rethe secretary, an unusual high. Statisticians
bus renderedby
by a service
tell us that the average cost
the Jacksonville Coach quire menta with two students StanleyAn
flf educating a student for the
Company at a minimum rate intellect disciplined by the question, what goes on in emphasis on education and the current school year in the
for students; still others walk truth and guided( by the teach. this high school and they high standards demanded by ,United States is over $400 per I ,.a- 1 1i1t4LI
to< school. ing of religion is constantlythe hear and see teenagers talking colleges in the 1960's. capita.
Now the question arises goal: as is a disciplinedwill Who creates the challenge?
what attracts these studentsto intelligently concerning How ran Bishop Kenny High
which, through the The staff members of the
< this High School outer space nuclear physics, School do this for $225.00?
achievement of self-control system set the tone of any
There are other schools In and a firm adherence to moral a new approach to mathe- school program, The organized ( Tuition Is the chief sourceof
their districts much more accessible principles, strives to attain math Ie., and a new style of structure of Bishop Ken income to the high school
to them. Could it be the maximum of human excellence English Surely, they wonder ny is led by the President, and tuition is $22500 a year
the curriculum, philosophy of whether or not their own education Father Mortimer
Danaher per student and 1)60) 00 a year
education, or the co-curncu-- This Is why Catholic parents differed from the education who oversees finance, personnel for a family of two or more
of The
today answeris
lar program The answer lies and major discipline
enrolled in the school
in the philosophy] upon which of support education a separate at the rate system that basically the educationof The Vice-President, Father The budget Is reduced ai a _
youth is the same now as tLI\
this school was founded. Religion ___
John McCall, directs the business
is the foundation of life of over $2 billion a year to it was 20 or 30 years ago The result of the small salary
provide education for some 17 same core curriculum is im of the girls' school and drawn by Priests and Religious ]
and education A sound moral
per cent of the total school plemented. supervises the religion( pro- faculty members who are
and religious training based! population.No gram throughout the entire dedicating their lives to the
on religious principles Is demanded However, it Js undoubtedlymore school
education of in this
in this High School doubt many adults ask challenging due to the The program of studies Is Diocese youth Interesting work at lab

.... 'lip, ", ........ ....., regulated -by the principal Th. educational efforts of Don Birch, right, chemistry Infor an experiment In the laboratory
4 n' Sister Thomas Jo-x ph S,S J.. the part have been crowned struetor at Bishop Kenny High School Mr Birch ia engaged In a summer pro-
: ':;: who carries the ]leadership of many times over in this high( in Jacksonville, supervises Ronald Ja> gram of graduate work at Wake For-
I&:3 -w 4 the faculty atfcool The number of graduates pour, left, and Andrew Johnson who est College. His emphaaia ia in chm
,,, tl You i be to
.. .. 1 : }* may surprised from Bishop Kenny attending .
.. .. MA learn that there are nine dio college on scholarship are mixing chemical in preparation istry and pbyaica. ...
I Ihuw !Iset resan Priests 14 diocesan Is at a steady increase while i
ffi'11.: .,.' I'':) Sisters, and 28 lay teachers the percentage attending colleges .
J ,II" ',': ,, on the faculty of Bishop Kenny has reached 90 per cent.

,' I"j,1.; .. t The college dropout is at an
.. .,, t The Priests are presently all time low, There were 185
..,,,, working towards their graduate graduates In the class of 1964
Y '.J: MII :J: degrees, Eight Sisters already and 166 graduates entered

: r'I t'vt I have masters' degrees college last summer and fall
'''-,1 or the equivalent and the majority There were 27 of them t M, of the lay faculty are scholarships, including a National
working on a masters program Merit Scholarship win. 4
Lay teachers In our nero one out of 28 in the state. .I
\1 I1 school, are a very importantpart Bishop Kenny High School
of our team It Is our aim proudly! displays certificates S
to keep the faculty as permanent of accreditations from the
as possible Catholic University of America .
Some teachers have been at the Honda State Department
this high school for five, six, of Education: and the
seven and H years The lay Southern Association of Colleges .
teachers will readily admit and Secondary Schools
that the salary scale Is commensurate As we look to the future of E
with their professional this high school, it seems appropriate
preparatIOn and that it to reflect that no
compares favorably with the one can stop the restless probing
salary scale used throughoutthe of men for knowledge GodIs
State truth and those who dedi- IT
Ralph \\'aldo Emerson once rate themselves to exploring :
'ii told his daughter that it truth reveal God to men, but D
L .., makes little difference what the task requires not merely _
you study; all depends on who discipline and dedication ,
. Sister graduated from Kenny herself your teacher Is, It is the teac'her on the part of those w ho explore
who implants ethics, decency ,
Freshmen studying algebra at the Sister of St Joseph who is teachIng character and a deter
Bishop Kenny High School in Jacksonville in her alma mater Here she ass mination to do the very best. If they are I* benefit and Homemakers of the future
I are learning their x's and y's mats, from lift, Shirley Baker, Diane That is teachers shape intellectual not destroy mankind, the adventure
from a young woman who graduated Willyoung and Johnnyie Ferro in their habits, form char. must be tied t. God Washing dishes for credit' In home Brown, a graduate herself of Bishop
from the school Sister M. Denise ia algebra clans. aster, communicate Ideals, through the sating bonds .( economics are students in Jacksonville Kenny High School], who is currently
Instill wholesome attitudes religlos. from left Jo Ann Curt Charlotte In the master's degree program at St.

The faculty at Bishop Kenny Cooney and Donna Shashy. Their Louis L i ivcnity..
High School is dedicatedto teacher right, to MI Charlotte j
the temporal and eternal
welfare of the students. w.
expect and obtain 100 per rent
;:3rr cooperation from the parents
ai they too realize that In any
true education there must be ru"
real harmony between the
philosophy and Ideals of the J JZI
home and the philiosophy and j
ideals of the school presented
each day in the classroom I

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r M. sec

1 Returns to teach

J. 'i<
lays of Sandra Nickels in koto-;
Large campus serves Catholic youth of JacksonvilleThe oy d u conducted .t thop
Kenny High, ScKool in J. aerial view here shows Jotwph of St. Augustine who art the gymnasium, lower left TMoritls' vIU by Mw; Monxa DoM.., Looking ahead to college days ,

Bishop Kenny High School in numbered among the faculty re. school \kvrd at the top ri9M, a Ktnny. qr..du t. -Kmq Sister! M, Benifnus S.S.J, at Bishop S T: rt, n..rn.u> F.art and JosephCutdrv
; du + ort 1
is ""' '' ar e mt
Jacksonville, serving 1200 students side in the convent lower right right biology Reich Stale us;. Kenny High School JacluonnUe in firdir'g st ,rmatior ,/q theIJ .
today Fourteen bistcis of St, The bojs school at the top left, .wily is T.1\\."' _.. and Mrs. Charles Trtmoulet assist cc4ege :Jl .; I<.


Of many things Seven The Florida Catholic, Friday, Jan. 29, 1965 i


We note how others view us Coming events

... .. ,. ,
t. solos t. i ir i I. i fii ..<'sat l mMf ut ..rote
mor tau .Kcal l.l.r..t. A4onr nolle of nsul.r awhua
PERIODICALLY, it seems appropriate to bet some of Liturgical Press also publishes I 11 wilt/ be _II'."

many we have saved over the pact few an inexpensive but excellently .. Card party, January 29 !8 I the King parish, sponsor

months and which, at one time, we bad hoped would be written New Testament p m. Memorial Civic Center,,, Dessert card Jan-
I profitable. the basis of column. The Reading Guide Prked dearwater Beach Businessomcns party,
a regular separate 1
30 1 to 4
at 30 cents a volume each( uary pm., 531 h
majority of theae notice are Informative incights into about the size of a Readers \\ Circle of St. Ct'Cl'lIeWoml'n' > Street and Sth Avenue North

Catholic life in the world; some of them are merely Digest) s Club spwwwPia St Petersburg. Circle of St.
fillers; all of them are 1 supper. January 30 4' Jude Women'. Guild
we The Guide Is a translation, yY4 ??. sponsor
a to 8 r m.. St, Edward: church
s 1
mist, interesting is not merely a magazine introduction and commentaryon ? st hall StarKe, Altar Spaghetti dinner, January
The Voices of Our Brothersis blurb; he his truly done each of the books of the sponsor Society,' 30. S to 7 p.m.. Blessed Sacrament .

a bi.monthly newsletter masterly work in attempting New Testament Again, competent Dame January 30 beginning parish hall Tallahassee,
edited and published by Dale to formulate succeMfully a scholars form the ''' at 9 p m, SouthsideVorn. Women' Guild sponsor
Francis, columnist of Our study of human understanding team of writers who contribute ens
Club Jacksonville home
Christ Open January 31, 1
which is the essential to this series
Sunday 1'taitor The new- reqUisite -
lo 3 p.m.. Holy Rosary School,
letter is a review of slgmfi. for the understandingof Authors range from Father Jlrk lInlIIe..
cant articles from more than anything Roderick A. F. Mackenzie Noire
100 publications of our One memorable sentence S.J., who is rector of the pone Dame Novena of the Blessed Moth.

brothers of older religious from the book Insight (Bernard t IIi I leal I i biblical Institute rr. Holy/ Rosary Church. Jack

communities In short the J. Lonergtm S.J. ; Long Rome to Father Raymond E. Academy sonville February 2 to 11, F'a.
newsletter digests and pub mans. Green Company Lon. Brown, SS. a Priest of the 1.11 they John Shulti r SIR will

lishes approm ma'ely'' 23 arUcles don, I. which probes and Diocese of St Augustine, now ST I'ETItSBt'BG-LlnuI a conduct the Novena
per issue from various presents this general field teaching at St. Mary Seminan 1 \anrsi-en has reported the White elephant sale St.

t non Catholic magazines theory of the human mind ', Baltimore, Maryland following news from Notre Paul \\omens club of Day

I which dial with some aspectof Thoroughly understand whatit A recent review article of 3 ietPf a Dame Academy: tuna lleaih, sponsor Ftbru-
Catholic thought and life as is to understand and not Father Michael Gannon biography The Sodality of Our Ladywil any 3 and 4. social cuitcr

I seen through the eves and only will you understand the of Bishop \erot first hold a day of recollectionon "March of Cards," February
mind o( our separated broad lines of all/ there is to Bishop of the Diocese of St. February 2. The student 3 and 6, St. Charles Par*

brethren be understood but aluo you Augustine. entitled! Rebel body will be addressed! by Father I Uh Councils Orlando fir information .
It is a practical review of will possess a fixed bate! an Bishop describes the book as Homan S. Gromala of St and reserx at ons,
how others see us In the current Im arlant pattern, opening "the best study in American I Ir' Jerome parish, Indian call !Mrsiiliaiu HeU at

I issue articles treated a upon all further developmentsof Catholic "history to appear Hocks Beach. The day of recollection Midway 41707.

i range from a review of \ati understanding" this >'ear. Is a day set aside Auction February S. 3 30

I can Council II by a professorof This Is both a claim whichI \ou ran seder the book from studies and normal activities p.m., McCrory Otasco store.

I theology 1l'fMtmory: I'nl/. I III Justified and a challenge through The Florida Catholic to meditate! room at shopping center en
wily to the Interesting note which Is given to any who At the clues of the day South Dixie Freeway New
I that the religion department seek to understand undtr! Finally. a quotation of the thirty-one girls ,,11b.\ r e- Srrorna peach Sacred Heart

editors of Time and Newsweek standing. week: Announcing that in I reived as Sodallsts at a cer e. Altar Society,
; sponsor(
are Catholics Masses said facing the people l* mony In which they profess
Incidentally Time this I The Bible Today |Is a the prayers at the altar y ,i their 10ror the Mother of Rummage sale, February
week in its religion section monthly! periodical which I may also \be' said facing the God. S and 6. 19 Magnolia. I:ustis,

features the life work of Father seeks to promote popular spprrcialJon pw'opte. Archbishop Robert E. M Mary Altar Society iponsor -
Bernard Lonergan S J, vl the Word of L u c. y added: lroblems On February I, senior .
professor of dogmatic the- (.od which seem to be insolvableIn for basket metnbtrs 41f( the .National I Basest. February Sand e,

\ logy, Gregorian Diversity, Published bJ the Liturgical this connection may be referred Try Konny gym Honor Society will" tap lI"ttlr' St Raphael" parish grounds,

Home. Press. St. John Abbey. College to the chancery office Coarh John Baldwin instructs M in sports The three gentlemen are ) inembrrs of this or- Englewood: ; chicken dinner
as usual Ah these chancery players Nicholas Bunk left and Rich in the ten balms. February 6. noon to 4 p mDessert .
Me mcn'lnn! this here stn-e I \' n ille l l Minnesota. the pictured spacloui gymnasium
several or the Priests of this magazine features monthb'artk'leI. Priests the Impossible is so aid Bennett to aim high in lift as well which serves Kenny at Jacksonville. The girls admitted, to this I card party. February
Diocese popularly. written. easy for them. society' will be judged: on A,1 to 4pm llintlngtouI
acre prfvilrdjted to
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hive Father Lonerjjn as on com phase<< of Scripturestudy character, service, lea knhl p St I'tttruburlt, C1>.\,
their either.( The articles are the Club featured NN1.1sNS1NNNNNNI,,\4 and si'holarshipaUntme. lIlon1I4lr.(

product of some *f the finest YOUTH A \' 's dime w 1 beheld Spaghetti supper, February

The article states that scholars in the United States February 6 in llishop I, S lo I pili.. Trinity .\rsdemv .
many assert that history and Canada 'NNN111NNNNNNNINI' Harry lalrteria! The little /Beach Itlvd, Jacksonville .
may reckon him (Fr. Loner We recommend It highly Bishop Moore Handmaids in action slslerbig sister affair will, 1 IMSsfoniored M(. KIU Circle, sponsor
gent) a mind to rank with for those of you who may be Central Catholic by the so|,hoinore
Aquinas and Newman Interested in a deeper know I rpHK\ Bishop Moore Handmaids of the Blessed Sacrament girls! The club also hopes to and sinlor classes I During the Bake sale, February 7, St.

fortunately. this Judgment edge of the Bible 1 are trying to spread Joy to people everywhere. present Faster: baskets to High School dime a king and quern if Peter pariah hall, Demand.
", The club\ sponsors! two their needy families, mUtot'It\I':i ) :: Central hearts will" he chosen from Forty !hours Devotions, Irn-
- Handmaids mothl'ulfr.. The girls all being the senior tissues of Notre matulMt
needy famil:es throughout the enjoy Catholic High School here Conception Church
11,(': 3 ear This year the families honored Handmaids and helping others used a sinking man to.man Dnma and Illsluip Harry Jacksonville February 7,

and 18 rrlppted children from Ihirlnf the month ef <)c. who are less fortunate than defense' to hold Satellite Beach Also, a prime and pitncessw 12 10pm.. to February V, 11S

I holeitoo Callahan Hospital/ (her the girls derided (a themselves" They feel that to just three points In the III be |pit ked from the 1lII"IOo\"! pin .

were guests of honor at a spread (their joy as far a. bring a Handmaid has helped second mi third quarter of more\ classes Dessert bridge party 7 30
Christmas part).. I'akUta They adopted two them appreciate| their life and basketball game lat ; ondaj) lie senior thesis hat an. r In February 1. Uk MalesUimtans
their religion a little bit bet noumed its seleitliws for the Club Building. nub
F:ai h Handmaid/ played San Pakistani orphans, and now night Central ( athiillc took a
la to child by l tfr. IA5' sulwriatlvea| They art: of Catholic \\omen of Holy
a securing toy s hold bake sales monthly for thrilling 4J to 41 win, pale
and clothes for him the support .( these orphans lioitic hit for 10 |iolnts In leadIng Sheila !lUthinan, moat popular Spirit ,parish. sptmaor(
lo NovatuLuf a Thankmiv Mass guideStMUY Central Catholic to Victory ; Ann Notion, most reprs. Cant party, February It\, 8
lug tea hai'held at which the In addition to these activities ntatlve. U I .11 I I I dania, P In ClttbhouM of Christ tie
I senior at MUhnp\ More most InttllMtual; Michele| King perish >M> leielia: tirtie. .
I High "Sthnul la UrUntk, I I'ally January 31 Holy Rosary ItoUmlt, most. attractive, ** r.
\ College student Hunch edits the dt'lrlrlllallll.I ith Sunday after Tplphanyi Diana i South frlendlfcMH.; Gland party. February II, tpm

maid paper, "The Magmfl. i Mass of Sunday, .loria, grade schoolJA J..n. Annunieirr' moet versatile .. S( James" lull rixx i,,
T IMP.\ Joftfl Cswtney, rat .' Creed, 1'reUoe of Trinity ) Judy l AlII li-ll. must (rUn4i. St Pllabeh: Guild,
( ()\\ : A Girl
7>I7 Garrison Street, Is a The 196166 officers for the MUNU.bnutry t athletic; Joy r Uhlgham, sponsor
candidate for the graduate club are AM !ScbUvooepreaMcnt St Ignatius Miahop and !Scout Troop has been formed most humorous aid Mary. ItoaseH cant party D,.If.mi

degree of master of bvmness Margaret Shuugh Martyr ( Mass of fast at Holy llusry School under Ann Md<*an, snarl wheel Community Center, .',,11,11:1/, : \

Math class at Kenny administration at Marquette neap, v lfe-prM ttt. Mary Gloria Common Prelate > t the\' dirrctfin and Mrs of (Mrs hstles Ihereialets Marvin spirited 11,1 pm Xt Ann Guild' v..
University; lit MilwaukeeU Smith( secretary, sod Barbara TtKWfebruarx r : 2 These girls are engaged In (tarp. sfiMisorard .
'y With, James Duntnt IV at the bIarkb..ard in lacoasin The candidates Rudxlk treasurer. Purification of lilt Messed with hr. Kevin\ JosephSbJ many activities In ami around (' party, February 1?,

the geometry class at Hmhnp Krnny High SthoolJacksonville. for midyear gra4usta par. Kttture |4a... fet UM Handmaids \lrgm' Mary I Mesa of as advisor the MlKMtlStielU I :TO p m lit Peter parch
are honor student, Uithaet 8tUw Ucifatd at a MaN and receptawi Inehade a beebegl.e last Gloria. ('r*.d., fief Troip Number Mi a haH D.Und, Malonna, Cir
member of tie/ dalewayirl Is of Mu
and Richard Donclon, r1ibt. in thetr bens on and a tatkettaU game" between aee .f Christmai I 1'1.-. sponsor
/Mont Council and Is com dent ( ounrll member nf
a >...,. card .
January 24 .the Ststefs and the 'HIfitlU.\Y.: February 3 partv February
, Iw..1 I | nf 22 girls from the the :Nation) llnnur !Society, 13 I
Mau of pm. St Joseph par.
( previous Sunday .
fourth, fifth and sloth grades Nallnnal frtrentle League .
,iii hall 701b 1."t.l.w. South'
2nd of St liaise, ,
Variety in books prayer On January 211, an Investiture Para Medical dub. !MUllyuf Ht
I'eUrsburg W n'Ilulkd
l nMMM Prefact. or feastof 0 m e i
candlelight. ceremony will lx Our I lady and Drama ( tub
lit. f.IH.! Mass of a sfunsorDessert"
held at the new social hall and (Iht 1961' homecoming
martyr .I4MIII*p, GloriaCwmm with lather W alter J. Iimh) court, rand party February
*. Preface. I 11 lIt) In 431) pm.
!J American Church history outlined eMit as moderator
: TlllHftDAY. teruary4M I'srents and t a<;htn are Ann Is president of IN KofC. hall 1700 Central Avomt "-
Andrew ( ..... (Mass invited to attend Plans for senior (lM, a member of M Petersburg. ladies

' A Survey of .\merktiii The i (Iml'd..1'| I < arr II' the "M *' Ull"rm| M<>th. I'rsyer'I by Jean Daujat of a rrfea.*r.Ulshop. Gin the scouts Include' a hike In IN Nalfonal INMior MwWystutl of....the. Kni.Ms of Columbus.s ,

'I (1nirrh jfhlory.' .* l>y rrairr thruuth the < nb.n4l l er on l-arth: and In Hawthorn New York/ 1M pp ris. Common I'reft*e.) January to little Tallwt Island >nt Caws National I I | sorForty Devotions. Fchnury
Father New C tin era to the Rrvolunti'..sari USO. Ulume 37 in Ilaw. KIO\Y., F'eewuary tH and a hike In Felrusryto Forensic I.OSH(.M. lirawatub -
nun llra\,", by Si .Ur M. .IIph (' and co editor of the 11, 12 ,II p m to Fi!bnuiry .
War era our national! thorn The :3Mh Cm. A..tba.tr. ... and ( fhowenwsw In
series mAr. amp pre
hard ( .yt. It llenlrr ll-wk l 14. 7 w .
n ,
iMlA-Utti", the induitnaitt ? tury Encyclopedia; of lalhoUcum lyr ( Mass *f f.Mt. Gloria, |paratrnnor their overnight' "" newspaper i '
(o.. St. IxwU. MIl $:.!npaper. ? Trtorty. lit. 1 tmburgllrnefll .
pp. MarrrlU !S.S4 Hninr der
era UK&-ltZli. the cosmopolitan C.mm..i I',,,are i iHATUKDAY tamping trip 'in April
era and through the Publishing (G. Milwaukre.Cl reWuary aM "'.11. Is prefect of the show, Irbruary II.
Hire hi a FM* that shouldbe admiBiatraUcM of President. lh, W pp, Illustrated 1st ''Psyihedynamlcs" of Per Titus. cwitoMr and fiislalllr. a member. of the I pm? I ldyplba: ItiMirn sfberry

wstesjsjMd ao( ally by Jolla F. I tmtttj color vnfiiittjr Develepeneal' ," iiy |I.i..h.f (Ma' .a ef least. Gloria New films National Itomr hMivty( Na. ( those Hotel. OrUmU.
s4SMSst but by the general The authtc has devvMMitssslsfahls William J Devlin I J AlbaIkMtM 2nd Prayer of M Dorotajr MHial( hennas. league Nlu M.rnlng Mar Srhmil ".m,.'sAuvlllary
This first leash
Is the grade
!. Maten kisseS New dent (uunril and UlM r.a4sjr who denies to review Common 1'.fac.I..: tIUMMY ......, ww.ie ... _"'"04 sponsor
lie .... ethe Catholic \ fca to the of Our Holy l Faith series for York :XI pp |iMPsycbl 7Ith Or ,.. ....... .r .._..,. Me beta l II the I{DM home
ssy political asacj. ssrial bark/ elementary schools. written February
tad to the Americas .' of Sunday after rpiphanjr ).beslly ss.hj.rtl.nabl. Ise, coming queen and a cowul-
grilled vl dwrch kiatoryors "a usidrr the direction of hiaiwpCUrente tKal Aspects/ honor roll student
,..., Dbsvtordi hM a* >r to sMegnte the CaM E hell", superin.tendemt Cptfitaal Dev lf>menl." tdited (Mass/ of Sunday, Gloria, ff..rsl patr.naprITARFIGIITEft. Diana is co.e4Ia.or of the ST. AUGUSTINE

rssapliaiM. exactly whit. he He cheerio' SMs the fMMreJlife of schools for the diorese .by Her Michael 1 I J Creed, Preface of Trinity r TIIKWsldmsn Harrian yearbook. a member
set W to do. to provtte "s of UN 0 Brien CSV and Raymond ( )
cotssrtry. ad set ef leveland II the laRial unn.n"nnn"..' of Modem ("Council Glee
brief a.d. sot utterlyssfirfcslal to rssss4 a csjssjylsls seethe publication. of the series J 't 1mrl. Cathode t mace' 3forslly soehj'etlaabe. fey Club fare MHiral flub and

osjdto.*" of Chsjrrktotory ......,.rFrlle.lag the first grsde was represented srfy of America Press, Washington Subscribe now adults a.4 .d.l
ptttaumai to the only .by a ewrse of study zw: pp, U7I. ""nnntHn.nn,," t TIlt: ('Cell l
Aaasricaa scene. ) the. grarre.i see. sad a teacher manual Jan Is ,r..IIt..1 *f N.lk...
!.-. donated to the tailed
al lUiwr member
It Is dr fee4 frraawt I''". .h Maws, Ute nether .has adoVd TW sow t.zth..h. II a ,It. s Surety 's
f ih N'I(Ju il I r srt sisirI'fafce I
sport IN Mm* l f.r reKarri briefer chapter treating .( 1..1." M-k. ? Mwdeal' cnwU and IiI
us alas, IIMh. Ike history W la* (lurch. !. .
The notasnr is divided I Into ('au
three major part The Labs .\mertraThe pictures and gr.eWy o R Judy has playwi MI the' sarSlly .
iMteat Mates of \rner a the lns to read the tent fcfch r tr vulleylMll" tam for' 'thir
...... ergsmiaaUManal first will te read !
DasMaiM et Canada a4 .Utft M to them { scare and is a memlMrM .<
America It a sm *l p<* *ort of die Natta.*l They win kara ta tMder (,\ > ( lull Sat UM |"w"U i u' athoiic ..dI.. CossferfssroOw stand. the and ...,. Budgeting
UasT fII the sections I e/ Sttaataf .1. Tionl! :I team
US. ..... ..
pay trawe of the ,
volrne I at hn Summary .fIlitton objects andwrrit J"', f .ii /JI.mllllr of the
promote Hkt elate ., ta* ; help toCM .
CaIklic. reOUMMhip fij .lId) tui "x League
Chore) SMSJ UM ranasjy ts theimdasM.. Low
UlpravenSigji and 1' lob lit. Our COlt
.,..,.,. yet ...". ....... fit the Gras, Our .... n. p i .\.11 It w.. rr.ar "tf

Thai s. Greed' and ether ,, ..,,,., '
CLEARWATER aw let .** W UM prayers Also c : "al' II "
...'. .wi ......... a,e lilt stacy if the creaua fag, r, C:_'. S : >" brr *if i' 9Ians You sat leap ... a for Hksae vtst ...., and riOmamn. of mMkisidTke "
gives topursue o a: 1 I 1"11' .
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u t11"u'u.. yeur ip
the sstaxt ..... last few ...*. conuiat
i Bttty K. OBnen A ........ tides itsf ... Pint Cssnnsisaisa C*! !1/11 .*& ratify hip (-
i I 1M itama .Ms. tic rear 4 c |stmA > duIa.
& Company ...... u4 dates is* your fc...4 9.. with eue""
M Min onfr.ft niuj'PicUamary :
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M. rt ie. quart ,.,.,..*. sw ,U ()hl i .ea. w r.re E; ThMtva E. KkUi.g of ... Amert-
.-.utuuuut tee Hew ewhy." kjf Mfff i .
...fsffliv P t*. a. j9WtyH r.Wsgla.r. College -bound students counseled ST. AUGUSTINE

lac Nr Yark. 441 THOMPSON
SKYCREST PHARMACY pp 112 H. A -.aAJ Teather Anthony Pr. itota Kelp Iruurw4.r! a large raUI"fii 'f fl-
1.... I.fU W hTKLtTt week ew.tahsg Mdamattwson MA fny with eoOeje tml.>..* .. at "lir infortMtion has bren ajMM J at BAILEY

t-. r.'Y. s '"v w rn 4 4* *t tt.e ....*.( pill( huMps 1b.hrsp Barry Hugh II rh t>ol .te W

Ay..- r \! F- -" ,. rH "''tJ she this have couotry served UMta QwdI 1'f't"'bt.I"r, 'ttAn Mr I'rcvrtoU ..1' tented' in furthering thetr Hi '.!\k>a. S' AwsM c..r; VA Place 4.1131I

bs, war; r : r. Br k a rift a atis



ht The Iloriila Catholic. ri.Uy.. Inn 1!!)I. 1965!) ..
"" ';;....:___ .. ... ..- I
-- Four daughters of family

The backdrop E---- .

I entered convent from EireST.

Schools join sciences liberal artsAN .. .

rain AnaSTlSt-Monsignor; John P Burns vicar

accusation once leveled lured away. Without really in. Ikiary for Religious, extolled the example of the late Sister Mary

Catholic education was tending it, we are on the road Celestlne S,S,J at her funeral here last Saturday. SpeakIng .

that the curricula put too 1 toward society.becoming" a dehumanized in the chapel of the motherhouae of the Sisters of

much emphasis on the humanities St. Joseph of St. Augustine the Cathedral's pastor told
and neglected the sclernes John,,' C. f
ItI all suggested that r Study classicsOne :: -\ -II4 of the great graces and good that had come to Florida

Catholic l'dul'atorsI're slowin Olirknrant of the most neglected through the life of the de .Her. icacnmg experience u.'u__

catching up with the age of of the humanist studies Is the a. ceased. touched Palatka St Augustine .

nuclear lesion. space exploration rlr classical languages. Latin and t Requiem Mass was offeredat Jacksonville. Poor City,
and computers .Studies Greek are no longer taught in 10 a,m. on January 23 for Tampa Miami and Orlando.

ioncerned with human many high schools and the Sister Celestine SSJ who Surviving Sister Celestine
of the cultural heritage of languages have long ceased to
Thought and relations we the p.ist.Ironically. be inmost died in Miami on January 20. are Sister Mary Bomface
compulsory disciplines
were told, are no longer rele- SSJ of St. Paul Convent,
vindication colleges and universities. Monsignor Burns was celebrant
of the
ant, what the age needs are I Jacksonville. Sister Mary
Catholic that the humanities of the Mass.
and technologists view
fccicntists Rita SSJ of St. Cloud Hospital
deserve a position to In the past only the teachersof Sister Celestlne was 78
It was only a few cars ago iv and Mrs. Mary Talbot,
that the federal government 01'd1l1ale'lth that of the set- these languages and some I years of age. Rockaway Beach, New York,
authorized a crash program ernes is now coming from the English teachers have deplored h41tR! 1)he burial took place in San sisters I of the deceased:

ol grants, loans, and scholarships scientists themselves. As the the neglect. Lorenzo Cemetery at St. Howard Talbot, Rockaway
to foster the teaching of frontiers of scientific knowledge ]- Beach. New York and Joseph
are being extended, the Hut today ,.e find theM'hal'loglral Augustine. In the sanctuarywere
the sciences and increase the Institute of llehir.I Huntington, N. w
supply of phvsicists. chemists more thoughtful scientists Monsignor Patrick E. fork nephews.
have come to the realizationthat America, made up of itlcn- Nolan] Vt', Father Daniel C.
and engineers Wel'el'e lagging :
it was said behind the we are in danger of be. lists, reporting I llegarty, Fat h Mortimer: Sister I Thnmaslne' Hehlr.

Soviet Union, a materialistic coming the unthinking servo "Our greatest single need Danaher and father Joseph who was (the first of the Hehlr
society which scorned the humanities ants of technology rather than Is for high school teachers In Clearwater parish school P. Duggan. girls to enter the Florida consent

and gave priority to its master. who can teach the classical The Sisters' choir sang and died last January,

the utilization aspects of the 1'he danger of overemphasising languages. Unless Greek and Monsignor Thomas A. Colrcavy, visor from the Department of Educa. the resident students of St. Sister felestme was laid to

sciences. the sciences, of exalting Latin are maintained in the pastor, opened this new central library tion, he and some of the students, Joseph Academy formed a rest beside her sister and

the machine, has. been secondary schools, our discipline of St. Cecelia's School In Octo.bel' from left Lee ickrr taff, Linda Webb guard of honor. others of their Sisters in religion -

The whole manIt pointed the out commission In a 200 page the report "is threatened at its On the recent visit of Sister Mary and Timothy Dowd, showed Sister the :Many Sisters' from all over )j who have been buried
by on roots. the state were at the funeral.
of humanities created by the Damien, S.S.J., the diocesan super- new library. for many years in San Lorenzo -
is no longer;: true
American Council of Learned Sinter Celestlne was a Miss
course that Catholic schools: Societies, the Council of Grad. Senate curious llehfr. Born In Ireland she Pallbearers were C S, Zim.X .
and colleges neglect the sciences Schools served the Diocese of St. L Fellicer/ Jack II Lauper .
uate of the United
Not only are courses In Stales, and the United Chap. Happily the warnings of the Missioners resume work in Congo .\ tlnt' for II years as a Albert L Rogero Frank
the sciences uttered at the undergraduate ters of Phi Beta Kappa. scientists against the dehumanizing Muter of St. Joseph J. Bond and Dominic J Poll
level but
research of American education

conducted at the grad. have not gone unheeded in rebelsBy ----
despite persecution by
uate level has been deemed Humanities"Jlumal11 congress and now Senator

worthy of support by grants Ernest Gruening of Alaska
from government, foundationsand scholars," said and 29 other senators have introduced Father Joseph Ceupprn Catholic missionary were CATHOLIC RELIGION COURSEAT
corporations the report'| "have a special a bill. I.UWUI.U\ll.U: : ((1\C) The Catholic Church In slam by the rebels.

Yet, the traditional balance responsibility in that the pastis the Congo is_resuming her activity in the etrife-torn The religious orders which HOME
between the humanities and their domain. They have the It mould create a National areas of the Congo slowly suffered the largest casualties
Humanities Foundation to pro.mole lese !Sister< since sporadic the Fathers FOR CATHOLICS AND NONCATHOLICSThe
the sciences has been main privilege and obligation of and with difficulty.In were of the
tained.It Q1l'nI ho necessarily must research, scholarship nulhiiriili of Interne' began: SalTed Heart with 29 victims
and leaching in the humanities such dioceses I as alter the became
koim country
and the Fathers of the
live in small for
one corner
I Is Mill an axiom among and the arts.The spirit of .cum.niim set forth by both Pope John
one little stretch of time. Tshumbe Lisala, !Iturl Kivu Indl'pI'lId.'nt.Of holy Ghost, with 20 victims'

Catholic of educators education that Is to thepurpose develop Through the humanities we ) foundation would function Uele and Lolo the apostolic the foreign! missionaries each The Belgian Dominicans and Pop Paul is of greet and Singular importance in bridgingthe

the whole not to may seek intellectual humility through a board as an work was resumed very 77I l're Priests, 20 Sisters and the Sisters of gap between Christens It is the talk of id Christians, to
turn out technologists, Igno- sensitivity to beauty" and arm of the executive branch. quickly In Ikela, Isangi!, and 10 Brothers The Belgian! Christian Doctrine of Virton, work towards Chrnt'i fervent prayer 'that they ell may bt
emotional discipline. It would promote the Interchange Wamba and Stanleyville, the missionaries were the most Belgium, had seven members "
And thml'rlun Historical of scholarly' information situation Is still! uncertain be. numerous 59. There were 20 stain by the rebels, The on..
Association with foreign countries and cause the leftist rebels fight Dutch, 8 Luxembourgers, 6 White Fathers of Africa had
Beach recentlywarned the central Congolese 11 victims. whereat the If would know Oust better learn His
Daytona : establish programs of grants ing against Italians 5 Spaniards I 4 you care to to
and scholarships for the education government are still frenchmen and 2 Germans Spanish Dominicans of Pamplona Divine teaching and the Way of Christ Requett on. ol
than of scholars and present in the surrounding the missionary' Priestsof
"Today, more ever, teachers Also one American one our court*!.
those concerns which nourish in these subjects.A countryside.A British and one Austrian Verona Italy, and the
)personality and are at the revival of interest In the Little Brothers of Charles de
Italian and American Feed heart of individual freedom large part of the country Kourauld counted four victims NO CHARGE NO OBLIGATION
medieval p'riodortrn dismissed Is kill) controlled by the Native will
Open I P.M. 'rf M P.M. are being neglected in our as the Dark Ages Is rrbeli. A total of !W foreign each'
free society By national science one area of humanistic study Catholic mKilonarlrs! are reported This list is probably not fin Ploato Check:

e linquet FatllitielClone1 scholarships for under. the proposed foundation would to be still In rebel- head new see al7 at leas) until more is __ Fundamental Doctrine ,.... .. The Liturgy
Monday graduates, by graduate fellowships be expected) to encourage. held areas. known about the present military
and research grantsin While the medieval roots in Puerto Rico operations of the national The Sacramento -, _. The Mae
SAN REMO the defense sciences, the of constitutional governmentmay Among them there are 40SlSll'l'I Congolese army and their
..___ The Ibis
ablest of and and 58 Priests and
our 'ounml'n outcome
> at first glance have little
RESTAURANT S\N JL'\ (NO Monsignor -
\l'onll'n-.the potential humanists Biothers Soventv-fiveof them
practical relevance' the kxm-| : Itafacl Grovas Felix, 56. The whereabouts of
1270 SO. RIDGEWOODCL of the future are being sors of the bill suggest that are Belgian 10 Dutch, 12 i number Name -
for the .last 33 ears sl'l'Tt'tary.
) of missionaries I I. un-
Italian and 1 Ihe
such studies can shed light on Spaniard. chancellor of the San Juan knnftn and there is fear for
2.1357 missionaries are concentrated Address
FwnHuro leeWftreeftof the meaning of constitutional archdioce.se. has been appointed (heir 'litrs.
mainly in Rondo, in the
Cards government itself. by Pope| Paul VI I to be the
Other branches of learning northern, Congo and In WatsaIn first Bishop of Caguas newest Not all is lout in the Congo, City -.,.,-..-.. ...._._. Stito _ _ _
Sewing Machines LLOYD COX Ihe foundation would be commissioned the northeast region. see in the Puerto Rican but a lot of \things ought to

Office Supplies to foster are Ian- About 1000 missionaries In ecclesiastical province.The be started anew The futureof
Vacuum Cleaners CL '.).471 garages, literature, history, all have had to abandon their the Church in the arras Send to: HOME STUDY SERVICE
end Parts philosophy, the of montlgnnr h a saline still occupied by the rebels
Service ) history religion posts.
I III North leech S6..1WOODS
IIC( Juan and the fifth SAINT
On All Mates science and law and San nadir or recently liberated de- MARY'S SEMINARY
FREE Pickup end Delivery the creative and performing By now nine dim'eses have of this Island t Ie be nameda ponds on the population Itself
sits been completely abandoned Bishop In the 4Mjrnr hi.. and its attitude One thing at 5400 Roland Avenue
C & C Scw-Vac because of rebel activity and Cory of the Church in Purrtu least seems to be clear the

five have not yet been liberated Itico. Congolese abase all want BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 21210
714 N. Ridgewood Help morals Some of these dioceses
Just North of Mason Fuel Oil Company, Inc. are only half.liberated because The Caguas diocese was
erected last November S by
\TIC.VV CITI'sC( ) the rebels still control
Dial 255-7374 Phone 252.1522 Pope Paul in territory carvedout
Pope Paul \1, receiving members part of the territory. These
of various Italian spwts 14 diaries have a total population of the San Juan arthdi h5 nlvMl.'Pdrabkbgty, ,_rM, tnged..er and s"racwty r ..r'ed by Fader. Ginsois Thi
and the Ponce diocese. .nd nwrfl erfdrtwn to Am.rKan -
clubs, told them that "spoilswisely ocrse : Chunk hs" ory.
of 3.II5UlII'!! ', of whom
"FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS -SINCE 111I"Wm. Located in the northern section OUR SUNDAY ISI10R
practiced are a factorof 1,419,41110) are Catholics. Mig John i *>vd,,.
good education and of the Island, the diocese)
A. Ritzi & Sons not training Even in totally liberated has 25 parishes and a population ",...
physical but areas pastoral activity Is beginning MMI.tfy work l< h ""wen -. $" s'' a blor.phy fI' f4'. Rebel I""" .
spiritual) and moral" of some 500.000 persons. It u worth ..** 1ft tub lot ..
Registered Jeweler : again very slowly because Binhop-designate Grovas day -.c.-! 9 lit 1IfId..nd''Q' of C.thorcam'1. per.son In eady.U .

,Cl 2-25S2 America G.m Society f 22 N. ...... Sf.b most of the missionaries was born November 2ft. ItemS MIAMI HUAIB r* Bellamy.
PRINTING had to go to Europe to in San Juan, the son of Jose

Letter Pass end Offier recover ill-treatment from imprisonmentand by the and :Marcelma Felix Groves 'AM Savannah b Indebted to *.*. .f Gannon for moving V-.. up,'.,.. Tfce yanachn.nt
St Ildefonso
studied the
Ride A Coachman Printing Co. rebels Such is the case for He at of "** V"eri W* and* Mw too 267 W" of ,.,. book oaks
HONDAFrom I. ''II.u..., OHM dioceses. Minor Seminary before it was Petal 0 enop en cNftf! place to moos *. French-born prelate' It should
seven moved from San Juan to AiNmito tad pit<. on'! many total book *tifSAVANNAH'
CL 2-4284 ..JI Magnets.
1 From $289.00 Overall rebels In the Conge and at the Pontifical MOANIN8 NIW feint few'rr.r.nx .
Up to 200 Miles per gal have taken the lives of 107forl'ltn Gregorian University's Latin
'I' IIld...... N. N. ....u" American College( in Rome
: missionaries. 4 (ongolene -
Priests and 1 (ongo-- He was ordained In Rome on I h aa, ., 1
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Nine The. Florida Catholic Friday, Jan 29,19C5

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law may further restrict 't'. : Sharing our treasure

religious freedom in Yugoslavia .' ...'. ,". Kindness shown -I

TRIESTE, Italy (NC) Catholics In communist. Since people cannot be absent

ruled Yugoslavia are likely to face increased difficultiesand from their jobs for fear of dis firm faith into
missal during the day, brings
not to get more freedom, as stated in the official
churches are packed for eve
I press, with the passage of a proposed new law on re mug Masses great yearning of
ligious Another provision of the throughout the
A basic change in the requirement that both parent proposed law likely to workto world is for unity For this "'. "

must now give approval for a child's baptism or attendance the disadvantage of Catho : Jesus prayer fervently: "And Father \ ,

at catechism classes. lice is its grant of greater other sheep I have that are "
Up to now such approval fluence a person's rights or authority to local official not of this fold: them also I John A. \

has usually been live only by position very few believe the These are more likely 1 to take must bring and they shall O'Brlen '
mothers Fathers, fearing statement There is a general restrictive action against the 1 hear my voice and there shall J

economic reprisals from the belief that no religious person Church than national authorities be one fold and one shepherd"John

state, even the possible loss can be promoted or get who are more consciousof '' ( 10,18)).

of their jobs, could claim that a better job and even faces the weight of international v ,r..,..,. a To this same theme Jesus
their wives had acted solelyon being fired. public opinion. recurred on the eve of Ills that some day I would bei o',is
their own initiative in N'. Xat a member After graduatingfrom
live There have been cases in Authorities claim the new I'asslon and death, praying high school met Joseph
is feared that the number which no children hate attended law Is seeded to bring legislation "thai they also may be one Yonto, coach at St. Mar. "s
of baptisms and attendance a scheduled catechism on rellglnn Into harmony In us, that the world may believe High School. A graduate of
at catechism classes class after authorities asked with the nation's new that thou hast sent me" Notre Dame University and a

will decrease drastically in the parish Priest for a list of constitution and Increased de (John nll). devout Catholic Joe rekindledmy

urban areas after the law is those enrolled. mocracy. That unity can be achieved interest in the Catholic religion

passed. For although the pro But despite fears, many And it .Is a fact that the through the action of separated by explaining many of
posed law states that religious Catholics attend church on situation of Catholics Yugoslavia Churches returning to the its teachings lie brought me
belief or the performance of major feast day even though U much better than it J 4 historic center of Christian to Mass each Sunday and

religious duties will not in. they are also working daysRome's was 10 to 15 years ago and unity and through Individual that deepened my interest
better than it is now in most conversions. Efforts along l The reverence and devotionof
communist countries Priestsare both lines must go hand in the worshippers made me

Cardinals presideat no longer brought to trialor hand "It would be a great feel that God was really pr...

I physically attacked. There ,,; j'w mistake," said Cardinal Meyer ent and that this was His
is no longer interference with "for Catholics to cease to House I was ready for systematic
Christian unity prayers church services carry on the apostolic to individuals Instruction and Joe arranged

But permits to build new i ++re* on the ground that it for me to enter the I inquiry -
sv class which Father Ambrose -
hinders the ecumenical
Ml ROM :-Eight Cardinals of the Roman curia have led churches even In places movement
de- !. T McGlnnity was start
where they were totally
( I prayers for Christian unity during the Church unity strayed during the war" are "It would he a mistake because ing at St. Mary's A Catholic
octave In ltom friend Colette Wolfe, went
Son again to achieve the "mi almost impossible to obtain. the ecumenical movement ,
They are Alfredo Cardinal racle of unity." It is even difficult to get permission itself requires an hone.tInd with use There were about 15
Ottavianl, secretary of the to repair damages to full witness to the truth in the class which met twice
Congregation of the Holy office The Jesuit review Chills existing churches. which has been given to every a week fur three months It

; Augustin Cardinal Bea. Cattolica took the occasion to In one sphere, however, Christian. It would be a mistake was an Ideal arrangementand !
president of the Secretariate criticize the notion that Christian all felt at home.
I there has been some recentimprovement for Catholics In particular we
be achievedthrough
I for Promoting Christian Unity unity will t v ," the Cardinal continued,
in the Catholic .
"return" ef non-Cath The Catholic ( hurch. I perceived
Antonio Cardinal Bacci, know that the
Carlo Cardinal Confalomeri, olic churches: to the Catholic petition. View from arch in Roman ForumFrom entire! revelation of Jesus was alone founded by

t secretary of the ConsistorlalI Church. \\hrn the communists tame Christ is preserved by Him hrlol and aulhorl/cd by Ulna

I Congregation Paolo Cardinal Civilta Cattolka asserted te power the Church! lust virtually this Arch of Sep uri-utlon of Emperor Alcxandor may be seen In the church In the Catholic Church In Its to teach all nations.

[Marella, president of the Secj that while the obstacles to all Its publications timus Severua In the Roman Smerus she under.went above, alongside a notable Infallible truth, and it Is this Along with the other men-

j retarlate for non-Christian Re. Christian unity are essentially. Now the Catholic press In. Forum, there In the imposing a cruel martyrdom.The marble statue of St, Martina truth that all men are seeking hers of the clan, I was received

nations, Luigi Cardinal TragIlia dogmatic the chief psychological eludes a fortnightly The view of St. Martina church in her honor in the crypt below the ," Ihls apostolate shouldbe into Christ's true
pro-vicar general of obstacle lies in the fear directed especially' to Chunh God has blessed Joe
Voice of the Council several altar.
Church. Martins, whose M as originally erected in the high
(Home, William Cardinal t of nonCaUtolirs that Catholics unafflllated with,
{ any and me with sis lovely children
are not sincere in their monthlies and a number of feast Is obMTvej\: on January sixth century Pope UI ban The arch in the Roman
[Heard. and Cregono Cardinal I diocesan information bulletins Christian Church and to those Now we are back at
lAgagiaman, prefect of the ecumenical efforts. Some missals and other 30, was a Roman maiden Mil, in 11x51, had the }Forum foreground honors who attend no Church. Notre Ilume where Joe Is assistant
[ for the Such would of illustrious church rebuilt and the a Ilomim emperor who
Congregation Propagation insincerity consist religious books have been an family. football coach: and my
( of the Faith. in thinking of "return' published The law She was distinguished for saint's body was translated reigned 103 to 211 A.D. and How can you share jour faith means more to me each
proposed fallh with others<< ? IIrbowing
All presided al special pray. while speaking of"the "rtiotrgration promises to extend the legal her love of the lr+or. In by Pope 111 Min to a magnificent died at York during an exMxlitlon .holy them arts of kindnrn day Mrs Yonto said.

[rrs for thrUtian unity al of unity rights of religious publishing 228 A I)., during the per- bronze shrine which ] to Hrltain. telling (hem a good n. --- ---- --

[ Itome's Church of the Oesu. The Jesuit review stress to firms _. ample and then bringing them

allay such fears by pointing I* an Inquiry rl.... ORLANDOWINTER
At the Rome headquarters lo Ihe Second Vatican Council's Sacred
lof the international Unitas ... decree oa ecumenism Scripture Obituary Churchillpraised The fruitfulness of such PARKELLIS
sedation about 100 persona, methods ii shown In the conversion

most of them non-Catholics "If we read that decree we (iJroris; I'. ('0)le by of Belly Hose of Michigan -

[gathered to pray for Christian immediately realize! that the Psalms led to destinywhy JUKSONMUK: -- Messages I<< City. Inl1t.n.I ho tells

[unity Among the speakers basis It gives to the ecumenical of condolence have \been Cardinal the story In this manner

I was Canon John Findtow of problem is radically MW: 'f........ e_ .... It they act so strangely coming this week to the Ireavinl I- When I was a little girl t
[the Church of England, who there is no longer mention of lag the and the Pcoyl was stricken with an Illness
<; presence power Their answer is nut upr..lJtOd.but family of Omige '
TIC.fiT\ (\C-)
took his from the return" of the \ \ anal taken to St.
[ teat mar- a separated Anthony'sIlotpital.
of the Creator In this saving It ls ck trl" understood Mr. Cuyle. a native of Churchill was DRUG STORE INC.
mage feast at Cana pointing brothers to the Catholic Sir'mlton "
art Nature not only who
recogsires CovWgton In Kentucky
[out that Christ was brought Church but of restoration cf but reacts The sea flees They rrcognl7 that Vsh- was a! prominent cititen of 'the personification of his It was my first sustained 4722 $.. 0,. II., Teal
'to perform His first miracle UtIli)' .." the magaiiMswd before the face, leaving a web, their (realnr, l It leaxl- J '!ksonville, died here on country, even of the world. In contact with Catholics The
at the intervention of His for the refugees the lug iii. .people in their destiny burled the relrnllris battle I for Iteration Slilers showed me every
A dry path January 21 and "was on n. ISS-tlll, Ort.nde
mother Canon Findlow and stand from totalitarianism. kindness and the chaplain,
suggested "The difference between the river Jordan parts to allow they annul I Ut Monday.
that Christians should two conrtfHs II netal M. Indeed their cemlni<< Into the Prom. Is Ills way the Po's| secretary of state Father Jerome MaUkl. visitr 4
task f her to Intervene with her 'return implies on the liwd Land. The hills and the lather Dnlrl! ) C. Hrgirty, has declared hereAmlrlo (>n the contrary, they muttcooperate 'f"
Church part IMI eictaocy| mountains tremble as a result ps tar, offered the Keijulrm Cardinal Clregnsnl, special| trip to Notre |)ame r wM
and of in a positive way Mass at II a m. In M. M.tIhrw lo secure some holy water
and iftcrtu. on part of the earthquake which smoothing the pith for their In a special tribute the day
ORLANDOWINTER the separated brothers/ a de- tumbled Jericho Into a heap of triumphant march Church alter nlind'l: "grand old brought from the famous

PARK alai. of alf their past ruins. giving God's people a The God who brought water Mr Coyle is mourned. by his ...an" died hilled Churchill's shrine at hordes In France, F,1.

Restoration of unity' on foothold In the land to which from the rock to assuage .. Mrs Mary 1) Cu>le, ""tnordlnaryIt.lIl, and with which to bins me,

the other hand implies a dynamic that stronghold forbade then Ills children's thirst must not who resides at U3I Sweet vrrmlllilj," It was the kindness of the

conception, a movement entrance be denied All of nature must Own Lent in St. Matthew pariah The Cardinal's statement, Prleit<< and Miters thai Undo JACK ELLIS
SINGER AUTOMATIC toward unity That Ii to quite 1 charmingly, the bend to Him and to tiwm "here, two swan Robert W. Issued after I'otw Paul M had led my Intern In the Catholic .
CONSOLE MODEL say that/ It is not only! the separated psalmist asks the sea, the How nunelously" is this and John T of Jacksonville.a of rondnUnr rellglnn.Kver .
p... ftt..ori.i..i rn.. Kr ... brothers who mutt river, the mewitaiiis. the hills John Suite of sent a menage
psalm roused to eur """"a. alder, Mrs
.._ ... .. lady Churchill was published -
F > > m M rtft t to : hen I admired
___ 11 ..,_.,.. ... .., move toward the Catholic Grant made lion frees ski tsmsgh the Covinsjtim, and a brother, U il- l In the Vatican City since
MIN <.M .. ,... .-M.IH ... Church, but that the Catholic great saving let ef ear re- Item G C yle of Atlanta L'O.eersatore Romano the Catholic Church and fell @
..w.u"db..)11., 111 N h,,' .u Church also must move .I\KTt'fIilU |\O Thet dl'm.IV fcrtJclp. There are 17 grandchiMren on January 23 The Cardinal \\\U uuuU'U"" ]
toward. the separated brothers suted States office of economic then in tile 'fruits of that r*> and. a number of nios and saw) Subscribo
opportunity' has approved drmptM which was effectedby ... .....1Found.r now
Crest II r I 11 alII I
a grant of IS VW to the "ule-givtig \ 3 of of George 1' Today "Hu",,"" """,,,-
AQUINO'SSERVING the death of her din
the Hartford district office of itaptisml! Coyle NIl Sons, rile Mr mourns .
THE "S., l It Wirti. Flo W 11Uartford are'M.nceun Coyle gave generously of his tinftuiihcd son a great statesman CHRISTMAS JOHN ELLIS
Sir Winston AFTER
and trader,
FINEST ITALIAN FOODS COLLEGE PARK bureau' of social service forUM time to pdrodual patriotic
Churchill, Me Join) with the
DINNERS FROM In a project to alleviate and. rivK work lie was a CLEARANCE e Free D.r.vtryChar9' .
FLORIST Hrltnh In this hour of
4.W '.M. to 11-00 PM. poverty In this city PVtJIM, India ..... .. Bf MISS .
LOUNGE iris *4(...<>f .. I nil The project J will be to prevent tioa 1".NIftMItIt l has sbol- life iMmbcr the Knight! of Accounts
,..... .k. .. I-MM school dropouts and aid lobed seven rhotUlsrloe. including Columbus.. |poet commander" "Sir Winston lived a long Save up to 50 /.
220 OrU.de Ave. W., families In which fathers have those attached to the at American Ufton Pool Not and full life'. and h. dedicated W. MailPrescription
H-y. 17-92 Ml 1-4 WO problems of under-emitoy. residence of the 0.. gover a member of the oricmal It to the service of his country PHONE GA nU2RlI'1J.lIRJ

FRANCES O'HEIRDISTINCTIVE moist or poor work motivatjon nor. the medical and mentalhoptUs ('om"'It"" of loo, pet prend ". and his people He was a ,

GIFTS due to family. problems rro stud. the toper t of the Procurers Coun man of estraordinary. vitality "YOUR W5CRIPTIOH. ft
BILL BARDOE asylum, at M CIM. A few calllId. World War I veteran sad versatility a soldier
Choic.; air.*fin, Cads ..UCLafa a.t (..,aol. emm.*t snwouncement Mid (fieenN llsydoa Iturrts and and an artist a man of letters, I IN j IXPtHIENCEO HANOV
.... orator\ an outstanding ,14 North O....9. A,..
FORD FACTORY DEALER Mo'tUne1; tEWlSCOtlEX7ERMINATING the cfcapfetas wMstd be paid his ....*er as "",., of a moving
SAVE ON YOUR Ml 1 44571 I M.;.t<.-.4' CO. gen/iocs. Jacksonville, Mayor lows statesman of unlimitedenergy
listed th.>> !.. NEW CAR DEAL 1-1" 111* KitUr. were among .
.... a w...r ... .r e. ... sinIII the k4 orary paUbeartrs power who gisld Ph. oSi-JHJ accepting every risk to
W, H-f. M WAITERClMkl MrJ\Cf$ .sin. Mil Herman J. Hidrichstd )ire. ('e)I.. eke served .. gels the ultimate) victory IN OIIANDO SINCE It24

a a.w. e..a.* r Te )fea Sons president .1 the 65. Aigsitln .we shall to on U Ihe end.

.... I Tko n....t Is Ideas Wear FAIRVIEW .....n se Naen..aer l>>ton... (oMMll of talhulk-I whatever the cod may be' MtmU New Yen Stock Eich. tot S. OtUNCB Ar.Atroo t..e raw eo' .......... Homes' from IIM to ins. Is Cardinal Cteognanl recall'Ing
St. CharterPrnb Frets ,ftC J."aeWbi Cleaners & Laundry Sass .. a.ua t.earcreANNOUNCING lfe'.Ilal| l mrsiages of smfHhj Sir Wuwtoo Churchill and ethic "f r*>f.\ .uK'''
tOI.. from many ef Ike wonve Ue leadership said COINEI CENTRAL i. MAGNOLIA PHONE MMflOProposed
Pip..li u labels. re whim she met I. the reduct *.
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of ('onKll progrtmiShe "11. hrame. the srtlfU
.. life Us Xostmr or 1ad.w brink Acne tits K4iwalor, OrU4
& OUR MOVi TO A cities' .( III ce.Blry, sad sue
Wo 'n. s .... I* i(*'4 tr }"r beds LARGER STORE served on the national Ik* world! la the' reketltss

NCCW "board from llrW to battle lor Ubrrolfea from w
DEMETREE BUILDERS Gary's Duck Inn ....., ''f4>'') F.cettt; 1JM, tIM last two years of lr lalllarUoliro, Who rsa forgMH

.., .. .. Children'sClothes term as MIMCM secretary | fight of starllamest, fed By
n Tins eir vo s IL sM .
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nI'M 04. arias r4 of the war to fIr sambl. '
... o.. ... t... ..il t4..._ >., f.. e I'll Soldiers workMW sad. rrwmllal prayer ., Builds

WATKiNS DUJH iNCl-At the I.hIllC It Gall"Aaawacag !
H|...UOI s4 a C I t I.e l II e Healthy
MARYLAND FRIED CHICKENcoMMrrr Priest. ladies .....,. guard. victory, t.rWSMSM f ,
FAJNTCRtANOO WAU rAnI ng .their. ountry a .orUwaat said God tVtats aW Bodies
ntxnus to C.4)Individual
from yen This is y uf victor
bonier a.aUK" l
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The ladies fovemsms SMSM "The' whole. world mount
T.... $ 1.00
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trees'.e4 .a* eotsbliitjsm a .... p.sMg today b.cauM LI
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Ten The Florida' Catholic,

i iI fy fyr P Distinguished sons of Church named Cardinals I

((..minor. from |>m. I) lie finally entered the Priesthood an office that brought him Into Italy, in 1881 He earned a
-Ii became the 112in Archbishopof and was ordained in conflict with the German social; sciences degree in 1907
the ancient see of St. Pat. 1940 at the age of 54. lie was invaders during World War at the Catholic University of
rick and the first Belfast na. named Bishop of \Malaga in 11. Twice he was put in jail. Louvain, Belgium where he
tive to attain that honor.A 1947. In 1924, the organization wrote his thesis on the new
former professor of moral The Bishop's concern over Monsignor Cardijn formed asa Italian workers laws of that
theology and canon law, he the indifference of the wealthyto curate in Laeken, Belgium, time. In 1908, he entered the
was also vice president of the poor has taken many became the Young Christian Institute of the Oratory of St

( Maynooth College, He has forms. These range from special Workers The next year he Philip Neri in Brescia, Italy
Ire been a member of the government schools he established in met with Pope Pius XI who During the First World War
commission on income exclaimed: "At last here is he served
1i his diocese, which taught as an officer and
tax and lectured fre some 30,000 persons to read someone who comes to speakto took part in the battle of Or-
quently over Radio Eireann and write, to his buttonholing me about the masses" As tigara He was taken prisonerin
and the British Broadcasting General issimo Francisco head of YCW International, 1917. While imprisoned he

System. Franco, Spanish chlefof-state, Monsignor Cardijn has visited wrote a book, "Dght in Darkness -
He was born in Belfast on to tell him of the problems of the United States several ." At the end of the war,
January 22, 1913, the eldestof farm workers in the south of times. he returned to Brescia as a
nine children of a well. Spain parish Priest and in 1921 or.
known businessman. He won Monsignor ganized a diocesan liturgical

a scholarship to Queen's University Monsignor Journet congress, lie wrote two books,
Belfast. After graduation "The !Man1ro Knows How
he then studied for the Callori di VignaleMonsignor to Suffer" and "The Modern
:Monsignor' Charles Journet
Priesthood at St. Malachy'sDiocesan World and Christ
Federivo Callori -The first Swiss in modern
College From 1940
to 1943 Father
times to be created a Cardi
DI \lgnale-A Vatican prelate
On June 20, 1937, he was Bevilacqua was a military
who has charge of papal audiences nal, Monsignor Journet is

ordained He received a doctorate chaplain. For 15 years he was
and theologians
known by students
of divinity in 1938. He and is often seen stand. pastor of the Church of St
the world
studied canon law at the Gre ing to the right of the Pope throughout Anthony at Brescia lie built
for his writings on the natureof
gorian University in Rome. during papal functions, Mon. the church there and a com.
f Appointed to the faculty of St.Malachy's signor Di Vignale, 74, has the Church, writings that plete parish plant. In recent
doubtless influenced the ec-
served in the households of
in 1940, he became years he has spent much time
dean of the faculty of canon Pope Pius XI Pope Pius XII, umenical council's Constitution visiting In Rome with his old
law at Maynooth in 1947 and Pope John XXI11 and Pope on the Church. friend Pope Paul. During the
vice president of the collegein Paul VI. Born 75 years ago, he Is ecumenical Council he servedas
1957 The same year he A native of Vignale( Di Mon. now living in a seminary at an expert.
served as theologian to the ferrato, Italy, (December 15, Fnbourg, Switzerland. He has
Epiphany Day celebration in Tarpon SpringsIn late Cardinal D'Alton at the 1890)) he studied with the Jesuits written numerous theological
Irish National Synod of Bishops at Turin He next entered works, including "The Churchof Mr. Gloekler

the foreground, from left copal Church all of Tarpon Springs. sponsored by the Greek Orthodox On July 27, 1958, he was Rome's Capranica College the Incarnate Word,"" in
110'olumes a
are Father William H. Neuhaus, Between the two Priests Is Arch- parishioners. Father N e u h a u a Archbishop consecrated of auxiliary Armagh.to the theology.to study He was philosophy ordained and a short but influential work.; dies; fatherof

Catholic pastor of St Ignatius bishop Iakovos, primate of the walked in the procession which was Priest on December 16. 1917. "Introduction to Theology"and

Church; Father Constantine Rap- Greek Orthodox of North and witnessed by an estimated 20,000 Bishop Herrera In July 1919, he was named a a work on the primacy of Priests

tis, Greek Orthodox pastor of St. South America. The Orthodox pre persons assembled at Spring i chamberlain in the papal the Pope. lie was named a

Nicholas Church; and Rev. George late was In Tarpon Springs to pre Bayou Bishop Angel Hfrrrra Y household, In June, 1935, hewas monsignor in 19-16 J'IELL.1'ItKFather:

Johnson vicar of AU Saints Epis- side at Epiphany Day ceremonies Oria -The Bishop of Malaga, named a monsignor. FatherBevilacqua James F. Gloekler, pastor of
Spain, 78, Is a social activist Immediately after World Sacred Heart Church, Pinel-
who has repeatedly appealedto War II, Pope Pius XII made las Park, lost his father last
Doubts news the consciences of the Span. Monsignor Di Vignale his Friday.

Pope says unity L'OsservatoreCardinals ish wealthy, especially large master of chambers, in which Father Glullo Bevilacqua The Florida Priest's brother
ROME: (NC) Arriving in landowners, to meet their social he had of the
comes from love capacity charge The Priest is a close friend Father Herbert G. Gloe
Rome the same day the Vatican towardthe
schedule of papal audiences, and advisor of Pope Paul VI kler, was celebrant of the
announced he will be VATICAN CITY (NC) showPope's nation's poor. John XXIII named him
appointed Pope who accompanied him on his Requiem Mass at the funeral
made a Cardinal, Archbishop For the third time in eight The prelate had a delayed his majordomo, which office history-making trip to the for their parent. Martin A
Franjo Seper of Zagreb, Yugo. days Popo Paul VI spoke on vocation and worked as a law. gave him precedence in papal Holy Land in January, 1964 Gloekler Sr. Father James
slavia, was welcomed by a what must be the basis of pastoral concern yen when a young man, then functions immediately after He was born in Verona, Gloekler assisted at the
Croatian "Priest as "Your unity of Christians. became a journalist and for Cardinals and before Bishops funeral Mass.

Eminence. Appearing at the window VATICAN CITY NC The Vatican Radio comment. 25 years edited the Spanish
( )- ,
Archbishop Seper told the above St. Peter's square to Catholic weekly, EI Debate. MonsignorCardijn Charges Mr. Gloekler 73. was
Priest to stop joking But the bless the Sunday noonday ing on the appointment of 27 new Cardinals, stated that burled In Erie after the Mm

latter replied that he was crowd on January 24 Pope Pope Paul VI's choices reflect particularly the pastoral is was celebrated at noon 01
speaking seriously. That was Paul declared: concern of the Pope. 43 nations will January :25.!
bishop JOH>( Slipyj of Lvov of
how the learnedhe Monsignor Joseph Cardljrt-
Archbishop After noting that the an. the Ikralniiins Archbishop under mourned his
"\\'e must remember that and arrest He is by
had been named to the have Cardinals Few if any men have had a
Sacred College. unity is the fruit of truth and nouncement came as a surprise Josef Heron or Prague( reveals greater Influence on the youthof widow, two other sons. Martin
comes from loWe will\ "unexpected even in us. further what are the rev Europe and the world than 1'RlSC"I(: ) The Priest A Gloekler Jr and Robert K
A year ago the Vatican City have to apply this thought to ually will Informed quarters," qulrcmrnh of faithfulness and If..I.... fr.. p.,. I) Monsignor Joseph Cardijnwho who has been In charge of Gloekler, both of Erie and

daily, L'Osservatore Romano, all In cis." the Vatican Radio commentator dedication in the service .f Melkile, Coptic and Ukrainian 43 years ago founded an the archdIocese of Port.au- two daughters, Mr Arnold
reported he had died. This said that "Paul VI did not the biinh which Inspired the rites Prmce since the expulsion of G. HelM of Louisville and
false news was never corrected The Pope, who had spokenon want to delay longer raisingto choice of the new Cardinals," After February 22 the new the organization Young Christian that grew Workers into the Archbishop' and his auxiliary Mrs William J lieincU of

and found its way into the unity the previous Sundayand the purple certain prelates the commentator concluded. College of Cardinals will have Today the U'W has 1.5 million and vicar general! by Elmhurst, Illinois
official Vatican
publication, at length during his who occupy Important| sees members\ from Europe, 13 the Haitian government is Father James Gloekler had
Act of the Holy See, When Wednesday general audienceon L'Osservatoro Ilomano, Vat- members in 90 countries,
Considered from the of
from Latin America nine under home arrest in visited' with his father at the
now a
and their ear-old founder
Pope Paul VI personally apologied January 20, continued: view of nationality, the list of Ican City daily, said in a note each from North America and
of Haiti home In Erie duringhis
remote section it was family
regularly travels around the
for the error, Arch. \\e must be united with accompanying publication of
newly elected( confirm the Africa and
Asia, five from one
h..e.relrr lad illness hut in
charged was
bishop Seper said that the let. Christ and for Christ. Any wide breath of) universality the Pope list"Various world to meet and talk with
from Australia.
ters of condolence which arrived other unity would be but fragile characteristic of the Church," them. He has been! honored by ellfnllon. British attorney l'Iorldahen death came.
in Zagreb after the pre and equivocal.! We must I circumstances, (ounlrlrs that will hate Popes, kings and presidents. who. is founder and He returned to Erie: to be
mature announcement of) his seek and promote unity among Analyzing the componentsof first and foremost the commitments two or more (ardinals are Perhaps the greatest momentof secretary of Amnesty 'International with his mother and family
the new members of the of the Second Nat. his life ante in 1967 when announced the fate of
death taught him who his real ourselves, among us Catholics the following (with the number this week
friends were. in the Church and In all college, the commentator ican Ecumenical: Council, of present Cardinals in 30,(XX) M'W members gathered Canon Claudius Angenor on
forms in which human life is soil, "it is easy to see the have I led so far to the postponement pdrrnihmrt) in St Peter's Square to stopping here after visiting :Mr Gloekler. retired president i-

expressed and unity with our high recognition: which is of the holding of a Italy 32 (126)), France 7 ((5)), cheer Monsignor Cardijn Haiti for nearly two weeks. of the Gloekler Red i -r
separate brethren We will being conferred on the Oriental consistory for the apJolOt. Spain 7 etc i >, U S. 6 ((5)), Ger standing next to Pope Pius I.bl'lng Is ator Company of Pittsburgh
He said! that the Print'
t churches which ment of Cardinals.
will have new
XII. and Erie, and his wife had recently
send this great: message to many 4 ((3)), Brazil 4 ((3)), Can.
kept ripilv at a spot
.. those brothers of ours and we three new Cardinals" in the "Nevertheless! His Holiness, ada 3 <121>, Ik-lgium 2 ((1)), Ireland :Monsignor Cardijn was bornin five hours from the celebrated their golden
sacred away
auanh..nlg1.. will ask Our Laity to favor college. not wishing to postpone| further 2 ill, Portugal 2 ((2)), Argentina Brunei, Ilelgium, in a Haitian wedding anniversary rather
I .ppro..anal I.I. your! the...tron.Until,. this unity invoking her with "Notable also Is the atten the confcring of the dig. 212)< working class Flemish family. capital James Gloekler. has been a
Tr. p.iiv.ry rn 4.im her title of Mater Unitatis tion which the list gives to pity of Cardinal on certain The 32 countries that will Only through great sacrificeswere Canon Angenor was forcedby Priest of the Diocese of St
Huntington Bldg. Miami (Mother of Unity) the African continent," Vatican prelates, particularly in rev have one Cardinal each are: his parents able to send the regime to resign his Augustine more than 11
Radio said. "Asia Is also sped( to certain important the Netherlands, Austria, Poland him to the seminary, lie was position last spring after he years His brother is 'Iclanl
To Canadian see honorably represented." sees-while reserving to Hungary, !Scotland, Australia ordained in l'.*, Even; then preached a sermon railing to the pastor of Sacred Heart
VATICAN' CITY (I\CI: ) himself inclusions within the Uruguay, Mexico: Kc-: he had derided to spend his for the release of political Church in Erie.
|tss_ants Auxiliary Bishop Jean Marie "I.anlly, the Inclusion among Sarred College, of other) ecclesiastics uador Venezuela, Colombia, life on the side of poor labor. prisoners held by the regime
the elected of
Fortier of Ste. Anne de la newly some who are particularly Peru, Chile, Tanzania. Japan; ers in factoriesAs of President Francois Dataller Elect Archabbot
wmon.esmice: Pocatiere, Canada, has been names such as (that of Arch- outstanding In the service Formosa, India, Philippines, a young Print he studied The H'rmon11 deliveredat

named by Pope Paul VI to of the Iluly See in the Iraq, Armenia, Switzerland, sociology at the Diversity of a Mass; marking the Installation RKUKOV Germany (NO-
the diocese of Gaspe, Canada, Special Mass has near future at the end of the CZf''hoslo\8kla. Yugoslavia, Lou vain. Belgium, and talked of Duvalier as lifetime Father Damasus Zaehr:>
He replaces Archbishop Paul ecumenical council will be Ukraine, England: l'p'fr01.! with, European: trade union president of Haiti It was reported O s B professor nf i ,i'',<
Hernier, who died in Rome ecumenism /theme pleased to raise to the sacred la Algeria, South Africa, Ceylon leaders 'In 1915 he was named last July that Canon mental, thl'OloaIn, Sa,'tinAn .
November 21 after he suffered purple) in the secret consistoryof Syria, Lebanon and director of social) work for the Anernor had been fnned to >!'na, has been e '" '' .1
tall I Ifor a heart attack while entering :\1 l \lJEIIt.\: (lhlllC(: ) February 22 ." Ei'l1t. Mahnes.Brussels ar> hdiocese, resign' hn post and had fled 'January' 211> a. < hatihot ct f
st. Peter's basilica for Auxiliary Hishop Paul F. I I to the mountains the ar h.t>rx-\ ( II. ,'.,n
the closing ceremony of the Lcibold of Cincinnati called I I Ir

th h..f 500?IIOsnU ecumenical council's third I for a "spiritual ecumenism"
session. -praj'er and holiness-as the ? SCHOOLSROSARIAN
"soul of the ecumenical _

INSURANCE movement."

Fire Auto lift .Home or Business I He preached at H speciallow ACADEMY

HENRI A. MONTEAU Mass last Sunday which Reddest| | ... dal M-hottl for |lil I., .. thnrft .f .K..Mftl
:::illMORElAND.OlIVER.MONTEAU, INC. he offered at St. Gertrude's Uk Uorlh. trades a. U tnrhr. Filly .rrr.4ltr4. >.<*
... 33 Union Building church here for some :300 diluting, .ill _|M.rt., II\W'Ie', art, OamalM. lUrtftti icy
Phone 229.1988 Tampa" Florid.GAINESVILLE'S Protestants, many escorted bitten of ".. iHimnlr. .,>r raUlnff; .4,1r.'.<. R'fl.lrir.
fry Catholic nf'ighhorsIan1! RO.\RIU .U.tOKMl: ', \O -.T BK.ICH
Protestant visitors were
tls s4as' stst ssstastsasn guests In homes of Catholic

FINEST HOME VALUES parishioners after the even Academy Of The Holy Names
ing Mass, which was offered
at an altar facing the con. Xtt'daxt: a4 day school' for {:,11. 6r.ji. e*. U f..!.f. My
gregation. ccrad,tad. Pro?'** mciwdtt\ : coffaq preara'ory ad ftwatcounai l
? fKvt'c: art a<. HO:y
Bishop leibold cited waysIn N.*... 3)If .yiKort fowfoard, Tat>pa, Florid..
which those "who profess

hrlst" ran work for Christian ", ",

O jr!r TWO BLOCKS PROW \Ve must make every effort '
BT. PATKICK'H MRIBII AND SCHOOL to avoid expressions, 1

N. K. ella Af A IStk SUaal judgments: and actions whichdo "

not of our represent separated the brethern condition t Shp (@yatrr tar!

with truth and fairness ."

Lubricatad Your Windows l.telr1 Cooperation among differ .. SA ASOTA'S ORIGINAL HAW IAI
Ui. "LC.Wac" Aluminum \ .
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cant, the proven ...., way to lubrII ent churches good of humanity."for the "common ,""' I "" .. sulk .f SKan wy Pout mead en W Tral (ruJ.4IJ)

Clan, Long.Lilting Valva.y Smooth O\j l love our Wood"
eparating Windo, Doors, locks A "spiritual ecumenism"ahlch INFORMAL INEXPENSfVt
Fithing, T.dl.! Guns Folding Furn .- he said involves "a Represents Diocese at hospital conferenceFather s"t "for 1 II 1 A, M. M+ene: 1I4.2/It
fun, Tools Zippan.; Etc. change of heart, holiness of
Available in Squirt Cans AaroioU' pit.-, and public and private Terrrre: J,, Farrel'y of Or- were from the left, Father Patruk C

Quart Gallons at mOlt Builder f pi a..:,er for unity ." land right represented the Diocese Slevin, Miami: Monsignor lUrrold A.
Supply, Paint and Hardware Stores. wisosa All must examine theirown of St August at a conference ofBuihop Murray, executive director of the: conference GRIFFITH. CUNE FUNERAL HOME

Mfrd. by Eu<).n. Dos ni.h & Son won. fftithtokietf to CM *' representative for hospital from the bureau of health and AMIULANCE SERVICE
will for the. Church, .*] aeiinliniily -
Sine I9S2 held in Scotlwlalc Artaona, January Jk..patal'C.. WariiiMRton : ad Dr.
< undertake with UADENTCN-7: M'. ta Are. Writ
its S.W. 12th St.. 1S-21. JOIIfpb D. Lavrllr. San Frtncisc
the task renewal! and Among ex .utiw attendingthe
Pompano Bach Florid 'I iK r ANNA MARIA !SlANt)_ 4000) UanM CVw.I .
20th annual
rcluim nud-winter meeting

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