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: February 5, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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%'OL. X.17o. 14 Orlando, Florida, Friday, February 5, 19IU 10* Church' Modern Martyrs was given this week to diocesan lumban has served the thanks! to His Grace and to *
high school students by Bishop Thomas Qulnlan of Chun Church of God in the Far all the Prints for the wonderful .
East for as long as he has time he Is enjoying here.
Chon in South Korea The Bishop is in the Diocese at the
invitation of Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley. The Arch. been a Priest-45 >ears Someof His tour of Central Catholic friendship that has
that time was spent as a High I Schools of the Diocese A
Unify gives bishop welcomed the prelate pices of the diocesan Department captive of the Reds. began at St. Augustine st. been: preserved for 32years
group from Korea to Floridaon of duration.: Joseph Academy and Bishop has brought Bishop
January 29. lie is visiting the central Ills lectures In churches and Kenny High School in Jacksonville Thomas Quinlan S.S.C.,
With the Archbishop at Catholic high schools at the schools ol the Diocese stress on Monday followed half way around the worldto

inter-faith guidesST. Imeson airport in Jackson suggestion of the Most Reverend lay hewed and to religious the: line heroes of Faith who In by visits to east coast schoolson Florida It began

\ille when Bishop Quinlan'splane Archbishop, telling students the lace of communist persecution. Tuesday, central Florida when he was a young Irish
of schools on Wednesday and
personal experienceswith
arrived were MoniU\ Priest en route "home" for
the Red enemies of religion schools on the went coast on
AtGtSTI.NK ordinary circumstances, Catholics tian Doctrine is more necessary gnor John P Burns, diocesan People! who love Cod and Thursday and Friday. his first visit after goingto :

continue to be bound by the laws governing partic than ever in this period director of the Pontifical So- (F.Isehl're on this page. the appreciate what God has done ni hop Qulnlan will leave China as a missionary
of change clety for the Propagation of story of Christian heroism for them says Bishop Quin for the north in n1lIU'l'bruary. and he stopped| at the Apostolic
ipation in non-Catholic religious ceremonies it was in. We reiterate the clarion call the Faith and Father James which Bishop Quinlan tells Is tan are going: to keep loyal here tie is scheduled to Viiit Delegation in Tokyo,
dicated here this week by Father Irvine Nugent, diocesan of our Most Reverend Arch J. Heslin. recounted as he himself to Him, no matter what the Syracuse, Chicago: and Seattle Japan, here a Father Joseph
chancellor, and Father Patrick J. Malone of DcLand, bishop that every parish be a spoke of it to The Florida lies or the lying (promises <*' His night to Korea will P Hurley. an American .
C.C.D. parish. "Ut omnts Bishop Qulnlao's lour of the CatholicEd: the communists may sound .begin at Anchorage Alaska, from Ohio was charged
chairman of
the diocesan for Christian
Apostolate Unity. suit"Chicago schools is under the
unum high BUS Bishop Qumlan a mission. like" Via Tokyo. ( back In 1033!
It will be especially helpful, in the unity goals for
The') then" Father" -now
Priests to maintain cordial relations with the clergy of Archbishop Hurley invited .

other churches and Christian communities One of the the then Father Quin

purposes of these closer lan in for luncheon at the
on our behalf I sinners that we
relations, the Chancery are Apostolic Delegation and

spokesman said, should be Instructions for Catholics the friendship that began

frank discussion of religious from the Chancery list these there lated through the
points: O years.At .
questions. the last session of the
A statement on "'Ecumenism We should all pray among Second Vstlesn Council the
ourselves for the of all
in Practice" by Monsignor salty Invitation was extended by
John P. McNulty VG. ''*llii Grace to Bishop QulnlanV
indicates that the restorationof We should pray with other ) rome here to give a few
Christians for Christian unity V ejls on conditions In Koreaynd
1 p
unity among all ChristiansIs For these the / ll, what he saw In North
one of the principal concerns *
Korea hen he
w was a prisoner
"Our Father" is favored.We .
of the Second Vatican
there of the communisti.ltl .
Council. lie said: should continue to ', '
Christ the Lord founded one take our full part with other .f ,h p Quintan had spent
Church and one Church only citizens in all worthy civic: :o unbroken years as a missionary .
I However, many Christian undertakings. h In the Far Fast: firstIn
Communities present them. We should continue to i hlna, and later In Korea
selves' to men as the true Inheritors cultivate friendly relations e .- 1 prior to his capture by the
of Jesus Christ All, with our Christian brothers. _-J1a Itedi In ISM:

indeed profess to be follow. Monsignor McNulty:; eon- Ills eyewltneit knowledge
ers of the Lord but differ in eluded his statement, as follows of communist methods used
mind and go their different Bishop of Chun Chon in South Korea is visitor to Diocese In suppress the Church and to

ways, as if Christ Himself Finally. it must be kept In eliminate the freedom of the
were divided. Such division mind that ecumenism Is not Students of the Central Catholic High pictured' with the! Bishop of Chun Chon Blnhop Qulnlan Father OShca\ Carol Droed people was vividly recountedthis
openly contradicts the will of to be equated with Indtffmenlum Schools in the Diocese of !''t. Augustine are South Korea Seniors are, from left back row Linda Bauer, Kathy Unlns, Tina Damron week as h. spoke( from
Christ, scandalizes the world in religion' The primary hearing<< from Bishop Thomas Quinlan his Robert Newman Kenny Pomar. Joe flrsdy, Margo Cox Celeste I>t>\'clfI. Donna Klenel auditorium stage and pulpit
and damages the holy cause apocuiate of everyPriest firsthand information on the Church's Mod Herbert }Meir Richard Howe. Danny CoW, Nancy lines I Cynthia Roucxle! : foreground of his captivity In his own,
of preaching the Gospel 1 to and of every pariah Is era .hrt'n. The Bishop |posed! Monday in Tom Menerve. Hay Crceth 1 Danny IV>wna, Tun l>Prlchard Martin Sanders, Frank llusam word, the story of another
every creature But the Lordof to brug men to Christ and to St Augustine with members of the senior Larry )McGowan James Michael hero of( the Faith follows:
ages widely and patiently His holy religion The workof Wayne King Hanny1'111, Taylor, King, IJn.U Kutslrr,
follows out the plan of grace the Coefraternitjr of Chris- class of the high school serving resident" students Phillip Puhl; middle row Ronnie. ('.u"., Nell Smith lit lone 1lr."ltrlC'Jaklll\ Ann Ills Excellency, Bishop Pat
and the people of Cathedral Parish. Hrisnrm Iwia, Kathy MrCarter Marie f(lI.no. Judy )MtOovern Betty Jlull."tItn, rk k Byrne, ai you know. was I 1
Father David OShra of the Cathedral is Tousry, Noel Avinger, Sandra Stewart, Mary Runk\ and Joan Peters.Pope. the first apostolla delegate' le
I Palatka parish drives FORCED back page
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for expansion needs conference

I r.\I.\TK.\--A campaign to raise SSS.OOO win be conducted Show for Latin America tells of hymn-singing I

in SL Monica: parish Palatka. during the next concern ,
few weeks according to Father Antonio Leon. having key role in liturgy

The purpose of the drive la the reduction of the parish Hy Arthur l'W.uth"olld with tM realities of th* sit'uadon America and the role the American life "is enough reason
I debt, plans for the expansion of the school facilities, to \ and will continue t to t'hurth In latin America must fur optimism The ma vvucts( : cur (N lII.nll.1 and most necessary
provide a more suitable home for the Sister and to CHICAGO (NO) 0J't1- gather strength In u.. Strugfa play In helping Its people l'rIIllnd spiritual aid which Pop I'aul VI 1, In an ami! is singing,"
enlarge tike chunk ouua-__ mUm about the tncre 4ng of tile Latin AmsrlcM Hishop Mama 0 Mi fi rath has begun to flow .Into Latin t114t last week for more I'np I'aul said I hut hymsi. 'I
tog Father tAlOn said strength and Influ-moe of |I...opiet to rviiTOfne their C A C.. of Santiago d. ".ra. America is nf great imfNir- than HKX J( ) Prints parttcl Including popular ones, lilt
crippling proWnn Panama, said In a lance because
gust pel
The parish-wide solicitationwill the Church in latin Amer- "C'1Klf'l'rlUon listing In a convention im the will and nourish li wildrrllUiui
the which the "
Mp sate Interview InrrtawdinixKt
Assessing brings forth
be held on two successive *storal liturgy >ha- ,,"U.ntl.if..1 ,
| emj
ics, coupled with ACute hM already care from North | of the Church !in Latin
Sundays. February 7 and February Father II* eipreued the hope that slant the key role l of hymn. (
awareness of the IM'rlolAa"nl'll' artists are needed the
14, between 1 and 2 A.I.,1e l before long the programs ..fIdul'llIo" singing In the liturgy
of social unrest there PI>|MI said to give us a new
pm. Kenny program stresses and material std 'We are" not In a hurry," repertory cf songs (pleasing to
More than 100 men of the Lea set the tone for 4ibeYS annul give lath. American
he said the that the faithful
parish are" eiperted to take' tinny at the second annual the Impetus hey need l. helpIhemtrltes. proul so
part in the canvass, under the conference of the Catholic Latin American friends We must raise up a new are attracted especially
direction of Charles Crouch ;eirple| alas |learn lo pray as the youth who like t Id sing/ and
who has been appointed Inter-American Cooperation Defining what he 1 bf';f e the Ur'h, now prrr,'Ml''r3, wtilmg'y:: partklpate"Singing
chairman He will be general assisted Phil Freeman Hal Hall L RHebel. Program (C1COP) here on -IU'HVOM"III.F- The Catholic Inter.American Co. should U the rca: of the 'One of the preirl;>': ;11 wl| done, be said
bv peter Lanwreaui Martin llelly. Nathan January 27,29. operation Meek was nb-rved by the students of Bishop MIOW, page eight wh'tt! i I br:-19 to I b. rr' t I'OIT bark page
Roy Rash will/ direct UM advance Jones, Daniel Martinet, L J Despite recotrmtmi T that Kenny High V-honl on January 24 and 27 when guest
solicitation. assisted by Montgomery Marshal much must be tone to make speakers were invited to sddrewi the student tiody Cal'b I
Sch..M. William Tew mend
John Smith. and John Wallace the current' social revohtHon J. King Jr editor f>f the Florida Ttm+s-Unlnn here. spoke

Ift .bd'..... ban. Ws ... Father Leon said that St successful problems' through si combatingsuch poverlvlllitera on Latin In the modern high school curriculum, Colonel
leeled as general salkKatloachalrmaa H D Stem, from the con
Monica's had grown' tremend < v religious itn rsi-, e the mathematics department
and UMTSI 5elli- !.. ', in resell: tears Wn and commumwn a '>n vaa Is his aulilasl.The the char 'h was 1. It back in seemed 11. emerge fr"rn n',9d tin Life in Latin America.James the first Ii....".,.. Mr King,
f w'rig are re: -:brsof Jr.1. c: a haid/ trade tip >cuiKifli that the ( *l on Tu4.y, January 24.
I1* ao' K:" -- .'e I'LTKpagt UM hu started to come t' C' j Durant IV head! cff Mr. KHIc' remarks ren
tired arewid the importance
i>l laths in the modem high ,

Thelaole smcend assembly G stared ''t1'CV4
"I tetesil OXtern who tIt ,
; eks pre.#.led to the student
tardy by SMer Thomas J<..
4 s-f*. SSJ. prinrl-Mil c-f Pnh
op "....,. Colonrl 0'5tHn. a
rrff ew..Uy. from the rOft. _
k t estate for Costa Rica 10f"1I.ICIIt1
at***** tm Ui. niflibori rf
the IMed Stain te the ftath.T rt t
** thesis 0' the CatfciUebstf

American Co (wratlonPrograea .
Cirof i ttr WTV r; V
CJsurrh:: awl fcrM ..... i
r' t ts 4tm .to Una AawrtrM"
y Hetsi .,.... at Keaaystrews4
r ala yrer's ti+..., +d
aoafcs-4 tfst sdMsmts aware el
DIe ......... of friiLslia ......
MIl .... ......r-c ........ 1
v MsrM Assertras, a/ rest
Asnl eric.s a-4 Mst.
NIl ay /wtwc e.t ..,.
toward e/1.daoe/ sear.. For Catholic Charities Sunday, February 21
Kenny students show Christian concern cxofII: hmt t sal M >V4by
*. U .Utetis-M CaitwM.tar O'lktetf ewer tIM ehijen| 'ns nf r".t, >'T.turI'r the campaign early this

Caleb J King: Jr third from Jr- Catbr.c I? r Ar' '1' i I' rj *. 1.1.1). mrnlx-r. James Dunnt. lor hster.Aawrtraa Caap.irttssB ere a4 ......... fur the ('r'n,. Of' *,.. a/l t the Charities: envelop area
edrtor of the Floods Ttaes-fn. tans Program week: wn>ch .... u third frcea. neat! SB ilmssang Mr. Ha arm is t* knaifU CtefttsM ........ iu .*. taken on .--b- .. th-ir way to the parlshea. Kxtraetwraatty
.JIC'Uoon\Jt'Ia.c' \ week: a-idre-M promote greater orrl.rrt.rdusg r lit King to the ramfMM wr, froea tbl e fttnttt m < fcnrr t'ifth Aasekaf ruary :21 r) Father John J \1"lthan ( on the part of the people

the assembled stairaU "f "h.f latin Am" n. r*?|>n am'/fK: res.* left l Wan HruMuskl Kirk HrnrwMHi pr,rw rifle thai .11 I .U ceptike >, MXVV <,ffutaif taw 1..1, '< <' 'will hr nrrdrd I thM year to continue
Kenny H s* Vhm.l II* was MX- It f'*' h'i: mi:,.. f s f the t 'r" r.iStatea. : im I'K Krn A
*fc.s aakrrs featured during the Studeru wr l'll"1 1 *h. "rdn and Mary Jucbura.; Strut a' .....' ,II \i..... r .i. iikl..t |,*'' it <.. I ',,'I.r un l. r Catholic aiupkes.

Two The Florida Catholic, Friday Feb. ::5, ISGT

CatkoUc lorida ReportsSt. t t "- I DCCW corner l

Petersburg TallahasseeThere Orlando i 4 THIRTY days hath September, April June and Novern-

Blessed Trinity was a meeting of Do st. Jamra ; the rest have 31, excepting February which

Blessed Trinity Woman's minican elementary school The St. Elizabeth Guild of alone has 28 days. So to use the vernacular, it "figures"

Club will hold a dessert card principals in Tallahassee, Saturday St. James parish is sponsor. that In the shortest month we always have the most to

party on Wednesday, February January 23, at Blessed ing a card party on February do. Good Pope Gregory must have understood human

24 from 12 to 4 .p.m. at Sacrament School. Attendingfrom 11 at 8 p.m. in the club room. nature very well to plan the calendar year In Just that

the Anchorage Club of Max. St. Petersburg were Sis All are invited. Donation is a when we're short
way Most of us accomplish more of
imo Moorings. Donation $123. ter Ita Marie, Sister Andrew one dollar and refreshments
time than when there la an abundance of it, so now I lathe
For tickets call Mrs. Henry Irene and Sister Francis Elizabeth will be served.Lakeland .
Schmitz at 8672064.Clearwater time for all good Council members to come to the aid

Sister Marie Philip and Sis of their officers and help

ter Kathleen Edward cam St. Jolt'phMemben them get their reports In
St Cecelia of St
from Jacksonville and Sister on time.
Circle 8 members were host. Catholic Woman's club of {i \ Mri. James
Agnes Miriam from Palatka. This is the hour for all

e'scs to the potluck supper Sister John Terrence was the Lakeland plan a card party treasurers to forward all duu I Lacher
which the for 18 at 8 in
preceded February p.m
host from Talla.
principal -national, diocesan and deanery t
23 business meeting of St. Ce the new Civic Center in Lake l DCCW
to( their deanery treas j
celia Women's Club. .
Dr. John Simmons of the land.Mrs. urers.
Mrs\ John Jobst, Catholic Nick Polifrone, general !.. president
of Flor. Council histories cannot be
English Department
Charities chairman, packed chairman, has announced thllyear'
ida State to put off another day Bring
University spoke ( j
of theDishop's "It's .arsa.Y
39 cases clothing for theme is a Grand riir '
the Sisters on a "literature 5 them up to date now 4 I .
Clothing Relief Slam. Mrs. Polifrone and
centered curriculum." Dr. Irvin Our convention this
year Plans being furthered (t.
Drive These cases were her chairmen have been working
of the School of will feature our affiliation
Cooper make this an outstanding
shipped to New York. This is and planning now for
I' .
Music of Florida State University histories and each organization
in addition to the hundreds of weeks. Each year the club event and we hope that every

items she has collected and gave a demonstrationof sponsors bake sales, dinners, is expected to participateby woman in the Diocese will be
"Music in Junior having its history on dis
distributed locally and to the High rummage sales and the card able to attend- 1965 is the
No will be excused!
School. one
St. Vincent DePaul Society in party which is the biggest play year dedicated to relieving
Mrs. Banks diocesan
St. Petersburg. Blessed Sacrament event. Anthony 400 years of magnificent! his-
A letter of appreciation was Father Patrick Ii!. Madden, Father William J. O'Farrell, 4 r ItM historian, has prepareda lory and what better place to
letter of instruction on this.
read from the Sisters of St. pastor of Blessed Sacrament pastor, has always used the $ dt coalesce the past with the future
Affiliation and their
Joseph at Morning Star Schoolin Church, announced there will money earned from the projects presidents than at the site of theworld'
will from
pastors receive one
Tampa for the anonymous be a mission starting Sunday for the school and its w-_ their Deanery Historians greatest space eenterTAs
donation of 100. The Sisters needs. This the proceedswill I
February 7 at 7:30 p.m. year Archbishop Joseph P. Hur we ready our reports on
extended an invitation to the be used for the school and
The mission will run for two( Women's national boardThe Icy has approved( the dates of our accomplishments of the
donor to visit the school. the new convent.
weeks. The first week will be May 3-S for the diocesan wom past year, it might be well
Members voted to send Mrs. for the women and the second Mrs. Norman Curran, president board of directors of the National held In Washington. Mrs. Marcus en's council convention. Our for us to compare the resultsof
Winans and Mrs. Jobst, as of. ( of the club said ticketscan
week for the men. Council of Catholic Woflen' wu Kilch, left, of Youngstown 1st president convention chairman, Mrs our feeble efforts with those
final representatives of the be purchased from Mrs
club, to the Testimonial Din. Father Benedict Joseph Warren Baker, ticket chair. received by Archbishop Egidio Vag. of the NCCW; Mis. Margaret Mealey Arthur Snyder, has announcedthat of our ancestors. Have wt In

ner in honor of Monsignor Dudley OF.M. will conductthe man, or any member of the nozzi, Apostolic Delegate in the Unit. also in front is executive director the Ramada Inn at Cocoa truth become ss T. S. Eliot

Thomas A Colreavy Saturday mission. club. ed States, during the annual meeting Beach will be the headquar said, a generation of "hollowmen
ters. ?" It might be well at
night at the Beileview-Btlt Father O'Farrell, advisor
this time to( make a
more Hotel. CallahanOur and director of the club, and Pinellas Park separate
Father John O'Flahcrty, asBistant all members cordially wel. report on our failures; those
Lady of Consolation Sacred Heart Coming event:S things we planned so( enthusiastically .
pastor, was a special come everyone to come and .
guest at the and meeting January 6 was a memorabledate The third annual St. Vales.tine's but never got
supper spend an enjoyable evening.
Thli column IIMt future ......ru., iptelal RiMtlf sad ....". around
at Our Lady of Consola. his to doing.
lIe pointed out one of the benefit show and dessert _
Lantana this local I.ta'.... Adiui aotlo or 1..lar ....U...
rooms next to the cafetorium tion Church because it saw card party, sponsored by will U mltt.it Have we, as individuals,

was being converted to a Con. the installation of the very Retreat HOUNA the Sarred Heart Women's failed our young people, our

fraternity of Christian Doc. first officers of the newly The Cenacle Retreat House Guild of Pmellas Park will be "March of Cards, February Card party, February 11, 8 Cross, September I, Mission old people, the shut.ins, the
S and 6, St. Charles Par- p m., club room, St. James of Nombrt de Dlos St.
formed Guild, held at Augus- newcomers? Have we really
trine library and asked that for women and girls, locatedon Bishop Barry High

anyone having religious books Mrs. Clay Sanders of Fer- Route 1 announces the fol. School cafetorium. 6333 9th ish Council, Orlando, for information Elizabeth Guild, Orlando, Dedication of Cathedral of helped our pastor or have we

please donate them. nandma Beach, treasurer of lowing retreats to take placein Avenue North on Wednesday and reservations, sponsor Card 11 8 St Augustine December 8. hindered' him by our lack of
party February
the St. Augustine Diocesan the near future: February 10, 7:30: p.m. call Mrs. William Hell at Eucharistic cooperation
Congress St
pm., Clubhouse of Christ the ,
Port Orange Council of Catholic Women, February 12.14, general retreat Tickets may be obtained by Midway 41707. King parish, St. Cecelia Circle Augustine, February 20, 1966. Before we brag too loudly
J'piphany: was the installing officer. Father MacGuigan S.J., calling Mrs, John Ilanchar at
about what hate done
Auction, February 5, S 30 sponsor Dedication 0 f Votive I we let
Father Daniel Sloan of Our Father Leonard Duncan retreat master; February 19- 544-021)3):!) or at the door Donation Dessert us reflect on what might have
m, McCrory Otasco storeroom card party Deltona Church Minion of Nombre de
Lady of Lourdes was the guest gave the installation address 21, retreat for young Catholic is $1.25. Public is cordial. p been U each of had
Community Center February Dios, St. Augustine, 17 us put
speaker at the January 28 and spoke of the need of dedicated single girls and their non- ly invIted. at shopping center on April ,
11 1 St. forth just little effort.
p.m., Ann Guild, De. I!If>6. a more
meeting of the Epiphany Cat h- members of the Con. Catholic friends It is open to South Dixie Freeway, New Bary

vile omen's Club of Port fraternity of Christian Doctrine girls from 18 to 30 years of Jacksonville Smjrna Beach, Sacred Heart Card sponsor. 12 The time is short; procrastination
party, February ,
Orange. He chose as his subject in a Mission such as A""umplion" Is a thing of the past
Altar Society, 1'30 M Central
age.Those sponsor. pm., Peter parish deaneryto
the Second Vatican Coun. Callahan, wishing further Information Monsignor Harold .'. Jordan Rummage sale hall, DeLand, Madonna Circle There is still much to be done,
cil and its accomplishmentstoward The new officers are, Mrs. may contact the vas a speaker at the meeting so let us begin.As .

Christian unity. Thomas Sares, president; Cenacle Retreat Office, 14(10( of Assumption parish Guild !I and 6, 19 Magnolia, Eustls, Dessert sponsor card Febru. hold spring always,

Plans were made for a des. Mrs. Emanuel l Tasso, vice. South Dixie (Route 1)), I-an- held February 1. His topic St Mary Altar Society, sponsor 13,1 St.party, Sis La'hf'rSt.
ary p m Joseph
sert card party to be given tana or call Justice 2534.. parish
both president; Mrs, Carolyn Row. was the rights: of the Bishop hall, 202)! Lakeview, South, board meeting

in of the afternoon and eve land, secretary; Mrs. Arnold "",,,n \\\, \\""" \\\\\1 Mrs, John Willyoung was Bazaar, February 5 and 6, St. Petersburg, Worn e a's PetersburgDANIEL
, ning Thursday, February Robinson, treasurer; Mrs appointed chairman of the Guild PORT OrtVNC.E-Eplphany
St. Raphael parish grounds, sponsor
25 in the social hall of the ..
Church of the R Sykes. parliamentarian; Subscribe now nominating committee by Englewood; chicken dinner Dessert card party, Feb Women's Club here will be
Mrs. ,
Epiphany. and Airs Joseph Branccky Mrs C C. Lewis Jr., presi ruary 13, 1'30 to 4-30 hostesses for the spring deanery .
Tony Walters is the general sacristan. dentParliamentarian. February 6, noon to 4 p m. pm. board meeting of the Or. T. WINTER 1 co
sat"u,""""""n",,""'"",..,... K ofC hall 1700 Central Ave
chairman and Mrs. John ---- -- -- -- -- -- -- - --
Wag. Dessert card party, February lando Central Deanery of the
ner is the co-chairman. nue, St. )Petersburg, Ladiesof Hoipltil. School Bonds
1 8,1 to 4 p.m., Huntington the St Augustine Diocesan Council
S + + Knights of Columbus, 40) Herida) n.ltrellcl,.
Brandon Hotel, St. Petersburg CDA of Catholic Women
St. P.t.nburg
Nativity sponsor. Forty Hours Devotions, February The meeting will begin at

The Catholic Women's Club 14, 12:15: pm.. to February %10 a m. on February II at the Phone 142-0111

Spuhrttl supper, February 16. 7'30 Blessed new Holiday Inn Veil across
of the Church of the pm.
Nativity I, 5 to I p m., Trinity Academy the street from the
Trinity st. Daytona
cordially invites the women of ITtC vs I Reacts Il\d, Jackionille Petersburg

the parish to a "get acquainted" > St, Slits Circle', sponsor Benefit show, February II, Speedway on Route 92. Holy Nam. Church
Lunch will
tea at the Tampa Elec. served at
1 P m., Fgyptlaa Room .(
trie Leisure Bake sale 7 12.30 and the cost will)I be
House in Bran. ti t1 + uk February St. (herry Plata Hole), Orlando, JACKSON'SSHOES
don on February S from 9:30 Peter pariah hall, DeLand. :Morning Star School Wome.'sAnlllar" $1.75. Deadline for reserva

to 11:30: a.m. Mission, starting February lions will be February 15.
7 and running two weeks, Reservations chairman I Is

first week for women, second Dessert card party, February Mrs Toni! Walters Box 3ft5 DON BARDELLA

St. Potorsburg g week for men Father Benedict 24. 12 to 4 p m, Anchor. Rt. 1, Port Orange, Florida Malte"

Joseph Dudley 0 F.M. age Club of Maximo Moor. (IPhone, CL J-8W3))

w will conduct the mission at Jogs, Blessed Trinity V om. 441 Central Are, ItMlll

Blessed Sacrament Church, en's Club of St Petersburg, Bible kit
ALPINE Tallahassee.Forty sponsor,

The ell new Nursing Horn Hours Devotions, Immaculate Dessert card party, February H4SHINOTO.V (NC-The) FitroilM' A'Trrtlnrrt who.

for the finest (In Nursing Conception Church, 25, Church of the Eplph. National Council of Catholic septet your Calknltc, ftfrr

Home Care Jacksonville, February 7, any social hall, Port Orange, Men is distributing a "'pro

867-457J 12:10: p.m., to February t, 3.1) Women's Club, sponsor gram kit" on the Bible including

3454 2ltf Ass South Dinner February :20, 438 a booklet of Bible '

p.m.Dessert to 7.30 pm., Denary fire services for the laity, a pam ;;; 5'S.
;; lti bridge party, 7 30 .
l __ p m., February 8, Lake WalesWoman's Hall. Guild and Holy Name phlet on the Bible and the r&

Club Building, Club Society, Joint sponsors. laity, and other materials ;
EcJouard Men's Club leaders TerraceFather '
Crate] Temple of Catholic Women of Holy Dessert card party, February Copies of the kIt. priced at H

Contractor' and DMrtbuter 24, 7 p m., Holy Name each and R SO for orders of
for Brendan Lawlor discusses Ralph Barthle, vice-president; Al Mez. Spirit parish, sponsor. pariah social haft Gul/port. flor more, art available

parish progress with officers of the tel' president; the parish Priest; Benefit show and dessert for reservations, call 344-S4M! from the NCCM at UU Massachusetts PdanhNry
YUefl M.,Uf CeromTe. card Bishop Barry
Corpus Christi Church Men's Club in standing, Dill Beringer, treasurer; and party Festival February 25 and Ave NW., Washington
cud Moult Tl!.. High School rafetormm, 6333 444( ftfc! Sh-e**, Nor* .
20 Our
Lourdes D
seated Jim McGuire Lady of parking C 20005
Terrace left
Temple : secretary.
9th Avenue North St. Petersburg
'17-l4th St S.. J4 7-4101 lot, Melbourne, W'omea'sClub

February 10, 7.30 p.m.,
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'Hymns' on TV Sacred Heart Women's Guild, sponsor IOIINSON INSURANCE AGENCY

sponsor DeaVstfea ., Tewerlat

r>n F: Bowers of this city c I
Pr.lid.nt Yesterday and Today, featuring has been appointed parliamentarian Jill Ceotr.l A... T.leJSf. -.
C. Alexander Peloquinand M'
P.0emhrg 162.2141
for the National
11 members of his popular Council of Catholic Women.

MII Peloquin Chorale, will be tele- The NCCW, a federation of

One air.S cant February 14 from 1 to some 14.000 organizations, } Fer C.
le u 51005at 1:30: p.m., EST, over the ABC. with headquarters here, rep. ,
resents more than 10 million
eseaasuoss asses TV network. Calvary
less a... C a.ll a"1. s y.r'P Catholic women throughoutthe Cemetery
....Ie.I e.., a..s I...... ar 1.55.5. Innrs The latest program in the United States and on military .
..... c..
series Directions 'M- a Catholic posts abroad. A registered ,

Perspective, produced by parliamentarian, Miss \V. S. If .. Ir* St. N. PW I2MZ1IOffcc
Bowers is known in .
many sections
A.lINDIANRIVER the National Council of Catholic
of the country for her Opw M PJUL Defy I''M PJ4. .s s-I.y
Men and the ABC public
work with
FRUITUncondition.n. organizations.NCCW : .
? affairs department, was written .

Guirtnfad by I'eloquln and traces greeted

]/2 Bushel Grape the development of hymnody VSIIICTONCIArch: ( ) -
bishop Egidio Vagnoui. .
fruit and from the "To Deum" of the delegate the
Temple to United
> 4th century to( the works of States, recently met here 4/2! %
Oranges or All contemporary composers some members of the nationalCCW
r.e eN'r

kirh Temples Lord's Prayer This Is board.the age of the laity, Callahan group organizesFather a1tQL ON NEW

$6.95 Delivered PARIS (NC-French) Catholic he said, and the need for unity Leonard Duncan pastor of St Michael parish

and Protestant theologians in the Church Is evident The Fernandina Beach, and the mission of Our Lady of CAR LOANS
FERN GRILL Delegate mentioned Consolation Church In
FRUIT CO. and liturgical expertsare the acceptance of the Callahan called for Confraternityof

"The Old RtUbU" seeking a commoner. changes<< in the liturgy and Christian Doctrine work last month at the organization THE NATIONAL BANK

SINCE im sion of the Lord's Prayer to asked the NCCW leadership of a Guild in Callahan. First formal meeting of the OF ST musr'IG:
247 CENTRAL AVENUEST. be recommended to churchesof to( educate its membership new Guild was held' on February 3 with Mr. Thomas 100 TYRONE ILVO>>. a wt, AVLNI'E NORTH

PETERSBURG, FLORIDA 142.ItSf both groups for use at religious on the pronouncements of Vat. Sates left president and Mr*. Arnold Robinson, treasurer w F.DJ.C.

services Jean II. among the charter officers presiding GREATER WIST ST. PPmiUlVs IIABNO: UN I*

Three The norltla ('a'"otltFrIday.' Feb. 5, 1966

decrees open doorto Sharing our treasure

Catholic action by laymenThe Vocation to Priesthood is

Florida Catholic is pleased to publish this article The layman has the duty to answer for truth searcher
by Father Manuel Couto that the temporal r
a member of the Diocesan cooperate i
Liturgical Commission. l institutions and the structures a fi4t lit admire the Church but R

the welfare of 1 I wouldn't become) a
THE Second Vatican Council had approached two sub- improve mankind I. fe.
so that the spiritual life Catholic because it would displease ,
precedence in the history of councils: "
family. ,
be built
can up stronger my
apostleship of laymen and the dialogue with the modern this baiis

world. Both have a close connection; because of that The lay apostolate can be said Hate that any If of so your, there's friend an

dialogue of the Church with the world She needs to emphasize exercised individually without S answer and a most convincing

..the proper mission of that part of the Church other relations with the hierarchy one Falhl'r.li'
which lives in the world than that common to
the laymen every Christian. But it can be It's the answer which Clifford
F. Saw her, ROTC in.
done also collectively
Maybe the most significant organized
and in constant touch struct or in World War II, the choir
progress of Catholic theological at the C.llh: ..c
thought and pastoral lift Father with the hierarchy in orderto found and it gave him the church. It was high time, I

during the past 50 yean was -' '-.. get more efficiency from it courage and strength; to embrace decided to take systematic
the conviction that the laymen Manuel Thus rise the distinct associations the faith and to becomea Instructions

are not a mere passive element ..... of laymen with an Priest at the Now assistant Grotto pas "I perceived the establish.
tor Assumption
in the Church but that apostolic purpose. ment of the Catholic Chur :hand
in Detroit Father Saw her
they constitute a kJIC. the appointment of its
very Impor. The connection with the tells how he found the an
tant part, with a specific and hierarchy can be learned to head by Christ IS ccntar; i

very active mission and with different degrees of Intensityand Pope pleased with CICOP week aver before Luther founded the
proper spirituality principles but in its applications "In the summer of 1037 first Protestant Church
all of be
them can summarized
to the worldly realities he relates "I registered at
la fact, the progressive contact the know Paul VI has Mid he week Colonel H O'Steen (standing
of the also: I. e., social life, culturallife by name, Pope was happyto the University of Detroit and "Forced to choose between
hierarchy with the Catholic Action. learn that this introduced above between school officials) spoke Christ and luther
laymen is being the professional and familiar. year many soon I found myself enrolledin I chose
effective -
renewal ferment most in The (layman has specific All the aspects of Catholic Catholic Intcr-Amorican Cooperation about Costa Rica in particular and a (course Fundamentals of Christ All the sects stem

the whole Church life Its possibilities in this apostle. Action which ought to be put Week as an observance which should Latin America in general Pictured in Christianity, required for minI from the religious: up.hraut .

manifestation is clear in the shipt to fulfill It among the into practice by the lavmen.in "produce rich fruits of knowledge, Jacksonville are. from left, Mike Brune non-Catholics It proved most of the lit century had

subject approached by the temporal structures and to accordance with the hwr warm friendship and Christian con. Patt Flynn Bill Sullivan Ruth Maus- interesting. To prepare an but human founders larking

council The main goal in the (communicate to the hierarchy archy, were highly clarifiedby cern" One of the places where"CICOP" ert, Father John Mi-Call, Colonel essay on the many differences divine I I teaching authority.
reform of the is his direct knowledge of the the Council Fathers And in Christian Churches I hada they hate split Into many dl
liturgy incorporate
to week was observed was Bish O Stccn, Sister Thomas Joseph S.S.J. .
tltlons and will continue to do
completely the pea world. in order to elaborateand their effectiveness will giveto talk with the teacher, Father
pie of God into an active find out. Jointly with her. the life of the Church and op Kenny High School where last A Patrick Madgett S J. so.

participation of the liturgy.. Christian answers for hilIt' her apostolate, a historical It was very helpful lasting "The greatest obstacle was
problems and demands. step in modern times over an hour.
reluctance: to hurt my
The layman as a Christian, Cincinnati given "As my Lutheran minister
mother But Christ Himself
baa a vocation to the apostle- Pope awareness of Archbishop Shehan is 18th had warned me that efforts supplied me with the answerto
thip Actually the virtue of urges rules for common might, be made to have m.'I..e that difficulty when He
charity requires from all of
things their ; I put
way said 'He who loves father
DS U look toward the good of Church's services Cardinal In little warning against. or
world dimensions prayer American named a mother more than me Is not
ear slhbor, but the highest
benefit which offer (INCINNUI: : (:\C) A directive trying to convert me. It wn worthy of me' we can U
ear neighbor Is the Word of CHICAGO (>O)-Pope Paul VI haa called on Individual stating that Catholic)r I unnecessary for no one Here was a cue where as St,
Thomas K. ought to ma In
11 KittlingNCAC pressure anyway Paul
} warns, one mint obey
Catholics to become more aware of the world-wide may participate with non .
God rather than Mother
God.The News Service
dimensions and needs of the Church.
Catholics in common prayei
apostleship In its strict : Archbishop Lawrence J. Shehan of ruitlmore "Their' concern was simply' herself wouldn't want me to
Today it is absolutely indispensable that each services only when the serv. WIIF.N
sense consists In against
the transmission '. the Cardinal's! hat at the III of February that I would see religion nbJeelhely go my own con.
toward others person become aware of the true dimensions of the ices are "neutral" and conducted ('on. tory a<'il'","e"Hrnre.
in other than a 22. he will become the IMh Incumbent of a United and through the perspective
(through the word and example Church the Pope declared "Greater awareness will lead a place of history / it was with a clear
church was issued here by th States see to enter the College of Cardinals. "
) of Christian conceptof widening of vitality and fuller realization of the mean conscience that I was rereived >
life, not only in its supreme ing of the name Catholic: Cincinnati archdiocese chair Only American among the 27 new Cardinals named by "I wanted to learn more into Christ's true

Pope Paul made his plea in U S. dioceses which have sent eery with the approval oArchbishop 1 Pop I'aul1 January 2.hla) appointment brings the about the Catholic religion, Church and rwelved our
Karl J Alter
a message to the second an. 179 diocesan Priests to mission number of U S. Cardinal but hestitated because of the Kucharlstic: Lord Dally Mass

'JACKSONVILLERELIGIOUS nual conference of the Catholic work in Latin America: ".\ common praver sertloila living at the same time to a The In existence American M hierarchy before deep, hurt felt by my motherwhen and Holy Communion becamethe

Inter.American Cooperation U S. religious communities of which Catholics and non record total of aix. The was one of Its number years Arch my brother became a order of the day \\hen I

Program (CICOP). His men and women which he said Catholics pray together will I I United States has not been bishop John MiClnskey' of Catholic and married a became a Print I am certain

J\Y.1t'D'A: .'O.O" ;lI: letter was sent to Rkhard are fulfilling the engage .he "permitted under these eon, without a Cardinal! since New York was elevated to Catholic mother was proud and,
Cardinal Cushing of Boston ment" they have undertakenof dltloiu," the Cincinnati) direr. "I didn't want to have her happy, and, my daily prayerIs
the In
one of CICOP six Cardinal- sending a "till*" of their live slalesi 1911. Cardmalate 1875. hurt again, so I put the matter that God will give her and

presidents total membership to Latin (If the total of IB U S. Cardinals Archbishop Shrhsn Is the ankle I Signed up with all my loved ones the pre

More than 2OTO attended America by 1970: U 5 lay "1 That. It be a 'neutral 1(1( were native.born second occupant of the premier the National Guard, 210th clous gift of the true filth,"
persons volunteers who service It may nut be a stecifrally Coast Artillery and we were Father Sawher concluded
the conference (January are serving"in and t,.o-Cardinal Farley of see of Halllinore elevated -
-V many Latin American doctrinal service 01 tit the College of Cardinals. Immediately federalized and
V 29) in the EdgewaterIteach : New York and Cardinal Glrn.I .
of DivliMworship
strictly a ceremony I
countries! and CICOI' itself lent to Fort Sheridan."Later .
s. aLN Hotel
on theme which 'seeks' by educaUnoal ie STEAKS "The Church and Social Revolution sen fee). Generous use ol f of Ireland but became America's Second' Cardinalwas Utah' Slate College as an
U saute understanding
means greater
.... II es. ...... in Latin America." pe
Scripture general privets to I American cltlreni Archbishop James Gib- ROTC Instructor In that Mormon .
R "N of Latin America ," '"''''"""''''''\\"'"
Pope Paul coupled his appeal 'I problems among the God, and hymns with enthronement In addition to hew I IS who Ions of Baltimore, who died locality many questionswere

for greater awireneta .f Catholic millions of the liMo of the Rink could rc HHed U.S. sees at Die time In \\'Kl! after serving! 35 years raised about the Catholic Alr

BOOK the .rld'ilde nature .f the. ed States" make up turn a service or their nomination to theCardmalate. .s a Cardinal He was the (,hureh. and none of the '

Oiurrh with "2 That It be held III an first American Cardinal who Catholics seemed able to answer TT1IiAI
high prale f raid Pope( (P*-t voiced hope that there were IS ti t
& GIFT SHOP auditorium. other commonplace particl|>aled In a papal .('- them
rendered I In recent years the meeting here would or other prelates who served In
Milllii toe J.... r-n-<>l. .,.r.. by tilled Stales Catholics U '.many practical results rather than In a church the t'niled' Slates and later Ion( that of Pope St. Plus X "
er.rreao.sst. 1 felt Inttlnrlltely (hit
BOOK 51114.r.rclrt. .* the Chorth In Ullsmertca.. ," particularly "I wirier.. "1. Hurt permission he obtained were elevated to the sacred In 1911.one! and I
... LT Nceelle and more solicitous cnllahora. In each cane Of court, purple Two of these headed I'' S. Cardinal, Cardinal there were answers was
,... .111. CIII It.1aa5. Presently he said there are John Glennon of St luls, determined U get them.'
lion of the l'nlt'1l1.lf'I! of non-Calholn are alav wrl American sees before their
.. .. .
...Rose--a ,,,-... -, 4091 V. S. Priests Religiousand America with the Chun In come to be prc "<'nt and JII.n l elevation' two served as lived less than one month after "'I railed at the Catholic

these 7JI-04SS laymen serving there. latin Amr",-a, such as urgent: In ptajeri at any Catholic Priests, seven were refnenentatlves his elevation. He received rectory In login and rather
He/ called U S. Catholic needs drrr-aid." rhur '"i sr -. !?: of the Holy See here Die red hat in Home on Feb. C. V. McKaihen. a Dominican .
programs for latin Americaa and four were staff members wary 18. J9IIanti died In wn delighted to provideme i J t

'l providential apostolic of the apostolic( delegation In Ireland March 9, 191ft, while with all the information A111aNl W'1St

movement" and said they Y \\anhlnglon. enrmit home. nestled t v
ThunderbirdllSfAUUMf make up "one of the most "We soon became fast ; 1a ,',
The H/ Amerlean-refWent Cardinals and their yearsIn
beautiful pages in the historyof friend, and I visited him
the Church In the United the College of Cardinals follow: regularly I made one lint

Stnrlng OtCcUwt States" John Mi-donkey of New Yak W5-1WW( but disheartening attendant Food
Particularly h light of the 1HM-1M1 at a Protestant Church of all
James tlibbnns r>f Italthnore
STEAKS ecumenical council constitution I Faiths but It meant. nothing! TWO JACnflHWJ: lOCATKMt
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it Is "most consoling to witness OCornell of Norton IfH t.tDU Catholic! church again Soon Suteateer41Ini.ap

this transfer of i Dennis) Dougherty of Philadelphia 1021-1051 1 uaherlng and singing In
energies was \1 \ ,,,,,,,,,,,
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Body of Christ to another"lie Y Patrick Hayesj of New York 1MMH1H! '

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The Life of Our Lord God's world

Comment Lessons of value conveyedin Influence of grace changes .sinner.. .

For example, It is nanny to
Holy Family's hidden life IF we believe what we read be wondered at if a slum

Let God bear your burdensWE the day will come when child embarks upon a life of

SO the Holy Family went to the demographer and family sin Raised in a shack or a

Nazareth \\. might almost planners get the population Father tenement where a family of
humans do a lot more worrying on this earth Is a little bit of happiness.Our say it vanished into problem under control. Then sn or eight occupies one

than we should. Although we faith tells us that perfect happiness Nazareth Apart from one tt the number of children bornin Leo J. t, room; exposed early to every'

be found in eternity. Yet single t'plsode-\\hlch did each nation will be vice
have an antidote for it we often fail to can only not proportionate TressUnder species of ; deprived of
worry deprives us of this little bit of take place in Nazarethwehear Frank J. to the material resources adequate recreation, a d equate ,

use It. The antidote is faith. Our faith happiness that we should be having in nothing more of Christ SheedIs of that nation. No medical attention, adequate .

tells) us that there are certain things in this world Each individual has his and His Mother till lie was longer will there be povertyand schooling-it Is not sur

life we must turn over to God Parents own purpose in life to know, love and thirty, nothing more of hunger because there wilt\ prising if such a child grows
Joseph at all be enough! to go around for without ideals, angry and
worry constantly about their children. serve God Threats of war, atomic disaster everybody. No longer will the up the affluent
toward more
Yet somewhere along the line, children famine, sickness, hardship should We speak of this period at rich have occasion to feel the Influence of bitter society which h. sees

must be entrusted to God. Children not deprive the individual of happiness. the Hidden Life. guilty about their wealth; the grace a single act of the will around him.
in in what condition he into a
must face the temptations of the Whether be child adult the or rebuke of the have.nots will can change a sinner
we a or an The phrase Is worth a look the eldest boy Instantto For such sinners, action Is
return; but an
world and no matter how much par. only success in life is to love God- There are two ways in whichwe may may be neglecting his studies be silenced saint.make It an takes act of repentance. called for as well as prayer.

ents do for them the child will never the only failure is not to love Him. To can b. wrong about It. . Imagine any hundred Whether or not this Utopian It takes but a moment to turn It is remarkable how wt can

overcome those temptations withoutthe be perfectly honest, only fools don't One way is to substitute a problems that can plague or- objective will be achieved from God, but only a drive through a slum and
grace of God. Husbands and wives worry However, faith does lighten different meaning of the word dinary families, and see how we do not know.It moment also to turn back to feel pity but not guilt for the

wry often worry constantly about this cross. The more that our faith is "hidden"llslhen we speakof many of them could possibly is to Him sorry lot of the dwellers.
contemplatives reliving interesting speculate The thing lacking in
each other and the bad influence which put to work the more we realize that the hidden life of the Holy and have arisen for Jesus, Mary however, what would God's grace surrounds and us is a sense of human manyof

they might have on their children The ultimately everything depends on God Family in Nazareth. Con The Joseph one kind of problem we happen if governments, in presses upon every the sinner sinner no solidarity a sense of oneness
plain! fact of the matter is that all of and our little efforts only have lasting templatives live their livesin can easily imagine their shar their control of births, could matter be how However, God has with our brethren If a

them are children of Adam and Eveas value when seen in the light of faith. their convent, unseen by ing with many of us Is lack: breed out sin as well as mfy made the effectiveness of His brother can suffer and we Dot

well as adopted sons of God. Since God wants us to be happy not only in the public. There is no obvious of money This brings us to poverty If the scientists could largely dependent upon suffer, something is wantingin
consult their charts and de grace
everyone is afflicted with the weaknesses the next world but this world. He has similarity to this in the the second difficulty in the and me. our understanding: ofChrist's
life of a carpenter! in Nazareth cide that this particular child you
of the first parents, we are all assured His followers of the maximum indeed way of the modelling of our should not be conceived be- In union with Christ we message.
or anywhere.
going to fail each other at certain amount of happiness that can be foundin Joseph was a tradesman depending family lives upon theirs cause he would be a sinner, must take the sinners burden Many: of us, too, lack an appreciation
that those
times of our lives. It is God alone who this world and ultimately eternal for his living upon a hidden namely hidden years from are what a beautiful world this upon ourselves By our of our own power.
years, vicariously
and -
will not fail the human race. happiness in heaven, so try not to steady stream of customers. our eyes. would be. prayers offered penances for him, wt You can prove your power

All that most of us want out of life worry too much, leave some to God. So was Jesus when he grew to Such imaginings are pure the the by an experiment. Pkk out
the to be Me have nut one single detail The behavior must
age a carpenter whimsy, of course. someone in your circle of acquaintances .
himself. of their life In Nazareth.The of free human wills Is grace that he will not merit who
by objective
Sacred Scripture for himself. We must crack
The whole town knew all much too unpredictable to admit from
evidence is separated
only] Incident of those his shell so that God's grace
I ; three of them, saw them years that has come down to of scientific forecasting. can find entrance. God and therefore a sinner

daily, was in and out of their us took place in Jerusalem. Today's saint may be tomorrow's Begin today to pray for that
Exiles offer heroic act of faithI There are times when action
home. Privacy was hardly Christ, aged twelve, deliberately sinner, and today'ssinner person, frequently and ardently .
possible in a small Eastern went off by Himself for i tomorrow's saint is called for, too, as wellas Offer small penancesfor

last'rek', column we dent that lie would restore village, and was in any event three days, without asking From a God's eve view at any prater and penance him-the pain of a headache .

I saw that psalm 113 Is them completely. not much valued. Their life Joseph and Mary or even tell particular moment, the human It is somewhat of an oversimplification an hour without a

made of two quite distinct was "hidden" only in the ing them When Our Lady race must look like a but wt may smoke, that second cocktail.
up has
The whole psalm a
sense that the great world asked Him Why His answer mass of winking Christmas say that in general there are You may not see immediate
psalms rather arbitrarily railler liturgical ring to It, and
: may Ignored them, very much rs began "Didn't you know?" lights, as grace leaves ont two classes of sinners those results. It may take years for

stitched together. The first, John J. '' well have been used In the it ignores you and me, and We shall discuss this strange soul and enters another. whose sinfulness stems from jour prayers and penancesto

which we called. 113A (verses 1 temple.services of the reconstructed that history carries no detailof episode fully in a later Fortunately God can accomplish circumstance, and those overpower him. But you

1-8. Is a magnificent song describing Coslelotwith their life to us, any more column, but at least. we can miracles of which whose sinfulness is a matter will save that person's soul.

Israel's flight from The opening. verses quoted than it will carry details of see that it Is not for imitation science cannot eves dream of pure self.love. Never; doubt it. You wilL

FIU'Pt.: The second 113B above sound like the exhortation your life or mine, by the children of an ordinary

(verses 9.26)), is strikingly of a chanter urging the There Is, of course, a profound family. And it I. quite literally

different In form and in con. a heroic: act of faith people to praise God and to sense in which the two the only detail wt have of Pope Paul VI

tent reaffirm their faith In Kim. sorts of hlddenness are related those years
"Not to us, 0 Lord, not to There follows denunciation but it Is to
a necessary
Historically the situation, it seems following to reflect us, but to your name give of the gods of their pagan remember that they are two It Is not easy to use the Sacred College/ grows with Church

glory because of your kindness Holy Family as a model: we
neighbors and a praye that sorts.
the return of the Jewish
exiles from Dabylon They because of your truth. the latter may become like use Jesus, :Mary and Joseph Is a transla a juridically determlntd I fOre, of traditions, of cultures
That the ford of the World them
Why should the nations say, s patron*-prajlng to FOLLOWING
found themselves in devastated the Idols they have created figure to the Sacred Collegeand and .f worth
a 'Where Is their God?' Our should have chosen the obscurity .s a Family to protect our speech by

long neglected home. God is in heaven; whatever deaf, dumb, blind, lifeless. of a hill village( In family, and to The third and final stanza
land surrounded by hostile, he wills, he does." Galilee gives a value to obscurity relations with II.Ve general audience on January number of the 70 Elders of to this. the variety of
sneering pagans who ceaselessly opens with a declaration of which It had never 27 In which he explained why Israel whose duty it was to .
taunted them and the After all, God had brought faith on the part of all the had: and the contemplative \ shall do this all the better he named 27 new Cardinals assist Moses in the go/era- qualifications which distinguish
them back from exile, againstall levels of Jewish society: the the new members of
God who had apparently for being totally realistic ment of the Jewish people
lives this value In his
odds, and if their. situation laity (the house of Israel) own Beloved sons and daughers.today' College of Cardinals This w t
abandoned them. about them seeing them as (Cfr. Exodus 24. 1; Pastor
was bleak at the moment, the clt'rltythe( house of way.The they actually were not as theme Is that of the (German historian of the say to you since the Roman
And jet they. responded they were confi A conMstory together( with the Church may not be a closed
HLROIJC rghtJjV other of
page way misusing figures In a parable, or Popes)I. Vol 10. pp. 169-170))
nomination of the new Cardinals Immobile .elf entered
the Life in Nazareth arises statues grouped about an altar From then on, the number fold -

from forgetting that it Is but as real people in a All are talking of it, of 70 was never surpassedFven and exclusive, but rather
Father Michael V. CondonMinion those ho directly
even are not be
should the Indispensablecenter
hidden. We say, for example real family There are thingswe Pope Plus XII, we recall -
el Nembre De DIM that we should model our own can know about their life Interested In this. event chose to remain within of a flock brought together
e family lives that of the since all understand that It la : yes, a single flock:,
upon\ in Nazareth in spite of Scrip. that limit although realizingit
not singular only by virtue of one that Is open and has a
Holy Family. There are two ture's silence things that barely corresponded to the
QRGAt ClUptGRS In difficulties here. The first Is flow (not fancifully but necessarily its outward aspects-that Is, increased dimensions of the variety of forms within It, the

that the )Holy Family consisted ) from the kind of people rarity public attention Church (Cfr Discourses \01. flock of Christ wonderfully

of two Saints (one of them they were, from what his. solemnity and Internationality 8. p. 304 ff). characterized by the complementary

cLor ioa catholic history conceived immaculate), and totells us of events that -but likewise because of It was Pope John who went nature of Its constitutional
the relation it can have in .
Child parts unity and catholicity.
a who was God. must have affected them
that limit. And
beyond therefore

terms of the orientation both .
It Is not merely flippant to from what other writings of it has not seemed to us authority and fraternity
practical and spiritual, of the
(hapter 78 other duties of his pastorate, was probably a surprise to say that ordinary families are the period tell us of everydaylife Church toward the unprofitable to profit from the identity of the Faithin

was he tardy in opening the the few English speaking not like that. It Is plain fact in Galilee questionsof his example and to increasethe the boundless and vast
official r I I visitation our times and because of
THE church doors or in ringingthe members of the parish. that our problems must be! let us begin with this last. the number of living Car. breadth of charity
with which It
on September 14, bells that announced different from theirs. When a The next column will treatof dinals to more than 100 and We touch on these things,

when the people of the parish services, did he dance or To the Spaniards, It was amore husband Is out late, his wife the dally life they lived at clothes the persons called to to do this for plausible reasons most beloved sons, so that
of the SacredColiI'll'
were formally assembled and play musical! instruments at familiar experience may find herself sick with people of that particular part seeing you here visiting us on

Bishop Cyril read to them ther.dnto weddings or engage In private Still, if the notarized acts of worry as to what company he place and time and cl.... The proportions of the the occasion of that lovely tc

: de Pecados I'ublicos- business enterprises? the visitation are an indication Catholic life Is la acme Church today are not those of clesiastie event there may

the Edict of Public Sins. As for the parishioners, comparatively few people Question boxUse ways characterized by. this the 15th century but are very grow In you the desire to

This document, a part of they were expected to reportto took this opportunity to fact greatly increased and through know ever better and alwaysto

the rubrics of a violation! the Bishop all cases where divulge the misdemeanors of It Is this that explains the the grace of God are spread admire more this ancient,

was a solemn appeal to the couples caused lived homes in to concubinageor be broken, their! neighbors of a single cross attention with which it is sur over the fact of the earth the majestic Church and of robust Peter tree which of

faithful to inform the Illnhop The reports on Father lias- rounded and which
Justifiesthe Moreover: the representative with the
bad to their of centuriesand
or passage
of any abuses' that had arisen children gave sett and Father 0'Reilly were preceded the Crucifix filial curiosity and which function .f the Sacred
doctors were to be enraged tempests long
In the district whether
accused if they failed to Inform uniformly good although two seems to us to be caught in (liege has become more ago should have become arid
through( the fault of the their seriously sick of the parishioners, Don Bernardo Q. Why does cur Catholic numeral, 10, but could remind jour eyes turned toward us ample and aerdful. and this and decrepit' but which al

Priests or of the parishioners. patients of the gravity of their de Madrid and Miguel Crucifix have the body of Christ followers of His cross in mute but penetrating qUl'l.tlonlnl Is due U the determined de- ways within itself the

All delinquencies were to be condition, so that they might Iznardy, criticized their failure hrlut upon It, when the nnnalholle and of the first two letters of What do we think dales '( Plus XII himself to divine energies which Christ
to preach in the Spanish (' ('root doein* l His name I i.X Is the Greek let. about this
coming consutory'bes mark the suprnatlonal
roMi'tcd| in detail: did the receive I Extreme Unction na- in it and which from
pastor offer Mass regularlyand !: And so forth. style. and said that the people A Probably the strong ter for Ch). [ the Pope| tell us nothing lure .( the ninth which If time to time reinvigorate its
preferred to hear rather Puritan Influence In England: of this theme which so greatly reflected lii the
with edification, was he The searching Inquisitiveness '- Some of the earliest symbols structure .( traditional structures
remiss in the administrationof of the hdicto: with Its Camps and Father Traconis for a century after the Itefor- of the Crucifix were: a arouses the Interest of all the body .( Cardinals May you love always more

the sacraments or in the temptations to the Father Camps was especially I \ matron did much to bring even among those who know the holy Church of God In Its
gossipy lamb l lying at the bottom of
singled out for praise by the about this difference, As earlyas little of this matter, and how Another reason Is to spreadthe universal
an achor or a dolphin coiled aspect, and may
people of the Idea of ecumenism to
parish the time of Quern Fliza-: much more among those of
J. around a trident It was not you, sons, you faithful think
M. Murray which the council in thecourse
faithful in audi
beth the Puritans were rid.
Bishop Cyril hlmirlf was until about the sixth century of all these farts In terms ef
of its existence has
ding churches of both epee with the lope while the
Impressed by the. four Priests crosses the ApotUe who : "You
that Christians began to rnit says
given so much
of the uses, and by their. and Crucifixes. However it I fa whole world comments on, splendor andso are not strangers and for.signers .
but true general anything I like a realistic much
Strange hope.
said that the Queen always d/teCu./ .... predicts calculates l but
administration of the you are citiiecs
figure of Christ on the cross, It Is not our Intention, and
kept her own private Crucifix about, criticizes, applauds with the' saint and membersof
Copyright 1965. NC\\C News Service In earlier times many of \ or passes Judgment on we tell you this quickly to Gods household"
He cautioned Ilassctt how. the of Purl. them had seen crucifixions; this forthcoming. consistory' improve the efficiency of the
After decline
i* Tut won usso TO onion me sara AND and the too suns )I.
CAIUFUC. cifNiine, ITUOV or fur: MOLV MOUO ormr 'sues.cwMsrs ever that he would have to tan influence it became memory was Mot beloved sons, you do Sacred Collar by means of
.(acres MovrnIrs ANa 1.W'AN$ o"1fI ", .Ii'N6AG'IH. ghastly to be frankly pictured numerical inflation
MVUT awes SASSY mf SMitouo Wet frsrfnor show greater rare in the easier to restore a simple not ask us with your silent\ bat

"r".... The Bishop directed that crucified Saviour -once denoumed Hut the eighth century the live answers For you It ts when the council ls ."r. to Tlufloruivv.arlvolic I :
figure of the Redeemer) on the vet again create some more
henceforth all baptismal confirmation as a sign of papist enough' to know from ow lips
and other entriesIn Idolatry Many churches in crocs had become common' what can be useful to you In Cardinals but to keep their

the registers should be our country are still! not and from then on it has beena judging! this event in Its true number strictly within the

written in Spanish Instead <>If marked bv a cross On the favorite subject of artists lifhtllrtl. realities of the true needs of
living' us everything from the the Church which .
Latin. and he left rmx el formulas other hand many .Anglican must reflect
horribly contorted, agomswgChniti .( all. we say I. JM its magnificent sinner ..- wwv CAS.e
to be followed churches have used
: for each long the
of ultra,realism to the that this event Is *.! extraordinary sally In the College of Cardinals rr.Bi.. rT>*ue rta... H*.
__ category of entries Crucifix with veneration
gloriously serene. crownedand but li part .( the now a synthesis of the re ... scan 4t.-..><
Bishop Cyril was also critical Traditionally Lutherans were ..1e.M CHUM .*..
vetted figure of Christ ordinary (life of the ('harsh. Catholic world rather than of
of the fait that almost\ generally quite tolerant of the .
the King, .\nd In the midst of since It U a fart that Ute the city of Rome but also .1..e.. rtwtt 111.1a.oipa.u
none of the Bit Negro slavesin Crucifix, though in our country .
to r. *. .
( ,llll' .( CardlMU has
them commercialised
are rather In a symbolic and r...... Ise
East Honda had been to p.sir wow
they seem prefer I
AMUtKTCKiWNMICH m models which tend to prove evicted fr cealurlet and that qualitative than III a quantitative -.'".. Ii ..,
II MXMlllMO baptized lie reminded the plain cross
w "'IfIW 'X the Puritan right. It It Inchidrd I. the ...r"alI. form a'l!I the mere Ie because n. ....... r.s r __
M AtlY.I.M/% 1MCc..eDUI. lathers that the diocesan Of course the use of the ..t .f the UIIl'dl. that Is !II Mr ./ l., ....... e_ A..ri..
PauwANIINy or K.NrA : sr statutes required slave cross came before that o( U Nh Is It wrong f.r( a we arc tnutktag of enrirhiac .M '". >.. -., .-..... .
I a M 1 I K.Lq VCNUttlMM holders to see that their the Crucifix in Christian history Catholic It will his eyes t to an ranot law.If ourselves in the extrtuw W..ftr. 'M.'m*-- ,... ..
A.GroN MIX WWVMI ef *! M..... ,
MOM o.M. I NMt wars WH slaves were instructed in There was probably eve bank after his death? not tatraortfcaary. ..... our apostolic office, -ut,.. L...... u.w.NMw.N./
... .. .. .
..w.uoy f .....1"."' _.1 MITAyidwa Christian doctrine and pre much private use of the crow A It lint ever, there are several of its aocvr&ac to needs and various I.sir:,,.III .a.N ,.. Am .. M....

/; ..t..... tw wA..N .MI.... pared for baptism within six from earliest days of Christianity aspects which are worthy ef ways. from the aiMUnce u
III Mil*MM AM* M months after their purchase have little tome .pllfj.t... First Is tile
Cyril decreed tout slave far It, because: These asserts are from numerical M'e' at has already (lees fj
Tt LOMIOT? SKI MArt is l.rM s w l iar11AT K A proof during apect
.TLIN NIMN. NLlWVe,, .e {MV.CN O {, .NAv, W ANs holders who failed to do su times of pmvititHrti the. "The Quetllos ft.tr.a. It u kswwa hit stores the (Mae awl. at ca Utter be C.,- TS./ a /NA
Ww W NN ( N.t. ,Nisu AAr ducted MuB. J. DCwaway. A
by UB r ** la fee tartan ,.
__. al.eSlewi
AMI.nM e'ri ewaM r!? would Incur etiomrnunlcatlonfrvtn Christians "wr, afraij la sea lth century tile somber UCr

taAsf4.le-a.C w AA.bath nt w.nuv Mp9 the Church r" TiUable cress on any llvnally ......a
i ..Aww I ? Father hasten was told to of their nwnumesti So they lumnlt. Direct i yeargDstioa 7D. This was tstabfaX by th* le give !. the' Sacred C4- nw, .....yAo.r

have the church bell rung ata began: using disguised t I ItlfRed. please), !Sutin, X with his cuesttutsue, l leg, an etprrttka .f 'ae )I.. ....

certain time on !Sundays to rro.inej such al the \\a'llk. Orla.cU U The ,FlorMa ("Ilelk'! 'la Poo'':aum \eni. in l-6 o r mmi.U, aid m.re a effre fuller. ...... II ...o.,

summon the slaves la regular or an an. !hor or an X whi? h full' the arb r\ martntl'f live repre.e.tatow.1 alllter"

instruction\ classes might: look like a llomau tupcn..: us ;lardjnali! ;u jive t Ij. of celleglabtUt, W UJ f'ri- Friday J.tona". J, IKCatholic



The Florida Catholic Friday, Feb 5, 1963 Prelate says

The backdrop

East, Westcomplement

Inauguration rite is health hazard r

aftermath of the In.
THE while each othernRUSSELSNC
the President Inaugural day was
clear the temperature was
down with a severe cold h ,
below freezing n .
f < ) ;*
and sore throat and his wife

and one of hit daughters afflicted How did it begin ? / the present Catholic relationship and Oitl brt I'",l: z 1
with the same ailment r'l (hun'hcs is no longer nll'. '

In milder form raises the 0'0" The precedent for holdingthe by opposition and h".i ,

inaugural ceremony out but by a feeling that U
question whether Incoming of doors was set when President .
complement each oth<'1. 7>
Presidents should continue to wr James Monroe took the Orthodox prelate has sire

be asked to risk: pneumoniaby oath the first time here

taking the oath In the open Although the weather was Addressing an t'Cllmr"lmeeting.

m blizzards rain and freezing 20. Inclement weather prevailed bad, a squabble between the attended, by L r.1 t
as often on one dateas senate and the house over New CardinalsNewly Among new CardinalsAmong dinal iMjowns of M.I'i'

temperatures on the other. seating in the Capitol causedthe named Cardinals include from left Brussels and seven) l I'', ..
The President on Inauguration house to Insist on movingthe 27 prelates newly named Cardinals by ,
From 1879 through 1965 lower row Melkite Rite Patriarch Maxlmoa IV tant and Orthodox < U'u.\

day stood bareheaded there have been 41 Investitures ceremony to the east portico Salgh of Antioch; Monsignor Federico Callorl dl Pope Paul VI are, from left, upper row, Archbishop Archimandrite Andro Stir i .
of the Snow and
without an overcoat for declared that the t'Cul1wn
near. about
half of which of the household Paul Zounjjr na, WF, of Ouagadougou,
rain four years later transferred Vlgnale, majordomo Pope'a ; .
ly 40 minutes with the ther took place In movement is contii !u
numbing cold snow, rain Monroe second inauguration Maronite Rite Patriarch Paul Meouchl of Antioch; Upper Volta; Bishop Angel Ilcrrera y Oria of growing even though the dferences l '.
mometer hovering or piercing
just above a bid. back to the houseof Archbishop Josef Bcran of Prague, Ciechoslovak- Malaga, Spain; Archbishop John Hecnan of \\rst- dividing the >chit :

the freezing point His wife representatives, but from la ; upper row, Coptic Rite Patriarch Stephanos minster London England; Monsignor Joseph are not to be passed over
and daughters while more A blanket of that time on the outdoor
snow coveredthe ceremony
I Sldarousa of
Alexandria Egypt; Archbishop Cardijn of Belgium ; lower row Archbishop Owen
warmly clad were exposedfor ground and the tempera. became the rule. The who .
Agnelo ROM! of Sao Paulo Brazil prelate, was personal
the same duration. ture was 11 degrees above ; Archbishop McCann of Cape Town South Africa; Archbishop of 0. '

zero when Andrew Jackson Over the jean the Investiture :Enrico Dante secretary of the Sacred Congregation Maurice Roy of Quebec Canada : Archbishop Ix>- dox Patriarch representative Athena:"i I >t

And that's not all took the oath a second time. of a President baa cometo of Rites; Archbishop Io'ranjo Sepcr" of Zagreb irni Jaeger of Paderborn Germany, UkrainianRite of Constantinople at the eumenlcal [

He hastened to the Unite be regarded as a tort *f Yugoslavia. Archbishop Josyf Slip)'! of Lvov, Ru lla.Pope's ("(council pointed out
for the
victory Jubilee
This alone would predisposethe House and party
went straight to that Interchurch argiimc!'s
average person to a respiratory bed. The thermometer was w orb". Czech prelate and the evolution of ea t-h

infection. But also courting zero during President President Harry S. Truman \\TIC\\ CITY (NC) appointments seen giving church within a close .pt] i c're

contributing to the risk was Grant second Inaugu. who had no taste for ostentation Vatican sources said that "it are now things of the past

\'ltallty..aPPlnf round of ration, and West Point cadets says in his memoirs that
functions that followed the Is too early to say" whether Patriarchs role Cardinals Several fart prote (hot a
waiting to take part in the he consented to a full scale Archbishop Josef Reran of new as deepening of the concept of
swearing in ceremony parade fell senseless from celebration In 1949 becausethe
Prague named a Cardinal by church I U .\rcblinandrlle
watching a three-hour the cold. going on now, -
parade party workers had labored
attending inaugural WillIam Howard Taft rodeto hard and he thought they Pope Paul M and still kept n.\ uscr8. Syria (:ISC) Melkite-rlte Patriarch cardmalate In our opinion Scrim add.

balls These kept the President the Capitol In a howling were entitled to celebrate the communist in forced residence I authorities by the of Maximo. IV Salgh of Ant loch, first of the Cardinals) named was not suitable fitr the putrlarchs Recent stuns of such development .

and Ms family on the go blizzard His Inaugural committee victory Czechoslovakia iU be ableto by Pope Paul VI, said that with the appointment| of the of the East who as are, according to

from noon until after midnight had the good sense to This desire to let the natty come to Home for the consistory Eastern: rite patriarchs the College of Cardinals enter. anew titulars stitutid of within apostolic the Sees Universal! con the Orthodox prelate, the ecumenical

move the ceremony into the faithful have a field day stage of development council the Pan
(hurth. Immediately after the
Nor were the Inaugural day Capitol! One of the capital when the incoming President Alojrlje Cardinal Steplnac He aid that instead of becoming the titular of some Hishop or Home and In com Orthodox Conference of

ceremonies the onlr tiring heaviest snows fell the night takes office has Induced vie Yugoslavia under similar church in Rome each of the patriarchs will maintain as munlon with hl"a kind of ithode. the! World Council of

events connected with the InitallaUon. before President John F.Kennedy's ton In the November elections circumstances in 13 had to hia title his own patriarchal I'atrlarthal.t'OlI..e., which had ('hun'hes and the meeting In

inauguration and to brave the elements, remain in his country nee. historic pilgrimage to the holy precedence or all the other Jerusalem of Patriarch: Athtu-

regardless of the risk to Also it Is not known whetheror places, his n1tt'tinglI.tth the dignitaries of the Church and agoras! and Popo I'aul1..
Inaugurations have become health that large crowds In naming (the patriarchs heads of the Churches of the
not Monsignor
Asks for end fo aided the 1'0\\,,, in serious mat Thanking 'She Orthodox prelate "
three-day programs packed may witness the cer.mony.Alternatives Journet of Freiburg Switzerland Cardinals, Patriarch Maxlmos Kant, and his recent Utter to lets In .hl"Ibe/ Interest of ardlnal Sueneni derlared .

with festivities which the and Monsignor Joseph said, the Pope has called th* patriarchs, both Orthodox .
the whole Church was involved thai It was the holy
President Is expected to at war Climes trials' Cardijn of Hnistela. Belgium them 'to be his counselorsand and Catholic on their missionIn Spirit who railed In ..illII.n

tend. No wonder that by the also named Cardinals-will to aid him at closer hand the Arab world "Today by the entrance of of will up

time the grueling Inauguralday Ml'MOI. Germany (NO)- But should an incoming be required to leave their In the general affairs of the "The whole Christian East the patriarchs of the Fast Into (IMM

itself li ended an incoming The Munich Kathollsche Kirchenzeitung President be asked to invite places of residence and liven t'hurt h and In the central or. recognizes: that the Pope, sue the College of Cardinals, the (hurchmen, who In the Fast

President is exhausted official publication pneumonia by catering to the Home, as most Cardinals ganiims: and administration." ceim to St Peter In the See Institution of the cardmalat as well as In the Nest appeal

vulnerable to infections which of the archdiocese of public's appetite for a spec without Sees have done in the Hecause of this, he sail, the of Home, has, primacy In the witnesses a new stage In the to Chrlit the attitude which

take hold \I hen vitality is low. Munkh and Freismg, has demanded tale? Only a few-members past It was pointed out that ":astern patriarchs have before Universal {Church even if this history of Its long evolution has brought them into a dialogue .

that the trials of nazi of congress, the cabinet and while this Is often the cave, them "new horizons fora primary Is Interpreted differently which is not yet completed even against their own

Some who diedWhile war criminals be ended with the diplomatic C'Orpt04Jld there Is a precedent for no more universal apostolste" by Orthodox and will. he noted.

the statutory deadline of May be accommodated' if the ceremony residence Catholics. "In their role *i (arillnuU, Ihe ecumenical council, the

most of the PresIdents 1 were held in the Capi John Cardinal Newman In Patriarch Maximo gave hllappral.al of the patriarch of the I 1'.11: will Cardinal ..alii. Is a fact wh h
"Is! his role as Illnhop
ef the addition ef
have survived the ordeal In an editorial which has lot the last century continued to Rime the established participate equally In the elrc make (wople" hope) for uni!"
without ill effects, the gained much publicity the live In England after he was the three patriarch le the Pvpe lion of the Pope. They will 'he' of all (lirlstlans Card) atSuenens
the would him In middle
nut today public body of Cardinals, In addlllost around the high
risks to health are real William papers editor sot be denied the role ef of Cardinals -
the a college
spectator one already a member ages
. Henry Harrison 76 nor Loreni Freiberger, and I* aid him al f lo er hand by exchanging a t br"I\I"i \
; If did let fame ( *
evea they In the statement lethe Important close
following perMMti
1' tears old. rode a white took exception to those who In 'the general affairs of the! embrace with the Ojtt!" I
tide teals 'for tel-vUI Italian 'from the siiftrsganllUhop
ring In among
' prrssi'The '
. charger to the Capitol and are asking that the prosecution Church and In the central organisms prelate while the aiullcn.9 r;
carries every detail *f the of the Itoman province
stood hatless without, over of war criminals be prolonged ceremony lute every corner MM: 10KK (NCI-James) decision of His I loll- and Prints and deacons and administration plauded

; coat while he took the oath A. Doyle, executive secretary << ,ness Pope Paul VI to confer
I ef the tlUltr). ef Ms own dlocei. "In this now mandate ID
and delivered the longest Inaugural lie said the German people announced the Catholic the cardmalltlal, dignity on all which the 'Pope 'In his good

address In history have already made material And while I the Capitol Press Association here Is taking the Catholic patriarchs of the "To these h* added little by ness has railed them-for I FEASTER

He caught pneumonia, and and financial compensationfor seems to be the appropriate << orders for the Italian book Fait Is a new, sign of the little the Bishops of the main can nut otherwise understand! MEMORIAL HOME

died a month later the nUll and that they place for the Inaugural rite, Papal Documents, on the great affection and profound metropolises/ of the Catholic the cerdlnalafe-the' patnan 206 I lat A". SW

The frail wife of Millard have suffered much in return it does not have to take place lieu," published In Horn. esteem the Holy Father has world, but giving them each 'hi of the (Cast are going to Large Florid

Fillmore dutifully attendedher from all persons but the there Two of the Presidents Doyle said the fl'.\. which for the Fait: This particularly dm the title to a church In see opened Mure them new ,

husband inauguration In Jew If the trials are to con have teen sworn in at the has headquarters at O2 Park favorable attitude was demonitrated !tom.. In such a manner that horIrons for a more universal

inclement weather and died Unue he said the crimes White House. with. no fanfare Avenue South. r..w'ork.; to us from the beginning they became In some way apoitolateRcumenlam.

within a week President against Germany should also So If the withes. of the pert N Y K.,18.l is taking orders of his glorious pontif part of the clergy of the diocese In particular,

isenhower: second inauguration be punished workers mutt be gratified at $S |per copy for delivery In kale by many official declarations of Rome." which this gracious and innovatmg .
! could te heldin the I S and Canada He said and Continuing Patriarch Max
, took place in a chilling said the ceremony by concrete actions act of the Pope affects tPt0'11
rain and he came down witha Vottlcnor Frelberjer a large auditorium. suih as delivery would take about two taken during the current ecumenical tenon said; very closely, will be t
' the past "Is already ever- the capital armory. months council, such as his "In this primitive form, the
: cold a few days later come" lioi*, consolidated by It If

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Of many things '- .

I How does faith begin ? s rr::

paths by which men come to faith air as numerous Vnder one form or another

I THE men themselves There can be no general ready the things which one faced m. 4 T ?' iM
the first instance of the seeming
made response to the question: what happens when faith crumbling of laith, must

IS born? be faced again. The occasionfor
Ill some instances faith IS lief and actions which flow this rediscovery of faith : JBlessed
belief form the
discovered as a quality which may be due to growth, maturity
has always! been present to a and woof of the fabric of a or crisIs.Discussions".

life. At other times faith is young life hkh
recognized because of its loss Life is light difficulties are
1y may have led one away
from the out.
few protection
it by its
acknowledge .
and we
from the recognition of God,
faith side is great: we are sheltered
absence, frequently
may under a new impetus direct
may be understood rediscovered as a real- But shelters for the youngare one to God. Indeed, in e
ity by being growing one must assure
that for the
be said that truly just -
Surely it can
the responsibility of faith onone's /
God leads men where lie joung
will; there are no prescribed Life progresses, one grows, own.
ways by which God directs us. matures and youth almost It is no longer father mother .

Providence always works inways leaps forward as man eager, teachers or environment

suited to the individual, enthusiastic anxious to know, who are the responsible ones,
his traits of character, his to be independent, to be unfettered but he himself. It is he who
spiritual I aspirations the and unsheltered. finds himself face to face with

times and the environment by What then of belief formed in Christ and His Church; it is

which he lives and by whichhe shelter, in family, in early here where no one else can Sacrament's choir performs in TallahasseeFather
is influenced. childhood act as proxy.

and men In this age of discovery and Again, as Gardinl succinctly Patrick Madden, pastor, and Dr. center, recently Sister John Terrence 0.P., organizations In the country a fact demonstrated
Believers are men freedom which marks the remarks
ire different in the depths of epoch of the young person : Irving Cooper, above, have fostered for several left, principal, and Sister Ann Marita 0.P., by past performance Dr. Cooper,

their soul and its openness to things may seem to be what In believer the last always resort means becominga the years a mixed chorus from Blessed Sacrament director of the choral group, presented the professor of) music at Florida Sttte Univer

the workings of God. they really are. same thing: another reality School in Tallahassee. The children, program in the school. The Blessed Sacra. city, has worked with the Blessed Sacrament

It may happen that faith begins Life may become a pattern looms before the man who from grades six, seven and eight, gave a merit chorus has come to be recognized as mixed choruses for a number of )'eara.

with birth in that par- which shows itself to be aliento was formerly enclosed in his demonstration. for Sister Mary Damian S.S.J., one of the foremost junior high school choral

cots, relatives, friends teach. faith or at least indifferent own being, in his own world; - -
to the familiar familial before him in him or above -, ""'"''''''''''''''''''''
ers, indeed, one's whole early Plans
environment is filled with the images of faIth. There is the him however we may express Tampa Catholic trip Senior at Notre Dame

presence of faith. Figures of further complexity that the it another reality, belonging BAt TIfOREC: (: )..-Cardi
sacred history, terms of be- urge to belong is great; no to another world This YouthM High School nal-designate Lawrence J.
one wants to be outside his reality this "beyond," becomes
Shehan of Baltimore is plan. vies for scholarshipST.
peers- acceptance by a non- more concrete, growsin T.m'Joan Niewlnski ning to leave here about February
Bishop; Barry believing world is primary strength: its truth, its > reports that Tampa Catholicis 15 for Rome and the
for the young mind. goodness, its holiness become taking an active role in ceremonies leading to the rtnmmnW.-Priscllla: E, Peterson, a senior at

School Further, one sees immediately more definite and demand the National Forensic League February 22 consistory up whenhe Notre Dame Academy here, is among the 639 finalists in
High around him that life, Bishop Moore tournaments, Saturday, Jan-
allegiance of him who has will be elevated to the Col. the 1964-65 National Achievement Scholarship Program
ST.PETERSBURGBishopBarry public life unfolds success been called. uary 30, Jesuit High School: lee of Cardinals. for outstanding Negro Students, her Principal Sister.
fully with motives which are High School was host to schools from allover -
High School has des- The decision to entrust Marie Carmel announcedlast
contrary to faith, the West Coast.Approximately ,
ignated February as stamp one's own existence to the week.
month in order to collect 25(10( And yet there is richness, strange reality which surpasses ORL.\SfO Bill l Dunn re- 60 Tampa b Winners will b. announced
Catholic students
this chosen
stamp books for a 60 pasItflger power even creativity in it, the sacrifice ofone's ports that the Bishop Moore were April 1.
collective world of from the English and
man -a speech
!bus: says Russell own sufficiency and Lettermens Club held its annual
world which gradually classes. The all.events speech The finalists were chosen
per- .
Buchan, school reporter. The of the independence of one'sown "rushee day" last Friday
contest consisted of 5-10 minute by a selection committeewhich
haps imperceptibly, was seen
school now has no way to world, will be difficult. On this special day all
to be little inspired with readings and participantswere f considered 4200:! nominations
transport students. The bus It will mean a rude shock anda first'year lettermen w e r eplaced
Christian sentiments. The Judged on voice qualities submitted by 1300 secondary
would be used to take Barry'steams gamble. completely at the service
Church is seen as something delivery, and interpreta schools across the
to their athletic events of their superior letter-
outmoded bizarre, a relic ofa Christ has said: "He who tion. country.
and students on field trips.! men.
bygone day. Gradually, possesses his soul, will lose Since the participants In the
students nnalh"11Im.. also
Since Barry come are
there is the drift away from it; but he who gives his soul, The tasks varied from pencil contest wire from the surrounding
from all parts of the city, the bring sent directly! te all accredited -
to catching
faith until there is no need of Kill\ find it. area of Tampa,
bus would be used to carry it. The events of the day everyone had an opportunityto colleges: Is the faitrd -
students to and from school. Hence the soul must first were climaxed after the bas make new Slates to Improve the

Routes have been worked out But then perhaps! after a lose itself by recognizing that ketball game against Boone. recognize new acquaintancesand talent. chances of these students for
and ill the school needs now considerable length: of time there is a second goal; and scholarships from ether
is the bus. this same individual is faced then must recognize that be- Closing ceremonies were The end of January marked sources.

with faith again: yond there lies the true goaLEnacting held by campfire on the the end of the first semester.It .
The stamp collection win grounds of Camp San Pedroin Priscilla has attended Notre
also be a contest between 'r,? r --t-7 ,era "1 Maitland. After the final also brought! about reportcards Dame for three years, having
and the honor roiL
N 7i '
Bishop Barry and Notre I initiation all the new members t previously graduated from

Dime to see which school cm i were more than happyto Seniors on the honor roll ra I' 16th Street Junior High

collect more books.Th.re join their masters to feast for the third six weeks are: Si hool\. She is the daughter of[
.i on delicious pizzas. Patricia Butler, F.va Gallagher .r Mr and Mrs. Frank Peters,
will a content!
iw Teresa Haigerty. Lin. Senior national finalist 12M Erie Street South. She
among the home rooms at Final exams were Rlvrn
da Ilarak, Rebecca\ Scully, hat applied for admission to
each school also. last week at ?IIHlr..
Bishop Sister Marie Carmel School Sister of NotreJamr
all Ralph Shirer Marsha Smith Spring[ Hill College: in Mobile
Students in English
classes are writing letters to Most pleased of and the students rewarded were for and Rosemary VanAntwerp. the principal at Notre Dame Academy in and Xavicr: University: New

relatives up north asking for their scholastic efforts duringthe Juniors Catherine Alberta, St Petersburg congratulate Princill E. Peterson Orleans.

stamp. Bishop Barry students first term. Karen Butler Barbara" Cam. a senior, for bring among the 639 finalists
will be stationed at city pa. Samuel Carson Anita Kffertz in the National Achievement Scholarship Program -
shopping centers throughoutthis Now the seniors look down Margaret Feinberg, for outstanding Negro/ students Convention of

month collecting stamps. the home stretch toward grad. tx>rrame retlita. Patricia -- _-- --
Anyone wishing to donate uation and college Ciuidry Rosemary I I.ala, Im- Newman Clubs

stamp books to this worthy The spring snorts program da Mohr Joan Niewmskl St. Mary's Thanks police
Beverly Oliva.! Cecila Palervela
cause are asked to send or officially got under way last planned in Ga.
Marie I'errone" Mary \\llf\\ ("ITl'I( )
bring their stamps to Bishop week as Coach Nelson recruited Grade School
Barry High School. Help us more than 80 candidates Prior, Mary Kamey, Sharon Pope Paul U greeted the
Ross Rosemane Russ, JuliaSc Italian wemeit whose S\\ .\" \11- The 33rd annual -
reach our goal this month. for track and Coach p
Means welcomed! rr, Mary Siiiscl! ROCRLHH.K; : In reI' e. "beat" II Use Vatican and Hid southeastern province
,,,,,,,,,,,,,, another alto
,1.'w Joanne Shea,
Regina Taylorand it was a great coosoUtwa to of
try out for the Hornet baseball monies patterned after the inauguration convention Newman Club
squad! Marcia Zuko\\ski of Lyndon B know they were around will be held at the DeSota
Why Amen ? Sophomores: Teresa Bun- Answering an address of
B'dl Johnson in Washington Margaret Hotel .here tram retnary S
This turnout !Is very en nell Pamela Campa Susan homage by inspector General
Th. Mmee" now ...1.. The way it's done rouraging, and it especially Cassaro William (Cervone BartOMk took the oath Oreste Correti who WM accompanied I to 7 it WM onmwred by Father -

nhr receiving Holy Com. indicates a prosperous future Amy Davis, Louise Gazumna, of office of president of the.tud..nt by otter officials Christian Malone 0 F M I.

nmnlnn) I* n prnfenolo..t.:nrhirlftt.Th the inauguration of a President of for Bishop I Moore's ever-tm Patricia Gillooly. Matt Glover body of St. Mary and members ef the force, the This cenveoUen.. Catholic
fahh in the Holy
cnMom of raying It d' rnbark the United States are, from loft, Ann Stumpf proving athletic program. Philip Hughes Barbara School on January 20. Pope Mid he u grateful for students at sUte college
Although the basketball Kanaszka Linda Lt'ntz.'wlrt the ".. ... m four southeastern states
Michael Rivers and apart generous -
BarUwck at
In the earliest crnlnrlrf pupils team does not support a \I'ryimrrrssi"e Mayor. Barbara Palrvrda, Sister Mary I E: p h r aim.I and seUfaM. work in North Carolina South Caro.

tot ChrlMlanHy. St. Mary School in Rocklrdge. record at this Mary Paskert Susan Patterson eighth grade instructor of St which yeu display your uittfrttv lina. Georgia and Florida.Iwrtted .

,,"" "'"'''''''''''''''''''''''''' point it does have high Marguerite Pr.vor. pj.trie Mary devised the method of as duUncutslwd Map officials at ..... speakers
hopes for a good finish by IB Serrano Fredi Smith the school election as a training and yew dwdtcaUm M are Marta Work Edward J.Klf'C'hIw. .
For freedom day coming on strong in the List and devke to instruct studentsm "
: Susan Zukowtkt. faithful MM of the Church Jowph Petty and
ten ball games. Freshmen. Eileen: Preens- the system of American Though member of the Dr James Gilbert M D.Over .
CATHOLIC RELIGION COURSEAT TUI'H: Forinona (:\1-) politics The Hhool election .
Coach John McNamara has han Barbara Mike
Cirrito Italian' force the group are 3.. delegates and
HOME Archbishop Giuseppe Caprin, recently added some height Connolly. Lynn Cufffl. Mary followed those as the closely national.< assigned to uprrml pant du chaplains are expired to attend .
apostolic Internuncio to China, to the squad and plans to Fuchs, Kathy Gorman, Olivia possible on lies and to directing trait.* in including many from

FOR CATHOLICS AND NON-CATHOLICS celebrated :Mass in the cathedral put a well.rounded quintet on Henriquei Ramona Kalpokdt, scene St Peter square and the Florida! The theme will be
here during freedom the floor against Cocoa Reach Rebecca Latmn-r Ellen: Lrto, These iludrnls were elected area surrounding Vatican "La> men Ere rywherettork.rv -
day in the first game of the group Mary Monies Shirrly Slums U office: Can tl here""
The spirit of cum,nism wr forth by both Pop. John celebrations commemoratingthe tournament The Hornets have Barbara Ogden Joan Ondro-

end Pop Paul i is of greet and singular impor in bridging arrival from Koiea on always fared well in tournaments vie Sandra Schmtzlrr, Paul Margaret Bartoeek" president BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
January 23. 1954. of 14.000 Chinese and they expect tn St Amant. Susan Stanton, Mike Rivers, vn.prnidt'nt.
fhe gap bttwttn Chriiti,. It i it the Ittti of ad Christians to prisoners of war who refused prove themselves against the Mary Tcnnics and Marie Vale supreme court offi 1

work! towards Christ's fervent prayer "th. thy tit may been to return to Red China. Cocoa Beach five. 'ti, cuts, Ann Stumpf, Nand
Baldwin, Jerry Brown Mart-
'. Cute Brunei Jo Anne Cooks*?,

Karen Karmnowskl, Leann
If you 'would care t. know Christ boHor to learn His Kurpa, Mary Ann Stafurakand

Divine fetching and the Way ,f Christ Rquoi one of Jim Timmons'Cabinet .

.our eounei. members," Judy
Vr.r. Korol. Nancy Date Steve

NO CHARGE NO OBLIGATION Kami-ski, Paul Cardinal! .
James McNamara. Mary Ann

.n-t': Kathy Thomas,
:Plom Check Xa:' v 0'Shea. Tom Druckrn.r .

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S<: atom" Pat Bavju':
The S.er monf Th. Mil
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TII. BWo, Marriage Cu: i \\4irmith. Louis Jorft.
R Sect Walker. John Bart -

N.m.elclrll'. .,.. ..... ._ ci. Joe BrMdhurrt. Ca''yVi
1 a cog and Sam fue-

Y congressmen" Susie Fa-

Stttt vats Alfred Marucci, Clean
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Democratic processes studied Brannea. Mary Fuhrel Tom

,Send to: HOME STUDY SERVICE Sister Mary Ephraun. left and others "officers' and appointments to a ju- Zimmerman Kocol David Ricky Sheriff. Andr Linda, '''STRENGTHEN flMERICflSHERITRGE

SAINT MARY'S SEMINARY of the faculty guided student of dietary A 'prnidf'ntiallnauru..tion"took Tim Kurpa. Anne \\ate,

I St Mary School in Rocklcdge through place as well. Partkipanta in- Grace Johnson Debt Hail,

5400 Roland Avenue a study of civics that began with' eluded from left Michael: Rivers, Mao Dan HoMmite. Jeff Kin'"-

party primaries," "con\'f'ntl".nanti garet Rartanek, Ann Stwipf Philip note Robert Xrman Dorothy

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Seven The Florida Catholic Friday: Teh. 5,19&3 .- -. -,.pp .w. r. .
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Notes from the classroom Mass guido
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II SUNDAY, February 7

I A study to stir young mindsThe ; .; 5th Creed(Mast Sunday! Preface of Sunday after of Epiphany,Trinity Gloria),

MONDAY, February 8
Florida Catholic IB i pleased to present excerpts of the traditional physics, to tams St. John of Matha. (Man ef

from a speech given at a letting of dioeeaan teachers. a complete acceptance of maalen a confessor not a Bishop,

OUR Central 1 Catholic this new method \\\b' Gloria Common Preface.)
School nodding acquaintance with \ TUESDAY. February 1
and \
a the terminology of the scientific I am enjoying! the course, = \ St Cyril of Alexandria
liberal education are synonymous headlines because I see young minds (Mass of a doctor. Gloria,
for the combined grasping great concepts of
2nd Prayer of St Apollonla
effort of faculty and Diocese has adaptedthe the atomic picture of the universe Common Preface.WEDNESDAY .
physics ..
student alike, from the stupendous coarse as prepared the particle nature of February 10
I moment by the Physical Science matter and using such toolsas St. Scholastics Mass
of offering Study Committee ( of a
I holy Mac sponsored! functions, graphs! and j virgin not a martyr Gloria,
together on by the Massachusetts! Instl- scale factors with the astuteness
a Monday morning to the tule of Tcchiwfogy" under a of a master hand. J Common Preface I
final score of grant from the National February l'App.rltion
The fly in the ointment, how. of the Blessed
Science Foundation In 19'.J6. I.j
night game, are focused ever, is the fait that the Virgin Mary at Lourdes

upon the modeling of The time had come as students in our Catholic (Mass of feast Gloria, Preface .
Christian giants for this those in the field realized, to schools must suffer from of Blessed Virgin)

age aa well as the ages to face the fact that our students what is erroneously called FRIDAY February 12
come. wore not Just to inherit an accumulation "separation of Church and Seven' Holy Founders of the

This high school system of scientific facts State" and be denied the various I : Servltes. (Mass of feast,
stresses the arts and sciences and data and then to be tested materials and aids made Gloria. Common Preface)

along with the study of religwn as Frederick! L Ferris of available to their fellow SATURDAY February IS
and the humanities the Education Testing Service students in the public hoots. \ (Mass of the Blessed Virginfor

I not on a middling course but says, "for encyclopedic re The county, state, and na. Saturday, Gloria, Preface .
rather as a challenge to the call"Nor tional funds have providedbooks of Blessed Virgin)

Individual to develop and was the technological and equipment that we J JL SUNDAY, February IISeptuageslma
wield his Godghen talents aspect of the texts In use have had to buy at an appalling Sunday\

It is urgent that no boy stimulating scientific thinking expense' to both the parents (Mast of Sunday, Creed,
be and challenging the youthto and the mt1 cee. Preface of Trinity)
girl allowed to fall short I
scientific vision Thus Likewise. are films and
of striving to be the best
student he or she can be with PSSC Is an outgrowth of other supplementary material ) Si. Patrick

his innate ability his con. these findings and the course provided that we find &J -
centrated effort fortified by presented treats physics at a prohibitive in price Grade School
different intensity. level and Films that I have seen are
the guidance of
dedicated teachers.competentand as Bishop GeorgeV. Ahr of excellent and would be moot Shakespeare at St. Patrick Largo MRC.O-Elghth: grid stu.

Trenton remarked to the New valuable in providing means dente at st. Patrick' Schoolare
ISelther mill God's grace Jersey Catholic Round Tableof for our students to observe Shy'lock begs for mercy In St. left, foreground, are Robert Brady Albert Ruby John Jacobwn. Phil- bringing Shakespeare' to

and light be lacking If we Science experiments and demonstra Patrick's production of 'The Mer- Richard Prince, Rebecca Baker lip Ward, Michael Pratt All are life for their parents and fellow -

ha\e led them to drink moll "W e must recreate In the thins which could not possibly chant of Venice" at Largo; from Laura Schumacher; background students of St Patrick School.Everyman's students i'nder the direction .
at the true source of all minds of be carried on in a high school of literature
our students a respect - -------- -- teacher Mn.
knowledge and wisdom. for learning and a love laboratory but which wouldbe Gladys TalMt, scenes from

This was stated very forcefully for intellectual excellence, applicable to the material family Laity's role toldNOArchblihop "The Merchant of Venice'1wire
not merely because it is useful studied presented at the January -
in a report on educationThe Even with these handicaps, mRI.I ( ) M of '
or profitable, but because meeting St. Pat
when( it Pursuit d"What of Excellence) science Is something worth I feel that physics" under this Foster student exchange Alfred Bengich, the Bishop of rick's !Mother's Club. Two ear.
sai< : program
achieving in itself" new approach will give the Hcrlm suthorlted by soviet Her performances were given
most people, young student In the words of trTrytlen .
for teachers and the student
and old, want is not merely With the beginning of this of the National) Acs- Ry Montlgnor Juha C. Knott talented boys and girls of host parents the lime filial sector officials to go from body

security or comfort or luxury school semester I plunged decoy of Science. "The background good character with superior respect| and devotion as they his home In Kant Herlm to
-although they are glad 1 Into this course with an exceptional which would permit Foil the past IS years a scholastic records and a good would their own' parents, ti> give an address In West Berlin Auditions were held and the
enough to have tMH They group of senior boys of great human command of the share In role of Portia was awarded toRebecca
him to add to his knowledgeby English family responsibilities RI"III. last week before
want meaning in their lives.If and now after one month 1 Interest and international lUker, Shylock to
reading and that he language\ and to be In every way a some lino members of the Robert
have had the most Brady and Antonio to
their era and their culture gratifyingof will have a more intimate significance: has been quietly real, if 'temporary, memberof
results, not so much for the Herman: Catholic Youth movement Damlan Burke.
and their leaders do not Future leadersThey
or knowledge of the fundamentals oMr ling. It has brought to- the family circle,
cannot offer them rules teamed nor the blind Also In the cut were Phillip
great of thousand
of physics and to pother a couple
following" of formulas, but Mutual benefit Archbishop Rengsch said Want, Robert frown, Richard
meanings, great objectives know that physics Is an orderly foreign high school studentsfor are carefully selected
great convictions then they rather for the most enthusiastic I Intellectual pI'OCt'1Iell a year's Ih'r.ln with about from hundreds of applicants that many young |*op1e today Prince, Albert ()ubt, Laura

will settle for shallow and acceptance on the part of as a body of knowledge' not aw American Catholic families as young people who give This program gives America see the Church: "as an Schumacher, Michael Pratt
trivial meanings" the students. unrelated to life nor out of to the mutual benefit of great promise of leadershipIn n Catholic families a institution which primarily John Ivrmody and John

Each subject in the curriculum They have constructed Instruments reach to the average mind both. their native countries. Tim unniie| opportunity, to put forbid.." "This concept of Jacobsen
as well' as every phase that enable them In closing. I would like to reason for bringing them la their religion to work. Plate- the Church and her mission, A prologue written by Mrs.
of the co-curriculum is a bulwark le measure distances wild an say with Admiral Itkkover.I The students, ranging In this country Is to give theman ment of these bays and girlsIn as well si of the position of Talhott was read by Diane
to this type of education astounding degree of accuracy hoj. and pray "to train not age (from 1C le 18, come 'from opportunity' of living with good Catholic homes ant the faithful In her, Is fslse," Stein
and among these wt find such countries as Austria, American Catholic families schools will enable them to he said The Church Is neither .
; they have weighed! a only better scientists, but also Student directorw I r f
physics. ,, France, Germany and Italy and of studying In American continue their practice of religion a "preserve 'for the pious
hair with nothing more than more ren )blbl.! .men, and to Kathleen Lamb and Richard
Physics 1 Is the fundamentalscience as well as train a number of Catholic schools fur and nor an association of clergyto
high a to spiritually
a drinking straw and a see lntolUeK>.sod the dttci.plined grow /Int. The designing ef if en-
of the natural world Latin America nations.AH their association with take care 01 people, he
full through
needle, and what Is more they mind became reic-|' year.Living fry and costumes and the acquiring
as deductive as mathematics have converted me, a telrrsa table" are normal, healthy.Fourlh and studying "the American Catholic family life said.Through .1 l props were all at....
and basic to the society in American way" acquaints and education : the Insights of dent Jobs,
which the youth finds himself them with. the Ideals and principles Further Information may modern thought, anent particularly .
Physics today does not pre- of democracy and deelnps be secured by ennead Inter as a result of \atlcan Thursday night's performance .
suppose that all students pursuing \. In them an enduring n.tion.IllIjth11,11I1, Student Council II, he said, the stressIn In (the parish hall was
the course will be spirit of friendship toward the Program. NCWC. 131J Mansa. the Church 1s on the unl- the culmination of weeks of

physicists engineers and the United' States These young chusetts Ave, N.W., Wash. venial I'rlesthnod which Includes work and practice. It was well

like. but It does take Into ar- people get to know us my Ington, DC. !
count that all students now \",11funnl their visit and return
attending our schools are home as teenage ambassadors Washington loiterSuggests
citizens! of an age where' of good will.I

even laymen must have a Americans who come In contact I

Translating with acquire these greater foreign knowledge students students help oust Reds

and appreciation( tf
Infiltration and led tit 'a serious deterioration
ti lLU'IST.\O, Csrseae other countries have been communltt
(NO) Two Dutch Til.!
announced teat they are r :at- Till Is called the Interns- alarming degree of influence"in mutemenls Is latin Ameri "And we learn that the
lag the first translation of the heist high school student student movements in ca" In general and with specific governmental authorities

Bible 1 into Papiamento t H. ,r.um. Latin America attention to conditions (In have frequently been unable .

held dialect spoken In t':1: It operates under the And students and ..tuliI'ntrnoVtm.nl. llolhlaeneryela and linn- to intervene against left-
Dutch Caribbean: colon The Auras, which h* tailed "r'" eitrtmlsts Including
auspices of the Nations! Catholic have long played wing ,
translation" is the undertak ":: Welfare Conference, an Important role In Latin resentative countries, armed terrorists, who operate

of rafter J. W. Maamcn C rand which Is the secretsrlate for American politics' He said the study shows from the estraierritnrlal'

Father L. E )rata a. the American Catholic Ilithops. These are among the points! that "the system of 'free university sanctuary of the university."
ken 0 P who have both spent: NCVC bandies all tine stressed by Senator Thomas e
many years in the Ant> '.ci. administrative details I involved J IhKliI of Connntkut, commenting on the removal of aradrmlc as long as the situation In
I IL In screening t and on a study 1 mail fora failures have permit- m*., (.all* American t.e.-

I choosing the candidates" arranging senate subcommittee dueling tell profffukwial agitators In tries "continues restive aixtmishit
CLEARWATERAce for their transportation with the internal securityof the guise of students to enter .. ," KiinVnts In the

and orientating them to the United legates luilin Am.r.,.." universities region will rtmsla a commuiilit .

the practicalities of American amt to remain there year Itrgrl.
Hardware .'/., Th senator injs "the rentmuRltl after, year, sometimes into And he a held en the I.atl ,
their late thirties and even the struggle gong
Ptlo" To participate? Amerkas dudes can .nl, IMP forties \ on In l.aim America It Is
i: terminated by (he La I l InAm lie saM Die. study duo Imperative to understand .the
44..C ll4I .
sludrals themsehes.
What Is needed now Is more a showed that in some universities role of the student In communist
I lit G.1f.t..yCRAWFORD American Catholic families the msjnr Influetx.." strategy and the circumstances

in family to 'soar' who wU) volunteer to take He adds that In s number of student bodies in the selection whkh make the Latin
into their li/e and hearts one of Latin American unimsl of university administrators American student vulnerable

Is of these students for a year's ties Die stuo> have and profesaort has te communist tactics.
raw IWt'oJ l of Troop 31' H.yn'arv C.RS.R. troop chaplain! Paul is the na rented
HARDWARE pariah, received his Eagle< s..ut award fourth son of Mr and ),f,... Louis term. la. terms of money ItwUl against "the crude maulpulstKifts -

-.... w .- at the Januarv court of hnor in Jar k- KaWl, above, of ft>44 Tamarack Streetto about cost as much such a as host a fimlly'lIWrm.1 family of the rommwfttets." SARASOTABRADENTONOJfff
a.4 t.'mwe ea iit.1' and have !been able te oust
oavilk. Father John J. Guntrvr receive' the Eagle award
for. teenager
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Sacred ScriptureA Palatka parish Eight The Florida Catholic. Friday, Feb 5, 1965:

plans expansion Bishop of Waterford dies

heroic act of faith with fund drive ;

(C..,1.00". from v..' '""> heaven for Himself. He has (I nlliiilrrt mm PHI. "".) career in Ireland recalled
Aaron I the converts to Juda- picptiicd a beneficent earth the list of parishioners. Today

ism (those who fear the Lord for His child)'en, Specifically, more than 400 attend Daniel Cohalan of Waterford and Lismore died
a technical term for converts He has given His Chosen People Mast each Sunday and the r a BISHOP .
on the eve of his 81st birthday anniversary
in both the Old and New their own special land forecast is for double the e
He had been the sliritualleader
of his diocese
Testaments* He has brought them back to present population in this
This Credo Is followed by it from exile, and it is their area during the next 10 years for_nearly 22 years and when he was raised to the hier.
that God will indeed to bless archy he was consecrated
assurances duty and privilege according to a recently pub 11eAa and temporal welfare of the
bless them all, and by Him and thank Him for His fished survey Bishop by his uncle, the youth of the diocese are en.
prayers for His continuedand kindness. former Bishop Cohalan of
more abundant More that 185 children are during memories.
lal or He has Kl\en thorn life, and now crowded In the five classrooms Cork IA i number of Priests in the
While God has reserved they must use it In His serv where eight: grades are The Bishop of Waterfordwas Diocese who were ordained in
ice. taught born in Kilmichael, West Waterford were joined by
rlB l Cork, on January 28 1884; others of the diocesan Priesthood
Requiem for one of Once they are dead, according "It Is our Intense hope that ordained in Rome June 9, in praying for the reposeof
to their: restarted notions, the campaign will be a sue- Fund drive planned in Palatka 1906; and consecrated Bishopon the soul of the Irish Bishopof
Notre Dame's star will be reduced to Leon told his
they cess, Father April 4, 1943 Waterford who died late
horsemen'rlTTS silence Now is the time to people "If it is, plans will be Father Antonio Leon and his parish. Bias Arroya, Nino Morgante. Father Excerpts follow from The in January.Ed.yCardinal
be thankful. made immediately to begin loners have determined to seek sufficient Leon, Frank Bros! and Gerald Hickey; Irish Independent of January

I How marvelously broader the parish improvements"The funds to meet the needs for standing, George Ramer, John Smith, 28, publishing the news of the
l1t(.ll (C\C: ) -And '! God men of the parish are .
are our perspectives death the day before of Bishop
school and parish buildings. Aidingthe Roy Rash, Thomaa Dobbs and Edward says
now there are three has rescued us from exile to being assisted! by Foley Cohalan
footballs immortal of Rochester pastor are, from the left, Heated: Fox Jr.
But sin and is constantly leading Reds restrict
Four Horsemen came together us into that promised land Outstanding among many
for the last time when which is His own eternal achievements of a notable career

Solemn Requiem! Mass for home \\e can thank Him not Chicago conference was the work Bishop religionsLONDON
Harry Stuhldieher, &:3, was only now, but for all eternity ('ohalan did for the restoration
offered in St Paul's cathedral of old churches and the : (:NCDe) .stalinl-
here last Saturday Burial fol. Add communitiesST. building of new churches and zation in communist-ruled na

lowed in Calvary Cemetery. Show concern for Latin America schools.As tions has had an adverse effect
RIAIDILT: : OregonC on religious freedom,
At J51 1 pounds Stuhldrrhrr (:\ (-The (community of theMount a young Priest, he Franziskus Cardinal Koenigof
the kindliest of the 1 jour showed classical brilliance
was Angel!: Benedictine abbey Vienna has
Horsemen who rode to football here has voted to establish (('ontl...... (rom pm ...) lems, and It should educate Western In origin," said the Noting that one of his first and gamed all available scho article in the London Times in an
fame as the backfield of a foundation in the diocese Church, he said much of the the people to attitudes" which Cardinal. grcctmg ai president was lastic distinctions- in Rome
Hmile Rochne's unforgettableteams of Cuernavaca, Mexico! material help needed is really will help them better their This leads him to believe addressed a year ago to the he secured doctorates in philosophy Especially: In the Soviet
in the 19.1(1( 's. The decision closely followeda the function of the civil situation, he said. that "the tide is turning in first meeting of CICOP. President and in canon law and Imon the Cardinal wrote,

As quarterback, he called a \' of the community to governments;: "but it has to Bishop McGrath said in an favor of Christ and the Lyndon B Johnson( in a civil law He was a very. the possibility for religion: to
establish a foundation in the be done by someone, and address before Church." message to the conference, forceful and expressive speaker exist and operate Is more restricted
the for Jim"Crowley an a general:
Boise. Idaho diocese. sometimes the Church is the said and and in the social and char. than ever before
Elmer La 'den and assembly of the conference There is no "genuine understanding friendship coopt'ra.tion
itable he had
spheres an
Abbot Damian JentgesO only one willing or able to do and effective solu with our sister Republicsmust
Don r.hller-and they Mere January 28 that revolution. Cardinal Koenig said that
amount of achievement
here for the final tribute to B explained the step the job. But the real place of aries have "shortcircuited"their tion" to I Latin American problems be won by the impact of enormous to his credit soviet laws and their application
into Latin America followsthe the Church, he believes, is a in the "that excludes the role men s hearts and by the exchange
the "little general The Four past by do not coincide with Wes
His/ warm inspiring, simple
urging of the Holy See teacher and former of atti and position of the Church," of enlightened insights ,
Horsemen rode out behind "plunging quickly for politicalpower and homely talks on the occasions tern conceptions of religious
the protection of a line ofSeven that Religious of North tudes 1 as the key to other solutions another Cardinal president of among the men of good will of the Confirmations freedom What the Soviets regard
America extend their spiritual "The Church should take an ." the program said. from our various lands"
Mules and
survivorsof his gentle but "sure" touch in as religious freedom, he
that line were here, too, influence into Latin America attitude on these social probBrooksville He emphasized during the Juan Cardinal l I.undaurlRkkitlt Fifteen Protestant leaden, speaking of the holy truths of wrote, is not true religious

for the tribute, Joe Bach, interview that he was not opposed .\rchhishop of Lima, including representatives of religion and of the Commandments liberty but little more than
Adam Walsh Rip Miller and Std Anthony'sgrows ,,, / to political answers to Peru, asserted that the the World Council of of God his deep understanding freedom of worship
Chuck Collins these needs, but said "you (hurch dues indeed have anew Churches and various other of the problems The Cardinal expressed the
After his Notre Dame days, can't solve social and economic role and position In Latin groups, attended the conference of human life and of the hope that freedom of religionand

Stuhldreher coached 11 years in parim 'sh facilitiesEdward problems merely by political America, and credit should as observers Christian life in practice, and conscience will not remain -

at Villanova University, then means" go to the hierarchies of the especially his deep and abiding suppressed and said his

13 years at the University of :()OkS\ l l.1J';Fathei r R Martincau, pas Iff said that emphasis In various countries who "have New Cardinal tells interest in the spiritual hope is based on the possibility .
Wisconsin tor or St. Anthony Mission here has watched his dream education In areas of taken an aggressive: : stand on that although communion

He left football In IT.rt and of a growing parish become a leahty. In rural Hernando I.alin America many now has I social the urgency! of"social and economic of wish ETV experimentMORTON will not change its theory, it

became mi exeeutjve with county, five and a half yei Ira have seen two buildings rather than political reform. granted to Illinois (:\Cl-A) may change its practice
United States Steel here erected which house adminn titration facilities four class. focus Because of this, the image parochial school here servedas lie pointed out that a sign
rector and chapel of the Church has changed in remain in parish pilot school in a historic of hope| is the fact that negotiations
rooms, a temporary temporary
Stuhldreher y A highlight of the three
died on Jan -day
the eyes of the general pub educational television experiment "have been, are being
uary 26 in a hospital here following Registration for a kind,ergarten class is now goingthe meeting was the presentationof
lic, he said"There IIRIsm: Italy (NC-Fa- and are going! to be carried
on at the school. It will be tint class held and will second
surgery He is survived the annual C1COP has been a great Blessed Sacrament Schoolwas on" between the Church and
by his wife and four atart in September. awards to Rafael Caldera, advance in ideas alone" he ther Giulio Bevilacqua, one of the receiving point in the communist nations But such
leader of the Christian Democratic the 27 new Cardinals namedby
sons. added. negotiations to be successful
The school and facilities are first experimental transmission
party Venezuela, and Pope Paul VI, has informed must provide for
open to public inspection each Much of the discussion dur videotaped( courses in "spiritual
Sunday afternoon between to Vice President Hubert II. ing the conference took placein his parishioners that color from a high frequency breathing space' for religious
BeachPRINTING four and five pm. Humphrey The awards are specialized workshops and by special'permission' of the momdirectional terminal. groups, the Cardinal said.
given each year to a North Pope he will remain as pastor
Father Martmeau Is looking seminars Many of them were A 120! foot tower" atop the
American and a Latin American of Brescia church of St. An.
forward to the future with oriented sjwifically to economics school received signals froma
: a
for an outstanding l contribution and politics but all thony and continue to wear tower on the Bradley Uni- Daytona Beach
rectory, an auditorium, a per- u
toward intet-Amer. the black cassock of a Priest
mascot church, a convent iran relation attempted to make come contribution ersity campus 10 miles away.
letter Press and Offset and the completion of the to the theme of the The M-year-oid Priest told On the basis. of the successful
Couchman Printing Co. school yet to come. Caldera told the assembly conference "The Church and (he manic flutters l t. the tests, Bradley coordinator T V fl'-Tl HI r-III
i, Mullurr, <>....' J (January 27)) "We Latin I social revolution in LatlllAmt'rka. church which he built afterWorld PhilipVemburg said he expects
Ai a boy, attending St Leo Americans realise that it is ." I nrr awn'H4 a.ea.dm.N
CL 7-4284 138 Magnolia!, War II."Yei an ETV: program to be
School he served Mass at time to fulfill the destiny of operational m the l'JbS-66 I IT' i! iTA) irn rte
what is now his parish As a r. our peoples, but at the tame rlaMithed: In J 963. (1( >PUrUei I am a Cardinal but school >ear Jl, INITAI! I KP |21]

seminarian and later as a time we are aware of the fearful to al"rll', S. (alhulie bv 511'lal concession of the The tower on the Catholic 11 ....., Tf',_v.:4< M...
Furniture !...! young I'ncst, Father Mar. obstacles that our social to the iwUI. economic and Pope I will remain here school will remain as a permanent
h.M"t C.,. Imcau taught;: at St. loco reality places in the path of religious problems facing I among you and will continueto installation to serve

LLOYD COX Prep School and received his thin formidable task." Latin America. wear the simple black both a* an ETV: booster station
Office first mission assignment There Is an urgent need "to The organization Is sponsored habit" with a l -mlle radius anda bell.a .i! Ar.IIt ,...

Supplies plan and execute a profound" by the Bishops' committee The day following the annooncemenl receiver for educational 0,.. I P-.M. '* II F.M.SAN .
CL '.)471 TAX Father Martlneau change of structures he for inter-American cooperation of the new Cardinals programs in the school next
III hUrtfc ...... Stn.t INCOME said. with the encouragement Father Bevilac-qua was fall. Racquet ,..::1ItieeCIeee.

SERVICEHow.rd.Turner Brooksville.After Joseph Cardinal Hitter ofSt of the pontifical communion visited by two Bishops and .
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he had served as a boy. (contrast." the meeting's theme and In saying that he will remain Kirk WrvsM irwi UfO SO. RIDCIWOOD
promising his prayers for "a a parish Priest, he remarked /,1.niicYCsHtghw.y
Since then Father Mar. Much hope for the future wider and more solicitous col he did not want the 1-0.--4 ...... CL 2.1357r
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ish grow to the proportions it America' culture and traditions States with the Church in I will always be Father Giullo -

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demonstrators attack norida Catholic, Friday Feb. S. 1965

schools in Sudan, force closings President of CPA evaluates

Moslem DAR students ES SALAAM, Tan zanla (XCStonethrowingt'd ) the Vatican, the Ethiopian- E Catholic press month theme

have fon: at least three Catholic Church (Coptic Christians) Ee

schools In the northern Suds m to close indefinitely, it has and Israel." Monsijnor Robert G. Peters, president of the Catholic

been reported here. have He spoke to members of 15 I It Preaa Association and editor of the Peoria (Illinois) Reg-
An American spread to other cities. influential professions and oc
later diocesan
in his
In the newspaper statement on the 1065
school was also broken into capital of Khartoum, a cupstkms gathered in a "Na
group of 1000 boys demanded of Catholic I'rMi Month during February,
and looted ai a result of ten tional Front" under communist
lion between Moslems and similar changes In regulations party domination. analyzes the theme of the observance, the words of Pope

Christians in the African na from a Catholic high t Paul VI-"Your Catholic preen mirror of the world

school and forced It to close The Moslem brothers are r r telling thing u they sac_ ..
tion.The indefinitely Another strike using all means, Including are in truth."
disturbances began at closed a Catholic school in terrorism, to reach their apparent I
Atbara about 200 miles northof Port Sudan on the Red Sea. goal of the eliminationof By Msgr. Robert C. Peters /

Khartoum, when students In Omdurman on the out Christianity from Africa.A NCWC News Service )("" ""
went on strike in midJanuaryafter theme of this year's
of Khartoum a mob of THE Robed
the schools refused current of the Moslem
to Moslem Press Month glveaever'one
students looted a sec. brothers in the Sudan Is ;
accept conditions laid down I II
ondary school -readers and writers Peters
operated by an 0.)1'
to stir trouble between Moslems
by a student organization. The American Honor -reason to consider the
mission of Columbus
in Knights I f
students had asked that most neighboring Ethiopiaand task of the Catholic press
group on January 23. At first their whichis
religious personnel be rev They are the words of
moved, that the tuition be rev their attempt was turned back led by the Christian Em. Supreme Knight John W McDevitt ford; Archbishop Henry J. O'Brien of Paul VI: Your Catholic Pope

duced by 25 per cent and that by left police no guard However and the police peror Haile Selassie. of the Knights of Columbus, who was Hartford; Biahop Char lea P. Greco of mirror of the world press. tlon but the surrounding world

the schools' curricula be attempt the, students on a second broke This was the reason for the invested u a Knight Commander of St. Alexandria supreme chaplain; and telling things as they are that affects what must be

changed. into the school and destroyed inclusion of the "Ethiopian Gregory at a January banquet in Boa Bishop William J. Smith of Pembroke In truth. told.The
Male students entered a whatever Church" with the Vatican and ton, ia pictured with from left Auxiliary Ontario. publication that mirrors .
they could not carry. Israel on their list of enemiesof Te mirror the world Is not
nearby girls' school in Atbara, away. Bishop John Hackctt of Hart- the family, the factory,
pushed past a Sitter who triedto The pattern that lies behind the Sudanese, Iht simple task It first appears. the field, and the forum must

block their way, and com this trouble-making Include the Christian principles

pelled the girls to join the sketched by a leader of was the For one thing, a mirror can needed for a proper In.
strike. In effort Bishop Issenmann becomes Says Vietnam bonzes terpretatioa of the question
an to halt the extremist Moslem brothers or. be Imperfect, setting up dlstortions .
strike, parents were asked
to ganizaUon at a meeting in In Its reflections. A

sign a declaration acceptingthe Khartoum recently, when he coadjutor for Cleveland foes of u.s.CUULAXD mirror can be too small to Anything else Is not "thingsas !
school regulations. said "Our main enemies are are open. tell the full story. A mirrorcan they are" or things ".tatrulh.
be faithful to the surfsce ."
the On schools the day last week when Diocesan (NC) Archbishop Karl J. Alter of Ky Father Patrick O'Connor of things and miss what lies

were student reopened mob astonethrowing pressSl'RIXGnELn Cincinnati told Catholics here that their new coadjutor S.ICiONC: ( ) Political Buddhist bonzes (monks) behind the obvious fscade. Anything else Is not the

forced them to clone Indef. (SCIThediocese Biahop Clarence G. lanenmann come to the Cleveland may now be clamed with the armed Viet Cong communists A mirror that tells all Catholic press that the Popes

Inltely for the safely of the of Springfield-Cape diocese at the beginning of a new era In the Church. as open opponents ot things as they are must he a have advised to place itselfin
Girardeau, Missouri, will This bonze the world and Interpret that
Among thoae wan one of the that seldom limits Its
other students. attendingthe solemn reception cere. the United States in Viet
begin publication of world for readers in
Its the
own three who were given: asylumIn area of refloction. And the light
From Atbara the strikes newspaper this spring Bishop monies and dinner here on Tuesday was Archbishop Jo. nam. the U.S. embassy hero In press that attempts to be of Christian principles

Ignatius: J. Strecker has aeph P. Hurley Bishop of mumty of the debt owed! to They claim that they areopposed September, 19G3, during the such a mirror must concern Catholic readers should\ be
announced. St. Augustine. him. only to Ambassador last phase of President Ngo Itself not only with the obvious happy! to have at hand a press

ORLANDOWINTER Editor of the new and as Speaking before civic and ln..1n.\ I Taylor, not to dmh Diem's regime. He told ecclesiastical aspects of the that dedicates itself to so 1m.l"lrtant .

yet unnamed paper will be religious dignitaries in the "For more than 20 years, the U.S. They claim also that this correspondent once that world but with every walk of a task.

PARKGary's Father Leo W Nugent, director Sheraton-Cleveland Hotel 1, Archbishop Hoban has given they wish "to save the country he had studied English at the life sway slightest concernof
of the diocesan bureau of Archbishop Alter said the intense, generous and devoted from the communists." Vietnamese-American association morality.

information and pastor of Church Is reaching out to the service to the Church in your American officials here reject and during his sojournin A mirror that tells things ORLANDOWINTER

Duck Inn Sacred Heart Parish in Con. world trying to bring unity midst He has won your admiration << the attempted distinction! the embassy. as they really are must reflectnot

.in. rs a water rol was way Bishop Strecker said it and the remedy of Christ's his and your gratitudeby between the ambassador personally Now he came back to the only the object In ques PARK
is hoped the first Issue would energy his kindnessand and his
Pistil eaarooa "liD Gospel. position as embassy trading a crowd -
assist Bisr axjwaaaa appear around Easter "Bishop Issenmann comesto his wisdom, as well as by representative of the US.government (earing banners with Inflammatory Flag returned
... his other
r. 44 east outstanding qualitiesas
still in the vigor of his Inscriptions WE ARE NOT THE
Mil S*. On StL 7... a great churchman," Arch. against VATICAV C1TV ( C-)
JIM BLAKE manhood. As your leader, he bishop' Alter said. M.ny Mrlnamrse, Including the U.S. A large battle flag seized LARGEST, BUT WE TRY
OFFICE SUPPLY will have to take the Initiativein Buddhists, doubt whether f' 0 r mer Prime Minister from the Turks by Christian
implementing the program Bishop Issenmann 57 was these liroiurs are sincere In Huong Is not a Christian His) forces during the naval battleof

BILL BARDOEFORD OFFICE rORNITCRM strrui;* of the Second Vatican Council consecrated to aerie as auxiliary their passing references U government: which was only I"panto (15711, which has 0' f.f AnnumCompound1
of Cincinnati 411
with its emphasis upon "winning the war ever the provisions!I. did nothing for centuries hung In the ,0 Curr.nt Divld."d
FACTORY DEALER Ml Taws 1954. He has been of
the liturgies! renewal, the ecumenical Bishop communists" against the Buddhists .
SAVE ON YOUR SOD *. OrUM. Are, Mtf.FAIRVIEW movement, the Columbus. Ohio, since 1W7 II. Ixxly else, eicept the or communists any. Major ltom llailllca has been of sent M back Mary lo QuerferlySafe

NEW CAR DEAL problem of Church unity," the was appointed coadjutor to The sincerity of all statements during Its less than the Turkish
Archbishop IIld.Archbuhop Archbishop Hoban and apostolic made by the political three months of existence. government as a with Security
PS. 4S4-JJ31 gesture of good will by 1'01"
Alter cautioned administrator of the diocese bonzes must be doubted now The bonus
W. Hwy. 50 that the Bishop will need w tth right of succession even by American officials political attackedIt I'aul'f, SAVE AT
e..n.ra as soon as was formed.They .
.. &
list.! >theM.'blx laundry
last October 7. who
I prayers, cooperation and loyal Archbishop formerly appeared credulous were J'4IrtJ'ul.rllndl"nln FEDERAL
("('MM devotion lie Misted Hoban, !M, has headed the rora.,. P55? .n..oL SECURITY
Br.>l.kl.. '. n. Care ; because he announced
St. Chula MM. .. A. Mttwltritlt diocese for 22 year fly the afternoon of January at the start, that politic and LEWISCOIIEXTERMINATING
Parish Catholics win hit! U become 35 the police In Saigon had CO.
Ufiwitw, Orla 4e
Issenman be
Bishop assumedhis religion must
more Intohrd In the arrested :e homes and S kept sepa I..tt,........ 1141III.
life .( their new office following a rate. ...
respective elm lootecses involved' In disturbances Wlltra -p e sus|

OWNED OPERATED PHONE GA 2.3452IY minifies trigging U bear the English Solemn which Pontifical he offered Mass In Of the 20{ men according Nf ease, example .r argument D....... ./i-1/1. I'ts''

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February In St. Jehu's
'.F. SUSAN NURSEY RIItJr1r1ElIR pos the social lrimeit." thedral. Some 60 An'hba"ptand ca :8 are not bonres at all produced t* prate that any ANNOUNCINGOUR

Archbishop Alter paid tribute Bishops and more than though they wore monks' body" Is trying le "eslermln- : MOVE TO A
DIAMONDS WATCHES robes They were unable (t" .t. Buddhism I Ili
to Archbishop Edward Fllobao 600 Priests were at the cere LARGER STORE
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prayer and could produce no ....., f.flini) F.tiU.S: S
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identity. cards. One has been
.Way sot live la MM**? see "*..... Br*.k Aer.sTfire SINGER AUTOMATIC Monsignor M Burroughs John of Onto and identified as a Viet Cong been seeing these snlltfovtrn-( Children'sClothes S1ECtTRITX'FDD1ERAId
Cavanaugh, menu bonzes .
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DEMETREE BUILDERS /Isl.-.A.1.1..1 r.r 5.>._ N.It.I.p NA/IN* where Bishop Isnmanii received Among those arrested are done no good for 1111 ......... .... lea ,.f It -SATTHOS--AND-LOU wWM f-OCUTOie el Ke
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.... ..._----._-.._ ... ., Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 5, 1965
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> Bishop Quinlan

Forced to march in dead of winter

'IIJ r (r.."...tf ,.... p.. ..) Byrne had a fever. He had missionaries, but we could a number of convents for the
T 'T'TR Korea. He was from Wash. two patches on his face red always take more. After all\, Korean Sisters to help In

0 ington, D.C., a Mary knoll society fever spots. And he died justa there are 20 million pagans in catechising the catechumens
sr 7 Bishop, a very, very week later of pneumonia. South Korea and we have only It is a wonder what a good
I ( Me e: wonderful man and, 1 think, It was In November of 1950 half a million Catholics. catechist can do.

r1 .j a saint, a real one. that he died, in North Korea. Also, we are very gratefulto
k sr' Undoubtedly the opportunities
lie was In the delegation In The place where he died for making conversionsare God to have three Catholic

Seoul, Korea, when the Inva- was called Ha Chang Rl. first class, right now, clinics in that big state
lion occurred and he decidedto
r stay with the Priests and Oh, there were many dying If we had more missionaries Medical helpThere

Bishops of Korea who were there every day. In order that and more Sisters we could
going to stay and face the we would be able to identify double easily the number of are millions of pa.
Xr7 1.. music. his body I put my light summer Baptisms.Ten gans, as I said, and they don't

: soutane on him becauseit It have many medical facilities.We .
years ago. was no
So he stayed and was ar had red buttons on it which ticeable that in a phenomenalway have an average of 300

rested. were made of gold and dyed the intelligentsia as wellas patients a day in our three

And then, In due time, we and wouldn't deteriorate in the plain people were turning Catholic clinics They are
were all collected togetherand there. That's why I put it on toward the Church. That's really a magnet for getting

taken up to North Korea. him. still in vogue, thanks be to people into the Church.
J We were taken into custodyIn God. There's hardly a walkof When you help their bodies,
7--"" the latter days of July. We Is life which doesn't, have they're more inclined to listento

were in camps here and there (After many months In Red Catholics in it-there are a what you have to say about

until the last days of October, captivity stretched into years lot of professors in the universities their souls.

1950.Then for the then Monsignor Quin. in Seoul, and Army Now, we have another very
because the United tan, he was released via Mos generals and Navy admirals wonderful Institution there, in
'A w. Nations troops had got up cow and Berlin and visitedhis and Air Force officers.
i : rrr..,. yr r !taal our town of Chun Chon-that
within 30 mlles of us, the Reds native Ireland before he Is a women's college.
In South Korea, at the moment
decided to move us, so we took up his new assignmentin -
: h..a. couldn't be liberated by the 1954-as regent of the there are 500 Priests, Sacred Heart College Is the
.. .. +r "S', .r. .C.s..... +ti .r r. .w than
.w. and of these 500.
oncoming UN troops. Thus began Apostolic Delegation in Korea more official title of it. It was built

( what is now known as the It was the same post 300 are Korean Priests. by the Religious of the Sacred
New location for Cathedral choir Korean Death March. where his valiant predecessor, There are 10 Bishops In Heart and they started to takein

800 officers Bishop Byrne had served. South Korea, five are Korean students there last March.
:Members of the choir stand !In Cathedral is restored. The white area will accommodate the choir There were about born ordained and Next month, they will take in
and men of the 24th Division (Asked if he has ever visit. conse
dismantled marble altar will be in its former and Students of St Joseph their second
the This institution
partially sanctuaryat organ. in it and there were 79 ed Bishop Byrne's crave, the crated in Korea. Then, three year.
the Cathedral of St. Augustine, location, but the ornamental back. Academy above are, from left, civilians- missionaries and Bishop of Chun Chon continued are American; one it French; is going to be a tremendous

envisioning with their director, Sister ground will be moved back several Wayne King, Cecilia Thompson, merchants and ordinary folks in his own Tipperary and I don't have to tell you asset, not only for

:Mary George S.S.J., where they fret and encased in wood. In back Danny Downs, Tom Mcscrve, Marie who were caught in Seoulat speech: ) where I come from: Chun Chon, but for all Korea.

will sing when the interior of the of this reredos, a raised platform Tousey and Susan Foster. the time of the Red Inva It will give us good women
Irish home ]leaders in the Republic, whichwe

sion.The need.
Death March started Ah sure, we've never got
on I was born of very humble (Returning to the program:
the 31st fJf October IIH. It up there since, and the Lord of this week in the Diocese,
tells// ofhymnsinging parents on a farm back in
New books will provide Pope lasted for nine days; 135 miles knows If18 ever will in our Tipperary. I had two elder Bishop Quinlan continued; )

was the distance co\ered. time. brothers and two younger His Grace is interested oa

I know where I my visiting the Central Catholic
could to
That wasn't an awful walk go sisters They're all alive still,
further Mass changes any day 15 miles an aver. his grave with my YeS blindfolded thanks be to God, and now High Schools

use in liturgy age if you're well fed and I know it so well. they have children and grand. I am
well clad and well shod, that But we'll! never get up children. None of them have students In each region en

VATICAN CITY (NC) New standard liturgical provisions of the Holy See's nnllniifd from p.i. ...) could not shake anyone, I there until this thing is finished followed in my footsteps yet, our :Modern :Martyrs In Korea

I books soon to be published provide for the first part of liturgical instruction of last is a great help In keeping think, except very old people.We one way or the other but some of them are talking and a little of this death
26 to into rf- people united in fervent common had very old people withus of it. march that 1 went through
the September go
Mass, the Liturgy of the Word, to be celebrated at I burled Bishop Byrne, tte
feet on March 7, which will prayer "which so greatly ; we had poor Father Vil- (Bishop Quinlan was or and that's about It.
the lectern or insteadof carried him out four of .
pulpit us.I
January 2R by Father Annl- require that some Mass nourishes faith When lemot, of the Foreign Mission dained to the sacred Priesthood .
at the altar. was one of those who carried (Asked to comment on the
bale Bugninl C.M, secretaryof prayers hitherto recited in a the singing of the people de." Society of Paris who was 82 him out, dug his ItraeIht're on February 2, 19O.:! lie perils of atheistic communism
With this provision, the be clines religious spirit fades. old. of the
the postconclllar liturgy low voice sung or recited years the continued his story
bt'htIII could withan
for America, the Korean Bishop
Priest would preside from his commission and newly appointed aloud. Among these are the He encouraged Priests to Two other Priests were on old shovel and burled him apostolate in the Far East:: ) said: )
chair, and not ascend to the undersecretary for secret prayer or prayer over take special care regarding the march from the same and little I China 13
put a cross of stoneson was in for years I hope there Is no danger,
altar until the Offertory, beginning the offerings, the doxology at the externals of the new ritual mission.sending society I In
liturgy of the Congregation of top of II, you know I went out to China in 1920, but you know that the communists
the Liturgy of the Rites the end of the Canon, and the ""blch render liturgical ac. France, a Father Humbert sailing to the United States are working tooth

Eucharist. The new Mass Father Bugnini disclosed In. prayer for peace immediately tion eloquent" Those should Antoine 77, and "younger" The grave being In North and on to the East When I and nail to take over America

books also will direct that the formation concerning new edition following the lord's Prayer be performed "without excess, brother, a 74-year-old Priest. Korea you wouldn'a have easy was coming back in 1933, I They feel that if they can
missal remain in one spot; on of several liturgical Regarding the Communion without assuming faculties in All three of them died after access to it went to Ireland by the U.S.A. get a communist governmenthere

the altar the end from of the Mass-being Offertoryuntil books which are to be published of the faithful in the Eucharistic : a free and easy way for oneself the end of the Death March. So, that Mai the, story of Everybody likes to come and in America, they would

placed to the left of the celebrant Imminently by the Vat Meal, Father Bugnml as For those who improvisewalk Novena of poor Bishop Byrne. go by USA, you know, have theorld at their/ feet
serted "A Mass the unstable and
: without along an painThe
ican Press .
and there insteadof Polyglot Among rather than by Suez. The trip and all controlled from Moscow
kept communion of the faithful is .
them Is one intended to provide dangerous path. that way is longer and not as That is no secret, about
being moved from right to like a ring without its precious march lasted for nine
left and back guidelines for natIOnallshops' It is necessary to do every. (Bishop Qumlan having ar pleasant. It was when I got their aims.
conferences for the stone. thing possible to educate the days, as I said Some of the rived at Seoul In 1964 took up my first holiday out of China
Another innovation will bo Turning to ,the prayer of to take active officers and men had been Great
general framework of the people an part his duties as regent of the that I called at the Apostolic people
the omission of the genuflection the faithful the \'lncenUal\ the Fourth of
prisoners since
common prayer or prayer of because it is difficult to Apostolic Delegation. He was Delegation< and met Ills
during the Creed, exceptat the faithful. This litany-type liturgist said it will vary from change habits. July. appointed a Bishop by the Grace, who was then Father I feet confident that America
Christmas and the feast of prayer is to come into generaluse week to week at the discretionof They had boon 111 fed on a Holy Father Pope Pius XII, Burley will not fall for that line
"The faithful must conductthe
the Annunciation.
Instead of Immediately before the the celebrant, but within a grain called "millet" TheyIIt'rt'n't in November 1965 of Lei and that the Faith of
at the words dialogue: they must answer (After his trying experiences
genuflecting Offertory with the changes of format to be approved by the \ in good shape. Some our Fathers will see us
". and made the prayers, they must Bringing us up to date on in communist prisoner)
was man, March 7, the first Sunday of national body of Bishops. This had been wounded Many hadtht'ir through
the Priest and congregationwill Lent common prayer Is to be in the nut remain dumb. shoes taken away by himself, Bishop Quinlan continued of war camp in North Korea I believe that have
: IWhile I and his work in the you
bow. Apostolic
vernacular, he observed andis
Father Bugnini said that the "It Is therefore necessaryto their Red captors and In the when he great people here people who
Delegation returned
These new changes, were re- first of the revised books to intended to express the special make their participation cold weather they suffered an I was regent of the Seoul love God and appreciate what
to Quln-
sealed here In an article In be Issued will be the Ordo concerns of the communIty easier by and with the preparation awful lot -there was frost delegation in Seoul for four lan returned his, miNIOn Bishop work God hal done for us and

L'Osservatore Romano on Missac! the section; of the in which the Mass Is being of children, and by coming along on the death years, I was aluo In charge of for the Church In Korea. He they're going>> to keep loyal to
missal comprising the Ord. celebrated. bring Insistent with I the march and they were in sum the big mission district that this of his Him, no matter what the !lies

inary and Canon of the Mass. Father Bugnini said that the adults," Pope Paul said. mer fatigues So, many of the Holy See had entrusted to district gives ) summary or the lying promises of the

Pol.vglut Press volume "Is not them died. Columban Fathers It was an communists may sound Ike

1I. In Declaring thin that"have the revisions a collection of already-pre Those (hat just fell out on area of 30)0() square miles with Me went In there U years (In conclusion, Bishop Quin.

volume changed" the: pared models, wlilc i would be Des Moines the mirth during the nine three million pagans in it and ago and there was not much Ian said to The Florida Catholic

......I rden.. Priest nothing added substantially, contrary to the laws of the days wen ihol right there by very few Catholics In It. :Now, after 25 years, we )

5'k.rn.r .. SC..HA : prayer of the faithful, but Is the road.Ide, !So I used to divide time hive 30 churches and JO nice Now, if you'll say a final
I "ppr.il.l. your ...tron... "The tone has changed but a guide for preparation of Diocese gets belwrci the 1 Delegation my and residences far the I'rlesls. word of sheerest thanks to
Trn I>ellv.rjr PR 4 Till the melody remains' as before, these models. According to Major John Ihs Grace and to all the
running around my big terri You can build a good residence
Huntington Bldg. Miami as always Even in its retouch. George Dunn, who was the Priests for the wonderful time
Thus the book will contain new Bishop tory. And It was impossible for a Priest for WOW.
senior American officer they have here
log, everything was delicatelyand on given me :
full time .
attentively examined ith seven or eight samples form. that Death March, there were jobs And you can build a good I feel very much at borne

LOUIS W. PETERSON heart, rather than mind, to slated simply to demonstratethe \SSrTOV||| ; (NC-Pop) 98 missing when they got to I asked the Holy See to let brisk church that will accommodate here and am certainly enjoy
A...,. far harmonire the rite with the spirit of the format to bo l"lul1 I has named the Bishop Journey's end after nine daysof me off one and preferably to 6)0) or 'TOO:' people form log It and will remember It
Krrllnirr n...., I... wise and precise norms laid approved' by the various Ui h.lipS' George J Biskup to he marching.'Tiger's'. let me !leave the Delegation 000 We built the churches forever when I get back to
.. .. .
M..k.\IIII. r ill C. .
F It. 4101 r......... Hl.lloB down by the council's document Hishnp of Des Moines. Bishop and go back to the field where and residences for Priests and Korea.
........n'.1 Hint Atrorf (Constitution the In addition to the new Ordo Bukup has been auxiliaryto refusalBishop I I felt at home. So after four
!I... 1)1..... .01,1.,... Sacred Liturgy)." Missae with its simplified directions Archbishop James J. years' of tofting, they ac.

PURE ALTAR WINES for celebrating the Byrne of Dubuque Byrne caught! a coldon ceded and I got beck to my
Father Bugnini recalled the Mass\ the new books Includea Bishop |!|\kup succeeds lea the last day of the march. mission; Chun Chon is the Make Your Visit to FLORIDA a Pilgrimage

revised Kyriale, which con. lie was very lightly clad for name of my dwcete.I .
diocese loft vacant by the 400 Years Ago
INSURANCE tams the chant of the Ordi the cold weather and he

., Fire Auto Life .Home or Business nary of the Mass, and another death of r.lshop F.dward: C wasn't a robust man anyway. was made Bwhop by Romein Sj ,iiah Priests & Settlers Founded The
entitled Italy 01'., who was killed In November 1966. Our mis-
"Chants Called For
HENRI A. MONTEAUMORELANDOLIVER.MONTEAU in the Roman Missal" This an airplane accident at the \\hen we got In to this old lion district: was made intoa
,,"z INC. latter Father Bugnini said airport in Rome on November barrack, a Japanese farm diocese In 11! South Korea MISSION OF
33 Wtitcrn Union Building where we were housed forBOrne
{ 23, 1964, just she the' was divided Into diocesesand
contains small selection\ of
Phone 229-I988 Tampa, Florid melodies a to be used in new close of the third session o( time, the Red officer in archdiocese at that time NOMBREdeDIOS
the Secondallcan Council charge the march insisted
forms of the Mass
that we get out every morn.
Korean diocese
the rite of concclrbration, the Born In Cedar nal'idslo"a, log at dawn or a little beforeit AMERICAN OLDEST MISSION

GAINESVILLE'S FINEST HOME VALUES pram oi the faithful and August 23, 1911 Bishop Bit- for calisthenics in the yard. I ,,.. \ Swd m tht spot rhrl
Bwhop Qumlan belongs to _
other innovations which be
cup attended Lonas q *'
College We
In told
were to strip to the
V\ tfw Cathoie
y? OMni
come effective March 7 l>ubu<]ue and the North American waist for the exercises. the Columban Fathers, a society e mayv> .* bepi
la The UUd.4 StitaST.
founded by the late Bish.vp
College in Rome He was The first morning, when we
PttI New Bishop ordained in Rome on March were ordered out. Bishop E J. Galvia The latll'rlabari'd AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
in China for 33
1937 years
Byrne asked that he be exempted
VATICAN CITY (INC) Bishop Biskup was In Rome The Bishop went to himself. Bishop QwtaUaa re-

HUGH EDWARDS INC. Pope Paul \'I has raised the again from 1948 to 1951, serving the man in charge of the calls and then the Reds t9k. -.
apostolic prefecture of Bhagalpur. In the offices of the Sacred march -who was nicknamed"the threw Bishop Garvkn out cf

JVHT TWO HI/KIM FROM : India, to the rank of Congregation for the Oriental Tiger" and asked to China led he died to Ireland
diocese and named its Church.' too years after.Pope Q 1li
ST. PATRICK'S PARISH AND SCI1OOI present be exempt from stripping to
y. K. leia Au. A istk Stred religious leader, American \ lie was named \Tcar General the waist because be had sucha ( John XXIII: set up a \
.born Father Urban K Me- of the Archdiocese of bad cold. national hierarchy in Korea

Garry T.0 H, to be the first Dubuque in 182, and was Of that action m \*at. tse

DI hop. serving! m that capacity then Bishop dies charge affaires. of the Dele!
Lubricated Your Windows Lately Horn In Warren, I'ennsyl l- Pope Pius Ml named him galton m Seoul then, Monsi-

Ui. "L.C.VV." Aluminum lubrtII vanla. In 1911, Bishop-elect titular Bishop nf Hemerla "Tiger" just leveled his revolver gaor Charles Morton, wasgnsl.d
t cant, the provtn MW way to I McGarry was ordained on and ,Auxiliary to Archbishop at him and told turn to as taytac 'la IMS

Clean, Long.Lasting Yclvtty Smooth October S, 1943 and< appointed Leo Bint of Dubuque in 1967.He strip off- so he stripped.And with the division of Korea:'

operating Windowi, Doors, Locks prefect apostolic on August was consecrated: on April then that night! Bishop the apostolate suffered in the
pithing Tackle, Guns, Folding Furniture 7, 19M. tbi new diocese :4 1967 north "whereas in the southit

Tools, Zipptrt, Etc. 1 + t retains the same name and Bishop Fiskup way elected eeataMies to flwtrwh Bishop .

Available Glom Cans AtretoU territory as the former prefecture administrator of the Arrhhorre Mission Qumlan was one of the
I Quarts .t most Builder and remains in the < ot Dubuque by the airports hierarchy when lope John

i Supply, Paint and Hardware Starts.Wfrd. 1 solo. care of the Third Order Beg board of diocesan CMMiHor, CVRACASOVeneru( ) MtaMisfced a MUoal one f for

I by Eugene Dorniih & Son, d esomr. liar' of St FrancisSubscribe m the early part of 13 *hen ela s ministry of justice will Korea On the state of the

Sine $1952 NNNNNNNIN.NNNINr thee "temporarily va- buikl four airports for small po tolate in South K"r>';a,

97$ SW.IJtnSr.. .. I.In' due to the transfer of planes at four missionarv centers Bishop Qumlaa has thiS, to
Pompano B ach, Florid. nowa.1NN1N.NNNNNNN ,\"I.Io"h,1'" > ," Etna to the Arvhdioust established by CapiKhia sat i
: el St Paul missionaries In Zulu state. Wit'it not too bad:>' off for

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