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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 12, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
weekly
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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System ID: UF00079916:00059
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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A'OF... XX\. No. IS Orlando Florida Friday February 12,1965 lOt ..."
in the
EVERY year month of February we appeal to ,..... .
every Catholic, young and old, to participate in the v {
greatest of all work-the mission of charity toward our r'n1sIoB: '

neighbors here in the Diocese of St Augustine.The .

St. Joseph Church message that we bring to you can be traced back

to the stable at Bethlehem, the marriage feast at Canain
a.
I Galilee and from the hills of the Holy Land down ; ,

through the centuries to the catacombs, the monasteriesover kAnd

blessed in Tampa the countryside, through the city alums, in the cathedrals "{I

of Bishops. It is the message of love in action

which Jesus Christ taught us when He made the blind to

T,1MPA-A church more than 60 years old serving the school led the children's see. the lame to walk' the deaf to hear and the dead to w

St Joseph pariah here has been replaced by a new church, choir. Sister Roberta was rise again.To .

I modern in design, but reminiscent of Spanish architecture.Last choir director perform the charity which Jesus would have us

Sunday, Archbishop Joseph P. Burley was in Tampato Father James F Gloekler do in this complex age is difficult indeed. It requires .
bless the new St many material resources for which ;;
Joseph Church. Father Leonard E. was master of ceremonies for we depend on you .
;
Cordier CSSR., pastor, celebrated the Mass. The Arch. the dedication Chaplains to who possess the chanty of Christ in your hearts, you who i""
bishop spoke at the dedica the Archbishop were Father know that charity is the -
tion. choir in the singing for the Laurence Murphy CSSR. greatest of the virtues numerating: them will only
Litany of Saints intoned at Ki\e: you a faint idea of what
and Father Patrick ShannonC How have we used the material
He
congratulated
everyonewho the blessing of the sanctuary. good ls done in your name,
55 R. other Priests which
Many resources
bad a hand in the con you how many souls are saved be.
itruction of the beautiful, Saleslan Sisters who staff attended hate given over the yean? cause you listened to our

large church.In pleas for help.Regional .
the house of Sacrifice of "
the Mast and the palace of '\

the Most Blessed Sacrament, offices
the Eucharistic holds
King
Regional offices of the
court and listens to the' plead. Catholic Charities Kureau of
f.
ing of His lubJl'dS'or this the Duxese are located in
reason, the' \
Archbishop counseled Jacksonville. M. Petersburg,
people of the parish Tampa, Orlando, Eau: Gillie, v
should use their church more 1 IMvtona Heath and Uke-
and more-for meditation for land.
possessing of Christ for com IliC N
pamonship with the Divine regional office Is to be
t t, opened la Sarasota during
'
Scour church he said Is the I ;' idI I!l6S.
House of God; If you nit It
well It will be for each and I \
every heaven one of you the gait of C Child care facilitiesThe

Diocese operates St.
Father Cordier presidedover Mary's Horn 'for children in
the completion of the Jacksonville and the Christ
church !begun by his predecessors 11J Child Center in Tampa Sisters
particularly (Father John I of St. Joseph of St.
T. Stevens C SS,H The new ," \ Augustine staff the home,

church they built Hands on Admissions and case work
the corner of Cherry and Gomes sertkes are provided by so.
and replaces the imall I clal workers from regional
church at the corner of Albany of foe*.
and Walnut streeti J v Iho lame walked ( Luko 7,22))

The ceremony !began at Archbishop blesses new church Morning Star Schoolsfor
11 30 1m. with a processionfrom Carrying on ChrUtlike acts of char to orphaned children and comfort to
the rectory to the Archbishop Joseph P Hurley blessedthe op, Father James }'. Gloekler and Father exceptionalchildren ity, teachers at Morning Star School. the unwed mother To continue then

church Fourth degree new St Jooeph Church in Tampa Leonard K:. Cordier CSSR, pus- (above) give devoted care to haiull- works, Catholic Charities needs your I

Knights of Columbus formed last Sunday. Assisting above. from tor of the pariah which has just curt Handicapped children are rapped children, while others work to nuport.( Won't you show your concern

a guard of honor for the Archbishop __ J Wt sag, 'athtr..Law\1'nte Murphy plrtrd its new church. /J taught by especially trained brine happiness to the old folks, Jove un Sunday, February 21 f
hit chaplain and Ole C.ss.R., the Moat Reverend Archbwh. Miters of it Joseph and
other members of th. ,
clergy -- -- -- other teachers and therapists Cur Jetu Home, to serve need many more l lit help all In could b* struck down phvil-
in the procession. qualified to help youngsters Tampa, Is under construction, need Most of us do, not thank sally or menfall so that \""
Father Cordier read the Morcy Hospital Espiritu Santo Church who are enrolled at theohonls God enough that w* are so would need the help of our
psalms and visiting, Priests A mining home fur the
located In Jacksonville
fortunate, Many of ui who speUal schools/ ,
the before the ORLINDO-People are in- aged Is planned In Orlando
gave responses Orlando and .
Tampa.The
live in the> middle
Archbishop blessed the exterior vied to take pictures of the plans Feb. 14 blessing ordinary Haw Is all this rharltabl
dais environment do not
and Interior of thedifice Mercy Medical Center nearIng :Morning Star at Tampa. And an addition U bring work aC'tomplhh..d II I.m.d" U
here Grounds has a* addition planned for All Saints Home realize how much suffering,
presently
completion by
possible
111:11I.lmmc Father Bernard F Ihttman ofF your gen
: Jacksonville. Ixilh spiritual and hy.k.l!, Is
In
Father Stevens and Father will be open February 21 wader construction, erotlly when we appeal for
> Santo here haa extended an Invitation to the dally lot of our neighbor
Robert Smith C SS R led the from 1 to i p.m. pintu parish periling lun
  • aU the people of thy area in celebrating the formal dedication Catholic Charities has pro- W* find It hard to 'believe (, each ear.
    Home for unwed )
    pram! to open a new Morning that we who are now full or(
    of the new J>. plntu Santo Church. lV<)ication
    Deadline for change ceremonies' will take place) on February 14 with Arch- Star School in St. Petersburg, mothersMarls health and youthful vigor .will Our coats are rising each
    it is elated by a spokesmanof one day grow old and sick year because of a glowing
    bishop Joseph I' HurtoyFoUowing & 'hilUppi Park at the Intersection the central office of the Well Villa I. a homeIn and will need a haven of rest need In a growing Stale

    first Sunday in Lent officiating, of Routes inn and Wt, Catholic Charities Dureau Orlando 'fur unwed mothers providing spiritual,. and physical fleas make a big sacrifice
    the ble* wg at overlooking Tampa toy lomfort for our declining this year fur the poor of Jc,u
    llam a Matt will be offered Nursing Homes end years Christ give at least (In.d.y' .
    NT (- P.-.Beginning; with the first Sunday Sunday Masses are offeredal (Iles the siiwial I section of
    by Father Drttmon The Clinics for the aged You may find It hard to b* pay God will bleu bll
    cf Lent March 7, 1I 63. the liturgy in the Diocese will bit combined pariah. choir aDd I and 11 am, weekdayMais this week's issue of The lave that one of your chlMien abumUntly fur It.
    Is at 7 a.m. Florida Catholic, all of t...*
    performed according to the instructions released to the Clearwater Central Catholic Catholic Charities has in
    from the here Major difference which High School choir will operation thru material resources are calledU ._ _.
    Priests Chancery Priests and people>> 'from tM nursing mind along with the - -- --- ----- ---
    programs
    people will notice at Mass will be the orna lion of Pubs lead UM portatuomfs In n taM; tring parishes arcJoining homes and clinks for the .whkh serve penpie| t l
    42 at the foot of the altar hymns U be sung at UM Mass th* parishioner of aged one is under construction seeking the solace thy need Diocese of St.
    Augustine
    when Mass begins; and no commentary on the booklet The now church: wlU axroenmodate Ksptritu Santo on this dedication and another is. on t the from Catholic Charities t
    sent to UM Priests for their 400 partaMonors Con- day.Noire. drawing board, being planned
    last GoeCrr1.1A study. Father Cheekier noted ftructf'd' of OOMTH Mask for constructionThe Your first thought I am St. Augustino, Florida
    ntH han been that new metalM* for parts Ube stucco with I accousUrallyUoal4 pir-ram for the aged sure. on reading about th*
    simplified la Witrgral serve twig la KMtUa by the exiling UM building Dame Is in full swing at the follow. number of agencies and Initiations February P, 1W3!
    Ices by the new tntrMriw celebrant and the ministers has both atr on4A MiiBg and lag nursing homos All Saints in the Diocese, will t*
    Father James F Otoekkr cf Mass must' be approved hoatmcRaatnM, Horn Jacksonville, M. of disbelief that there can b* Reverent and dear Father
    Is president of tw diocesan la regard to UM rite of die Santa Church I.I addition to Joseph Manor, M Petersburg such misery and need In then
    Liturgical COIMI.***OB. la a Issn, page thee .heated at Ute norUwn tap of Mater 'List Home|| "'Y- nth land of ours tea, w* February .U Catholic Charities month In our
    ., be dedicated ''''na Ilesrh have many reaourt and *. trinr'M>, It In the month of the traditional ore
    a
    ,>baM' collection, ; of the collection for our handle

    t liU't:1tn."lrR'j.: : .. Father Entrance exams in Marchat capped'' l children. ; of the collection\ for our Infirm

    t tulip E llalstead! prim 1(1411, and homeless elders; It .U the collection: to help
    Ma invited greats t/> attend the erring and the wayward, aa well aa theses least
    UM dedication today al the diocesan High SchoolsJ favored by tl* fortunes of the well It 'U, Indeed

    Net Dam Aradrmy M SC the eolleelktn for those w ho most need the Charityof
    T./\ k ht r4ftmrgAirhteahop' J \( (), \ III'f.: Faamtnatlnna are In the of fir g Jesus OrUt

    Jo.*oh P Hun at the Central Catholic High 8ch Jy will bleu UM I( hool's a4Ma cording to the Department of fdtU'at..n.: TaMors and Our a4itt profit cannot fall In their" duty

    < s> A dup bCatiose: of UMeiwtang pre l>eflta of the achfiola In the areas will sire' arrange towards this collection It only they will read l theCharity

    kvlMwg' UM eiteoMMI nehnlule'e for threo-hour tenting of grad sehl thUd,", Supg,b M-nt in this week's Florida CathoNc .
    T.'e
    dMMe UM capacity of w no will take high school 1'b4t story of our Catholic Cbaritlea there
    UM AcademyA entrance exams )1"114I" Central Catk. re ouMe i Is an lnj>r..v* OM. anal w. can all

    Musa RerlUla _HI he The ehiktrefl are usually. re. ilk. .IllCtl .VkMlOrUwteBlshop I Stern. take great pIe. In It. Hut I.", ef.'ciaUy dralrou

    v offered .a lekruary '* at o** i r )'.. a m. wltll the girl' ug. Chwrth dote I rsomme'nd
    srAo k serving at tfjftt at It AiafiMtjsM-K. Je.g.e U *( for the needy, and
    fig IW kymas.TM 1 :30 lit., and. are luvaflffret Academy that every child U urged to make a |*.r*<>nal con

    new roiMtntciiMi IIVMUM to leave l .t..... They Mre.eta--Caedset: .. ISs ney trttwUon for three ehantlM TM money that
    Academy aa .....w, are l tested oa UMM assbpct High kbesd. rMMr O5
    ron, rhafwl typing rom.cl4rooms areas Mart 77, t a m. This wowM tall bnforyrttaM IMWHI to the
    iLi' a.vtral and a Jtesdeg. achmetie r...... Doyte.a ItaorftvFatter LaIi y.i*.g that trio law of Christ sales upon them to
    lowge Thomas Marten hie. K...iMi. grammar. anUmHir leave I their ftbof UtODMMllVM.
    .... HIP ...... IW f U
    Jr A1A of Miami Us the *mo..., toollssjf.f'OftMk .
    Psersbrg Blsk* *>
    iL'Lkt art'tutor! Contractors: art siege and vota- Berry .Hop ldrrlTangoTampa Our Cathode Charities. art the rffmalbiUtlrs
    Iceland Bra w. of 'it. I'. uUryraamlMMta ColfcoJIe of every MBbrf of every faa ly of wary pariah

    Uriourg aid TaaaoaSrnool c.o4.e< for kv HIp SriMol! Md OHT i U4ptt iM the ,......
    tutors of Notr comiag fralM .. art liaM r.a Neq Ac..
    DMA from BaXMnore teach fcy Father Morttm r Da.***f. I..biag MftMt you and Ufea your people the

    Dream of years realized in Tampa parishA UM girts of Notf Dan Aa4ntty cnairnua. of UM hosed of 'MyCluee Iron the ........ ahbWg bewas; i>f (M. I am
    winch tt UM Mstetanon CatkjtJt; f frhonta, aa Mlws,
    rieIIII WIll .
    r -
    elenseM.ry
    dream has been fulfilled with U* persons, war bleaaed. George Stickle of the $ 1Cf9 proper Out March 21. I a m. purt to e.*on. M MhwitVar IXfvotedly your In Christ,

    of a larger more beautiful St. Augustine was the architect. Tinterior >. aloe. ctoiaM tk* fetation of OinxtrrCentral CaAobr Joseph P. HurtryAreebiahop
    buttfeg
    ......, Barry High fefeol .Hun kb mtJarkoeevsll.flasAop .. *,-< ral,al (alkolle!
    elMKh of St. Joof ia the pariah feature a triptych dVeorttwn Father llaMH Is ortactoalOf Kenny high Vkrml.
    whkh bas served generations of Cath- over the main altar and St. Joseph'
    bnt* aHMali .ki .hv e Hit Seieolfakaa4laata M rrlu Hishop of St Augustine
    obis ia TUD(&. Last Sunday, the mural at the aide The aaactvary decor a uintoatj to. '>Uaa. : of TK" F* High Patrick larget.1TR.taE
    church which rU awreximatrfy 1000 ia a Crucifixion sceiM. lsadrals, Srho t : ;. HI sears ----- ---




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    Sanford
    Reportsat Gin to Catholic Chiritits

    All Souls only one days pay that they
    The Catholic Womens' Clubof
    ,
    which she and Mr. Jude's might give every day
    niversary St. Church together
    St. Petersburg
    All Souls Church
    recentlyhad ..,n" ","" "*W" uu"M
    Moran are celebrating this with members of Council 2105 a business and social

    :Transfiguration month. of St. Petersburg and the meeting at the parish hall. New Port Richey
    Edward J. Mulligan
    Fatho Churchurgt'd A nominating committee fourth degree honor guard of n c Guest speaker for the eve Queen of Peace
    cf Transfiguration composed of Mrs. Frank the Frank J. Lewis General
    all the women at theFebnJ1' ning Dr. W. Vincent Roberts, The Rosary.Altar Society of
    A breakfast followed .
    Keenan Miss Eleanor Doyle, Assembly.
    of the was introduced by program Queen of Peace parish will
    : ) meeting and Mrs. Sidney Conley was at Bishop Barry High
    Women Guild to attend the chairman, Mrs. Donald Le- sponsor a smorgasbord in the
    Communion breakfast appointed to select a slate of School, at which Father Law. Fils parish hall on Sunday, Feb

    which annual will be held Sunday officers which will be pre rence Cunningham was the 1 Dr. Roberts, a gynecologist ruary 14, from 4 to 7 p.m. Cochairmen -
    sented for elections at the featured speaker.
    March 7, following the 7:30: gave a most informative talk. of the event are
    Mass. AU mothers were also March meeting.A Blessed Trinity A question and answer period Mrs. Roy Obenreder and

    encouraged to bring their square dance sponsored Mardi Gras Dance will take i followed this talk. Mrs. Leigh Slater.
    Tickets which are by the men and women of Mrs. Joseph Hickson is
    daughters. place on Saturday evening
    the parish, will be held Sat- chairman' for the smorgasbord Venice
    $1 may be purchased from February 27, sponsored by ks .
    either Mrs. James Cox or urday, February 20, in the the Blessed Trinity Men's dinner to be held at the South CountyThe

    Mrs. Joseph O'Rourke.A social hall from 8 to 11 p.m. Club. The place will be Lake- parish hall on February 14, South County! Epiphany

    day of recollection will The donation is 50 cents per wood Country Club, time 9 during the hours of 4 p.m. Guild plans a card party in

    also be held in March at a person. p.m. till 1 a.m. Costumes are and 7 p.m. Admission will be the church hall of the South

    date to be announced later. optional.For t one dollar for adults and 50 County Epiphany Mission I

    All the ladies from the neigh. St. Paul a donation of S2.50, an cents for children. Church, Warm Mineral
    boring parishes are also Invited The Mardi Gras dessert of fun dancing Each family is requested to Springs on February 16,1:30:

    to joined the Guild on card party given by St. Paul exciting and entertainment evening is Work for parish CCDThe bring a covered dish. Mrs. p.m. Dessert and coffee will

    this day. Women's Guild will be held anteed. For tickets and guar.reservations C. C. Mamele chairman of be served prior to playing.

    Other projects announcedby in the school cafeteria on call Lloyd A. Brady executive board of the Confraternity OSB, Margaret O'Conner. Edith B. the penny sale to be held at This is the first card party
    Bernard Saturday afternoon, February the March meeting reminded by the Guild, as the
    Mrs. Kessler 8673423. of Christian Doctrine of Our Cooper. Marie Klausch, Ruth Liochner, given
    27. everyone to bring little articles Mission Church has been in
    and
    ways means chairman Lady Queen of Peace pariah New Port Rose Grove back Fannie .
    ; row, Lively, such ash glassware
    as trays existence but Do
    are a "miniature" apron sale Holy FamilyAt one year.
    which will be held Sunday KofC their regular meeting on Richey helps with the operation of the George Lively, Frank Klausch, Charles etc. needed for this come and !get acquainted. Donation

    February 21, and a dessert At the last business meet. February 2, the Holy Family parish CCD program: from the left, Licchncr, Frank McKissick, and Fa. sale.' is 50 cents per person.

    card party which will be held ing Pius XII Council 5131 of Women's Guild had as their front row, Father Robert Donovan ther Richard Kircher 05.13. Tallahassee Chairman of the card partyis

    Saturday February 27, at St. Petersburg exemplified the guest speaker Father Patrick --- Blessed Sacrament Mrs. Wm. A. Garvey, and
    12:30 p.m. In the social ball first degree for 14 new mem Caverly of Holy Family Tampa Orlando Jacksonville co-chairman. Mrs. Richard F.
    The Blessed I SacramentWomen's
    Mrs. Perry Moran was also bers. Those taking their first Church. Father Caverly choseas EpiphanyOn Morning star SchoolAnnouncements Blessed TrinityOur McDonald. President of the

    honored at this meeting witha degree included George A. his subject "The Ecumenical Saturday, February 13, in parish Lady of Lourdes Circleof February Guild 2. Mrs met Tuesday Charles guild, Mrs Robert D. Peterson
    and cake the Braun, John J. Jankus, Movement" explainingthat beginning at 9 there is ex-afficio chairman.
    gift on occasion Vincent p.m. bulletins at council and guild Blessed Trinity Guild will Mihahck gave a talk and demonstration
    of the 50th wedding an. Jerome F. Mayncr the Church is attemptingto will be a benefit dance at meetings, have encouraged sponsor a Mardi Gras danceon on Lenten foods. Others working on the committees
    DiFilippo Martin J. Jones, bring herself more to Jesuit High School cafetorium to make this party a
    up attendance of parishioners at February 20 at the San
    Mrs. Don Ennessey, presi.
    Robert R. Boulay, Carmen C.Zeoll date in accordance with the on 4701 North llimes. Sponsors the forthcoming show for the Soucl Club on Dean Road success are: Mrs Wm. M
    dent, reminded the women of
    St. Petersburg Anthony T, DiGiacomo, modern times in which we are members of the activities benefit of the Morning Star starting at 9 p.m. Tickets are the parish mission startingon Brink Mrs Paul P. Heilig,
    Jack L. Campl, Michael J.
    live. He compared the Church committee of the Mrs. 'Wilfred D. Kennedy
    School in Orlando. three dollars couple. Costumes -
    per Sunday. The first week is
    Ritota, George A. Bauer MIchael with its old liturgy to a beau Epiphany of Our Lord and free Mrs. Carl Meyer, Mn Martin .
    are optional for the and there will
    women
    The Women's of
    D. Carnevalc, VincentD. Auxiliary
    tiful gem in an unsuitable Church. Brick, Mrs. Anton Wurth
    Carnevale and James E. the school is sponsoring thebenefit snacks will be served be high school students avail
    Edouard C. Craig setting. There will be prizes. Musicis Mrs Lillian Bissell, Mrs
    Foley. This is one of the show on February 18 able to baby sit in the homesif
    The Holy Family Women's to be played by Stafford Eltton.St. Geo Brunswick, Mrs C. De
    CMkider Md DMrlbuttr largest classes in the historyof Arnold. Donations $1.5011er at 8 p m. in the Egyptian: necessary Vivo, Mrs Herman
    are Kuehl
    Guild will valentine
    sponsor a Ambrose There will be a l benefit
    for the Council. Itoom of the Cherry Plaza
    Mrs. Edw: J.
    person. Tickets will be Ryan, Mrs.
    social
    ice cream on Sun
    Vital M.tel.t Ceramfend On Sunday, January 31, the day, February 14 from 2 to 5 available at the door. Hotel. St. Ambrose parish famousfor show and card party on Pierre Nouet, Mrs. Frank
    shrove Tuesday, March 2 at
    Movie Ties members of the Council par. p.m. in the school. Donation Proceeds are to be used for For a two dollar donationa its traditional gopher stew Cole. Mrs. P. Washwvll, Mn.
    l7.94ft St. s.. 347-4101 ticipated in a corporate Com is 40 cents. the purchase of additional most enjoyable evening Is and chicken pilau, is sponsor. 1 p.m. in the Holiday Inn. Jacob Winch, Mrs. W. J Nye,
    Mrs Arthur Adams and
    munion at the 8:15 a.m. Mass ing its next supper on Febru. Mrs. John
    : equipment I at Epiphany: being planned for you. Tickets McCarthy Mrs.
    Circle 7 will hold a dessert ary 24, from 5 p.m. to B pm. Mrs Robert Register are cochairmen -

    school. can be purchased at Jor. Marlin Keislmg, Mrs. Jesse
    card party Saturday, February St. Ambrose, with its small The tickets will be
    Public patronage is asked. dan Marsh, Cherry Plaza Hotel Johnson, Mrs. Eileen Millett,
    J. Eel B.RandPt.sid.nt
    20, from 1 to 4 in the but active community, being one dollar.
    On Chamber of Commerceand Mrs Francis
    Wednesday, February 3, Johnson. Mrs.
    school. Donation is dol.
    one
    the has
    of it
    the Ladies Guild members at the Egyptian Itoom proud support Late Wales Louis Carsten Mrs. Romeyn
    lar. Please bring your own received in the is anticlpatmg .
    cards. For reservations call gave a dinner in the social 1 the night of the show. past Holy Spirit Utley Mrs. Virginia Bohn
    a big crowd on February -
    hall of the church marking installation Ticket chairman Mrs. Mrs. Fred Magulre Mrs.
    wtr Mrs. Joseph Mizzonl, 5250847. 24.The The Club of Catholic Women
    of new members in Frank Hart be contactedat Elizabeth Caldwell and Mrs.
    r may of Holy Spirit parish held
    Mrs. George Cole is chairman usual side attractionsat
    OPLY ILL the Guild. Twenty new members MI 44)165) its luncheon meeting last Paul Palmster
    of the
    t. Ss Nentl Washington'sbirthday were installed by Father the annual parish benefit week and 42 members were in Heads
    teen dance on Sat Philip A. Bardeck C.SSH, io4nl; Shepherd will be at the fair, Father attendance.The college
    /!. rITZIIRV.e aelrII. urday, February 20, from 8 Daniel J. has .
    Installation Cody reported
    of officers of
    ... test Lew a ede' Bit*. "IOITs pastor. annual card party was I10NV (NC) The appointment .
    to 10:30 in the
    .o4I.t t U US $ s..r.e a 7.5.1.0, uav. : p.m. school. Mrs. Francis McDermott, Good Shepherd Women'sGuild Everyone: in St. Johns held last week at the Woman's of Cistercian Father
    All teenagers are invited. ; held at the County tries to attend the
    president, congratulated the was parish Club building, Gyoergy Zempleny as the new
    K of C chaplain new members and urged church recently. Father annual I gopher stew andchlck..n Father Arthur L. Dunnigan head of the Pontifical Hungarian .
    them Charlei C. Anderson pilau supper at Moccasin .
    to participate in the officiated spoke to the women on the Ecclesiastical: Institute
    monthly Guild communionand at the ceremony Benediction Branch. For the benefit life of the late Mother Ahoy in Rome graduate school forHungarian
    HUNTINGTON: NC-Mon.
    Dine Out ( ) meetings of the !Most Blessed of newcomers, gopher stew is
    sins who had been Priests
    signer Joseph It. Crowley Rogers was con.
    editor of Our Sunday Visitor Winter ParkSt. Sacrament installation.was held after the a land delectable turtles-and dish the made fame from of Mother General of the Car firmed by the I Hungarian( rational -

    Ji Valentine'sDay national Catholic weekly pub- Margaret Mary of the Branch's annual St. melite Monastery in New assembly and he was
    A short business
    meeting In Hampshire sworn In by President 1st
    lished here has been appoint St. Margaret Mary Guild Ambrose suppers rests large. van
    the cocidl hall
    .d chaplain of Indiana Fourth has cancelled their February buffet luncheon followed served and a ly on the skill with which local Tarpon Springs
    was by
    Degree Knights of Columbus. 18 meeting so the women can the out-going officers. cooks make and serve M. j ignatiu Dobl.CLEARWATER
    : attend the benefit show for this unusual dish
    Father William II Neuhaushas
    Holy Name Church Morning Star School, Orlando. On Holy Name Sunday. February
    ''
    announced that
    the an.
    14. following the 8o'clock
    Their regular meeting will be Gulfport .
    Mueller's Mass, the fathers and nual pre lenten festival of St.
    Eugene JACKSON'SSHOES held on February 25.
    Cameo Dining Room sons if the Good Shepherd Holy Name Ignatius Church, the "Fast- Betty K. O'Brien

    Church Holy Name Societywill On Friday February 19 at nachtfest." will be an event
    ...1.... DANIEL T. WINTER I CO.Hospit.t. & Company
    s..... ....1.. enjoy breakfast together. 8 p m, the Holy Name Men's of Sunday February 28. Delicious 1M !.... .... n..a use
    : JAMES HOTEL DON BARDELLA ; School Bonds Guest speaker will be Ken Club will senior) a special home style baked ham MtTt4L rtIWTIN

    O EDWARD 403 Florida Thtatre Bldg. Hurkhart ex.major leaguerand "guent game" In the social dinner will be served in the K. M4 IUIMX

    D.M.l.tl rhr..l ..f..., ca./. n1 MIIII'' St. p.t.rsburgPhon. currently a major league hall of the Holy Name Church parish hall from 1 to C p,m.
    .... ..,..
    Chl: .I.!
    D.II.I.M c..,.... 1..1.IM. ....... (41 Centrd Av, 'U.I)" 162-0381 umpire. 5824 15th Avenue South. Gulf-
    IBB BEIMAN. ria.. port The proceeds will be
    1I7M Gmlf HlTd'Tr.." r. 1.U.4 Ml-Utl St. James used to benefit the children's SKYCREST PHARMACY

    A social evening for all the library in the new school 1U03: DREW STREET

    men of the parish Is t being Holy Name Women's Club For Free Delivery Service Call 442.3129
    held Sunday evening, February will hold its annual
    spring
    Bring the Family 9AM-7PM.: Emergency Phone 445 57'12:
    4 14 at t o'clock In the card party in the social hall

    Serving Continuously! V (lubroorn/ of St.. James School. on Wednesday. February 24
    All the men of the pariah are 7
    11:30 A.M. to 9:30: P.M. at pm
    ON NEW invited by Holy Name Societyto For reservations please SAVE 40 TO 60%/ ON

    LUNCH L\'S attend and be their ftwtU. rail Mrs Robert Cavanaugh, WOMEN'S FAMOUS BRAND SPORTSWEAR

    95'-$1,50' CAR LOANS An enjoyable evening an04gl.t.toJl.thrr chairman, :3445133. Donation 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU

    has been promised is 75 rents
    DINNER under the chairman' p SPORTSWEAR OUTLET

    $1.55 $3.95 THE NATIONAL BANKOF of Hill I Buning net,......
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    ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA orients wiU be served Speakers 047 W. KENNEDY BLVD. TAMPA

    Children's Plate 53* 100 TYRONE BLVD. 'th AVENUE NORTH for the evening will t* ( AND
    M.mb.r" F.D.l.C. Louis Grlffing president of eeee
    NITE OWL MENU GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING BANKATTENTION St James f Holy Name Society THE TOWEL SHOPPE

    AFTER Frank Cilento. past president 4 MILES NORTH
    9:30 P.M. of the diocesan Holy Name OF CLEARWATER
    : activity and .Father Terence /e } ON U.S. l 19 NO.SARASOTABRADENTQN.

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    0 director of the society

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    J a111 1 0 When{ you cant fet Health Insurance be* officers would like to

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    TODAY sow the evening's get.together ifit OOylItrr Sar

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    Three The norMa Catholic FrlJay Feb. I!, l00s

    Priest-expert on Russia
    says
    Rebels kill SuperiorMissionaries


    atheists step up war on religion

    fell of
    CINCINNATI (NC)-A Priest who spent 24 jean behind old grandmother" if anyone

    the iron curtain said communist Russia is intensify challenges them

    trig its war against religion, despite reports of a softer The entered Pennsylvania Russia voluntarily-born Jesuit Congo jungle escapeVATICAN

    approach. to ,,'orklith slave laborers
    ucational programs, and with we CITY (NO)-"The !green catacombs" -
    Father Walter J Cluck their and was imprisoned for U re
    S.J., whose Faith saved him people."God years, that the way three Missionary Servant of the Poor

    from despair and suicide in In Ills divine providence I. __ described the)jungles of the Congo while relating theirrecaps

    Siberian prisons told the men is Interfering ith their from Congolese ter
    of Milford, a layman retreat system," he said. Florida rorists. The Priests told of the

    organization that "the rom.rnunistl' When the rebel "rimbaa"arrived death of their order's superior
    Soviet leaders are counting general, lather Francesco!
    47 at the Catholic
    years of mission
    propa on Russian youth to make reportsDaytona .Spoto! 35 who had gone tG
    ganda in Elirlnghe the 1
    against religion has principal
    atheism work he
    eventually the
    been a failure" 1 village: of about 40 tillagesscattered longo last summer.
    said Beach
    Recognition of the failure "A child's first words in r through the junglesof Captured in Diringhe. ha
    Kof CThe yw the" northern Congo, the was beaten and ill treated
    came last January he said, Russia are apt to be, 'Commu. \
    Florida Knights of Columbus I three Priests sought refuge In until villagers revolted anti
    when '
    the ltl
    ministry of cult decreed nism is truth, or 'There U
    that "every person in no God he said plan a state convention / the jungle where they were" liberated: him, lie died of his
    in Peach this ik"4 IyI sheltered and fed by natnes.
    Russia young and old teacher Even communist party lead. Daytona Injuries on December 27 with
    and worker, must be indoctrinated ers often maintain some year, May 15-18, Headquarters On Ikr'ember 3 they were three" missionaries kneeling at
    methodically and traces of religious conviction will be the Voyager caught and threatened lie- his side. lie was' buried in the

    scientifically in atheism." Father Ciszek said. He said Motel\ leased upon the arrival of RON. jungle under a cross bearing
    According to John DiVito eminent troops the" mission no name.
    of them religious
    "They keep
    religion full are force going" he against said ikons many in their homes pretend was state selected deputy Daytona because Beach of the Card party benefit in LakelandFather aries when again the simbas took to returned the Jungle Since the f1'111.I'Ore determined
    to kill them, the mivsionanes
    "though you won't find a word ing that they belong to "my
    areas great popularity and
    about this in their newspapers Defines 'nurse' its many attractions DAito, William J, O}' rrt'll. pastor, ary 18 at 8 p.m. are, from left stand Congo with escaped the help front of yountfnatives the

    HICIIITNC(: ) Bishop meeting with the Daytona is counting on a large attendance at ing, Mrs. Otto Skokan, the" pastor, Board meeting set who took (them by

    They are determined to Leo C Byrne has defined the Beach Council Officers stated the forthcoming benefit,* given by the Mrs. Nick Pol if rone. Mrs I'II ward bicycle to the Uganda frontier .

    eradicate the remnants of( religion Catholic nurse "one who that this will be the first time Catholic Womcn'a Club for the pariahof Kerach, Mrs. Norman Curran and Mrs. for West Coast they said.

    In Russia." combines professional excellence the convention will be held St Joseph in Lakeland Girl Scoutsare James Wells Scouts are, from It'ft. When they left the area
    lliltNII41YThe I Women'sClub
    with spiritual excellence here The deciding factor was the Sheila Hall Dorothy Dojle and Friar- where hod!
    Father Claret released In the growth and performance helping comjwttee Among of the Church of the Na- they established
    to sanctify herself and Christianize those" the card the McQueen. schools and baptized thou
    October planning party at en
    1963 is convincedthat record of Council! 543: : tl'lty111 act as hostesses for
    "God is working in Russia. society ounded in May, 13 your new Lakeland Qvic CE liter on Fcbru- the forthcoming spring board sands of persons In the pre-
    Speaking before the Diocesan \lous six the
    years mhsionv' *
    and interfering with the council has been awarded marling of thee. t Coast
    Council of Catholic cries said the cried
    natives
    soviet program every citation for excellence Deanery of the !it. August: InaiMiKesan :
    Nurses here Wichita's apostolic Coming \\lthont you we will a an
    events !;
    "We all know of the troubles administrator told 200 both in your spiritual acti'I.tlt'I o 8 Couikil of Catholic bctome like animals "

    they have with their economic nurses "Your lay apostolateis as well as your civic .. ... .. .. ., U(omen
    TAU *.IIn' II. ?"Pore ftt *<-{ l U. int. mil wnI The three who arrived at
    agricultural and ed- duties This convention Is .. The meeting Mill be held onFibtuary
    ..
    nursing Specifically in our .f ton thu' MrN tnurwt. *d"n.ml at niultr mwtli tIU > the order's Rome
    jjcnrralata(
    then another acknowledgmentof 5..Ilnyd. 18 at the Brandon
    age which history will describe 4
    on February are Father
    as the age of the laity your" work during the Card party February n: Dessert card party. February St Augustine December 8. leisure House( on South 1'ar- Prospero Sanfillppo, the

    JACKSONVILLE199 the Catholic nurse must be a )'far. 1 30 p m, St. Peter parli.h 20, 1 to 4 p m, Holy Family Eucharistic Congress, st. sons Itoad first signal light founder of the Congo mission,
    Council Grand
    Bob Canter tIO
    shining symbol of both the hall IVLand Madonna Cuvcle. School, St. Petersburg Augustine February 20, IJMtI : on after leaving Tampa; and lather Ituggero Honiti(
    I'arsons ItoailiA .
    Church and the cursing profession Knight was appointed general sponsor Circle 7 of \\omens Guild, I Dedication! of Votive turn right on and Father Itosarln Mangl-

    M. rA.wMCOPIO"CA4 ," chairman and he has Dessert card party Fl'blt. IpOnMlr. Church, Mission of Nombre de ( 30 a m, coffee and rollsw lone, who" went to the Congo
    named a large committee .111 be served and, 10 ,
    ary W,1 p m, St. Joseph perish Teen dance, February :30! Dins st. Augustine April 17, at a m in 1'til! All are from Sicily
    ftml AtUntie Monument Co.IronsGraniteMdrW.. St. Leo hall, :335 Lakevlew South 8 to 10:30 p m.. Holy Family \ there will be a business session
    .
    Abbot Marion Bowman M Petersburg Worn.I s School, St. Petersburg Women IMiWomen's
    ** rn M..wM- irr 0 S B., abbot of Saint Leo. Guild sponsor 'i Guild, sponsor. board The. spring<< deanery meeting Daytona Beach
    .. *4mp .fT U O.ln..l c, 111sr.A. r.-... 1t'1for Sumampa Santiago Dance, February U, I.... 7 will beheld at St. Io Col.
    I..1 Card 24
    Uu.OU-ln>umw....U bx.luJottph ... del Cstero Argentina February ginning at 9 p m. Jesuit Hi fh; party February plans to moot lege on March 23 The San
    social hall of
    rkm It 1 4tlUk < pm, Holy
    t.4..n., Mqr. .. ....f f..._ B .! CJACWONVUII 7, to confer with the School cafetonum, Tarn)ia, Name (hurch, Gulf port Officers of the St. Augustine Antonio Women's Club are
    353.7419 making plans for a most Interesting fro ... ...
    II five Saint Leo missionarieswho activities committee of prph-- Women's Club sponsor Deanery' Council of the 1 Diocesan Cwt
    234 W. Fertytli St. left here May 10. 3963. to any of Our Lord Church, fjonsor flI1l1er-lophtr!: stew and Council of Catholic W'omen day .........

    r i establish a foundation, The will attend board LLOYD
    a meeting COX
    chicken pilau February 24,
    ..... / .. "--"" W
    Abbot will spend approximately Dessert card I rb-
    party & to I pm. St Ambrose par. on February 14/ at St'In.
    .)R I'DeA1'0,0'a' ThunderbirdtHTAUtAHr I three weeks with his ruary 13, 1':30 to 420: pirn ish. Flkton cent's Hospital auditorium A Must Reading For Off.c. Sup pUN

    monks K of C ball 1700 Central Avenue. Dessert card party February / Jacksonville with Father CL J 1471 .

    =7t.Mueeal. In speaking of the Benedictine St. Petersburg, La>les 24 12 to 4 p m., Anchorage James Edwards: as spiritual Every Catholic. Ile Moll la.* Slr. ....
    StrVfof D tc it venture in South America of the Knights of CoIumJms, Club of Maximo Moor moderator

    \ the Abbot said 'If we sponsor Inn, filmed Trinity Women A film on parliamentary REBEL BISHOP
    STEAKS are to make a real contribution forty I hours Devotions, Hen-/ will be followed
    s Club of St Petersburg, procedure bya \,\,\" """-w Sowing Machines
    SEAFOODS to the growth and de- ruary 14, 12'IS pm., to Ifeb-' sponsor panel discussion on Know

    BSVMIM ve'ipment: of the people of ruary 16, 7 :30 pm., Blessed Dessert card party Feb./ \O\IT Council" Panelists will Vacuum Cleaners

    STEAKS God in this area, we must Trinity SU I'rtersburg ruary 24, 7 p m. Holy Name .be Mrs L t:. Jooi, Mrs Cyril S.nlce! and Ports
    .... ... find some way to attract na- and Mrs. George
    e./ y..4aL parish social hall Gulfport, Sedding On All t.4..U.
    1.1111 live vocations This may" takea !Smorgasbord rbl'1lar.Yf 14. fur reservations, call 344.MKIVswrt : Cull FREE Pickup and Delivery
    generation or two 41. 7 p m., parish !ball .* All card party February Umi heon' at III m, will precede
    Abbot Marion said that in Souls t Church .Sinford' Wlora- 35. Church of the F'plph- a tour of the Nurses' C&C Sew-Vac

    spite of the hardships' "and ,.'1 Club, sponsor any social hall Port Orange, Home. Mrs. A. A. hey,., St
    :
    EASTERLING what Is work and 714 N, R.JooJ
    .PHA'RMACV; missionary '
    Augustine" will IM
    W omen i Club, sponsor presiding
    pioneering! but hardship Ire rream social February officer Jolt North of Males
    111./4111.1 r..4 tarT111. 11.111U "e've done a whole lot in 14. 2 to S pm. (Holy rrmily Festival, February 28 and
    .... t..41 11..eM ,._ ...__... !School .M Petersburg Mom :2ft! Our Lady, of Ixmrdei park. Dial 255.7374
    I_ e"... I.' ......., ..._ .., /N. ..., Sumampa But of course If Melbourne Women'sCton.
    1111 .,...... a"4. .. ...1s4. Nr11all. Its to become permanent en s Guild, sponsorSmorgaibord 14 let. TV rpT'IS 11'.1 <<

    .a..tasrera..- ... ....... M_.wwyr T", ..11 some way to make a living February. 14, Mardi. sponsor Gras dance February 1 ?_ .*....... My4e.www|
    must be found well .'lend J. Trsd..l'eDaytona
    a* as away .
    4 to 7 pm pariah hull of 27 lakewood Country IT" '.T4'L'J' 111SI

    t)1I1'; to' attract native veca- Queen. of Peace Church? New (tub. St Petersburg, > p m 1"1'41I.1n: Ire Moving & Storage Co. 3

    IVt Hrhey. ary.Al&.1I' foot to 1 am. Mt'n'l Club of 1\-../. TV' P1w.no1 I tl' W... Agents ALLIED: \'At-lIJNtB. iNCa
    San Antonio ,,,,,, spunnrCard IUeed Trinity sponsor P1TT01A' 1iElAtDH :

    M. AnthonyThe party, February 16, Card party, February 27. II ... 4'urrb.lt-CI. 711)1 MO ... 11,4.-MM 4WT
    St Anthony's_ t1'o.an's 13u pro church tall of 12 30 p m, social hall ofTraiMfttfwrattM INCOME TAXSERVICE

    C..b of San Antonio spunacrrd |.:.tfft..ny p.rUh..1 Ct Church. St

    a day" recollection for Guild, 'i1OMOf.IIfo.lIt I',tt'fthwrcomrn'. Guild,

    the spiritual benefit of wen- show, Irhmrtry" II. '|.NMttfFestival. How.rd/,Turner i A..oti;.tr KAY'S RESTAURANT

    en In the area on Uedneed. .y, I p m., .'I'ptl.. Itoim af February 38! Tar 144 Moron A... 235.4254WOODS NEWLY ENLARGED a REDECORATED

    wtit iMiftM tt r artttswvtu January 27 ApproilmatelyCO Cherry lilts Hotel (hdlndo.MOf1I.C Inn Springs. ham dinner I In ALA-CAKTE ."d FULL COURSE DINNERS
    / from San Antonio, a p m St. IgnaUtt cbur h
    women Mir Srhool ,. ,rDta'sAitlUary
    Richard (Leffr) L.st.e J.m 'hortyl L.ft9 haU HOMEMADE PASTRIES FREE PARKING
    St Dade attended
    Joaeph'and City ,
    tn< event which, beganat sponsor Benefit" show and! card 714 MAIN STREET- I HOCKS WEST OF PIER

    I ISam Dinner. February 3ft 420 party March 2. i p m, Holt
    You .1 Cl. Air...ncWs INTERESTin The program included 2 to 7 30 pm Degarj Fire day Inn. Tall.hau..l'1 Fw.l Oil Company, Inc.
    YOUR '<
    period. a rotary proresmn *- Knrtrty Joint sponsor,' roent pariah spunaorDrdtrallo Phone 2S2,IS22
    confessions, and was suet game IrtxlJrry' 19, .f lewerliifCross Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons
    DEACH BOULEVARD I social' hail of Italy"
    concluded with p m.
    a dialogue
    .. September I, Minionf Reg:.....4 J.-, es'

    Mtl=.=".:::.....-M.,1AM Ls laps fJ-J Mass Father at U Frnett s m Schultz Name MM Club Chnrrti, s|..n Uulffort...... .Sombre d. Dlos/ M .lugs... YMcomtPRINTING Trav.I.n CL 2.7112 Am.ek.e G.? s..:.., |22 N. lleeJ'Sf.l1lweq .

    Oslo of St Anthony parish Mardi Gras dears fenrv- tine.Led.catun. fvnitufePnet1
    ERICANP/ :30: 9 5.1 !Souls tN '..i. SpeTehtelleft.
    i
    conducted the sen H'fl.u" ary pm. of Cathedral (Ii!
    Club, JarksontiUe Oar Lady .. W,1tt It.. Ct'We D.i.iiWiewv.a
    ",,,,u,,,,,,,, "'" IJeminuw
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    (. *.. /M1 AM 11.S of Lourdes (ucle' ftf Illessed
    _._ ..... Voss AP Trinity GUild. sponsor Mark weekMMI.SOKufUMtar ttgls..y: 1-Ot-4 ....1.
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    Square danre r'ebi bare 30I press ;1 LDBFATIMA !

    AMERICAN( aJ ) ifrt to 11 pm Heal ball of \
    ItI'et.r.uurg
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    Transfiguration par A a '
    : .. ditial franUM of Manila lift 0 :,
    aside January. 24 to :30) aCatnolsr Letter PrtM ."d Off lilt

    a el, press week lot' thanMiarete C.
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    It's our Pleasure T\.i,.... [orgy ,- -
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    to serve you . --.' ,.... of the Catnniic press in c: QN

    And our Response: + lit(.... 1t" the molding of a C atholr mind nOME& L\t\\\ \ I

    to serve WELl! J 'L cannot tip ovoro urotod !its t)
    you -
    Catholic press dnee not urn ".... em4 31.. 1... Pee4I
    Hold George \Washington brus fee ta. truth andt
    pty .. I ,),t. '1 II '.M. SHIUNESOF
    ,.i tie RELIGIOUS !BOOK b e .nereeaery sftformeli'mtkfovfh I kL\VJ\ i
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    w. ..e .... J....... '10 aria an the f.4a besides e O.W IJe.J.ye EunOPE j
    IMI' I I. c..lftt JACKSONVILLE Excellent Food 114,1...' a./l/ll... presenting, ss srmaJl pictureof w
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    The Life of Our lard God's world



    Catholic CommentSupport Jesus learned in Nazarethto Raise your use of good influence. .

    -
    We shrink back from the
    use language AramaicTHE IT is seldom now that I smell uniqueness of making visible]

    your Catholic Charities the fragrance of homemade our love for God. Like the

    Gospels give us no trie- bread being baked. In denizens of the forest 'A t

    about the life of tine Father! tend to take on the
    childhood this fragrance was protective
    our diocesan Catholic care of locally. Our Catholic Charitiesis
    WITHOUT Holy Family should
    ; we love' coloration of our surround,
    It would be part of a national network which at least a weekly occurrenceand Leo J.
    impossible to have them but we do rapt ings. Far too often it happen

    for a Priest to be all things to all men. provides facilities for nearly every actually need them. We kmj it was a moment of pure Tl'flev.de that a Catholic, by even

    Many persons coming to the parish need.No that Jesus was God the Son, Frank J. i ecstasy when I would bite measurable evidence, is tout..

    Priests need more than consolation one knows when they will need born into our humanity; that Sheedthem !! into a warm crust fresh from ly indistinguishable from the

    they need the help that only our Cath the special services of Catholic Charities. Mary His Mother was conceived the oven. other members of any groupof

    olic Charities can provide.A But this much we know: every immaculate Him virginally and; conceived that! At the time I did not know which he is a part.

    childless couple longing for a parish needs Catholic Charities. Every Joseph the husband with how much trouble God had The customary evaluationof

    child needs the assistance of a qualified Catholic in the Diocese should want to whom she lived vlrginallvi, gone to In order to provide' the universe and to win a person's status as a

    adoption agency. Catholic Charities be a part of Catholic Charities. The was a saint. There is more in ine with this ilmple pleaiure. to Christ the inhabitants of Catholic always has been his

    Bureaus provide this service. For the work it does is the work of Christ. that handful of truths than w b and later by the boy I did not know that yeast distant However planets., it is quite point. with attendance observance at Sunday of Friday Mass.

    who bears shall ever exhaust; there is.: Jesus was the Aramaic of Is made of a mass of living
    parent the cross of raisinga The mark of the Catholic ChurchIn up less for us to speculate upon abstinence and occasional reception
    endless refreshment for the) Galilee, it was as strongly cells which busily to workon
    physically the first centuries mark of go what of the
    handicapped child our was a mind in into such uncertain goals sacraments at
    thinking deeper !
    accentas
    with its
    marked
    own in the
    Catholic Charities provides Morning love: "See how these Christians love them; it would be no great, any local speech in Ameri- mix the to carbohydrates manufacture carbon matters right now is that you reinforcing proof. "Why, he'i
    Star Schools to the burden another." This mark continues to and I be living, dynamic cells at Mass every Sunday''"
    lighten by one enrichment to know that the \\.1 ca today Jews everywhere dioxide and alcohol. I did not
    \ whichwe
    specialized training and education for exemplify the true Church; there is Holy Family had a cat. J i',+' would know them for Gali know that the fragrance of In the environment and in have usually is sufficient to settle]

    the handicapped. Catholic Charities no greater exemplification than our Yet God did become man, leans, as Americans everywhere the baking process resulted presently move divldual's any argument orthodoxy.as to an in.
    being.
    provides homes for children of broken Catholic Charities and anything we can know of recognise the man from the burning off of these our

    families. When special problems of delinquency While hundreds of people turn to the life lie lived as man Is from Maine or the deep South chemicals and that it was the The question for each of us There can be no question ai
    as the servant girl in Jcrusa- carbon dioxide passing to ask ourselves is: to the importance of Sunday
    arrive, our Catholic Chart- Catholic Charities every day for help, precious. j Mass To offer our love
    | lem recognised Peter when the which and
    through dough
    ties counselors are always available. our Catholic Charities turns to us only Let us glance briefly at the : Our Lord was on trial for His the bread its lightness gave and "Am I, at this moment and adoration to God in union

    Our Catholic Charities provides homes one day a year for help. place where lie grew through We. texture. I was content merelyto habitually, an active radiant with Jesus in the Mass is an

    and medical care for unfortunate unwed Your gift to Catholic Charities en. boyhood to manhood. Naza Provincial accents eat and rejoice. cell of Chrlstlikeness in my essential duty of our member

    mothers. There are special cases ables your parish Priest to be all thingsto reth was a village utterly unimportant some we admire, some vary we Not many of today's children home, my neighborhood and ship in Christ's Mystical

    In every parish that cannot be taken all men. not even men smile at. The Galilean was of have the opportunity to my community Is my own Body However the real test
    tioned in the Old Testament small bit of the world, my of our Christian yeastiness is
    '
    The of watch small roll of dough
    this latter sort. men a "
    but surrounded his. own "morsel of dough, the not to be found in our
    by places mere
    Sacred Judea: mocked it, very much raise and expand until it completely '"
    Scripture torically important and of better for my being in it physical presence at Sunday
    African fills the bread
    las St. Augustine's ac. pan. .
    great natural beauty. If we love God and are imbued Mass
    his Italian friends
    caused
    I cent
    Fifteen miles! to the East It Is we oldsters who ran with the spirit of Christ,
    Goc/'s/ care for His little ones told was one of the most beautiful Jto.superbly.mock the Latin he used so brut appreciate our Lord's it does seem that we ought to It is to be sought In the extent
    which
    to
    lakes in the world (Matthew simile In which He compares stand out in any circumstances we line our

    calls it the Sea of Galilee synagogue services, a Ills Kingdom to yeast which as attractive and Mass our vletlmhsid. ,
    'V our traditional arrangement though( it might appear so.
    I Luke the Lake of Genesareth bIn of the congregation "a woman took and burled In lovable persons throughout the week.
    of the book of psalmswe No, the love of the Father extends .
    also, and especially, to John the Sea of Tiberias): give an explanation of three measures of flour, until If wt are gentle and considerate Let us Imagine ourselves In
    occasionally come across children of His Our Lord would one day walk tone of the Scripture passages all of it was leavened." in our approach to the company of two .
    those
    persons
    a psalm which was originallytwo Father poor upon it. Very close to Nazareth Just read: in Judea, Galll ansI others cheerful and quick to
    who are buffeted by life'scruel Jesus envisions His Kingdom One person is habitually:

    distinct Thabor the were discouraged from givitig smile, chaste and charitablein
    quite poems rather was Mountof I selfish and
    John vicissitudes: "T h e grumpy incon
    His
    Church
    as a com
    J.l it. to have the self. ,
    congrf'la.U'ln conversation, forgetful
    arbitrarily joined Into the Transfiguration be.
    Lord keeps the little ones; I ; siderate. The other is friendly
    pacted unit of living cells
    one. Such was the case with Cutelot brought low and he tween the village and the 1+ giggling would not have generous with our help when! kind and thoughtful
    If
    was
    you and I are the cells)
    psalm 113 which was the subject nearby Mediterranean was Lien seemly. help is needed who could
    saved me. which will and you had to make the choice,
    penetrate
    of our last two articles. Mount Carmel with its mem- permeate fail to notice us, who could
    The second of the Galilee have noted which would
    part : we was the world, to convert you identify as
    Today we have to deal with psalm continues! this theme. cries of Elias. Hit richest part of Palestine, and sanctify the world and to fail to be drawn at leant a being Christ's own, alive and

    a situation which is quite the The psalmist reasserts his Galilee differed from Judea 'Kith fertile! loll and a lake raise it Godward Perhaps shade closer to Him whose active ,cell in God's leavening

    opposite.For death. He describes his des. faith and recalls that even and Samaria In two ways.It Iteming with fish. But the Christ's vision extends beyond agents wt aretl'nfortunatf'ly. process.

    psalms HI and ItS perate situation and his unfailing when his case seemed hope. Wealth was' not for the mass this world. It may be many of ns And which of the two,

    seem to have been originallya faith in the first i less he did not give up hope. was richer it contained of Galileans. that the leaven is destined in seem to lack the courage to would you say, most closely

    single composition. Their stanza: "1 love the Lord be. And again he pours out his a greater mixture of races; of land worked eons still unforseen, to per- be coniplcloui for Christ. resembles yourself?
    The patches
    cause he has heard my voicein gratitude. the first would not make
    __
    literary I and psychological by the rented
    supplication because he much difference to a carpenter peasants were
    unity practically force us to has inclined his ear to me the So expressive are his words and his family, since the talon< absentee landlords, living Cardinal Alfrinlt

    this conclusion. day I called." that they have been Incorporated wealth would not have flowed mainly in or near Jerusalem

    he Into our Eucharistic lit. their way, but the second ; by the time rent had
    And so we shall consider In the second stanza
    them as one, but for convenience' sings God's praises for having urgy. could not fail to affect themif txkn paid to the owner, tithes Warns against unfair criticismBernard i
    tel the taxes the
    sake we shall keep the heard his prayer. One As the succeeding verses only in their speech and Temple, to

    numbering of our Catholic verse is especially touching. show, this "cup of salvation"was their attitude to foreigners I Ite the l nan and local authorities, Cardinal Alfrink will consider his decisions archy that will meet at Romeat
    Judea was inhabited almost tenant! had so little left of Utrecht has warned with respect
    psalter ( Catholic edltions the wine which was consumed regular intervals! to discuss ;
    print them as one, and It speaks of God's; rare for In the course of a sacrifice entirely by Jews Samaria by that one marvels how the unskilled against unfair criticism of the Cardinal Alfrink also stated the general: problems

    in these editions they are Ills little ones, Ills poor, Ills of thanksgiving for the Samaritans, Hut Galilee hada labourer, who worked ecumenical! council, the Roman : that are of importance for

    known as psalm 116)). apparently Insignificant( errstures. salvation which God had sent great many Gentiles; fort!him, could be any poorer. curia and Pope Paul VI the whole Church."

    No creature Is Insignificant : to the psalmist. Not content though the countryside was T\iere\ was a vast fishing The Cardinal said in an address "The Pope censtaatly Cardinal Alfrink asked for
    This psalm is a stirring In the of the makes two points-first, the
    eyes In\
    ;
    with private, personal acts of mainly Jewish the towns try centered on the lake; to Catholic students in a spirit of mutual Christian
    of thanksgiving.The of the Creator.It Internationalization of the
    song _
    eyes
    gratitude, he vowed to Invite were largely Gentile along its shores fish were Delft, The Netherlands: charity in the Church and
    curia and the
    psalmist, critically ill, Is not only the rich, the his friends to a formal Herod's Sepphorls, only four IIId 1 and cured and export of, second formation warned against the tendency
    of
    railed upon God to save him powerful the mighty: who are thanksgiving offering in the miles from Nazareth was almost ed in great qu.ntltiu-you "I17E had better stop a college Blthops. to discuss the problems of the

    from what was almost certain the object of divine favor Temple. wholly so. cou'd' have bought dried fish YY discussing the Ro "Certain Bishops will be Church in an emotional and

    The Gentiles were of many from Galilee in Rome But man curia In a denigrating! selected from the world hier even aggressive, way.
    races, but Greek was the second the profits were not for the manner particularly if we do

    Father MIchael V. GormenMeift language of all of them. fishermen not have any personal experience
    Collegiality explainedin
    There are scholars who think
    *f Ntmbr Da Dies that most Galileans could Joseph, as a carpenter (concerning it). If
    way not In the grinding we create! the impression that

    converse in their in own Greek Aramaic as well(the as o< s tiller of the sol) poser.ly or the the whole curia is an agglomeration curia prelate's writing
    of human
    qneat chapteRs in language! of Palestine, akin to lake ;fisherman and shortcomings, errors
    we
    Hebrew, somewhat as Eng 1ty"sour standards the poverty as much as if we exaggerate present ROMK: (NC)-The word "college" of Bishops used In

    f loniai catholic hiStORY fish is to German). oJB.the; Holy Family might! the curia as a group of the ecumenical! council's Constitution on the Church does

    It seems altogether likely seem! almost destitution, but saints and angels." not imply the Juridical concept of a group of equal members
    not tq standard known In
    that Mary and could any "
    Joseph
    "It Is clear he
    continued Metro
    Archbishop Partnte of the

    .. Chapter 79BISHOP King Charles III had expect- tine In June, 1789, and tee speak Greek, and did so when GalU
    ' Cyril remained at ed. years later In February, talking to Onllles or doing they! almost crrtallnly understandable resistance, is of the Holy Office called an "explanatory note"stressing
    such shopping could be haM i a cat there Is not one has affirmed here.In .
    throughthe 1791 he began a similar ii determined to give shape to the primacy of the

    winter. His census of the One reason, Cyril saw, why \lsltatlon of the parish at done only in Sepphorls. cat Testament mentioned, or the In New the Old for the Idea of colleglality. a recent article published Pope as a member of the o':
    the English residents did not
    East Florida a population come over to the traditional I'ensacola.! If the language! spoken by that matter.) "We must not obstruct him In the Catholic fortnightly, of Bishops which was
    shows that there
    altogether
    were faith of the Spaniards was There 572 souls could be by giving the impression that Citta Nuova, Archbishop Par- read to the council Fathers
    : 1078 white men, women (counted 292 of them white. we do not fully recognize hisprlm.ry ente wrote (November 16)) as the orderof
    and children In the the failure of the Crown to Question boxConsecrations that "the word "
    provoInce. Of the Negroes, 114 and by presenting "superior authority.
    were
    Of this number 298 provide Priests and suppliesfor 'college' has become for
    former British the three Anglo-American Catholic 151 Protestant. The the curia as a concentrationof The note was prepared by
    were subjects.By some people
    a
    capital of Vest Florida was differ slyness, lust for power, magic one
    1789 only ninety-eight of parishes that had been pro. from which conceals mysterious the council's theological rra-
    falseness and
    still small frontier settlement mean machinations
    only a
    jected for the northern districti. minion 'liked
    and the
    the English residents had ," and i insidious meanings," Pope
    been converted to the Catholic The Bishop appealed to mostly in ruinous The It," Archbishop Parrnte sail
    religion. the king for this assistance condition, except for a few dedications and blessings C.rdlnllUrtnk added i prelate stressed that
    but, again nothing was done elegant houses, one tavern "to avoid equivocations in th. But the prelate added that

    Thereafter, the conversionrate about it.BiihopCvrllleft. and the store of Piston Leslie Q. There II a dispute about Judgirut1 by our own area, "We are dealing today with text of the Constitution (on the note, which Is not par

    would be about twenty a Company which was selling, the consecration of a church. most Vther churches are two legitimate visions of the the Church) It Is quite clear of the constitution and therefore -

    a year never as numerous! as St. Augus- one traveler! complained, at simply Meued For Church. Roth have the rightof that as the apostolic college was not object of a cote
    Some claim (that all practical
    churchesare
    five hundred per cent profit. there is little dif expression! and they now included! the apostles with "does not add anything substantial

    M. J. Murray The state of religion in the consecrated when they ferenee44 purposes Consecration' Is a are confronting each other In Peter!' as their head, so the to the text of the constitution

    town was apparently no bet are out or f debt. Is this true? more snlemn ceremony De the ecumenical council. A episcopal college Includes ." The note, he said,

    ter. 'renrhspflklng parish- What Is the difference between d I le a tlon Is accomplishedeither high point in this crisis in the with necessarily all Bishops along remains as a clarifying document

    Strange but true loners had not confessed theirsins the dedication of a by blessing or by conseaatl'Hj Church was reached in the head the of the Roman Pontiff, the written by the same

    for as long as five years church, which Is always required last week of the third session of the whole college itself!'' and commissioner which. prepared

    Copyright 1965, NCWC News Service since the sole Priest in the and the consecration of the ecumenical council Church the test of the const.ts-

    town Father Esteban Valorlo of a church which Is not. It q. I am 71 yean old and "Th. Church is not a democracy Therefore the episcopal ton and was approved by the

    r r j tV\ did not know the has been said that there are have revived the sacraments and the council Is not college indertUmd !II this Pop.

    r a language.The only a few churches in the regularly for years. I always a democratic parliament way embodies the dutch's

    e : d year! before Bishop I'nlted Stales which are con made a good confession, but where decisions are made hierarchy with the porn be.

    Crll's arrival, only seven secrated. suddenly something I did In only by a majority of votes stoned upon" her by (Brine Ucontinue ," Florid
    11' my early teen came to mind. Hit <<
    Catholics received Communion
    Holy redeeming .
    '
    It l 1 eW A A Church Is dedicated to I can't Armemher If I ever "The Church has both a this," c-
    the Easter Bishop Partite
    during |
    said
    . which the worship of God and mad confuted it. What should I moaarchUUc aid a collegial! Lathouc i
    season was one of the
    a sacred place, either by consecration do? character The prelate emphasized!
    Jf1 grave precepts of the Church.Oril .
    to thltsl.nty or a blessing. All "The struggle In the last that 'there Is a communion
    saw it personally cathedral churches A. The J jbeit thing would be of sacred
    more parishionerssatisfied should be to forget U, if you can. It was week of the recent session authority which is e.wia 4 ....e ,....,
    and perionined in
    consecrated the law Peter
    (
    Wr this obligation during ( forgiven bendy 60 was not a collision of the Pop as the rl..el.a raeaelac repass'.
    / urges that parish churchesshould years ado. with the head and la the apo Ues as roo .., sax eta: tawUe
    the period of his visita But if no -worry like this has rest of the college of :
    the
    AS also be consecratedif members of a sole ,... .
    :
    organ r..W' M.
    tion. Bishops nor a ratutmn between
    5'is c.rae oee.evaoPS possible troubled ,'UII In the past, andif the Pope and the Such authority perseveres ....... ,-. .....

    Air was A. A.elr, Jot SHOFARee Except for Ms! failure to Canon Law makes no ex.pliclt this orx-i keeps on bothering of the ma- within the episcopal college .."-1..... tm I' I A. .K.
    suet arc rwruer.so..r. you, then might for Jorlty Bishops. It *asrather ., ..._
    : ,
    >you> rout (the ,
    4M5ARliQN. learn found Bishops and r..r. :r
    es ero French, Cjrll no UM Oise
    ale rear ow ucawr ,., ,unn.en ..co ar ,,.e Aq v LAND requirement that a o-o peace of mind- simply a meeting or possibly "But Pope I .
    ,
    Or sell III eau AUOGAno, $ wme l..Af4N1D wvI egt4? IWe qre cause (for criticizing Father Church must be out of debt mention t in confession, tell a collision of two views on the he messed "10 far 1%. e'h..... 1"- Ie .._
    .cAs.cr Owe MN.a 1.ferurnra assts q ea QtD rrrrrl..rM. "alorlo, who seemed to belaboring before it is consecrated; the Priest ttl( has Church the motiarchisUc one as the exercise of authority is a. ef ... I'.se.r, r._ Ao.. ..
    lit been bother.log
    lth commendable nc svrsaeera there must b* f only the Roman ::00..111 n
    assurance
    Wt7s4V awca, w ahr you, aod then forget it and the collegial one."Is Pontiff ". ..r....... xe.. ... C
    woaorn is
    the
    seal la adverse eircumsUa-
    !however that It will Judge, for
    ion Asawrnr.r .lw'YIrem.tn this conflict the bead ftII a-- ... ..."* ea i._.
    AxDNe aarwr rtcSlwlKeAu ces. exclusively dedicated Mm, because of divine win "-au-. *M.-.4.. .." -*
    ( of the Church >II led by what .
    .
    a muocerw'eo to divine worship, and not be depends the whole structure ti isr+ r U. A N .< rare
    M considers in r.
    y' [N4UWDKT C 1 r a I visitation gave conscience to and the Wt
    of
    e el the
    taken over for secular Church
    o>.aboonurt.1 if much-needed! encouragementto uses. These answers are frem be in the interests of the "14 fact
    f he holds
    But Bishop must have that
    a
    similar
    an- (
    the pastor and his struggling "The Qu.tioa BII" conducted Church la this situation. No- thorny

    R,,' d nswiararr 1 flock.Unhappily. blesses assurance a church before be by Monslgaor J. P.Convey. body will doubt that the Pope exercise constantly it when and sad how can be r.... .,.... L ....

    A b er ofAWs for Cyril became )latJooally ka wa finds this AV extreme &fficult ;; desires, alone Seamer's We,
    or .
    1 oa aN. ( under criticism himself A church mar not be consecrated tor-matILl. Direct I year task with fre II'blTs110 toge share r te'ar' KIM *... *_

    s Arm \a to years later, and was removed If it Is constructed: .vestiaa |Vx: r4. please. ). "He cannot expect thateverybody It but cannot exercise st wnb- Wise a. _.w"e

    qvp' from his pot to Spainby of wood or mI.LI'rfsumably I* The Flitch CaUwlk !fa in the Churchandentaods out the content of trw Roman AlTeC4 Mu.6..g.e ....

    order of the king. There, the cathedralchurches Orlande his decisions Immediately Pontiff," ArchbJihop ., tee,...,
    Pirrote
    H t in a Capuchin monastery, he of the United' States but.h* ran expect lIid.

    died in 1809. are all consecrated: but that everybody the Church la a footnote the prelate re- Friday, February 1,1965



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    I THE* Christian recent Unity statements ot the diocesan Apoatolate for book is proved by the fart .": e WASIHNGTOV (NC-Tope)
    are but '
    decree on ecumenism the natural outcome ot the that Lunn, after this exerciseof / raul1 has made the following

    s Vatican Council promulgated in November 1964 by apologetic skill, did becomea i appointments to the hierarchy
    n.
    that aU Yet, it would be unreal to suppose Catholic. Lunn was a hard. of the United States:
    recent attempts to discover headed, matter of fact person
    unifying the religion ot Christ ways and means ot a classical example of the Monsignor Romeo Blanch-

    I He prayed at the Last into that unity for whIch plain blunt Englishman.It cite vicar general and chan-
    Supper are to be attributed to the m cellor of the Diocese of Joliet
    work of Vatican n exclu. was a case in which the : _
    In Illinois to be titular Bishop
    .ively.-- conversion Involves, and we transaction of presenting, an. }. of Manila and Auxiliary to
    behind can learn something of that al'zlng! and accepting the
    Rather the state- Bishop Martin D, McNamara
    ments of the Council and our tactfulness which respects the Faith between the two per. of Juliet.

    own Apostolate for Christian idiosyncrasies of others.To sonalities had to be conductedon s
    Monsignor James P Shannon
    a severely logical basis.
    Unity are many centuries of most people' Knox de.
    of the Collegeof
    president
    good and gracious spite his admitted brilliance But Knox also of
    men, personally was a mac St Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota
    committed to the mes. seemed a young man of obvious the Word of God; his love of to be titular Bishop of

    sage of Christ whose work in and perhaps excessive Scripture, perhaps a reflection Lacubaza and Auxiliary to

    the field of ecumenism was levity.It of his Anglican days, Archbishop Leo Bins of St.

    and remains such an Important Is true that he was, fond culminated in his monumental 4 r rlulOlshopIect

    though little known of lampoons and had a gift translation of the \'ulgateliible
    Blanchette
    foundation for our present eumenical > for parody, and it is true that Into what he hoped was
    born farm at St, Georgein
    on a
    activity, One such he preferred to give public: would be considered "time
    Illinois
    Kankakee cf \
    County
    man, now dead these seven emphasis to these more superficial less English."
    January 6. 1913.
    years, was Monsignor Ronald traits of his personality
    Knox scholar 1 gentleman He feared anything like Perhaps he would be' embarrassed 1- Ordained by George Cardinal

    Priest and dedicated worker religiosity or to use his own and delighted if Mundelem on April 3,1927,
    we were to suggest that his he made
    toward understanding of the term "unctimoniousnets." post-ordination
    Catholic life and mind But the fact remains that asa work would be more effective Fine now church dedicated in Tampa parish studies in canon law at the
    than of his other
    any Gregorian University in
    Monsignor Knox'i primary to boy of 17 be vowed himself works in bringing persons to This Is a view cf the Interior of erend Archbishop with chaplalnn Leonard E Cordirr C.SS.R., pastor Horn and took a course lathe
    claim to public celibacy and that be.
    resides in the quality consideration of his fore he became a Catholic long he the Faith. the newly blessed St: Joseph Father Lawrence Murphy C,S3.R. at the altar reading the Prayer of civil law of marriage at

    published works. These worksare spent six hours a day at his He would be embarrassed if Church Tampa. Pictured on the and Father Patrick Shannon the Faithful. The altar la of Italian l>f'rlull'nl\'ersity. Chicago.

    of extreme variety-reflecting private devotions. the suggestion carried any day of the dedication, those in the C.SS.R.; Father James F IWkler, marble. At right U the commentator Bishop-elect Shannon was

    the universalism of overtone of personal conquest sanctuary include the Moat Rev master of ceremonies; and Father Melvin Dubach. born In South Saint Paul
    Knox did not abandon his and glory; he would be delighted Minnesota February 18, 1921.
    the English Catholic
    mind
    lampooning when he becamea if he thought that his lie was ordained in the Cathedral

    and ranging from the detective Catholic Priest, but he emplojed effort had brought more Pf'Oopie Mass of St. Paul on June 8,

    story to the somewhat It to some eitrnl as an into direct collision with changes Mass guide 19.\W by Archbishop J 0 h D
    formidable .
    theological disquisition. Instrument of apologetics.To God's word. Gregory Murray

    He would have agreed SUNDAY February 14 .
    lie made ordination
    However it Is to the elements Knox take did not a single like what Instance heartily with Newman when Issue instructions liturgy frptuajeilnia Sunday studies In English pint literatureat
    some on
    of conversion, whether of the Higher Critics ho said that secular learning (Stan of Sunday Creed the University! of Minnesota
    were "never healed a wounded Preface of Trinity.)
    personal and individual or to and Oxford University
    doing the
    corporate and ecumenicalthat which Bible.he considered By methods heart nor changed a sinful CMIU..4 r... Ml. ...> little elevation He will omit loud or chant the "!.IlMora MONDAY: February 15 England: and In American

    the influence of Monsl- doubtful these critics were one; but the" Divine Word is Mass, he made the following the signs: of the cross, and will nm" prayer after the Our (Mass of previous Sunday history It11.. University

    gnor Knox finds Its Impor. distributing the authorship of with power points: genuflect at the end of the Father. 2nd Prayer of Sts. Fauitm- New "I Yen. Connecticut

    tance In our present concerns the Pentateuch During his long Incumbencyas prayer after the people respond us and Jovlta Common from 1931 1 to 1054. receiving
    about relations with our separated to a variety of chaplain to the Catholic When the people recite or "Amen" In distributing Holy Com Preface, or, Feast of Sts a doctoral degree'

    brethren imaginary scribes. students at Oxford University, sing parts of the Proper of The Our Father munion when the Priest says Faustlnus and Jovtta. Mast
    now cc.cited
    Turning this same methodof Monsignor Knox along with the Mass, Oboes parts are tot "The. Body of Christ. the of several Martyrs Gloria,

    j There is in the first place analysis" to "In :lllemori his routine duties of caring said by the Priest privately, people l aloud together by Priest at and low communicant says "Amen," Common (Prefai.) Aided Cardinal

    t the fact of his own conversiona am, he plausibly argues that for those directly entrusted to The celebrant of Mass may Messes, be chanted in then receives the sacred host TUESDAY: February IS

    conversion which caused Queen Victoria not Tennyson him found time to make the recite or sing parts of the Latin In sung may Masses (unless There will be no last Gospel (Mass of previous Sunday VATICAN CITY (SC-)

    almost as much dismay in was the true author of the Faith acknowledged and respected Ordinary of the Mass with the the Chancery has approvedits and no prayers after Mass,. Common Preface) Arthblshop Franjo Seper ef

    Anglican circles as that of poem. by the larger non. people in : High Maisfi! can be celebrated UKDNKSPAY.: : February 17 Zagreb: who has been just
    English to
    Newman almost 70 years be. Two of Knox books havea Catholic academic "orld. singing melodies). approved ) without a luhdeacon, (Mais of previous Sunday, named Cardinal by Pope Paul
    If another !
    liturgical service
    fore. more Immediate bearing on It Is known that during this using a deacon only with the Common Preface) M 1. was the secretary of

    The path of that conversion the task of conversion One period' he instructed a number Immediately precedes Mats, The Priest will recite out celebrant. IIIUtSIlAY, February 18 Alojtlje Cardinal Strplnac cf
    all at the foot of the
    a. far as it could be humanly of them, "The Belief of Catholics in the Faith, but he altar flU are)ers omitted. (Mais of previous Sunday 7anrrb: from 1934 to 1941

    charted is to be found In "A ," is primarily eapoii- showed a proper priestly diffidence The secret' will h.l Death claims Miami Priest 2nd Prayer of M Simeon In 1941 Archbishop Sepef(

    Spiritual Aeneid" publishedin tory; the other "Difficulties. in refusing to divulge) recited aloud In prayer low Manes ; Common (Preface, or, Feait became rector of Zagreb'
    with alternate their number ; of St. Simeon Mais of a Ten
    1918, one year after his reception chapters by and chanted the offerings major seminary yean
    into the Church. Arnold Lunn, aims quite directly What. do know It that he at sung Masses over served Florida 12 martyr Hiihnp, Gloria I later while Cardinal Steplnia

    Every conversion I of at con'f'TlIfII.The Impressed all with his learn years Common PrefaceFUIDAY ") was In prison the government
    At the end of the Canon
    ing his wit his. and .February 19! of rommunl.it.ruled
    course follows Its own laws, value of the first book humility when the Priest says 'Per Ml\MI-Father Noah Brunnrr, mourned by frlcmln
    and nothing like a conversion lies in its qualities of clarity his graclousness He was ." (Man of previous Sunday Yugoslavia brought pressure
    Ipnum up to the words, In both the Dioceses of St. Augustine and Miami, diedhere
    neither the truculent defendernor Common l'retace.I 1'C'C'1f'llalUrallllthorUlu to
    can be formulatedfrom and understanding, It on
    program pre.cents "Per omnla saecula "
    the reading of) a single the truths of the Faith the militant rhastiser. lorum." he will ssecu- on February 6. Father Drunner has served! In Florida \1lUtDAY, .February 20 remove<< Archbishop Soprr.
    recite the
    example. But we can study attractively to a non-Catholic What was most characteristic prayer in a loud yoke or for.the put 12 yr !". Since_ August of hut year he was (thus of lilesied Virgin for Several seminarians had been

    the delicacy of human relationships audience and it shows a of Knox'i relations with chant It, while lifting uo the assistant at eL DrendanI Saturday, (Jloils, Prefate convicted of antigovernment

    which almost every charitable understanding cf) his loved and separated brethren chalice: and host for ".th.Christ's .riah here of ruflu.d'Irlln..>)> activity, and though the

    alien viewpoints was his recognition! of the Bishop Coleman F. Carrollof St'NDAY.' February 21 Archbishop was not Involvedhe

    It is never querulous (prev- dignity. inviolability anduntquf'nell I f' Seugeilma Sunday (Mus reilgned rather than be the
    Miami was the celebrant of Sunday' Creed, (Prefai orcailon of difficulties for the
    Ish of each human Father
    ..rinssra1 I .., or Impatient yet it does perfect of the solemn Requiem Mats
    of
    person whom he met and tub- Trinity I seminary
    not make surrenders In the interests
    &. .. e..'......... .. >...... of fade sequently Influenced. for Father Wrunner The funeral :Noah
    ingratiation<<
    held St BrendanChurch
    sufficiency is was in
    Ambulant* Sanr'ee: nor does it blur the outlinesof IIrunntr
    lr him every enrotnler Miami, at 10 30 a m. GRISSOM FUNERAL HOMEPhone
    VA 4-147)
    even the most difficult with anolhrr was a special on February 9. I4MI1I I
    ST. AUCUSTINI truths.The. stressed by Pope
    event and therefore required Father llrunner came to KISSIMMEEeallraT
    success of the second a special mode of rommunlcalloa. .
    Florida from Ohio In 1902 /lie *
    ix ( lC lIUI. rummi
    VATICAN nTI I NC) A
    had served In the
    ** parish
    day after he had urged a Since hit arrival here Father Oprntlnf Under Hme Name and I.III..t
    PHONE I777U4A. of the Dloreie of St Augustine
    There was no methankal Chmt terd and
    mere Christ the King, Tampa,
    technique in his attitude Church-centered. devotaon to at St Story Miami Sacred

    P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL towards them or his open d'.. Our lAdy Pope Paul! VI em- .St: >lph.ny.'tnln Paul {it. Petersburg. ; and /llesrt. Punta Gorda. M Jo.irph .

    ('u..km1tJI them The art of phaslf the perfect sufficiency I .Stuart. Chriit the King KYLE-McLELLAN INC.
    310t N. ARMENIA AYE. Horn In I'HtS In
    attracting and making converts of Chriet Ktdjtway, Monastery IMray Reach,
    TAMPA 7, FIORIDA is the art of St Paul Pennsylvania, Father Drunner and St 1I.'rn.'ero' Heath FUNERAL DIRECTORS
    "all things to all men" held li ae'ceossry" he Is survived by Theodore
    While l administrator, at 17 W. UNION jmET-JACttONYILU
    It is 1.1d. W. ftrunner of St. Marys
    ultimately a
    supernatural .
    BASHA W'S sympathy, which I ""ilh..t Him there ran be Pennsylvania and Joseph M.Krunner Stuart, he supervised the construction M. J.JtU CK _we W. Sea ItU
    of the new fit Josrih -
    either action life.
    nor of Ilidgway brothers
    properly understood Is the
    GULFPORT MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME special offifriag of charity and Mrs C. Fox of | Church and a four stun.
    Christ, furthermore, Is room school which alaI included

    Leonard M. B.tka. IkvftMd: fyn rl cf"Kt an offspring which were It not sufficient He It ene..h for Akron.llrunner Ohio and, Mill Miss Iiabelle Germaine T. a cafeteria and audi HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL
    for the life and' influence of
    Member Holy N*"* 24 hour .mbuUc service our supreme guMme, for K Drunner both of) Rtdgway, totlum ,
    m..ab as Ronald t KIWI. our uttermost wt4om.. for our Ai.; Ceed l.eed Ch.peI- ,..U..., let
    father' Brunner the
    5601 South I4M2II/ / IP. sistersFather was
    22 Av.eue
    could easily lead an orphan eternal saivatiM" the Pope administrator of the, paruheiIn FOSTIK E. HEATH fwr...l Dir c/oe
    life in the werld Hrunner attended' St.
    said AMBULANCE. SI'-Vlct I
    \
    Punta
    and In G"td
    Io School, Illdgwty, Niagara l..I.IId fl IJ. rhttl. 4I20III
    "Chriit Is the tw liltS before his appointment In <<
    I'mversity Prep .Vhool and
    only religion Christ M UIII> Stuart /11 to Florida for
    rame
    H. o,..* T.l.plk: er.1a More missioners/ lure reveiaUen e f( r od < "hfi.t St(.,1'Vincent(.. Niagara College falls and,Seminary and. rescmt of health and bum am*

    Dire.4.r I44-U2I Is the only bridge between ui lAtrObe a Miami dwesan Peed. the
    killed in Congo and th* ocean<< of isle. which Pennsylvania sam" year that he went 'to JOHN S. RHODES, JR.

    la Uw lJty..". the Moet I MyTroutr. OHaln la Int by Itlinnp, Stuart Prior to that t time hekrlongMi

    for whom. whrtiier Jamei J. HartUy at (alum- lo an Ohio diocese FUNERAL DIRECTOR
    ROME: I%C -Th. death
    Home of
    Osgood Funeral we want It er not, we were h., flhl., pastier Rrnnnrr The I',...t war buried in
    threw more Catholic mMMon.ariee G WT.|. CIEARWATIR fk. 444-30SI
    created' and deUne." ",)>. served IN ...".1) parishes In the M Iso Cemetery at Itldic 1721 ? /

    and an African Prwttat Paul told hu regular general fllllie .brfort comlag I. Floe way. I'enmylvania., on Thursday

    ?Eh $1.4.14lt1 St. N., the hands of Congolese audience lilt week, Ma. February II
    rebtls have been reported by BRETT FUNERAL HOME

    relef ,.*, forCJ.p.IJS. \ the Pious Society of 51 Franca .
    Xavier for the Foreign J4MIOI AMIUtAHCI JIRVICISwvUf

    lliiimei of Parma, Italy .

    Ta there XaterUa: mluhm.ert uEJ asI.

    all killed. .* .Nt,mbr 4
    ..
    ,
    .. !a. wen lather CUtmil 1A

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    JONESJOHNSON h f", SI. ...... e..4 ... ........

    Father Carrara was the

    FUNERAL HOME first to 4.. He was har .nfrente )

    !**** at ku. mutuxi at :; r r St. ftUfiWxl fmT: Ttf 40 Y.*r.
    Paraka M Uw store rrf f jUeTa

    311 MAIN ST. GAINESVILLE ..Miaa wtt.. a rebel '4fsrtr JOHN S. RHODES, Inc., Funeral DIr.cfori
    HAROLD A. JOHNSON AuIU NCI SUViCE trove
    lIP ad mmmaM- A
    it F. D. Fft e-IMI ed the Pmet (. feline hmIwMmty ff'.v. I AMIULANCE SIRVICIH

    M shot IMB >*4BraUter I

    tame ran to OleIP"t .. .

    ,,-. r J_...... at the wooed of Meeting: 1II;
    A ria.
    J\ H. too war Moot dead.

    funeral Ii.ftwr W Tw.eral: Director The rebel offrer Ant drove Catholic Daughters, St. Augustine .

    tA Fm about 25 auks sway -t'1in I

    f.TIae. fak Ie J:1&I"j" TEen b4 murdered FatiMrDtdoe Mor.aon MMor Isvige was cb
    rP'IML BOX and a Ge fe>*. Bt Aurua't-e Court 23, Cst obe lather UyfeuJ V CUIAOO and Mayor ..:..

    Arrtsvit + Peed Father Jtur '#rt et Amarwa. when the "'''m. J"-rh ShMMeth, SIesta OItnr't,
    i PICA 1RaLpge ether Xivenan
    OIYr"! e misiioaame en eI.brat tad with I tMftqart on theN rhartrrar rnrmt.er. .ice Mawing "'t..t
    .. Tit Uv ,: asHUvrrMry ?' Uw eosin a f/iw *. trim lift Mf_ fcbrsdrfl, Mr..
    BMraas a4 FVf qmiay,ienwre J.. EM o..r. 4k S'. I 7'*" Ass. North 12 III!
    107 UM. A... +
    o \' vet* teysted to r* UtatM OtiMiu .. t4.4 th. slate rfrtlt *- M I. .Mari. Mm ftarfh WeM. rvfmi ,

    ST. CLOUD SA rebel .held f rr.t.*) at fee.kitty. Iof,.. A'! rr *rb ."ll |left and W,.. Hhrllry! and MM Mary f.ma, AW N... .bed.. Wed O>.M>. t. N.. 147-412
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    , """'"u\\" Six The Florida Catholic( Friday, Fro. R, 19<
    Youth Club CenroCatholic/



    YouthTo elected SANFORD officer- The of the newly All High SchoolMELBOUR'oEOn Holy Father deplores

    Souls parish Youth Club ..reP'ggy : November .

    Mite, president; Greg
    5 ninth and tenth grade
    Heath vice.president; and ,
    '"''''''''" ""'"''"'" students all over the United immorality in moviesVATICAN
    Andrea Bogeajls, secretary.
    States took the National Ed. t
    treasurer. Father Richard I

    build schoolsNEW Lyons, pastor, will induct the ucational Development Tests, CITY (NC) Pope Paul VI seemed preoccupied
    which are sent out by the Science
    in the movies
    officers. Research Association of with a new report on morality

    when he addressed the crowds in St. Peter's
    ORLEANS (NC) Chicago It Is a series of testsin tss : Sunday

    Archbishop John P. Cody of Tampa Catholic English, social studies, square before reciting the Angelus.

    New Orleans has announced mathematics, natural l sciences "Present-day life needs obedience to the Mosaic law
    ,
    plans for construction of seven School and word usage, which
    High to be recalled to greater "but also her angelic purityas
    new high schools in several have been designed to measure .
    human and Christian dig. a priviledged creature. Ue
    parts of the archdiocese.Declaring each student's ability to
    that Catholic ed TAMPA-Joan Mewinskl basic skills rather than nity in its behavior and will honor Our Lady in this
    reports that Tampa Catholic apply he sublime dignity of hers ,
    ucation "never was so flourishing his ability to memorize particular fundamental concepts,
    High School students took recognizing in her a reflection
    nor were our Catholic facts in specific subject said on January 31, "par.
    desirous of increas part in the National Forensic of the beauty of God. U .
    people so matter. ticularly since shows public
    ing the number of schools and League tourney held at Jesuit t entertainment and behavior will honor in Mary the ex.

    Improving the methods of High Honors were won by Certificates of merit hue ample, the model she offersus
    Peck and Fredi) Smith. Meet Bishop from Korea appear designed to which
    teaching," Archbishop Cody Criss been sent to the 10 highest and the appeal

    said "we must build and Criss placed second in dra per rent In the nation and the degrade the life of man, his comes from her to make our

    build so that all the childrenof matics and Fredi was awarded following students from Cen Members of the student council of Edward Gorman, Bishop Qui i n Ian, dignity and purity. lives similar to hers .

    our area may have the third place in the extemporaneous tral Catholic High are among Central Catholic High School in Mel. Madelaine St. Laurent and Karl Dit- The previous day L'Osserv- "We will therefore ask the

    blessing of a thorough Catho- division. Besides that number bourne met Bishop Thomas Quinlan kow k1. Bishop Quinlan spoke to the atore Romano Vatican City Immaculate Virgin to obtain

    lic education." these Catholic distinctions High received, Tampa a Gail Adams, Kathleen following his talk at their school: from student body on his experiences in daily, had published the an. for all the right notion/ deter

    large number of points con. Archer Arthur Birdsall, Cath. the left, Raymond Fisher, president; Korea.Legion nual report of Italy's Catholic mination, strength and graceto
    motion picture center entitled be worthy, in life and behavior
    erine Bodette David Calla-
    tributed by the other partic ,
    I a "Movies: A Moral Balance of the name human
    han Gail Caulfield, Louise Central Catholic
    ipants. "
    Donovan Sheet for 1964." Of the 447 and Christian.
    Doikendorf Margaret fOIIIl.T Till ',IT t.foraIr
    Tampa Catholic salutes Theresa Grover Daniel of Kiln films reviewed only 54 were
    "
    Rosemary VanAntwerp who McCarthy, Peter Noris, Gerald decency:::1,1 : nulnlly nbjrrtlonabl: ar* High School declared suitable for the en Conversion ban
    CHORES publl.h.4! In the bird Woe attb ,
    has succeeded In becoming a Rogero, Ellen Reddy, rates new movies .. month. ( LEARVAnRKathleen tire family, while 69 were
    YIJAYAVUD India (NC)
    finalist in the National Merit Barbara Scanlon, Sandra (f hr I'F II, I Ml) Brennan school reporter, sent condemned. ,
    .
    Scholarship, Program. This Schuh, Paul Weingand, James Morally unobjectionable for general patronage the following news: Somewhat like the United -The right wing Jana Sangh
    her the one States Legion( of Decency, but party has called for a ban onconversion
    top
    VANISH puts among Bellinger Robert Blackwell, Apach KIN.. riuna nf AgguMllamln Queen nf the Pirate. Semester exams were heldon
    Christian mis
    and a half per cent of seniorsin Patrick Courtney Jennifer AtraannBoy 'lth'..., The January 18 and 19. After usually stricted in Its judgments by
    the nation. Ten Feet TallCapture Indian FlintInvaalon the center also controls sionaries. The call was, mad
    for the People
    Doane, Rena Elder, Cynthia Jteady the exams, the students welcomed
    ft' That Cpul Quart Illil. The w lid Surf movie theaters in a resolution adopted by theparty'
    ) Kabris David Fulford Ed. firm World Iw of .. the chance to relax parish
    > : rho L*wl.|
    ...
    Students were privileged to Seven Jr. of convention session I
    ward Hogan Thomas McCarthy ( h.yrnn* Autum IJv.lr 8.t, TM and themselves Jan which" represent half of all
    ( enjoy on
    .
    Thomas .. l>r LaoStarflahtera
    hear Bishop Quinlanof J. ar 1 \ South William Quinlivan, Mmkat Mania lountala Nnake Women uary 20, which was an in-
    Chun Chon Koreaon
    l'' Ned Southoff. >|pord.rlr l Ordrrlr, Mara nf Oh. Th* service day for teachers. Pope Paul referred to the The political party of many
    February 4. They were inspired TO* W' I .' Kttlnila Maiden, Tha With the end of the first February 2 least t>f the Purification Hindu\ extremists, Jana Sangh
    In recent current events
    a Tattooed Pnlloe linn
    and challenged by his r> Makr, Th.
    r am Mary of the Blessed Virgin! in of
    Poppli was vanguard a cam.
    heroism test conducted by the Time Inik* Won Jung Tangs NIIII'n.Ir.The semester, the seniors at Clear.
    first-hand account of the HM*
    r spy
    Thief of N.nhd.dEArth Mary in the Temple. paign against Pope Paul1'.
    ti4 of missionaries and American Magazine, these i students from MxtltttraniKBllnllilay Thornaalna water Catholic are finishingup
    MM Rcream-
    in December the Bombay
    soldiers held as prison. the school were selected for Inc Th. Traitor the final steps for application He exhorted the crowd to visit to

    ers of the communists. honors: certificate of excel. Jr..1 'of Muila MOM of 'CortiMyMurrt Jfl. farad Truth Two auhtra About spring" to the colleges they are "heed the appeal of Our Lady International Eucharistic
    Emil and the Congress. A convention speak
    lence was granted to Raymond netmtiva r M".t Foul nearthly $,r.ngws interested in attending next for a behavior more in keepIng .
    My bolt LalrMr alley of the Praeon.limpr. Several students hate er asked for the expulsion of
    .
    Fisher, and certificate F.Ii.e th Roma year with the dignity of the
    Jesuit Hun, th* MM* ,,.. End all foreign missionaries. He
    : \< In th been accepted to
    of merit was awarded to Orrin already human and of Christian '
    F ft L (rod II Mrit rloui )laUn: <.t Ih. Cn....... person engagedin
    charged they were
    Grover. N.v.r Put It U state universities, but for location./
    Fun la the HunterFather War Party
    High School .nine seniors at Cen floua. WrltlncOnly ... When th. Clock most there is a long anxious proseljtization In the name
    Thirty tine N Torlt
    tral Catholic Central High Pineal: Hour Th. On. liana Way Wild and fen wait until spring for results The feast, he said high of rendering medical aid and
    ( F lurryfirm Wondnrful
    TAMPA-Joseph Sabin has School took the Florida State Man In the Moon Outlaw I I. taming: World (.f Ahlmtt from those out of state.Prospects lights not only her gesture of spreading education
    boor I* The ......110. Th.
    ya and ( .
    reported the following news twelfth grade tests which are In November Tatar. Th. Tank In Met Nam A are high, howe
    from Jesuit High School, administered to all seniors in Golden Arrow Th. Pl4 riper of flameM Ton H... to Run ,...otOnllllll >er, because of the excellent INSURANCE .

    Tampa. The Sodality, under the state. Of these 39, 12 students sal !h. 1'1.... M Tortul. 'nil nil .n" Ohs scores received by all who Firo Auto Lif; Home or Business
    Sin of Habylon Purpl llllli Krava, Th.
    the direction of Father Sidney came out in the highest recently took the college HENRI A. MONTEAUMORELANOOLIVER

    Lange S.J., is sending four three per cent in the state. Morally unobjectionable for adults and edoleicentsArt board examl.iitlom. Z .MONTEAU, INC.

    wr e groups of boys to St. Joseph Recognition is given to the One Oollath and th. danjura The Pep Club Is sponsoringa .. II Wettem Union Building

    Hospital in Tampa to help the following for having established And HurtcUnly It's Good/al.nd.0 Nrlthhnr VampIrMMurdar Dam Pardonlra Haian Bur poster competition among a Phone 229-198 Tampa Florida

    WIIHkH10IOMJITICELUIRIC hospital staff They are assisting a total score above 400: Any N mbr Can WI. Good Soldttr, Schwalk H" nr c.n WtAphrodll the classes, the object being

    in the kitchen by serving Judith B ace a s h, Michael Gorton Th. ....A..hrnnn.., ln.a.lon to promote school spirit The

    food and carrying trays, and Brown, Stephen Decker, Ray- Baby th. TUIn Gun ef 1......"... M.<..ot nf Bk..... Freshmen and Sophomoreshave "THE HOME OF GOOD IMPRESSIONS"
    assisting in other departmentsby mond Fisher, John llemans, Mu.t >'allBandlta Harbor IJfht aland( both taken their turn

    ClOIHfS DRYER cleaning equipment. Kathleen Maxfield, Thomas Behold w of I.al Or.I.. Horn, Hid and..f HeekHorror It all. The liend 1I..t M of. it..p Nn FIfI."._... covering the walls with posters LE 'E lC1RI A

    Officials at the hospital McGahee, Margaret Mclaughlin Hlnod *n th. Arrow llouaeholder, Th. slog and N.ln( wishing the Marauders
    Bullet for Hdma I d llather l. Hick III ffijuadron
    have commented on the fine Judith Niergarth >
    good luck In their basketball
    Purnlnc (Court Th. Udlea' Who I>* Mound of TrumpNsCAu.hingurs
    FLORIDA POWER I LIGHT COMPANY spirit of cooperation among Robert Perchalskl. Sally 1 ladybug Mdrbuf Hquar* of Viol*.** games. 102 South Tamp Street Tampa, Florid

    the boys. Utecht and Karl Witokskl.At Cow. and I. Th. lAn.lot sod Stolen. .llnur After each of the classes Member Ovid Tho and Sacred ParishesGAINESVILLE'S
    Heart
    (',.... In the World 0.0n.v.r. III' '' 11 King
    s 3D the recent annual volun Park purnoM font alaa *. r.arlhUfa from Berll has taken a week, an award
    On Saturday January
    ,
    teer awards banquet sponsored Itevll Shi*) Pkttq In I anct* I Pullw. :Th* will t be presented to the class)
    Jesuit High School of Tampa the Service Guild of TAO Man >Ywa () <%M**, .wingi. Affair
    ST. AUGUSTINE hosted one of the largest National by Meant TrumpetI Th. Taa.art which" the Pep Club officers
    Urevard Hospital, these Paramedical >r. Blood. CnfrinUr )l"ltr" TkmtorMy That Man from Rk feel has don the most out FINEST HOME VALUES
    Forensic Tournaments
    league students were presented Terror. Huue. 1'1.' .... I. Ifa. II Hour.
    ever held in the of Horror Nllhtmar Thunder ,.,....4Jr.rlk. standing job.
    345 awards by Miss Beatrice th. Conquer Night train t* Parla Trunk. Th Father Bernard F Dittman,
    state. Some young men Riley, director of .:...'"* hy Night Night Walker Twenty PluiNo T_ president of the school announced -
    and women from 13: school 0:015 k/: My fiarllnfr Volr* of th* %;
    MCDONALD'SDRUG nurses at the hospital: 100 that ;
    :27
    on January
    .
    tied for top honors.Jesuit' kris: of Frankenalela >au hter llurruian
    hour service pins were awarded Pall Pt. ,. Non. Hut Th. Pra.. W"k. Tight Hop the following students made
    to Judith Niergarth student Family Mar Oil t'ark llmia*. Tk. Walk Into H.IIFlsnnq
    ,
    Luis Fernandez and the honor roll for the third
    Tb. On. Potato T. Walla of M.ll
    STORE Bill Anderson captured top .supervisor in surgery, Frantln Potato V .. la Hell six weeks marking period: HUGH EDWARDSINC.
    Wolff student fury of Bmuiflr Point' of Order Weekend with Lul
    debate awards, while ninth Diane -supervisor First honors were attainedby

    grader Tom Reid pulled second in diatetlcs, Mary Ellen Clone Bay Ar th* Pay Quirk nine' of tttm TrtaaonRou.lah. tount Rarer PoHortTouiif Th. these seniors Kathleen 41 JT T TITO vtonu TROW

    47 King Street in extemporaneous speak. Fuller, student night.hostess, Gold for th. C._.* .,ut Tour Cbeatln Heart Brennan Marianne Salceies, IT. MTIUCVt .NIH AND iCSOOLIT.

    ing. Bob Scully and Al Perotll and to Theresa farlett; 50. Morally unokictioniU for adults Juniors, Rosemary Mulhol-
    ST. AUGUSTINEVA JL 1U AT. A UU Ur *4
    placed third, also in extemporaneous ( hour service ribbons were, A4aAp )l....n. Abo.* 1',.. land, Richard Schwartz,
    speaking. awarded to Judith Niergarth, Am.rlrs. Amndra Mallflr Clark Kale t* Live A Gehry Moopman, Barbara

    41687Budgeting Jesuit High/ School of Tam. Walter Taylor, Jean Wesolow. Armond* Woman.Command The llnrror faille Ham Ilrothcr; and Hi* Walters, Victoria Zupansic

    pa will sponsor a film festival ski, Diane Wolff and Susanne Hay of Anifla How la Murder Tour Funnlnf ..... Th. sophomores, Louise Barber; Lubricated Your Windows lrl.7

    and discussion seminar Thistle. Po-b.t nlf. Hnundera. Th. freshmen William Gasper U.. 'LC.Wai" Aluminum \ r 'I
    Kadtlm Story Iluitler, Tti. aieaen. of I a....... t"brII
    during the month of February.The To be a member of the National Hilly I4rHllnd II Bldon ..4ur d and Aba*. Paul Gonyea and Patricia cant, the proven easy way to &
    moderator W CormrHuddha donedHi Pntchett. Clean Lena. Smooth
    Wayne Letting Velvety
    Honor Society a student In th. French Styli I no t ,. Murdarllave
    Roca S,J., will lecture on the must excel In character, Hue RlI.,'. Baik Invitation. In > Trade I. u>. Second honors were attained operating Window, Door, Loch
    "Movie as an Expression ofArt" service and In To** lunflihter world TwlayUnrt by these seniors Ftthing Tackle. Gum, Folding! rVtw-
    leadership, ('.rtoll-'"* Killer The IIkI... Th.
    following the showing of .. Charles Basinski, Sheila Bren- tore, Tool, Zipper; Etc. .4
    'el scholarship (' mony, Th kl> for My 1111"..-., and ....*
    "Antigone," February 12, "A Cl.ud.iia Infill" Preeldwt aaan Mad nan Rosemary Brtsnahan, Available in Squirt Cam Aerotoli

    vtt/ Raisin in the Sun," February Selected by the faculty as ('omm.n... .......r.... Th* Utralt.1....... Mary Casey, Sharon Cole, Quartt Gallon at molt Builder:
    ConcUmn-d *f Alton IJ P (likMartnaa s..t.m4Mar
    18; and the Cannes film festival members were: Raymond 1"".'h. Th. Tamahln Jay Diedrrich Carolyn Kufro, Supply, Paint and Hardware Storvi. ar

    award-winning Russian Fisher, Sally Utecht, Judith (rookMl M..*. "II.r".nl, Sinner Thin Red 1.1". William MrCracken, Michel MIre! by Eugn. Domnh & Son,
    I>., Court, A M.eia.. n
    In Third Th.
    entry, "The Ballad of a Sol Niergarth, Margaret McLaughlin l>..., Hiartl M.. Wti C.sia.1 '"'... .5.w.t. a llpr.. Richards, Barry Sgarrella; S.nc; I9S2
    dier," February 26. Jane Gross Francis The festival will be Archer O'Meilia Iwvll .>".,. Manor, Thunder, *r t>rnm. Martin
    Perenchto. Rush Bach
    openonly Timothy .. Gary Pofrpano Florida
    1:, of Annie Jon'" MoneyMnv T. Red .r NX I* Wed
    to Masque Club members Lee Cunningham, Karl Wit. Th. o<*r r>arlln( Topics Mary Slack, Kathryn Smith;
    ? members of the senior kowski, Robert I'erchalskl, F..'. ,In th. Rain Muriel. Tnrpeito PayTw sophomores Dennis Arkwrlght .
    w.rleof Murder Naked Klaa 0.|ttM
    class and parents. Theresa Farlett, and Jean ran* Nlllhl", ... !I. the 5u. ..... .Ar. MIMIn James Banker, Gary COME TO CHRISTOPHER CITYChristeplnw

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    Use Our Low Coif spring another induction will loldflncer ..t..T......, ". Wild Affair Diederlch Phyllis roll loc t.d |lust 1v. mla from downtown T we,,". Rata

    Checking Plan SubscribeNow take place. Geed Hv. Thartl. Outrat.. Th. W..u ef sirs. David Graff, Mark Hammond Start ,t I02M pr month on .n ........1! U.... I Includes .lutititioi
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    You on ,iip an acxu- granted a full four,>'ear scholarship aneh Creek Prow Th. L.q schmidt. Judith lint; rant.Suppr Club. Al located ." 9roMndi. Free tramportation

    rite record .( your ip ndt"9 ,,,,,,nunn,,,,,,, uu, granted by the athletic Mortlly unobicionbU for adults, with re..tiOM Freshmen Kathy Behan to orKor fecit.....
    department of Memphis State AnUM" of a under Quirk lit..* URe David Bickel. Nicholas Car. Writ for Brochure
    and ,..ny lip f. University Memphis, Tennessee ,...rt..* I... .p04 KmeaIJIHk )I.... pita Yanehy lacska James
    This includes Bert Man Tk. Mere free* ......11 Madden Francis G. ALFRED McGINNIS Gen.
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    books Tomczak
    ilmpU checking and laundry. and Cath
    account '
    sytIcm. I 10. from I to t Can TVe HMIIIIH Uf Anuxia;
    Raymond Fisher has been fool World. Th. N..*r Take Curd ,.. J_. critic \\'atJIt'r. ,
    appointed a finalist in the I rwlnt Mpertenr trine *trai>*er ..... !_g t* t... .
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    ST. AUGUSTINE National Merit Scholarship I[lionItalian. (tyl* NMM..| bin the He* ,.,..
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    B Catkdra! FU<* We'll be glad to help youOur


    LOUIS W. PETERSON

    SCHOOLSROSARIAN 'St. ANTHONY'S'DedVated **..*.,..*.
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    High ST. r r calls// St. Martha


    gusto ashaw a reports senior at r. j key Grade SchoolSARASOTAReporting

    jJl'h!, School hag
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    f 1f child work/ from St. Martha School Bruce

    1 Fe Erny has noted that the St.
    Martha School Civics Club

    School rl CITY (S'J-) recently received its official

    .' At Paul VI, addressing spe charter from the commissionon

    \\ -The second in problems of men American citizenship in

    Santa Fe High School retarded children, de Washington D. C.
    a ; The charter
    formally recognises
    will be held on the .
    \ that
    charity plays a affiliation of the local
    grounds In Lakeland
    role in their work. unit with the national organ
    of 20 from noon Rt l.lM
    C\.I\ a certificate:
    IsaUon at the Catholic Umvcr*
    finalist in the p.m. Is this supernatural
    will be the "Sailor M e arty of America Pupils of the
    Scholarship Inculcates la ns a pro eighth grade the
    This is a Circus" of Sarasota respect for life for the local club membership.The comprise.
    only about which will give
    per cent of the at 2 p.m. and character of the per. officers of the newly
    school seniors in m. and of the absolute and organized Club are: Joseph
    It is from the fm\ '1:.". :: : clue of his dig }Feldman president: Michael
    midway will feature 01 I f f 1"y vice-president;

    that 1965 all will the be merit (for containing oung and baked old, Modern Martyr's story told by even>'ored among'from those a human poor. George secretary;Mathey Lawrence recording Troffer

    time early in the randy, handicrafts of slew," Pope Paul treasurer
    Mary has also betcraget and an Bishop Thomas Quinlan of South with the communists The
    St. Martha's Civics Club bone
    ed an honor country store Korea is pictured with the studentsof Bishop toured the Central Catholic
    specialists had come to of the thousands of Catholic
    Tofiege Bishop Moore High School Or. High Schools of the Diocese this
    Civics Clube chartered in
    Pl'Ms'lvania Stanton I is general from throughout Eu
    In addition to of the Booster lando who filled St. Charles month telling students the story of and North America for the United States for the express
    scholastic Mrs, Michael Alien- Church last week to hear the Bishop the Death March in 1950 when he } on the theme "so purpose of developing

    Mary is president of the Auxiliary group. describe his firsthand expert- wu with the group of clergy, civil. professional and reli informed, responsible citizens
    Student Council at Integration of the men. The theme of this year s
    editor of the high retarded" The congress program is "Politics Is Your;
    wok, a member of sponsored by the inter Business! ," Club members 1"t
    ional Honor l Catholic office of help in developing this theme
    and Scroll and from Young Catholic Mosenger
    clubs and M to weekly for student
    can we say you
    St. Paul's High \ theme which you al. In grades six to nine Month.
    announced its Honor know better than we ly articles in the peruxlkal
    ean's list for the the Pope aiked. point up the fundamentals of
    mester. The girls good rltitenship and suggest!:
    these honors are: '. will gl>e you rather practical projects for the club
    Dean's list > ord of encouragement<< for members.ORLANDO.
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    ria Nugent highly arduous task --- --.-- --
    ; p Is It Is
    >ours. dings
    dis sophomores Susan, Smith to t* educators" the

    Santy'cuier: and; freshmen Ann said.much the more when WINTER PARK

    Honor roll seniors Y (' persons whose In.
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    >enk, Kathleen : ., submerged by re
    ,usm, Linda f i ti nature, must be as
    Lamb 1 ., retreated For that
    : FAIRVIEW
    Juniors Donna 7"u and above all charity Is
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    Patricia' Ford Mad ," Pope Paul con Cleaners & Laundry

    icndeau, Patricia r.a.r.aDep.s4.h1.
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    rabrl Tar
    sophomores, Mary I ... a. *, M.Otlkr
    Molly McGoff 411* Mi: /w.t'r, Orlete'e
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    ianara.. i.

    Linda Freshmen Santy, Festival planned for Santa Fe High SchoolLakeland I ls orthee? SINGER AUTOMATIC

    Judy Jackson Ann of Santa Fe Mrs. Michael Mrs. Jack Sullivan Mm. CONSOLE MODEL
    Skokan Altenburger,
    U. Kathleen High tA 11// N ....."... -.....1... ...!.. |1f ...
    Booster Club and Auxiliary general cochairman; Slater M Hertel, Mrs. Alan Hart. Dr. r. >.!.... Ml .. ..II.M. ....t
    latay and Beth ..... ... .. .. ... ....
    will direct the second annual Carmen OSB. Sister M. Cathe Stanton general co-chairman; II >* !
    To be eUgible for .. .*!.. ._ .M !....v .M._ II*
    roll students must val this month in Lakeland tine OSB., and Mrs. Al Weiss; Kay Roberta, Mrs. Lawrence Iw.w.,.,.worm a. ... ......... t >M <.*......
    above in all from the left seated Otto R. standing l Michael Altrnburg.r.nces, and Alan Hart. STEAK. Oslo MlN. It". .. t.,.

    eligible for the .
    ON A SKEWERI
    students must language ANNOUNCINGOUR
    above in all High Schools "(.., ...... CifIro.ted MOVE TO A

    hich must tit at \ ,\ \e.e", ela f\t) 0.. LARGER STORE
    .ark The H..rtSt
    have been pub- Open h i/ll
    in a bilingual Spanish- Entrance examinations tlroe $1.90 letter Perl i ing F. ilitiet,

    edition fur an Indian t .....i..4 u I Cwt.| Children'sClothes
    by a Capuchin mis 1_ /r ll e1.__
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    WINTER The translation was (.......... t... .... _! MrlbMirnr-Oatral: fatbolie JmwacwUttSt \ "-.MJ.....I/M..M.i a.mv. ...t.osea .. Line

    by Father Antonio I>.)tena llearh rather Lopes HUh School J*..ftit \ "STUIS mUrfD" 5.55 ......... .... fc.. I. I*
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    Cap. for the High School Our Lady of Lourdes, J't
    WALTER ML : of the Warao Our Lady of Lourdes M..tMMime It. J'md l laX -
    Clothier T* tribe who live at the St Paul St. Mary Itorkledge' IUf4Hiel. ad of

    Tit* "..-( fa Jr,. of the Orinoco river St Peter DeLaivd (Our Savtwr. Owoa If sib St. Petmimrg; TAX $500 & upS
    JlC'henmm.ho keaay AtreMten Eau Calu St Joke, M. I.... ,
    >(X ORA.XCH .,. ,.. Iwo ".. /Mw.1..4 ,
    High School St. Teresa, TtawvlJJeOrlandoliUhop 'IteadiI ...., ..,... _.r ,
    Across From .C. ./41/ra 15.e /.Nt.1e
    BARDOE Assumption Moore I My Name (Mr> ." .i.5. t .a.1.//Ia
    Christ the King IIIKB School Sacred ,ll"art, : :I. t/w limit t" ,
    .. II/Ml/a.
    FACTORY DEAUR Park un ett/4 14.1.
    Holy Iloary Good Shepherd
    Gary's ON YOUR Sacred Heart M Andrew Sari tola-Cardinal:

    set. r*.a lit ST. .rri CAR DEAL St JosephSt St. a..,., high School / .,.."..1 l Service ill prcperirMi oecK las ft turn aeew.l.ly
    awatr n tar tBtrea.., Matthew St. Ja.... St Martha ,,,4 completely for' lnd'vidu; l., Farmer, Partnership Cor.
    n... .*. 4-.. H.,. M St Paul St. J *w1 iw>ey. all of IncarsauenJssy ( ) ..' ", Estates' end Trw,*{. AUo uekfied to rep>.ient
    III'. Ie. .. ... .-. St. Pius Ortando.AH ; : Venice !.." In Federel, Ti Coors
    I San JoaoTrinity Saps SarrferdSt M. Joseph Brad"
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    ,* Academy Margaret Mary, Timpa- Ck.rlas St. Patrick Matter Park n.111..1 Ip Academy ] J. F. CASALE Sr.
    Herman J. H .r;'" St Paul ..Jad.......* St. Mary MifVUIea.Matflaitd ) Our lady of '''fl1 '

    i Sons Beach) I Help AcadmySacrwd MORT WOLF REALTY flLDG.
    : Lalrlaid-Saata M fasts LewawgSt Hear 444 W COLONIAL OK
    0 .... ere *.) .,. 1".1' "etraeL ... .. S 'A M, 4 PHONE 42V440I
    t. P.M.
    'I ....r lr.w ..* LEWIS C011 HUB School Aicittlae-M. J. M J-ph :
    I"*I'. aaase .. CO."n. St Joseph Lakeland Academy M, Peter Claver (Alta t by Appointment)
    Sf Anthony San AatMM Cathedral! PantaSt all of Tampa.
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    St Joseph Winter Haven JS.r4s Academy Nativity, Brand"aTimp ,
    .
    Mt 4 5..P5. Ma III Restaurateurs-We're 47 Years New
    Ill .III. St Monks, Palalka _Timpa ('. r
    Popo namos U.S. St. I'rlrrtlMirf-Rltbep Barr, lllh !School s1 TRY OUR DISCOUNT HOUSED }

    SERVING IliCk Srkwol. ttuirt the King .%. e.r .... ... /.r/ .. ....... M... ".. "
    FINEST ITAUAN O'HEIR Priest to Vaticancongregation Holy f'.mll" Moil Hi ly a ...&..., w ..... ,... ........ .

    DINNERS i HOTEL CHINA AND GLASSWARE CO. ;2-T J
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    tier MM F McCarthy of ;
    FUNERAL HOME
    Butte Man "a. an official *fOx .

    For 41 Yeah Co cre.atii>a for tile On .;". it t. continue; to lfo f.milio. of this; area with t"-".

    FIRST NATIONAL BANK ratal l Owen ,o cere, ceurtoty ."xj con ;idr',o We was hen .la Butt. May
    ." CifCvn> r.*ci AT WINTER PARK 7. MOO 1M atte Vd Carroll]! e r
    El I OH*. Helm Montana, .e hc.t.e; eft tale .,..".....
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    t.Aodnut.WI'.....,.., LSAMS. M December J"19S
    A...., Meb.1o HOIN. IvYeel/, After Uknn a graduate

    o.po.t; to/a/S.vn9; { Accew.tl/ClMcIM9 Accea.M degree to U* **cr at V* & McKINNONIN

    Gregeriaa l L'uversity: in
    PHONE GA 1-UU Rcoie. lie retentH to ftome ORLANDO SINCE l ItH

    OWNED I IYPJ. OPERATED RlItm1ElIR canon to study law for. and BM in doctorate l'X2 was m .......... New York Stock (......,.

    t SUSAN NURSEY lamed aa aMtataM at tbeLa 11I4 ....... pr..,.,.. ........,..
    WATCHES >raa SCDOO( of Law
    DIAMONDS jU CENTRAL t MAGNOLIA PHONE 141'.410
    JEWELRY i REPAIRS 14 Nwth 0....,. Ave. For IW ewrrevl x* >mk (
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    DEMETREE BUILDERS dorf e, the DuBum arrMxvrn 1.1 Fried Crucian Dinner $1.00
    who Is two secretary' of '
    F.mjf'f Bucttt O'Chicltn $3.95
    Dull 0& I-IJII the pontifical wart 01'thPropagaiiM .
    &lOT Lees W.sW
    of the Faita.y Fish Dinntr $1.00

    Shrimp Dinner $1.15
    Valentine's dance ,
    .y It W.COLLEGE;... ",--, I lsow a i.()< ATim xoi $IRT1 '011ff
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    piaaaed ... "Cuff's Caters' and #. >r _!.* A no Mil{. lib SUDS
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    the spiritual and material needs of thy flock] we recommend to thy

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    us with thy zeal, alld bless with abundant) success our efforts to

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    new Catholic nursing
    home for the aged In Or-
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    adjacent to the Mercy Med Great is the need -- will the resources catch up?
    beautiful
    ical Center on

    Lake Lawne. Prior to a recent meeting in Or- Chancellor Father Irvine Nugent assistant to the chairman; Father
    The lint stage of construe lando of the diocesan Board of right and Father John J. Lenihaa W Thomas Larkin Father TerenceJ.
    tion will include a three build Catholic Charities, Board Chair- MAW, executive secretary of the Farn-U,. Father Martin B. I
    ing complex connected by enclosed man Monalgnor Patrick J. Trainor, board. Other members of this Power. Father Laurence E. Higgins -
    galleries to accommodate center met with 1 the diocesan board are Father T. Leo I>Danaher and Father Hubert J. Reason.
    a total of 50 persons.

    The central wing will have The regional offices and the material resources of the Catholic Charities Bureau in
    the chapel administration of.
    flees dining, kitchen and me. the Diocese of St. Augustine offer wide variety of child welfare and related services:
    chanical equipment rooms.

    The east wing contains the
    Regional offices
    nursing section for 30 persons .
    accommodated in semi- 237 West Fors>.th Street 101 North McDili Avenue 1784 Highland Avenue 313 East Main Street
    private or private rooms. This Jackson tile -353-4429 Tampa 229-6185 Fan Gallle -AL 44135 Lakeland
    section contains I complete Mils Kathleen Reilly A.C.S.W. Miss Martha Franco A.C.S.W. Thomas J. Aglio A.C.S.W. Mrs. Caroline Curran
    nursing facilities including Executive Secretary Executive Secretary Executive Secretary A C.S.W
    nurses' station, examinationroom Executive
    doctor's office, special 2639 Ninth Street, North 132 East Colonial Drive 234 South ttidgewood Avenue Secretary
    bathing facilities, utility I M. Petersburg-382-4309/\ Orlando- 422-4569 Dajtoaa Beach -255-5861 Sarasota
    rooms and storage areas. Miss Mary Connell A C.S.W. Thomas J. Aglio A.C.S.W. Mrs Helen McCarrlty (Ito be opened in 19651)
    Executive Secretary Executive Secretary ACSW.
    The west wing provides fa Executive Secretary
    cilities for 20 ambulatory .
    persons Those requiring little Child care facilities
    nursing care will live in seven ,
    semi-private rooms and six .w. St. Msry's Home Christ Child Center
    private rooms. This wing 700 Arlington Road 3410 iliUsborough Avenue
    terminates in a large living Jackson,Ille 724-2031 Tampa S76-98UO
    and recreation room which Sister Francis De Sales S S J. Sister Mary Geraldine S.S.J.
    will hate a fine view of the Superior Superior

    lake. Morning Star Schools for exceptional children
    The style of architecture is
    contemporary in harmonywith 125 MlC'klf'r Road 4st Leigh Avenue 302 East Unf'baulh: Avenue Sl Petersburg
    the adjacent Mercy Med. JachoDl11e-72I.2144 Orllnd.-Z' 3077 Tlmpl- 3'1 fprollOaed IactitlO
    Seal Center Architect for the Sister Joseph Marie S S.J. Sister Elizabeth Marie S 5 J. Sister Mary Daniel S.S J.
    project is Thomas J. MaddenJr I Superior Sup ni I r Superior

    AIA, of Miami. Nursing homos and clinics for the aged
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    low shows the nursing home \11 Saints lIeme SI. Joseph Manor Mater Del Home Car Jess I. Tamps
    for the aged envisioned for 2040 Riverside Avenue 23.15 ukrvlew Avenue 1031 South Brach Street under construction.
    Orlando. Jachon,IIII' -31\9.4671 M. Petersburg-867-6323 "1)1... Beach Orlando
    Sister Ursula S.S.J. Miss Miry Gillaa Miss Miry Clarke R S 'proposed nursing
    Elsewhere in this special Administrator Administrator Administrator home for aged.

    tells section in, pictures Catholic the Charities story of Home for unwed mothers

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    Diocese for a roof over their Support your Winter Part Iherida Give them
    heads and trained personnelto Charities Thomas J. Agtso A C.S.W.
    guide faltering and timids AdminMtrat4 a day's pay

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    Every day this year at least 1000 persona home for the aged located on the property looking to the future demand and ground
    will reach their 65th: birthday When 1970 adjacent to Mercy Medical Onter Completion will be broken
    soon for the home for' the.
    cornea, and the United State has an estimated of the hospital on Lake Lawns' ia projected aged in Orlaada.
    20 million people' that age and older for thia autumn. Meanwhile Catholic
    Orlando will be served by a Central Florida Charities of the Diocese of St. Augustine U
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    This lad, severely crippled with cerebral of the students at the Tampa Morning Star clilenUlly, the wheelchair<< found Its new
    raLly la a member of Moet Holy Redeemer School above. Th aide U Linda LJgrrtwooil<< owner when the little girl who used' to um It
    I pariah In Tampa.. is prrrntly receiving one of many pupils at Moat Holy Redeemer .learned to get along without It-her picture I
    intensive physical therapy at a dwtant hoe- School who generously and lovingly assist lathe la on page 14 of this motion, showing her

    Vital lie prays that,some day he will be one care of our students at Morning Star, In. making her First Holy Communion.




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    M Py father John J. Lrelhaa It U here by friendly vlaitirg .

    QUIt religion places! upon each Individual& Catholic and help that the parish

    moral re*|..n lbility of performing personal St. Vincent 1). Paul Society,
    acts of charity.: The Catholic doctrine of the Mystical the Women's Guild the /Holy
    .J a holy of Christ imposes\ upon[ the stronger members of Name Society can do Its fin.
    est work fur the Church the obligation of protecting and helping the
    weak. those In the evening. of life

    t 6 Th. Canon Law of the the ititutlunal tick aged nursing we care for I .r,. all ear parish a..
    recognlxethat
    Chun h Imposes. upon| each there are thousands who rlelles, under the direction' .f(
    bishop of a diocese and each year pastors te lake. a peraonal
    and
    prefer to are able to remain
    41s pastor of a parish the grave In their own humet.A Interest In the aged .f(
    rc<|I.>niibtlrty of helping thole the yean go by they !I... your ewe pirltk.
    unable to hf'fphHft..vu.. come |peas active ant art unable Visit them Make. (them feel|
    The function of a CatholIC to visit their friends. wanted Comfort; them in
    Charities program U to aid Ttity alto boss many of their their de 'lining yean' so that
    the entire Church In fulfilling friends and contemporaries, they. will prepare well to meet
    Itt obligation toward U- in therefore Our DivineM.
    they are almost <\ when the
    need.our, atone and Irlf'n work li to provide the
    best service possible to aU West coast to have
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    he seek our help.

    r Our week U not a subutllele. two Morning Stars I
    for, but rather a ppUmmlU
    ., DM work .< IN HUH*?. the
    priests cad It.. MHWmU .! TAMI'AA new addition underway for the Morning'
    the (berthas behalf .f hose Star School in Tamp consists of a new wing connected to
    la IIH4. and extending to the west
    girls' between the classrooms,
    All Saints Home for aged One of the areas where the of the present school an administration office and
    Individual parishioner" can Elsewhere: ea the westtoast storage
    Suter M. Ursula who to administrator of AUSaints ful/01 hu or her obligation to meanwhile, the Ibm coo The building addition. at
    lliM In Jackaoarille, also U Mjprrintra perform Individual! acts of Is planning another Morning Tampa. will .be a single Ioa charity U through friendly Mar Sthoul I for tirr4tunalchiMrta | ty|-0 wbooi wad a
    home for the
    of the dioeeaan nursing aged
    dent visiting for the aged in the at M I'rlerttjurg. protected gallery and ramp
    faf the residents of the home
    ettewhere.. Many pariah. While Catholic Char The sew Tampa addition all abing the south wall.
    are la wheelchair and receive aetTirra of pro- Uei hat made great stride Includes to classrooms with ConiUiMlUMt of this J'f'oJf':1
    fea.kinal and volunteer staffa. la meat jean \a provide in- toilet facilities for Us and has begun.

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    The chapel at St. Jo-
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    burg, provides a source of
    constant comfort and consolation -
    for resident Mass
    is offered daily at the home
    and clinic for the aged.

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    children to us

    Morning Star Schools accept
    children who have special
    educational nerds. Such
    disabilities as cerebral palsy,
    Spinal bifida, partial sight,
    blindness, hard-of- hearing,
    retardation, and many typesof
    brain injuries are includedin
    the present program.For .
    example, in Jacksonville -
    Morning Star's programat They add to residents' comfort at St. Joseph's ManorAt
    this time Includes speech|

    therapy, physical therapy, oc. St. Joneph'8 Manor in St G Durst, assistant administrator; IP.N; Mrs Margie& Green, Mrs.
    cupational therapytyping Petersburg, the staff includes, back Mrs Eileen Ban biNi Coleman
    row
    and crafts) and music therapy Mrs Iktty Johnson, Miss
    (piano). This is, of course, In from the left, front row, Muss Mary Mrs. Anna Dll Williams, Mrs Page, Mrs. WI Lb, Mrs. Sussie I
    addition to the academic cur. A. Gillan, administrator; Mrs. Bourne, Mrs. Mamie Travis, Mrs. Berry, Mrs. Wan! "Pal" is the
    riculum.No Crotcau, nurse; and Mrs. MildredNursing Ola terry, Mrs. Joyce Stratton mascot

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    Residents: at St J< : ha Manor in The Manor has a relax g and cn jcy-
    St Petersburg spend tt:: in the TV able atmosphere which mans honxy I
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    is in for Cur -
    Construction underway Tampa
    St Jonrph's Manor is located in
    a nicest
    passable kcaM. Ambulatory
    Jesu Home for the aged. Cor Jesu, when completed -
    will mark another stride in the progress beautifully landscaped: part of St. residents as well a* those in "hc of Catholic Charities on Florida's west coast Petersburg. Catholic Charities has chairs I like to hart the Sacred Heart
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    more rooms t1' I w'i, ova

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    provide an adiition to it
    Jacksonville' nursing home
    for the aged, All Simla Home;

    The new comtntrtlon at All / "t' I
    Saints will arr min> Jite tlperton rn '

    The *new. ,wing will parallelthe / "'/ j '

    existing wing When com.pleted r \
    there will be three (
    sides of a quadrangle' of buildIngt d
    facing the St. Johns t
    River This will mike very 1CA 01 1
    beautiful ttte and gardens .. 1
    will be laid out facing the \ t'
    river according to plans ,
    which" have been made tAll ,!' I "
    The addition will provide -... ' for a new chattel, enUrge- 'Io,; '\ ,.
    ment of the dining area and "
    storage space \ 1
    The rooms In the new wing
    will be private, each with Us
    own bath.
    The budding will be of
    stucco concrete and steel. ,

    Central alronditiuning and 1
    heating will be previd-sl I.!
    birth. the old building and he
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    Architect for the building Is 1 *?.> ,.. ,. ,. 'aL :]
    Thomas J MaidJr\ ". AlA,
    of :Miami Saints Home staff, Jacksonville

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    Support yourCharitIes AugvwUne who staff All Saints left seated, are Sutrr M, Regina, Mr, Lenora TcxM, &Roy |I.y>e Wil
    IK.me In Jo kanntille arc h- l lis'il| by ....iat.nt Sister Margaret Mary llama, Mr*. Krne: tin Smith, MUM
    Father John J, Burns, chaplain, R.N., Sister M. Ursula, .,Irr nlalra. Ruse CorUtin LP,N., night SUJMTvUor I
    and others in b"r1nlll&ti<<'nll and tor, Sister M M"" "''u" ,,,,,,'"'" "" residents. happy at the picturesque survUor| background, with Fa. I.."Ia. j



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    thai year WM bn"lii..IM-J for r, ", i j' r.i' su>K"; >iC "f oar ui at t'J'' 'Ca\JI WM pro
    tt DM rurwr*; h..." I'/ a ni.nitxi ,I .,t is u.. s |I'd ruh Round the clock care
    jUvfebMOop Jol r Jlurl..,. The junior cbotr Christmas l ,.y nesU4
    least began with a party at 7 p m. unChrut (above) wr.* bountiful and visits Mortis; at All Saints give ry.ty par, k' f : ")
    .-...s "<-. mlifn aH gathered: from fait nix and lowed on'- made UMbU their prnf>iwi'in and worn.M t y..J ,H. r
    ar .i.i '! I"' ;" u>"* Af*, \'J (t-... I *,'(y ia J./ k./"Ule. dirty' ." '.f I llrr." : t.., II, /I.ft itU.. /. ar
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    The new Christ
    Child Center in Tampa staffed
    by Sisters of St. Joseph, and
    serviced by the Tampa Catholic
    Charities Bureau, is an ex. AWL
    cellent resource for workersin
    the Orlando Tampa and St.
    Petersburg offices a
    The compassion that the
    children at the Center need is
    given to overflowing as they
    themselves pass the difficult
    hours away from their own
    parents under the shelter and
    In the homelike atmosphere
    afforded at the new Center.
    The children are placed here
    for comparatively short
    periods of time when circumstances A
    have made it impossible Christ Child Center, Tampa
    for them to remain in
    their own homes due to Illness _
    or absence of one or
    both parent


    'I I Personal charity helps! I

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    Give a day's income to
    ...l Catholic Charities on February .
    21, and then, do more:

    Money is not the only way
    ::1 you can fulfill your desires to
    be charitable.You .
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    can adopt a baby,
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    You can offer your home asa
    suitable one for boarding
    children on a temporary
    basil

    You canlsit! the aged in
    their homes

    .. You can Join one of the
    parish organizations that help
    Catholic Charities

    .c You can Join one of the w.M
    auxiliaries serving the diocesan + R'tYYF 4Je
    r child care centers, the
    nursing homes for the aged,
    or Die Morning Star Schoolsfor "'"

    exceptional children Pet at St. Mary's HomeAn
    You can also remember in

    your will one or more of these addition to St Mary's Home for childrenin
    Christmas carolsThese providential homes fur the Jacksonville this
    means year and a constant companionof
    helpless young and the ht.p-
    less old the youngsters is King," their Collie pup.
    Girl Scouts brought Christmas spirit .
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    at the Center heard carol, from old Christmas .
    favorites to brand new one*. Holidays are
    happy times for children and those at the Tampa

    home are no exception, for staff members make
    happiness prevail each day, k

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    Members of the staff at the Christ Child

    Center In Tampa include, from the left, Miss,

    Georgia Jayncs MSW. social worker of the Time out for games at Tampa home
    regional office; Sister Alice Joseph, Sister Fran-

    cU Borgia, Sister Geraldine, superior, and Sister Christ Child Center to Tampa hap. slides and everything needed for good
    Kvangcliata all Sisters of St. Joseph of St. jiily has plenty of room for play The hard ikying: The Center will soon bedtbrsUng
    Augustine. Urge back yard fences la swings.
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    The board of directors for the Tampa tary; Sam Latimer, president; Mr*. S. Kri t; Hugh; Harold Davis; Father James M.
    Catholic Charities Bureau met for a late Mr*. L. W. Hall Father John X. Llnnehan; Buckley SJ.; Donald Huxbcaum; (toque
    I January conference: from the left, seated and standing, Dr. Joseph Flynn, Father Santa Cruz; (.. M. Talley and Matthew I
    Father Laurence E. Higgiiu, director; Mm Richard Wagner C.SSR.; Father Lawrence O'Brien.
    Martha Franco A.CAW.. executive aecre- Murphy C.SS.R.; Father Thaddeu I'. Me-

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    New Bureau at LakelandThe Daytona Beach charities grow

    central office announce a new Catholic Mr*. Helen McOarrlty, executive office was opened" In 11K)2. Residents" '
    Charities Bureau at LakeUnd. Mrs. Caroline mary of the Catholic Charities Hu- of Daytona Beach and surrounding

    Curran M.S.W., above, who ha been working out reau In Daytona Beach, ha noted the area have welcomed the office1 MTV I IAt
    .I the Tampa Bureau begin her duties a* execu- growth of services offered since theN

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    Cuban exiles thlnJ'car"t',i, < & 'n cr r r"dr,-, lnMn" ,' ,,t..r
    Helping of UM nation Mr*. Iktty HolAiina, stare U
    Young Cuban, supervised ffice I< Sal**. cue wi."rat l'hLkm.L
    MM JciKne CbanbBu- by the refuges program art aim"t2.ruub J. Aglio A.CAW., executive secretary; and Mr*.
    CatlwBc
    the Tampa Mitt Ue.r oUt the Lsl+ a UUaUUi. Nevttt, ease worker
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    \ have you helped
    WHOM
    .}"* So that you can
    practice the spiritual and t r ra

    corporal! works. of mercy)' in +,
    the manner most realisticallyfitted
    to the needs., parishes d
    throughout the Diocese will q xq
    "f give you the opportunity to
    t help on Sunday, February 21 E Jr

    On that day.. the annual collection r --u* ,4 A +Yu .. erg t "y
    will be taken up for
    (Charities. ,lour gift will, \ help' wvIN >
    I vr'S. both children and families. : iIL

    Frequently people are wore '
    k. Tied and distressed and unable I9 .r--L
    S.. to use their own'" powersto
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    face them' until the shock and
    THIS (child and many others are available for adoption pressure of( the immediate r rr
    The Catholic: Charities' Bureau In a li licensed difficulty is relieved The
    ,,(( child placing agency which places' children in family welfare' division in
    homos( for adoption. Recently, nome of our offices' have each regional office of the
    reported(' a decrease in the number of couples wishing to Catholic (harilies Bureau r

    adopt' As a result, the child pictured above U only one helps and(' problems people with to difficulties find! their -jI
    of many who awaits placement) longer than is usually
    (own'" strengths, to use the com
    suitableThe sidered for older children munity facilities, and to have\'
    policies. governing the rather' than infants. recourse to the moral strength Third year. marked by Orlando Ch rifles staff
    approval of couples for adoption Size of the existing family of religion, thus Increasingthe ( Charities staff at St. Petersburg Bureau
    are flexible. Briefly the (either' natural or adopted fundamental strength of The staff of the Orlando Catholic lion: seated, from the left, Thomas. ..uam!, Bernard Sullivan Jr. child
    prospective adoptive couple) is considered but does. not; the family and preserving& the Charities Bureau reviews the J. AgIle> A.C. .W., \'. secretary <<' !If fare worker; and )Mrs.. Evelyn';\( ) Working' in St.. Petersburg as IVyn, se-crrtary-receptionlst' (' ) Mina standing", Mrs.. Julianne Plenimoix! ,
    .should meet the following requirements exclude the couple. common good.Assistance Increase in the number of persons ; standing, Mrs.. Elizabeth: H. ake R.N., nurse and social I 1 1rker. members. of the staff of the Catho .Mary Cornell' A.C.S.W., executive' casework' aide; and Mrs. Jane I'tr'
    t : Be in good health with nor or help is not to they have served as they' begin the Nevltt 1 adoption worker. Mrs.,. I lie (Charities; Bureau' are, seated, secretary-< )Mina, Mary Dixon, family t terf, Supervisor (of children" In f It"- I
    The (Catholic; member' be a mal life expectancy)' and be understood as material the office's third year of opera Frances Davis, (office, ( manager. from the left, }Mrs. Catherine' r TV> counnultor and adoption service: ter homes.
    practicing Catholic knownto able to pass a simple physical )' relief" but rather help in trying
    the local pastor who will ( examination. to find out difficulties. and .
    give his. approval There are other considerations what may be done to reestablish //i.'
    Validly marrleo r r I c; long depending'| on the individual a person or family, socially ',1
    enough to demonstrate the .situation morally)', or financially' ,
    stability of the marriage. 4''tt')' ", n,
    These' will be discussed' during The family dh 1,10., offers .
    lie In a secure'( financial ( (he actual adoption study patient, sustained and careful .. .40
    position!) to Insure the proper which, although, detailed and exploration of the seed 1'.,
    .., rearing, of' the child by exhaustive\' Is a relatively.)' of Individuals and extends. ii '1VILLEI '
    Hireling'' social, medicaland d I c: I simple uncomplicated' pro. casework' It'nkI.I. them In FACILITIES JACKS S
    educational needs.. Cfdure, which can be completed working, out their difficulties /I //f'JO' cv I OFfICE/
    la a short time' CATHOLIC CHARITIES/ / BUREAU 14'I
    Have adequate living arrangements These families and individuals ALL JA rj HOME
    : in an environment The offices' of the Catholic: are provided' with casework {Diocese)/ of JT: UGUST/NZ/ .sr. 101." "s' HOME's :
    suited to the needs of Charities Bureau welcomeyour : service, budget' (counsel' \ I
    (children Home ownership"" inquiry about adoption. Big, and marriage, counseling" /MONI:: s STAR SCHOOL
    Is not required More and more applicants are for !the h purpose of diminishing
    Age is not a rigid factor needed In order to find .suitable domestic. problems, recovering l
    except, I that couples. over 40 homes for the babies ,health, and overcoming
    )years' of age should be con awaiting placement.' personality problems DAYTON BEACH

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    ) MORNING STAR 'L L REGIONAL' OFFICE
    i A full schedule it works, of charity Kalhlrra( Keilly ACSW.. executive..
    nr ans a busy t r.utine;: for the staff of tertiary standing, "MIM II r rend d a
    A riMfe+r" l lsr. LAKELAND the Jacksonville. Catholic (Charities' Page( case aide and. Mrs. "Msrgaiit I t I
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    .. _4 9 9k .Mm.Marguerite .. [Uoiman. ,
    : REGIONAL, OFFICE/ :: Dureau.- abated, from the left, *< retaryIn
    I lialllnger, ..A C.S.W1.;, Mix

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    PiT.$T.. JOSEPH MANOR Have you remembered iI<>_is agars... M IMS all the,
    srt lorsl. offices of .UM.. <'aliwla' ..
    t in will ? (lnrtlMM... ...... will tomcmkrrs !
    y1tS, er Charities your '."""" fit f .UM.. (I'sUt-d 1 Kuiwl
    .M their.. ... area These guru'
    + In a4Ml"fl' U )your (tit to Catholic CharMIe In the .UlMUS. racogRtM. tM imimr, "r
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    aaoNttl.. pariah. eoApctkin SARASOTA ...H"1.. those< P f""*** of* srvar., by" naming the Catrw>>>I... Lttamtag t. .. "' < .la "swlp' alley,,ale,
    Tampa staff meets at Charities Bureau .. romiiiuniil' \lf
    and Uw
    REGIONAL CFF&C (CharttM* I lirr.au Wi your will vr as the rtcipsont of gibes M >
    .Iarats.. .. received f .. Iron" Miss Martha }Franco(() A.C.S.W.. Salsa, caM worker tor.) Cuban rrfu-' graphcr< rcuptk.niat: ,. and 1 M( ft. \ (PnO POStD$ ) in "Ism" of fiowefs, when there is a dath In th* ,family.. imalm. .. .. appal campaign r."."

    executive' secretary!( of the Tampa gees' ;, Miiw Alice Spadavecchia, r fog,, Ruth Pupuy) > office manager and J Masst.mesvee)( ( .. .. '11I1) evpMMaon.. ... ... of facUHtes asrl..1 l aerates's. .. pl.as.. ._. tte 4ior>*a. lunch
    regional office of the Catholic trr home worker;, MM Georgiaa bookk"'l' arc i Brasrble... only thixmgh yimf ......+...ty. .oM.lmnl.... .. .M Uw annual...... ..>
    Charities Bureau, meets( with the Jajnca J ) Us.. W.,. social(' worker k ., lie ClN-"" rltM"- .rolis..., < *lien. .. m' all'1

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    TilE Catholic Charities Bureau baa developed through

    years a program of care for unwed mothers. 4
    Now, we see it further expanded and refined in an at.
    tempt to offer the best possible service to these girls
    who are in need. The Bureau, through its regional offices .
    offers a variety of services to these client depend.
    ing on their individual situation

    tlons Her worth as an Individual .
    Professional social work. in need will not be overlooked
    ers, trained especially for this Her needs in all
    work and dedicated to their spheres physical moral,
    task, counsel with the unwed spiritual, will be met in many
    St. Home Jacksonville
    Marv's staff
    mother during her pregnancy ways In spite of the grow- .
    to assist he' with the decisionsshe ing numbers of girls! seeking
    must Wake about herself this assistance, she will be Sister Francis De Sales, (using telephone housemother; and Sister Mary Nor-
    and her childMedical treated as an individual with ) is the administrator of St. bert, girls'' housemother. Robert McCaJJum -

    and legal arrange. a singular problem Her Importance Mary's Home, Jacksonville. The staff right, to maintenance en* I
    meats are made U suit each: as a person with a of the child care cottages Includes gineer.Successors .
    Indlt Ideal case. tained.purpose in life will be main- Sister Catherine Therese, left, boys'

    Living arrangements are
    carefully made to insure the
    privacy of the unwed mother
    during her confinement tin-
    ally, she is helped to under.
    stand fully what is involved in
    the surrender of her child for
    adoption, if this is the plan
    agreed upon.

    The expansion of facilities r t.. \ d, ... -
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    of the Diocese during the \ 'l ... ." ...::;::.:..a.""
    last year included the establishment "t'" 'i"
    of the first diocesan 110..
    home for unwed mothers It
    is Marls Stella Villa, locatedin y
    Winter Park, and administered
    . by the Orlando Office of
    the Catholic Charities Bureau 4&
    This facility meets a A rr 1
    long felt need in the Diocese. ( 'lit
    The regional office: workers ,
    of the Bureau were most
    pleased when the central office .
    announced the establish
    ment of this resource last
    June

    facilities such as this are
    becoming increasingly moreIn
    demand because of the rise
    in the Incidence of illegitimate .
    births in this country
    Recent studies demonstratethis 4
    one out of every 19 ,. Y
    births is illegitimate This e
    means that more than S percent
    of the babies born in this
    country are conceived out of
    wedlock We can speculate
    forever as to the causes of to a noble tradition in JacksonvilleLike
    this but can find no definite

    answer. all children the boys and was a Christmas program one of ten of St. Joseph In those early
    Who are they I Who are the
    unwed mothers of the 19GOi girls of St. Mary's Home in Jacksonville many down the years since the year of the work for orphans la
    A glimpse of the case records enjoy music. This year, pioneer Irish Sister of Mercy, Sister the Diocese, when St. Mary's Home
    tells the story They art all they took pride In their own dramatic Mary Ann, founded the home was the only refuge for children I
    ages, from the 12 and 14 year presentation of the song and for children. Sister Mary Ann under diocesan auspices.\
    olds to those In their late 30s verses of "The Littlest AngeL" It pioneered with St. Augustine's Slavv.
    They are the bright Intelligent
    girls in our high schools
    and colleges as well as the A.C.S.W. means
    school drop-outs They come
    from all classes of society
    They come from all neighborhood : competent handsThe
    :*-the residential area
    and those across the executive secretaries of
    tracks,'. the girl next door, the regional offices In the
    the far away relative or Cat'!-, lie Charities Bureau oft
    friend the bright and alert, '-t I.)'I X't'M.. list the Setters
    the dull and the slow The girl: A C S W after their names\
    Mho "had every opportunity ii efi" ,a] eorreipondcnctT .
    from the best fanuland '- ;) !- !lets stand fur AI< a those who have been deprived. .. e .:,f urMwd Social Vtorkc .
    moat t of their Ihcs Thom is c
    no common dcnomcnat, no :" mean that the F- a!
    one factor that Is found in t using them l hay both
    every case except the fact of a m-tr f' s degree 0 d pro
    j pregnancy and unmarried 41 f. '!lal! experience' in tuiialw
    state _.k;.

    The unwed mother referred Mako a will
    to one of the offices of Catholic 464-
    Charities In the Diocese Name as your benefit !Isry
    ran expect and will recelte a Morse Star School, or the
    understanding, compassion Mans Stella Villa St. Mary Home, or Catholic
    true hrUtian charily. Charities Bureau Inc or one
    Her dignity will/ be respected Marls Stella Villa Is administeredfor rice of the Catholic Charities Bureau. .f the several I'ro\1dtn1W
    agonies la the DKKCM.Lea _
    abo\e all other considers10 unwed mothers by Uw OfUiUo of
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    Morning Star School program was begun In 1953v

    | Archbishop: Joseph P. Hurley. It began as a proto -

    I facilitate the Catholic education of physically

    capped youngsters. Today, the programs include

    i ble .handicapped children because of the
    numbers who have
    required for Communion
    for help in this area.
    Our school is
    day very similar
    spokesman ex-
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    as folds -
    the program school day. We allow longer:

    period of time for the childrento
    not limit our enroll'
    cover the material in the
    to Catholic children regular curriculum and Me 4, y
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    hate some extracurricular
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    programs we fit
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    the title "Morning
    The maID objectives of thistype
    _hool for Exceptional ... .
    of work are to give the
    Bren" Tim coven the child a sense of accomplishtnent :t
    K of handicaps
    types teach him to finisha
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    11 1 lie are equipped to han1 Job to aid his skills of dexterity School day begins at Morning Star
    excluding, of course,
    and to promote accep-
    (gated or superior child table social behavior. Another school day begin for the includes classroom lessons and rehabilUtatlnn

    }i they have an accom- Every child receives his children who attend Morning Star programs. Catholic charities<< em.
    disability.
    :lC physical full share of love and under School in Orlando. They start their brace the handicapped<< children in this

    i *t the Catholic children standing. No child receives morning as do all other school chil segment of their ChrUtlike rtuleavors.Learn .

    prepared U teethe the the pity that others would dren. Hut a day at this .i>ccial school
    ijmrnts. Sometimes 11ii like to extend

    three years er more of We have found this program ', .. ...... .,
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    hk of the courses at Morning Star given by
    to children with |*r<< I.: 4 for handicapped children is is a great help
    firmatlon. These children, above are learning the
    coordination problems.lf
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    Staff members work to make mealtime a
    A visit to the Blessed Sacrament well aa other times enjoyable for residents of th
    Mater Del Nursing home for the aged in Daytona
    Residents at Mater Dei Home in to by the chaplain who offers daily Beach. In this attractive dining room, th-
    I Daytona Beach can make frequent Mans, hears confessions and calls on dietary department serves a delicious and healthful
    visits to the chapel there. Spiritual the guests, bringing them comfort and menu.

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    to fill the bill for uplifted'
    HpiriU. And the staff at Guests at the Mater Del Home atmosphere Interesting and pleasant cern themselves with the spiritual
    Mater IX i Home doesn't for the aged are provided with Staff members are truly I physical and mental needs of th-
    I leave out the slightest everything necessary to make the frit'nof the aged for they con- resident
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    A good of canasta
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    Miss Mary J. Clarke U.N. adminis- Santanullo, LPN Mm Anne Pueltrklge. .
    trator of Mater Del nursing home for Mm Jean limn. Mr*. Dorothy Mrs. HU1, a vmintecr worker at Mater DeleeJo
    the aged in Daytona Brach u assisted' Fox UN. Mrs. KUiac Baylor. UkalUik. y a gun of canasta with the guests of UK
    by these suit axles, from lift Mrs. .. and Henry Jutr... Mr*, Fox
    I'rnl'lll': M nag nan, Mrs. MUli, Jin- is nursing; 8UMuiir| at UM home visit' : .
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    r e diocesan nursingme tern just installed is gearedto themselves Josettes and consideration in her interviews beauty parlor. Correspond

    J | for Jacksonville is supply soft water for the There Is a fine spirit among and whenever possible Price Is attended by Iced

    i ler the patronage of All addition as veil the staff and personnel. They arranges a visit to the home Cross Gray Ladies who come

    ,mU Four Sisters of St. Father J. J. Burnt, chap substitute for one another andhelp before formulating final in groups of two or three
    of St. Augustine lain has seen to the provision 1 In many ways Duringthe plans This method is a great; front Monday through Friday.
    1f n<-ph Dora Hurricane when help in orienting newcomersand Their
    their time of a new altar since the recent visits bring cheer and
    ,ride, devote homed changes in the liturgy.In '. travel was dangerous the shortens their period of happiness.Members.
    the
    supervising maintenance man became a adjustment of III Saints .\uIllary \.
    looking out for the addition to the Red waiter, and a maid took over Round the (clock nurses provide ulpiiiinl and

    tereats of guest patient Cross volunteers a group of the kitchen, and helped in give every CAreII- no"n to furniture.For .
    Besides the new addition high school girls: from St. serving the sick guests their profession Clothes haveto this reason they spon.

    ,;:b will expand All Saints Paul's Sodality takes turns in &Klalsl'n ices are provided be selected, prepared and sor a )early card party
    e present home is newly helping with the eveningmeals. by the Catholic: Charities Bureau stored Beauty care Is pro- last spring they Installed
    cited inside and out. They don a light: blue The ioc.al worker as. v.Jed by local beauticianswho a steam sterilizer at a cost off
    \ new w al ,f 'ling IY" pinafore and rap and Ball E 'nod to the home uses tact operate in the home's 1900 and they are now tryingto
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    , C.:-rata at All Saints Home wcl- held for their pUaur in Jacksonville the event as one of their PriMh of the DIM; .*.
    "I'utunJ'r.n't"I' planned
    e, '1 t their pastor Monsignorr Thin season the the IThe serve with; the Priests
    I services to nUnKJ\g
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    Kathleen lusty! executive! Jll'i'n-: ary i.f
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    The Catholic Charities Board of the Jas *- Rim.h.r8SJ, the Catholic
    first inert- Chr... -n. Father dI'lsk lAA&han. The board make visits to the various
    wJU regional office held rU John
    the James Muli-ry fred tnutk in the arts to boW Um meet
    Home. from d'ft&A in ing this year at St. Mary'* John J. .
    kft, standing Io T. Bowie! Father W. tJlt'nlthecrrlA'1 Father ; ...ated J,5.) ),Ionahu.W YJp-

    Tkwu Larkin, Father Walter Bueebe OSuliiran. Clyde W. lOne, lira.
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    their Influence to bear In the to the common good and welfare to be admitted to graduate
    /CATHOLIC Charities, since Its formal organization lav formation of sound social welfare of all mankind.At school
    I the early 1040s, has sent students to various
    many policies in federal, state this time, we have three Reference from your pas.
    Catholic universities-especially the Catholic Universityof and local agencies. students in our graduate tor.

    America to study social work at the graduate leveL I* recent years, we are In. scholarship program two You should have an Interest .
    This scholarship programhas creasing the emphasis on social In the Catholic University of in helping others. This
    provided us with many of Others who availed them. work education, because America and the other at requires unselfishness.
    the well-trained and competent selves of the opportunity are there .Is Increased need .in all Fordham University, New When the student graduates .
    I professional people who working with other privateand areas .f social service. York We have three recent he or she is required to
    staff our offices today. public agencies bringing graduates ((19G3-19M) working work for two years for Catholic
    There are presently about in our offices They hold Charities. This Is not a
    10,000 employment opportunities Masters' degrees from Catholic very exacting condition sinceit
    In social service! through. University and St. Louis takes two consecutive years
    out the country while all the University of supervision in one agency
    schools of social work-some to qualify for membership in
    60 odd-graduate about 2000 We hope to have a dozen the American Academy of Social
    students a year. students on our program be. Workers according to
    ginning September 19CS. present regulations.
    This vital work of caring Persons wishing Information
    for the young the aged, and What are the requirementsfor on the scholarship program
    receiving one of these
    keeping families together Is
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    Cod's work and should appealto scholarships? may inquire at the regional
    all good Catholics who 0 A college degree (B.A, orB office of the Catholic Chari-
    want to make a contribution .S,) with high enough grades ties Bureau nearest to them.Diocese .

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    airships from the Catholic Charities Bureau University of America In Washington
    Her First Holy CommunionFather of the Diocese of St. Augustine, D. C. Pictured from left are Michael

    Florida, plan their second" semester L
    Supove, Dean Frederick J. Ferris
    John X. Linnehan of Most Holy Redeemer -
    program at the National Catholic and C.
    Betty Thsyer.
    Church In Tampa give one of the pupilsof ", un,,,,,,,,,,,, u",,,,,.
    Morning Star School her First Holy Com-
    munion. Sister Mary Daniel S.S,J., staff memberof Support your

    the Tampa school, assists the little handicapped Charities}
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    Patricia Neus will join: the staff of the
    Teach at Morning Star TampaThe Daytona Beach: Catholic Chanties Bureau la Julyas

    a lull tune caseworker. She Is presently completing
    teachers at Morning Star Schoolin school for handicapped children: from her second< year at the graduate school of

    Tampa spend some time studying the left Mrs. Kenneth Schleman; Sister social work at Fordham University and will receive
    supplementary reading materials In Mary Dankl S.S.J,; and Mrs her masters degree In June. This picture

    order that they can better<< provide Charles IlenseL was taken when she worked at the regional office
    education and care at the West Coast I la TamraWould .

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    - North and central Florid have been served for sev-
    era! yean by Morning Star Schools for exceptional chil
    - dren. Sisters of St. Joseph trained for this specializedteaching
    I are in charge of
    This building is the
    the Morning Stars In the perma.
    nent home and can accom. .
    . Diocese. modate 40 children. The class r
    The Morning Star School of rooms were designed for a
    I Jacksonville has been estab- maximum of 14 children each.
    lished there since 1958. It was This fact enables the staffto r t ,
    located on the grounds of St. incorporate a good deal of V I ff'
    Paul parish, Riverside. There individual Instruction into the
    the school occupied a renovated everyday program.
    building with a capac. Morning Star in central
    ity of 15 children.The Florida Is located at St.
    new location Is at 725 Charles parish for handi.
    MicUer Road Arlington, on capped children in need of
    the same grounds with Christthe special education In the Or.
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    Morning Star School's staff in Jack aide; Mrs. Raymond BuerVle craft
    Ronvtlle is comprised of, from the left teacher and volunteer aid; and Miss
    rs James L. Marron teacher; Mrs.T. Nettle Marie Ault teacher volunteerMrs.

    '. Rshaim teacher; Mrs Norman Victor Nlhoul, physical therapy I
    Keeae, speech therapy; Sister Joseph technician and Mrs. C. A. Kothnmn,
    Marie S.S.J., teacher in charge; Mrs. volunteer teacher's aide, were not pt es.
    Jean McAllister volunteer teacher's ent when the picture was taken.
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    Help them be carefree Is building Cor Jetu, a KM and named St. Jestph as a pastor in Tallahassee .
    nursing borne for the aged, Maser, Ilradtnton and else-
    Sister Alice Joseph, left, and Sinter St. in Tampa; planning another where. Now Ms priestly ministry .
    Michael, Join young volunteers from parishes in nursing home for aged In Or. Mass Is celebrated In theManor's Is serving the aged who
    Tampa In entertaining children cared for at the Undo, and operatingD homes chapel every morn reside In the diocesan nursing
    Ing at 7 o'clock by the resident
    diocesan Christ Child Center Blowing bubbleswas in Jacksonville, a y ton a chaplain Father William borne at St. I'etersburg.
    part of the fun at a recent party for the little tteach and St. 1'rtersburg J, Carroll a diocesan Priest SL Joseph's Manor Is a colonial -
    home located in
    jnN. The home Is !51. Petersburg who spent many yean la theHelpless a pie
    luresque setting. There are
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    residents: the lame and nur

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    : the rear of the main building

    Guests requiring constant
    f nursing rare are In the newer
    t wing M. Joseph Manor li
    supervised by the Diocese and
    under the management for
    the past four years of Miss
    Mary A. Glllsn
    Assisting Miss Gillan, . mlnlstrator Is Mrs Mildred!
    II Durst nurses "around the
    clock," and a staff of nune
    aides, maids, licensed pro
    tlcal nurses and a Isundre.

    f At holiday limes inch a*
    ThaakiflvlNg and CttrUlmas
    rae Ik* rflalag runt ,tables are
    pl Is s banquet style and
    gaily sVctralerf.

    One of the guests hat Hut
    privilege of keeping t h ehaprl
    ( neat and attending to
    the sacristy.
    Entertainment: is arranged
    according to the desire of
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    Cafeteria time at Morning Starfchool days' happenings roiitin In this than any of the other Moro-
    classroom give day.
    11n Jacksonville !is similar to a regular every
    and food leg StAn.
    any other school Sisters, teachers routine are recesses Morning a","""'"",,,,,,,,,,,,.
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    .. Mrs Mary Nicholson, left, foster mother for
    .1 Orlando Catholic Charities, open her door once
    again to Mrs. Evelyn Blake K.N Mrs. Blake arf"
    ': nurse and social worker, has come with another

    infant who will be cared for until placement for
    adoption.


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    I \ rewarding act of charity I),\\'TON.\ 8'(11Feb: Preparations for the gala
    ruary II, 1965 was a special cl'lt'bratlOltl'e completewith
    Mrs. Mary Nicholson has caIN for placement for adoption. The bureau .U day for Mater Del-our a birthday cake
    more than 50 children al the foster in need of additional footer homes. youngest facility for the aged. Since its opening, Mater
    I mother for Orlando Catholic Charities Won't you offer to help* On that day Mater Del cel- Del, besides" being home to 40
    Children are plaN In her home until bra H .Its first birthday. guest, has become an in.tegral .
    part of parish life and
    'f "'Jr't;' .;; .. ::1/:' ,:,,;_ .,' ; activity The Mater Del Association
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    Q Volunteers play' games,
    : C'ard.rUt letters, take
    '. guests for Ib vr rides, ami
    1 \ add thai personal touch thai
    cannot always be supplied bya
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    Comionaoty and attractively
    ff furnished Mater Del pro.
    f vides for its aunts gracious
    living and supportive car in
    I a truly Catholic atmosphere
    Spiritual need of the guestsare
    administered to by a rtl U
    dent chaplain who daily offers
    the Holy Sacrifice of the
    Mat*. heart confessions and
    visits the guests bringing
    ; them spiritual help and con
    olatKHi

    Spacious living rooms give
    r opportunity to watch tele
    vision., write I letters, read, or
    Visit with friends

    Large patios, and grounds
    that will soon be landscaped
    r permit the quiet enjoymentof
    or a walk, in sunshine and
    fresh airBus .

    rides, bear parties.IrateUgwrs .
    game, nailing
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    ... program at Mater DrL

    Check Morning Star equipment, JacksonvilleThese Here guests are. encouraged
    f t to remain aelf sufficient as

    : mm, members of the over the equipment used at Morning James Xlonahan. David M..Na> long at possible and U etw
    : \ Catholic Charities Board of the Star School on one of their. mar. William SutUvwx and John joy atmosphere their declining of years ian .
    Jacksonville! regional office, look frequent vuita.: from UM left Lanahaju treedom from care.peace and

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