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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 19, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
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50 no. a year[ former -]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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ST. PFTE1's.CBI'R(1-Archbishop: Joseph P. Hurley, bind up the wounds of those
"'01. \\\'I, ? o. 16 Orlando, Florida, Friday, February 19, 1 M'..'\ 1ORGod's upon the occasion when he dedicated a new wing at Notre who stumble in the followingof

Dame Academy, poke to the young women who comprise Christ.

the student body of the high school He counseled' The Archbishop' dedicatedthe

them to be aware always of their surroundings, giving addition lo the Academylast

House called themselves to Almighty God in this period of their .youth Friday morning amlt.ed .

in order to find out what by rather Lawrence S,
God vvanU them to do. confidence parents, consecrated Cunningham and lather Pal-
Their he said Priests and Sisters and rick J. Caverly. The Archbishop
importance ,
the other teachers who have
pillar of good home at this age in their lives been given to us. was celebrant of the s
stems from the fact that they Mass 2ts\;\
!belong to that great cell of No Catholic girl should ever .
through her in Fourteen other PrleMs were
tune
society which is the human go high
SAFETY HMIROR-Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, ample of dissension the lack family. The fact that they school without giving serious also guests of Father Philip
of love between the husband thought and warm prayer K. Halstead. "k'.pr.sUentol
are students of Notre Dame
at the dedication last Sunday of Enpintu Santo Church, Bishop Barry high School
I and wife. Academy he said, indicates saying 'Lord, what will Thou !:
complimented Priest and people who have had a part In that there is much Catholic have me do!" That is the and Notre Dame Academyand
The family Is a unit. Make approach of a child of God, principal of Parry
building the church. He counseled the parishioners on good in their homes and their
the '.mlly'strong. Make It it is the guileless approachof Father Irvine Nugent Mon-
Priests and Sisters want themto .
the use of their new Houseof lain at its highest possible strong by obedience, by discipline be scare of that He added: a child asking God what is signor John J. Mullins \'.. .,
God and on the strengthening strength, the Catholic home and by affection I His providence in jour regard Monsignor James J. Mechan
Always be proud that Monsignor Patrick Donohcte,
my
of their own families. The Catholic family is the I am sure that if we did our p Yi
there Is an Institution like Monsignor Patrick Trsinor
cell of human society and it full duty as Catholics in the During this period of your
The Archbishop said, in this but prouder still .( Father Louis J. Rentrvogho,
jour
youth, to Almighty
is the cell of the Church. If building and the maintenanceof give yourself
families and the fart that Father James Gloekler. Father
part: you God, listen to His 1
the family is healthy and great Catholic families, we
God is our purpose in life wholesome, then the whole could make the greatest of are Catholic young people. whisperings, listen to I Hit Inspiration Edward Mulligan, FatherFrank
You can seek and you can takes life all contributions to and spend some Goodman Father Mi
a new possible
society on Keep in mind that if we can
chael Cottrell I 1C Father
find Him here. Let this be Parents have an obligationto our country and to the world, find what it is that Almighty time In private conferencewith J.
Timothy Allman rather
jour house of pra)rr. As the them morality and Him, talking to Him and i
set a good example for giving God wants us to do, then wewill Christopher J. Kelly, Father L j
southern poet Father Abram in time of diifi listening to Him. \
their children. Abc.11, strength a be happy Confer with, Patrick A. Quinn and Father
Ryan said, this is your tryst. don give them the bad exArcht- GODS, bark pager those in whom we nave great Some of them, the Arch William T. Keane. Benofi k hoot
ing place with the Divine In bishop said, would be drawnto l Ji9

prayer before the Blessed the performance, In the religious Sister Marie Carmel I Catholic C'ttul'It.1\tilt. W ,;.:ttJIe )'O\lnl: women -
Sacrament you can: win I I life, of the great spiritual SSND., principal of Notre who :
are Ituht.I.$ { ,t\5St. ttcHlIb\Jtg at the
through to God and that is ,: > and corporal works of Dame Academy assisted by Central Catholic W fen.&huol named Notre name
what all of us are trying to : mercy such as helping othersin the faculty of Notre Dame
Academy loUt Friday, Archbishop Joseph P.Hurley .
do. The greet poem of Francis the search for truth and welcomed principals and representatives
Thompson, "The Hound leading souls to Christ in the of the following In Mass \estmenta, gave: Holy Communion
of Heaven" is another way company of Mary He invited schools !Sister. Its Man to students during the dedication of the new

of putting the same thing those who" I''elthl' vocation O P. St. Jude !Sister Andrew wing for the Academy. Assisting was Father

Our purpose is God. to heed It and help to ]NOTKK: I D\Mr:, buck page I
This church ran. 'be for von -
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where your fears are annihilated 4 1
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ST .UC.l'STINK: Father Following the church bl easing at 11 for MaiM offe by Father Bernard

Irvine Nugent has advised a m by Archbishop: JON ph P HurF. Dittnwn (a t altar)I. The Most Rev Archbishop Joseph, P, Hurley commodate 400) parishioners. Constructed tinned and! heated. The church Ismated

Priests of the parishes that ley. Knpintu: Santo parish toners gsth-: erend Arch: bishop and other Priests blessed Safety JUrbor'n J.l: | iritu of concrete block and ( In l'hlllll'lII'ark, overlook

place deanery nest;onferences week' :In three will take regional eyed in the newly dcdira ted bushing are in the san etuary. Ranto Church taut Sunday morning. stucco with acoustically treated big Tampa| hay I

"headquarters. The -- The church Is reminiscent of Sin| ceiling, Knplritu: Santos newly dedicated

Priests will meet at 10 a m., Daytona Beach drive set Vatican unhurt r __ lab _Mission I. M architecture!:. and Ne ac Y, ,.building, la both alr-enndl .. ... "Y. .
as follows by explosion ;';" r-;: ; ? yy {'/,: :.:,tf::; : .. i

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February 23 at Bishop Kenny Lady of Lourdes parish MTICIN ITV : }
High School in Jacksonville lIom.mld.b was es *# ? ,&sv i"X';>:: .:-;'..' >
Central Ifeancry-rcbruary IHVTONA HH.UII: A fund-raising program w under I 4nd 'd In frost of an unused f :':,&;/' .... (I' ": J.'t: :X., ,
Moore of the SWIM Guard I ; ,' \ :.. ., \ A
:( at Bishop II.gh: way to reduce the parish debt at Our Lady of I.ounles. doorway ,.,:\' "' '' ". .'\ < .
School In Orlando barracks at \atiran about >TvA/\>'-' *'.*. .* ". 1 .
Southwest and Nest CM. parish here Father Irvine Nugent pastor, has reimrted.. 7am February. I? but It did ,.y. ". ,.., .vK V/ H...."?n' /.r.'. -i r
Itoaiterlet .'f'bru.ryas: at Sunday February 21 will little d..ro.*... '. .... v, ""' I : .
1w r rent parttripat of all : sc
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Tampa alhotte High School The etploMafi. broke' wm- :. ; \., .
be the day for a general the parihM..ers using that .
In Tampa dews In nearby buiMwgi but ,, $
frmsl mesM of supporting 1. I'" 3 s'
The conferences will open solicitation.The their pariah through 1M OM dtd not break down the door ",.y i :.J. : .. 'lL.j' ,
with! a Man demonstrating parish alto "hopes to j Increase shirk' Is located on a streetat ,. .. .
fNMiday offertory envetope (.11...
the new dunces in the lit, the iwrrvtier of ewers Oie edge \atjcan City ." '
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nrg Talk will "be given on of Sunday offertory enveVr.sApproilmitety On Sunday, February 71, P'of'" pawl's prhsfe apartments ". J .
the sullciUtjofl 'j.. .
general day .
ecumenism and on the dine a per rest are three stories shove
eon <'onlratrrnitv of Christan of Uie partahwners are now tff>eoilm tejr tVt families. the herratki. The Tape,
Ilnc"trine l pT'firam using the reg.Jar parish SIM wit "he ratted on far their awakened by the ..pine""' J'
Luncheon will be served to day offertory envelopes The sufrmrt of the rimpMffs A sent. for "mf"''''I'IIIfI. When"
the Priest at the i 'It>" of aim of the program is to 4witeer. men's ewMMtleeIVTO toM no one was beet he returned

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Catkoltc Cardinal MooneyThe
Florida
ReportsJacksonville Sarasota Men and Mothers of

Incarnation Mooney of Cardinal Mooney
M.M. reports
Father John Lima High School are
meeting on February 16 in the sponsoring
St. Petersburg Church of the
church hall. that the a circus and carnival for the
Resurrection Incarnation, Sarasota, will benefit of the
The program for the meet. 81. JudeThe High School It
Father Joseph Barry has ing was a panel discussion St Jude's Women's hold Forty Hours beginning will be held on February 19
announced for members of entitled "Mental Health In Guild will have their annual after the 11 a.m. Mass on 20 and 21 on the school

the Church of the Resurrec Marriage. Guest panelistswere membership tea at the homeof Sunday, February 28. grounds.

tHin the program for the FortyI Father W. Thomas Larkin Mrs Donald Smith, 125 Evening services will be The circus show featuring

I Ii i irs devotion, beginning pastor of Christ the King Park Street South on Wednes held on Sunday and Monday internationally famous acts
a tan 21 after the U a.m. parish: Dr. Gary E. Turner, day February 24 from 1 to February 28 and March 1 at will have two performances

Mess:: Exposition will be held psychiatrist, director of men 4 p.m. Members and guestsare 7'30 p.m? with the closing of daily.
each day of the Forty Hours tal health for Duval county; cordially invited.In the Forty Hours after the The carnival will have mid.

Evening devotions will begin and, Thomas Larkin. a Jack the receiving line with 7'30 a.m. Mass on TuesdayThe way rides for the fun of all

at 1:30: p.m. sonville attorney. The panel! the hostess will be Mrs. Priests of the parish, concession stands, exhibition
The daily Mass will be at stressed spiritual, mental and Thomas Brett, president of Father Lima, Father Aiden booths, and a white elephant

1.45. I.m. legal attitudes toward making the Guild, and Mrs. John J. Foynes and Father Andrew sale.
The Forty (Hours Mill closeon marriage a success Green, membership chair. Pennella OSB will presideat Nick Chirico is chairman of

Tuesday, February 23, at Port Orange man. all of the services. the affair

7:30: p.m.l'athrr.Daniel Cullen will be Epiphany CIH Leesburg plans for Mardi Gras

the speaker for the Forty Epiphany Women's Club Catholic Daughters of

Hours. members plan a benefit dessert America, Court Sancta Maria Father Keith Symona and members up in the parish hall and barbecuedof

card party on Thursday, No 952, will sponsor a des. St. Paul parish in Leesburg are meats will be served at dinner from 5 t4
barred (feat February 25, in the social hall sert card party on Saturday e
planning a Mardi Gras at St Paul's on to 7 p.m. The public U invited
1' ather T Leo Danaher reports of the Church of the Epiphany afternoon, February 20, from
from his parish this It will be a long sessionof 1 to 4 p.m at the CDA Hall, Tuesday, March 2. Booths will be set

cards: 12:30: .m. until 7:30: 263 6th Avenue South, St. Pe
p
week bs folows: : Leesburg 5 to 7 p.m. Tickets will be --- --
Over the years Sacred p.m., but you don't have to tersburg. The donation is a St. available at the door. Daytona Beach
Paul
Heart Guild has presented plan to stay that long or to dollar Various booths and special SL Paul
loony different forms of pro- come that early, according to Chairman, Mrs Betty Gres. St Paul's Mardi Gras Is awards are also planned. Monsignor William J Mul-

jams! to the public, but this sponsors. ser, is assisted by cochairmen << scheduled for Tuesday, March Everyone Is cordially invited lally P.A.VF. plans the
sir we have come up with The donation Is a dollar a Mrs. Eleanor Wagonerand 2, at the St. Paul's parish hall, Forty Hours Devotion in his
something entirely new. We person and the public will be Mrs. Charlene Cunning. Leesburg. A beef pork hlcken: St. Augustine parish. He reports:
welcomed. ham. barbecue will be served from r.
are proud to announce that cordially CMSt The Forty Hours Devotionwill

on the nights of February 26 ;.. Augustine Court 23, begin here at St. Paul's
and 27 at 8 p.m., in the For Catholic Daughters of America with a High Mass and procession

rest High School Auditorium, gave its 60th anniversary Sunday, March 14, at the \
the Sacred Heart Guild will banquet in the Monson Motor 12:15: noon Mass There will

present a "Variety Show. Lodge In attendance were 95 be exposition of the Most
The cast is made up of enter. !guests from Jacksonville and Blessed Sacrament Sunday Ave Maria Guild SarasotaWomen

t;inm who for the most part, St Petersburg Monday and Tuesday. High
Guild The ( was affectionately of the Incarnation pariah In Sara.
are members of the or program! Masses daily at 8 a.m. are
Holy/ Name. Acts include bal. dedicated to the planned. sots were guests of Ave Maria Guild at the recent

let, comedy, singers, and mu charter members Miss Mena Holy Hours will begin at membership tea above. The South Gate

kill instruments.The Oliveros and Miss Helen 1:30: p.m. and include rosary, community center was the scene of the event
public is cordially In. Noda, for 60 years of service
and Benediction of the
sermon
Pictured from left Mrs. Walter Knit Mrs.
are ,
vited to attend. Come and l 1 1.k to God and country, accord. Most Blessed Sacrament. The
bring the family! Tickets may ing to Mrs. Ruth S. Webb, sermon on March 14 will be James O'Donoghue, Mrs. Louis Juhajz and Mrs.

be purchased at the door or .i; grand regent. given by Monsignor Mullally; Ambrose O'Neill

by calling Mrs. Bauer, Miss Oliveros was mistress on Monday, by Father Michael -- --- -
77118U1, or Mrs. Krazit, of ceremonies and Father Joseph J Madden; and on

7713126. : > Caulfield gave the Invocation Tuesday by Father Jose Otl. Cuba suffers Ruins unearthed

The Women's Guild and jj .,,, Y1J1 it .. .
Y MONTEVIDEO! : : Uruguay
Holy Name Society of Sacred Mrs. Webb welcomed the OrlandoA CANTERBURY (NC-Am.

Heart/ parish held a combined Guild officers, Epiphany, Tampa members and guests. Miss history of Catholic Church Christian(N-A) founder Workers'of the organization Young. ateur archaelogists havt
found what Is believed to be
Oliveros read several messages
music. In song and story, will In Cuba said that the
Officers of the Ladies Guild of bok Father George K Kelly C.SS.R., from courts throughoutthe be presented by the choir of YWC movement has been suppressed the: rums of ancient the bell St tower ofEngland's

St. Petersburg Epiphany of Our Lord parish, Tampa Mrs. McDermott, Mrs. George John. ktate St. Mary Magdalen parish of in Cuba, its premises tine's Abbey here Built Augus in
Mrs. Alice Scheidell)) of St.
headed by Mrs Francis McDermott, non, Father William O'Meara C.S3.II. Maitland on Tuesday, Febru leveled, one leader executedand MR, it was burned in 1168
Petersburg state rebuilt
,
regent, con
ary 23, at 8 p.m. at the Soro-
with and Mrs. Charles Caniff. several J.iled.Interviewed .
president, are pictured parish gratulated the members of and then destroyed In
sis Club, 108 South
Liberty
Priests. From left are Mrs. Dolores AI. here, Remaldo 153 during the Reformation
:mrt No 23 for their faithfulvice
Street, at the corner of Liberty
Pico Ramon stated that the
-- St
Augustine. St Melitus and
and gave a resume of
. and Church Street, Or. situation of the
St Petersburg Beach Plant City projects of the Catholic lando. The choir will be under present several Christian kings of
Church In Cuba Is difficult
ALPINE St John St. (.."men. Daughters of America She the direction of Robert B. because very Kent were burled there

/eUaJ3cl Tht all l| nw Nursing Horn St. John's Ladies Auxiliary Last year a Rosary ma:ving presented the grand regent Worland to Priests are not
Is the second group was formed In which with an engraved silver bowl permitted express religious
sponsoring an This Is St.
for the fmtit in Nuriinf presentation sponsored sentiments freely and cannot PetersburgEdouard
/
several members of St Clem.ent' from the CDA for
Hem C".. nual minstrel show on Friday outstanding by the Holy Name Society administer the sacramentswith
.
St. Pdanburg 867-4S7J and Saturday evenings, February Altar Society participated service of the court during of St. James Church of Catholic
ease. schools
23 and 27, in the audi Miss Helen Brisst'ttr the years, 1905IU6S.. Orlando.
4i4( 1th Strut, N-rth 3454 2lit Ave South torlum 63 Avenue and Blind was chairman and Miss Lucille Guests, Including Father The program will be narrated have been closed and their

Pass Road, beginning at 8pm. Drlisctte was the Instructor Caulfield, Mayor and Mrs. Joseph by Mrs M A. LaRue. The teachers Cuban expelled, he stated C. Craig

Many rosaries were made Shelley and Senator The choir will trace Church government now Contester and DMWrftrftr
f Compare Our Restaurant Equipment "Minstrels of IW! will feature and sent to different missions. Verle Pope were introducedas music through six periods, maintains a secular and atheistic

: Financing and No Down Payment r I the Catholic Youth Organization This year it was voted to also were the past grand beginning In the first cen he said.education In all schools, Vfttn M.UL Grails t

. rant tier i'.... ... ".,.r, .. ......I 5.l... n.... ......... f and teenage chorus continue with the project, regents present, Mrs. Charles tury, and showing the Greek The YCW leader and MtMlt THe
:< TI' qu'"r .. .1..,. A.p" ,...,... f "as well as our own talented !. with Mrs I Herman Schmitt Colee, Mrs Margaret Ellzey: and Hebrew influence said the
Catholics of Latin America l74tfc St. $.. J47-4III
t HOTEL CHINA AND GLASSWARE CO. 4'Ca J adults," reports the the new chairman The group Mrs Ix>ttie Flaherty. Miss Three turbulent eras of reform believe that
is 11'10; W..s .f. W. ..r.... ........111.. r'a auxiliary spokesman. She Is now making an average of Oliveros, Mrs. Aguiar Reyes, and change followed until the Church in
added: 50 rosaries a month. This past Mrs Marie Rowand and Mrs. the evolution of the modern Cuba Is undergoing a panecution
Special guest stars Include month the rosaries were sentto Rosina Scqulcra. similar to that of the
day :20th! music
century: asm- Name
Church Holy Church
ROBINSON INSURANCE Father Joseph Marenkn Miss Joan behind the Iron Cur
Hiveros
fanny Dee, well known recording accompanied elated with the existing lit.
star and TV personality for the Oblate Missionaries in by Tina Provenza, urgy she said continuing: lain JACKSON'SSHOES
JOHN H. AGENCYC@) ; HUll Cyril, Kick Mar. Mexico. Father Marenko was sang several selections "The dramatic contrast of

.3113 C.ntr.1 Av.. dell and Judy Johnson of the a visiting! assistant at St Mrs Reyes, historian of the church music resulting from DANIEL T, WINTER &i1
Clement a short time local court and President of
St P.I.nburt Tampa Civic Ballet ago these changes will be exemplified HOlpi..I. School Bonds
Donation will be a dollar Mrs Srhmitt's husband has the St Augustine deanery, by the full choral rendition DON BARDELLA
for adults and M cents for become Interested In the pro]- gave a tribute to the two llvin Vitorria's. 0 Magnum 40) Florida Tht.tr. BU9.
children ect and he too makes the < charter members Myiterlum" and Molart's St. Pt.nbur) MtMftr

Largo rosaries Father Michael V Gannon, "Ave Verum Corpus" Phone U2-01II [ 441 I CtMr-lAvt, UM1II
The Altar Society has held director of the Mission of Everyone: Is united to attend .
4 SL 1 alrk several moneymaking events Nombre de Dion, .
gave an enlightening this
% evening<< of education
"I 1 can give you a one word during the past year among address of the authentic and enjoyment. Frank Pierce
lecture on juvenile delinquency them the annual dinner Fee CatkoCcs Of rWU
Turkey founding< of St. Augus Jr Is In charge of the committee Cw-ty
n ( example, said Circuit the (Hair Style Show and tine by Don Pedro Menendex
ON NEW of arrangements.Brooksville .
Judge Joseph I', McNulty, Card Party, and bake sales Calvary Cemetery
!guest speaker at the February
The women hope to realize
CAR LOANS 11 meeting of St. Patrick's enough from the proceeds to Host familiescan M AnthonySt "i.wtel J Ctr

Catholic youth club. "Your air-condition the hall. Mrs Anthony's Mission t

THE NATIONAL BANKOF actions Influence others" the James Crulckshank Is the retiring apply to Church, 504 Oakwood Drive U. S. It at U,* St. N.. Ww' 16-421.
students were reminded. U S.
president corner Highway 4in\
ST rETERSIUHG. FLORIDA Parents were Invited to the ttrnokivllle, plans an Otto 0,.. t-4 ,.M. D,1y I .M '.).f. M Sandy
100 TYRONE ILYD. A tlh AVENUE NORTH aid students open
special meeting and Joined Ormond BeachSt. house and chicken pilau supper
M.mbtr F.D.I.C. members in a question and BrendanM .
Saturday
February 20:!
GREATER WEST ST. PETERSBURG'S LEADING TANKATTENTION
answer session. r i. Kathryn Garrison MASK ING TON (S- The open house at 4 p.m.
February 14 was Holy Name chairman of publicity for the March 11 Is the deadline for will\ provide -nportunlty J. U* I.Rtrt

Sunday at St. Patrick's. Members parish Women's Club, reports applications from U n 1 11 1 d for those who wish 10 do so to Pr.ud. t

). and their families received the following local notes of States Catholic families wishing tour the new school and
Communion In a bodyat Interest: to be hosts to girls and church recently opened, according
the 7:30: a m. Mass and attended Members of the Catholic boys coming here from over to Father Edward R, rsll

a breakfast at Car- Youth Group met in the social seas in August for one yearof Martineau 0.S.B.. pastor a

When you can't let Ilttltk Insurance b,. ion's Restaurant. Donald hall after the 10 o'clock Mass study The supper, with Hernando area sst.s .
inst of tilting or put physical condi Goddard. Holy Name Society last Sunday for Communion This was announced by County Sheriff Sim L Low. e. a rvoorJ

lions ;1' time president, announced at the breakfast at the Oceanside Monsignor Frederick J. Stevenson man acting as chef! will be / e.r..es. a.lrI.
i to Find .....
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worry 07 ., ,
breakfast the sponsorship ofa director I. a. ade a ,.
Club. of the served the T.IN
TODAY how Country youth on grounds beginning \ II' nor 1.., ,
1 fare.
UNITED AMERICAN Boy Scout Troop at St. Patrick's Plans are now being made department, National Cath-- at S p.m.Donation lassie.

School. Guest speaker for the "Navigator's Ball," olic Welfare Conference, under will be a dollar
can proTide C A f II was Robert Brady, organizerof the second annual parish which the international per person with all proceeds

for your Hospital & Medical Expenses the Scout Troop.A dance, to be held February high school student programIs going Into the building fund Parish PHARMACY

Chances arc far tkc cenditiens movie will benefit the par 20, at the IBEW. Hall. operated Masaryltown Guide
eyes
yell lih, so plan to attend the theatre
Daytona Beach. Jot Pact and
now hare I *B..... alt Mmbfowi unfits. ef party sponsored by St.ratrlck' his orchestra will be featured. Some :oe ytuths .f teem St. Mary
age from Knrope and Latli Members of the Altar-
Mother' Club I Your Doctor's
8Q it M3 ...... : The event Is a parish benefit.At Pmcn'ptioniWill
.. "The Robe," featuring Richard America will stove her this Rosary Society and the Holy
1Wtut J1MaC44a the February meeting of summer Host families have Name societies of St.
Burton, Jean Simmonsand the Women's Club, the guest Mary KI Bt Filed Promptly At
Victor Mature been ired Ur about half Church. Masaryktown. will
February
will speaker was Miss Maria Mur-
vtn pay the total. Join efforts In the
sponsoring
2344. Largo Theatre; matinee "Colleen These Parish Pharmacies.
tagh, a Faille" Gaelic (
you to stay well :::-.-::.:: : 2 p.m., evening perform for 'hostess of welcome"). This is the Uth year that ham annual! steak. dinner and
or
I+.-. r.w, e wI. ice. 7 p.m Donation: adults, Her subject was Irish folk- students have come (la under pork sauerkraut on
.. I- is p.. i 7) rents; children 33 cents the Sunday February 2s. at the
lort. Miss Murtagh. conducted in
an ao program
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d Tickets available from Moth *.
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with the *
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GET THE FACTS NOW *? ri; er's Club Members. and pianist Is a flight hostess en's Kork.parish president of the worn- DRUGS
organisation issued
- for Irish International The students all of wham
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New Cardinal .
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this
Invitation: Piece r4rml Sk fr* S lean
in Europe and will return speak English: and have meta Come J47-4I4I FREE DElfVlUTa
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P.O. lo I2I"7 St. '.+en .ri. FWid Maryland senate here adopt. altar this tour of the United that they show potential serve from 11:30 a (>... HIMM I MM. tor Pr-ri.......
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Pll.lt glee mt, ..*<*,.* t 'if/i*., Archbishop Lawrence J. She their homelands, spend a all art fed for f 1JO per adult HOlY NAME PARISH
donation
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to the rank of Cardinal St. Mary MadaJra schools and platts
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news Reds aboutnew censor rI ; ; j Bishop Vaivods revealed


Cardinal r heading Latvian sees noW


VIENNA: (NC-First reaction VATICAN fITC( ) A Lativian Bishop, whom
by the communist
government Tope Paul VI has named apostolic administrator of the
of Czechoslovakia to
the appointment of Archbishop LI Latvian soviet socialist republic's two S'll. Riga and.

Josef Beran of Prague to Liepaja was consecrated secretly in Rome last year.

the College of Cardinals was lie is Bishop! Julian Vaivods, 69 His appointment was

rr an apparent effort to block not formally announced by the Vatican but was revealedby
the news from its citizens. the new 1065 Vatican
r After about 11 months of Yearbook lira are Bishop Antonijs Vrbss
interference with VaticanRadio' of In
Uepaja now residing
Ills consecration took rlareprlvat.ly
Czech and Slovak
Barcelona, Spain and Bishop
transmissions, the Red Jamming t last November 13 Kaximirs Dulbinskis, former
and carried out with
was ut
apparatus has gone back auxiliary of Riga who Is list
most discretion Other Bishops
into operation. Newspapersfrom ed by the official Vatican
attending the ecumenical
Czechoslovakia received
TransfersOnT.bruary Yearbook as impeded.
council and even men livingin
here carried no word of the
24, Bithop Fred appointment. the same home with the Bishop Vahods was welcomed .
.rick W Prating; will; be *n. High School faculty greets visiting BishopOn consecrating Bishops did not by Lattlan Catholics
thron.d ts Bishop of La Crotte, Meanwhile a significant know of the ceremony at that to his new posts at a Mass l r"

Wisconsin. The 50-y.ar-oldpn- mlmloa has been soled lathe his recent visit to Melbourne, Father Peter C. Dolan, Bishop the parishes located In the area time Riga on December I.

l late *r.nif.n from the Sefin*, Reds censoring of a mf- Bishop Thomas Quinlan of Chun Quinlan, Sydney Barnes, Mother near the nation's space age "c pl- He was consecrated by
to dechoslovaklaa Catholics
KanMS, diocese sage by Pope Paul S'1 I. Chon, South Korea posed with M. Marguerite, Father LawrenceP. UL" The Bishop spoke to the Paolo Cardinal Marcus of the I.ahia Incorporated 1 into

members of Melbourne Central Redmond. Sister Virginia Mary students of his personal experiences Itoinan curia.Coconsecrators, the Soviet Union In 1944. had

ChancellorrRO1DF The full message containeda Catholic High School faculty, from and Coach Ray Robbins FatherDolan in the Korean conflict when about Si)0XiO) ( Catholics in a
were Bishop total of I
population some
greeting Bishops to the who Czechoslovakian cannot!>>- left Sister Kathleen Shawn Sister president of the _school was he was a prisoner of the communists Boleslav Sloskans, exiled million, '
CE SC Father
( )
Frances Imelda Sister Brendan host at a dinner honoring Bishop in North Korea. apostolic administrator of the
Vincent C Dore O P., exercise their functions and !Last June, Pope Paul VI
has been named first chancellor expressed the hope that the Francis Sister Kathleen Francis, Quinlan, attended by the Priests of Shock and Mohilev dioceses named the first new diocesan

of Providence College country would, have full del in the Soviet L'nlon, and Hush- Bishop In neighboring Lithu-

here. Father Robert L. Every egation at the coming Vatican Father Patrick O'Connor op Jazeps Rancans, exiled ania sine It was made partof
O. P., Dominican provincial 1. council 'session. This passage former auxiliary Bishop of the Soviet Union, also in
aid Father Dore will assume was cut by the state censors Riga who now h\uln Grand 1944. He was Bishop PetraiMazclis

his new duties July 1 and his in the version permitted execution Rapids, Michigan. ) of Telslal, who had
successor as president will be to be read in all pulpits Vietnam youth baptized before Besides Bishop ftancans, been consecrated in 19M la.

named in about a month. throughout the country. the only other Latvian Dish Lithuania.
The new Cardinal is one of SAIGON (NC)-"Which do you choose, the bonze or the say goodbye to my moth.

JACKSONVILLEINCOME the Bishops not allowed to the Catholic Father" the youth sentenced to death as a what, > the youth answered. a ii'wii' DO I C O it'' ii CC ww
exercise authority over their communist Viet Cong terrorist wu asked. He had less finial bonze moved forward
dioceses lie was not among than an hour to live. "is some Buddhist pray iIIiJ

the croup from Czechoslovak' "1 choose the Father," he said had| / !. '' The commandant asked Lo'mDES'
e.faSlhi la that attended last year's 10 M < I prisoner if he wanted this ga
.N.T [ Before he left his cell he
; ie.I Vatican council meetings. of the court martial and other So gave no answer, .. .
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i rw..e.ar.ra.. Cardinal designate Be ria was baptized. officials came. At S a m. In and 'e have here present a ,
: I Aged :20, he had been arrested silence, all went to the conthlt and a Catholic Father,"
was freed Us October, 1963, C F\TI)\ J\\
I p after 14 years of detention, January 23 near the demned lad's cell. Blinking; In had commandant said. "Which
Buddhist "lottitute" here, do choose" __ _
but Is not allowed U art as 4MI you -- -
head .f the Prague arch during the period of antigov- choose the Father," the

TAX diocese. eminent said agitation.he was The authorities I t ti said. RU1'iC& V?
earring
ll\\j\ \
EMPIRE ACCOUNTING la an Interview by telephone two mines, a grenade, a written Trio van Thong tIlt)
SERVICES 1-11 God inwardly Since C)
order from communist i
from Prague the excommunicated
724-0587 1 previous afternoon, he and V'3
r..a Y. ......' 0._ priest Father superiors and leaflets. On members of the prison SnQINES '
.....- .__ SMe Josef Plojhar told newsmen January 28 he was tried by
here that the new Cardinal court martial, found guilty of Mary praestdmm .. .
been for the '
-
con
may be asked to take an oathof under martial law of sub\er praying \
JNCtt loyalty to the Red regime. nice activities and sentenced of the condemned C) OF EUROPE tilt
JAOCSONVUfS f At his trial the
Plojhar Is Czechoslovakia's to death. hail declared that lie &}1I0LY{ LAND c,
ThunderbirdMtAUaiMt minister of health. Before dawn next morningthe j
He said the loyalty oath Instill Catholic and Buddhist mil. I no religion. C) '4/ !J J

mandatory for those being Italy chaplains of Chi lloa II was short now, The UfIOLlC UKUI illS ;, .
Strong Dvtkiout appointed to Church pod prison were summoned."At spoke briefly U the
tons, and that such an oath man to prepare him .
would In his have to 4 a.m. I was railed by lie CTAL ,
STEAKS opinion bapllim./ The baptized I
SEAFOODSUiltxmSSWAY be taken by Archbishop Be telephone le the prison" tom.mlnd.III'1 la the cell, fit Ing him g t te
efftct, Father
ran. same of Peter
(MaJ.) Peter Traa tan Thong
", ,,,,uutu ttt""U"'" said 5 20 a m. the military Cat.hollo Travel Offloe ,

Subscribo ,, brought the prisoner r WASHINGTON CHICAGO IOMI LONDON ala
now la the office the
commandant to the closed a.5 r..1. esii
-
\\U tt \ \ nutt "t"tASTERL.lNG told him that to make prlxiQ ,"'I', tht CATHOLIC TRAVEL OfriCC' -7," :'
sure of respecting religious to take him to the execu C) Dupont Circle Building. Washington, D. C. JOOJSJri !I.

[ freedom he had sent for the place, beside Saigon cen t. sled mo your free !Illustrated I booklet ootcnMng In ad.tsil ,
A 'R'MACY Buddhist bonze too. The pri market Father lists van .. the "wortd covering piigrlmcgn.

a. I.... r..e ..r..... ...uc" soner's Lawyer, the IKrelaryicoNOcAJIf t 1 went with him In the V. N'IM.-- -__..rU ---_ ql l!)
M... fn.f4... e._ ....-_. talking to him consoling ) ca
err _I.' ... .-.., ..._ .. ews we.5s55 God and listening to Mdre.e
.". '",._..... a.. .. /.1.5114s.a.. W1.aass. R t [-D'A 1'00MAheeat wishes regarding his fam C) CIty/lOll./Stllt.. ._- --- ell'.

5. ... .IT..L'.s. e._....... He'll soon ouooooeooucoooooeoHOSPITAL :
bandaged eyes, tied to
Charlie" will soon be well. In front of stacked
It's our Pleasure! joying his rice at the 80-bed the youth fared the

to serve you . knoll hospital located in ( squad. The Priest was
care for the indigent. last to leave his side and
And Responsibility
our e4e&eeSTSAK first to reach him after lie
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to serve you WELL! $ & SURGICAL
se se a.sa tweesa
Hold George Washington Hie/ To cut dioceses KM"I ,. met death calmly! not EXPENSE POLICY

and t". noMB: (\O-Plans to reduce ethers who shouted. abut
Italy's number )' brier they were .hut,"
gradually as."I( $30 $60
Pays Day
Roosevelt Motor Hotel! of diocese are understudy ... I'rleslcbuplala said. TO a

lath I" COfVlflnt by the Italian Bishop. youth war a native of a : for HOSPITAL ROOM and' BOARD ,
Oowlltllwtt JACKSONVILLEDEIHLT -199 H and offices of the I My\ See t the .. province close to I oven .Keq actual chore* ir UM|
Officials of the coMtatertal t '
.1 f .s.r i oIe II* was a student In
+w1i. 'OM '
r r of th.
f'OIIlrtl.tiolllnd set re-
second last year In the
.. .r., .ref' n.t..iis, tarlate 01 the Italian Hishupt' prlM | .. (Hung Dan LIFETIME PROTECTION!
u./w.I.-.u wiu K
Joseph MM. ., M9r.353J4I9 conference hate refuted to total nd.ry school This school: Pofcy !I. Guaranteed '......1.1. for Lift. Gmpesy tact,
I comment on a recently pub- A / h has some Vto enrollI centel policy of eh''.'' hailed/ article. la Itotegna's 2nn art Catholics, p.id! en Lin... ftetet can never be cn.ng.d icpt eicl a
I 2J4 W. For.ytt. St Catholic paper L'Ar e,"ire caw ( ) a Buddhist principal (N f .H /e i*

Italia, on the effort to cur ya teachers, about W ar*
tall the number of Italian diereses tucl I
s and these ins lode 7 REMARKAIIE ItNlflTS .
r But It ran. rtttaMy be Priests as parttim* Duly Motpitel Room *n4! low1 held Up f t.
reported that such s project ( <'tora. <>n* of the Priests ful year .f ts under study the ,.prlnrtyil the ad- .." .... Pope r.'d1 twice last "", None of the Sw"ry .....4,.. MI or ew. of .Kotpital
DOWNTOWN JAOttONVIUiTROWBRIDCE year spoke on the need for a since 1 had had any cofitvt Nur* reduction Italy hat K2 sees In .nef
the lad who was *s- Homo Care l to serve a population of 12 of Ou.p..i.nt mills 'ter minas ..J.1th.
mllkua France has M dto- .
lure seri e Ambill.eu Icneftt both 'r'
was regarded at a
fees and 43 million raUwtlrs, } studefit The teorkers ap (&enoro. hedulo of Hoip.ul. fir lenofits

while the mud States has as never Mired him INCLUDES 2 UNLIMITED! IINEFIUI ,
with. Catholic
U2 dioceses a
HALL In any quMtJWfiaM PLUS THESE AMAZING FEATURES
pupulaUon of about 40 million. .... Fine dam teea.QfI 'foe Mle; ...4 ...J *.u..t I

IIHI Free choke of dIsctu, .Ketorfol., iw'*oreeA ..
JASPER: war
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The Life of Our Lord God's world



Catholic Comment Son grows in wisdom amid Eternal patience favo rs mankindthe


moment I catch

activities of His familyLIKE HOW enormously patient the cross. It this not a tight pretty of

Pray God to avert tragedy !1st' For almost two accurate likeness of many or

all the poor In Galilee thousand years (Ito go back no us?

.. would have lived farther) God has been Instructing Father We are reminded here of

THE situation in Vietnam ii one of certainly an awesome responsibility in a small house He probably men with His Word Leo J. y t our Lords parable of the

1 the most vexing, costly and humiliating for the President plied his trade In a corner of and drenching them with His farmer who went out to seed|

Although Although we are blessed in this it. TrueAs his field. "Some seed fell by
wan In our history. Frank J. grace
the wayside other
with of there
country freedom speech MI
taking We get some notion of whata visitor from another the rock .
many have suggested Sheedrichness If a fell upon other
are times when we should also exercise did from the t
carpenter this
to arrive on seed fell "
planet were among thorns.
drastic steps, our country's leaders are our freedom not to speak. Qbvi- Jewish records earth and were to be told of Jesus explained the

well aware of the larger crisis which ously no one has the immediate answerto the love which God has lavished parable,
He did
From the Mishna, a codification but not undertake
could result from such major action. Vietnam. At present it is a matterof of Jewish law com upon us, the visitor we turn now from our cover all the possibilities The t to

The President's life must be a very tactics on the doorstep of the largest piled a couple of centuries would J logically conclude, hopelessly confused Martianor reason for our own particular

I lonely one since, for all practical purposes communist country In the world. after Joseph's time, we get a and variety to a 'This must be a very be holy \enusian perhaps we shall infertility 1 II something chick

he alone governs our foreign Although we obviously are not over- list of the things a carpenter point which would have world. This truly must a be moved to ask ourselves, each of us must uncover for

policy and ultimately must make the come with fear, our nation haa every made then, and we can takeit seemed to us unbearable. community of saint"Yet "What am I doing, personally himself

final decisions lie Is In need of our reason to be cautious.It as giving a fair notion of Meat would not often be on how wrong he would to hasten God ultimate success It may be an attachment to
I
for divine guidance. lie is in should be the prayer of everyoneIn how Joseph spent his days their table. There would be be! Hatreds still endure- ? for umpteen years God's sin and an unwillingness to
prayers One of a carpenter's Jobs was the lamb roasted at the feastof family hatreds, neighborhoodhatreds have been listening to make the renuncUUm of
need of the of our patriotism.To our nation that God will guide our a sell
support to off beams to supportthe classes as
square Passover; with luck they racial hatreds, inter Word-in religion which is the only Il'Kaltender
be the custodian of the freedom of President with divine prudence and roofs and terraces of might have meat on other national hatreds. Selfishness child, In scriptural readingsand for the possession of God it

millions of people and the lives of give him the strength to be courageous houses lie made doors and great feast.days, like Pentecost still reigns, with the prosperous sermons at Mass, in spiritual may be a spiritual shallow.

thousands of 'American servicemen is doorframes and frames for or Tabernacles. clinging to their wealthas reading (it is to be hoped) ness which finds satisfaction

the windows For the rest !it would be an the poor continue to hun of my own. For an equal number in a multitude of private de.
lie made the wooden boiled Ease and still of years I have been receiving with
pleasure
occasional luxury, get voUons no sense of SOCIal
ploughs the farmers used, of lamb the of the many, Gods living Word,
usually, pieces or are goal responsibility, no movement
Sacred Scripture one.handled ploughs-when mutton barelY! visible la a security the reward most His Son in the Holy Kucha-- outward to one's neighbor

I Scripture speaks of putting small sea of rice. Bread eagerly sought \VhathascomeofltalP It be
a too
may total
one's hand to the plough, it which might be of wheat or he discovered these This Is another question to dedi.
As
Lord all/ nations'THEY Is being literally accurate. lie answer cation to making<< money and
is
'Praise the you made winnowing forks, harrows might be of barley, would be facts, our guest from outer which because there there no is pat no way of to climbing higher on the but.
with
the staple diet, fish space would ask (again with
mess professional
harness for the plough. what kind of a per. or social
dried or fresh, when they logic) 'But why knowing
perfect
had been annihilated animals' and goads for if God ladder. It may be too com.
wear
by habeen
syria
that good things of I might
say could get Ili: the nearness hasn't God given up on you? son involvement
in small packages Babylonia, Babylonia by their stimulation; he made the Sea of Galilee did not Why hasn't He Just wiped you had not communicated Himself plete an la
hobbies
Persia. And soon Persia beds, bins, wooden chests to me in word and in person sports, or other pleat.
that
they
That is certainly true of necessarily mean out and started over again on
would fall to Greece and chairs and tables for those Looking into the darker urea
it often for it still had lobe
got some other'planeU"
which consists of Father
psalm 118, Greece to Rome But the People who could afford these extras, paid for, corners of my soul and assessing However Innocent an actlv.Ity .

just two verses but contains John J. of Israel survived them kneading.troughs, deed-boxes To such questions we could << the evil of which lam capable may be, it ceases U be

and expresses a wealth of all all the normal dally thingsin For the most part they ate give no real answer here we I probably can say Innocent when it extinguishes

meaning- "Praise the Lord Ca.tdot v r Why Because the one true whose making wood was vegetables and fruit. encounter a mystery which la truthfully that I am a better our spirit of prayer and cuts

all you nations; glorify him, r God had chosen them as His used were for Joseph to make Galilee locked In the mind of God. person than, without God, I us off from effective
produces grapes, communication
all you peoples I For steadfast instrument in the working out
1s his kindness toward us, and of man's salvation Surely all And a small boy would be raisins, pomegranates, dates We could attempt an answer might have been. with God.

watching<< him as he made figs Vegetables were plentiful Ve could that infinite the vast
the fidelity of the Lord endures peoples should marvel and say Still, when I recall God never rests from Hi
them' would soon be helpinghim -beans, leeks, and othersof love can afford to wait of love which God
forever. sting<< of Yahweh'a hand when, wonder and turn to the God amount husbandry. Ceaselessly He
would at last be a carpenter the sort which I personally for the sake of a distant victory me, I must
in 701 B. C., a plague decimated who so clearly manifested in has expended upon continues to sow the seed of
Who are the nations, the himself find uninteresting. There ere noble
V could to
> e point that I have glues
the proud armies of history His power and good confess His Word, the seed, of Hii
peoples who are called uponto no potatoes, of course, no tea, souls in generation and
Sennacherib and they had to and would be every Him a very poor return.
ness fidelity. The small boy inner inspirations, the seed of
and the
praise glorify no coffee, for drink they had surmise that God will suffer
Lord? live up their siege of Jerusalem Today the new Israel the watching His mother too. She the local wine; no sugar- a thousand sinners In order to Good, but not good enough Ills strengthening grace
and drag their weary would begin her morning'swork It will be a if His seed
but slothfulto pity
used for sweeten Well Mentioned
Church, stands as a living honey was achieve one saint. But in the
They are the pagan neigh way home. by grinding the wheat Brave In sentiment encounters us only a stern
act
bors of Israel. They have And even though God allowed testimony to the power and for that day's eating in a ing.One end we would have to admit" I but frightened or thorn.infested soil
love God. bread don't know when pray
of speaks of as the "Honestly why
witnessed God's kindness to the Babylonians: to destroy hand-mill, stone screeching on
His His unswerving Jerusalem in 587 B. C. staple diet, with dried fish to
people, For twenty centuries It has stone. She would knead flourin
faithfulness to the promise and to drag His People into withstood persecution from the kneading-trough Josephhad flank it. But the universal Pope Paul VIAsks

lie made to them. apparently hopeless exile, lie without corruption from made for her then light food, the necessary of necessaries

The Egyptians, the Edam brought them bark home in within, ever dying, ever rising the oven or brazier. the utterly indispensable -

its s. the Moabites, the a new and startling exodus from death, to the dismayof was the olive -olives for sound Marian theologySpeaking
later. She would bake the bread eaten as fruit, olives pressedinto
Canaanites, and more some fifty years its enemies For it
many many
the dally bread of the Our oil It has been called the
fell back in wonder before the All of this the neighbors of Is the Church of Cod, the Father meat and butter of the poor.A recently of the the day of their integrationinto Virgin Mary la Its moo.

amazing escape of the Israelites Israel had seen, and the Body of Christ, dying and rising There would of course have Marian Congress (March 18 the sole Church founded mental Constitution oa Uu

from Egypt and their psalmist urges them to reflect over and over again with been no such thing as running family like Joseph's prob. to 25)) in the Dominican Republic and willed by Christ Church?

conquest of the Promised Its meaning. its divine Founder, and becoming ably owned its owe olive tree the Pope made this
on water in the houses of the
"This .Is the of rediscovering "And shall not to
Land in the thirteenth century stronger and stronger not growing behind the Joy we give

B. C. Neighboring nations Why had a tiny, weak, almost with each successive resurrection poor There was one well for house, but one of s large appeal << Mary, humble and the little 'Mother of tie

bowed in submission as helpless little nation We, too, pray with the the whole village-It is still cluster of trees, each belonging PARTICIPANTS In the most high la the place assigned Church' which we have recognized .

the weak, scattered tribe became survived such disasters, dis- psalmist that all men may there-and It would be Mary'stask to one family The Gardra A congress will impresson to her by God la the as due to the most boll!
take her to the
to
a strong nation under asters which would have pause to consider this inescapable pitcher of Our Lord's agony was Grthfaemane. the veneration and piety design for our salvation.'Blessed Mary, at this precise moment
"ell.nd the
David and Solomon in the crushed much stronger nations fart of history and wait among women the word means with w hich we intend to honor of the maturation of the doc
gathered there for her turn are we, brothersand
tenth century. Even the ? In fact, Egypt was no turn to Him who alone Js re- "OU,Press.." her that Christocentric and trine on the Church, tri
to fill it. It have been in sons, who are educated to
mighty Assyrians felt the longer a world power As sponsible for it. may Church those daily visits to the well For the rest, we can thinkof this veneration' of the Motherof
which mother-
the (ecumenical) council -our spiritual
that the women of Nazarethhad Mary as occupying her' day God at the school of Holy
intends to give our doctrine because she is the natural
Father Michael V. Gonm.a first become aware that like the "vigorous wife" described Church and who feel almost
and our devotion to Our mother of Christ, our Head
she was to have a child. A In the last chapter of through Irrefutable experience "

Misei.a el NemtH D. Dix woman might spend all the the Book of Proverbs: Does LadyWe how this veneration and Redeemer
trust with this dlrec. of the coming
Speaking again
rest of her day in the house, she not busy herself with does not detach us in any way
which her Ih
tion. places In the Marian Congress,
but for water she had to wool and thread, plying her from the recognition: of the
highest and truest splendor Pope said he felt that throufl
chaptens in leave lt.Mary sole
Gaeat hand with ready skill* She 'blessed among ,.omf'n'-wl11 transcendental and divine it Marian devotion in the.
would have made all the source of truth life and
would prepare' and Impress on the congress Its Church will turn to a deepw-!
clothes for herself and hermen. grace which is Jesus Christ
flcmi&a catholic history cook the family meals. poitconciliar, r e nova t tine, Rather it leads us ing of understanding and of
covers for the brds toward
... moderating character W e love of the mysteries of Ms**.
With this we come to the AU that could be done In Him links us to Him, merges:
trust that It will
promote rather than to dialectic\ efftrt
element in the life of the Holy the home she dId. And ..h.n".tr us in Him as the Holy One,
Catholic Marian
Chapter SOSUCH Church was overly dependenton clpitated a similar decadence devotion and at theological amplifies
( F.milylhich we spoiled moderns lent contact with God only Lord, only and highest
factors other than religious in the moral state of thetowns that it will give it the meritof which are still In dispute and
was the situation of would have found most God in her soul, God playingon Teacher' and Redeemer.
zeal, particularly on economic population.The seeking true and frwUw10Urt'U likely to divide spirits rather
Church in the territory trying. Their food lacked the floor, Me feel Indeed that the
of the
and Influences As veneration itself than unite them.
political a
Church could have doctrine and
now known as the Stateof __. In the of veneration of
quasi state body, administered spoken to the situation witha pages Holy Mary Introduce us into the design "We feel that It ,,IH wail
Florida as the last decadeof under the terms of the Question box Scripture in the teaching\ of
and
thus effective
more of salvation
purer
the eighteenth the Fathers In liturgical ex.prtMlons. set up by to an ever more attentive I"
century real the Church
patronato ,
voice had it not been Christ in the
sense that-as dIf
opened. Two parishes were felt keenly the ebb and flow identified with the in the theories of has it admiring meditation o.
so closely been
Mob rule doesn't makeit master theologians, and in aptly said -- in content of truth which Is at
solidly establish at St. Augustine of Florida's secular fortunes. stale whose obligations were the traditional doctrine of the Marian dogma 'the Catholic the root of Marian devell,
When the state was strong,
in doctrine
arrears of .
and Pensacola Church' both Eastern and human cooperation tempering where i rfMiir
which the Church ,
was rarely,
all right to cheatQ. In the Redemption Issymbohcauy inillumlMtfd -
In Peniacola the unbalanced and
Catholic )life was a predominant reaped the benefits; when depressIng LatinThus
feature of the two the state was weak, the poverty of the town had may the study and summed up, sentimentalities wklck I
thus
Church's Influence alwwaned been reflected In the poverty We have recently moved Sometimes the Insistenceon piety of Catholics concerningthe offering virtually a synthesis might spring np around ft.

towns, and since I.hopCyril' When In 1788 of the ('hurth. both materiallyand from a small Iowa to a large restitution even for small Mother of God have, in of the very dogma of
I
v Islts, was more active ment employees at St.govern-Au- spiritually, at the time of city My sos, who Is In articles, is a salutary lesson addition to others, the merit the Church Father I Henri de "That Is to say, we feel l
than It had been since the finds that hitcompanions Lub.c: S J.. Mediations will encourage an earned ut
eighth grade against stealing of on the
gustine had to go without salaries Blihop ()'rll'. vlill. lathering around Mary,
Lsi
Church Our
Spanish restoration have a different Dishonesty seldom begins Mother of Unity, not only page 2421.) lively devotion to
for six months, the decay
Now the "fin de siecle" the devotion which previJsIn
as code of brhavlor thai thai
Still, the condition of the in the local economy pre.I Father llaisett with major theft. It grows. Catholics, already la many "Should .e not he glad that the and united tJgtcal '
approached, which we taught Mm For Instance different ways filial/) close to we have great
at St. Augustine complained stealing small Items Q. Must we tell II la rtmtestlon her but, God willing, also beet. led to this atIheailclly design of the Churl,

M. J. Murray frequently In his correspondence from a store or a truck, or If we d. not pray at Christians still separated ( doctrine by thf calling the faithful to a r*

about "this miserable from a parrot's puree, Is not the table? One Priest said tt from us, for whom, if they are authoritative statement. ( beautiful, right tension of true love and to M

colony" or "this dying colony a mortal sin, and so peril not was a sin, lot others say ft not already enjoying it, a rtwll the ecamralral practice of a true Imitatws d f

I Strange but true ," in which religion' continued be told In confession It ls is no mortal sla If we have great joy is In preparation' for Ihe chapter its wise.| |Bifrtl.ai el the Virgin demonitrs'xl
the
to suffer from economic nothing to worry about. The rompaay aid all are not Blessed more and more the in"-e*"

Copyright, 1965, NCWC News ServiceACCOM misery, from a political same' applies to lying about Catholics, we pray to ourselves I.tt.rVietnam spiritual and moral vane fl

administration that was routine ones' axe 10 one eaa bowl at Aay other time we Washington Marian veneration."

if it was not stagnant, a lower rate ale Our son pray together

and from the maladjusted feels thai these values are

U i A tarFe conditions of everyday life. wrong but .b\loull1I'ondf'n A It Is no sin st all to omit seen in need of

Civil officials, for their part If mine are not IM rigid. jour meal prayers for good 1 I r l"rid,1
motive. And whatever our
,
were stating at' the same time A. While the occasional ,
motive, most of us have far internal '
that the offered political
(peninsula stealing of small articles is unity
more important things to
Spain no special advantage in holiciloa
r not a mortal sin, a child confess But in these days of ,1t
the propagation of religion, problem facing the
should be taught rigid honesty THE communist Met
we might as well Cong raids
and that the Church was bring We must be (,lrf'rulnot to ecumenism nsted States in SouthVietnam 011 American
supported purely by subsidy Join in prayer with our non- installations laaspect. r.ewr.e .... rA...
frighten him and thus make ask Is a lark of that the Plelk\a\ area e
Catholic luelt.m.ybe Uu the
in an area from which in artllo .... rATBoue run nCo.
soc him scrupulous, but he shouldbe atsen
unity within the a new sad .
fact, military prudence suggested them to lead the prajers country more serious ... Mil 4lMin "
taught in .
honesty a positive which would enable Its ewn .
t..a.
I'.111 4mwrn' ..ttvGssrrc withdrawal. way, as the right, honor Q. Whoa one receives lUlyCemmnakm people to defeat the pressures The _SM.... rMM rw.Y.ta**
+ errs > e scar MrWNana.'fwr able, desirable and manly should. the secretary said wt are ."
response and
Ae0 r NK A.OpXIOA Aa for Immigration<< there Infiltration coming from 111 SoIIlh t'enam e.l..tpanw M t' s A.
54. 1110 ...errAre.IeJMY had bees no great' Influx .( course of action: as the way be \rnea" (A as U. the outside 1'f'1pCIfta. to in direct O..4.N. ... ref MM"IMfl.s
wArr ear wee r.aw wewr'd'rrtrwaa of showing love for God and UIt r nurfl" It **.
Americans I* give growth la acorn) .rrnea" (i\ as laah This was the core of that Hanoi
( the form of sew towns and neighbor in a practical way -as we said tt U. Utia). of the Mutton an analysis all1 ''Sonh o.ftJlam) 'no ",.,. .. r...... Y aI' ..-
I He might well be asked how fleby Peking have brought of t" c...... Pr-' ...'....
,w/4'QAiUM tisl IwmNti settlements. holds I: S. Secretary of Stale upset tII.iI' -MI ... tk. JII.ueal
When the Priest
A. s.ugbbors ..
amore a wn."w..w ., M.HMN0 he would like to have other Dean Rusk ia Soth. W..lf.r. CM*_ X... '
Ama.s a w.oi weAM And trade was effectively children stealing his things; the host before you and says only days before talc.. AIJa. -".",r .... M."" .. rripiM .....-..
a nA.Y(IMltuea'M'. stifled the The Body of Christ." your Now. these i.tf...L Ei r4IM .,
by what he .
monopolistic would think of .
.M N./0 Mwlk.' a"rnr. Wptc.oho par know tee capitals) .. *+.fl .M.r tk. A* ..dS. ..,
won wit Aor'Ao"teotier.OM attuoow.atrofl system of commerce enjoinedby cuts he could not trust answer should be "syeme4"the : PtrftC11J well 1thout t sits

the Spanish colonial system H. should not be given a preferred English pronunciation Ties answers are r from m al! persduenture tlf doubt

A dearth of money, want false conscience Never tell Rut "ahmea" is The Qvetttoe 8.." r*.- that 11 they lease their I.II"-" e

r retire.Alw of trade, and a lack of in him that v.I1I.111111 are mor also acceptable English, and diKlH. by MoMlrMr J. D. bon alone. the Aln'tK'Q' !... Ttorat 1! ...oIsa.rme.
*
_4 r Marrt.w. h.bttanllthe Church lived tal sins But he should be advised would be preferable if U.e Coaway, ..tI."II) ka... military. forts "1D tome .. 14 nor

a1 Aa4AYM' amidst these debilitating Influences to confess any sins of Priest Is still saying "Corpus rlimalit. Direct I ywr.MttlUa bfw Rick added. ..
...... ....* .... >
e .e. A acre 54'Fllw'sr"tt as the century nearedIts dishonesty II. has nothing Chmtl\ (''(*< tVa. **). lie slid k Y..w A_ ....IfFriday.
**! TO *OM Acccawta.n rw war. se4aw.enr.rwArn close. but venial sins to tell In con Anyway say It forcefully lo The Florida Catholic !1sOrlasd. .1..IIt. woall per. .
MtuM TV* n.o.e fir owaW. )'. The Second had been fenton faith and .. sad s I..d deal el ere w1OMoS Y..w'.r.r.
cecss son cYewtrcw, N 54 ( ems lee.eAarRRN Spring anyway; and stealingIs to express your effort. .. tie e .. ..--
aoo"wr.awn IS A lO+1AGr rrwrs"0Ai y (DYD n wm's consoling, but it was nut probably the most serious love "yea; verily truh. indeed ....... ,..........part, el the -

promising of these. ; I am witness to IL" 11LN.N It wen I' February 15. 9'l

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The Florid Ca.t.boUtFridar., Feb. 19. 1965 "....- p' .

,. Mass guide
Father Linnehan

SUNDAY. February 21

Sexagesima Sunday. Mass(

How 5 it going in your parish of Trinity Sunday) Creed Prefaceof

\t ,. .
The Florida Catholic is pleased to present another in greater their acceptance of to- MONDAY. February 22 Mast
Chair of St. Peter (
the series, of articles of the new liturgy. This week's them-and indeed their pre
Gloria 2nd
of feast, Prayerof
I author is Father John X. ference for them.
Linnehan pastor of Most Holy St. Paul Creed Prefaceof
Redeemer What is difficult for the old '. '
pariah in Tampa Father Linnrhan's comments Apostles)
follow: Is usually easy for the young. f; 23
TUESDAY, February
Those who are struggling to
N former days befort ,
| the St Peter Damian. i Mass of
achieve a measure of luet'eSIwith
A Constitution of the Sacred a doctor, Gloria Common
Liturgy when neighboring the fully participated
Preface.I)
Father
need
at.
Sunday Mass only
pastors met for a friendly d
tend a weekday students' WEDNESDAY, February 24
chat the conversation usually John x. Mass to see the truth of the St Matthias' (Mass of feast
centered about such subjectsas "
Gloria Preface of
Linnehubetween above axiom.In Creed
sports, the weather books, '
Apostles
addition to the usual features h
t
new parish buildings, etc Recently
of the participatedMass THURSDAY. February 25
however, such topics
a student commentator (Mass of previous Sunday
have taken second place to
is used at the student Mass in Common Preface)
the oft heard inquiry (tow Priest and people as
my parish. The student commentators e FRIDVY :X!
is the new in February
liturgy going they offer to God the Father
are trained by the Mass of Sunday
(
previous
parish
jour their I perfect gift Jesus
Sisters from the
among Common Preface)
The answers, of Christ.
course
from the different eighth grade boy I. To datethey'have SATURDAY, February 2T
vary pastors 2. The use of English In performed their
St Gabriel of Our Sorrowful
who have been attempt.
major portions of the Massis
duties flawlessly.Also .
Mother. (Mass of feast
ing to implement the provisions 4
a towards
great step
the Sisters are trainIng -
of the Constitution in achieving "that devout and :. Gloria Common Preface)
student organists and con. 1
t SUMHY. February 28
their parishes since the first active participation by the
gregational leaden
song r .
Sunday of Advent. For rea faithful" as sought by the Qulnquagesima Sun day

sons peculiar to a particulararea Constitution. ((11. p. 50)) It Is hoped that such trainIng Creed Preface of Trinity.)

of people some parishes will make It easier o.
have made faster progress The ability of the people U future pastors In finding Toward active participation in tho Mass

than others pray the Mass together U qualified organists, experienced Stresses need of
their can language Is beautiful song leaders and Bill Rellly 8th grade student at a lectern and at the other side of the around the IMoeese show that the

However In every Instance. and at no place Is It more trained commentators. Most Holy Redeemer' School, sanctuary la the pulpit where the young people are achieving a (Treat society lor big
the tremendous talk .( adjustment Impressive thai at the common Tampa performs the function of celebrant, Father John X. Urine- degree of excellence in lay partlcl*
and re-education le recitation of the Lord's And so, despite the many commentator above at students' deliver the in tho
han.wil homily during ration liturgy
the sew liturgy has been be- Prater at the beginning .f problems still existing, those /jeorfpatience
Mass in the parish church. He is at Mass ntudcnta' Masses
Weekday
tun and steady-even though the Communion Rite who attend a fully participate
It may be slow-progress kit ed Mass the responses, ----- --- -- VATICAN CITY (NC) -

been observed.In 3. The other changes in the the four congregational Pope Paul VI has told a crowdof
reformed Mass rite-congregantlonal hymns, offertory procession NBC hour Consistory ceremony changesstill thousands gathered last
the majority of places .
singing, commentstors
and done
commentary are HOME (NC-The National week in St Peter's Square
the molt difficult period is processions, different well, have to agree that it's that "in a society like ours It
ever for both Priest and people positions at Man etc,-are just a matter of time before Broadcasting Company has 'under study'at Vatican Is necessary to have a big

and soon the external still subjects of discussionand the duty of pastors as stated prepared a one hour television heart and serene patience

changes will bring about Internal are in varying stages of in the Constitution is accomplished program entitled "The VATICACITl' (NC) Whether the traditional Speaking from his window

changes that will makeus acceptance in most parishes. : "It Is their (pastors) Making of a rope" which will privilege extended to certain heads of state to confer and It will apply'I to those all Cardinals who will above the square the Pope
This not to
all better Christians However, it Is becoming duty also to ensure that the be shown in the United Stateson the red biretta on now Cardinals is to bo continued has only laid: "Those who desire the
ultimate of the be elevated to the College of
Is the goal reformed
evident that the more familiar faithful take part fully aware March 9 beginning at 10 good must be patient, toler'
not been decided. Cardinals of
yet at the consistory
liturgy the people are with the of what they are doing ac f m The program Is in color ceremonies of proclaiming<< ant understanding and generous -
In general the following changes, and the more proficient lively engaged in the rite and and will be narrated by NBC's" Informed Vatican sources new Cardinals said only that ,February 22, officials said. toward things which are

statements seem to be true in they become In carrying enriched by Its effects." Rome correspondent Irving It. questioned about the recently the matter Is "under study at The letter also other Included not good or which do not con.
directives for slight
most places: them out the faster and (I, P. 11)N.IN ) Levine. announced changes In theU present"Any In the Cardinals' form to right principles."
1. Doth Priest and people changes
prefer Mass facing the con. ,, -,,-- --n: chance would affect dress. Shoes !bordered In red While recommending gen
gregation because of the ftr., / only one of the Z7 newly will. no longer be used The crossly and patience, Pope

greater sense of union it gives -. : named ('ardinali. Itlnhnp As- black broad brimmed hat Paul taking his theme from
a'U.c.,., r'v gels llerrers y Urla of Malaga with cord and tassel In red the day's Gospel of the tarn

Ousts :, Spain gold, worn in Europe: as regular er whoso field was sows with
newsmanBERN
street dress, has been sup cockles I by sn enemy, acids
(CIA| United For centuries the head of pressed In Its place the Cardinals .
States Journalist Adolf Schalkof state In Spain has had the will use another of "The Gospel teaches us to

St. Louis, has been ordered privilege of bestowing the their hats, blaAi! with a red be faithful and at the tarn
out of this country for giving hlrrlU on all new Cardinals and gold band. time to be strong, to be consistent

up his job with a Swiss publication there The privilege also Other garments, Including and to be persevering.
1 exists In France Portugaland Tolerance must not be mistaken
Review of World the large: red hat with tassels
Affairs 1t Italy but tmly when the which 'Is placed on the Cardinals for weakness It is necessary

Schalk has !been Informed newly named Cardinal Is an head during the puh to be tolerant but It ll

that his residence permit will apostolic nuncio. \lie consistory of his elevationand also necessary' to be .persever

not be renewed because It Is"neither Revealing the contents of a then never worn again, tog and energetic In the pilOt
in the Swiss interest r !letter written by Eugene: Car. remain as before, officials tire of the good"
nor absolutely necessary" dlnal Tlsserant. dean of the said. The Holy Father added:

that he stay In the country, College of Cardinals, Vatican "This 'lesion refers to one of
A police spokesman here said officials cleared up what a Ban churches the greatest problems/ of the
modern life Religious 'liberty
the order ousting the American Cardinal of the future will
Catholic newsman wai Inline and will not wear. IIHUJV: (SC) Con.trur. and moral liberty compel us
lion of new churches In communist to be capable of adding tit the
Vatican
A announcement
with the government'snew previous
.ruled East Germany energies of the good even If
of reducing the on February S
policy is so rare that since the end alone If
we are even we are
number of foreigners Swiii- said only that watered. silkgarment
of the last war only one surrounded by bad examples,
would no longer be
erland. Schalk is a fr..lant.JoW'nlliit
church, St lledwlg's Catholic even If we are not sustainedby !
used, setting off speculation
who has writtenmany
built In the
cathedral, was a common order whit
at the Vatican and In the
articles for American
w "
soviet sector of Berlin, would make the good eailcr
Catholic newspapers and nag press on how extensive the Ust only three Lutheran -
year
will be and whether
change ,
aunes.A. churches for Fait Ger.many' .
other Items of a Cardinal'sclothing
Johanngporgenttadt
Entrance rite in now liturgy would be changed Stralsund and Klenhrrg
According to Cardinal Ttsserant
4-1,1-.1 eyes "As far as "Protestant or

.. emir-a_4t t. a_ Entry from the body of the the? John X Linnehan trachea' his above by Mark IV kor crow bear the uce's of letter silk, has officials been said suppressed Catholic{ churches are tonremed ,.

", ltwl,,," S.rvtee Church teaches that the Priest parishioner of Moat' Holy Redeem er Jack Zelenaky and Carl. Hen.sel only In regard to the the Is communist willing only govtrnment lit MORIAL

VA 4.1471 comes from the People of God and er Church, Tamps As the trie- ace lyteai, (;Jreg SrhniUlcr and tanKxk, mantelletta or long supmrt| or auttiorUe works on

ST. AU6USTINI represents them at the altar. Fa brant of the Mass, he la assisted Mike Rti inle-n, servers. cape worn over the cassock, buildings of hl.toritalilld cultural <
; A. ...,.,... M. leg
-- and the mouelta er short significance," aunrdlng $ ,

shoulder ClI"| Instead these to 'January 211 nnl..III1'h. Uf M A.*. S.. Ph. U74SOI
Remains of San Francisco'sfirst garments will, txt i.f red or Melt the publication of the

1. violet wool, del*'ruling! on the Evangelical: f Lutheran t ) ST. PETERSBURGCarl

4 ;}( 1.tftl liturgical sa nn.. \\nl.t"\ "U Church of Germany,

Archbishop reinterredorphanages. worn

FUNERAL DIRECTORS 21743U )R1(1'YMC) California by Pope Pius IX 1 II elementaryand ftime' no mention Is mad T. Bouchard Funeral Homo

4M2II TAMPA -The remains of San Fran and was named the first Arch ..U high schools: and of the capf mama or king
cape with train officials saW 117 CUAHWAUI-tARGO ROAD IARCO
bishop of San Krsneure when other iMUtwU,
rUco's first Archbishop: Joseph this remains silk,
Sadoc Alemany 0 ..., that see was erected In 18U lie retired to a lnminfanconsent T.t.phee.114.2111

JOHN S. RHODES JR. have been returned to In his II 1 years as head of in R|>.ln. where I* The letter, dated February 14 HOUR AMIUUNCI SIRY1CI
the archdiacrte he built a <-a. died in 1MR lie was burled In 2, was seat 'by (ardlnal Title
", 5pain to his re city with thedral and some 140 the cemetery of Santo Domtngo ran t U all (artflaals'

FUNERAL DIRECTOR Impressive ceremonies at. churches, four hospitals, eight pariah In \kh.! throughout the n..rW.FJA .

1721 Gvlf.TeBsy CUAftWATtft PW ..*.JOSs tended by the Spanish Am. BASHAW'SGULFPORT
baatador to the United '.
States and aU I3 aboi.. : MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME

Archbuhop Joseph T. M
KYLE McLELLAN INC. Cur ken. San Franclc's fifth i'iA' .1 .f Holy N."i. 24 haw" 'hl'lICe service

Airhfeithop. celebrated a solemn loot 11 A.*mi. SoutK J4M1II
FUNERAL DIRECTORS Requiem Mais is old SL

$17 W. UNION STUIT-JACttONVnil Mary rkwiTlt where the rat- r

C.elsaaeso S.,,;.. *>... IIU bet rontajung ArthMshop t PHONI 177-7114
R 1-19" Alemaay's remains was taken t J--

before burial Cross
is Holy
Cemetery. A. P. BOZA tVWIDf CHAPEL

i BRETT FUNERAL HOME Father John B, McGWn JlOt N. ARMENIA AVt
Si. profeitnr of history at TAMPA 7, FLORIDAS
J4MIOI .2 AMIUtANCI SWVtCIOB the twvermy of Cabfontia

and bwgrapeier of Archbishop
Alemaay. dcttvered the eulogy
at the Mill The Mar slsJ art .rn"1 St. rVtriWf" smXes Fee 40 Y"'1

< Merry' del Val the Spanish

ambassador was araesg JOHN S. RHODES, ,Inc., Funeral Dir.d raAM.UlANCI
.
.. r. M.
,as e..1 an. those presentReports
e..... a, -
.. SIRVICE
w. V...e.-c e.... ... ..... said the ,"Ial. !
body was eshumH M Jan-

vary a la the "age of Vkh.

Funtral Home northern )pain. Church and l
llaigb.Black> Civil authorises of Barcelona
and Wh. attended a S4mn
H* Vf Mats offered m the cathedralat

Wh \by Mishap Ramon Ma- .r

ir'WJIIE soon Bt ie4a of Vie).
*
.... Arrhbietop Al'r'Ua was At the Offertory, people sit

...., ., ... hors to Vic Ia 111. He j Joinedthe
., Domtairans end went tth During the Offertor I hymn>> Tiring dresser Church above in Tsmpa.A' .

I anted: Stairs when he U the Ird your offer ign. adore Him <4yte. are .pirtttrwf at the Offertory
KXCOul" vat dated. pr rs cil t4 M* tat this holy ptoe," 'f 4 E. ssV taMesslMerlH. Mlrbl. ,* V J mow. .J.. r... 0.,... 4sh S4.170s A.*. N.,th lil US

MACH-a :-477lASSOOATI [kmnwaa, previsre ton AU N.. 'he4N Wart Chapel, toO 4ttS St. Ne. 1474121Five
161 .wse'.sf-OATTONA hosed in Teror,w. Is w.o hewas the- ourr time h/-y .r. .**tH fur rflreHor "f the arb.d. trvle a h..11 ,

. FWMAl D.IECTC. appointed hboptie\ hymn visifmf at the Most, Holy Ito. tlnklrrn at Mass ut aigt'g.

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Sit The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb 19, 1965

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Bishop Kenny
S\"AXS.\II-Studl.'nt groups from Gainesville. Tallahassee Andrea Roth, treasurer: and

I and Tampa recently attended the southeastern Barbara Corkrey, external High School

province convention of the National Newman Club Fed. affairs vice-chairman.

oration, which was held in Another member of the 4 u ? JUKSONMLLE-Clalre Jo
Curl has reported on the recent
February University of Florida delega-
Savannah Georgia, a .
National
k induction ,into the
tion, Angela Lindsay, won
:5 to 7.Convening. Honor Society at Bishop
second place in the essay
for the annual School
Kenny High :
contest in connection with
meeting were representatives the convention with her P! a The Bishop Kenny Chapter

from Newman organizations thoughts on "Why every Calla of the National Honor Society
the states of Florida 58
throughout conferred membership on
olic student should be a memo
Georgia North and South ber of the Newman Club" students on February 5 in a
.
Carolina. The purpose of the ceremony held in the school
convention was twofold: to The Gainesville NewmanClub gv.mnasium. Witnessed by

promote the national themeof draws its members w. >ro the entire faculty staff, and
the lay apostolate and to from the largest Catholic student ,o student body, the ceremony
elect) officers who will direct Father Father population on a secular 4M. followed the pattern of the

the work of the province for .'rank1.: Norman G. campus in the Southeast, 2500 4 traditional services conducted .

the year 1965-66. Mouch Balthazar Catholic -students. These students w r,, annually to admit students

Speakers at the conventionwere "Emerging Layman and are served by the Cath. d ., Into the honorary club

the distinguished laymen Workman." olic student center built Bishop Kenny's president.
through the of all a 6NScholarships >
generosity Mortimer Danaher
Father
Martin Work and Edward Mr. Kirchner pointed out
the Catholics of this Diocese. opened the services with a
J. Klrchner.Mr .
from his international travels
Religious, educational and social brief prayer. William Sullivan .
how various Catholic students
Work, executive director programs are offered by i president of the N.H,S.,
of the National Council of are being called upon to per the three Priests of the Di- a then delivered a brief intro-

Catholic Men and lay expertat form rather important functions ocese who staff the center: F ductory speech in which he

the Vatican Council, spoke in their own emerging Father Frank M. Mouch, Father expounded on the various requirements -
countries, lie .
on the "Lay Apostolate in gave examples.For Jerome A. Carosella and for entrance Into
instance, in Africa, young '
America Today. Father Manuel Couto.
the society.
Catholic students are being :
The director of Interna. Foremost among these ne
appointed ministers of education Florida State :
tional affairs of AID, Mr. University awarded to Kenny ceisities is scholarship. According
before
they even get rapidly growing In student group
Kirchner, discussed the to the rules of thechapter
their college degrees. Mr. population, brought the largest -
Kirchner then drew the comparison Florida delegation to the Bishop Kenny High School students Karen Verse, Judith Hankins, and the others received state teach. students must

Student laudedNEW that as the layman is Savannah ,convention. who were awarded state Dudley Kay, Elizabeth Boyd, Patricia ing scholarships, reports Father achieve and maintain a 90

emerging in our country too nursing and teaching scholarshipsthis Boote, Constance Regan, Mortimer Danaher, above, school average.

ORLEA S-Vlctor J. there will be responsibilities Priests at the Tallahassee year were, from left, Patricia Ruth Maunert, Mitchell Toney Jr president Sister Thomas Joseph In addition to a high scho-
Salzer of Jacksonville has for him. ,school are Father Norman G. and Jean Misses lastlc average, the studentsare
Curie
Tyler, Kathleen Krefe, Carolyn King. and 8.8.J. pictured, is the principal.
been named outstanding student Also speaking before the Balthazar, Father Anton C. Byrd, Larkin Fore, Claire Jo Curl, Kecfe won nursing scholarships expected to rank high la
in freshman physics at convention was Bishop Thomas Dechering and Father Thom three other areas leader.shlp
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J, McDonough, of Savannah as G. Moore. ." ,.." ..,..,..," ", 'On"" character, and sen'Ice.

a who offered a high Father Mouch and Father Support Bishop Moore Father Lopez Jensen BeachSt.
to their
Prior
yourChanties acceptanceInto
Mass and spoke on "Workers Balthazar attended the 'con.
School Joseph College the society, the eligible
For Christ," at a Com vention. High High School
.. .. .. Sister Mary Jerome Danese boys and girls were gradedon
breakfast .
munion following, ,, ,
Victor J. >V \ V V VV """ M
I)\nos.\ BEACH-Daniel
M which closed the conventionon Father Christian Malone, OKLVNDO Bill Dunn reports S.S.J., academic dean of St. each of these points by

5alzrrDaytona fc" Sunday, aoutheastera province chap St. MaryMagdalen that Tom Donniol, swim Hogan is the reporter from Joseph College In Jensen members of the school fac

lain and coordinator of the ming coach at Bishop Moore, Father Lopez High School and Beach, Florida, was invited ulty.Alter

The Newman province organization convention, pointed out to the SchoolIfAITLASIChlldren has had his crew practicing this week he sent this newt by the National Council of explaining the pur-
serves the purposeof participating students their Teachers of English to participate pose and requirements of the
maintaining( closer contact responsibilities as Catholicson of St. earnestly for the coming sea from his school.At in a conference on the society, William lighted one

Loyola University in New with the national federation.The their respective campuses.The Mary Magdalen School participated son. The Hornets placed second the conclusion of the development of Junior College\ : big candle symbolizing the

Orleans He was presented a province officers carry delegates were encouraged in a flag raising ceremony in the Metro Conferencelast first semester, an honor assembly programs in English: In he gift of knowledge. From this

scroll by the Chemical Rub out programs! and projects of to study with the Vatican on Friday, February 12. year" and they plan to was held. candle four other smaller

ber Company of Cleveland national, regional and local Council, the place of the A flag for the new school was take the crown this year. ones, representing the four
presented during the cere- Coach Bonniol has most of Out of enrollment of :MS
along with a of its interest. layman in the Church and the an characteristics of a National
"Handbook of Physics copy and world, to seize upon the tasks mony to Father Hubert J. last year's squad returning, 35 students received first honors Sister Honor Society member, were

Chemistry." Two members of the University ahead and to make Catholic Reason by members of the including Frank Patrick and ((90 or better In each subject lighted by Susan Bordenca

The son of Mr, and Mrs. of Florida and Gainesville life on the secular campus South Seminole Auxiliary of Mary Sheahan, both of whomare ) and 30 students received MarT vice president: Carolyn Byrd

George V. Salzer Jr.. 1432 delegations were electedto strong and understandable to the Veterans of Foreign Wars state champions In their second honors lIS( or better In secretary, Greg Solomon

Lakewood Road, he Is a grad serve as province officers: others. Post 8207. respective events So with this each subject). Jerome treasurer, and Larkin Fore.
depth, the Hornet's chances Each of these students alsopresented
uate of Bishop Kenny High
look James O'Donnell has been
certainly bright. brief talk
School a explaining
accepted by the University of
The Mardi Gras dance will
the meaning of the four
Pittsburgh, the University of
held at Arizona Mate University
be held February 27, in the requirements.The .
Florida and
Georgia Tech.
BeachPRINTING Bishop Moore cafeteria Plans February 2123. The purpose students who achieved
lie has been accepted 'into the
s are already being made by of the three-day meetingis membership this year are:
i
'the hardworking sophomoreswho cooperative program at to bring\ together leaders in Frances Albano, Mary Ja
Georgia Tech and has been I
t put on this dance annually college English and higher Allred. Rosemary Anania,
invited Into the Individual
It promises to be an canting education for a careful analysis Pat Beret, Helen Byrd Ann
honors at the University !
program
Letter Press and Offset evening The music will of Florida. of present and forces Callahan Jane Anne Carl'Y.Kathy ,

Couchman Printing Co. be furnished by the Flaming able problems and concernsIn Chamberlain, Nancy

t. III.....,., near Tempos James Is also competing In teaching English in the two- Collier Charlotte Cooney. JoAnn

CL 2-4284 138 Magnolia The Moore Memories yearbook the Pan.American Petroleum year college. Curl, Donna Damato,
staff has been working Foundation honor scholarship Doctor J. W. Archer, chairman Patricia Hearing Cynthia de-

furiously to' meet the publish program at Florida State Uni department of English. Padua, Patsy Derr, Mary

er's deadline. The staff, made versity. Arizona State University and Drechsler, Dianne Burden

up of seniors, plans to put together The Mothers' Club sponsored director of the conference Informed Kathy Kothman, Diane Kulas

the best annual in the a card party recentlyto Sister Jerome that Irene Unnermann, Anne Luvis -

school's history Editors ark raise funds for our school. copies of the summary reportof ), Sharon McBride, Susie

Ann LeFils and Ken Soistman. The junior class raised approximately her doctoral dissertation, McCloud, Charleen Mo-
$250 at their "The Catholic Junior Colleges Cormick, Thayer McEachern.

The upperclatimrn! met lad Ipaghf'tU In the United States," wouldbe
Linda Musco Muslal
Attended Georgia conventionDelegates dinner Dorothy ,
week to organize a Debuting distributed to participants.Sister Susan
Nayfleld, Donna
dub. :Mr Agllo. senior l.ngIlih : Adorning the school office Jerome, who holds a
from Newman Clubs in Eckrrle, William Bcrnier, Robert leather, will sponsor the these days is the new trophy Ph.D. from the Catholic University Shashy, Pat Simon, KathyWheeler

Florida recently attended the south. Davis, Barbara Corkrey, Judy Chaver, group for the remainder of caw which the seniors do of America will travel Christine Walker

pastern province convention of the National Christi Watson, Vivian Caring Angela the school )ear Officers were rated to the school as their to Phoenix on a fedC'rallrant Carolyn Lasso Williams Mary Ann
Joseph Alfred Kenneth
( Newman Club Federation in Savannah Lindsay, Michael Connor; seated, Mary elected. They were president, class gift The seniors, incidentally whkh will support the conference Barry.

Mlles. and AnorT.en fed Georgia: from the left, standing Cel Lucas, Leslie Polland, Andrea Itoth Rick t'arrl'lII
e Open 1P.M.'ft II P.M. Father Frank M. Mouch, John and Shiela Renault Pete Art Mroblej lleldbrlnk.and secretary, on Friday.they art February sponsoring Office Research of Education.Consecration Division. U, S. elan, Frank Gray, Donald

19. It is entitled "The Blast Healey. Robert Hendry Richard
hnquot Fiwlifo Freshman class electionsare ] Before the Fast" and will setus Georges, John Kramer

". Cloud Mondays fllrtlifute lootsLLOYD College Reminds students held annually after the feature a live band and refreshments. Thomas McNally, Robert Pippin

hetlttt Cud. Students first semester exams are completed Jl'\\ (NCI-Bishop-) Mike Sateia. Dennis Seabee

SAN REMO of obligation in This year the campaign designate Rafael Grovas of Stephen Suhrer, Charles
RESTAURANT COX RKLMONT: Five students got under way early The if lor ring blessing Puerto Rico new Caguas diocese Trrmoulet Jerry Weedon.

Office Supplies from the Diocese of St. Augustine with the corridors linked with took place Thursday, rrbru-. will be consecrated by Ont, Wl ltmlre, Pat Wright

12tO SO. RIDGEWOODCL CL 2-1471 have been named to choosing college posters endorsing the young ary hll.School Jose Humbert Cardinal Quin- Frank Ackerman. Kenneth

III North had Stroer the Dean's List for the first candidates.The tern of Caracas Venezuela Adams, Steve Broos and

2-1357 semester at Belmont Abbey (unI.l: : (.NC>-Arch. final results were announced president Father en March 28 in the cathedral' Richard Zarda.Daytona.
College, Belmont, North Carolina Irvine Nugent, said Mass in here
bishop Edward: F lloban of Friday They were:
the school chapel after whichhe Bishop Alfred F Mender
president, Tim Hagerty; vies Beach
Cleveland has
"FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS- SINCE III!" Francis William GurucharrlOS.B. reminded Catholics president Jerry t\reM; secretary blessed the rings. Lunrhlollo..l'd C S.C., of Arrcibo. and Bishop
of St. Leo Abbey, planning to attend non- In the home economics Edward J. Harper CSSR.
Gail Caruso, treasurer,
t Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons ranked ninth in the senior Catholic colleges of their obligation Bob Garvey; student council room. Short speecheswere prelate millhis of Virgin Islands INCOME TAX

class.In to safeguard and representatives, David Goon- made by Father Nugent will be ctHwnsecratars.The .
Rtg'itorod Jowolon the sophomore class, school vice president FatherJohn S9>> ear-oM SERVICEHose.Trno
continue studying religiousand en and Mary Mclnerny; and > Bishopdesignate
CL 2-2SSZ American Gem George W, I of Jal''. CauIfwM.
Society 122 N. ltdi St. Hillegaw moral associate justices, Paul Held- and Student was a chancellor of San
sonville Beach ranked second principles.Archbishop brink and Patty Baie. Council president William Juan set for the last 33 years. 1 Aaocehs;
Ronald Dean Joos of lloban said at Thompson.In 144 Maw* Awe 25S4256WOODS
this time of the Last week's basketball action
Orals ranked sixth, Thomas year many
Floj: 3. Tr,4way' clotwg, we would like to
M Alexander HI of Jacksonville high: school seniors are apply brought about an impressive W.!com. TravtUn
Moving & Storage Co. victory over Lakevlew, say hat we are ..ltl'rlllook.
Daytona ranked eighth, and Joseph ing to colleges for admission Fvrw'hir
ing forward to
Mike Miller team and participating
ALLIED VAN LINES INC. P Lather of Bradenton next fall. captain
agents center, broke a school rebound in the forthcoming group batkrtball forth I" rV. SpociVt"

DATTOV TtRMM ranged eighteenth He said the Ideal way of record by pulling 2< tournament to be held a..... Wrew1M lea Fv.I 0] Comply, It*.
119 to. ('..pbfll-CL SKIS MO 10. lUfd.-HE 44MT continuing religious education rebounds off t h e boards U 0\Il'do. Florida on February AhniwwA:

Receives volumeTll'S" Is by attending a Catholic against Kissimmee. This was 28 and 27TV Hot 1-4raiend ...... Pt'-lie 252.1522

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many thingsFurther Sevrn The Florida Catholic Friday, Feb. 19, 1965!

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thoughts on ecumenismBy ..w Scholar urges historyof



Fr Henry J Mlron cooperation between Christian schism of Christianity; these religion courses

we may better un- bodies, in spite of differences roots were deeply embeddedin
THAT the decree on of doctrine The motive the soil of the religious lift 0) John J. )).1)', Jr.

ecumenism recently promul here was that Christian of Europe Any attempt to f ATlANTIC CITY (NC) Public schools can leach

ated by Vatican Council II. stand ity might make a united. discuss unity must, in justiceto about the role of religion in history, but they probablywill
against
It would be militarism, racial the many of millions of never be able to deal
appropriate to adequately with its place in
antagonisms, and similar Catholic
and non-Catholic believers
Contrast with this decree evils, which in the period between proceed from doctrine : the life of their students.
something of the er
the ecumenical history of the world wars led up and lead to practice. i This Is the viewpoint of Father Robert .... Drinan S.J.

It developed among movement our ts to another conflict From this The attitude among the dean of the Boston College law school who spoke on.
sep
[rated brethren tendency was born what cameto more articulate writers of February 15 to a session of the 97th annual conventionof
be
known as the "Life and Protestantism felt that the American Association
a of School Administrator.
Indeed in the Work Movement "
popular press which held
loose
federation of churches, Decisions of the United
and public mind its first
it would great international
Tseem that bound together not by doctrinal States Supreme Court and and this establishment of
of the convention at
toward any stirrings Stockholm in unity but by the desireto : 4'e demand of the pluralism of religion in pre-and postcolonial -
( Christian find 1925 under the
of
unity leadership
work for American
conversion of the society Father America
their
historical Nathan
the beginnings in Soderblom Lutheran world to Christ was the kind Drinan said, mean that the "The widespread and Indeed .

| .athohc work churches largely,and of non. SwedenParallel of unity to be aimed at public school cannot assert the general illiteracy of

com- Agreement in faith far or assume that it has most Americans
unities, It is so as any about religious
late as if Catholicitys with the Life and that was necessary, would +I right. power or inherent ability faiths other than their
inercly on the scene and is Work Movement ran another follow if Christians of differing to Interpret to any student own Is another indication that

repeating some of the tendency, A World Missionary beliefs entered into relations the role of religion in his life," the public !schools in general

[ether tatements Christians earlier made by Conference held in Edinburgh of friendship and respect ( On the other hand he said have avoided any treatmentin
in 1910 had brought to on a basis of collaboration in 9"y public schools can teach the classroom of the impact

Thus, a glimpse at the history light a quickened consciousness missionary effort.It u about religion They have and continued effect of
of ecumenism among of the weakening effectin failed to da this In the past, the major religions adheredto
at this
was
Don-Catholics may enable ui missionary effort of division development point In that ecumenical Education under their direction he said, and will not do Itsuccessfully in America" he added.

to secure: a better understandIng among Christians In this In the future unless

of the nature of ecumra. way the Faith and Order 1928 Pope with Plus the XI intervened In Monsignor John J Mullins V.F.. SSND they abandon an assump lather Drlnan was not
Movement took first official center principal of Notre Dame cpllmlKlle that courses about
Ism In general and a clearer shape hold. tion that only a religiously uncommitted .
notion of what Is meant by ing its first International Conference Church comment of the Catholic pastor of St. Paul parish, St. Petersburg Academy The occasion was the dedication person can be a religion would bloom In public

Catholic ecumenism at Lausanne in 1927, -, congratulates Father Philip of the new wing at the Academy proper| teacher IIJS schools, even though the.
at which the subject of discussion In Textbooks Supreme Court has cons.menled
the of
public schools
encyclical Iortall.! ,
The ecumenical movement was the dogmatic differences um Animos" he set out with Halstead left, vice-president of Bishop doubling the capacity of the he said, have included 'very that education Is got

among nonCathohcs has which divide Chris- great clarity the Church's Barry high School and Notre Dame building: serving the girls' high school little material of a subsUn complete without a study of

keen quite fluid in its develop batty. teaching on Christian unity, Academy, and Sister Marie Carmel tial nature" on momentous the history '( religion.

went; it is difficult to trace From the beginning, at. showing that the unique au religious events such as the lie said public school administrators
<<
with any exacttude the spirit tempts were made to enlist thonty with which Our Lord Crusades, the Reformation have been concerned .
and the aims which gave it had endowed the _._
Church about
and
symbols not
the -- -
iw birth Partly this difficulty of cooperation of the Holy made f)1 ,' ,, -. "
.
Nee ia these movements but it impossible for her ) to" substance, 11 ndlnt their
definition is due to the fact these were representatives to take part, 'J!!:; ,"I', : ,,1\ l.afi1tlPwld r1 e time and energy In controversies -
consistently
re
that the movement began ana fused though with as equals among equals, in ,.c., ,h"d4 ".4 1,,""!Ii lilt 5101 \ i over such Inconsequential -
spontaneous trend in many of esprea.stuns assemblies of the character 610.. ,. 'I. s i vi + things as prayers at
great and
charily
European communities, good will.A proposed by the movement hi\ t ... ', I"I I .i baccalaureates, carols and

The threat of world war indeed, such active support I creches at Christmas and Invocations
[difficulties among divided decree of the Holy Office of Protestant ecumenism, no ftdllgr at ceremonial occasions

I Christians i n missionary dated July 4, 1919, repeatedthe matter how noble the end In \ ,"
countries and a growing ban originally passed in View. must proceed from 1 lie said after reading documents

awareness of theology con- 1864 on all conferences Intended proper means -- doctrinal on religion history
'|tr&mted to the development to promote Christian unity Support without uniform t r courses from the American

1; otl his desire for Christian unity summoned by nonCatholics belief would be tanta. ''i" Association of School Administrators .

4 unity, mount to condoning a false : and other school

Jllowever. this desire defveloped A second decree on July I, view of Christianity a viewwhich : 1)i \ 1 t 1'' rwias groups, "one Is left with the
into two tendencies 1927 confirmed the necessity was alien to the Faith r M feeling that nothing very concrete
of absolute adherence to this of the One Church of Christ. or specific Is likely t.
[among Protestants In the
be
attempted within the foreseeable
[one, emphans was laid upon ban. This vertlet! of Plus XI wan i future"

A Undoubtedly In these first phrased. iiacompreinlstng<< ,'f ,
stages of the movement there IIIIIC'hkh left little 't lie said there Is a lack CI'

[Modern Math was much ill founded optimism room liar any appreciation .( / I N r qualified teachers a scarcity
i about the possibility of be( desires for .ally se prominent .f sable material and "..

__''TMPA seven weeks achieving unity. Indeed, It among aon-C'athellci. unresolved question" of who
course in modern mathemat was generally expressed .aas. the responsibility of adding .
Yet it must be said that
; ks for parents will be conducted among most non-Catholics some offerings In religion.
the picture of ecumenism at
at Tampa Catholic that unity was present the Students present Shakespeare
'One of the
that time was a true one as it most serious
High: School beginning Thurs only major religious group In obstacles
day March 4. The classes Western Europe not Intereit. condemnation was painted by was the justified Pope; the at The Athenian workmen put on Acton, from left, are Tommy MarrUette Unsworth and Matt Clover The a course to about the developmentof religion In

will meet once a week on ed was Home But, it must be least in Catholic minds, because a play for Theiiru and Ms brl
Thursday from 7 to 9 p m, emphasized that from the of the strong tendency 1 hpp olyta in the acme from Tampa derv, Susio Nagrr, Tcrrl HalRerty, the nights of February :0 and fall.M'tons mumitlon| that

' |The charge for the course is point of view of hindsight among the nonCatholic ecu Catholic High School's! productionof John Kuehner, Sammy; CarltOn, Jim 21. Come before (the. curtain rl'H nnirnei In public education

I' five dollars. Registrations are Rome had acted properly and menials to be satisfied with A Midsummer Night' Dream. Morbach Philip Hughes, ItonnieScene at 8 o'clock: apunautt say mutt IN cither totally objective
now beta taken at the I"hoot'fltc. wisely undoctrinal pan Protestant- -.... offerings given by a r.
[ Monday through Friday IlKlounly uncommitted
ftcnerally; on-Catb- tam per
[ 9 a m. to 4 p,m. All site writers .1 amag etvmrnlsm at """"""'''''''''...-..- Tampa Catholic son, or, on the other hand,
and fees must sheer attempts at 'in uwtrlna.
the' It
lime ten hit
was
by March I. For further High School lion' by some sec tarlsa
call 1771939 orI7W977 agreement<< .11 dogmatic<< questions YouthCentral
a i was .( secondary Importance. sealotHie
TvMrJoan Mewinnkl
J third |NNMibllity of a
" '"''"" "" ",,,,,,,,,e school reporter| notes that course In the history of reliKlon .
It was this glaring, epen 5 __ Tampa, (atholic Illiih S<'h tendency to ignore doctrinal S Catholic will present A Mulmmmrr! milled Christian or non.tlirltian ..

differences which guided tht _ Night Dream on February In a !scholarly and academic .
1I.
attitude of UM Church in its High School :20 and 21 at I pin In the way seems tll have
relations with Protestant school's multi! purpose buildIng been dlllniulld
..,.... ...."-.... ecumenism n.l\lnun:1t: : rather Ihls comedy by hllkflpt'are a priori from
,......., I. 1N .aN. r Bernard F I ittman, press. Is the cliMuaalon of the rule of
I *lir. tto t" M... n.is History had shown that 1g dent of Clearwater Central under the direction of religion In the public M hool,"
era r.nrrrHunfmtfon r* i tut differences of belief and principle Catholic High School, presented Sister Clarence O P assisted! he commented

81c19. Miami were at the root of the e Edward: U My, with the by T.-rrlll.lIltty. Crlisl'nk, Yet, he added It Is a taut
t first annual yearbook scholarship and ham DameronThe. that the effective leather is
award challenge of doing the person who Is Involved
f
1v + Mr kiddy Is the son of Shakespeare Is great even for |Iltofl'.km.lly and persona/!

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graduating clan of Clearwater worked doubly hard A great fish to tike competent
a dllll l of effort has l been
r .t.te Central Catholic: and III'r..nlly |put and courageous steps to give
m Ifir (OOy trr p attending the Catholic Into the making of oitumoi the subject of religion and

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Rebel Bishop reviewed use of liturgy


I HOUSTON (NC) Bishoi

f Charles A. Buswell of Pueblo,
First Diocese
Bishop praisedEIGHTY
o Colorado, speaking here at a

liturgical conference for the

NINI<= years Bishop Verot's life has been articulate American churchmen to as the spiritual leader of a Southwest, as a member of

his death at St. published under the title of the 19th century has handful of Catholics scatteredover the United States Bishops'

Rebel Bishop: The Life and been written. Augustin Verot, his Immense jurisdic commission on the liturgical
Augustine In 1876 Bishop Era of Augustin Verot" ( Milwaukee successively Vicar Apostolic tion. So it was that in the Reconstruction apostolate said the Churchnow

Augustin V'erot has won a : Bruce Publishing of Florida third Bishop of era, Verot, for has "accepted the principle -

national recognition and Company. 1964)( ). Author of Savannah, and first Ordinary all his exiguous resources: of change and adaptation -

acclaim that never came to the study is Father Michael of the newly created Dioceseof was able to repair the ravages I.ivE in the liturgy"

him in his own lifetime. V. Gannon director of the St Augustine, was a man of war on the fabric of v : "This means that without

Mission of Nombre De Dios, who never hesitated to takea the Church: and even, by his
Brought back to life in a recent rejecting the past, each successive
documented St Augustine stand and who never death in 1876, to leave both I ,. ,
biography, generation will makeits
the first Bishop of St Augustine Biographies of the other cringed at the consequences dioceses, Savannah and St. t: t own contribution to the

has been praised by Bishops of Augustine are "If he was somewhat shorton Augustine, in remarkably I liturgy," he said.

Catholic' Bishops scholars, now being prepared at the that wisdom commonly flourishing condition consider.
end writers during recent Mission for publication duringSt. ascribed to serpents he was ing times and circumstances "The idea of the permanence -

months as one of the great Augustlne'i Quadrlccnten- compensatlngly long on generosity "It was exemplary of his 1'Y1" of a set form for the

figures in American and nlal, mS-16. candor, and good humor spirit that when Florida was whole world being observed
Catholic' history raised to diocesan rank in universally in all its details
Numbers of published reviews 1870 he sought appointment as ,a has been abandoned."

His rescue from obscurityand and articles about Bishop "Father Michael V. Gannon, Ordinary of that poorer field He said the complaint of

his sudden prominence in Verot and his biographyhave a Priest of the St. Augustine and devoted the closing years many Catholics that the

the pantheon of. America's been received at The Diocese, has made a notable of his life to an apostolate as liturgy changes "appear to

Catholic heroes come at a Florida Catholic. A brief contribution to American 1 taxing and exhausting as any conflict with private and Individual

time when the Diocese of St. sampling follows: Catholic historiography in In the American annals. Toward and better librariesChrist pie i t y" underlines"the
Augustine approaches the telling his story substantiallyfor bigger need In which these
At the First Vatican
.
Its found the first time and has .
15lh nnnhrrsary of many stand of appreciating a
ing, on :March 11 next. Bishop Robert J. Dwyer managed, In spite of a vexatious Council V'erot was the most the King School children In age students to read more and to give sense of community."
vocal of the American
pre. Jacksonville learn from the Department teachers

paucity of personal doc- more resource materials. "To have .
Vicar Apostolic of Florida The Register, national umentation, to clothe the bare tales With wit and eruditionhe of Education visitor, Sister Mary Seated with Sister are, from left, and deeply everyone involved personally 111'
1061 and such
1858!
from to Bishopif
spoke on subjects as
hones of the recital with the Damian S.S.J. diocesan the entire and
Savannah from 1861 to chain of Catholic racial equality and the supervisor, Susan Edmonds, Pat McCarthy and prayer worship
flesh of a real man. that Catholic Book Week this month life of the Church: will defin. ,
1870( Bishop Verot was namedto Catholic philosophy of science Cynthia Christian. Andrea Miller and
the new See of St Augustine papers: His (Verot'a) enthus- stresses the building of better and Joan Matey are standing. itcly help to give the Church

on March 11 1870, duringthe 'Nearly 90 years after his iasm for the Confederacy larger libraries for schools to cncour- back to all her people," ha

course of the First Vatican death the biography of one gave him a civic stature far His ghost, lively and talk. said. .

Council of the most interesting and beyond what he was entitled ative, must be haunting the

aisles of St. Peter's even "This engrossing and authentic odd that such a colorful seg. have until now partially "Through its shinp '" '
_A,!. ." now noting with holy satisfaction history by rather ment of the \ pages
186070( decade veiled the life and character the spirit and genius of a
that the wheel has
Michael V. Gannon presently ahould have been
one of these of the Bishop rare kind of man." I
a come almost full round and Director of the Mission of "The omission has been

that the things he fought for Nombre de Dios, in St. Augustine brilliantly corrected now by From the pages of this ;

in his day have already had which will observe its Father Gannon, who has book there enwrges the energetic Monsignor John S. :

their vindication" 400th anniversary in 1965, is written a scholarly treatise keen.sighted, and let I

of first importance to the his. about the French.born Bishop us not forget the deeply Kennedy, The Cathorc,

Hugh J. Nolan torian student and general Augustin Verot, who becamethe spiritual Priest and Bishop Transcript (Hartford): .
who takes a foremost place
reader of any denomination first Bishop of St Augustine
America: 1858-1870" among the renowned ecclesiastics Bishop' Verot did speak

1i "It is obvious that there of the mid,nineteenth lengthily at the Council las
has not been enough writtenof Archbishop Paul J. century. who did not*) But he was

: $ the heroic efforts of the Hallinan The Georgia Father Carroll J. "To cite Father Gannon's most serious, despite his occasional

Church in our Southern Bulletin: Noonan, S.S., words: 'The extant record witticisms and he '
do States especially during the discloses no exception to a was well ahead of his time.
;- c sIn Civil War period. Fortunately "A fascinating biography is The Voice (St. Mary'sSeminary lifetime's dedication to the He urged the pastoral and the

this book rescues from oblivion that of a predecessor of Bishop Roland things of God. Neither does ecumenical approach in a

e even in his own din Thomas McDonough and Park Maryland) the record say that the integrity spirit which seems like a
:
,
cese, one of the most zealous mine-the third Bishop of Sa of his character was first gleam of the dawning of

and colorful church leadersof vannah Augustln Verot "In a biography of outstanding ever put into question by the day of John XXIII Wherehe

i his day Father Michael V Gannon of merit Father those who knew him well, was critical, It was because

"In the reviewer's considered st. Augustine, has done a Michael V. Gannon has written even by those for whom the he found proposals or

opinion, this Is the documented and thoroughly an absorbing story which Bishop's political I views or reasoning to be impracticalor \
best study In American Catholic readable account of this stal fleshes out the dry bones of outspoken manner may have Inopportune. His attitude

history to appear this wart fighter: It is rall..d'Rrbel Bishop Verot's remarkable been distasteful' and arguments have certainly

)rar." Bishop,' and that he life The biography Is the result been vindicated in our o\\ n

: wan of patient accurate research time.

., ,, "In the (,h" Mar, In public and Its historical Cody Hall, Anniston "He was" 85 years old when,

I Baynard Kendrick and prude education In the worth is enhanced by sustained (Ala.) Star: after' the Council he took up

The Florida Historical \atican (ounctt, he blazed literary excellence! Ina Good the burdens of the new and

nation's Oldest City new trail Foreword, Monsignor John of biography our finest providessome readingand extremely poor Diocese of it.
Society: Tracy Ellis pays tribute to Augustine .
"A Frenchman by descent the author's contribution to good church biography\
Seoul i Sunday was observed in to members flC the troop at Mans in "This is a definitive I t a rarity-ranks with the best "He went up and down the
sprightly. well-written, and he was a true Georgian, sharIng the history of the Church in
Cathedral parish, St. Augustine, by the Cathedral Lyceum Afterwards, scholarly biography of Augui- the State's glories and the United States And In the ranks of the best! state, practically to the day'of
I cubs and scouts of Tack anti, Troop 63. the Scouts of First Florida should be the Rev MichaelV his death in 1876 under
wore guests tm Verot ., the most famous agonies' J He was a rebel buta "To this we may add that .
Monsignor John P. Burns Cathedral Council Knights of the Gannon's 'Rebel Buhop' conditions which would causea
611 Columbus at Catholic cleric of the practical one. rf'ldt'r111 be enrkhed
pastor, gave Holy Communion (above) breakfast in the Columbus Club. Confederacy both in knowledge and appreciation With all of his intellect young. man today to shudder .
and faith-and with a great
of B..hop'prot.. who
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Paul Hallett despite his written statementthat amount of wit-he (Verot)
- "Ills craggy, quizzical face

ST. AUGUSTINEEUGENE Many help build Legion of decency :,::, :\ : : ::: ';. :: The"This Register book is big: with lessons live 'I and have die always a Sulpician wanted to,' times faced the the problems Negro the of Civil his Ism looks a challenglngly couple of portraits out at is la

rillnMore( ) thanJMKJ rates I new movies .rv.l'd publl.hed:mornlly: In rnublMbn.b1.th..u..l/I. for today nevertheless spent the major War the relationship ofChurch the book. That fare etmmandt

: ) voluntary workers from Itrlir"r' in IK" .u* "' **'h l"""l> "If Bishop Verot's enlightened portion of his priestly life asa : and state and schools, attention and M does the
and the first Vatican Council
L BARNES seven countries helped to :Morally objectionable In part for all moderation had been Priest and Bishop entirely Father Gannon affectionate story of Its wnrr, as palni.
& SON build churches, houses and general throughout: North and concerned with the pastoralcare is an takingly put together: and at.
A n..."'."".linn vf tnilly: Mlht' M I..K fall ST of his but authoritatively
South this nation's racial and flock, related father
other establishments in Ku.: Iracllvely by
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REALTORS & INSURORS Th. JilT No ""' "'.r Kill done
rope last the Catholic ,".,'k 1Ia.h.'h, Niniy' Naughty' ('hol..u, educational woes would be biography of Bishop Gannon.
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65 King Str.et ,'1",11..r.. Th. Tli. JKMHOf Blkhoperl has been Verot that raises his subjectto
St. Auguitme international building order t'hanwitr., J..M. llumm It......... S ovtr fortunate In his biographer, his proper place in the history "This Is valuable and fascinating .
revealed here Among .'..n"d, ..r Term "'. .
newprojects I rtrI
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EiUbUhed 1895 ..my ....... 'Him Riirlut W.knHM.UI father Gannon has dlipellrdthe of his Church and of the addition to American
will \be an ecumenical fry of iMtti. H K..krni. Th. IIKTUI Father Joseph mists of uncertainty that Civil War Church history"
center in Norway. The or. .'urn. of Ih. Uvlni Oiiri.a ST ..".!<. l. JKM
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.lll.lr.. Tall stall,.. sin Sahara 1IJKMNlnnilrr Verot was named \>". ...* Hr; ghost, Cv.ly and t.It,tivt, mutt b. baueting tt. a:tll !

47 King StreetST. .tlln.>miNin Party II.4r1II..rnv..f llMKh JKI IH, ThNumliiy N.w. Turk IVTh the first Bishop of St. Augustine of St. P.t..'. emit new, noting with. holy Mtnf.c.ioll fKt the wheel l has
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Am.rlraa "a. I Ronal.r tin| .. I. n AUGUSTINEVA ... Hum JKM Ti... r.hlll already had thee vindication.; /. "
BANTA BROSSt. John .h.dr.rl\ '.1.... CMI Tim Trn.. .... Th. JKToniormw celebrate its 4IOUt( birthday,
4-1687 I II lnu"Jnkr I. Mr Turn and the festivities will be enhanced THE REGISTER PAPERS -I.Kcp; RoM..t J. Ow.r,r
Auguilm Th. 1 mlvr. A.* ST

Jo..kl..ln MI.UM,'..,,"In. JkV JK Slit Mi. I.and.. >Mrtu..,<... ST this moat by interesting the appearance biography of "S\\>"ihtf"! wtH.written nil; ."jroi.rag j ...d .uHi..iitic hutory: t!

Kill." tHit S Whip KMT Mall ol Xt'lM V written by a Priest of n of (ink importance to the. niitoncn, Rudest, and. feierel reader of any
I"". Sill.,. Th. Vnlti, or Ih. Tor..4ori denomination.: i "
...'..Un. for lx.. KM Whit l\'.y t. tl. ST the St Augustine diocese
SCHOOLSROSARIAN In. I... Many r... JKM Who '..., a1..MnrIn ". '. For all his oddities! THE FLORIDA HISTORICAL QUARTERLY1'Y".d K.ndr-a
I"'i. ". th. ntxlrrt 1IJK Mr llnl Kl.wwhIsnhrInKnm:
and extravagant rhetoric t
I"tr. th. 1I>tI1.. May 111Mnn k JK s.eaa t
,In th. /11101011.I Wlvr. anil ..,... JM Verot was a saintly man "'" .' ;
I M.rv II..I a l.ltti. World by Miht much loved the REBEL
ACADEMY M..,,,. nf th. Mn IValk Ml \0.1.1.i Tula and by people &l :
New Inttrna, Th. Tomorrow PJKUOmdrmnrd whom he served with exhausting .
Rr.llrnt( anil diy Hilnxil' fur this 1 on ohnirt of hfantlfa.1Ijik devotion. One Instance
,
\\oilh. (.ra<1r sore In h1\ ('. .'1111)' .I..dllll4.. :>*w I nor
b"lIdhl'11' MIOI" "|', mud', ml, d I'll III 1l1i.... IMirclfd bjrbialrm 1 i And chef ,..,...... Wont GUT All.'.... hw IM of his spirit was his I.
of 1'1.' Onminli. tor Dialog .cI.......: RrrMr: Hi. "mi. Th. UH 'J\I "...n..,. A IICWThl choice of going la the sunsetof BISHOPf
d nf (Irau u..uMoll.t.rt his life to the diocese
new
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I1rii.>.......In IJf. In |.I*. remaining in Savannah 'be
l'hrl-Iln. "..,... N.,.,
m mdar TV
Academy Of The Holy Names i' ,Vffalr... Horn Th* will M HUTUi Idol Nude Onavnauniif (I'h aa>y, Th. JKL holy cause poverty In Florida as well there as is more moregood EIS f THE lift AND ERA OF fUCUSTIN VEROT

Reiident and diy school for 9rl; ,. Gradei one fo twelve. Fully I...ntn'M,* HJMI : ( w.v..rd i*.. Filly to be done'
I 1.11 Th.I'u C''cr Wild ( l accredited. Program include: college preparatory end general ,vi| (lit. M.ht TS tin.h.'... aumm.rFkaMlra Readers of this biographywill
courser, music art end iporH. Conducted by Sisters ef the Holy | I-1''iny rant*. STHv. IU surely agree with the \1.t.\\7t-'
I l<., lj.\... HOI Hatilri Aft.. Park IT words of ,, \:1.: ( a nnnlinq Trw
Nemti. 3319 Beyihore Boulevard, Tampa, Florida. Monsignor John j&
I'I .iii all" IS. Holds ICJTU 1'1..... Not N..! 1IKU ,
Mrr>,. and IIln.... Flirt of .*..-. Tracy Ellis in his foreward:
I I I-.... fiw U.* lilt rrt,... l...m..rt, 'For. the opportunity to
I I""man of lx..* STCT gu.itk i>r Ad"II.., Ill? fool C&ctd Jltrddeb JlBUhcp
become acquainted with such
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hi.' M. Mluyid ITI. umlir Homing SO a man, students of American '
'St. ANTHONY'S'Ded I I. A.vp|.ra ...... t:,. and social ''
religious and
historywill lAt
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Shehan .Dine The Florida Catholic, Friday, Feb. 19, 1963.l :

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VATICAN CITY (C-cardinlll-designate) Lawrence ent edifice -dates from the named CardinalsVATICAN
Shehan of
I Baltimore hu been given a titular church 12th century and has been in .l wl l lltElf ill hil Zi : I'iSIM tI
rmerly held by William Cardinal O'Connell of Boston the care of Irish Dominicanssince { { Il/ITt/ ; CITY (XC) -

d John Cardinal Glennon of St. l.nula, th fl.e the 17th century. The Vatican weekly L'Osscr-
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1. Clement JJUU1C& Ul vatore deUa Domenlca, has

[ By custom the choice of St Clement's probably Other titular churches r 1t published an article saving

nular churches was not to takes Its name from the Pope known to hate been assignedto that reports that Pope Paul

ace been announced until who ruled from 86 to 97 A. D. new Cardinals arel VI might! create laymen Cardinals

ter the secret consistory Legend has it that he was St. Patrick's (Rome's Irish is 'completely" without

fcp new Cardinals, but it was dbelnEast where church) to William CardinalConway 1 ? 1.w foundation.
Jublished in several he In an article on the universality
Rome pres. of Armagh: Northern
lewspapers. A highlyplacedatican Ireland; San Silvestro in Cap of the Church as demonstrated

official confirmed It. Law seen guide ite (Rome's English church) by the College of
Cardinals, the weekly stated:
to John Cardinal Heenan of
eaders MADRID (f.\C-n.) "Having been officially mad
see Pope pro Westminster England, and .
posed Spanish law recognizing the Church of the Canadian clear that the choice (tot cal'didates
I freedom of public worship in for the college) will
VATICAN
CITY (NO) Martyrs (Rome's Canadian '
Spain fall 'ecclesiastic the
i'ope Paul VI met for non-Catholici will church) to Maurice Cardinal upon
recently
lith members of the municllal simply formalize an existing Roy of Quebec Canada. inference which has appearedin
situation according to the some dailies. that there
councils of Rome and This last church was builtin
I arts who Spanish ambassador to the 1955. The Pope is would be a possibility even ofa
gathered reportedto
here to Medical Lake OrlandoThis
lelebrate the "twinning" of Holy See.Ambassador. have selected more than a Mercy Center graces Lawne layman being invested with
the dignity of a Cardinal Is
Antonio GarriRues half
dozen modern
heir cities 10 years ago. said In an interview churches parish timely addition to Orlando's be admitted in November of thin February 21 has been net aside for to be held as completely without
I Congratulating them some of them In
lengthening the links for be- with ABC. Madrid daily, that Rome's populous suburbs or hospital facilities looks out upon year, friends of Mercy may view the public to visit. The committee foundation

Hen the two cities. Pope the threat of the 30th century in working-class districts as Lake Lawne in Orlando. While construction the procrrM to date by a visit on invite" cople| to bring; their cam "The time In which at

laul called the gathering an Is atheism and materialism titular churches for the new is planned for completion Sunday to the Center's ground eras and take pictures between 1 eminent layman could have
One
opportunity for profitably said, consequence is that of this, he Cardinals. this fall so that first patients may Designated aa "Camera Sunday" and 5pm. become a Cardinal are goneand .

om paring the manner in the Catholic --- -- In the pant" It was noted. 4
Church
hich grave municipal prob- principle"must of man's proclaim dignity the, Orlando Bishop of Halifax The weekly I has made no
ems have been Coming events
solved in Medical Center
whose Mercy
essence Is reference to names but the
religious
tier city-housing VVTIOAV (ITY (NC) -
octal develop traffic freedom, in the face of the Tlds ...... lieu ruasr .."oftt..1 ......... and ....... One year ago groundbreaking I'ope Paul VI has named Father comment undoubtedly w a I
progress and at ... ,......
totalitarian organization of 'MIl .1 .. Ad.M<. milk'. tt .."I., m..ttur. prompted by many report
|iient. .W 5. s.nu'a. ceremonies began the construction James Michael llajc.
atheism and materialism phase of Mercy Medical chancellor of the Halifax that French philosopher Jacques
-44 "un ....... Carnival February 19, 20, Maritaln being
.u. of the new hospital building. Festival February 28, Tar.pan ( Center on take Lawne archdiocese and rector of the was considered
ORLANDO 21, school grounds of Cardi Choir Springs ham dinner 1 to Drive. On the for such an honor j
WINTER PARK program featuring Mercy anniversary Halifax cathedral to be auxiliary
Im : nal Mooney Sarasota Men the St Mary Magdalen choirof 6 r m., St. Ignatius church the building is about Hi shop to Archbishop French writer Jean Ouitton
\ \ ,\ \\ and Mothers of Mooney, has also been mentioned
\ In
\ \\ _ u.'uCOV'LI.TIt spon Maitland, February :33, 8 hall two thirds complete Joseph Gerald Berry of Halifax .

sor.Guest p m, Scrolls Club, Orlando Steak ham and pork din. So that the friends of Mercy this connection
'UT rO'\TIOL' JIM BLAKE 19
game February ,
LEWIS-COBB I sponwed by the St James nor February 28, communityhall may view by camera the progress Hishopelcct Hayes W. shorn
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EXTERMINATING CO. OFFICE SUPPLYPL'RNITL'IOR Name p.m. Church, Gulf Holy Holy Name Society Orlando. Masar)kto n. Altar Kosar to date, the grounds are in Halifax on May 27, ORLANDO
port t. and Name for the first time being Ul1l'IIl'll 1 1924 and
studied
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I Mi WlUra* o..-..o. >>.. plsoi.d. OFFICE StPI'LIKSMl Dinner February spo/lsor.| 20 4.:30 chicken |*lau, February 24, Society of St. Mary parish to the public for Inanition.Sunday seminary there and at the WINTER PARKHIIKX

| 141-lilt T sass to 7.:90 p.m., DeBary Fire Ito S p m, St. Ambrose parish co-sponsors February 21, from 1 Pontifical University' of St
too Bo. Orlando Au. W.P. Hall. Guild and Holy Name Klkton. Forty Hours Devotion February 1 to S pm. Is set" aside as Thomas Aquinas in Rome.After ... -

Society joint spontwrsMardi Dessert card party February 28, 11 a m., to March 1 I. "Camera Sunday his ordination on June

SINGER AUTOMATIC Gras dance February 24, 12 to 4 p m, Anchorage 7 .10 am., Church of the Incarnation Slater Theresa Frances 15, 1947 he served as atsls- : WKH: : : .
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OS..F, administrator hits announced tant In Halifax! ,
FAIRVIEW Sara ota. pastor parishes ('IrnUr fVlntlnrTnil
CONSOLE MODEL 20, 9 pm., San Souci Club of Maximo Moorings ..... ,
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Transfiguration parish i St party, March 2, I p m, I Hull- IIiLllUa)
Name Church. Gulf I port M O'ltrlcn, grounds hair- DINNERS FROM
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BARNESbRArrssr Petersburg Women's Club, sponsor man; A. Bernard loissler 4)0: P..... to 11:00 P.M. .IDII.IITI'iINGI'mhI'.tNt'|
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J. Ht'Jrlch chairman and W J. <<
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AND 20, 1 to 4 I Family party, parish sponsor .
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FLOOR COVKRI.NG. IM.FRKE & SentOrlando's School St Petersburg, 26, 1J::30 to 7.:30 pm.. Forty (Hours Devotion Itunlng, publicity chairman. 220 Orlando Av., W'. ..110,... GA ,.11''P. '"'41''''
: : EflTIMATMIOQ : ... /INs Circle 7 of Women's Guild. Church of the Epiphany,: social March 14, 12 IS p m, to This timely addition to Or.lando'1 Hwy. (IM2 Ml 7-4500 Y.. 1a... 11..w. 1'.. .1. .. It

( N.. Or".,. OrUMa al ,.., ..... ,.. h.."./I.. sponsor hall, Port Orange, WomM' Marsh 18, 730pm. St. Paul hospital facilities wasmade
GArin M447 aa.aa. alaaa ,.....uuCI'Clzens Teen dance, February 20, Club sponsor.Festival. ('hlln'h, Daytona| Beach pomuhle. by the highly -
and successful fund campaign! In Wlf .., U.* U M....,., oe Meadow Brook Acre?
I to 10.:30 p m, Holy/ Family February 35 Spring deanery meeting oflVest
School St. Petersburg, Wom :26! Our Lady of Lourdes parking Coast Deanery of the l2! when" the public support| W, ksee a .*.. 1iil|..4 lor ye.r ".11,

; : fastest en's Guild, sponsor) lot, Melbourne, Women's DCCW, March 25, St Io College of this venture reached a record
$11 million. So far II1
I NATIONAL BANK Parish dance, February 20, Club, sponsor San Antonio Women'sClub. million has been paid In. The DEMETREE BUILDERS
Of'Ott\A"DO growing bankr IBEW Hall, Daytona Variety show, February 20 hOlt,...sDCCW .
anticipated goal of the puhllclublt'rlptlon ftMT EMC Colo.1.1 Drlto (1\ T-ma
Beach St Brendan parish and 27, 1 p m. Forrest High convention May SS,
Ormond Beach sponsor School auditorium, Jacksonville .. Itamada Inn Cocoa Beach was t2 million.
;; The total cost will be 14 S mil.
M J J'fZ KKfxSS across James Open house and chicken Women's Guild of Sacred K of C state convention lion.

dinner. February 20, 4pm Heart parish sponior.Mlmtrrl May 1118, Voyager Motel Continued and new financial GRAY'S JEWELRY
St Anthony parish, Brooksvllle Daytona Beach.Itl4reat ,
skew, rebrusry far women June assistance Is welcome to meet DIAMONDS WATCHES CLOCKS
!S and 27,1 auditorium, the Initial goal set for In the
p.m. Watch and Clock
Dessert card party. February IS to II. Academy of Holy Antique Repair

WOTKflfi 20. 1 to 4 p m. CDA Hall O Road Avenue M. John's and ladles HIM I'm Astiliary Names Tampa plans.The contractor Hill llrad 7001 1"9.-..., Dr. GA 7-2t74 N.d to PubHi

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Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday Feb. 19, 196.1'
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i i House called Washington letterVietnam


! pillar of good home I

in need of
iirnii.. tree. M.' u., V.F. of the West Coast Deanery seen

rultv. a time of transition and Joined in the ceremony
possibly in a time of trial. as did Priests from the internal political unity
The formal dedication of neighboring parishes Those

Espiritu Santo Church took present were Father James
((".Minn** from Ml 5.01) but In Southeast Asia, and
place on Sunday, February F Gloekler, Father Keith
in South Viet.
14, at 11 a.m. Archbishop Ilurlc Symons, Father Christopher 4J ourselves, "and a certain particularly
"the leaders
\ officiated at the blessingof Fitzgerald, IC, Father Chris- ,} coolness in dealing with this nam, of the
who
the Church topher Kelly, Father Emilio problem in a way that Is In country are many of
Father Bernard .'. Dittman, Garcia and Father MichaelJ. the genuine interest of the them, 35 to 45 years of age,
have known
administrator of the parish, Larkin free world." never anything
but violence and dissension in
offered Mass according to
the new English liturgy after Approximately TOO people x Y He said at the time that their country. They have
the dedication The sciversfor attended the dedication of "we find relatively few never known a period of
the new parish which fellow citizens in which
the Mass were John IIl'rVl'lSafrty among our peace they could
Downes, Greg Juett Paul Harbor and Oldsmar. who are pressing us either to begin to feel like a nation,
to make it a big accept their fellow citizens
get out or as
and Greg The
domea Sherry choir of Espiritu Santo "
All of the altar boys of Espi- Church sang Eece Sacerdos as war. brothers, organize a unified

ritu Santo participated in the the Archbishop entered and To get out, the secretary country as we have become

Messing ceremony and the also led the parishioners In Sisters of St. Joseph pronounce vows in OrlandoSisters asserted, would make the aggressors accustomed to ourselves

Mass. the hymns that were sung at feel "that In success He said finding a base on

Monsignor John J Mullms the Mass of St. Joseph of St. Augustine vows in the chapel of the Bishop Giovanni, Most Holy Redeemer they had confirmation of the which unity can rest in South
School Sister Mary Car- wisdom and possibility of Vietnam is a difficult but
who participated in the vow Moore High School-St. Charles par Tampa
Czech Cardinaldesignateheld ceremony last week which took ish convent. Monsignor Charles A. mel, from St Patrick School, their policy. He explainedthat "critically important" prob
divided
when Vietnam was lem, because if achieved, it
place in Orlando are pictured with Bartok, pastor, is at left above. Gainesville) ; Sister Miriam Frances by a political settlement"in would make the problem of

incommunicado AP Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley who The Sisters who pronounced vows and Sister Michael John of OrLando 1954, North Vietnam became guerillas and infiltration far

: heard them pronounce religious were, from left, Sister Maria communist and"almostImml'dialely" easier to handle

exerted 'directpressure"
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HUM: (NO)-Archbishop nalist said that a spokesmanfor The secretary said the U.S,
its neighbors-
Josef Reran of the ministry of Culture in Pope Paul renews Laos and on South Vietnam, does not object to political

Prague is "a virtual prisoner" Prague, which i controls Notre Dame Academy wing "Now, this is the nature of settlement" in principle, but
Church affairs, declared that appeal for there have been two such settlements .
and there "seems nohope" peace the appetite proclaimed from
although Beran in Southeast Asia, In
that he will be able Archbishop Peking" he said,
"is a free man like any other VATICAN ('ITVC(! ) blessed St. Petersburg 1954 and 1962, and they failed
to go to Rome for his elevation Czechoslovak citizen," n o Pope Paul VI has renewed "Peking" has announced the because Hanoi and Peking
to the college of such permission would be doctrine\ he continued, "It have not jet decided to leave

Cardinals on February 22, granted for the time being. his appeal for peace in the u enlln..a.. erxn, .... ...1, architect, is an Imposing one, The ends of the building$ is there in the primitive notion these neighbors alone,"

it was reported here duringthe Benedict said this of the face of threats of war. Irene OP Holy family, Sister d.tmtfuishcd by the sweeping are faced with aqua glazed of"a militant world revolution "Now, another possibility

week 76.year-old) prelate's appearance Speaking to a crowd gathered Clare Ihcrese O.S.F, and white concrete arches set ceramic bricks to harmonizewith would be to immediately ex.

An Associated Press correspondent at the window: in St Peter's Square for Sister William Francis O.S.F., in front of the deep blue- the predominant color :Mr Flunk said the 14 million pand the war," Mr. Rusk con

) Hans Benedict, "lie lifted his arms, pointedto the customary recitation of St. Paul, St Petersburg; Sister green mass of the building. scheme of the building. people In South Vietnam hue tinued.
the walls around him, and Marguerite!: SSND, St. The central space Is covered the capability of meeting the
polled that he had tried in the noon Angelus with him
Include have felt that
The first floor "But we not
shrugged. lie put a finger to Beach the second roof spaces
John, St Petersburg ; at story to visit the Cardinal
vain his lips raised his on February 14, the Pope referred nine large classrooms, we would find any solution
right handin Sister Francis Elizabeth 0.1'? level and includes a bridge/ try, "if they can obtain the
designate where at the home for theagl.'d a blessing, and disappeared to the peace appeal he Holy Name Gulfpnit; and at the second level to connectthe \ faculty lounge, locker and unity and the assistance that easy quick, prompt, satisfactory .
he has been inresidence
lie made no effort to made three days earlier. As Sister Cabrmi S.S.N.D", Christ two elements The center storage areas. is needed for that purpose" imply by mounting an
in Ravanov, in open the window, which indicated in his earlier appeal, he> refrained the King Tampa space appears as a great The second floor provides even larger( operation and
southern Bohemia. from mentioning Vietnam locker lie noted that and starting down a trail, the end
it was locked Before open| foyer, an interesting three more classrooms, pressure
lie said that from behind a he left the window he pointed by name Sisters of the teaching staff space to pass through or in and storage areas and an aggression have been halted of which no one in any country .

l'I'krdlllIdflw of the home, downward, apparently indicating "We do not want lo raise of Noire Dame present acrethese which to pause for conversa assembly space for the entire with respect to Korea, Japan, could possibly see with
'
Archbishop Iteran gave a signal guards School Sinters of Notre tins student body. Formosa and the Philippines, assurance, *
more alarms than circumstances
Dame, !l1lrrIarle: de Chan-
out the hilt despair appeared of a to captive spell On CardinalsVATICAN warrant," Pope Paul tal, !Sister Dennis Mary, Sin

man" said. ter :Marie ,John Sister Mary:
CITY ((1\-)
A motu proprio, or papal directive Indeed we very much Ixiulkf, and Sister Pierre
!Mr Benedict said he had :Marie,
is being prepared to hope in view of words and
been blocked at the door of
set forth the norms covering facts that Inspire renewed The singing! !% was done by
the
home by a guard who said
that the membership in the college of trust, that peace may be preserved (he students of Notre Dame
Archbishop was not Cardinals of the three Eastern and better RU'irantec-d Academy
allowed western visitors un- patriarchs who will be elevated fiut minds still have not
At the conclusion of his re-
le< i they had permission from
to the college in a consistory changed, nor have interests marks, the Archdiocese gave *
the government. But the jour.
February 22. changed In the va..ous partsof the apostolic blessing.The .
this world threatened by newly blessed addition

Time now Support your disorders and by conflicts of has assembly room, chapel,

CharitiesConsecration war. Therefore let us pray, typing room, four classrooms
and not only today," the Pope and a faculty lounge Thomas
to
planretreats
1NNNN4444i444444W urged J. Madden Jr, AlA, of Miami

designed/ Notre Dame
of Bishops which was built by Kveland:

Brothers from St Petersburgand

TMPMrs. Brice La to Tampa.
precedeVATICAN consistory
St. Petersburg's Notre Dame Academy additionThis
Londe, president of the West The completed unit I Is symmetrically .

Florida La>women's Retreat 'ITV (NC) -- The four Priests who have arranged about a
Association, reports\ plans fora born named Cardinals central hall with the twobuilding is the new wine. ot Notre building. facing Ninth Avenue the buildmg'i predominant color
by Paul
'ope VI will bo
Pcbru 'onKf' It built went of the acheme. Thomas J, Madden Jr,
meeting on Sunday, Dame Academy, St. Prtemburg. North. was
crated lor classrooms extending
:
Bishops on 21 the
ary 28 at 1::30 p.m, at the elevated to the Sacred February day before they are 200 fret each to the which wan blwwwd last Friday by first construction. Ends of the AlA, of Miami, waa the architect.: I

Floridan Motor Hotel !905> College, ceremony of delivering the west and l
Florida Avenue, Tampa. Pope Paul decided to follow blglietto' ((the official notification wing "Is the one at the west new addition completes the south ceramic bricks to harmonize with
of the Cardinals of -
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Pope's In make
rctreutanls, associate John XXIII and make all

Interested numbers In participating and all women Cardinals members Bishops of the\ College instead of of them(ollege/:members) will be of confined(he Sacred to Daytona Bea ch drive set, CATHOLICS OF FLORIDA

In the retreat movement are only four places.
allowing a number of them SOCIETY OFFERS
NOW! A NONPROFIT CATHOLIC FRATERNAL
Invited to attend.
to remain Priests, as was the In the past new Cardinals of Lour,des parish
A luncheon at 12:30 pm. tradition in the past have been scattered throughout Lady

will precede the meeting To be consecrated In St! Rome and the papal messengers LOW BUDGET HOSPITAL
.. .... out to
before
Reservation chairman the Peter's basilica by Eugene: bearing the official It tlmi 4 mm ( eM.1 ing they go

luncheon is Mrs M K. Weber, Cardinal Tisserant, dean of notifications have had to go of 220) are ready to /go forward make their VllltS.Ra'mond .
,
Wise
T O Box 228! Lakeland the Sacred College, are Monsignor to all parts of the city and make their visitations general:

Father Laurence K, Ihg gium, Joseph founder! Cardijn of the of flel- To save time and simplify during the hours of 2 ant (chairman committee of said the: campaign and LIFE INSURANCE

gins: spiritual director of the Christian Workers organization Young. matters, it has been decided 4.10: p.m, on Sunday, February Next Sunday will be a

association, advises that six Monsignor! ( Charles Jour. that only four locations are to 21.The day of dec'Ision and a day of

weekend retreats and two net, Swiss theologian and he used They are the North dedication for every family,
; men will attend a
midweek retreats have been
American College the Urban to share the responsibility of
Monsignor! Fedenco Callorl diV kick.off dinner to be served

the scheduled first to for he this held summer at the; '(finale: majordomo of the university for the of the Congregation Saturday evening, February reducing our parish the dM and $ 0 A WCIK for a tMt It I tew ai $2 W pw nwtt+, dc 'Mir f upo i
Propagation;: of to provide for pariahneeds 5
household .
Academy of the Holy Names, Giulio papal ; and Father the Faith, the headquartersof 20, at 1:30: o'rlm In the cafeteria ." age, whit hospitah/ed for any covered ir dent or $':krlUI.
Bevilacqua, an Ora. ol the I Father LopeiHigh
Pa>shore Boulevard, Tampa, torian Priest who is the Congregation for the Assisting In the conduct of .
June 15 to 18 and the remaining a pastorin Oriental Church and Domus School is Associates .
the Foley
program/
closed retreats at the Rrescia. Italy, and an old WEEK for a cot t" low a j $3 50 month dependingupon
Holy per
friend of Pope Paul. Marla, a conference and con. Father Nugent will give Inc of Rochester. $1 00
Name Priory in San Antonio, \('ntIOlrrnll'r run by Italian them his blessing after Benediction Tom OConnell. has been av lit, white hoip'talizcd, for any covered accident or ''*kr. n

beginning> ;: June 25 and ending Vatican officials\ also ell,. Catholic women'i organizations of the Most Blessed signed as resident campaign .. -

August 1st, Cloned last week that the Sacrament on Sunday morn- director,
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Hope to increase giving to Lourdes parish in Daytona Beach 2120 VMT MOAAftO ILVtX.) FORT L..UM 0LL ru. Fe 2/1 tItUS
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Father Irvine Nugent) renter has called tlve board of the new pariah support plan Father Daniel l J. SUvin 1C Ktlmond Me- NAME 1cz

for the reduction of pariah debt and provision pictured with pariah Priests are from left Keown, Dr B. J, LoCour.. Floyd Tredwty,

for parish needs in Our lady of Lourdes, standing" Chet Fritz Richard Harmon. IVr- Robert Gtrster. Fred Imbert tad Father _,

Daytona Brach Fur these goals! men of the nard Huntc-nburg Raymond Wise Father Brendan C DunncHy 1C. CITY_COUNTY-'TA"'MONt .

parish will apN| >al to fellow parishioners on Irvine Nugent, Joe F Huffman, Albert Far. OCCI.'UIONGod's

Sunday. Chairmen who make up the rxecu- Icy, Phil Sthlamp: and Turn Connrll; seated,









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