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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: March 5, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
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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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IlKACII Peep mourning characterlred the in the Mass. L'jhcri of the

funeral here Monday for Father Charles W Snrllman. parish !kept the lines moving

Clone to $00 persona packed Into the Church of Our In an orderly fashion.

Saviour-which he had builtto pay a last, loving The solemn Hiiih flequlem

tribute to the Priest who was for 21 jean' a vital member Mats wan in Ijitm and not

in the ranks of the Catholic l'rh'llthoud in Florid. lacing the people. The altar

More than 100 Prirata were at the funeral Archbishop candles were draped black

4. Joseph P. Hurley, who gave the final blrimlng! of the and tall candles burned at the
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casket in the (church 'l'okto|' word of commit to the
Hmmd' County Priests t
family and told of hla own grief.
joined t olusla County Priests
During! the Mara celebrated by the! dean of Priests ai the principal officers of

In the area, Monsignor William J. Mullally P.A., of Daytona the Massith Monsignor

Beach, the_eulogy of Father Salman was given Mullally., celebrant, were father .
by Monaignor George W. John H 0'Hare of Titusville -
t Cummings of Venice lines of these children and deacon; and Father
tI of you, my dear people.City Sean I'. Ntolloy of Merritt
Archbishop Hurley l ex
I traffic officers were. at Island, sutxlcaconFather .
to the
pressed sympathy
4A !. Priests and people of the III. the entrance to the church Thomas B. MrOrane

or*i' and In a particular way early Monday ai the crowd of Eau: Gallie was mailer ofereinunies

a A to the members of lather began to gnthir Knight of ( at the altar, as.
roc I Sllman'i| parish The I'ioreiie Columlm\ from Cocoa leach ruled by Father Lawrence P.
.r i has sustained an Irreparable helped the driven In park In Redmond of Melbourne,

Ion, the Archbishop row upon row between the Father Patrick J, O'Carrollof

r'o laid, an tie told how deeply parish church and school. KockltHtge was mailer of

J I i grateful li the Church to the Indoors, the casket war ceremonies and the chap-
'o 'family which nave it the cloned and Prlesta from all labs to the Artliblnhop were

.... great gift of the life' of Father parts of Florida chanted the .rather David P. Page: nf Port
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Spellman, Office fur the Dead The congregation Orange/ and Father John r.l'aulhl'ld .
I Lent and the of the ( of Puytona Heach
application new liturgy llli death, he laid, hat torn soon filled all the
Chanters of the Office(
)ews and people began tostand were
I Raping hole In our priestly |
On the tint Sunday of Lent-March 7 the new liturgy on November y*, 1064 Mere the Holy Name tt Gultport. The altar boys ranks here In the jilocete In (the back of the FatherMlliam 0. Corry of

there will be universal implementation of reforms of the liturgy will begin Sunday arc John Marker, left and Lint MianJ. (St. Just lit. time when we could' church and at the shies as the (Ocala, rather Dleijo Con. a

I the Constitution on the Sacral Liturgy Priests will be wearing the purple MUM vent Petersburg Timci photograph in color by III afford to lone hint and hi* lath prayers conveyed the tit IlunneU" and rather Alberto

promulgated by Pope Paul VI. Churches in menta associated with Lent aa in thia picture Ron WahJ) going has left an aching void mournful mood to all who PIK e of St Petersburg

the Diocese of St. Augustine began wing of Father Frank Goodman in bit Church of In all our hearts. came. School children were present

In hit eulogy, MunnignnrCumminitJ People from all sections of as 'follow the grades,
-- .. .. alluded to the Urevard County were In the from thus fourth Ihreegh the

churches and schools: which bund mlfliateri cf Prol. eighth/ of Ihir Katlnur' krheol")
I' Clergy stresses liturgy; unity goals Father Spellman' had built In etant coniregalloni. date the srventh and eighth grades

Hoc kle.dl' and Cocoa Itra 'h. |leaders 'laity'' who hold of SI. Mary Nrhmil ,In fleck
laying: huh office In dioieaan lay organlsationa ledgei and children III IMtlne

Liturgy Chriatian unity and the extension of the Matte*, that li, Ma .ea attended ultimate tureen of the unity the need fur the parishes I. Father Spellman'i life was Merry fcrh.wl la Merrill Is

kingdom of God were the three topic studied at regional by a reatonable ,,"m. movement. That gore hark promnle.' gad congregational spent for your soul amt no But most of alt, Catholic land'
her of pepi4e. <>f course, to the prayer of ringing effort, no task was too great
meeting of th@dun.ri"lfl'rl..tllut"'H'kArchbish.op families ef PII, Mary pariah Mourners far Father Spell-
I Christ at the lad Supper for him These. beautiful
Joseph P, Murky attended each meeting. II I. the with .f the '.Second the Priests will In the pant t Iwo months, he monuments at Kotkledflfl awl In Itmklnlfe vhlibhe. left In man who came from the Miami

Conference .leaden were Father James F. Gloekler, Church, .he said, thai there Iw meet and become frlendh! said he has haled, about M here at Cocoa ltea<'h are buta Ism:'!, and the families 1 In Our.Natluur diocese Included Montignor .
congregational churches of the Dincese perish, ('11 Heath, Jolm J, Mtipatmk,
tinging oa
who. 'pOf.on.( the. liturgical! need of the pariahea, and good with the Protestant minis pariah small testimony In the JohnJ
I In all ear parl.hel.Father and was favorably ihamsllor, Monsignor
very
Father ratrtrit J, Maione, lets words of M Paul "to beipcnt IW-hlml several row of .
Catholic High School on Impressed by the the OI'MMtey of Fort Lauderdate
speaker on ecumenism.The pa February 3ftFaeb Malone. president of II. called for this nndrrstanding Prlesti are carrying way out the and ID 1II'rnJ"| himself I'rlMli from tll.nrI'IICt) \ of Mnnalgnor Jeremiah P
diocesan of and association with fur your souls. St Auguntlne ami,,, the lHoie eof
the Apostoiale .
St Augustine dean Mass wai will of the Church .. e. O.Mahoney of Palm heath,
Monsignor Patrick E. Nolanpreiented offered roaming.The celebrant was Chrltlan" Unity. recalled dimeaan each other. as a prerequisiteto pressed. In the Vatican Council The wnrk thai ho gale In Miami meet of whom M'Hialgmir Michael Itetrhalt

the program in Father Gloekler, with the dinettes' on ecu men Implementation of the 's document: on the liturgy this portion of tied'In..rll| had served ahuukli'rto-smut- er of Fort Plerte, MonilgnnrKomlnlc
Jacksonx ille at Bishop/ Kenny Arrhbinhop present in the leal matters. He aaid. hi part Council wlihes on unity From his own eiperlenceIU doer not slop al this moment. tier with Father ftpeUman! In J, Harry of 'Ilialeah,

High School oo February 23 saiMluary Later at the conference "The very that thing we are The Arrhblihoe reiterated :I.Y( back page (lib work continues U the the pant decade er l.o- IVre Monaignor U r: Philbin of
the Central dean Monsignor .. Father GVoeklerprei4ef reminded to do n to pray in wen relative of the Priest. Miami, Monaignor James J.

William J. Mullally P A m of the dioretan Lit.. our own pariahs for unity llepresentative, of several Walsh of MI.mlllrac'h, Moiv
Orlando at Bishop Moore urgKal Commission.I fI' to pray roolJn lily for the Pope Paul leads ceremonies congregations of haters llUldthrf'l signor, William F MiKesver
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High School, February 14, pews of Hollywood, M 1111'11 i D 0 r
Priesti the .
punned In the new ".""",." """.tt The Prlesti. Choir standing '
Coast dean Thomas O'llononl0'
and the Heat
<1 ruhriri which they hadocwened
Monsignor John J Mulbns, e during the Man Investiture investing 26 new Cardinals near the organ st the back Pompano leach Monilgnor

for his deanery and the Southwest was led by Monelgnnr Harold Joseph H eVaney of Fort
lit cave them directors ArrhMtrep Joseph P Ilirfj F Jordan of Jal''ftll.!
Coat deanery it Tarn from the I-rturgtral CommtepertKtilarly \ will pretldi- at the loner \ATICAN CITY (>f) POJ* Paul VI has invested recited the opening prayers Mytri, Monsignor Bryan 0.
The 20 Priests In the choir
of the Man All the Utln Watch of Miami Father IW-
awn with refer IHere d f newly hOlMlrH m.nig 21 new Cardmala in ceremonies conferring on them the .

Diocese offers .nr. In
tag and their muwc: work lethe March 7, TV reremmMhedalrd The Pontiff eked the Cardinal to help' him carry remained Handing and filled the itamlmg room at J. Genovar of Port Uuder
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parwnes. at I em. In MJame the weight! of his office. The Cardinals Includedone the church's The
list of hymns supreme bowed according to their cur main portal dale, and Father Hubert F,
Kvery pariah will k*\e a (tmrrh, Maud, will American, Cardinal I uniformed school chiMrrn, crush of Miami.

director, foe ",.rf'catlf>nalstaling draw trirmii here tram mast Lawrence J, Shehan of proarh ta the Pope throneat tomAi filled skis aisles of the lt"1<" ii i h.., Among the friends if Pa
The! diocesan LlturgxalCoran lit ma ainfng n ,. r.a.l. TV p Mie I. let I..... the rear of the apse. the Mtlne Choir Intoned '
(her : who tat In
Baltimore. chantof This great mi of the "al jr fj"" man a
has suggested the simple Gregorian .
"wn
mandatory at all principal nu"tU""'"'''''''' TV sew Cardinals then surged towards the, r ;; ;> lw rciervrd for them lm
that all parishes" begun In The february 8 memoIHH the Kyrie, alternate refrains .
seated lr Man.The Inn rail to tic: Jt C ":> mmtatr': brh'td; the SpellMl .
learn these hymns, if they do began at t 09 in the moml were swig by the wholecongregation
emphasizes munlon at the tide Ir f i .M'HI.MtV, bark
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New
rit already: know them. by liturgy l lit g as a double .isle: of new F.aiternrlle Cardinals This was also
heart CardMtala entered St Peter wore their distinctive vest done for the Gloria The Fpis-:

TV tuggested. hvm** for singing Otr H fie D'nre" are on ttte fellow. congregational walked in silence down the Ijtmrite vestments of wM Greek. 'arena Cardinal Jae

'ig pates from the People lung .U, part tiers of satawhirh with a broad gold\ panel down gee of padrrborn, f.ermarrread :

Va Father the of the Chair, of St Peter In
the. Peoples Hymaalipra iiiepheaseul Inks. fact in hia ad. dwMg ecwmeni Famed the Pope as he came
Cnmea
cal cvtMtrU The seats were to the 'foot of the altar al "'()CK:, bark pageGrade
:*e to the lord P 147If dre*** laat week' at tstfe regional! netting* of Ute fitted\ with national de4ega. A k;"

I l "t God We Praise Tmy PrieaUrfttta Dko ea : etf IMAS that came ta Rime te .
wHe lay eriaHStaeUesw
Name r JT honor their Cardasals. school teachers
We want fond tongrpatineal bed M the hsttire It M e |*tt
Jems ClwiK Ow 1M". Mgwg t ia al cwr *4 PMS.> will knew at lea-tUITM The CarduU bowed be.

en! King P It parlahraOerhii basic bynMiAs (here the tomb of K Peter and

'own Him. With Many ns4> I* (Me was* pd&tmages tram drff then tinted behind It and. took plan area meetings oiJ

C owns, P 12lI.mhh of the Ckwrrh fer Mt .Mtm .reat partah comer upon places fartfig the altar M the
W. Adore n... Thtrtyfne of the ttt- JACKVIMIIJ Five rkah'.pe f' r elementary
of tfe peepte w kyasvmg M A.ie tt...e dvnag the year apse
P i'l I > g at Mass. the Ceeaeaienno r.4erah g the r the heartier dartng ,

1.D"d.1Itt at Thy First Carharut > provided a bat ef U rer..ry there. thew win. bnrr Part abe was tamed late March, reports 1oI"'ftllr Mortunrr' 'nah''r, ijff;' :at of

Didet Pray. P. m bynuuPattors. ..... wV aaewlrdff of the rfcurrh on a portable the dincewan le|..rtmeflt of r
0. 1"4 With ttaarfeusir took ceawee of tkek7iwa Uu group. o| .kysMM ail be UIr M. The etd CardotaUInok rVlueation.TV Mr< h 19 "t tie laOavtuna .

\T .trr' P IMt tides bark to theer pwtssies awful law diurnal 14111talCanmaa.a.a places oo earpet A' : rhou (ieVeK Iw fr eegawsU and t*.tf fttntrti ..... beaches flanking UM 'p- (I.. diocesan super March 12 at Vftrhonl JJ ::a

'' T...og P. ta cWt>cW1 to ueTV If the |...i>e do not already Slantbesets Mary HaaMaaf Ulaado
the hyiMM the Correction I J and *** J ee..4i Mary Morris II, at Christi' o K 3Irhrl
know en
f" .i: I 'a,ae le Owr Oheatsr, .. .)... are te VIrarwH .
I Itat. he sad they w. .bate. o P. haw enMH the .... ., leaps
i'1 l i rkercfc latV
te "ery tV tities new t. gne them a Ne evening Mast tea be awe ef tasters who. wtt Worth M. at M Jude r. : : '
A: 1 h' Adored TUB*}. I>Mcee. V said as a sad oa Sunday without sge- M .
wklck .the practical Mart low karasngfamekar give d. mAii' tratMM ta tMfielda Petantavchi
P m grasp ef telrctiMS
whtefc. .11 be nal permission frem tM ef ails aikdmathematics
fcysae lanruge
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bP.pr..ur.. M ... hi tile tress wV
0 Ho> Lord by Al Adored Chancery, Moesiganr Irvine .
a" swig 1ft diocesan AM the wrt
the steal leveL g.e ....m< s* ftvnr. .t-
P 1W hugest has adrhMd% all
,1IwffIH. shape was r..f. at I a .... e.
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Afore Md Lmt PrtMH Tnrovgk a ly| grac handy are
r-.mfMlt gatVrwgs the .
shIrk IVIJlergiral MsesK <**T* ,'
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r,.rad P vafa held la the ....... free M ermr. Tb floeida rear
fII.CiLG.-wK.Ue "*. Nit .last week Marta I, at Ckrtt tie Kbg liey' .. M IsW |u..u II' "- -
.tfc d lav Father Charles W. Spellman
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Sh Petersburg Jacksonville Rockledge I70R every thing there Li t season; there If a time III

TransfigurationA Most Holy RedeemerOn St Mary f every purpose under heaven. For Christian

day of recollection, upon- March 14, Most Holy The parent+ducator sectionof everywhere March Is the season of Lent. For those of
erred by the Women's Guildof Redeemer Holy Name Society St Mary's Confraternity at in the Council. March is the time of our spring .
Transfiguration Church, will hold their annual father of Christian Doctrine mot recently meetings. It'Is also the
will be held I Wednesday, and son Communion break. to discuss the met hot!j elect officers
time
to new
March 10 Father Larion Elliot fast. The men and their sons of providing preschoolers with
SJ. will conduct the will attend the 9:30: Mass in a a religious background" anda and diocesan board mem Stn, James
services The day will begin group. Immediately after preliminary education in ben.la .
with Mass at 10 a.m. and Mass, breakfast will be serv Christian<< principles The pan. our affiliation nominal Lacher,
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close at 3 p.m. Coffee will be ed at the Normandy Community el discussion group mt at log committees are busily DrCW
provided but all are asked to Club. All fathers and the home of Mrs Bruce Dwyer. preparing a slate of officer
please bring their own lunch. their sons are invited to participate chairman (If Ute parent- .... \' to present to the membership Ii president
All the ladies from the par John Deihl, presi educators for their conilderatlon. This laIn
ish as well as all those from dent of the St. Augustine The participating panelistswho Officers installed in TampaThe it also the time and the season -
the neighboring parishes, are Deanery, will be the guest are instructors<< in the when housewives everywhere .
invited to Join the membersof speaker. Clyde King, the executive CCD school of rrtigtan at St Womcn'a Altar Society of the Carolyn Antonlnt, vice-president; Mrs. declare themselves the West Coast Deanerywere
the Guild on this day. secretary of the Dio Mary Church in Rocklodge Most Holy Redeemer Church, Tampa, Frederick Schmidt, president of Weat "master" in their household so enthusiastic about it
Please call Mrs Terence cesan Union, will also attend included Sitter M Franceses recently held the Installation the Coast Deanery, installing officer; Mrs lither start that monumental that they voted to have is as
Smith at 525-0174 for any with other officers of the St. and Sister M. St. Anne of St following officers: from the left, Mrs Delores Hanklna, president; Mrs. Cath. task known" ai ".prlD, a permanent project under
further information, Augustine Deanery Mary School; John Basqutll. Marguerite Keeler, historian; Mrs amine Linville, recording secretary; housecleanlng. their international and inter-

CDA St. Matthew Miss Margaret Canty, Mrs. Helen Niewinski, treasurer; Mrs. Pa.tricla Mrs. Rita Fulco, corresponding. la a word this It the time American relations commit.
Boy Scout troop 132, Foster Fontenot and DomInick tee.
The three courts of Catholic sponsored te shake the dust of the sea-
Smith
parliamentarian Mr and Father John X. Linnehan.
; a. tary;
St. Matthew Church Pastore.
by not
Daughters of America Boa Just put and to open the Space does permit explaining
from Pinellas Park and St. will hold their annual family The discussion centered on doors and windows of oar the entire projectbut
Petersburg will sponsor a program night on March 8. Maurice V. good parental example as the Pollens and Mrs August Galll minds and hearts to allow the the idea is to adopt a
Houston is scout master, foremost point in formationof DeBary Eau "sister" in of
consisting of colored Reindl.!! The party was held refreshing air of change te parish one the
Louis La Grande is commit.tee religious habits. Panelists St Ann AscensionThe Latin American .
slides and narration on the on February 11 and the appointments come 111.New poorer countries
chairman and John Mont. emphasized the obligation of) Ladies of the Guild reportan
Holy! Shroud, on Wednesday, carried out the Ascension Catholic I where the people haveso
is institutional the parent to encourage his attendance of 120 card faces, new person aU. and the
March 31, at 8 pm. in the gomery repre Valentine theme. Women's Guild of Eau Gal- little communistsare
Friendship Room of the First sentative. child by introducing him to players at their dessertbridgeparty ties, and new ideas are the so willing to take over,
Federal Savings and Loan Blessed TrinityThe principles of the faith in dayto held in the Community The regular monthly meeting lit will hold its annual installatlon lift blood of our organization. and to give them real assistance .
Center of neighboring Del- of the guild was held on I ceremonies on As each takes
Association, at 800 49th Street Blessed Trinity Bazaar day living. new president by providing them with
North, St. Petersburg. Members will be held on May 2. A fried The parent-educator sectionof tona. February 19 in the Madonna March 9 at the Eau Gallic office wo hope that she, like those small items that meanso
and prospective members chicken dinner will be served the Confraternity seeks to Deltona 1 residents, Mrs Room and plans were con Yacht Club Newly elected Clean Clara, in Wm. B. much, such as pencils,
are cordially invited that day in conjunction with impress upon Catholic par Arch Gllchrlst and Mrs. Ed. cluded for the country steak officers to be installed at the Rands' nursery rhyme will needles, thread, rosaries, holy
the bazaar from 12 to 8 p.m.A ents the fact that this function ward Schillo were assisted by dinner which was given by approach her new task with cards, etc
SaraiotaQuern ""umptlon as teachers of religion in fellow Deltonans, Mrs. Rhoda the parish on February 20 at time are the same energetic intention:
( of Martyrs At the monthly meeting of the home is their God.given Saeld, Mrs. Harry Withers, the DeBary Fire Hall. More Mrs. Donald Halsema, president This Is aa opportunity to
Assumption Parish Guild, held assignment. Mrs Earl Logan, Mrs Leo than 400 people were served. ; Mrs James McMen- Tomorrow morning she really help "the least of enr

Monday The parish, March Guild 8, at will 8 meet p.m. last Monday, (March 1) Mrs ,..-... .' $.'-' r.. r ""' .'. ."" '.1J"'J"T"' -' -'.-......-.-.-..-. -,<(7'1, amy, vice-president; M r s. To means sweep to the try cobwebs brethren" and consideration.certainlymerits
year
William 11. Maloney program .r Richard Grace recording
in the church hall. : 1 from the sky;
Election of officers will I I chairman, moderated a discussion secretary; Mrs. Frederick Some people say the girl This past month was not
take place at this meeting.The on vocations, "How Dorsey, corresponding seers will rue It, without its sorrows as well as
nominating committee Do We Best Serve?" Panel. tary; Mrs. Frederick May, But my belief Is she will its Joys. The shadow of death
chairman, Mrs. Mark Peters, ists were: Sister Robert Myra treasurer do It. was over many of our homes
and her assistants, Mrs. William O.P., Mr and Mrs. Paul r. >rM The program for the evening in the Diocesan Council, and
O'Neill, and Mrs. Jean Waite, Miss Agnes Williams, will commence at 7 p.m. And do it she win, and to those bereaved memberswe
and Mrs. J, Charles t ti have the wholehearted .
Treraou-
f I" cooperation .
will the extend our sincere
Gwaltney, present "- Recipient of the annual sympathy
slate of candidates. of the membership.Why and our earnest
let.Plans i woman of the year award prayers
for the April lunch Became our "Clara" that the burden of sorrowwill '
will be announced by Father
and installation of officers dares to be different. She has
eon 11 not be too heavy. May
st: If Martin B. Power of the Ascension
were announced. parish. some new ideas and the courage Our Lady of Good Counsel
.
St. PetersburgContact
to
V'P.I try them.
Clermont Installing of the officers comfort you in your grief and
Mrs Beverly Herbert Hoover once said keep you In her car,
Murphy will be made by Mrs. Joseph
Blessed Sacrament
347.5085 for local ads in Schoebert who has long been that we hear a lot about the As always,
thil Father Henry J. Miron will "common man" but it is to Sis Lacker
tret.
active in the Guild and other
hold a dedication ceremonyon the "uncommon man" that
Catholic activities
) March 28 in which he will we look for leadership.

Edouard C. Craig bless statues, stations and ,;"JIA., .... Mrs.Chairman James of Devlin the event is. From the West Coast Deanery St. Petersburg
ably assisted
altars. The public is invited. I comes a new idea that
Contractor and Distributer d by Mrs. George BonI. you might like to try in your

for fAlKOS'llhTHESR ....... """" face.Ormond, affiliation. It's called the Sister
DANIEL T. WINTER ft CO.
Vie.*4 Metal MOllIe',! Ceramte TlUt" WHO APVKRTISKna SUPPORT ::1 '.. ,., .. Beach Project. The affiliations ....pit.l.; School 'OIIcI.4tOJ .

'IM4mJt.Se. 3474101 TOUR CATHOLIC PAPER Panel discussion at Rockledge St BrendanThe F.rilenlltr.! Ildi'

Holy Sacrament of St. Petersburg
Teachers' of religion In the St. left: Dominick Pastore, Sister M. Fran. Confirmation was given to ( 7". ISt rhetla 1620)11ALPINE)

J. tee Ballard Mary's Confraternity school of religionmet crsea, John Basquill, Mrs. Foster Fon 140 children and adults, Fri
Pritidtnt recently to discuss the means by tenot, and Sstcr M. St. Anne. Included day, February 26, by Archbishop
which parents may Instruct their preschoolers in the panel I, but not present for the Joseph P. Burley
in attitudes toward their I picture was Miss Margaret Canty. For information in reference / :
Nil faith. Leading the discussion were from to a three day retreatto The al nlW NWng: HOT
= a be held at the Coquina Hotel for the freest. in Nears;rj
oezv ar.C -- Ormond Beach, May 21, 4" ttII Street, N.ftla Home Car.
a. a rroore.r "" ",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Try might of right not 22 and 23, call or write Mrs. I67-4S7J
rsta.sCC.e sear.H. Charles Bodkin, 203 Country J4S4 .
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N.NN.NIN.N.NNNNNNe says topher's Circle. Reservations
and deposit of 110 must be I I Holy Nim Church
KOMK (NC)-Men today must educate future generations made by April S. r: OIL TodayBOWEN'S
"to have confidence in the might of right rather Lenten Devotions will be ; JACKSON'SSHOES

than in the right of might," Pope Paul VI has counseled held every Wednesday, 7.30

The Pontiff thus summedup p.m. and Stations of the
the problem of peace In foundations of peace and of Cross, Friday afternons at Standard/ O1 Preset/
our time and the future in a the good and |peaceful coexistence 2'30 and 7:30 p m. DON BARDELLA
brief talk on February 21 of peoples." The Women's Club held 862-2450 "' 11I.'w

from his window overlooking The Pep expressed his their regular monthly meetIng WE OIL HONOR CREDIT STANDARD CARDS 441 Central Are, IIMW
M, Peter's Square. pleasure that so Important March 1 in the
Tnlllinna como to.play.o. many parish social .,..
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To some :OOoO, iMtors the leaders met in New Yorkto hall Mrs Lloyd Rente),
Pope recommended they pray consider his predecessor's president Introduced the
to Our Lady, Queen of' Peace, word and added that "it also guest speaker, United States ROBINSON INSURANCE AGENCYJOHN
to>> attain the goal of peace pirates us because of the Marshal John E. Maguire H.
extension it gives to the Sr.. who was one of the men RAf.RY
yrt Noting that at New York teaching of peace it is to this involved in a heroic episodeof 311) Contra) Ave. '4V
there had been a meeting to that we must educate ourselves World War II that was to St. Pettrtburf 16%.%14'
commemorate Pacem in Ter- and the new &generations : become world famous when
7iIrr'i's rls, he declared that Pope not to make them timid the commander of the PT
John XXIIl's encyclical, but to live them confidencein boat 109 in that event became
"summing up the teachings the might of right<< and not President cf) the U.S.,
of Pope... Pius XII, defined the in the right of might- John F Kennedy.
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TIuoo Th. Florida Catholic' Friday March S, 1985. .

Irish bureau Pontiff gives

Pope reviews heavy burden liii: mu spurs address In English

causing 'note of sadness' r--- missionary studies at consistory

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VATICAN CITY (NC) Pope Paul VI sounded a By Leila Carroll VATICAN CITY (NC-Fol.)

note of aadnesa and preoccupation in his weekly general Nn\C News Senior lowing is the text of the English

audience on February 17. admitting: to sorrow "whichat DUBLIN Overseas mission activities by Irish ,language address given

times resemble agony" in the fulfillment of_, hia__, dutiea.__.n__ clergy and lay persona have been aided greatly In the by Pope Paul VI to the En.
Among the most acute of past three yean by_a newly-founded bureau here, theMinslonary glish-speaking new Cardinals
at the '
these sorrows he said Is "un. sorrows which come aboveall Service Center. February consistory

faithfulness of some good from his insufficiency, The service center! was the sionary service center hopeto "Our sincere paternal
people who forget the beauty which is always before him, sImo' i brainchild of Father J Newman continue that tradition and greeting<< to you. beloved sons
and gravity of the pledges almost conflicting with the of st. Patrick Collegein : to steadily Improve the of the English speaking world..
which link them to Christ and enormous and infinite mass Ma.vnooth and was lar&t'lyoranlzt'd quality of their services.Provinces "You represent In the sa

His Church Another he of his duties, his problemsand by Father M, C. Bred college developing countries
said is responsibilities where you and your colleagues .
the sorrow of seeing Petty S.J. Its primary aim set .
in the hierarchy, untiring
the Then! there are sorrows
thinking of the Church central
was to provide a
misunderstood and its charity arising precisely from his ('}' bureau where missionary information for workers In relativelynew
e11f Precious
rejected." ministry and its exercise. and techniquescould vineyards are buildingup
This is the same fate of those the Church and organizing
Asking then at the audience who would follow the Lord, be assembled and BloodSociety its life and works
for their trust and the Cross to be borne with traded among groups Involved "You represent the second
understanding, he confidedto Him In overseas mission spring foretold by Cardinal
and for Him All the \\TOV.
them that i work. Ohio (SC'Th.Soc.'ly ) !Newman In Great Britain
"the Tope also
more is it the fate of one whois of the Precious
Secondly, the center describes Blood where
needs comfort assimilated into Christ r the episcopate, clergy
will
itself as "a kind of establish three provinl'esfor and faithful are renewing
"Together with the spiritual through the Priesthood and credit I union cooperative' its operations In the United their 1.,1 I and apostolic(
the
through office
pastoral
comforts coming from on that offers advice and provokes States by April 20.! fervor, exemplified In the historic
high the This aspect belongs to our Guild at Christ the Father John K
Pope has his own meeting King parish discussion regardingnew Byrne see of Westminster
inner spiritual life and It is approaches to the mission C.PI1.S.. head of the society'sAmerican Your presence recalls the

Reports increase silence better than to pass speak it of over it in Father John J Lenihan, standing, were Mrs James Middleton treasurer; apostolatt. province !here, said first foundation of Catholicism

"But there spoke recently to( the Women's Guildof Mrs Erwin F Mennuiffer secretary; the division has been approved in the United States of
are sorrow One of the first remits of the
on Congo martyrs which have their origin andhutory Christ the King parish in Jackson- Father W. Thomas Larkin: Mrs. the sen let bureau was the by of Religious Sacred Congregation in America, In the senior set of

in external things and vine on Catholic Chanties. Greeting Daniel Japour., president; and Mrs establishment Is 1!%) of the Rome, The new provinces Baltimore.

ROME (NC) The total these everyone can discern Father Lenihan from the left, seated FJ. Redmond Jr., 1st vice-president Irish missionary sammer will be known as the Clncmnati M.\ n dill.I :Metropolitan

number of Priests and Religious and know, if not assess We school held la Dublin. province .which will have .Archbishop of Armagh evokesby
shall not draw up a list-it JacttonvilU headquarters here the han his attendance hert the
including native ;
ISO Priests Broth-
clergy martyred in the Con would be fairly long .e Christ the King en Nearly and Sisters attended, the sas City province with headquarters unflagging faith and worldwide

go since the rebel Insurrec will just mention one thing Florida ReportsOrlando rather John J. Lenihan ofSt S2 lecture sessions which in Kansas City, Missouri apoklolutt of the Irish

lion last year hat been set at "One of our most acute Patrick Church, Jacksonville brought together mission experts ; and the Pacific prov whose "Priests were leadersIn

128 sorrows is the unfaithfulness addressed membersof ( from many parts of the Irce. with headquarters at bringing the Gospel blessings -
Statistics published in the .f some good ,,"pie"h. forget perior and teacher at the the Guild of Christ t h eKing world The school was repealed Santa Rosa, California. Each: to your countries

I"rencb.language edition of the "beauty and gravity St James Jesuit High School in Tampa Church Arlington recently ( In lOfU, and plans are pro'lnC'III elect its own "May your Inclusion In the

(Fides a mission news rrtii .f the pledge which link The officers of St James will be the guest speaker, Father I-emhan outlined already underway to hold provincial governing board consUtory signify not only

"a February 191, include them la Christ and Ills Holy Name Society will call The day of recollection will the functions and needsof this year's school in time last after April 20, rather Byrne the diversity of the sacred
consist of three conferenceseach the Catholic Charities, said,
nine Dominican Sitters from hurch. attention to all men of St. part of July college, but above all the
Salsinnes-N a m u r, Belgium, lasting approximately h a t h a r Lenihan emphasized
James parish the beginning The unity In love and
As a result of the summer Cincinnati province will respect
"Thll, Pope Paul continued :20! minutes,
whose deaths
on November of the annual mission for all Include which binds to all Its
schools and of the new spiritof all territory salt of you
26:! had not previously been is the phenomenonwhich The theme of the confer'eoce 1. The wonderful work they
the men of the parish this Mississippi: members, to the Vicar ot
cooperation fostered by River except
\erified Is painfully accentuated will be the spiritual exercises could do for the exceptional
Sunday, March 7. Illlnnli Christ and to the Universal
the service renter plans art and UUronsln.
Six other Belgian Dominican by the evolution of of st. Ignatius The children of the Morning! Star ,
missionaries, four Priests- modern life in the field of The mission will be conducted day of recollection will con School by helping them bothsplrltu.lly now underway to launch an The Kansas city provincewill Church throughout thaworld"

and two Brothers, died thesame doctrine as well as of morals by Father Bowling and elude with Benediction of the and physically to Irish international medical embract Illinois, '\Slsconnln -
and of orientation Father McGuinn of the Pas- Most Blessed Sacrament lead normal lives, service which would enlist
day, according to news practical fairly and territory went I of
received here How many weaknesses, bow sionist Fathers Services will Since\ a mission will not h* 2 The Importance( of visitIng doctors and lay medics for the Mississippi to the western
much how be held each evening at 7.30. conducted this this day in each those work In the foreign missions. JACKSONVILLEContact
The total deaths since the opportunism, year, parish aged boundaries of Montana Wy.
Morning Masses will be at 7and The medical service is Ih.proJ.d .
uprising Include one Bishop. much conformism how has been made available to people who art now shut ins omlng, Colorado and New Mr. David MacNsmara
.
S 4J, with a million Instruction of Dr John Ilk key,
much cowardice! assist the societies in
How homes Parishioners
in
80 Priests 17 Brothers and 30 can each Mast, prepslug can Mexico 72S4i for local sds !I"
Sitters, Fides reported.JACKS0NVIIIE. we not suffer from the de- at for the coming Lenten get: the names of such shut an Irish physician who The Pacific province will
this: .,
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serOon of sons educated at This Is a wonderful opportunity season ins from their pastors and are served for two years at St.Luke's Include all states west of "

the school of Christ and so for each man of the Additional Information can urged to begin the practice of Hospital la. Anus, Montana, Colorado and New

loved by Him sons so netes- parish to do something of Infinite be obtained by contacting the such a work of memy, MgeriaMth Mexico Including Alaska and :

Contact Mr, D.wiel M.tN.m.i. tar>' to the Church the com value for his own lift base chapel, extcnsito 2W6. A mother-daughter Communion \ the missionary service I Hawaii, U1.11r.ess r r..'''.
munity and to society and for his own soul breakfast will be heldin center handling the paperwork The Society
was founded In
725-0481 for l kcal l .eI M Good
And what' should we say The Holy Name Society ShepherdTht the S t S Cafeteria on Sunday Dr, Mickey has enlisted Rome In IBIS by M Ganpar -f'-- :
this; .'.., of another sorrow, recurring urges every man in the parish Holy Name Communion March 7, after the I :30a several! medical school deans del Buffalo who was canon

everv day. of seeing the to set side this. time each breakfast at Good Shepherd m Mass in Christ the King and heads of missionary societies lied In 19M, The American PL_ !

thinking of the Church misunderstood evening to make the mission parish in Orlando proved Church. to Join In the program province was founded 1M4

INCOME TAX and its charity rejected It will he the best thing each to be very successful with Mrs Japour president, appointed Officials at the service The Society has sum 2000)

EMPIRE ACCOUNTING The inefficiency of of us can do to bring out the over 200 men participating.Films Mrs James hogarty renter see a nerd to reappraise members In this country who
SERVICES apostolic work and incorrect real meaning of the seasonof were presented of the and Mrs Robert O McGill the entire approach to operate" minions, parishes e g D'Ae'001i00

724.0S17 study which distorts the Lent and prepare for the put world series' and the as chairman and cochairman : missionary activities With chaplaincies and schools In

,....... v .,...-. -- Cnuixh intvatlons and reJet Resurrection Latter Sunday men enjoyed a talk by umpire respectively, of Ui* this, aim in mind it has or 22: stairs and 40 archdiocesesand
.
1r a.e. its tl N r .,ts its offers are deep and morning Burkhart nominating committee fanired weekend seminarsfor dIOl......

dai'\ thorns in the heart of minion seminary rectors, In the Dlotest nl St. A*
the shepherds of the Church St Aadrrw Tarpon Springs Heads university permitting them to exchange guMin. St Andrew parish In

MQCSOMVsllll WNIJt sod :ft our own the Holy ha Claudia Trtoia commander !NU Uoatiu MONTRr: AL c'tn-nr(: ) information on training programs o Orlando Is under the cart of
t' ';ud. Marion Clark ''hIU.... post The forty Hours DrvotKin Roger Gaudry SI, teacher and the pooling of .p..- members of the Society of the eeAallak .ei

Thunderbird'itSTAVtUNt' 227 all wo-m.n' American will. open on Sunday March and 1C'If'flt.1., will become rector dallied personnel. Precious 1IIoud.Sudan e... M STIAKSRELIGIOUS.cur at. t1.b..a .

Legion poet presented 10 7. with the 12 oclock Mass of the University of Mon Since she earlrllddl" sine
classroom flags and wall treal effective June 1. the '
SCONOCJU099 The Holy Hour on Sunday missions
Ages Ireland has bees
,
use
StfVWf D Bcr man to hold the post .f the great mlulo".ndlnl'

STEAKSSEAFOODS recently tckxk. The appointment was mad countries .f |h. Catholicworld. suffor further BOOK
Sixth district commander Paul Fmil
Th Masses on Monday and on February by .
,... 'C "rr. I. es1.wIe.S .. Carolyn rnd instructed the Tuesday will be at 713 a m Cardinal Leger of Montreal, & GIFT SHOP
.. '........11 _'..... students on flag etiquette and destructionMMIMU. M.I.e, rhu JMx..1lu. uq
chancellor Thou Involved In the mis-
and at 8 e clue k in the eve- university
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PRIME RIIStut Joseph t-A. .t.. .y." ,. ..,..
r My
its importance and also the ting ....... rililrae.trnua
ixmsswAYACXSONVUI 353-7419 proper way to fold the Amer Father George 'limes fanda ( nNotlh.rn ) ..y..

( rtOtOA 2)4 W, Forty St.EAstERL.IN.G lean nag Commander. Trtoia C 55 R will give sermons at Sudanese troops (51155..u.....is.....al.0 i ...t.ell........
Stressed tit* Importance of time evening servkesConfessions have sacked and wreaked four ...., ..... rmi.e
the proper way to dispose of will be heard r Jdk Catholic mission stations In Phone' 7JI04SI
the American flag and to take after the evening devotions. the southern part of the country

PHARM C.Y' the message home U their Th* closing of the Forty I y It was reported here. "."" ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
parents Hours Devotion will take ilii The action
was apparentlypart
alll..l. /.... aefln..uew. Mrs Ruth Hamrr read tie ; asyw.
.... C'_ ,.... ... ,._ ...-. place at the I clock: Mass on ,1 of reprisal measures 1Ms "/ Pe
C... n.s.e ... _.., t.._ ... _. ... brief history on the life of Tuesday evening taken by the Arabic North .
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HK4. a' .L. /4115 Abraham Lincoln. Mrs Elea against the Negro South for
rill t.mmff as r. .".
S. .. .1111.11.. .._ ....... Abel read the blessing for the New Port Richey the girllla warfare bring
ceremony Commander Trtoia Queen of Pear waged by Southern frmkirn
e
presented the flags and wall fighters."
It'. our Pleasure brackets to Sitter Mary An- Th* Priests of Queen of
feline, principal of M Andrew Peat<< parish art planning to The mlnlim. stations 'laid

to serve you . School. Th eMir sasemMv conduct a film appreciation waste art al :Maen, Wars*,

And our Responsibility l sang the Star Spangled festival during the Sundays Thlet (Msjtnt:\ ) and CofrUI
) Banner Cater bearers of Lent The overall theme
to serve you WELL! ." Only the walls of the minskin
will be 'The Living ChrUt
were Betty Brock.*4I and N ...
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This series Is said to b* the .. buildings were left standing
Hotel George \Washington Muriel MorrisonPwt ? wH e Ahq/srL'IW./ .
t ofthe .. The tabernacles In the "[
3(7 Is a veteran to St. m* cwmfrirt depletion aftt
t-j fie We of Christ filmed churches were profaned and y.
ever tExcellent
Andrew School and Uwirh.
Roosevelt Motor Hotel the post dedicated the first Tfi.* obfsNty.! of this eiprrtiftratal Try this kitchen treat the statues destroyed
It was alto reported, her
1 endeavor will be to -
osiers to the tburcb when
new Alaska king crib and (itinkl* again ge.n5ialy" that me t of the 197 muter
la i. k', cJACKSONVillE: ; It wee dedicated.M git* the viewers an oppor
.., Awirew twisty to develop a matureapproach macaroni combine to make w ,Hi parmesan and bake in seminarians of the vuariat / Food
to and delightful dishes, both Kalian 3jO' oven 30 K miMjIei, apoibrftc of Wan were unable
appreciaboa
A and Informative
very iaterettg of good. whtririom films. and American For this until piping hot Just I.*. to go horn for their vat atlons TWO JAC SOMitktt LOCATIONS
talk was presentedto The film festival will take revlp us* frozen Alaska fore serving plume under\ because their homr had bees lso ...,'. 5,4. a--.e.sat/

Society th* St at Andrew Its monthly Holy Nam inert- place u the parMi hall b* tag crab meat to get the broiler. a'*.. mmuttt. to destroyed and their parents sinless. JnMMt
brows. had had to flee Into th bwh"
and teilu/t
log Suaday February 17. by IMtmnf on March 14 at 7 p m right flavor """" U1uu" uun

guest speaker Bob Willis. A brief lecture by ,'.cw., t:: ,,,' ( RIB TtTn'lI': "I ---- -- ---
siai general manager of the Or Richard Kirctmrr O S B wall a ...... is". I a,....
iando Twins euttuuag the duUi precede each showwgTh bete. M.nMa wit n".4 ..l'.54 .

and. problems of the final *co4* of thus ...... f_ .........
staff of both ones win. be shown on Faster .5...
managerial
ma e..... ..--. M.Y.
fcmday April 11 and wmleaUr
fa and minor league baseball a "assess,. .." Wonderfulway
teams the Rs rrtlMa of ... ........ MM
Cnriat 5 .... -- .1.wen.
MCKSONVIUiJ
DOWNTOWN H* was aMy assoted by .. -
Tommy. TfcMnptoa a mtrn- .... ........ -.
her of tilt Ortaado T-(... who TmprVrprtual. Gunk noodles cording fo rream mushrnnmi rcanlalrrk

spoke M t** M* and amtotiooe llrlprattwr I* package tftmlMt and SllnhS

tf a msur league bal l... ...* UtrHiyr n.....rt after rooting

YM .a n* A_,_.... INUUST player M R of ow (<..*? of P fpHuai Gull. ...,...* .4H ten dress up
Both MIl tysrd earfc is. wbrr Mp flares bus. a* An but not fading. apart
TOO
w *to Hi .
tf the Society t* attend smeared. that shier the SSMV Priaar sup a. dirwiMtMsr4

/ -- at lens a fw *f t** ..... sonhy *i the tstry4n! ,ftorirty crab meat. mix wait, meatlessmealsl

this senses a alms ef than MIl wp and as.as with wilt JLav
BEACH BOULEVARD 7W SMUsag was ah* attewtod \teeter en rwenimsMsm win greet ad a swrh of nut "'TIy
e.4.e.aM..:. e..1.Me J-I ay Harry Nr4..mBMtof be srMed for three rtw- a*..< hi. a haltered baling ..mIll Ilolln l lft
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MMTt High Mwoltra seesltne "tdMId.I7', March. dish JIIIC toe' deeps placelayer 7.r1/

,-k sad foott3 cock. U), 17 :4. of ai,arapta. ruing
AMCRICA4I Air Terre Bse the mdrt 2 pockagts Add
Tb M. Mapt's My. Name noodles. arraagMg to top Aid a tatty touch to meatless metis! *"a! HUM two great soups from Kaorr

-- -. Ia-.-S. Soorty sad tt* 51. Tt-rrsa'sSarwty 0..dr.n" of atfararus Salt: amid pea Octn ef Mushroom made with wit
,.a..rN, --I of OrUadt ATB w. Iwo Me wwa1..4 fr iKdMJr amid cover gen- LICk, a MKKHU potato soup flavortd delicately with leek, Aad remember, for

...... a day tt rtcflllvrbo -- -_w 1.Lay -__e-1.-. rowdy with Valid Par real soup, us' either/ taha you nuls u yourself or you DUke it with
AMERICAN( Z&J at the bat chapel 1 frees 21 -. a..4 r. tunas rhers Put crabmeat Kaon?
p f VvlFaUitr *, .IIU se ,.1a.1 ..-- i .>urt on top of a..
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Catholic CommentFather Child Jesus, who was God, are tempted more than_ ._ others


On the other nand, u our In,
took a human nature THERE is one problem in fancy and childhood were

SpellmanTHE which all of us marked by warmth, love and

GOD the Son possessing have to contend. It Is the problem frequently-voiced approval,

divine nature eter. of temptation. Father our home a haven of domestic
funeral] of a Priest is a return Priest who had a quiet but deep effect yA
sally became man. Not lay. and security, we
peace \
elf probably
which all
It Is the ttTress
rather urge J.
You have a flock with. on everyone. He led by example Leo
Calvary. r
now a
aside His possess tolerant
ing divinity, He ns feel, at times to seek our
out a shepherd; the Upper Room with. than by word. made a human nature His Frank J.Sheed eon. will at the expense of friendly generous and chart
When called to be historian
an
upon r table disposition.
out the Master. To have met Father own; and this nature was nota God's will.
he proved to be outstanding.When mask, wearing which lie t These are but a few thus I
Spellman was to have met the shepherd called to be a counselor of We know that the ultimate
upon
trations of the effect
would look like a man and act which
and the master. His death leaves he unsurpassed. When source of temptation is to be m
was
youth earliest
experiences
like a men; it was not a pre. In hUtmanlty' our have
his people with the feeling that they called upon to run a parish without a tence of any kind. His human found in. original sin.beginning, had upon our present per,

have lost both. parochial school, he organized an out. soul and body were real and there was an very act of rebellion ed from our parents, Except sonallty. For most of us the

Father Spellman, pastor of the standing Confraternity of Christian really His; as your soul and against God which Irreparably In identical twins, born froma picture has been neither aU l)

Church of Our Saviour at Cocoa Beach Doctrine program for the education of body are real, and really by letting them think they damaged the control single egg, no two persons black nor all white. Few of

was a Priest who belonged to his fellow public school children. When he saw yours were teaching him When which reason was designed to have exactly the same One will physical be us have been severely dam,
He said His first clear word, endowments. aged by our environment but
Priests and to his people. No greater the possibility of opening a Catholic True God lie became true they were delighted and exercise over human behav by nature more vigorous than unless we are exceptionalfew

tribute could be paid to him than school he opened not one but two. man. proud. With their aid lie had ior. In the state of original another; more active more of us have ended our

the void that filled the hearts of those When confronted with gigantic justice to know the good was emotional more passionate
Like other men, lie beganat really accomplished something to do it.After childhood without a few psy.
who knew him and who are now separated growth in the parish he laid the the beginning an em which His vocal organs Eden reason no long. more talented or more Intellectually chological or emotional trau

from him by death. It is the groundwork for three parishes. Father bryo. Like the rest of us, He and the experimental powers er had the ability to discriminate gifted. mas.

came sense of loss which pervaded Calvary Spellman was a Priest who spent him. was born a baby grew intoa of His human mind would not clearly between the true Perhaps more importantthan So, our temptations do til

on Good Friday. No matter where self for Christ He was a Priest that small boy, a big boy, a have accomplished unaided.If good and the phony good. The heredity has been our fer in nature in gravity or I

Father Spellman} labored, you always you took for granted. His true great. youth a man Human bodies Mary and Joseph had not specious good of self-satisfaction environment. Our environment in frequency. It would be a I
all that happens
have laws and Ills nourished the Child embraces
had the confidence that the Church ness could only be appreciated in was subject adequate. came to loom larger, birth onward great mistake however, to I
to them. Human souls ly, lie would have been under. to us from
than the good
often genuine : think that we are the helpless '
"would prosper there. His delight was death.We have laws logical and psychological nourished, and His body of God's law. The environment of our Infancy of 'I
victims our past.
to be among the children of men to stand now on Calvary knowingwell among others would have shown it. If they The fact of original sin answers and childhood, especial.

make them the children of God. that an Other Christ has died. and His was subject to them. taught: Him to speak with a the basic question of ly the treatment we got from Whatever ear particular I

His influence among his fellow Although we feel the loss, we know )He[ had five senses, and Galilean accent then lie "Why temptation!" It does the people around us, was wayward tendency may be,

Priests was as great as his influence well that Father Spellman was about they really worked. The out. spoke with a Galilean accent not answer, however, the crucial to the kind of per. we can keep It under control

his own parishioners. Strangely his Father's business even unto his er world came through to His at any rate until such somewhat puzzling question sonality we now possess.If by determined use of our

among brain as lie felt it, saw and time as school teachers or as to why some persons are as a child, we felt unwanted free will fortified by God's

enough Father Spcllman's name was death.May heard and smelt and tastedit. meeting men of other provinces more severely tempted than or unloved we now grace, channeled to us

not often mentioned for he was a he rest in peace His human mind took hold had let Him hear a more others. In baptism we all received are likely to be of a jealous through the sacraments and

of what the senses had conventional utterance. the same supernatural temperament, never quite prayer.

brought to the brain, acted Many child ends more life and the same supernatural sure that friend or spouse
a up Another great defense
Sacred Scripture upon it, reacted to it, went learned than Ills parents, but virtues. We all started really does love us. In some
against temptation as
I through all the processes of there Is a time when they are even. Yet, we have not remained instances we may be temptedto ben of Alcoholics Anonymoushave mem

thinking upon it. his teachers So It even. still our chronic love-hun
only was so well Is to
Lord thanked proven
for enduring This the ger by sexual excess.If .
mercyIN Is what philosophers with Our Lord. At life progresses, some of in home think less about ourselvesand
call I I experimental we grew up a
us are afflicted with more more about others, Ou-
In His human mind there where there was economical
psalm 117 we have a the ((5-18)) this knowledge- the way human
psalm rescue numerous or more severe temptations lessen in direr
I were certain special super cia and much talk of
interesting exampleof is described by an individual beings learn by experiencingand natural gifts we shall discuss temptations than. others Why proportion to the time and
; money problems, we now may
Old Testament liturgical speaking in the first person. by reflecting One upon ex them later; but in the should this be so? feel Insecure and tend to be effort we expand In promotIng -

prayer. The people are gath Falhtr It seems that quite he probable Is however perience.more out of soul person or body can than get order of experimental know. A major part of the answer overly acquisitive and miser. the happiness and the

Bred before the gate of the John J. acting as another ledge: as in the order of bodily lies in the fact that no two ly. If our parents were generous : good of our neighbor.It .

temple and a chanter per. 1 spokesman for the nation. development He grew like of us have exactly the same with criticism but should be encouraging to

haps a Priest, invites them CulelotThe / First comes a beautiful Vhen the person was God other men. It was in these type of personality. Our personality stingy with praise we now remember too, that the more

all, laity, clergy and pros. proclamation of trust In God's lie could get Incomparably two orders that Mary and develops partly from may have subconscious feelings errant our emotions and pas

elytes (converts), to give solemn un f alII I I I n gloving-kindness more out of them than any Joseph had to play their parental heredity; that Is, from the ( of inferiority and may lions may be, the greater our

thanksgiving to the Lord: ((5-9)). Then the representativeof merely human person could part in His growth.We nervous and glandular systems seek to compensate for those merit and the more rugged

Give thanks to the Lord reason for the magnificent the people recalls the actual have got. cannot know, and only the brain and the physique feelings by faultfinding and our virtue with each successive

for he Is good, for his mercy expression of gratitude situation which threat. But they were still a human very cautiously can we try which we have inherit- talebearing. victory
ened them; note the liturgical to Imagine, what all this
endures forever. Let the soul and human
a body. If
which Is to follow seems lube
refrain at the end of verses meant to Mary and Joseph.
house of Israel "His lie had out of them
say got more Paul VI
the recent of the Pope
rescue 10, 11, and 12. Did Our Lady this early,
endures
mercy forever, Let than was In them then they
people from an alarmingly know the doctrine
the house of Aaron say "His The next section (1MB( ) Is would really have been onlya even of the
endures forever"" Let perilous situation, a rescue what the psalmist himself kind Blessed Trinity! It was not
mercy of fiction after all education
In which the hand of God has taught: in the Old Testament New spiritual grows
those Mho fear the Lord say, calls a "joyful shout of vic In other words lie did not
been evident. so that if she knew it, it -
quite
"I lis mercy endures forever"M tory. In the name of the take short cuts! He did
not must have been by a special Following Is the conclusionof form a great work from will experience the fecundit\
( ). In the first main section of LORI)), page six the of His .
use divinity person revelation from God of whichwe the translation of the which the spiritual life of the and felicity which obedience

to by pass the difficultiesof have not been told. Italian address given by Pope Church has reaped Immense brings with It obedience to

Father Michael V, Con** His humanity As an in. As we have noted In an Paul M at his regular weekly benefits the Church and to those withIn
fant lie had to be fed from
earlier column, Gabriel may general audience on January Its zeal Is growing, modifying it. whose duty is to educate ,
of Nembre Dt Dies llis
Mission! > mother's breast. He
r'1 could have said the Annunciation
at
1J:5: more 13. The Tope urged Catholics certain aspects of ritual the faithful to worshipthe
as we have noted have
nour than Luke reports: He who find it hard to ad- discipline which have today Father "in spirit and
ished I His infant
body by
an may have revealed the whole just to the new liturgical become Inadequate and aimIng truth" (John 4, 23)).

r cat chapteRs In ac but t of that I hiss would divine have omnipotence been to, doctrine of the Blessed Trinity changes in the Mass to be courageously but deliberately This Is our recommendation

turn I His humanity, not intoa to her. docile and have faith.MIL'S at deepening the essential this is our hope, whu>

florIoa CAtholic histORY farce of course, but to some But from what Luke dues by entering into the meaning, the communi we wish to confirm with ow

extent Into a fiction. report, 1I\ I Is clear at leant that of this project ) tartan requirements as well apostolic blessing.
the knew thai this Child of as the supernatural value of
Miracles, when He came to of salvation which the
Chapter 82FItOH ities In Spain to act on the can, of the Dominican House work them, were for others. hers, no evidently human, Church Is today promotingwith the ("burch'lorahip.. It ,Is

family to family long.Ignored request for Irish of St. Paulin Seville lie, too, not trouble'saving devices for was certainly dh Int'. renewed fervor and achieving this by s underlining Mass guide
Priests. On 21 1791 lacked the final two of above ..11he\ function performed
llassett trudged May a years I Himself.He Her and Joseph's, modern norms, you are performing
every
by the Word of Godas
royal order cleared the way theology, as also did the third had to learn to not only a religious
walk. Instruct must have been to
Instructing children and for three Irish clerics to de. Priest in the party, Father and must be work but an apostolic activity found in both the Sacred SUNDAY.: March T
Ills
helped lie
by prostrate in adoration of
adults In the elements of part as soon as possible and McCaffrey, a Carmelite, parents; He had to learn to His divinity as well. Scriptures and In the teach 1st Sunday In Lent. (MI"

Christian doctrine To every in December of that year the twenty-seven years old, a native talk with them still aiding Hut that would have meant The apostolate Is your special catechism ings and exhortations and of the of Sunday, Creed, Prefaceof

family he gave catechisms In clerics were aboard ship sail of Mullingar, Ireland. We must not think of Him as failing In their duty as par. program. Therefore, the by sermon and Lent)
giving
clarity as well
for St. Their as
the English language that ing Augustine.Michael The Priests arrived at St. being able to talk all the time ents. While they lay prostate, activity you are carrying out mysterious centralness to the MONDAY: March

had been printed in New Yorkat names Michael were Wallls, and Constantine Crosby, Augustine In I>December 1791, and merely humoring them the Child would have died I to give full comprehension of sacramental: celebration.In (Mass of Monday of the lit

the Spanish king's expense McCaffrey, and pending their assignmentto ( and participation In the liturgical order to understand this week of Lent 2nd l'rayerof'
action II translatedInto St. John of God, Prefaceof
The Instructions were the projected northern religious
Father progress and to
Crosby was a secu enjoy
.received so eagerly and ral>- lar Priest, twenty,seven years parishes, they were stationed Question box a regenerating pursuitfor Its expected fruits we Lent)

Idly that llassett was able to old, a native of Wexford. lie at St. Augustine to assist our society comparableto must all change our mental TUESDAY. March 9

'baptize seventy.eight children had studied three years of Father llatsett.As When that which instills in souls habit regarding the sacred (Mass of Tuesday of tie
and fifty-one Negro to stand sit those spiritual moral and and 1st week of Lent 2nd Pro:
and
philosophy two years of events turned out, the ceremony religious( prac
slaves before his departure. theology at the Dominican three Priests would never sentimental energies, that tire, especially If we believe er of St Frances of Rome,

When he returned to SI. College of Seville and al. reach their intended assign and kneel at Mass only religion authentically practiced that the ceremony Is a mere Preface of Lent)

Augustine on May 31 Hanett though he lacked the final memo can give. performance of external rites WEDNESDAY. March 10
two of In To you, then we repeat our and that Its (Mass of Ember Wednesday
reported the years preparation practice requires
0 Are there
gratifying results Father Wallls showed a disturbing not some set The Urd's Prayer. STAND.
(o Bishop Treipalaclos. theology, the Archbishop of emotional instability rules to be followed duringthe After Agnus Del I KNEEL: praises and encouragement only a passive and distracted in Lent 2nd Prayer of<
Seville consented to his eaily Me heartily bestow our bless congregation.One Forty Holy Martyrs, Pit!.
Mans far
almost from the start and he as as standing, Pootcommunion and dismissal
This report, plus another to ordination because of the IA,. ace of LentTHURSDAY .I
finally suffered kneeling and sitting are con STAND,
a complete must
the newly arrived Governor urgency of Florida's request cerned.Vte The Pontiff then made to realize that a March 11
Qucsada finally stung author. Father Wallis was a Domini mental collapse on October Blessing KNEEL: all the other faithful the following sew spiritual education was (Mass of Thursday of the
1, 1794, after which Father are all so confuted now Recessional, STAND born with the ecumenical
speech which he sum 1st week of Lent Preface
llassett sent him to Havana and we do not know the newlimes council. nil U the council'sgreat
M. J. Whether you kneel or stand marised In various languages of Lent i
Murray for treatment Father McCaf for each of these. So Iniwtatku
and ,
while Beloved ? FRIDAY
receiving holy Communion sons and daughters March 12
frey developed sickness two everyone It bibbing up and mitt lot hesitate U become
depends local IMass of tr
Ember
on custom Friday
years later and In August, down. at different limes flrtl
dlx-lpkf md
and circumstances Often during this period thrsi sup Lent 2nd of St
you Prayer
Strange but true 17!%, had to leave for lUvana
Also please Include High porters *f the wheel) er .
The lone At Requiem Masses, and on will hear speeches on the sacred prij.T Gregory preface. of LentS <
secular Father
Mass rules wkirk It afoul U '
I..
liturgy delivered .\TURD.*.Y
March 13
certain by ,
Copyright 1965, NC\\C News Sen Ice Crosby, stayed on at st. Augustine penitential weekdays,
although he, too, fell A. To avoid further ronfu you should kneel for the Col many dlff"r.nt'Ol't'. on various Perhaps the reforms tenth Mass of Ember Saturdarin ,

l.t sick with stomach troubles lion 1 will give the low ;Mass) let and the Po6tcemmunion.This themes but always inspired practices dear to our hearts Lent, Preface of Lent

4 uANO M1NyUitl tit and at one point, in 1812 rules now and the high" Mats rule applies on the weekdays by the recent Constitution and. probably, quite respectable

V t (I .tiR..MI ov nw T14w asvANa asked to be relieved rules in a later column. These of Advent. !Lrnt. Passion- of the ecumenical council babiu. Perhaps for some

ri aw1lr.YA Nr are the recommendations of tide, the Ember days of September and by the successive Instruction the reforms require efforts

I v iuin.rNr iipN As a consequence the north the United States Bishop and Vigils of II and Initiating Its grad which are somewhat unpleasant F [ ida'

ern parishes never got hryoml Commission on the UturgKalApottoUte. : HI class outside Paschal ual application. And so be at the beginning However or ,

1 '1 }. l. IN c /ACN eaNte. t.aCrf Ail the planning Mage, and .In ; time it. we must be docile and

; rnwoswtsrwn+wY the great regret of Father Entrance: Rite (up to the In many parishes a commentator This new legislation: concerning have faith. \. at hoi( tc

woo iruia wrioMs ee1 llansett and lather O'Kellly, helps the the public and official The religious and
congregation spiritual
Epwtle) STAND.I .
thousands of English: frontiersmen to adapt to these rules, worship of the! Church is very plane offered by the new liturgical

continued to use I no hymn .is swig. which may seem complicatedat / Important and, therefore deserves conittuuoa Is stupen- e.sms..e pie.Pte. ..,

out their days without baptismand kneel during celebrant first widespread publication dour: becauje of its c..oue emeo.rr.
the consolations of religion. prayers at the foot of and commentary became profundity and doctrinal .. .., 1111 ........

the altar. Then stand ) one of Its characteristics because authenticity, US I'M f Epistle: SIT. Q. One .( the most fruitful. and principal objectivesIs of the rationality of ........ riMW* IIMIIn
its
Again, the cumbersome operation sign* In the liturgical change the participation of Christian logic; because ... r .. ...
Gospel, STAND. the of Its punt, and ea.s.aN
of the wealth of n w rrrl cud*
"patronatoreal Is that Is talking faithful in the rites
everyone directedby. elements of MMMrtM Sit.
"
SIT.
homily worship and
the conditions art.
.. sickly about It. Personally, I cannot and embodied In. the because of tu 1e. rlnmei r.._ is a e..i.e.Y ..
at St Augustine, and the Impoverished Creed STAND Priest. response to the ef me r.t_ r- ......... .
understand how line could dl- Mturt and needs o< modern ins .,..
state of the proVo Preparation of the Outs W. IM JII.teI e.C.w -
ince as a whole, had resultedIn Offertory prayers, SIT. : like the Mais In either form And It Is well .. tte thatIt nan. m.' .-... i W..,_ 4..s err. ..

xuw.tcaouirrr p+s a lost opportunity, If not tragic Prayer over the Gifts eld er new la the midst elall U the aatborty *| the M.re m. It Is te "' Muik imM.e .rsirw."w..hmi. -..A
omission. The formation of 4TAND. the dllt'IIU"" however, ('I.lrth itself which desires Uprm < *f the Ckarrk/ _htrh aitWri.y .- ... ..... IN ar ef Mane
leach I. si'L
an active English: Catholic ear Important thing te remember .- U and UltUte this mew n Ibis, AMI which
to rival E'autwrhter Prayer li that there I Is oily raiiM-r ot prajlifBy !. glues
colony In Florida ten
!
urY, out a.v r c'm N''" lCawwrr IW |.*i.,,, w tic EB
a'T those in Maryland and New : .H tree Faith, a Ml M, whrlfc- M M U}. greater emphasis e. form as w.

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F Ilbl* to Father Hasten mirwt STAND.Abler there Is Mty .M way U |.. was and U Die Oirrk' ckkfUU and Ie" I., iii tW '.k.. P.-. y4...,,

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TMOUJM 4 never matrrUlUed. Snrt.t tl*.mi the pretest erthd.'J al ftUs..,
nuaK Ma suns RA VAN.I W. aAirA.r ; A' .*, the way Hearty I* feellag! III Nt 11- .. ......
i/'utusr.s.Mo.IvMwsce ChRUnwvrq And Catholic iiI, la Florid grant "A MiN ..t .. .df tfiratod W prayer, ..1'101.
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>> i f < WtJ..xri.fe the him IlInhfl of St \unux hari. >tit. Hanqurt -. the 01II'. the lh'ii, ll o( t ti make the e\prr''''>a run f..k-nl Pope, we aroKMiw.liao -
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nn H, Florida" CatboUe, Friday" March 5,1965Father




fl I Spellman 21 years a Priest I




COCOA BF 1CIf. Stunned by the death of the pastor -May 1, 1943-that brought rl 1
Father Charles W Spellman the people of the Church of family and friends to the

Our Saviour at Cocoa Beach viewed his remains last Sun- small, old frame church on

day evening and kept vigil here during the lying In state Orlando's Orange Avenue to

I j until the hour of the funeral on Monday. Earlier on Sunday see Archbishop Burley ordain

friends_of the Spellman family went to St James Father those Spellman a Priest at the ,
Among assisting
Church in Orlando for a
service while In Orlando and ordained thereby ordination was the late Mon-
rosary thePriest'a Archbishop Hurley signer John G. Bishop, his
body was present
pastor
Work and study across the
Father Spellman, 49, was continent and in the St. Au.
dead last Friday, \\henhedid gustine area, covering paro'chial History scholarGraduate
not come out on the altar here and
diocesan tasks
occupied
for the daily Mass scheduled, work followed for
seven lie
years spenta
of the In Father Spellman with
one men the church
portion of his Priesthood in
went in to the rectory to look the care of Catholic youth at months in between spent asan
for him, lie had died in his the University of Florida in assistant p II t o r. He
ileep during the night. Gainesville.In studied at Harvard University
It was a hock to everyone beginning in November, 1943;
because he had been about Rockledge.' Father Spell he did research at the University J

hu priestly work as usual the man served as a pastor In an of Mexico, and he obtained
day before area that Involved long hours in 1947, a master degree
and many miles of dally in Latin American history -:'\
He was for
planning a diocesan
travel from the beaches to from the University of .t
convention of the Diocesan
the mainland. California In Berkeley A
Council of Catholic \\
omen ,
reading knowledge: of both
later on this year. And on The Florida Anthropologist( : t. Spanish and French was helpful J
Tuesday of last week he was a scientific publication, pub in his research. Central deanery Priests gather in Orlando for conference
among the Priests who at. lished some of his scholarly
He was an assistant pastorat
tended the Central deanery material on the early North St.. Catherine parish In Se- Pictured here are Priests of the Central WM In state In the center' dole! of St James day's Epistle from the M M as a text to emphsMie -

clergy lando with conference held In Or uted Florida Indians. He contrib bring from May to October Deanery who met at Bishop Moore High Church, Orlando, for two hours on last Sunday the charity of spirit of Father Spoil
Archbishop column
Joseph a weekly on 1943; and assistant pro tern- School on Tuesday of last week, In the fore afternoon. Hm brothers and maters and man. lie said he was a Priest who always
P Burley Church history to the diocesan -
weekly The pore at tbe Cathedral of St. ground are Archbishop Joseph P, Hurley other relative' were joined at the Orlando went out of hla way to greet his friend and
newspaper
He built two churches and Florida Catholic, in 1949 Augustine 1944; and an assistant (right), Monsignor William J. Mullally PA, church by numerous friends of the S|
tae schools la Brevard County a summer later at St. V.F, (center) and Monsignor Charles A, Bar- family Heprenrntatlves of the Greater Orlando p pariah )pastor said that he had been .In the

work. crowning of the part his nine pastoral years I Worked for unity Joseph. parish in St. Petersburg lob, who was host Priest at the conference.The and Winter Park clergy and teaching seminary with the late Cocoa Beach pastor

la Canaveral area parithes The autumn after his return late Father Charles W. Salman, who Sisters aiM attended the rosary service led end that this trait of charity had been Fa-
More recently' he was one from California, Father Spell died at his Cocoa Brach rectory later In the in St. James by the pastor, Monsignor Trr- them Si>rllman'a all through his priesUy ..
In the weekend just pabt. of eight Priests of the Diocese man began to preside over week .is the fifth Priest from the left In the enc Karrelly, Monsignor Hartok spoke a
appointed the first of this
kind saddened, gentle by person the loss- Father of the year( to the diocesan .*.pos-( the United/' Oldest States Mission. In the second row The body of Father Spcllman( few words in the St. James pulpit. wing the

tolate of Christian Concurrently, _._ -
Unity. --- -- --- ------
Spellman -friends called to he took care of souls entrusted ---- -- -- ---- --- - ---- --- -

mind his life given to the Father Spellman Is mournedby to him across the St Johns work in that area shifted! to sprethes on ceo programs again leading his parishionersin ranged fur 10 Maters of Mercy' of him, he saw Patrick Air
Church of God. his brothers and miters River' miles from St. Augustine Melbourne and Cocoa More! clergy and lay groups: both places in efforts to from Ireland to tome to the Force Mare grow and beyondthe
One happy memory was the and aunts In Orlando. ledge Mould say provide capital funds for area to staff two schools he ITIesUhaplalns there
reception he held at Rock His people came to Orlando more improvements: In Rock. had built. This meant much his diocesan neighbor was
ledge for former pastors of from Pennsylvania in 1907./ He was director ef the Missloa lather Spellman was appointed "The patter who makes full"t ledge/ more Classrooms, pews to him, because he recalledthe 1',1G.llle': lather Martin
St. Mary's Church. The year His parents, the late Mr and Ntmbre:' de Dlus and patter ef SI Mary d( the ('('It I In his parish and onditionmg for the late 1P! M). when he visited II Power and his Church of

was recent On March 28, Mrs James W S|' 'Uman, administrator Sacred Heart parish, Itwklrdge, wllh the funds his elfrctlvrnrss as a new church, and the parieh'ashare 35 mulherhouses In Ireland the Holy Name o( Jua In
t<*2 he celebrated Mass parish, Green' ('eve Springs misslos.f St. Teresa I. Tllusvllle guardian *f souls multipllrd Beach
on were members of St. James In Inter parochial and In l-urope: with the same (.novl
the feast of the Annunciationin and its misiloa .( St. ('alberlae .. January 24, IK:*, a hundmlfolcl" ,
parish in Orlando. needs; In Coioa Death, a hall discouraging results: no Sisters At his death, the Priest who
the new St Mary's. A for. la Orange Park These Father Spellman, when he In order to build he steered that could l I I", used later for frIII\ M'bole.Chapter knew so mush about Brevard
mer altar boy of that parish, SurvivorsThe assignments' ended ta :November died, was chaplain of the campaigns for funds more classroom spare, alrcondi- County Father Spellmanwas

later Its pastor- Father John IS, ISIS. Knights of Columbus CouncilIn than owe The small, old Honing for the new rhunh ends aware of more growth
F, McKeown, came from his family home fates Lake! That date, rather Spelt- Cocoa lleach11s thurch In Ito'kledge and Its and provide for interparUhiioeiU. around the area, due to the
parish In \ero Reach to give Eola and Is the residence today man took up duties at Cath never ceased to marvel' congested' area gave way to pace\ efforts of the U S, and
the sermon at the Mass at of the Priest sisters, When he left St Mary's, the establishment of Amerka ,
cite chaplain at the Von erslty at what happened| to the the new St. Mary and a father Sprllman recalled as
which former pastors of the MIN Margaret SpeUman and the school enrollment there 'a moor port at Mexntt
of Florida in Rainesvlll and Church when the missile and large parking lot special red letter days (that .fNotrintirr
Rockledge: parish I partxnpated Miss Eleanor Stxllmaa was 350 pupils, His new Island
moved in to Crane Hall space' age: began on that Ity the summer of 10M he :' n, I Brothers of the Priest who school on North Atlantic Avenue Ills work he hln
the
toad. was offering Mass In blessed the own at
The others Invited were Father .. preceded him in death were U. of F. chaplain Tltusvllle's parish was cutoff Church of Our' Saviour at Ito\ "ltdlP rhurch; and .f new October In Cocoa Beach was self eipreiKd It, was seen ut
Daniel C Hegarty Father James Jr. and Donald SpeU from Cocoa Hoc'kkdge inIK8 Cocoa Ilraih, the HiMise of It. Ins!, whrn hi. reprr teething 420, and each schoolclaimed terms of renewal of t.: .
,
Michael M Reynolds. man He succeeded Monsignor In January of that year God he and his I'Irlahlonfli rnlathe blritrd the Srhmilf five Sisters of Mercy.It Church from within and atl:,,
Father George Bucko and Father Surviving" brothers are John Jeremiah P Mahoney who rather John H Ollare wentto built to replace makeshift acv f Our' Saviour at (loco was fee the SUIers .n the out. Seeing the spud of tin''
Joseph Corde F SpeUman who Is with the had just !been appointed ad St Teresa and Father rommoclatwms t they had used Brach (urea Beach staff that he was among Christians as one of

Orlando Bureau of tmptoyment Security mlmstrator of st. Edward Spellman began to concentrate for two years planning a new content, whrn the pronounced alms of t :
Born In U S. Department of parish in Palm Beach after on Catholic life In Hex k- The new I(hoot was staffed drain cut short his annul Second Vatican Council i I.i
Labor, Washington. D C. and many years' la Gainesville as ledge and Cocoa fleet and Brings nuns by IJmerUk Sisters of Mercy life taught that Catholks shmiU
rather Sprllman's atsociations Paul J. SpeUman, an Orlando the Catholic Youth Center Cocoa To the Catholic '1m. and lay leathers' serving just proceed in good will towaiJ
-many as they were on businessman chaplain ire U of F students. Dies who poured in to the ContlriMti 'was school begun on under .TOO children In Its first \l hen \Die parish of Dlvln. others, and as fur renewal
the east coast from Titusvill Aunts mourning the Priett Father SpeUman's work In area Father Spellmafl proved an etifhtclasaroom' for )ear It offered kindergarten Mercy opened up on MerrKt from within 1\ he wrote
to Palm Bay-covered many death are Miss Mary C Spell Gainesville continued for five to be a dignified serious St. Mar, In 1S67 The o iiuulopened and grades one through six" Island' lather Spellman l l "We must dramatue edit,
airiedule In
September
more places than Itotkledge man and Miss Anna SpeU lean Priest who helped them plan on when It opened helped out his neighbor, Father and above all\, Inform children
I6J
and Cocoa Beach. man of Orlando, Mesa Gertrude From July U IBM, until and build the churches and IV*. serving \Uirn rather Sxllinan| In Sean P. Molloy, by accommodating of our Catholic elementary .
We find him born and raised'ALMS CooAafcan of Philadelphia January. 24 W*, he was at hoofs they' wanted They "pupils. with including' a faculty four of younggraduates layteach.i 1'11'.1. rrllnquliihed' St Marv mm of the DI| stimuli by the Intel 1.-' .1

; and Mrs Witnaie Spell again in Green Cove Springs helped !him la l prrstM' as wellas of the Cottage t>f In KmklrdKe to Father Pat vine' Mercy parish ihlldreo Intention; of the working
man of Sacred Heart perish, and Its missions as the parfehMeaaw in Mibttanre New |lIoc belle, N.w'orll, rim II J Carroll. lie had thesatntfai In ( moa Itrai i'laxroomsliuwn of this great boMly.alle.( ....
PiMllas Park Prieat lion. of having arConvent AIA highway, south ('onm'II H) to their' Individual
who answered his appeal to
Father SpeUman was born hfle, down on the CCD leader | live He need not look
rm as an apostolic| groupto
In Orlando Deremlwr 2119IS for novelty We know that
on east coast of FlorMa, the
teatn until Sisters
He attended St. James 1900s were seeing the phenomena Itememberlnf. when he mould help be otrfamed Give thought to future our ancient filth will not
M MOiiUAI- S :t 'Jl1lfl U mlth'L4 :! seminary to be a Priest" of the Missile Testing Center at was a community of Sisters It\ was a proud day for Father find renewed application of
this Diocese He studied at Cape Canaveral known as the Mission. Helpersof !Sprllman when tie reported students advised this Faith to our daily lives.
...,....- A. Cvyear.ea M .,. St Charles ('ollege to Catenaville When' lie was very young the Sacred Heart whose ,, In May W9. that Sisters SJA

441 2nd A., So Ph. 17.4M1 Man land, and at St Father SpeUman would recall motherhouse was 'In Tow ton, of Merry from Umerkk,
Marx s Seminary in Belt. Tltusvllle and Palm! flay Maryland, he arranged for Ireland would com to Hoi'k. ST. .\ldl. :HTIM: Students! of Cathedral pariah In i .1.1..1 "..,
ST. PETERSBURG more were the renters of Cathode them to train Confraternity of ledge that fall to teach I lie( St Joseph Arailrmy heard Archbishop Joseph' I'. Hurley
..<_*..* i I- .......
e *
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It was a Saturday IB spring activity They were at opposrte Christian IM tnn leathers purt based a reaidrncs for lint rrklay during hi! vUlt with high iwhool students In
ends of the 73 mla.., of religion in his parishes them at the corner vf lUrtnn the See City The Archbishop offered Basin for them In 8t A",wlM Somme
county sou, *ted In betweenthe Other area Priests. joined and SVmlnole Avenue, adjoinIng VA 4-171
JOHN S. RHODES JR. St. Johns River and the with bun In support of the the beautiful new Khool J-Ih chapel at his plate? I'ondcr it with your ST. AUCUSTINI
Atlantic Ocean and UK ted Summer Institutes\ for n'f) of two wings with covered the mothrrhouM. t>f the Sta UUhup,

FUNERAL DIRECTOR by two bread saltwster Inlets training "'hJlbIther Sprli- walkway, School enrollment ten of St. Joseph hereIn .
the Indian and Banana man began' In 1997! loomed his remarks to the students
1721 6.H( .T.Ly CUAKWATM Pkor.444.1051 KJvers Then the Chun.h.sS Father Spellman, 'in In s couple of yean. h. was the ArthMihop. commended -
them' for the wonderful r/rft
tot 'lINJP i (
way In whkh they asiut- .
BASHAW'S .d !him In offering Base.
1&Li DIRECTORS
FUNERAL
r He remliflH. them of the
GULFPORT MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME ao x i IJ significance' of their great ,4f41| | TAMPA 217-1W

Leonard M l.ti l od Iwed l _wect orM r tIforlt'IYounll\ people l from
this ancient" |wash are from
.mo.r Holy Naiw* 24 hew amb?l'>KO .....i<* J the first families of Amrrk a, 'HONI 1777114

SoOl 22 A. *eSetf* .7,1211 I They have a rr*|->naititlity to

r !>. aware of thrir heritage. A. P. BOlA IVIISIDI CHAFIL

He idled that the students JlOt N. AI MINI A AVI.
Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Horn were an Important part of TAMPA 7, FLOItlOA
.
the Mftertr and sacral rom

IS7 p O.IAKWATII1AIGO 'OAD-tAI&O pies which .la M AuguttlneAppalkH / ,
te thow who are
Teloelwo. U4-2 II,
taped| on Ike shoulder for a INC.
-HOUR AMIUIANCI SEIYlCt! great\ destiny that of follow KYLE McLELLAN/

: ::11 a twatimi U the 1"11' FUNERAL DIRECTORS
I,<<,,tIf religious life the
HOME Ar hbuhop eshorted them In If. W. UNION SUUT-JACKSONVIlU
BRETT FUNERAL give it real UnwfM F.ash .. ).) c.-hnwa Swim s.*.e 111*

j4Mioi ..xx.AUIUIANCI SUYICINs. one sh* )M sik What ran I
4n cults these rich and gelled'
"
"' .OSiastrwt7raus
*
.JillgoH )ears
Yewg r*f** have but a Saving St. '.ten"".w5 '_,Ii.. rV 40 Ye...
rt. few prwlsws years and must
look let the '11J1Ht of in JOHN S. RHODES, Inc., Funeral Director
t...... a..... at y.-w.' bred far the save.lm ftt of
a o.. i.(..e... e..1 .. ,wNaigb L e. Honors founder of Colettines these nm. K. ...... M the way AMIUIANCI SIRYICIt
of life thn thenceArehkushep

*. C.444..k.*. fort e*.f sa.. ... .... f.-Jer ef pk.C.1. I.u' U'''''''' 1e4 Nth .I. .4 Hurter an,
BlaCk Funeral Home is Myth .. .M Um '* C.riFT eie M -. hr" th ef ew lea s&k.e' d.4 .!.o.. Ci Hf Muansl UV 4..U that morn
NeIMwse *_M m till. rW CUr.. HK f.H>., .*. ..>. ... 17, T\e I....... K.- ...... kH e( Ka4h < hart..* Spell
-.. ... 1... it M *. ...... N. slat' hod briefly the
hid N .... r,M 0 l toe **_'-' wMs III UIatc Priest
ft OU Of ri..z., C.w f .t.dI: it .h. .s # ....- wSe. lied. bees rpueouhie. .
a yae'r p4rya1. ,...#. ., sop hp step. for musk o>
Calvary Cemetery '.in.._ III the church la
MM Cape Kmaitf area
w.-" c.,. FEA5TERMEMORIAL wits the MkMiaf&I smin<
nab Archknebp .

Jill HOtCOMl U. S. If It II* S*. M.. .. HMD HOME rand IkM ieesrteTi. ,...1.. I. Chad< irk St. t 7* A... Notd It! SiltAt

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The. Lifo. of Our ...or'GOD The Life of Our Lord God's worldSome


QrhoUc Comment ChildJesustook i Grhoifc Comment Child Jesus, who was God, are tempted more/ than others I


On the other hand, If our Infancy
took a human nature is one problem in
a and childhood
hum4 THERE were
.... -... F.Mh.r, Spellman which all of us marked by warmth love and

th* Son. r.-. "" ,. GOD the Son possessing have to contend. It is the problem frequently-voiced approval

divine nature. divine nature eternally of temptation. Father our home a haven of domestic
...... frswaM fff ***aW, .- -s1IM. _1..M.... r M11. ell! -- -Matey M. a elects a a ersterr pNsllt .4s> .had. a quiet.. t.t..p effect> became Not f and .
Mi*, .baeam. ma* Nn r man. laying It Is the which all of peace security, we probably
J fb/ragi.... keels i iMM. .AsM nlrllt ,..'It.. ......-. pNilr1 inf MM. Ills divmit t.: -- tit ...M ..... ... e- ....,.... Nt 1M by es.apse rather aside Hit divinity He sr DS feel at times urge to seek our Lee J. 1 now possess a tolerant

( _I1t ....... .....-- .mutt. a .htntM. nature J .... .. 4 sltltl made a human nature His Frank J.Sberd awn' will,' at the expense ofGod's Treseed friendly generous and chart ,
.. ..IIrrr ,e. r M .lads. VlMi.. riM upon to be an hintortjiV table disposition ''i I
'W h'- "r.." ell __ur .....sI1il own and this nature ,will.
'1 own..; ud.. Into natur" a.ia ...n Ms tttsw Itr ; was nota '
il be owt
IIM e. sAMhslilR.tr. ill! B.v.. to 4aniHf.WMi but )
spe14 sw r.- war eta / .....-.- o sea1...Isr aga .mask, weaving shah. ... f .- Alts M htUa r4uaolrrgr .liil .... to be a eounoeaor of would mask look wearing like a man which and act lie We know that the ultimate These of are the effect a few which llhvtritions
wtaiM... look. bile a KIM end 10 is to be
.-l. Ir-rrs ... MIa. Mara ....-- .. -t wllereftllMr Irks a mu.; it MM not .< i co" .t0/MI dalgr ttagaases ,...., .kt. WM iMM iria.| iiM.Vhen like a men;, it was not a pre found source in of original temptation sin. In hu our earliest experiences have

M '. K .., ,.. ..... ''W'' .. .wipe olglr tpirthlrt... aI. toe of any kM. Hit IlIlma'. igl r Nlr tllllllgll -' ..''tt vain/ tfm to rw a pariah without a tence of any kind. His human manity's beginning, had upon our present per
very
t-- ." .. .. rs/ le ottti ... ml. and.. body were> 'real *.... Ire tslM .llAt .p.wihl. ........ ke. organiced an out. soul and body were real, and there was an act of rebellion from our parents Except' tonality. For most of us the

t. -....... ..-, 4 i ., Urrilg/re. / .rattjr His; al your snug ..r t-slap tMli-r: err .-f.ft CV..a>?iatii Ky of Christian really lIIs; as your soul and against God which irreparably in identical twins born froma picture has been neither all

............ fill\. ".. '.......... ., f1Iba WI" .. .. Mlle e-a-- o, lIMy are real&, sad r tew, F 1'MlgrMl' ipiagMlelxtrww r. t__' aee.iajn far the education of body are real and really by l letting them think they damaged the control single egg the no two same persons physical black nor all white Few of

._ A"" -" ..._ .- Illy ... I .MI '. tWtotd yow, ors a tgtAlr .t1Ia.. ..1r r 1111. .- ..(lMat. Atren. When he saw )yours lie were said teaching His first Him.clear word\When which reason was designed to have endowments exactly One will be us aged have by our been environment severely dam.but

,rtllr... .-tllllll ..... .- .- l atir.lriilM True God He became I ir... .s r L ..- -__ tIM pn.tiitr of evening.. a Catholic True God, lie became true they' were delighted and exercise over human behav by nature more vigorous than unless we. are exceptional

.,.IhM .. wll M itj11 +_ rw+llrw.r+r .u tali ears. man. C stifle 1 tltti kite sm lie ....... net one but two. man. proud. With their aid He' had ior. In to the know state the of good original was another; more active, more few of us have ended our,

... ...ai tilga t. ss __ _4" .. ti A err ari...Me. Liii other men lie Nrf, ." .e w ,IStr e- -_ ttltllgr. ., r.Nw Wbss osrfnmted with gigantic Like other men, He beganat really accomplished some to justice do It.Arter emotional more passionate childhood without a few psy.

raw. .Ilse.. ,., ... ells +sAr'e Mr galllr ire Uw at the twfuuua; ann. alas ell lll. .. ppewlpl. ka .Hw |parish, he laid the the beginning an em thing which His vocal organs Eden reason no long. more talented or men" intellectually chological] or emotional trait-

..... ."..sse Mel M ... .* ,*> eattMr ... Iplar.. \...srs bryo. Like the rent of is "J"J"I'"JI /wrest tr( .. rr It aer .. ppsarra.eii for these. parkhea. Father bryo. Like the rest of us, lie and the experimental powersof er had the ability to discrim gifted. .

.- ar.w .f ........ .... ... .>r gprnt) hill.e ... was born a baby tire" : I r- it" t_else pr. ..... Qa.esrM.tilMtAtt yriaa.i w.a a rneat who spent him was born a baby grew intoa His human mind would unaided.not mate clearly between the true Perhaps more important mas.So, our temptations do

._ .. talilat.. dIM a small boy a hilt >'ot n) .ernesllrr sell !Ifer ON*.*, lie waa' a Priest that small boy, a big boy, a have accomplished good and the phony good. The than heredity has been our fer in nature in gravity or

."' IIAI -rr tr trierrlmil. youth a man. Human. "I. J".a have laws and His subject nourished the Child adequate. embraces
have and Hit was
laws > to loom larger
came
/lam .-.h.. .urlr kite wMiMlssflails .. tom.. ear eaN. a- be appreciated in under. from birth onward. great mistake however\ to
jest' 'to them Human to them. Human souls ly He would have been often than the good: to us
.+..M Ir t- --, ..gast r assn ...... genuine infancy think that we are the helpless
ply of
err IIIiMA
have law logical] .m, ,\ wi t1rlgMr have laws logical and psychological nourished and His body of God's ]law The environment our of
t a. -- .r -- 4 eggA'snit .. es chological among ."tin,'r r.. tIt.- .... 4 We Maid. nw on Calvary knowing among others would have shown it If they The fact of original sin answers and childhood especially victims our past.

.. .taw ..... If .. .. + lap.. tM d.t1i and His was subject t I'> t "ere' seen .s fir /tlrlra 11str .. tkat aa Other Chriat hu died. and His was subject to them' taught( Him to speak with a the basic question of the treatment' we, got from \Whatever\ ear particular

till ..retie llr w ire He had five tense! t __ lit .ttt.>tiw AMtrtlgh. we feel the IOM we know lie had five senses and Galilean accent then lie "Why temptation' !" It does the people around us, was wayward' tendency' may, be,
Hi.
....... ... ... --- .... .. a1rAt they really worked I'tr '". e I.... else .. lit __ .. tt.t f\atfMor* Spreknan( wag about they really worked. The out. spoke with a Galilean] accent not answer however the crucial to the kind of personality we can keep it under control

."" ...'e .w ... ertllrMlA ... stile .1111lb < world came thnnmh r ? .. A-rr ..Ii.aggA .Mss hM.rs. .. bwsirwoa even unto his er world came through to His at any rate until such somewhat puzzling questionas we now possess. by determined' use of our
brain a* lie felt it aw .,' .r.l. /1Mar. brain as I He felt it, saw and time as school teachers or to why some persons are If, as a child we felt unwanted free' will fortified by Gods!'
.. .
new tsars .... .- heard and smelt 1 and ..t.' ..: .. 4aar t'-Drt w1a heard and smelt and tasted meeting men of' other provinces more severely tempted than or unloved w* now
tiN M. ir a. .. .r tatrlh. it. His human mind took i I.>,q i air slice agwfrltM 1.( r e1M a ))4af fce rest hi peace Jt His human mind took hold had let Him hear a more others. In baptism we. all received are likely to be of a jealous through.: the sacraments and

of what the !senses ad. u of what the senses had conventional utterance. the same supernatural temperament never quit t. prayer.

brought t to the brain. "> *I.,n,i brought to the brain acted Many a child ends up more life and the same supernatural sure that friend or spouse

upon tt, reacted to ,' AI r II upon it, reacted to it, went learned. than Ills parents, but virtues We all started really does love us. In some Another great' detente.

I""L';; through all the process through all the processes of there. Is a time when they. are even Yet we have not remained instances we may be temptedto against of Alcoholics temptation as members -
Anonymous
thinking upon It thinking upon it. his only teachers. So It was even. still our chronic love-hunger

f tf1ttIJtlI.......... mercyI This is whet the i I't\ i lord/ thanked enduring mercy This is what the philosophers with Our Lord. As life progresses. some of If by sexual excess in' a horn have think so less' well about proven ourselves/ is to.
call we grew up
pheri call l l expert' experimental/ with
afflicted
'
more
ni are and about others Ou
more
In His human mind there where. there economic
was
..
ace- .. ."tM rescue Knowirasje, !- me avbeings par r ease. e t the psalm ''S-I8)) this rescue knowledge-the way human numerous or more severe temptations lessen in direr
I were certain special super stress and much talk of
esreael4 .=.. --rssr as .w ........1 learn bv rp'r| i ,u<,'nand td t r' -, O.aisr.air -- .ls described by an individual beings learn by experiencingand natural gifts; we shall discuss temptations. than others. why\\ problems' we now may proportion to the time and

-h.rrar .4aMa.' ally a. ,Nqt. p1ley.ri.as.w .. ..,.. by reflecting upon -- risaer.. speaking' in the first person. by reflecting upon ex them later; but in the should this be so? feel money insecure and tend to be effort we expand in promotIng .

v .err .. ..tile Itat..... how'elMi perience One person i an r..w It seems quite probable however perience One person can get know. the happiness and the'
clrr' of '
Mho order
# .Pais w lrrl of ( experimental A major part of the answer overly acquisitive and miser'/
.., more out of soul or beady > that he is more out soul I or body than
...- air arts "" air. 1 1stow. aewYlg a another 1 tar M tb .. acting as another. ledge: as in the order of bodily lies in the fact that no two ly. If our parents were generous good of our neighbor.
... .. 9 Awed. w.. Ir. .usabM. ... ,._ .. +argrs J satowalf I. s spokesman for the nation. development lie grew like of us have exactly the same with' criticism but It should be encouraging to

.,. +.r.l .... -. '" .ales l tre.lhhilM When (he prrsnn was. tod t .., .ten .....hail err First comet a beautiful When the person was God other men. It was in these type of personality. Our per' stingy with praise we now remember too, that the more

N .. dNep ;:, ... .ra s God's.wselildnep He could get InrvmnariMv "a, r 1.... proclamation of trust In God's lie could get Incomparablymore two orders that Mary and sonauty develops partly from may have subconscious feelings errant our emotions and passions .

.- -- ..... more out of 'them than ace ... ..".- u.. ... -) w a f falling I I I loving-kindness out of' them. than any Joseph had to play their' pa. heredity; that Is, from the << of Inferiority and may may be, the greater our

1I"JI 1. .. Ir( rslpslewb.e merely. human person vivid... ... .... ..... i'UI.> Then the representativeof merely human person could rental part in I His growth.We nervous and glandular systems seek. to compensate' for those merit and the more rugged

.'wstb. N tIr till ., ...- ell. ... ..... the. acNr !. have gut. air.. .w sate t/M ...... .Ire .far assfat- the people' recalls the actual hate got. cannot know and only the brain and the physique feelings by faultfinding and our virtue with each successive -

Mr air Ills -miw ...... tIIIwt. But they still I, ... ..... 5- 1 situation which threatened But they( were still a human very cautiously can we try which we have inherit- tale.bearing. \ victory)
were! .1 i II" .. .
..-- Ml.d .* ** W gratlede.
,. wlr-ui. .... .IMrglral .. them;, note the liturgical to imagine, what all this
.
MIA idle .. awl.. arm. mil and a human t.?)(nIle ,...., t. ...... at to. ..... traM to soul and a human body. If meant to and
ell M .. refrain at the end of verses Mary Joseph.
vprast .
.e .I it, -alr eerie ass '. at r f had got more out or<,f n l' -. .. .. (.. ....d. ..... W. the' 10, II. and 12. lie had got more out of them Did Our Lady this early Pope Paul VINew
...- -- than was in them funwould "r *'O .......,.I., gsM than was In them then( they(
.... M saralagyp a know the doctrine of the
prwple
t ..1- Mir elgggggrN i/Ilp ulltli) la really have twn" air .. 'ye "31a. The next section (IMS. ) Is would really have boon( onlya even I
p. .- : plgfl d .hhsrN.. ., a kind of fiction after 1 ... -- .aI. ..ss. ........ a peerw what, the psalmist himself kind of fiction after( all. Itlessed! Trinity It was not education

'- i: nrMM1 i- cell svle. In other words He dill!',. ,' ... ... air 4.".d .. er -*** *. .... W (..*} lea raHi a "Joyful> shout of vie In other( words lie did not taught: in the Old Testament spiritual growsFollowing

_... .. -.. .. .1re of die take short cut'! He a must have
_are are a.paair tI'' -. ,... sex the divinity of' Ili. 4 .. kid. BUM ..... et IORI) ), pace!: six use the divinity of His by a special is the conclusionof form a great work from will experience the fecunditi)
person revelation from God of whichwe .
/ the translation of the which the spiritual life' of the and felicity which obedience
,, ._ to did. I to bypass the difficulties
sun the
bypau
L I. have not been told.
I Italian address given by Pope Church has reaped immense brings/ with. It obedience' to

....... -. -- of Ilia humanity to'he\is { ....... ........ V. ___ of His humanity. As an In. As we have noted In an l'lu1) at his regular weekly benefits. t the Church and to those within ,
rant, He had t".I.II. J rant, lie had to be fed from
earlier' column Gabriel
may general audience on January it whose is to edu
....... ........ I4M. l mother's' breaiit. I lieas t'' ..A 7 rr SI ........ De O MCllAptCRS His mother's( breast.. He could have said more at the Annunciation Its zeal Is growing modifying duty
I t t 13. The Pope urged Catholics certain aspects of ritual cats the faithful to worship
r. we have noted haveIshed t as we have noted have nourished
than Luke reports: II. ( who find it hard to ad discipline which, have today the Father "in spirit and
His Infant both His infant body by
an
may have revealed the whole jut" '" to the new liturgical truth" (John 4 4. 231.)
E become Inadequate and aimIng '
.aa airr.. wcwr. act of His divine! nmniix>i< > cacao : In act of I His divine omnipotence doctrine of the Blessed Trimly
:
but that wmiid have ui-n ; : but that would have been to changes in the Mass to be courageously( but deliberately This is our recommends
to her.
docile and have faith. lion this is whu. '
at the our hope
deepening essential
turn His humamtv <>It ta t turn His humanity not intoa
c.rrrrs lIII1ouy; farce! of course but i flORlOA, \ hlStORyr. farce of course but to some Rut from what. I tub dues by entering into the meaning the communi we wish, to confirm with our

extent into a fiction extent into a fiction report it Is clear al I..ullhal THUS of this project )- tartan requirements. as wellas apostolic blessing

Miracloa. when. Hr. ..11.. .. Miracles\ when He' came to she. knew that this Child of of .salvation which the the supernatural' value. of

''!Ii ids # w rMr tgr I r .Naslei work them were' 'mr ''u" .""lIM. . .Main III are ell 1M ran of the Dominican (loused work them, were (for others hers, so .evidently human, Church Is today promotingwith the Church's worship. It is

i __ "Ho' tae. F 1 .. .... 11ts1. ... I M. l'a"lin Seville He was certainly. dh In. achieving this by underlining
..".' .eMlpa 41. rMM a not (trouble-saving& dc\n.. ... '- _-" air too, not trouble saing devices for renewed fervor and Mass guide
F. MArll ties. IslI. it : .ws1. / rte to t'M.' lacked' the final two of above all the function performed
... sell rears l Himself ,.__ ... .. a'seer years I Himself Her', and Joseph's. every modern norms, >you are performing
+ sly Ii ". -. risers. Ihe.MYd. He had to learn !M .airs eMw/. ..yr theology, as also did the third He had to learn to walk. instinct mu.t have been to not only a religious by the Word of Godas
I Mew lasts' a ... ,... aat" FatJmr... and must be helped i il x.. .i ? r ..iv .Mar. em. III .d..1M ... Prtett in the party Father and must t be helped by His lie prostrate in adoration of work. but an apostolic: activity found in both the Sacred StNDY. March' T

.- .... 4_ qMM ....I-. .. .melite. l parents> ; He had to ,n.. -- .. so aiv pastille. aid MrCaffrey; a Carmelite l l t parents: lie had! to learn to His divinity as well Scriptures and in the teachings 1st Sunday in Lent ('Ms-

.' a. ...... IMr I. a orrrr ..M. a ass talk with them ,!t.'! .1. aWe ,i .., ... .... -- ........ of Mel. v.r .Me. twenty' sewn )years old, a na- talk with them still aiding Hut that would have meant The apostolate Is )your special / and exhortations of the of Sunday Creed Preface
... tNI1gIIrak.ad.. ...... _t sod.. .live of Ireland. catechism and sermon and of Lent.
arseIN gtp d3MIw 4 rep Multengar )
t must not think <"t
.... -.... p pf.te.d 11't.!' "being" able to talk all tt.* M .'...... ulrlies rig u A.ggesiTI. ...Irerssln Tit. Prints arrived. at St.lla.U. being able to talk all the time. \While\ they. lay prostate, activity )you are carrying) out by mysterious giving. clarity centralness as well to the as MONDAY, March

.- w" ... '"I s aglll w t.) ..r.h.r,1191. and merely humoring( Wed. .0' .MBS* *... *.. eldest...err. MnlaaYe.M. .ad..r.r....i.ae. .\ .. la December. 1791. and merely( humoring them the Child would have died! to give full comprehension. of sacramental celebration. (Mass of Monday of the ht

'e '" IltomentIIf << 0 alrri* <.1ar. .. rirrrr aid tending their assignment<< and participation In the liturgical ) In order' to understand this week. of' Lent, 2nd .Prayer) hSt. (

......born. -. ".*.*. M ,MM,, !ems l. the'" prtjrrtrd' northern. action Is translatedInto religious progress and to John of God, Preface I
a.r.s.sa..w enjoy

a
.. a. w. ,. rl one oeudM.M ." .. Question botWhen ,Mra.we. a..airy, .naipa .. ear fMlri.. ......... /surN knee.et Mv.. partkkes$ .. they were. stationed Question boxWhen a regenerating pursuit its expected fruits w.* of Lent)

'I ,_ arise seer. .a..a' .... err. .. Metllrrri # a tt 9er r ....... .is.Ms1 al M. Augustine<< to assist for our society, comparableto must all change our mental TtESD.Y. March I
.. 'a. .... .... .. ... et/a ..r.M .. latker llattrtl.Al .. that which instills in souls habit regarding the (Mass of Tuesday< of t tie!
ttI>r.. tltn.. .... ...fgt sacred
.. .. ... ...... to S > .... Iterwsraielslrm to stand sit those spiritual', moral andsentimental and lit week of .Lent, 2nd Prayer '
.>. 1.. ifisslAr ceremony religious[
sss. S ews
prac
.
turned
.- Iw3 .. the events' out, the
.. .. .. .energies, that of St Frances of Rome
-s .raKPb. ...dl. alp.r. + .. ... M .. r.r1slrM. ..n.n..t.. would neter lice .especially U we believe

w ..rrs.r. '" .... 4e -l. ..... and kneel 1'.... d feel W .1..10g1 rearli their Intended assignmU. and kneel at Mass only religion authentically can give practiced that the ceremony is a mere f Preface of Lent..I

".srrsar a.nlepa .... --. .::1:::..: -- .ta.bef .. 11ia1eta. .. performance of external rites WEDNESDAY. March 10

.. wlMls. .a.II. Ilrsrl. a dksaMriWty. 0 .\\re .there not some .r'' w parse d gaga..r 1 t.M II Fattier WaWc"' showed, a disemottonal Q Are there. not some art The l..ord'.l'rl'er.> STAND To you then we repeat' our and that its practice requires (Mass of Ember: Wednesday -

M sec's. .. .....rsaarrlrr. if- ruin to be followed ihwint$ i .:. .... tr s. ol twaag. Instability rules to be followed duringthe Alter Agnus Del, KNF:EL, praises We and bestow encouragement.. only a passive and distracted In Lent, 2nd Prayer of
.the Man.l far ... ... sslsllMl/. .Ir era MJJI 'far heartily our blessing congregation .forty Holy Martyrs) "Prtt
ir relit. cad lie a< a XawHiifknrrllnK .. .. -. ,feels the start and he as as standing Pobtcommunlon and dismis .
rrr'Ia.e -10a "hpar.a- of Mwasrlue are of LentTlltltSDAY I
.. steel -. and .lttln,,, <( are cars .rrarb'. .. avMd a complete kneeling and sitting are con loll, STAND.BlesaIng ). One mast t realize. that anew
The Pontiff then
Mw Msrrusaer II Ml.sla a mad to March II
.- n-, ..'-- w ee rwr ..- .. 0ItItw < Air sere. r.un \We" are all .It confined! aw I I. I.N.. after.. o Meet"i Father are all so Confused' now, STAND bora with... the ecumenicalcouncil. 1st
speech, which he week of Preface
.. .eta .Me ....... and we do nol t know the arw .Ieso/et. ttwt Mm_ to Havana and we do not .know... .the. new sum This Is the CMnrU'i Lent
.
u ......... '. ailrlr.I panzer.. IIICaf. times. fur' each of 'Ihrte' '- I ....... .ix bsnt. ... .Father' Mt'CafM '- times. fur .each of' .these. So Whether you kneel or stand marised in various languagesItetoved great Innovation. and we" of Lent.i
while' Communion $ sons and FRIDAY. March'
... "lases two everyone' ') lo I bobbin<< n? .m*.. .r.p.r.a.r... dnnsktaml. ....fItIN two everyone. ) Is bobbing<< up and receiving Holy daugh.ten must ,not ketllate. U became (Mass 12
depends local of Ember: 'In
... ,, -. down .1 t (tiffrrrnl' |lutes.. pew .Mar. and.. in August" down at different limes.VN on cue'tom first. disciples. ad then Friday
.N and Often during this supporters unto 2nd
circumstances period St'
Prayer of
atllea..I. tresses .\l.. pirate InrhHl' .Hi." kMam Strange but true .... .bpd) .to line .for. I Havana. .\ please Include High At will hear' speeches' on the>you sacred of, .the srhool of ,ray.er Gregory' I, Preface> of Lent
( Masses i
and
Ms. \. -r.. FIller rules, .1u .... tenter. Father. Mans rulrs.. Requiem on ... which Is about. .U kf||..
liturgy delivered S\TL'KD\Y
+Ke wKlhw + ...., +tlMiar. M A. a Au- v ec ., r..e Iw.M yelp Aged M at St. Au certain penitential.' weekdays> by March 13
A. T* avoid further' ?" A. To avoid' further ronfu you should. kneel' for the Col many different voices on various Perhaps th* reforms touch ''Mass of Ember' Saturday
.
site.,. orb t t. fell _pr' ..l .isgh.. .he. too 'fell
." .r Iellllhrv .It.l11n... HHM 1 will give the i I"">a \M. H rA .11II ......rh trouble lion 1 will give the low Mass lest t and the 1' tcon'lIWItlOft.Ttu. themes, but always) inspired practices dear to our hearts In Lent !Preface of Lent)
ratio now. and the hint) M.. rules now and the high Mass.. rule applies on the weekdays by the recent. Constitution and, probablv quite / .
.1 //lair Ml &1(12 dI sf at. ... (HUH. .m 1(1.!:! respectable
.... .......... rules' M a later column gare i I"""* .+.M. ,.run rnaD oral arw. to .N relieved. .. rules in a later column These of Advert Lent. Passion- of the ecumerucal council habits. Perhaps for torn
... the recommesktelMintthe .. are the recommendations of tide. the Ember: days of September and by the successive instruction the reforms require efforts

.. .--1_1 00 twehMme ... Uutad' States i h:,M t i iommiMioa .%* a r.. eqiM. >iire the.. ,norther Uw United State (Bishops ( and1'''' of II and initiating. Its gradual which are. somewhat. unpleasant lh Florida'Jrl10lic

M. b.._. (' on the I I..t.hlpostclala ..u.Evtrawe 4I a.r.*ar. sever. got( "krjeml" ) Commission on the LiturgicalApostoiate. : 111 class outside Paschal application. And so be at the beginning. However

w u- atl... spit.. tot ... ; ,a r a M !Ihe.. pUMMg& "'C". ami. !1.so. 1. / timeIn it. we must be docile and

.. t- .... .. hebrtjD .....*. regret tf). .Father This new legislation" concerning hav. 'faith.
t' .y o.MMs, eJ 1re.> a. .1Wt,. .. Me up< t ti .N...... aid) |lather|.. ORrlllT. Kntranr: Rite (up lo the many helps parishes the a commentator the public and official Th religious and spiritual
-
-.I ..... Kftotte) STAND .......,. tt |atbk: 'free.tarns. fpwtlet) STAND to adapt\ to these congregation rules worship' of the Church Is very' plan offered'. by th* .new. liturgical
i ill n*.. .hvnm. .. "a .. f'CIIIt".f'4' !t. liteMhiNit (Ilf no hymn is sung, which Important and. therefore deserves constitution' .U .......... ...e ,-.
::Ia"pf-hm: kM.l d rt.. celebrant' kneel may seem complicated stupen ,"...* .
jltl + g vii 10.4 dais .. baptism. during celebrant at first. widespread publica dons: because of .its. doctrinal rtTtioue ratss.tM.ro
I 4 rspa.wr.4.. ... prays at the f tw*,..< aid the eMSMUtiMis.. .! relltlw. praters) at the foot of lion and commentary' because profuiKlty and ... .?, m.....
the altar The i-:.iwKa4afle kb 4 the altar. Then itaad) one of its characteristics : because of the authenticity Ill *Mt r...... ..Nh .
'a*, er Q. One of the most t frattfal' rationality of ..... ev.r nrqe

"" .... ,..crew.a MT.. as{> Ae Mr. ro0sijrpuae. op..purrs Epistle SIT. signs la the liturgical. rhaage and principal objectives its Christian logic: because ...........4r. s. t" a A. ...e.
\In 8 e .. Gnpet 31t. ""m.HIIIiIJ. Crtopct. STAND. 1s the participation of the of its punty. and wealth' of ..... .. ... err I .q.f
If rr .
d1 "pstee.ldaasp' Is that -. .
Is talking faithful in the rites directed u.
r everyone) elements of
t. r ..rr ....MnllaltA. SIT. a rls. ..Mjb. usdtIs.. .tfenuly.. .. SIT. worship and art. ?.. "'
about It. I by. and embodied' in, the because of "1.114" hoer. ,_.
cannot
Personally its
.. ..,. .. .4.. ... craw STANDPretwratin N a Aagllstrr. ad tile .... Creed STAND Priest /response to th* ... ,... '-..- '...." ..-.

SlIm .. 0'a .. ..... .. *f the i.,'" NwMe -t.. M1 U .. previvacs Preparation of the Gifts: ndmtaod how one could dislike natur and Deeds of modern w-.3,.......'......,.. \aMq. .'ally
man. .
..
..w -, IapnlMS' I
fireriJ ever the Y .V .......... It eel tree.e Prayer the old or new la the midst t of ft Is the aatswrtty.. of the Moreover. It Is tile aitkorily "' _..01.... ........ .. _
.......... ...- .- ii STAND r j sssiaerss Tbc .......... ofr STAND over Gifts all the dirai.on.! hcwrvrr n..rdlll..11. .kkh desires. .U t tt .the rharrh which Uark-',, -I, inPS.Ml ..... A..r Vann

9" ; .. ai. OgArh. rathWlee ... one Important thing t I. remember ,> promote and laltlale.. this aewmaaarr es this. lad wkirk gaaraa.

/ \ W- -J& ,.., Radlsreltle IraMel Prayer" ... a PirW. .tr mal KkKkanatsr Prayer) I U .that. there Is Oil, of ara>lag. By doings tees tilt goodarts" W. the' re- e

asw r .Itlp... 1 1; : r ttlaae a 91aipW. aed Notwa. t ICa.eel: .ne tnt rallh, and M, whrlk- it lays greater .m",,', .. ,fate. as a "*<*ral effort. I U ..,

I .... ---- .... Pretest. Md Sa Kta> yeah ..... ...-a.. pea 'PNf.t f. e. ad S*>Qk.tiM, er we like the tkaafr .r out.Ihere .. lit. ipirtUal. alesl, ..s. ,for .M. trriikra M.>II .la the ,tank Ii..r.. ,p. ....sr.ao.

.air a tlrlill STAND etbls. It HII f IIHIIft sshat STAM) Is only at* way u C*. was and Is the' (Ckarrk's'' thief lad love ,for Christ, as well

11 M. 1 J I ItII1Ir s--.. MwoumA \ ., tttiatr aaslaansel After SMMttH. tssrMh tie test.. U puked& .the.. .rtk...d.."y a* religion ,freliag. .la Poona .... .....
Att.. the way, ckwiv lade Mr vas .. .......
........ *,,'.'..., ere ..qjM t1NaMir. ... .. "Am'it i"' .e .haenw 411 W. a !.i..Lsl/s. gnat "AaMT at .the ealaf .. *W! ky "tae'" BUkajm of thewM If( prayer) world.Coming. I" A4ai.... .
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'i .M manse. .. with, tile Nape And it was 1UC't'e'lIuh' its -.. .. 1
... ... .'u.h"I ,.t. t H.. ... to the Pope w"* are --
yen a. ( + ? hi ''II .p.,..tw. of.W. \11('" Fix ban th,' Hamiurtill'MUl the ...j\. ui. the t'hur.b ut t.r.A to.. make the
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The Florida CattoBf, Friday Maw 5,19<1:1II :




II f Father Spellman 21 years a Priest I ICOCO.




BEACH-Stunned by the death of the pastor -May 1, 194 -that brought
I Father Charles W. SpeUman. the people of the Church of family and friends to the
Our Saviour at Cocoa Beach viewed his remains last Sun small, old frame church on 1

day evening and kept vigil here during the lying in state Orlando's Orange Avenue to Y' J)

until the hour of the funeral on Monday. Earlier on Sun- see Archbishop Hurley ordain

'i i day friends of the Spellman family went to St. James Father Spellman a Priest
Among those assisting at the
Church
in Orlando: for
I a .
service while in Orlando and ordained there ordination was the late Monsignor
rosary thePriest'
John G. his
by Archbishop Morley Bishop, r
body was present Jre.
Work and study across the pastor.
Father SpeUman. 49, was continent and in the St. Augustine .
dead last Friday. When he did History scholarGraduate
area covering parochial
not come out on the altar here
)
and diocesan tasks
for the dally Mass scheduled, occupied work followed for
seven lie
one of the men in the church years spenta Father Spellman with
portion of his Priesthood in
went in to the rectory to look the care of Catholic youth at months in between spent as
for him. lie had died in his the University of Florida in an assistant p a t t o r. He
sleep during the night.It Gainesville.In studied at Harvard University
was a shock to everyone beginning in November, 1943;
because he had been about Rockledge, Father Spell- he did research at the University
his priestly work as usual the man served as a paitor in an of Mexico; and he obtained
day before. area that involved long hours in 1947, a master's degree
.
and many miles of dally in Latin American history :I
lie was planning for a diocesan travel from the beaches to from the University of ., ....T. 1 e
.
convention of the Diocesan
the mainland California in Berkeley. A
Council of Catholic Women
.
reading knowledge!: of both
later on this And The J
year. on florida Anthropologist,
and
Tuesday of last week he was a scientific publication published Spanish In his research.French was helpful Central deanery Priests gather in Orlando for conference
among the Priests who at. some of his scholarly

tended the Central) deanery material on the early North lie St.was Catherine an assistant parish pastorat In Se- Pictured here are Prlerta of the Central was In state In the center aisle of St. James day's Epistle from the Maw ai a text to em

clergy lando with conference Archbishop held in Or. Florida Indians, He contributed bring from May to October, Deanery who met at Bishop Moore High Church, Orlando, for two hours on last Sun phasiie the charity of spirit of Father Spell

Hurley. JosephP. Church a history weekly to column the diocesan on. 1943! ; and assistant pro tern- School on Tuesday of last week. In the fore day afternoon. His brothers and listen and man He said he was a Priest who always

weekly The (pore at the Cathedral) of St. ground are Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley other relatives were joined at the Orlando went out of his way to greet his friends and

He built tve churches and Florida Catholic newspaper:, in 1949. Augustine 1944; and an assistant (IrighU.) Monsignor William J. Mullally P.A., church by numerous friends of the Spc-llman give them a kindly word. The St. Chariestparish

tw* schools la Brrvird County a summer later at St. V.F. (center) and Monsignor: Charles) A. Bar- family. Representatives of the (Greater Or. putor said that he had been In the

work, crowning of the past his nine pastoral Worked for unityMore Joseph burl parish in St. Peters tok, who was host Priest at the conference Undo and Winter Park clergy and teaching; seminary with the late Cocoa Beach pastor

ia Canamal area parishes years The autumn after his return The late Father Charles W. Spellman. who Sisters also attended the rosary service let and that this trait of charity had been Father .

recently, he was one from California, Father Spell- died at his Cocoa Beach rectory later In the in St James by the pastor, Monsignor Terence Sjirllman's all through hit priestly life
In the weekend Just pant, of eight Priests of the Diocese man began to preside over week, is the fifth Priest from the left in the J. Karrelly. Monsignor Hart ok spoke a

saddened by the loss of the appointed the first of this the Oldest Mission in the second row. The body of Father Spellman few words In the St. James pulpit, using the
!kind gentle person-Father year to the diocesan Apostolate ( -
United States,
Concurrently, _.
of Christian
SpeUman -friends called to Unity. ---- --- ----- ----- --- - --- -------
he took care of souls entrust
mind his life given to the Father SpeUman is mournedby ed to him across the St Johns work In that area shifted to speeches on CCD programs again leading his parishionersin ranged: for 10 Sinters of Mercy of him he saw Patrick Air
Church of God. his brothers and sisters River, miles from St Augus. Melbourne and Cocoa (tuck- before clergy! and )lay groups, both plates in effoils, to front Ireland to come to the Force Bas. grow and beyond
One happy memory was the and aunts in Orlando. tine ledge would say provide capital funds for area to staff two schools he the PrIesUhaplatns there,
reception he held at Rock. His people came to Orlando more Improvements: In Rock- had built This meant much his diocesan neighbor was
ledge for former pastors of from Pennsylvania In 1907. lie was director of the Mis- Father Spellman was an- "The pailor/ who makes full ledge, more classrooms, pews to him. because he recalledthe Eau: Gallic's Father Martin
St Mary's Church. The sear His parents the late Mr. and lien ..Nambre: de Dlus and tainted pa Ur of SI. Mary use *f the ('('I) In his parish and air-tonditioning, for the late MV!I ). when he visited II. Power and his Church of
was recent. On March X, Mrs. James W. SpeUman. admlalilraUr .f Sacred Heart parish Kckledge, with themin.a land hit rffrrtlveneis as n new church and the parish's 3ft mutherhouses In )Ireland the! Holy Name of Jesus in
1182.! he celebrated Mass parlkh.. Green feu Springs<< .( St. Teresa In Tltuivllle guardian *f touts multiplied
on were members of St. James share in Inter parochial and In Europe: with the same Canova Bearh.
the feast of the and Us miitlon .( St. Catherine a January 21, I..... a hundredfold." .
Annunciation
parch in Orlando. needs in Cocoa Beach, a hall dlM-miraging results: no Sisters At his death the Priest h
In the new St. Mary' A for. .In Orange Park. The* Father Spellman. when he In order to build, he steered that could he used later for for his It'hnols.Chapter knew so much about Brevard
mer altar boy of that parish SurvivorsThe aiilgamenls ended e. ;.N. classroom air-condi,
died, was chaplain of the campaigns for funds more spwce (County Father Spellman|
later its pastor- Father John umber IS, 1111. Columbus Councilin honing for the new church
Knights of than once The small, old ends was aware of more growth
F. McKeown, came from his family home faces Lake That date Father Sill Cocoa Heath. church In llotkledge! : and Its and to provide for interparlthneeds. around the area due to the

parish in Vero Beach to give Eola and Is the residence today man took up duties at Catholic II* never ceased to marvelat congested area gave way to space efforts of the U S. and
the sermon at the Mats at of the Priest's sisters, When h* )left St Mary's,
chaplain at the Universityof what happened| to the the new !St Mary's and a I'ather Spellman recalled a. the establishment of Amer
which former pastors of the MIM Margaret SpeUman and the school enrollment there Dews Mtrrttt
at
he andIPIC" lot. moonport
Florida in Gainesville andmoved Church the missile large parking special red letter days that of.Novemlter
Rorkledge parish partici Mid Eleanor SI Umln. was 330 pupils. Hit new Island.
in to Crane hall age began on that By the summer of 1M9 he : It, IWI! when the
pated. Brothers of the Priest who Mau In the school on North Atlantic Avenue
mast was offering blessed the Ills own work, as ha himself
\nhhlkhup new
The others Invited were Fa preceded l him in death were U. of F. chaplain Tltuivilte's pariah was cutoff Chunh of Our Saviour atCocoa Ilixkledge rhurchl and or October In Cocoa (Beach was expressed It, was seen In
ther Daniel C Hegarty. Fa James Jr. and Donald heath the I louse of teaching 420, and each school
Spell- from Cocoa HM kkdge in It, mt, when his reprenenlallve terms of renewal of the
ther Michael M Reynolds, man lie succeeded Mon signor 19S8! In January of that year God he and his parishioner blessed the School claimed five Sisters of Mercy Church from within and with
.
Father George Bucko and Father Surviving brothers are JohnF Jeremiah P O'Mahoney who Father John (B, O'llare wentto built to replace makeshift at-- of Our Saviour at Cocoa It was Ur the SUlers *n the out. Seeing the spirit, of unit
Joseph Corde. SpeUman who is with the had just been appointed administrator St. Tereia and Father commodationi they had used Beat'h.The ('oroa beach staff that he was among Christians as one of
Orlando Bureau of Employment Security of it Ed ard SpeUman( began to concentrate for two years. planning a new convent, when the pronounced aims of t: )
Born in U S. Department of parish in Palm Beach after on Catholic life in llotk- new action! was staffedby death cut short his uietul Second Vatican Council, ha
Labor, \SasJtifigton. D C., and many years In Gainesville ,as ledge and Cocoa Ik'ilt hind Brings nuns Umerkk Sitters of Mercy hUe' taught that Catholics should
Father Sprllman's associations Paul J. .SwUman. an Orlando the Catholic Youth Center Cocoa To the Catholic fam, Co trutlM n was be*sin on and lay teachers serving Just proieed in good' will lo.aiJ' ..
-many ss they were on buauiesamanAuftls chaplain for V of F students alias who poured In to the school! for under .UK children In Its first When (the parish of Divine others<< ; and as for renewal
the east coast from TitusviU an eitfMclaaarwm ear, It offered kindergartenand Mercy opened up on Merrill ,.
rooufBtftg the Priet's Father, Spettman's work In area Father Spellman provedto !St Mar,'. in 1967 The school > from within be wrote
to Palm Bay-covered man)' death are Miss Mary C SfU- Gainesville continued for five tie. a dignified, serious opened on schedule In Sep" grades one through six Island Father Spell man "W. must dramatise, edit
more places than RockMgc man and MJM Anna Spelt- years Priest who helped them plan I9M. 163 when It ollt'nd.| helped out his neighbor Father and above all, Inform children
!ember serving
and Cocoa Beach of Orlando. M.. Gertrude When Father Spcllman, In Sean P. Molloy by accommodating
man From July IS 1964. until and build the churches/ and with faculty of UyUrfthM of our Catholic elementary -
We find him born and raised .lptiia pupils a I'M. relmqtilnried' St Marv'sin some of the !hl!1. ., '
CwNMhan el !1Ud
January H. 19M, he was athooli they wanted They intliuiinc four young schools by the Intr):i. it
and Mrs WIMII Spell again in Green Cove Spring* helped him in person as wells graduates of the College ofhew Itlll iiii'd. to Father Pat- vine Mercy pariah childrenIn application of the workin<'
man of Sacred Heart pariah. and. its missions as Uw perish m wbtame. Ho. hell, !New York r.. k J Carroll he had theaatiifattivn Cmoa Heath ilamroomsDuwn of this great hotly |Vatk &nCmmrll
PineUas Park Priest of having ar AIA highway, south 111) to their Individual
who an* ered bis appeal to
;rpsMORIAL> Father SpvUman was born Meanwhile, down on the CCD leader CWM as an an t ohc group lives We need not look
In Orlando. on Dr.mt>.r 8.191S east coast of Florida the to Kelp teach until Sisters for novelty V\, know that
I He attended St. James 1950s were seemg the pheMm- Hememberlng. when he mould be oMatoed Give thought to future our ancient Faith will not
Mn.r.er4 School until he went to live real growth of the area near was a seminarian that there) I hang But wt may hope to
\\I IJf l lt'i U f Ila'k seminary to be a Prlett of the MiMile. Testing Center at was a community of Sisters It was a proud day for Father find renewed application of
this Diocese He studied atSt Cape Canaveral known as On Miistoo Helpersof Spellman when he reported SJA students advised this Faith to our daily lives
A. Dey.e ,pr...h Ail Ife4t Charles College III Catonsvi When he was very young, the Sacred Heart who** / In May )1\f.J9\ that Spa

2"d A... S. /h, 162-6SOJ lie. Maryland and at St Father. Spellman w mM recall motherhous was In Towtmi, tars of Merry from. limerick,
Man Seminary ia Bellim Tltust IIIe and I'alm Pay Maryland he arranged for Ireland would come to lto<'k- ST. A Hi I'MUM: Student of Cathedral parish in f soli ,.....1 ..,
ST. PETERSBURG re were the renters of Catholic them to tram Confraternity of |hedge that fall to teach lie St. Jie|>h Academy heard Archbishop Joseph I' Hurleylast
It was a Saturday la spring activity They were .t opposite Christian Ikxtrin leathers purchased a residence for Friday during hi, visit! with high school slu-lents In &. .. ...,-*....l U ....."

ends of the 72 mite-lwtg" of religion In his parishes them at the corner of Barton the & City. Th Archbishop offered Mass for them In 81 Anshoh.noe SiestasVA
county aqveeted In betweenthe Other area Prieits joined and Seminal. Avenue, adjoining 4-1471
JOHN S. RHODES JR. St Johns River and tht with bun in support ff the Die beautiful new school Joseph Convent chapel atthe his place? 1'unde.r it with your ST. AUCUSTINI
Atlantic Ocean and blasted; Summer Institutes for < 1) of two sings with covered mot""rhllUM of the 8is bishop

FUNERAL DIRECTOR by two broad saltwater .inlets training which Father SpeU walkway, ,School enrollment ten of St. Joseph hereIn .
the Indian and Banana man began In I9S7 loomed. his remarks to the studrtits. -
1721 Geif.T.1.y CUARWATUe 4444355 lUvers Then Uw Chur Vs I Father I penman, ,In, In a couple of yean, hew as the Archbishop commended
.. ,- them for the wonderful ttJp 1rrI(
way In hM-h they assailed -
him In offering MM,
BASHAW'S r; s+asrtt dai r II* reminded them of the FUNERAL DIRECTORS

GULFORT MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME significance of their' great f4f4IH TAMPA 2JTJJUPHONI

lo ird M !...>.. Uc.m.d '_eI cf.ecteroA. heritage Young people from
this ancient pariah art from
*", ,bf Holy N*".. 24 how. .", buIe", .....ic.s.cl the first. families of America, 177-7114

22 A._ S."t*. J47IM I They have a rf"iA.tlMlity lab

aware of their heritage, A. P. BOZA IIYIISIOf CHAMLJM
lie skied that" the students
N. AIMINIA AVL
Bouchard Funeral Horns were an Important part of
Carl T. the hlttortr and sacred com- TAMPA 7, KOIIOA
l
157 ClLUWATiUARGO .OAO-UlftOTUpW ..c pies whirl Is M AuguitUM,
Appealing I* liaise who are
114-21 If tapped M the shoulder. for a
: HOUR AMIUUNCI SWVKt great 6>*tiny that of followg KYLE-McLELLAN INC.

a vwatttn to the Priett, DIRECTORS
? .,4 Of religious life Ih* FUNERAL
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Th Florida Catholic Friday, Manh 5,19W/ school
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J' u..tI...4 (MM .... ...) Discussion leaders for kin cred Heart. )New; Smyrna
Beach Sister Marie Row \
pastors for luncheon without dergarten through grade ;
charge eight will be Mrs. King; Mrs. O.P Our Lad>' of Lourdes,
T. Kleffner Sacred heart Melbourne: and Sister Alice
Group discussions will give
teachers an opportunity to Jacksonville, Mr.. JohnCojle Regina 0.P., St. Paul, Day
contribute neW ideas and to Christ the King, Jack tuna Beach.
( J1 i" { discuss mutual problems. sonville.; Sister Claire EugeneO.P. March 12
There will also be an ex .. Bleated Sacrament. Tallahassee
-'-- ..........J change of materials and Betty Smith, Christ
methodology among the the King, Jacksonville; Ann Demonstiation teachers in
: Orlando, March 12, at St.
Haas Resurrection, Jacksonville
,,. ,.r, teachers.Benediction of the Most ; Margaret D. Smith, St. James School will give attention
Blessed Sacrament will close Paul Jacksonville; 1\1 rs. to Ole following topics:

CenroCatholic/ / Bishop Barry each day'i program at 2.30 Hugh Ward Christ the King, Readiness for preschool
Jacksonville, and Sister children, Mrs, Betty Algc, St
High School High SchoolST. -k p.m.Information I s availablethis Marie Theme S.S.J., st. James, O"lando.Providln&" .
week In advance on the Paul, Jacksonville. for individual

CtFVmVATER Central Plan teachers' institute first three programs. The March 10 differences in reading, Sister
Catholic High School will begIn PETERSBURG Michael same type of information is Chiistm.. SSND. Good

its third baseball season Frey, assuming the Diocesan supervisors from the department rations were, from the left, Sister being arranged for Tampa In Daytona Beach on March Shepherd Orlando, Gr. 1,
this year. At the present time, duties of school reporter, has Sister, Margaret Jean OP.
and St. Petersburg. 10, at St. Paul School, demonstrations ,
of education met with teach- Ann Roselle C.PP.S. of St. Andrew
out sent In this news from BarryHigh.
there are 16 boys trying The programs follow: will be given on St. Monica, Palalka, Gr. 1,
for the 1965 squad. However : en in Orlando recently to plan for the School; Carol Swenk of Good Shep the following topics: :Mrs Ruth Gleeaon, Good
there are 8 or 9 boys still Bishop[ Barry High School teachers' institute which will be held herd; Sister Joseph Mary OP., dioc. March 8 Providing for individual differences Shepherd, Oi'Iando. Gr 3;
playing basketball who will held their annual science fair at St, James School there on March filM supervisor; and Ruth Gleason of in reading Sister and Sister Ann Rose I 111 I

be counted upon heavily to on February 15 and 16 at 12 Diseasing the preliminary prepei Good Shepherd. In Jacksonville on March Immaculata S.I\I., St. Peter CPPS.St. Amliew. Orlando,
bolster the Marauder attack Notre Dame Academy. Projects 8, at Christ the King School, Deland Gr. 1; Sister Edward Gr. 3.
The Marauders had a 9-7 were Judged for creative topics will be: Marie OP, St. Paul, Day. Stimulating interest In
record last year and are work. ability scientific thought, 't, "Ants Their Intelligence, Bishop Moore manager for several of the Readiness for preschool tuna Beach, Gr 1; Miss Char- arithmetic. Suiter Maria I
Ing diligently to improve up. thoroughness, skill and clarity Society and Relation to Insect school tame children, Mn M King St. lene Parramore, Blessed 1 Elects, S C.C All Souls San-
on that record for the 1965 and dramatic value. Prizes World. High School The following athletes were Matthew, Jacksonville Trinity Ocala, Gr 3; and ford Gr 1.; and Mrs, Carol
were awarded In the senior letters at individual differences Swenk, Good OrLando .
season Winners of the junior division presented football a Providing for Mrs. Frieda Bybee. St Bren Shepherd,
The team has 8 lettermen division to the following: were ORLANDO Anthony Meyer special assembly l in the cafeteria in reading Sister dan Ormond Beach Gr. 4. Gr 4.
returning this year. The boys Botany Jim McGrady, son of Mr and Mrs. Leo last week: seniors, Mike M Judith 0 S.B., M Paul Stimulating interest in Learning and using communication
returning are sophomores, "The Effect of 1120 on MedIcine and Health If. Meyer, was awarded a Miller, Richard Szafranski, Jacksonville Beach Gr. 1; arithmetic, Sister Alovsius arts, John Roth,
John Herndon, Charles Plants;" Jim Smith "The Fred Cheyunski, 'Human dean's scholarship to Loyola Ray Kenzik Rick Corbett, Mrs. K. Powell Holy Rosary, S.M I.. St Teresa Titusville, St. Andrew Orlando Gr. 3;
Reeves, juniors, John Kisr, Effect of Different Colors on Metabolism University in New Orleans. Dave Miller Jerry Kluft, Jacksonville, Gr. 2; Mrs. C. Gr 1, and Mrs. Fred Sganga, and Mrs. R Sherman, SL
Gary Herndon, Bruce Baker, Seed Germination;" Bill Mapleton. Zoology Alex Job, "In- This scholarship reports Bill John McCormick George Kick, Assumption Jackson- Sacred Heart, New Smyrna Patrick. Gainesville Gr 6.
Joe Bishop; seniors, Bob Gor- "The Effect of Different ternal Anatomy of the frog" Dunn will furnish the entire Richardson, Phil Bauer, John ville. Gr. 4; and Sister Ann Beach Gr. 4. Opportunities for developing
by and Tom Magilligan Colors on Photos}ntheis. Physics Paul l Ludwich, four year tuition to the university Heine, Chris Von Gal, KenS Noreen OP, St. Matthew, Learning and using communication creative abilities and appreciations
." "Transmitting Sound Over a for Anthony.A (>I hnan, Tom Maricle, Tom Jacksonville Gr. 4. arts Mrs. N. AT- Sister Ann Rosaire,
The Marauders play their Light Beam Bruce Irvine Hjnoskl, Jose Collar, Bill Stimulating Interest In curt St Paul. Daytona Beach, 0.S.F.. St John V'tanney, Orlando
first came of the season on Physics Paul Sheehan, "Rocket ; member of the National Dunn and Marvin Croy; jun. arithmetic, !Miss Suzanne Seymour Gr 5; Mrs E Panseau. Our Gr. 7; and Sinter Stan.
March 6, 2 p.m., at GreenField "Simple Machines." On Propulsion league Honor Society at Ills hop Ions Scott Crumlkh, Dan Resurrection Jackson Saviour, Cocoa Beach, Gr. 6, islaus Marie SSJ.. St Pat
major
In Clearwater against( Medicine and Health Bob baseball Tuesday star, Bill'! Freehan Moore and the yearbook stuff, McNamara) ; Tom Brennan vile Gr. 2, and Mrs. R. Sister M Noel 0 P., St. rick. Gainesville Gr S.
Berkeley Prep In a Bay Coast Anthony has also played a Jim Mike Pleva, Bill St.. Paul. Jack Problem. tech
Caron "Effect: of 3 Diets on visited Bishop Barry Mr, Murphy, Hrgerman. Brendan, Ormond Beach, Gr solving and
Conference; game. Mice;" Tom Meek, "Effectof Freehan spoke to the senior major role In the athletic pro- Donovan, Mike Hipps Bob sonville Beach Gr. 3. 7. and Sister John Baptist niques in the study of mathematics
President of the school, Various Chemicals on Decalcification class about college and his grain by acting as a team Burgan, Paul Taylor and Art Learning and using communication O.P., Our Lady of Lourdes, Mrs Louis !McCormick -
Father Bernard F. Dittman, of Teeth." experiences in college. lie Wroble; and sophomores arts Sister Joseph Melbourne, Gr 8.rroblem.solving. St James Orlando, Gr.
joined with Nick Cavallaro Zoology Bill Covert, also talked about baseball Barry College Dave Isenberg, Joe Lathrop Marion 0 P., Blessed and techniques 5; and Sister M Jacqueline
athletic director, and Joseph "Ants;" Mike Lydon, "Plank.ton and his team the Detroit and Bob Craig. Sacrament, Tallahassee Gr. in the study of mathematics CPPS.St. Andrew, Orlando,
Ginoechi baseball (coach in ;" Karl Altenburger, Tigers. Mr. Freehan Is a grad MI\MI Sister Mary The Letterman's Club helda 5. and Sister M. Enda S.M., Mrs. R. Randall, Gr 6.The.
the Jam the Gym campaign San Jose Jacksonville, Gr. 6. Blessed Trinity, Ocala Gr S. importance of practical
wishing boys luck in their 'Bacteria Competition"Best uate of Bishop Barry and was Dorothy, president of Barry :
coming season. of the fair Bill Cow in St Petersburg for a visit College has announced the last Friday for the last regular Opportunities for developing and Mrs. E. llaney, Ascen applications in mathematics,
season encounter Acrowd creative abilities and appreciations lion, Eau Gallie, Gr. 6. Mrs. Blanka Roberts. St
appointment of Henry A. 1\1c-
1'\1'1I'\ t"PJ'IftItf'r!!f..M.1..1I 'IV'
Y 1 ( inms as Dean of the Barry of over 500 Hornet Mrs. William Ma. The importance of practical James Orlando, Grad 7.
College School of Social I fans packed the Davis Armory loney Trinity Jacksonville applications in mathe and Philip Sciortmo St
Work the first School of for the game against Gr. 7; and Sister Patricia matici. Sister l ConceptionS Charles Orlando. Grade 8
Social Work in South Florida Titusville It was the largest Eileen O P., Assumption ., St Peter Df Land, Or Discussions will" I be led by
yes, ; iI He will assume his duties in crowd of the season Jacksonville, Gr. 8. 7. and Sister M\ Salome S.M Mrs Alge Sister. Stuanna
June. Mr McGinnis Is cur Friday afternoon, the Let.tt'rmen Problem.solving and techniques Our Saviour Cocoa Beach, SSJ. St Charles, Orlando;
rently on the faculty of the sponsored a Car in the study of mathematics Gr 8. Sister Michael i 1 Marie
Fordham University Schoolof Smash. For a small fee, students Sister M. Martina Discussions will be led by S.N.D.., Good Shepherd, Or. I
social work lIe holds a were given a sledge S S.J., Christ the King. Jack Sister Owen Marie 0 P., St. lando: Miss Maria Ferraro,
Master of Science degree in hammer and three swings, at sonville, Gr. J.: and Mrs. Kay Paul Daytona Beach; Sister' All Souls. Sanford; Sister
social work from St 1-ouu an old car that the club members .'orson. Cathedral Parish St. Sean Michael 0 P, Our Ladyof Margaret Rose 0 P., St. Mon
University and will receive dug up from a junkyard Augustine Gr *. Lourdes, Melbourne, Mother lea. Palatka.: Mrs Rosemary
his doctoral degree In June By the end of the day the car The Importance of practical Sacred Heart. St. Joseph Mclnerny, and Sister Rot 1
from St. John's University in was' a small pile of scrap applications In mathematics, Palm Bay Sister Corona Catherine S S J.. St Charles,
New York. His experience In. metal I. and the lettermen Mrs! V. llmel., San Jose 0 p. Our Lady of Lourdes Orlando; Sister M Cecelia
eludes both classroom Inching had added a considerable Jacksonville, Gr. 7. and Mrs Melbourne: Sister M Bene SSND.. and Sister M Mer
l -Iu and agency ork.\ amount of funds to their R Moeringi. St. Paul Jacksonville diet S M.. St Mary. Rotk cita SSND. Good Shepherd,
tI I i 1 i treasury Gr. (. ledge: Sister M. )Nivard; Sa Orlando


Epiphany Sacred Scripture SARASOTABRADENTONSor

. Visit St. John Vianney SchoolThe Grade School


Superior General of the Sisters perior general; Sister Is!. KuUiaha, \KMCi.:: 1 ': The second an Lord thanked for mercy
of St. Francis! from Glen Riddle Pennsylvania principal of St John's, Mother M. nual talent show of the Epiphany : (

and the Directress of Schools Kverilda, directress of schools from School wan sponsored by \I ...I...d I... p? '..-1 come the cornerstone" ((22)) wlr} ClJyIrttr
paid an official visit this week to St. Glen Riddle; Sister Mary Thomasine, the sixth grade, Dominic Sa people their kpukeiman\ cries Escorting their! represent'
John Vianney School and convent in first grade teacher; and Sister M. vio Club with Kathleen Michelm exultmgly: live (perhaps the king) into SARASOTA'S ORIGINAL RAW BAR
Orlando. A reception in the social hall Dolores fifth teacher. Father as mistress of ('eremonies the temple they declare him
grade
"I shall not die. but live I .u1. MU* of Sticlnoy Point Peed .* SoutH Tnt (U.s.41))
.
Monsignor George. blessed because of his trust
;
the Suiters to Vincent K.;
gave an opportunity Smith welcomed them to
"You'lr\ .
Cummings awarded the |>rucs and declare the works" of theLord m God and because of the divine our Seafood"INFORA4AL
meet 300
nearly parents. From the his pariah
with the first prize going to Though the Lord has favors with which he INEXPENSIVE
left are Rev. Mother Mary Agnes, su Sonrmo; from" II A. t.A. "" _: '24-2121
first grader Bill Iluerke (for indeed chastised me, yet he and they have been showered.The .
his singing of Rmgo. Tht has not delivered mt to Levites invite them to
band tailed; "The )Night; death" (1718)) carry leafy branches, signsof

SCHOOLSROSARIAN Urges respect for main" made up of Leigh The liturgical note becomes jojous victory\ right up to CLEARWATERAce
erchesikl, on the drums; Jim. the altar of tacrifke.It .
Ringo, Joe Iki nton and quite pronoumrd In verse 19
learning to help my )
Junmy Simons on guitars won and li sustained throughout they tontine they sing I
ACADEMY second prize when they play. I In the end (1:91.) God's pral ri, and the psalm Hardware CRAWFORD I
U.S. scholarshipS end as tt togaa: "Give
ItJl.*t rid 4.r ochool! lor giil. n ihoiM! of ....tlt1l1 1 1Iko edhafd I Say Janet The people ask the clergyto thanks I* the lard for he U Phono HARDWARE
Worth. GridM cue to tl\.I\'t. Fully aocitdlud.kvJIdiBi law Duke won a third |>rue. admit them to the inner -.,.. ... t./ -
*. ID 'I'III'M, untie, art, L.nra.
Catholic ,
MMOM of It. Doomlf. For dialog dditm' : Roglusrar: States maY offer a solemn sacrifice !14U G014-te- .yTOM'S : 5as
to Hubert Kaplan for hitseal. .
make furthl'rprogl't'81 a rn f
will no a t Ifowe
04JRUN; ACADEMY T LST: PALM BRACT without creation of ., also I Laurie Fanning and of thanksgiving )For Israel, It is especially Interestingto '
tiny and weak scorned by read verses 129 in the
environment of Khra (eldman for I heir I
"an respectfor ... the great nations round about, light; of the gospel account of
Academy Of The Holy Names learning" in Catholic. has been vindicated It is she our Lord triumphant entry
ENGELBERT'SDttSS
homes and schools an internationally The judges Monsignor who has been selected to Into Jerusalem Palm
were play on Sun
Ro.?cW ..d i school for SHOE
day girlt. Grido o". fo tw.U. Fully known scholar has
Cummmgs, Mrs Ray the key role In God's plan of day and the Church's annual
._.dited. Program' includes: cottage preparatory end' ..n.'" said here. HAT ."d DRAPERY
mond C Duke, Mrs. James salvation;: The stone which liturgical ceUbration of that REPAIR I
otmot, *w*., art and IpOrts. Conducted by Sstem.f; the Holy This assessment was 11'f'nby Fox and Mrs. Zuraw, the builders rejected has be event TRIMMINGS FAIKtCS
Nim". 3)If taytfioro Boulevard, Tampa. Florid. Sir Hugh Stott Taylor, Tko. Flo..t U tortlro
dean emeritus of the Prince Quality A W..'....IItI. PFAFF SEWING

ton University graduateschool 1890 DREW ST. MACHINES
and president of the ..
Woodrow Wilson national 1f'1lo'shlp n. 44tTr t 1140 N E a.., ."d Sheet
OUR
LADY OF THE musCAMP
foundation in a talk

at the dedication of the University T Tour Ono-Stop Sonrico For Al l..n And G.rdn SvppTo*
of San Kram.isco'1 science
Cf'ntt'r.J''hbishop. i SKYCREST GARDEN SUPPLY

.\ Joseph T. Me- A Nr FERTILIZERS INSECTICIDES SEEDS t PLANTS
Gucken of San Francisco GARDEN TOOLS-FREE DEL 'VEHYSc
blessed the (is-ltOry building, e 442.744 (n'' Dn. Shed
IirNDETtSOIWIlIJC
N. c. while Taylor spoke and re-

lived an honorary doctorateof xa .

A Catholic camp lor boys and girls ages science from the university v w ''i" CLARK'S

7 lo 16. 200 acres, 37 buildings la U | I'rglHg an atmoiphrre .f roc
Blue Ridge Mountains I.cug.ens. uprtt among I'.S. Catholic c. GULF SERVICE @f
for Inlfllrclual achlfiemrnt,
pool, mountain lake with all camping Taylor mid: WRCUtES I DREW
activities guided bf trained counselors. fHONESAVE 441.37i0
Ideal accommodations for visiting par 'It will require a rrvolu ,
turn in the minds and hearts
ents. Camp provides pickup service lo
of the Catholic homes the 40 TO 0\ ON
or from nearest roll, air, bus t. minal. l atholic hoots and the Catholic WOMEN FAMOUS BRAND SPORTSWEAR
A camp for youngsters to grow..spirit' "
colleges of the land. : STORES TO SERVE YOU
uallf, healthfully. For literature, write: 'I I am convinced that with &
Cood will it could succeed" .... ___ SPORTSWEAR OUTLET

Winter Address: .he_laid u,,""u".,""uu_ Good Shepherd children see Asian articlesMajor 4)47 W. KENNEDY UVD TAMPA

OUR LADY OF CAMP
THE BILLS AND
Alan \V. Sunder, opera lected from southeast Asia: from the I
c'e' 11.1.*.'. Chwrch SubscribeNow tiona and training officer at Orlando left Robert Kingston Michael Pendt, THE TOWEL SHOPPE
335: Spriagdol A ....
Air Force Base spoke to the children James KoUmorjren. Sister Miry Mer
w1NSTON-SALZM. N. C. .-f Uood; Shepherd School OilanU.i It aSS N D oar 'r Saunders, Edward 4 MILES NORTH OF CUARW"-t

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Seven The, Florida" CtUiolIc, Friday, March 6, 11165




pope Paul gives reasons k for Requiem Alaska's said





for naming new Cardinals Coadjutor SEATTLE, Washington

4 nw
I (NC) Solemn Pontifical

By James C. O'Neill named to the College at the of Catholic morals, a defense Requiem Mass for Coadjutor

VATICAN CITY (NO-Pope) Paul VI has told the consistory the Pope said which. appears to demand Bishop George T. BolIcsu -

College of Cardinal that he gave it 27 new members because "Rather than make them from us, owing to new dangers SJ. 52, of Fairbanks,

of the help he needs in the "growing gravity and bow to our reverence, which arising added vigilanceand Alaska, colorful and beloved *

complexity of the central government of the Church. Is already known and secure, timely aid"The "missionary's missionary .

At last Tk'" secret consistory< naming the new Cardlnala we wish to draw them closer Pope then read out the ," was offered in St.

Pope Paul also told 36 of the older Cardinals that to the dignity of our apostolic names of the new Cardinals James cathedral here.
he had office. We wish and asked: "What is your
Increased not muchto
the membership of the_ Sacred Celle=.. so opinion" The Cardinals Following the ceremonies,
n ." signified
add to the
to a record 103 u a sign of splendor of the their! the body of Bishop Bolleau
assent by removing
his love and affection for The first reason that had exterior structure of this Holy their skullcaps and was taken to Fairbanks for
replacing
the Church. led him to Increase member.ship Roman Church as to kindle th.m.Follo'lnr burial.

Pope Paul said, was "tpresene even more its inner com
Thomas A. Connolly
In hit 1000-word Archbishop
Latin there came a series
munion. We wish, to add
and add to the certainly
address excellence of Seattle offered the
at the February 22con'l.tory of similar formal ceremonies
not to false
the Pope showed and the efficiency ot any power In which a series of (March 2)) 101. ... Bishop
the but to Its
College of spiritual virtue.
concern that Mi decision to Cardinals residential sees were pr. Francis D. Gleeson S,J., of

raise the number of Cardl- Noting the growing complexity "We wish to mark, certain conised, that is prelates were Fairbanks preached the ser

pals be interpreted correct of central Church administration ly not the distance of the named to various sees although mon

ly. Almost at if answering the Pope declared supreme ecclesiastical organs In fact these sees have Bishop Bolleau died as he
various objections, he care : "Our need increases from the people of God nor been filled for some time. had lived most of the 16 yean

fully outlined nil reasons for for your cooperation In the their distance from the profane After these announcement of his Priesthood-working

the increase.To Roman curia or for your sup mankind about them but the conslstorlal advocate, for the Alaska mission, lie

those who might object port if you are outside Rome instead to demonstrate their Giovanni Torre, was. admittedto had coma here from Fairbanks

that such an Increase would and scattered about the worldin nearness, dedication and ten the hall and h* formally seeking lay volunteers

lessen the rank of Cardinalthe other concerns of ecclesiastical vlct. We certainly do not wantto requested the Pope to bestow to work ai mlssloneri In the

Pope declared: "We believe ministry. satisfy some secret egoism the pallia the sign of the Alaska area. He was stricken
that because of the representative of ours, but Indeed to make fullness of the episcopal and with a heart attack on February

character of the Role of CollegeIn our charity more evident"It union with the papacy on 23 and died before arrival -

Church whlih has lately been was clear from the Archbishop John P. Cody of at a Seattle ho pital.

assumed in a more evident several parts of his Pope's words that he was New Orleans: on Archbishop Bishop Bolleau was born

manner by the College of speech the Pope stressed the answering<< some criticism Luis Aponte Martinet of San 11 September 10, 1912, in Lo-

Cardinals, and because of the consultative role of the College among Eastern rite Catholics Juan Puerto Rico; and on '1, throp, Montana. Ha was ordained

functions of greater responsibility of Cardinals Early in which found in the naming of Archbishop Mario Caunego to the Priesthood in

in tCC'le.lasUt'llcovern. the speech he used the descriptive their patriarchs to the College of Guatemala City, Guatemala San Francisco on June U,

ment which art entrusted to phrase "this senateof some lessening of the Benedetto Cardinal AloislMatella 19411.

it, the number now reached ours" status of the patriarchs.Appointed and Paolo Cardinal Pep Pad n appointedhim

should not seem excessive to Later, speaking of increasing Marella asked for pallia for tltslar Bishop af Ausuo-

anyone. It may still be Increased the College's efficiency, toldThe two new members of the College Pope receives Cardinal BeranPope curs In !May, 194, la serve ai
further. We << Agnelo Cardinal Rossi
also believe he signified. that "more than coadjutor Bishop of FaIrbanks
that this fact will. not of Sao Paulo, Brazil, and Jean with the of succession.
adding new honors and privileges ( Paul VI present a pectoral behind the Iron curtain On the table right
lessen the honor but on the secret began Cardinal Villot of Lyons, Ills consecration took place
consistory

we will have to ask
rroaa to the hereto Josef Cardinal S ia a crystal vase etched with figure
contrary will add to the prestige for new services at t,U a m. In the \'atl France last July It.
of the Sacred College can's Conslstorial Hall and Before leaving the consistory Reran the day after the prelate of Ilohrmlan saints which the Cardinal

itself" In a parenthetical commenton ended at 10,IS a m. Immediately Pope Paul visited briefly emerged from 17 yean confinement presented to the Holy Father The Bishop was a firm be-
episcopal collegiality he with the Cardinals Hew in the tremendous possibilities
afterwards _
laid that "(even If it is intended messengerswere r In Alaska Ha once
sent to four
to entrust to the episcopate gathering said: "Alaska will have an
the exercise points to give the new Cardinals Father Patrick J. Malone
Daytona Beach of every Immense effect on the American
official news of their appointment.
which is not
faculty contrary economy. It's a wonderful
Confacf Mr. Raymond Webb 1 to the principles of order and land of promise with the

conformity on which the The secret consistory ceremony All have challenge of pioneer
OK 7-504 for ads inh/ ;. one obligation to seek countryand
united life of the Church must Is largely formal since, unity some of the most gorgeous

be based)," nevertheless Increased although the I'opt asks the scenery in the world.

membership In the Cardinals present if they ap The Florida Catholic la pleased to publish excerpts That continued with changes limn family lives; they practice .

YrVcom TrmUri College of Cardinals Is needed prose his choice of new members from the remarks of Father Patrick J. Malone of [)Land. down to the year 1M4! when" community worship of On liturgy

rWhasForth "" because of the "growing of the College, their assent The following comment are! from hit talka during the the World Council of Churches God; and some of them use

sad fa*!. Sp.daMwJat4u gravity and complexity of the is a formality rather week to Priests in conference. Father Malone was established in Amsterdam the liturgy ss we do, and WASHINGTON (NC-"Tha)
W ,1It free central government of the than a juridical approval. Because pt la: deanery In I 1M8. Its objectives have s great fondness for It, Council and the Liturgy," acommentary
of the St.
president
Church. the former prefect of were widened considerably on the Constitution
The decree also their
Htfhwty I Ormo1 |.tliPRINTING Again as if answering criticism the college of papal mastersof Augustine diocesan Apostolata 't: from the objectives of the sense of juitko and says their of the Sacred Liturgy by
the ceremonies, F.nrico Cardinal of Christian Unity. World Father Frederick
Pope stated: "Tht Missionary Conference sense of charity can be extremrly n. Me-
eves of the world may regardas Dante, was among the reason for the ecu FatherPatrick r' It Included missionary actlvitles high In most good Manus, has been published in

a vanity our decision to new Cardinals, the extra TilE nut there was a divi I Protestants and It notes anth.lr pamphlet fnrm by the publications
movement I 11
Increase the number and the omnes" or rail which clearedthe J. 'g* ..* tMalon lion set for office, National
up ecumenicalpurposes activities In the field of
teller frM and OfWCovchma based on the Scriptures. Ourlord's
hall of an but the Pope Catholic
dignity of the Cardinals who | tit establish dia education of the and Welfare Conference
Printing Co.t will surround the pontifical Cardinals and the secretaryof prayer at the Last U/y W and If young her, .rather McManus U director .
rogue
t WPW C* possible, unity, community welfare I"'Ir
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first of all for
Supper was
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throne Instead let the eyes of the Sacred College, Archbishop not only with the l'rot stanUthernaehes 'ious purls of the world and of th* secretarial, t lth
2-4214 IUMa9n.na every Catholic regard It Francesco Carplno, unity among ell the apostles. but also with (Ih.C.UIOJiU. their effmti for the promotion V S Bishops commasionon / ,

as our concern to show the was glen by Monsignor Ssl- Then lie preyed for unityamongst ,.p.._ cif ,..-.1... (he llfiirglcal/ apostolate/
those who would
various members of which store Capoferrl a papalmaster The pamphlets/ are priced at
Thai rift has eiaenllslly I.d. Uil- Tliey bad a 'largo
of ceremonies.la hear thmIn other words, meeting Tb* decree reminds as that S3 cents each and at f2t for
the visible
.... body of the Church
all Chrlstisns. ed .wa lo the present day. In New IMM In India In Ml
we m5d.bsene itrld' adher.care 100 copies! In bulk rates
GarJt .
.+ consists
hh our affection our esteem
to w hk'h invited Catholic
his address tblll., anted There was s difference b.teem they I to Ih. lrul'I.' la all matters
LLOYD COX and our venerstten. Ikatt Therefore It Is Cod's will this Greek breakawayand observers The Holy See sent of dialogue with
our

"\ thai there be Bully smosgkrlillaat. the previous ones, particularly live. oNervers to India for separated
Offtct SupptiMa Gives honor"we "The new Cardinals are. In ( Arlanum, Inasmuch ss that conference brethren Daytona Boach

21471 fact chosen from among the. We have an obligation to the Greeks did not changeany Thus thai the It urges' us to work. with Contact Mr. .y""d" W.kfc 1
wish In fact to honor most varied and remote nations we see ecu-
,III I Nor.. .*..* Street of led doctrine the them towards the achievement
in the brothers hem we ,joist of the world and they seek for unity Too Church or men Iral movement Is tlld. It of In all OR 7.S404 fef ads In this: .'...
of dcnied unity prudentways
teachings Christ They

Sacred has recognised that obliga has come dowa through She
to this College the patriarchal bring to us representation of
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and above all to
that the 1't'I" In (Home pl.r.no *
lion from the beginning renlurles. The
manLfeiUtlun
and episcopal sees, no less than four continentsand very present ubftades against the
was the head of the Churth.
the trsdiUMS, the lastrfwteM. 20 nations, some of which la the earlier centuries of of II li found In the achieving of INCOME TAX
The Chun h derided from unity
the works and the spiritual are flprri4'tW'llIe for the first the (Church there wasn't too Srrund \allcan ('uunrll.11w .
the beginning that It should Finally It reminds us that
forms whit h they M worthily tim the honor of seeing one much to be dune in the way first thing that the dome SERVICEH'.lr4.TIfftIl'
be possible to reconcile the the achievement of unity depends
per sonify of their citizens received .kato of achieving unity among sep- points out Is that there"'
Creek Church and the Roman ultimately 0 n I Ih eprayer I AitottaUt
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this elect College. scaled brethren because: art differences In the 'rules-
This, he' said was his second (''1Iu"h and they railed one tlf f of Christ which II* uttered '44 Mason ice. 7SJ42S4v
there werent too many oftll.m ant( ihurches. They are nut
re*>.a for ripaadiagmembership The Pepsi then briefly reviewed the 01.1"11. at the time, the" at the Last Supper It
really The numberswho all th. same and, w* do not
la the ('allege.Referring the variety of persons second Council of I yens In Is prayer rather than humanendeavor
e r did separate thenuvlies think of them as being all the
choen for the honor of int.' On. If Its objective was that will ultimately
to the three Fast from the Church were" rela s""m*. e. ricrvna ?Vialr
heremta; Cardifials, !beginning the recomIllation' of t the achieve unity
emeite patriarchs' who were with the patriarchs called lively small and minor Insignificance Greek Orthodoi Church. Hawever Moat of them have the feelIng In our own diocesan directives r- ........... 5w .w

--- -- -- from the veneraM and They did not dornuth they didn't succeed. for unity, they want unity on ecumenical matters It* inmuao ale

7ty! I. Tndway'sDayfons ancient Oriealal I churches harm to the overall but not all of them The council the very first thing that w* itintnusB inTV
There another council
unity.tHrlaf
which makes them illustrious was pmnta out torn bents remind do .
to to
are is
Moving 4 Storage Co. I* Ik. middle .f( the lth cc. prayIn 55,5 PIMM ace sues
S that eslst between us and the
and worthy of or brotherly the' fled thousand our own churches and our
fury, I OS, Ike. ( ouncll of r I.,. Protestants'
Agonta I ALLIED YAM LINES, INC. and special etoervanre. and years, there was sly 'IN' already own parish for unity, to
BATTO'TA I>IMD which loins them to your College serious break soty from the! Care 'M Hs chief chjerllte W* all have the IliM. TT.do pray rontmuously for the ultimate
.
ill t.. Ca.,k.u- TL Haas las .*. aMf.. .m 44a 1 r with, particular retard berth sad last was Arias Orthodas was resaloa("..rtll.It with. the Greek see notes the great Moppet sun ess of the unity MM, eW Awortooa .M
to their dignity and "'CUluClIIOIIK.1 and reverence that the Prot.nUntshurh.ageneraiIy. movement
I Ota I '.M. 't. ri '.M.
posUan. hm.Arlan. wasnt completely sue That goes hack<< of course to

lay and Sal La.* M*.or Repair New and UMO that broke. belonged to from a se th<,t rtuful but they did achieve. have for the Hihie and the the COUM..il!'I remimmendatlnn e lewhist F.dlht.e"
twsy some socceis and I'OrtlOlof fait that they rec gnif* it as or reminder that w* must d.
Lauds Church, at the Ume, Theirteachings the Wad cf Got). o tO.. l )desltys
SIEGFRIED APPLIANCES IU Greek! Orthdos Church did penrl on prayer rather than

le.:Vi o" el wales i......-oVrOf) -'. eventually, after s few buss meal *f ilipUim, These. l'r.letlasls -
172-ClOO I klocts So t4i .f Graft1 .s U.S. I I"fOUITH hue other small of |.ait Supper
Speaking of th. new Cardi. drod years, they did out end groups she hate the sarra-
led Greek Orthodos Church
Bait from behind the Iron disappeared altogether! They ment.1 baptism, whenever It In Hlunlnn""n"", im so. mocrwoooCL
have come back to union with Is
CENUtAnON JFWILWS SINCI IIII* Curtaus. the Pop said th.tUIf dofl t alit today Home down" to the present Mildly! admlaUlered rnfers Subscribo now M3S7
ii clflag Ik
grace a *
t, particular characteristic << About the early' part ., themota day
and conMnoa 111'I tbosuffering century There was a reclple. nnlHI Hnl\lUnlUnlHII
Wm. A. Ritzi & Sons Also towards the end of the
endured brie led disagreement .betweon t II. IMh century, there was s when w* are talking. about
'.q',4 Jewalve. I nee of men for the ('.''MtIC Creek Church and the Chvrrbo movement In England called there.. ProtettaiH, we are t Compare Our Restaurant Equipm.esfC

a 2.iut A ,wla.e 6ow s.c'..., 122 N. .... Sf. faith and Hs confession sup Horn The Creek emperorat the Oxford M 'lMfI' fine of talklag shawl |...o4* who. havesacram Financing and No Down Payment |
ported br a pur bte*..et>re, the time thuh Dial IK* the tug names In that ass sarWylsg. II"'. th,sagh 1M 55, e1 I... ..4 I.",. .-01 1M.. ..- .......
Wetted by MJtt paus Inth la
sam of CHrttt" be ta UmataatiAopl II resulted: In the ,.. bas.. been validly boMud., | MOTIL( CHINA AND ftUSiWAII CO .i'C \

WILSONDRY H. also noted that the honorof rather Ihsa la lUnne, bocawto Urn of some of the Asflicsa The rrunteatam d..,.* observes ...uc. weal ... w .., St. ,...-..... N.

CLEANINGand betag named a Cardinal the pubuel po""r of the iheaka members 10 union WKA |(*m.. that say lrot. *.(aalskoto

was beiag cosWerred on ffcah-, _a wwW bad shifted frofltJVorno IM that was net empletelyturr a ,................ of
LAUNDRY SERVICE to Coo.Unti t>ie .W..l .
Cl opt 01 important chnrPWI. *rth rU some kind of UM lout lisp

I tad., end c.t...,, members of tae Hoenan curia mad A meA named Itwtws of C".w.tJnopIt. was. rm down Ie Ih* present PM It make the peals<. ttat S fvlng the" Hslifat Ares with a
2 &tet/tieM who. base five the Holy &e. patriarrk day *.MA the ValtranCouncil ease lhou thy | attach
---z- Ot 7-K1I OR 7-1141 their daily" diligeat and faithful There was a dMaey' On e" Its eferf asJ > th* saw ......... to DHpiifr Service of' Highest; Qualify

n.;..a YJge 124 w. & ...1. collaboration' and to meat between him and Henoahnwt ...lives U rewMM w A.h allChnatiaM. .It tturi w* > mrsrttilsasUMy at low tat
tilt ltd H rested
Prints who hose ratnlmted primary eipectaOy will I have M N is a com
to th* (hurrh Utrowga their. la s *t4tt bHween the Greek OrtM Sea, atenwratMft thai they hove;

DAYTONA V *a1 Sa'otfr'oos theological ttwawt. aposto- which Rome ,lasted sad only("MitsiMMMpI.1.' years*, TW .. also 104 that aaa it signifies. tkatr f4k MlCfcrtot
Late s.d preaching aasl w the rootosiflsM
M of |. years. and IM there there. aa.* ..,. effort/ MS the'
After ....,ria, t..iJI.It l was a reroneMafttei' That f*. pad of the I'roleslaols U esUkUis sad M Uw nwn.elYar.The. .

FURNITURESHOWROOMS criticism sad glvlag k I s coacifejUMi lasted e..iy a h( spicy. a the decree pcYile seal : bcrt'1ntuttfj: { ; ] L.F.O.

major ,...... for lawreaUagU O while sad thra thr WMaa all tam L aProOstaflis .d thusge siaulJ
la the beginning W this re* J in ..a*,t4-tlkttrfa4
,_ '
cotkge the Pp* 1e4- thr itt sad &MI' '" a fUlJUAL HOME
twy. UM worM kUoaMarjrConfertare M Christ; Uwlttrfc grace
H that aVmawIt
two great few more years. there was a
was xtabilikidKAsvawrgti m they ha*. .tas 9opepl.
.
u... s. May eB for aa lafltoUagof further rocoortlutjaa.Tsal .
9-tf'J ,,.:; the tkartty of the. Chortfc. !lte aftolS. far tapwrpn wtorti I sn.ntiM>.. ......,.
reeoorOJaUM .lasted ,* of sHMrvsH MMtySIMfl IM fn mat um ".... .. PfMte 677.9)00) 1520 Ridg.wood
Robert L V/rvi, Pr*.. These are. tit said. s KXreiti fr abed IJ* years. bet All ( the VSTMHt* Pr.t*. weed of O..4 ...... they ,,1oP.

,4e: ON H'1'"-ey 12Sla.eee '..i i <*x tuiioa at she /r... If of 11I#,......., about. the taut .Man. fan and sv) ,loe tee j ri\a.. I leaver they, pes'. Holt HIlt

Opp.a... Twa++.i s.u"'t re' j. '. .r n> and de'ef*. m A4\ W |a. lUll n..." prom,' n"< ',-ar aai. '/ ,.'e (*..t '.' ",n ofl th* M bleItfi

of tM ) a" ( .' a-.tMntj and there was s serious rift ails ia a.i: frt cf u. w t to' \t ,e IfA i afar<, ,.



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Mass begins with the "Introiboad the day before and those of the the implementation of the Constitution 1<;..,'!." .
altare Dei the spiritual West and Southwest Coast deaneries on the Sacred Liturgy which "
movement toward the altar of the the day after-form the congregation IB to be observed everywhere, be. .tII
Sacrifice and the inner depositions at the Mass which ginning on the First Sunday of
which inspire It. Here the Priest opened their conference. At these Lent, March 7, 19M.

of the Central Deanery-ai thoseof conferences, the parish Priests of + 1h ir I
st. Augustine deanery had done the Diocese gave further study to ... 1.i i

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spirit of good will that the girl! ,' Moore High School building Gimeno, Father David P. Page,
Priests enjoy in the company of Father Hubert J. Reason Monsignor Irvine Nugent, Father
other Priests has been captured in (back to camera) ia f the anecdotistand John B. OHare, Father James
II r1 this picture taken Tuesday of last his listenen are, from the left hogs O.S.B., Father Dominik Gul-
I week on the steps. of Bishop Moore Father Daniel Sloan 1C, Father lay, Father James F, Herhhy, Father .
High School, just before the Central John J. Rodgers, Father Keith Sy- Patrick J. Malone, Father
4ht I Deanery conference was held mona Father Cyril Kennedy William G. Corry and Father
1 t In Orlando In the background are C.PP.S., Father Antonio Pons, Father Albert Le Mieux.
i St Charles School buildings and Neil A. Sager, Father FabianEpistle
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Procession of eel'b rant info church J jt ilt I ,

The Entrance Rite of Mass, 1sseen Bill Keegan and Jerry Kluft, altar was! a'nglng'! the processional hymnas i. r+ ,t1 _
here, at St Charles' Church in boys, going: to the altar from outside the Priest entered for the Mass, :
I Orlando. Father. James F Gloekler, of the sanctuary. At the )lectern first event on the program Tuesday -
vested for Mass, is preceded by Js the commentator, Col. of last week at the clergy conference .
Michael Luborynski, crosabearer; James Murray. The congregation in the Central Deanery.

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Begins March 7

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Pope asks for .


attention/ // to

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new liturgyVATICAN
at Mass

CITY (NC) -
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r *rTraasasw Pope Paul VI hu recommended Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley. held. a regional conference on liturgy the diocesan Liturgical Commission
to Lenten preachers was seated in the sanctuary during and ecumenism. This view -at the ambo to read the
and pastors of Rome the Mass last week' at St. Charles shows the celebrant Father JamesF Epistle, Gradual and Gospel I

that they give special at. Church, Orlando, when Priests Gloeklcr-who is president of
tention to explaining and
rI' carrying out the new liturgical of prayers which are both respectable
norms \ and dear to manyof 4
the faithful, he added that
Speaking to hundred. ef
it meant disturbing
pious
Roman preachers and r
pastors
and good faithful (persons by ,
gathered In the Sistine Chapel
APrayers proposing to them new formaof
on March! 1. the Pop acknowledged ,
pra>er which they will not
: that application understand immediately. "
of the new liturgical changes
before Introit of Mass
"/it not easy." lie laid it rr But the Pope, added It Is a
quires their pmnnal( pa. necessary matter, 'a matter
Congregational singing! !is, mandatory the new. liturgy effective the First Sun pent loving and truly pas .t duly, presidential and a
at all principal Masses! it was day of I-ent This lew show the celebrant toral assistante," task .1( renewal which we alt.
I emphasized last w when' Priests of saying MaRt facing the congregation Noting that it Is a matter hop will be cn soling far3es" LI
the Diocese met for further study of e.f changing many old habits
........"' '. .',,. NiMiWY.4.. a e m '"'w+'L .110 _. ,._. ... -. ........
H. laid preachers will find
their reward for this effort
w when they really experience( IfI
the words of psalm 132 "p..-
hold how good it is. and how
pleasant where brtthrto
dwell ai on'."'
At the same time the Pop
mad it clear that preachers
thrmseltet must "b* per'
auaded that it Is a question of
a great event and that highest I
Ideals are at stake and that
divine truth ten divine ralities *-
com Into plav in the

BW liturgical renewal ... ,ly lyw :
It will\ take is years but ttIs ,. I
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necessary t. begin. I. relight ..
and I* pmettre' If w* v
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wish" I. succeed I. fit lug .... ..
afalst I. the sssemblv' .( Ih* :
peeps* II CM Ih* litirgv
serious. .atnlm.... sweet

and ssbllm elc .h.* said. L -" _

Last week's Mass for conference in Th. Pop also urged pastors -
clergy Tampa to be faithful: to their '
priestly vocation and ministry 'The Body of Christ, Priest says
After the Mass above celebratedby deaneries He spoke of the changes participation of the people' In congregational ,

Father James P Clnekler at in the Mass he had ju.t celebrated : singing which ia expected In giving Holy Communion since tuned here la th* comauaxm' of the
Tampa Catholic High School he and gate the Priests their directives at all principal Mattes ia H. to encouraged the them resew.tgoing to be l the renewal. of Use uturg),. th* cl- people' at the UM offerH on Tuesday
was presented by Monsignor JamesJ from the dux-man Liturgical the future. open on within spiritual the Church beast MVS "The &xh of Chrint:. and of tart wei by Father James F
Mullins V..' to the Frusta of Commission vthhh he heads Par- but to h* aware of the de- the commune ant answers Amrn and Glneklrr '"r the clergy corf rence of
the Southwest and \\ist (;ua.il titular emphasis la \'Uccd on acme minds of obedient then receiver the Sacred list Pic the CentralElJht Deanery:




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in Texas I\9ne The Florida Calhollel"rldar, March 5, IDAS

CORPtS CHRISTI (NC) -
Bishop Mariano S. Garriga,
78, who as a young Priest
rode horseback along the mis.
lion trails of Texas and New ,
Mexico, was burled in a cryptof 1t ,' Nw Sy I I''

Corpus Christ cathedral
bere.
The much beloved spiritual
leader of more than half a
million Catholics in southern I 1 r ..1i

Texas was paid final tributeon
February 25 at a Solemn
Pontifical Requiem Mass of.
1
fered by auxiliary Bishop

Adolph Marx of Corpus Chris- 1i rI
U in the cathedral."lIe : i t r4
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always was an ex )
ample of kindliness and humility
and priestly devotion," \

Archbishop Robert E. Lucey I
of San Antonio, said in trib

ute. The Archbishop recalled 1.. M iltc '.,
a L. .
that Bishop Garriga was the 1
first native.born Texan to become '
:
a Catholic Bishop lie
said the Bishop's death wasa ,
"great loss to the Catholic
Church and to Texas."

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ORLANDO '.. 'dls + wleA

WINTER PARK : 1 t'a' d".dtlh.v. gone into the photo Is e view! of the work' underwey boini) oitondod. The Domotro

___ preparation of this work, and with, the Eichenge Bank Brothers of Orlando are tuny
Contact Mr. Thomas" W.lth t r the Cathedrel KM had the bno- Building of St. Augustine In the Inq out to remodel the
MI 4.3949 for local ads in Fit of the best architectural ...beckgreund; \ the center photo ancient educe.
this area. minds In the country. Th. monumental i is a portion of the sanctuary
task of beautificetienf
? I1 'L the Cathedral's Interior and ORLANDOWINTER
rh setting I it port of tKo Church'iOvadrlconHnmal Dominicans
Herman J. Ha'drlcHIt PARKContact
programmarking HOMKC( )-Father Anlceto -
Sent Work on the Cathedral of St. AugustineWorkmen the 400th anniversary Fernandez 01'., master Mr.Thomas Welsh, "
e..e.a eN ....- f city 'nd pariah this Year
., ...... sue ... "........ Shown in lower' photo are col. general of the Dominican order MI 4-1949 for local ads In
Pisan ..U. sauce with, a drjgtin. ..recl..rill9 Auguttine. Remodeling. elli for church, makmf the sanctuary Blotted Sacrament chapel limns in the old sanctuary of tKo will Hy to the United this are*.
the area (upper left) en addition to the rear ef th. larger end providing for the Year *f planning-actually Cathedral; in the upper right States on March 5 for meetings

I I bed of the Cathedral of St. r.,,... varvo 1 .. '.... Kr ..'.1********* "\. '" with the American Dominican
superiors in Wash.
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MOVE TO A The meetings, having<< to LARGEST, WT Wi TRY
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"'it* Episcopal croup In interracial h erwu and the liturgy, will he attended TO BE THE FRIENDUUT
letter Perking Fecilitiei work awarded a citation to by the provincials of
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Ten The Florida I Catholic, Friday( March 5, 1965



Fr. Charles Spellman '.J'. \. It... Clergy stresses Mass,,

." II
.' "
paid final tribute Christian unity goals :


IC........ tnm fi. .... Numbers of other diocesan K FA al (C......... tt.m ,.,. ...> it Isn't the fault of the doctrine .

man family were the following pastors and assistants were in the 1930s, the Archbishopdrew The doctrine, said the

Protestant pastors: at the funeral, including some a lesson on Christian Archbishop, is luminous, at

The Rev. Charles William former pastors of Rockledge, unity aims. lie Mid he was tractive, eloquent.

Pfeiffer pastor emeritus of some Priests who were in the l,..... It '" proud of having been associated Make people who know not
Riverside PresbyterianChurch seminary at the same timeas y +s s with the late Cardinal Christ your mission, he urged

: the Rev Frank M. Father Spellman, and Re- OF p r + r i Mooney at the time that the the Priests, adding People

Butler, rector of St. David demptorlst neighbors( from Church was able to bring are looking for the answer to

by4heSea Episcopal Church; New Smyrna Beach. back into communion the why they are here The Catholic

the Rev. George C. Serbe, At the recessional the Syro-Malankara Rite in south Church has that answer.

pastor of the Lutheran Churchof school children lined the east India.

the Resurrection; and the driveways as a guard of hon. He assisted at the first Mass

Rev. Jack Downey of the h which the late ArchbishopMar Singing is
First Methodist Church all or.The body was taken to I Ir Iy Ivanios of Trivandrum

of Cocoa Beach. Woodlawn Cemetery in Orlando celebrated in the papal dele emphasizedin

Also, the Rev. Thomas S. for burial in the family gation chapel at Bangalore in

Shields of Palm Chapel of the India, and he knew him later liturgy

Assembly of God Cape Ca. plot.The final absolution at the on lie gave credit to the mod.

naveral: Chaplain G Hank grave was given by Monsig ern confessors of the Faith ((..11...4 fr.m pal. ...)
Bause of Patrick Air Force nor Fsrrelly, assisted by who were responsible for
anted to the Priests was with
Base the Rev. LeRoy P. Prints of the area who took Y bringing back Archbishop reference to High Masl.l.The .
Gwaltney, pastor of Trinity their tarns sprinkling holy Ivanios another Bishop
Presbyterian Church, and the water on the remains. their Priests and a number of Commission has selected -

Rev, Franklin P Smith, First their faithful at that time. a few parishes in the DI.

Methodist Church, both of The weather on the day of He said that it was largelythe ocese where they are especially

Satellite Beach. the funeral was balmy and Cocoa Beach funeral recessionalThe saintly good example of well equipped, musical.

Among the other Priests of filled with sunshine It was a Swiss Carmelite Archbishop ly, to begin High; Masses in

the Diocese of St. Augustinewho well hearse after left noon the highway when the to Church of Our Saviour In tor who built the church and its with the body present The burial Benzmger, and Cardinal English. In the sense of the
paid a farewell tributeto Mooney, a man of profound music, this will be on an experimental
Cape Kennedy for the westward Cocoa Beach above wax the scene adjoining school Pictured Is the followed in Orlando at Woodlawn
Father Spellman were Interior piety, that influenced level Fa her
last of the funeral for Fa- recessional it left the church
homeward trip to Orlando Monday just as Cemetery
Monsignor Irvine Nugent the followers of Ivanios to return Gloekler said because the
chancellor; Monsignor Father Spellman's ther Charles W. Spellman, the pas. after the solemn Requiem Mass to the communion with Commission is not completely

Patrick E Nolan of Jacksonville native city. the Catholic Church. satisfied as yet with any of


Thomas, dean Deanery A. Colreavy of the; St Monsignor of Augustine Clearwater A Priest's life 'I! will be spent' for soulsThe Archbishop to The be lesson foci, for of there attraction all,Priests said the to I I. the in As the compositions.a general:parishes rule, when however High

Monsignor: Patrick J. Masses are scheduled, they
those who seek Christ but
Donohoe of St Petersburg Florida Catholic is pleased to publish the follow anything he did. It was done he knew he was very well fitting when I think of him. have not had the particular will be celebrated in Latin.

Monsignor Mark J McLough1m ing excerpts from the funeral oration given by Monsignor with the utmost energy enthusiasm prepared The tens of thousands of blessings which hate been Father dlorklrr complimented

of Tampa. George W, Cummings of Venice in tribute to the and perfection.The Whilst it Is a tremendous parishioners that have been theirs the Priests en the

Trainer Also Monsignor of St. Petersburg Patrick J. late Father Charles W. Spellman pastor of Our Saviour's, work that he gave in loss to you and to us, I know under his care in his 21 yearsin way they prepared for the
that take deal the Priesthood will Turning to the Confraternity -
can a great long
this of God's you
Beach Cocoa Beach who died dur portion vineyard channel/: In the liturgy last
Monsignor Charles A. disappointed and discouraged, does not stop at this moment. of comfort from the fact that remember him for the fine of Christian Doctrine program November and for the way

Bartok of Orlando Monsignor ing the past week as each human being does, The work that he put into jour brother was held in the example he gave lie will not the Archbishop said they hate carried them out
John P. Burns, pastor of the "I will spend and be spent but his dedication was always these institutions (tat Rock highest esteem by his fellow soon be forgotten that if we wore not succeeding with such uniformity.

Cathedral of St. Augustine; myself for your souls" there to lift him up. When ledge and Cocoa Beach) con. Priests May God grant him eternal as well as we should in

Monsignor Terence J, Farrel. think these words perhaps cares or burdens weighed him tinues in the lives of these St. Paul's words, "I will rest and let perpetual light telling the Gospel to those outside The Priests have worked,

Mortimer ly of Orlando Danaher, Monsignor of Jacksonville I summarize and epitomizethe down his duty still pulled children and of you, my dear spend and be spent" are sn shine upon him. of the Catholic Church, hard he said to present the
liturgy well in their parishes
him. people.
Monsignor James J. life of Father Spellman. and be enthusiastic
tht'y1'111
Heslin of Jacksonville Beach His life was spent, for your Ills marvelous work among There Is so much more Pope Paul leads ceremonies as of March 7, in carrying on
and Monsignor John F. Wellsof souls and no effort, no task the Confraternity of Christian that could be said about your the high degree of uniformityin
was too great for him. pastor and my friend When
Winter Park. Doctrine is known far
the Diocese in the
The call came that brought( and wide lie has been an exemplar death comes, It Is never easy. investing 26 new CardinalsAfter tion of the liturgy The execu enthusiasm

him here to you in Brevard for sn many of us In But it Is particularly over of the people will

LAKE WALES County several years ago. lie this and In his other priestly whelming when it comes If..sI."i l from Ml* ...' each pronounced the turned to his throne for the follow, he said as a result of
came at the beginning of the work quickly and suddenly and Latin and Maximos: Cardinal "
Latin word meaning I prom- ceremony of the presentationof such leadership
And would that I without expectation It did .
as
space age. ) Saigh chanted the same Gospel "
lie, the Pope then proclaim the rings and bircttas. It was noted that the dine
Feb. 28 thru Apr. 18 could tell you all the things As you know he was, you in this case.Perhaps in Greek
that are in my heart. But you might( say, the acme of per God, who knows ed them Cardinals. Only one of the new princesof esan Liturgical Commission

BLACK HILLS here know him even better fection. Everything had to be each: of us so much better than After n series of Prayers Except; for the Eastern rite the Church, the Spanish recommends that every par
Just There sloven- know of the Faithful Pope l'aulllC'o Bishop of Malaga, was not lab have a director for congregational
perhaps than I do, even so. was no any of us ourselves, prelates all the new Cardinals
I I though he has been my close ness, no carelessness about took Father Spellman when gan the public rrrrmony of were then assigned a present at the ceremony in singing Singingis
a 1 1I friend for over 25 yean. the creation of Cardinals titular church In (Home. Thoseof which the Cardinals concelebrated mandatory at every Mass

mi*; .Mtt .M iff siat You too know of his deep Dean of Cardinals be the Eastern rites retain Mass with the Pope where there Is a reasonable
to ]Designating the new Cardinals and receded the symbols of number of people in attendance
dedication to his marvel. their own titles as a sign of
you; gathered at the base of
their office from him. Angel!: For active participation
his calmness their rank. At the end of this
out gentility the steps as his cooperatorsand Cardinal Ilerrera y Oria remained of the people at Mass, It
his Oh he became elected Paul rules Cardinal Saigh as
patience. Pope ceremony
yes advisors, the Pope asked In Spain to receive Is the wish of the Church that
provoked frustrated the first of the new Cardinals,
each of them to renew their the red biretta from the they take part In congregational
VATICAN flTN( ( )-For the second time withina act of faith, which they did read a brief speech in trench Spanish chief of state, according singing, the diocesan
Cardinal BeaPHILADELPHIA "week Pope Paul VI has burned a decree changing the by reciting the Apostles of homage to the Pope. to custom Commission stresses

of 150 Person* I INC) structure of the College of Cardinals. Creed At this point rope Paul

Augustin Cardinal Bea will The latent document establishes a law by which the Then one by one. the new read a brief homily on the

come here by plane to acceptthe dean and subdean of the college" will be elected rather Cardinals ascended to the significance of the ceremonies Coming eventsiM
National Commission Pope's throne, of the day. He began in
Fellowship than succeed to the
award at dinner pent nal :Manella, ilinrppr Cardinal When Josyl Cardinal Slipy] Latin then spoke in Italian, ... I
a on seniority ......iM MM. f.tui. l.n ri(.. n> rtil "eel"', 1ft' ?
I April 29.D.an rrrrrlto and I'lemrnte of Lvov, USSR., and Josef French English, German and ,.f man shag tactl I..r.e\ A4..oc. ........ .rf ,.|,il., *..tI..MIII
Jefferson B. Ford The decree was a motu ['lrdlnallIrara.: Cardinal Reran of Prague, Spanish t* _..te4.

? ham commission president proprlo-a document Issuedon Czechoslovakia both of The Pope Mid the raising Day of recollection.' March Trinity perish, Jacksonville
law
By the
previous senior
ll.lyW k NIGHTLY i #;M said the year-old Cardinal a Pope's own initiative Cardinal whom had been Imprisonedand of these men to the Cardinal. 7, 2 to S p m., Orlando Air fried chicken dinner 12 to I
jtAIf BK iCMDAY it IM: 'tM> who heads the Vatican Secre dated February 24 and made his Bishop by virtue of exiled for their faithpromised ate associated them "with our Force Base chapel, Father
tenure in the
public two days later. It Is college became .
tariate for Promoting Christian perpetual faithfulness authority with our right and Larkin Elliot S J., retreat pm.DCCW *
and the 3
entitled "Sacro Cardinahum dean next in and obedience to the convection. May .
Unity is being honored duty of the master.
guiding entire
for his "enormous contributions Conslllo" (tin the Sacred Sen line became subdran. The successors of l t. Peter, few Chunh Authority, Is the first R mda Inn. Cocoa Beach
ate of Cardinals). present decree provides that of the :: Mission for men starting
as an inspirer and lead approximately 20,000 and authentic characteristicof K of C sUte comcnti"i,
both the dean and the March 7 Maw
sub each
er" of the Second Vatican Altering the norms of persons In the basilica! were the gesture we have morning May 1M. Voyager Mote
dean will be elected by the at 7 and I <*, devotions
Council whirh is "the most canon 237 of the code of canon not aware of how well they made," In addition to authority ctemng Daytona' Beach.
other Bishops who hold title at 7 30 St. James .
significant( Interreligious development law it provides that the dran to suburbicarlan had kept this promise in the he said the new rank confers parish Retreat for women, June
"and Orlando
sees ,
,\\ UWIIEiIlBJ of the 20th cen and subdean must be electedby by them alone" The -names past. dignity dignity which 11 to IS Academy of holy!

tury" and from among the Cardinal will then be submitted to the is demanded by authority and Day of rrooUrctxw, March Names, Tampa
Bishops of the Sacred authority which is supportedby ti, tam. to 2 31 p.m", St.
College who hold title to Pope who alone can approvethe Deanery boards dignIty. Paul parish. Daytona Beach Indication of fewer IngCrmi
election. !September I, Mitilos
suburbicarlan sees. Thest
1I. are dioceses I neighboring The previous decree made plan area DCCW Lastly the Pope said the Day of recollection March .Nombre: de Uses, St. Avgss-
10, 16 a to 3
Rome which as Pope Paul Eastern-rite patriarchs Cardi ceremony is characterized by m. pm., Churchof tine

..... .... said In the decree nal Bishops within the SacredCollege. responsibility. the Transfiguration. St Petersburg .
can P. previous on spring meotings Father Larson Elliot .
I ::: ,
Culture
I fk r U ,he loilk the college, "have always "There does not exIst t I I. the S J.. retreat IDA...... center
r ipprwlitft your patronac been conjoined in a special However the Peanrry board meetings
present dcl'u.nll'nl Church as authority thai Is
rr'. rtiivtrr rn wit have been held Forty Hours Devotion fU\RW.\nn: Father:
with the city of Home throughout ,
way excludes them from not service :.N. service riUli
Mr IM a.li..1 tar a.ese y Huntington Bldg. Miami our episcopal See and withit bring chosen IIr from taking the Diocese and plans are that does not entail March 14. 12 11 pm., to Bernard F DiMman, pm:
bring made for the rripon- March 16 7 30 pm. St. Paul dent of Clearwater Central
In some way have become part In Ihe flections. deanery ..It.lllly.tU do .r know It
Catholic
; Church High School, Is
a unit" meetings of the Diocesan Daytona Beach.Spring ,
INSURANCE.. When the post of dean or Council! of Catholic: Women. we ire responsible brfaretied deanery. pleased to announce that a
The Bishops of these dioceses and (hrIM, hence come meeting of ground
Fire Auto LiU .Home or Butintti always became Car. subdean becomes ,vacant thfdf''rre The board of directors of the mandate md the apt Gust DrMwry. of the breakmg ceremonywin
pourrf be heM at 3 Sunday
specifies that the pm. on
HENRI A. MONTEAU dinal Bishops in the stricture the Southwest Coast Deanery ear mandate" I>CcW, March >I. st. I*> Cel
senior Cardinal Bishop will of the DCCW was held March 14, for a new
recently leg, San
AnteMo.
'I. omen's
.
MORELAND OLIVER ONTEAU of the College of Cardinals. .
INC. cultural
center be
preside at the election of to constructed
a at St. Martha
... parish Before the lie Misa Est Club, hott",".
There
3) Wtit. Union are seven such dioreses
rn Building dean, and the dean at that of halt Sarasota. on the high, school
Phone 229-1W but six suburb- was Intoned Pope Paul re Bazaar, May 2
T.mp., Florid only a subdean The deanery president Blessed grounds this )*ar.
irarian Bishops since the Car.
The decree further underlines Mrs Charles I Orkelmann. J : .
dmal dean always holds title J Jr \ '
Lubfie f.d Your Windows Lately the fact that because of conducted the meeting and 1 I,
to the diocese of Ostia besideshis r i
Use "L.C.W" Aluminum 1 own. the new structure, the sub was assisted by other offl- !

cant, the proven easy way to LubrlII. I dran will be "solely a substitute errs: Mrs Furman Medlin. I

Qtn, ; V.lv.ty Smooth In addition t. the present for the dean, not his vk-rpresident.; Mrs Max l' '

ep.r.ting Windows, Doors, Locks! dean Eugene: Cardinal Title successor" (unless, of course, Render, recording secretary, : I
Fuhma Tackle, Guru, Folding Furni. rait, the suburblrarUn he Is elected ss such), and Mrs. John Parker, treas

turt, Tools, Zipper, Etc. Bishops are Giuseppe Cardi The duties of the two offices urer.
Available in Squirt Cans Aerosols nall'lnlrdo. Amlrtn. Cardinal remain unchanged, the Plans were completed for
Quarts Gallons at mod Builder ricognanl, Rrnedrtle Cardi- decree states the spring meeting of the
Supply, Paint and Hardware Stores .0,;., deanery at the Bradenton
Mfrd. by Eug,n. Dorniih & Son, Country Club on March 17. r

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Auditorium, at St Vincent Teachers
HUGH INC.Jfrr R.vd R.tv.of Direct c.,. school of nursing, Jackson. to assemble at St. JamesMarv
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Mile, with Mrs. A. A. Reyes
Our Lady of Florid Retreat House .<<'IIII\C. Teacher in the Orlando arm haw ; D man S S T jj; wcesan srw: .

MTRICK TWO* P&KJIII itxx-K MOD m I Th. sprint; deanery mrrt- eagerly art to work to prepare for thetNthfn' visor from the department of std iii.

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