The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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Catholic I called urgent need of us.t a In m Sunday Westioa TheFarramen<*

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TAMPA-When we rain eons or more filled' the par possible for the Catholic: time by the' ,\rthbl hnp coned obedience: of growing undisclplme of
chooli to God for the pur lab church to capacity for home to function in an even t II underline. the. HIII(""'' of the brutality and will offer F
VOL. XXVI. No. 21 Orlando Florida, Friday March tS, 1963 104I pose of the education four this important occasion in better way in this complexage. total commitment to Catholic! crime of many young people. 8tutf'ht! C,

children, we are doinga the lift of Epiphany pariah The Catholic: school hat education. We read a good deal. about Before M.

food work, Archbishop) Father Philip A. Burdock a long and noble record. The Catholic: school which homes that become broken theisnaitot'
Joseph' P. Hurley told the C.SSR. pastor celebrated Catholic: education It a guar begin in our country n a home from which discipline thF therm l
Paul ante of freedom, the brat t has fled homes which no Father
Pope changes congregation at the dedication the Mass after the 1115am assurance that schools will great element of national life longer perform! the function 5
Jut Sunday of the new dedication en March not (o monolithic: with the Councils ef Baltimore that God has given to them will m dpr
has served every DI.oc. lion by C
I School of the 2L
Epiphany cf Dedication .f f the third elementary ... In every epoch of the At a time like this, during Wednesday
Our Lord In Tampa. The Catholic: school, laid Cithtllc construe country'i history. failure of so many parents' The pens
Mass of
Holy Oils An estimated 700 per Archbishop Hurley, makes it lion In Tampa la n ",..k'. Wt read of growing din.r and so many homes, It i is avery Honorable
...- --- .. good thing that w. have Mil, Ju tic
a school that can short up ot Florida
VATICAN CITV (NC _. Paul VI has some of the damage The loge F.S.U
) Pope approvednew changes are in the Mass of w work of the Church I Is to
changes In the liturgy for Holy Week' Including the the Chrism the Holy Thursday maintain great Christian '' ': i Sot of physi
Introduction of concelebration) of the Mtsa on Holy Thursday morning<< Mass celebratedby !tom... Dr. Robes
and revUiona in the prayers for other Christians, the Bishop in hit cathedral 1A F.S.U a..I'
surrounded by his Priests, In The Archbishop concluded claesicsl: an
Jewa and other non-Chr'ietlana in the solemn)
prayers which the holy oils are by saying that It should be of florida /
Good Friday blessed.' the proudest. bout that we .ity.
The Good Friday changes were made to remove "every Catholics have that wt save
atone which constitute The new' rite for this meriting Catholic
might however remotely a our schools
Mass-which U distinct
aiumoiing block or a cause St Pc
of diBcomfort"The for the "perfidii ludaeii" from the Mull the Urd's Among the dignitaries welcomed
which was generally' tram- Supper tn Holy Thursday by Father Bardeck Ceniul M
new pra)era eliminate 1 1I 1N and to the .47.08 5"4+
lated' "the perfidioui Je'u. evening-simplifies the bleis- h parishioners Epiphany
such references at "heretici In 1M the Holy See luggest-. "bid ef the. ells and gives new r School dedication were th,
and tchUrnatici" and "infi- ed' that this should be translated emphasis to the comment* Monsignor Mark J. McLough-
deli" and "pagani" The former as "unbelieving"'! or lion ef the Institution ef the tin. Father' Larlon J. Elliot
prayer for the "Unity of "disbelieving" instead of per Prieithood. 1,4 'rh 1 I Ir S.J.. Father! Richard 0 Hart ?ram
the Church" la now to be fidious. nett SJ. Father FrancliRrou
called for of The Holy Set restored the" L E f
the "unity Chnatlani The second' chance was In 5 J. and the clergy who
," and asks God'a help 1955. when the Holy See' restored ancient Chrism Mass only in insisted the Archbishop They
for ".11 brothers who belieein the ancient of 1955 and selected new epistle r r M.
practice and gospel texts for it at that l'Pr.Flth"
Chriit" The formerly
prayer kneeling after the' deacon's James F. (Oloekltr
entitled' "For the Con- time Then texts which both CAL
call to pray for the Jews- and Father George Fell
version of the Jews" li now since the middle ages the mentioned' anointing with ell, (c SS R., chsplalnt to the
limply "For the Jews" have been superseded by new ,,
only one of the nine prayers) \rchblnhop. and Father WO.llam
while the one formerly "For for which there' was no call texts which play up the O'Meara CSSR, mac
the Conversion of Unbeliev-' priestly m I I. 110.I Other
to kneel Then in 1959, short fee of ceremoniesThe .
changes were made hi the Tst
u. has been changed to
ly after he came to office ceremonies were attended >
"For those who do not jet John Offertory and Communion
Pope XXIII ordered the by the representative
anthems.The .
believe in Christ" elimination of the word "per- of the following congregations C OT
new changes were revealed
The change la the prayer fldii" or "unbelieving" in the by Father Annibale, of Sitters: The School Sisters

(for the Jew lia !people li the prayer for the Jewi. Bugmnl! C.M.. secretary of _( i I of Notre Dame, the Sitters of +
fourth provided f.r by the With the new version, ref the pontconciliar liturgy commission ny t the Holy Names, the Saletlait
Holy See .In leu than 1 tee decadet. erencei to the "darkness"and m an article in the y N Staten, the Sitters of St. Joieph -
"blindness" are also s I II and the Slstere ef St.Oomlnlc. .
pressed.The. iup- March 19 Issue of L'O...".- 1 ,
tort Romano, the'IIk'1ft
Originally the prayer ass most exttnsitt of the /
City dally Father Bugnlnl III The choir sang under the
effect was commenting on I t direction of Mrs. R. Richardson. r r ""ts

revisions contained' In a pamphlet ,, Fourth Degree Knightsof
Diocesan Priest earns entitled "Variations te Columbus acted at guardof

be made in the Holy "'Hie.rdln.1. Blessing of Epiphany of Our Lord School, Tampa honor for the Archbishop
doctorate (fA ef the
in chemistryTAMPA This document, prepared' by Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley Philip A.. Bardeck CRSR. and coke at the Maaa celebrated by Fplphany description of' Our Lord School new

the liturgy commission and dedicated' the new School of the other members of the clergy Father Barderk In the young par In Tampa till been provided

Tampa Catholic: High Schooli present. approved, by the, Pope,. It Epiphany' of Our Lord Sunday joined pariahlonern In prayeri that lah'i provisional church. bY the architect Cesar P. tpnAOE C3U
Monsignor John F. Scully haa reported( that one of the being published under. the morntnjr' March 21, In'Tampa, tIM school] would }hive, the special Alfonso. Its/ published the

members. of the achool'a faculty recently received' hia auspices Rites,of of the,which Congregationof Father while the pastor, at right Father. Weaning of Rod. Th. Archbishop back page._Ed.)

doctoral degree MW: page five c
Father John D. Mahony was awarded a Ph D. In chemuuy Hn
_to ,,,""""",,,,
this January. by the Ituveraity of California at

Berkeley.He' teaches' chemistry and Young parish dedicatesnew Two to bocomo School addition Tampa __j flavorrwith

Catholic Junior religion High School at Tampa Incarnation School Priosts in April test..pp: <
rather blessed St. Lawrence
1 C'\: at too, 'ctuie h
Father Mahay's field .f fspeclalliatlcn s I tt.( fin. SvnJ.vf
J.hl D. TAMPA-In one week'a time, two new schools and an low Sunday, In vfl/ ,
<< Is .I a r .1. addition< to a third were dedicated' In Tampa.. Archbishop .ftlf f Eahr. fad .* AxJ( J> TAMI'ATeatimony of the greatnen.. of the Church with the help of Canal to eon- proteinsItnt'i
chemistry and. la particular, blhe.y" tltis Y"'. The .lIftu.1 c.sbre. in America U the wonderful between therrl"t tines to. bring more and more
Joseph( P. Hurley who blessed! all three was In Father toOllf'ratinn|
nclear reactions.He .hen .f pilc,';"' ,,,, t. Am.,. children of Tampa under the mtitleffeoni ,
B and. hit In Ft. !lAW.
Patrick A, O'SuIliran'a pariah of the Incarnation on leis Oldest Misies" ." lea Ilf'Orl.dr.mallaflll| once again benign Influence of Christ and
has tiplalned Ms research March 15 to bleea. tilt Initial unit of Incarnation ftrhont, Sunday fit( year wil (f...."'. rrnce pariah' Tampa, on March 17, the feast of 8t Pat the Prlits In the bliss and
as follows 1 the four claMrooma.. ) newly constructed' for the school the .rdii; .(>.n .f f f... aanina' < rick At P o'clock! that morning, Archbishop Joseph P.Hurley under Mary's Influence by far tomi i iSI
"My research wa done under of California The work was which entered the ranks of rime t. the. "riti K..J for the. blessed!' the new. addition of four claMrooma to the presence. of the Sitters Petersbur,
Professor Samuel S. primarily concerned' with thedevelopment Catholic elementary. schools Inclination School building DI.CM *f St. AMfuttin" Arckb.ikp < fit. Lawrence I Grade; School.Arrdblihop those blessed women. who are Cliarwa
Markowtu at the LawrenceRadiation a promising beginning. at he Jtp. < P. HufUy win ,
of method tl Vhl"l tnt provisional churn\ of Tampa m)
a of the Mary.
\ \ Laboratory which lilt September, blessed .It. and asked Cod'ableiiing *rd/.>w eland .M..,cel l Jwfit Hurley ronfrat and the school and now, the company
U attached to the t'nirerirty FR. MUIONT t Ml ala* The Archbishop called the on the tearhert and and WB,."m L St.IoIer. both .f( stated all who helped to build! addition. to the school. Father Tetrher .f f the laity she Bradentonhave
the children th* I<'hMllfn" ., whom ate presently c""pr.'i"9 the latest t eitenilon to the l J.aIIf..IIf'e'. ; Higgins is pallor cooperated! I I' mils" St.
II H* congratulated the people the t ;, Itvc.t/ /; St. M.ry Se"minry SCMlol Fint of all, h* ton. of St Lawrvnct, Lawrence. School great already "
unmg them that If we In l.dimof, M.ryI/lef iratulated the God} given else received. felicitation
hiv. serenity and whatanrneneis *- The .r*/inctiii .Maw. .;iN) .b. eel.lsh < Prints who put their shout The Archbishop ei|>reiiedconfralulatlons *. /
la our ,families. the \ ..*4 .t 10 a m. *t the. Ml '*. der to the wheel with the po to the parents
aifmn and this Church!! of ours Ii.* If N,mbr* 4/* DIM lo St. pl. of th. perish and In turn and all members ef th* parish Having blessed the aew
-Dili Initniment of Cod'i AYgwline" a short limwith the growth who have mad this bulMirgprogram eliiironmi, the Archbishop
.9t IIf f this area of Tampa pro- poiiiM, pledging.th.r 5(11001.> back page
t IIlutltlft art iaf'*. __" tn" ,n,,,,n n'"
1st. St near r a ,
I. Jduf4 I* the' pewerhoes..4..
grate and right living that U
she'" rhrtttlin k.me. "he" said,
.U Mi aide, lit'* Or"".. PATROLT1IItaR
It...... sad that I I' way the ADVIWHO
Melting. ., '..,..U.. **k.*l lh dtl
I I UrWi event ,fr the tC? tOCR CATIIOIFowlc
A rklMren, the .amet. the pie-. I
Itk and the whl.. rcmmiMlty.Father .

-j r + Sullivan. opened" i

th* school |tit t m children, In
c a tM kindergarten "fir it and
a Veered grades' .in September. I -
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They have wow mooed t tote 121 Ninth Str
M1J the new rlaiironmi, after f gt
.I wtY weekIs the Uri off** type YJ t\

rt ,' 101{ ;Mi, kirk page -J + 1 / p. Eugene Muller'i
_o k ( %
w o g/ 4 rwpl ;, M1 S// John/ and/

Good Counsel I

J camps report

iC-- A"o u\1; ( r. Tae first any
nouaremeftt W the lath s..
** at Good Cosset l Camp
sag mxi HH wee* by M/a.
M R 1 tfffiwr G.*ff. W Cumminls, -
r (, ef WMT Wwvfcrefl *r f fee .boys win apes. at I the 014- 11-1
eat oWetia ramp en June 1J I
and wg| centnw.* ntii JulyS /
addition dedicated St. Lawrence School
.r Tb citerh tal s.seleaa. Classroom at .
for tour boys and girtsMtov wa
bi wdcsaasnlom lotion J foot 1 1 S 1 Uofislgnor tn bless the new ennatnictlon at 9am.
Beneficiaries of Tampa school th* mtrraftAt 14".MIL 19efwr d .U t the nwii.rtkw ) ,
new .. for lit Mark J Mcl"'ugblin. and Father on March 17, faat ef Bt. Nsisala

nr&ld other ttMrn wt1 be the Priest and p.rtshi..,rsers I.d blessed 'AI ,the UU I .seek,... "frets U.',M andease rUnkvrg > rests tlehses9 to Tampa .frt.*JAWk I laurence C. Hlfgtoi" FatnrJo" Patrick .. _,,, _1v.r_

brnefkterV of the new IncarMtaoa March 15 b>' Arrhiia op J<*ei
&Li a > Taupe, bvuit by t the parteh Ifurteyff JOHN, Mk HI << Father JMM Una, la. s*)>b p. Murky to /has psrtehwsers

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TalUHaiseaj St. Petersburg Eau I GilliePresentation .MNrjowph.wno Cotton receives March, I

Florida State< It. st. Petersburg Area Dlrec Ascension special model for every father ,
U a I.Jamul I.
The annual Catholic faith tor Henry L. Marker of the of awards for He !Ubowoai a carpenter to l atcAsilll.

week begins( at Florida State West Coast Laymen Retreat woman of the year has been rrov.de. for his. wife and Son :
University on Sunday, March Association has called the ,made by Father Martin fcccpted! without q :
18. Father Patrick M Mad parish chairmen of this area Power< pastor of Ascension Jon hn many trial. The Dlnr,5I I
den has reported. to assist at the annual day of ,Church, to two member of MM into Egypt' I* **** Presld.sl Ia
Sunday Mass will b. offered recollection of the Bishop ,the Ascension Catholic WOnen'l \* till! example of obedience to .I ."XII
In Westcott Auditorium at 10 Barry Booster Club. Thus an. ( Guild. This was the first God's will *.U of *?!
a.m The choirs from Blessed nual event is scheduled on ,time the Guild has elected sacrulces\ i father must mike
Sacrament School will sing at Palm Sunday! April 11, start two winner Mrs Frederick child James Orlando, klndlv t,
the Mass log at I a.m. with Mass and Walsh and Mrs John Horichel > for God a honored all workers vited me to their Comtnuri

On Tuesday Father John closing at noon, were the deserving reclplenti 'I. .when He selected Joseph the breakfast. They had a r flt:
Puskar of the Byzantlnt Rite The Day of Recollection Is of the highly honored humble carpenter is the foster attendance and their pa \\rjr
will offer Man in the Catholic open to all men of the St. certificate Jacksonville's Most Holy Redeemer HNS father of J sus.Vt Monsignor Terence J Far:

Student! Center at 11:30: p.m. Petersburg area Men are Inatallation of Incoming offlceri rally congratulated them ion
Before Mass, he will live an urged to make an effort to was held on March I Deanery officer joined member of Mueller, John LJverman Naif Musaleh honor God by accepting. the exceptional number

explanation of the liturgy of attend IItathpt these "four hours with with Mri. Joseph Schoebert( the! Holy Name Society of Most Holy and Fred Danese. Mr. Dlngman, pariah our tbllgstiom and oy best performing who received Holy] Comm

the Byzantine Rite, Immediate pa it Diocesan Redeemer Church In Jacksonville at HNS president and a deanery officer our work tt the ion. Miss Helene Facteau i II

Father Madden, pastor of will be the Frank retreatmaster Elliot S3, Council president, presiding.Officer the March Communion breakfast presented ),fl'. Delhi deanery presidentand of our ability. A Job well done president and Mrs. Robert
Blessed] Sacrament Church, prajrr.
U glorious Farrell was chairman
will moderate a panel discus The spacious ground of installed were Mrs. above; from left seated, James Carryl, officer of both pariah and deanery a

sion by Catholic laymen on Bishop Barry High School Donald. Jamel Hilsemi prtsldentiMri. vice-; Wilmer Dingman John C. Delhi, M. F'. to the membership March li also the occasionfor In April each member S.
Wednesday, make a perfect letting for a president Mri. Richard, Atwood, Clyde King) standing;, Robert the Irish in particular and dirty is to elect a president,
The panel will Include the day of recollection, for between Grace most Americans in generalto secretary and any other 4flcen .
Honorable Stephen C. O'Con- Instructions then aplenty recording secretary; honor Saint Patrick. The who are to take '!rle,
bIte Frederick I DeLindBt. Lake
Doriey, cor Orlando ConwayThe to Ireland
nell, Justice, Supreme Court of space for private faith hi brought la Miy.
devotion. This boys' high responding secretary) and | Peter St Andrew has been carried all over the
cf Florida; Dr. Edward Des.loge Lake Conway Mission
Mrs Frederick May treasurer New officer of St. Peter'i his follower Bringing Two delegate to the D'esan :
F.SU associate professor school In located at 6lnO: tthAvenui Member of St. Andrew par. world by
is now having two Sunday
of physlci) Peter Fannon; North In It Peters ]Rosary-Altar Society will be ish wen treated to a very interesting that filth! back to the land Union annual mwtiri.
Dr Robert E. Wolverton burg Father John P. Lawler of |Installed at a dinner to beheld talk given Saturday Maiae o.30: and 11 am. in which he hid been held shall be elected at such tim:

F.S.U. assistant professor of The members of Bishop St. Petersburg wn guest ] on April 22 at Rymal'i evening, March 13, by the Father Miguel Garcia has an captive is a lesson in love as the societies desire. A3
classics; and Joseph Hooper Barry Booster' Club will serve speaker, laying a woman ;Restaurant St. Thertii Circle Abbot Marlon Bowman 0.S B. nounced. and how to treat our enemies. elections of number locietiet
should work to her fullest
of Florida A. and M. university breakfast after Mail consist at all time and ca-In ( will plan the dinner and of St. Leo Abbey He wis invited U ll moil fitting that this ire subject to confirmation by
Ing of Juice, rolls and coffee.There paclty endeavor.Member evenlng'i( entertainment Res by the St. Andrew Holy Tampa month It vocation month and the Reverend Pastor It u
li no fee attached to every ervitlnni, are to be made with Name Society, His subject let m Invoke the Intercritloatf most Important that the
) of the Guild ac Help of Christians
this event.Daytona. ;Mrs Norman Wedikind.Transportation covered retread, and coupled Saint Joseph and Saint Pit- names and addresses of tv*
St. PetersburgContact ceptlng duties at the Installs < will be provided with the discussion that followed The annual Eucharistic festival rick new officers be tent to C.t l

Beach tlon were Mrs Frederick < for anyone needing It. proved most Informative will be held it MaryHtlp "Filth of Our Fathers," a King 105 E. 44th Street Jack
Mri. Beverly' Murphy st. Paul Walsh deanery repreienta* ;bits Michael Daldauff will bi to ill In attendance. of Christian School radio sponsored by lonvllle. This Is the only say
I47-B08S for local ads In Father D.nl.lllo.n IC of tlvt; Mill Isabelle Oleaion In< charge of transportation. program the Diocesan Union cm sins
; Abbot Marlon recounted the Tampa on Sunday March Name Societies andunder
dloceian board candidate the Holy
this ; Time of the event Is let for its function of
area Our Lady of parish, getting mint
benefits F.Jordan's .
that could be derived! Harold
and the chairmen of the < 28. For those without trans- Monsignor
7pm. Price of the dinner li
Daytona Beach, I poke to mition to you.
members of St. Paul'i Worn Handing and special com The tame Informatics
mitten, stated! that all I I Catholics carried by many station in
en'i Club at the March meet till and lips.Officers city hill at 10 M a m. to take
should to dtantn
should tike go your
Mri. James Devlin wai a more active In. the Diocese. Consult t h I anewspaper
ing. He told the member chairman of the committee unanimously elected terest. people to the Man In the new for time and placein president who will arrange
LENTENMEALS what to look for in the fourth at the March 18 meetingof
The chapel. for each president to rerthi
planning the Sixth annual Instillation meeting was also at. your area This Is a most
and final session of the lea event Mri. George second the Society term are Mri.for JimeiFerrira their tended by Robert Jones Orlando Father Alvin Mannl JOB., Important part of our Fisher the Holy Name Journal. 9
end Vatican Council. : of the director of the school will society doein't ha\t
Donifico was co<:halrman. president Central program and every parish jour
Mri. Murray L MacDonald, president! Mrs Florida Retreat celebrate Mall at 11 of the Official Handbook
Associa copies
CALL FOR Among honored guests wire John a m. society should be promoting
l of the Mattlngly, vice
president parish pr..I.dent
organization the Priests from Melbourneand hits tion. Open( house will follow at the local listening.On for each officer', they
asked for reiervationi : Andre Tuquet, school grounds and all who should be obtained from l M
Palm and March 14 It
Bay, the presl eat my
officer! for St. John
HOOD'SCOTTAGE for transposition and ) their Vlanney
attend will dine picnic style tlonal Headquarters Id t
denti of their parish clubs, first term Mrs pleasure to represent the
attendance at the spring I Mri. Kart Kiyloi of Our Ladyof : Eugene D. Officer! elected by the St. before the afternoon events, Holy Name men of the Di.ocese 65th Street, New York S.YOur
DCCW deanery meeting In Snyder recording secretary; John Vlanney Woman's Club a concert from 2.30 to 1.30pm.
Tas : WeGt Lourdei, Melbourne, and In honoring Monsignor
Ocala. The pastor, Monsignor Mri. J. W, Queeney, cornssponding are" Mrs. Gerald W. Fussell and the closing the Diocesan( marshal toI46UM
Mri. John Mantalai of St.Joaeph' C L. Elslander, who was spiritual
William J. P.A. and Mri. Harold Keller
Mullally secretary! president! Mrs Russell Mc. Eucharlauc procession and Is A. tlBradenlon.
In Palm Bay director of our Diocesan
li Richard Basso ,
V.F. director of treasurer .
spiritual Latchey, vice preildentj Mrs. Benediction of the Molt
union for eighteen John
the Orlando Central deanery St, Bridget Circle hn again Charles
Loretto Mrs. Blessed Sacrament
Oberele, Holy Name presl Mr. Keller was previously
CHEESE Council of Catholic Woman elected Miss Mary Alice Raw Julian Strack
AL Joseph<< yet to serve ai Circle chair secretaries; This spring event at the dent Mrs Thomas Fnschl president of the Southwest
and .
Mrs James
Safety Harbor The "Good Oil Tims" barbecue man for the new fiscal year Brown, treasurer school: annually attracts Guild president and all thim Deanery and president of Sf-
W* Esplrttu Santo chicken dinner will be The Madonna Circle again friends not only from Tampa and women' of St Man Joseph' Society. Altho'th'

\ Father Bernard F, Dlttmancall served on Sunday, April 25, will be headed by Mrs. Harry Circle chairmen presented but elsewhere, and Father tha's art congratulated on a the smallest deanery, t.
I I I attention to pariah) from 1 to 'p.m. for the ben Reed for her second term layettes to Catholic Charities Manni assures all interestedof most thoughtful tribute to a southwest made great pre
p1lfI" ( :!![ schedules for Safety Harbor eflt of St. Joseph parish, Lo. Mrs. Charles Hughes will be it the meeting. An addresswas a peaceful Sunday after. beloved pallor and great gresi under Harold. Hi ens
fCREANE. 9 Oldsmar Catholics. retto. the Circle: chairman for the given by Thomas J. noon In one of the most beautiful Priest. also one of the organizers cf
=""'"' Following are Mass and !Sacred Heart Circle. Mrs. Aglio, executive director of settings of Florida's Sun On Sunday March 21, StElizabeth. the Diocesan Union tramJf

Confession schedule for Venice Hughes! has been acting ai the Orlando office Coait. '! Guild\ i I Of St: program for society offlcm. ..

Espiritu Santo Parish SafetyHarbor Epiphany: circle chairman since the

Oldsmar Interest li being shown In death of Mrs Rose Burley LOCATION I
Sunday Masses are celebrated the Venice area in the open who was the chairman for1
at 9 and 11 a.m. house which will be held on that circle since It began four Camp Sent: John It located en the east bash of flee Satnt:

C Confessions are on Saturday Sunday, March 28, from 3 to yean ago. Mrs. C. L. Johnston Johns River at SihaHa; F'-rida. It I li 16 l "miles wutli, of
ACE CntESfY 4:30: to 5:30: p.m. and 5 p.m. In the Epiphany Cath- will be the new circle Jactionvlflo; on Stets Roe! It ii across the Saint: Johns

7:30: to 8:30: p.m. Mass is at olio Church. M 0 nil i f nor chairman for St. Theme River from" drain Cove Sprirtfli, 10 mice north of the
8 a.m. on weekda"I. George W. Cummings, pastor Circle. Sh.nd, Brldga.
has sent letter. to the Protestant Circle chairmen serve on
minister In the area the board of the Rosary _

1i Churned fresh ALPINETh. Inviting them and their I Altar Society
ill new Nunlng Home church members to the open" Palm BaySt.
flavor with full family far the finest in Nursing house

last appeal! Healthful, Home" Care. Joseph
7-oS7J Keystone HeIghts The Catholic Women's Club o
too, 'cause It's high 1456 2 lit Ave South Bt. William of St. JOI ph'l Parish In Palm 4 T ,
In vitamins and Ray held their annual Instal-
The member of St. William latlon of new officers, March
proteins. Perfect for Altar Society ire sponsoring 10, at the Holiday Inn In MM-
lent'i meatless mealt.f their first Day of Itec bourne.

ollection, Father Thorns F. Father James A. Lowe gave
1 le .slel Kelly report the opening prayer. Mri. Wll- ON THE ST. JOHNS RIVER
honi lor hams Jilhiry ,, .
The Day of Recollectionwill Ham Fulford, outgoing pre SL Petersburg HE 52111 bo April < at St. WiU dent, Introduced Ellis Switzerland FloridaIn

Clearwater 446918 ll: llama, Satsuma Street, Key* Know lei, who spoke on 4 ryCamp
Tampa 17&.1325Bradenton / stone Height "Youth In the formative
743 01714D It, It will be conducted by Father )'url." the quiet veedlanj en the bents .f t ,
Edward Dolan of Sacred The new officers were Installed Saint Johns Lye r, the DIOC M of Saint Auustinetiesesteblsked ,
444C. ttS Street, Nerds Heart Parish, Jacksonville by Mri. Henry Levy : a summer" tamp" for boy and, 1 I Mi. At one
of Ascension Women's Guild. Km part ef a* estate, Camp Saint J.hn his eieeptiexal
The new officers are: ,faiths" ta ptevie'e httiom outdoor 1M"i 9 In in. atme*
DANIEL T. WINTER 1 CO. where ef Cethelit qula'ance.CAMP .. .
Mrs. John Mantalas president I.
FUEL Order Heipltal.Schtol, Bands ) Mrs Alva Edman, vice-
I I 401 Fltrtdt Theatre I'd' ,. president! Mri. Harold I SAINT JOHN PROVIDES FOUR SEPARATE

OIL TodayBOWEN'S St. Petersburg Bryant, recording secretary; SESSIONS EACH SUMMER Datet
Mrs John
till Sinceiin flmit Bales! Phene 142-0)11) secretary Golden; ind corresponding Mrs. Woodcraft S...'." Fins Woodcraft [Ion Only) Sunday, June I I.

I Stanley Mileckl treasurer Each ....'es torwiH ef two west. ef real .",td.., tfe' Fridiy, Juno, 21

Edoiurel Gainesville with" the iptttel, emphatii pieced en. woodcraft, water .,.,.., SecW Woodcraft (gap
C. Onfy) June
J'ATRONIZIC Standard Oil Product. Craig 8t Patrick rifltry, handicreftt. hiking; end eature ttvdy TH-it ws.ese: Friday; July trW S-nday, J7.
THKHH ADVKRTIftlCRS: 862.2450 Ceofrterer. sad! MirlWorfef are open. .nly te My' l .fw.*" the ages ef I end, 14.

WHO fli'ironi WI HONOR STANDARDOIL The Women's Club of StPatrick's C.ttch:1ftII.Y': ( end Girls: ) Suedey, July( II.

YOCR CATHOLIC PAPER CREDIT CARDS Vied Metal, Ceramle" annual elections Church at held the their. I C..echi Sissies: Weay, July 21
-M regular
end "Mvtate Ties monthly l meeting on Thii' : tetiien. centiits ef Ne weep of wtfldarfwl? camp Ifs Second Catechism: |pep .*d 'iris) Sunday, July 21.
CIT-14ih St. S. J47-4III March 11 at the parish hall. with the special empkesis pl.cxj en rKelewi Wrvctteiw Friday, AM",ut a.
Mrs Daniel J, Brennan was The jxoqrifn' Includ. three classes each diy seeswteby I
Fowler & Payor, Inc. elected at president! to serve tk. $i...... Tn. balance .f ski day it divet 1 tt water
for a second term and Mrs. sports Kcitdicraftt, hitmti; ; end (jam**. TVil MIK'I: It '"M Camp Rata
General Insurance Holy Name Church Harry Lawton will continue to bath k.fi and. ,;ire! between the ages tf I aid) 14. Since W-"CP.ft Sawes:
ai first vlct.pr..hent many mere application art r c.I".a tfcan. tK.,. It ipacav t/ac.1f/It/: f fT.. W.. -I.Y' esly" $65.001100(
121 Ninth Strttt, North IU-IIJI St Petersburg JACKSON'SSHOES for .if.bl. III a'pleaths; nceiv.d
another term Mri. John it i h nacou.ry to adhere strictly tt a deedfne. deli S_i.1 eelie if befn. May II I""l
O'MaUey will for onroRmtnt. And Inctmuch a< this ....'.* tf Camp b m.re tkes IIIe fr.m a family" efgnd.
and vice president serve, as Mrs.iec- another. d ..,..r.ny for these' children _Ke ff tile rat4 er Cetehies: S...:... ((1st W.-a.,. end, GIrIsI) 141mSuo
Charles DeBolt .re ynabl ta allied parochial tcKeol, pecferese / deewne: if applKOtien received: before 11,1111))
Cameo Dining Room Mri. Harry Layfleld secretary as treas. .J be ojivM te the;ir .p ...io".. However, thM ,","..* pedal tete. if m.ra then. ese fro/w a family ..........
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Three The Horlda CathoUc' FrMay, March 28, 1JMJ5
Priests solicitous in helping r
\ us Mkl treasure
Sharing our

apply liturgical reforms at Mass

Prayer to Our Lady guidesto I
The Florida Catholic ia pleased welcome M guest the life she gives in her

' columnist this week-in the series on the new liturgy- Sacraments, the worship that i vocation in PriesthoodISN'T
these observations of Father William J. Holmes of St. she offers to God art ever

Thomas Aquinas parish, St Cloud. Father Holmes, a native essentially the .However same ..lwaYIChrlst'l her ; .: then some friend
of County Cork, Ireland, attended St. Patrick's Car. ,
I children change from age to ;,,;" ,.\, whom you would like
l low, and Kenrick Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri Father age and from one culture to $ to share your holy faith If
Holmes ordained > tell him about the beautiful
was another They are influencedby ; 't:, so, Father
to the Priesthood the If '. devotion which Catholics i
, historical events and circumstance ,, '
) late Samuel Cardinal r and to are the .' have to the Blessed Virgin John A. 1 ,

: ia which receive t "..... Mary Explain; the basis of .
', of Chicago on April Father ways they O'Brll'1house
j' .;. that devotion pointing out
,,}, 3, 1932. her teaching and live her life.
William J. t that while we honor Our
St Thomas Aquinas t Gradually they ceased t* Lady w. adore God alone.
,1, AT Holmes participate fully !ta every "
in St. Cloud, Mass by their receptloa ef Pray for your friend's conversion
Florida, we have made goodprogress : and ask Mary to add and the next morningassisted !
.' Holy Communion; also by na I at Mass. 'When are
in the work of implementing
: I her ewe powerful prayers to
'\ the active participation longer{ bringing their offerings you going to become a Catho
't' in the liturgical members of the congrega of bread and wine. ..J' yours. lie*' asked the superior I

;,/. functions of the Church. A tion. But we plan to familiarize Finally, they ceased to take \ Encourage; your friend to showed the Sister my rosary:
J few practice sessions were the people graduallywith their speaking parts which m t a R test the efficacy of Mary's intercession and said that I considered
'" held in which the Priest the the hymns U in all, time was taken over by the \ by praying to her myself\ a Catholic.
commentators the altar boys which: have been recommended choir at High Masses and hi tt to obtain the grace of faith 'But wouldn't it be nice.'

and the congregation took by the diocesan Liturgical low Masses, taken over by for him. she remarked, 'to belong' to
part Commission. These hymns the altar boys. The divine assistance that the inner circle? These

The comment from across are now being printed and This decline of participation t, Our Lady will obtain for a words haunted m*.

section of the parishioners will be in use in a very short in the central act of t M sincere truth seeker Is Illustrated \ "I prayed earnestly for
'A'ere'ery favorable and time, we hope before Lent Christian life was reflected In 1 a In the conversion of light.<< Gradually 1 came ta
they reacted very well to this has ended. all areas of Christian lift and Richard F. Trrrlll of Cannelton realise that I was only on the

more active participation.There The merits of active participation practice. The faithful considered Indiana now the assist fringe<< and that only In the
were a few of the the of the themselves also mere art pastor of St. Christo Roman Catholic Church could
elder folks who would prefer remind en them part that they spectators at Mass and at pher's parish In Indianapolis I be ordained a true Catholic
the old style and we are not laity passive, outside of Mass. "I was reared as a Christian Priest."I .
times not merely
surprised as these people are at They looked at the work of Scientist," related Father .
with their private devotions spectators but are active participants "Restoring all thing I hi Ten-Ill, "and dally read began a novena to the

during the Mass had to acCustom In this sublime sot.ship Christ" as the proper task of the writings of Mary Baker Blessed Virgin, whose rosary
themselves to the .( Cod which Is the the Priests alone If a zealous Eddy When I studied the I had long ..Id. asking for a

changes which they considered greatest action .f the week. layman wanted to join In, h* Gospels, however, I began to sign If It were God's will that

were Innovations rather They are reminded In a was considered) unique and a have doubts about a religion I become a Catholic It cam
than a return to the customs very real sense of their placeIn bit odd which rejected the sacraments a day or two after completing
prevailing hi the early the Christ's life through For 60 years, the United! ... of baptism and the the novena, at the crownIng -

history of the ChurchAt Baptism; and again In the States has been working For Mission's 400th anniversaryPiledriver Eucharist: of the Blessed Virgin'sstatue
the principal Mass each sacrament of Confirmationthat through the highest authorities "I was also so Impressedwith In the convent church.I .

Sunday, we have had congregational they are all member ofGod' in the Church and bring used for the foun- Faith and the votive church which will\ the account of the passion felt a peace that dispelledall

singing< at the family and that through her members of all datlon of the Quadricentennlal monu- recall to posterity' this 400th annlver- and death of Christ that, uncertainty That evening
the home I
other Mass we have had ac, through these sacramentsthey ranks to reverse the trend. contrary to my Inconoclastlc on trip
live participation, with a can share in offering His The Second Vatican Council ments at the Mission of Nombre de airy year of Christian civilisation in training, I began to carry a realized I had my answer.

commentator leading the responses !Sacrifice when it i I. represented has spoken and now the obligation Dine In St Augustine foreshadows the the United States small crucifix After graduating The next morning I rang the
erection of the Beacon of from high school I bAt doorbell at St. Michael's rectory
as in the other Mass among them. The Sacred of all the faithful Is to towering -
but without congregational Rites of the Mass give them work to Implement the -..-, ram the organist at an Cannelton. and said toan

Singing Congregational singing appropriate actions to carryout Teaching Churth. On Catholic Hour Consecration Episcopal church and became astonished Father Rourk.'r.th.r. ,
acquainted with the I want to take instructions.
is planned now for both In action and through '
14 ns all be convincedthen .
ST. P.U'LOBishop. "high church" liturgy
Maines with the adult rhoir their responses and through (
that the Church doe elect James P Shannon will "l'pon completion of In
leading at one Mass and thtdlildrrn'l these active actions they areenabled "
not want I* lose of the review "hll. practicing o. the structions during which tread
any Priest expert to be consecrated here on March
choir leading the to play their role as -
I was approached .bya
spiritual values we atresdyetpertenct organ "Th Faith of Our Fa
31 lie has been named titular
singing ia the other Mats, members of Christ' family.We visiting rlergjmaa. who
.In our present (hers" and "Th Baltimore
of lacubaia and auxiliary
Our commentators add unIformity to have the altar Bishop
plan say 1" attending M.... history with journalist to Archbishop Leo Bins asked 'Have you ever considered Catechism," I was baptized
and beauty and order boss in the upper grades toad become a priest?' with Albert Gerber as my
during the celebration of our a* commentators during She wants u* to keep these, of St Paul.Bishnpelect.
public Masies. We are aiming Mass, Instructions for themare and to gain much more betide M.W: \'nRK.-In observance of its 33th anniversary !Shannon Is atM "1 explained that I wasn't sponsor

for full cooperation not now being held *, at we begin to participate on the NBC radio network the Catholic Hour has Invited !; Thomas College where ha even a member of the "Certain now that the Raman >
only of our voices, but of The question may be asked more actively in the church. lie promised to pray Catholic Church I.1 the
our minds and wills, here Why have we not al-- Mass according to the step' two distinguished American Catholics Priest and a layman for me. A few days later I true Church. | knew that with)

Up to now, we have used ways been taking this part. if laid down in this Instruction. to appear on ita March 2Mb program. o,+ asked him to baptize me. God' grace I could become
the traditional hymns which the nature of the Mast calls She does not want to regiment The eminent Church historian, Monsignor John Tracy nishnpelertJames Wishing to devote my life to a Priest with vslld orders.
known to the the of the Mass into the service of Rod I enrolledIn
and rite
r were average for It us a lifeless ex
Kills and the noted journalist and critic, John Cogley will : P. a lay missionary society "Thanks to Our Lady's 'lntercesslon
I.n It out for u* ternal contarmltt" way of 4.
discuss few of the major trends attitudes and develop and, completing the required 1 am now not only
In the early centuries of taking part In the 101.... She a Shannoiha upon
Daytona Beach the Church, every Christianwas wants us to be fully active, at mt'nta in American Catholicism training, became a a member of the 'Inner
circle' but also sharer of
told that to take his partin our deepest and best Chrlstian East: and Africa. The scope lay assistant In a parish In a
't'; CW.ct ...,. Raymond Webb the Mars was his greatest selves over Ute last three and influence of the programon southern Indiana (hi weekends the eternal Priesthood of her

OR 7-1404 for ads i in tKii; .*. privilege No tmbapticed person The New Testament Inculcates decade Catholics and nonCath-: I traveled by bus to a divine Son our great" Itch
was allowed to be present particiHitiori. ,4n| the The conversation will rover elks\ alike I II evidenced In the been president. sine ISM, small town M mileaway, Priest, Jesus Christ FatherTerrill
; during the Sacrifice of theMass Mall, Read St. Pauls first such Important areas as thousands of listeners' letters He will continue to hold that where I had charge of a mis- concluded.

INCOME with this exceptionhowever letter to the C.orlnthl.nl.C1Iaptf't' Church state relations, the which are received each post lion church
nonbaptised persons 12.'t@f'1 1M; Ms role of the laity and the ecumenical month, almost half of which Archbishop Fgldlo Vagnossi "I was on the verge of
SERVICE known as catechumen, letter to the Rphesians, chap dialogue, during a are from member of other apostolic delegate to the studying for th* Episcopalian: Daytona Beach
during their period of preparation ter 4. verses I.la.Japanese period of history which has faith., United! State, will\ ba con. ministry when a Catholic
H..., '-Twner I Auoc! **. for baptism were witnessed significant changes The Catholic Ifmir I I. produced valor at the ceremonies In friend J, Albert Gerber Canted ...,. Raymond Web
,44 Mto Av. 2SS.42S4PRINTING present during the Mass of In the Catholic position by the National Council the Cathedral of St Paul.\ began to take m* with him on OR 7-K604 'for ads In ibis! .r...

catechumen prior to the recall Long acknowledged as the of Catholic! Men. In cooperation Th* tonll''ralorl will N hi. visits to the Ursulln Convent
Offertwjr They were then foremost Catholic historian hi with the NBC radio Archbishop Bins and Archbishop where hi* daughter was

J. dismissed.It ancestors being America today Monsignor network, and I I. heard every James J. Byrne of attending high school. We ,. PNlNae yVsa.
was considered then : has had Sunday at 1.05 p m. EDT Dubuque. spent the night at the guest
Lett.e ... and Offset John Tracy Ellis a
I -...- w.en.r mIre
Ceuchaae hlM i nq c.. duty as members of God's early Christians/ profound Influent* nn Amer* A
: ,
: ..r,, ear family that they a* members lean Catholic; Intellectual life IKITALUO lit
of the Mystical! Body of Christ 'KI VC! A In this generation. Ills many sio tt' u.ao MIWtl
Cl 2.4214 I II ....9-. SAG.' ( ) -
were privileged to tale an three-day celebration of the published works I .flu I d wbWyy nwwi, eat It_
I' active part in divine worship. loot anniversary of the discovery American Catholicism! (University .
The Church IHet and carries of descendants of the of Oik'ago) Documents
: Pereltw.; Loki on her work la the of American Catholic 1w Travel.rlwslM
........ C"r<4 persecuted Japanese Christian come
f si! stream of human history The of the lth century win history and a Guide to American ,

: LLOYD COX Good News that the Church take place her from March Catholic history\ (Bruce), Perils ..* Patl S.teJ14ee

:1 Office Suppliti. procltHns IB her teaching. 16 to 11.Ilighllghls. Fez many years MI the: f.. ***.* Wright kMr

of the Callralle" r.hf'l i
Cl iwjIII *f the celebration ally
r4VHi kWM Stn.e Priest helps Peru win be a Mais offered l lk ally .< America, atblngton, *'U.T I-Orm**** ko>)
y ArrlibklM' Mart* tagia, D.C., M*..lgs.r Fills .. pets
\".\TIC\" on INCI -- .**...Ik lnlerMack t* Ja ,.11, prvfetMf af (bench. hi.
pope r.1I1! ha named ,.., and the tmvelllag tf a Ury al Ik* t'amenity ef Has
...... ..4 A-n.-.. had Amft'trubonI Father Jame nmnameiit, commemorating Insatiate, ) rTi h
C Burke O P head of the i Independent
I. .} O
) 0,.. I ,,).4. '.. I II) PJJ.saes. prelature of CMmbote the 'Itrotery, frt raTecthxlo John Cogley has distinguished 1
"J" ralheo'raLPaolo himself as one of themat
/ t ,..Zf:e4(7aed Pent
influential and dynamic
Father Brk has been Cardinal Martlla,
4.wd.r" apotohc a4inMtrafa ef that president of the Vatican Seeretatute Catholic Jo rnalU1s\ M the
re twee January. I1*.! B ns for NonChrlaliasjReUgMtt American arene lit 1 Is a frequent
SAN REMO in WHkesBarre. the 37 year has bore named contributor to leading e e /

RESTAURANT old Domimran was ordained special papal; envoy to tt\. Journal" of pnlttical. thought
celebration Cardinal Marti, and social OfIIItoII.Tbe -
rar\ *, He taagM ta Aquinas
UtO SO. RID tWOOO High School Columbus duo la was apostolic delegate la CatMic Hour was 1s
until assigned to the rnttnoBS Japan during World War II launched on the NBC radio Sawing Machine
CL 2-1357 of Concert1- MttJe, B 19MItoM St Francis Xavier planted network en March 2. IttO and
OriatiaaHy to Japan hi IM$. presented as its first speaker Vacuum CUancri
and converted and baptized Father Yahoo J Sheen rn. a SorvU end Par*
J. 1'fM'eCI'tfonl many thousands himself" By eerie entitled, 'The [)tv"",. CHI Al Mate.
Moving I Storage Co. 1S47 aver an,on CnrtsUatisvert Romance" St. Lawrence School's blessingAfter .
mi PUU' a..4 DWy!'
ALUID TAX tIMl, INC. there Afl missionaries
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It* a.. Ca.pbslI-(1 .i6M $0 I fir/-Ai UM1 losing' year although many th. rataUe Hear has offered addition to 8t Lsarefrhorjl! en father Laurent E. Hlgguu. pastor, 714 N. liJ.ee4
remained behind to dJtgwa tIN AmerVaa swbUc the flaeilwlMli the morning of Mai h I 17 ArhbUh and rather JOM Bull, aaslatint, the

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"POUHTH 6ENUAT10N celebrations ambers aM clerical Church above Are I.ne ta loner.

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II q,

The Lift of Our Lord

Catholic Comment God's worldChrist

Schooling prepared Jesusto rebuked men judging othersTWO

obey customs of His and
era knowledge perhaps UTV
Running short of patience? women were chatting recognized weaknesses. Sub
they stood In line it
the age of six Our consciously try to get nd
AT the checkout counter, "The 1-
Lord went to school. of our unworthy feelings and
Lent wears on. the days get ing Lent. He asked His heavenly Fa. The class would have been thine "I can't stand about Father desires by projecting them

AS longer and the patience shorter. ther to lift the cross from Him. The held in the synagogue or, the Grace, one she's woman said criti-"is uo J. onto someone else

Most of us feel the pressure of Lent heavenly Father did not lift it because perhaps, if the weather was cizing way other people always, always projection is a very un

particularly is we near the halfway the redemption of mankind dependedupon good, outdoors, and the children Frank J. ; seeing their faults" The lady Trrlf'the healthy form of personality

point. We are sometimes tempted because it. The same thing is true of thecrosses would either stand or sit Shred made the remark with a perfectly adjustment. It would b.
on the floor. Reading and much more salutary to
we are running short of patience, that we bear. straight face. She was drag
writing were taught first hidden weaknesses
to give up our little acts of self denial Only by picking up our cross daily though it Is a reasonable, quite oblivious to the fact into our the daylight and to fact out
bit edgy ia really and following Christ i Is our salvation that she herself was doing
The fact that we are a guess that Jesus had learnedto them squarely.We .

another cross that we and those about assured. As the crosses of Lent seem do both at home. The what she pretended to abhor. first t U tail a stone it are human. We possessall

us must beir The fact that we find it to be getting heavier we should not lay teaching was almost entirely One of the most touching her" the defects to which fallen
them aside. Although our patience Is scriptural no mathematicsworth Jew and Samaritans Incidents In Our Lord's Me
more difficult to keep our temper human nature is subject.
those natural enemies, ant ay
His treatment of Onebyonetheslunk
really means that we gain more grace growing shorter we should not use mentioning! no geography him to Augustus. surely was woman There is no sin in the book of
the woman caught in the act until the pitiable
no history save of
by doing so. Lent is a time of suffer this as an excuse for releasing ourselves Israel, no science) The Emperor exiled him of adultery Frightened and stood alone before Jesus. which we are not essential!

ing. One can't appreciate a good Enter from our Lenten promises. to Gaul and made Judea a shamed, she was dragged be Only then did He look up with capable If we have not ernd

Sunday without the experience of Good With St Paul, we chastise our For the first four ar five province, under a Roman fore Jesus by the Scribes and merciful eye to say, "Go thy grievously it is no great \'

Friday. The body revolts against chastisement bodies. With Christ, we carry our years lie would have been procurator Of this province Pharisees as lie sat teachingin way and from now on sin no credit to ourselves \

penance, and self denial. The crosa. Though Lent we experience our tangbt almost exclusivelyfrom Jerusalem was not to be the the Temple courtyard. more" It Is God's grace which i
Good We have the Torah the five capital: the procurator would Christ's admonition. "Let has victories for
coddled self which has been used to own Friday. cannot The "om.n' won us,
softness rebels against the rigor of Christ without His cross. We cannot books .f Moses. rule it from Caesarea on the posed what they thought waan him who is without sin among plus perhaps the good (on
coast. cast
to a
Lenten sacnfice. have Easter Sunday without Good FrI. Knowing the customs of the Inescapable dilemma t. you be" the first tune of a truly Christian upbringing .

We take a great lesson from Our day We cannot have the joy of eternal time one wonders if lie was The removal of Archelaus, Jesus: should the woman bt' stone, In should the heart be of each gravendeeply of and a which protected environment .
beaten at school The Old we say, had a special meaning stoned .. death a. the Law themselves !
Lord with regard to perseverance dur happiness without temporal suffering. Testament Is quite convincedthat for the Holy Family. It of Moses prt'.crlbf'd us, A saint will weep for sinners are gifts of f (.oct.
beating Is good for boys; was because of him that they and pray for sinners

Sacred Scripture and no one with any memoryof had. gone to live la Galilee on If Jesus said No, let her It takes someone much less This matter of forbearance I

his own schooldays will the return from Egypt: Instead go" He would convict Himself than a saint to condemn i toward others of patience
with their mistakes
I feel that the fact that lie did of settling In Jades of contempt for the Law sinner and con' I

Determined to follow God's law not deserve to be beaten held so sacred by the Jews Almost always it will be a passion for their sins, is ,

meant that He never was. Indeed it Is quite a testimonial If He said "Yes, stone her," selfish spouse who accuses enormously important for the

Even the best of teachers to the awfulness of His reputation of compassionfor his or her partner of selfishness living -f a Christlike life In

TIlE author of psalm US a long list of tyrannical demands suffers from his liver occa Archelaus that while they sinners would be de It will be a self-seeker fact there is no genuine .:

we have seen, learned laid down by a hard sionally. feared to live in his realm stroyed. "What dost thou who censures a fellow employee Christian life without it .1 I

by hard experience that ont and unfeeling despot. they settled down within four say*" the Pharisees urged. for toadying to the Probably few of us ever i

find true happiness In Father True the law m.kel'P'1 In teaching Jesus the Scriptures miles of the capital city of his boss. There will be a basic will become totally perfect ia 1
ran definite and compelling de Ills school teacher was next brother Herod Antipas Seeming to ignore their streak of covetousness In the our effort to IeIall judgment .1

I fe only by being faithful to J.hI J, mands. That the psalmist is spared the one major difficulty who would one day behead question, Jesus leaned over person who imputes dishonesty to God Thert will\ be 4

tlie divine law. He had been ICsslelot aware of this is clear from which as we have seen, John the Baptist), Archelauswas and wrote In the dust with to another It will bea moments of resentment or of '

unfaithful! for a while and the terms which he uses to Mary and Joseph must have deposed in AD. His finger What He wrote fundamentally proud or ambitious pique when we forget our resolve

bad suffered the consequences designate it decrees, precepts fell: for the school teacher How old was Our Lord We has remained a secret Were His for person who points to 1
of his I infidelity: statutes commands, did not know of the divinity know that lie had been born twenty pride or ambition in his However such momentswill \
ordinances. He calls it also a .f the boy he was teaching while Herod the Great still markings an aimless tracing neighbor be few if, as accusatory

physical ills and persecutionat the sufferings which his sins "judgment," for In formulating ] about God. lived but we do not know or did He begin to spell out Psychologists have a name words rise to our lips w"
the sins of the who
the hrnis of sinful men. hoe brought down upon his the law. God clearly expressed how long before Herod men for this habit of fault.finding summon up the vision of
It seems quite certain that stood before Him'In
Now sharply aware of the head he Is determined to follow the judgment of con this was one secret that Mary death. lie must have been not or of criticizing others They Jesus writing In the sand

fully of his conduct he has afresh the law .. God demnation and the sanctions and Joseph did not share with less than ten years old. lie any event as He continued call it "proJ< which inescapably follow may have been eleven or U write lie directedthe defense mechanism by whichwe invitation "Let !him who is
of the evil
appreciation their fellow CItiaen5 I i of
of Infidelity. Perhaps he has Day and night he holds his upon disobedience. Nazarethe know that when twelve One wonders If thereIs accusers "I/ft him who try to dill our UMasiMss without sin among you be

life in his hands, ready at any connection between Is without sin among )ou be concerning our own unac. the first to cast sine."
seen his own sinfulness mirrored And yet. for the really Our Lord's public ministry
moment to sacrifice it if this and His parents' taking '
In that of his malefac any faithful Israelite (and we art began and .Palestine\ was I'I
to the law Him to Jerusalem when Hewas
tors, At any rate, he is now fidelity requiresit all "Israelites") the law Is talking of His miracles and Pope Paul VI
to die rather than twelve
appalled by false standardsof first of all the "word" of God His wisdom, Nazareth was
conduct and the ghastly re to transgress the law The His message of salvation.It astounded What! Jesus the This may of course be

suits of following such stan reason for this heroic local carpenter lie had lived purely fanciful: we do not ac world leaders to find I ITM
dards. staunchness is the fact that Is His "promise for lie them for thirty tually know that this was Our Urges peace
the psalmist has come to is much more anxious to re. among years Lord's first visit to the

Personally, In spite .f all realize that the law is not just DKTKRMINED: page sit they knew Him "well some of Temple since the time Hewas The following .is a translation faithfulness to its Spirit. This May they reestablish relation
them had been at school with
carried there In His of the speech recently delivered Is a faithfulness which depends between nations in re

slim they had employed Him mother's arms and was by Pope Paul VI ata more on people thanon ciprocal respect and recipro( ,

Father Michael V, Gonna often: there was simply greeted by Anna and Simeon. general audience In St any other factor if it is to cat trust in the moral principles -
nothing to them for
r Mission. of NOM Da Di'os this' prepare It was only when a boy had Peter's basilica! The Pop endure and function wt which are natural and

reached the age of thirteen made an appeal for peace, mean to say a faithfulness which are therefore in themselves

In the year 6 AD. there that he fell under the obligation saying, "the hOUr Is serious," to that profession of the Christian May they reinforce

eat clupteRs was a political happening laid upon all the men- but not explicitly mentioningthe Catholic Faith which must be international institutions
Cjl which must have had a ape folk to "present themselves intensification of the war for ourpe i4f. ftr capable of preventing

cial meaning for the Holy before God in the place of I His In Vietnam, loved sins, tM youle I armed intervention Mat

11o111Oa cAtholic histoRy Family that it had for no one choice, at the three feasts of pride and the greatest fortress they ue these institution

else! in Galilee or even In the Passover Pentecost and I IV the brief conversation of both today and alwa>s. tording to circumslam c'
I this collect I audience we
Judea which was more directly Tabernacles"
(Deuteronomy of
general respect to a sunloval '
Chapter SS rentals of the Cuban proper. for the advancement of such concerned, J Herod's I 16. 18)) would have desired to talk to Instead If these subjects,
agreement and loa;
ties would swell the building a holy and indispensablework monstrous son Archelaus, Younger you about the memorable anniversaries we mutt speak U )ou ..fPfarl'
boys thoughunder observance of
a royal decree of December pacts
became still againhumanity
BY fund however which make this
was dismissed from his ruler- often
no obligation, This is the earning of Be>"
S, 1786, the king mutt tremble for
Several months later however Zespedes commissioned ship, after ten yeah of went up to the Temple on day of February 11 special the people tot the world. i N .'
file .f
ordered a new house of worship dedicated In the peace.
he to preliminary drawings bloodshed a day piety
vas disappointed these feasts, as did women, make oul'If'lfhf\ Interprets
to be built, the cost to be learn from Bishop i Echevarria used limited funds given him \\e have already noted that though they were not obliged of the Church to the veneration Still again menacing clouds of their desires to which v"

defrayed by applying to It the that the same royal order to gather materials] for build. Immediately after his fa either of the Immaculate Lady return to overshadow noble add our authority not ,n

value ((3537 pesos, 1'% realest] ) authorizing construction of ing. ther's death Archelaus had who at Lourdes has her nations. already so greatly terms of force but by the
the the also Joseph and his wife west famous sanctuary Me urge tried, the
of plate and vestments removed church authorized an During the episcopal vlnlta- slaughtered thousands of Ju- aggravating painful command of love.
every )ear; Jesus may well all of you to address to Mot situation In which find
from St. Augustine to increase in salary for Father lion of Bishop ('>rll de !liarceluna deans. Compared with that they We turn today with fu ,
Havana in 1783, plus the Hassett and Father O'lteilly. In I'M, the preliminary the slaughter of twenty have made earlier stilts with Holy Mary devout and (runt- themselves mlttf4yiag. suf- faith In the Most Memt

rentals of eleven houses in the increase to be paid from babies In Bethlehem them.It Ing thought while at the firings and mourning God,
plans were subjected to very entrusting our supplu I
'uba that owned the the future rentals of the same time we invoke her \V., the
were by before repreMHitatne en
shortly seemed hardly be coincidence trans
close criticism, as Bishop, may merely a to the Most Holy Virgil
"Church of Florida" thanks Cuban If powerful intercession and her earth of the Prince of Peace
( properties' only worth ,
!governor and psslor tried I. remembering: some of that the first visit of We exhort our sons to units
to a gift from one of st. that >ear's rentals were devise means lo reduce the the fathers of the slaughtered which we are told should maternal protection called to carry out oar mission tMtriNt,," with our prayer
Augustine's early parish available to the construction We would also have been in days hi which the
cost of the building.The babies may well have been have followed so soon after In an immense choir who i 1\
Priests) Zespedes had to write Eche- pleased to speak to of world, after' a
among these 1.ler'lctam... the death of Archelaus. But you prwnuuag tutee to .haven from all "d
The sum, ,the Minister\ of varria, then a new churl first set of plans, After ten years of it his subjects if it Is a coincidence it Is at the anniversary of the signIng abatement of cwtfUrts, mama the earth, and to endeavor '"
was out of the question drawn up by the royal! engineer had had enough. least of the Lateran Pacts, to desire to turn mash to discords '
an interesting offer
the Indies wrote to Bishop l one. to God s eyes a ho t *
hchearria: If Santiago de The valuation of the pre- Mariano de la (Hoc* which is kept as a holiday and conflicts, address life

('uba. "his ;Majesty holds and 1763 church furnishings was que. were rejected by Cyril .- this day In Italy and which owtett, to all ntemted men,

considers sufficient for a detent plainly Inadequate) "10 construct as too expensive Rocque estimated Question b we can gladly call both for M whatever part tot the The hoist Is srrkws Mar
and appropriate churth' from the foundations a that 11.358 pesos the Church and the work, a world) they .may be oat the I Divine Majesty permit

for that settlement"Zespedes parish church with, suitable would be needed to build a day which marks the solution they may save .tnssocsM people that hatreds eUtngiUkrd.difflcaltles .

bell tower especially In a church large enough for the Followers dared of the totalled "Roman from new trials and sw resolves'. aid

agreed that this presidio here the poverty of five hundred faithful of to go Question and the betgtniwg tears prMes confuted, justice and

financial arrangement was the parishioners does not per. parish of balanced honorable. and) It stems to us alms. .t im .love be al the haw ., human

adequate since future mit effecth giving of alms "It should be built. he all the amiable relations betweenthe .pMaikktkat. while there itlU relations
added, on the supposition that way to CalvaryQ Holy See and the Italian lives Ute SAHMO of ts. hor-

the city's growth would carryIt state tibia troMrg which. broughtwith We address a special ail

M. J. Murray toward the south, between Mould )ou be .. kind as Issues a sort of challenge! to are relations which it M many victims and faith peal to children Wt h* ,s

Maria Sanchez creek and U explain I. year column the great crowds who were while seeking U the. so many sorrows, while UMwMs m their prayers

?Matanzas Bay. "in the same just what Is meant by (the going along with him If you Pipe If the Independence asset and opus.* I by K an not Mat heaven open to IN "
but place that it was formerly first .f( the far yet head there skmM be voices I and may Gods
Strange true part Gospel really want to follow me IOU states of his resMeare la) this .
i Ie., on the old site of the April I): SI Luke II, IU3. you must hate your own h.t'- sacred Roma Mil and alt those who dare la base their angels called upon by therest.table '

Copjright, l%& NDIC News Service hoxpital-church of La Sola- I. which! Jesus said U the I Ie. be ready to sacrifice it"And atiarlag his free exercise of Have winds Ie tiMuHsta flf war < < it bring cries to fearful of the In'" *
tM e
dad. multitude "If aine comes he who does not carry kit nlvenil spiritual mlssti. PMH acid the ,, mil
1e terccMrlb F.57OAULMaraot" w.w0.nmr t. and does not hate his his and anguialKd O* IM. the im P" J. 61 of peace.
me follow
cross me cannot
seek si the
N KC CII(/Ifqy. /II7tViC raw ro.., Rlihvp Cyril thought that same time "**...
ci.wOk1 Mw5i"AttyAiatMUrtral S (he COM could be reduced substantially father and mother and his be my disciple He dares t. declare M recogalttai! .f the rum.
.41.F.A4 'N."' 1otri' M, CmAarw. the of salvaged \. wife and eh lid re a and them to follow his example the sovereignty of the date cruel slaughters tau.,"
At Jtlwl/ III irat wAaer N hracre by use notosac then'.
Aessrr/acrya.r .. .JJSA""noArw .iGD' from la Soledad brothers and sitters, yes, and all the way to Calvary (f.. fatless ('h,) l tin Ms ow.Immense thought of the Dun \0,.
even his life he cannot hdMrn. t"
and from the ruins of the hermitage owa Is It cwuMered' sphere :7JtFlorda[
ut AtlirlalaQtloN be my disciple"* How Is Q. acceptable west sf sa may. tmttn of : )
..Nuestra: Senora de
peUtip V y this compatible with the coinmandmeal far a pers.a U s,k a They not only guaranteethe tortvred bodses a4 dt\ j<,
r, Nrr tMWI.AiOil.SRArwA La Lethe north of the city. to love our neighbor cfestr outside .his" o 1 i par religious peace of tile ta ed cttwt have M effect on Cdt'hollqP.

aJMthiM act AfNetrKT n.fsa He came up with the figureof and evea our enemies! l lab' Ur kelp with a problem! Italian people but aUo according tile hie'male of tha.. napvn",

+n a NtA.tct n 8400 pesos. 3'. reales Zee A This )ear April 13 is A Certainly Each personis to that celebrated

pedes disagreed with both estimates Tuesday in Holy Week and free to choose his confessor and expectant "phrase" restored list fatherly Hart r.. .... ?Mr ,....,

s.ooIkMhetM.QDM Npr r He did not think that the story of our Lord Pat- and problems\ art not restricted God" to Italy and Italyto bear I. .hnagwe the! rwite. .ero.iwl.. c Braille r.r>., ,_
fw:' z ,rrr t ts. '1 such a church as St. Augustine lIOn is read, as told by st. by parish lines God a great phrase veto pastes W a ntdrra war, k*, .rut its .isu'
i f; nww Bunt ae urau i could MarkIn worthy ef tike .v o -1 .OOto.
a I wanted and needed rwitiSMMgn cause .* the terrible ... ef
.p rr U.w... ,
Xmt ewa be built fur so little.And the patkage vuu quote Q. Regarding the rbaagrsla e Miry at our tome tad prr- the mesa kirk are al .band r ,_ N..1iI .

An a aura rn. r 1 rto if it turned out that St. Luke seems to be reporting the Mats for -Mjrtk 1, a dww.er. Puts XI, tk.. aswtversanr H -. frrtliag they are ." .. _. .'.,

the costs were higher as he in his blunt and forceful member .f sme IJUrgtcalommUtloa ft .-. puma 4ti brothers and. .... of| Gad. .

predicted he disagreed with manner the same message (' slated that the occurred y..trdav.. F.... lira a* ....H the force h. ,.. .. .' .. ..
Bishop Cyril that the difference of Jesus which we find In mUtiou .( the sign of the any MHow rta.. Ut lo Ue Urre of -- "'.'.. ........... '- .-.. ,
.tThcrsfoiv '<4 .... .
Ar.n d" se..s a tutu.a could be met by alms Matthew. 37-38 "He who Cross at holy Commuaioa Iso torch we .hors to MVM v 1e"'IC'I." -'f'or. '._f.......1.. 'I..' ..". ...

w at contributed locally loves father or mother more U be taken aa mesas these snorts' haw we .-.--.. .... ...,.. .".., ... .
bet tun _
Nrn r KI / "hll< M .f"
nukerv of these inhabitants" and he who loves MM or out Is dose .U the Interest .f that the sob*** sue* a **** M of .la-mr> 2 .. u...

he wrote to Bishop Kchevarria daughter more than me is a more natural and dignifiedsIMnbutta grave and defecate prM.ss- Dtaaaw ..... a*

t'MI ui Cuba, "1 assure our not worthy of Mead he woo! .f Omnniws. I that of the relate betweenthe hey. m lite aiasaet. .M er.

;nt unr.wKw.i..It I Itaswnro illustrious Lordship that does not take up hit cross What. alga would be snort Church and Italy a problem ed hmanty. to those wt.. .... I..... t .-.

good as their intentions may and follow me, is not worthy natural not solely pofcUal but raw ta. Mat of pwikwg a..a". an.,

lie they are. and they will be, of me"The A tVrtonallv I am very aha. metal and saiiinal '- a. trwftpf) d. "'tn swan.u mw .... wmw

lwlf.l.s as lung al HM Ma m aaM. (J St hiLt u tufw u> kf the rather a..i> mat U a stable and .kftwrSdiMiMi bu..b ..c tun .u, iAr..ho< .rO'1 .. .w..

Gu.+t y rlr nxrQrte 1.w. Juty dues but deign to arrange Unless )M are ready to give ward met** g<. It was art oath by strew W III die ........ molMu hat ....." ...,

some i lass of iniiict up .,fOr\thin. tin hold mint prufcaNv a line nlra M the nWrvasr* of the inter for re.pmueontt uf .. '_... a (-
the -
.. sy I i e for the d..,t'hll'mf'1I1. of 0. ii III the. Mm id tau mih.f then mil n |1" jilKf it Of w h I inpo-lant J..I'i 0 .' rn.l ""'I..r.. 008'

the i>.K> 1111' . U in* di,,, 'nn IH.I laid, srUJom Bulled out well >>I<,nt', but timicv.it. If I"", I ," v; ttl< w ,'j i U "I the Trklay. March JU, rely


on theology Fir The Florida' Cbtholle, Friday March U, 1065

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Trends in Church reviewed ( ..: 1 -j jx ObituaryROBERT

By Father Mlroa H. STOWELLST
Constitution oa the Sacred AtGUSTINERobert
because the
transforming all LJt rgy. II Stowell, 66, died here after

things Into Christ renewal No single review can do a brief illness on March 15

)h always a task which must Fathers justice to the rich and variegated w tw and his funeral took place on

begin and continue 1tl"v Wednesday of last week. Mr
to begin topics treated in these
In each generation. The won. 1 henry 1. volumes. Stowell had been a residentof

der of the present day Ji that 10x-, U'OI Indeed, it Is not our pur St Augustine's Cathedral

this task of renewal has been post to do so here and now, parish for 12 years, and was

o well received among the However the volumes are formerly proofreader for The

broad group of numberlessand well designed and bound, Florida Catholic, diocesan

even faceless men and clearly printed and not Inex newipaper
People of Cod
by Yves Con The
executive editor. Fa.
women-but not voiceless pensive. This last
since in gar OP., Is treated in the may ther Vincent E. Smith, under
many ways the prevent some
dogma area; the second sec- whom Mr Stowell had worked
worda of
the late Pope John from purchasing these and
uon of the volume will
until the
present paper's offices
XXIII were
reflected the previously other volumes over the next
bibliographical articles moved to Orlando, offi sal,<.d
unspoken moods five Our
of many. ;years. only comment
Each usually judging the progress at the funeral and burial Fa.
generation needs the in this matter is that
of 10 years study in the ther Smith
par. celebrated 9 .
sound and the words of its own the money will be well spent a m.
ticular area of the volume. A Requiem Mass in St. Agnes
theologians and for this reason third since the books will represent
section offers Church St
reprints Augustine The
as noted last week, one an investment which if
selected position Mass was attended
papers by MrStoweli's .
readily welcomes the propery studied will be effective
prepared under the brother
auspices Philip W
ance of a new publishing project in aiding the reader to '
of the Dutch hierarchy and Stowell of Ashevllle North
I' CONCILIUM understand the of
: process
distributed during certain Carolina, and local friends of
in the renewal which
Age of Renewal. we hue and
and significant sessions of the deceased.On .
Published by the Paulist which, precisely because we
Council. the night before relatives .
Press, f.len Rock New Jer are In it, may seem so disjointed

sey. Concilium aims to be a Two volumes base thus far to usA and friends gathered at

continuing survey of contemporary appeared in the series. Vol. final remark: it is to be the Craig funeral home In St

Catholic theological ume I Is devoted to Dogma.It hoped that the publishers will Augustine for the rosary,

thought, but a theology whose Is entitled "The Church make some provision for author The remains were broughtto
Orlando and
intent Is to teach the and Mankind" and Is Issued and subject Indexes So Commentator Stowell
present at Mass offered by Pope was burled In Greenwood
under the general volumes much
and to transform the present. editorship many so original
of Edward Schillebeeckx 0 P. ) thought Cemetery there, beside hit
so impressive a
Comprehensive and contemporary professor of dogmatic theology publishing adventure cries I'ol.e. Paul VI offered Mass at Lent If you have served with a pathize: with the> young: man at the wife who preceded him In

the project treks It at the University of Mjmegeo out for clear comprehensive St. Joseph Church: (above) in little nervousness as a commentator lectern reading:: aa the Holy Father death some years ago Father

publish a total of SO telumesai in The Netherlands. and correct Indexes Rome on the second Sunday of in your pariah, you may sym and other dignitaries listen Smith. read the prayers at the
? me rate .r it a year for _.. ___________________ --?_______________-- _______.-- VCHH-ITI/.w,
the sent floe Velume I! entitle. "The
Church and the Liturgy" Is Liturgical changes

The volumes will treat in ender the editorship tf Father

depth the 10 most discussedareas Johannes Uagaer. .( I

of Catholic theology Trier West Germany., a New regulations Holy Week rites

as presented at Vatican Council member of the Liturgy Commission govern .

II. Truly international, the ef Yatlcas) Ct-aetl

project presents the resultsof II and 1f..I.... .... .... ...1 3 13 to 16) has been "
one of the eoniuHanlslatohed verses ) nrilral book used by ItUhups touchings. and were kept toan were dispersed, look upon the fullness of rrJcmptlmi.

the fruitful and diligent: la the drafting of the Bugmnl Is undersecretary for replaced by a reading from fur rites not In the mlss.l), indupcntnble minimum"' lambs of your flock, that Amen"

theological meditations o f liturgical affaln. the book of Isala( (chapter There are nine prayers In all those who 111brl'n consecrated

nearly 300 editors and con. The changes are to go Into 61, verses 1 to 4, and chapter Turning to the revision In and changes have been madeIn by the one baptismmay The -bilk payer, whichformerly

tributors Papal letter sentVATICAN' effect this 6 I and t the Good ."ldaYIOI.mn praySors asked roOd! It "bo*,
representing 26 Holy Thursday, verses ) the first, seventh eighth be united in the bond of

countries. Truly pastoral and April IS. and the latkaa The former Gospel text or prayer of the faithful and ninth. charity and of the Integrity lih wlckedneit" from" Ihtheartt

concerned with proper com CITY (SCt- Polyglot Press said that publication from Mark (('ba"trr'fUrl Father Hugnlnl said t the In the first |prayer fur the of faith Amen" ef "pafans, Is now

munication the project, In Pope Paul VI has issued an was "Imminent." 7 changes were prompted by entitled the prayer "For thiutwho
to 13i'. is replaced by one Church, the phrase which
the and the desire do not believe
letter love of souls The eighth prayer, now entitled jet Inthrlnt.
the words of an editor, Father apostolic commemorating from Luke (chapter 4, verses her
Father Bugnini in his commentary reads making subject to ."
to facilitate In
"r'or the Jews
Karl Rahner S.J., ". Is deliberately the second centenary said that three dif 16 to 21s 1 This Is the passage every way principalities and powers" simply ,
the of union for the reedas
path follows
separated !
based on Scripture of the establishment of the ferent elements w Ul now highlight telling of ChrUt's going back brethren has born suppressed This It reads:

I and the history of salvation feast of the Sacred Heart of the Chrism Mass on to the synagogue in Nazareth stone which, removing. pliraoe is a reference from 'Lrt us pray for the Jews, "Let us pray fur those who<<>>

The general format of the Jesus (June 23)) and called Holy Thursday shortly after beginning his every however might constitute St Paul to two of the nine that our God and Lord will do not yet believe In Christ
volumes includes original articles for greater devotion to this -the consecration of the public mmwt'y, and reading stumbling block remotely a cause a choirs of angels (which were make his countenance shine that filled with the light of

pertaining to the area particular aspect of devotion. various oils used In the sacraments to the people from the book for discomfort' or regarded as protectors of the upon) them so that they also the Holy Spirit they may also

discussed by the volume. For The letter, dated February of the Anointing of the of Isala The passage from Mo aic law and sometimes may recognize the Redeemerof enter onto the path of salvation .

sample a dogmatic: article 4. was not made public until Sick, Baptism Confirmation lust cited in the Gospel Is He said "this work was un preached as hostile to all, Jesus Christ our Lord" .
such "The Church The March S. used dertaken so that In theprayer "tat us pray V. Let us
as : Entitled "Inventl-! and Holy Orders; taken from the passage Christ\ Father Uugninl said 'Let
V Let
us pray. us
of the Church no one kneel A. Arise."Almighty .
gsbiles DiMtiss Christi" I In- -a fitting Introduction to in the newly appointed lee- the phrase was removed I- kneel n, Arlce"Almighty .

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The Lift of Our Lord

Comment Schooling prepared Jesusto GodChrist rebuked men judging others

obey customs of His era knowledges ana perhaps un

Running short of patience? TWO women were chatting recognised weaknesses. Subconsciously
stood in line at
the age of six Our we try to get rid
AT the checkout counter. "The
of unworthy feelings
Lord went to school our and
Lent wears on, the days get Ing Lent. He asked His heavenly Father The class would have been thing I can't stand about Father desires by projecting them

AS longer and the patience shorter. to lift the cross from Him. The held In the synagogue or, the Grace," one she's woman always said criticizing "is! Leo J. onto someone else.

Host of us feel the prefigure of Lent heavenly Father did not lift it becausethe perhaps, if the weather was way other people always Projection is a very unhealthy

particularly as we near the halfway redemption of mankind depended good, outdoors; and the children Frank J, ';h seeing their faults." The lady Trese form of personality

point. We are sometimes tempted, be. upon it. The same thing; I is true of the would either stand or sit Shred made the remark with a perfectly adjustment. It would b.t
on the floor Reading and much more salutary to drag
cause we are running short of patience, crosses that we bear straight face. She was
hidden weaknesses
to give up our little acts of self denial. Only by picking up our cross daily though writing !it were is a taught reasonable first quite oblivious to the fact into our the daylight and to fan out

The fact that we are a bit edgy is really and following Christ is our salvation guess that Jesus had learnedto that she herself was doing W/ them squarely.We .

mother cross that we and those about assured. As the crosses of Lent seem do both at home. The what she pretended to abhor. the firs! to cast a stone at are human. We possessall

us must bear. The fact that we find it to be getting heavier we should not lay teaching was almost entirely One of the most touching her." the defects to which falln

more difficult! to keep our temper them aside. Although our patience is scriptural no mathematics Jews and Samaritans Incidents In Our Lord's life human nature is subject
shorter should not worth mentioning, no geogra those natural enemies, unitedin surely was His treatment of One by one they slunk all ay sin in the
really means that we gain more grace growing we use There is no book of
him to woman
denouncing act the pitiable
the woman caught In the until
by doing so. Lent i is a time of suffer this as an excuse for releasing our Israel phy no no history acience save! that of The Emperor exiled him of adultery. Frightened and stood alone before Jesus which we are not essential!

Ing. One can't appreciate a good Easter selves from our Lenten promises to Gaul and made Judea a shamed, she was dragged before Only then did He look up with capable. If we have not erred

Sunday without the experience of Good With St Paul we chastise our For the first four or five province under a Roman Jesus by the Scribes and merciful eyes to say, "Go thy grievously it is no great

Friday The body revolts against chastisement bodies With Christ, we carry our yearn He would have been procurator. Of this province Pharisees as He sat teaching way and from now on sm no credit to ourselves.

penance, and self denial. The cross Though Lent we experience our taught almost exclusively Jerusalem was not to be the in the Temple courtyard. more." It is God's grace which

coddled self which has been used to own Good Friday. We cannot have from the Torah, the five capital; the procurator would Christ's admonitIOn 'Let has won our victories for us,
books of Moses. rule It from Caesarea on the accusers without sin among
him who Is the
plus perhaps good fentune
softness rebels against the rigor of Christ without His cross. We cannot posed what they thought was
coast be the first to cast a
Lenten sacrifice have Easter Sunday without Good Fri. Knowing the customs of the an Inescapable dilemma to you be of a truly Christian upbringing

We take a great lesson from Our day. We cannot have the joy of eternal time, one wonders if lie was The removal of Archelaus, Jesus: should the woman be deeply stone, in should the heart of each graven of and-a which protected themselves environment .
beaten at school. The Old we' say had a special meaning stoned to death ss the Law .
Lord with regard to perseverence dur- happiness without temporal suffering us. A saint will weep for sinners are gifts of God.
Testament Is It
quite convincedthat for the Holy Family of Moses prescribed:? for sinners, butit
beating is good for because of him that they pray
boys; was This matter of forbearance
Sacred and no one with any memoryof had gone to live In Galilee on If Jesus said. "No, let her takes someone much less
toward others of
condemn a patience
saint to
Instead go. He would convict Himself than a
own schooldays will the return from Egypt with their mistakes and
I feel that the Judea of contempt for the Law sinner. coir
fact that He did of settling In
held sacred the Jews Almost always it will be a passion for their sins, is
so by
Determined to follow God's law not deserve to be beaten
meant that He never was Indeed it Is quite a testimonial If He said, "Yes, stone her," selfish spouse who accuses enormously important for the J
of of selfish living <:t a Christlike life. In
Even the best of teachers to the His reputation of compassionfor his or her partner
author of list of de that while will be self.seeker fact there is no genuine
THE psalm long tyrannical suffers from his liver occa Archelaus they sinners would be destroyed. ness It a
wt have seen, laid down by a hard sionally.Is feared to live in his realm "What dost thou who censures a fellow employee Christian !life without it.

by hard experience that unfeeling despot. they settled down within four say?" the Pharisees urged for toadying to the Probably few of us ever

can find true True the law makes very teaching Jesus the Scriptures miles of the capital city of his boss. There will be a basic will become totally perfect in
and compelling de Ills school teacher was next brother, Herod Antipas Seeming to Ignore their streak of covetousness in the our effort to leave all judg

life only by being That the psalmist is spared the one major difficulty (who would one day behead question, Jesus leaned over person who imputes dishonesty ment to God. There will be

the divine law He had ) of this is clear from which as we have let'D. John the Baptist) Archelaus and wrote in the dust with to another. It will be moments of resentment or of

unfaithful for a while terms which he uses to Mary and Joseph must have was deposed In C A.D His finger What He wrote a fundamentally proud or am. pique when we forget our re
has for
had suffered the It: decrees, pre. 'felt: for the school teacherdid How old was Our Lord We remained a secret bitious person who points to solve.

quences of his I : statutes, commands not know of the divinityof know that He had been born twenty centuries. Were His pride or ambition in his However, such moments

lit calls it also a the boy he was teaching while Herod the Great still markings an aimless tracing neighbor. will be few if, as accusatory
physical ills\ and did He to out
," for In formulat about God. lived but we do not know or begin spell Psychologists have a name words rise to our lips, wo
at the hands of sinful the law, God clearly ex how long before Herod's the sins of the men who for this habit of fault finding summon up the vision of

Now sharply aware of the judgment of con. It seems quite certain that death. lie must have been not stood before Him? or of criticising others. They Jesus writing in the sand

fully of his conduct, he and the sanctions this and was one did secret that Mary less than ten years old He la any event, as He continued call It "projection." It Is a and hear the challenge of His
not share with
fresh appreciation of the inescapably follow Joseph may have been eleven or U write He directedthe defense mechanism by which invitation "Let him who is
their fellow It hen of
of infidelity, Perhaps he disobedience Nazareth. We know c that when s twelve One wonders if thereIs accusers "Let him who we try to still our uftoasiiwss without sin among you be

his sinfulness any connection between Is without sin among you be concerning our 0"nIAaC.- the lInt to cast tine"
seen own And yet for the really Our Lord's public ministry
this and I His parents' taking
rored in that of his Israelite (and we are began and all Palestine was
tors. At any rate, he Is "Israelites") the law Is talking of His miracles and Him to Jerusalem when Irewan Pope Paul VIUrges

appalled by false of all the "word" of God, His wisdom, Nazareth was twelve
of conduct and the message of salvation astounded What: Jesus, the This may of course be

suits of following such local carpenter? lie had lived purely fanciful: we do not ac world leaders to find I
dards. It Is His "promise," for He them for tually know that this was Our peaceThe
much more anxious to re. among thirty years, Lord's first visit to the -

Personally, In spite ()J TI.mllpilit: ; six they knew Him well, some of Temple since the time Hewss following Is a translation faithfulness to its spirit ThisIs May they reestablish relations
them had been with
at school
carried there la I His of the speech recently delivered a faithfulness which depends between<< nations in reciprocal
Him, they had employed Him mother's arms and was by Pope Paul VI at more on people thanon respect and reciprn

c often: there wa I simply greeted by Anna and Simeon.It a general audience in St any other factor if it Is to cal trust in the moral principles

nothing to prepare them for was only when a boy had Peter's basilica. The Pope endure and function we which are natural and

this! reached the age of thirteen made an appeal (or peace, mean to say a faithfulness which are therefore In them,

In the year SAD. there that he fell under the obligation saying "the hour! Is serious," to that profession of the sHves Christian May they reinforce

was a political happening laid upon all the men but not explicitly mentioningthe Catholic Faith which must be international \institutions
i s
in which must have had a special folk to "present themselves intensification of the war for 0HLj* pk. ter flU, beloved capable of preventing

meaning for the Holy before God in the place of His Vietnam, .a, tM most noble armed intervention. Ma'

Family that it had for no One choice, at the three feasts of pride and the greatest fortress they use these institution'

histORY else in Galilee, or even in the Passover, Pentecost and IN the brief conversation of both today and always. according to circumstam -

Judea which was more directly Tabernacles" (Deuteronomy this eoilect'nddienee we of general respect, to assn: .
Chapter/ 8,1: the advancement of such concerned. Herod'smonstrous 16 18)) would have desired to talk to of these subjects) ,
loyal agreement on and lo) d.
we mutt speak U VII ofpeace
a royal decree of 41SAItt"a holy and" Indispensable son, Archelaus, Younger boys, though you about the memorable anniversaries because still ) again observance of pacts.
BY Resignedly, how- was dismissed from his ruler- under no obligation! often which make this This
cember (, 1786, the humanity mud tremble (for is the )earning of the
commissioned day of February II&
Zcspedes ship, after ten of special
went to the
ordered house of years up Temple on the 'fate of people ''of the world. W-
a new peace.Still
(' drawings and bloodshed.We these feasts, as did women, a day dedicated: In the piety make oursetf the Interpret*
ship to be built, the cost limited funds him of the Church to the veneration
given again menacing clouds .
have already noted that though: they were not obliged: of their desires, to which n' >
defrayed by applying to gather materials for build. immediately after his fa either. of the Immaculate Lady return to overshadow noble add our authority not "I

value ((3537 pesos, l'/i ther's death, Archelaus had who at Lourdes has her nations already so greatly terms of force but by the'
of the plate and Joseph and his wife went famous sanctuary We urge' tried, aggravating the painful
During the episcopal t folia. slaughtered thousands of Judeans. command of \love.
moved from St, ( Compared with that every )ear: Jesus may well all\ of you to address to Most situation In which they find We
of Bishop Cyril de liar turn today with fu
Havana In 1783, plus the have made earlier tlilti with Holy Mary devout and trustIng themselves, multiplying sufferings
slaughter of faith
In I7XX, the prelimin. twenty them In the Most Menu"
rentals of eleven babies in Bethlehem thought, while at the and mounting.We. .
) plans were subjected to very God entrusting our supplu" <
Cuba that owned same time wt Invoke her the
were criticism as Bishop shortly before seemed hardly It may be merely a coincIdence rprteiKatjve on lions to the Most Holy Virgn l
"Church of Florida" powerful intercession and her earth of the Prince
( I of Peace
< to a gift from one of the fathers of the maternal protection. called to carry out our mission
1st means to reduce the slaughteredbabies which we are told should themselves with our praye'' <
Augustine's! early I' a r We would also have btt'nrlt'llt'd in days In which the
of the building. may well have been have followed so soon after in an Immense ('horI hi'< ''
Priests), : these later to speak to you of world after a promising ,
among victims. the death of Archelaus. But rim to heaven from all 't
The sum thl'lInl: The first set of plans, After ten years of It his subjects if It l is a coincidence, it is at the anniversary of the signing abatmett .f cimfurU. Mm the earth and to eftdeavr, ''I">
n by the royal en of the Lateran Pacts to desire to turn .to discords
the Indies wrote to up had had enough least an interesting one. again offer to God's eyes a h<> .
Kchevarrla of Santiago Mariano de la Roc which Is kept as a holidaythis and conflicts, address life

Cuba, "his Majesty holds were rejected by Cyril day In Italy and which oneself to all oMmstNl men

considers sufficient for too expensive. Hocque es Question bOIFollowers we can gladly call, both for in whatever part ''of the The hour U serious, Mar

rent and appropriate that 11,358 pesos the Church and the world, a world they stay be, that the Divine Majeily permit

for that settlement. be needed to build a day which marks the solution they may save tonarwt .poor that, hatredstlnjnl: .hrd,

large enough for the dared of the so-cilled "Roman pie from new utato and. sw difficulties resolved and

Zespedcs agreed that e hundred faithful of to go Question" and the btffemntgof tears prides confused, justice and

financial arrangement balanced honorable and It mesas to us aiming impossiMt 10lit at the bate of kitma -

adequate since- "It should be built," he all the amiable relations: between that whO there still relations.

on the supposition that way to CalvaryQ. the Holy See and the Italian !lives the memory of .the. hotribte .

city's growth would carry state scours which* brought We address a special appeal

M. J. Murray toward the south between Would you be s* kind as issues a sort of challenge to These are rrlatkmi which with It M many victims and faith to children Wo ha.e
Sanchez creek and so ma.y sorrows, while In their prayers
t. explain In your column the great crowds who were while the
seeking to the"pe.f )
suere lay""heaven -
Ray "in the same wow* op*** by Man open to tN
just whsl Is meant by Ih.Ill'll going along with himIf you \ the Independence and lilt
that It'was formerly" yet hMtod. .thare shstjltl. be voices and may Go'ls!
of the far
part Gospel really want to follow me you
slain* of Mi residence I III IM ang.Js.. called '.
I e., on the old site of the those who dare to lure their upon by the
April 13: Si. Luke iI. :U3. you must hate your own life sacred llamas Mil and alto
mind reslstable cries of the 111"-"
-" of La Solo- In which Jesus said to the I e be ready to sacrifice It' tmrlng hl. free t\errl of to thought If war. rent
Have lie bring to fearful e
multitude "If aajone comes "And he who does not carry kit .DMM Hd tip.aagW.hed maa
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rr err tJ' sir Qwfrr'j7ov4f. ....... Pt" ')'u.g.,1 of peace.
rwna we KrunNgr. / Bishop Cyril thought that to me and does not hale hi* his cross and follow me. cannot slot, seek at the same time im

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wusenod sauna VN collage this compatible with the commandment for a person to sob a They not only guarantee tortured badges ..< dan .,,
0 nlr M 11J..A1s I.a l-eche north of the city .
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aunNaNDVeuor""o""' ( He did not think that the story of our Lord's Pav and problems art not restricted God" to Italy and Italy kar U Imagine the com*. e.rronioa... f".II rsra.. i..

Il such a thumb as St. Augustine sum Is read, as told by St. by parish lines. to God. a great phrase, very .l'lN'fI of a nudeta ..r. .be. asap, It 1 fell
'I isw W.M Jluaws of the 111 e.... t.s.n.a arm..
could MarkIn worthy
/ wanted and needed rontiaainfiiwfH4wy ease W tH| terrible.sang' ...
? 1 .Ir. } be built fur little the Q. Regarding the chance. of our I I&MMMIWQ .... the' .- t_. rein
t tMnr so paikage you quote mean kirk' are it hand II.., _t,.,.... .. I .
: And if it turned out that St. Luke seems to be reportIng U the Mans far March 7, a der+Mar. Pas XI. the aim. M men (is rcrttag r u..,. v I
the costs were higher as he In his blunt and forceful member .f Mme LlUrikal tertary of Wires pmu MUll .heather. and .... tbry e| o.are d. .........,.. .. .. n I'" rar

predicted, he dI5.grt't'd'Ith manner the same menageof CommUtlon stated thai tllf.mlulu. occurred yesterday. February turn MM ...ird the lone W ".. ..... .... .OfICO ,. ... ..

= w.tre Bishop. Cyril that the difference Jesus whk'h we find In of the sign of the M.How. ru... ki to the forte Iw kR ..b1.ra1 ..t.,. ..
of .004
.1M1ry.ruNN.MRltnpwr/ could be met by alms Matthew 10. 37-tt lie who Cross at Holy C.mm....... Is muck we stave to raw 1lok.rt.Therese. w.lry.. r..hmn h.u..4..... w..."
r contributed loves father mother nut U be taken a* a mesas ay.s MOT ,. .
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t "Informed as I am of the than me is not worthy rf me: of khortrnlng the cerrmny winetf witt the hope ..am. as .e atrtttf 44. -.:*" w.r t.. ae .t a. il
misery of these inhabitants" and he who loves son or but Is done Is the Interest .f lr.it the MrititJMi ft MM* a Anguat N N .IoM anf II "

wu'o.aaea.r w .. t ht wrote to Bishop rkhevar- daughter more than me is a more natural and dignified grave and defecate pwWess" ( December I ea yter NIl _
+sry ria in Cuba. "1 "Iur.04r not worthy of nit.nd he who distribution .1( .mmu". that W the relatwM between bay. a the .... M lie ftrlei Ee

Illustrious Lordship that, does not take' up his cross What ilgi would be more the Church' and Italy! a problem hwswsKy to thaw Wirt.... ...... ,..... t ....

good as their intentions may and follow me. is not worthy natural? not solely. poktxaj but rw HIt rtak .hoowiWHw --.,... yn..

t wwts aGu I.... they are and they will be, of me .1. Pertonallv. I am very aHo nwesn! and sftwtMM M fCttrp....., dam a..rw aw .... ....

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IweNIID v'NMM.t.lxp MtifMt, t tfOitS I some din uf ntnvmetre up everything coil hold nasal prvfahlv a fine idea inIheitrv the ithtervanre of the MterOt III. ''''ltarwwertitl' ut t.., ,ti .."... a (--

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Trends in Church reviewedBy % '(. r r- ObituaryROBERT

Constitution en the Sacred
transforming all r Liturgy II Stowell, 66. died here after

things Into Christ renewal No tingle review can do 1 I brief Illness on March 13

Is always a task which must I Father justice to the rich and variegated 5( rr and his funeral took place on

begin and continue to beginin Bury J, topics treated in these t Wednesday of last week. Mr.
each generation. The won volumes, Stowell had been a resident

der of the present day is that Bursa Indeed it Is not our pun \.y 1 of St Augustine's Cathedral

this task of renewal has beenso pose to do so here and DOW parish for 12 years and was

well received among the However the volumes are formerly proofreader for The

broad group of numberlessand well designed and bound Florida Catholic diocesan

even faceless men and clearly printed and not inex newspaper
People of God
by Yves Con-
The executive editor Father .
women-but not pensive This last ,
voiceless O.P. may, unfortunately
gar it treated In the
E. Smith under
since In se many ways the prevent some
dogma area; the second section r k rat whom Mr Stow'ell had worked
words of the late Pope John from purchasing these and
of the
volume will
XXIII reflected the previously present other volumes over the next until the paper's offices were

unspoken moods of many. bibliographical articles five jears. Our only comment moved to Orlando offn .lhJ

Each generation needs the usually judging the progressof in this matter is that at the funeral and burial rather .
10 .
sound and the words of Its own years study in the particular the money will be well spent Smith celebrated lam.
area of the volume. A
Requiem Mass in St Agnes
theologians and for this reason third since the books will represent
as noted last week one section offers reprintsof aa Investment which If Church, St Augustine The

readily welcomes the appear selected position papersprepared propery studied will be effeo Mass was attended bv MrStowell's

of under the auspices live in aiding the brother, Philip W
ance a new publishing proj reader to
of the Dutch
hierarchy and
Stowell Of Ashevllle North
ect CONCILIUM: : Theology understand the process of
in the Age of Renewal! and distributed during certain renewal in which we live and Carolina, and local friends of
sessions of
the deceased
Published by the Paullst the which, precisely because ve
On the before relatives
Press Glen are In it night
Rock. New Jersey may seem so disjointed
Concilium aims to be a Two volumes have thus far to usA and friends gathered at

continuing survey of contemporary appeared in the series \ol- final remark it Is to be the Craig funeral home In St.

Catholic theological ume I is devoted to Dogma hoped that the publishers will Augustine: for the rosary

thought but a theology whose It Is entitled "The Church make some provision for author The remains were brought

intent is to teach the and Mankind" and I. Issued and subject indexes So to Orlando and Mr. Stowell
l presentand Commentator Mass offered by Pope was burled In Greenwood
under the
I to transform the present. general editorshipof many volumes so much orig
Edward Schillebceckx 0 P, inal thought, so Impressive a Cemetery there, beside his
;I Comprehensive and content professor of dogmatic theol publishing adventure cries Pope I'aul1 offered Mass at Lent If you have served with a pathlze with the young man at the wife who preceded him In

porary the project seeks I. ogy at the University of M- out for clear comprehensiveand St. Joseph Church (above) In little nervousness aa a commcnta lectern reading aa the Holy Father death sonic years ago. rather

publish a total ef M ttlumtt jmegen in The Netherlands correct indexes, Home on the second Sunday of tor in your parish, you may a>'m- and other dignitaries listen Smith read the prayers st tietamales
.. .. .. .. .
. .. .Ioa.. .'A .
' ic '!: vi iv a you far --- ---- ---- --- ---- -- "
t the next five .llIm. It entitled "Tht
Church and the Utnrgr" Is Liturgical changes I

The volumes will treat in under the editorship ef Father .

r depth the 10 most discussedareas Johannes Hagner ,f

of Catholic theology Trier West Germany a New I
regulations Holy Week rites
as presented at Vatican Council member ef tile Liturgy Cemmlnlen govern

II. Truly international, the efatlcaa CenncUU

project presents the resultsof and one. ef the consultant Ir.w1.5.1 frMl .... ...> S, verses 1] to 16) has been urflcal book used "
Bugnml Is undersecretary fur by Illkhopi touthmgs, and were kept to were dispersed, look upon the fulint l l n ef rt'J' mrtIMl.
the fruitful and diligent Involved In the drafting ef the liturgical affairs. replaced<< by a reading from for rites not In the initial)) an indispensable minimum" lamb. of your flock that Amen"

theological! meditations o f the book of Isala (chapter There are nine prayers In all those who have been consecrated
nearly 300 editors and contributors The changes are t* g' Isle 61, verses 1 to 4, and chapter turning to the revision In and changes have been made by the one baptism The ninth prayer whichformerly

representing 21countries Papal letter sent effect this Holy Thursday, 6, verses 8 and '1. the Good Friday solemn prayers In the first seventh, eighth may be united In the bond of asked God It "ban

Truly pastoral and April IS and the Utkmr.lyglot The former Gotpcl text or prayer of the faithful and ninth charity and of the Integrityof lib. Irkednets" from the

concerned with proper communication 1'ATICACITY (NCI) Press said that publication from Mark (chapter 6, verses lather Bugnini! said I the faith, Amen" hearts ef "pagans" ," It now
In the tint for the
the project, in Pope P.ul1 has Issued aa was "Imminent" 7 to 13i is replaced by one changes. .r. prompted by prayer entitled the( prayer "For (hose
the love of souls and the desire Church the phrase which who 4* not believe Isl'hrl.L"
apostolic letter The eighth now en yet
the words of an editor Father commemorating from prayer
Father Bugnml la his commentary Luke (chapter 4, verses reads making subject to her
Karl Rahner S.J., ". is deliberately the second centenaryof said that three different 16 to 21)) This is the passage to facilitate In every way principalities and powers" tilled slmplv Fer the Jfwa," ,,
based the establishment of the the path of union for the separated reeds at follow, It reads
on Scriptureand
elements will now highlight telling of Christ's going backto hat born suppressed This :
the history of aalvttion feast of the Sacred Heart of the in Naiarrth brethren removing "!A't us pray for those who
the Chrism Mass on synagogue phrase is a reference from Let us pray for the Jews,
The general format of the Jesus (June 29)) and called every .ton.II might constitute do not yet believe In Christ
Holy Thursdaythe shortly after beginning his St. Paul to two of the nine that our God and Lord will ,
volumes includes original articles for greater devotion to this consecration of the public mintttry, and reading however block remotely, a choirs of angels (which were make his countenance shine that filled with the light of

pertaining to the area particular aspect of devotion. various oils used in the sacraments to the people' from the book stumbling for discomfort or a cause regarded as protectors of the upon them so that they also the Holy Spirit they may also

discussed by the volume For The letter dated February of !the Anointing of the of Isala The passage from Moac! law and sometimes may recognise the Redeemerof enter onto the path of salvation

example, a dogmatic article 4, was not made public until Sick Baptism, Confirmation Isaia cited In the Gospel Is He said this" work was un presented as hostile to all Jesus Christ our Lord" .

such at "The Church: The March I. Entitled Invest-! and Holy Ordersa ; taken, from the passage used dcrtaken so that In the Chrlnti I. Father Itugnlnl said Ut us pray V. Let us
prayer of the Church no one l>t us pray. V Let us kneel A. Arise"Almighty .
gabiles Divitias Christ (In- fitting introduction to in the newly appointed Us the |thrae was removed liecause kneel It. Arise
fathomable Riches of Christ), the solemn liturgy of llolv son of the Mass will experience prompting" of It might be misunderstood and everlastingGod

the letter urges all prelate Thursday. Good Friday and These texts, which stress spiritual uneasiness. as hinting temporal "Almighty and everlasting to your most beloved

ef the world to celebrate the the Fader Vigil.concelbratson. the mtetien of service, were power for the Church-"'real God, who made your promiseto Son! you have given all peoples

feast of the Sacred Heart of Mass selected according to Father For Good FridayThe in other times but now anachronistic Abraham and to his de. unite to your Chur h

lt. ".It!! due ImportanceIfteweetU ." by the clergy! gathered around Itugnlnl. because of a desire ." Kendents heed In your good the families of all people,

their Bishop in his cathedral to Mghtttflt/ this cathedral prayers Involved form ness the prayer of your that seeking the light nf,

church service as a true priestly the second part of the four Following Is a trenilallun Church that what was once truth they may filCh you

'Nt1A0r4 If- ".*., celebration MI the dy ef the part Good Friday liturgical ef the seventh prayer now your ihiwen people may reach the only true God Amen,"

A. DwJ- .bw.a k M Ceremony Institution of the lrteetMw." mice, coming Immediately entiiM "rr the Tally of .
&. n, e..1_nM.*i t.Amsgl aN510 after the singing or reeding ('hrbUan.1 I
JUit as the evening liturgy\ M
449 led A... Se. Ph. 11-4101 ,,**e Serrlee revisedFather each pariah cemroemoretes' ef the Passion account by St I II"I..t Hughey Funeral Home
for all the
John the us pray
YA 4-1471 They are among \
the IsMtrtMtioa of the
ST. PETERSBURG ST. AU4UJTINE Bugninl tM that MyKuchaiiat most ancient surviving prey brothers who belltIn

the entire ceremony for the ers of the Church While they Christ 0 Lord w God grant New Smyrna Beach

blessing. of the holy oils used The I'rlrtl" said the thaul'sI will be recited In the verMc. that they, eitowing truth Ssr.ce With; *li* Mn ef AI

throughout the year In administering I Ue (nrltnt Mass are a ular hi some' countries. in may be reunited and. ) safeguarded : .

,HON' 177-7124 the sacramentshas "tlmplirirallon wllhnol eluding England they remain In Your only Church: l ; 24 Mt AinbuUiu and Oi79ii Service:

been revised prejudice !. the erflnlllve Hi LatM In the United Mates 'Let us pray \', Let u;
A. P. BOZA He noted that the former reform whirl will follow In this year kneel It. Artie"Almighty J.mi A. H."Y"" O.nr end Oirclr 421 2424BASHAW'S

IIYlRSIDf CHAPEl lesson In the Mass from the the general rrvUkti *f the According' to father Bug ..ndltrla.tllll A(

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Mass guide

SlNDA\) March 28\
{G I TLt Laetare Sunday. (Maw of

_' Sunday. Creed, Preface of
Lent. t
MONDAY March. 29
v I :Mass of Monday of the 4th
week of Lent, Preface of
Lent i
TLtSD\Y: March 30
Mass of Tuesday of the
{ 4th week of Lent, Prefect
r of Lent.IWETESD4Y.

&Ntt4 March 31
Barry Tampa I Mass of Wednesday of the
4th week of Lent Preface
High School High School of Lent.. i
+ THURSDAY April 1
day night, April 4 at the Bath T\MPA: -Tampa Catholic I (Mass of Thursday of the
Club on Reddington Beach High School was host to the 1 : f:1R.I----: 4th week of Lent, Preface

here will be the setting for eighth graders from the paroihial of LentFRIDAY.,
the ninth I annual athletic schools of the city on April 2
awards banquet of Bishop March 8. The students were f- 1\ I Mass of Friday of the 4th
Barry High School. conducted on a tour of the week of Lent, 2nd Prayer
school and were entertainedby ,. of St. Francis a Paulo,
This year's Helsman Trophy the choral group, selee- Preface of Lent.)
winner, all American quarterback Sons from A Midsummer SATURDAY. April 3
Teachers welcomed to for education
Tampa institute on elementary
John Husrle will b Nights Dream and a panel. (Mass of Saturday of the

guest speaker.Walter The president, MonsignorJohn 4th week of Lent, Prefaceof
and Coach Monsignor Mark J. McLoughlin, pastor of southwest and west coast deaneries for the area'a parochial schools The meeting was
F. Scully)] Lent)
Fries, president of Murray spoke to the group. Christ the King parish in Tampa, extended a daylong institute sponsored by the diocesan held on Tuesday, March 16 from 9 a.m. until SUNDAY. April 4

the Booster sponsoring Club, said Bishop that Barry this cordial welcome last week to this group of Department of Education. At noon, the 3 pm. A portion of the session was televisedfor 1st Sunday of the Passion-

could well be ont of the to The acquaint purpose prospective ef this day freshmen was. teachers in the Catholic elementary schools. School Sisters of Notre Dame and other officials local viewing. bde.tISS(! of Sunday,

finest banquets with student life at Tampa Faculty members were present from Lake' of Christ the King; School served Creed Preface of the Holy
Ticket chairman Art Calls Catholic. land, Sarasota and many other parts of the luncheon to the 185 teachers from aU the Cross)
nan pointed out the need for

those that wish to attend to Thursday, March 10, students basis of the practice of cour the group at any time and
set their tickets early is only entered an N. F.L. St. Martha tesy, kindness and responsibibty likewise dropped at the discretion
170 are available They can tournament held at Robinson of the faculty for failing .
tie obtained only at Bishop High School. Out of a pos. Grade School to meet the standard set. 3k'
sible 14 first One boy, by special) decisionof
Barry High School. The price places, our students No member is a permanent
is five dollars per person received a total of SARASOTA A Christian fsculty and and students, is anheaerary member unless he or she pen
eight honor has been In. permanent
society msnently meets qualifica
Father Philip E. Hslstead, member, Michael Murphy
principal ef Bishop Barry Fredl Smith was rated 'firstIn itiated for students in grades tions.
Due to Illness he Is not
and of St. Mar-
seven eight
High School, urged parents ef both rounds for .rlgln.1tampo.IUon.
tha's School, Sarasota. The presently attending classesbut Members are asked to accept .
receiving awards te let
boys tickets that society, divided into two sections his personal quahfications responsibility In student
their early, se
Cries. Peck, Patsy Serrano, aims at promoting excellence have been attested to government and In conducting
their will not disappointed
boys. and Catherine Alberta placed of conduct and scholarship by adults and fellow students Physical Edueatloa
first in dramatics Sandra among students Golden who look for his return classes and study periods
Parents have first call en Romero and Sheila Fernandez Knights (boys) and K- to class in the near future. Th Knights act as commentators
tickets until March 27 After were first in humorous ettes (girls) are chosen by Students may be chosen for at student Masses.
_, _...... .... ...
that time they will be sold to division Philip Higher, in faculty and staff from mem < -- 1
the general public oratorical, won a first place ben of the junior high group
Gerry Seaberg a member Students heard Mrs. Charles Each group is composed of Y TLY

of the senior class at Bishop Miccarelli, a violinist in the 10 members
Barry, recently took part in Tampa Philharmonic, during Current members of the
the national indoor casting an assembly on March 11. Golden Knights include Troy
tournament in Chicago. Ai a Alter playing various selections Brown, Joseph Feldman, Pat r 1
result he came away with the for the students she explained rick Baer, Ramon Ludwig,
Accuracy Baits championship different aspects of David Blakely John Nichols,
of the United States Seaberg' !! the symphonic orchestra A Nicholas DeVirgilis and Dan ",... '
took first place among 60 large number of our students Sabo. "! Y
contestants in that particular attended the Pop Concert heldon Grand prize science winnerIt
Reties are Patricia Kelly, \
competition, and he also March 18 at the
placed in the top three in here Maestro Antonini armory Lynne (arey, Janette Wets 1t t U with 250: kilovolt
con. was predictable, from put years' Thomas pictured a
Jody Glbllian, Elizabeth
three other contest dIVisions.
ducted the Tampa Philhsr- performances, that Thomas McCabe*, portable x-ray machine he designedthis '
Gerry' prize was a handsome Z a b I", Kathleen Delaney, l1h
trophy monic Orchestra. Carol Frazee, theryl La. L student at Melbourne Central Catholic year. It won the tchool't grand

Barry held its home track (;sums, Susan Goeti end n t High School would win prizes in the prize and the first prize in the physicssection. !
meet on Tuesday of last week, Epiphany grade Andrla Masfleld. schools annual science fair. Here,
defeating the team from Turkey .
Creek High School with a school, Venice Golden the basis Knights of their are practice chosenen St. Martha's honor groupThe
score of M to 40 School rec
'"f the hi' virtues of charity Sacred Scripture
ee "K-ettes" jflrls: above In St Martha
nerds broken were: Tim Smith, Vf.MCE; -The seventh and citizenship and Requirements are
440-jard dash; Wayne Clark, eighth grade students enactedtwo courage. School's honor society at Sarasota; from I left,
120-yard high hurdles; Mike short scenes from Shakes special bulletin are posted board on and a front row, D. Rodman, Judy Giblhan, Kathleen .
Determined follow/ God's/ law
Alatyl, high jump; and Danny pear on Wednesday evening, every student is eligible for Delaney, Cheryl Laguex; back row, Elizabeth
Karcher, pole vault. :March 17 to a "standing.room Zable Patricia Andria Maxfield Janette
honors Kelly ,
Safety poster only" audience of parents attending K.ettes are selected on the Wets' and Lynne Carey, "...1..04 ,_ .... ,..., As a father He knows alb\\ Te keep at en the only sure

TAMPA-Winners: have the monthly meeting ward obedience than to too well His children weaknesses pith ef happiness, He ass

been announced by the AAA of the Home and School As punish disobedienceThe their shortsightedness ghee as s law.
inflation of the
Peninsula Motor Club in its Epiphany divine law Is Indeed a their folly\ He knows
School of Venice.In Tt may seem hard at times" ,
school safety poster contest law, In the Juridical sense of how easily they ran be seduced
First place award 135 In addition, winners of the the term But it is much into following primrose hut as the old adage has it.
cash- goes to>> year-old recent talent show performed. w' more than that It Is Cods paths which lead only to disaster 'the long way 'round \is the
Alex F Fernandez of Zephyr Mrs Henry Glass of Sara r e blueprint for happiness. for into falling for false short way home"
hills, a student at Boys Academy anti who is the president of salvation. For He is not hut promises which carry within And He wants 10frt
in Tampa His teacher St. Martha School Associa a cold Indifferent' legislator themselves the seeds of bit. much for us to come hometo -
is Sister Jane Frances lion, spoke on background He Is our rather. ter disillusion Him
S.N.J.M. activities, in general!
Entries came from schoolsin Prior to the Home and I .
44 counties served by the School Association meeting Tht ii the bed study U AmoritM C.tt>ore history; t. appear
motor club. Poster art was the classrooms were open 10 tns. Y""
judged by Instructors at the that the parents could speak AMERICA MAGAZINE -H..o> J. NoU
Ringling School of Art in Sara with the teachers and view
sots. the clasiwork "At t I.. Ftrtt V.bcft Council Vorot *.. th. Most vocal ef Kt Amort.
cast ", .I.t" .Ms flHoit, 6..''y .*d toR. i.... mutt bo htuntinq rSo. .:,"
ef St. Petert even now, noting with noly Mtitftctto; (...$ the .nool fot
SCHOOLSROSARIAN cam olmott M fOVleilel th.t the. thugs .he fought (or in Kit d.y hoe
.lre.dy bed the;* i"eI.ution.N' "
THE REGISTER I'APUSlishop; Robert J. Dwyer
Boys In honor unit, Sarasota

ACADEMY "SpnoMy, roInHoft; This enqrottina, and OutKo. ....c !Wory I iie
......... std 4.r eab.d .*r fkto, M ....... ., ....*.. Golden Knights at St Martha! conduct are from left, back row, John eMnt, importance to the b storen.; ttvdtnt. and genteel reader of ass
Uk Wertfc. On... ... s* .".19.. ...BT .......... Saw School, Sarasota are boys chosen for Heath moderator, Nicholas DeVirgilis denomination; "
.*?". .. 4B ****, rude* art .,...."... Mr4 !kf and according R. D1 luzio. Feldman T Brown THE FLORIDA HISTORICAL QUARTERLY -8.,...,. Kendrick
citizenship courage Joseph ,
*. ... charity,
flI K
DoHUIr For nl.1flr i......< It.......
aOURUW ACADEHT WEST FILM BBACM to the faculty sponsor Pictured J. OCallahan, D. Harnett, D. r.ltin;
in the organization that promotes front, David Lalturd. K Verhofatadt, nsaraoen yl .. t" 1 enas :

excellence' In scholarship and C llcimbuih and G. IQccro.. REBEL

Academy Of The Holy Names --

AMI..". mad day 1C .eI for ,;irl.. Grades erne U tWvo Filly Barry College 4g

sooroeltorf. Plegms intludti: adage) s,*B Me, ort and .p.r+s. Conducttd by Sn; ... W tk* Holy OUR LADY OF THE HILLS :\11.\\11: Barry College sn-
Ninnies" Hit ..,.,.... sWo,Ir., Tewpe, FUnee.Al flounces that Kl women have ,
been named to the DeaneList

e.i.ems..mstssss ss.en. CAMPHENDERSONVILIX Among for those the first named semester was R E BEll I THE LIfE AND ERA OF AUGUSTIN VEROT

Mils Shirley Cotmenares BISlOPCr1.1.

M. c. Nicholas Colmenares, of 111 .' J
0 ] .
West Amelia, Tampa 1 c. talimJ ?ls..w

jOC'Y ; Miss Colmenares' is a sea
A Catholic camp for boys and girls age ic majOring in elementary' cok Gloul JLrudaiSLifwp JiuJ I

IN NCW ORLEANS LA. 7 la 16. 200 acres, 37 buildings in the nluiMtiun She u a memberof _
Mountains. Largo Modern the Confraternity of Chris.
A ....din. Preparatory School (.w Boys, pool, Ridge mountain lake, with all camping han PCX trine and of the TareSinsrrs and lAt ['"'YCaLkollu
eonducted by the holy) Cross Brothers. : .
activities guided by counselors. Al-o named was VIM Joan
Grade tf Dill fJiMut
7.12 both
BtrJnt eel D. .
Ideal accommodations lor visiting
par C nthci I. daughter of Dr and
Oiancter Train'ng: end onts. Camp provides pick-up service I. MI>. R U Gunther of 110
Qinstiin Doctrine or from aeanslrall, air, bus terminal. ">th !Street Holmes Bach.MiiJ .
Colkie Gunther II a freshman
Preparatory Coarse A camp for youngsters to ow....plrtl-
Supervise Study Period. ually, healthfully. ror literature, write: majoring in sociology She is
... a member of the Cor Jesu Pies. sad
Training ia the Fm Arte Choir 'epu of IRa NNCP a' $43 ...
Complete Athlct.e Feolnwer Miss Ceraldine Dtetrtehs.
Wtnter Addreaa: .
daughter of Mr, and Mrs W. j
jiJa.aaaKi.f n writ it CUE LADY or THE HILLS CAMPc. Dietmhs ef 11'0 Magnolia AOCIfSS.OTY .

Kr. .f .... .... HOLY CROSS SCHOOL .. IL ..'. C.ardaus Avenue Sanford, was another
.... ... Mm DtetTK-hs I
.prlst. Ay. I it a fresh- JTATf A"MO" ZIP-
.:1u. 11SO D..pkj.e St.*New erI..... ....'70117J WINI'I'ON..1EM.' N. c. p-an: ajormg m' English _
She' a ''I'O\htor of the Kappa MArt CMfCtS PATAKI TO TW ROtlOA CATMOUCBishop I

Rho organization.

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, Clearwater Central Catholic High School i cultural center envisioned in architect's drawing

Archbishop Joseph P Hurley broke pound In slum to senth Central Catholic Hifh School In deplete the gtua-wdlet jeodesle-domed atruetur In U mid up of sliding plate flaw doors in aluminum

Clearwater this month for the cultural ce.nter-jymna. Oearvrater. This drawing presented by the architect relation to the achooL The perimeter of the building framea. _


Pope praises work of

.4 European educatorsVATICAN

Jt CTTY ( -Pope Paul VI has told t

:' group of European educators that their work la especially Cardinal Mooney
demanding "beciuaa it alma at training suitably thoat
who art called on to become High

citizens of Europe. of >\RASOTA -Selected students
"Far from weakening the to a of Cardinal Mooney
attachment of each to his own worthy High School her..who study
country, you strengthen It by Latin I, II or III, participated
M placing in its rightful.: plane Pope in a national Latin examination
within the cultural patrimony sponsored by the Aisocla-
which all nations hats received "In ) lion for Promotion of Study
as a heritage, a pstrl- forts of Latin which wag held on
mony which is deeply marked way Thursday, March 18 The general
as you well know by Christianity sistance opinion of the students
Excels in general science ," the Pope said In can onl.Europe" who participated was that It
French on March II.Ht prove was an Interesting challenge,

k CPl."" Huff, a+vd.". In MerI show her t. find ipecific .v. spoke to members of the making since writes Sharon B r u n a a u,

I bourne Caning Citholif High Ky end .,dll'" of (minerilt.Killed International executive committee semi school reporter(
of "Europesn schoolday"
Tht staff of
School ti finf
pictured *l prutwinner stated
observance which periodically Tht Cardinal" Is workingon
in the feneril tcionco in Congo meets in Rome. It The the edition to bt distributedby
division/ .f Melbourne c. s-.r. consists of educators and education ht Enter.
tcienct foir. Hit proj.ct was H ROME NC-Fither Con- ministers representing ly his Cardinal Moonty's baseball

salve Caodi cf Arinawa and a 13 countries, Tha orgsnllation "it ... of team has done very well so
.seminarian Augustine AbU'la..rr. whose aim is the unIfication bit la far this season. They have
TAMPAM. killed it Mihsgl when of Europe, Is celebrating tied ont game and won two

rebels from Uganda seized Us 10th anniversary tins of. otheri
this --- -
the to\\'n,1t hat been reported year The March assembly of Can
G. PANIELIO D.D.S. here by Fidei, Minion New
.....*. ....M.to....* ....... Agency "Willie respecting the best V dlnsl Mooney was held on
W kta wn..wPractic. I II tridllloas of the past yea l r p March II. The vice presidentftf
of Deniutry Suter Fmrnerentiina of the as" a eairsgeoas imbltUa h A NIt the Student Council acted
I r. Servants of Jews was beiten % ss muter of ceremonies,
... .. 1.1. p.. .-...". (February 23)) and treated, Library theme N t
...... ..... wI
(It .I.ra ea .. .r but not "killed at Mshsfl. s, a 1 1r The program consisted of
--- DETROIT-Tht Catholic library 4 presentation, of speeches by
Aisociatton will meet the presidents' of the various
INSURANCE here oa .April ,11. Tht 41it clubs it Cardinal Mmtney,
Rrt AuU t Lif. .Home ItrtineM: annual convention will open
MONIEAUMOaELANDOLIYER with session Farh president told the
HENRI A. a on cataloguing.
Z- .MONTEAU. INC. Tht them. will b. "A continuing .. nature of the club Its pur
1) Wetter Uniesaldieg search for better answers .. b I 1 pole Its requirements' lorm.mlwtnhlp
and Its projects
Phono 227-1VII T.mp." Porto1 ,

for this year Tht program
was presented In order that
ST. AUGUSTINE the students might know more
shout the clubs eilstlng In the

HELP OF school
MARY Tht students of Cardinal

Mooney High School plan a
r- Career Pay. Friday Man'h
0' %t. Speakers for the following
I CHRISTIANS CAMPFORMERLY St. Patrick's Day field meet called 'Olympic' in form careers have been invited:
; engineering law, builntn,
Flying an Olympic flag over the countries they "represented. Robert tries were 4th graders "repreaent medicine, nursing, marine

CAMP DON BOSCO) Good Shepherd School' field meetIn Kingston carried the lighted Ing" Burma and Trance, the fifth biology, teaching, and run
( tadf'. Vatican Stab and Germany Corps. We arc looking for.
THOMPSON.1st Orlando on March 17 atudenta torch. Prieata and Siatera of the ( weld and,
For Boys 8 to (14 added ceremonlet to Imitate the school participated and the children secant lilies; the seventh grade, profitable to an afternoon interesting' s a y i

BAILEY Olympics on the school grounds. A were thrilled to see the 23 Switzerland! and Japan third place Sharon,

$$ WeJ .icWvely by the S.W.ni of Don laic, looted e ieoufcfyl S. "..vwti... VA 4.US! parade opened the day, with children homing pigeons( released. it their Sister Miry Merclta directed the
Eitt Lola, tl tfce avtUiri* of T.s p.. Usin'e ol the I C.tla. vas PIt.. marching abreast behind "fVI'tI tI." courtesy of the local program assisted by Francis Rud.
f .* H of Ovutions; Stheol for toys.Opon ilk Instructor. LARGO
ciht ei Mary Help flits of more than two down pigeon cluba. tonera" by coun- physlcal.tucauon
Sundoy. June 20* taw Sved.r. Au utt I'K. inelus ve.i"
Sales and Strvlc Newman

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; The Florida Catholic Friday, .March 2 8. 1963 P I Permission given

Of many things for change of

I March 27 epistle


Ecumenical situation in U.S. .q t.i The postconcihar Commission
on the Implementation of the

BT Fr. Henry J. Mires in the United Mates and the gical unity, American Protestantism Constitution on the Liturgyhas

text of the Second peculiar problems which the has never taken on granted worldwide permission -
THE Council Decreeon Catholic Church in America the features of a single for a substitution for

Ecumenism which was must face In Implementing Church the traditional lesson in the

proclaimed by Pope Paul VI the suggestion and the de In the 17th 18th and 19th Mass of the Saturday after

on November 21 W4 clearly. mands of the decree century occasional church the third Sunday of Lent,

spells out in the first para This Is the ecumenical piob unions were formed, but because which falls on March 27 this

graph the concern of the Catholic lean In this country: 49 million of the almost excessive year

Church for the restoration Catholics live in a society importance attached to local Instead of the long reading

of Christian unity. In with over 80 million Proles autonomy because of regional from the book et Daniel dealing \

speaking of this restoration tarts who belong to more than differences in American society with the elders' slanderous

as "one of the principal con 260 religious communities v,g., the North and accusations .f Susanna
Second \'aticanrounril These churches or religious, South and because the memoben
"ems of the the epistle of the flat Sunday
this Council communities cover every of the nascent unions almost ,
same i : Lw. after Pentecost may be
states that any "division shade and variety. of dog.matlc never looked upon allegiance substituted.The .
among the followers of belief practice and ecclesiastical to the larger group as
Christi I openly contradicts the structure essential these early church Demonstration of technique at institute substitute reading Is

will of Christ. scandalizes the unions fragmented into smaller taken from St Paul Epistleto

world and damages!: the holy Christianity In America has unions Such conditions, in Other teacher observed while Christ the King School In Tampa hOlln) Tampa. The school children the Ephesians (chapter 6,
: the
cause of preaching the Gospel almost alwavs possessed many instances, still hold selected instructors gave claw- last week One such class was this are pupils at Christ the King. verses 10 to 17)Appropriate ).
mark of religious pluralism.If
to everv creature" today. room demonstrations at the elementary one conducted by Mrs Augusta to the spirit of

In referring to the fairly today there are :2bO! Proto Surprisingly enough since school Institute held at Pixton from Most Holy Redeemer Lent it speaks of the Chris
modern movement known as tkUnt groups, only about 180 our age Is so concerned about tian's battle against the wilesof
ecumenism. a movementwhich of them report membershipwhich this matter the early American .\ the devil: You must take

we have attempted to contain less than J percent colonies accepted the New university Dies in prison Pope Mass for workers up the armor of God if you

clarify in this column, the of the total Protestant European pattern of Church. IRCrLONA: (NC)-Archbishop \ lESS.F.thn(: Josef says ; are to resist on the evil day
Council this State establishment almost to do your whole and to
further t types as population The vast majorityof duty
Gregorlo Modrego Zgarbik SJhG
something which is fostered Protestants in Americaare without question Nine of the Cssaus of Barcelona has y 25 vas speaks ollile' mission hold your ground"
13 colonies 1 had state announced sentenced to : years in prison new
the I
the found in denominations
by grace seven he will establish by the Czechoslovak

Spirit.nut The in three decree chaptersthe then : Adventists, Luthtr Baptists. churches By 1789 with the ratificationof Spam fourth Catholic university Red regime five years ago AATICIV CITY (NC)-Pop* Paul offered Mass in JACKSONVILLE
points Congregationalists
attitude which the Church Methodists Presbyterians the Constitution the coniction since the government for alleged secret connections St Peter basilica on the feast of St Joseph (March 19))
monopoly on higher education with the Vatican has
the \ had grown that religious for 8000 members of the Christian associations of Italian
now adopts ( and Protestant Fpisopil i :
was ended in 1952. died in the Carthusian mon I
and the practice of denominations toleration and a non workers ACLI) the 20th of the
principles ( These In the past dozen years astery of aldice, near Jicln, ( on anniversary organization LTIijn4aMj.o..r
non-established Church
ecumenism for its members subdivided into Independent state I .
ire i establishment. '; '_
Catholic universities have used it has
Since the decree is truly system was legally necessaryfor now as a prison German speaking areas of [; -:')
catholic I applicable In its' churches the good of the entire nation been opened in Pamplona, been reported here. Father During the Mass the Cos northern Italy I 1
principles e to Unlike Europe the varietyof Bilbao and Alicante The Barcelona Zgarbik was a noted preacherin pel and Epistle were read in In his sermon Pope Paul ;P I
general every churches in America was unh'emtyII\ be restricted Prague after World War both Italian and German be. :
of the Catholic world it praised ACU activities and
area almost the original condition Moreover, from the practical I to ecclesiastical II when he was released froma cause of the presence of
would be well to examine the spoke of two difficulties it has
of American in Europe sociological viewpoint, studies. nazi concentration
society; camp. some 1500 workers from
faced its 20 of INCOME TAX
ecumenical situation during
present this variety came about America was literally' a frtn- ... -- -. -
tier nation and religious uniformity I existence. EMPIRE ACCOUNTING
directly as the result of a
Sisters invite The first difficulty he said SERVICES
breakdown of a single established enforced by state 11

mothers Church In Europe this laws was highly ImprobableIn 1al' was to determine the nature ,...- ,721-. .-..IU... ...-
girls, Ninety was due to differencesin the wide tpen spaces. i.9 and scope of AC!.!. After III' 1 .1....... ",., Mt

OR LAN Do-On Sunday, theology in America. the 1A much experimenting, he continued .
Thus there developed in the 1
March 28. at 2 p.m., the Sis divisions represented differing the organization has
emerging<< political and economic arrived at a clear Idea of Its
ten of the Precious Blood of national origins or different
consciousness of the mission which is that th.'orkr .
St. Andrew parish are conducting social which emigrated '
groups nation feeling that religious '(' l'O.f ;Qee
\\ affirms and expresseshimself
on vocations from
a symposium Europe.
differences f emphasizedand as a Christian' 111 > Z2't'
in the parish hall .
In 1776, Catholics nun'l.bpld enforced by state relijmusnfis .
at the same moment
There will be a panel discussion only 25000()) out of the 3 would interfere
1 that he affirms and
on the vocations opento million in the 13 colonies expresseshimself
people with what at that time was 7
as a worker .
women, followed bya t--
young this indicates that the considered to be the _
question period. overwhelming majority of the practical problem and larger "It Is a question which Involves .JI.utI
be Mrs. Er, i a real for
Speakers will first settlers was Protestant. problem of dominating and mission our ,..
nest Eifert, Mrs John Net the primary religious<< developing a new nation ,,workers a question of resolving STEAKS

Forster, Mrs. James Pojer vitality of the non-Catholic In place of the religion 'Just In a new vital s>n. V..4 rtM..,- .. ......
Sister Mary Angeline Sister churches in America duringthe plain, undifferentiated rell thesis the faith and the Impersonal 4IIMRELIGIOUS
Ann Roselle and Sister Mary mechanized technology .
revolutionary period came .
gion was demanded of Americans 1 1t
Jacqueline of the parish from the New England: anti which is the mark of

school and a guest from nay
ton CPPS Sister Mary Camci of the Church of England : any form of Protestantism "It Is a question. *f forming & GIFT SHOP

) Calvinistic Congrega Only when the Catholics and t of both .
a ,p man a.r-'n. "' h.h".I1I. a"a.rote.
Girls and their mothers h, ;ationalists .. .....
the Jews arrived in large believer\ and worker," Pipe .n.
the Orlando area are invited _
Christianity\ in the United numbers did a new possibility Paul said IIn..l.. YIU14rtstlltr.
Lao .e
and we would like to hive a --
Mates derived its original religious present itself to this kind of email' ,.elam tetara
large attendance, Sisters say attitudes and world American religiosity, For The second difficulty facing 1a.,1.. aa a ..._....
view primarily from the developing with the development of Catholicism ACU members, the Pope .... o-1.,. nu.1Phan. "

JACKSONVILLEConUet Calvinistic tradition (land to a certain said, la the whole work situation 721-Oil

This was characterized by a extent Judaism In America) in which they find themselves .
Mr David MtcKUmtr moralizing pietism biblical: emphasis began<< to be placedon kindergarten in Tampa today. Obviously referring AU'''''''' ,uun,,, \"

725-648 for local ads ill literalism and sectarian revivalism the fact that Catholic and to Italian and Furs-
Kindergarten teachers in schools school Institute held at Christ
this Jewish religious practiceswere mentary pea (conditions the Pope
tr seen to be different than serving perishes of the west. and the King School in Tampa Miaa Ruth noted that workers today art

On. tan only writers read some of the broad and fairly undifferentiated southwest coast last week found aolu- Rohlsnd, right, of St. Martha Schoolin exposed to "moral and spiritual
the early .f American .
., religious practices tiona to mutual problem of teaching Sarasota, conducted the discuMloni discomforts and workin
Atlantic/ Monumtnt Ce.lro"IGritM.r'l.. literature such a* Ha.therne an atmosphere\ In conflict
to discover the Impart of American Protestansm In conference sponsored at the ele for this group
with Catholic: Ideals and
c. A. ran.Os. ...-..... of this tradition ea early faith.
,.... "..n.1ran. American culture rT While Catholic workers art '

... a..I/la T 1rfT railed on to try to engage .J
despite this early fair a
..... ....
flay r !! > at 0 their co-workers In a dialogue '
ly unified, but broad tholo."E'ASTERLIN
the Pope 'said the
'unity of the forces of work

,'PHARMACY.u cannot change Itself into an
enslavement to Ideas,
methods and ::.:.'
IU" P..., alrtl"h' asal lilt organizations Lr4
...... "....'1.. tl... ... ....... P....,...... '1.. profoundly in conflict with
.... rl.a.a s.1 P.,...., I..na..a .... -.,
.,..... those which Catholics hold
L/t 11.1.' .. 1.111. 1-a11)sits
I..... 14DEIHL 111....55a. most dear, religious faith Excellent/ Food
.' aa.leasiae. e............ civil liberty and the Christian

concept of society Therefore TWO JACXIONVUI teckTK>4

.c ,.e exhort you to remain net ....* ..., ...... WePMloot
firm and well founded in Jet"'t111

your convictions."
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grade school league and tournament of father NV, Thomas Lar- Robert Bierbaum John Kalaa,

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Southwest '_ ,.._-- rrlaw=.- Mne The Florida CaOiollp, FrMay, March 26, 1.M

DCCW deanery hears : -----n

DeSoto history.; elects officers Y k H t 11I Father Mahony earns I

BR'\D.:'TON-Mrs. Max ... : doctorate in Ianaliift
Bender of Incarnation par. a Priest In DeSoto's party lean 5t chemistry
Uh Sarasota, is newly elected president of the Southwest usher of St. Joseph'

I Coast Deanery Council of Cathollo Women She was Church, the Knights of Columbus \f.n".... b... .... .... activation analysis In poTIrn

named on March 11 at the deanery meeting conducted and Holy Name Society. t rr. {. for oxygen. carbon work occurred' last :year when
by "
the outgoIng re.ldt'nt, Mrs Charles He was a guest ..pe.te..r -., .. fluorine and other elements researchers found an unnat.
Martha parish.. Sarall la.. Ockelma.nn ot St. and gave a few notes on .i.v: I by mean of helium,3 induced urally large ami>unt! of arsenlc .
Monsignor C L. Elilander- -- Ilernando DeSoto. This mono the history f I nuclear reavtiMs." In the hair of II"le"n,
umeflt It planned at Sha'. : The feilowlug u I summery It was presumed (that! lomo-
V.F deanery spiritual director The DeSoto "Crewe" conv

Point, Tampa Bay at the of the research which was how more tricrmgut) ii'.to;
thanked Mrs Ockelmannand prises ISO business and
mouth of the Manatee JUver professional done In teilaboratten with Napoleon while Mal al\\\ '"
outgoing officers for their where DeSoto and the Spanishparty men. They go rtij Professor Markswlti and presented than would be in the nm 'ual
work at Council leaden. ashore and recreate the actual t
with him landed In the in Father Mahony'i person at the time The explanation
Other deanery of(I certelected 16th century oa the west landing. The colorful doctoral theilt. of this hoft,:\or,
costumes worn by the
were Mrs Elmer coast of Florida The heltum-S nucleus It very was left to historical) t<'!hoiars! ,
TitU of St. are reproduction of 16th century ,
Raphael Father
MlhonfCi'c'ctl: ;
rare In nature compared to
Englewood, vie president; Manatee County annually battle dress, Including t the ordinary form of helium primary and po ndiTerfj.
Mrs. Robert Peterson, South recreate the landing of De- armor and swords The h.J- ti11 helium 4. however helium cation in the public *.,hoc of

County Epiphany, North Port Soto and the pagtant'l leading mete resplendent with colored J can b. produced at a byproduct N.w'orll CitHit undergraduate ,

Charlotte, secretary, and, reelected characters, DeSoto, a plumes are Imported. of the radioactive de- study was dnne at
Mrs. John Parker ofSt. Priest and one of the conqui- "Crewe" members In full co. fay of tritium which li an St J hn'. l'nwersltnr' .,k.
Joseph parish in Briden- stadoret were guests at the tume represent an Investment isotope of hydrogen producedfor Lyn where he recuvcd the!:

ton. deanery meeting They were of more than $300. Manatee County 'V.I.P.1 at deaneryFather the manufacture of nuclear BS degree In 19H. He attended -
Robert Talley. who plays De- Hernando DeSoto and the the University of Connecticut

Mrs. James L. Ltcher ..ISr.denton Soto; John Manson one ef the.xplo"1 Cre'e, conflating of 30 mt'n. Cornelius A. Dougherty< and pageant' He attended. In costume aa When fuilon the helium weiponry.strikes from 1951 to 1033.
diocese Itlr.t
DCCW i Jerome Davit, depicting are elected each from M.
year and received the S. degreeIn
officers of the Southwest Coast dean the at the 11
president suggested I large one of the Priests on the general membership of one of gueats March mert nucleus of an elementto chemistry
attendance from the deaneryat the expedition; and Mm the DeSoto Historical Society, fry DCCW are plctlrtJ'Ilh Manatee log of the Deanery Council of Cath b. anal>ted, such at oxygen. From iva to I9U !he was

the forthcoming PCCWcontention. Diana Richards the queen. and the major assignmentsare County's Hernando DeSoto (Robert olio Women In Brtdrnton Drlrirates. another fitment It attending St Mary'a College,
It will\ take place Talley), Manatee County elected Mrs. Max Bender left of Sai produced that It radioactive
Mrs Clare Pruning, public rotated from year to )'ear annually re I'a. Kentucky and Mount St.
la May at Cocoa Beich.Id Ity. and public relations chairman The role of DeSoto It limited creates the landing of DeSoto and his lOla, deanery president Mrs. John and detected.whose presence The amount ran tnutb and Mary'a of the West Seminary

her talk Mrs. Lachtr for the Southwest, Coast to one year due to the demands party at Tampa Bay and Mr. Talleyholds Parker, above, was renamed dl"&nt'rytrtulrtr. duration of the radioactivity Norwood Ohio in prepare

said that affiliation histories DCCW deanery gave the following on a man's time. the lead In the current Desoto'rJr >> It I measure of the concentration tlon for the Priesthood. Fol.!
would be displayed at the report of the March ---- of the element being lowing his Ordination in 13.VJ:
. The celebration was begun at Clearwater, Father Ma-
convention and then meeting:
turned dttermtntd at well at Itt
In 1J3 and with the eireptlonf
lY""It. horny spent two at Bishop
( years
over to the Mission of Nombr The
hlitory of Florida Identity.
war a few yean during< fend Moore High School! O .
dt Dlot at records to be ktpt the theme for the Southwest War II, It baa continued every Activation analysis hat
Undo teaching chemistry
la SL Augustine.The Coast Deanery meeting at year since I"'. I 1 sJ:1MM1 been known for many years, physics, advanced science,,
convention will have the Dradenton Country Club but this research represents and calculus

four workshops, she said of Wedniday, March 17. More While the commemoration t' the first use of hellum4 ai In the fall of ItKtt he began
educational value to the worn than 200 were in attendanceat It staged by amateurs, it hit : 1 : the activating particle Although studies at the University If
en who work In parish organl the spring session with 110 promotional ties and has ; l each of the particles California at Berkeley,
ntloni as will at to those numbers of It. Joseph's Guild met with public acceptanceand lined In activation analysis In. Father Mahnny hat declined
women who become engaged ai hostetsei.The participation This ,, 11 ft 1 eluding hellum-3 present llmltatloni offers of postdoctoral

la deanery or diocesan DCCW day I began at the t the attraction was held from 1 V.rJ the technique using research fellowships from the
acUvltlei. March 13 through March 21. this ptrtlele It capable of detecting
a m Masi celebrated by Father National Bureau of Standard
Father Cornelius A. Among the clergy attendingthe many elemtnti, but
Dough Dougherty, the host at 1 In Washington DC and the
and carbonat
erty prtttnted colored slidesof St Joseph', Bradenton Benediction Deanery meeting with a especially oxygen State University of New York
levels far below the limit
the Mon l(nor Elstander and Father i
proposed memorial to of the Most Blessed e at Stonybrook,
for other methmli,
Dougherty and his brothers
Sacrament was given by Father s -. 1 1t intimately this method It
were Monsignor George
Victor Dougherty 0 F.M.
able to find at a level ORLANDO
ORLANDOWINTER Cummings Church! of the oxygen
the .
puto brother Immediately
Fplphany Venice; Father "j of one part per billion or at
after Ma. William Haifa, St Raphael.Enel.wood little at one ten trillionth of WINTER PARK
PARK Breakfast was served In St. an ounct.
; Father Joseph P. {
Contact "' ,. Thomas Walsh
Joseph's cafeteria A motor- Moran Our Lady Queen of : MM
Center Mr. Thomas Walsh ride travelled to the Country Martyrs, Sarasota, Father a This method' of analysis. Ml 4-l4 fee but *ds IN.
will find application In tress.alder
this .
WI4.lt4tfefUt.UdiUthis Club for the business session Normand Hardy, St Anne, : development whereetea use

area, Ruskin: Father John LimaM .. el
The meetisgraw attendance M, Church of the Incarnation er tars draillrilly ec

from. U parishes: South Sarasota, and Father yaps change the properties' tf th.ttln.l.tor. .
Warm Mineral
Cenaty Eplphaay, :
prlagi and North Pert Francisco LopetSpecial """- ." ., .,....... t ELLISDRUG

Charlotte) Eplphaay, \'enket Mary!! C Dougherty guests were. motherof Mrt. St. Charles Bulldogs Orlando champsThe It may also find utility In

Rt Raphael' Caglew. d, St. both Father Doughertys, biochemistry, metallurgy, and STORE INC.

Michael's, Siesta Ke p i Inrtraitloa and her friend, Mri- Patrick lobe Orlando Catholle Junior ert Jones, Jerry Richardson Kevin eves crime detection( An ex< 4721 St. 0,. Bl, TrilHi.
It Mirthi'S
Sarasota Sartietai, Oar Lady Murphy, from Philadelphia high School basketball champion pictured McNulty, Paul Mlka, Richard Con.sUntini ample of the use .f neutron

WEST CHURCH ST. QoefB! ef Martyrs laraiolat, The Soutr"est Coast Deanery are, from left foreground Con ; third rows I Kenneth New, >,\\**\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\< Ill-till, OrUr.de

St. Jtieph's Bradeatoai St. iftyjatloni/ 'displayed their! sad Frlcke, Randall Winkler, John Robert Vliiuro, Francis ''CUsaoD, Moving

FISH MARKET Btraard's, A... Maria! It- histories and press books la Ruff Michael Grant Patrick Gamy, Donald II ark In. and Thorn 8tafran win.Nup l 1 r...... n. p5wta.e.h.s. w
land Cress, a special room at the Country John RobtrtwUUa N.... ... ......... I.,'.
Holy Ptlmttleiaid George Koeroer Lawton aka ,
Rash fe.fe.J Always Club 1.t'llld. for till manager .... ...* U. ... ... MIk. ...
St. Aant'i, Raskla.Mrt pun i middle roW! Kirk Keruik. Robe ... <.,.. .-.. N IkMlM -
LOWERS, OYSTERS Ptt ::. m.-..l,. If .......,...
CLAMS, SHRIMP Robert tuclo president t"n'1V JI
of It. Joseph's Guild,
CRAIMEAT, SNAPPER welcomed the guetts. Mrs.
G ry'. Duck Inn
Robert Wilson and Mrs, John
ell W dims GA 2.3311Spring
... ...
area p. a wen
chairmen! of
Parker were arrangements. art t e { ,nap aurae Orr JACK ILUSr
Y'r Name avur antwa...
Affiliation OM ..... SA ..Saes ---
Immediately following
SpecialAir Presidents' Annual ; wese.e.awe..mWALTER
s r" ,
Reports election of officers
Conditioner took place, with Mri. Daniel 1 r'w I

PRESEASON Brown, deanery pirliamen. .% l. MEHO l
tartan, It. Martha's. Sara "'" Clothier, Te M.. j'.oj

SERVICE iota, In charge Mrs. Richard '" The Past !a M,,,'. Rase

Rademacher, Our Lady ., ,-r lOt N. nR". (,1 ATR.Aer .
'11.95 Queen of Martyrs, Sarasota \ ... Fre. It dame. JOHN ELLIS

deem Air Conditional; a past deanery president was ...... .. ,.." .jr. i
Teller "
Only' Judge of lit" ) hAuU. Fret DeRvtry
c..,.plel. inwd.. s6.nle1 were Mrt. John Brejack St.Riphael't : ... AQUINO'SStUVlNS
Change tf rinses Charge Accounts
Mri Ambrose OTn'till, Ave ,., ; I 1'.1
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,lhbric.le..thtI .:ir centrehRnbga a prtsldent't Plat J Agile accepted six: members of 5r John Vianney from left, Mrs Julian fltrack, Mrs. JIO OrUftde A,e,. W f, IN EXPERIENCED/ HANDS"
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I .....II. ...iesOdatiM.. wood Invitation la the tad to meet with la It.Cng'e-1\:.- CharitlM the Orlando regional circle la Uw e ib fare a Isyette. Mrs Russell MclAtehey Mrs. John

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Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, March 26. 1965 ... ,
<,''I ., .J.. : ,k'.>t' Wants taxi; drivers
: ,>" \ .. 't'\"..
Architect describes .. .
new "' ..
to keep holy days
> .',:; ,

I Epiphany School, Tampa VATICAN CITY (NC) -

Pope Paul VI received! a delegation
TAMPA-A description of the newly dedicated Epiph of the Italian national
1 any of Our Lord School here has been furnished by the federation of taxi drivers and

architect, Cesar P. Alfonso of Tampa. His report follows: sympathized with the de-

The educational building nrcts all classrooms with the curt 1awu.+ mands of their calling but
for the Epiphany of Our Lord main office and the teachers' warned them! not to forget
Church consists of the first room. A program bell and afire their obligations to go to
unit of five elementary classrooms alarm system has also Mass
together with administration been provided.Heating .
and service elements N'M a "We desire that all of these
The administration wing, located is furnished by men, even those who are fallen -
at the west of the buildIng means of convectors in every away and those who are
contains the office supe- room with a boiler locatedin hostile-if there be any-may
rior'i room, sick room and the mechanical equipmentroom. know that the Pope knows the
service areas. discomforts sacrifices and
The wing located at the hardness of their life," he
In general the building hasa
the teachers' told them recently.
east contains
room, storage room and mechanical contemporary blending style with of architecture the- Newly blessed Epiphany School in TampaThe Pope Paul said he "appre

equipment room. existing construction where elates and deeply admiresthe
The floe classrooms expose the functionalism is the basic Epiphany of Our Lord School in op for the building and maintenance of the to the covered walkway connecting the promptness, the availability
their main windows to the principle of the design. Tampa was blessed Sunday by Archbishop beautiful new school Dedicated were the building to the attractive entrance drive. The and courtesy of their
north Each classroom hast Cesar P. Alfonso was the Joseph P. Hurley. Father Philip A. Bardeck first unit's five classrooms! and administrative school was designed! by Cesar! P. Alfonso genie which merit a de-
,,'o doors to the covered walkway architect. Ranon and Jimenezof C.SS.R., pastor, and members of the parish and service sections. Windows bring in architect, to support a future second floor. sen ed recompense"

connecting the entire Tampa were the general received the congratulations of the Archbish- northern light. Each classroom has two doors But. he said he fears and
building to the entrance drive, contractors
is paternally anxious lest the
and It enough to Kite
protection from the weather. Consecration set Young parish dedicatesnew Orlando Central School addition, Tampa, demands, especially of their when hard it is calling exercised

Concrete is the basic material on holy days, lead
used for the constructionof JOLIET (NC-) Bishopdes. Incarnation School DCCW to meet them to neglect, forget or fail
this building The concrete Ignate Romeo Blanchette will blessed at St. Lawrence to take into due account the

block units are insulating be consecrated titular Bishopof OCALA-Father J. rights of God, which cannotbe
type, with a grooved patternto Maxita( to serve as auxilBlshopelect ec..n.a.1 from peso >n.) The school's first four classrooms Henry (r..tlii..4 t.. es,. .>.> laid In the extension of the forgotten observance!' of
trailers used while Miron of Blessed Sacrament
the school
harmonize with the existing of a proposed eight celebrated Mast in St Law. Christian home-the Christian his law, and the sanctifies-
church. The roof deck r : was being built. classroom unit Is of masonry parish, Clermont, will be the rench Church on North St. school. tion of the day which is His"

are poured.in.place concrete, The Archbishop dedicatedthe and glazed brick (construc featured speaker at the spring Vincent Street Father Jose _. L\'a '. ....trw ai... n
new school at 9 and x 4
a m tion. The unit has admlnlslra-
supported by concrete beams deanery meeting here March Ruiz of the parish assisted
celebrated the Mass
and steel joists inside the followed. which the and principals offices 30 of the Orlando Central the Archbishop and Father
rooms The building has been Romeo and a reception room. lliggms presented him to the
It was his first official visit Council of Catholic Women.
designed to support a future people
second floor Blanchette T'r to this young parish. The Among the distinguished Mrs. Chester Kazmierczakof
The floors are resilient same evening, at 8 o'clock, guests at the dedication were DcLand, deanery president, The 3M pupils of the school, '
he confirmed 115 children and Monsignor Mark J. McLouRh- reminds members
vinyl asbestos tile on concrete : of the 35 the parishioners and the fol.
slab, and the ceilings are 15 adults In his sermon at ]1m, Monsignor John F. Scully, affiliations in the deanery that lowing Priests joined the par
acoustical tile; windows are lary Bishop of Joliet on April the Confirmation, the Arch Father Philip A. Bardeck Mass at 930; a.m. in Blessed ish clergy in assisting in the
3 in St. Raymond cathedral bishop stressed the need C.SS.R. Father Laurence E.
aluminum awning and pro- for Trinity Church at Ocala opens dedication and Mass:
here the practice of obedience to Higgins, Father Alvin Manni the day's program. i
jected type.
Walls dividing the classrooms Archbishop Egidio Vagnozzl all lawful authority especially S.D.B, Father Thaddeui Me- Business session and luncheon Monsignor Mark J Me-
apostolic delegate in the in the home Hugh, Father William will take place at the Loughlin, Father Larson J.
wood frame -
are partitions United States will be the The adult choir and grade OMeara Father John D Silver Springs Restaurant To- Elliot S.J., Father Philip A. )
covered with
resilient, channels drywallon to minImize consecrator. The Bishop.des school children joined in sing Lennon and Father Richard day Is the deadline for reservations Bardeck C. S R., Father
sound transmission. All ignate has been serving as ing the dedication hymns The Wagner CSSR to be made for the John X. Linnehan, Father sH
classrooms have a cement vicar general and chancellorof Archbishop congratulated the Chaplains to the Archbishopwere luncheon Mrs George Spon- Patrick A. O'Sullivan and Father _
enamel wainscot. the Joliet diocese, under people for their participationin father Bardeck and tak, 900 Camp Drive Ocala Thaddeus P. McIIugh. P _
Bishop Martin D. McNamara the Mass Father McIIugh Is reservations chairman. Father O'SuIlivan and Father -
Asi intercom system con- --"--- --- Bardeck led their parishes y_ _

in similar dedication _

St. John and ceremonies within the week
marking the extension of
Catholic education facilitiesin
Good Counsel a the Tampa area.

In his address at the dedication -
camps report of the St. Lawrence
School addition the Arehblthp '- 11
(C.Mlim.. Iran
Ml* nH)
In north Florida will also begin praised the continuity\ of
camping programs for the Catholic school system !. arF. te ,,.

1J en June 13. the nation. Palms come from Florida

Father Philip Halstead, en For anyone who is a Priest In Florida's tropical clime, native palm plants
the west coast, asks parentsto y he said, this above all Is his grow abundantly, Fulfilling the requirement that
begin now to plan for the kT : In Training the''knowledge' youthfulminds of palms to be blessed for Palm Sunday must be

children camping at program Camp for St. John their Cod and in the ways of God. obtained from evergreen trees, a gardener cuts
For this were they ordained the bud or heart of palm In a South Florida
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ton a w. It .... MI..I..I..l. Surrounded by the crowd at the Loughlin, Father Laurence Higgins Father Patrick A. 0'Su1ll81and
"....... dedication, March 15, of the Incarnation Monsignor John F. Scully Father Thaddeus McHugh. Father

School in Tampa are, from Father Philip A. Bardeck CSSU, O'Sullivan presented Archbishop

the left, across the middle of the Father Alvin Manni S. D. n., Joseph P. Hurley to his parish 4

picture: Monsignor Mark J, Mc. Father William O'Meara CSSR, loners. : 11 s 4

9ktrm.tr .I.-Ik..*.$. IEucharistic Coming events .

I rprwtt.u parr patrmiit*
Fr. D.II..,., FR I-flit festival, March Tampa; families invited Dedication of Cathedral of Eucharistic Congress: St.

Huntington Bldg. Miami 28, 11 a.m. until 3 p.m., Mary Open House, Epiphany St, Augustine, December 8. Augustine February 20, IV*. .
Help of Christians School, Church, Venice, March 28, j
35 p.m I

n' '7-"''': Highlighting 24 Colored the Poster hutory Stamps of Orlando Spring Central deanery meeting, 'Faith of our Fathers'Weklr
Florida 400th Deanery
t f Price $1.00 I Includes d.scrip- Trinity DCCW, Church March 30, Blessed .41. ....,.... ,..,....... Prl.. .r 9e DL..1at. ,
tivt folder with stamps t Ocala. A".lft. tlet's t
j 1tJ' mailing. Writ. to: omen's day of recollection '
St WIlham Church Key. Jacksonville WIVY, 1050 i.
Florid Peitw Stamps stone Heights April 0. Saturday, 12:10:1 p.m. go to McDonald'sfor f

-- .- Land P. O 0 lakes Boa I7S FU.GAINESVILLE'S Mens day of recollection, St. Augustine WFOY'. 1240Ic a new taste treat '
April 11, Sam. until
noon, Saturday, 12:10: p.m.
Bishop Barry High School, St
n lta>eas.rweetttt.. Petersburg, all parishes invited Daytona Beach WNDS, $11$0 ic McDonald'sFiletOFish
Saturday, 1210:1 p.-"
Low Sunday Pilgrimage to Melbourne WMEG, no i.
Mission of .Nombre de Dlos, Saturday, 12:05: p.m.

St. .\uguvtine, April 23; or- Tallahassee WTNT, 1450 h
I dinallnn of Print) 10 a.m., Saturday, 12:10: p.m.
at America's Oldest :MUslon. .. l
Crisp e d 901d. Fist O'F.II: wooed
WDS, 1340IcS.
HUGH EDWARDS INC. Chicken barbecue benefit, City .+urday, 12:10 p.m. ppo9; hot onol e plump, 9ddew bun wll;
April x,11 p m, St. Joseph teify torte MIKe to 9''''
41 OTBT parish. l.orftto.Cov.r Madison WMAF 1230Ic you a reel e-veohxe 'In good ... ., .
rr. riTRicxi PARISH AND scnooi d dish supper, April Saturday 11:45: ..Ift. |lewd only 24c) '.i

N. .. Itt* .A,.. A lit B4r," 23 from S to 7 p.m., St Gainesville WDVH 910 i. f.f.pIeoIty
Charles social hall, Orlando. Tued.y 9:10: ,.11I. .

Bazaar, May 2, Bletted!'
Ocala WMO", .00 le ,, .f"l
Lubricated Your Windows Trinity parish Jacksonville, _
Use 'LCWa. Aluminum letely lubrt-\ P.. .T fried! chicken. dinner 12 to 8 Saturday, p.Ift. ..It' u:

cant, the proven easy way to hive II pmDCCW Lakeland WDIO, 5'0 'c
Clean, Lena.Letting V.lvety Smooth convention, May S3: Sunday, 5:00: p.m." look for the golden arches.
Ramada Inn Cocoa Beach
operating Window, Door, lock Orlando WlAJ, 1430 'c
Fishing. Tackle. Gun, Fold ng Furniture K of C state convention Saturday, 12:45 p.m."
Tools, Zipper, Etc. .. .: May 13-18. Voyager Motel. f.cDonalds.I.
Available in Squirt Cans Aerosols Dayton Beach St. Petersburg WPiN uo Ic
Quarts Gallons et matt Builder Retreat for women, Jane Sunday, 1000; a.m. .,... u a.syl. OII. kDM.I a.: ,.,_
Supply, Piint end Herdwere Store 13 to 18. Academy of Holy I1 CYrOooooo..Cra Iw
Mfrd. by Eugene Dornnh & Son, a Names, Tampa. Clearwater WTAN 1J4
Since 1952 f n rot w. I Dedication ef fewer lag Saturday, 12:45 p.m. (There*! one near your!)

'7SSW.12th St.. Cross, September I. Mliiln Sarasota WS"S, 1450 ic
Pompano Beech, Florid. ef Nenibr!' de Dlu, St. Aujut- Saturday, 12:15 I P 1ft"

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