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: April 2, 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 )
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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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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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work of Catholic doctrinaland Mary Ambrose mother u-
VOL. XXVI Xo. M Orlando, Florida, Friday, April 2, 13 10< in Catholic moral teaching and behind oral), and her compartW..

this he laid, the work of pure patrio Mother Mary Alonso ftfte' d
of holy dedica tism In action. Worcester

and beauti He the pontifical The first floor ef the convent
Retreats scheduled are the Ideals blessing to the congregation has been enlarged te
assembled for the eccaslon. give more space to the chapel
I six million the refectory, the communityroom
schools, Monsignor McNulty presented and the kitchen. On the
')' are a source the Archbishop to the people second floor eight new cell
during Holy Week for the Ht too gave special were added besides the cups-
I and a source thanks to the people and to '. suite The new construe
their beloved the dedicated, consecratedwomen tion provides a pantry laundry
who have charge of trunk room and enclosed
JACKSONVILLE-Each year during Holy Week, My of going to thanked St Patrick School patio for the convent
Catholic high school students in the Diocese of St Augustine aides hearing lectures Patrick' par The buildings<< were considerably

are given the opportunity to make a retreat Mon timely! topics for youth. the Priests and enlarged<< by thenewly

I signer Mortimer Danaher director of schools has blessed construction
announced Pope mourns
Thomas Madden Jr. A I.A.,
that retreats will be given on April 12. 13 and Miami war the architectThe
14 for students of Catholic high schools in the Diocese for victims ofearthquake

and a day of recollection will be offered to Catholic students new second story dSt
Patrick School adds tsar
attending public
St. Aagnstlne-St. Joseph new permanent classrooms
schools on April 10. Academy, retreat master Father and office. The school now
Priest have been asilgned Richard J. Bow lei. offers II rlnMrooms (for ta VATICAN CITY .(NC) -
to be retreat masters at the enrollment of 402 pupils. Pope Paul VI hat expressed
Public school students
following ichooli: profound sorrow at the eirth-
meet at the Catholic Construction Is of
High steel and
Jackeonville-Bishnp Kenny quake which took more thai
School listed' above the concrete" with, brick facadeto
High School retreat mailer N WO lives in Chile when ht received
for boy, Father Michael V. previous Saturday April 10. match existing structures. the credential ef that
The order of retreat mitten St. Patrick' addl
Gannon convent
retreat master for South American nation' new
li the tame as the above. 1 tlnn the Slater ofMercy
Father John Bluett
ambassador to the Holy See.Pope .
Orlando Bishop i Moore Besides the day of recollection of the Worcester, Maitachusetti .
High School, retreat master given at the diocesan : dlnces. who staff Paul told Ambassador
for Father schools then the ichool. Among the guests Clement' Perei Zantrta of hi!
boy, Michael J. high will be
grief st the damage censed
Larkin; retreat mister for three others. y
a Pinollas Parkdodication by the :Mirth M dlsister,
girls, Father Lawrence P. In the Cocoa Rockledge

Redmond.St. area, Father Carl R Forth- Ignoring the usually very
Petersburg Bishop ofer will\ conduct a day of i sot formal protocol of an auo>
Barry High School retreat recollection] on that tame Sat. PINEILA1' PARK-Arch. hence with a new envoy Pope
master, Father James A. Father Paul laid on March 30:
urday Timothy All. bishop Joseph P. honey willofflclatt
Larkin; Notre Dame Academy man win be In Gainesvilleand : L at the dedicationof "Sadntu arises iponta-
retreat master, Father Father' Patrick Caverlywill the addition to Sacred crossly In our soul In contemplating .
James A. Fojnei.Davtona be in Tallahassee Heart 5<'hoolln Plnellai Park << 10 many ruins which
Reach-Father Lopes the tremendoui. nt.e' '1",
Father James F. Gloekler Invites )
Pastors, notificationof
High School retreat matter upon all the people ef the has caused In your country!
the retreat schedule,
Father Lawrence S. Cunningham were
families without homer hurt.dredt .
requested to announce theday area to attend this blessing ;
of recollection after on Sunday, April 4, at JUS; wounded In a tragic and
filflot.-e.rdinal Mooney ,
1i" riches
unexpected moment ,
Masses on April 4 In order ta am :
High School Father Bernard r. The Prints, Slsteri andpeople the fruit of long and patient
ss public school
J. McFadden.
work destroyed without warning
from neighboring par
I.akeland-Santa Fe HipS students at possible.Principals Ishei art asked to join Faher ; the whole nation plungedInto
<- retreat master, Father ear f public high ( GlotU.,', parishionersIn mourning and ttari"
Thomas I D. Finn.1telMwrseCentral schools were asked to announce celebrating this occasion The Pope sent a telegramof

Catholic the day of recollectionover Mast will/ be offered(( at noon condolence and an unspeoIfled
High School, retreat marter their public address systems Monsignor John ( not after which this new rooms turn of money to Riul
Father Michael llamas In this way, official(( at V.G? right, and III.Wflr'V'.1) Cottrell will he. open for Inspection Cardinal Silva Henrique of

han the diocesan Department of while Archbishop Gloekler' In addition, there will be in Santiago for aid to ,urYtvelrl.II. .
(learwster-Central Catholic Education hope all Catholic bleaaee crucifixes opportunity for everyone to also gave the new. ambit-
High School retreat mat high school students will accept view the traveling art exhibitof sailor other fund to be vied
ter. Father Thomas FEar their Invitation to this the Diocese in relief work.
nee. short retreat

Tampa-Tampa Catholic Beginning' the day of recollection Titusville
High School, retreat matter, students will attenda rn Sister Columbcille
Father John P. Caulfield.St. 9 a m Mast The day will r I
Petenburg-St Pant end with Benediction of the funds for
High School retreat master, Most Blessed Sacrament Students ( ) serve d in Florida 39 years

Father Patrick A. Quinn will have an oprortua- \' ,- ; .

C lumb 'ille Whyt. had known her In Jackson
an ap) Federal aid bill passedby general campaign.. will I { Augustine on Thura' .lay. March 28. Requiem vllle neral.The.wire present for the ft

pitted' on April 11. t by Mom signor John P Hums at the
thll'II., I tat Saturday Sister Columb- Slilert' choir stag.
House to Senate The funds will be used
goes ( of *t. Jo- and Iht resident tUoVnli alM.
the budding of a school ..., Worth rlorldt Her lent ec Joseph Academy formeda
WASHINGTON' (.NC)-The How pieced President" bon and the reduction of live years were spent' there guard tf h nr afeag the
L\-n 153 after' three days of debate. d, hi' IMS readied! at Immaculate Content when the remtlts
r"Wr plant of the / In Miami before returning
Approval of the to FhwMa In were takes 'tram the ehapeU
measure was praised by Monaignor "
rail for a large library, to the mothtrnouie" In
Frederick G. HochwaJt director of the Department of mlnltfrilloa effire, f of St. Joseph| I U". Celebrant ., the Rtqultni
Education of the National CoUmfxilU$ Sister Mary Columbcillt<< li Mass, Monslgnor Bum., wit
Catholic Welfare Confer Parochial end other privateach.el pil'i .rn ". eight ... f ., In metal survived. ) by a brother" I tennisVthyte assisted In the sanctuary bykl"naignnr
storage room and! (
tart peptic la the tame low kHMge. cities. and' !Ms family M Patrick E, Nolan
"I cnncratnlate the members Inrcine bracket wtuld be.e. <' 1 bi M, Rum. New York ixher rela. Monsignor Mortimer Danaher -
Over JflO will lives are living In Ireland father Daniel C Heg-
of the House of Repretentative fit tkrvegli etlmsbie I. Them men i war sent to
he said. "The by local' paW, M......| flv porlHiswt M the parish ) ... the IKitrr" Celumlirlllt'i<< remtmtert arty and Father Joseph Dug
bill now enjoys a delicate. balance Irirts .f shared. tenicet and pails on April 4, the ", i l brought to Rt JimfhCimvefit gas Acolytet were JamesTaylor
that ghee premise of a facllltW-s. appeal day John B D' y* firs chapel sot ro..ry and Donald Otlveroi.
realistic program that wilt Jr will bead up the ","" 'I Rrhool and! service was Friday ivrnmiMtreh Monsignor Hums recalled
Improve edurttiMi for bothpublic President J...... in paler commute* H* wtn be ... Astm|>ttMi M Following the cut the Influence hi the life of
and private school chit- big adoption of his ,........,. H by Hewlett T "" ternary night'' vigil, the IIII. Attttr Miry ColumbrUI of
dUll predicted Senate approvalwin Jnhn 1liluam Hkkmen t tars of St Joseph front their t SI Francs Xavler CabrlnL
".. |> 'rlnr .! At- Slater had been to
.. privilege
/ andenUifttiatm
"We earnestly hope latth.t cene ttspa4di Vire charrm.e.FAs varlmia" convents In the date
al lit *rl|
." << know this saint.1 God duringher
assembled for tKt ft" <'llffl'
balance will be .'In- and Mahoney, \ ( l Incise 1I1"f'1' |
life and
time << had been
tamed through te enactment" The b'i apfireval> he MM!. J Mania sal] Jam.e << the year Nigh Mass on 1I.lwrd'1 morning teed by her that the would
be said. "Is the breakthrough HAfue are tectivn March V
greatest .rt I I..* !ISIS serve God In the Kmith.PaUbcarert .
in the advance ef e4uratnitore Drs was chairmen are ; Interment followed In San
Mtasigiwr HurkwiM<< ka4 the CosM$. wai Mph R. Reth.nb.rg UaniferrH to IAlrtnlO Cemetery' friends' of were X L. f etIsrer
kicked the ND la tettlmmiybtftre who C I. Zim, John Atar -
written." R Coonry. JotM Brteskt.. "' In Like Utter Xlary Cohimbrffit u
ceegrettloaal commitleet. ter. gun Bond. e.ek hasp
s 1 e", and Pirli RagwaltDeath

The Ill btDKm Johnson :

bill, whack new goes to the recalls
Senate propotet three manr

programs and te secondary.....t elementary educa heroic work

trees It would provide about 11 of CardinalT

blues aatwalty to public
school datrtcu under a form I': RIN I (NO) MturUiorufatti

ola based chiefly en the aunv Fottatl M, Arcn
her of children ta school who bishop" of Turin, Italy for the

tome> from famines earning 7 past 35 teats, died' hire
lest than |3n> a year The March 3D after a long Ills.\ ...
grant wewld be half of the Hit drain reduced the cot
ilatt'i rest el e<*ucatto for t !*(' of ardinalt to 101 mem
tact ..,11II. IP'IOptimistic; 1 here.

aid I'.,. )'1.. XI had aimed
on him t (trdlMl. st this tomb

KVSHINGTOV |NC"" .President lacy tf Merck U, IM3.
Lywdna B. Jofccmn
Cardinal fottatl born
has haled
H sad to education bul on May 21. 1I7, In Arena,
"Cd Italy one of M children ef a
ctboa is our number
"poor lamely Ht was ordained<
One Cry, .. said la a Largo
a Priest In 108
itatemend i March %7J foDowtag .
He became an outstandingpreaefcef
lltwM apfvMtJ of the CoAtbVr bl>. enlarged fa< hj*1t'1t) at St Patru-k i ( ... a t"4. "f 16 rlMro' ,,mi 'tn the and
an authority ena
IIJ ...... MlTVit
we are .latttteg that la way .., Largo, weft tfce s..c
cttM be gwafs..em| af eveey UMe4ucau tW tooJ. art ei.es>i.n1' tint mA sot 4 was Ulllled Buhup of

be er she can take* tat .....* 0 tc pMl by tke Setters of Meats of UKAT1I, back page


.. The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 2,1963

Reports / I DCCW corner ]

Jacksonville April 3, which is to be offeredfor Lantana RELIVE the history of Florida In the Deanery

world peace. The Cenacle Retreat Houseat 1i'1 Trail at the spring meetings. From the Gulf to the

ST. PAUL lie congratulated members Lantana has scheduled Retreats we have been learning fascinating facts about
Father John Schroder S.J. of a new circle, St. Ann's, re for each weekend in
+ of souls by diocesan
MassesIn 9 Catholic conquest.
will speak at all the cently organized Lenten and Easter v 1
the season
St Paul Church on Sunday Installation of officers will Retreatmasters will Include i i other Priesti from the ,

April 4, announcing the Mission be held Thursday April 22 at7pm Father Eugene Leso CP, of DeSoto to the pres

that will be held for one in the Thunderbird ,
April 2 and 9; Father Gerald 4 '
ew.1.11 !Mrs. James
week in Monsignor PatrickE Restaurant. F. Reilly CSSR., April 23; 1 / { deanery reviews of his

Nolan's parish. and Father Rodney T. Kis- background this spring Lacher

Th visiting Priest will Sarasota singer S.J., April 30. _: in Bradenton where

preach the Mission at every QUEEN OF MARTYRS Days of recollection scheduled ((1963 version) and his ,

evening devotion. Mission Father Joseph P. Moran will be one on Thursday : k't -in all their wr, DCCW

Masses during the week will will Install the newly elected April 8, beginning at 10 a.m. regalia greeted the

be offered at 8:30: and 8:30: officers of his parish guild and closing about 3:15: p.m.A of the Southwest 4 presidentIt

..m. There will b* evening during a ceremony at the second one will take placeon L r DCCW Deanery.

devotions at 7:30: o'clock; on 10:IS Mass, Sunday, April .4. Tuesday, April 20. &AAt te JacksonUlle will be of Interest to a3
every day except Saturday. The Mass will be offered forth Further information may be Father Michael V. In the St. Augustine DCCW to

CHRIST THE KING living and deceased memo obtained by contacting the -SI.. JoseorYj. Palm Bay told his audience of hear that one of the prlnct
bers of the Guild of Our Lady Cenacle Retreat House 1400
Mrs. Daniel Japour was St. Augustine DCCW pal speakers at our very first
unanimously reelected president Queen of Martyrs. South Dixie (Route 1)), Lantana Mrs. Henry Levy of Eau Gallle's Bay, from left, Mrs. Stanley Malecki about the early days convention was Abbot Francis -

of the Guild of Christ the Mrs Calvin Lallurd Is the JUstice 22534. Ascension Women's Guild is picturedat Mrs. John Golden, Mrs. Harold Bryant, Catholic Church In Flor Sadlier 0.S.B. of St Leo

King Church, Arlington, dur new president; Mrs. Vincent. right on the occasion when she installed Mrs. Alva Edman and Mrs. John Man and the work of our first Abbey and the title of his talk

ing the regular meeting held Mercadante Mrs first vice Abraham president Tampa the officers of St Joseph par. talas. Mrs. Mantalu Is president BI I I. h e p Auguitln was "Catholic" Records of
Thursday night, March 25, in ; EPIPHANYThe in Palm Florida.
second vice.president; Mrs iah'i Catholic Women's Club
the clubhouse. Elected to Guild of Epiphany of Orlando-Central DCCW
John Calbert, recording secretary Our Lord parish has invited Is said that men can learn
serve with Mrs. Japour were Palm Bay Deanery delegates scheduledto
and Mrs. Domlnlo to settle the
Mrs. Hollies Crisp, first vice- : parishioners to Join with themin history how meet this week in Oc.l.for .
Barnabel, treasurer Carberry speaks of of today; let's hope
for kitchen
Mrs. Jack Morgan giving presents their will
president; spring meeting,
The'newly Installed officers and to the Benedictine Father James A. Lowe reports it is not too laU to start
second vlce.presldent dining areas
; Silver Here too
see Springs.
will be the honored at a the following schedulefor homework. ,
Mrs. E. F, Menninger, secretary Sisters who staff the be found colorful
breakfast at the Sarasota Bay school. Th Forty Hours Devotion in ecumenism at enthronement San Antonio 422 women can exciting
; and Mrs Marvin Him. parish presentation history of the Indians and in
Country Club Whitfield Es. his parish at Palm Bay, April the West Coast DCCW
will take ?
treasurer. place on April the .
melberg, the records of early Spanish
tates. Mrs. Thomas Ryan, in 44: attended Mass in the
Father James Judge COLUMBUS (NC-COncern) for ecumenism wu explorers who tell of letting *
charge of arrangements will 11 a m. Mass on Sunday; 8 little church dedi
C SS.R. New Smyrna Beach ""''''''''''"""" \\" ,. by Bishop John J. Carberry In his first a base In the
be assisted by a committee. a m. Mass, Monday; and 7 pressed to St. Anthony. This is up camp
showed slides of "The Holy Mass Tuesday. pronouncement u spiritual head of some 170,000 Catholics original Catholic Church great forest at Ocali.
Subscribe p.m.
Several hundred people attended
Shroud of Turin"Father the house at the The Sunday ((8 p.m.) and ln this central Ohio present There also were area. It stands as a And so, on to Cocoa Beach

W. Thomas LarkIn, open of Martyrs Monday (7:30: pm.) evening diocese representatives of 0 t h to the faithful who where not only Church historybut
Our Lady Queen
attendance at
pastor, urged new Now services will be holy hours Bishop Carberry said "I Christian communities. in the practice of our affiliation historieswill
the 8:30: a m. Mass In Christthe School on Sunday, March with Benediction of the Most humbly and prayerfully dedicate religion during times of be highlighted in all the

King Church on Saturday, 21st ""'"'"''uu"' "" ,,,"' Sacrament. Bishop Carberry and distrust. It color and
.-. ....-..-- Blessed myself with the 'gentle was pageantry of 16th
was named by the
Evening; Mass and solemn and strong hope' mentionedby States Bishops' too that the business century Spain.It .

dose of Forty Hours will take Pope Paul VI" to the causeof was held in the new
} place on Tuesday, April 6, at ecumenism "so that the on ecumenical affairs to Student Center at was most gratifying t*
wa its subcommlssion for conducting talk te the
various affiliationhistorians
:? 7 o'clock. Confessions will be prayer of our dear Lord may Leo College. The Priests
ti 1 P the dialogue with
P heard each evening during someday be realized-'Holy brothers of St. Leo Abbey throughout the Diocese
National Council of
Forty Hours at 8:30 o'clock. in served who are working se
Father, keep thy many genera
major .
x those whom thou hast givenme of Catholics throughout very diligently to han their
of Orthodox and histories ready not only for
Petersburg that they may be one, and have contributed
+ TRANSFIGURATIONFather even as we are one.' communities. to the educational as display at our DCCW contention .

L of about ecumenism as to the spiritual needs but also for the Dlocesaa
li Edward Mulligan, The former Bishop Lafayette Speaking
_dl' assisted by Father John Bolger Indiana, voiced his 1 Bishop Carberry Slid young people.

will install the officersof views In the sermon at his "One of the great hopes Some have written all over

the Women's Guild on enthronement (March 25)) as which John XXIII implement the United States for pictures
April 6 at 6 p.m. in the social the seventh Bishop of Colum for the (Second Vatican of their original officers.

hall bus in St. Joseph's cathedral Council was the fulfillment work Others have uncovered orig

here. Archbishop Karl J. the wish of the Great Shepherd inal letters and other historic .
Lakeland' Alter of Cincinnati, officiatedas when he prayed MOINES! (NC-Blsh.) documents that they

ST. JOSEPH the installing prelate. there would be one fold George J. Bishop has said did not know existed until

Father William J. O'Far- Four Archbishops and some one shepherd. Pope most important task they started to delve into the
40() marched in the
rell spoke to the women of Bishops XXIII yearned for the in his new office as put. All were unanimous in

the Altar Society of his procession. The congregation. of Christianity. fifth Bishop of Des Moines saying that what they thoughtat
overflowed the 800 seat cathedral
.. parish recently on the new "At the conclusion of be put into effect the di- first would be an arduous
Seven members of
liturgy. In explaining the third session" Bishop Carberry and decrees which task has turned out to be one

changes on the altar itself, Carberry's family were said, "his hope from the Second ".. of the most fascinating projects }

Father O'Farrell stressed the realized in the Council. they have ever under.

simplicity and greater view Brandon document published as Biskup. former aux taken. Without a doubt, a

of the Sacrifice of the Mass. NATIVITYThe Decree on Ecumenism" Bishop of Dubuque, suc visit to the exhibit room will

Father FtuelL noted that C.tholic..Women'l Clubof The post-enthronement 1.'I'w. Bishop Edward C, Daly, be a "must" on everyone's

Queen of Martyrs ,:open. hollse= :.:::::: : : ..!We it-wlll take adjustmentto the Church of the ]Nativity tivities honoring Bishop was killed last November agenda at the convention

appreciate the new liturgy, has Installed new officers berry included a reception a Rom plan (crash as When your history Is completed

Grades one and two, taught by Si.. Lord's life. Each class presented a with time everyone will find These women will assume Orthodox Protestant an leader of the Des send it to Mrs. Arthur

ter Eva Mary of Our Lady Queen of program during the open house which the new liturgy meaningfuland their new posts: Mrs. Richard Jewish clergy, and \. diocese. T Snyder 123 Auclla Hold

Martyrs School Sarasota, presented wu held on March 21 at the Sarasota beautiful. Sullivan, president, Mrs. Warren tion for the Sisters and was enthroned (March Cocoa Beach, Florida. The

their depiction of the Miracles of Our schooL New officers were Installedfor Moucha, first vice.president of the dioctit.Layman ) by Archbishop James J. deadline is April 24, 1963.

the Altar Society at last ; Mrs. Quentin Wright, of Dubuqne. Some Your affiliation president

Father Joseph P. Moran, the story of Norway in song month's meeting Assumingtheir second vice president; Mrs. named persons crowded St. Am has all the information on ad-

pastor, and Sister Lucella Sisters of St. Joseph of Car duties are Mrs Brannen Dorian Morley recording secretary cathedral for the rites. lance registration at the

St. Petersburg OSF., principal, welcomedthe dmal Mooney High School Kendrick, president Mrs. ; Mrs. William Godwin, DUBLIN (\C-A layman women's convention, so make
Sarasota and School Sistersof Paul Smith vice president; corresponding secretary; Oswald Dow ling, has Archbishop 22 Bish your reservation
parents, friends and parishioners St. Francis Incarnation Mrs William Grenfell, treasurer Mrs. Robert Steinbauser named head of the newly an Abbot and some MO hope to early
se* you all at the
to the opening. School Sarasota, were among ) and Mrs. George MacDonald treasurer, and Mrs. Thomas tablished press relations were in the procession Ramada Inn Cocoa Beach

DANIEL) T. WINTER & CO. During the general assembly the guests. secretary.. Hamilton historian. fice of the Dublin the cathedral. Civic dig May M. ,

HoipiftlSchool BondslOIFUridaThtatretUg. In the school auditorium, present were headed

St. rtnburg the students including provided two entertainment puppet .. Sunday Mass Schedule in the DioceseClip Lt. task Fulton Governor which lies and ahead Mrs. As Sis always La..hf'rSt.

Miont 162-0381 shows, calisthenics, choral ( and MV*. This icKtjul conftini th* I.t... (lnferm,ten! from the ptriiUi.) be not only the careful

numbers, poems and square ANNA, MARIA IIIAID utwyno.ss MOil TIC ILLS 10510.1 prayerful study of the Petersburg

dancing. a.. E.rn.rd 1. I::11. It:It SL Philip Ned II:IIHlllH It Mirtirx An louii I.ii. t II. II. 11 and decrees of
ArorKAHlfk trklMfllSt. lot Ir4.. Ilk lul.rt II Mitti' Air III."" it:...
Edouard C. CraTe Grades one and two, religion School Auditorium S Wiit.IMn tophi lUrlt SSt. Ind itk. B.II<..,. fKtw IABAIOTA council but the timely pa i
nAxm >u.tB IeOIAN ..0III.r.. rout kimnfQUM 1*rir >llM t It, I. 111, and delicate application
Ctohtdtf a* Eva Mary, presented an orig IURTOWSt IkTIKLAtBIXUlMlOk ( rtr. Slut t. a.:5 ID .It, .. It:11. U .
of the Life Thorn*. I:II, It II Il Saw ISt INA alAtl ... lambs to our state of life," Ti) a1 lies Nurvtif" ; Hone
Vfeft t.4efJ, CemteW interpretation RAT riKKt .t.B!!tM |MT.4 H..rt I 11. '. 115. 11 t II. I. .. 15. II 'U. II Biskup said. for tt>. fn! ... i" Nsrneg
of Christ The fourth grade VA C.nl.r III: 1:11: It :01 Lad, .l "011.... T'II. II US OfALABM .<.M| I.II, tl : Hem COre.
MouIeTtt* social studies class presented BIILIVIKWSV jAtkkONViLLBAuumptlon ) ..I Trlntir t. 111, Ita.: IIWIVOIBSJIMM4
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MemorialDAYTON lllh A... Cti.P.l t, t CkrIM Ik. Kin* OM. IhiptiiM IV. Ill ....1 t. II Petersburg. Tampa
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Name Church (NC-A) |2 Smil- : T:ii. i,. 11:ii, 11111 I.II it. A."... ... t1.ur1. I. .* of the College of
Holy lion John F, Kennedy Memorial OOBMILLB Holy Monrr (Uur. au I. II .II 1:,11,11115: : I T, rtT.B..rBl. e St. Joseph on the Ohio ,
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Pope Paul Three- The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 2,1988

denouncessecularism t Focus on history gains momentumat


St. Augustine DCCW deaneryBy

ROME (NC) Pope Paul
VI denounced "unbridled see $ flI Angela Cox James Mlckler who lived lathe
nlarism" in a sermon at Publicity chairman of the settlement now known as
Rome's St. Joseph's! church St. Auruitlne DCCW Deanrry Council Palm Valley, was acquaintedwith
when b. celebrated Mass In JACKSONVILLE More than 200 women of North Bishop Verot, the Priest
Italian on the second Sundayof Mid. During those unsettled
Florida and their
pastors were here March 24 for the
Lent (March 14)). days, a pastor traveled miles
spring meeting of the St
Auguatine Deanery CouncU of
and miles
The Pope'a sermon was cover his territory
bailed on the episode In which Catholic Women. The outgoing president, Mra. Agular and when the Priest arrived

Christ asked St Peter what I Reyes, of St. Augustine'a Cathedral -pariah congratulatedher at the Diego area ha
be thought of the Son of MaIL i successor, Miss Idle would accept the overnight
Mass celebrated Father
1 Murphy of Tallahassee's by hospitality of the Stickler
Pope Pan! asked what Ida Blessed Sacrament James F. Edwards, spiritual family.
snoden world weald reply te ww4t The pariah. moderator for the deanery The program under the direction .
deanery' '
this question. He answered meeting was Mra. James L Lacher of of
held In the Friday Musical DCCW Mrs. Eugana:
Bradenton. president
"Modern man does not want auditorium. announced detailed plans for Darche of Jacksonville compared -
Chriat! la reign Indeed ha r Misj Murphy via elected the diocesan! convention. It the deanery purpose ta
want Him removed. Ra JL ; -111 .r with the following deanery officers will feature the history of the a well-eared for garden.
An Invitation to hold
want to cancel Hit cam and .g ; Mrs Dan Stoufer' of Council in conjunction: with the
fall meeting ta Gainesvillewas
Hit presence. It h an in- Jacksonville Beach, vice- the history of the Diocese
bridled, secularism which always president; Miss Helen Swisher Each affiliation is expectedto relayed from Mrs. Carrie
eorgwe before the doors Cathedral parish organization installs officers of Lake City secretary; and put on display Its history Palmer past national NCCW
Of ew churches and rages .ta Mrs. Joseph Gill) of Starke and all artifacts of historical president and past dlocesaa
many auuntilesL"But The Hotel Pone da Leon In St Spanish ladies wen' new officers treasurer; Mra. Robert McCarter treasurer Interest to the assembly,, DCCW president who la M

spa know wbe Christ Augustine wan the Betting last of the Ladies' Guild and Altar Society second vice-president; 1.11'8. John Elected to serve en the There will be no committee honorary board life member of thediocesan
of directors
... We know that Ha is f our Sunday for a, reception for Monsignor who were installed at a previous Versaggi president; Mon.lgnofBum. diocesan New board of directors exhibits this year Four workshops Mrs. Clarence Williams la-

baste* ear BfM, on Joy oat John P. Burns, marking the ceremony that afternoon. and Mra. Seddmg< ; Mra. Jo- were :Mrs Lena Clemens which should be both stalled the new officers placing
bope, oar way and at* goal. local celebration of his investiture The installing officer from Jacksonville aeph Sequfirm' first vice-president! ; of Melroie Mrs. Alvin educational and Inspiring to them under the protection

Vtrangthm MA hi Jesse aa a domestic prelate. More than Beach Mra. Cyril Sedating Mra. J. Edward Cox parliamentarian Bailey' of Ponte Vedrs Beach all affiliates, will be given, of 8t Catherine Laboura.Mrs. .
said Mrs. Lacher,
Christ h yew hearts. His face 300 friends gathered to congrat- ia pictured with the parish organ-! ; and Mrs. Joseph Usina, :Mrs Leo Vlnion and Mrs. Father Michael V. Cannon, Reyes the outgoing
(fc ben at eat aenls aid late him on the papal honor. At. ration officers and their pantor, aecretary. The costumes dramatizethe ville.Robert Swsney .f Jackson director of the Mission of president congratulated the

ids Is fee way w. mast say tending the reception costumed asCM from left: Mrs. Frank Redmond city'a 400th anniversary. Nombro da Dlos In St. Augustine new officers and thanked bet
together hi ftc Oiarehi Lad'" Mr.V.. J. Kenym' Jr., gave the deanery' delegates officers and chairmen tot
I bale,..* their assistance during IMftwo.Mr
Jacksonville .
served as chairman a stirring review of his
Papa PSND dwtrfbuted ODD Pope Paul VIAdvises of elections; Mrs. Arthur book "Rebel Bishop" terror

sjatmka to many lick parsons Rlchman Jacksonville credentials "Fifteen bandred Catholic
roduce blessedAMBATO
(chairman and Mrs.J. .
wba had been glee special were going regularly .. Mini,
pUoac near the altar Oa new approach to liturgical changes judge of elections.Hospitality St.. Augustine, la Florida by the time the (NO-Nearly
Waving h church ha gavel Pilgrims! landed at Plymouth 100,000 persona from Ecuadorand

a abatable and a ahaltea aa VATICAN CITY (NC-Pope) I'aul1 has pointedout Pope Paul. said the new approach come the new changes In the the meeting was by Monsignor extendedfor Rock" ha related. This Is the the neighboring nations
wet aa some seep tar the that the confusion and the annoyances arising from must be different and liturgy and told his listeners Patrick E Nolan V.r. diocesan story whirl will be told daring of Tenetuala, Colombia and
Pan attended the 14th taUnnational
root.Betonrmg the new liturgical changes inevitable and that they must understandthat DCCW moderator the QnadricraJrnnlaLfc1,
to the Barby are spring from must work ta banlih! the and trait and flower fair
Doe kamTla school from very nature of a practical "Pl..h II, of the faithful the new reform "this pastor of St. Paul Church Father Cannon noted that iere,
mflcanca and value of holy spiritual renaissance cannot here, and Mrs. C M. I Bu.pre.ldrnt.
reform seated In the audience
whose chapel be had walked M....
Mass, but rather a certain present al holy come about without cooperation on behalf of members Mrs. J. Fellewlag a community
0. Uslna
of the Cathi
hi prooaasioa to tile church, 'peaking at his regular spiritual indolence whkh did without Mass In the cathedral opining
your voluntaryand of St. Paul's Guild.
"Before It was enough toassist dral Altar Guild la St. Augu-:
Pope Paid was given a large the fair (March 11)) Bishop
weekly general audience on not want to expand any personal serious participation. The session began with the tine. Her rrandfather. the l lab
aon tot shanty collected by St Patrick's day, the Pontiff ( effort of intelligenceand Now one must participate Bernardino Echavcrria of
its students and St Joseph's noted that the confusion and participation for a better Before, one's presencewas Ambato blessed flowers and
parishioners Before leaving consequent annoyance experienced understanding and a better enough. Now attention fruit at the cathedral These
the school operated by the by many people offering of the mOlt sacred and action are required. Before vera later distributed among
Servants of Charity, he visited causes disturbances at Mass religious act." some were able to doze he sick and aid people tolotpltala.
Father Nicola Clcchltto who and does not permit the peace The Pope warned his listeners and perhaps! talk Now this is .
has been bedridden for more and quiet of old. not so One must listen and
not \to believe that after
tian pray"
yeas But the Pope said, In some some time they will be ableto
Gets crackers eases hi the past there was return to the "quiet devout Pope Paul said he had been + n Daytona Beach
not really a "true dcvoUoa and lazy practices of the delighted greatly to receive t
READING OMe (fNQ-Fa- and a true sense of the sige part" letters from those who wet
her Matthias Shi Pang front CIRO'S
Taiwan was having his first
Guffaw Made
meal at Mount Notre Dane Drep.eC.eep.I
convent h..... Mooslgner It''Us I Sendee.
Charles T. Murphy aonrent r 1650 N. OWe( "Fr ewer

chaplain said N would be + e. New Smyrna l-nil
nice tf the new arrival! a r:
graduate atudent at nearby
Xavier' University, had .... .....
"crackers with his soup.* The ...cJkvOaftJsLLOYD

Print arranged off the crackers X. outside Retouched 1 t Js Talks with college- studentsFather COX

the OfRo. SvppL.a. .
dining room aa
welcome-Chinese flrecraek w Henry' J. Mlron of Blessed program! from the left Pete McCra.
er. ftacramrnt pariah Oermont wan a refs, Palm Beach Junior College} Nar6 J1sesl %..sI't4
guest speaker at the annual meeting Kathie Sproul Miami, Dada Junior

of the Florida region of the national College: Father Mlron; Penny Dona

Daytona BeachPRINTING Newman apontolatc which convened In hue, University of Tampa; Dan Pinee-

Winter Park lilt WHit Students came tick, Rollins College, convention chair
from Florida colleges<< to the Cstholla man.

ILl Student Center to tAke part In the

Let** Press .*

CL 1-4214.. ...*..MttI"II'I -U.eae1.ng c. Florida region of Newman Clubs iifA4airs

.a draws members to Winter Park


___ M .. Tt.lCUK Mimi brs of the Florida region Mass was celekral4 byMonliior vie Ate.4ate aleIS

Planned student meeting of Newman Club met here Howri T_ I A-'.... Newman Club of Rollins Coil lega and Orlando Junior Col. M. Margaret Mary Omrea .
144 M.see A... %51-42" I.gw.l leefltliew
Diacuaaing results of the meeting of the National Newman dub Federation lege. The activities W h day

college students at the student center Harfcto Conlin of Florida State Over M atudenta from many college throughout the concluded wtta a banquet. .... i.i.isM

W.M; fM Traveleegpee' In Winter Park were from the left University, Florida regal director aUU of Florida participateheard Mike Marlowe of Rollins College international and Dan Ilncetkh of R-lluvs: College runt aakera| dia T, Matona 0 F.R. ohaplsla

aaJ Me .*..,.$.. affair vice-president of convention chairman CUM topics of interest The theme for the day's activities of the Inuthesrtera prwmeeof IM4 BSMtWOOO

...... WI N "'"'' "n nnu. ."" was the "American Newman Cuba and chaplain
>>--- Subscribo Catholic tn the Mcdara at Georgia Tech University a 2.IH7
M91 "t a-.or-.4 ..... now World" ,
.. un un .u.u"u.". Father Henry J. Miron of

Blessed Sacrament parish. 1 Ia MATERNITY TOGS
Compare Our Restaurant Equipment Clermont spoke to the students

Financing and No Down Payment J I on "Th. Church: Its "BtlUtr Plaia"

ses .rr e.m ... ,...... r-el -. __ ...... r M Growth and Development." SINff'" "...1_ fee ti.. -.w .. k.
I ... ..."t ...... .... ....... This keynote tddrets preMiit-
e Tie early eke, U Nu H.U.I aces seesyiagC !
I J HOTEL CHINA AND GUSSWADE CO. : ..}/{: J ed reflections on the recent 1..4 .tIty, wear.
I *!.*.C'. .... ... w. ... ... __.-. P1. effects' of Vatican\ Council II. eenpl.e

I Father Michael V. Gasses.
TOVftTH NttATXH Jtt1W-S1NCS IMl" 1 dlrecter el u.. Mltttoa. ., a 1-2471
I .Nenbre 4e DIM .U M. AigasUM ... J.4. J) J. Dou,kerfyIS

: Wm. A. Ritzi & SonsI r ( was .IM a grad ss.sker. i I M.. leak SO
r s t I D.,..,.s kKhYOIUSIA

I a,bJ. JeWMa. In Ills address an ma early 1 IMPORTED PAITS
.1.1%! AJMTUM s.. s..&* y m N. Iced K Catholic Church In Florida,

tw Father Cannon empha.ls4
the CatholM historical tradl Buy eat S.I L... ..4ewac iepeie! New .IICI Used
2Ma I. ir.e..eb tons of this lUU which are

Daytona Moving I Sforigt. Ce.J. now ..JO years aid. Father SIEGFRIED APPLIANCES

AILZZ0 TAX Lugs: UC Cameos traced farts of Ms- '.pe:" 50 .I wakes dee.s'4 .,...w.fI'I..t..w.'j"' ; ....,1-;""
tory whichCatholic dIomlcutut.d WKh s.tlt .f 6seeed. u.s. I
D,.TTOtA VILAVD origin, and develop 1724100 I es
m .. c..a-a. 94 M M* t.. ",'-&. Ns.rServing anent la. Florida.

,-' Dr. Pawl DuuglaM, proftssor '.411 s.'"
of gmeramrM at Kottto DAYTONA
the Halifax Area with a Collage .here, presvated an aayiis ex..."", ,,'...

Dignified Service of Highest Qu htyt of IM pistil and Inter.
aauonal InfUcatioej I of the FURNITURE
Low CctRobert

Newman meeting In Winter Park nnttx"Pafem of Papa ta TIt1'tt.'orklMpt JohaXXIJl ."

! JL Jfaniwlj U.D. Th Catholic Student Crater m Wto- the students ca the ecumenical value, and study groups ? SHOWROOMSRoW
and the tn/ormatic
tee Park wan the scene Jut week ofa of papal racyt ,eala. From tM left are
FUNERAL HOME by tie speakers was
meeting of the Newtnaa ChA W,.. Ceorwt. Garcia. FlorVU SUta Univer- d gnea...st4. The st*Vnt ka4- L WWte, Tnt.
: PSor 677-9100 1520 Ridg wood ben from Florida ct/Rrgr On' eM ally: Dr l>Juc....; and B> Jrnniegt, ers were then aged. to return -.r.I AEyst Off HW n
pest Dr Psol DoagLua.profraeor of 'Tampav Shewvss.. T.-.l :
H.n program U a [ University I* their siesta and make OPps1I. taldaq
at Roilm College spoke U luc W &*a ftporu.

The Ufe of Our Lord

Jj Catholic Comment r Sacred Scripture

Jesus accompanies His God's: law held precious treasureAMONG

The. Betraval, of Youth parents to Passover rite source of prayerful
- < the most beauti- tttle.,

ST. the most alarming statistics Children are placed in the care of year, St Luke tells In psalm Poetically the psalmist 410
ORE EVERY 118 are those !In whkh the scribes it as a
1wil increase In teenage marriages parents precisely because they are unable parents of Jesusifiary delicious (bit
author proclalmi the won- rllh" a refreshing drink more jj;,
and the corresponding increase to care for themselves and unableto the mother who conceived sirable than d

In our divorce rate. The Bad part Is and bore Him, Joseph 1 den of the divine law. Such John I. any other riot
inAP times think III adults. The process of who had accepted and adopted enthusiasm for a "law" might I finds the same stirring JM"ments :
that are respon-
nowe parents the many of adolescents growing up is a slow, gradual process. Him and 10 was by Jewish Frank] J. teem string at first, until Cult'lotgolnfutra r, and colorful t\pti
Bible! for marriage In the
To peed up the timetable often ends law JIll father- took the road wo recall that for the psalmist .r lIOns famous peals

either by pushing their daughters for in disaster. from Nazareth to Jerusalem Sherd the law was not Just a burdensome of divine wisdom In Sirs t

E.pr fear of them becoming old maids or by for the feast of the Passover. list of do'i and iKcclesiasticus) 24

permitting steady dating to their sons. As the marriage age goes down, the It was the greatest of Jew. don't's. "* lamp tom No wonder, then, that ft):,(
Youngsters. become adults physically divorce rate goes up. It us evident that ish feasts ) law is a source of joy to
evM celebrating the terrible It was Cod's Word In which feet ii your word, a light to I tt.,
long before they arrive at emo- many parents are falling their children ] night fifteen hundred[ 'Vp-r HI revealed Himself and path," psalmist. And nothing can
tx by encouraging them to steady dating before when God my cast a shadow over this
tional and intellectual adulthood. The yean forcedJ'haraoh I famlllei united for the eccav made His will knows to Ills jo\
a. or permitting them to place themselves to let the children The counsels of the law Impart be it a personal affliction
only purpose of steady dating is mar- 1 lion i, -there had to be no c hildren.i or
di in of Israel out of to the psalmist an unsurpassable even exile. lie freely
occasions of sin go Egypt and I (hof
In this
riage. To place youngsters fewer than ten at the paschal i
their bondage. The destroying Notice how the Inspired author wisdom and male the law as his rule of life Ki
preparatory state for marriage while This Is truly a great betrayal of I meal and no more than of his love for
tlC our angel slew every firstborn i never considers the law him an expert In the art it is deep ark

thinking that we can deprive them of youth and is a crime that cries to male in Egypt lave only the twenty.On the to the inner all by Itself, apart from Cod; arts, that of achieving happiness sincere

marriage itself Is foolishness heaven for vengeance. firstborn of the Jews -the way he speaks of it consistently as In the service of God.
court of the Temple, the Holy He will. be faithful to It

VIdK angel houses. passed The over their Family, passed through the "th, law, thy precepts, thy )It t encourages the unfortunate death for he deems it lot tntfl(
was also way, thy commands"
God'l worlds called the risen from the outer court, and there th* boy For him it tote in his trials by giving crushing burden but nthrr
Aramalo j esus saw the moneychangers supremeexpression him a solid reason! for goingon grind privilege and a signal!
ItT word meaning to of truth. In! fact he
and the anl-
men selling living, not only that-it favor
past over, and Phase (twoIyll.blell calls it quite simply "Truth,,"
personal mail for sacrifice, whom Ho him with defense
tlI / prayer outmoded? !) from the similar would one day delve out of for It contains the one true against provides his enemies a 1 It! lithe living voice of Cot,

tlb Hebrew word. The story 1 ii the, Temple. because they rule of life, just' and holy in On all these counts the law calling him closer and closer

IF ever you have made a haps most, it never occurs to told in the book of Exodus, mad Ills Father's house a J itself a sort of Incarnation of fir outshines the many material to the Source of all\ happiness:

closed retreat almost certainly make a trip to the church, chapter 12 and 13. den of thieves. There, perhaps the pure Ideal of morality. I blessings which God j "With all my heart I jerk

I you hive heard quoted perhaps five minutes away, When Jesus was twelve, { Joseph and his group It not only points out the has showered on His people. you; let me not stray from

1I 1I I the lament of the prophet Jer- r.lhn except for Mass or for some Mary and Joseph took Him bought, and were overcharged }path j to happiness, but also jour commands I amour<

I emia: "With desolation is all kTress other public devotion. with them for the Passover for, the lamb for their own' l lights' up this path so is to It Is their mo t precious i use me for 1 have sought

the land made desolate; because Lee I. However, the church k i nota useless. keep ui from stumbling or treasure, a a inexhaukUbl: jour precepts;'

there is none that con- "must" for our meditative They may have done so bo- When the lamb had been .

1 udereth In the heart." Newer conference with God. We canrind fore,, but this Is the first visit slain, Its blood was taken by

translations of the Bible somewhat the necessary solitude of which the Holy Ghost 1 li one of the PrieMs and sprinkled _Pope Paul VIWilling

/ weaken the Impact of behind the closed door of ourown concerned< to tell ui. This In- on the altar of holo-

this verse from the old lousy room, or In any oth.rlpot deed is the only happening of ousts The lamb'i body was

version, but It still expresses W/ where we can be aloneand which we are told anything ikinned but no bono was laity asked to participateobservations

a basic truth of the spiritual undisturbed. it all in the thirty years bebi' and It was taken to

life. If men and women cannot kith It an unintended danger knees the return to Nazareth.nd the house where the family The
There Is no set following Is a translation Before It U
technique was enough tmgulshed; gentleman
find time for the ,
frequentperiods beginning of OurLord' pot
I of contemplative We are witnessing a needed meal
thought, the world li in ibid faction against the highly I Indivlduallzed to advert to the fact that ware e mysterious episode, with. sunset to midnight might last on from this cal reforms given by Pope 'le participate. Before, pres- acute one -and then

piety of recent J In God's presence, that' ; Paul VI at his enc was enough. fore always unsatisfied
way. great gleams of light but a and "f'I'klyeneral spa
day, for the saves days
ctnturlei -the "God lid I" 'His mention Is focused upon ltuaUy- f e1 t
This truth Is especially In i mentality ai distinguished; 'us and that we are la ('om.Inunlc.tlon profound darkness ai well following f fW'e only unleavened audience' oa March 17.BELOVED Now attention and action the end of the compelled first celebn-st

need of re-emphasis in out irom the more truly Chrisi i with him can learn an Immense bread was eaten i are necessary Before, some lion of the new Liturgy togo

present generation.We use "God and we." amount by studying It, yet the Next son and diugh- 'could doze or perhaps even
when to the
year, He would celebrant to tell him
\V. may choose to begin our meaning of the whole episode friendly convex chat.' Now they must listen
have become luch buspeople. As a result current see 'teteatete with God witsome h somehow eludes ui. We can b* thirteen, Jesus, n first altos at an audience Dice this and pray. candidly his happiness il

The tempo of life ha' none and religious literature, words as these: "Well I, only guess why the Boy did born son, would be under ob- cannot but refer to the hiving at last participate,
llgatlon l t* fast the whole day, day'stheme We hope that the eele- maybe for the first time II
greatly Increased during these lace a decided stress on cor- 'God here I am. Please help what he did. : the application
j la, memory of the flnt-borne of the brants and the faithful will t his life. in spiritual fullness
past thirty yean or so. Anyone write worship and social re.ponsibility. me to size myself up honestly.< They would have joined j liturgical, reform to the cele
old enough to remember vision sons who had not perished soon have the new liturgical, to the holy sacrifice.
i No preacher or Sharpen my so that I 1 large party In Nazareth at bration of holy bias
back that far, can recall hot ,riter has said so, and it I Isi may see where I am faUingshort the start of the journey and when the angel of death books and that these will reflect It Is possible that this .l)
much more leisurely lift i tot a valid Inference, but iti t of Your expectation of[ I II linked up with others when passed ever their bosses In If the public character of in the new form ilsoliteriry miration and this kind of ho,'

moved in the 193u'i, not t
mention the 1920's and before irivate prayer and personal I ought to be taking. Give Jerusalem from the North' We know-who of those It, we should like to nk )you '- dignity of the old. The> and soothe itself into a see\

Then there was time to thin nety have fallen into din; me the courage to begin doing 1 In those days the road they present knew! that the at wo do at other meetings assembly becomes allvi and L quiet habit Does not man become

long and serious thoughts. putt. what needs doing" t took was about firstborn of Mary was the of a private character, for active. To Intervene means to i used to everything B
eighty miles
Now there are dozens of a Certainly It not If we are In any doubt ai and they probably spread the', only.begotten of God and that your Impressions regarding let the soul enter into in at- there li reason to believe Slut:

tivlties-recreational, cultural us to be a was Church of goodor boated to what does need doing, 1 twill j journey over four dayi. Their' )the Iambi, slaying and eating of this! great the Innovation. It deserves tlvity of attention of conversing the religious intensity dry
at Passover attention of
and 'Me-competing fm i and spiritually self be helpful to read an |party would not travel in any were only Well of every long of action. minded<< by the new form rt

our time Many of these activitiei entered individuals But extract from the Sermon on I fixed formation; some would afore showing of this Child one. we belleth.t The the rite will not fall to be felt
who would answer to harmtay *f a a
Himself your
give to be our 'M
did not even existthree t neither will it be good for the Mount as we find It In i move faster, some slower question munal and with It, the awareness <
;I slam would" not be different art, accomplished not
on Calvary. would from
decades ago. Moreover 'is to swing to the opposite chapters 6 to 7 of St. Mat j people would travel with. on' Himself give those nly with the exterior having. to accomplish alma
thew'i to be eaten in the we are receiving these gesture
we are enjoying an unparalleled xtreme and become a Church Gospel. i group of friends today, a dif- Blessed Eucharist. dayi.Llturglcil. but with the Inner ,"It.. taneously two, spiritual acts-
prosperity and increased We should not become discouriged I arena one, a true and

f personal -
group tomorrow
complete activists. a At the end of the tight meet of the feeling of filth raT-
income creates a The truth Is that If and if nothing muchl't'ml third group the day reform? These i and .f piety tlclpatlon In the rite with ar
we rJoseph and Mary started back gives U the rlMi
hunger for still more Work he world are to be spiritually! to Issue from our first' 'Only at the end of each da>v, for Nazareth As answers caa be reduced to i pa rile alar beauty and jt can imply which Is esuo-
w have
Ji plentiful, and millions of' efforts. would families and friends awe categories Bally\ religious; the other
Healthy, we limply have strength
tii pile overtime hours goto If we with .I.'C'n. pilgrims might shift
up or"moonllght" find and persevere re g i reassemble. communion with the asset
at second frequently- ularity In our time f from one group to another; The first (category that of' It
a job 1 "quiet becomes a choir a coni lily of the faithful with ins!
"Hurry It up" has become 'ome quiet moments to spendxrluslvely ( with God," ve shall be re They were In Jerusalem for J bo>i would quit certainly I the answers In which. a certain i cert. It becomes the rhythmof "Church ,
with God. We have 'yarded eight days. ate darted about more than I confusion and
with therefore
some a
a national slogan not surprising | i an Immense
only onthe ot to enter into wing soaring
; communion insights their elders; the road was 10 I certain annoyance it These are acts the flirt II
concerning ourselves toward
highways and at work, but; ith God and On the first the the heights of divine
to day
take four
stock of' crammed with ] which
even In our homes. We look and the false front which, Tteenth people on thee Previously, say these observers mystery and Joy. "leads to the love II
askance it the unelves from His point of>' haps, we have built up for which was ih move that there was no tellIng I w* were" peaceful each 1 roOd, and the second to the
who first
person 'il'w. month of the Jewish i who was there and who ,one could The second category of the love of
one's fellow
chooses to "just nt and think ourselves. We also may be r retrap, the pray as he IlkI'd."eJ'.thtnf rote
while." Why Isn't he and Ideally such moments wit warded from time to time paw-hal lamb was wun't.But was known regard comments which reach us regarding Thai, the Gospel of charIty

about and up serpent In church, where the with those escatic, spin sacrificed, either by the head at the end of the day i ing> the unfolding of the rile. the first celebrations Is being Implemented la the
doing ieof the
somethmj I ihol atmosphere Is conducne family or by the hradof 1 there could be J Now of the new liturgy Is
useful tingling moments when we the no doubt. Jesus everything ii novelty, Instead I, souls of our time. Truly, It II
Even the to reflective thinking and suddenly feel the reality of group if a number of 'wn not then. II surprise, change: Mass ends 1 the category of 'nthuuumiand a beautiful new, great thlrg

the present Church renewalwithin I where Coda presence Is mostp.lp.bll. t C.od's intimate, personal 1'res- II iI abruptly with the blesiing. praise Some say At last full of light and of tempo
carries To many of us, ; the complicated and .
perwork ence "right here withmel" Question Everybody gives the answeri;;1 mst
there are many movements, flour ceremony be Understood beloved ou have understood

rites and reading recited In and< followed At last we eons and daughter,

r Forfkor Mkl+..l V. COMA. a I loud \'oi'f.1'11.. then li no enjoy It. At last the Priest't that this liturgical) novel''

Mlooit W Nombro Do Dies in confessional peace left and we understand talks to the faithful and It Is this spiritual rebirth, inn ,I

even' less than before, and son clear that he seta with then lake place without your <' "

CI' and for them operation without your Wla.l

CjJ eat; ClUpt6RS 111 meant to be he dedQ. \\'. "III--_ n nn'_. .. ..oul..i..._.. .un.... We have nwvmg tt'lti.mon'.I 1- lilt We and 10 earnest desire this preparatioi
- response
because ordiiwrv
we /
people of
Q. I would like" I t. know If we Ing and he shot a man's should have to show that thtyfl.1 from boyi and young people yours that as you see, wem
1loaiaa l are to say the Art of (.ont... little from making it the theme of
catholic crrtvi and
histoRy geese; two of them. I told him J understanding of observers these
!i linn MhlU lltA_ .5',1..11. n... .I.. ....LLsus .... he has le confess it. and he the sense of the religious rites from PMMM persons desfroii the trust words of ours And In

tnapier M"pllE rollers, picks-,-shovels absolution la ronfcsilon. says he doesn't; It was In fun. and give ui an inkling not of of fervor and of prayer from welcome. that you will rt'llh
barrows granted to John Dennett in In school we were taught He left them lay Now I emserried a true devotion and a truesense men with a tang and them we promise
king carts weightyj
approved Roc1 axes, ham1 you
by the Idle many and or
English and alt many
government taught( I* It of the experience
nay about him. I want significance and a high niltwe
mers en
etc Ithe
que'i basic Twenty laborers
design In One of its ,before Lord which
owner had going Into confession. of the The our apostolic
were It* tell him what I* d*. and value of holy Mass but are positive letUHKNUU
1790 but emplo.t'd.A -
Spanish of. been the Reverend \1\ hen ** sc precisely intends 10
finals are seta I l.yl1 nowf how I* tell It to the I'riest." rather of a (certain spiritual Ala DId sad Dt cb
continued to debate the general construction Forbes of the Church of I eowre for each one of ou
contract Eng' He h indolence, which does >
cost estimate with the result was awarded to land.' A. When the Priest gives ui says seal tell the not
Miguel I'rlest" such w ens 10 man
that two years passed before !'nznardy (interestingly, the On the lot In 1793 stood aoostory absolution in confession h* lipeaking a thing. of Intelligence any and personaseffort M, J. Murray

JH'qiie could proceed to (captain of the frigate on coquina house and ; directly to ui,: May A. I would not worry II ticipatwn in order to under.par.
working drawings and speci which Father an our Lord< Jesus absolve you," much about l hii
llauott had orange!: grove. The Spanish confession as stand better and to fulfill better .
fications The enltlnf'l'r'll't'hl. been shipwrecked in 17841 I. Crou purchased the lot from etc W* should listen to him about his perverted sense of the most sacred of
tent mad out a list of tool end a subcontract for lumber i its owner on April 12, 1793 at and pay attention to what h* Justice and fun. He should acts with" which wt Strange but true

and equipment needed for the was given to Tomas Travers a cost of 697 pesos and six is saying! to us. W. should not ton/... what he has done not asked and Indeed obliged<< ,are to

"roc.'torI hOh, admixture of reales.Later. be talking at the same time, because it U required for the associate ourselves, l'op) nlhl. 1965 NCV.C New' Se"'k.Ja .

:Ingush blood was obvious in Ignoring his words to us, mak- integrity I and validity, of his
u name the same j ear- the tug it clear that w* are not confession but to help him to We shad rr'nl..t. alt the

1h Floridaat exact date Is not recordedthe .. interested in the words of forgiveness realize that you rant leek Priests, shepherds of smut I 11 / / ATtt"r+ee +a eW y,Mrem-

Father llai.rlt drew up a cornerstone of the new which h* speaks. your fun by dectroymg another and all the vsllail leather,

lit of furnishings and ornanenti church was laid and construe Vt* should say our Act of man's property And he of reltgtoa are repeating these ; :h1 k
hot" needed for lion "began. Contrition 1 Par UA AM.
ic the new devoutly and make should go to the owner of the a-ajs. NWepr,

new hiirrh.Governor and submitted lIt. It was non too soon for Father sure that we are sorry for geese, apologue and pay him First that It Is toevttan'! wNK"M. r ,. ,_ '_' a4 1 ,
nesadn who our sins before e f
Ilisiett and hIS we go into the for the geese he destroyed. It that there i'' Il sk'rra
..II, .. .,..p FrC4., ordered the goods from Bar. p.ubh.lonf'r. confessional. Then should be at the
j .. The we would help make an honest
Buhop's house
riomn rtmoiie taro, urr celuna through In 1 hate outset some confusion and 5r
a merchant confessed
oi. ".. '''! in.inIII In llstina. which Mini was then being should our sins we and honorable man of your some trouble It is in the na
simply tell the
till < .I..UI Drl,. celebrated was in a state< of Priest sans ture of a practical as well
v....... ",'h .,... As the plans took shape seer collapse. that. w* are sorry for our If he refuses to confess his oprank" a spiritual reform of st as .,.,4s.. C tr .n.pe /
.,. .. sins "
'h I. \ .. parishioners In 1 would not ,
5 'h' offered what September of 1793, Gov worry religious habits '
ptouslv ac a
I".a uu par ewe; .,.h.r they could tow aid ,rnorJUf'Ila It Is interesting to look back too much about the immed- observed I /
eounlrl.. U II.TM the cost of wrote to the' to cause some agita
construction Governor of Cuba on our former custom of l late welfare of hit soul:; but
;: lumber, lame : t ion. not always ,.
rinr1t pleasant
a. ,' 'alllnll.. I. a in". or free skilled "1 using Latin to speak to the if i he refuses to admit that he to rt rcrtnrfe
r f iht I tiholi' rr .. A_.. labor many ordered in the first part' everyone.
lion' 1.Ill Ndlonil offered of penitent telling him the tre- wai and d.ft'ndlhit
Ulbolk maize or hen i whichwere April this year, the start ofconstruction wt
Wlf .. ,, But nr.w
r Cf> ,... Kinlrir mendous truth that his tins he did I would about secondly, some explanation
avails ...e4nm.. appraised by the padres of the new worry Ise'ttir
I.p..ui' ,. .EII...., .. 1.au. at six reales each* church (which ls all) the were forgiven. U* did not expert hit character his lack of ma- some preparation rr A.eMMSn:
Oils 511$ "U.r ,lit Art .r ..."" more urgent the him to understand U.. tunty. his defective sense (If soNnlMt aii Un<'e
I tai. Early In 1793 the high 1 soon dwpels the
govein )house which Is or even to listen to us We had responsibility and his lack of uncertain,
mast decided on the site for now serving C him mumble his owe Act of ordinary manly courage and ties and mmediateiy give

the new (church the Juana j provisionally as such li en Contrition while w* recited a honesty the sense and the feeing of

., Perpill South tot ill In tirely uselcu fallen to the Latin new norms ,E iss.rc.I
U VI M I B. Milk. Hk'!k | formula as fact as PO"I.ble. -
......0110. MiiwK4ll eighteen whkh was bmimlrd of ground In la various parts, full 1 paying little attentionCKirwiven These answers are from Thirdly, it should not be be-

"tll, HIM t... ...!.. oa He west by St George mill/ pod the support Hi* wane, t tit what we were "The 'lunl"" Itot" coduclrJ IievH tlul alien a *tui .e

aiMk. a. ..u.iA i. Street luuth by the plans\ erf the sue building of certain has parts II)UlC. but twlnf careful t
.T.rtl. u| Uik...r east by t the property cf wi. H ,stopped In oIlier been 1 prttnounc all the words f..*ay, a iW *lly ta..a u>>vv4"U .r Uijr as rot .... tau. .,/ e.Ip

Vr ir S>. f .,...!.. Ctl'lf.du, and north by the t In th tit prevent i lura.UI. Direct )fU' I thin new fcrJf will lute to ,.101A ,. N4.,0 ItIW.e red 1 '1 ..
stein of rvilaps, the Q I h\ CADS ._
Tieatury. |fatal I a problem and a ".rfiha (tKartl. pli" .e 1, 1 U differ**.! sad will .lave topeevnt rte ra.Llat ., .
Injury of lrrlswaxvll. ,
faithful "homay ,
Friday, April 2, 19M This lot had pitied through be In it. as has Hill quevlfoa ill railed op I In .".. 10 The M.rWa Catholic III I and shake the pa .
many hands since it was I already jou pleas help 1ft.f, Orland. 1 VIM of the faif-fu! who arepreteat y
happened last yeart'I": ) llu.ld sun was out ...." 1I I at bo).> )lass. o'iOITWt f ,



I [Thoughts on theology Five The Florida, Catholic, Friday, April 2,1964

Cardinal Beran

The Church: _growth, development/

r f
By Father Minn Says faithsustained
ber of a lifetime ont would
IT HAS been said, and properly remember-but no lasting
10 that teen are cer- s; changes or effecta (other than

tain words or phrases which Fatherhenry what was already present lathe k
recur so frequently In a man'a Church) would come R
writings that one Instinctively J.)1Jro. After all, didn't wt live In him in trials
associates these with the an unchanging, stable, and
I'I treat concern of the man therefore ideal! Church! la
ROME: (NC) -Josef Cardinal
rs himself Plato and the term the late 1950 s didn't a man.
I Beran declared that only I
philosopher king: Thomas agement first proclaim the
I Aquinas and the notion I efficiency of the Church and r w. faith in the ultimate victoryof
the crucified Christ -sustained
I"order;" Thoreau and "na. many moments of the lengthy rank it slightly above the
fit [tore:" Sartre and existen history of the church. managerial efficiency of Central i him during the yean
of his Internment In
tialism." Such could also be Yet. In so doing we run a Motors Czechoslovakia The Ordinal
I said of the title of my few risk the kind of risk the scientist /.r
Six yean later-and thousands who is Anhbl |words to you today: The
feels he takes when he
of years wiser and Prague. spoke i March\ 19)
I Church Growth
and .
G Develop. attempts to measure the velocity
more humble-wt art beginning during ceremonies in wh\ h
ment. of electrons In motion tt set an emerging ht took possession of his titular
While It may be true that Once he stops to measure
aaswer, an answer which church of the Holy no t1t [no man's name may yet be (which one must dol), the makes the cynical comments the Flamingo highway
I great enough to be Immediately thing to be measured loses and pessimistic platitudes tt In Italian Cardinal Beran

associated with the Us life-the electron ceasesto the past merely that, past. told an overflow congregationthat
n4 I term "The Church" such possess its prior velocity the chapels of the four

t I I could not be properly said of and, this theoretically, it is The answer which la slow l houses In which he was Interned
'sad I the second part of my title not fully measured. ly, almost Imperceptibly, becoming were dedicated to the
The words "Growth and De The scientist then concludes alive in our thoughts Holy Cross.

elopment" will ever be asso- to a theoretical uncertaintyabout about the Church is moreovera "This was for me a comfort

d I elated with the thought and his knowledge! of subatomic good answer It is as good b an Invitation to confidence
'1 Jtht writings of John Henry particles as springtime is good when A kly r" that Christ won In the

,. Cardinal Newman Priest and wt set new buds come forth end, and I-unworthy with
I wonder It we acknowledge from old. substantial trees vai ,
rk [theologian of the 19th century Him" said the Cardinal
t acertalntT
a. oaslagois
[ Church tn England. trees with life.
"Grow you must," he said. about the present situation of The Church has always "This confidence will fortify
the Church today I wonder d d and me also In my activities
I'it Is your destiny; it Is the B 11 e development
t [necessity of your Catholic If we aometlmet feel that the growth precisely because, It will be a guarantee of

I name grow not la ma. Church Is apparently mot Ing though old It Is ever alive the help ef Christ la preserving
tens power, but In moral with lock velocity la the present with a springtime vitality and the Priests and the faithful .
lift ef blitory that we freshness its founder people of my dear archdiocese
I manifestation : Is not
become somewhat insure. .f the Christ of death and Inertia St. Augustine DCCW deanery's new officers of Prague,"

It is pointed out by Bishop It and tt ii who art In the but the Christ of Life and Resurrection .
( Robert Dwyer that .NewmanI Church Because its found. Women newly Installed at officer phy of Tallahassee, president, Mrs. Lecher of Bradeoton who' la presl- Cardinal Reran recalled his

I. Is new recognized as the "I. On the other hand then Is tr Is such the Church as no of the St Augustine Deanery Joseph Giaay of Starke, treasurer; dent of the diocesan DCCW Council days the Urns of study of Pope In Rome St. Plus during X,

|visible father .f the Second good reason and reasons to other society, must manifest Council of Catholic Women pictured Mrs. Helen Swisher, Lake City, The new of f Icern were" electedat and then ht stated:
\.tk.. founcfl" !I. Is .Indeed
M1s and invoked .a be unsure of the present moment lift la every age newness to with\ DCCW officials are from left: secretary, and Mrs. Dan Staufer the March 24 meeting held In "It has now been recalled

[[ Council quoted floor as well as .. not because wo may be every different man, growth Father Jame F Jward.. deanery of Jacksonville Beach, vl e.pn'.I. Jacksonville by the deanery CounciL that I with, my perseveranceand

0S ialyied! la the preliminary dlscasiloai unsure of the Church but because and wonder to every new or spiritual director; bliss Idclle Mur- dent At the right la Mm James L. constancy may have encouraged
other than
0It we may be la the pro- strange: society Catholics of the
| by die theelogtaasSwat
cess tf recognizing (perhaps hest. whole world This was the
the debates herb
. prepare with an almost physical. intensity Grace of God which worked
(the Ceanefl. The Intellectual Priest arrested tradition
>b ) that the present moment studentswill Spanish within me and prepared me,
[borne ef Newman Is as much College
0It I la the 2Wh eent ry as la the in the ever living life Rites for concelebration/ RrllUV: NC-A(! ) Llthuan lauded when/ ring and I am sure it will bt with
I ef the Church Is so vast so Ian Priest accused of having me In the future May all of
I ItI last broad and so provocative for be polled on taught prayers to four children given Cardinal you pray together with me so

I III. wort ot the 1840 s entitled the present and the future dual Communion published of his parish has been that I ran exclaim with St.
II "Essay on the Develop that wt feel the unsureness ef liturgy changes arrested by soviet author! \TIC\N CITYC( ) Paul: 'This grace of God was

'., ; ment of Dogma" through awe ties, It was reported here Spain Angel Cardinal Herr not In vain' IICardin.1
J ',which Newman thought himself I suppose that this Is why VATICAN ("RSC4( Con tlrbrltlon of the Manait \\' \MU\: ( TOS (NC-StU) A Priest of the diocese of r.' y Orla of Malaga has Reran celebrated
Into final union with the Newman characterized the wm be allowed in five differ. situations and Holy Com dints In north Mlkavlskls, identified limply born presented with his Car. Mass In Italian and deliveredthe
1 Church), he describes the Church as a treasure house munlon can be jlven under twine he forma of both bread and colleges as Father Rudellal, was dmala ring by Pope Paul VI sermon In honor of St
both Jotm 'forever forth things eaMern United, States will be In delayed In the
r Church as Pope giving charged with\ violating a a ceremony Joseph
and Pope Paul understand It old and new" while we, In several oc ulon. to be approved by the Dlnhcp polled! on their reactions to soviet law which prohibits the \atlcan palace chapel! of St

-a treasure house: often have been used only to of the Diocese, according to a newly uuucd liturgical book, the liturgUal changes effect teaching of religious exercises Mathilda Prior dies

rt t Forever' .1'1 I a f forth the old But wt should take The new norms are In line ed by the Church. to minors The ceremony on March 26 Al'Ron.SC) Father'

. things old and new, casting comfort from the Image of with the provision of the ecuaemlcal tort Romano the Vatican was delayed because the Cardinal Benedict Brown O.S D., 89,
f the gold of fresh tributaries the treasure house, since it councils Constitution City dally (dated March 26)). The survey will be made by Pontiff writes to remained by traditionIn prior emeritus of Marmlon
t Into her refiner's fire or was Christ the Lord who used by Father Amulwlt Bugnlnl the National Liturgical Ion- Spain to receive his biretta Abbey here, St I'sArchabbey
stamping upon her own, as the Image first when he urged! on the Liturgy declaring C M. secretary of the \ati ference. from the chief of state, Gen in Indiana and
time required It, a deeper impress his Apostles who had recently that concentration may be can liturgy commission and Augustinians; erallsslmo Francisco Franco founding editor of Marriage
of her Master been instructed by Him to become approved by the local Ordinary undersecretary for liturgy In Students at Holy Cross Col while the 26 other new Card!- magazine published tt StMelnrad

Image ,** more understanding of at the main Mass in the congregation of rites loge Worcester; St Anlflm'lColltU Mendel centenary nail gathered In Home for the 's, died here (March
i This triple task of refining, Ills teaching so that "every churches when the needs of Manchester; Mount February consistory 11)) In St Joseph Mercy Hospital
raiting and Impressing the trribt who has become> a ditrlplt the faithful do not require All the provisions of the bt Mary College, llooksett; ATIC\S C I IT \' (on) Present for the latest cere- .
of the Kingdom of that all the Priests available new decree go into effect on Dartmouth College Hanover conies were (the Cardinal
Image ef Chad the Master Pope Paul VI. has sent a congratulatory
the world by the Church (Heaven Is like a householderwho should celcbiato individually Holy Thursday April D This and the University\ of New letter to the relatives as well as Antonio Groups to meet
upon Is the day which the council at Durham will
from his Hampshire Canabaleth.
supply Dlas
can Garrlfues
t i takes time: It takes centuries Prior General of the Augus' y
treasure new things as Constitution on the Liturgy be polled Spanish ambassador to r R I n Ot'DIG, lUlUerlandNC
We have but a few lines la room << This Is the first time an of. tmlans, Father t Luciano
this column to examine the well as old." (Mt 13, 321 feel document of the Holy finds particularly appropriate John R. Mannlon NLC Ruble OS A., on the centen the Holy See, and the mayorof ( ) The conference cf

f things old and new which the Several years ago when Set has recognized a situa Concelebrated Massesare esetutlve secretary said the try of the major genetic Malaga. Catholic International orc.nlration )-

4t Church today manifests to Pope John XXIII announcedthe UOIIJer than on I Rely permitted both at the main objective of the confer work of the Auguatmlan friar Pope Paul plitt l tribute ItCanllnul will hold a gcnr al
the world In Its growth anddevelopment convocation of the Second Tlunda! III which Prieiis morning hrism Mats In dl. elK't- first study of this kind Gregor Mendel !llerrera seal and meeting IIIh'nn.. from April
\attcaa Council, few of us would participate la Mais aa oceans cathedrals and at the will be to esplort "relationships The Pops letter recalls 22 to 26 on the theme I "Ttit
and educational
work In cultural **
, then able tt recognizethat evening Mass of the Lord'sSupper between students' attitudes Church and Culture.
But time must be taken, were members\ of the congregation that Abbot Mendel first puh- fields In his dlorese,
tI even for these brief moments, that moment marked the instead of celebrating the Eucharist In parishes on Iluly toward the current blushed his findings on heredity and alto U Spain (",thole

to gather our minds and wits beginning of an epoch tn the themselvesTbest Thursday evening, changes In the liturgy and on March 1, 1M5 Irsdillon, Speaking la top.. r
life of the Church: the begin various factors In their home, FEASTER
for a much needed look at latest The J liturgy I t constitution Uh, ke si Id i'Wo i
the present Instant !I. the sing of the bringing forth of reforms art spelled out Situations allowIng parish and college environment" Ills book which outlines the MEMORIAL HOME
new as well as old from the regained la a decree II y tile for roncelebratwn, and He said the poll also theory tn the Inheritance of art well aware of Its 206 I It. Ay. SW
accumulated wisdom. and ace CetjcregstUa of Riles entitled these simply art repeated In will lest the possibility of characteristics and which Is vibrant Catholicism. Its fer, FloridaMoRtai

of the treasured past tf the r:tele slat' ftemprr. the new decree. Father flu largo scale Investigations of still bask May wsi wrHIrnat vor (>f apostolic activities' Largo,
I 7-.1 *e
Church elated March T sad cealtUKdIt gnlnl In his article said that Catholics' attitudes toward M. Thomas monastery. alBrno which havt been characterls-

a. .. t..iA .-..... rs. ....... For some, the announcement a IWpage 4t'lmt.I pubDiked .- the number of concelehrantt liturgical change and the factors la Bohemia tic of these recent years, and
S.rvUo akin tt the kingdom by tie \atlraa Poly Involved in these attitude and lnheritanct <
*>bvUoo wag In Individual cases can be determined In his letter to the Augur Its traditions religious
VA 4-1 471ST. ef Camelot the Councilwould git' Press tt March 17. accumulated In a
: on the basis' of capaclty tlnlans, Popt Paul said;:
AU6USTINI be a brief but shining The provisions -wttkh had and circumstances of William J, Farrell. sociology "It Is !Indeed l fitting that researchers glorious history
moment which la the Decent been anticipated for many the\ church and sitar. la such professor at St An- and physicians of ''T h. sentiments," 'ht

months were the subject of a way that the concelebrsnts aelm'i, has \been named director the natural order should applaud ..Id. "are not .pressed out

a commentary la L'Ossena- may bt around the altar. of the sum;' this man with unaml of a required courtesy, but j;
Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Horns ous accord. Ills keen genius art ones which spring from a
... .r l deep, sincere. cordial and fatherly -
... conclusions of the
I d'1'1 .2 I I produced .. ... M
IS7 CUAlWATH-lAtfcO aOADLAR.OTMJe / greatest I Impart findings affection fur the Span- Nq.od A.wyeo.

'M-211t ",I' "' ,r''" t .. I which may become even Uh The Itlshops. Popt,"as.ismed tit Tar: ,4, Int Ao. St. "'. 142.4501

14- OUt AMBULANCE SWYICf ,,t.,' ,. "\ '.. I _, I greater la years tt come dinal, to the titular hutch of ST PETERSBURG

f I' I "Ills genius eonslited spa the Sacred Heart of Mary bi
i ..... ,.. el.tlr It the falherlX t. the J'arloll district of Home,
t----'" ...-.. '- I "hens iMwIedto"
of the
JR. __ .. .. -vtJ..... gals
JOHN S. RHODES of learned met .ho laid bare

the mad kM4en secrets of F. T. Blount Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR the aaltral order and approached

the .....1rtt
1721 6yKTe-l. CltAHWATlll fWo 44"OU laboratories of the tretUr. FUNERAL DIRECTORS

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Became of the results of

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race shares In Mt hofwir and
tmtet Te this concert ",f KYLE-McLELLAN INC.
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GULFPORT Attend Mass at novitiate WIt should UrtAt a spur tt

Leo'... .... ..->.. I**....d 1"e eliwedM many ether. peeeapllagt JOHN S. RHODES, Inc, Fun"r.l DIf.erori
24 *.* ..........AC..e and ,d. KaewtM to (.Uw. the
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vocation day sponsored by tht Sisters and pr..1as; : there, Aa outdoor Mass ardor a4, thsM .......11I. the

ef St Joseph of St Augustine Duringthe waa offfH) a' the novxiatt by Uon name *f ratfcMw by ".hi't

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ills The IlorM: C".tholk. rrldarpril 2,1965 Mass guide
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1st Sunday of the Passion-

tide i Mati of Sunday,
I Creed Preface of the Holy
April 5
ANIINNN\NINN\NN\1N111NNNIN\\\N\\NNN\AN W (:Mas of Monday of Pit-

Cardinal Mooney Central Catholic 4I4 c i G LA St.lion Vincent Week, Ferrer 2nd Prayer, Preface of

of the Holy Crow)
SchoolS School
High High TtTslHY: April 6

,\ On March :26? MELBOURNE: -Two Md '''Mass: of Tuesday of Fas-
a ,:areer day was held at Car- bourne Central Catholic HighSchool b pt lion Week Preface of the
dial Mooney' High School, students captured Holv Cross)
reports Sharon Bruneau The WEDNESDAY. April 7
program was prepared' by the leading positions in the Indian i (Mass of Wednesday of Pas-
Cardinal Mooney chapter of River.Bre\ard County Science : : non Week. Preface of the
the National Honor Society. Fair, it11 reported this Holy Cross)
In January the students were week by Father Peter C, THURSDAY, April S
asked to list the occupationsthat Dolan, school president _:_ ;_ b. __- '- -i : Mass of Thursday of Pat-

they were most interested Thomas MrGahee placed ''\j: ::F lion Week Preface of the

in so that speakers couldbe first and Is eligible t. go to ,d ............::1.._. ..'". ." .. ... rMj.. .':k' ,..... r Holy Cross)
procured' for the most the national science fair I i P", rl .wll'ike .;""'.-:"..", t kda FRIDAY, April t
popular choice The students which will be held in St. \#... ;f. M.- )< .. ;;;; L : <, t .) -'; ''Mast of Friday of Passloi
.. .
thank the National Honor Society Louis. His entry, a 250 kilo- .. ,..2. _' .....-:. ,{ "' v4'-.JWIr_ Jl' Week, 2nd Prayer of the
for bringing this opportunity Seven Sorrows of the Blessed -
machine School in Melbourne
to them. which portable he designed xray this year, Visitation to Central Catholic High Virgin, Preface of the

The Cardinal Mooney base- wnn the best overall categoryIn Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley recently Archbishop,. Father Peter C. Dolan (to right ef the Iwhblshop), a staff member SATURDAY Holy Cross, April) 18

hall team marched on to capture the senior physical him sciences to visited students of Melbourne Central Cath. the left of the Archbishop), president of the Sisters of St Francis, lay teachers and studio (Mass of Saturday of r..

season id with fourth the victory defeat of the of! division directly,to entitling St. Louie ge High School Pictured here with the school. Father Lawrence P. Redmond (to the dent of the high school. lion Week,1 Preface of the
Holy Cross
Clearwater Central Cathode James Stefanec of Melbourne .
on March 23. Central' Catholic is eligible Sf. Paul
Thus past week the editor of to go on to the science
Mantee Junior College Annual fair soon to be held in Orlando High School

Bob Brown, came to for county winners. He Grade School ST. PETERSBURG -'The'
the seniors who were Interested took the second place awardin honor roll and dean's hat for
In working oo next year'i the senior biological sciences HUUWM The eighth the fourth marking period
annual if they attend the division and was declared grade class of Incarnation have been announced at Si
Junior college He was accompanied best overall for his en School m Sarasota presentedan Paul's High Cohooi.
by last year's Cardinal try on the society of ants If "Evening With Shakes-
Mooney annual editor, he wins in Orlando, he will pear" on March 19 to corn Those whe were placed es
'Tim Wilson.This \ be eligible to go on to St. memorate the 400tJI anniversary he honor roll ta the senior + Ar
past week the PAD. Louis of the famons bard, reports class were ;Kathleen Kessler: ,
students beard a talk by State 'The !Melbourne students Judy Copeland. The Linda Geter, Candle Denk,
Representative Jack Has- competed in the fair held at church ban was transformed Mary Rake. aid Nome

son, the main topic of which the Melbourne public high 1 into lath century England as Lamb

was "Government at Stat. school gymnasium on Fridayand Robert Brodhead. dressed asa Juniors were Donna ", .. .
Level." Saturday of last week.Chemistry herald, directed! everyone's
attention toward the colorful haus, Patricia Nugent, Patricia -
Ford, Barbara Ecker
TT: : stage. and Madeleine Rlendeao.

.* .., The eighth graders presented Sophomores were Mary
talks on the life of Shakespeare Trye, Molly McGoff, Theresa
': his works, the drama, Gray and Judy Fumeaj freshmen w
., costumes, music and theaters. Judy Jackson Linda Fp r
t Santy Susan Ratay, Christine
=1 Speakers were Pat Kennedy -
< : Tynan,
Dennis Costa Cindy
and Ann BronikowikL wA
< Dobson, Michelle Jarvis, Mau i
Tf-- Those who made achievements
seen Schatz, Drew Wagner,
...... John Revyn, Andria Glueck which rated being
the dean's list
placed on were
First prize in MathAt and Grant Meadows Victoria Judson, Linda Geier,
The atmosphere became
Candice Denk. Mary Rusm l1
the science fair held recently at Central that of a Shakespearean theater and Kathleen Kessler ef the

? Catholic High School !in Melbourne, John McRae, as Bonnie Ferguson, senior class; Patricia Ford Ant study
above, claimed first prize for his exhibit in Mathematics John Imperatore fiusan Bachurikl and Patricia Nugent of the

X Y Z in Space Monda, Joe and DeChambre Bob Brodhead, Jennie junior class Mary Adamiki. Last weekend, Jttnea Stef u>eo won beet over&B
i from Marybeth Dardls. Kathy Ludwig and second place with his entry on ant la the
presented readings
The Susan Smith, Paulette senior biological edeneee division at the Indian
r Shakespearean!' plays
Tessler and Margaret Sapan-
rest of the clans worked m River-Brevard County science fair This Vfel
;r ,, S ., for the ara of the sophomore class; Itudt t'.
research groups and Judy Jackson, Linda bourne Central Catholia High School
speeches or on lettering and Santy and Susan Ratay of the project will be entered in the forthcoming fair to'be
art displays. freshman class held in Orlando.MARY
u..4 : Costume chart, portraits
of Shakespeare and a miniature
replica of the Globe Theater Barry College

showed the student :\IU\n-B.M'1 College here
t the fieldof HELP OF
growing Interest in announced that among the
projectJames literature women named to the dean'a
list for the first semester was
Davifl, a student at Melbourne! Central l Trinity Academy Miss Jane Coumhan of St
Catholic High School, participated in the recent Petersburg Beach Miss Coun- CHRISTIANS CAMPFORMERLY
Science\ fair held at the school. Hm reward wan Students lauded Grade School than Is a 1560 graduate of St.

first prize in the chemistry division with his project Then three students of Jesuit High Schoolin Paul High School, St Petersburg
J.\Ck W>:NMU.EStudents ,
on vulcanizing rubber. Tampa qualified as finalwti in the National of Trinity Academy parish ( CAMP DON BOSCO)
MCI,'it Scholarship examination! left to right,
school from grades six
Michael Daigle, Marcus Marks and Rill Anderson through eight are studying Drama critic For Boys 8 to 14

SCHOOLSROSARIAN all seniors... Jesuit High u proud of the distinction local government In association MW: YORK (NC-Rlchard)
of having three' finalists! with! the place of the A. Duprey, drama erne ef Staffed eickrtUtly by tie Selen'ans *f Don lotto. lotJ on
young citizen in. me woria.Mayor .. the Catholic Standard and beautiful East lele. d the euMirts; ef T.mp.. June( aN th.
Bible Lou Hitter of Jacksonville Times of Philadelphia and (.edit's' el the Mary H.lp ef Christian School lot toy*.
ACADEMY Jesuit symposium recently visited the stu- chairman. of the graduate Op* Sunday June bets thru Sunday August ISIS. ptcdss ve.

Rnlh.t ill day rhftol for (till, .. ihtiM .t taaitlfvtUka IIK'\,0) ((: ) -Interna. dents and spoke to them on theater department at Villa-
Worth GradM cut to ttttltt. Fully aoot'.<1IU b.IMI.i>. JlH sports, rode( art, dramatic Denoted hr take part In a symposium on \N'Informed! Citizen" A $1000 prize establishedin ) ,
..... W It. Dominie. For mmlni addr.*" HXrtarwwAMDMIl \W\-On: February 22, the Bible here June It and question and answer period the name of the late ttsge
.O'U\t. ', \ hMT:"' AIM BRACE 153 junior high.: school students 12 sponsored| by the Thomas followed the Mayor's talk producer Margo Jones
took the! entrance exam Mote association and the A plaque was presented te Duprey was hailed for """
here at Jesuit, reports Joe library science departmentof the Academy by Elizabeth couraging new plays and new
Academy Of The Holy Names Subm This is the largest Rosary College and held Unite who has been the president playwrights" in the experiment
number of applicants since at the college under! the chairmanship of the Junior Red Cross *! theater! he establishedat
":eI.1It end day school for ,irk. Crade en* fe 4 .lr.. FtJyeaered the Il'hool11 opened' nearly of Bishop John J. of Jacksonville this past year Mllanova. Among ethers, r
!+*.d. Program' in ludw adage preparatory end ....,./
g who
70 years ago according to Wright of Pittsburgh. Ustheme Father Eugene: C Kohls received Margo Jones
court, route, art and sportt. Conducted by Senor* ef tile Holy rather Edward T, CoIn SJ., will be "The Word Endures welcomed Mayor Ritter to \nil awards here was playwright
N.",". 33 It layibore BOIII. .rd .
Tampe, Fiend principal!. Forever parish school Edward AR>ee.

-\\"" "'"''"'''\''''' '''''''' ''' ''' '''''''''''N At the third quarter assembly .

PATRONUi; TIIFSK:! : .\1I.tRTISInS10: : / it was announced that
M.ITOHT lout r,\TII 01.1 1C I'KKSS: first and second place scholastic .
NN\NNN\AI.\\\I\NN11A honors Here awarded to
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the foIlOl'lOllludt'nlst!

Seniors. Jules Terrace,
htelloa1riez; L. ..
bad i., first: NlMUm Gregory
Harvey !Schonbrun. :Mae
Greco, Handle Adair, Gene "
CAMPIIJNDtRSONVlt1E. Flores, second. M/ : (. .
'" .
Juniors, Michael Doyle, 1 t1 .
Wad Baggs Ray Chase, s

: N. c. first, Robert Domigny, Bruce Fee: $)000 per .... for city weber Campbell, Terry Scussel, L I et;witws fr., *xlwd>,,<): Fh5ag, beat. tOTmawifbMb gyss.
Clyde Cansler second .f t ... pen;.*, IXOVM, Ct.,... .Hilts, ,lea, "c.
A Calhollc camp for boys and girls ages Sophomores, Robert Gin
7 lo 16. ZOO acres, 37 buildings la lb. bons, Jim Chamlierlm, David WRITE TO:
Blue Ridge Mountains. J.cug..ctem Jl'nt..lnsIiU. k Andry, Robert s Mary Help of Christian School
Monley, first John Risll4'..
pool, mountain
lake, with all camping Post Office Boa H
Stephen' Ondros IC, Chester s
guided by trained counselors. Victor Jose Alverei, second Tampa Florida 33605
Ideal accommodations for visiting par. Freshmen! Frank Massarl.

ents. Camp provides pick- p serrlcsj lo Manuel Mon, David Guide, Alt*. ... Ideal. bud ry ScIIooI. ....
or from nearest rail, air, bus terminal. LouIs \lllarossa. first; Steve
A camp for youngsters grow..spirit- ,\tzarelli Paul LiCalsi, Nell MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANS SCHOOLA
Johndix, Sam Nohra and
uaily, healthfully. For literature, write: Don Smarinsky. second Ho *.&. ScK el t.r l.yt

ssnsBSBssssBsm saisssslWisslec On the sports side senior At Jensen Beach novitiateHigh A,*. 10 .e II, t"e4et Sets tIww her

Address: Richard Ilankins. center on S..He4 eec+Aiely by tt",. s......... .f Den lace
the basketball' team rude Miss Judy Roberts postulant of School in Orlando: from the left I
a ..
OUR LADY OF THE BILLS CAMP both Larq. awpw. eeceeM f. ..
the Tribune-Times all
the Sisters of St. Joseph of St Augustine Margaret Shauf hneaay, Mary Burton
c'o SI.I...'. dwelt city basketball team and all serves refreshments dunnr the Margaret Wallace and Mary Bunuig. AI mar Sparta, pU. had sod Oo*. DrtfxHa .... Steps
:3JJ: scholastic Randy Stack Iw ; .
Sprlngdale A..... city ,1Ier ,'.fle.
vocation day given! at Mount St Joseph Girls from many areas of the Diocese
and Greg Jenkins also seniors
WINSTON ALL1i(. N. C. merited all city scholastic In Jensen Beach last week to students visited the novitiate during the open Write tel: May Heap .l CJ ost.a; t School.
who came from Bishop Moore houne. '.0. ... H. T.TP.. Ft.. Ute

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The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 2,1963

Of many things


The .peculiar American oroblemBy

Fr. Henry J. Miron The adjustment had to be uate its religious We, with its .. .

IN our continuing discussion made, largely, through! the languages and customs, Jvst .
ecumenism in the United children and grandchildren of as it was "back home" in the
States, we have pointedout the millions of Catholic immigrants old country. These loyaltiesto
that the problem of ecumenism who reached American the old ways complicatedthe
in America u part. shores in the lath century adjustment to Americanlife

ly one of numbers of differing which Catholics were beginning

Christian groups: 49 million The Immigration problem to make.In + vY

Catholics live In a society as it has been called, was a many Instances, since ar
with over 80 million Protestants unique one in the history of Catholics were not fully accepted "w
who belong to more the Church It was the in a predominantly R

than 360 differing religious Church's first experience in Protestant society, they be-
communities. a pluralistic society and the gan to live by themselves

Part of the reason for this Church early recognised that caring for their own immediate
pluralism was to be found in there were very few Catholic religious and social and
the original condition of religion roots upon which the Church political problems. Having
in America in the colonial could build. The fact that the been rebuffed, the Catholics
period. In this first periodof majority of Catholics prior to of the late 19th and early 20th

the development of religionin the 1880's lived in the eastern century did not try to understand g' li E
America, it was noted that seacoast areas did not aid the the Protestant or the I r M"g 4
Catholics were in a minoritywith movement of Catholics to the Protestant environment so ,

the result that religion midwest and far.west that these could be resisted J JiL' int

in America was considered to Catholic life began, in those changed and made more tolerable .

be broadly Protestant. areas literally in a religious .

However it should be noted vacuum, or at least in a social Each national group) of }yy pt
that the development of religion situation where Catholicism Catholics had this much In l 4 I 11 J1p.
progressed in America was almost a new experiencefor common: they set up a way
as the nation itself progressedand the predominantly non of life which admirably preserved
grew in size and numberof Catholic groups: who lived in their faith as Catholics

population. This growth those areas. which very likely adverted Ln
accelerated by the great Immigrations Few of the Immigrant Catholics a national spwitavr .

into America particularly were Anglo-Saxon; most from the Church, but which

after the Civil War were not English,speaking almost eliminated any possibility ) raw, w ,t, .
produced a changing attitude Those who were English- of Influencing directlythe
among the American people speaking were Irish and Protestant world of Amen

with reference to the positionof Protestant Americans of British Ira.It St. Patrick school children Largo, at dedication Mass
Catholics In the country descent found the Irish should be pointed out

Paradoxically, while In F- even more alien to their ways that this "retreat" from Intimate Archbishop Joseph P Hurley poke to lion provided on the first I floor for an en ration was Rev Mother Miry Ambrose,

rope, Protestants had l t. ad. than, for example the Ital. contact with I.......- the children of St. I'attirk School 1..aIgO.last Urged }provisional' chapel new refectory mother general of the Slaten cf Merry

just to a Catholic environment ians. tank American life was also Friday after blessing their new school( community room and kitchen. The now nee- Mother Mary Alonno accompanied her from

In the United Stiles, II should be pointed out that accepted and encouraged by addition and an addition to the convent. The lion of the convent has the pantry laundry, Worcester. for the occasion of the convent I
Catholics had to adjust to a the unfavorable attitudes of
this lark of esteem was mu ceremony began at 9 a m The coniitructionui trunk room and enclosed patio. The ircond blowing.r .
Protestant environment. many Americans to Catholicism
tual, led as It was by the bit. Catholics of New York of steel and concrete with brick facade to floor ban a .uf'<<'llor'* suite and eight{ new

For North Africa ter and hostility Irish which between had Fnclish existed: and Philadelphia could well match exiiiting atrurturm The convent addl. cells. Among the Rue.. *!l. present at the dl"lli.l
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remember the riots and the
prior te the Immigration .t(
VATICAN CITY (SCI-) either. burnings of Churchi and con NCEA meet will Sharing our troasuro
Pope Palil1 has established Sects during the "Know Noth

an apostolic delegation for These language and cultural ing" Movement in the post discuss college's

Libya, Tunisia Algeria. and differences separated Catholics civil war period.In Student learns lasting

Morocco and appointed Irish- not only from the Protestant some ways much of this changing problems
born Archbtfchop John Gor. groups who were here imposed and accepted isola
.'IoIII ( TS NO-Col-) values from example
don the first apostolic dele but, in a sense, also from tlon of the different Catholic ( stem
gate each other. legs educators meeting at
Separate Catholic and Protestant groups In
Archbishop Gordon was groups had come from separate America was broken down In this months big Catholic greatest gift 1 1.
transferred to the new post part of Europe and the the First World War Acceptance education convention are set WHVTisthe give' It Is to 'I At" a t

from that of apostolic delegate British Isles, these ranged of one another as persons to discus the prospects for share jour holy CalMIc faith ,...i
Institutions In the light '
for Thailand. Laos and from the western slopes of of value was a hallmarkof with a churchless' friend or FatherU'lirlen
the Malay nlnsu1l. The 52yearold Ireland to the Eastern coastsof trench warfare: one did of changing educational pat neighbor. That faith Is the

prelate had headedthe the Carpathians.Each not Inquire Into ones religious tern,. golden key that opens<< the John ,\.
apostolic delegation In group though Catholic beliefs at a basil for soldiering This was announced here den of heaven U U worth t sy
Bangkok\ sine February was also nationalistic. The war 'was a great from the .headquarters of tlMo1.t".1 more than all the riches of ii.

%2., each grcup wtihed! to perpet leveller of prejudice Association" Catholic whose: Educational Mod annual the Rockefellers and Came-

t convention will be heldin gtes.T
New York during Eauttr: share It with others, we Cath-
of the
the whole story
week, April 19 to 8 mutt first Intrrrtt them In It.
olio rollgion. I I'm net promming -
! Attendance is expected| to This we can do by telling to ('convert but I want til i'
total :30.WK) teachers and administrators :
,.-.ntac aH them oLtU>*ljvj)1U religj(u.offm know ghat iLsyall *u.. 4U" J
h rt 11t"-W upriR Father
I level of Catholic educatlnn. < "An right. replied ,
'c s 1'1CIf.11 be in the Am rirana life. by afltwtring questions 'I'll live you a complete i. M
and New York Hilton bout It. by lending Catholic count of instnicUantawi then :

!hoteli and the :""if'W'orll foil books such as HM Faith of (iro it to you to decide I

i leum, the NCFA. .. Milliou" (OSV. Press i. and weal to his IMS t*. or !three Mass at BarryFather
iI "Un4ws4a...N lite Catholic tuna a week for a whole ..

I I The program ef the college Faith" Ave MrU Perm semester and t then roawwedInstructWM John Punkar recently' offered Staas at
and<< unltertlly drpirtmrnt re- Hd by setting a good ea in the fall
leased by the :\nh.: ... ample.' J Ittuhap Harry High School In St. Petersburg, Fa.

that opening srtsUin' will IHt This U illustrated In the I threw awl at chrg! him. tnt every I hat obtoitlon ,- ther Pu.kr 1st p-it<>r of St. Thf'f,..'., Pysantlna

df'Ultd' t.( Mrntlfjliig pal- CMversKM af DovM B Hunt ever !hoard lf answered Rite pariah In St. Petersburg.
lens I I. wkly! and In the assistant ottMill
now an .
than. all calmly I and ablerlively ) amlnationi were held at Itlsn'
(Mirk that will affect l'.Ih- coach at Noire Darn, who relates ,
Than h* eKplained how Bishop Barry op Harry for eighth<< graders
elk higher eduralloe.Subsequent the events In this
Christ founded the atholir wishing' to attend! the M P*>
st>ions willdeal mariner Cnurrh and authorized the High School trnburg school during the
1 had football scholarships
I with how the various Apostles to carry Ills Oospel nest. nhixil year
Nnn.IoItlItH' FaIIMT
: :
of offered CM by many wuvar- to the whole world, 1i4 appointed lit Michael Frey reported this
CatiwtM h titull< higher (
tw- 'K: llaltlead!
j adios. I chow Notre Home Philip prin'rrpal
isratiM should\ d>al with Peter the chief of thApostki news from fltihop BarryNvN,44444. ,
cause of Ma high academicstanding of .Hishop Harry High
and the head of HisChun
.orh problems and pro
a* well as Its great earth fc-hool Father Lawrence ,'"
h and promisedthat
1*<11. traditMM on tile gridiron I tuiMiincham' anA .father' I'd

Pope comes to call Two df tM trsWJonallyprhrale of the oV. know MHe s4nmt ..... Catholic not prevail the gate against of hell It shall rick tavwlv. faculty mem- ONLY $4.95 TO OWN
refuses whets I cam to Notre 'hers, recently visited the pa
parlment'l Sister FormationSection Dame and wood r d If I wouldbe I wan deeply linprrssfd h, rnrhml hnnli In this area to REBEL BISHOPu"uu"
These choir boja at St Joseph parVI, as Ui* Pontiff visited them on thoish wilt' be thirar
open d to convert Its. srrmrni, especially speak t pr *sur '"
in Rome show raried reactions! to Second Sunday of Lent Thu "tUtUt"
the '
to general jnMi
Hut neither students nor far rwrfrsvln and Holy ('am- omtrnuig attendant at a
the presence of their.Bishop, Pop Paul senor i .is t. 'nt"rrd n t"' uHy dd s.. I wont to a Church munS's' ('.th,,li<' ilih School Th.
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gramto in South nM M Sunday and I'ririts. .1.| >.ke. alxiut the stir CLEARWATER
Ic profe;::.ril. and sg[ > 'ual l had the\ MM freedom to The former brings Christ'sforgiveness Itual, academic and athletic!
training! of !"se' practice my faith a. at home to the penitent as vita of Hi h"p tarryMrempanying
and the latter Winf. Christ
LARGO My roommate wa Kenneth Mimaelf." .body MIl blood< soul the I'rlrili
Adamson who captained the a* tlnrfrnt rrprrsrntstlvri (
and divinity Aa I wanted ratmerely
: Noire IM.. team in IM andales' the srhMl were llui fllllMrkm
1 a reminder or symbol
played' with the Denvertlroneo Hill Mrlh, Gregory
of OirUt but Ute ,..Uty. I IWM
i < *. No matter how tired trios, ll.rM Gregg; Itkhard REPAIR
Largo Suprex the
i ; ) by
j Y I"> WM from football practice<< .WIIJ.trluIl' llrr, 1(1111 Kohl Peter
i'I Itl W /.., Dn". J- be w.sU "roll i out of the Landry, Mlrkirl lp, Mlikirl Till n.... .U. fUftlro

I II Downtown N.rt toW '..r pod.rta .. ..,. ,... uck" and II to Mass and Thoroughly convinced that >h"J"hII" V-hofl- Quills, "..""'...hl'

I Moo .4frrfl*' thru eras InTHK t IWy Communion. almost I the Catholic Church la Christ'strue I Ieo,, !have Jkunfl! anA l (H larkSullltasli (1870 DREW ST.

: ri/lKIIlt (AtHOUOOV1llE'S dsuV. He would make visits Church I was receivedand r..*.. (ILtsTaCLARK'S
t Ie the thud and kneel l down mad my First Holy (ommIlIUGIa lira Man h 71. entrance n
GULF SERVICE Y ID the meet to say his nightprayers. -' red letter day in
1019 W. l LV.T; my rsumsto. I married a
*, I kdvdol; ;
Ul tin D. -L lovely Cathnttr ..,.. Abigail
r Flo eI
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SI43I4J N'.i .rr. P4/ I could see hew r.l*>. Gage. a graduart* W nrt
24 rW ft ft Ccso .d 1./.J' Dwye. penetrated !late the very rare M Mary' College, sod. (KM) GULF SERVICE .
Wr,ck.. Sic. LARGO FLORIST If his b.l. I ,.. i his ...... life first child) IsttrUIIS I CIW
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Truck ....p.r..., rvIXW5 5140111 This se.m..4 futestic Inwt Now I'm .hark coaching *t
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Tight: The Florida Catholic. Friday. April 2, 1965
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defeatof Church { US

n Vatican pavilion adds I

religionaim Apostleship Hospital jubilee 1 ,

:NFW: ORII;:.\NS NO(: ST. LOll (NC-TheCath. a new features for 65 Fair .

of Reds The Mwstleship of' the Sea. olic Hospital Association has ;J

concerned with the spiritual. appointed a committee of 49 NEW PORK (>t)-The tiara of Pope Paul \'I and a JGutenburg

\ATIt\N l'ITIN1( moral and social welfare of clergymen. religious and laymen Bible will be the major addition. at the Vatican r

The final aim of Russian communists maritime porkers, has sched. to assist In planning the Pavilion of the World'. Fair when lU second season begins *I
is the "dt>l'at of the sled its :4l\h<>\ annual meeting 1965 observance of its 50th

number one ideological enfmy in Baton Rouge. April 20 22. anniversary April 21.
religion and the Catholic The movement' also designated The association. founded
Church." :May 2 as Sea Sunday 1915 in St. Paul will make its hiur / nounced that the Good Shepherd statue, on loan from I

Osservatoie Romano. whose purposes are "to focus annual convention the high. ( the Lateran Museum in Rome. will be repositioned for

made this comment (March thought and prayers on the light of the celebration To beheld better viewing- Michaelangeloa famed Pieta, viewed in JL

23)) on recent communist of large number of souls who in St. Louis, June 8 to 11, 1964 by 13.821037 visitors, will remain in its unaltered ;
fers to engage in a dialogue live by the su" and "to help the convt'ntionl'ill have the setting which was designed J
with Catholics particularlywith build up action! for the Sea theme "The Past a Prologue chapel He noted that despite t
Award winning
by Academy
the so-called 1 progressive Apostolate" ." said Father John J __ a very excellent\ traffic pat p'j?
wing of the Church Flanagan SJ, executive
Adoration day i il Francis Cardinal Spellman many viewers failed to see the ll p
The Vatican (Itv dally. rlt Archbishop of New York and statue which was in a niche "
Named editor
log a number of superficially 1VASllIGTONCCath( ) Bishop Bryan J. McFntcgart to the front left of the altar '.

friendly articles In the soviet olic youth across the nation CIUCU.O (NC) Timothy of Brooklyn! will preside at an This art treasure F'
was r-
press, said these show that are being invited to participate A. Murname has been named r.I opening-day ceremony. A constructed several centuriesago
the communists have understood in a national "adoration executive editor of Extension: Ish Mass will be offered in the from 34
fragments foundin
vert' little Indeed of therenewal dOlY" on Sunday. May 2. magazine published here, lie 1 Good Shepherd of f the church" Monsignor: Frederick i J. .
was editor of Work magazineof L altar is being rearranged Believed to date (from the |II)
Stevenson director of the na the Catholic Council to conform to changes
Referring to an article on on third centurv. the thrPt'.footI j
tional C\O federation which Working Life here and Act ordered bv the Second \ati
renewal Kommumst organof ; high marble statue is one of
the central committee of sponsors the event said will Catholic be publication of the Christian Mayor of Jacksonville addresses students can Council. the earliest known representations
the communist party In the young Family Movement Prior to Monsignor Gorman said the of a beardless Christ
U.S.S.R.. L'Osserv atore Ro urged to] attend Communion Mass, and receive that he was a reporter for the Major Lou Hitter of Jacksonville! Hitter Ricky Beeman Marshal RnRg tiara and the Bible will be dla The Pieta enclosed in an

mano declared Within the spend Holy part of the day privately Catholic I I Universe Bulletin, spoke recently to students of Trinity Mayor Ritter spoke on the importanceof played in the crypt area the area protected by bullet proof

framework of the most rigid before the Blessed Cleveland Extension maga Academy parish school in Jacksonville: being a well.informed citizen A heart of the pavilion which glass was encased In a plastic .

marxist 1rnlnist schemes the Sacrament zinc has been published linre from the left, Elizabeth White, Mayor question and answer period followed. contains an exact replica of cocoon during the fall and
article attributes the renewalof The theme for this jean \m! by the Catholic Church the tomb of St. Peter. winter The temperature in

the Church exclusively to observante i 18 "('Confirmation Extension Society.Failure Cardinal Spellman broughtthe the pavilion II kept constant

political: reasons and impul Sacrament of Christian Maturity jew encrusted triple gol'. to guard the 4fi6vear-old marble .
tee ." he naid Other inten to si hare faith New films den crown to the United State masterpiece from deterioration

The Vatican City daily added tions are that the Holy Spirit II..'.... ._.11, ... .1.",,,.. he Ih/ 1_..'., at .......,. in November 14 for the .
that the Catholic Church the Fathers of the'at.. purpose of using displays of
while bringing itself up to lean Council and that God criticized by convertie Morally unobjectionable for IMF, 1m1; : mmisc.: it to raise money for the :Next to the Pieta and the

date has not changed nor will giant! to youths the light to general pfltronaceTm (fCoU I i world poor Good Shepherd statue, the
It change anything in the deposit \) Tilt: JIAC.IF:: ( Bible and the tiara are the
: know their vocation and the R)" Gf'1111IJ.'ArKEF Horn \ il'llllTIIF. (ilndul)1 Pope Paul earlier that year
of Faith entrusted to it grace to follow it. 1Il' nR: (fA A.I) JOy IN Tllh: :\lOn I\(. during the third session of the most precious articles' at the
by its divine founder Jesus (NO) (Catholics are hinderingeon TOI'O dlfjIO; ; (tCoLl> i MGM: )i council had offered the tiara pavilion.

Christ Library week \ermonn because! they have n ot been taught to share their lEBR.IS Tilt: MTUIFNMGM for the poor. Monsignor Gor The Pieta Is Insured for M
I f for
"That H' why the Church religion with others ( : )) Morally unobjectionable man said that for the present million; the Good Shepherd
changed its :M I'\\: \ nil K-Thill national adult. with reservations
has not ( judgment The criticism came from George F Saxon, former Morally unobjectionable for there is no intention to encourage statue 12 million; and the
which has library week observance will run ni-:sirtT": fin communism held Fjiwopahfn: priest, who withbecame : his wife and three childrenwith adults and adolescents direct donations for Bible f:;yiO.000, The tiara has
here from 25 to
been expressed by the Popes April 'OI.U.l'TOR 1ColiM'tRISI'IIE ( I 1
the : OF this purpose from viewers an estimated value of between
converts to
beginning with Pope Leo"XIII May 1 A school kit was ere others who have similar (tlt Fr ) :NOTE;: An AIV ilassificatnn The Bible! which will be on $15 000 and 185.000.

down to our own times atrd to assist in planning. Catholic Church in 1961. Interests, or try to get pamphlet OF IO\F: U'mv t tUF tam is given to certain films i loan from the General The The pavilion was second to
school and
(community pro.Ill'a "We must not worry about racks plated where :.\( II ni..VNF.FTUIM.O-: : ; which while not morally of oiogical Seminary here a the General Motors pavilion
related to the reading
JACKSONVILLEINCOME m8 of nation' ( how many (people] we get Into they will benefit people to implement lAmer Intl.l) fentuve in themselves require training house for Fpiscopa: as the most popular exhibit
development our t the Church but be more con conversions, he said CIRTHF: (Fox) caution and some analysis i ,ian clergymen\ Is one of 44 The G 11 I. exhibits drew

young terned about disposing people Saxton now is an advisor In ('IKSF: Of TIIF: FIYFox. I ) and explanation as a protection of the first printed Bibles still IS.709.000 of the total attendance

TAX to our religion so if the gift of Convert Makers of America Fit IESnlIUTS:: : : to the uninformed against I in existence It fits Into two of V 71S.332 at the fair

EMPIRE ACCOUNTING 4111: .TkwtouwiL r. faith piesrnts itself they will. with headquarters in Pontiac TIIF M'\( FM.tN: wrong interpretations and I rarer categories. being one of The Vatican pavilion 13,823,.
SERVICES .a'lI be conditioned to grasp it," Michigan lie said CMA mem (Vernon) false conclusionsMorally 3.1 printed! on vellum\ and one 037 viewers were 4987 percent

7210833 I Saxton said in an interview hers strive mainly to inspire I.OKI) JI\I (ICol.l) : objectionable In partfor I of 22 which is complete of this figure.

Frank V R.nm.. Owner. I "IRlKT.it l, As an Episcopalian: clergyman others to work in areas of \IOKDl :MIFF: (Col\ ) all Monsignor Gorman said be
,. I The Bibles
were printed In
lint nU.f.KT Y. Saxton neived a parish convert making He pointed MI moon itiAsuitn:: ILL TXKLSUFHFN: Germany about" the Ills; expects the ratio of one view.!

near Milwaukee for to >ears. out that the group recently (Warn) Its A.)I year er for everv two visitors to
( bY Johann Hutenhurg Ie.131! *
He\ was Methodist: and 0181'1. began trying to establish \\kFI: KltlMHF:. 1IIKtmv! ; : continue during the April to
I IN nltJ'sI.U' (Para t KM 1 ) who Is considered the In-
RELIGIOUS BOOK pie of Christ before becoming communications with convert ( ,) September 1965, season
ZOMBI l (Del Tenney)I Senior .1 printingMnotigoor .
& GIFT SHOP pAio. special background. he said ,. .. He/ expressed the
/TATr* th."J..k..II1._ wOhAellwool. r >DTQ1f z7! (hat people ,,11hf'lIrf\ In former ministers could great A URSI'FILFUOR: LOn GOIHSSf( : : THF: Good Shepherd statue will b. Subscribe now

rwrernxn--alt. MlanAla.. what (slhnlki believe If they dialogue Iv aid relations. in Christian (Imv) (Walter Rude) placed behind the altar in the ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, '"''''

Calls" raw able netec.a ran see their faith displa>ed
Saxton said h* entered the
II.M. a hprw.a.III In their dally lives
..* Or<.'' IIii.4 Fpiscopalian: ministry with

Phone 721'-06SSMQCSpNVKil'S MIAM..a ****** *"11's have) been laiight how hopes of becoming a perpetual "Our 18th Year" -

STIAKS to defend our Faith hut we deacon tse of lay deacons : \

p..e at .. Y.v M. W.b.e haven been taught how to which has been ap. ;
FINES! ease. chare ft," he said 'Faith It. proved by the \atican conncil .

self is a most sublime and could he a
ThuflderbW precious thing and whateverour to the Church, he said Fooct&1Mds .

family has given up Is "This would also ItlIh.. ;
R. TAURANfStrvtrif A..e
; iC No-c.vr.
nothing to the great tonsola. convert minister an opportunity
DtllcUui lion w have in attending to serve the Church,"
HFr it not only' (to ",ovId.
3" :'olass" he explained 'Conversion H wholesome outdoor Ile I, but !

STJAiCSSEAFOODS .. --...--, !Saxton aid the Catholic a difficult thing for Protestant at the unto time to ,on;it In true ch",+ctee @ ..a .
; .. drop off U ft,....11I.. ministers because the vocation $$1i f' LfJ
Gu-fill.Innrinr.. -.u I ',rl.\l\t\ .. liturgy changes will stimulate formation, Tho Campef b'9i" and ."d, till day ':
fRMIJlllStUI Joseph M.r.ll.. Mgr (conversions but not Immed comes with vou Mdlomt'how m the protonc of God; at th. Holy Sa crd,co of : I'
353-7419 ately lie said a Protestant you must compensate the Mns ill the morn rq .nd at B..dictoll, of 1

EXPRESSWAY could not sense the faith by for it the Blessed Sacrament., in the *von (19. H'I every "
234 W. Fonyth St. attending a I Latin Mass! while He described the conversion hour ii sods the "p..ioll; and 9u;dance of _

the Mast in English has this of his family. a gradual young mn of oiompUry and euhttnd, quit- In fete Vcxolt and
putl'nllal."ThrJ'f'1). unfold ng from the time I was it;... Ho it presented with livi", tiamplti .' u'

nothing to heilarmed in the :Methodist Church un Catholicity ill the conduct of hit counselors end HiUi nnA bikes and ___
.EA ST RLlNG, PHAR'MA'CV, about that conner. tIll I came out of It." ..;th the chII'9i"9 oiomploi, of' the qr*'t ...i nHrhoii (i-) ..:.:=:.

N' U"I.K I'NN'. .lrTlll eNS Il N MODS have fallen off" Saxton He said the change rnntlnueri llvit all at Good Counsel Camp' strive to Rites of/ Florida
...... f........ ('I... ..a c..... ,.."..,...... noted This will be while 'follow For boys and girls\ from I t* IS
r_ r/.hoe ... ".u.... L..rh..ea.4 .... NN compensated FpUcupalis
1.s. eia.41., ells. a. .1h/. -1111 a hundr..dfold'I'ry seminarian when he studied SWIMMING OVERNIGHT TRIPS
1111 h.._.. ... 571.... shortly And it will lie the moral theology and the ... ..
It. S .'ATeli.e n.-......... .. BOATING CAMPFIRE HANDICRAFT
average: lav Catholic, newly lure Itl f authtirllT. In the -
Inspired, whoII\ accomplish (hurth In detail He found 4i 1 FISHING HIKING RIFLERY

It's our Pleasure this even though he may not many of their sources Influenced .
know it now" by Roman Calhollcltm. raratler AYa. Atr..pN/pl $4w-e1 Pol'V1ai cove _......, .f III
to serve you . ft* said the most Important S ... .... 1 I. .n ,..... ..., r.. ..l ..... .1 r1.s4e. me .... M.. of 'All. 1e.e Ap PIe,
!In ton said h* led his fam 'I r ,h. .1 rh.rrl ,1r. iv.rnat .Ir"' A t. I+ M
And our Responsibilityto aspect of the new liturgy is ::::::nil n:; :;II, kMull TIM Mtan I. hr.r.e .::...,h r/n.n n' ': Intl. f. iCamp
that It has direct effect on Sly Into the Episcopal Church 5 'v"- .<..< Mel N .ll. r.. .... w., _, .in ...4,. r/MM. h.....w..1,'.
serve you WELLI! the through( a newspaper' advertisement :. ,I'. ..44.".... >M tt man l.*in._ Ie ... ,.._ a1M .... .1ItdI p..../ ....
average lay Catholic c net. Io,.
Hotel .
George 'His participation forces '''=o
V looked In the want ads e.ON CNPU1tern ..."".. Trersasra
end the him to become involved he to find a church he l! .. et..LN Pith .t wwe.000n.5
Mplained L. 11..1.1.. n. ..... _. .. ,, _
explained, "and it is r.e.IM. 5 .e ) ,
an extension ere 1If.
Roosevelt Motor Hotel "And w. didn accept "' ..- .I, ....hUI. P..... .. w..4,,.( water ....... ,$ ...." h.,1 -'sn.,
of this Involvement a Knights of Columbusad Y ., en4 oars. ...., n. M./ I. ..... ..4 M ..... ...._ .N ..w of I 7L

Beth In COII 'ni."t which Is the key to reachingout because we were completely ,.ur., ,,, .
st er..a.r not a..llw of ,.. ._. of .- U.f ....
Oownlewn JACKSONVILLEDEIHU and getting others in It ) conditioned against this I i I. .. n "I.p.r.i, _pheM. ..1._ /'...........1 .ntlrU./n.. n. N"...... ....
works along<< with the other had found l .".'M ..,-. ...'.". _.., ....se..e .. ,.. "... .".._. e.n 4.. .... M
new and vital concepts in the the Catholic my Church experience unfavorable with. p, ......v.-, ,"...H..fI.. 1. ..10..-..n."e IAr _. 11N11 .....ra1'w. .... e. b.n .,. ... ,_
Church and thought R was the
last place to ..%... .N..N.
The first step Catholicsnlslst go WOOOCRAfTSt STAFf

1 make toward producing<< The converted clergyman. Dates & Rlt.s. 1965 < ... ..... e.. w c.111 .-,...
served the
converts It t* became Informed Episcopalian' parIsh k ,1,3 .. MA ctmf r r_

UK what *
In the Church today, ht laid basic hilI' a seminarian and ,, R ''' ?, ?. ... h e.IN.rwM. ..p7, ._
full time his first after + p 1Mr Jrn Mht
fur fA" r. II' ."..., ...... ".,....
Catholics sould I ...
organizeFxctJcnf ordination : a.- .-. .--0 "...._...

llwurolct H. preached hi* farewell t f1k 'a'', .. : n ......... orb tire .... a_. e.w.N..M/

eNNNNNNNNN11.1N1N Christmas sermon to the eve congregation. !%iO. The! Sax en h .u. 1 1 '. P.Y.hr. a.... hl. :::::'".::::::.. r./.1'- ".:::::.

11 tons now belong to Holy Apostl .CAM. ". ., .RATES r..e....:=.. ::.::::: .e
*'a parish, :New Berlin Two .. n rY. wM. 'It" ....... ._ 5.. ....

daughters ban entered a t 1, ., ..'.. ..= ;:: =':'':--'::: :::::....':.:..". ....-.. hM.

convent .. aeu.Y y.. ._:
Reflecting on his asiocla I' + I Ir .,
? tion with the Episcopal ; ... ; .p ,.1 =r N hr : J' rh.rw.r+ 4
You will U. Amonctn., INTERESTin Church he feel it Is characterized = "MJI& J i
YOUR account. by a disparity of faith '-". --

!because of its so-called high ; - - - + ... +e
church and low church 1 Foe InfomeeKes

BEACH BOULEVARD mitt""-184 groups / Clip This Coupon and Send It To: s ft" "
seas MM.IV..*., O MI 1MVMill A This Is very confusing to
= eub .. P .J / people and because of it they 1 Rt R.. M" 6MOq' W c.j,,,. -. ,. 0 lot SSI, Venice. Re. '
..n. .1, have a lot of leakage." be I V..ic.; Florc/: / Phan. 411-2711 1 i CS

AMERICAN 7/ -..> ..: sad He said Catholics hare PLEASE SEND C c.+eIe, / !, ?

""Ml* ROOK. he.e Awe II..IMWAy Food nothing to fear from Protestants i I D Woodcraft Applle.6ee C C.hch.eictl Appleitee: s i.Oa
Memo**'LLI. n.o.,.* .i.u !because "w.'r* living In
NAME..._ ,
a poet Protestant era We w+i'1I

AMERICAN. ,a/ J Two 7)M JACIcsopnltE a._ ...... IUM LOCATIONS. .. defending should stop[ exrrv warning dogma about of ADDRESS __, __. ._ ._._.__.___ s

_....., '.. ... ..... "/ ) Tu-Ieez JMV44I faith above a afore positive 1 CITY STATE ZPSays ; _,

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Marian hears broadcasto -Nine The Florida Catholic, Friday April t, 196J
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congress ------ "-

Santo Domingo by. Holy. Father r Bishop Quinlan upholds

1 VATICAN CITY (XC) --Pope Paul-VI hu told the "Whoetcr follows closelythe freedom fight in Vietnam I

International _
Marian Congr in Santo Domingo that course of history and eb

I he Church proclaims Mar y'a; common motherhood of series the events which af. IJXS Alf EII'S (NC-Bishop) Thomas Qulnlan S.S.CLho ,

1 mankind "in order to call m len< to greater; and more con flirt the present day world Kt \\ survived the infamous 1960 Red death march inIf

s !Clout brotherhood also perceives as a basic note North Korea, observed: : we're beaten In Vietnam
Pope Paul said snipe between Our Lady and deep within the heart of mankind wed better
on March the get our running MOM ready because we'll
!tS in a Spaish-Ianguage ra- whole of believing man a common yearning: aa be run out of Alfa"
broadcast kind in the economy of salvo insistent desire for peace. he
t Ira to the final tion. out was captured by the
Irish born
Bishop Quintan.
r Congress session that the "Everyone invokes It. Its North Koreans
11, vicar apostolic ( Chun
:Church: In
hopes this
"to absolute
way necessity is uni-- '
t lion( Korea, expressed his Bishop Qulnlan was in the
I educate of men to more frequent Orthodox given versally proclaimed," Pope < t ,dews in an interview here death march la which 400
jse understanding and for Paul said."Yet .
lie said that if the forces of American prlseners died
l jiveness them, almost as if compelling saint's relics in how many parts of e freedom are conquered in among them Bishop Patrick

to behave in the world does it appear only w, IlLJjffft Vietnam, 'we've lost Asia." Byrne M.M., American Mary
their relations
with in timid I
fragile reality, Dearly knoll mlssloner.
, that solidarity and collaboration VATICAN CITY (CSC-) always in danger becauseof "Ni'xt will go Burma, then

l which the presence and Orthodox Patriarch Benedik- the inequality of social Catechetical teacher's visit Thailand will fall and all we'll He was released after three

serene glance of a mother inspires tos I of Jerusalem has officially levels, because of a clash of hue is a slight sliver! of South years through intervention by
and vivifies in a fsm- announced that relicsof Korea," h, added. the Russian government. la
factions, of opinion or of Sister R.C.D. the
pressure Mary Agatha makes Looking at statue with her are,
1lT. St Sabbas 1954 he returned to his
now in Veniceare ma.don
. to be returned to Jerusalem because and power blocs-in fine catechism lessons so interesting that from left Theresa Moore, Richard M\e hate te fight! for our at Chun Chon.
of human
t "The human family will according to Vatican weakness ficklenessand the children of Blessed Sacrament par Vanderbrock Pat Monteverdi and par free world right! here. If we Bishop Quinlan made a

find In Our Lady 'the door Radio broadcast. iah in Qermont look forward to the tially hidden from view, Kathy Moore. let the Chinese communistsknow tour of the Catholic High(
through which the "But the Church, which lain
Light came St. we mean badness, theywoa't Schools of the Diocese
Sabas was born in 439 regular classes taught each weekend. of St.
into the world the world and in the "
justice peace service start anything, the
, In Augustine February
Cappadocla and fled
as a of the world sp.aIna *
liberty and sweetness."Supported gives to the Bishop said
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youth to Palestine where he to the youth on the modern
world its fruits
own which
by this motherly lived as a hermit. He also last throughout eternity and To better Brazil Charities official gives He went to China from Ireland Christian heroes of their
protection the founded a monastery in the Faith.ORLANDO.
Pope continued in 1920
thus endeavors to spread its NATAL (XC) Declaringthat as a newly ordained
"Christians will be Judea desert which still exists and Columban Priest He
thought activity by offerIng two-thirds of their people
rcore closely united to the He is regarded as a to the men of its time an "are living in subhuman conditions support to adoption bill has been ia Asia ever since.
Mediator and Saviour, Jesus of Eastern monastldim. orientation toward truth and "
the Catholic Bishops His first contact with the
ntensely Christ in order with to Him live more and life," the Pope told the Con of northeast Brazil asserted WASHINGTON (NC) -An official of the National Chinese Reds came in the WINTER PARK

through Him in union Vatican Radio quoted Patriarch gress. that the Church itself must Conference of Cathollo Charities haa declared that a bill early IMO's when he negotiated
among Benedlktos "Therefore when it proclaims fight against "the defects
as stating grave for release of Columban
themselves. paaaed' by the United States Senate to end the Interstate
existence of
a In the and
regional national missloners captured by them.In .
Paul referred "We announce with mother "black market" In babies would be a help to Catholic and
Pope to the profound common in the person systems, which are responsible 1834 he was sent to Korea STEVENS
Biblical foundations of the satisfaction that the of Mary Most Holy, it does other private welfare..

for the
aggravation ----- ----- for one reason or another. where he helped start a mission RUGS and CARPETS .....
iloctrine on Mary proclaimed Vatican has permitted the so indeed by virtue of a doc of the social situation" eiea.: Senator Dodd, chairman of at Chun Chon, Just south LINOLEUM-ROC* Till
m the ecumenical council'sConstitution patriarch of'enlc. trinal requirement and in The Bishops voiced their determination Monslgnor Raymond Gal the senate Juvenile delinquency of the Jflih parallel. FREE ESTIMATES
(Giovanni Cardinal Urban
on the Church ) obedience to the will expressed to bring the Catholic .
lagher, executive secretary subcommittee has US Part. Are. Sou*
to accede with benevolence to During World War II, Dish-
red then outlined the relation- In the testament of its
the desire we expressed to Divine Founder community of this economically of the conference, noted that charged that "baby brokers" op Quinlan was a Japanese Ph. Ml I 4-7102, Winter Part.
and also
depressed part of the bill, Introduced by Senator have sold 4t. all
as as
him for the return to Jerusalem prisoner until 1945, In 1950
with due regard to the environment Brazil into the
dynamic path Thomas J. Dodd of Connecticut

infants a year by evading when the Korean broke
of the illustrious relict war
in which it must opened by the ecumenical Is aimed at protect. state laws. The measure WE ARE NOT THE
of St. Sabbas! to be once more live."
preserved in the monastery council big the religion of the adopted for five yean Imprisonment Edits collection LARGEST, BUT WITHY
child as much as possible.The and fines up to $10.000
PARK he founded in 483. The transfer TO IE THE ttlENDUBT
of the relics Is a great senate unanimously for illegal Interstate I '.((IrkIng WASHINGTON (NCI-)

vent for our church and for paned the measure by a in adopthe children Nancy P Brown an English 41/40/0 1
the whole of Christianity and .tae voice vote on March 22. It Is professor at Trinity College\ :

will favor the development of almost Identical to the bill Bars Cuban Priest here, will edit an Important

Herman J. H.idrlcnt brotherly relations." paused by the senate last year ROT.OTA, {"olombl.1( )1A Sent but which died in the houseof Blessed Robert Southwell S,J,.
Cuban family that recently' with
.**.... ..< *kl...", ('O"PL"I Pin rOI'IOL a representatives arrived her. has reportedthat 18th century English I Priest- Security
ei rued ,.... ..< VIIIMU.. LEWISGOBIEXTERMINATING +J" e11t "The people attacking the the pastor of a Cuban martyr and port the Folger SAVE AT

Cause. .saps. r.*.cn. CO. bill have criticized us for refusing city of over 123,000 Inhabitants Shakespeare Library has an
to place children for nounced. SECURITY FEDERAL
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THE Monsignor Gallagher number of Catholic fam- hitherto unknown letter from ss

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j jj j Tea The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 2,1965

._: Death recalls
On religious unityCardinal 1 Y '/ X" e heroic workof

Shehan sees Cardinal

rk Nuoro on the island of Sardinia -
cause for optimismNEW In 1924 and five years

later became Archbishop of
ORLEANS (NO-Lawrence Cardinal Shehan Sassarl Sardinia In 1930 he

ef Baltimore has said here that there la reason for "a n P was transferred to head the

degree of optimism" about religious unity. r archdiocese of Turin.

"Obstacles of great importance" still remain, he said, Cardinal Foiattl'i efforts In

but "we can hardly believe that we would have come so behalf of his people during

far without the blessing of World War 11 made him a
dmal Shehan declared the
;; hero. Hit/ city"'as bombed
God and His grace council document takes a ,
; \w\ 105 times from 1940 to 1915
Cardinal Shehan is chairman "new look" at non-Catholle 't'I ,4t :
of the United States Christians and the Church < ; /< ? with great Ion of life and

B II hop I' Commission for relationship to them property.The .

Ecumenical Affairs In mid. Besides being i Incorporated Germans considered

March a group of theologians into Christ by Baptlsm- arresting him because of the
representing the commissionand a thing the Church has always Church's assistance to the
the National Lutheran held our separated persecuted people particularly
Council engaged In discussions brethren also share with the the Jews in the Piedmont
in his archdiocese and Church certain fundamental M region. Toward the end of the

mapped plans for further doctrines" he said Among war it Is said he persuadedthe
Lutheran-Catholic talks. these he listed belief in the retreating Germans not
The Cardinal spoke (March Trinity and in Christ as I to pass through Turin
23)) at a civic reception celebrating Saviour and veneration for lie was a member of the
the bestowal of the Sacred Scriptures and for Congregations of Sacramental

pallium-a woolen band worn Mary Discipline, of the Council and
over the shoulders and symbolizing "They have moreover of Religious.
\ episcopal authority- many of the endowments f te ,
on Archbishop John P Codyof which go to build up and give T
New Orleans. Protestantand life to the Church Itself-the 'y1I Dedicates clinic

Jewish representativeswere life of grace; faith, hope and !K + 1r' INCIIOV KoreaC( ) -
present for the occa charity; together with the internal Massachusetts.born Bishop

sion.He gifts of the Holy 1. r ft'illiam J. McNaughton M M ,
spoke In detail of the Spirit," he said. of Inchon blessed and dedicated

ecumenical council's decree On the subject of Joint worship 1 to Christ the King anew
on ecumenism calling It "un the Cardinal said that clinic here for the Mary-
doubtedly the first hopeful "in certain special circumstances brlia knoll Sisters
and effective step the Church ," such as prayer
has taken in many centuriesin services for unity and ecumenical
hitwr St Tfus'relics /
the direction of universal gatherings, it Is "al .
Christian reunion lowed and even "desirable"that

He said the ecumenism decree Catholics pray togetherwith ;ofI4... ,', will be
makes it clear that there others ._M
'. -
can be! no compromise by "Such prayers in commonare Air ::3 : : sent to Crete

Catholics on matters of doc certainly a very effective -J' '. M r ..:..
means of petitioning for the
trine and
warns against
"false ireolclsm which couldso grace of unity and of are the a Eau Gallie Catholic School boys. track Gemini heroes into space Cardinal nSlCE: Urbani(SC) -of Giuseppe Venice
genuine expression
u.l1ylead to excesses
has .
announced that he Is sending
.." ties their which till bind brethren Catholicsto Eighth grade boys, ranging In age from assembled electronic tracking equipment for atructed some of the tracking items themselves. a relic of St Titus to the

But at the same time, Car. he stated separated 12 to 15 years, built and operated a Gemini tracking the Gemini spacecraft flown by The Gemlni-3 capsule made three Orthodox patriarch on the
tracking station as a project at Ascension Major Virgil I. Grissom and Lieut Comdr orbits in space around the earth. It was" the Greek island of Crete

But also I he continued School in Eau Ga1ll Sister Mary Assump- John W. Young on March 23 from Cape world's first maneuverable manned apace Cardinal frbinl said In a

VACATION "participation"s worship in Is not one to another be- ta, program supervisor, and Sisters of Mercyof Kennedy near Eau Came Loan of the craftBlessed pastoral letter that the drcl-

SORTS...C4KOLIWA... a..t" a.-.M..t.l.fMIe. ...Blow. considered as a means to be Ardee who /staff Ascension School supervised equipment was arranged by fathers of the don to return the relics te the

U| ....k 'pOa. F.r Information used Indiscriminately for the the young men's work. The pupils Ascension School students. The boys con. ancient Orthodox churches In
Mil n writ W. I. McM.h.n restoration of Christian I which they had originally
.... -- -----------
lot? 1.11' s* *t. JlI. been made
Ill.MM. unity." was
with the appro al ef Pope
"There are." he said, "two Pope says work Coming events Trinity mourns rail l lI..

TERMITES main principles upon which
the practice of such common expresses good Cardinal Urbanl reportedthat
SWARMING? worship depends: first that Women's day of recollection of Sombre de Dios, St. Angus- two in St. Petersburg a group of Orthodox
of the unity between believers ; St. William Church, Keystone line from Crete visited St ?:Mark
Pope Paul'I has urged a Heights; April 6. Dedication of Cathedral of basilica here to before
which is expressed of workers to ST. FETI: :RSIHTUl-Members of Blessed Trinity rare pray
by common worship and the group look1l'On\ factory their work at an Men's day of recollection, St Augustine December I. Mi here are receiving the prayers and sympathy of a reliquary containing the remains -

Jlff' longing for closer union expression of solidarity with April 11, Sam. until noon. Eucharistic Congress, St. friends for the deaths and Inlurit. which occurred fol. of the skull of St. Titus,
Augustine, February 20. 19fit an early Christian who ,
which praying together! can Bishop Barry High !\School St, was
i their fellow men and their lowing an automobile accident
intensify, and, second, that contribution to the Petersburg, all parishes invited Dedication of Votive being transferred to the following appointed Bishop of Crete by
tall I 1J7 of sharing in the means of common Church, Mission of Nombre de on March 25. hospitals: St. Paul. Later the Cardinal
good Dios St. Augustine April 17, Two women who died said the Orthodox rail arch
grace "Human labor, as an expression Low \ \ to :Mrs later went 10 :Mound
"The lack of unity Sunday Pilgrimage 19fi>6. were officials of the parish In Crete asked for the return
very forbids of an active and generous :Mission of ombre de' Dlos, Confraternity of Christian I I Park Hospital. M Petersburg of the relics.

/er the sere./ yew hart. worship.generally In particular common cases, solidarity for the construction St. \ugusllne( ,April 25, S p.m.y Pope broadcasts Doctrine. ; Mrs. Anita :\lan'rtdl.II "It is not without sacrifice
of the common good, ordination of Priests, 10 a.m. Tampa General Hospital; ," the Cardinal wrote,
however the ecumenical
can indeed be strengthenedby at America's Oldest !Mission, \\T1C\V ('ITY (SCt-) Among the three others Injured and Mrs Filomena Parry to "that we prepare to witness
Ultltf grace! to be obtained sometimes faith In the Communion of Pope Paul VI has advised a Is Mrs Sofia R. IAIpr.liP" M. Uihony's Hospital 51.I'rlpr.burg. the return to the East of theseenerated
:' commends it The con. Saints. Chicken barbecue benefit pilgrimage of Spanish young I, elected president of '
crete course to be followed April 25, 17 p.m., St Joseph people visiting the birthplaceof the Blessed Trinity parish \ relics, objects of
when due regard has been 'It becomes an act of lose parish Loretto. St Francis Xavier in Spain Woman's Club.Itosary The women, all In their our devotion for many cen

,. <:- given to all circumstances of and brotherly assistance. Covered dish supper, April always to view the world as sixties, were In the automobile tarries

:s: ABM.'trW".. \ time, place and persons, Is 'However Insignificant: and 25 from 5 to 7 pm, St. the Church views itself "In a was prayed on Saturday tshkh ran a stop sign at "Put at the same time we

ALUMINUM ,CZe P. left the to local the prudent decision of modest, it becomes an element Charles social hall, Orlando plane above any selfishness the soul night of Miss for the Cornelia repose .of'. lJ S. 41 and State Road 52 are very happy te glte by
LUlftlCAhT episcopal authority Thursday afternoon A Florida
always which is the of the means *f ear twofold gesture
always Bazaar
unless the conferenre necessary, May 2, Blessed enemy Jones, She was the treasurer
yh.t.n".X U kin t Iff' lull"! Bishops' Highway Patrol trooper sincere and cordial lestimoavf
l.lt InMtn M"I It,luMmi t DM t or the Holy See\ hlldet..rmlnl'd precious, always irreplaceable Trinity parish Jacksonville', common good; of the' parish CCD. Her funeral \
said that the struck
Ucu.. 11111.. tats. OHM, lint. ton. which added to fried chicken dinner, 12 to Ipm. In a Sunday\ morning broad Mass was held In Washington car was fraternity! closeness and
VKhliWf. mM In yldrt,M. SunV r.ee".1.thN.Pi M t Crane MlcMt ..'. everyone else's work contributes I cast (March 7)) over \aticart D.C. early this week broadside by a bus the most lively hopes for
MM* M ..*.,... .."., ".. *... Kit to bringing about the DCCW convention 35 Radio to Navarre. Spain the Those killed and Injured In those who like is glory la tilt
Father Louis J.
Bentivoglio, the crash had Just attended "
acme Christ.
good! of the brethren, who Ramada Inn Cocoa Reach. I'ope told the )'ounglislpnen Blessed
must thus feel engaged in "a good Catholic is not Trinity's pastor of. a West Coast PCCW Deanerymeeting
:MONTMIDFO: : Uruguay K of C state convention, delated at the second rosary in San Antonio No date has yet been set
mutual giving<< as writ as mutual with a personal meeting
FURNISHED (NC-One) of the most highly May 15-18. Voyager Motel, service on last Sunday night Florida for the transfer of the relit.
receiving the Holy father with God In the Intimacy of
regarded Catholic newspapersin Daytona Beach for Miss Julia E Kotcher. FarLer it was announced<:
latin America has been said his conscience The kingdomof driver of the She\ bv Orthodox Patriarch Ben
car. was Explains !
APARTMENTS Retreat for women, June norms
reborn In full color. The group, wore than 20110) God is like leaven which
the parish chairman of CCD diktos I of Jerusalem that
15 to 18. Academy of
The Bien directors and workers from Holy transforms the mass Faith \ATICVN CITY I\Ct-: )
Reservations arranged, tooting paper Publiro. Names, Tampa teachers lather Bentivoglto rebel of St Sabbas art to be
facilities. NEW YORK reappeared as B.P. Color on the Permaflex mattress factories draws nourishment from its offered a Requiem Mass for The newly eslabfohed norms returned from Peace to Jerusalem
In Frosinone and Pis- Dedication of lowering r very missionary and apostolic for
WORLD'S FAIR tourist .c. February 22. Miss Kotcher's funeral, Mon giving Holy .
comnwdations. Air _conditioned A morning tabloid, it made tola presented Pope Paul (Cross September I, Missies outpourings day morning. Burial was in under both species are spelledout The C'antinalrot.. that

fr.. parking, television its debut with a 64 page edition with a gift' of their productsto Ohio. In the same booklet In Patriarch Benediktos had t"id
AT THE GATE OF Catholic owned and be used among the poor of Survivors\ of the crash were, which the Holy See presentsthe him that every night Orthodox:

THE FAIRi Writ To oriented the paper is a general IndIa. 'Faith of Fathers' treated at Hernando County rite for concelebraUoo of moats In the monasterv

Interest newspaper, covering our Hospital in Brooksvill before Mass. founded b>' St Sabbas gather
Mrs. M. J. Bondanza secular as well as Pontiff returns According to Father Anni- around his empty tomb to
church news w.eah! radio ptoir.n.e oarurme PrI,... .f 'U Deer... .t bale Bugnmi eM.. undersec'retary for the
M-11-111 Sheaf at. ......tlft., pray return of his
Corona The paper ceased publiea ancient battle Consecrated for liturgical affairs relKS.
*!, NY. tlon in 1962 after close to 84 Jachonville WIY loco 14 of the Congregation of Rites,

years of existence flag to Turkoy Saturday. 12:10: p.m Puerto Rican see the booklet was due soon
The restoration of Communion
ANKARA Turkey (NC-A) St WFOY'. 1240Ic
Augustine in both kinds and of
24 Colored Poiftr Stamps 8IV JUAN ( con- -
battle flag seized from a Saturday. 12:10
p.m celebration
of the Eucharist
Highlighting the history of Turkish Christian Rafael Grovas, 58, was consecrated
ship by
.sl. ( Florid. 400th Anniversary forces during the naval battleof Daytona Beach WHDI, (II(Sole In the historic four. by a cumber of Priests to- la.i- h..e.e aa.I'.e .
M Price $1.00 I includes dticnp- Saturday 12:10 pars century-old cathedral here to gether was specifically pro. Ie e.sI
Lepanto, October 7, 1571
tided for in the Conrtjfution .. .
tiv. folds with stamps t serve as the first 'ri 'c jour t* ?
Iv milling. Write tot has been turned over to the Melbourne WMEG. 920 1. leader of the Caguas diocese, on the Liturgy, which the ecumenical r>.. i*,"t7. raUdq. aHuntMeoe '
Turkish government by Pope S.turd.,. 12.05 "rn. council enacted in ; Maws:
Florid. Potter Stamps Paul M as a gesture; of good Jose Himberte Cardinal December. 19G
p, O. Bo. 175 willThe Tallahassee WTNT 14SO 1. Qulntere of Caracas Use.mis .
Land 0 lakes Fl.. flag which, for centuries Saturday. 12:10: pnv who was a classmate

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