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 9, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
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50 no. a year[ former -]
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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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Diocese to establish Junior C'olleges

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By Monnlgnor C --
Mortimer Danaher* ;j"j

eFlortdlaatholtc Director of Schools C: :; ;

Diocesan Departmen/1/ j :0
of Education O "<

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uv Three Junior collegea w

be established by the Diocese

t a of St. Augustine. The

plan la to open) Uo-jear

colleges according to>> the

following schedule:

OL. XXVI No. 23 Orlando, Florida, Friday, April 9, 1963 100 L.. e1 VJ I 1966 In Tampa.

e 1967, in Jacksonville

r C 1 1965 tn Orlando.The .

Archbishop sets establishment of junior

colleges Is la lint with the

march of education! now going
IL forward In the country under
grade school goals

PIN ELLAS PARK-At the bleaaing of the addition to excluded from His own erf ation a
Sacred Heart School In Fuiellaa Park last Sunday morn. It it complete.Our Msgr.Morllmer.

ing, Archbishop: Joseph P. Hurley presented the vita), schools, became of \ ,,,;,
I their high purpose, must always ,
demanding claims of Catholic education He railed upon Danaher
all Priesta and people to comply to the very best of theirabilities of excellence reach a That high standard standard

with the. Diocese in forwarding the intereata of of excellence is best met
uauiouc ruucauon. when we have certified teachers :
work for the honor and gloryof
Just as In our high schoolsin God, for the welfare of in every particular phaseof :
recent years, we hImet humanity lit Its IndiUduil and the learning process.We the auspices! of religious and

the requirements ef the accrediting social aspects, than the build- are using his /fnrtm Itadtlse secular agencies It U antiet
agencies so too wart tog .f this beautiful addition Mir !people and ear pated that practically\ all our
looking forward to the U your school. Priests and cur teachers religious young people will be going at
day when wt will hI10 Archbishop speaks Pinellas Park
meet the new accrediting This school Is, In a may., << and lay that we art least to junior college by 1170.

which will be applied to the our Catholic response to the demands getting ready which fee shall these be made new Archbishop Joseph p. Hurley ad. at extreme right are! Father Ed- Bernard F Dlttman, left, was master The Diocese It proceeding

grade KhooL command of God to seek first pot as.tte dressed parishioners of Pinellaa ward J, Mulligan and Father Philip of ceremonies at the Mast and .n the romlctloa' that the
(nil the count of the week Hit kingdom If u do that, Park'a Sacred Heart Church at a E. Halatend (right), Father JameaF the blessing of the school addition Catholic Church may MO* I bt
pastors received a communication the road will be smooth. Invite the attention of noon Maa on Sunday April 4. Gloekler
pastor occuplet the which preceded the Mesa absent from sector tf the
Everything else that .
goodwill all\ of .
from till diocesan Department our people to the beauties
Chaplains to the Archbishop', seated aedilia behind the altar Father
of Education urging follow IT wt seek first to the outlooks and to the education tf ear youth Nil
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all teachers and admlnlstrs- the will of Cod God Is origin<< magnificent; Insights, that --- -------- human! ad Pet allenum

tori to get ready during the and destiny, and lift is sue come from Catholic education To bloss oils nothing humaa Is foreign It
next two>> years for work (.ufulln.ofar as "e seek and and which do not come God.
which they win be called find God and do His holy will with mOlt other forms of ed Holy Thursday University students
This II well get In the curriculum
upon to meet by that time a -rounded ucatkm.e building
from the accrediting associations school. It ii not merely secular need more schools, Our ORLAMM)- During Holy for the new junior colleges, It
and the State Depart but it It Integral. It Is a Priests ban to talk it over Week, Mass of the Holy Oils Is planned..In addition to the
mint ef Fxlucation) school that is broad not with their people to ire to will bt celebrated at St, invitation to follow ChristTALMIIXVU usual curriculum followed In
The Archbishop went to limited. It reaches up to what extent they can meet James Church In Orlando. community colleges-to ln
Pinellai Park to bless the addition heaven while still remaining these new demands In any Archbishop Joseph P Hurley dude an Introduction to basic
to the school and ta here on earth. It deals with given school we need better will bless the oils and offer :-Students: attending the two universities In mind, or if It has crossed Christian.. philosophyTht .
commend the Priest and peo- matter and embraces spirit coverage the t a m. Mass on Holy here heard the Invitation lust week to consider the jour spirit speak to your junior colleges win
pie for their contributions ta It Is a school !that. teaches the Let our people understandthat Thursday Priesthood at a vocation. Stalling to the combined audience parish Priest begin as evening colleges
the education of the children children, not only by word but by this thing which wt At the Mass, three holy oils of Catholic students attending Florida State University This Is known an the extended
They were told: by example the !things of man art doing this giving an art blessed the oil of catechumens \on need good health upright day program The junior coUleges !
and florida A, and M. Jnw h
and the things of God It Is a education unto God and thtARCHBISHOP. of the sick and College. Archbishop |> rhtrarler a clear mind, will become day colleges >
Yes co.ld .. M greeter school In which God 1s pot eight the chrism. P. Hurley announced last Friday that Pipe Paul VI hat aa unifUlnh heart IAlllIl isle when facilities become
.... HI named "G nns!' hearts and search f lee
-- ;- hfl\hl'rd Sunday h1 2, M Unl\erasl' your available, and wt plan to
Vocation t>a,. Ihe will tf find.Ynserraled have a chancellor for the

East coast prepares for DCCW Prior to that time, the young rnt'n't'r.' counseled to ( men who self three colleges.

I look Into their hearta\ to see if they are attracted to become leash. .lwtw others the way to Detail art being workedout
rrietu. salvation have open to them by a committee of Priests.Consultation .
convention May 3 in Cocoa BeachCOCOA That mystic thing which Is low reward, at least not !here U. all types flf work In the has begun with
Church In .'Ior I.. with all a number of the laity competent -
Br.\CH The leadership of the Diocesan pastor of M Joseph Parish a vocation to serve the Church The Archbishop made the growth that wt have hail In the purposes and pro.
Council of Catholic Women la looking forward to the Winter Haven; father Michael ,w .l) calls for men of good health!! known last week to Catholic and the growth that lies b* grams of (wo-yiar colleges.The .
appearance at the annual convention of a diatinguiahed V Gannon director of of high Intelligence! of strong students In the tmftersillei at fort us.nacrilke.
Gainesville and at Tallahassee dlncesta cot
member of the hierarchy Auxiliary Bishop Charles B. the Mission of Nombrt de wills of good purpose, It the work of the Junior
that those who are consider.Mg "loges will serve all local slis-
McLaughlin of Raleigh North Carolina. Other prelatea, Dioe In St Augustint; Father men who art truly unselfish a vocation to the Priesthood Priests, the undying Aarrtfk-t dents
Priests and laity are also scheduled to speak during the David Page, pastor of Epiphany la the manner of Christ Himself art Invited to corns forward where men come and ar.IIrl'nithl'fI.li. .
Parish, Port Orange; and This will make It
convention planned here In the manner of the at the time of the t'nl/ possible
May J-S, Father" James llerllhy and Father spiritual Vincent E moderator Smith assistant of- great saints; men who serve vernal! Vocation Day II. said It Is the work of Priests to for a higher percentage of
others for love of AlmightyGod In part bring men and women close high school students to con
psriihUaers tf berth tf the DCCW.
Bishop McLaughlin was Our fltiioir look forward ; men' who do not look for If you hoe such a thing IITl'UtNn.: Mgt eight linut their education close to
consecrated Auxiliary Bishop It Monsignor" Patrick 1 E their own homes Our junior
of the Diocese! of Raleigh on next month *hea they willwrlcnme Nolan\ dean of tht It. Augustine colleges will enable a greater
April II, 1904. He Is pastor of It c.nl Beach thttlitllngtlibed Deanerv will preside at Pope Paul number of parents of mod
St Lie Church, Uinstoa- guests lid delegates diocesan spiritual moderatorof urges irate income to>> afford the beginnings
Salem. It the IStk: anal cot- the DCCW with the diocesan of a college tducation -
nestles fir the Council tf Calk- lBishop .
president, Mrs JamesL.
Bishop McLaaghlin has concentrated elk Mtmesi.ArrhMthop.
his male efforts as Lacher of Bradenton. internal Church unity The courses win prepare
director of youth for his dl- Joseph P II...... Additional dioceian officersat students enrolled with an eye
ono since 1M7. A native ff lev will open the convention the convention, besides the to later transfer In order to
New York City Bishop Me. with a pontifical High Masson ,ice presidents who art the to VATICAN (ITV (.NC)., POJ" Paul VI baa called on disruptive and aystematla earn a university degree Wewill
Laughlia received. his seminary Tuesday month,. May 4. deanery presidents will be speak Catholics to Jove, defend and! promote the Internal unityof criticism What art wt to also offer two years of
training at St Joseph taMp 'l..aIItJthII speakat Mrs. Thomas Retina of Neptune I.tKtt OurlM I_ M Seminary Ytnktrt, New the Mais to be offered at Beach recording aecretoy or deny the validity of the program for those students >
I.e .e i u lm>..*.if" Hipe.l only contribution to the Church It "a bitter disruptive!
escep .
York and St John's Seminary I 30 a m In the Church of Misa Aunt Tucker of dM rrttlr.tllm
Little Rock, Arkansas. Our Saviour, BradenUm. corresponding aeretarr qeM t4 rK. Di; K.,i" Ctvxl.m "What must wt say of those p.ge eight transferRemodeling .
Ht was ordained on June 1, Address w'1 be made hy Mrs. Thad Siemienskl Gele W.- H. is the pope Paul said at his regular who know of no other --- .. ---
Wl Father Matthew: Cmnc EAST COW, ,ag* eight ,.1IIti.ry: I Kofl tf a.lei9"-"- weekly general audiencethat contribution tit give to Catholic
--- in speaking\ of the lift than.. that of a bitter,

Church Internal' unity he "'UttU'ttttt"""

was referring to 'tht urgent Holy ShrinesST.
ebligaUM of everyone to
nourish that sent of soltdarrr AULSTI1EOuting r
of friendship\ ef mutual
the Good Friday services in
comprehension of and
respectfor every parish. U the DKx-est -4' t
the "Inheritance '
common this rear, the annual coulee! '
of doctrines and irmfals. of
rue will It taken up for the
obHtenrt and of rMttiimCr ,
tfolr I tUtrines. Mwmgnof
In the faith, that m*.t dwtm-
IrVIN Nugent chancellor ,1"It.r n>
gosh Cattoitrttm a Mils week, adv.wd
TIII>MI specifically slating parlors of rte, traditional gift ,t
what dltrtplhe tnrfrutirt" he t. the shrines 'la tile holy ,
had It ruled, .. gait at) la I-awl
tfkralfet aikltfgt
y """'u"ttt'"

High schools to begin

retreats in Holy Week

INVITATION* bare. been tent to 17 Priests ef the D(.

1 oeett to take pert In the retreat program tot high

school students tWt year Priests _!lit retp/vfM are

those who have had mtrh e.|.,ft...,. wll. youth and

babe a geiMtfakt "Interest .ka t.... CathedralA
A retreat offers sttXUwU the wrtiiHy to took bvsW
Sacred Heart school addition blessed tbe' a4ee.. and IIIHt the afM"tfeg feast tf raster matt of acaff 4dlng busklt the Cathedral cf

wub new ..........u... "... PrWs.. of the tMert, St. A guttlri" Donna liitri.'aft patterns> at men
The' cbildren of Sacred Heart lead the (hiJd Ir.>n .n a. ng hasschool bU'op ble.**>d each clantraMn cf therefore. strive to make pets..t days .., rMat..... effective prejMirt tht sap|<*e School ta PiMttaa Park song hymns ad&Uia p i r I u r s Ii wu tot tefwAd story whkk. has JIM ai be..fkaiCoskdwttang reswMelad'dark.. The famWar circular windows

at dedwatlaa ceremonies on Apr blessed that nomang by Arrbbss been completed. The IorhoMl biding the LcM fl 4/tata will \m the. follow tegD10CUA.N sowt tilt tmall arched ones art in the back-

4. Mis. Helta Boyle cWt director. cp Jowjh P. Ibult,. Tb Arclv .1.&A4I1IUt to the church. rrlUtI: taft tUil ground


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Two The )Ilorlda Catholic FrIday April 9IOW!

Florida Reports r t Jr Orthodox tell Pope saint's--


St. Petersburg OrlandoST. appreciatedVATICAN

St, Jude Women's Guild The April meeting of the St 7I. CITY (NC-Pope Paul VI has met and
have elected their new offi Andrew Women's Guild of from
Orthodox prelates Jcni-
cers for the Gresser coming year: Orlando will be unusual In I. exchanged rifts with here to two thank him for approving the ?.
Mn John president; Salem who came
vice- that husbands and wives will ,\i Sabba. from the Venice cathedral
Mri Donald Smith, first turn of relics of St
be attending. At this meeting ,
Mrs John J. ,
a monastery
to the Jordan guide to the heads of all the
second vice a movie Indecent
Green, president concerning
1 1 d founded by the saint churches in their path toward
Mrs John Crisemejer, re literature will be shown, followed Van.aileios
( Archbishop fulfilling the will of God
They are and
Mrs. Mark talk
cording secretary; by a from I spokesman 4'
secretary His
Jordan, realizing
of the prayer (for
of the "Citizens
Sebacher corresponding sec. for Decent
synod of the Christian unity)."
of the holy
retary, and Mrs Edward Literature." The meet t
FitzSimmons, treasurer, ing will be held in St. Andrew 'T Orthodox Jerusalem patri The two prelates pointedout
I archate, and Archimandrite that their visit here
take hall on April 14 starting _. was
Installation will place
immediately after the 8 a,m. at 9 p.m. ; Germans, superior of the another step toward earning
:: Monks of the Holy Sepulcher. out the decision of the third
Mass on Wednesday, April
: thanked the Pope
28. Father James J. Meehan Winter ParkST. They pan-Orthodox conference last
u4r 1) In the name of which leaves
will officiate. Breakfast will MARGARET MARY -L.JH .. (April Benediktos of fall each Orthodox
Patriarch church free to
develop Id
follow at the Sand Dollar Res The annual
family Holy Jerusalem and gate him a fraternal relations
own with
taurant For ticket reservations Communion breakfast
will anda
the patriarch
letter the Catholic Church.
call Mrs, George Bartholomew take place on April 11 after L girt depicting the Star of
at 347.2865, the Sam. High Mass. The Bethlehem in inlaid mother They said Patriarch Bens

breakfast will take place at pearl dlktos saw In the relics' ,..
Tampa the Greater Maitland Civic turn a "happy event" which
JESUIT HIGH SCHOOLThe Center at approximately 9:30. H.k oly Family Women's Guild officers installedAn Archbishop Vassllelos told will forward the development

Dad's Club of Jesuit (The center is located on the Pope Paul cf relations
west side of Highway 17-92 installation ceremony took president; Mri. George Cole, corresponding Mra. Lawrence Dickhauae, treasurer
in will
High Tampa at Mri. RobertLa and Mn. John McDonald substituting "Just at the star guided Pope Paul gave each of the
sponsor their fourth annual north, opposite Lake Lilly and place recently Holy Family secretary; ; the toward the Divine
"A Night To Remember"- approximately two miles fromSt Church, St. Petersburg, for officer Buda, retiring president; Father for Mri. Robert Doucette, Child Magi, may this gift be a Orthodox prelates a pectoral

dinner, dance and benefit Margaret Mary Church) of the parish Women'a Guild: from Edward Condren, pastor; recording secretary.Everyman's cross.

show on Saturday April 24 Guest speaker will be Fa. the left, Mrs. Robert Kaylor, vice- Mn. Stewart Goldie, president; During their stay In Rom
at the Curtis lllxon Convention ther Michael V. Gannon, dI. --- .-...- the prelates visited with
rector of the Mission of Augustin Cardinal Bea, press
Center. Sarasota
Friday, April 23, will be a fish
family of the
dent secretariate for
Nombre de Dios In St.
Dr Ruben Moreno, club QUEEN OF MARTYRSA supper Serving will start at5pm.
tine. His talk will be connect. promoting Christian unity I ,
has named Fred .
president ed with the theme "400th Anmversary country theme, completewith From Rome they went II
Fox chairman and Pete costumes, country store There will be a teen dance
of Christian Civilization Worth of wife's loveBy meaningfullove Venice to make arrangements
Viviano co-chairman. FatherC. in the United Stales"Tickets and an open air band concert, Saturday evening, April 24, a for the transfer of St.Sabbas .
J. Lashley S.J is mod. will be carried out at the fair in the parish hall. The Villagers .
erator of the Club. are $1.60 for adults being planned by parishioners will provide the entertainment Migr. John C. Knott pulling her weight economically then her We will be dull relics. The f1ftb- e.

Funds realized from this and $125 for children. of Our Lady Queen of Martyrs major New York bank re- all the figures are good and burdensome. tury saint is regarded at a
A of Eastern
gala affair will be used for Tickets will be available Sarasota. The country Sunday's feature attraction cently did a little research for Is to add new fuel to the She should also be aware founder monastic..
ism and founded the
the track being built at the after all Masses on the preceding fair will be held on the par. will be a concert at 3 p.m. to determine Just whata traditional discussions between that It li In doing these things monastery
school and to augment the Sundays or by contact ish grounds on April 23, 24 by Mary Help of Christians wife is worth-economically couples as to whose that she becomes a channel in the Judean desert to
music fund of school. ing the following committeemen and 25, the week-end follow. Boys' Band from Tampa. that is, If the figures seem job is the tougher .f God'i
The music for the dance : Jim Burns, 6477980; ing Easter. to indicate that the modern At rate, here are the rhltdres. turned.
will be furnished by the original Jack Cashin 647-6887; Garry There will be a midway with Gainesville wife is worth more than her findings any: Her participation In the
Showmen and entertain. Crotty. 6446284; Jim Dillon, mechanical rides, horse ring ST. PATRICK mother was, it must be re- sacrament of matrimony
ment by the Coachmen. The 6448007; Andy Eilbacher, games, fun house and treats The newly.formed Home membered that the dollar Is The average wife and mother transforms the daily gifts of St. Petersburg
food will be in the capable 647.7749; Bill Geary, 644.3120; for all age groups. The attractions and School Association of St. worth less today than it was works around 100 hours a herself into daily gifts of God.
hands of Tommy Rammetta. John Horvath, 6445050; Tom Include a sweet shop, Patrick's School in Gainesville then. week. (The exact figure is The duties and things of her
All the ladies attending will LaNinfa, 6441370; Jim Nasle, needlenook, blossom shop, held its first general The research, presumablydone 99.8 hour) Among other life become: not Just gifts of
receive a favor and door 647.1309; Joe Piazza, 6472461; arts and crafts, country store, meeting recently at the Catholic by men wisely says duties she spends 45 hours asa herself but literally the channels
prizes will be given. George Rackcnsperger, white elephant sale, lollipop Student Center. The main nothing about the quality of nursemaid. The prevailingwage of God's love to herself
644- 844; George Stedronsky, booth, fish pond and snack business of the evening was services rendered by "good- here Is $125 an hour, and others. .SIeeR.
644.5085; and Den Sweeney, bar.The the election of officers and old mother" as compared to Six hours are consumed in the The worth of a wile ii found

St. Potersburg 6443478 feature of opening day, appointment of Committee the goo d. young spouse. In laundry where the average not so much in the money :

.... -_ Chairmen who will serve fact, outside of Indicating that rate is II 90 an hour and over estimate of her work at la the ,
< '1" through March of 1906. The the average modern wife Is 13 hours standing over the love which permeates her /

i ., :m" results of the election were as traditional hot stove at an being and her acti\'ities, Thenit
DANIEL T. WINTER CO. t :.0> follows: Dr. Henry Lyons, hourly pay of 250. becomes her gift not of her. Pet enhurg

Hospital School Bonds 'II president; Jack Spann vice. JacksonvilleALL Combining these figures self alone, but of God 444 tth Street. Her
president; M r I. Clarence SAINTS HOME with comparable pay for her Family Life Bureau, NCWC
40J Florida tttatre Bid?. Doerr, secretary; and Mrs. father John J. Burns, chaplain other duties shows that the

St. Petersburg John O'Malley, treasurer at All Saints Home for housewife's weekly check: for
Chen 162.0311 3 i. Special assignments will betaken the Aged has announced that work at home should amount
care of in the following Forty Hours Devotions will amount to approximately Cameo Dining Room

fields: health, Mrs. John begin on April 25 at the 11 f 160. This Is without overtimefor a.1I....
/.i Spence; library, Mrs. Tony a.m. High Mass. Holy hours work beyond 40 hours ..,.,. ....1..

ALPINE r 1 Cunha, lunch room. Mrs will take place on April 25, Now, it would be the rare O EDWARD JAMES HOTEL

Th* all new Nursing Horn : ; Harry Lawton; and athletics, 26, and 27 at 5 p.m. Masses woman who would take on all 1-1-"> than..! ...r.... c. ...4t.I.1.
for fh. finest in Nuriing Mr William Benz on April 29 and 27 will be at these chores over a 100-hour .. 1''.._
Homt Cart. Classroom representativesfor 1 a.m. week even at this munificent ..._. e...... ..< BrMI4 Stock
867.6571 pv the nine grades Include: ST. PAUL salarly if It werent for the LIB usrar. P1...
HTM Gilt Bit.VTr .. Ml-HUI
*ro l.n.d
3456 2lit/ Av.. South ---- first, Mrs. Michael Schovffel, st. Paul Parish Guild will addition of another factor
y second, Mrs Robert Darn- hold their annual Easter Monday
,. ... One Is reminded of the
suppoufdly -
hart third, Mrs Frank Jen
ri.? I ',". '".. IJ, i ; card party in the audi true story which
'I1' kips
; fourth Mrs William torium on Easter Monday, J. Li. taludPreu
: : : :
which came out ef World WarII.
Edouard C. Craig '. \ .. ', Rnneking; fifth, Mrs Connie
'... ,.. '. April 19, at I p.m. The public d.nta
Cetre..., arid Distributor I' ,.. .J: .,J7 to Tucker; sixth Mrs Paul Is Invited.
.' : O'Brien; seventh Mrs. J. M SAN JOSE It was a hospital tent lathe
; f : :: : \ James; eighth, Mrs William Far East in hich
: White elephants" will be an fall
YHe. Meta? Caries? '
',' Oetter, and ninth, Mrs.Thomas .
.f'.L..l'J. American Sister cleaning =
/ auctioned off at the April was -
and Moult TiI.1tlM4th : .
; ; : Martin.
; .. out the
St. Se. 347-4101 .' meeting of the San Jose Par. gangrenous oast arr.e
reading clinic at St.
ish Guild on Monday, April wounds of a soldier who s rs troop
Deanery officersElected Patrick School initiated this 12 at 8 p.m. in the parish social had just been brought In days at. twru..eari slur.
past semester is well under hall. after he had been wounded. t... 11.1 N. tat al,.. ta. .?
way. The clinic Is staffed by The 11./,11 1... aw..u k,..,, le Lisa s.ersrMore.
to stench was
Holy Name Church serve as officers of the Southwest overpowering.
Coast Deanery Council of Catholic Women are, two reading specialists, one. Announces winner A 0.1. walked by, stood

JACKSON'SSHOES from left, seated Mrs. Max Bender, Church of school psychologist psychologist and, one three clinical of Regina medal and and said observed-"Sister for, a I wouldn't moment

the Incarnation Sarasota, president; Mrs. Elmer reading teachers Two oneShalf do that for a million dollars" ....
Taetz, St. Raphael, Englewood, vice-presldent hour period daily are IIVVERFORD Ptsssyl.
; vanla The Catholic She came back with the classic WARD ] St.
DON BARDELLA standing, Mrs. John Parker, St Joseph, Braden- spent in the clinic by the children Association- has announced Library reply"Neither would I." Petersburg

Masaq.r ton, treasurer; Mrs. Robert Peterson, South who have been referredby through the elementary section It was necessary for the

County Epiphany, North Port Charlotte, secve.Mary the teachers and parentsof that Ruth Sawyer Du- Sister to be motivated by her
441 Cenlnl. Av..r I62-I3SS St. Patrick's. rand Is the recipient of the vocation of love to do the

---- IN.N.N.NNNNNNNNN.Subscribe 15 Regina Medal thankless job that was hers.
Contact Mrs. Beverly Murphy This award In children's There Is no housewife, how.
347-5085 for lOCI ads in now4S.44.4444N444444545454444 literature Is bestowed not ever young and healthy and

this area for a single work or series of in food! spirits who will not \' '

works, but for the lifetime get bogged down under the 11, d

4% work of an individual Irrespective weight of the constant, continutng -
K 'd WrLIVE' SAFELY of religion or country and ceaseless demands 1'1'Ii
of children husband IiI
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Three The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 9, 1965

Thoughts on theology Auxiliary

I consecratedfor

Church in a new springtimeBy St. PaulST.

Father Mlron twnshlp to God and to other PAUL (NC)-A concelebrated .

THE felicitous phrasing of people? Mass markedthe

Newman is not He tells us that we must discover consecration in the

enly a delight to careful read Fathers what it means to be the a r Cathedral of St. Paul of the

ers of the English language, Church by living it. There ia president of St. Thomas
but more Importantly, is a !"- Henry J. I
no other way of putting it: to College Bishop James P.
source of rich ideas for Im
1\l1ro. the Church (and by 1m- Shannon
as titular Bishopof
poverished minds. The Idea
plication, its doctrine, its
of the Church as a treasure Lacubaaa and auxiliary
laws" its life) one must live
house from which comes new the Church to Archbishop Leo Bins of

things as well as old is St. PauL
To live the Church, we must
matched by the Cardinal's springtimeoing.lntoIummer become aware of the Church Th.Yflr old native of St.
insistence on the note of more apparent than in the reflections as the Church becomes awareof Paul will continue ai prc .1-

springtime as a characteristic of Pope Paul in his the mystery of herself. dent of the college, a eat t n.

of life of the Church. encyclical "Ecclesiam: This is what we mean whenwe has held since 1956. Pops
Suam. The Paths of the P.ul1 named him a Bishop
call the
Almost 75 years ago, New. Church a mystery.
Church. on February 10.
man described the Church la God acts in our midst; God
This document is a remarkable Archbishop Egldlo Vag.
is with
England as In the midst of a us.
Insight into the kind of soul apostolic delegate m
"Second Spring. The Image contemporary Catholic life There is so much about the the United States, was the
h and well de- visible human
a good one element in the
and thought which" should be consecrator and principal
sen es a second consideration Church which may make us
of the
present in our individual life Com
hi our look at the Church and tired' of religion until we recall celebrants
and thought. were Archbishop
Us growth la the modern age. that God really is present Bins
Pope Paul answers the Archbishop James J,
We are in the midst of a question "Why it there growth in our midst, that He acts, I d Byrne of Dubuque Iowa,
springtime In the life of the and development" in a three- that lie meets us, forgives our N Monsignor John J. Cullinan
sins, makes us His, Sons ingrace vicar general of the St. Paul
Church, but we must also recognize : fold way
that the rich growthof The Church It called upon, sacrament and Eucharist archdiocese, and Bishop

summer and the anticipated at this moment of history, to makes us His people Shannon

harvest of the autumnare exercise its divine dynamismin again.
More than 4.
We know that Archbishops,

a future very more much vivid future, but to nonetheless as, deepening, in engaging her self herself awareness in- else in the Church everything, the ministry Kindergarten teachers meet in St. Petersburg Bishops MO clergy and and Abbots Religious and some a"
whether it be
a future. reform, and in entering more papal tended the ceremonies.
What was once said of the resolutely into dialogue with episcopal or sacerdotal, the Kindergarten teachers of St. "Roadmcas of Pre-School Chll. cuiuilon for this group. The children

house of York could be ours humanity organization; the Jurlsdic- Petersburgand" surrounding areas dren. Mrs. Winifred Schneider, are pupils of St. Jude'a. OthSM present Included

also, "Now is the winter of Self awareness, reform and tional po"erl-.U he a met at St Jude School for theelementary right, of St Jude' demonstrated" Governor Karl Rolvaag of

our discontent made glorious dialogue, these are the elements single purpose: to make the institute to discus techniques and conducted the dm Minnesota, Mayor George
summer ." of the call of God to redemption from sin and sin'sslavery _. Vavoulls of St. Paul, and
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us the Church. more re.dlly111. Senator Eugene McCarthy
Eat It should be realised There is a remarkable paragraph able In the community of believers U.S. Bishops stateCommitment Guest of honor was Mrs Fat

that the summer Is ts be a in this encyclical in the Church. rick J, Shannon mother of

time sf work and labor. which the Pope explains whatis What counts In the ChurchIs the new Bishop. The date was

Perhaps nowhere .Is this most typical of the modem that through the Church to ecumenism seen firmFollowing also her birthday.
mind which In the at the Mass
dual of -an explanation sermon ,
the Churchas
aspect God the Father, the Son and

a treasure house which the Justifies necessity the of insistence growth today upon the Holy Spirit enters' late is an article In In discussing the practical and he must not be shushed with just gestures of friendship assistant Father Marvin professor R. O'Connell.of historyat
brings forth new things and He writes that modern communion with I' and that which American nl hopi assess effects' the second >allcaiCouncil's when' he comet honestly and ," the College of St. Thomas
old and the Church in its manhat share this union et God ,
as .
the practical conne- decree on ecumeii sincerely to his viewpoint
the need to reflect on the present In the measure that unity Is spoke of the burden of responsibilities
with our brothers. of the declaration Ism, the prelates stressed the in the Christian for
meanmg" of things We are no approached, In that measure faced by Blsh'
JACKSONVILLERELIGIOUS longer content with a formula How great the task we thus made tt the end of the third happy results attained so far action" will the evangelization\ of Otis, especially In the die
which statistically capturesthe possess for our summertimeof session of the SK'OIld.U'ln and e\prf'urd their! reliance Bishop Charles II. Helm- converts he greatly Inv charge of their duty to teach

truth. labor' to become aware of Council upon the Holy !Spirit' for guM sing of Kansas CltySt rr.llIf'd.rom a new closeness "To teach In season and out

Vve want to know what this the mystery of the Church and commitment of the acre In future ecumenical en Joseph, a member of the we hope that there will of season, to remind always

nlI'D: 'AI'O.O'p'IETr truth means to us in our consciousness to 11th.t mystery everyday THE Church to ecumenical dean or,. U,S. Rifthopt' Commission on he greater and greater missionary of a human destiny beyond

how It affects our activities is firm and Their comments came In Ecumenical Affairs spoke of purpose," he stld. the grasp! of human Intellector

,' lives, how it Influences the And yet, we know that this will' be followed up vigorously reply to a survey of Amen. a ".'arm spirit in ecumenical Bishop Lambert A I loch ef Imagination, to teach with

daily decisions we, must is not all we can or must say in this country several can Bishops conducted by the engagements thus far. Sioux Falls, said that the words, with actions, some

make about the Churth.rmRE prominent prelates have laid. NCWC News Service and In "Me have e\prrlrnred anew council' decree on ecumenIsm times with silence, to Instruct

Though this modern tendency other formal remarks on the openness, sew friendship ., meant that Catholics "po grandfathers and children

:v.u.lUAU to examine the truth Sharing our treasure topic I a new iplrll of rooprra- longer may remain comfortably the genius and the retarded
.... against experience and with, The statements were mad lion which we prsv (ind l will Indifferent In the enjoyment to teach, above all, by example *
experience Is not without, danger against. the background! of s lacrosse entry' day," he said. of their own faith," and to say with St.

,.. r -- rwls it, as the Pope explains, Books teacher newly launched formal ecu "We must put away," he Paul, IU Imitators of ms at
"M must be appreciated guide to meniral discussion by thiI'mted Rikhop llclmslng added, said, "prejudice that distorts I am of Jesus Christ; -thisIs

We must ask the question': States Bishops' Com, however, that he fell there their faith and blinds us to what makes the Bishop's!

What does Catholic doctrine complete convert course mission for Ecumenical: Affairs has been a "great tnlsunder the precious core of Truth teaching office a uniquely
BOOK really mean to me* How does and Increasing partlripation standing" among Catholics and goodness that enrich the lonely one," he said

& GIFT SHOP it determine my dally rela are two great by Catholics on the about nilMloniry work In lives of so many of our Christian .
view' of the new emphasis, on
local level lnlerrelik
.r .. 55. ,,,-.1\1. .... for the achieve In uiorgamxatlons ,'ho"Ecumenism JACKSONVILLECon
and events ecumenism : he said Is
".yr. snuua \" merit of Christian the ,
soon _.. wUCL1eserert. Aa" .. '-II. r r""aIf ecumenical movement unity and .' .,... "The derree. said Richard He noted a "sharp drop" in foreign to Indifferentlsm, but Mr, David MIeN.m"1
Father Cardinal Cushing of Itonton, the number of converts and there Is "real danger" that
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.. -.. "... ;!:' goal through the reunion of : shortly before enteringa soever" for 'lessening of two "unless the Church arts.INCOME .

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Utter by the conversion of Inv
effort toward Christian unity reach the millions of "unchurched" do a better job In laying the TAX
div iduals.
It arts practical dtrettlves for Americans foundations of Catholic faithIn EMPIRE ACCOUNTING

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The Life of Our Lord God's world

Catholic Comment _

Jesus found in temple Accepting pain has power for good I

speaking with wisdom lice were not tempered with
Salvation success PUN is one of our great mercy and if we had to pay

resources the full price of our infidel I
at the end of the That statement Is out of line
should be
ties we living
but he rust will claim our bequeathed mate WHEN our
get longer yean
TIlE day day of the return .. with our usual pattern of Falhfr whole lives !In pain.

nhortcr This expression soma rial wealth. 'journey, Mary and Joseph thought We are accustomedto However when suffering

up the average iran'a obnervationa aa Great emphasis is laid today on found that the Boy was not t viewing pain as an unmitigated Lea J. ,. does come to us. !it would bt

he eta older. The problem of the making plans for retirement. Retirement with them, they went looking evil. Tresstribute a mistake to conclude "I a!', !

( Is years rarely produce the happiness for Him among their relations Frank J. For some persons, the existence being punished for my sins," !
and the long day a crosstie
short yetr and their friends then
we expect from them Many of pain even is a source I
56eedhbyt God Is not vindictive'
our lives are built started back for Jerusalem God.
brat Although of us live as if we were not going to of temptation against their re to
lie permit us
these asking every group, asking at ligious faith. "If God is good," r may suffer
upon hope and dreams, we see die. The thought rarely enters our for our spiritual good and
every house they passed on it
fade Into frustration at we get older. minds We always picture the other the way, Back in the city, they ask, "why does He penmlt better assure our eternal hap i
suffering, particularly 10 overall design -
Even our auccesses often prove to be person dying, not ourselves they knocked at every probable much innocent suffering" to God'i await eternityto pines, but He does not tend
we must suffering to "get eten" with
and improbable door.
if don'tate
We rather foolish
are we be
disappointments.! Not, one Imagines,
Thoughtful people discover. us (for our offenses against
The only real success we can have these long days and short year On the third day of separa. cause His answers were brit that we could not have the truth Him.

In preparing for eternity where there tlon "they found Him In the liant. Most probably what world we do have without The really Important
!Jn life is to save our souls. The second startled almost stunned bout pain, for the Christian.It In fact, !it probably is
are neither days nor nights nor years Temple, sitting In the midstof suffering A great amount of quit
",'e take our last breath .'e enter into There is only happiness or Borrow the doctors, hearing them them was to see Him showing suffering is caused by man's the fact that It does and have now a rarely that God positive'!

the land of oblivion. We will be forgotten The decision is ours to make duringthe and asking them questions" brilliance In Nazareth own inhumanity to man. meaning the here "sends" suffering to anyone
lie had always behaved much Most suffering such
in death The moss and tl i long days and the short yean We hate' got into the way, like anyone else In these mat Te prevent Ihls. God would In Eden value God as gave an to atonement suffering or accident, is simply as disease

some of us, of thinking that have te make man a puppet its
ten, attracting no particular for sin, On Calvary the result of natural causes; 1
the twelve- -old Jesus was with God the strings
year pulling
attention. the result of
it is the
to suffering or. 1\.1 1 ,
teaching the most learned .f each man's actions. Jesus Christ gave
And the quality of His ques He will of a fellow.human. Most '
Sacred Scriptur ultimate nobility as
men of Israel. But this Is not no longer free, man would its
r tions and answer was not the in the language of suffering, in other words, is
what St. Luke saysl4'tlat te be human expressed
was cease
I happening ofa only variation from His nor pain Gods (infinite love for the inevitable result of living
was an example mal conduct in Nazareth in the kind[ of a world that
; Similarly to eliminate all man. "Greater love than this it
daily custom !in the Temple.
Gods own promises sustain hope Groups would father round a there was also His behaviorto pain caused by nature. God no one has, that one lay down ours

Rabbi, and ask him questions, themselves as His parents would have had to create a his life for hie: friends If God does "send" suffering

is the last in a series vine will. Once free of physical on theology or morals or At God He had given the different kind of world. Fire Jesus did not hoard to f Himself it is more likely to be to a
articles on the longest ills he will be unhinderedin ritual. He would give them fourth commandment Honor burns Coal tars initiate can. this sublime fruit of suffering saint than to a sinner Th.

ef the psalms psalm ltd, In his pursuit of spiritual per the benefit of his learning thy (father and thy mother; as cer Gravity crushes Electricity this ability to make saint Is better qualified to
( kills The world could one's count for others, In use his suffering unselfishly
spite of its length and the ralhfr fection. which would usually be very man He did not Ignore it. pain
So great Is his joy In the considerable learning As part not be our world as we know His scheme of salvation, our for the salvation of others

repetition of the same Ideas John J. experience of intimacy with of his teaching he would put We know that, when this it, without pain. Lord has chosen to share with Suffering comes In all styles '

ever and over again It Is l lCaslelot strange episode was over. He Still work.Kach and sizes. !It be j
God that his only desire Is to questions to them. after all possible explanations us His redemptive may a simple
not a monotonous psalm returned to Nazareth "and of have been headache a slight cold or a
draw closer and closer to It In such pain
was one croup( : of us who has
What lava it are the poetic r was subject to them" once made there does remain a minor disappointment. It ma
Him and his constant prayeris that )His parents found Jesus. baptized In (hrUt has the ;
heights to which it soars at one of thanksgiving for all more. But clearly in separating large! element of mystery in be the excruciating agony of
He not the of Him to
Intervals and the was teaching from them without privilege helping
frequent even!
the blessings which God has this question of suffering For cancer or of acute arthritis.
grandeur of its ideas. doctors, He was "hearing telling them In advance. He '. carry His cross.
not expose Himself to ridiculeby showered upon him; example why dead'v f1crobes or the mental distress of deep
and them
The psalmist formerly un abandoning one who has "At midnight I rise to give them." It Is asking clear that He questions was was not being "subject" to why poisonous rep Each of us has the power to despondency or loneliness.

faithful to the divine law, has so obviously relied upon His you thanks because of your the them, tiles' atone by our sufferings for \\'hatev'er our particular

come to learn by sad expert trustworthiness; "Sustain me just ordinances. Seven times answering the learned questions who put That perhaps is why It was It helps a little to rememberthat the sins of others and to crack pain may be, it will be a tragic,;!

ence that Infidelity brings as you have promised, that I a day I praise you for your by ducted the groupbut men: con we lIuylho spoke! to Him and God's plan for the universe the locks on hearts that have waste if we refuse or forgetto

misfortune in its wake, and may live; disappoint me not just ordinances." realise that not Joseph Joseph was the encompasses billions of been closed to God's grace. say "I offer this cro s,

that true happiness, even In in my hope" In these days of anguished not must searchers after they truth were ask head of the family and at )'ears, Our own world with its \Vhatever pain may be our beloved Jesus, in union with

spite of adversity, can be He can count on his fidelityto controversy about law and Ing Him to enlighten them, Nazareth it was for him to pain is but one pinpoint in lot. In honesty we must admit, Yours. I offer it for my own

found only In doing Coda willis the divine law as the basis freedom and their respectiveroles but teachers using questionsas make the decisions and give that vast plan and only one "I deserve this for my sins." sins and especially in atonement I

expressed in His law for his hope. But above all In human life, it mightbe part of their teaching the commands. moment In those uncounted Only an innocent child untruthfully for the sins of others, \

Indeed one finds not only he looks to God's pity and well to ponder the message method In any family a small boy eons How the phenomenon say "I I do not deserve IX my suffering bring an

happiness therein; one finds love, which can never fail. of our Inspired psalmist who absents himself without of pain( may eventually con to suffer" If God'i /Jus other soul to You!I"
His must have been
God Himself for in the law replies permission for three days
lie reveals Himself to men Over and over again he The law of God It nut a brilliant, at any rate for a may expect to hear from his

Faithfulness has brought him rrles out confidently for life, handcuff. It It the key to boy: because Luke tells us esthete' But both parents Pope Paul VIWork

deep joy and bright hope and his appeal Is to God's real freedom, te true happiness. that all who heard Him "were knew that this was no ordinary

love, Ills word, Ills promises. astonished at His wisdom and occasion: for the moment

This hope Is unshakable, His answers"-and the Greek Jesus was not acting as an
founded as It Is on God's o npromlst'l. And his plea Is not merelyfor That tills Is a paradox no verb used is a good deal ordinary boy. staves off delinquency I

physical well being, but one will deny But a paradoxis stronger than our word "as ,

for spiritual progress, forever not at all a contradiction. tonished," they were quite It was Ills mother whe
The psalmist knows with more constant fidelity to Happy the man who dares to spoke! to Him.
"taken out of themselves1"t The following Is a portionof ways regarded work and Ing Into labor the CtuMaa
certainty that God will not the law for an ever more this to
accept paradox-and
the translation of an manual labor too, and as always and human which
hast t thou doneso spirit ennobles
"Son why
break Hu word, that He will profound knowledge of/ the di- live it. \\ as we read the story,
Italian address
to us* Behold, thy father delivered recently the Church has it, comforts it, fills .t
not aslonikhed (for
are we
know who He and I have sought thee by Pope Paul M to honored protected defended with good sentiments 'if

was. sorrowing" There was no members of the youth sectionof and bleated it. Surely you solidarity and friendship anj

Fother Michel V. ComnonMlition Obviously He would have rebuke! here: she was not the Italian Christian Work know something of the social h.lpsit to defend its own sell

of Nembre De Dies brilliant answers What we calling upon her small ton for ers' Association (ACLI). The encvc lietls of the Popes In recent nomic and professional into

should like! to know Is what an explanation of an act of Pope told the youths that It Is years, Thus, you young ests with a spirit of just e ,

were the questions He asked disobedience. She was simply up to them to lay the foundation wor"eralell know what and an understanding of C.! s

clupteRS Why did He pick those particular telling )Him of Joseph's grief for a Just society( based understanding hat liking common good.

QR6i\t in questions, whatever they and hers on the social teaching of the what protection you find To be continued)

were' We can still feel the Church here, Thus, when the occasion

FLORIDA CAtholic histcmy Was It simply for the Increase anguish In her can almost arises, you must also recall

of His experimental feel It as our own So much OUR eves see that you are and must teU to your fellow Mass

knowledge\: getting a kind of anguish we feel must surely and for this we workers: We, the working guide

Chapter tTBEh'OitE chapel at the cemetery of fluted f,) hath >e capital i. Instruction that His teachers have called for a flood of are very glad. \\e like' young people are well! liked by the

the foundations Tolomato (which had been base & frize near ye derick In the \little school at Nazareth tenderness from Jesus But people. Pope and by the dwell. SUNDAY. April II
could not provide? Or was it In fact nothing could have Let Palm 'Mass: ( '
laid officials In pulled apart for firewood dun order to ye square (1,1) above l.eour friends and colleagues us continue: You are Sunday.
to set the Rabbis' minds movIng been cooler and more matter members of ACU Sunday. Creed, Preface '
with several Ing the English occupation)I. which Is a prodigious sight of alto knew this IkePope or, !la tome
Spain came up In a new dim'Uon1I only of fact than what He actuallysaid"Didn't ; follow of the Holy Cross, i
way. era the
of carved stone to youth
It is according
that design
possible the
l II fond f
changes in the plan of the St, Uike had told us of know .*'. )wag people
one you movement
church, the most radical of the facade of the new hair fancy promoted by MOND\Y. April 1Ji.Mass
being enlargement of the church closely resembled the The majority of the coquma the questions'Marv We must look more closely Why such a preference It ACU This maser you very I of Monday of 11 1!

building from 36 x 108 to facade of La Leche, and that rock used in the construction and Joseph wondered both at her words and ihs would take! too long to explain dear to He, and Ms IM think \Vcek Deface o( the IK-,.

41 x 124 feet. changes Introduced into the came from the "king's too and once again the Greek especially hers. There Is but the fact Is that for many nice things bout you. Cross I
verb is stronger than 1 the more depth of anguish In some time, from the time things that greatly honor
In the final plan Bishop original plan were made to quarry, three and a half you n'ESDApril 13i
Cvnl's suggestion! for the use take better advantage of the miles away on Anastasia Is Knfillsh: it was as if they them than we may have w hen no one thought of young and give us great pleasure If i M.ss of Tuesday of II '
had a sole of electric shock. realized
of salvaged ItoneI a. followed salvaged stone, land. people they were the object you are members of ACU It Week. Preface of the I II! ,

although both the of affection in the house of meant, above all. that you Croat. i
quantity and the of John Bui-trim an FnglUh: Although Father llatselt -_ the Pope; they were the object profeM to be ChriaUans and
the traveler, described La Lecheat had been the first after restoration box of trust, of special aid. this Is the moat Important \vEDSESD\Y. April 14i
stone proved to be disappointing Question ,
i of of 11Week.
Wednesday "
it wai In 17(1 of Spanish rule t tit ttviM of
; all bocatue it
Into Back in his at-
the new buildIng time, John the Preface of the H"
construction of the
went coqulna rock from "1'e Indian Evangelist who when sure you of the greatest for
or milk (hutch young CrossTHURSDAY.. I
church and although hfI
the ruin of the hermitage of half mile a. had been the favorite fast that of preserved and
a out of town Isle Constitution of
consulted the liturgy IS
frequently on on professed faith with April
Nuestra Senora de la u'he.Ind Christ wrote when old all the
Ili) "I
compleates ( piece of arc hi- : r
rubrical details of the buildIng choices! and all the Holy Thursday I iMas <
from another unspecified teeter about ye town III at >'e the actual ronnlruclion! am writing to you young that! d.nve therefrom.conquosti Holy Thursday, Gloria l I .,
ruin which could have been gable end O I rccol'ding to )e rules Communion men because you are strong
was not placed al any time on Good for Preface of the Holy CroSS.
you' You
tither La Soledad or the Spanish last (,) )e tollums is under his direction. and the word of God abides! give avery
happy aohrtson to FRIDAY April 18
in you, and )ou have' conquered one of
_. Here as In so many other q. In a recent column )cut I lion to Hie newly professed < the evil one"' 11 I John the meat sertout questions of Good Friday. i Solemn furgical .'

M. J. Murray public functions of the Churchin said "\\(' have recently obtained in the Mas of their religious 2, W Therefore, because our times. which touches directly Service. t

East Florida, one finds the the privilege 0' receiving profession and to the newly :)ou are )oaths, )'011 are veal talon. your life and SATIRDAY. April IT
ubiquitous hand of the baptized In the Mass which
Strange but true patronato reap The choice of forms Communion for n few uprclnl under occasions both follows their Baptism Are "OUorken.* 1'hoIc. between and the the ChnattonreUffwn rhll'ICIl, I

the site the amount to be 'who concept of Sl-NDAY. April 18
with Implleatlnns .f This concession, while pres.ently brought you here tell. us labor ta the modern
Copyright, 1965, NCWC News Service spent, the means of financing more frequent orrulont to quite limited. It a remarkable 'that you are There would be topic of life The Easter Sunday 'Mais' t'

the selection of the contractor mine." liuei this mean we departure from the 'no question raised if you respect your meeting in this SurdjGloria, ft
WU41 II M AW MAN the of the is a urn wi'61 one Preface of Easter i
T Nx M/ IMflMpwn custody strut wrwh ha.pl''e8lwd were students of professionals
will be wine discipline
rr vlcaNnar win, wuOxOA h.'tu.HJ liven U drink He prate, It and
r/e NDY AnD M Mwr1 cwt IMiNhN4 a parlshiuneis'. contributions to and bread I* eat* I wish v.u In the Latin rite of became oleo for them we to ow commend it
on+ctt TMs Attic"unto, r/ the building fund -all this would have memon 'A strong
( would have explained It .bet the, Catholic Church since' the much affection movement of
tame under the direct super- thirteenth renturv the dsupline oun< "rv.rs

I a, i it. l 1 pinion Governor Quesada, of giving 'Communion 'would not like it If, tatead. working a answer'' tu t1'.e '
1.i youthKiarttyse. 1f Florid'al
a as agent of the king A, \hen we speak of meivIng to the laity under one form you were btdoWnt. loafers or.as ,

+ a ti While the arrangement\: Holy Communion under only that of bread they say today "yltet......" : < 1'w mast try t.

.f i e understandable In light of the both forms or both kinds, or j j' u n e 11 e done," or be lh.rMkly twNaerd Ca'
1 ; ,, rl'r ,., "101'. substantial monetary bread and wine are the forms So strict had thlt discipline. teddy boys" or .btouaesunoiri the Importance ef that slo W tholicr

interest in the program, it or kinds to which we refer, become that it extended even or whatever It is self- Inrlst| lad| Ubr
produced the usual of I In mind to newlv ordained Prictts in
series keeping the substantial j
indulgent swag men and
f .......
= the first Sacrifice of the Mass And 4 MOT? fiMcf'Knot
I tI long delajs and trans Atlantic reality of wr Lord's body |hoodlums, you mutt alto apt -
debates witn the result and blood under both forms, which they offered jointly **. ywsehe flat rerreuceatsl.ree
I l.tlk that a building that should it Is proper to say that we are with the Bishop who ordained Te k rtert h slrfidy a *r to H. its eves terns. Mr lit *itit... r.1 Ih **.ti. */"
have taken! than wine drink them They received Communion I IMIf ef Inle."f", H I Is a Chr* alt1 1 w er.
no more one given to and bread "art\(11 ........ rle.... I".'
w? t.ua )ear to erect took four. And to eat under the form of i 1'fllN'C'If'tIlltlt' la fart a merit lat., Jew JIoIiit be drtelly ,, 'or\,,, .n 1 r A. Inc
7K xiw MtrnooalrAr CAlIIfDlt/tl./ NnMr' rw+r ,I.naIAtuieronnouwo.nel erstwhile Governor Zes- bread only and then were '"ro'r as pr Iwr
++. K + M rw The Constitution on the Sacred .
011 xK art a rv.r wN a'o 0 + w MrteuNrneUllatfrwowaous had given some simple, union It is up to IIM. 11/r
err w pads predicted its final you "'Ith .
1Wwu+ nr.rWpA Liturgy adopted by the Te be workers meant that a* .. .
( serrated wine to drink Now tat, of T* ">? '.. I. -
ND It roe al Miff pry, rOrV DI rIyM Mr+G/V ('ost of 1C,OHO pesos w as considerably Second Council of the 1'rtY an ,you tale life rioMly. tswttw course of your u. .... ..r ... "'...,h ".. -
1 irMNrf rWf MMIMr ArffN / above the first t estimates uu l IIt'n.mbtor 4. 1'1Ii.1. after thev receive Communion un lawn what" dill M, that sutaM. soot leaden 1 to take 'h. ..... .... '.1"....' .
IM+We IV clot IRArr d..r'buth forms in their l1".f ., .
AAnOv or ; race ra. _'__. ,._ "
a u,oA'rt r1fr, 1rN' ,V r 1MYfM rnvvuraginjf the faithful/ ti> dissevers Ales.. :you LWIthe value W lust III I..* more ml* u. ...- ... YanM t ,
wrwxrr rrJw r aMf Nw Ar li '4uuit. 17)7, FarlqueUhlie full, LartKiLution la tin. M*>s i money of UtU. and at MKvu III t1e an Md. arttndart? IgwMaM? ....,.... .. vaYr.IIIII
As.rut a n! r i 'At b>' recelv'mg cur IwJ Iw tr' J> have some Ua f tW ratite e, ___. aMN YAa Its
the third Cavrrnwr of __ ____ ___ __ ""* It a oat *. u:..
+, .
+Nr erro Cat: Florida U become In- In Hol>' Communion, nutvdtht Thrte aaiwert are fan w,rW M ...*, we live, a '.......11 uvattt N It&akiIIC

tUM!Db+ tithed In (be bullJlag .( the Communiua uiiJer bothkinds The QucKUa B.," ere- wwW that nuke of UU* a .......... .. ........ oat gigaDr EBh
/ .church announced may t* granted when I law U tilt an ubiigutiua for ........
J plelUMi .f the ..*rk. the rein the Uiklwiu think fit. not only ducted. by >Uatlo r J. U. everyone a twgtMtng penvenal .soar. el .....t ......; Vhta>.4 t. ..*,
knowneclumaltl. If
( ,
9aw MI war nalUnally I rood. _
tLl r..a.-
1r4 t'lftit
S to clerics and and
religious, but social dexbpmetit. K e,
t Father Hassett bv this date also to the lady in can toM Dire I el )*.rquettkn a duty sad an hoaor.This gyp/ slid fees qr &en,n MiM j.M .....

AewI SyIiACGOAyw rArAr Mara(acAT w eWwM / was far awaY In 17W he had determined bs the Apostolic (tlfned. please' we aIM liLt 01""," h &I a mefttr II Mark I. .......

A Ar+rD/Mw ,tuna nM. NMA been promoted to the office of !See, as for in went a rwlrr rune w 1'ra w .. speak voq .h of Id
vtcar general of the nrxlrerected the neulv 'Plnlua'' .r r ...,.YN
ordained dlCl'llt1114
Jar nNMI/n/u/ y M. M1uWV+( in the at length about the enteemwith Itx r"'IOIII
diocese of Louisiana.. Ma s of their sacred ordina- --- whKb the Church has al It is 111 mf\ra: riCh",
a hid.prtl
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five The Florida Catholic. Friday, April 9,1969
I' .
Christians a

approach Agreement with Vati n--s-een-- ow-

holiest week of year r&:J !w : ti being ignored by Hungary's Reds I I

Guest columnist this week In the series on the new the Paschal Lamb of the New By Barbara StUlmajrVIENNA youth and Christian train
liturgy is Father Thomas G. Moore assistant of Covenant : (NO-Last September 15 a history-making ing' was brought up by the
I Blessed Sacrament Church agret'mf'nt'as signed between the Holy See and communist holy See during the talks.
n mm (Ilt was reported in Bonn
in Tallahassee. Reading PassionThe Hungary giving; the Catholic Church the right to Germany that a number of

4 appoint Bishops and setting forth certain "aseuraneee"regarding

DURING the last week of A Father third reading Is the the future conduct of Church-state relations. have Hungarian protested Priests the jailing in exile of

the Church enters _-_" Passion of Christ as recordedby At the time of its signing, the accord was hailed aa an those in I Hungary They contended

upon the the liturgical most sacred periodin On Thomas G. the Evangelist St. John. auspicious tint step that would lead to other agreementsIn that religious education -

Thursday of Holy year Week the Spoon The Passion Is a lengthy Hungary and with other communist nations. Now I lens was the real reason for

institution of the Eucharist ii passage from the fourth Gos.Pf'1 than seven months later the cheers have a slightly holy the arrests I
and following ancient custom aA Whatever the reason forthe
commemorated and on Fri low echo' and there are
It should be read arrests, the Hungarian
or sung was learned that Rotsa wasa
day the anguish of the here and in Hungary
pas many
by three men, one taking the Jesuit Priest who, forbidden government took pains to
the death
is sion recalled. of Christ Three large silver urns win part of Christ, the second acting who feel the government is to do apostolic work was make the Priests appear to

The be used containing the olive as narrator, and the third going back on the spirit of working In a factory. be political subversives The

religious significance oil which will serve as the oil speaking the parts of the the accord if not the letter. Last December the French arrests were made public in ,
of these two
days is im
so of the sick the oil of catechu other characters in the BIblIcal Tht present disenchantment Catholic La Budapest at the same ti"it
portant for Christians that at newspaper
mess, and Holy Chrism. account Previously. it dates from late last of the announcement of the
one time in history the Croix, Identified the other
was" required that the Passion sentencing of five memturs
when Hungary announced Father 1st-
Church Included them Because the Is year seven They are
among ceremony
be of the outlawed Christian
recited only by Priestsor
the the arrest of GlemirRotsa van Keglevlch. Father Las-
of carried
holydays obligation. Today out only at one location
deacons which meant thatit ... ,4> r Laszlo Emodl and democratic party. The political
tlo and Fattier
there is no longer a requirement In the Diocese a relatively ftozsavolg, leaders
usually was" read by a single eight others who were" Josef Mag o, who, along with were charged
to attend the lit small number of people the >
Enlarging sanctuaryA with taking In
person rather than by part "conspiracies
urgical services of Holy will be able to be present charged with "plotting I Father Kmodl: were members "
hostile to the state
three men, except in the Cathedral "
against the state. The professions of a society of diocesan
Thursday and Good
Friday where there ceiling-high column formed by crossed rail It also be significantthat
but most Catholics However, the oils consecrated parish of the men were not Priests known as Regnum may <<
to do so as part of their will try. by the Archbishop will were enough Priests avail. road tics helps to support the work of remodelingof announced, but E m o d I I' s M.rlanum.Cler the French the political leaders were

for the feast of preparation the affect the religious lift of the able. But recently this norm the Interior of the Cathedral of St. Augustine.The name was recognized as that report, it was learned that actually sentenced before the

Resurrection. entire Diocese for they will was' changed to permit laymen ties, right partially obscure one of the tall of a Priest who was arrested Father Alois Werner the signing of the Vatican accord

be used in administering the to assist in the capacity white fluted columns. once before In 1961 Soon It head of Ktgnum Marlanumand and the announcement
Sacraments of Baptism Con of readers. As a result of the was' delayed until later
Holy ThursdayOn it will be .. ---- -- a composer of church These facts have given rise
firmation Holy Orders and change, possible for -- -- --- - music, was also arrested. )
the Anointing of the Sick. In many more parishes to hear to the belief that the agree
Along with Father Roxsa,
Holy Thursday night the Passion read in the traditional ment with the Holy See

addition to their
i the Mass of the Last Supper sacramental Public house draws visitsof other Jesuits arrested wereFather have been
signed by Hungaryprimarily
manner. open
t will be celebrated in each par- use. the oils art used In Josef Dombl, Father
to othernations.
lish church. consecrating Items for divine Peter Cserepet, .Father Josef Impress
worship such as chalices and PrayersFollowing Haunt Father. Imre Morlln Secondly, It appears
The readings from
Scrip in Venice that the communist
altar stones. to parish government
the and Father Imre Mocsy, the
"lure prayers and the ser- the reading of does not set great value
Immediately after the
{ latter being a former profea'sor'al
of this
mon Mass will all be
the there nine( on continuing the talks In the
focused upon the Last Supper Thursday ceremony, the individual Passion are ln-Mntdgnor: : George. Cummings was quite solemnity and mystery that : the Pontifical Gregorian -
future.Besides .
solemn which near
oil stocks of each par prayers are naturally must attend our human In Rome
during which Christ established pleased with the' attendance' at the open| house he held in
said for the needs of the
ish will be filled with the to the Divinity the arrests of the
approach Besides these the communists
Eucharist for his Church of the Epiphany one Sunday during Lent.
Church and for various
His followers.AB newly consecrated oils and have also announced the Priests I the governmentharassment
then rushed to the proper parish groups of people. The last There were 521 persons who took advantage of the dayto Incense Is used In some arrest of Father Georg Elm of eight Catholic

e\enlng hour Is selectedfor so that they can be used three of these prayers are vmit the Venice Catholic Church meet the parish\ church services The spiral. and Father Josef Gtlambot secondary schools that ramain >

the time of the Mass tt in the blessing of the Baptismal said for Christians of other Priests and take guided ling ascent of bluish smoke of the diocese of Pecs, bringing In Hungary hat Increased.

correspond la the time of the water during the Easter denominations, for the Jews, tours of the pariah. church are never "wor reminds us of the Psalmist's lit( total arrested so far legal restrictions

Last Supper Itself\ Vigil on Holy Saturday night. and for the non- hrlstian peoples In a special letter addressed shipped1 or "adored" This words; "May our prayers ascend to 13. prevent them from acceptingmore
of the world. would be idolatry and, of than few of those she
membc'ra.Monlioor like the smoke of Ira The reasons given for the a
And I In order to recall even Good to non .
more strikingly the events of FridayThe In keeping with the ecumenical Cummings t x; court. forbidden by the First grant intense" arrests' were various and generally request admittance.
Commandment, The statuesare
that night some pastors may two days following Holy spirit these three prsvershave planed: These few thoughts: are but unclear Both Father Prime Minister Janos Ka
elect to carry out the Impres. Thursday art distinguishedfrom just bee revised ,. I wish on behalf of the there to make us more a portion of the deep meaning Kim and Father GsUmbos dar and his predecessorshave

live ceremony of washing the all others the Church's eliminate any wording that Catholics of Venice to welcome aware of our Faith Just asa contained In Catholic wor have visited western Europe: continually avoided conflicts

feet of twelve of the men of calendar by the fact that the might In any way be offrntlveIt you to The Catholic bring photograph back memories or picture of can a ship. and Father Galambas has on more than ont Ideological

the parish in Imitation of Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is the ear of those outside of Church of the Epiphany. The situation the \\Hromlng guests with I I been linked to a Catholic front. At the present

Christ who humbled himself not offered on either of these the Church. word Epiphany Is from the person presence or of a Crucifix so makes Monslgnor Cummlngs were newspaper\ In Stuttgart, Germany time the situation at home ls

by the feet his days. Greek and means a "Mani peaceful and foreign affairsare
washing of
At the conclusion of the it easier for us to contemplate Father \\llllsm Krllv; Father
Apostles. However on Good Friday festatlon," In this case it refers Before the first 10 I'rlents going smoothly
special prayers the adora the sufferings of Christ A. Rodrlguet, assistants)
In the liturgical ceremonies there is a liturgical ceremony ton of the Cross takes place.A to the Manifestation of John 1'erklrr, general chair. were arrested, reports told ..fthl'lr Thus It appears" | that attacks
of Holy Thursday the Church which includes a Communion crucifix Our Lord to the Three Ktof. The Stations of the Cross man Key Dean president of residences being on the Church may continue
large is slowly :
stresses elements of both Joy service unveiled and held high for or the \\1st Man, as they art are pictorial reminders of the Holy Name !Society and searched at all hours of the and that the "prellmlnary"

and sorrow: Joy, because of the to view sometimes called the sorrowful Journey of Our Mrs .\rthursnlJII, Guild day by police, apparently In Vatican accord of last
The congregation
consist tf
the Institution of the Sacrament ceremony lard from the Hall of I'on- search of books and religious year may remain "prelimlnary"
four mala parts: (III I) the readings Then the faithful come forward Today yes will be shown President. for
time to .
of the Eucharist; sorrow HIM Pllalt tt the Hill of painphleti, Hungarian pres.sure some comt.a.
front Scripture; (e1) the to the altar rail to kiss through the church by some
because of the approaching Cslvary.Al Guides and commentatorswere against religious Instruction
Solrma Prayers; (tai) the sea the crueifii as a sign of rev .f our gullet tou will see and
events of the following on hand to aid Instruct Is permitted by the con
day. erstton .f the Crtis; and (CH) erente various Item that are used a Catholic enters the In all the various rituals slit stion. ettl 1.1-.1 eaee
the Communion service, Is church service. Our Church he dips his fingersinto
To give added emphasis to After the Adoration of the. male our Urn .r( worship i is the Holy \Vater font and of the Catholic Faith Monsignor Agostin .Casaroll. a. a. Cfi._.....! .. ..._.
Cross, the Good
Friday service Mrs Edward played
The Fanning
sorrow connected with the Scripture readings are
closes' with the dlstribu taped the )I.... makes! the filln of the Cross selectionsCommentators. Valet| l undersecretaryof AmbuUno Service
taken from both Old
approaching commemorationof the and organ stale and the' negotiator of VA 4-U7J
himself As water Is
Christ death the altaris the New Testaments. faun of Holy Communion using The Mass Is called I Sacrifice Won and guides the pact last year, has declared ST. AUGUSTINE
used to cleanse material dirt
stripped. of all adornmentsafter The first is taken from the httts consecrated the day t before slate we re.oact the offering wets Mr. and Mrs. Thomas that the 'Instruction! of
the Mass of the Last prophet Osee It Is a passage at the Mast of the Last of Christ on Calvary front ut so tilt UM of holysater Joyce, Mr and Mrs. Arthur

Supper that calls upon the faithful/ to Supper. The tint portion of the MtIs recalls the Ipontualcleansing Sit wart. Mr and Mrs

be contrite for their sins Having entered Into the liturgy known as the Lrtwgy of received in Baptism Charles Iteiter. Judge JohnJ PHONE 177-7124

Oils blessedAnother The second reading Is from of Good Friday and the Wad; herein we read Blair, fir Charles Becker.

the back of Eiodus and deals having relived the sorrows of the word of the Psalmists Normally Upon entering' a Joeph Gerard James Costl- A. P. BOZA

important liturgicale.ent with the Jewish Passover that day the faithful art prepared the Evangelists (Matt_ pw' a Catholic genuflects, or Jan, Clarence Therrlen, Mrs, RIVMSIDI CHAPEL
of will feast which eelthe bends Ms knee tit the flour Charles Sptodel Mrs llarvrySrigel IlOt N. ARMENIA AYE
Holy Thursday at time the pas for the feast of the Kesurmtton Mark, Luke sad Joan>
take place during the morning chap lamb was sacrificed. The For the triumph Apostles. The second pat mamofrtarlly, as a profound Mrs, William IVprle, TAMPA 7, FLORIDA
when the year's supply of Church uses this passage to and joy of Easter can best be two Is called the Liturgy fit act of rtapwt (hi the "main Mrs, Elmer Iltcker, Mrs, w
sacred oils .'.:1 be remind altar the tabernacle Is located Irwin Yetkts and Mrs Dominic
consecrated us that Christ died at appreciated in contrast to the the Kucharist Piers the
by the Most Reverend the time of the Passover and defeat and sorrow .f Good Prlet. thrtMk IM power and the I My Eucharist! StruWe CHAPELAir
Archbishop. to remind us that Christ Is Friday given tt hair. by Chrtet, transforms Christ' Himself under the Registrars were Mrs, Phillip HEATH FUNERAL
-' ,.. 1- bread and wipe. IMo form of Rrtad- reeervedIIMro Coon and Arthur VanUII C."ditlo"l C Ip-I- PavI;i"t g L.t

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tht" Priest. wars removed from the Church I Mrs Elmer I'helan, \\

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meals' Fsr the .mast part In all Catholic service order' with Walter !Roeskl' and 1\\1

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pates the morntnnre If i \ "OJ not watch: tnt hour with India' ,the publication of the

pall the corporal art but a tie first Catholic translation of

few of the spec ,al \" 'i', a.t< AflJed to their symbolism the Old Testament Into H
Open house held in Venice church Items! used in the I .* ae< knowledge that they the new oflKitl language of UEJBiiL

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Flt I The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 9, 1965: '

WILLIAM J. MALL Palms will give way to cry:- I

MIVMI-APriestanda !Sister \ '

serving in Florida are NEW SCHOOL WWTIOJKDEir( REDUCTION thus:
Crucify were ever
among the members of the F/ *KCML MEtt *mLct9fiie ; men
family of William J Hall. TS COMMirre e m '
who mourn hill death on tiKvriK n Palm Sunday1 liturgy is explained this week by Father palms to the'r homw oldie

March 19 prlnnglIIIeeUrIA.r0111r ( Bernard J. McFadden of the teaching staff of Tampa they rcma.n QJ a cwutaot ro.mu'ld .
atulr+ 'aar/, ,.,rl, of lii- \
1all.II/ ho resided m
Mr : LaIWeai
Jrhal Catholic High School, a member" of the diocesan Liturgical
honor Christ: II"a
Miami'i Gesu parish when :aMM1T1tt DIVgI ,, Commission. This !I. one of the aeries of liturgy articles >
he came here 34 yearn ago souY The :Mass follows ad tilt
from White Plains New York by our diocesan Prieata. reading; of the Passion e( Ft.

was president for 10 years cf PALM Sunday takes on add- Matthc shoc'.s the congregation
the Gesu Ushers Club He A in a day when ; till! i the fact that it is
also vas past president! of the 4 0 cosmonauts are cheered by rather s the sin of the: apptautog
parish Holy Name Societv .:, welcoming throngs in Red crowd that nailed Christ to
and the Gesu conference of C :;. Square and astronauts receivethe Bernard J. the Cross( And, in point of
the St Vincent de Paul Soc:1' D palm of the conqueringhero (act. the Church la telling us
.., ;McFadden"partsthe\
etj i : amid the ticker tape of that It is our sin alao. The
Burial was in Flagler rem Broadway. These welcomes juxtaposition of honor and
etery following Requiem Mass Victory assured in campaign at St. Teresa's TitusvilleLast have become commonplace.The dishonor makes clear the

In Gesu Church. format remains the same. reason for the Church assignme .
lie H survived by his ale Sunday's visitations in the and provide debt reduction in the John B. D'Albora Jr., at left gen- Only the names and fates of proceislos with two names for this dey-

Mrs Mary V Hall at 2357! homes of parishioners of St. Teresa pariAh. Father John B. O'Hare era! chairman; Father O'Hare, pas the heroes change as fickle palms and the ;Mass. Palm Sunday and Second Pas
SW 16th Terrace; sons, Father Church Titusville, resulted in hopes the pledges will go higheron tor; and Tom O'Donnell campaign men shift their allegiance to sion Sunday.
William J.laU/ S J., pledgea] of $126,405. Victory was April 11, the day set! for the director. Final visitations will be their latest idols. The procession on the one
Edward J of Fort
Tampa; is demo
Myers, daughter.!: Sister Mary established on the first day volunteers completion of visits! by volunteer made between 1 and 4 p.m. Sunday. The Church begins Holy hand onstration a joyous of our public loyalty to
William S S J. of St. Juliana made the appeal-th. goal The kick-off rally was addressedby Week by highlighting\ this Inconstancy Christ the King. The Mass, Bishops

school faculty in West Palm was $125,000:') to add to the school Monsignor Irvine Nugent and of men. It does this however with its reading of
Beach; and four grandchildren by dividing the liturgy of the Passion is already under names of Germans

.... -- Palm Sunday into hit main the sorrowful shadow of the

'y i ., ,' : Cross It Is not without purpose martyred by nazis
; Conferences, sacraments, that the Church places

r.l side by side the two cries MUNICH; Germany (:NC)-
"Hosanna to the Son of
The of Germanyhave
prayer, all part ot retreats David!" "and "Let Him be been asked by Uie-

crucified! Catholic Academy of Munichto \
ST. .1l'Il'STINE-Diocesan; : Priests will again conduct The procession la Intended' issue a "martyrotogy"

retreats! for the Catholic high school students on Monday, to arouse in the people a renewed list of murdered and imprisoned
Tuesday and Wednesday of Holy Week There will be a pledge of loyalty to Catholics-covering
day of recollection for the public high school studentsIn Christ. It begins with the the period of nazi control be-

each of the diocesan centers on Saturday, April 10. blessing of palms. fore and during World War

I Areas where retreats are to be held were published The palms or other green II.
In The Florida Catholic last week. A schedule for the branches, are placed on a It has been reported that
retreat days has also been table or held by the people' names are already! being
Students will be served while the Priest says the cmipiled in the 22 dioceses of
up. lunch following Mass. prayer of blessing As the West Germany.
,. At 8'30 a m students will
Priest or servers' distribute
assemble in assigned homerooms The third conference will Knnrarl RepRen/ professorof
take place after lunch. It will the newly blessed palms a
for morning prayers. modern history for the
Plans for completion of school in Titusville The first conference will take continue until 2 p,m. At this in number honor of of the psalms King are of all sung na acamedy, warned German
place at 9 am. and at (:.30 time there will be Benediction historians not t. accept blind.
Then the celebrant
St. Teresa! School In Titusville! in nerd appeal of 1965: for the addition Father John B. O'Haie, because the rosary will be recited in of the Most Blessed tions.read the Gospel story of ly the "legends" ef Catholics

envisioned here in an architect'seketch to St. Teresa's and for parish debt completion day for securing all home rooms and students will Sacrament; this will close the Chrlht'i triumphal entry into aiding the German; regimeand

i as it will look when the new reduction has already passed the pledges( ia scheduled on April 11. have time for private medi day. Jerusalem.The Its persecution of the i

addition la completed. The financial goal set and will go higher, said tation.The second confrt'nre111 treats Priests have conducting been given the a sug-re precession begins Immediately Jews. I

take place at 10: 10. This. conference celled: list of topics for con as (he faithful Join Repgen spoke at a press
will last for :30 minutes ferences. In spirit the enthusiastic conference for the publicationof
Added to exhibit after which the students crowds accompanying Christ. a new book dealing ;11thdlplom.tlc
Retreat masters will be
notes between the
Coming events
choose from Our local church becomes
Daytona Beach :\.;w'ORK (NC-A: ) sta. available for many spiritual pamphlets available! for confession at all "Jerusalem" as the tint Holy See and nazi Germany.The .
tue of St. John the Baptist times except during confer.
Hall Tampa, Jesuit High reading At this time also! Palm Sunday is reenacted. book asserts that the
Men's of
Contact Mr. Raymond W.bb day recollection long lost and attributed to Michelangelo ences. papal secretary of state.
School Dada Club, sponsor students may make vlsiti to
OR 7-5604 for ads in this aria. April 11, Ham. until noon, Forty (Hours Devotion, All ( will be added to the Blessed Sacrament Students are. reminded to Upon his return to the altar, Eugenio Cardinal Pacelll
Bishop Barry High School, St Saints I Home, Jacksonville. the Vatican Pavilion exhibitsat take advantage of this opportunity the Priest recites a pra'erthat (later Pope Pius XII) warnedthe
Petersburg; all parishes In. April 25 at 11 a m. to April the New York World'i :Mass will be offered and and to put forth as the blessing of God will nazis as early as May,

silted 27 at S p,m. Fair Holy Communion distributed much effort as possible to descend on all the places 1934 that their racial theorywas
CIRO'SCustom Card party, April 19. St. Monsignor John J. Gorman, at 11:41.: make this an effective r. where these palms are used. a mistake and would leadto
Made Drapes Paul parish auditorium, Jacksonville Low Sunday Pilgrimage( to pavilion director said the 40- Jubilee Mass treat. The people then take the disaster
8 Parish Guild Mission ol ;Nombre de Ilion
Carpet Sales I Service pm., inch marble figure Is insuredfor
sponsor. St. Augustine, April %5,3 p,m.; $25 million He said It r.L PAM , ,
2650 N. Diiit Freeway Fair, April 23, 24, 2S, Our ordination of Priests 10 a,m. was borrowed from the collection op James P Davis of Santa .()\ '' ;-
New Smyrna 468-2612 I Lady Queen of Martyrs par America's. oldest :Milun. of Mr. and Mrs. Plerro re will\ preach at the Pontifical I. .

Isis grounds Sarasota; fish Chicken barbecue benefit, Tozzl of this city. The statue Man May 19 in St. Pat
dinner April 23 at S p.m.; was brought to this country at rick's cathedral here on the
April 25 17pm., Joseph i
teen dance, April 24; concertby Loretto. the turn of the century and 25th anniversary of the consa.
the band of Mary Help of parish was acquired by the Tozzis at ration of El Paso'i Bishop
Christians School, April 25. Covered dish supper, April a 1942 auction. Sidney M Metzger
"A Night to Remember" 25 from S to 7 p.m., St.

dinner dance. April 24, 5.30p Charles social hall. Orlando. dI
Bazaar, May 2. Blessed
.m. to 1 a m, Curtis Ilixon I
Trinity parish Jacksonville 'Faith of Fathers'wwiir

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FREE Pickup and Dalivary Lotttr Press and OlftttCouchman ( Dedication of towering I Saturday, 12:lOp,"" w.
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l even The Florida, Catholic, Friday, April 9, 19R3

Of many things i

1 ; VotiffiJ L4jr 1f Revivalism U.S.A.. and theology}

By Fr. Henry J, Mlroa ing! to Mme aoclsissgiats of have faith in faith, rather

religion, still affect nen.Catholic than faith in a thoroughly or-
suney, no matter
ANY life today. gamtable content structure+ ;
brief the develop
belief without an object of
f ment of Protestant and Catholic Despite the poxlthe value
belief faith without form
: life In the United States, of the angelical thrust, ;
cannot overlook the effect of doctrinal differences among Religion In America cam

religious revivalism in the religious the descendants of( Luther to have one embracing dog.

life of America Zwlngli, Cabin and Cranmerwere ma religion is a good thing.

During the great Catholic too easily overlooked orneglected. God M necessary for the
American since lie helps man
Immigration Into the United that came to be
s stressed Is "heart religion"and to gain the American way of
Cardinal States after the Civil War and
Mooney Baseball teams the "conversion expert.ence life and the remembrance of
up to World War I, Protestant
God aids for peace of mindso
High SchoolS ST. PETERSBURG The churches were modifiedand as to be a !better and more

Gulf Coast Parochial Athletic: reshaped by very strong Sincere though the avenge creative citizen

.\ .\ A-The Cardinal Association has announced d'Macbeth' evangelical currents In non. "churchgoer" ia peculiar
Several Protestant
Catholic life and
: practice A
Mooney baseball team won their baseball teams for 1965. good deal of this American phrase reflecting and sociologists have
its lixth game of the season reshapingwas a great Insight into Christianity .
Participating in the competitions In reaction to the intet.lectual noted these Indications of
against Santa Fe Catholic last ) was, it must he stated
acted in Tampa schoolAn effects of weak theological life among
Friday. will be St. John, St Knlight- that his grasp of the essential
the denominations They mustbe
The girls' basketball team Joseph St. Petersburg; St. enment period of Englandand elements which characterised
excerpt from Shakeapeare'a Thomas Sajre. The seventh and France, kept In mind in noting the
suffered a defeat by Berkeley Joseph Bradenton; Holy him as a particular follower
Prep on March 26. The Cardi Name, Sacred Heart St. Macbeth la enacted at Moat Holy Name eighth grade pupils took part In their While In England: and Europe : of a particular interpretation anticipated progress which
could be made in ecumenism
nal Mooney girls played avery School, Tampa, above, by, from the March 27 tribute to the 400th annicrsary religion and religious of the Christian message was
Paul, St. Patrick St. Cecelia In the United States Though
exciting game which left, David Reyes, Michael Lawson, \' of the great playwright Ideals were being denigrated weak If not nonexmtcnt. t these writers and their

ended in a score of 15-12 St. Raphael and St. Jude all Michael Schmidt, Robert Huffman and for their lack of total rationality In point of fad I'rotestant thoughts may present a caricature .

On March 31 the Cardinal of the Gulf Coast area. (witness the debates activism more and more of religiosity amongthe
Mooney golf team won its The winning team and run. over Darwin), the situation In limited the difference of the Americans, their criticisms

match against East Bay. ner up will" receive trophies Jesuit the Columbia Scholastic Tress given from "Macbeth": occurs the United' States. was somewhat various setts to mere questions are not without founda
Association, New York. Some alter the murder has different.! The key words( of policy and discipline
after the tournament. Members lion
select members of the High School I860 entries from the I'nlted taken place lady Macbeth here were "revivalism"! of Most theological colleges
French Club, which li made of the winning team will Ignorance of church historyand
Puerto Rico religion and
States Canada filled with remorse, Is seen "eungehcal"theology opened their doors to students
up of French land \11 classes, receive individual trophies. TAMPA-The Jesuit High Turkey and Germany competed walking In her sleep The of all confessions eccleslology! disregard of
went to the French Convert- Members of the Association School the these The denominational origins and
magazine Tiger, for awards maid watching<< and listeningto Evangelism
lion held at Barry College, have made up a schedule of received a second place national Tiger staff members especially her was Rhonda Vega. produced a The era of "latlluillansrUn- differences, lack of apprecia
AprU 1.2.Elsa games starting March 21 and .International award for commended were very active Protestantism, Ism" was Inaugurated and lion of the continuity and

Thai Is ending on May 30. journalistic excellence from George Cappy, news' editor; An excerpt, was' then given dured Unity of activity was pro the sad effect la that, for apostolicity of the Christian
representing from the of Errors. among the differing Church In history, and a genuine
the Cardinal Mooney Chapterof ."...... --- ............-- ... '. .;\1110 Valdei business editor; Joseph! Luclana, "Comedy Portia Nipper I Is sects, though theological and some, this horizons widening and of this theological belief that the congregation
Tennies manager; <<
the Para Medical Club trying her best to console her dogmatic unity was Mill considered whkh one chooses, whatever
Edmund Bodme layout editor ef disparate' beliefswas
this weekend in Ocala. an condition denominational allegiance
Jealous sister Adrians unnecessary its
; and Joe Rodelro, art Mary truly hrlstlan and profoundly
Plans are being made for for action.
editor Young, ecumenical Is truly of the Church
the students of Cardinal Each: character then appeared There grew In Americanlife which Christ uniquely found.
Mooney to visit the Asolo as if on a TV screen a variety of voluntary Whit It did do wan lessen ed-all these are noticeable

Theater In the Rlngling Museum Most Holy Name and told his Impression of orfanlistlnni<< which aimed,, the necessary and Important hallmarks of Christian !life&
of Art to view a movie Shakespeare and his plays primarily at social reform components of the Christian among non Catholics in Amer

about Leonardo Da"lnrL Narrators throughout the through "the preaching and faith and reducethem to ica.
Grade School
An exhibit Is on display depicting play weaving" the story together witnessing of the social Da VincI' intentions, were' Marilyn Muen- pel." What Ixname Important In alit understanding why ecumenism
TAMPA-Saturday night
at the Ringling Museum; of 1 March 27, the seventh and, Inghoff Carldad Ibarra, Sonia the religious I life I of the In the United States
Art. Gonzalez Francine Not, Such active Protestantism "a\eru American" was to H "peculiar\ problem."
eighth graders of Most Holy
This news from Cardinal succeeded well In
Name School Cher>1 Rosenblatt Karen quilt shaping
Mooney was reported by Staff commended from two of 'I"Ctorptl Shakespeare'splajs. Schmidt and Margaret Douglas a society that came to be

Sharen Bruneau. Stagehands were F.lira- recognized as Christian In its
In honor of Shakes.peare's
The .Jeault High School magazine, the Tiger, 4<)Xth() annhersaryThe brth PolliKk and Vivian Pal action towards Its fellow men
VACATION received a second place award for Joumaliatic first scene showed ermo. Frances tote provided at leant this was the theory

KORTII rAlOL...A-M.'ai. excellence from Columbia Scholastic Prens Association three witches, Sylvia Carrlga, lively piano music between of the social gospellers,

r....." r.. ..... awN.111... Some of the staff members especially Jeannme Young and Calluta each scene By the end of the 19th century INSURANCE .
... .... ..... ... I.,.,...... commended the frontier areas (suddenly Fire Auto Life Home or lutinoM;
were, from left, Evillo Valdri. editor Jerkins, bent over a steaming
.u .. ..... W, ,. II........ ;
...rC R. It (I.. Ul..L George Cappy, news editor; and Joseph Tenniea, cauldron. In the second, a expanded by a population HENRI A. MONTEAU
ulna. bualneaa manager. bleeding soldier, Thomas St. Paul which rapidly moved liJ MORILAND.OLIVER.MONTEAU, INC.
Sajre announces the treachery west" after the Civil War I Jl Western, Union Building;
------ -- High SchoolST. were" churched In the
of the Thane of Caw dor or pro- Phone J2-I'M Ja"'P4t, Florida

SCHOOLSROSARIAN Bishop Barry to King Duncan, Robert Huff 1'ETIItbltt'IttiMissKathleen : : rose of no !bring!C. Tin American

man; his son Malcolm, Michael Kessler daughterof people seemed to he.
High School !Schmidt i ; and four soldiers Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kessler settling down to a stable "THE t HOME OF GOOD IMPRESSIONS"

David Ilees, Jack of 1(161 21st Avenue churchgoing<< existence which
ST rKTFKSRUUi-Gor: Parker SaKador Ctratella It should be noted, was" defined P11E 'Y.a PEWIT U
ACADEMY "North, and a senior at st.
don Allen lirick, a member of In almost exclusive
ReiU.nt ail day WNM| for his .. shores of b... ,* and laid King Paul's! High School was
lAke Worth ftridtt one to tnshe. Fully .rcr"4l4.b >.. the Mathematics Departmentof la the third scene the Thaneof named the girl-of the month Protestant terms

,IMI,|". AH ports, WHile, art, a>.m.ti<-.. U-ertf4 .J Bishop Barry High !School i Ross, Gerald Hughes, confirms from St Paula as part of However, certain attitudes 102 South Tempo Sheet Tempt, Florida;
listen of CL)( no..I.lr I For r iluf (d
ROJiRltX AlJ: : If. H ....1 MI.M KKtCH the I'niveriit of South' Carolina witches are again seen In the of the Went Exchange: Club of group which, accordDean's .
to attend the t 11ertll\ t following scene, prophesying M Petersburg
academe year institute for to Macbeth Anthony March-

high school teachers of mathematics ese, that he was Thane of Kathleen was presentedwith listWMIICiTIIS
Academy Of The Holy Names according to an announcement Glamis and would become an award al a luncheon 11 C. MARY HELP OF

Res'eW sod eiy* school for '::1'1.' tf.J'i one fe twelve. Fury by Dr. W L. Thane of Caw dot, and later meeting e April 7, Three girl from the Diocese

steree'ittdl. tttytm ;includes: college prep.rttory ed f......1 Williams institute director hung of Scotland, To Harxjuo, This of St Augustine have been
Is t t the
part >
courses, fWe.' erf end sport Conducted by S.den el twi Holy The Institute, made possible John Kettner, they prophesied. programof named to the Item's Mst at
the Exchange Club to
N.",... 13If ..('hot. lotilo>.rd. T, \pi. Florid, br a grant from the !National that his deacendants would be the pubIk Trinity College here Mary
ly recotfnlte worthyachievements
Scwixe KoundatiM, will run kings, and good ritllenshlp Ann lloeprr of Eau Gillie, a CHRISTIANS
through the academic jear, graduate of Academy of the
later King Iwnram I Is show of local students and
beginning In September
Holy "Names In Tampa! :, II
confirming the first prophesyof to encourage the traits of
AN INVESTMENT IN YOUR SOU'S FUTURE11OC'JC'ROSS Dr Williams slated thai the witches by tfeclarlagMacbeth leadership holarshlp, athIftlc Clayton Heach Scanlan of of Ormond Immaculate ( CAMP DON BOSCO)
a graduate
appreilmaleljr lie appllca- the Thane of 'es' ability and Industry.
Heart In For 8 to
lions were rerehed and that Hollywood, Boys

Mr, Rrlrk .ts one of the :M d.r.Th. California, Mary Ellen Dar
'}{ appilranls .bo was arrepted. scene then turns to Marks centenary denca of I'ont.'f'dra teach, JU f.d ei
lady Macbeth Swan ('Iark, a NEW OILEANS. LA. Three one act plays acre receiving Matbrth letter I.I''S <<<:S(') .- Achilla Milford, Connecticut. (cl.t..i, el the Macy Help of Christians Scriool fee lays.

IN performed by the Biahep tolling ef the prophecies. She Cardinal IJenart of Ulle, Open Suno'oy, June ItVS twy( Sunday, Auflus lib lnelus! e.

A Lading Preparatory School for Hoys Barry Notre Dame Drama Is (determined to get him to France visited J.ondun to attend

conducted by the Holy Cro. Brothers.Cradea Club last. week The {days murder Ksng IHWCM A servant the centenary of Notre ST. AUGUSTINE
were Three on a Beach" Patricia Hughes. entersto Dame do France, London'sFrench
7. Il. both BnrJit cad l>'j.s .'
The Doctor Decidee, and tell lady Mactwth that rhurr'tAithMihop

Character Training and "The Bald Soprano Kwg Duncan will spend| the Igino Cardinal,
Christian Doctrine Far: h performance .lasted night there lady Macbrtii Is the apoetolic delegate to Britain .

College Preparatory Courses apcroilmatelY! one half beer DOW more determined than consecrated' a new high

Periods and took place In the cafeto- ever to hate the murder performed altar at the centenary cere-
f Supervised Study sum on the peaty built state, that night mon after whi< h John Cardinal e
n Training in the Fine Aria Hernan of Westminster stt e
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Cornrlet.dllelic beth at the castle, He Is still r

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Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 9, 1965
Paul VI

Speaks forpromotion

s re

e F ; u e

of unity J

..' frs MI. ...> r

Church so that thy may invent ;

new and untenable theol ei 1

ogles* What must we sav of .

those who seem" to have a A

taste for creating currents (of .

thought or opinion i one contrary '' +r gw e rRx

to the other, to ow luipieions .

to deny trust and do. I :
cihty to authority, to defend
autonomous actions without ........... .- -.1

foundation or wisdom Whatmu students at t tI
Kenny Mass
t we say of those who, to Archbishop's I

be modern, find all Imitable
and bearable beauty in what Twelve hundred ntulentii of naslum Faculty members! and the gym, the students under the

they tee in other areas and Bishop Kenny High School in Jacksonville Priests! of the parishes! served by direction of Joseph McGonagle tj

all that is unbearable and debatable are pictured at the Mass the school participated in the special sang "Ecce sacerdos magnus" g 1t

and outdated in our offered for them recently by Archbishop Mass during the Archbmhon'i. 1 + c

area?" Joseph. In the school gym visit. During the procession into ,j

------- -
Pope Paul made H clear h.

was not referring to the pro For High School students At Pinellas Park Mass
teas of purification and re-

newel which now agitates and
regenerates the Church, and Father James F. Gloekler, pastor of of his parish school Here Father

which, above all, works for Diocesan Priests will give Holy Week retreats Sacred Heart parish in Pinellas Park, Gloekler distributes Holy Communion

and promotes the Church." was celebrant at the Mass which followed to student of the school I

... ... .... dedication of the second
Instead, the Pope said 'wt cr..II. eras P penence with youth to make High School In Sarasota and High School Last year, Father storyArchbishop

only wish to invite all those father Bernard J. Mcfad the retreat for Bishop Barry as last year's retreat master Earner conducted the re

who feel the dignity and re den faculty member at Tarn boys a memorable one. father at St Joseph Academy, father treat for students of Santa
ipontibihty of the name of Larkin has taught: at f ojnes has been invited fe Lakeland.
Catholic School will
Catholic to love strongly and pa High Bishop Moore High School in to be retreat master at Notre Actively engaged In the sets
students of Cardinal
deeply the mystery of its In. guide High in Sarasota during Orlando and ]last year he con Dame Academy in St, Petersburg work of the diocesan Liturgical -
tenor unity, and to venerateit : ducted the retreat given to Commission, father JohnBluett
in word and deed so as toIh' this vear s Holy Week re public school students at the Another staff member of
treat, Jo'atherIr.'adden: 1 III
to the Church the joy of Cocoa Reach area Now on
Bishop Barry in St Petersburg
being what it is, magnificently well acquainted with youth. the faculty at Clearwater Central :
Father Patrick Caver
He has been associated with school
fine, and so as to increase the Catholic High School, father rf grade goals
Bishop Moore High: School in .
splendor which comes from it Larkin is also a memberof .
for the illumination of the Orlando and has conducted the diocesan Liturgical s .' .....

world" other. retreats in previous Commission 9 tar (C..ll...4 ins .... ...> tiful and functional school and deanen and Monsignor C L.

The Pope said that this li jears father Michael V. Gannon things of God, while] at the catechetical center lust om. L!'lander of the southwestcoast

not 'a closed static and egotistical Students of Tampa Catholic noted historian and author of same time, giving superb secular pleted gave evidence of th."Ibr.nt deanery. :Monsignor
High School will benefit from .
It II not Rebel will be
spirit a'ghetto' Bishop" re.Leh. education-we are grving
spiritual life of the PatrICk J Tramor and Monsignor
the skills
of their retreat mas t
spirit, as they say them a privileged position parish John F Scull)'.
It Is the genuine spirit ".'h.. nrhN in life one superior to How
sacrifices have
of Christ infused in His 4LIMN Th.ls r, +..h.Y.r.rr many father Gloekler, in his remarks
the bleakness
which stretches
been made
ni.re by our Bishop the welcomed the distinguished
Church and It is, for him who out before those trained in Priests Sisters
has parishioners clergv-brothen of his
has to tee, a phenomenon ; accepted the Holy
eyes merely secular education
I.Ihr.L.N of the
and thepresent
of supreme spiritual beauty I.", .. ". r..I., Week opportunity to aid the The home Is having its dlf.fICUltl past own" and other faiths; several
God Himself
... only different communities of
i .1' Bishop! Kenny girls in their consecrated
Wt Easter: Father ,.. There Is a new crisis. knows said, the pastor ai he and dedicated Sitters
I Ij) will participate in the re- preparation of authority in homes and In asked God's blessing on their
Bishop Kenny Bluett Is an asset to Catholic and civic officials
treat program( this year Public other sectors of modern life offering fourth
students in Orlando he degree Knights ef
school students in the The Catholic school with its The
new liturgy was
teaches at Bishop Moore per Columbus formed a guard of
High School .. ".th.. Tallahassee] area will attend! Public school students in !gentle! but firm pressurescan fectlv expiessed m the Mass honor for the ArchbIshop.
the April 10 day of recollection be of immense help to
r.th.r HIt'ho.1 I. nu 'h. Y, Sanctuary altars minor mm
JACKSONVILLE: : Archbishop ".....d I. I..It. P. I..,"'. (...... / that he will] conduct father the Cocoa Rockledge area the home. isters-all showed the spirit Moter M fll.ls: and the
again this will be
M.r.I. 00111.01' able
Joseph P Hurley was (treat master of boys at Bishop taverly was associatedwith to year He called of the Priest ho Is also' ) president other Missionary 7elttrlres of
spend of recollection Priests and
a day
presented to the students of tcr father John P Caulfield Kenny High School Last the retreat program: previously father Carl It f'orthorpr1111 Religious to upon think of thesethings of the diocesan Liturgical the Sacred Heart were Joined

Bishop Kenny IlIgh School recently Father Caulfield Is a former Dear, the Bishop Moore boys and conducted a retreat Commission The people carried by lay faculty members! In
meet with the to
by Monsignor Mortimer teacher at Bishop Moore and were privileged to have father at Santa fe In 1W3 them students giving '. best stud anewhow their own copies of the !lining up the school children

Danaher school president is now on the faculty at Father Gannon during their Harry High' school will send and inspiring conferences Catholic they ran the help Christian the Peoples Mass Book and sang In the central corridor, for
for edits family,
Those present in the gjmna ( Lopez I High School in Holy Meek retreat Director another of its staff to take points confidently the appropriate, the dedication
tion A member of the family all famillet In
slum heard His Grace commend I Daytona Reach He is part in the retreat Bishop
a me in of the :Mission of Nomine de program Moore father difficulties how !Molt hymns. ending with. a resounding
the Itudt'ntslor the fine her of the diocesan Liturgical Duos In M Augustine, father this year when father Patrick faculty Forth ; they '..'lltll of Our fathers Several hundred parish
ofer will travel there from ran forward the Interests .f f toners looked on at the Arch
scholastic work which they Commission and has participated Gannon Is a regular columnist A Quinn visits to St. ,"
had exhibited throughout the before in the retreat m The floiula Catholic. Paul high School In St Orlando on April 10. Catholic educationReligion bishop went to the new rooms
father Lawrence P Red. to bless them Individualv!
Trumpets plated three
'ear. Petersburg
) program Assistant director\ of the There Father! Is something that
lie assured them that they A liturgical cnrnmis Confraternity of Christian I Quinn will help students pre mond li another newcomer in Is alien to no man and aliento 'bo> s added to the solemnityof The crowd then filed Into the

were constantly thought of, turn member father :Michael Doctrine and a member of pale for faster through Informative the high: school retreat program no sector of human existence the organ music and the church for Mats A long procession -

not only by their own school llamahan will address the the diocesan liturgical Commission conferences and said the Archbishop hymns sung by school rhll- of altar hors precededthe

officials, but by all Priests btuclents of Melbourne Cen. father Lawrence{ S, the sacrament. Father In felicitations expressed by drrn and parishioners alike clergy in the ceremonies

religious, and lay workers Cal Catholic I High: School during Cunningham can also claim Quinn also 'Is a member of the archbishop. he empha The choir director was Mrs,

throughout the Diocese the" Holy Week rrtrcats as hit field that of working the diocesan Liturgical Commission e 'rV aired how Impressed all were Helen Boyle and the organist Students given

The Archbishop then spoke The Irish.born Priest Is a with youth A teacher at liish at the beautiful Yon In which Mrs Joseph" Lyons Commentator .

briefly to the students con. teacher at Bishop Kenny op Barry in St. Petersburg, Father Thomas D Finn of the pariah and the school at the Mats .as invitation to
cerning their choice of vocation High School in Jacksonville \father father ,hildren
: Cunningham was retreat Lopez high will bring carried out the lit. Robert Beaudreau

school after completion of their last year he gave a retreat master at Kenny last his ex|cricnie with youth to rgy which, Is essentially Nineteen IneMs Joined father follow Christ

years lie reminded at Father Lopez in Daytona )jear This year, he will travel the worship of Almighty Godfather Gloekler, on the joyful

them of to the choices Catholic which boy are Beach, to Daytona Beach and conduct James f' Gloekler, day for his parish Among' IfI..... r... .... ....

open any 01 Hislmp Moore boys ..rrIllp.sd the! retreat for father P.1h... ".'h.. pastor of Sacred IIfait. pre them were area pastors tn t") the comfort that

Ilrl.II.. to hear that father Lopez students f... ... I.....,. .. tented the Archbishop to the ('IudlntIrmsl'nor: John PMcNulty the sacraments-those comesfrom
asked the students In James A. Larkin is their retreat father Richard J. BowlesIs .rth..I. ba.oi congregation! In making public \ : \ G. t_o vicars wonderful sacraments which
consider the Bit Melbourne Central hit own gratitude: father forane
especially greatest a well liked teacher at Monsignor John J reach out so many hands to
choice of all a vocatlo.to Bishop Kenny high His populanty / Catholic high school Gloekler Mid that the beauing Mullion of the west coast us when we are In' need of It.

the religious life. ., students will attest to his .
The Priest is there to .
The religious vocation h. 'Y 4 popularity have known with him youth as timethey their Second story added to Priests are needed enlighten

laid, Is the most sacred om teacher The girls at Or. for the work of education to
and the one for which God! all fields
Llbr landos Bishop Moore will
select His candidates most e.IrliY A. Ih..... n.Qnlu benefit from the Holy Meek Pinellas/ Park school Priests are needed for the
carefully His Grace impressed jt.lh. t... retreat that father Redmond work of charity to keep the

upon the student students of Santa f'e in Lakeland will conduct, work of beneficence and ..1.!
the need for workers in thus during lloh Week,. The father Timotrn Allman 1'I\t.I.I.\1I \KK-Dunnif the paatorates of predecensors fare from being cold.th .

field and the tremendous e.lh.. ...'h.l1.h.ot .. Irish Priest, besides teachingat a teacher at Bishop Kennv of Father James .'. Gloekler, Priests and parish .
amount of work which \ .... t loners built the first ve all the mnd.rld
awaited I. A the Daytona Beach school Jacksonville! Is recently arrived story of Sacred. Heart School The nerds I'rtetls$ to thepeople
N..h. 1.rh1. terse
those who follow Christ. .. P.I5.. was on the staff of Clearwa, entire second story addition was recently completed un
After his address the Archbishop master, father Larkin ...... .. der Is our parishes. The
I. a h.a a.c..i..h.s (Il'r'l Catholic High and gavea the direction of father Gloekler The solemn .
his.. parish\ Priest It the
.... general
former teacher there .1.
Imparted the papal a (swell retreat last sear at st or the addition took practitioner of
blessing known at the Orlando school has also been known at Paul St. tplruuil medirioe -
Among place on April 4. \t hit best
This be
Chaplains to the Archbishop Last year, during Holy Week, Bishop Moore where h. his duties father Finn works Lrbr The arrangement .f window
during the Mass he offered he! was one of the Priests in. taught pieviously and at Car. as a member of the diocesan I..h' I.Au. of the architects description alto, shown th.rnui Ihlnct U all mea,
t new
were Father Joseph P Dug sited ai retreat master at dmal Mooney where he gave Liturgical Commission, .... lows coMlrucUoo fel ventilation U all clattroonu If God hat marked woo fnt

Ran and father Martin M. Bishop I Kenny father I.ai kin his most recent high school Students at Clearwater' Central The aMitMxi Classrooms are equippedwith his own said the An hbtshop

Flynn. Father John McCall, i II presently on the staff at retreat The students at st. Catholic heard the news Heart !Vtawl. t t. Sacred built in shelves teacherstafeuwts accept that Remember too
completes fee
vice president of Bishop Tampa Catholic High School Joseph Academy in St. last week that father first unit of (he school coot racks asdS4HBS the only happy man Is the

Kenny High School, was mas Father Michael J. larkm Augustine will surely reap Thomas f'. Earner would be plan The 'hart' master .tie who searches. for God and
K be.
ter of ceremonies will take advantage of his ex benefits from the retreat he their retreat master dunng from I Ireland Father nn In 1 HIM with a four wan<-lasn. The rooms are among the finds God Md who does the

will conduct this vear Holy Week this ear They Allman wilt aid, public' school room wing .s. wing of equalsue ftrit w the state to .be fur will e( God.Boosts.

East coast for A native of Ireland father had reason to be pleased because students of the 0tinesvlit was added in 10 flushed with M acoustic! near
prepares James A. f'ovnes has come to father Earner: '
I is a area at the day of recollection material This BMtenal is a
DCCW know the youth through his well.liked member of the for high school students The .sew addition restklt root carpet \ laser suateiMwce > unity

convention, May 3c..li..d work at <'ardmalIoont'Y: faculty of Tampa Catholic' there on April 10'r' ..f a second story constructed time a* compered \' \Tlt'\\ ( in. <\CI-

"" "' .u er the two original wings, with ......... of a hard
Grettan members of
/ h. pse..Iof member of Ascension ":. -. _... .." -7 fA plus a I..|OM lertloa housing an agricultural -
parish floor material .
.. '' '. .'..) co is ant*tatted study group of ttl.Eweeee .
Orlando tre. ur'r.Irs.: club will assist as adviser '\ \ f' ..dml..I.tnthfiul( The entire buihteg. n serviced ocoaomir

W E: Humphiey. of Dunedm, Raniada Inn is to be con and a farultv beige, hy a* ...rrammia>ns- sly. Pss>e Pad \1 encouragedusuty commun-

auditor: and Miss Idrlle :Murphy vrntion headquarters. and Teach*| spore now m- taos system aM M ...,.... esfMcwJI among mac

of Tallahassee, parliamentarian business meetings!! and dm chides 12 claurantM. a science alarm ssssemTV floss which hate h cnncal

nen will be scheduled there room ad an. assembly architect far the project >st y aid affinity of
Rater at the Ramada Inn room fffttl Is Jhn. D Pamsh I A of treditMSj"la
a sue to treeclaaar.ems.
The deanery president who newest and largest motel on the firm. ..... aa4 Pamth.architects .
will assist Mrs I acher, In the beach will! be $to, single! : The beslig |il The feaarai ret- rrear*. the PH .a:1:
presiding are Mn I ( ha ril'lOrblm.nn. $12. double! 2 wwttfwrW Ksb his SMSMstfy impotet oo. k 1':::n
: | extra for each with. hud beana tractor is CowtructMS "
Ihe ..
Sarasota Mrs maioary promote and IP1\o
extra the of V
person in room wain and. Compeay PetersburfPersecuted
Frederick II. Schmidt, !M. IVlertburg Suites accommodating four steel Joist support camp all tht CM rw !bMe -
Mrt .\. .\, 1 ed fleets and not deck Ap.rd.a tII duuaishi i har"
; Reyes, ate available Each: room .SffSH**** ** ieri
the .
Mauls ,
MW hetweea ,
St. Augustine: and Mrt is mea and nat m say
piovidrs television
Chester Karmierctsk, De maker! coffee faced with what. clay knck \IIANi: ,\.+ rIart ta .had them up to brntterj

Land. *** The clatorooms are ar An imMiewtifietf CathoftrPneet b......d
\\olliet Restaurant It located ... .
ranged. aa! both. sides of aaepe hM SUM glad fir tee -. **y .* univerul '
Mrt Arthur T. Snjder. in the Ilamada Inn and ...air cwrttter which Is yefs to LNhsmMa hwaww 'be swtassre .hi referee e 'it TV

Cocoa Beach a member of will tater the evening!! mealsat Sacred Heart School', Pinellas Park skylighted Roan tt* rest The fave Holv Comimmssei *s WeMaam forts at EM'apt an .mj"j-! ef
a cost of $15 to tie for all M
the host parish club serves three dinners Wt -tit ,.tusue throuati at these. pares** re- apples first of a.' II, vu

as convention general chair Individual! Parishioners of Sa< i cd Hi art in am. bl< >saing' John D. Famuli ALA t w sowed OMT to the first ouettReport'. ....'Of s.tjoin d' < 4n r ?
the 1M
going to con IWIUs Park attended con'monies Ut fleet t. sresrM an .. chiaspaces reachmf here Rate 1y a
manMrs vrntion should place their resenations was the' architfct and Knob CoMtruc- < eaaMBM h"'f'.I: week at which the second of their with natural light that the Priest was convicted tai,. aM wkI .
Joseph Schoehert Fau: duettlv with the story linn Company' of St Petersburg was race 1.";ed :
school Archbishop from the interior si wit in a<1,ii- m the cm of TalU." despite a more Spec
immediate dedicated a
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Nine The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 9,19fib

Chile's Cardinal Good Council Camp sets -

says tents first woodcraft session in June Council auditors include

need homeless/ 'e lsa married from Mexico
VENICE Camp season is approaching again and ;, 1 couple

Monsignor W. director of Good Council
Cumminga -
WASHINGTON (NC)- MEXICO: CITY (>C)-A husband and wife who are
Chile'i Cardinal has said Camp is making plant for this summer's visitors. awaiting the Imminent birth of their 12th child have been

here tents are needed to replace The woodcraft session open to boys between'the ages appointed lay auditors of the ecumenical: council by Pope
the thousands of homes
lost In the earthquake which of eight and 15, will begin on June 13 and continue until Paul VI.Jose.

rumbled through the popu July 9. ment each evening At the Alvarez least, 44-year-old civil engineer and hU

lout central part ot his country This ,session consists of four woodcraft session every boy wife Lui Maria, 41, are the first married couple to be

weeks of outdoor life with is given the opportunity to named council auditors. gent for the voice of the family

Haul Cardinal Silvs Henriqu special emphasis placed on serve Mass or Benediction. 7 They were presented the to be present in the council
woodcraft, water sports, papal document appointingthem because as the family U,
of Santiago said in an Care Is taken In the choosing
by Archbishop Luigi
rulery, handicrafts "
hiking so is the Church.
interview in the nation's capital to Insure
and nature study of counsellors Ralmondi, apostolic delegateIn
he had received a cable- Also included In each the best possible Influence and Mexico. The Alvarez drive
gram from his homeland asking er's day said Monsignor camp example to the bojs. leans, who live in Mexico Literacy
him to seek tents and founded the GUADLAJARA.. Mexico
Cummings is much time demoted City together
The is located Just
other forms of temporary to God. Mass is offered off U.s. Route 41, between Christian family movementin (NC: ) -Jose Cardinal Garlbl

touting.Th each morning and Benedictionof Inverness and Floral City. Mexico in 1958 and served y Rivera of Guadalajara has
Cardinal the Most Blessed Sacra. as its first national presidents ) voiced his support of the natlonal
came here On the shores of Lake Tsala !
after serving as papal legateto Apopka. the setting of the The movement has campaign against illiteracy -

the 11th international For library meet camp is one of exceptional f #L i I IMass Mexican now grown families to some in 52 12000 dioceses. President launched Gustavo In Februaryby Diu

Marian congress held 1 in. l'I1lUDELPIII.SC( ) natural beauty The complete Ordu of Mexico.
Santo Domingo, the Dominican More than camp is built so that everycabin
1000 delegates The pair has taken part In "The Church has always:
Republic. has a direct view of
from the United States and a number of International viewed with the highest approval >
Of the earthquale (March Canada are expected to be the lake. following dedication conferences on family life, Initiatives that aim at
28), he said reports to him in. present when Archbishop JohnJ For an Informative pamphlet and at the Christian family promoting culture and civil

dicsted the death toll would Krol of Philadelphia offers or for application con. Sacred Heart Church in Pinellaa school Archblahop Joseph P. Hurley movement assembly in Peru nation among the people suchas
run over 800 that "consider. a Pontifical Mass in Sts Peter tact Monsignor George W. last August they were named the one which has been
able" damage was done to and Paul cathedral here opening CummmRS: P.O. Box Ml, Park WM filled' for Mass following the presided at Father James F. Gloekler'aApril presidents of the Latin American undertaken In our country

churches and schools and the 41st annual Catholic Venice, Florida, before June 4 reremoniM the blena- secretariate of the CFM with the purpose of wiping,
marking Mass.
that many thousands of persons Library Association com'en- 1. Those writing after June 1 Accepting the appointment out illiteracy among is/1

mere homeless. Most tion on April 20. should address their letters to Ing of the new addition to the parish as an opportunity more than Cardinal Garlbl sail
persons died It El Cobre Monsignor George W. (im. an honor the Alvarez Jeans The Cardinal added that h.

where the quake burst a 230- Honors patron mine Good Counsel Camp said: wanted "to encourage and

foot high earthen dam and Floral City, Florida. "We hope( to become the bless the work of all those
RIO m: J\\tlRO: NC
unleased millions of tons of ( ) Named director voice of a common and contemporary who collaborate in this noble ,
An altar dedicated St. Sebastian of leisureMelodic
dirt and rock on the mining to Arts family -- not a undertaking"
Tillage.ORLANDO. has been blessed hereto NKWORK (NC-Ftthei) theological, or scientific i

commemorate the fourth John J, Landers, a Newer voice, which we are not but
centenary of the founding of 'S und of Music'pleases archdiocesan missioner, hiii the voice of a normal family, ORLANDO
the Portuguese settlement of
been named three
program like the millions of similar
St. Sebastian of Rio de WINTER PARK
tor for Catholic Relief\ Set families existing In the world
Janeiro. By Russell Shaw ilble not to be Impressed to seriousness and therein vices.National Catholic Wei and which are to be served by
WINTER PARKAQUINO'S Jaime Cardinal de Barros Now It has happened lies Its downfall The film's fare Conference in Honduras the Church."
Camara of Rio de Janeiro TilE first time I ever heard again. basic orientation Is that of tbo Father Landers of Rldfefield I YOU WILL LIKE
officiated at the ceremonies. "The Sound of Music"I >"'i adventure yarn and as Park New Jersey ,i Expressing the hope that I II
The event was one of a series made a resolution that this Despite a firm determine long as It sticks to this ap- qualified pilot has been III el t her American families our" ample ptrlunq space
to be held during this CIU 'a400U was one show I would never lion not to give the benefit of peach It Is pretty fair enter Honduras for two years at s Catholics and other ('hrlf I If our new" step
anniversary Sear The lee Hi blend of commercial.lam. any doubts to the erect ver. talnmunt But whatever It' missionary at the only parIsh Stall alike will write them te Why not visit; us fe
SERVING THE year officially: opened Jan. prefabricated charm abs ef "The Sound of Music," tries to say something pro in the country staffed b;, "trll II what they want us : Children'sClothes
FINEST ITALIAN FOODS uary 1 when Pope Paul \'I and sentimentality simply" I found the film( thoroughly found it simply falls on Its American diocesan Priests, te say In Rome en topics hat

DINNERS FROM moved a radio switch in sounded like more than I delightful in Improvement fare, In his new post he will supervise fleet family life" Line

4.30 '.M. to 11:00 '.M. Rome which Illuminated the could stomach. eves ever the stage production the distribution of food, They declared: .
: The title ef course la deeply ells ,.....,., .... 5A .,..
LOUNGE great monument of Christ the But resolutions to the contrary clothing and medicine to the "We believe that It Ii ur
Redeemer atop of Mt. Corco- not withstanding, I did the of this mlslrsdlng la tone at least needy' ,
By now plot
Orlando W.P.
2:0 A* the mevle hears about as
dominates the
vado which
eventually see a touring production musical
Hwy' 17-92 Ml 7-4500 vastly popular muck relatloa te Joseph (enstad's
city of the stage version scarcely needs detailed summarizing APRIL DIAMOND SALE
and almost against my will It concerns a postulant classic novel as It does" Sly It Whit Hewers'
"Innle the Pooh
enjoyed It. The sentimentality Maria, who la sent outof te, ray, COLLEGE PARK SAVINGS UP TO 1/4 AND MORE

and the calculated charm r her convent to act asgoverness Conrad's book Ii a convoluted

N were there all right, but they to the seven children brooding, painfully tiewsis flORIST sir .... BUY YOUR DIAMOND NOW AND SAVE
YlrA were handled so expertly- of an Austrian aristocrat serious meditation on a II. ....-... ..."1
by the Rodgers and Hammer Captain von Trapp variety of moral and psychological ....... aw e. e+.N OWNED ft OPERATED PHONE GA 2.Ml

stein songs, the Lindsay and whose wife Is dead Naturally anomalies Some critics

7707 MANDARIN DRIVE Crouse book and the per. they fall in love and marry who have been hard on PF. i SUS-'N NURSEY RRwtnEliRS
form.rt-that it was Impos- the film version here claimed
The principal menace Is
that the novel simply couldn't
1100.00 Der. provided by the mils this( isat
F.RA. RESALES the time of the Austrian be translated adequately into SON JEWELRY ft REPAIRS 14 North Orange Ave

FAIRVIEWCUincu anschluss in the 90's) Rut, screen terms Personally 1 ....- ... .......
Cntrl Florida I Only' It aided by the nuns at Maria don't think that this la so,. If e.q m..m. sad 'f.........
laundry former convent, the family but whether or not It II.ther. ,. ..... au. ........
HOMEOur sTi twitj
FAIRCHILD FUNERAL >.,....M. F..... fare escapes and sets off( for a new .', no doubt that themakers INCOME F

elm !I. to cent nue to sieve fimilitt of this area with the SfM. .. A. M...C"U'.I. MW4MI life outside Austria of this film simply
fininciel ... OrU.lWALTER At Maria, Julie Andrews werent operating on thesame
of the
Mme cars, courtay and cocudcrttion: regardless BILL BARDOEFORD
be better t wave length as Conrad
simply could not any TAX
circuimtifxtt II *. r>.Y' for many pen Irene .""eMire while Christopher Hummer Not that It makes much difference FACTORY DEALER

location Isle 'lv nho.. It madea ,
on Mrscra does nicely as the csptain > to the ( SAVI ON YOUR

L Frank Gardner LeRoy Hoequuf. Jr. fcVwtttr F. lr.y 43Nkler T. h. The children are all great deal of difference to NEW CAR DEAL *5 & UP
properly charming, and thesc.n.ry the book) but the story con
The' FlsMt U Heat W.aelee and settings are cerns an overly romantic IV ,u.JUJ '1I _
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For 41 Years K. OIUXCC A'0.Acre. beautiful As for the familiar young officer on a m'IThntIhlp W, Hy. 10 \ N""I -'h......L..NM

FIRST NATIONAL BANK r,.. II. Jtmt* mu.ir. It never soundedpleaianter. who commits an art of ..._ ..... Ffav1S I eanal...."..*.... 55 ,... 1". 5 r"awra5C rrflntlb

This is not e cowardice In a moment of M.mbw" .1YY4'!'J or 5.sv r, 5:Mt sew rn.a 'u fir e.
O I afterwardfeels
movie to be taken seriously, panic ever Ch.rU Sons (Ste
TRUST DEPARTMENT T.ltphoMI647-1ooo Furniture wpkolitreJ but as pure entertainment Its driven to seek both redemption Pariah ,_,

MtmU FDIC At Pr c.. YM C.n AHer grand (Legion of I>KfMY.AI" and self datruclbe Pert.n.l l S.nke I lit p.p.i", loch tee rdwn .cc".I.1y"

Fr*. EltimttM ". through feats of Improbable led .."""pltt.ly fee IndividuiTi; Farmers, Ptrtnrihip, Ca.pe.ann .
Aw*., Mobile Home, .u,'"..., Mod"niutiOft and PtfMAal Loans E I S REUPHOLSTERING heroism Eventually he finds Es t...S end T",.... Also, qualified t* r preM*(

Accounts 20111/g S. Ay. Another large expensive both hi a remote oriental goflEltearEeet lii .. Court,
Safe DtKt. Ioi.i/S.v>no.t Ateouf>H/O> tlg dI."" Ftdwel T
GA JoI7IGary's ) and essentially frivolous l backwater

movie Is Lord Jim"-but unfortunately Looked at simply as an adventure 6 J. F. CASALE Sr.
It has prele.iias monk, l-erd Jim"Is
Duck Inn good fun, though M does MORT WOLF REALTY BLDG.

IN ORLANDO SINCE 124 ..*. ve a".ut ,.. see Given for Chile na toe long and gels Ue far 444 W, COLONIAL DR.HOURSi .
rise, fetched.It OfIN s.N. PHONE 4H440I
f AM te f
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and .tlltf pnncip*! echanq.s' If" ... M K ,... die tonal Relief Catholic s.t\'ItH-W.tter.011' but two sell of pie. ON A SKIWIKI

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119000 'rrroprllII.
series ttrrmtrim office in &I" .... Clafe t. mystrrtotu Cast (Cambodia OverT 54..mhli1.SO.L.ros ."DESTINED TO BE ONE OF
..iti.. papese and Hong Kong). and a >. 0,." 'I "
aeries aaiPNSS, be used for home repairs and bravura by 5'.90' HITS EVER!
performance 6n. THE BIGGEST
CHICKEN la the earthquake ;
MARYLAND FRIED ILL Aids'* tcrriui construction prirf OToole. who bas traded .n"d "I '......1)
....".. r.... area ... .- Thi happy Rows h that Musk III
Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $1.00 "..eL itrrut. The relief anncy nwmtaiMd M his Wftoose for I seamans ...a.w,....,.5.re.. t....u.-w c-Gca.. .; a, bamtiful
.....cn. III* cap but otherwise' i 1- ..iw '. s5'." : term md ixparsnetl
Family BucUt O'Chlclen $3,95 by Uttted States Cain SCII, phyla g I-awreno o4) WSPMWD ,9 **< WUitJfW
brs prevtmutjr sent a WO Arabia ...."
Fish Dinner $1.00 BRADFORDSStationersllnc. shipment of Mantets to t.* The film Is at Its worst 'InM P *** J tdUnct hoods! i 9* .....

Shrimp Dinner $1.15 quake area near Santiago MIrtrJ
scenes in which OTonle :-0. lliltll
COMPLETE D1NNFR.S TO CONOW fUluig the only ....et made. ad otters maunder la ptatitudVs Spring: SpecialAir ,. ID!!
Its U I. stockpile of relief .
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LOCATIONS TO about c.war.d. n.1
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nn Fen Park TK SUM JIO materials .-. reepntteibtlrtv and' oilier Conditioner (1'' / j: fr"""SheetE"joymentr

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