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 16, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ST. AUGUSTINE-Two young men will be ordained '
Priesti here on April 25. The ceremony i 11 scheduled out Y' VOL \\\' No. 31 Orlando, Florida, Friday, "l'rll18. IOCS IOd

doors at 10 sun. at the Oldest Mission the Mission of

Nombre de Dios. Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley will be r

the ordaining prelate.

Ordination Is get for Florida-born William L. Stabler .
and Roland M. Julien, a native of New York state with joins

Canadian ancestry. The parent of the Reverend Mr.

Stahler reside In Sacred' Heart parish Green CoveSprings

: Reverend: !!r. Julian's parent are member ofSt
Paul pansn In DaytonaBeach
Jacksonville and with the ex r world-wide
ception of of in
Both of the seminarians are a couple yeas
when they were on a farm !inLawtey
completing studies in theology
Florida the Reverend
at St. Mary's Seminary in
Mr. Stahler's
Baltimore, Mao'land. They
school life at St.
was spent
also took philosophy together
Paul School. Jacksonville.
at St. Mary's on Paca Street.
After one year of high school Vocation Day

Green CoveThe at Bones Military Academy ..
he begin the studies that led

Stabler him to the Altar of Cod. -
family of Green
Core Springs moved to Florida Ills minor seminary studies ST. ArGl'STlThe: "World Day of Prayer tor Catholic will publish the
from the Middle West were punned at SU Charles Vocation.which Pope Paul VI has established to take schedule next week fur the

Mary Elizabeth LaFont of St Seminary la CstennlUe, place each year on Good Shepherd Sunday the second examination of prospective
Louts married Leo Lloyd Jlsrjland.Besides. after Elltt'r-wm be churned on May 2 In! all the par
Stahler, a native of
Sidney, work as a camp (abet of the Diocese of St. Augxmtine. The erdlnatlo of two seminarians
Ohio. Their son, who will be.
come' a Priest of the Diocese, counselor at Good Counsel Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, in a !letter thi week I I. M. Augustine enUw
was born In Daytona Beach Camp in the Diocese during to aU pastor, asked that family group* be Invited to Sunday, April 21, will

May 10, 1934. summers, the seminarian attend Mass and receive Holy Communion on May 2 for underline the forthcoming
World et let Va
Just before he was of whose family now lives in the intentions of the Holy ,. Dsy Prayer
school age they moved to the parish of the Sacred Father on vocation. i'rleathood and the duty 01 cations.
Heart> went with a class. Christ on the CrossIn Catholic families to supplythe It Is also pointed out that
mate to a Catholic mission in The purpose of this day of needs of God's altars since Our Blessed Lord established
Pledges top the jungles of Yucatan, Mexico thi Crucifixion GulJo Ren expresses cludtd: in the great art collection are pro>'er on Dist 2 Is to obtain Rmphatls will be placed on His Barred Priesthood

for a summer's work the suffering of Christ on the capita of work by Frs. Angelico Ml* vocations both for the Priesthood the exalted purpose of the on Holy Thursday this is an

Cross. The ropy of the painting !is one chelangeio, Raphael Leonardo Da and for the religious lift. priestly vocation and the high appropriate time 'to remind
school goalin From Daytona of those being circulated In the school Vinci and Botticelli. Its aim Is spiritual. qualities of character, devotion people of the Pope's plan to
It Is hoped by World Vocs- and Intelligence which it pray together for priestly vocations
the Diocese of InPIT
by SU Augustine, -
The Reverend Mr. Julien tlon Day to draw together all demands The Priesthood Is on May 3
Titusville was born in Ogdentburg. July -- members othe Church- dedicated
--- - an elite of God's grace The need of qUI iii, and excellence
22, 1938. the only son of Mr.( Priests, seminsriani, religious to the noblest of all in the candidates for
TITfSMLLE-St Teresa's and Mrs Clarence Michael Peace sought by world still and faithful-In a fervent callings, laid the Archbishop the Priesthood makes a deep
Julien. He has three sisters. crusade of prayer to ask God
new school addition, and par. Prospective candidates for impression upon youth It was
Uh debt reduction financial Up until the end of the to send Priests to meet the the diocesan Priesthood will noted These factor empha

need appeal has been success, third trade, the candidate for attain Church's needs In this regard be given an oral examination uses the hope of the Dloc,..
ful. Last Sunday pledget the diocesan Priesthood attended possible to Pope says the Archbishop's letter during the last week of April that the best young men of

reached IIM.3M: .SO. The (man.cial Sl Peter School inOgdensburg. this week said: and those who are accepted the parishes will be inspired
objective of the program 1'AT1CtCITI' (INC) -- Pope Paul VI told a huge present. A procession was "Our Diocese will ebsene will be assigned to seminaries to raise their! eyes to the
Father Palm Sunday crowd in St Peter' that >in formed in the chapel( and The norldaCOCOA Altar of Cod.
was 112,000. John B. The, frem Ihe forth aqusre peace the dsy with special<< prayer early in June
O'ltare reports through the ink trades he the world U not only an objectivs to be sought but one moved through the palace and and ceremony I I. conformity
down the staircase leading to
The parish visits were conducted was a student at St. rll'l possible to attain. wltk Ibe will ef ear lUly Father.

for the on major) Sunday advance, AprU gifts 4, School U DstUM Besrh.tjradiallag Declaring that "present condition make us doubtful St Preceding Peter's basilica.the papal court' ," Tour of Cape ready
with the
and the completion phase on blgksetae and almoftt make us lose hope that men an capable of at. were more than 1000 Roman Pastors were asked to Invite I
( class el
Sunday 1L 1IU. taming) pates," he said that the feast of Palm Bunds T boys carrying palms. The parents and children to attend"iielf'Masfin
April lie also took up radio and restore thi b Over III me* lelunteere electronics during the grades M blessed' mounds. ef plai'k bin ef Italian Catholic At and to receive' Holy Communion

le w.rk ea the program and 10.12< at the Mary Karl Vocational "taste II not. only a duty palms prepared b1 Camlldol- tier, medical students' from together. The Priests were RP.ACIGpe In the Diocese of St. Au
attested worker'sBe It i. poauWe
School which Is now tat tlolal.rM Aunt and then the Catholic University of exhorted to preach special
.edlctloe at UiU It Christ I. acceptfd by II' if guiUnr. Sine February
m hf'ft-
I Kennedy U (located
part ef the Dayton Beach the.Indistributed the palms to those PEACE:, bark pet sermons on the pastoral .
Ssndsy April 4. before cola 11.11 Gospel 1 becomes 20 1M2 when Colonel
art e* tkelr ttails. Junior College. spiting charter, 01civlui.. v u r 'll l r: .... w.!< r .'VI". Ai" r. 1 John H. Glenn Jr, was

Ids minor semlnsry work Uon and of iris" TM'r '. 5 t H i launched into orbit of the
Father Ollare, pastor, was undertaken St. Thomas ; ...
Pope Paul sportrom his Sr ....
thanked all who helped the Seminary in Bloomfield. Con- earth from Cape
appeal go "over the top." nectKut window at noon on Palm Sunday ......? the Cape has been the hub
The final of the to more than SO.000 persons Iee I
meeting of United State roU-
Notre Dame war the name itce
campaign took place lastbtonday of the native, parishes of both the. His U hours talk was of ceremonies the climaxof >ac Llillr ..,.A II site launching. No unauthorized
with the
members evening of the executive parents of the Reverend MrJulien hkh began at midnight vehicle 1 II si-
but his father was lowed the during
chairmen's committee' in thor when 3000 Italian university on Cape
<<"tory. bora in Ogdensburg's Notre Itudtnton their -a>" to relglous > the week,
Dame parish and fell mother
services m Sleaa gathered
Tom O'ConneD, campaign<< whose maiden Germs All the more reason why
name was
below his window The
director, outlined the follow.
delegate will want to
me Mary Hoy. u. born every
loud applause of the students
up program and the plans fur In Hull province' of Quebec. brought the Pope to his wls attend the Catholla wom

m.IK.13: : page ill (Canada Both now live In St duw As .he appeared they began t en's convention here, May
Paul parish where Mr Julien reciting the Creed After 1 35;

To tornado area operates" a watch and clock reciting the prayer with. them On Monday, bray 1, all the

VATICAN CITY (:'oC'- repair business. he gave them" kit blessing women of the Dioreie of St.
Pope Paul VI has expressed One daughter Mist Claire sod remained there for some Augustine the DCCW' con
his deep sorrow for the losses kola Jalien Urn at Home minutes. acknowledging the ventionwill be the guests of
caused by the Palm Sunday and attends the local' J jwifercollege cbeeri of the visitors, sr the National Aeronautics and
tornadoes and by floods In the The others are. Mrs.
Administration fur a
AI .1.! e'rUrk. th'* Matrooralag
I'mted States M d eit In a Paul Desrochers sAnther / Y guided bus lour of Cape Kennedy
Paul toIke /v
Pp, went y 1
table sent to ArchbUhopFgidio age Alaska, and Mrs. Raymond r ; '
MdlM (( ( where n
silt t
Vagnoui, apostolic Csnt of South Daytona, I
CaHinals and members etkls N.\.1 l'i twirl will tiara theheadqiartert
delegate la Washington he Relatives are coming" frem
Masehchl( availed tint .,
the couleeIke -
also promised 6a: prayers far Canada for the ortfmaUonceremony
!!.., Karnsds Ian In Canoe
Victims and .un. IIf" la St Aul\\ ttM. Wearing a rape and miter
in JacksonvilleFather R*.rk. al 1 p m. fe the tout
A'first' at Most
/ "" lkr* gh the fas..

John U. VtcCall presented I Hurley, on Nan :31, There were In the M, <*t Holy Redeemer Chunh: ralh.r James Y, IlerUhy/ of

J Jt 100 of his perishlrmen to be con. 7* children and 22 adults in the of Jacksonville since It opened last the' Church of Our Saviour,
t'wea llearh, and Mrs. Arthur .
firmed by Archbiahop Joseph r. tint Confirmation ceremony held August. T. Knyder, convention

l .... ..
t -- --- --r- -- rhairmasj and a porl.hllHlfor
r{ I of Kather HerUhy's. have sent
1 l lX grieved out an Invitation in spars
"LenlUl,'" frem CeeeaB
.a<'n. which reads hi pert

X 1 1. riA i 1p t d Church in America mourns Cardinal Meyer St Countdawsj Augustine. 10 Diocese all women of

,1 1 1N r Jam, USM Counlas of Milwaukee., during that tlm to pay their Only days remain until
OIlC.U O (NO) -- pn.Ufkal cf ti>e Requiem was Utolf There will tw no hold

P. 'quietn USM f<* AuxlUry lH hop Cletu V Among the dlgnltsrie\ In lad resNrrliiKtrlal'| west In ft!. Mary of period er scrubbing of tile

., ;,, Chlesge's ARt rt Cardinal DoflwU of Chksge. vicar the cathedral tor the fu- JIOIKMU, k.rk Ml TUl'R, tag sU
turn( was Arthbiah Joseph
Meyer. C2. was otb'red general' of the arcfcdtoees, p
P. Hurley, Ilisriop of
r April U !In Holy Name The evlofy was delhered St. AugTwtin,

S ., cathedral hen. Celebrant by Ardti4wj WsWem K. iHskop U'IbnaeUJ, .ai Officers from Germany

ekrtM te the port ef admMMtstor I

1I boats lead off lot the CMrsgo sresvdwre visit Nombro do Dios
4 Shrimp Me/ Itlll serve iwtdPepe

"Ill1, games a sowCuiaaal NT. AMilHfl! >r; Th'foujvde.1 'i nation's obiest mission

craft at pier blessing s.t",! W OIl by a mUrtsry officer,, was visited Saturday April

April t, M rest alter nf. 10. by tp ranksig o/fkers re teinUng| one of the world'smanerreres

KT. Alf.1>mr An Otd World memory, the per l Inca reef M UM Watt. newest notary f.eeee.W at Tamp fclandns -

a.w ., bV..*>C of th* ft il ttC "**. W" S".rjUM.*d to tie nldnt Pneoul III 1M taste rb.aOaatlt O.w,f i W UM. TrrrttofUl |. !, near Marke" .
*Z. fM.oe CMSinUMil fcftt
city M it* H, ui..J "M. ,es MS littday. Ak-ril 11, with sitbe nit.ww rtes#. lad birrrrgarr w.n Mrirp all, >e t..1 NepuMk .t w... lleary Rrcmlrtkl" ef the

sMtHMUjr set pf..., K ever rojsjyed" in Ue fwM W4CpvrtMui. Yae.., tile ru0ro+/'. 0.-1" Waved fay Miaaa stall .t the tll.l..ai kl SombreIHM .
y ri tat paves ofI dro seertUryClMcafe II MMfcre U PtM wita Ma) rGeswral <. e. 4>wU tr. Ut tip vvrear telM red pturfed We Hear ? IkMilU,, / .114
Blessing of fleet I way, he M Mgaarfyterrwy .1Iff a laadnd sesrtl ss kt Iii CeaM nlllllII..4tag ultoer ul liten oar lit ike irtat Cr*.s, IkeWive
dip airing
WI' artnrfe .. .
MepMsb IYstaarMet st's isVaik. Cae.Mse4 w.,,,f's PMrMr NItilrMI nurd burrs, the rebuild-
IrWtrMitt. rU si any 64 ...... tf
....., T i i I' ate .. .
Gtlsrru of St. A wnrwe+ I 1! t'1 o ru pastor tM hats Uf t M stole M IK* e.4l* Wett OrmM eHtrers lug lile Blkedrl f St.
.''\ Palm 8ur-la\ I '. r '-m''''.'' ,,f Rf Au-- ,' i't* ..Mtr* JIfIft'c. ikesrMg. 4111 tat IMN d.. C b.r..tfl tM malt try biur tfurwg ",belt Arpallaa red NMt. ImprevtIpers ,"
W.rf to\ reJohn
,'alM! the Mrwrv ttv" fV AT t >ets ami ull' d <<<; 'U r'Xe tusi for pw.f. ,aMr ts* pwr f "I' .nrfk .. TW fslM >.*4ty err*- ras.// Tktti-in'" p.. !.<. A*, %,i-il li| this t.....,,r cttyTh wkleb. will f rs rr

Data fUNd the Et Augustine Yacht the teuann aai belt l.&/L. IyTa lled .Seta w kogr r i tsaA1311' WATJ, Lrl ,.,. fleas *4 .a<*4 el Ue ,vam *; ie ..tch 4 ss+btary tIU.W, leek pagt

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Two The Florida Catholic FrU

Florida Reports Boy Scout awardST. -- Sf. Petersburg girl

Ocala Jacksonville TallahasseeBLESSED Scout Troop 202 of Blessed wins scholarship

BLESSED TRINITY SACRAMENTThe Trinity Church, spoowred by
BLESSED TRINITYMrs. now Sunday Mass the Blessed Trinity Men's ST. PETERSBl'RG-Prll.
Forty Hours Devotions will Nick S. Giannone will schedule for Blessed Sacra. Club, was awarded a certificate cilia E. Peterson of Notre
open in Blessed Trinity par. be installed as president of ment Church is 6, 7, 836,16: for "outstanding contribution Academy here Is
i !H on May and will continue Blessed Trinity Guild at 7 to the cause of Cath Dame one
11, and 12 noon.
through May 11. Devotions April 20 at the Thunderbird of 21 students of Catholic
p.m., The Women's Guild; of olic Action, by devotion, con
will be held each evening at banquet room. Blessed Sacrament parish viction, contribution and per high schools picked from 96
8 p.m. and the sermons will Other officers to be installed held meeting, Tuesday sonal example" together with entrants at a scholarship
be preached by Father Ray. by Father Eugene Kohls will ( at which the following r I the Jubilee medal of the Orderof winner In a national programto
ner O.F M from St. Francis be Mrs, Robert Machart first April slate of officers was presented II t a St. Benedict given by Father assist outstanding Neareituden" >>

Shrine Boston. \icepresidcnt; Mrs. Alfred. and duly elected; Mrs. Edward R. Martmeau attend college.:

DunedinOUR McLeod. second vlci president John I osford( president; Mrs, O.S.B., pastor of St. Anthony's John M. Stalnaker presIdent .
; Mrs Donald DePianta, John Rooks, vice.president; Church, Brooksville. of the National Merit
LADY OF LOURDESThe secretary; and Mrs. Joseph announced the
Mrs. C, J. Williams, secretary. The award was presentedto
women of Our Lady of Meyer, treasurer. winners of a nationwide com.
; Mrs. Stirling Bryant, the scoutmaster, George
Lourdes Rosary Society elect. Leo Vinson, outgoing
Mrs. .
assistant petition.All
T. Mason, and< the
corresponding secretary;
ed for tho
officers following and Mrs. Giannoni Ill
Mrs. Leslie lladi, treasurer scoutmaster, Clyde B. London
; been
year. Father William W. Du- will be delegates to the DCCW bate gives ton*
Bole pastor installed these convention in Cocoa Beach, and Mrs. Stanley Periypolskl on March 2s when Troop year scholarships te the roU
202 attended Mass at St. An.thony'
parliamentarian.The ef their choice, with
women: Mrs. P. J. McNeil May 35. leges
president, Mrs. A. 11. Tucker, installation dinner will during a weekend stipends laced en each Ita.denr. .
ASSUMPTIONThe be May 11 at 8 p.m. at the camping trip. financial aced
vice-president; Miss Arlene
Deylinp, secretary; Mrs.W installation luncheon of Holiday Inn. Cost of the dinner Set 'A Night to Remember' in TampaJesuit Father Edward: said he was
J. Kemp, treasurer and Assumption parish Guild will will be $2.50. Reservations honoring the Troop becauseof The Ford Foundation Is
Mrs. A. A. Chapman parlia; be held at 12.30: p.m. Wednesday are to be made with High School of Tampa Pad Fred Fox Father Charles J Laahley, their continuous attendanceat underwriting most of the
mentarian. April 21, in the Roosevelt Mn. Hunt Wester, 877117, Club committee plans the annual Ed Nadine Dr, B. Moreno and Peter Mass and Holy Communion scholarships, but businessand
Hotel. Newly elected officersare Mrs. Syde Deeb will be the event "A. Night to Remember," on Viviano, Travel Italy la the theme of during their many years of industrial concerns alto
: Mrs. C C. Lewis Jr., installing officer April 24 in the new Curtis liixnn! Hall the annual dinner dance. Proceed. will camping in the BrooKsville are helping pay the cost of

St. Petersburg president;; Mrs. Edward. J, lake Wales from 5:30: p.m. until 1 a.m. On the go toward the athletic track and band area. Father Louis J. Benti.. the program.
Tow tint vice president) vogue of Blessed Trinity added
ey committee are, from left Sam Lalimer,
Mrs. William 11. Maloney his congratulations to the Bible mission
Mrs. The members of the Club this wonderful
second viceprendent Troop on
of Catholic Women BOMB: (:NCThe)>> diocese
Edmond L. O'Neill secretary spent St. Petersburg Beech Tampa lation dinner at Jack r'lynn's achievement.
April 6 as day of recollection of Home is ending a seven-
; and Mrs. William J. ST. JOHNSt. CHRIST THE ICING bleak House, The officers
LENTEN liarrett, treasurer, at Holy Spirit Church. John's Ladies Auxiliarywill A day of recollection was were elected as follows; )Irs. To relief posts !month Bible mission during
Arthur L. which hundreds of Bibles
MEALSCALL Installing officer la Mrs, Father Dunnigan install new officer! for held on Thursday, April I at J. Burgess president; Mrs.
Past spoke to the women and celebrated the II. Campion vice president; tV'OR (:NO-A) for 'were distributed at parishes,
Joseph A. Morrow. presidents coming year on April 22 Christ;: the King Church sponsored
Mass. Mrs W. fiumter secretary; mer Peace Corpsman and anexnewsman 1 hospitals, hotels, prisons and
FOR of the/ Guild will be at a luncheon It the Desert by the women of the
Officers elected for the new Mrs C. Lopez treasurer. were named to i other places
guests of honor. Co-chairmen Ranch at noon. Mra. Robert Guild and the Catholic Worn.
are Mrs. Walter Moore and year are Mrs. Harold Rogers, Bosco Is chairman.The en'i Club, The retreat was Mn. J, Fairfield was electedas foreign supervisory potts with parish Priests are conductIng
HOOD'STasfeSweot Mrs. E. Norman Richards. president: Mrs. David Lip- following", women were conducted< by Father LarlonJ one of the six women to Catholic/ Relief Services-National ] services and giving sermons .
They will be assisted by Mrs. plait \ice-prwident; Mrs, elected for the coming yean Elliot: S J. The retreat was serve on the Diocesan Board. Catholic Welfare Con ] on the Scriptures. Nunsof
Albert D. Higgini and Mra. Carl Heath, treasurer Mrs, Mrs. Albert J, Pltye Jr., president started with Mass and closed Guest speaker was Father Terence < the Daughters of St. Paul
Thomas Doyle, reservations; Frank Owent. recording\ sec ; Mrs. Irene Cascke with Benediction of the Most John X. Llnnehan of Most William J. Fitzpatrick of 1 have been distributing the
Mrs. William Evans, decorations retary: and< Mrs. A. C. Far'low first vice-president; Mrs. Eu Blessed Sacrament The many Holy Redeemer Tampa. Hartford, who served with the 1 Bibles as part of a campaign
COTTAGE ; and Mrs, Vincent AVra, corresponding secretary gene Valentine second vice- women who attended were MOST HOLY NAME Peace Corps in Peru from 1 to have a "Bible in every
CHEESE shrine Daytona Beach president Mrs. C. II. Breck. most inspired by Father El. The Parent.Teacher Club of 1962 until 1K4, was named I Ita family.
ST. PAULSt. enridge, recording secretary; liot's sermons. Host Holy Name School will the Malice City office of ,
Sarasota Paul Home and School! Miss Lorm Ekern!: corresponding The next function of the sponsor a fish dinner on Friday the Catholic relief agency St.
$T, MARTHAThe Association will hold their annual secretary; and ),Ir'. Guild will be the annual installation April 23, from I p.m. toe J. Earth I Healey of this city Petersburg
. u women of St. Man spring dance Saturday Reginald Horseman, treas luncheon which will p.m. at the school auditorium was assigned te the agency's .
tha's Guild; will hold a lunch April 24, from 1:30: p.m. to urer. be held at the Talma Ccja 2316 East Broadway. East Pakistan office. An
JJ11'r" eon card party, Wednesday 130; a.m. at IBE.W. Hall Serving on the executive Golf and Country Club on Come, bring your family and alumnus of Holy Cross College .
...,. 1 't AprU 21.Juncheon. 211 North Rldgewood Avenue board will be Mrs. William April 37 Mrs. George Sierrais friends. Proceeds will go for he Is a former member
fi will be served at Daytona Beach. Joe Pace's Sievers, Mrs. Robert Yates chairman. school repairs. Tickets are of the New York Times staff 1 .141
noon at the Knights of Colum. orchestra will provide the mu Mrs. Henry Larrlson Mrs. BUSSED SACRAMENT 7$ cents for adults and W
bus hall 18th Street. Mrs. sic. Donation is three dollars Paul Resop and Mrs. Don blessed Sacrament parish cents for children.
is chairman. Gordon. Women's Guild held its Instal. DANIEL T. WINTER t CO.Hllltil.f. .
Louise Brown per couple .. .._ ._. _...u.___..___ __ __--- .Shtoll..J.
St. Petersburg ]
/ :
The Martin de Fonts Guild 4eJ F/.rid./ Theetve 114,. !f.
SRlaell of St. Petersburg will !hold a St. Pittnburg

t6 !.eE tklf6fr KELLYTIRE \\\li2\ card Catholic party Daughters on April of 21 Amir-in the Phon. 142-0311 4i411th; Street, Nertfc .

lea Hall at 1 p.m. in aid of
P,, the Immaculate Conception

r SERVICE pariah. Far CatfwCce Of tissues c...,,

Churned fresh CDA
The Catholic Daughters of Calvary Cemetery
Blvd. N.
flavor with full family 3601 Tyrone ,4t America Court Sancta Marie,

taste app il! Healthful, Pfiane.342-8161 I h ,; : 952 will celebrate the 40U) anniversary b4.w" Care

too, 'ciuse Ira high ..I of their founding on
April 2) at 2 p m. at the CPA V. s. If at nth Jt. Ne.Offee Flrene 116-4111
In vitamins end
Hall, 343 Sth Aveaue South. Open. 14 PR Dar ft ,M r.... MON senJ.y
proteins. Perfect for There will be a reception of

Lent's mealiest meats., new members and honoringall
past grand regents.

1k"sip r ;a, {/ ST. RAPHAELOn
f BOM for sums delivery,, .
_'iS3 .. March II, the new officers .
5t )HE I 52111
of Uie St. Raphael Guild
Clearwater 446918) Vocation panel at St. Andrew'sMill were installed. The aw offs? 4%

Tampa 57613:5 cars are: Major Mary Etta '
Bra enton 7430171 ; Jtclie CUrs end MMDniie .44r."I. e penal last will at the Inquiry We the pep| end O'Brien, president; Mrs. Fat-
Ceuture ere pictured St, Andrew perish" I* Orlentf1/ Jianity eHichM te the merriMi rick Macri. vice president; NEW
t ttfCrlablv. The states .f life fIr wcmwvire the nliflw life, end the Mrs WilLiam O'Damel, treasurer k

': Ipparet, t7nt. discussed by, franc the eis9b life s.'"". Mrs. George ScblldVnccht CAR LOANS
ALPINEThe lift, Sister i M. JicaueliM. Sitter
,. all sew,. Nuritaj Hem M. Casks end Sister M. AN.,.. LorettoST. : and corresponding: Mrs. Richard aecre.lazy $400 per $100 I per yeas

277 Central! Ave, far the front ,In. Huraist lint, ill Sisters ef the Presley JOSEPHThe Frank recording secretary. THE NATIONAL BANKOF
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Florida CathoDe Friday, April 16, 1965

Thoughts on theology flJll'/ff/'/ / elects West Coast deanery DCCW slate

I Do they see hard hearts? .

ST. PETF.RSRE'RG-Mrs: George' Sierra of Christ

By Father Mlron ent cultures and different I the King pariah Tampa who has been active In Councilof I

IF we tell the people of our ages and tbs Church must Catholic Women programs on deanery and diocesan

age that we are in a sanctified c present the Gospel U mea la boards since 1940, was elected the president of the West

holy Church, that we the Father terms which are near and I Ir Coast Deanery at the recent
members of that Church constantly ,
familiar to them meeting: held In San An
effect victory over sin :2' henry 3.

through the grace and sacra !\Ilroatbliis God the Lord of History tonio Florida.

ments of Jesus Christ givento makes new demands on the 4tT. In reporting the West Coast Mrs
us and fully administeredin Church in every century and r deanery meeting this week'

this the one Church, the the Church must respond to Mrs. Frederick 11.! Schmidt of George y

people of our age will laughat them in new ways precisely 11i + St Petersburg, the outgoing Sierra
us. They will be our Judges a source of consolation because these problems president, said that an attendance .

they will and do say: "We It means also !becoming>> more are new. Did 13th century record was set at the tl

know you much better; we aware of our shortcomings theologians debate the i mf'f'ting'hlrh' took place on

know your faults, your blind. and this is a source of repentance morality of the nuclear war; March 25. There were 423

ness; forever failing to see reform and hope. did fourth century Bishops persons present mostly wom- Mrs. Robert Yates St. John
yourselves, we see you and write about artificial contra
en of the affiliations
Reform and this Is Beach
hope St Petersburg
hardness parish. ;
of hearts.
jour ception and a population explosion
In order the second point of Eccleslam Mrs. Sierra, the newly Mrs Horace Fletsher St
to be
realistic ; did 16th century .
Suam, Pope Paul's encyclical. elected president of the deanery Judo parish, St. Petersburg;
must .
not listen to the .
we mys apologists deal with the descendant
..' Is member of Christ the
We discover what we a and Mrs. Dolores Fairfield
tery of the Church as it is of the original
Guild In and the
should be like and King Tampa Blessed Sacrament parish
proclaimed and as She describes compareit Protestant reformers did I
; festival Catholic Woman's Club
JacksonvilleApril of
with what we are like, with Spring planned, Tampa.
Herself;: we art indeed European theologians of the
full vision and honest insight Ilillsborough: County. She has Father Arthur L. Dunnlgan
the people of God but The Christian response to 18th century face resolutely 21 will are the annual spring Sweeney, Mrs Earl Bauer Mrs Richard been on the deanery or the of Holy Spirit parish In Lake
we are also pilgrims; ever the problem of non European
journeying towards holiness. such a comparison must be missions and religions festival in full swing at Sacred Heart Lane Mrs. Charles Raymond; diocesan board for the past Wales the spiritual directorof
(indeed can only bet) conversion Jacksonville 23 years This Is her first the deanery celebrated the
we are never satisfied with 20th parish Preparations are front, Mrs. Walter Dudzik, Mrs. Ray
These are peculiar century term
the apparent possession of it; life! and renewal of our problems which cry out being made by from the left, back Barbe Mrs. Carl Schumacher (general' as deanery president. Church deanery Father Mats In Ernest St. Anthony Schultz

we are indeed the bride of for the beginnings of some In. row, Mrs. Arthur Richmond, Mrs. An- chairman), Father T. Leo Danaher Other officers elected" at
Christ, but ever needing redemption The Pope states that It is Mrs the San Antonio meeting Include O.S B. w as the host pastor
vestigation at least.It thony Duncsvage, James Manley, Mrs. Eugene Murphy and Joseph At the business meeting
; we are indeed the of the very essence of the :Mrs, (harlene Cunningham <<
Mrs. Robert Head Mrs.
that the Lord David I LaSota.
Is true the delegates were welcomedby
Church that she reach out in
body of Christ, but ever to of St. Petersburgke'
be forced to die again and response to the Gospel of speaks and acts in His praldnlIrs.: Walter Friesof Mrs. Dan Reynolds, president
Church; it is true that the of the St. Anthony Catholic
again to sin, and to rise in anew Christ, and renew herself. GainesvilleST. St. Ieleriburg. truul'frllIrs. !
Lord guarantees protectionto Jacksonville Woman's Club.
life. "Repent' the kingdom of God NewspaperSl'IU.Nr.UKU Ernest: ( turn-It of
His Church so that it cannot Abbot Marlon Bowman.
We, the Church are sinners Is at hand" was not only the PATRICK SACRED HEART Tampa corresponding secretary
!: : (jC-Th.: )
in proclaiming the 10
err 0 S11. of St. Abbey spokeon
cry of John the Baptist but Groundbreaking for the new and :Mrs. Itlchard J.
redeemed yes, but The spring festival will\ beheld j
fullness of the message of Mirror weekly newspaper of the missionaries he has
still sinners. more the importantly demand of was Christ the Christ, it Is true that the St. Patrick provisional Church the Springfield-Cape Girandesu at Sacred Heart parishon Sullivan of' Brandon recordIng working In Argentina and
It hard cry, secretary.West .
Catholics seems so for us as (Mt. S, 17.) faith In and from Christ Isirreformable took place recently Christine diocese was to begin April! 24. A spaghetti dinner asked prayers for the succtsf
acknowledge our -but. it is likewise Nadesu and Timothy Tucker publication April U with will be served In conjunction Coast affiliations will of their labors
own shortcomings; to recog- It Is a demand made In true that Christ speaks ninth grade students of St. Robert G. Lee ss managing with the festival. Tickets be represented on the DCCW The abbey grounds were

nizs that we are men not every age. Ws are not saved and acts through signs and Patrick School representingall editor Mr Lee was formerly will be one dollar for adults board by Mrs Schmidt the open for Inspection during

angels; to accept that we.Cod's by the past words of Christ; words which are administered of the school children editorial manager and and 65 cents for children un outgoing deanery president the deanery meeting held at

people, need correction rather we are saved by and put forward by broke ground Representingthe sales director for the Queen's der 12. Donation at the festival and the following, who were the McDonald Center at St.

and a long hard look at our. bringing the past to bear men. people of the parish were Work, Catholic publishing will be one dollar and elected at San Antonio this Leo.
the moment of
selves. upon unique It Is likewise true that men Dr Robert Giudice and Asa house In St. Louis. everyone Is welcome spring:
our day. "Now is the time ofrf'nf''a1. ,. Father Timothy J. Atlmanf
Self-awareness means then can grow and deepen their Cox, cochairmen of the buildIng r: w tIT 1.' I"'V- .
repentance reform; Si. Petersburg spoke on
becoming more conscious of now is the instant of change understanding of the sweet committee Frank I'ac. r ..,, ,: 'f I the Second General: Councilof

God's action la our midst, and of heart, mind and person." message of salvation; It Is president of the Holy Name t. '. '" the Vatican lie. eeteredl
likewise true that men can Society, and Sirs Margaret t
the! decree on ecumenism the
We need not fear that this
Hrennan of the St.
find better ways of expressing president I
work tt the late John
JACKSONVILLERELIGIOUS will present an unfavorable Pope
Patrick Woman's also .
the deeper reality of Club
outside If8 ; .' and the continuation ef theCouncil
picture to men the
Christ to other men In terms took part in the ceremonies f8 'i
under Paul \I.
Church; on the contrary by and signs which are better The parish also honoredthe ,t. "" ',. : Pope
herself! the Church
reforming ;
understood.Is older residents of the par- After the meeting the
reveals what she !Is like, viz,
Ish for aU of their work and tragic automobile accident
a people seeking to pleasethe this lot what has occurred
R support over the years. Mrs. which took the lives of two
r1'iCCK Lord. eves slightly, la the /
< << Caroline Palmer who is the 'lie and Injured three other worn
This constant need for reform reform of the liturgy llste oldest resident was present en from St. Petersburg cast
In the Church Is not you not seMed e\es lhi re
when the cornerstone of the a pall of sadness upon the
simply due to the fact that w e sewed Interest In the Mais, present St Patrick Church membership of the Council

are sinners and hence fail, the deeper .uull.... the was laid In 1887. Also I 4 1w.a Mrs. Schmidt said.
MIAMIi. naaue personally and corporately closer understanding. the better
honored will be Mrs. May
STIAKSF4 to live up to the Ideal of the participation at church la Cot, Mr. and Mrs Frank Kachin ordained
tt W/.. H. TW4..4 the liturgy today? Did
Gospel of Christ It Is mainly you .
M. b.1.1 HeiUman, Mr and Mrs. Ed IIIIVMO (j\C! ) Bishops
due to the historical vocation have this s )tsr age? sic..
Shea Mrs. F W. Douglas, .... from every diocese la Burma
of the Church. Mrs. Verna Little .......... gathered here for the ordination
Tope Paul warns us of Soitt 1 .<.''It
BOOK We live la IIblo".. We, the wrong notions of reform. Reform Faustlnl, Mrs May Greer ... ______ of Father Paul Zlnghtur

(Church pass through differ- is not something super Music was provided by the ,. Grunt, first member of the
ficlaL Nor does it break with St Patrick school children Kachin prop!. to "M raised to

.*rhi Instill50111111* tli. jMk..*tin. saw INCOME TAX the divine unchangeable tradition under the direction of Sister St. Patrick Church Gainesville the Prltnthood The Karhlni

Knot UIM11 EMPIRE ACCOUNTING of the pest of the Stanislaus Marie 5.53.Subscribe are a hill tribe ef northern

CUII'I-AII' Mtu11sT SERVICES Church. It Is not to be St Patrick Church Is now under con- rlsty, a work sacristy storage faclllatructlon Burma

.........TIC....Silo S ..CltlC'-..., 72I-OU1 equated with a purely organizational ,nuuuu"1 In Gainesville The building ties mechanical and electrical equip Father Grawng celebratedMs
... .. ...... .._ change. first hiss ( 2111)
r .5 T
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is designed to seat 530 >eopleIncluded room.
In. ......... a... now | using the Kachin vernacular
7:1-065 Reform la the Church Is a in the structure will be a Priest's saois the pastor which was Introduced Into the
spiritual activity, a conversion \nnnnu nu\\\-"
liturgy on March 7,
which espressos itself!
It's our Pleasure in new forms But the Pope

makes It quite clear la the T
to serve you .
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The Life of Our Lord God world

Catholic CommentChurch

Son told how parents Happy life after death is promiseA

has the answer sorrowed at His loss certain gentleman with or at least we are afraid of

the physical pain which so
f\NLY twice in the Gospels whom I am acquainteddoes often pVecedes death. This

A LTHOUGH our fears are often hood that Christ continues to spread there an episode In not believe in a life after fear is so deep and elementalthat
enmeshedin which Our Lady speaks to her death. He believes that when Father not many of us can hcpeto
global In nature, our world of joy and happiness in a world
Son and He replies After this a we die, we die like any other I overcome it entirely
crosses and heartache is a small one. conflict and misery; the world wants first one in the Temple when animal completely.One Leo J. However the fearsomeness

Comparatively .speaking know very happiness, the individual wants happiness Jesus was twelve, we must Freak J. r, might expect this man Truehow of death decreases in direct

few of the children of Adam and Eve. ; the Priest has the formula for watt almost tw.ntY1earl for to be of a gloomy disposition proportion to our awareness of

Few of these really affect our lives. this happiness. the second,, at the wedding Sheedas convinced as he is that death the delirious Joy that lies beyond

Not many are vitally interested in our The greatest fear In our lives Is feast of Cana. will mean a return to nothingness death and our comic-

happiness.The death. The Priest has the formula for On both occasions, the an absolute and permanent bon that heaven (assuming:

announcement of the ordination eternal life. By the same token it is Mother speaks once, the Son blackout Either that ordinary good will) is ours
speaks once. And that is the or we might expect him to bea
of should make hearts the charity of Christ that can for sure Perhaps our strange
a Priest our only ,
hedonist anticipated
whole of the reported conversitlon complete trying to an apathy in the face of the
with A Priest is this world from destruction. In Latin-namely that the week at happines
jump joy one person rescue between them. We cannot wring" from life every possible perhaps a party next that await us, is due
whose entire life is given over to the We all need the comfort which God afford to rush past either. first personal pronoun should pleasure before the end which we are to be the guest to an inadequate understand.

happiness of others His Priesthood alone can give, yet we cannot see God; Let us pause upon the first come first comes. of honor, can buoy us up and ing of heaven.

will touch the lives of thousands ; his we do hear God forgive us and console His Mother said to Him: One would" expect her to" However the man is make the intervening days. It may be that we have not

formula for happiness will live hundreds us through the lips of the Priest. The "Son why hast thou done so to have said 1 and thy father. neither morbid nor a sensualist. rosy. Then surely the prospect brought the concept of

from going over the brink of Priesthood on the other hand is a reminder us? Behold. Thy father and I Any schoolmaster have who been had He Is a quite normal sort of heaven, a bliss so tremendous heaven-which is to see and
despair. Countless families will claim of the care and solicitude that have sought thee sorrowing." beard her of person-a good husband and so lasting to possess God and to be possessed
shocked at so glaring a In us a gaiety
father and citizen. He has a should create
him for their own. the Creator has for mankind. What would the dally life breach of grammatical con pleasant disposition and a of heart that no evil of this by Him sufficiently

The ordination of a Priest should There Is no computer that can giveus have bees la a family where rectness. But apparently no good sense of humor. life can extinguish. Unfortunately down to of our the own Beatific level. The

add a little happiness to every man's and the world a formula for peace the child was divine\ and the rule of grammar could bring this U not generally thought Visionis

life; for Christ once again comes into and happiness, but through ordination parents knew It? her to put herself before hercarpenter No one eoild suspect, from so. too foreign and to too our austere presentexperience

the world to announce the good newt, one comes to us who hu this formula As we have seen Mary and husband. is observing entirely him lacking, that la this religious mall Perhaps we are doubtful as get really excited about to

the Gospel It is through the Priest for the individual as well as the world. Joseph Adored the divinity The Boy answered hen faith. to whether heaven does lie in

but they had to bring up the our own particular future. What we must bring home
child. Normally the relationwas "How is it that you sought Actually his outward normality But how can we doubt when to ourselves is that our hap-

Sacred Scripture that of an obedient child: me? Did you not know that I is not exceptional. Jesus Christ has put this pinch In heaven will be according

I with loving parents. But did must be about my Father's There are many people who ecstatic and eternal life to our human nature
business?" I have given the if within the reach of all of us?
He, we wonder Just occ..on.lly they are not outright disbelievers It will be a supernatural

Psalmist prays for shield from sin act according to His last four in the words Douay as they version appear at least have no When Jesus rose from the happiness yes; a happiness

divinity, by which He was positive religious convictions dead we all rose from the which we could not absorb if
their Cod, not His humanity The Greek could just as well and no solid expectation of a dead. When Jesus entered
it a lulu of In the second stanza he anticipates mean "in my Father's God did not raise us to His
THERE known as the God's answer to his by which He was their child? house." life after death. Yet it wouldbe heaven we all potentially entered level of being. But it still will
What Our Lady here pretty difficult to pick heaven.
be the of
happiness human
Gradual psalmi. This name prayer and foresees the ter. The earlier Fathers of the such of the a
lava us with a strong feeling persons general All that is necessary is
a being composed of
the Latin rible punishment which He Church understood it
comet from word"gradus" a"house"
rather that He had not done population. be
so that in
we incorporated body and soul. It will not be
will mete out to his detrac
(step) and ii used that this was the first And at any rate it What is Is
evasion : really surprising Jesus (as we are by baptism) the purely "spiritual" bappi.
Jolla J. tors.
to describe these psalms because reads more naturally that
1 on which He acted in that It would be just as hardto so that with Him we can ness of an angel. The things
they were sung by pilgrims Living among such people way. The Boy II not asking
Cute lot total independence not only pick one of us Christians make a response of love to that make us happy here
as they made their Is like living among the of their wishes but even of His parents why they had out of the general population.We the Father's love ( and
especially loving
way up to Jerusalem and ascended pagan savages of Moloch or their knowledge. Certainly tried to find Him which believe that death is not
the steps of the the hostile nomads of Arabia had It been habitual there would be a ridiculous question the end of everything. We believe All that Ii necessary Ii that loved) will make us happy in

temple. (Cedar). They are completely would have been less surprisefor to ask devoted parents.He that there awaits us we seek however weakly and heaven too; except that
insensitive to overtures of Is asking why they had Imperfectly, to make God's there they will be magnified
them this time less after death
Psalm 119 Is the first in a with complete disregard for sorrow an everlasting to the nth degree.A .
peace. The psalmist greets gone searching the town for will ear awn.Having .
too: if they had thought life of indescribable
of fifteen such
group psalmi. God's will. But in addition he them with the traditional Him. good prayer for Eater

It seems to have been originally had to bear their sneering "Peace be to you" but they He was to simply His divinity acting ,accordIng they Didn't they know that the piness. done this, we already might be, "Dear Jesus, help

the prayer of an individual taunts, their false accusa respond with words of b.... would have known that the natural place to find Him With such a future la store are in heaven, exceptfor me to understand better the

a pious Israelite who tions. For a good man is a The pilgrims found this same divinity would guard would be His Father's house? fer as, we Christians shouldbe that the formality\ of having meaning of heaven. Help me
grim usher Death, draw to realize how how
found himself living in the constant reproach to his sinful psalm appropriate because at Him against danger. Why hadn't they come an exceptionally joyous back the curtain for us. humanly madly I shall yet
midst of fellow-Israelites who neighbors, and they will the time they sang it they Quite simply Our Lady straight to the Temple We people. happy be.
There for of Is the
many us, Help to bit
me at
were not quite so pious. The not suffer reproach in si- were far away from their hostile talks as a mother whose child remember a later occasion We know by experience rub. We are afraid of death tingle a the
thought of Its"!
Jews God's Chosen People .. attack him when He referred the
were They must environment and on their has been lost-a child whom to

it is true, but the divine with whatever weapons they way to the house of the Lord only twelve years earlier Temple as His Father's house

choice of the people as the instrument have at their disposal: lies, the author and giver of peace men from this very town had -He drove out the moneychangers Pope Paul VI

of man's salvation rash Judgments, snickering sought to slay because they were i
did not automatically make insinuations, Imputation of And today as we recite the making His Father's house

every one of them saint. In false motives, slander. Entrance Song at the begin- "Soa, why has thou dose "aa emporium." To Heed I
fact, the whole Old Testament It was In such a situation slag of Mass, ear Mstlmeits se te is?" What had He youth: social doctrinesheavy

is a long, sad story of that our psalmist found him are muck the ssme.We done? Let them ge their way If what He sale! was ""..bM.11I1 .
without Him- Father's bnilaeis, we
their repeated infidelities to self. Basing his hopes on the havel.ft. at least for a separated Following is the conclusionef wished
hire the to say something .
te on duties
their sublime mission.A self from them, fersakea si aaiwer n If" upon his shoulders
fact that God bad often heard the
time world In this
the translation ef point alone.
them. tics Our Lady sited Him. an ? Is
his prayers in the past he which we must live and are However not religion on the
truly devoted israelite Italian address delivered pay attention to
who had to Ihe among sinful appealed for help in his present approaching the altar of God. la Our Lady's words we Why had He stayed behindIn by Pope Paul VI recently to these two suggestions of ours: side of the? landlords and thepowerful

neighbors I suffered untold predicament:; "In my our Father who gives us rest hear aa echo of a cry not yet Jerusalem when they left? members of the youth sectionof First let us think. We cannot does After ails what
distress I called on the Lord and and showers He had caused and it serve?
His uttered Mary
anguish.It peace : "My God. my God the Italian) Christian Work proceed blindly in such grave
and he answered me. 0 Lord love upon us, feeding us with why hast thou forsaken Ate?" Joseph three days' anguish. ers' Association (ACLJ). The problems which affect the Beloved sons! It Is we who

was bad enough to see deliver me from lying lip, the flesh and blood of His own Here is one sorrow of Our Why If there was work of Pope told the that fate of many lives and which ask you these questions, and
youths It
them living from day to day from treacherous tongue, Son. Lady's, which is not simply His Father's that needed doIng is up to them to lay the foundation refer to society as a whole.It you see that we do so without

sorrow at her Son's sorrow, work of which His parents for a just society bated Is necessary to reason fear. This is a sign that we

but a sorrow of her own could not be told then on the social teaching of the and not let ourselves be would have 100 good answersto

Feeder Michael V. Go.."... There is one surprising He must do It at the cost ef Church. carried away by passions Impressions such agitating questions.

thing In what Our Lady says whatever suffering to them. by the opinions of Your brave ecclesiastic assistants -
Missies. el ombre De Dieschapters but It leaves most of us totally That is one problem solved. IF the social teachings of those who are not well ac. (whom we greet herewith

unsurprised. Only the But what "business" ef His Christianity are acceptedand quiinted with things In orderto particular gratefulnessand

scholars would notice It But Father's could He possibly be observed there Is Indeed reason it is necessary to be affection) reply and will

qReat in one of them drew my attention performing by Joining a hope for a society that Is instructed informed. It Is reply! to you.

to the strangeness of group gathered round a more just more fraternal necessary to do as you do, to But meanwhile we can observe

Our Lady's saying "Thy father Rabbi in the Temple, putting more sensitive to the needs attend the courses of the one thing, that also
Roniaa catholic histORyChapter and I." In the languageshe Questions I and answering and aspirations of the people, ACU. arises from your hearts from

was speaking there was them? We do not know. ne of whom you are part.II The other suggestion Is to your experience, in fact from
the same grammatical rule should love to know. heed the
social that
doctrine of the divine
83 to a belfry surmounted by a altar dedicated te $t. Jeseph Is ap te yea, young m,.. Church grace that you

Y December 8, the Feastof cross, a design that was typical and ea the west another altar ... It Is ep t. yea yeeng workers decessor which John, as our pre Young Christian Workers
O XXIII said Is carry in hearts Is it not
your :
the Immaculate Conception of many churches built In dedicated te the Blessed Vlr- te give a positive fonada- Mother
Father Michael I the Americas by the Span- gla M.I')'. Question box Idol U tells hope. and Teacher. your faith, your Christian
lards in the 18th Inform your religiouscertainty
century. yennelves think
O'Reilly new paWr and We might even end this
Above the entrance that the
was a gives
vicarlo of East Florida, for facade itself was plain with a double gallery He died 3 simple talk here. However, well sad hue filth; yea will highest the safest the
finish of lime stucco. The gallery, an upper at p.m. was b. oa the good path. happiest
mally opened the great quadrangular there come to our mind three '
lines were, broken for the choir and a lowerone sense of your life

church. The proud simple moldings, recesses only by, for the Negroei. The bap buried by sundownQ. questions which at this moment Lastly the third question: Here Is what faith senes.

parishioners I accompaniedtheir and cornices, and by four tistry was in a recess near we seem to read in Does religion truly serve the It serves life I
pastor in public procession the entrance here was your minds. We will scarcely worker? Is not religion .
as he carried the Blessed small windows placed in a crucifix; salvaged preserved What was the keerly city, and then to the home of mention them, leaving It up outside of his interests something faith And with the hope and the

Sacrament from the old trance.In pairs st. either side of the en from the ruin of La Leche enter e( events la Christ's Anna must have taken a to you and to your teachers to Does It Increase his pay and bold in that you this shall always

Bishop's house on one side after Palmer's raid in 1728. Pasilea beglnalag ea Holy good half hour. It seems that give aa adequate answer. assure his future? Dos it not strwgth you and light this
of the plaza to the new the belfry were four bell Two decoratedthe and The first question we believe put scruples la him this Joy we
niches paintings Thursday concluding Anna did not keep Jesus aDd bless all of beloved .
Church of St. Augustine on one above and three you, sons.M.
below. interior side walls. Onedeplct.d with His Death ea Geed Friday very long, but sent him off to sounds like this: What
the other.
the death of a sinnerwith can I do, what tall we do, lathe
? his son-In law, the high priest
The completed edifice The westernmost lie he demons awaiting the demise face ef problems se pave J. Murray
gate I thatit
A. You ask the Impossible.The Calphai. am guessing
a beautiful aspect to the seater held the eldest bell, en which of their hapless victim have been three and M \'IsU

of the ancient city. was eagravedi "Sancte the other showed the deathof Gospels do not tell us the o'clock may In the morning when How ran a young worker exercise

Joseph Ora Pre Jsobli, las%." a good man his J bed surrounded exact hour of the events of He arrived there. Then a Influence! ever the 1mm.III. Strange but
The walls of the facade by hosts of angels.It the Passion; and we have IMprecise bearing was held.preliminary ., complex: and powerful
Behind the
(which still stands) swept upward belfry was a was, withal, the most world la which he finds
in giaceful ogee curvesCatholic wooden balcony where the splendid church in the FlorJdss. way of learning them. We may imagine that this himself True, the C.PJ'i9". WS. NCWC News Service
sacristans tor( small boys, as Presuming that the Last lasted until the aurora.I is
frightening I but It
usually was the case) rang Supper of Jesus with his would guess that It was t must not remove .MALL

1htFl: .id" the bells by pulling\ ropes attached Cardinal Beran Apostles was a Paicbal meal a m. by the time Jesus was of duty, courage or your nope,sense pen roortxutdTe NOtAIC ? u v
r to the clappers. The taken to Pilate. By 1:13: He
MUNICH -even though anticipated by ticulariy If you are united If
(NC-Josef) Car-
area of the facade had been sent to Herod who
was neoclassic In design. To dinal Beran of Prague will arrive a day it would hardly have took little time with Him. By you are many if you are per arwwtpu.nw

either side of the round- here on May 2 to take begun according to Jewish $.Q He was back before severing. wv.cnrt,

arched doorway stood Doric part in an anniversary ceremony custom, before night fill. We Pilate. About 10:30: He was Let the Gospel parables of

columns supporting an entablature at the former nail concentration may presume then that It sent to be scourged. By 11:IS the seed of the! leaven of CKI.wT./ ,w
r Ml kd ,;
iwf ffUiy the small flock be
FLORID CATHOLIC 1'..... I.,. its frieze simply camp in nearby J began about T pm. He was back before Pilate for explainedto
.,0. ... III! HI.l(|| ornamented by three-chan- Dachau where hi was a How long did it last There condemnation. you and year hearts win
neled prisoner for three years. was the washing of the feet be fitted with trust and a de-
III C M C.U.ItJ II".. triglyphs, alternatingwith Tea minutes later He was
0....... r........ aloes plain metopes. Aa outspoken opponent of the institution of the Eucharist on Hit way to Calvary Ma,. sire to try and to dare.

BubKriptlon Ii V.a A. Id The projecting comIc. of the nazis he was arrested in the interlude with be 10 minutes J before noon Year feiUmeay ear be asa
Ca"d. .Id tr ,.." wk.r the entablature 1W2 and remained in Dachau Judas, and a long intimate
ountrlM. MOO. several they nailed Him to the Cross. spark that lights a fire. sad
Th florid C.theHc 1, bands of molding as did the until its 20,000 prisoners were final talk by Jesus We might By 3 p.m. He was dead; by 4 year sacrifice fer the Carlttaa -
t..r of IM''.tholi ....... A n.ni.OI.. pediment above. Above the liberated by United States guess that the supper was o'clock permliilon had been eaaie-remember this Y f 4 J IR
tlrn ud Ih. NIUnn.1 r.tbell.w.U.r. pediment troops in 1MJ. The anniversary over about 10 m. Two ,
breaking the p a m. wett-ls
('sot....<. N.., (.ryk. .. plain Is held obtained\ for His burial; and a*< left without reward
Bo<.., end Mart to. ,uMlihn expanse of the facade, was a ceremony being was the latest hour which the stone was rolled In front evea though K mightremila
rp..Mnutlv., tn...*. .> read niche in which was placed a to mark the liberation's 20th custom permitted for its ef the tomb just J before the without results ta this "'
el. .11 n 41., U. Act .( Mirck statue anniversary end) 'tw
of the .
,. mi. parish patron St. sun went down. .rw. s
Augustine of Hippo. Cardinal nall. who was The walk to the garden. of xw.rw+ r e..+dr w.a
EBF. The Interior possessed the allowed to go to Rome to be Gethsemane was probably Another question Is one that ror. ham

same simple dignity as the created a Cardinal on February leisurely and took at bast a refers to difference of opinion r.rwyl kr.r.7Lr.rt. r nrrrw
.... .. ... Thoe aaswers are fromThe NrOR w..e
U.w.I exterior. Small windows were 25 after more than IS half hour. We do not know Qvettiea Bex" eeadttted the difference m fact the
CMCiittv 5AltetEditor' placed sixteen feet aboveground years of internment and restriction bow long Jesus spent In His opposition of Ideologies (lal
i *l.. '... Ceewsy aattaaUy
A. H lll. walls. At the north end was communist rulers is coming two or three hours. It must Direct I ty of understanding where
Advcrtldnf M.HM.. the here as the guest of JWIU.Cardin.1 have been well your truth Is tn !this continuous social y.r {
sanctuary with a wood.naltar past midnight fur
LUClttaM i t+f Mlsrrar'wr
signed 'I.te
please I.
.. _. ejiettloa (
0. I b. I 0 '" : "
Doepfner of Munich > seiratcao.ro..n.ar.ow.y
and steps ascending on when Judas came with the The FlerMa Catholic uOrlaarfe. struggle. r eee..ty C4 f_
both sides.On and ,"1.lnC. He will offer soldiers. This Is as! a grave and
Friday, April 16, 1065: Ce" .
Mass in the
chapel of Christ's
The trip back across the common queiuon. We would I
the eat wall was .. Agony at Dachau. Kedroa; and up the lull to the sever cease speaking tt we !

0 I\


of seasonPaschal .a Five The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 18, LOGS

vigil ushers in joy of Easter I e Sharing our treasure

The Florida Catholic is pleased to publish another ly the Baptismal Service- tized. Baptism Is now con- Mission Priest attributes I

article In the series on the liturgy. This week's author, Fa We extinguish our candles ferred according to the ritual.

I ther Thomas D. Finn, teaches at Father Lopes High and are seated for the reading After Baptism the baptismalwater vocation to good exampleIT'S
is brought to the font
School in
Daytona Beach and is a member of the diocesan of four important passages .
Id uiurgicai Commission.T11E from the Old Testa In solemn procession.As a long trail from De i
the Priest comes backto .
ment. ,
to Rota Island one
vigil service begins the sanctuary, we light our
11 o'clock Satur. In former times the candles for the renewal of the of the Marianas in the South "' ,
Father Church used these passagesto Pacific but that's the tratl Father "
day night, so that the Man complete the Instructionsof baptismal vows .
traveled by Russell D. Pellett
may start at midnight. The 4 nomal D, the catechumens. This was John A,
BaptismB.fore lie is now Father Mar-
altar is bare for w' their "big night" After missionary
except FIn..anctUAr1 clan Pellett a Capuchin O'Brien .ii'
months of Instruction
they i
three white linen cloths The he actually ministering to the
were finally baptized and allowed -
church is in complete dark. to take part in all acts ..prlnk.ltlII, the Priest tells r i aMass natives of that distant island
ness. The Priest and other us why we are here: "In this and helping to extend Christ's
ministers are at the front of worship especially the most sacred night, holy kingdom to the very ends of
Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.
door to strike the Mother Church recalls the earth. wishing thatI
ready flint.
now begins-thuri- The blessing of the Baptismal 1 I I found myself
As we sit in the pews, waiting fer, cross.bearer with twoacol.te. Water which will be used death and burial of our Lord His conversion shows how 1 I I too could attain so sublime
Jesus Christ In return for and live such a holy
the darkness tn office
perhaps reminds during the coming Catholic family can
., the deacon holding year now love she every
His keepswatch.
us of that moment takes place This blessing isperformed great win another family for Christ life,
the burning candle and fol.
And celebrating His This meant that I first had
when "darkness covered the
not in the their neighborly kindnessand
baptis by :
by the celebrant and
she Is Catholic I had
abyss" and God began His glorious lo become a
assisting try, but in the sanctuary. zeal Father Murclan: relates
filled with exceeding joy'I" Mast with Joe
great work of creation with an his life story thus been going ta
First the Priest Invokes the
the words "Let there be The profession slops three Finally, we renew our and to it was an easy step to
aid of the saints
light: On the other hand we times: Just Inside the church, by singingthe baptismal vows indicatingthat I wss reared a MethodUt I take systematic Instruction
first half of the
might imagine ourselves as at the middle of the nave, and the Saints. Litany of "we stand for Christ and in South Vietnam and attended church and !Sunday .Fortunately by this time my
a soul sitting in one of the la the sanctuary.At for His glory." It is a pledge School quite regularly. whole family had become so
dark regions of limbo waiting lie blesses the water In the of our future loyalty to Him. John J. O'Connorof My Interest in the Catholic re Interested that they too came
for Christ. each stop the deacon middle of the sanctuary with t!. S. naval chaplain, Father ligion was kindled during my with me to St. Leo's Church

raises the candle! and sings, the Paschal Candle! on his After we renew our baptismal Philadelphia, la pictured bringing the Maw sophomore year In high t where Father Burke Instructed .

Blessing fire "Lumen Christl"-The Light right. At the same time he \1\\1. the second half of and sacraments to Marines In Da Nang, South school by a course in history.It .
of Christ. faces both the congregationand the Litanies are sung. use
Vietnam. The stole on the jeep rail Indicates he mentioned how the \\ were all Impressed with
We, who have received the the vessel containing the
Suddenly flicker monks had done much to
we see a of Following this the celebrant preserve ef the
light of Christ through Baptism eater heard confession before offering Mass at the the definiteness
light: which develops into a retires to the !Sacristy to pre- the culture and learn Church's teachings.
blazing fire. As the Priest turning to the Candle, During this long and Impreislvt pare for the Sacrifice of the altar improvised on the jeep log of the past despite all the
blesses the new fire, we hear genuflect and answer: blessing the Priest Mint strife and warfare which afflicted Conscious of her divine authority .

him say: "Deo Gratial"-Thank. be makes the sign .f the Cross the countries of the Church unfolded

"0 God through Your Son, to God. three times ever the water la Europe through the centuries. Rod's plan for man's salvation
the cornerstone, You have After the first stop the honor of the Blessed Trinity Priest expert clarifiesnew During the so-called Dark and all the marvelous
bestowed on the faithful the Priest lights his candle from la whose name the catechu- Ages the monasteries were aid offered by tho sacrsments. -
the Paschal Candle; at the the Citadels cf learning and We were Impressedby
fire of Your glory, sanctifythis mess will be baptized.
new fire, produced froma .second the assisting the monks held aloft the the Church's unity which
flint for our use grant that clergy's; and at the third While he prays, he divides Scripture translationbarge ideals cf Christianity. was In such sharp contra to
stop all our candles. the water and sprinkles some the divisions within Protestantism
by this paschal festival we At this stage all the lights towards the four quarters of The admiration kindled In We recognized that
may be so inflamed with In the church are switched the earth. This is to remind my youthful heart (for those mark of the true
heavenly desires that with BALTIMOKK: (NC-A i c that the translation of gulnhable as to the Tenon unity as a
Cod; died
us of Christ's command to who Is acting In other words, holy men of never Church for Christ said'
the pure feast minds of we may come light to." on.The meaning of this part of baptize all men. the New Testament being ui ted at United States Masses when nod performs sn external and doubtless helped te plant "They shall hear my voice

perpetual the ceremony should be obvious Nut the Priest breathes plays down Christ's divinity was rejected u absurd by aIn action like raising the teed of my future voca and there shall be one fold

After the fire has been to us. It is a dramatie upon the water In the form of biblical scholar here. front" the dead all three Persons lion and one shepherd" (John 10,
blessed with holy water, the liturgical act which the Crosn. This in.power the source of this 16)) It was for this unity that
a signifies are When our family moved to
Priest the fire. Father I E. Bro S,S. the of
censes Raymond explained use
Church uses to tell us that "I 1
of the Holy Spirit being action Detroit we had as neighborsa lie praed, saving pray
Next the Priest takes the Christ is not only the "Light conferred on the water. We "get better" instead of "be 1 lealed" in reference to cures wonderful Catholic family, that they all may be! one,
paschal candle and inscribes of the World" but the light recall that Christ effected '*. "Thus. In saying that !the a. thou Father In me and I
may con by Christ and of has been raised" instead of the Walkers They wen regular \
certain symbols on it to in. of each one of us. ferred upon the Apostles the Father raised Jesus from lh.dead attendants at Mass and In thee that the world
dicate that it represents the power to forgive Sin by "has risen" in reference to to play down the miraculous we do not have the other services Unlike so may believe that thou hast

risen Christ The candleThe breathing on them. the Resurrection power or the divinity of Our slightest Implication that Jesus many Catholic families, they sent u," Jnhn< 17. 20-20

With a knife he cuts Into Following this, the Priest The Priest said the difference Lord Jesus Christ is too fantastic did not rise of Hit own were willing and eager to The Church's recognition of
the candle the sign of the power, for the one and the Mary In
to warrant comment, about their the role plaved by
lowers Easter about because the
next section of the the candle Into comes answer questions
divine or .
Cross, and the Greek letters be said same power Redemption seemed reaaonable
Easter Vigil Is known as the the water three times while, Confraternity Christian Father and by religion and explain theirfaith. our
Alpha and Omega a sign by and explained why
The difference In verbs, he It was apparent too
Proclamation of the Easter singing, "May the power of "
Doctrine's new translation of Son active, he said.
symbolizing God-the beginning was Catholics honor her
Message. the Holy Spirit come down said, stems from use of theorllln.1 that they lived It. for they
and the end. the New Testament was made He called It "absurd" to
Greek and the trans of
This proclamation is contained Into all the water of this were splendid examples The greatest treasure of allIs
Following this the Priest in the lovely hymn, the font" from the original Greek rather lators' faithfulness to It. read into the different usage Christian Integrity and virtuous the Iteal Pretence of Christ

takes five grains of Incense Exultet. It Is called the When we realize that the than the later Latin.In lie added that both "to be "sinister" theological Implications. living. In the Holy Eucharist: Here

signifying the wounds of Exultet because the Latin Candle represents Christ we addition he ..Id. the raised" and "to rise" appear Joe Walker and I became Is the source of the ('hnrrh's

Christ blesses them and version begins with this word can easily grasp the meaningof new translation does use"rise" In the new translation At for the tte ef "got bet. close friends. We took long sanctity, which flows out te
fixes them to the candle !in which means rejoice. this symoblic action. and "to heal" In sev "If on Faster: Sunday from ter," Instead Clf "was healed," walks during which Joe con her children.
the form of a cross. Finally Th. deacon places the oral passages. Mark 111.' we hear 'He has In reference to Christ's cares fided to me his hope of becoming
be lights the candle, saying: Candle before the altar upon nil water win MW have been raised; on Caster Tuesday Father Brows said the charge a Priest. He explained My whole family-mother,
"May the light of Christ, a temporary stand the pewer frets Christ U, Father Brewa, professor from tub 24, 40 we hear, that this Implies doubt sheet that a Priest acted as stepfather two brothers, sister
rising again resplendent, dispel saeetlfy met. This rite Is repeated ef New Testament at M.Mary's Trm Messiah will suffer and Christ's divinity "Is really Cod's ambassador and receive and I-were received Inlet
the darkness of heart and An sUed keldlug bvraiagrandies three tines fr emffcaals. Seminary here made will rise from the dead" he stretching semantics." special graces to live the Church and made our
mind. .. listen to this his statement at the request said he an eminently holy life Soon first Holy Communion. Like
soleni hymn ef praise He .f the Catholic Biblical A.... "When the New Testament The Greek. language, Joe, I too became a Capuchin
ProcessionA Incenses first t'look' \ sad The Priest puts aside some tiatlo..1 America and with says that Jesus was raised said, uses many verbs for ChristThe the Build bridge Priest to bring Christ's life,

them the Canto Itself. baptismal water to sprinkleus the approval ef the national from the dead it means that beatings performed by,enfl't.thl. light and love to mam others,
the with after we have renewed center of the Confraternity cf the Father raised Him up. new translation 1..C1SJO (SC-Th.) i nrltlsh Farther Martian: said
solemn procession to In the Exultet the Church variation Including! useof
our baptismal "ws.He Christian Doctrine. Acts 2. 24 makes this explicit government Is building abridge
explains the symbolic mesa continues by pouringsome when It speaks of Jews of the verb "to heal. free of charge to enable
Ins of the Paschal Candle: The Priest was vice president For Instance he continued enclosed Iiri<1gettlne
Oil of CatechumensInto Nasareth 'whom God has eilg '.....1 IM.a .
Let the earth rejoice Illumined of the biblical association the Greek uses "therapeu- to road
a unseen
the cross
water, then nuns
with such resplendent a portionof In 11f\3.! \ Is one of the raised up'"That .in." similar to the English The road authorities ., c.I.-.1: .. .......
Holy Chrism. public
; translators of the New Testament In some passagesthe << which the new
AIAS rays and enlightenedwith he both together New Testament that "thrrapeuUo, screed to do this when the Ambulen.e Serrlee
Finally pours says
the brightness of the into the water la the In the Anchor BiWe Jesus rose from the dead and CCH translation renders "to nuns agreed to widening of a VA "..1671ST.
let It feel that series, and holds a doctorate cure" the AUGUSTINIFe
MORTALM.p.d&Dvy.P..kM eternal King highway running through
form of a Cross, saying: In others that God the Father first
the darkness of the whole la Semitic languages from the On Tuesday of the nuns' land.
raised Him from the dead
world Is dispersed" May this mingling of the Johns Hopkins University, a 'week In Lent he .said from
Chrism of Salvation' and the makes no difference st all. hear
I4 doctorate In sacred theologyand Matthew 21, 14, Catholics
Baptismal rites ell of anointing with the a degree in Sacred Scrip "II I Is ai avion' In theology, that Jesus "cured" the blind
44t 2nd A... S. ft. I424MJ water of baptism be likewise turf awarded with honors by known core t. beginners, that and 1 the lame. T. Blount Co.

now come to the major done In the Name of the Father the Pontifical Biblical Commission the efficient external actions Another Greek ezpresdon

ST. PETERSBURG part of the ceremonies, name.Pt$0N1117.7524 of the Son and the Holy In Rome .f the Trinity are not dlitlb- tift continued Is the adjective FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Sptrif .. similar to the Kng-
Father RrvwH said mere hyl f. 44211 TAMPA.. 21M1U
The holy oils symbolize to"holy II.i h "hyteftK1" employedwith
th.. IS I.p biblical Iramla-
II Spirit the Anolnter" the verb "to make" a
lore were melted( I ht the new Mass guide the new
Putting them Into the water combination which

A. P. BOZA Indicates that the power of 1X1) Iraitlalloa. translation. renders to make JOHN S. RHODES JR.

RIVERSIDE CHAPEL the Holy Spirit is being com "Any suggestion that SUNDAY April 11 ,..11"|| or "to heal" On Tuesday ,

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YOUTH Christ the King C --Enlarges- committee for

U\\\\\\\\\,,, Grade School

sciences studyVATICAN
B/essec/Socromen// / TAMPA-Studcnts of Christ

the King School presented a CITY (XC)-Pope Paul VI has appointedseven

Grade School program to honor Monsignor dA noted Catholic scholars) to the Pontifical Commit.tee .

TALLAHASSEE George Mark McLoughlin. "This Is of Historical Sciences established by Pope Pius XII
Your Life" was the theme fr at Yale Uniformed
Keller and Steve 0'IIara have -.or.. now a professor
presented In the tableaux.
tied for first place honors In to foster development versity.
Each class, from the kinder
the Junior high division poetry garten to grade eight sang of the historical sciences Others appointed arei
contest, sponsored by the through international
one of the favorite Irish mel
Home and School Associationat cooperation, it has been madeup Father Hubert Jedin, professor
odies. At the end of the pro-
of Church at
Blessed Sacrament School. in the past mainly of history
George won the honor for gram expressed, Monsignor his pleasure McLoughlin and Central Deanery meets at Silver SpringsThe scholars living and teaching the University of Bonn; Gabriel
his Le Bras of the faculty
poem, "A Song of the in Rome.
to the and
Sea," and Steve won with hn gratitude especially to the faculty principal, Orlando Central Deanery J. Mullally PJL.V.F,, deanery splr. Corry, pastor of Blessed Trinity The new members, however of the Sorbonne, France; Father

poem entitled "Black Like Sister Mary Cabrinl S.S.N.D. Council of Catholic Women met itual moderator; Mrs Chester parish Ocala; Mrs. Gene McNulty, are drawn from scholarly ) Miquel Batlorl S.J.,

Death. and Mrs. Robert Foley the last week at Ocala and Silver Kazmierczak, deanery president; deanery vice-president; Mrs. Gerald ranks in seven different member of the Royal Acad

Winning second place was director of music, for their Springs: from the left, Mrs. John Father Henry J. Miron, speaker; Rogero, deanery treasurer; and nations and include Stephen Father emy of History David at Michael I Madrid;
Dianne Epps, for her poem G. Kuttner, former professorof
arrangement and accomplishment of the Mrs. William Brockman
Mrs. Bruce Deines deanerypublicity
president ,
"Winter Time," and placing Mattingly, correspondingsecre canon law at the Catholic Knowles, professor of medieval
third was Patrick Hadd, for of the program tary; Mrs. Harry Grimm, recording Blessed Trinity parish Women's chairman. University of America and history at Peterhouse

his entry on) "Music." On Thursday, April S, the secretary; Monsignor William Club, Ocala; Father William G. college: of Cambridge University

eighth grade students under ; Canon Roger Aubert.
Receiving honorable mention the direction of Sister Mary professor of Church history at

were Bert Earp, Edwin Baptista S.S.V.D. presented Australia mourns Women's gr coup' electsrd Louvain University, in Belgium ). I''

Thorpe and Robby ttallls. a tribute to \\llliam Shakespeare Tour of Cape readyfor and Father Gerard Gilles I

by means of a Meerseeman O.P. profes 1
Vicky O'llara was awarded ijmposlum. Archbishop Duhig boa membersie ,,'
first place in the Intermediate I son of Church history at the

division for her poem, "A The students depictedscenes DCCW visitors BRISBANE (NC) Archbishop OCAM-Members of tl Orlando Central Deanery University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Bar. James Duhig of Bris- 2
Lcprechauni Lesson. from the bard's plays of the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women held their
bara Me Tzke received sec bane, the world's senior rank Prior to the new appoint !
end place for "}'all Chores," by making dioramas or (C."11...4 !'.* ..,* ...> Faith." Really It Is from
and Susanne Chopin won third Elizabethean sketches; Dolls attire, dressed also In blast-off! Women of the leVl'npaflshel to missiles. here (April 10)) following a At the beginning of the i day's activities, Mass was only 12 members, one of thema

place for her poem entitled displayed. Three special were proJ- of Brevard County Learn something of the six-week illness\ at the age of offered) by Father William i G( Corry at Blessed Trinity layman. President of the

"Why Isn't My Father;Here[ ?" time brave Catholics who settledour 93. Church, Ocala, for the repose committee is Monsignor Michele
which received audience exciting
ects an .
promise you GaBle Irl.(1ar.nce
Ascension. Eau
and and be thrilled Born In Ireland the Archbishop ; ] Maccarrone.
Elizabeth Padgham area by of the soul of Father
the 35th .
acclaim were a replica of the during con. Braungart, St. Margaret
emigrated to Australia
Geraldine Givens were given original Globe Theater built vention of St. Augustine Diocesan seeing the missile launchingsite Charles Spellman. Winter Park '1
with his Mary
honorable in the intermediate from a place named Canaveral
Council be held at the
by Joseph Breuggeman; a to Mrs. Karl V. Katlos. Our
Important in tie events was
division. home Ramada Inn Cocoa Beach (cane-brake) hundreds He was ordained In 1806
replica of Shakespeare's Pledges
offi of Lourdes, Melbourne top
contest the election of Ceanery Lady ;
Judging the were built by Joseph Gallatin; anda May 35. of years ago. and made a Bishop when' only
John Shaw, curator of the replica of the town of Strat Please be prompt In send- 33 years old by Pope St. PiusX cers. Mrs Chester Kazmierczak Mrs. Howard Mooney, Blessed (
Shaw Collection of Poetry in Be the guest of NASA on ing your motel reservationsand in 1905. lie became an of DeLand was reelectedas Sacrament, lermont; and school r
ford Avon built Roddie
on by goalin
Childhood at Florida State the guided bus tour that will convention registration Archbishop In 1912, and had president. Other officers Mrs. Mark lie 11 II If, sen Ing
University; Dr. Conrad E. leave Ramada Inn promptly The countdown has started- been Archbishop of Brisbane are as follows: Mn. Gene a second terra SU Charles,

Tanzy of the Florida State Selected readings were per at 1 p.m. on Monday, May 3. no holds! since 1917. McNulty of St. James parishin Orlando. Titusville
formed by Joyce Aaron who Plan now to see the historic
University department, Advance convention registration Orlando was reelected vice-
read from "As You Like It lie knighted by Queen Monsignor William J. Mul-
the ; landmarks at Cape Kennedythat
Sister Joseph Marian of forms have gone out president; Mrs. Gerald Ro
lally, spiritual moderator of (Ir..tl..4 tnm Ml* S..)
Kent Corral reading from other in the Elizabeth II in 1954, and was
no place
Blessed Sacrament faculty. to DCCW affiliations from the gero of Ascension, Eau Gallie,
reminded the
"Julius Caesar; J 0 Ann world can claim. executive office of Hamada thus styled "Archbishop Sir treasurer Mrs John Mat the deanery, realizing the maximum
read from "Macbeth James women that "we must make amount from the pledges.
College student Young ; Amigos! You will be expected Inn, 1100 N. Atlantic Avenue, Duhig. tingly of DeLand, corresponding -
Gregory Harlow read from With Archbishop Duhig's the resolution to work our Also, a special business committee
to be at La Ramada Cabaret Cocoa Beach. Advance meal secretary; Mrs William
"Hamlet and two selections death in the hardest to make our visions present formulatedtheir
; seniority episcopate
W1NONA Minnesota-Corn at 7 May
p.m Monday, reservations are to be accom Brockman, St Andrew par "
Merchant of Ven falls come true. lie congratulatedthe plans! for contacts of the
from "The to
mencement activities for the for Aroz There
3, con polio. panied by check or money ish, Orlando, recording sec
ice" were read by Thomas Archbishop Angelo Paino, retired women on their part firms in the Titusville area.
class of 1965 at the College of will be gay caballeros, senoritas order payable to St. Augustine retary.
achievements and wished I The SHcetssfal effort
Sultenfuss and Reena Raggl. Archbishop of Messina,
St. Teresa here began Sun- and colorful troubadours Diocesan Convention.
Italy who consecrated in Diocesan board members them luck and success in the brought special commendation .
day, April 11. A concert was Musical selections fro m to entertain the DCCW dell- Those taking the Cape Ken-

presented by members of the Shakespeare's plays were rendered gates. nedy trip should Indicate so 1309..------ are Miss Isabelle Glenon.- _future.. .u_. __ ____ from Tom O'Donnell.
campaign organized
senior class directed by Paul 4 the in advance because the NASA
by Richard Fazio, Ronald On Tuesday, May and instructed the
Parthun. Batty, Pat O'Drlen and convention begins with a Solemn buses will cover the cumber
Miss Mlchele Kohl, St. Petersburg Michael Moore Pontifical Mass, after known in advance. volunteer parish workers. Mr.
O'Connell landed the workersfor
Florida, particU which the real business of the The women desiring to register
pated in the concert She lithe An Elizabethean dance was convention comes to order. in advance for the convention their hard work spirit and

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. performed by Laura Brown. ihould return the required IfIjTjjj enthnslasm.

Clement J. Kohl and a member Mistress of ceremony was The theme ef the convention form before April 20 This Is the third campaign

of St. Jude parish. Joan Willette. Is "Four Hundred Years etWomen to Mrs. Marlon Obittw, P.O. since 1959 that Foley-Asso-

Box 148. Cape Canaveral, elates, Inc., of Rochester has
r"rYk# Florida, 32920. conducted in Tltusvllle's! St
b A
f Teresa parish. Mr. O'ConneU
All mast make their hotel
rli.e directed the first program in
reservations directly with the .w
1W for the new church and
Ramada Inn, Cocoa Beach., school.

This Is separate from he I ; 4y

l a convention registration form Daytona Beach
Issued by the DCCW commit
Kati i tee. The local women are

planning to meet planes and
buses, if advised In advance I.... leehe

that delegates will arrive by 6ft... .

those forms of transportation LLOYD COX

On behalf of the management Monsignor Wells congratulated
and staff of the RamadaInn Ofck?) SuppkH

4 in Cocoa Reach, Roy A. At e family Communion Among thote present at the d.nt of the Diocoun Union; of O.3.M7Ilit

Bell would like to extend a breakfast h.ld 'last Sunday, pa- breakfast wore, from the left, Holy Nome Societies I 1 N** keels SI i.1

sincere welcome to all delegates ruhionon of St. .... \ John W, Cathin. present of
attending the conven parish in Winter Park offered the perish Holy N.",. Society;
tion. He said; congratulations to Monsignor; Monsignor Wells, Father Michatl GIRO'SCustom
at Blessed Sacrament, TampaB. "We are very pleased to John F. Walls upon his invx- V. Gannon quest scalper; Mad. Draper II.... eW AmerUa. Peed

Installation of officers has taken Sumpter, secretary; Mrs. C. Lopes, have headquarters been named, and conference invite all titure *l papal chamberlain. and Jams J. McAulifft, proti Carpet Sales I S.i"usa 0,.* S ,.M. .,. I II I P.U.e .

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place at Blessed Sacrament parish in treasurer; and Mrs. J. Fairfield, membor participants of the conferenceto languof Fae'Ieee :

I Tampa for the women's organization; of the board of directors of the St. use the facilities of our Teaching career Club helps New S"'rr' 461.2612INCOME

from left, Mrs. J. Burgess, president; Augustine Diocesan Council of Catholic hotel during their visit to stY ANTONIO-The San C.aed: M.adeys

Mrs. II. Mrs. Women Cocoa Beach. VATICAN CITY C-
Campion, vice-president; "Your convention committee ( Antonio Youth Organization TAX SAN JlEMORESTAURANT
..- has Pope l'aul1 has told a recently held a number of
me to emphasize
that all group of Xavenan teaching events in order to raise funds SERVICEHowardTone
I LARGO Coming events should be room sent reservations directlyto Brothers their work among for their contribution to the UN so. xireewooD

the Ramada Inn for con youth Is one of the greatestof American Cancer Society A I Associate
all careers. bake sale, raffle and dance 944 Masoe Ay. 2SS-42S CL 2-1357
Card party, April 19, St. School auditorium Tampa, firmation, and that additional
Individual Paul parish auditorium, Jacksonville rent-Teacher 'lub, sponsor housing nearby will be "God has chosen you for a were held bv the club whichIs

Floral 8 p.m., Parish Guild, arranged: here when our hotelIs wonderful, vocation," he said sponsored 'by the St. Anthony
!: i Designs sponsor Fair, April 23, 24, 25, Our full. Room rates for theconvention in English, "that of the training W omens Club. MATERNITY TOGS

Lady Queen of Martyrs par. will be $10 day and education of youth.
LARGO FLORIST Card party, April 21,1 p.m., per "Bellalr Plaza"
Ish grounds Sarasota; fish Our Lord and Master Who
single: 812 per day double,
603 N. Cl arwattr-l.rgo\ Rd. CDA Martin Hall, St. Petersburg, dinner, April 23 at 5 pm.; and 12 per person additional called Himself the truth and Smortl\t creations foe tic mesh., to b..
de Porres Guild
Ph 5 t.087JORVILLE'S teen dance, April 24; concert occupancy the life and Insisted that little The only thop'HI th* Malifai area carrying;

sponsor. by the band of Mary Help of "Again let me state that we ones be allowed to come a comphse ,line" of mattmity wear.
Luncheon card party, April Christians School, April 25. look forward to seeing all to Him, Is your model in
1030 W Bay Drive 21, KofC Hall, Sarasota, St. Spring festival, April 24, In May. I can allure! you that drawing the minds of the
Martha Guild
581.1179 Days sponsor. Sacred Heart parish grounds, the work and planning don. young towards truth their a L247S

84-3743 Nitos Finn, dinner, April 23. S to Jacksonville; Spaghetti din. by your able convention committee hearts towards goodness and -- Joseph J. DoughertyIS
24 Hour Radio Controlled 8 pm., Most Holy Name ncr, one dollar for adults, M will produce a most beauty. J ) No. leach St.
Wrecker Service cents for children. memorable conference." --- y .

General Auto I Spring dance, April 24. 9 30 ..NNNN.N.NeNNNNeNw Welcome Travelers VOLUSIA IMPORTED Dayten such

Truck Repairing Largo Suprex pm. to 1:30: am., I.B.E.W. PRINTINGLttttr PARTS
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Hall, Tampa, Jesuit High Forty Hours Devotions,
DORE'S LAWN School Dad's Club, sponsor. Blessed Trinity Church'
MOWER SHOP Met Forty (Hours Devotions, All Ocala, !May 9 to May 11. holy FIe,. 1. ''I,.....,.. Robert\ Jl. Jlmnrah: LF.D.

Tore Lawn Boy Saints Home, Jacksonville, hours each evening at 8 &
p.m Daytona Moving Storage) Co.
..!.. *..>!.. Jop.h.All tI Drugs April 25 at 11 a m. to April Father Rayner O.F.M S FUNERAL
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of Priests, 19 a.m. Retreat for omen, JuneIS
America's Oldest Mlsilnn. to 18. Academy of) Holy lay and Set lawn. Mower Rtp:> New cod Used

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'en Florida Catholic, Friday, April 18, 1965

>ope Paul VITells y o ffl

. students meaning of truth ftTL'1: -::: 4

CITY" (XC-Pope Paul VI posed Pilate' art, does he perhaps not have '.
: query In meeting a group of Roman the conviction and satisfaction : I
I'ATICA.( had won religion competition in various of having created a true 'A ::
schools work, of having expressed a !

to that tremendous Question k._ .. .. Phri.f truth of his own?
i truth!" the Pope said. "Isn't the relationship between -

I The competition was has Impressed an idea on his the generating Idea
and the generated work a
tied "Veritas"-the Latin
wonderful product of truth?
'ord for truth. In Council auditor
a referenceD
Wouldn't that idea deserve to Bray, Day Bellman Yvfr a.
D the Pope laid "It is a be Gonzalez Mary Aljcs Ha :.
will wonderful
speak at regarded as a Academy of the
ave word, full of meaningnd product of truth? man Cynthia Kienzle Mar,.
| sacred. He asked the Knauf, Teresa Martinet and
NCEA convention "All this is happening the
ftudents If they knew why it universe, in creation. Holy Names Sally Yavormlc.
)as the slogan of the compeitlon. WASHINGTON (SC)-The S Sister James Mary was
"The things which exist are TAMPA-Mary Knauf
first United States when
woman happy so many of her
I "Von will say the reason Is auditor at the Second Vatican true, not only because they reported that the stir of spring budding librarians received

$lear, because religion Is Council will open sessions for are known and recognizableby Is In the air but there Is no certificates. Three year err
nth; thus does the Catholic elementary school teachers at us but because they have sign of spring fever at the tlflcates went to Lorraine
rUgion present and proclaim the convention of the National been previously I thought Cali Academy of the Holy Names Verderber and Eda PaschalL
leif. Catholic Education Aisocla- thought by God the Creator in Tampa On the contrary, Credit for two years was won
lion.She God Who is truth. the school year seems to gather by Patricia Penalba, Duke
"This Is exact But if It Is Sister Mary Luke. "The things which exist are School bus at Merritt Island momentum as it comes to Tarafa, Sandra Seller and
i exact that the study of our superior general of the Sistersof the things pronounced by the a close. Cecelia Rodrieguei while new
eliglon la the study of truth Loretto of Nerlnx, Kentucky Word Who in pronouncingthem Father Sean Molloy la pleased with ha la pictured with Mra. Wilma Hetna inductees were Catherine Van
hundred questions arise and chairman of the creates them. This is the new bus purchased for his pariah of the Merchants Green Company and Emyone In the school was Eepoel, Kathleen Gadmsky

,jrhlch you Intelligent young conference of major superiorsof the supreme doctrine not only school children by Merchants Green Kathleen Mulllna of Divine Mercy pleased when Laurel Doff MX Tony Pelaez. Cecelia got her

pie that you are, can 1mhediately women's religious commun of the philosophers but also Stamps. At the ribbon-cutting: above School Merritt Island. In came her French up with College a perfect Boards, first and second awards simultaneously .

perceive. ities. of the, Gospel," the Pope_said._ _._ and not toe far behind were and Lorraine
"Granted that truth exists, --- Verderber was called back
ow Is it that so many scholrs She will speak ea ''TbeCouDeO'1 Divine/ Mercy Vanessa Rodeheaver and for an award of excellence.
Message" on April s 9 M 1 Yvonne Connies. Laurel also\
very respectable ones,
20, the second candidatefor The Natlenal Forensle
day of the contention was the Academy's
bubt or deny this fact And
deed what do we mean by being beld April II to Grade School the Tampa Times spun League which has corned Itself -
22 la New York. lured scholar somewhat with nth. Are there not several
under the guidance of
lays of regarding !it? Francis Cardinal the
Spellmanwill Students at Academy
little laterIn
clocks are ringing a Miss Geraldine Long and MissBarbara
("Certainly! and It Is here be host to the 62nd annual published the second issue of
jiat matters become compll- gathering of the association many homes on Merritt the city.wide Sodality Blueprint Scully.
" ted. There Is a truth of the which will meet under Island now Students of Divine which offers all groupsan Degrees of merit, representing
nowledg of the senses, then the theme "peace and understanding Mercy School have their opportunity for concise exchange a minimum of 23 po..u: !
tat of intelligence turned through education." new bus and children are no of !Idras. were won by Mary Jo Cat .,>.

ward sensible and expertlental \. Most sessions of the NCEA's longer leaving their homes Making their act of consecration bell Denis Flynn, r...11.
] reality elementary school departmentwill before Tam. to make their In the Sodality last Whitney, Mellnda Fish
be devoted to close Lisa Girouard and Anne Ha
I studyof Thursday were Mary Alice
"But Is not there also asher -
o'clock classes.
I .
the Getting degrees of exec"!-r '
developments affecting Bernanrd, Cynthia Klenxle,
| Inner truth-truth of
school curriculum. 150: points, were Donna D>..
e conscience that we call grade The new 72 passenger bus Sally Wltgel Brenda Hart r
trtalnty that Is te say troth Dr. Mario Montessori, head was presented to the schoolin lage, Charlene Gregory Lou Claudia Rowley Carhn! r ;'y
of the international Monies- iia Van F.tpoel, Carol Rousseau and Mary Alyce Hart: 1
the Merrut
hlch is based on the she of a ceremony at ,
sort association in Amster island Shopping Center Susan Krlst Teresa Degrees of distinction w .-p
r knowledge
dam. will speak on April 21 Martinet Sharon Stephenson, claimed by Pam Halley, Ji; 3Valentl
"And do not doubts and on "Montessori: Development Henry Kramer, president Rita MacDonald Janice I'u- Mary Knauf, Jar 'ePuglio
oblems of all kinds begin of the human potential. : of the Jacksonville division of glio and Joan Durack, pre and Yvonne Cor !nl!' ',
reT The department's final sea Food Fair Markets, presented fl<'t. each having to earn at last

'But pay attention for an stop. April 22, will feature a large key to Father Sean A joyous day, but compatible UO: points.
her moment." Pope Paul New York's lieutenant governor Molloy Second grader Kathleen with the solemn seasonof The entire school witnessed
ntlnued. "Don't we hive Malcolm Wilson speaking : Mulllns, assisted by Mrs. lent because of Its worthiness these ceremonies and the
no notion of a third truth? on "peace and understanding I Wilma Helm, green stamps was the day when four Glee Club sang several numbers
be artist who thinks of and through the education I Ik savings director cut a large clubs Inducted new members. which added much: to
i expresses his work who of youth." green ribbon encircling the Mary Jane Charette, president the occasion.
to St. Raphael'smade .. The ceremony was well of National Honor Society Jacques Abram, fonnrtplanl.t
Shakespeare comes
attended by parents, students, welcomed new members and presently on the
teachers and friends of the Laurel Barr, Claudia Ro"I',. faculty of the University of
TAMPA Act HI Seen 1 of Julius Caesar by by members of the cut. Scenerywaa School.Subscribe .
Divine Mercy Kathy Marcotta, Susan Grlffls South Florida was warmlyreceived
William Shakespeare haa been drama done by Teresa Pliable Mary Fal Gerdts Dulce in a concert spotv
Kathryn ,
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wSURANCI burg, by 7th and 8th grade atudenta. Gary Palmer and Cynthia Rehbtrg. nowStudents Lupo and Carole Gregorlo. There were at least HO lathe

j Fire .llfo Ltf. .H..... ef |UMM Hen they are pictured In costume L \\\ \ \ U \ '" U'" As Achona editor she also auditorium.

J HENRI A. MONTEAU -------- ---- _._...- .. welcomed new members tat*. ".",.."nn"".,.n\\1'"
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non J. Elliot congratulated
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: The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 18,196S'

Quality education given at Tampa Catholic High SchoolSchool

.. -

Staff Writer .. ..-' -
Is the keynote
EXPANSION Catholic High + psi{ a a
u, e
School. When it opened In by n
September, 1982, this coed
ucational school consisted of ; L

one building which housede
':let: classrooms an admlnis- i
tiation suite, a library, and a i
science laboratory. Three
short years later there are
two additional buildings and
the enrollment is already ap r
proaching the 400 mark. Six (
more classrooms were put f
into use beginning with the F

fall 1964 terra i
+. .. n
The original south building w
now houses two laboratories,
one equipped for the teachingof
chemistry and physical ia
science and a separate unit

for By biology 1963 facilities for instruction ,F4T i i

In the domestio t
sciences had also been installed .
in this building with 0
provision for both cooking
and sewing 'CI I
The library moved to its H

permanent quarters in the .. f
new north building in 19C4 r
thus making room for the ex Discuss expansion at Tampa Catholic r
pansion of technical facilities.

Modern aidsIn Planning ahead Is routine procedureat Ann Bernard O.P., principal; Monsignor 0

Tampa Catholic Future expansion John F. Scully, president; and

addition to new classrooms ia considered here by Father Bernard Thomas Murray, head coach.
and enlarged library M. McFadden, vice-president; Sister + a
e, the north building pro- studentsMike (
spat inform
vides a central location for service the library has expanded Sponsored by the Tampa tivities this year. Weekly assemblies > Help
the administrative offices. with the school. From, Electric Company, this program have made the fine
An attractive office suite accommodates a modest start it has en makes available to all arts of music, speech and Feinberg Is getting readyto School monthly newspaper! type the copy to be published Ilh
Monsignor JohnF larged its quarters and filled drama integral parts of student take some candid shots for The while, from left, Rebecca Scully, Dirkie Van Antwerp, editor of the
Catholic schools series of
Scully, the president, and its shelves. The present suite a experience. Crown, Tampa Catholic High Paul Denarskl and David Roman paper, checks the final copy. h
films on current events. These
the principal, office person. includes a general reference films keep pace with world (;uelt speakers bring drama department highlight 'C
the room, an audio-visual room,
nel, a reception room, school and community Into
and conference room. affairs almost as they occur. ed its year of offerings by a
public address system, a supply a closer contact and make students
Volumes on hand total closeto The school as the distributing performance of W illia mShakespeare's
room, and a clinic. more aware of the responsibilities
also profits by having A Midsummer
2000( most of which were agency
The commercial department The these films as a source of en and opportunities Night's( Dream. The delighted
purchased new present
now occupies a suite in is acquiring richment for its history I awaiting them In the audience could not help but
emphasis on
this building. It offers coursesin audiovisual equipmentto classes adult world.A be aware that the open.stage
typing shorthand, bookkeeping effect brought the action,
printed instructional modern
supplement stage, ellipticalin
business mathematics
materials.A MultipurposeBalancing shape and backed by a color and sparkle of the play
and office practice. Stu.
Into their midst much as in
curved wall, lends itself to s
dents specializing in commercial bonanza to Cat nolle the two classroom and multitude the days of Shakespeare.Once .
stylized settings a
subjects receive instruc Junior and senior high schools buildings is the multipurpose of modern dramatic a week, the Holy Sacrifice -
tion in the use of business ma In the Tampa area is the film building which has techniques including the recent of the Mass Is offered r s
chines. depository established at made possible a variety of introduction of readers from the same stage, Students
In terms of and Tampa Catholic. educational and cultural
growth ac. theater, The speech andlearning participate according to
the new liturgy, They take
wiwr part in the dialogue Mass and
sing English hymns while a
+ r { + TM IaNRI student acts as commentator .

Iiir c .

r Tampa's settingThe Jii; j

multipurpose building .
serves a practical purpose 'rr: ,>>
daily, providing lunchroom t !1
facilities for the student
body A snack bar dispenseshot :
sandwiches, milk, ice ft' ,
A' cream and candy, with pizza ;
proving to be a popular bi

( I monthly treat
fr' Tampa Catholic Is situatedIn 'I I ..'
the attractive residential &

area called Wellesood As L ltd;
the building program progressed
so did the need for
landscaping Advanced math

Every effort was made to
spare as many of the pine Seniors Linda Johnson and Nancy Catholic High School Both girls are
trees which dotted the land as Serrano discuss the binomial theorem officers In the Googolplex an active

construction needs would al. with Mrs Mary Welles a member of math club.
low A group of fine old oak the mathematics department at Tampa
trees was spared and given
a bit of treatment to offset J}ket. The mulls were grailfjlag. June 4, 1961 win see he went has been set up at Tampa

the effects of romantic-but I first graduating class of it Catholic
harmful-Spanish moss, andit seniors receiving diplomas It provides opportunities
has proved to be a real A variety of tropical plants from Tampa Catholic High for Individual guidance by.
beauty spot Over the course means of personal Interviews
were net out around the build-
of a year and a half the entire School. Itodtr the presidencyof and in this way It also
campus war seeded I nIl, three rock gardens were Monsignor Scully the helps students to investigate
the writer's craft 1 begun, and Our Lady's grotto school has expanded its phy carver opportunities. With
last fall a Student Council which stands between the steal plant, its course of the first graduates leavingthis
Apprentice writer are given a president and members confer with Zukowskl, Kathleen Maguire, president project) recruited boys and" ('listers'. convent and the studies and Its faculty to June, plans are being
chance to publish their work In student contributors in planning ; Sister Paul Catherine O.P., girls for a "planting day, 'Ia.kPd south building, was further meet the needs of a growing made for follow-up. studies of

I The Scribe, a literary magazine the coming issue: seated, from left, club moderator, Philip Hughe, All students te donate and parents small trees were, I raced[ with a flourishing rose school student was body opened In with 1962 thru the their .activities and achievements .

sponsored by the Pendabblera Club Mary Prior, Mary Alberte, Marcia Jean Zabaskl and Mary Elliott. shrubs er plants for the proI|garden. diocesan Priests, five Sisters Another Important aspect

of St Dominie of Adrian of the program is the assistance
ot : ;\ /... Michigan, and five lay teach rendered students ia
.4", > ers. Today t tht staff consistsof the selection! of and admission
h ': i. "' \., \"'"" \ five Prints, six Sisters to college phil aid la
'. } t "
\{ ", and seven lay teachers securing scholarships.
Sister Ana Bernard 0 1'.,
..: ., Extras
,t', principal holds a B A. degree
t from Marygrovt College Ia addition to the regular'

in Detroit a Id.A. degree ia academic curriculum Tampa
tIJrlilMiIt history from tie University of Catholic offers special
Detroit and has douse pofV 110ft.tted1t enrichmentcourses
graduate work at Wayne hi neb subjects as
State University and Barry art. music speech world al-
College, Sister taught la fairs, and French. A numberof
Michigan schools and servedas (stra ; !
principal prior to her assignment activities are available also.
to Florida fife Among the,. are membership
years a St Aaas high School and League National Forensic\
Cardinal Newman IbCh Leacw. para Medics, and the
( He School in west Palm Beach, LtOermens Club. Other
Sister Ana Bernard cane to clubs function to Increase Interest
Tampa ia 193.Tk and skill in the fields

( I W''i tjs e sclMol* Ad far lisa lirh Irons. sew P staff mlitr la tk tW*arommiBfty of mathematics science writing and,Journalism basinets Spanwh.Fipiiilou .creative

edufsttoMl field The Mm : sad progress _
tape their work (Is Florida these art lie plus for U* ft.
during the. IK*. .Urlaa Do.muilraM tart, EteataaUy snort rlati-
supply Uatkrs today tams tore athletir fatitt.tlet .
t. fr 9 grade srkooU and << aid m.tqolpttent sill
ill high! Kk...ta te tie stale, be seeded.
Tampa Catholic High SchoolTwin .f .\\a1r1ll Tamps Catholic U
the latest aitlgamtit. Important factor at
cUssroom buildings show to advantage the economics department and the faculty rooms. The the library suite and the commercial department Tampa Catholic High School
Coder the lirctioa e/ Sister Is the
landscaping done through student initL, ive. The south north building shown on the right houses the chapel Tampa Catholic High School will graduate its tint Man Siena OP a growth ta its t,nt tfcrrt of steady
building on the left houses the science labs, the home the administrative offices the guidance department, senior class on June &. functional guidance depart U euftcoctF.IJht years





)f many things Nina HM Florid Catholic' Friday, April 16, 1965i

Bishop Moore

Protestantism effects changes High School

ly Father Henry J, Miroa( der, for most American Protestants close to 18 mfllloa Christians ORLANDO -Bill Dun,.
shed reporter. aoted to\\ t
in the United >
AST week we had occasion t. Frank Patrick led the lIo 0 fiwtoflwrs
.< to mention tome There Is but a small step Alter almost tour yean of t to another VI(t ,, \
truss this attitude of teeWchologica
ctori present In the life oft talks, conferences research last Saturday against the 1 1\\0 !
Protestant churches in order" to the and discussion, it was .... Devils from Lakevuw i II I ,
larger c'nclu.loB "lI not
Hornets piled a ton! 01 I 111 i <
pounced on April 7, 1965, that up
e United which have merge the m. dlffereat aeaomlaatieas -
to their foe's 49. I
a special commission was to points
4 \0ht broad breakdown ?" be established to begin drafting tf rick seta new cla-n A" I"

denominational differences It can be argued that, the the actual plan of union. {) record fr the 100 yard \.11.1"fl.Y
nonf our separated brethn current widespread concern The participants In the planof in a clocking of( 5r i" I ,

Lest it be inferred that among Protestant theologiansfor union have now grownfrom old record was SO 7
ich 'erosion of differences the practical splitting\ of the original four denomination { Seniors Rita Ganev K,' iMcCaas
American Protestantism has to ill with the 1 r. ) ] and Ann ..r'ill canTo:
betoken decline in r ,
sy a cut on top In the ellmlnat ns
led to the formulation of addition of the Disciple of ,1104;
rotestantisrn in America, it f for the ftixhop Moore mathematic *
plans and proposals for merger Christ and the Evangelical; I "
ouli be well for ui to con and unity among the United Brethren. It Is Interesting "Jv team All entrants
der how, paradoxically, this many technically different to note the remark 4 were. tested last week and
eakdowj nay have cone denominations made by Dr Paul vva&hbura with the scores tabulated
ibuted to a kind of built.in The example was given in director of the unity commie : these three were selected to
nity movement on the grass 1957 when there occurred the slon of the Evangelical United represent Bishop Moore In

K>ti JeveL formation of the Church of Brethren: ", We've slll the area competition.
The first annual Inti'r:11: i
There are many inhibiting Christ which was the resultof achieved great depth of ,
track meet was held at Ki! at l
< ctora to any union among a merger between the mutual understanding and
en; such influences n cul- Conjrf Uonal-Christian General have come to a significant I last week before the em,ia
ral and racial groupings, Council and the Evan meeting of the minds on basic student body. TheII\i 'r
'1' conation of cimiliar tnt .lIuluci Reformed theological issues" tricksters showed their q.pt'rtorlt1 i-
igrant backgrounds, id Church This union signifieda \\'bathI.. mutual understanding by gaining W pH
j ftc1n 0
to take first
place ouu:
erence to political and social fusion between the inheritors of basic theological
The second with
iditions all tend to en of the theological teaching issues is, I II not clear; recommendations Junior were ,
TT the sophomores thud w d
4 ;
outage people to accept and and policy of Martin for the merger 43, and the freshmen trII.11:.
'e content with "their own Luther and John C.lvlft-an and. presumably confessionsof
) with 90 Mary Croy pad t! away
iJld." With the passage of interesting<< union which we faith will be presented at aryl ,J for the seniors with
these factors and others the two of the the pert merger meeting tobe tI
me, are sure men
4 tones in the 100 220, and .
f lest importance have gen 16th century would have tot held in Texts In May, 1M6 L Tt ; Vault. i J
It be noted however I
rally lost their power and anticipated. must

restage and have, con..- The most ambitious plan that the Episcopal Church ... _
w.rr. 4 -
;uenUy, broadened the per- for negotiated union was. and has over maintained the

onal outlook of many.In still is that proposed by Dr. legitimacy and the necessity At reception for Monsignor Farrelly WINTER PARKFor
much the same way, the Eugene Carson Blake Presbyterian ef apostolic succession as an

jnaroic or force of these leader, who in 1960\ absolute note of of the the Episcopal cburt'h.Or41n.Uol Parishioner; of St, jamts, \\o Monu'gnor Terence J. Fart Griffing, prtlijont of the St. outitf, among whom" was" Mrs.
actors his lessened the suggested the merger of I Is than OrUndo, ,.....reeI en Nell' rely upon, his recent irtvettitureas Jams perish" Holy turns So- Michael l Fo".Ny, Monilqnef' the very lest
minister a -
exclusiveness" of many several. large denominationsin more the Jurisdictional Name Sunday, April 11 I I, U ei- p.pol cktmborUin. Grotm city.Children of the, St. Janus Fe.U.,'. mother. In REAL ESTATE..
'rot e.t ant denominations Protestant America.It act giving right teed personal ton9r.tyi.tioaSpelling Moni1na Family was Louis A. Choral group performed (for the Henry C Douglas
to preach, but la also a sacramental ,
fhe adage, One church Is as was. suggested that the .
ood as another" has been Episcopal Church together act by which the Jl IJ N. Magnolia A"..
United minister I* empowered to administer St. Bernard 41$ 240
h. popular outgrowth of the with the Presbyterian 4U.oo4'ORGANS
Inches of denominational difranees Church: Invite the Mtthodl.tChurth and to make present beeMIAMIWicaers Cardinal stronger CU.LMAV, AlabamaFa.her .
', in the practical er and the United the sacraments for the life urges ( Hilary U. Dreaper 0,S B.
Church of Christ to form a of the Church Generally, this of the regional has beers appointed president

plan! of church union. This view has not beea shared by Columbian 8qulrsipelUnf I school of St Jlmard College here, Fleer Model CW-ouh
ORLANDOWINTER union would blend the traditionalist maty ef the "mare re bees will| compete In Catholic system It wai announced recently. )lie.
catholic (not Catholic formed" evangelical becomes the seventh president 30% DlKOUnt
the Florida state Catholic
) churches with their emphasis Churches which Churches are in the history W the NO DOWN PATMNTMcKinney
spelling le to be held at Immaculate NC--Kranc! Cardinal said "it
PARK on lacrameat and partners In this merger OMAJIi ( ) Spellman Alabama collageFwrwfure .
liturgy and the stxalled We must await the proclamalice USalle ,High fcpool would be a tragic mistake for the Church to abdicate her
Bible centered reformation of the merger end Its here at I puss oa April 24. place of pride in education and please God the never will." R.\ heltt..d
churches with their emphasis theological basis before further A four year high school The New York prelate ad At Prices Yen Can Alf eed Music Co.
and the "minis Judgments can be made scholarship will be awardedto to religion" The Cardinal Free titimiM 2 Blocks' east eH 1 1.4
WHEN )'OU EtP; e5 preaching
dressed 1 rally her Inaugurating said tathollrs In America
this act of American the 11th Ell REUPHOLSTERING ;
.... w priesthood of aU believers" esj winner trophies "Open Ivtnmgi"im
.... try
".. ?r.'tee. /.611IAbe' Protestant ecumenism. for the first, second and third :\ a1I million have established a vast net 3011yr $.. Oren}. Av.. 1 W. F.irb.nti
........... Std(*. It is to be hoped that this places and I trophy will be campaign to expand arihdio- work af democratic Ire aaihoolii 6A1-1717 Winter Park
............. Sian.D. wmed.s. This sales would\ mu.JIM wUl not be mergers for per amrdcd to the KbooJ! of the cute educational facilities have educated mil
.... "M.'dI.. B.wp"r Strip ger'i sake and hang the first place winner and acknowledged: that a lions SdiaaTs theological and doctrinal. The principal speaker .t Catholic element in this ruun contributed greatly t. the 4CII1t121aei' Orlando's fatostJfATPHAL
C.B P. .
r BLAKE try "the wisdom .saodb rsJ, the gathering ells be John questions "maswa I\HK
ORLAXPO ornCE 61TTLYTURNITURN DiVito, rata deputy of thekalghts having Catholic schools and fields, "at great sipense, ., growing banT1111Ti1f k

ADYERTISIatgNeAdY coons", rose toTsb of Columbus pouring Into them vast' resource constant sacrifice" atsggerlnggenerosity -
of and manpower
: QT11CTr ItrrUu LtwISc011EXTERMINATING money
Ins awdk MMOU Ml tteuKM CO. ," "Wo shall\ not falter now crote from Ct James
I tho** OA 5 HIS Ot *M,* .*, .rU". Ave, w.r. |M>rMI4 seas The Cardinal told "PM" audlrnce W. must never nUndua toil -
TM KUM It-w* rrN.r It Ml* WM..4 ftt...... a M SMSautm which packed theo great field of endeavor. He
....... r aka Clvfa Auditorium must not forsake whit liar fathers "'GUARANTEED SPRAY SERVICE
tAnrU 1 II that 'dUC'UOII and faahloned\ for us end for fOO ANNUALS SHRUIBtRV
M.1eVe i IWt'MARY religion g. together Just as future generations We mustgo FERTILIZER and GARDEN SUPPLIESJ

CARTER PAINT STORES BARNEStnunal' WEST CHURCH ST. surely as faith and freedom forward not only for our 4 W LANDSCAPING A NURSERY
AND do.* Ha said religionii not own sake but for the sate ofall
"Where yet ky' ee |a. Gel one Iree" FLOOR (n'LRIG.u: FISH MARKET Just another subset{ taught la Arncrlra, because every IMO I W, FAIRIANKS AVE, WINTER PARK

JIT I Ed9t...er ORLANDO ns W.MittrDONUT, Our," FRED WTIMATWMM : Cathelle school, "but Is the girt .e make to our schools Is
A.. Ora.|e Ur|"ale mall Settee AI..,tLOISTERS. "Integrating thread |lit all educatloa pot pity a oontributMii to the
UASba J.NIf ." strength of religion, It la also
OYSTERS The religion-centered KhuU ao Investment la the growth WATKiNS
CLAMS SHRIMP Is M Just i sort of l luxury and grratnais of this nitoa| ,"

rAQVETTf MOTOU CRAIMEAT SNAPPER which people who art well| off r Cardinal 5jHman said

.fZ40.'". ..... -p.tlderey5.r. Xagtaaltrie aetpeutes slates 141 w. Church GA 2.1721A9UINO'S ran afford, but a necessity fer The cardinal UI ]joined/ at PAINT WAUPAWWMTM \1 1o.u.oo
) HioeCet DeaeiaAt ...,.I.1SN .......... which people of modest means the rally by Omaha Archbishop
....__ 7.... PAK
.- their hard Orald T Hergan
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I Ton The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 1963 Cardinal Meyer

; 1 Officers from Germany DUADRICENTENN1ALMONUMENTS': Mourned by Church in America

view Nombre de Dios I! ', BEING ERECTED BY THE cr..I1..... ".. p.. ..., til he became Archbishop of
the Lake cemetery in Mun- Milwaukee in 1953.
(('..II.u" trim ,.!. .*.) to the visitors that the first BIOS\ delein Illinois Funeral arrangements .
DE Last November, Paul
tlonal attention on the Mission. permanent settlement I in fi MISSION 2E NOMBRE followed wishes named Cardinal Meyer Pope to the

America at the Mission wasspearht'aded expressed by Cardinal Meyer, Sacred Congregation of the
by a Spanish
Mr. BromirsU pointed out ARCHITECT Holy Office. In a departurefrom
military leader of yesteryear, EUGENE F KENNEDY JRI Among the tributes and
.General Pedro Me- "" ERSE messages of condolence that tradition, he was not
PontifF blesses ncndez Captain de Avllcs. TILE Ail'' COMPANY" came here from many sources required to Iran his archdiocese \
m the cable and reside la Rome.
.ERS was expressing the
The West German contingent $
golden rose lorPortugal's included Lieutenant General AMMOND, INC grief of the Holy Father The Vatican City daily,
The Pope praised the Car*
Friedrich Uebelhack, L'Osservatore Romano, emphasized
shrine commanderin
VATICAN CITY (NC) Territorial Defense Commandof nM..rr outstanding zeal On Cardinal that he had provided
March > the Cardinal's (2nd
The Golden Rose which will the Federal Republic; I outstanding leadership at the
be sent to the Fatima shrine Colonel Heinz Burger, assistant 4 Second General Council of the
in Portugal was blessed by chief of staff of opera. ;T Vatican. It called him "one of
Pope Paul VI who said he tions and training, Lieutenant Pope Paul sends p the most authoritative members

hoped it would be a "mes Colonel Lothar Langer, and bringing to the debates
senger of eternal spring" for Mijor Peter Corr, condolences to an uncommon contribution of
the Portuguese people and a General! Uebelhack and his learning and of experience."

"symbol of their attachmentto teltovr! officers were extremely A M'r Chicago diocese .. -- .
the Holy Church." interested in the historic #

The gilded representationof and religious significance of VATICAN (ITSC) Cardinal Meyer -

which a rose Popes is a mark have of sent honor to the great Mission interest and in the expressed planned Visit Mission while on tour Pope Paul \'I sent a telegram birthday, the Pope had cabled Ught

improvements, particularlythe of condolences to the archdiocese prayer and his blessing. UpoutMGrS
persons, churches tribute.and shrines. Great Cross, which is de. Touring military Installations as the Bromlrskl, center, and Major General of Chicago mourningand
a personal children of the arch-
"For this reason, even since scribed as "A Beacon: of the guest of the department of defense, Henry W McMillan, commanding gen. praising Albert Cardinal diocese attended a Requiem
the earliest times, the Church Faith lieutenant General Friedrich A. Uebel- teal of the Florida national guard. r.
Meyer died on April 9 Mass for the Cardinal on April
has reserved for this day the The general requested that hack, left, took time to atop at the General Uebelhack is the commanding 12 in Chicago. Auxiliary Bishop !.ot NIGHTTIMI

blessing of the Golden Rose he be sent photographs and Mission of Nombre de Dios in St. Augustine general of the territorial defense force The message, addressed to. Aloysius J Wycislo of the PATIO ENJoTMNT.U AND YAiD.
which in its mystical significance descriptive literature of the and look at plans for the ouad. for West Germany. auxiliary Bishop I Clf'tu.O'Donnf'll. archdiocese who gave the
represents the joy of Mission ricentcnnial monuments with Henry vicar general of sermon, said the Cardinalwas E1e kit outdGal1ihtt
the twofold Jerusalem-the the archdiocese, was as tot\ a gentle man as a child work weeder..
Church triumphant and the General McMillan gave the lows: understands gentleness, yet cat an little

Church militant-and the German officers a briefingon "We are deeply grieved to Cardinal Meyer had headedthe I loc beauty end .tat,.
Immaculate Virgin, the most the history of the Mission Peace sought by world still have the sad news of the Chicago archdiocese since Sea your eUwtn

beautiful flower of Jericho and plans for celebrating the death of Cardinal Albert November, 1953 He becamea contractor or
The rose will be deliveredto 400th anniversary of the Meyer and while assuring our Cardinal in 1959. He was lighting it r..
the Fatima shrine May 13. Birthplace of the Nation." possible to attain, Pope says prayers for the repose of his born in Milwaukee, the third

soul we express our sincere child of a grocer, Peter James
Shrimp boats lead off ((..tl>..4 ins pin ...) Pope Paul offered Mass at The Pope was assisted at sympathy to all our beloved Meyer. Two other sons became

I Milan, and members of Catholic the main altar of St. Peter's Mass by two Cardinal deacons children of the noble arch. executives and the fam
organizations. They diocese of Chicago to which ily's two daughters became T
youth and used the Italian language Alfredo Cardinal Ot- I
craft at pier blessing took their places on the vacant tavianl, secretary of the con Cardinal Meyer gave such Sisters b
tiers of seats used by The church echoed with the gregation of the holy office, Inspiring leadership and to The Cardinal's early careerin 4
cc..tI.... f.... .... ...) Several thousand residentsand the Fathers of the ecumenical responses. The choral parts and Augustin Cardinal Bea, which he devoted himself the Priesthood was that of

began with a noon Mass visitors crowded the council when it is in session.As of the ceremony wete sung president of the secretariate with outstanding teal We a seminary professor and rector .
at the Lyceum (used while shoreline and the Bridge of the Pope passed them they by the children's choir from for promoting Christian unity. lovingly Impart to Your Excellency He was Bishop of Superior
the Cathedral is under renovation Lions to watch the colorful waved their palms and ap Rome's working-class parishof Three Priests read the Pas. clergy, religious and Wisconsin, from 1946 un-

), and after Mass the ceremony. plauded. St. Francis Xavier, sion according to St Matthewin faithful of the archdiocese of
procession made its way T Italian while the Pope Chicago in pledge of consoling Requiem offered
south on historic St. Francis Mtt stood motionless. Then, hold. divine graces and blessingsour
Street, east to Avenlda Menendez ,,w ing a staff topped with across paternal apostolic" benediction nAn IOnT, Iou (NC)
and then north to the he delivered his ser Paul1.. So'emn'! Requiem Mass for

City Yacht 1'ler.Monsignor mon. Amleto Cardinal Clcognanl, Sister Sabina Mary Henderson

Pope Paul noted that there papal secretary of state also 55. second president of
Burns, pastor of sent a telegram of condolences here
Marycrest College was
4r were two parts in the day's
Cathedral Church, led the ceremonies. The first'as having known Cardinal offered last week in Sacred
procession to the edge of the + the blessing and distributionof Meyer for many years during Heart cathedral
pier, where a wreath in the the which recalls his term as apostolic delegate Sister Sabina Mary diedon
form of an anchor, in the red the palms in the United States March 30 at the 1000-stu- .IELDRIDA pown S LIGHT LS'
triumphant entrance of
and yellow colors of Spain, dent college which she headed HILM MHO ftOHOA. j
Jesus Into
was dropped into the water. r Jerusalem. The la the put weeks the Tope 1961.
second part was the grave asked often about the Card-! since
""'"''''''''",,,,,,,,,,,,,\ and solemn reading of the nal'l condition and showed

Subscribe now f Passion. great Interest. I ReUACLE"Lot
The Pope asked! how It li
,un"" ,,,un""," ,\\,,,. 'T g a1eatj possible to reconcile triumphand The Pope was Informed of crl
the Cardinal's death shortly
tragedy, which he de. after it occurred and in the Especially recommended) at an aid 'In tfi. treatment for ...
FURNISHEDAPARTMENTS N' ; 14w scribed as "the great continuing evening he offered his rosary comfort due to dry scaly tU, FUNGUS ;infection of the
9 contradiction." for him. The following mornIng hands, naHt, EARS, ATHLETE'S foot, PSORIASIS, rash' ,
he celebrated Mall for prickly heat, chafing end sunburn. Gives a soft velvet. KU
"And from It we learn that future. Only $1.25. refunded if not MtTifled.let's .
: the repose of the Cardinal's Monty
our sorrows, our fate, our
Rmrvationi arranged, soul.
.,..less i ,. hope most not rest In material
ing facilitias, NEW YORKWORLD'S w .
triumph but on the desire for .r .y. ....
FAIR tourist ae.commodationi. .
Air conditioned Wreath for those who died at sea the higher world. Jesus sacrificed r..I.0.-...,.." ::": _...r":: f
free parting, felevi- Illimelf for us and
lion AT THE GATE OF Navy bearers of a memorial wreath, Knights of Columbus furnished a full- thus saved us In pain and love FTt J ;

THE FAIR: Writ To shaped like an anchor and decorated dress escort for the procession on Palm from the true evils which assault .

with Spain's national colon, left the Sunday, the day of the annual blessing our lives and our des
Mrs. M.J. Bondanza Lyceum in St. Augustine followed by of the fleet. tinies."

54.18.111 Street a color guard. The fourth degree At Communion time the 4

Corona 68, N.Y _. _-- Pope gave Holy Communionto ?
about 50 especially chosen

IVMICAIIS/ OUI WINDOW U1I11 Worth of Roman girls and boys, while
24 Colored Potttr Stamps I 25 Priests studying at the :
e 4 Highlighting the history of College! of the Propagation of : 'L
h Florida 400th Anniversary II individualstressed the Faith distributed Holy
Communion to thousands of r J '
I Price $1.00 include dturip- \ \

tin folder with damps t Wh' others. Kett
,, mailing Write to: J ALUMINUM :/ Following Is a translation of ,

Florida Potter Stamp t..-..M** Mtf luimcAur..> H ..... CfeM. l..,., VATICAN CITY (SC-) Pope Paula talk at noon to
the crowd in St Peter'ssqufee
ew. fmMtft *.l/ Wwtfewt 4 0 y
P. O. tot ITS tOt'.. |**.M| iKtW, a.... lN.w41."*..t, Pope Paul1 told his Meekly :
1K..tZ' Land 0 taken, Fla.GAINESVILLE'S ""'cfcMtr. l.*. .| f WKrtW.1.... KlKUtM general audience (April 7)) _
MM l.iU SUM*.r.l1 HvtontMM Today throughout the world
.. a ,.,... SMC*. fit, MM ini that the concept of the people wherever there Is a community
of God does not mean that Is
of our Church, there
FINEST HOME VALUES TERMITES individual worth Is lost celebrated the feast of Jesus

"Each and every person Christ recognized as Messiah
SWARMING? has his distinct place, his as Our Divine King, as r
1O moat personal worth, his ewe Our Redeemer The palms
/ t: particular vocation and a and olive branches, which as '

mission all his e.-n, like each you know have become uni
Jl Jl t / piece of a mosaic," the Tope versal symbols of peace, are
HUGH EDWARDS INC. said. blessed and waved Once McDonald'sfor .
fills our feait day new '
again peace
taste treat 1
.relit' TWO BLOCK* MOM caD I The Pontiff stressed that and our hearts. a
IT. PATRICK'S "the mass does not detract
PARISH AND iCHOOL from the value of each single Thus may the world be filled :
X :X. 16U AT. ISth Street McDonald'sFiletOFish
which It
person ho goes: to make up with peace always
I.r eh. a.a. al pew he.eV the People of God. It is thus need: se much. What Ihea

that the mass of people In can we say en this feast .(
the Church does not suffocate the ellve brine .f peace?

the specific and inimitable We tell you above all that
singularity of the individual
peace Is a duty, a supreme "
believer but rather exalts good a human relationshipwhkh Cmp cad eVd... Filet O'FJ. Mrv.4pipme ,

It" always and by aU must : ; hot ... a pomp fold* bunt with, : '
OOOOOOOOOOGOO! The Pope said that It was be desired And is peace pltnty/ ef sassy farts M this aspect of the thousandsof sought by all with sincerity ..1I'.ct
j jo M really y" e real .d" was ;iw toM "fill"i
Individuals at his audience
disinterest and love? enhf 24c1 ye
that gave him hope for the
o S m world, the "hope above all Present conditions make us I'r
doubtful and almost! make us
that each one of you is and
BA AT lose hope that men can be
It always will be a faithful son
stetrNsPIIIENOIY of the Church: It Is no longer capable of attaining peace
enough for you to be presentand and of persevering in effortsof .
x and brotherhood
YOUR devout at the tomb and reasonableness ,
chair of St Peter. All which makes peace
life must be! animated by your afeeling possible Instead, today's look for the gotten trchesMcDonald's..

; and a concept of ronsnmis feast day WMOTM this hope
SERVICE F g gg loyalty to Oirictinjt| that peace It not only a duty

D and working in. Ids Church" but I I. possible It Is possibleIf
Christ Is accepted by UI,
g So. g M.THUS.t. o. k ta.re/e*...HMM
Fla. 1
Are at Lime St. VACATION It His Gospel/ becomes the inspiring c..*... Mn..ea charter of chilUatwa
0 LAKELANDCDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO C woos f'Ll" ,_......... and of life It is a duty and a
8 1 '",.... rN ..... -_Nl... hop which we place in the ( one near youQ!) '
I.. art ."a ew ....._._
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.m1 ..., ..,.. be
....IIN ens It .. that both may not taut .
for us.

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