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 23, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
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System ID: UF00079916:00069
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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Ancient City will draw attention to Americas Oldest

\'OL. \\\ '1. No. 25 Orlando Florida, Friday April 23, 1965 10 t Mission for two Important events:

C In the morning; of April 25. two Priests will, be ordained r, i
on the grounds of the sacred Mission of Nombra

Optimism themeof de Dies. In the afternoon Catholic Florida will return to

the scene of America's Christian beginnings to participate

in the annual Low Sunday Pilgrimage at the Mission of
Nombre de Dios.Archbishop.

Joseph P, Hurley will officiate at both
Easter the ordination and the pilgrimage

messageVATICAN The construction of the Great Crews and the Votive ,
Church at the Mission and the remodeling of the Cathedral

CITY (NC) Pope Paul VI, speakingon .: onlT the world outside man of St. Augustine are drawing national attention to the
I Easter to all Cathoics, all Christians and all men of but IhII orld within him 400th anniversary of the Oldest City and parish The

good will said that optimism is the message of the Resur his own heart and soul I." Pope Cross will tower to the equivalent of a building more than

rection.'Optimism. Paul IIld."There 20 stones high and has been described as a Beacon of
of will be employed
progress Faith.
will prevail, be doubt r
to satisfy the worlds hungerand can no ,
the Pope declared.The to educate future generations that the heart of man, especially The two seminarians now torte site where America's ,
Pope also made what to bring remedies to the heart of contemporary concluding their theology studies first parish was founded 4
was generally regarded as a the recurrent ills of mankind man, is reaching: out at St. Mary'i Seminaryin The ordination: .., will
veiled appeal for an end to ." for We, for growth, for fulnesi Baltimore will begin at 10 a,m., April 21, at
the fighting in Vietnam. II* of knowledge and ponei prtient the Mission
said: His 1500-word speech, delivered sion, for the power to will\ themselves to the Bishop of Low Sunday Pilgrimage _
"May the day corn on from a balcony over and to enjoy, for achievementof St. Augustine for ordinationat l'frtmonif'111'111 be carriedout
looking a crowd of more than Jl"ttia.!
," F1i _
which\ the discords among 100,000 people who had bravo happiness the outdoor altar on the beginning at 3 p m
win be resolved not But the asserted rounds of the Ancient Mis-
peoples Pope that The two events will bring
ed ram to attend his Man In
with the fore of arms but St Peter's square, broughtthe man's restless search for happiness 'Ion.From people to the Ancient City St, Augustine's Oldest Mission in U.S.
rather In the light of reasonable mystery of the Resurrection ",tira up In his heart time to time. Archbishop from near and far to be a
negotiations And I. t to bear on the problems feeling of desolation, distress Hurley has ordained part of special religious events When Low Sunday's pllgt'Image been cleared of buildings for the votive
every war and guerrilla operation of modern man. fear deep-rooted pessimism Priests at America Most in this North anniversary yearof takes place April' 23, out of town visl! church foundation, right and the Mla
give way to constructive and uncertainty about Sacred Acre. the Mission of St Ai:;iistine. Each past ton will see preparations underway for inn Cross on the tip of the land back
collaboration which ii "Such! a positive, opllmlstle the future."' All then destroy hombre de I>io,. It Is the hli of the dsj a program will be lead
the Quadrlcentennlal monuments at the ground The bridge: that will ever,
mutual and fraternal. viewpoint drawn from the foundations of happiness, the
I site of America's Oldest Mission U.S. center is
half.'nmplC'tf'd across IIMrl-
"And may the day come on mystery .( the risen lift I Pop said.
which the prodigious energies throws Isle clear relief notEaster "Th. sam could be said I Highway 1, foreground passes at left tal Creek The wooded area seen of
of that characteristic feature i the drive Into the Mission of Nombre the Low Sunday pilgrimages, Is to be

of our time, social coexistence d* Dios In St. Augustine The land has left as it la.

so familiar in our worldof
change and yet so difficultto enacted before the altar erect who Mem, teach, offer Mass bNNNN.N.NasoisNNNNs
maintain so Insecure in I .d on the historic ground and Preach the Owpel( Graduations
its outcome whether for pear where 400 years ago Menen the ordlnandi are the Rev.
or for war. for freedom or for des from Spain f o u n d e d Mr William L. Stabler son The Department of Edu<*.
totalitarianism and slavery America Oldest City and rf Mr and Mn Io L State ties of tK. Diocese of St. AK-
for the construction of a Father Ropes/ founded America lee of Sacred Heart parish guidnt Ii rteoivinq lnf rm.tio"
world society in collaboration R 's first parish Green Cove Springs: and the eonsornlnqtK l qroo'uitiond
for the destruction of for high schools In the.
or Beneath the arches If old Ilev Mr Roland M Jules,
asr everything that has b. e n r."IPMrReverend+ son of Mr and Mrs Clarence" Diocese, Thus f.r, Monsignor
trees, near the statue of that
planted and built the .r Paul Mortimer DI/llh., department
up on : M Jullen of St parish
first Priest of this
parish director. hs boon eietifiod .f(
face of the earth. In Davtona Iteach ,
nation new Priests will be dies( bete In May and the com
The declared that ordained to offer the Mass as They are eupwted to Join
Pope the moncomonts' Mt for Jute I 1.1 In
In the afternoon events onIh..lr
spirit of Easter: "rslsei up h* did four centuries ago 10 cities. Princlp.ll.f the
w'wt cut of this temporal shy of The Honda families of both ordination day. schools are preparing' shidonh

mss the timeless city of God, young men will b* present to, Archbishop Hurley will lead. for graduation coromoniM.. The
In this way giving life I* cot witness the Archbishop raise the pilgrim front all over lilt o* dales will b* reported
present Ideals and striving toward ReverendMr. their sons to the altar of J G-HJ Ihirlils In the taw Sunday !later,

unity and universality Mr. Julien Stabler( to Join the rank of I'm eetl' Pilgrimage. Those present ....." ,,,,,,,,,-,,,.-
toward freedom tempered by fir Ih* morning event of orlsjyy.l >
the! Loy Sunday Pilgrimage.
Mm sad! remain"/ for the
a concera fur Ioll will Th. sign of antiquity whichis
what Is right sad good." eftrrnoa'e Irsdltlunal, prsjren .
on the city of St AUlu.tln.I'
If* cried out May the day Families will one that tell the countrythat
finally come when m.n111 pray The sermon at the pilgrim'' It was rooted In religion
put aside their fsli ideologies ago will I h. given' by the I'l The low Sunday pilgrimage
rioter of tIM Minion of Nom
s urged on by their need of this 4IM"h anniversaryyear
hr. d. Dlos athr Michael recall' hit th
for nw wisdom or because serves to *
2 for
they hav. accfitd this new May vocations V GannonTh very ground of the Mission
wisdom which reveals man s pnveMlon on the means In the history of the
trw nature a* wU as his true grounds will I include families nation Fiploratlons of" Florida
d....' Staff Writer formation about the Iiuh Cot and school children who will. (preceded the founding her
at St. Peter'sPope Tli. Pope final eipreutoo KT .IK.IMINh; lathers strong In faith end legei was obtained from a honor the deepraded slgnlflranc at M Augustine of the Oldest
of the sit In preying In the United Slates.
of IsasjtM far seminarian In Ireland
was an end to
manly virtues and and devoted mother of familiesIn ,
Paul Easter Md ,.. pure teaching has Indicated the rosary The statu of Jut Monumental work Ii now underway
VI on Sunday prayed from paWical rellgtoM p. Papal
which the love .
of (kat and neighbor reign I< supremeAd lady of IM lithe, patron "t to memorials the
emens Hid that the sublime Prlett.
the balcony of St Peter lUtilka, Vatican Qty said strife lie ( CathelM ffewniotU, encyclical: of pope Pius X1)) hood calls for lofty gifts The the 0....., will be csrrM 4noth/ anniversary of that

for the day to come when discord among people And M there no kinder be have given the Church most of Her saintly Itt hoj and dignity of the office s I ItlesthnM Hymn will tie sound until all foundingFvtryon,
will be resolved by reason not force lie Is kttU'- on this earth any '>f three oeliberatolv Priest, They owe the beginning of their vocation and ., and the maintenanceof are In their places limit the : Ii Invited to help
ed giving his annual Faster nvesnageRKtril caused. and useless their holiness to the ex a becoming reif**'t and esteem rustic altar outdoors. the Church mark the Quadrlcentennlal -

OITIMISM" pigt flu ample and leaching of such P rents That Is a reasonV'Jomen's among the people| | | d- IfawiNiktl"n i>f the MoitftM by partlrtpation
why pasturs are baking ".\\111 It.S, bark page | ><| Srrniefit will CIM. In events on late Sunday,

parents amt children", to at. -
convention to hear tend Mans. In family groups

on Sunday, May 2, to join Diocese of St. AugustineSt.
In Pop Paul Vis WorM

chief of Gemini space flight- tions.Day of Prayer for Voca. Augustino, Florida

('OTt ) Two members' of th. hierarchy, the address trhHvM U be by oVanrry spiritual modVra. Prior to that Ood SkeaJiordda April 15, 10 1f'Vf"1I1 1 Pries'' and member of the "laity. tachidinf Lt gives by Archbishop. Hurley. mrs and) lay officer of th* iundey oM.n.... Tke Flerl

Col l John J. Albert U.8.A.F chief of the Gemini cfevwion, al the final kssojiel ccNednwday d..asry IHCW councils I incsMvosjCion Catholic I J. psskgc Ma{ Dear !Reverend" Father
.., this week aid nest .mist
will provide the program for the annual convention of f'1tHIC. prosjrsnvsTV -
Catholic women of this Dtocene. CoJotH. Amrt .to now lbw who piM to attend detmrry spiritual nvtderstors mince pretiored. espol.Iiy to Th aril. esamtoatlon. for the pfftopectlv seminarhM -
empeuuU' th* infortaw' tit Dtor will tak. plate during the last
at work with the astronauts on the voyax 01 Gemini only the dinner do not n4' are Monsigjwr Mil et mir #**
Unto ...ce. to register. acroreavg I* .flan J. Mullally It M Paul th* sacred ITktUwodCn4Matei week cf Aped at th* |planes hated below,

'our hundred at May 1. after attend! Mats Tatter J..... J I.....,. wmkswdi > parish III Dayton Beech, for the priestly Cardinal Moony Hllh"hMI.
rears ksostsigaor C L WsUml.r. of r.1.1 April 24tb
VwaMoei are being urged top.eee
Faith the them d the ears to pray for Ik. dsmf It taw Ute the puuh eosivoatim cemmsttinslaimMg at tt Martha swrim.. M lara. ,t theme.hes fr the Sarasota T;(X) P.M.

ventm -- will pay Ire history UCCW ntwtssMitlktmstK** th* Ramada law .iMneever at, Father Arthur L Ihin- first step towards the sHri .
of th* Chun at. non- wall consort nftri. warmatsspat lit Taeeday AprM 27tl> fthhor Harry" High
advanr signs holy Sprit p portsfc m of God by iMoVsjossg esasMoatmni -
rrrvs4MMS shoatdko
da from gaJlemM to missilesDe the Ramada IM Throeeat LaN wets. .... Father James M. Petersburg TiOO PM.
mad tar taw .
dsmwi h
gates win .kr taw OM .
glerwM cwrvntMS. Mrs.Urtkrr .
I Y.dwer/I *f t* perishess
th* past MIl hwwry. nth* J.*. *f Brad*****, said / Ferry awl. lk City Pailor will mike the. arraogemeiils TS'erlne1ayA. ..d 7/th Central- Cat pule HighTOOPVL
making w die addrssms tilt srvsidnM awlw AfsvtiM MonsifMr Patrick K Ns Meat MfMfkrasrt *f the hi. fr the 'f""r* Tamps :
be give by tN ifimspsJ Dinrtossi CMSK-I.! of Ian st M Paul ports* si JarksssMriOe live srmliurUni of
a perish
try rio od addr*** s will 3W.> ItIahop Moor IHgh School l
speakers Carnal Worn will .be "traler, aid .tt.. TlHt *4ay Aped
atssslod tie tmw I* be mad 'by (for U present ( the orals Orlando T:00 f.U.
Th* program will spa r prvssttef by ...brDCCW r tW Vairosjt E Imsth of Priests of the DIoc.*... >'sth are belag held la their' srea.Arrhblshno .
formally cm May 4 with ffinals. tt JIM Vlanswy pedal taOrlaodo er Matthew J. Connolly of M Father Ifs High, dlML
solemn pwtaVal Mew. that ........ mwWolorf Joseph P. n.r-l Friday Apt* 3Wi
Tuesday moramg at In* The tread flaal. .a1 twe1 UM 1XXW. will be awul l "0\1t'\1.: back page .leys letter. puNished t this Daytona ri* eh TOO: Pit

Church of Our Saviour ta Educators lane. give the sciiedsll fee Saturday May, lat tetNtp Ke( -y Weh ******
Cocoa Beach.ArtkbHb convene Uw oral esamuutaws far Jatkaans'tEe! 10:00: a m
prooeectlv i..mia>ar1as. AH
..* Joseph P HI,. pastors heard from"" him! ttti Moue them oral I esam .*!tJ ns la your
ley win celebrate the )lsi.. .
Schools essential week akm .
to Church'sstrength the prframFl _II. Also" yon are
Ta* sermon -\tfl k* rite fey parish en a* b.for* ffwMky.- April
Bishop harks It. MrUsgkUs. whn* hi .*... k.*s* are naked t* melee arrsaj..m**. a for the prf-rt. '*T"Unrta !

tk* sattUsry .f the ()tfh. *. Bishop Elwell chants at air W the sm... .a *f year |..rMi Iii b* i>r.**ot for the oral **aml.
., says series ill K.*>* when .
RaUgk.Xloramf eotlem to be held /m yow sra.Hofef
".**.. ar* king tread .tar
ad aftenao. ..a eo NI3i Hi* fxor*** of M AngMlm the Urn tt the oral ...mlnat....., ttt afore
101I\-A Yfot"u n Catholic: educator predkt- th author of srtrral I I' Ii
senses' sessions will be hMm Similar ro..,.* of aomsMTm wellM oncnt. bwrtof th* am.. east sges *f the
Ramaoa is*, th. k.*.d- there win be a "soft spot" fa n the otretifth at th* L'nH4 boons. spot. 'April 21) St is I 1M MM Usuomd Ham* wllh pHsXImfsrtmc
esd fnon
quarters of tra eoaertaretto State Cbrth If It df.rts from the effort to offerto third general. mtmg of "xM i sbiil>H ta cur sent miss. yeas- aegis .w wisp ati yaw

Cocoa Beach. .aeroea- .b0&r4" educaU iuLb aa many children a* poa aojusl esseostats of th*. n. damMam eleM tit.V ire yon. qqr a trMl ....MI. I am
At the diner M Tuesday :-. Nasal Ca' .he Edascatja I iimsaims bi bees t-
tv.... Ca4on Albert wffl al AtMf'IoaUIML worded tit M .hy .....*.,...;iHkmat4 rVv t Calhotie schonts, said snO- Th prelate eva e*..4 eosvfistisK
ISM Catballrs- .
tow addreti A return sgplyMrnetb at the reams fm
Nary B."So CUrac' E El mat smsrk *4 m* J-vh r. IlnrlyArebbWsop ,
of hts eiprrieac ta the fJ*'. ad Ye/erthtp Jet (MMSMry. .attw E.c ..-.
wed *f OrtUod. where 1M aw. Leg fan oy CaJfcx. ... .
ffarti of the fatted States the CawrraBMnoChrefl Will ..... si Mgawa >
... ........
all 1.
will b* lewd st the conchmoa has beats s.f>a<**jslB< *l whs) hoW a s raw << of lag p>ovt*.d the kafarmatioo .
..... of $t Augwhr.
oIlfIWIIf..t .. HMvop
a .
"* this artori srhonU sow tHi. srvio Meiseatial dttrtarat .to smratioa f:urn aloiwt the AaMfirMi Col.lf ___ _
** Wednesday anentsg. sckns elC..d Harvard I'mvorsity aa4 Is 'U.J\IU.JJ, page Use M Loots ami the .isv

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Two The. Florida: Catholic, Friday, April 23, 1965
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St. PetersburgBLESSED Sarasota DeBaryST. l theological possibilityWASHINGTON

TRINITY three-day country fair On April (NC' ) Catholic theology does

Blessed Trinity Women'sClub at Our Lady Queen of Mar- of St not deny the possibility of rational beings living on a due
has elected the follow. tyrs parish grounds, Sarasota tant planet in space. This point has been stressed in r*.
Ing officers : Mrs Sofia scene of
opens today, Friday,
Lover, president; Mrs Don April 23, at 4 pm. Father officers ( cent years as investigationof and were never given another
aid McVey, vice.president; Joseph P. Moran, pastor and son space expanded.It chance to be reinstated In
Mrs. George BlaIne, treasurer the committee members invite James arose again in the wakeof God's grace."
Mrs. George Etbert:; recording partronage: a soviet icientist'i claim These beings, he said couldbe
secretary; and Mrs. Hours: Friday, 4.11 p.m., prayers t I that he had intercepted froman "creatures with keen Intellects .
Emily I Cox, corresponding feature fish dinner M p.m.; closed the unknown distance in space l but with WWI
secretary. Saturday, noon to 11 p.m., Mrs radio emissions which appearto strongly inclined to evil"
teen dance 8-11 p.m. music president have a pattern of regularity There are at least two other
Eau Gallia by The Villagers tral DCCW 3 However the Moscow report major possibilities, Father
ASCENSIONBenediction Sunday, open all day to 11 ed the of Gennady Sholomitsky, Connell mused. Space beings
of the Most pm. Coffee and doughnuts that the a radio astronomer, and his could have lost by sin a God.
Blessed Sacrament on April after all Masses; band concert conclusion that "rational given supernatural destinyand
13 was followed by a business 34 p.m by Mary Helpof the beings" are responsible forth extraordinary preternatural -
meeting of the Ascension Christians Boy's Band of of unity signals was greeted lib gifts.If .
Catholic Women's Guild in Tampa. lows great skepticism, but not out
such might be the
Rides fun house Thirty Plan Low Sunday travelAt by Westernicientisti ease,
Eau Gallie. Speaker for the games right rejection, It Is possible that God could
evening was Father Peter C. refreshments, snack bars, the They said a
Dolan, pastor of Our Lady of booths and white elephant ing: Mrs te}; suggestion of Monsignor of Nombre de Dios in St AU'.I.:, ; ..ie. natural explanation for the hate arranged for their R.

Lourdes parish and presidentof sale, all three days. president; J. Heslin, spiritual director the Leaders maing!: arrangements to travel radio signals can be made demptlon.
Melbourne Central Catholic Recently Father Moran welcomed christ, ; of the St, Augustine Deanery from Jacksonville to the Ancient Father Francis J. Connell "It could be that the Second

High School Father Dolan new officers electedby Alice I I ; the Holy Name Societies are plan. City are, from left Naif Mu stressed that the Catholic the parish Guild. They are and Mrs who is former assumed the nature of rational
Holy Name partSc'pa'ion! in the C. Deihl, Wilmcr Dmgham and M. F. theologian -
high school plays an Impor- Mrs Calvin Lallurd, president treasurer. Sunday pilgrimage to the Mission Atwood.Catholic dean of the school of sacred beings of another world as
tant part In the life of youth. ; Mrs. Vincent Mercad- of Mrs. theology at the Catholic Unt well as human nature on
Evidence of the high aca- ante and Mrs George Abraham Deltona ersity of America here commented earth. Or, one of the other
demlo standards was provided vice presidents; Mrs reside in on the possibility of Divine Persons could have
recently by two students of John Calbert, secretary; and Daughters f io holdleadership space creatures become Incarnate on another
Central Cathollo High whoscored Mrs Dominic Bar nab e I Winter HIGH SCHOOL "Theologians have never planet he said.A .
.'4c, ,..inc.Oana
wall in National. treasurer ST. dared to limit the omnipotence final major possibility
Science Competition, -he said- St. president, is rem.ndmg; : institute; in May of God to the creation of mentioned by Father Connell
Loretto of the school that the
The Guild is sponsoring a of Winter the world we know," he said. Is that these beings could
pool cards and luncheon ST. JOSEPH important for the Bishop Kenny ST. PI'TI: :fI"BI'GG M s. Frank Sc:'-dell, Florida have been created "in a purely .
Mrs. Frank G. Long has researched School Daz.iar is ao lie added that "neither
party on April 28 at the horn the history of the 29, -May 9.'hl h is State ttc: nt of ths Cathol :s Ca:ghtcrs of America, has revelation the common natural state, without any
of Mrs. Raymond Soucy, 649 Church in this area, with the Braungart third Sunday a.tr ahrounccd: that the b.fnnal: : I l-adership! : institute will be tfach'ng of the Fathers Tra- supernatural or preternatural
Denis Drive, Almar Homes, assistance of an official of new Tile goal is 5OJ.OO.: held for sate CDA courts on "3" 6. dit'on' nor the solemn pr. gifts and with merely a Daur.1 ,
Eats Gallic.. The donation is of the happiness for aU etenlty
be the St. Augustine Foundation. ; Danaher!! said: Court Little: FIcv.er lilt of Tampa will be acting nouncfmrnU of the Popes
.M and reservation
|1 may on, and but without the possibility
The heroic stature of Father I am sure tncre are thou rule out the o(
254-4297, All as h- -.:::' to the women. possibility
made by calling the new of seeing God. "Their condition -
f: i cut t' s:ate will be most
(Henri Clavreul and other distinguished of wonderful Catholics life, perhaps similar to ours,
will benefit the As-
proceed Priests who have ta'te '( In fact, I Maw ,,11be\ csltbrat ':r vc'acme: at the institute on another planet." would have been similarto
tension school library. that now given Infants who
staffed that parish for gen Reports it because over the past the women at 9 a m at t a Tae: Catholic "
The Ascension Women's standing ; CaujUers natc.ul If God has created other die without Baptism, a*
moderns to : I have dialt with "
erations causes years Church of t Brandon
e Nativity
C"nnitn'unlay : :
is bo the hostess corporate said.
Guild to
and the rational beings, he said, theologians -
of the marvel at some of their hardships or t -m in ray capacity; by Father Tha':::itws: P.'zL''h. ( will be obser 211J May
corps the first night the research shows. party to nt of tl'e; high .. can imagine variety elected
:: : .
convention 3 :: Following brrVt: 8. Curt B'e: : -d: Ei. a rlh Superior
DCCW on May
of states in mightex
will be they
4, and I to be held at the All of which reminds i and as a nariih Pr sit. r'>, lass, the pro: r:::'I> for Ann Selon 1") rf I';-I'.. ROME (NC) BruUlaamlliional'
friends of this North Florida plans! are all v.,!'! *. ti hilp! st.
Cocoa Beach. t 1'1. t'li': r ::11 be carried cut at Park will be I'" s la the AristldesFirovano
Ramada Inn
could be these Bishop
luncheon It that )
that will receivethe Kenny Hlgi': School. I
"A Night in Spain" Is the area they 20 will ) .-. tie Shav-Taw Inn in Bran- c:" -Is In 1>1. re.-.i.urg; :; on beings receded from God the P.I.ME., of Ma-
customary warm wel. asking theM 's f a on 1. tht
entertainment theme plannedfor come at Mandarin if they will The 9 and show tii-.r .r.st .1A day. same supernatural and preternatural superior
the evening. Mrs David attend the barbecue chicken ly at 8 p. school ors day wcrkshop accen- Hall! will be c-brated! atSc gifts given to
Dupont Is decorations chairman t : ag r>. :als, court etiuc'.te ical Institute for the
dinner set for the church the am calling a twar I -ed Heart Church, Pmel- Adam and Eve and never
and hits Carlo Mayer grounds, April 23 from 17pm tend. I" meeting :Icnday. ( :! aid question and,1III'U las Park at 10 a m. by FatherJa lost them. Thus they might Missions.
is hostess chairman. served :26! ot 8 at periods will be held. '-M Glop' p.m.
___...".__, .,, ... Bis'iop Kenny Cafetera Lurheon will be at 1 pm. be st the T,4es Motel and of pleasure" he said. Bishop was consecrated by
great prde that we the with Fatl-r Howard Litts of Bath Club St Petersburg "They then might be In- Pope Paul VI when the Pop
St. Petersburg )' of Bishop Kenny ha e Steubeiville, Ohio, as guest"er'cr Each at noon Father William tellectually and physicallyfar was Archbishop of Milan and
high school can only i j'e ; Father Philip A. C. OMara CSSR. of superior to us," he commented he has worked in Brazil for
;.Jardeck C.SS R, chaplain Ep'i'> In 17 Ho is now the bead
n t al n e d with the en any parish Tampa years
cooperation' of the will give the Invocation and wi'i,' be guest speaker. For Another possibility, he continued of a religious congregationthat
DANIEL T. WINTER & CO. v citizens who stand In Father McIIugh, the blessing further Information, mem- 'is a world of rational has 1500 members. They

Hospital School Bonds ... itlon to render help aM Mrs Scheidcll said that bets are asl! ed to contact the beings who, like the fallen operate seminaries In New
403 Florida Theatre Bldg. to us." Milling Catholic Daughters grand regents of their courts angels sinned against God Jersey, Ohio and Michigan

St. Petersburg ". ,. JOSE
Phone 862-0381 John Ross will be In. LOCATION
; .1 as president of the San'
; .. Orlando"l Catholic Guild on Mon. Camp Saint John Is located *n the ant kink of tf. SaM

ALPINEThe rJ-t J'f.C May 3, at a luncheon at Johns River at irtrUnd.; Florid. It" 14 mien! south *f
.Jw in Strickland's Town Jiclttimllt on State Road II.I H !it across the Saint! Johns
all nw Nursing Homo : 1 Members will attend of tkeShands
River from" Green Cove Springs, 10 "min north
for the font in Nursing gy Te m. Mass at the church t4 I Bridge.;
Homo Care.
deceased members of the
867-6571 New Smyrna Altar .
3456 2lit Av. South (' officers to be In-

Father Francis Donlan are Mrs, Thomas
cently installed officers of the first vice presi

Edouard C. Craig Ish Altar Society In New ; Mrs Robert Sin-lien-
him from left Mrs. second ,president;
are Mary ; JO
CeafreeIer..d Distributer'
Channmg Baker re-
Mrs. Mark Gla glow, recording ;
torVKon din g secretary; Mrs.
L. J. Parson, president; Mrs.
Mofot C.r.mT" )' Tuten, corresponding
and MOM!. The corresponding secretary; and ; and Mrs William

tI1.,+tIt St. S.. J47-4IOI chette, vlee-president. treasurer.
r s. tupene1nlnl: Is
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of the luncheon. ON THE ST. JOHNS RIVER

Tampa should be made r t
Holy Name Church ST. her at 73J1863 by April Switzerland, FloridaIn .

by St. TRINITY the quiet: woodland on the bath of fK. p'cturoiqu: *
ers Club. panshtonrrs of Blessed Saint Johni River, the Diocese of Saint Auauttm* ,has r ACamp
promote Church will hold their .it.bliih.d summer camp for boys and ,/;irla. At onetime
7eUa3o DON BARDELLA show, bazaar on Sunday, part of an estate, Camp Saint John hat "c.pti.; *., r
will be 2. A fried chicken din f.cilii.t to provide; wh'!Vtom' outdoor Hvinq in an otmetphero -
Manatee turiano will be served from noon of C.tholi< ,uid.IICI.

4649.UK Sliest, North 441 Central Av,, liMJSf amateurs 7pm. The bazaar to
will held on the church grounds CAMP SAINT JOHN PROVIDES FOUR SEPARATE
adults have coke booths, toy SESSIONS EACH SUMMER Dues

cents for a circus booth, an ani First Woodcraft (Revs Cmry) Sunday Juno II.
Woodcraft Siti'n.
booth, rides, and
Cameo Dining Room Newly pony Friday, June 2i
*...11..l L e b ( ; things to make it en Each session. Cornish of t.o weds of real l outdoor Lie
..,..It '.nl.. Puleo. : I I for the entire famih vith the ip.eal.mphai i placed on voodcraft water tportt, Second Woodcraft (Boyt Only) Sunday, June 77.
O EDWARD JAMES HOTEL ; of the bazaar 'is iflry, Kandicraf1; hiking; : ad ".t", itudy. Ttit wtn;*nt Friday, July t
Lucy Eugene C. Kohls with) are open only to bop between the. ages of I and 14.Catecriitm .
P.IUIM1 t....... ...(..*, Opt ..* log of his parlshir! "'s as First CeUchitm (Bern and &irU: ) Sunday, July II.
('.1.... .,..-..
D.llel... t....... ... 11..11. .t..... ma )' hairmrn. Season: Friday, Jury 2J

IITM Gilt A1Ia.] .Trea..r.I K' Nandesaet aelYSN. "'1... tary. Orange Th;s ....io"; contiift: ol ... mesh"| of wonderful camp t(. Second Cechtm: (toyi end G'A) Sunday, July H

Cocoa with; the ipeciel; emphasis; pieced on rt'ig' ;ou, initructio: Friday; August *.
Epiphany: Catholic.. The pro OUR Club of Port Orange.: the Ss; +.... The bal.nc..1 the day ;it devoted t* water Camp Rates
""' J. ll* Ballard Cocoa Install new officers on sports, hcndicraftt: hltunq; and games. Thin; Minon; it *p.n
President ty of April 39 at a buffet to both boyt and I girl; b.twen tfo .qll of I and '14. Sine' Woodcraft Sewon (Tee Weeli-loyt .nly' ) $"00 ((15 Mdtcount
the at 6 p m in the soci.d many moo applicationi w. nerved then' Mere '* space ; on appScates" ; roceivod; kofor* May 1 15. IteM)
r r .e has of the church Also to be available bn; necettery to adhere iricHy; to a deedNn date Special ,..sn :rf mor tKen. era from lastly" aftondt.Catchifn .
4! sill tiation are the newly elect for enrollment. And inasmuch *i thii; tti.n' .f Camp i wd.ngn.d : Seu.'on: (Tw. W.MIoY' end ftirh) $4S.00

a all men1 chairmen of the circles : etpecielty for thou children who for one reeion eranother ((1SOO dicount, if ppCcaton; rcod; bole* May II, .If41))
Orx'1' 111. are unable/ to attend a parochial: iJiool,
at John B. prrnc Specie!
p m. Gormley Sr rH if mere than eta from" family." aHondt.
/ 1. re N001.T w1; be given to thir. ; epTcatioxi./ However. th.*.* eppKce-
rmu.cse scare 4 b* the installing officer toni must b* received by the Camp Director; not .later tugs AI of tKi+ eaten are ..1..cIwti.; ; and no '...,..* ..1 be
...... 1a..w a ..1. H,1. ".r.? speaker will be Father May IS.... After thu; det application/ ; wl be accepted, ell".4Catholtc /.
,..., V Gannon
IU4e I.
.1 n./ 1e rite. .ealre
from any boy *r flirl; regardless of ich"l Hnded *l lonfl .
being<< installed are
ST. there i is specs.
Once Julia \\hite, president:
Society Loretta Wagner<< vies .
Pine ; Mrs John Wagner inrom.aHo ;-Jliutr tdBr: ; -e
lion to ; and Mrs Tom : For Further C 1n

4% greater treasurer Oeanen I churl Clip. This Coupon and Send it to:
in the \. Is :Mrs John e7
frolic. I ..f_ Ju I I. a

an ON NEW held on literacy drive : FR. PHILIP HALSTEAD
the Fern till 9th Av.. No. 1 _
\ / CAR LCANS program Rt.\. Me\lc (NO. -. 1 ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA
music OUavuno Mar
$400 per $100 per year Dorlo's y Tort of Putbla, pres : NAME ...... ......................_ 1 1

THE NATIONAL BANKOF pm. For of the Conference of ADDRESS ,...._..__
SJ. PETERSBURG FLORIDA this f\ Bishops, has urged
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I'hree The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 23, 1965

i Pontiff More men prepare

counsels for priests'ranks

Staff Writer
I VOCATIONS are univer al Young men hear the tan

CITYCI( ) ,, t vocation in every country of each of

Pope Paul VI has urged a the seven continents. And, many times, these Priest

group of Brazilian tailors to leave their homelands and become other Chriita In coun-

be taithful to their religion, tries far from their native
)" .' to their families and their ; oil Diocese this year will come
motherland. Speaking in POlio from three seminaries in Ireland
Florida, as much
anyplace '
St Patrick Collme
tiiwese at a recent audience ,
on earth hat been
with the crew of the training Thurles; AH Hallow's Collide,
blessed by the apostolat of Dublin; and St Patrick (ul-
ship Custodio de Mello, the ft 4.
missionary Priests from
ws, Pope said: lege. Carlow
i'JtI"e Spain and from Ireland The St Patrick's In Carlow was

"The life of a sailor, though Diocese of !St Augustine will founded In 1793 St I'atn.i s

difficult and full of sacrifi this year once more gain several in Thurles was estahh ,h..d i In

eel. II full of potabilities for : Priests from Ireland ho 1837 and All Hallow m 1,02: \

the exercise and development' k 4 : w, are answering Christ command In these institutions of
ef natural and supernatural A : Follow Me. higher learning the PIP" ''J

virtues R ,, Ireland has long contributed have undertaken studies
I \ Lf': Wa td the religious growth and which will enable them o
"The Lord of creation who
development of this Diocete
out the
carry great U- awaiting
is present in the immensity
From the 16th century for them in
I. our Dioce -
stretching before your eyesis down to the present time, .eAs.
the very Lord who offered Irish Priests carry to our seminaries, their
His life for our salvation and daily
Diocese the noble traditionsof
routine includes classes
M whom you learned to love in
established and respected
dogma, fundamental theology
then you were in the bosomof seminaries of their
(i country. ethics, physics and all the
your Christian families. The traditions of these Institutions other university
You must be faithful to Him subjects.
enrich and accentuate
Some of the seminarians at
all throughout your life each contribution of
$ our these colleges take in
"Your work must contribute l w Priests from Ireland.A part
various sports: football banuethall
' "Fa'' toward knowing Him, lien ter.. ,
) soccer golf and
Him and Him share ef Ireland's histnry
serving loving
St. Patrick
ever more deeply For greater College, Carlow, Ireland Is la Florida and a share track
Launch Chief AU In an, the daily routineof
faithfulness to this ideal ef Florida's future Is In Ire
the present day and the living "
The Tuesday ntgM i **lor off It is necessary that you retain
DCCW In hearts love and Due in RomeRO traditions of the past joinIn .
>e forthcoming onvtntien your The Priests arriving the the training of Priest
will, b. It. Col. John affection for the family that In Poland/ any

45. Albert, who, ,...d.. with, hit family which helped you informing (NC) Stefan Cardinal

wife, and their nine children at jour character Uysxvntkl primate of

Coco Inch, sir _mb.rt of Cardinal condemns
Is due here
May T to
the Church of Our S.viour. "Good and strong character new rip A
Colon! Albert Miumcd hit i ," the I'ope continued, "1. take part In the episcopal consecration

prMnt petition i Chitf, a necessary quality for a anti-Church of his old friend I 1

G.mml Division, In July 1961 sailor Ie that he can serve measures Munsignor Luigt 1'oggl the

end will, servo .i .... controller God and his motherland. next day.Monsignor.
during Project Gemini operafion IttKII.V: (NC) Stefan Cardinal \\.u.ntlkl of

.| t.rH and! 'launch opera "You must preserve in your \Varaaw haa cowed Poland'a communist government of Poggl. longtime .
fions. thes this faithfulness to Polish affairs specialist in the

Christian principles which t using public fund to mount a large-acale attack upon papal seiretariate of state,

your country has taught you the Catholic Church and on has. been named apostolic ,
Your Christian motherland crimination In education The delegate for Central ,
To Canadian ( Africa by 'i '
see expects much from you It religion letters reportedly seen by aNenlern 1'0111I| I'lul1.. Amlcto Card. :

,"ATIC.'In' (1C( ) places its trust In your generoeity In a Palm Sunday termed \ newsman, were written real l Ciiognanl. the secretary

Buhop Joseph Ouellette. apestnllo which mutt contribute reported here the primaU of by Cardinal Wysaynskl ol state t is to preside at the
St. Patrick
cdmlnUtrator of the to the peace, tranquility and Poland ad the Mate le una* and by auxiliary Bishop Zyg- consM tatmn College, Thurlos, Ireland
brotherly. union of all itssons ,
._ .
Mont Laurier, Quebec. diocese --
." "dirty hlt'elN" to battle Ute must Choromanaki of Wan -

hi i neon Ordinary of that see Church. law. secretary of the I'ollnh dhy' j.dsonville.-

to mopes succeed, who Bmhop died Man Joseph 1.Li Unable to attend "it .is monetroue. that weCatholics Itiahope Conlerencelait % OUR LADY OP ANGELSA

*'.\TICCITY (NC most reject God December Kinhop vocation trlduum will be

Archbishop Julio Howta twcaut there U a group ef Choromanski complained to rM ,.a ten;. e conducted in Our lady of the

JACKSONVILLEThunderbird of Cebulas said here Pope people with power and. public the minister of religious affairs Angela Church Jacksonville,
that the state was on Thursday, )Friday and Saturday .
P.III1 I Is "definitely not going funds wishing it. he saudWhere rrxu-!
claaees April 20, 30 and May
sting In
to the Philippines late la the reason* religion in
violation of tic agrifinent 1 at 7 90 p.m. The exercises!
in April to take pert In thatcountry's tthere .la dvmocracv Munt ,
The official I will consist of prayers, : 'r
LIJ. I I ,
svae.fsarl restoration of the we reject God in the name of .
: Tadetui Zablntkl mon by )Father Richard !M.
*Nth of the la it to rr'lel) ted l
._ anniversary introduction la a monstrosity
--- -
.. the charge. declaring that Plunkrtt 0.S.A., pastor C.I l lPrediction
/1. of ChristianityThe demand this from the nation.
tine state alwavs hat of the Most Ped
; Filipino prelate recently We must not keep silent. bees'rr'oetpm.J
Sacrament The
M having lontrol
reiterated the .. de.citon
The Cardinal specifically over schools. open/ to all person 'fwhatever
reported through unofficial
mentioned an article Item age or stale of mo.

ago after sources meeting Mv..1MI privately Home le a governmentowaednewtpaper which reportede H>slur si;ntkl 1 recently delendrd It Cardinal 11 h e phoromantkl All Hallow's College, Dublin, Ireland said Father Plunknt.

with the Pope He said Pope Italian hanks cunlrolkd by (' I la a letter le St PetersburgCDA
Paul i. far too busy making Polish I'remler -
Josef Cjrasklewlcs.
the. Catholic bomb' lie said >
preparations for the final i I t>n Saturday April 24. the
the author ef the piece "Is aman
action of the ecumenical: Florida Reports
Catholic Daughters of Amr'i-
who retldrs In Items en 'The Poliai and Coming events
eoimi' il this September episcopate
ca Court St Ann r :11simnaor
salt funds, jet he li *e limited Its secretary never questioned

STEAKS la Mi cduratkm that (the the achievements of ......'. Fair April IS N, >s. Our )Home and School sponimr'A StarkeST .a dessert card party
Atf.,.$;. t.A.-.t Co.BroGr."itM.rbIo. at St -,>h cafrtorlum 26Avenue
SEAFOODS only' thing he sees In the Poland M the field. of educe Lady Queen ef Martyrs par. Night to HememJier" EDWARD North, St. I't"rsb..rl.lolfalilln ,
{ Chared are bunks. The lien," laid the Cardinal dinner dante. April 34. 530p :
JaIl ground, HarawU fish Kdaard: Church of be
St will dollar.
; one
HUME rlllS ..
rr.n.wn. strength ef the (birch .li In "This However dnoa not m l to 1 am Curtis lluon
1..n ._ brit. duwnr, April II at I pm ; Stark elected the slate of officers The event will. begin at 1 p m.
change tM fact of tfce estatence 1111. Tampa J euit High\
rto M. .t 4.i* (teens ...., April M; cMicertby of the Altar Society for and continue until 4pm.
8rlMal. tads .
le of Club
up now asertee HwftnorFerty
.i.k.. .... CMMM a .r efAJSTIRtlNG The Cardinal sermon ranteIn A living rosary and awardsmeeting
the wake of two letters of diKnmlnatory ragJatioM the .bawl. ef Mary Help of Hour Devotion. All\ the coning year at a meetingon will be held on April

sent to communist officials .. and practices of the Christians. School.. April BMih Soma Home. Jackaonvllle, April I presided over M at 7 S) p m. by the courtat

which complained that the slate a4m.alatration .to the dinner, April M I U April tt at I II I a m to April by Father Thomas F Kelly St. Joseph parish safetorV,
ftaM of tending religion"Cerunl The following officers were
PHARMACY. J7 al ft pm
merriment it attacking re urn
I pm, Must: I My NameVj .1fIe ted'tin.\ Michael OilIwoly -
uttu.a eeaatalrTlbn .,.auasir. ligwn en many u levels M violation Wyssynksaid/ the h l law Sunrfny Pilgrimage I. president. Mrs AlhI'rtl'oI"'er.

... --. r.... ... (._ ......._... of a lone convention government Is preventing "arrnt.Ttarhrr nub, .ptn..,. Mlwh I ,. of :Nvmhre de Dim, MrsFrancis JACKSONVILLE
err..d e.Ih-, ..-- ... .... .., sinned' \ bv Poland which comrnits PriesU and Sisters from vke president.
.... ........ a".. .. a .. It. e eI teaching' thol it is Spring festival 24. AiHiuiline. .\prllil. 1 p m.1 i Meeg, secretary; and
haraaslng April
.... ,.-- .. ,..... the signers la avoid ....- ordlnalluit of I'rleils, II a m. ,
a. e. arltaallse. .._ ........ Catholic seminarian' by draftIng leered Heart perish 1".lIlIh.J.tlCllltlllt. al America's Oldrit Mlt.l<,". Mrs Dim Wiggins, treasurer RELIGIOUS BOOK
them into the army and Spaghetti din. Installation will he held
Ri'D'A then giving them le lures on aar. one dollar 'for adult.. UcsaMs Chicken berhecue benefit. jointly with, St William

It'i our Pleasure Sp7s3 atheism and that it is tryingto for children. April 15. 17 1 p m M. Jos*!* Church. Keystone and St ..res.stilt. .Iot SI ra..R't'lI- ..oalelpeons. ....

to subject religion rlas.ea| to Spring dance'. April 24 IpmtolXam :II parish. Ioretto.Covered Mary (Church Macrlenny. at .....".
you r I the control oi Mate uupett.on I I IniwHall : diet .. .... April Keystone Heights on M.y 1* eacrieiu. ue ..
And .. t..... 1'.' .,.. r.c.c
our Responsibility Dos tons Death. XI Paul 11 from I" T #) M at 1 p'" 'In UM parish hall
: p m ......... .... a ..-...
to serve you WELL! (banesa.,lei .Mall.., (OrlantktPool A tee given .by tile fit William 5N1 Of.... M55d
card end .hsnchnonparty Alter Society. win ,follow irvsUllaUM Phone' 71I-04S

Hotel George \Washington ......."L sea//l April 15. h. <* rt Mrs .
end fie STEAKSECONOCAR 'Faith of our Fathers'f. Raymond InsHv iw limlM --

,... al a..,... .. ,...... Tirive, Ataiar l I'i < ran:
Roosevelt Motor Hotel ..Liii. S... ..ii.. .ry,. .. urkM rrl..r ii.. l I., .... .< Gallia. tat revert stun tallB44V7 I I Good Ole Tim Barbecue Chlclen DinnerS
., ., ... ...
M' In c.-.1It; Wemeni kind of ..d'.,. Aped" 25, I '.M. h11 .M.

Co......, JACKSONVILLEDEIHL2 Jacksonville WIVY. |IMO k Ascenawn axisd" .,..", Adults $tI I.n Children 7le
r.I1 r sir May frolic store. May I I. I
S.i.ed.y, I IJ.IO ,."".
pm Fen Creek Armory St Joseph'i, Loretto
St. WH>Y. 12401. Orlando, tt Andrew *
// Augustine pern
L- One of Florida's Oldest Minion Sites
-3 S.twd.y" 11-10 pm. Holy Name leNt. sponsor

fiM 4v ." M i -<..._.,-!!!* Daytona Beach WWW, 11551. Trinity Resent ports May. I Jacksonville. Blessed 1 Mttrfif s pJo.nm; <)e t. St Awifcf. >. en Lee Sunday Stop

t. 1-.?,..-. .ll IJlJllt.J J.%.d.,. IMO pmt mod chicken:. .. ........ U U I .ff ..4 h... lens with; .... Dfi.*? hem St. Awjintwie ..

.Mph Mv.k, Mo/ MelbourneTallahassee WMS, fM Ur pm J.
353J4I9 s.-4. ISsM. e.*.. l'It{>*' re enlUe. May }l, I mN te le.tH..
214 W. Ferry Sf. Hti*... Ian, ('.roe Heath.Basaar. .
WTNT, I4SO! l. BMtef Kenny High

Cltcurolct/ t1 \""""\ ""n' s.J.", 1110 pm.WIU ckoet.. JackaenvSile. May t

r Lale' City 1140 'c forty Hew DevetiemBkseaetl e'
Dine At 1
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Trinity Caerrh 11
DOWNTOWN JMOONVIU \ S.twd.y, (I2il0 p.m.WMAF .
"1' kale May > la MOT H.RMTS bolt<

f piTT'SExcetltnt MadisonGainesviNe 1 210 i. earl eveetttf at I p m Jute rpRA

S.tead.y. .11)44HO ) ._ raider Rayeer or M '

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1....,, t'' 'm. K ef C state cessventfin Builds
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M TCUt acc..o/s Ocala 10 IZi / heathnetr.M ( ;: Healthy
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The Life of Our Lord Pope Paul VI

Catholic Comment

Divine Son questionedby Reaffirm concern for justice

Mary about His mission
\\TICA\ (ITSCI( ) 1 likewise that other! vision full destruction of everything that
Season gives joy uncertainty, has !been planted and built
have heard Our The following is a translation WE Lady of the Easter messageof which tells us but little of another on the face of the earth.

feet Is possible Man's great ask her Son why lie Pope Paul VIVENERABLE : < We after death and Well then how much com
of exuberance happiness
I a feeling had forsaken them. We have more fort, hope and strength
THERE whose derives for
the Easier season The long enemy, death can be conquered. heard His answer The rest brothers, be ] wishful message imaginings than renewal and peace can be

It is a consolation to know that the is silence St Luke simply and daughters from abroad in the
days of Lent have panned The somber {from sure knowledge spread world of
mother who sits up long hours with a tells us that "they understood Frank J. of Catholic Rome faithful Easter message surpasses today by the spirit of the
been The
J penitential season has pawed and sick child or the father who puts in a not the" word that He spoke) to r r children of the Church 1 that view of human paschal season. It is the spirh

replaced by the joy of the Resurrection long day to support his family the them. And that on their return SheedIn throughout the world we ask; existence which lays such which raises up out of this

person lying motionless in the tate of to Nazareth His mother you to rejoice today. We extend stress on present evils and temporal city of man the

kept all these words in her the same glad greetingalso : being timeless of God
of city in
Easter It I the fulfillment of man'thopes coma or the person in a mental institu heart. gives the impression this
to those Christians among' to its very way giving life to
and wise in proportion our
No is ever satisfied with tion all can find happiness perfect YVe have already seen what
one you who, though separated 1 pessimism !It embraces even present ideals and striving

this life. Few are ready to die. We joy. may well have !been a deep our English translation the from us nonetheless are united the Gospel teaching of toward unity and universal
Life is very much like Lent Because root of their failure to under. J with us in our belief in very :
with of toward freedom b
are all searching for Utopia and are stand word is spelled a capital | the inescapable transience tempered ;
of Easter we can all look forward I! There is no such differ the risen Jesus. With equal I 1 all things of the poignant wisdom and a concern for

striving for perfect happiness EasterIs to our own personal resurrection.For As 1read the Gospels we ence in the Greek Did Our afiection we address all people depths of evil of the resign what is right and good, toward

a pledge from God that man's dreams those who follow Christ there IB are conscious of two streams Lady know Instantly that the 1 of good will whoever they' ed acceptance of suffering, of an evergrowing prac.

and aspirations can be fulfilled. Per. the hope of etl.'rnallife. of action and utteranceOurLord 1 Father He meant was not the ]may be who are now listening the value of renunciation and lice of justice toward a chart

sometimes acting and t father she had meant? And to our Easter message. sacrifice ty that is always effective

speaking as man simply, even if she did, was there nota W'e ask all of you to rejoice Oh let us then reaffirm to

. Sacred Scripture sometimes doing and saying good deal for her to ponder because this is the day which' Lesson of victory the world the message of

things that only God could do about? God has designated to welcome paschal joy not just an an.

or We have already observed | the great message of' which but
say.How It Is a lesson nouncement, but a wish; not
that when wt art told that ;joy and of hope. And t h e for the crowning
1 of God's in temple prepares us just a wish but a prophecy,
Sing presence early did this doublestream (Our Lady ponders it Is 'message is this at you know and triumphant lesson of victory the desire, at least, and by
begin? Did the
so well: Christ is risen
nearly always something and of life the mes-
title which introduces' How natural then that boy in Nazareth. normally behaving ( which the Old Testament (Christ has resumed His lift feast, themessage its very strength and inte:;.
THE sage todays sty the prelude of a new
they should look to the as a small boy. just the third after His i startin
120 Is' A song of had not told her. This, 'on day of the Resurrection. of
mountain of the Lord for security occasionally remind them by 'death Christ has 1 the history man as stud.
instance of conquered
ascents" It is so called because was certainly an Optimism will prevail. At led against the background
and protection word or deed that He was death. Christ has entered into .
In the Old Testament
that sort.
it of the father | | the end of human existencelife ,
was one of the resurrection of human
God We do not know But
!. Surely He who had demonstrated God is compared to a i authentic Immortality. is held out to all who wish life in eternity
psalms sung by pious pilgrims Jokes J. -' the surprise Our Lady expresses |father but the Jews did not (Christ has fulfilled the prophecy exists and
His so for It. Happiness
s power convincingly And in the
their to the at His
on way acting so entirely of His Resurrection
,address Him Father In
Casklatdente in the work of creation as i can be achieved The pence- the spirit of the Risen
temple in Jerusalem The could on His own, not con- (the forty'six books of the Old 1 (Christ the Lord lives now and
and would protect Don of our being, accomplished Christ may the day final[; .
holy city wa built on a high His helpless trusting creatures suiting them or even telling Testament, the words "Our 'forever in the highest possible de. which will

hill'!. and from whatever direc them suggests( that this was ather'; are not spoken to 1 enriched beyond come on men put
the first tIme. But the message becomeseven gree aside their false ideologies
tion one approached it, one always i
This note of apprehensiveness God.And more surprising: Christ its natural capacity the urged on by their need for
Hence the She knew that He was divine a

went 'up" cf Its well deserved and of confidence Is because that her Son, her Son, spokeof "'| arose not only for Himself, light of glory as it is called new wisdom or because the
"A of ascents. message
title, song God F'ather
struck in the as "My those who have meditatedon
poetically by
popularity. but also for us. have accepted this new wisdom
had come to her from heaven
The Important feature of Life for the devout Jew was second stanza: "May he not i Gabriel had said that He the taster promise the which reveals mans
the for the from her own experience of would be called the Son of' It is true that He is thefirst
city pilgrims was not easy Is it for anyone? It suffer your foot to slip; may power to know love and enjoy true nature as well as his true
of the symbol! nursing Him she knew that God But how much more i of those! who live !beyondtemporal
course temple, was a long, hard road, strewn he slumber not who guards with the utmost intensityin destiny.
of God's presence among His with difficulties and obstacles you: Indeed he neither slumbers lie was human. But how the had he told her? death But it is the ecstasy of the vision of

people And so the psalm of all sorts The path of the nor sleeps, the guardianof divinity would' show itself in We do not know if these i equally true that every humanbeing God all this is guaranteed! May the day come on which

with the words: pilgrims to Jerusalem was Israel." the humamt)-had she known were some of the things Our who believes In Him to us. the discords among peoples

that! Was this the first Lady pondered in her heart and is joined to Him has !been
much the same-a picture of These same sentiment are will be resolved, not with I
"I lift toward
up my eyes life in miniature. They didn't expressed in the third stanza : evidence? i Certainly i I Christians have introduced into that kingdom (Hope and joy should therefore the force of arms but rather
the mountains whence shall
; been pondering them ever which He. the first.born of all I be the mark of t h t In the light of reasonable
to Is ride in air- onditioned busses. Hut even If It were so, why : negotiations.
help ?
me My
from come the Lord, who help made They walked, and their walk. "The Lord Is your guardlan dues St. Luke tell us twice, since those who are given to i J His brethren, has establishedfor spiritual life of man w b t .
the Lord Is shade looks to Christ
; your i pondering, of course. our benefit The kingdomcf
heaven and earth." Ing was not just a pleasant that she found It so hard U,
stroll he Is beside you at your right understand the words* the !better life beyond the And let every war and guer t
Rut there I II one question This forward looking optimistic
hand. The tills
sun shall not harm operation
| give wayto
This in all likelihood grave
psalm as
The roads were hot and characteristic of
you by day not the moon by It look at which must occur even to the view constructive collaborationwhich
the in more closely
originally prayerof dusty, and at the end of the
the Christian will diffuse
mOAt unreflective. time over
night. every Is mutual and
those words Nineteen hundred Embraces all fntcr
an individual, a pious day there were no Quality he heirs the Gospel rf'ad- men the world a light that is it
later, we still cannot nal And may the day coat
Israelite meditating on God s Courts or Holiday Inns to The
sun can be namely the contrast between once! comforting and salutaryIn .
be certain whether OurLord The paschal! is not on which the prodigious energies -
constant care of His loved
welcome I them. They ate brutally hot. As for the moon, the anguish of Our Lady'squestion it the world appears for .
meant that He must beIn Just the mystery of Him who of progress will be employed
It is a of
ones spiritual
gem their fare and curled .
meager there was a popular belief and the cool matteriffactness what it really is abounding
His Fathers house, or was the Son of God and Son to satisfy the worldshunger
writing simple spontaneous In their cloaks
up on the hard that it affected human life, .. of the twelvejeir. in Interest and enriched
expressive of the noblest of giound And there was al sometimes maleficently about His Father's business of Man. It belongs also to the with beauty and to educate future

religious sentiments, but at ways the menace of hostile But the God who created In the Greek, neither word I old Boy's answer sons of men who in Him have In the words of Holy Scripture generations, to bring remedies .

the same time touchingly brigands who might both and occurs, there is no noun at' Catholic 'ommentatorsthink become the! sons of God to the recurrent ills cf
swoop sun moon will keep God looked out over the
poetic That it was adoptedby down upon them out of the them from harming His children all, simply "my Father's"It of Our Lord as soften It Is a mystery that embraces immense panorama of the mankind. And let there nl(

the pilgrims alone of hills and steal even the little on their way to visit Is an Idiomatic phrase! tog the hardness of the words all men A mystery universe which had come into longer be on this earth anT

their official is evi. which could have applied to> already accomplished in Our of those deliberately caused
songs they had Him In His house. with a smile, or even a ca !being through 1 His
either "house" or "business Teas Whether we see it so de Saviour Jesus Christ and In word and unprofitable suffering
_. In either meaning it remains prods on the picture we have Mary, His Messed mother saw that it was due to systematic politicaland
;;;; very good iCf, Gen I, 21 and
mysterious to us, and I in our mind of the IlolyFamily. a mystery which we have social oppression to racial
Father MtcKotl 31i And
V. CcmntNM'tsien something of His
apparently to her too Why We are safest, per already entered through Bap. In strife to the contemptand

i- of Ntmbrt De Dies was It so Important for the haps, when we stick to whatthe tism and which will come to joy the creating heart comes throughto restriction of the just

Boy to be in the Templecffin Gospels tell us-not how certain fulfillment on t h e of man as he freedom of conscience and cf

the other meaning) what I Our Lord may have looked last day according to that surveys. probes and masters expression
the world)
II CRe; 1t ClUpt6RS In work of God so importantwas but what He actually did promise which can never fail which hems him
in. the
especially in rate of Renew
He that He had
: doing In this episode as at the Therefore. rejoice! modern man as he drives on courageThe
to leave them without' a Wedding least of Canahat

(aopiOa l CAtholic word to three days of lIe said gives an effect of The Easter: message, which toward the understanding< and thought of brothers in
: histORy
anguish' brushing her words aside reveals It us In the light tf control of nature The work, the faint who even today m
Christ the destiny tf man- the gift the symbol and the
But there Is still third M
a but in what He did, there as many countries are obstructed -

(hipter RtFATIIER This part or the American obligations of pastors toward diffIculty. !She had !said 'Thyfather no brtishmg-aside At Cana kind transcends and super- mirror Such of God. and oppressed puts

Ha II f ttI'U mainland was now made Independent their people. ," meaning !St. Joseph> He worked the miracle bl'hIhe tedes all other attempts It a positive. optimistic on our lips a special greetingfor
It life viewpoint drawn frees
give meaning the
rr d from St of them Courage beloved
e ecrleslastlcal had to obviously askedfor.
Augustine to New Orleans In authorities In (ubii for the Two of the slxlv.three para The Boy" had answered dod. "Myruthrr From the Temple 'He 1 It transcends that blind mystery of UM risen life. soni persevere in your loyalty

1795 The transfer occurred first time graphs deserve notice meaning went down with them to and despairing view of reality throws. the into clear relief not and your fidelity
only work
as part of a reorganization of Particular stress was laidon How do you and I knowthat Nazareth and was suejmt to which yields. tt death the to
mall but also the world Nothing will be Its tf
the Church In Louisiana and The see of the new diocesewas lie meant God BecauseGod's them."' final triumph It ywr
the zeal surpasses
the two Floridas. fixed at New Orleans pastors within DM own heart and lulft'rinbkh etra today Is
should have for preaching the soul a stunning witness !behalf
On April 25, 1793 the vicar! and Bishop Penalver arrivedto tt
word of God, and they were world tf religious liberty and tf the
general of Havana take possession of it
Father on There rat be at doubt that
told further to
Luis Ignacio Penilver y Car. July 24. lo assist him in the warn the the heart tf mat, spiritual, unity tf the hurt!

denas was consecrated Bishop administration of his vast diocese Catholic people in their sermon eipecUllythe tf (hrl.tHith .
heart tf
against the atheism Path to a peaceful heart surveyed contemporarymj
of s newly erected Dioceseof Father Ilassett was deism materialism and other I It reaching eul lor life you are the prayers

Louisiana, in which both brought over from St Augustine such errors that were being Itr grtwlh, for the fulness of.( and the support of your brothers .

East and West Florida were as canon and vicar general propagated in the neighboring ftp FACE and quiet" Wt all that Is required is a !knowledge ind possession, With you is the Chun b )

comprised The area under !. United States particularly 1 often associate the change! of environment for (he power It will and It suffering and militant For

the new Bishop jurisdiction Five months after his arrl by Protestants and bold two words as though Inert school neighborhood or climate enjoy, for the achievement tfhappineti you alto. above all for you.

stretched as far north and val, Bishop Penalver Issuedan spirits espintus fuertes). were a necessary connection Father the acquisition of more may Easter be a feast of jv>
east as the confines] of the diocese "InstructIOn for the Govrrnment r education or some other not and of hope
between them The truth
of Baltimore and south of the Parishes of In another paragraph ;is Ire J. impossible! goal Similarly. there ran be no And it be
that genuine tran may so for all j
Penalver ordered annual peace -
and west to the boundaries of the Diocese of Louisiana" an doubt that this very timing for
the Mexican dioceses census to be taken In each quillity of heart and mind. Trese Idherlng It dod's will due for happmess a these who are suffering
of which was In greater part has little do strivwg and for Uwte seeking for the
to with
the ah.ence
Linares and Durango. parish, in which was sped not mess the surrender ill that is ltd. stimulated and
simply a restatement of theM
fled, among other things, how of noise A person ran Inltlnlive II i Is a part tf cur sharpened by man s c esqus.t comfort of the light for ch! 1

many Negroes, frea and be at peace In the midst of vocation It trek, by trial and today in his 'hotter tee ever dress and for young people. i I

J. Murray slave Catholic and non.Csth. clanking machinery or honkIng errtr If seed !be, what (,. 'swill greater progress' this for you who are listening tu :

(olic were living within the horns A person ran may be for us. striving stirs up .ia his heart very us and who want to hear from I

suffer Inner torment In the our lips the auspicious greet
parochial confines,
(of preserving peace of heart So long as we operate withIn fecteftf 0 f dtoriiUoa. dit- af
solitude of an empty church Risen Christ Peace:
I His Instruction this
on point tress far
Strange but true There are others who may be the framework of Hit. law deep roM.d petssmtMi be with )011'
was motivated by a royal sad i
'deprived I 0111t'4K" God uatertaaMy shout
Price temporarily
of heart Is a precious actually encturanes M And
cedula of 1788 that commanded the ,..,.. ail of which de- may our aposlol j
of heart by sod to .
some try to bend rlft'U1lUtHftI blessing
1965 NCWC possession obtain His ft
Copyright News Sery;" Hi shops and Priests to troy the bas peace I
dn personal catastrophe But to MV need ad U make the of any deep anti in "iM t:.!'ness of happne: I
close attention to the
give It Is a wonderful thing to for most of us it is true that. most of our Uttnts 1M will hapfMaots. aId t' >
;f! I ITluFlori.daJ
spiritual needs of the Negroes he able to face each new dar! if we lack peace of heart the positively help us to that end Ii

; 1. .; ) c without undue fear or anxtety -. fault is our own with Flit fuiOMirt led His. Peace for world i

The reduli also codified all to go through the day with It is obvious that peace of grace

the slave! laws that had bern a feeling of satisfaction in our ]heart ('.HDOt'OI'sial with tin Tt achieve pace of heart. 4 like comment could be :

pasted during the preceding work and our surroundingsto Nfl: by definition is a rejection tftt. there are two ettttitialtscpt made regarding that ihaactenttic : :

years of Spanish colonialism feel confHlefit that what >III God's will \' long as a which we Must take feature of our t." e Catholi i

It Is interesting that the rv rr crisis or emergent ma: j.lrsm retains my tract of tbejoitd UK conquest tf UIII sortal ceeilttenre. so (amil.ai
arise. It will in the in tor world of rhaage and
end have
piovisions of this costa were ,rfliftMM faith. he! never can On the ttw hand wt mutt

much milder than those of a happy Issue
codes enforced in the English: Such p.aof heart must be is smarter IBM God selves sad take active steps cone M kJMeort whether H fir its final out .1045.4.otitLie? rtt 1e4.rrroalaA .. t*. J

colonies of court. hate a spirttiial \\hatever pleasure .r profithe to elmtBMtt whatever it Is for fir peace or .. ..t ll(| 4tf 141*

Slaves were taught to obey basis It ran be! built only on may now be rtnd. ..g n his thai to tmatratsH .... atahaaetar war treedoat tr for ii, *... r_... .....

their masters but they en the conviction that dod is in MM.will. the siSMT knows On the Khtr .hued. when. we and tttv+ry' ..!..... ,-. ....*

4 s.. e' JOM-J a legal right to protect ultimate control of the word) that he is on a oVad-end street find turtttm .ta a Mad. from for an insularity" evoti mart I "-%'YI..... to I i .**
semis .
rYil against harsh treatment and that the world with all which tan toad. ads to the which. there simply is a* et- div for selfish than H tt to- .r.'.".M.. ,..s. a", aN 'W r MAN
or brothei
Masters were not allowed to its happening is moving toward bitter failure of a wasted life tape. then w* luttw that this houd aril ...
'MrIaeorh'tu ROSARY rare ".f mutual rfilPK1. for the TW ..4. r.,5.w. tot __
Awe ii:" 541TDMw. /. M DfVOnOSg ty make them work on Sundaysand the destiny God has m is God's will for IM h *vrImptasibte rat 1' .f '.. .'b."" r4wr __. ._
r This trurtioa
MICe4CLssGLW w, 5y Slaveownersconvicted mind lor it. l I. nut U II' that every It may be to seethe of a world society f.. .. sea ref \N1.U ........,...
Holy Days
M* TWO s..r.r max r.A N way a virtuous prritt enjoys peace la collaboration tr fw the ,,u. -...,--. s... _. a

STRING or ffos4v omotf of undue severity Doing cur lest It Idrnlih .f heart reason for it destrurtiM of world society ......_... ..... ....,. ..__

f .sew ufflvv e+' i t were finedSlavt cur owe will with dixt's. insular We aeeep Ills wiN.! Mere in coJIatoratioa or 'for t h e o" ...or.,", .4w Mw.4 55. aw.If. ..n.4
:.',,,"'At' ... o! .,.. "," marriages weie en Some who! walk with God e embrace Ills will. St d. 5. u', Y.rr.
: .p ..rlrd.w1 frrn t,..' ti we ran di'cert II, w, .
". .. ,. ouriged and protected If doe with reluctance' lag we find peace. aNNNNNNN.NN.N.NNWhy
//4 '. c.' r ., ,"."" know that we lot with each
'lJ".n, .... one partner in a marriagewas \n unpeactful heart Amen ? e
n ..fhn,, i: itif I dav s activities, ire nearing There M aa itciett prater
u On atftnnt orlu/n Afl the other had to be sold to the met with < saw ui4
God but alas hcwflkt
*>* cun W' a* are moving It the right direr > the secret rt peace af abed rims s aoosew.

'."tttttrr Wilt' i s tv saint owner, Slaves were Ubt Ii.... with oumrvt heart Cud grant SM lbs .......rrrriviti lUIji ( *ml ..,. a... ,- .....
Raa1r own hand.1N properly fed and cfctbeJ, 5. e ............. 5f .
Sosnttimes we shall dad courage to *.S|. the lhau ... U MM ... > 4. ..*.!.
anJ gives Christian wttrtKtiod There are p teas wha. he tWt UM. sowtt' (of **r .. I CM duH, *s seemly to Naly Es4l.r oe.ibe AJ.VUUf ..
opm.Aar OAr 10-Df L rt or "I kiIxc; : '""if la fit them for of kltOtl .l 1..Mc H daces al..y
IoCMNa PITA m TM XH.''DJ a.CCI', : a 4, .t ,. n-ICIOOID., i" necessary eall. a swrtonalm du content It a condition which' aocp4 the. things I cannut o....n a u..ww.I'rid.y..lpril .
kk .
AU.I (MNIOuLMl) :. .list ,, I, c.....Ant'..Aaowr_ w 0 11 h \ reception of theChunIn hider 'lIh a' a 'ever nin with and I .I"'f1111 t lfc. **r* .t f..t.'....
III A.cp.ywrMwllir.Mnl :A.. Mtw.w ,y.. : ; "'/. ouukf nat hangand i the u i .''''rQ Ikix .f I IIIII.BIK .
= aumcnt l II' are j'ii.cnt! ,.; ill< JI'jI"i t tun \I f tan all : 1\lh"I" '"> t the!, da I, tt, 1M3

Fit,* The Horida Catholic, Friday, April 2S, 1963
is themeof

Vatican delegation meets

Easter message with Orthodox Patriarch

x 1 ISTANBUL, Turkey (NQ-Catholicism'a) leading ecumenical .

(CI........ r... .... NN prelate met here with Orthodox Ecumenical
sufferings brought about by not secration.begin again until the con fold, stood uncovered while Patriarch! : Athena or.. I of Constantinople (Istanbul)
systematic political and thousands In the square opened -
social and praised his efforts to
oppression, to racial Upon descending near the umbrellas. further Christian (2( Peter, 3.1)I can also perform
strife, to contempt and restriction altar, the Pope greeted five At the end of the Mass the 1v unity. miracles for those who know
of just freedom of young persons be had baptized Pope again put on his miter Augustin Cardinal Bea S,J", how to ask for them with a

conscience and of expression) the previous night durIng and a large cope. Instead of president for of the Secretariat faith that can move mountains
"The thought of brothers in the Easter vigil ceremony returning through the squarehe Promoting Christian I I .

the faith who even today Inso These neophytes, clad proceeded! directly through wt Unity return came the here (April 31) to "And we can add that the

many countries are obstructed in white, knelt to kiss his the porch of St. Peter's basilica 'o i ih'ij VI last February visit to of Pope an official Paul Lord proves It with facts In

and oppressed putt ring. to the central balcony P delegation from Patriarch the events of the last few

on our lips a special greeting Pope Paul Immediately .began overlooking the square He Athenagoras The Cardinalwas years" The Cardinal then
for them: Courage belovedsons his Mast In Latin and tens emerged onto the balcony, accompanied by Bishop cited the meeting of the Patriarch
Persevere still wearing his miter, in con with !Pope Paul in
your loyalty of thousands of voices made j Jan Wtllebrands, secretary of
and in your fidelity. Nothing the trast with past usage (including the Jerusalem In 1964 and the re
responses.The unity secretariate and
will be lost of your suffering his own) when the popes Father Pierre Duprey W.P., turn of relics from Cath >'!'ic

! which evvn today Is a new liturgy's prayers had worn the tiara. its undersecretary for Orthodox churches to their orlg.nal::

I stunning witness in belief of of the people, on the other The Pope delivered his t tc affairs Orthodox shrines.
religious liberty and of the hand, were recited! in Italian Easter message in a strong, During their visit to the "All these facts prove the

spiritual unity of the Churchof French, English, German, ringing voice and concludedby f I II Vatican the Orthodox delegates Lord has already performed
Christ"For giving Easter greetings in N and Is still ready to perform
and Polish. The reported to the Pope on
more than a dozen languages.The I e miracles for those who know
the Mass itself which hymns were sung in t h e : the decision of the Pln-Ortho- .
heavy rain held off until how to sib for them with
preceded the Ip;ech. Pope same languages while the i : '' don conference of Rhodes to
the ceremonies! 1 faith,
Paul Mass were completed h t humility and penitence
was brought into St.Peter's progressed. leave individual Orthodox
but many people got I ," he said
square on a portable The Pope gave Communionto { churches free to establish a
wet while leaving the squareThe After a dinner In honor of
throne from the
door the five neophytes and communication with Catholicism
Pope's Easter had begun the delegation Cardinal Bea
of the apostolic palace A light their sponsors By this timea .
under addressed!
threatening skies the faculty and
rain which began falling intermittently light rain had falling
begun e
at the Church of students of the
parish St Cardinal flea said that Pope patriarchate'sschool
before his
appearance and the cladin
again Pope Francis Village, a poor quay Paul "11'11fry gratified by of theology at Chalk!
stopped and d 1 d vestments of white and
ter of the town of Acilia on I that conclusion since It coincides The following day (April
the road to 0&tia About 10.. perfectly with what the 4)) the Vatican delegation attended

Bishop says abandoning 000 people were waiting in the Second Vatkaa Ecumenical: an Orthodox Liturgy

flag.bedecked square where 't i Council preclslmed at the ..ndof (Mais). Cardinal flea again

schools would be 'folly' the Pope celebrated! an open '. Its third sessloa In the Decree talked In private with the Patrlarch. .
air Mass before the church. on Ecamenlsm. In the afternoon a

delegation from the patrtarchat .
NEW \ORK (XC) Bishop Robert J, Dwyer of On Holy Saturday night the N In an address ef greeting to formally returned the

Reno Nevada has lAid here that to suggest abandonment Pope took part In the liturgical !- the Patriarch In Pope Paul's Vatican delegation's visit at

of Catholic school now "would surpass the great ceremonies In St. Peter's ..Ii name Cardinal Bea said the the latter's hotel.
basilica It was said to be the keynote In the meetings between
eat conceivable follv. Cardinal lies also vlslt,4
we have not managed to first time that a Pope participated Viva the good shepherd the churches Is charity Archimandrite Karekln gar
"The present Is not time for reach all our published goalsor .U the Easter: vigil In This, h* said Is the charity klislsn observer of the Armenian

talk of scuttling the ship when because we have not solved M. Peter's since the ancient Pope raul1 has visited the parish Father on his pastoral visit is reinforced as defined by St. Paul which ApoMollo Churth at
from the masthead comes the the question of financingthis custom ef the vlfil was revived Is "patient kind rejoices
'" of Our Lady of Gaudalupo The child by a balloon which reads: Viva the the ecumenical council and
cry, 'land ho, said the pre. greatest venture in private la UU. with truth bears with all talked to Turkish
giving sjxTch of welcome to the Hal/ good shepherd. government
that things hopes all things and
enterprise the world The ceremonies. began In officials before his scheduled
has known would the ---- endures all things"
surpass returned to Rom S.
on April
Bishop Dwyer spoke at a St. Peter's at ( pm" earlier
greatest conceivable folly" This clearly shows, the Cardinal
session for than In other churches of
educators at secondary the did annual school he said. Rome Paolo Cardinal Marella Recognize obligation to support riches continued this how many Rector named
sharing charity
contention *f the National The aatlus. he said Is renting Archpriest of St. Peter's ran and does bring Into broth HOME: (NC) -- The sacred
Catholic Educstlonal: ) .Associa closer U a sympatheticRdmUndlng basilica, officiated. congregation of seminaries
lion .f( the motives Before the rite of the renewal erly relations, a shoring whichwe and universities hat named
schools Bishop Elwell/ // advisesII have started and which
Catholic schools. of baptismal promises, we can already carry on d,. Father Boleslsw Wyssynskl
lie noted that criticism of America "Is the Pope saluted pilgrims rector of the Polish College,
Catholic schools traditionally see cracks In the beginning educational to from all over Europe in their II ........ r... .... ...1 that only one out of every HACalholit sacramental signs just for dill spit separate the differences us. which a training Institute her for

has come from sources outside monolith," he declared own languages (Estimates is due to ee In the females Is a Sinter," that mission and work of the the Polish clergy. at the request

the Church but in recent 'This is far from saying put the number of foreign nest four or five )oM". he said populate./ ," There Is still much I I. b* of the Bishops of Po

years "members of the that the future Is ours that tourists In Home for the The took "And yet everybody with anew On financing Bishop .::1"ell done, he paid land The college will mark
family" have been casting difficulties Easter holidays at more than eKcefitmla Idea wants mini for his Its irmth anniversary next
our are all at an said should
I hia prepared remarks with government grant "Nine centuries of life In
doubt on the role of the 100,000.Pepe, I ,
end that project deaf, Mind, retarded year
or full financial "
Justice Slater Mary Jacqueline not one cent for the religious sorrowful separation are not
schools and .
their accomplishments Is to be accorded! by tomorrow Paul then spoke tirlrfIT president of Webster College cardiac. crippled confraternity education" but "Justice and easily. filled, and we have no

," he added U Italian 01 the meaning in St Louis. Noting a report home visitation, social assistance" for courses such Illusions on this point Hut
"To suggest abandonment "But it Is to remark that ef baptism In which she la quoted as My work interracial marchers a* history, arithmetic and the Lord, for whom 'one dayIs
of the project (t this the Is etc,
pointIn time for
present no talk others
leg, "I I an against any attempt as a thousand years and a M\
our history either because of scuttling the ship when Baptism nuke us Christian to got every Catholic How. about' the other US I That Catholic: schools: permeate thousand years as one day'Amkultnte
w. hive not emerged fully from the *. The Christian life
masthead M
comes a child into a Catholic school. ask? lists Is the day of the courses with religion
from cur chrysalis or because the 'land ho.' coftiitutmeot that should .
cry produce Bishop Elwoil called this M l IUt They want a share In he said Is not an Issue.
a manner, a tea., createa "unbdovable. MelenwM." the administrative and policymaking Every; system of educationIs 4--1"1 "..., I m1tl'Uljll'U] "":IIoJ

way of thiakiaf. shape. a atttoa of the Church.'Many bawd on In Ideology a. a. r..i., _....., I, aN"i he..edAD.ye.., ttuk AI Ir1
JOHN S. RHODES JR. man We must examine our Catholic tehool are nrces-
for by.
seem not lew Inieretlsd \\e desire permeation Srvtee
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FUNERAL Are we really ChrMiaiu" Or discipline needs the (VWiawrrcttve. In prfwiwlly InvolvingIhrmvelves
DIRECTOR granted permeation by secularism ST. AUGUSTINE
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IU The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 23, 19ft'

many things -- ... I -'

America's religious climateBy

Ir. Henry J, :Mlron Even though there may bea judges ambassadors! admirals tY
strong residual Protestant and generals it was
COUPLED with the recent tradition. Protestantism is no thought according to the
changes In longer the obvious "natural" Protestant mystique of America t
American Protestantism is religious affiliation of the that a Catholic Presidentwas
Die crowing realization that inadmissible in America
American We are entering a
(he Catholic Church ii beginning post-Protestant era. Today The President was to be
a new phase In its ie- the American system is one in his person and his family
1 at ions with non-Catholics in in which there 'are three religious symbolic of The American;
the United States communities groundedin his life his habits his image
When the flood of immigra the common culture of the were to be thoroughly American
lion Has terminated by con. Catholic ,
nation: Protestant ,
oiled legislation after the Jew and alongside these three It was felt that the President
fut World War there arose the secularist should be a Protestant,
the phenomenon of the "hy even though in many past instances iDir
'' to the fact of a
phenated American t h tliibh Adjustment individual Presidentshad
American, German post Protestant America has d r r.
little or no active public a i
American, Italy American not been easy for the militant religious affiliation. t

1 Turing! the past three decades, Piotestant The best example What frightened so many
this sociological aspect of of the birth pangs of this new Protestants at the prospect of ,

American hie began to crum era was the tension createdin a Catholic President was that
ble and second and third the presidential campaign the Catholic President wouldbe Sarasota's St. Martha CCD School
late President Kennedy.
of the
generation American Catholics a shattering proof that

'into began"the American to be assimilated way of olic Though governors there had senators been ,Cath con Protestantism is no the longer national (lit. Monsignor C. L I 1:1lander:I VF. pastor according to a regular schedule arranged by who is CCD president Wilbur Adams who I Is
it truly )
life" gressmen, Supreme Court ever The symbolism of of St. Martha pariah in Sarasota, recently the CCD teachers who are, back row, from principal of the school. Mrs Joan Hochmeia.
ILl .... .. the President as a quasi.Protestant posed with the students r. d faculty of the left: Father Francis X. Smith Mrs. Jeanne tee Mrs. Louise \\hite and Mrs. Angehne
-- priest would be chang Confraternity of Christian Doctrine !grade Tanner, Sister Antonio OSB, Sister Roue Maher.

school. These children study their catechism 0,S.B., Mrs. Ruth Rohland, George McGarry
Is why many religious;;
-- -- -- -
sociologist remarked that -

1tW President Kennedy's election The backdrop
ft'.I'i highlighted an Important ecumenical Says new secretariate
) landmark. In fact,
Jw quyrt however, it would have made
.9 little difference if it were Ken Persecution by Reds seen unabated shows Church loves all

nedy or not, any Catholic,
properly qualified and elected denial of civil ate itself to communist policies .
WHILE VATICAN CITV (>C) The Vatican Swretariat
would presumably have It t s to American The regime has established
for Non-Believere la intended to be "proof of the love of
QrltT Orthodox Mos
had the same effect !Negioes; is widely condemnednot pseudo- ,
1 Thus, the United States M only behind the iron cur r lem, Protestant and Jewish the Church for everyone, even those who are farthest

now passing into the fourth tam but in countries of the f'v / ? churches, which serve as ve away. from the Church, even those who neglect and fightIt
stage of Catholic.Protestant free world as well. little is John hides for Red propaganda ,"

relations, into a climate I heard today about the HUDpicssion (Iu, ,"n against I the "imperialist That Is how Vatican Radio has now assumed the most
where ecumenism and Christian of'religious freedomin \\est" the report charges In described the aim of the new. varied characteristics the

understanding can now communist countries order to keep children from ly formed secretariate headed most extreme of which is an
flower The first stage went During the Stalin regime in attending church services, by Franziskus Cardinal open and declared rebellion
I J t'P,9 up to the flood of Immigrants: the Soviet/ Union, American the regime requires them to Koenig of Vienna a conscious rejection of Cud

w "ew the second the immigration religious I leaders protested repot on Sunday for physical The Vatican Radio commentator and of every religion"
,f. period, the third the post im strongly against/ the brutal cut K Mieihdiiman. has Is educatIOn. said that atheism today"is
The (hurth has the task!
migration period with the sued two the state of
suppression of the churches reports on The anti-religious campaignin one of the most striking
gradual! transformation of in communist strongholds of| the huithen m communist Albania bears no special phenomena of the contemporary communicating IhrUls nies-
America from a Protestant But under the mote moderaterule Kiiintiles On the basis of recent stamp to differentiate it from era. Atheism no longer sage to everyone, even those
Fair to be held three daysThe country to one of open plural. of Nikila Khrushchev, evidence, the subconvmittie anti religious attitudes in presents itself as a simple farthest away from it, the
ism; the fourth .period. that concluded that, while commentator said
when persecution became other communist countries.urt'pt religious indifference It
three-day country fair at Our Lady Queen of the present.One less visible. theoices of protest all of the communist regimes that it is, if anything, Those farthest away are

r.f Martyr parish Sarasota, opens today, Friday, should not oversimplify in the tree world fell have drafted elaborate so- more aggrf'sllivelyagrd., the Students agreeUMINNUI those who compkteh' reject

April 23 Father Joseph P Moran, pastor, consults': this period of present religious mostly silent. ailed constitution guaran Senate group found. A purgeof .: (\l:1| Vn. belief in God In this case

with, from left, Mrs Stan Hytiek, blis D. J. activity America.. The mniiiunist, regimes, tees of religious freedom, "a Catholic Bishops left only ous dating between young dialogue is undoubtedly difficult ,
Michael and James HaRgerty. slow and massive oppression one survivor, who, however, people of different faiths not to say impossibleat
while tlitir disbe- is
What the American believes affirming of the churches, less visible was kept under strict surveillance times" he added
about religion is that religion list In, dud, imitated propaganda than in the early years, but by communist po undesirable. more than Duo
high school students of "JopfIn the desert of indifference -
Is a good and needful thing ( campaigns( to runtimethe none the lens efficient, con lice until his death. nine
TAMPAINSURANCE for America; thus in concrete free nations that all had tinues unabated," denominations have agreed of negation and of
here They discussed the impiety the Church is the
rimslituliiins guaranteeing
in America
terms religion is The most recent report
conceived in three forms: freedom of wrciship.As rovers the oppiessive meal Dates/ for returnof question at an ecumenical voice which cries out aloud,
study day sponsored by the a voice that Is neither harsh
Protestants Jew and Catholic
urea against the churches in
of the of
proof existence Cincinnati archdiocesan high nor inimical"The
lib Home Business As a result American I such freedom cited the Rumania, Bulgaria and Albania relics are set
Auto or religious resources are not ...f.frl'tIll'ly they school federation and the new secretariate will
HENRI A. MONTEAU and utilUed fact that churches were open| local Council of Churches have the task of 'coordinating
'. exploited and attended(\ by believers of' ll.NKK.; : Italy |:NCTherelics
CliJ .OLIVER.MONTEAU, INC. unless all three make their In these communist riiun Mixed dating Is all rightwhen and promoting cultural and
; 33 Western Union Building contribution at least simultaneously various denominations tries, the nihcoimnittfe found of St Titus will be returned young people are lint pastoral activities in keeping

229.1988 Tampa, Florida if not in collalmra- Tourists Hint as In Russiaerhoslo l to Crete next August beginning to 'meet people with the demands of the van
tion duped sakla and In a certain extentIn 22 and those of St. Sabbas to and learn about the differentkinds ous forms of atheism and of
Poland! the churches the monastery of Massaba in of
are people panelistssaid the environments in which it
American religious: leader Jordan on October\ 2(, accordIng .
being Rut when it
"hampered, anphvxt- comes to manifests itself .
ST. AUGUSTINE were encouraged to visit sled and laws to Church officials in \'en' regular there '
destroyed by dating was "The new tecretartate even
llussia: and other communist Ice where the relics now reside
MARY and "
measures although 1''lItlon \'- unanimous agreementthat though it appears m ur\'
lands, and
many of these, ,
and of with
( imprisonment going someone from modest form is intended to
after making strictly supervised clergy I on trumped up The announcement was a different church brings "anf'molJOnally be of service In the religious
Sales and ServiceCHEVROLET.BUICK tours during which charges( of entities against the made last week during a visit charged problem"into field on a world wale for all\

CAMPFORMERLY the\ were taken to selected" state are no lunger; frequent| of the envoys of Greek Mho- an area that involves those without faith, the commentator .
CHRISTIANS open ihunlii's were deluded dox Patriarch Benediktos of many problems anyhow vaidAN .
Into believing that repents\ of In Bulgaria while the Orthodox Jerusalem to Giovanni Cardinal

Fort Marion i e I 11 I g i o u s 1)'rIK'I.'ullon had Church has been |>ertetuted Urban! of \enice The envoys

( CAMP DON BOSCO) been grossly exaggerated A less. it has veithe, came at the Invitation of
Chevrolet Co. few on returning to the lens sulferrd. and the Catho Cardinal Urbani! after his announcement INVESTMENT IN TOUR C.a'S FUTUREonoss
For Boys 8 to 14t'I"I' United States stated in press lie Church of both rites has that the relics
123 San Marco (Avanue interviews that they had suffered cruelly The Orthodox would be returned Pope Paul

Staffed onclutivoly by the Sateilant of Don Boico, located on St. Augustine found. little evidence of onpn Church was aid to be \1 has welcomed and approved '
beautiful East L.U, at the outskirts of Tampa Using all the ssion of religion by the la gelv neutralized by the the proposal I JO'Y
facilities of the Mary Help of Christians School for Boyl. VA 722IZTHOMPSON ifliniminihts. government appointing the At a reception on the ese
Open Sunday, Juno 20th thru Sunday, August 8th, inclusive We are mote apt today to present| patriarch as its I head of the envoys' departure Car IN NEW ORLEANS LA.
hear The regime tried to separatethe I'rbanl
concern exutesswl ovei dmal expressed the
the denial of political rights t'niate' Catholic Church hope that the return of the \ Leading Preparatory School for fbi -.
r and freedom of speech under from nom but failed the re relics to their original and conducted by the Holy Cross Brother.

'tw communist 1 regimes, than over port continue. legitimate sees might favor Grade. 7.12 bulb Bearding .,/ Day,

I suppression of 1'1'1111011&01'. M\e (allmlic Bishop diedIn the spirit of unity in faith Character Training and
hip Among secularists in and charily, In hierarchical
prison and (the only Bishopof Qimtian>OCtrin,
the frl''Ountrles.. including the latin rile at liberty, and brotherlv communion according
influential molders of opinion though under close police surveillance to the sovereign will College Preparatory Course.

r religion is no mote highly rr win. denied permission of Christ"Cardinil *.. Supervised Study Period.
Carded: than among coinmu, Training in the Fine
r ..ndBAILEY to attend the ecumenical rbanl tjlrt the 'Art
fist atheist In tht'lrl1f'\\
14T denial of free speech and council. relics are bring turned M Complete Athletic Facilities

? Sf Augustine VA .c.161 political rights .u a !graver Ceitain Oithmiox and a different dales "te enable For i./.n.i. milt
I Cathedral Place \rnetlunt to give the homageof
r deprivation than denial ol re few Latin rite churches are
liKious/ freedom open, "an underhanded and their piety and devotion lethe Dir. if AJmitsleas. HOLT CROSS SCHCAt
tIIlnls who lived at
The communist' rf'KIIIU'SmurJ "iwwvering fight" againstthe I different places at different, if, /tSO Deepliee i Jt.'N.w Orl.ess. U.70U7
\1'1', seem to have sue church and religion continues '
ceedtni m pertiMitmg\ the \pro it is Mated limes with dlffrrrnt mi"lou.
pies of the free In and ram I. Wmre at different /
world that Bulgaria no Catholic or
there has been a relaxation of ganisation exists since the limes ."

t r religious prrrn\ 'utionKmjonf communist government was The Orthodox II"lat'I, it I Ito -""!>"- .

; knows, of course unable to find a Catholic .1< clergy which would mtiordin-
returning to Jerusa
lwaBudgeting that It It the fixed aim of( the
cominiiimU to uproot rr Talks published ltn
I liglous: faith through: IndueIrliulion S5..u\ was a 6th <-en
r ; ; In atheism vncvs ( in The first volume of the' discourses one of the founders of eaimonasticitm .\'
But reports that a< ti\e pct of Pope Paul VI covering MM relics were

F.f $3000 par week for any number of we.kt. ? secution has been abandoned the period from June carried to Venice after his N. C.
All activities free, including Fishing gym, and that citizens who have rr 21 to December 31 \3, has death St. Titus. a discipU of
baseball, ponies, movies, 'tufts, bites, umpires, etc tamed their religious' faith been published by the \atuan St Paul was the first Bishop

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The Florida. Catholic, Friday. April 23, l rem

Typical day in Belgian

College seminary life

By a Seminarian 8.23 a.m. bell jolts you from i $' '

LOUVAI.V, Belgium Five hundred and forty a sound sleep and leaves you I f

years ago, by t papal bull of foundation, the University with 20 minutes to prepareto

I of Louvain came into existence, after an official request go to chapel and Join the

by noblea of the area. In lest than 25 years, the mac community in greeting God
with the Church's morning
Jority of European countries
represented at Louvain
prayer of praise, lauds Our N 1N

the oldest Catholic university school where basic courses In schedule then allows us IS dr

In the world. minutes in which we prepareto
theology are studied in
Two plenary councils of offer the daily Man celebrated
for the
Priesthood anda
Baltimore each morning by the
had urged the
American major school where gradual rector. Another IS minute 1 r r rrlr ,
Bishops to send students, most of whom meditation period follows
torn of their promising students -
art ordained Priests, may Mass. s
to the American
of the College pursue higher theological Breakfast then outside fora
University of Louvain.
studies.A break before going to the
That long ago the trend began
to tend American seminarians typical day at the .\mrrlan recreation room to hear the

to Belgium. ( College This It dlffl- 8 ed o>Forces lock news Station from the in Arm Gen Louvain -- American College class

Much of the work of the cult It lay because each day
university lies in the school nf the week Is slltihtlv differ many.about 30 leaves us with From 1 a m. It 1 p.m, we. have jour choice of basketball In Europe His experience becomes raN

of theology, a faculty for ent. However I shall try to which time minutes during are downtown In our new volleyball, handball or even richer when this! N'N N 'th
we put our roomsIn
which give you some Idea of the rlsssrooms, listening to our tennis here the
Louvain it perhaps order and get ready for at College If assignment II to 1-wains 111 M "'

presently most widely known. basic routines the four hours of lectures (in professors, taking notes from the weather is good and time hallowed halls, and the tutor

There art two parts to the Unless an alarm clock hllpr.p.rrd French) which await us almost their lectures, and putting permits you may go out to ship of some of the most ( ,iP
questions ts them the villa, where there are learned and famous n- n lathe
school of theologyi a minor beforehand the :
you every morning.
At Louvain from the
.. .. .. even more athletic facilitiesand \ field of theology today: air
most of
... r .r ..wTy "*"' ... .... Although our .
"" "'" 1 plenty of room for relaxation
.. \ courses are In theology, they
or you may go Into town
differ somewhat one from the
other and shop

Threethirly marks the end
iy One teacher will explain the
of recreation and each
definitions of the Church,
to his own room to study the
another the Christian morality
material the I'ro.85ora'18\1
a third the legal structure
i him in class At 5:15: pm.,
of the Church; still another
there Is a break and time set
gives us Insights Into the Holy aside for private recital of the 1 ;. 4l -
Scriptures, and so on through
a schedule which pscks 13 rosary supper.About

different subjects into our six SS minutes of recreation

class days each week. follow the evening meal,

Approximately 20 minutes and then the community assembles -

after classes ,nd.I, have once again In chapel ,l

I our main meal of the day. to recite Vespers the evening _

This is followed by a few quiet prsvrr of the thurrh.

moments In chapel.
e Two and a half hours at the
Then ',
we art on the moal.m \
books, a few moments Inpreparation
: checking our mailbox
for bed, and finally
reading the New York h.L
at 10 o'clotk, you switch .
newspaper In the library
:.. J changing to sport clothes off our light thanking God

More than an hour of recreation for I His favors of the ,past t day
Americans In seminary LouvainEveryman's and asking !Him for strength '
Is set aside, and you
to meet the new.

The American seminarian
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familyRedemptive Bishop appointedfor opportunity Is presented "It hl'n wonderful his Buhop Insido Louvain's library

offers him the chance to study. -. -

love sharing Thoughts theology World's Fair art
requires 1'ATIC.t(1TY (NO) A on
Danish Catholic leader in tho MUmin (:NC). El Greco's

RT Miirr. John C. Knott sleux Living the lift( of a modern who depends( for his ecumenical movement rather painting The Annunciation

THERE Is a story told cloistered nun she had little information on research, computers Hans Ludvlg Martennen Church heeds human aspirations and an exhibit of Roman-. ':e

St. Therest of LI- direct contact with the worldof and data processing. S J. has been apxiinted| bv Christian art from the 1. 1

people and consequentlyMils equipment of life would behind find the the story philoiopiiy Toile Paul \'I to be Bishop of R; bather Henry J. Mlrim. sorrow, fight for your Justice\ to ISth tf'nturlttI'lIl! b!

direct personal Influence Copenhagen( third reason for tht lose your Joy, rebuke your
Beach both frustrating and Incom- among the new dlspla s it
The 17 yesrold 1 I Priest succeeds A hatred seek to connote your
on them Even: for those prehenaiMetl the facts of growth and developmentof the !Spanish pavilion at tj
Johannes T. sadness and offer some
living Jut outside the gatesof (faith support. If not the story liiibop ( the Chun h In the modernaft Father you New York VNorlds tan' itwan
Suhr 0 S B who retired lastfail Insight ti) your terpleKltlesThis .
her convent she might just itself at least the truth. behind Is, according; to the encyclical announced here The rvilJon
INCOME TAXSERVICE as well not have exltted. itUbrn because of illness at the of I'aul VI, the need : v henry J. ran bt done only through opens for the MM sun .*.
of M The Copenhagen dialogue
There was no communicationand age fur a better engagement In I Mires' April 21.Daytona.
no sharing In a human (hrUt died on the dime. whrh' Includes all of dialogue with humanity. 11m be. The Church In rflalogut
Denmatk, has 26000 Catholics with. humanity cannot retreat -
sense rr 0"s 2tNW years tt, lit 1'Of'O reminds us Inwantl
How.rd.Turner t Ait ci \tt llIto was able to reach meant for III* redempllvtlife It seems, that dialogue Is the
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The Blshopelerl has been demand of)r the present mo
out over the walls of both
and It all Its cal: pi* Mi'm lie tiles 'to eIIK > lift rather, 'M shouldmaniftkt '
meet of history
muter and columnist forth
convent and prison and tooth an
'" s whit, Ihl'< 111in n of l the her true (athollcllv
the heart and soul) of a condemned every generation.The principal! (ilhnllc newtpiper I'erhapt at no other time
Furnituee. 1141Geef ti 1.lIh.' III tin- world ii bv reaching nut to the globe
to our own It abetter
He In Denmark Is prior
Cards prisoner was notorious usual channls of faithful to her Iru.nlholtl.t .
are By1"
o1 this letter Press and OffielCtuchnwn
for the foulness. o( the highly respected .mnn, Ihecountry's grounding r> r In reality. thin missies Ii
LLOYD COX crimes he had committed and course. the seven sairamenls aon( athnllc. molt necessary dtalouue The twofold: It l I. It lave mm ) or untverialismiht Printing c.
sod prayer Thost are, at it of the world due m will begin. to draw snore ...... ._
for his professed and almost tf hem are Itinerant. closeness for eternal life and U tuna t M. ""'
Office Supplies were, avaUabt But what deeply. Into the dialogue. of
obscene hatred' of both God part t CL 2.147) about those who reject) them lit pursued the origin* of rations clue of transpoitalion earth salvation theM who may not
and He
man was In .popular
III" NtrtH leech" Sheaf lncamtlalt./.vd.. dust know about. tttem or see Martin Luther teachings' In similar world Interests, hold for the very name

opinion an unaware of Cods tnt fur his work for a doctor degreeIn and. at least a concern for This task ls M polar It Is ('hrlatlanThon

Somehow Theme heard of them and His concern fir Home, rent wing on the world unity and universal both human and divine. divine .' there Is the dialogue Welcome TriYoUfl

him and took him M as a their welfare doctrine of Ju.tlflcatlon) in pear-all add up to one conclusion because salvation with and among Chrlitlani ureiiwe

"M'| < ial c.... What 'Is needed I. s sense Christ as lather saw H lie the Church can carne from God through hit with! Its own peculiar character ,.,." KJ Patio SpesloWes,

She devoted. her dm and of redemptive\. and our studied church history and speak. It men and mot will. people, the Church human, ecumenism' ftttts. Wretch ktoHjUif

her sights' her preen and |>*rtJCialiao .In It Kt art (hristianity. at t'openhntra at least !hear If not lot en attentively t.<<.u.. the building up of the \\f will emphaiUe, says Alwsinws

< her. work, her sofferlags and redeemed not .hut by (lit Unit. cr5dy lit also studied inMunich kingdom" of lot on earth requires the "I'nn**, the element whichwe : I-Oewe,,4l I****Ii

:: her reerea11o..rekl.g ll,. .Mood of Christ and or own and Frankfort after In this qiHxtion of a d.Vofi .., human "effort not hold In ctminon even If

1 grace tf his eenverswa.He efforts to love Him There Is entering the Society of Jesus with KumMitjr, the miraculous. intervention. we will not larrlflrt what wt

no one who Is saved eiceptalso in 1445 He ass ordained. in foj.. ki a very real wtiM, Hut how art these two ar. regard a* the dlvln prlnrlple CIRO'S

who could not or would by the r........'. tat W*. wrestles with a deep th.'oloi tIV..... related What slnsjltroweft tn which Use tilhalte Cuittffl Made Drapes

not pray for l himself hd ., other human bettft. An Mil predecessor, BishopS I will describe. this t (lurch U hoard
Silos I Service
found an unasked. for and alcoholic who .hoi hut bottom br. was a convert from Editor to speak task of salvation. and transformation Carpet
probably unwanted' champion To InleMtfy this dialogue J4W N. Dixie: Fr..-.y
and begun and completed the l..uth"IIIII' who becameRtri ? The Church's mission

Machines He who could not tr would bard rood bark ta sobriety" f> of Copenhagen .M lIftS MEw; VOKK (Ml Hal. .U humanity. arordmgla MI all levels, tMs Is the thud New SmyrM 441-Jill

Sewing not love had been given OM "has usually been the rertjuentof when the Catholic l hierarchy mondo Mantuu. editor In Pops Paul is N bt In dalogvw purpose of growth and des

Vacuum Cleaners to lose ia hit ptatTV the redemptive the reformative In Denmark was. reestablished chief of the Vatican City, with, men velopmmlTnui

S'rYie. ."d ParsOn miracle of grace was love of a spevot, by Pope Pius XII. dally newipoprr. L'hserns. TIlt pattern nf this dialogueand Ii [>re..*t.il. all tM Magri and AmerleanesJ.

brought about To UM astonishment a relative, a friend. or anIt Bishop !Suhr ... the fed tort Homaiw and president the pattern fur all other briefly, all to geaorally, the

Al M.ltl of all who. knew him ....... Dane t. becomt a Catholic of the laterMtMial union at dialogues ts the dialogue of program of growth awl de" C Open I '.M. 't4 II' '.M.

FREE rcUp end D.tnery well. 'he tailed for a Priest at Btshof smct the famous lists the C'attelte I.,... will pine salvation which God carries. vtloomintt .M ttta Church in .
cur pride "e amid Ille Iange.. ra.iltNClewd : ;
C & C Sew-Vac the last moment, eiprrtted century scientist sod consent thus keynote addreu at thtevesrtli on with Ills woplt( Revealing thus our day.Newman's.
!t. reform the "Me sod habits>>
acute sorrow for hi. tins and Niels At....... whose bentidcation worM congress of the Himself to men iud spoka phrait wa a Mtue'iy
714 N. d9'-ood; like the good thief duel M the tf those clear. to s*. cause It now being promoted Catholtc freM here May lMsMunl mid acted .ta tht person of fond ono the. Church Is trulya

Jut North of M.1011 life and love of UM lord. We can lugf.M sad plead. will speak at UMetmgrets His ten. Jesus Christ, the treasure bout. "bringing SAN REMO

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pious legend. tertausdy any lInN sod ......*. Many True Cross cryptJt.Rt'A the grand ballroom of t h t answtr of mm n again fMMiHf the old, rooting the.
times to no avail It would be tortAstoria Hotel I H. don through rhrnt and .His. new. and all for th* I't"I' -* mo so. moctwooo

a great boost to our esjo if 'U: f, J.r'0 will. alas offirlally open I h tworW body which' I. mt Church of imprinting. and paling; the.
Our Restaurant Equipment Work is procresssag on the of Christ an an-, CL 2-1357
; Compare j our efforts spec rewarded cwitm* May U at UM The flow of frart from God imago upm

i Financing and No Down Payment Ji with tfee. reform of the lit,," reotnrstion '"f the crypt of !the first M*I.OB of Uw international to nan tnrwgh the Oiurrh of and tM future

.% ore taw ... ...,. .. .wM ...- 11.r. .- ..."4i Certninly we are dung. all True (ross. the chapel. m tn. mooting Monsignor, Robert Christ and .. rtsoonsa of the

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all century found the cross used tymurmt. 'lIanl'IIIOIt ALA CAW end tall, COURSE DIN NUSHOM.ADE
aw pkaAcgs and
for the erscdlsssn.Father wM. Hit tatomotional. union, PAVHIS Mil PARK"S3
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Eight The Florida Catholic Friday, April 23, 1985!
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(f j(f "tJ Jj'iti ) I Sudan's Bishops attackedin

\, state's false chargesNAIROBI

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# Kenya (NC) Government-controlled

4Father ;, ld 7 1 newspapers[ in the neighboring Sudan have attacked a

\1 meeting! of the two Bishops remaining In that country

10.,1 #r '----'"" 1 aa "a plot a gains i t the
some dubious contacts in
-- -.: Khartoum."

fl The Khartoum daily Al Similar reports were pub

w fflr r _,..., ti Zaman, said that "a conspiracy liaised in AI Ayam El Sudanel

is being plotted by the Gedid and the Morning

Lopez St. Joseph Cathedral choir from St. Augustine sings in Orlando Imperialists in an attempt to News.that These the Bishops papers had also paida nobed
Grade the and
High School split country separatethe
Due to repairs underway on the Burns, Cathedral pastor, headed George S.S.J.. standing here on the southern part of the na ElKhatim courtesy El.Khalifa on Premier during

n.\\'TO\\: BKACII tte The students of historic Cathedral in St. Augustine, the numbers of Priests in the steps of St James Church in Or. tion from the north." It said which they asked for the return

are hnppy to report that Rollins grade eight of St. Joseph everyone accustomed to a part in sanctuary for the ritual, the hymns lando. Miss M. K. Mtufhy, organist that the United States, Israel to the Church of some

College in Winter Park School I presented of excerpts William( Holy Thursday's liturgy in connP'otlon were sungby youth of Cathedral at the Cathedral came to accompany and the Vatican are behind 3.50'\ mission schools in the
has selected Jeffrey Seibert.a from two plays and the choir. The altar boys who south confiscated by the
Shakespeare to the membersof with the blessing of the Holy parish. High school boys girls the conspiracy and claimed go*
Junior at Father Lopez to the Parents.Teachers' Oils! traveled to Orlando. While 1 (above) who attend St. Joseph assisted at the pontifical ceremonies this Is proved by the fact that ernment in 1957 and succeeding
participate summer school in their, says 1965 Daniel Club. Father Leonard. Cordier Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley presided Academy in the See City sang under also were from the Cathedral "during the last few days years.Bishop .

Jo[ an. Jeffrey was also selected C.SS.R., pastor I invited i and Monsignor John p the direction of Sister Mary some Catholic Priests from Agostinn Baronl for
as an alternate in the guests to attend on Tuesday, southern Sudan have had Khartoum and Bishop Irene.

science training April. 13 in At school hall at us Dud for Wan met 'In Khartoum
secondary _. ,..,..,, ,r
I a. r e. from
program In mathematics, statistics p.m. To be honored e. w-----M? April 1 to 7 to

and computer at Virginia The girls ef the class\ de. discuss general Church af
PolytechniJ Institute. plcted' Act IV, Scene I of 'the rlllumI.PJIf.CI: ( ) fairs particularly the application
Merchant of Venire, acting Augustm Cardinal Bea S.J., T r of ecumenical council
Jean McXerney: recehed a out the battle between Portia and Agriculture Secretary Orville 1 decrees te the Sudan.
date teacher's scholarshipand L. Freeman will receive
in the courtroomscene
and Shylock
Charlotte Sirams was accepted from St. All other Bishops forced
honorary degrees were
before the Duke of R
by I-ovoU t'nlwsity Venice Joseph's College( here April 1 H ( out of the Sudan when all

In New Orleans 30. They will be honored atan A foreign mlssioners were ousted -

Karen Martman hi to be Valerie Ramos was the nar academic I convocation rs7 from its southern provincesin
congratulated for placingthird I rator; Nancy Juan plated which will be the final eventin '- February, 1964. Bishop

In the Daytona Beach Portia; Leslie 1 l Rodriguez, a three.day celebration Baroni was unaffected because

Clvitan essay contest. Karen Skyjack; and Linda Cha- marking the dedication of the his see is in the north

received a savings bond for moun the Duke of Venice. college's! !: new Academy of 'I'Ir' Bishop Dud is a Sudanese.The .

her essay entitled "Think. Immediately, followingthese << Food Marketing building and : missionaries were expelled

Speak; Participate Build I scenes, the boys of the observing the college's 114th 1 by a government dominated
America's Future." class performed Act I, SceneI anniversary. / 1 by Arabic speaking

On Aprfl :31 the student of Julius Caesar. The cast Cardinal Bea, head of the Moslems in the north, who

body heard Robert A. Hawkins included Karl Michael Rene Vatican Secretariate for Promoting comprise about two-thirds of
lecturer associatedwith Cejas Louis Valdes Manuel Christian Unity will
a the Sudan's 12 million people
the National Aeronauticsand Palmeiro, Edward Gonzalez, receive an honorary doctorateof The ouster was an effort to

Space Administration. Mario Mender, George Nieto jurisprudence Freemanwill tdWLJCaesar pave the way for the conversion
and Mark Suarez.
receive an honorary doctorate of the south to Islam asa
Baseball the spring sport The other members of the of laws
means of thenorth's
at Father Lopez, Is progressing class played the mob sceneson
control of the south.
well under the auperv4slop stage or worked behind the
ThailandVATICAN The Negro tribesmen of the
ef Coach Frank Robottl. scenes as stage managers
played in Tampa school south are mainly paean but
and directors.The .
prop 'ITY (1\1: ) -
Although tie record as of there are about! snoooo Christians

April 14 was 18, the team Is showing boys depicted Caesar the returning scene Monsignor Angelo redront.SO Grade eight at St. Joseph Schoolin lus, Rene Ojai aa the first plcblan! and Mark Suarez, on the floor, aa including 400,000 Catho
has been named
by Pope
optimistic) about the remaining I Valdes Casca Manuel the soothsayer. The Parent lics.
Act Louis ,
from the foreign: wars and I'aul1 to be apostolic delegate Tampa recently enacted aa
Other games.sports news is the the citizens of Rome escorting to Thailand Laos and Scene I of Julius Caesar by Shake. Palmeiro.. Anthony, Edward Gon- Teachers Club saw the acts given When It ousted the missionaries ..

newly organized Intramural << him to the capitol in triumph the Malay (peninsula At the .['It'Brf. Members of the cast were tales as Caesar, Mario Mender as by these and other pupils on April last year the government
claimed it
was expellingthem
basketball league. Under the wishing to crown him same time the Italian Priest from left, Karl Michael as Marul- Brutus George Nieto aa CassiusSubscribe 13. for aiding the southerners .
Meanwhile! his
as emperor. was named titular ArchbUh-
supervision of the Student
in the sectional conflict.
friends Brutus and Cassiusare
0 Novice! .
Council, six teams completedthe
nBorn The premier repeated that
plotting the death of
season and have begun: Caesar under the belief\ that in Maccagno, Italy Bishop Barry charge In March,heft he alleged

playoffs. Fifty players par. His death will be for the goodof the Archbishop designatewas that "imperialists" and
ti-ipated I and all wish to the country of Rome.At ordained in March 19.17. High SchoolST. now "European missioners". were

thank the Student Council for Since 10; he has boon the PKTKRSnURR: : the cause of the strife
making the league possible. the conclusion of Ihl'lrrrlormanrf' Holy See's observer at the
Frey reports that the
the students United Nations' educational
Bishop i Barry athletic ban.
CCD day at Fair were congratulated by the scientific and cultural organi-\ quet held on April 4 was a
school Father JamesVMally ration (UNESCO: .
:M\V: YORK (:NC) The pretest, ) great success. A capacity "Our 18th Year"it -
( C.SS.R. who
Vatican Pavilion at the. commented To crowd attended the affair at :
the fine assist editor
World's Fair will be the seen en Interprslatlon Redmgton Beach. Parents
ci a Confraternity of Christian made of the charactersby RICHMOND: (:\1-) "ranelll and friends !gathered to hear

Doctrine Day April 30, following /. students only ei the grade R. Saunders has been named guest speaker John Huarte see 'i9 od d 'orb

a national meeting of school level. assistant editor and circulation and to see a total of lOll hoys I 1M <

C'I 1) diocesan directors inN A word of thanks was given director of the Catholic receive letters and special ,
) ,'xark, April 2829. Masses by Father Cordier to both Sister Virginian, Richmond diocesan awards. :

will be offered hourly, slides Mary and Sister Rosalie paper. He had been servingas On April 9, the student not only te provide; r'-'i: : ,
and a motion picture will be Ann Salesian SI tf'rlI ho business! manager HenryF body attended a special student wholesome" outdoor life, but ,' ,
shown and visiting CCD directors coached the children for the Liscio who has been office .
|KTformance of the :National at the lama time to aiiiit;; in true character .
will staff an Information plays to mark the 4Wth) anniversary manager, was appointed Folk Fp tlallhleh formation the Camper" begin and endt hi' day f. '

booth to answer questions of William Shakes business and advertising manager was held in the new Ba)front in the pretence of God; at the Holy Sacrifice, ef r J I'i.. I'

about the confraternity. peare renter the Matt in the morning and at Benediction; ef( i .
...... .
Q4 -- -- ,- the Bleued Saeramant in the evening. Hit every

hour it under the supervision and guidance ef -

young "men .f eiamplary and eutttandlng; qualtiai. In the IToorit and r.+.
Ha is presented with living samples of P'-
Catholicity' in the conduct ef his counttlort and
IIilk and Wit and (i)
t with the challenging eiamplai of the great tainttwhote ,:::
1 RI a lives ill et Good/ Counsel Camp" strive te Rivera raj/ FlorkM .. .

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;ii teltbrating I Its concert May I at the school in grade will participate. Und.r Whit, and gold uniform, rereraaturul. .,u,.. ft' .._ _... ttf I.. ..... .r .Na.wi "..,
eighth anniveriary this yaar. eonnectien with the May carnival the direction, of John CaUro made by the partntt will, add Ilr.51 5A. err tai, .m/ANI0.I.r.d. N N...eelkel Nwrar0s n. arousal ,_...
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NIne The lloriiln Catholic Friday April 23, 19M
to dedicate .
great -- -- -

organ in National Shrine 1I Mass guide

SUNDAY April 26

WASHINGTON' (XC-Francia) Cardinal Spellman of Low Sunday. 'iMasj of Sun!

New York military vicar for Catholics in the United day Gloria, 2nd Prayer of

States Armed Force, will blew the great organ recently I I Rogations, Creed Preface

installed in the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception cI of Easter.)
MONDAY April 26
here on aft-
Sunday dead and to recall to the St,. Cletus and Mair.'umus.

ernoon. April 25. living the tremendous priceof (Mass of one or more 1',"n-

The Cardinal will alto celebrate peace." tiffs, Gloria Preface ot

a low Mass with h\mni Each Instrument is complete ? Easter>

Monsignor (Brig Gen i William in itself with console TUESDAY. April 27

J. Moran, deputy chiefof and blower with a large partof St Peter Camsms (M.i i 5

chaplains, U.S. Army will the south gallery organ of a doctor Gloria, Pi. fare .

preach the sermon. Music fort controlled from the chancel of Eastt'r.1WEDNESD.Y )

h e dedication ceremonies console There also is the rV April MSt

will be provided by Catholic "Pontifical Trumpet" consisting Paul of the Crn" 'TH.,

I'niversity of America A Ca- of 49 fluted brass pipes of feast, Gloria Prrljce cf r

Choir under the direc Easter >
pella pointed toward the main
tion of Michael Cordovanaand altar a considerable distance THURSDAY April 29

the United States Naval away. Its tones suggest pageantry St Peter of Verona (M.i". s

Academy Choir under the direction and majesty for the 1 of one martyr In Pai
of Chief Musician Jo. pipes are on "high wind pressure time Gloria Preface ot

teph M. McCuen. greater," ,which volume and gives permits them Choir of St. Mary Magdalen Church Maitland gives program in OrlandoThe FRIDAY.Batter) April 30

The organ it a gift to the this St. Catherine of SI l ins
instrument to be heard
shrine from Cardinal Sprl) over the whole organ. choir of St Mary Magdalen parish of are Mrs. E.: Pope Basaett organist; Mr. 3, V Cannelongo. Mr. C P. Melley, Mrs (Mass of a virgin! not a

man as military Catholic vicar and Maitland recently presented a program entitled M. A. Larue, Mrs. C. A. Andradee. Mrs L C L. Wleehert; back row VV. G. Burgan, martyr Gloria Preface ofF.astt'r.
from the chaplain .)
and members of the I'.S. south There are SKS:! pipes In the "A History of Catholic Church Music." Toland, Mrs. F H. Roark Mm. H. Kler, Mra. C A. Cattaneo G. F McLaughlin, E. S. SATURDAY May 1

Armed Forces In memory of In IIS gallery ranks or organ sets,arranged with 100/ at the Soroaia Club sponsored by the Holy E. Smith Mrs P. E. TarUglla, R. B. Worland Snavely W. J. Kotch, F. E. Tsrtagalia and St. Joseph the worker.

those who died for their coun stops or controls on the con Name Society of St. James Church of Or. director; middle row MM. F*. J. Fargo; Mra. R. J. Sullivan (Mass of feast Gloria

sole. lando. Shown above left to right, front row R. B. Worland, Mrs 0. P. Renuary, Mrt Creed Preface of St

try.The Joseph.)
reputed to
There are three pipes In the SUNDAY: May t
be of the finest in this
larger: organ which weigh 8% 2nd Sunday after Easter,
hemisphere, consists of two Want penalty to curb
pounds each They are actually Palm Bay 1 (Mass of Sunday, Gloria,
The great is MNotLy 5.10 LIST raven
organs. organ 37 feet In length but of colnf I* Ik* tktr*. rtlmi I Creed Preface of Easter)
located in the south gallery legion decency :
they are called 32foot pipes ", I'I Colombia
altar lawlessness in
over the shrine's main en. boy o o unii.nm the mire Uu of
that is the useful
movies Nr5 --
trance and the chancel organIs rates new
part. One Is a "reed fulllength" C.ril ?. 1MMMorally
located in the west chancel pipe another an"open wins award for BOGOTA (NC-ThreeIC'lJlnr) : Colombian churchmen
unobJtctienabU .n..1
gallery. The distance between diapason full length. : patronage have called for the restitution of the death penalty in WINTER PARK
the two consoles is that of a :NOTRK; DVME.: Indiana "Ir... n La. of the I.al!*** Slarfliktor. The
and the third is "bourdon Bor Tee r.ol Toil MuM. FounUI Swlnilii' "*''h... n.or. this South American country to curb the nationwide wave
city block.A stopped" There Is one 32.foot Michael Bledsoe a youngster .."tur. list C.....1. Mm ?rein I.*r4 .' All 11.10. of aaaaulta, kldnsplngs and murders that threaten a
plaque on the larger from Palm Bay }Florida has ......... AtSdS. Suites Willow T.rt seC the I .
pipe In the chancel .
organ t'I......... I5. f Junil HuMrTttmi4 general breakdown of law
Mr the
"it is the receded recognition for his the 1940s that took 200 .
organ says voice This Is railed' a "quhtalencapped" Oro*. Er.4 Uo W IMomo Police linn. I and order some WALTER MOOES
of the mlhtary to remind all pipe skill as an altar boy it a.an"ocd Din r RrlfHU / T *ni|* NIIII..Ir.DC..I' Ono 11t...

who hear it of the heroic sacrifice here today. Orl.Ay. al.fPepeM....,., tip, Tnlet.t Bfk44Th They are coadjutor Bishop Opinions differ as to the Othi.r T* MMT
of 102 Catholic Priests An "unusual feature of the Th* Me........n... Thuln.. Ruben Tsars Rtitrepo ot e FlBMi I* Mra* Wan
The Knights of the Altar or. M rllwr extent to which communismIs
shrine installation Is theRuck..lIy Wet JMM .rOdy.
D.Y.T Oll Bogota; Father Jorge Brian- KM N. ORANGB AT*.
Tip. *
thousands .
and untold of
war ganisation which has Its e M.to>r M.M Foul behind the outbreak but
Organ, Bnk MM S_.. Mr rir .*.. 'r.le. Tk court dean of the social Aero FTMS ... Ja.et
at Notre Dame of the
headquarters the general
suspends two of no. Traitor* secretary
components Me Mf phi. Ik* Hr science school of the Xs\eri-.
the larger south gallery instrument awarded Michael an honorable .*.< '"f .u4*. ..,...,.... base/' Tun* Abmil Spun. communist party In Colombia
ORLANDOWINTER nmll .... ill* ,.... T.. r>.".ktr. an Catholic I'niversity and
mention in Its second r Plat It I* hal staled the guerrilla action MTROMZRTIIKKK !\
In front of the gal nelnlrn 1 ti.irlhlr alr.nl.nhi. Father Jaime Bonilla Bogota
lery rail The ..mlltu....." In annual "Knight of the Year" i. I* Ik. Hinter fMy wtln. ..M* i* 'h i r4:
PARKFor the organ are said to be of an competition rthr Ciam g oFWrir roe O'd.ree. Mm .Cr Wir_..... al the '*..1..... be Intensified. MHO RtTPOHTCATHOLIC

unusually high "tin\ content" \Suwer of the competition HonorFVioM Sistine I I I. Comlnf, Wr rrlrWhM Rlihop hiss laid thai 1 nl"R P.UIt"

and all the diapasons and was John Villa a ).-yeareid Hour. T.. .Tk. the.. riorkStrlk there Is a moral decline In Herman J. Heidrich
Not Mw U Ik MM*
choruses are designed to give Knight from Yeriafttn 1'. : Colombia but added that the
the b..tIn
very the finest definition and quality vada. NsttrD.le FHnV.Hu;:"' "wviiii"r : rrlme weir II being shelled & Sons BILL BARDOEFORD
: : ::: : :
see I N hrOorfclll from abroad nmnlunl.ta.mllnl .
by .
of sound. Mule wr,4rX.A.rr, .. 4 tlit.. r*
Michael was one .f !< r. ,lie TMnfOroitoM ...... Tb. Cuba. .. .. FACTORY DEALER
Henry C. Douglas There are hundreds of pipesIn MorrR Quo..1 tII. wnrlwithel Sun from Of .. rr.ll 4 % !.hI.
hnnorable mention recipient < T..I4In4k H4 for '... Fnl ,.... I.1" 1"" *.. A
)I3 N. Magr eh. A... the organs that are only alto selected by judges at the ones .., "...... KM Tli. wile ..,. f.. H... ,. Nee rut Among the victims! of the 54.555 1'1' P505.1sTnFurniture SAVE
inches and which Ilamid. *.... r*< .iOr n4 tk* NEW CAR DEAL
42S-I260 422-004 eight long. l'nh tnlt, of :Notre Hlmt' *> Flint .... in.55 a....*. is. terrorism were two nuns who

are called' "half inch pipe"because l...io. 0.....| ._t o| M..i* -... In IK. Klirk.( were among M passengers: RuprieMrd rV e$6.JJ ftn'
that Is the length of Moderators of the more killed by bandit who held up At Prl .iYeyC.Afford W HwY JO f\
t.Aor.n for tdulh and tJeUicenti <
than Moo K of A units in the unobtctentble|
useful The chancel
part the bus riding
Spring SpecialAir A/rnlerei ., yn.tl. 11..1"; ns.Lwi they were on Ft*. Estimates WlolM "..... W,, ->1
organ has 3113 pipes, arranged world were invited to submit ... last March 17. At least 1XV-:
...wa. O**>. Ar ll> fie,( Mint Tr nKMUM 11 S REUPHOLSTERING
Conditioner In 48 ranks or sets, nominations for Knight of ".. 010. kM for the ,'...r. *r VS
with M stops on the console. the Year." Villa and the AM OM..lr III OolUlk phi .the IsO|sr.MMI.r loni hats been kidnaped for GA 1-1)1) Charles \ V
5alS' .4 eC ,.."'.. p.reelsa Pariah! A ft
PRESEASON The organs were built by theM honorable mention winners ... wul <....,.. ..!.. Mil* high ransoms within the paitear.
P Moller Organ Companyof were chosen on the basis of AjMa rc. S-J-Sfi. So.sty .. .w. ) .

SERVICE Hagerstown, Maryland. their skills! as a Matt server Alt tI Imo *..... .1 0.,,.*.. AfiornooiiSorrol The crime wave till been FM RVIEWCleaners
.... Ik.. Stoto HM.Lee lee.NMM.H
and leadership la their unit nil Horror 11.95Room Following the Kattrr: Sua- school. pariah and community : Hukel4r. i1.1.51 to the nation's stability since & Laundry
ya Mpg
r n .
day blessing, larks M. r/ atNh.r htrS J.nM .1 fIN, H.rhee -. arseef6M
Air Conditioner, m.5411e.. ., 0rpeeIe |.*.... D*...l4oi Sol M* No ne..,* the wars bet wren the Liberal D.p."cI.bI. Fabric; Can
Courboln, ornnlit at St. Pat ...... nr"h.. min ... .... ..
Only Villa will receive a special ...._ ..... ..... 1. Wk i. .,". **4 Intel and Conier\stl\s parties In 5 11" .1,51
Co"plet. iniel. cl..nin9 rick's f.thrdrtl. New fork plaque plus a monetary pr...., s awn a I".,......|.4fuf ill s......... 4)11 Ede.wat.,. OriandeSowslpis I r. pf I
La.wW *4
e Ck.n9. of f/lt..s will glte the lint In a series and Michael and the other mod w HN A"... .......... /..e.TV.5ro.a.... .r YNteeswrsi Vicar General p.

Oilina i. lubriCAtin af dedication concerts. honorable nwntlon winners fin?a 11 1. 15. SCSI M.. Mik .....11 .robin HMrs
IIff 100 tulles Sio. ,,... III ( 'I-) P5u iwT50L OINIVIIf 15r.
CennMt toil tUining The second< organ concert will receive plaques.Fsthrr raises TIMIVwvM OM4WCM I,.... J... from ...,M. Tope I'.ul1 has appointed LEWIS-C011 A. A.li ee

Fq bUd Utninq will be at I o'clock that e>'e- James A. 1"11' of eN I. TS* Mor .50s 4.. .Mllor. 7. >. Lulgl Cardinal Trsjlls ai Mstsar EXTERMINATING CO. OAT STEAK. .
.... .
klin9 ring .. "*o 0.5q.u. ..l.,5u Afr.lrr
Adjust r
rrn M WorM
cend.ns.l.PdA nun by Robert F Twynhom. Saint Joirph'i Cathode l l .mmn of lie po., TOe T*n l "., T........ \ general for Itome The l...ir.*..... |MIHi ON A SKEWIRI'
e CU n out organist of the Cathedral of Church .hi Calm hey nominated .r% rU..II ._ MIMor Moon The M** from HbiM Cardinal replaces Clrmrnt "'II".. sup .. ... nil. ..,,, Gf'
Mary Our Queen. Baltimore Mfeharl) Blrdtoe. air rir.,**. ran WHO* I..Le Hour Cardinal Mtcara who died .f..o4* 111.1111"Say "C.I.
e ubriccre .i> centre! R. Mr ... Hw>* rye Tk.4.r 111.54fe.aeI untied OverU
The third concert will be Mr NMM I I. !.. .".. ... Tit.Irv Mirth 11 Cardinal Traglla .ortM'
iinIOg.4 given Thursday evening. April "He is grand Knight. of our ....TtwrSp.... $..... ....... Tail To.otr PI*. ".. had served as provlrar general Open M
e RM I c bin.4 initf.rien H by Frederick 5..... organist Kmghts( the A....... Father. t>r terr.w.OMIT SS. MKklimr. "*... .. tk. of Rome since 10.! It W,.K Flew.'," l1.50.UMi* 1.9ft'
e Test unit, operationIf Lowe and w *k ., M rr- NrSTnr U Pane COLLEGE PARK Y t tl.sOegtr.s
0 f The Riverside says. every MMrM' ..-... w.in Tifkl. Kr' 10---01
more than I unit is Church New York on \his .wt Initiative ht train lam 5..y....kv. Wf IN "_. SM Tk. ...TV... wild |.l. sewsF. Granted asylumPolitical FLORIST !.,'., pie SatS*i*. :l5.owwin *> UOC(
OM Dork o NMM. b.ls
be serviced only The final dedication concert a group of 10 young boys to ...,, th.rr r... ,.. T0. w..1essoh w/.s r. e.Net.s. .C e.5.
to "-- ,.. CM wedrr.ll :: \)\ IU.t: e ISC 1 rend/s. sT
will. be given Sunday evening serve Mass MaSM.011* r.H. M.n Tn Unotof Political asylum has been III *....*.., II* I I'llrlo .STlAlr NIPUTID"M
$10.95 per unit. May 2. by ergnnist BeijZamkorhiM "I'. was elevated to fee .. ....t.tsM P5551 .. ar... Tow woos* M..rlr granted here to Father Fulbrt .* eta li. I.M.l

of the Boston .position of grand Knight ta t.Aor.ft1 vn.bj.ctien.bb for ado'". Youlou, ousted president

PALMERELECTRIC Symphony and Boston PoosOrchestra September Win and has born 4 Yen aw m ..or M.. M ....... T- *... M tee* A of the Republic of the Congo
and fouler largely responsible far the AeMtta. ....... .lie .d _. ,Idr.d Sums
*, Lloyd ANC Nsa. If"... 11_ s.4 Ifl.i (Rrszisvlll) according to an
associate conductor of tremendous spirit and regular All .-, ..... a..M ,......... 11_." announcement by Premier CARTER PAINT STORES
attendance. of noprnimately . Nwloa ..... T1.MMea MARY
the National $>......' Or. A... t .0..4 NmmN ft. Maine Tihombe of the Congo
171 Jaciton Av.. 6441561 40 s-t the weakly MI II. II..... ___a T1M Ct fr.."
of this will conduct boys ... WV.r. buy em. 9IUi en
rhfttra city d ""-.". M .... ...... e'Pt. 54 re M. (ofwtdvtlle He became pee
WINTER PARK of the Knights ......... ...
the Chamber Orchestra meeting --.. 011I I/wnulee, u e 5d A. president of the newly Independent 1117 E Michael<< a ninth grader at nr1. rlssnR5..r '-"
...,- sM r I n>. whit Tee IH4 He, ****! 10 M..r.*r republic In I I'tfi.
GUARANTHD" SPRAY SIIVIC6 Southwest Junior High Icfttolto /MN ......... J.. Ml MM MM.. .... 'T..4. .. Ik. Brsnavtlle Radio laid the
w. Is the sliest w1.W '5.45Ra.
.unw. ..... SMM 750
SOD ANNUALS SHIUBUY the KolA and Sue.. ws ST*>*.. tor Mf Soft Ptl. TS.r president had bees umivr THOMSON & McKINNON
boy in
FERTILIZER and GARDEN SUPPLIES grasp. Ten ......- .- ..< a.oia.o. house arrest ... hit ouster
has never missed. a meeting VS." ss JUN.IT. .
ft. 5Md r&
& NURSERY na..n/... laottS ..r.II.J..... In August 194), by a coupd'rtat SINCE 1924
JAW LANDSCAPING since the unit was organisedin wN bun IN ORLANDO
n__. .MIl .. n5.. / ..... .N aqgMrW Th. Print hsi been t

I 1400 W. FAIRBANKS AYE WINTER PARK November of 1 tai. ., .... (. The .,..- under suspension\ by Ms Archbishop t.A..1 b** N.* Y.ri St.c [..h.II,.
.,...., ".. ......
...... ... 5w bIN.. lieu Ie'''' for engsgMg
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Tea The Florida Catholic, Friday, April 23,1965

I Low Sunday pilgrimage recalls history I

ST. A1'GUSTINE-The: old Spanish Mission of Nom. seeded In founding this na.tlon' were regularly occupied.The advanced Into the trackless leg began with an act of religion grounds a rustle altar commemorates Foundation are welcome from
continent. Both City and Mission the historian John that first Mass people who have read
European settlement became about
the landing site first permanent a
I bre de Dios in this historic city preserves stand today as the cradleof Gllmary Shea rightly s a I dt The pioneer Father Lopez is the Mission's plans, from
of America's first Founding Father, and the spot on settlement and Christian town, and then a city, At
American Christian civilization "The altar is older than the memorialized in an heroic people who have visited the
which stood the first Christian Mission and parish in this community. Nombre de Dios a Mission hearth." statue executed by the late historic site, and from diocesan
country. From that time on St. Augustine was founded, from which hun Yugoslav sculptor, Ivan Priests who have takena
and Nombre de Dioi dreds of Priests and laymen Because our nation's found. Today on the old Mission Mestrovic. A small chapel special interest
In the
Four hundred years ago, place
of Christian
on September 8. 1565. Span. religion community in the toiled States .. r 1'PJII'Ia.' '-...,. t. --... .. re ,...3.-------... t stands where the first Minion where America's first parishwas
nh Admiral Pedro Menendezde v. chapel was built four centuries founded

Aviles landed here witha At its conclusion, the explorers Igo.Thoulands. Stories and photographs on

band of explorers to foundan set to work buildingan of visitors various phases of the Mis-
American settlement Four American settlement to the Mission annually to sion's history have been sent
diocesan Priests accompa In quick order Menendei to the out regularly through the
ni'd the expedition. and his men made friends Y pay reverence spot National Catholic News Serv
where their national heritage
One Father Francisco Lo with the Indians, moved In. began. ice

pez de !Mendoza Grajales, de. to the "great house" of their These releases have told I
scribed the landing village, built a moated fortification & The rising tide of InterestIn millions of people about the
and mounted 24 brass the St Augustine Founda- Mission's
As I had gone ashore the founding in 1565.
evening before. I took the cannon r,, tion's goals at the Oldest Mission Plans for national television

Cross and went to meet him They called their settlement comes In part from the coverage are now in prepara--
'Menendezi I. singing the St. Augustine, because they tA way the news gets around the tion.
had first sighted land at Cape country
hymn Te Deum Laudamus'The I Monsignor Heshn said that
Admiral followed by all Canaveral on the feast day of JI' Monslgnor James J, Heslin, an Intensive program to tell

who accompanied him, that saint. And they called 1 1 Foundation president says the Mission's story in the eastern
marched up to the Cross, the site of their landing Nom. I I I 1 that contributions to the states has begun.
bre de Dios Name of God 1 I .
knelt and kissed it.
"A large number of Indians because they had claimedthe ''I 1. o

watched these proceedingsand land in Gods name. .I 'l 1 M a Pontiff names three

imitated all they saw Fully 55 years before the I
Pilgrims landed at PlymouthRock
done. 40 years before the 1'r ) ; 6 1 I I Ie new U. S. BishopsWASHINGTON

Father Lopes then offereda English settled Jamestown,
:Mass of thanksgiving It 210 years before the American ,1I1 1 1 '
e s.is (>C) illS father Is deceased, his
was the first Mass In Ameri Revolution, Admiral Menen
V Pope Paul VI has made the mother lives In Carroll, li".a.
ca's First City, and the first del and Father Lopez sue- '
w The
'p Bishop-elect attended
; 0 i
following appointments to
St. Mary's elementary school
Families will ( the hierarchy in the United in Willey; Conception Academy
pray i t i 1 i I i II States: Conception. Mo., and

I Loran Academy Dubuque. for

i li I iI Monsignor Cyril J. Vogel, his high school education, and
May 2 for vocations vicar general of the dioceseof Loran College Dnbuque.

Greensburg, In Pennsylvania -
i i i He studied at the North
Conrln.M from eee..I priesthood" which the Princeof i has been named Bishop
American College In Home,
mand both knowledge and cul the Apostles attributes to of Salina, Kansas and was ordained In the
the whole body of the redeemed 1 1 1 1 it I l i
ture.The Monsignor Frank Crete- Eternal City on Dec I, 1531! ,
candidate I for the bY Francis Cardinal :MarehcttkSelvaggianl. \ -
man, pastor of Holy Spirit I I
Priesthood is expected to be 1 I a .
well bred, well educated, NCCW head to church, Carroll Iowa, has
healthily modern, as is the 1 been named titular Bishop of He made post-ordination

Church which adapts itself to be conventionCOCOA I Vlssalsa and auxiliary to studies in canon law at the
all and is at home in all times at 1I. Bishop Mueller of Sioux City Catholic University of America

J' 1 1 Monsignor Edward A. McCarthy hereBishnpelett,
and all places. BEACH The na 1' I i
tional president of the National secretary to Archbishop McCarthy
The Priesthood Is an elite Council of Catholic Women, 1 11 1 Karl J. Alter of Cincinnati was
born In Cincinnati 10
of God grace dedicated to Mrs. Marcus Kilch, Is expected I s g a l 1 I !, has been named titular Apul ,
1918, the son of Fdward E
the noblest of all callings, to attend the convention of Bishop of Tamawanl and
and Catherine Ottei Me''
1 ( I < jr
said the Archbishop In his letter the St. Augustine Diocesan e auxiliary to Archbishop Al thy. who make their home In
railing/( for the people of Women
Council of Catholic { ter.The Cincinnati He attended StBoniface .
this Diocese to join In the 4. M .
on Tuesday, May r I appointments were announced school[ the
World Day of Prayer for \oratlons .
Kilch comes from Youngstown I here by Archbishop Roger Bacon High School ard

this sear Ohio and attended l I Fgidmagnozzl, apostolic St Gregory Seminary. all in

In the selection of candidates Youngstown University, l I I I tnl delegate in the US. Cincinnati, and Mount Saint

care is given to quality In the field of education, .>, i ; I I _.t e Mr BUhop-elert Aegel<< 1 succeeds Mary Seminary of the N e at,
and excellence, For a vocation she has served as delegate to 1 1 to s see If'rtlunt by the oT\lood.

of such exalted purpose the White House Conferenceon transfer of Bishop rrederkkV
as I Priests', there is a demand Education and Youth. She Frrklng to the diocese ef He sat ordained In the
on the individual of has also compiled an impressive La Crosse, Wisconsin.He chapel of Mount Saint Mary
character, intelligence and record of civic service, Seminary en May !to 1'U by

pit"sical fitness according to Mrs. TheodoreG. was born In Pittsburgh, Archbishop John T, McMcho-

lie must look to the Priest. Antony, local cochairman : r Jan. 15, 1905. the son of Henry las ef( ('Inclnnatl.II. .

hood, the encyclical cited of convention publicity. John and Mary (Foley) \o-
says, solely from the noble In Nee W, Mrs. Filch gel, both of whom art deceased made postordinahnnstudies
motive of consecrating him served in I variety of capacities Low Sunday pilgrimage to take placeFather H. attended grade schoolat at the Catholic "n;.

self to the service of God in diocesan, deanery and St. Augustine In Pittsburgh versify of America here and
and the salvation of souls local councils. She was elect Michael V Gannon, director Sunday': main eventsthe ordination is one of the m I h one findson and St. James in Wil- at the Lateran nlversih aid

lie must have, or strive to ed to the NCCW national of the Mission of Nombre de of two Priests at 10 a.m. on the Mission paths, explaining kensburg, and attended Sacred the AngelKum! In Rome takIng -

acquire, "solid piety, perfect board of directors at the Detroit Dion, St. Augustine! Is readying the April 25 and the annual pilgrimageof : the history of the 400-year-old site Heart High School and degrees In canon law and

purity of life and sufficient convention in 1962, while Ancient Mission grounds for Low Low Sunday at 3 p.m. This sign of the founding of St Auguatine.Women's Duqurwt University in Pittsburgh sacred theology lie has been
to the
director from the before secretary Archbishop
knowledge St. Thomas serving as entering St.
Aquinas said: "11 0 l II l n e. I Province of Cincinnati.She \incent's Seminary at I-a- of Cincinnati since 1944 and

must come before holy orders was elected national trobe. lit was ordained at St.Vncent's an archdiocesan consu'tnrsince )

hence the burden of president of the NCCW In November on June 7, 19.11, by 1962.Most .
orders should be placed onlyon 1964 at the convention convention to hear Bishop Hugh C. Boyle of

walls seasoned with sanctity in Washington, D.C. Her visitto Pittsburgh translated

," Cocoa Beach was made The Bishop elect was named

Archbishop Hurley indicated known at a meeting of the a domestic prelate in 1954, n.n.s.no':\ New
chief of
that numbers are not the DCCW convention committees Gemini space flight and a prothonotary apostolicin Perk chief concern of the Diocesein last week at the Ramada 1958. He was elected by the still the worlds moat translated .

the education of the clergy, Inn, the Cocoa Beach headquarters diocesan ronsultors to serveas and most read book. According ,
but rather an increase in the for the forthcoming (e.in..a fnm .* > be elected, for Installation at day, exclusive of the NASA James, Barbara, Michael and temporary administrator < to the Index T'anslatwnum -

ranks of strong and zealous convention. Joseph parish In Winter haven the last function on the pro tour of the Cape, will be In Rebecca They are membersof of the diocese of Greeniburg ," published ann ,ally -

members of the pastoral The reservations' committee Father David P, Page of gram. keeping with the historical Our Saviour parish. following the death! of( Bishop by the UN's educational,

Priesthood.In reported that many have Epiphany parish In I'ort Pre-conventlon activity Is theme. Colonel Albert 111 serve as Hugh L. Lamb on Dec I, scientific and cultural organization

truth, says the encyclicalof already filed their reservations Orange, and Father Michael expected to set the mood for The speaker Tuesday evening test controller during Project 19S9 and served until the (UNESCO). there were
Pius XI, nothing limo r e with the reservations'committee V, Gannon ho is director of the serious business of theconfl'Tt'ncps sill be Gemini's Colonel Gemini operational tents and consecration of Bishop \AiI- Iwo new translations of the

acceptable to God, of more It ii believed that the Mission of Nombre de Albert. launch operations The federal liam G Connare on May 4, Bible in 13. This tn< Udes
Dios Oldest Mission The women with ..dv.n'erl'seT.hons
honor to the Church, and the tour of Cape Kennedy on America The Air Force Missile Test space agency plans soon 10 fragments of the Bible listed
more profitable to souls than !Monday, May 3, is proving to in St. Augustine from the will\ carry away Center at Patrick Air Force to send two astronauts. Capt Bwhopelect Greteman was as 'Biblia"
the precious gift of a holy be a great attraction Father Cannon will speak memory of a tour of the Base remembers Colonel Albert James A. McDmtt and Capt born In w Illey. Iowa Dec 25. The not most rolln'at' rk

Priest. Let (the laity) be persuaded on the founding of the Mission )\ National Aeronaut.ell'trnnl'dy. from when he served a Edward: H, White, on a feur- 1907! the son of Bernard and was the plays of Shak--prare

that, in no better way 5444444444e4.4444ee444.b54Subscribe ; rather Page, the m h- ics and Space Administra previous tour here in 196S44 day flight into space. 11.tflunfr(: ) Greteman. with IM listings.
than by this work ran of Florida and Father and more recently in the time
now fps : tion's guided<< bus tour of the
they really participate In the onnolly, the1I:\ ltlnarltl. Cape will lean convention he spent at the Cape in the/
high dignity of the kingly 54444444tttssssasswd development and 'launch of
headquarters 1
Pastors of the Diocese always p m on May both Mariner and Ranger
------- 3. If be
you want to on a N.\S\
attend the DCCW conention vehicles
bus for that tour, write space
"M I R-A-C L E" \' in large numbers, Riving right lie Is a native of New York
away to the person In charge:
evidence by their pres. a graduate of \\ett Point and

Lotion once of their personal encouragement Mr., Marlon Ohitti, |I.. 0. a former assistant professor
Especially recommended ai an aid In the treatment for discomfort to the lay leadership nOII ('ape (anatrral, of guided missiles and atomic
due to dry icily idm, FUNGUS Infection of the in the Individual par. florida, Srt.'O.Advance! weapons at West IVtnt.

hindi, nails, EARS, ATHLETE'S foot, PSORIASIS, rash, ishes Deanery presidents His space systems experience \.
prickly hut. chafing and lunburn. Gives a loft velvet like change command at this con. reservations for has included teihnhalainerts <<
ttitur. Only $1.25. Money refunded if not aitufied. \ention, The PCCW board of dinner tickets may be made for Atlas and Titan

directors will hold meetingsand through her by persons she missiles, director of Hanger
new DCCW officers will do not plan to attend' other and Mariner launch vehi lea
portions of the convention. and N'\SVs Atlas and
24 Colored Potter Stamps \gena
Send checks made
out to
ST .
0 Baptized Thor Agena' launches As he
aJ Highlighting the history of AIGUSTINE DIOCLSANCONVENTION'
r r Fiend 400th Anniversary 5foOl'L, Korea (NC) Bish : has said this work involved
:4 Price $1.00 Includes ducrip- op-elect Peter Hwang of Tae Dinner and entertainment "more than )lust buying the
five folder' with A booster and putting fire in its
stamps Jon baptized 44 adult converts at 7 p m. on Monday, May 3, '
tailwt t bolt
Write can just one
mailing tOI
I i here recently. The newly i will be $I 00 a person, dinner of these payloads to the top 1

Florida Poster Stamps baptized are professional men on Tuesday, May 4. at 130 of a missile engine and blast

1. P. O. Bei ITS working as company txecu P m., $4 SO; dinner on Wednesday off, he sa>'s.
Land 0 l. .., Fla. lives, bank managers, professors Mar S. at I p m. IS M.
and lecturers In Seoul The entertainment on Mon- New, he I U responsible" for
colleges: and universities Insuring that the Gemini
see..ei New delegation Uwirh vrhlrle I It pnperly!

GAINESVILLE'S FINEST HOME VALUES configured, cheeks est, and 1
\ .\TIC.i (1TIrt
&UllltCAll1 YOIIII snows tmLt' ( meets all performance re
Pope Paul M has
created anew quirement and tests diirisg

? -. lI-r central apostolic Africa with delegation,.headquarters tor. launch preparations.He DCCW speaker from Cape

'''''' : T in Yaounde. Cameroun. reported to the Cape as

a .. It will have Jurisdiction over Chief of Gemini Launch Division Lt Ccl J 'j G. Albert, left, who hu Mrs. Hubert H. Hoarir"Albert : -ocd

HUGH EDWARDS INC. ::.Lusar.uMsunKasr Cameroun, Chad Conga scarcely three months accepted an izmUtioa to speak ta the Chief of the: Gemini Launch
(Brazzaville. Gabon
and tie ago.<<
O 1100___ nre ee,,t>.. 1 lm.e Central .\frUan I Republic. He Is married ta the former St Augustine Diocesan Council ef Cathotta Divliiirtn. eplalriM! the recent OmirJ

..rr'TwI' ) BTXVTU TROWIT. "Mae... ,tsarO...... r.rm.me.. eu4-,*..... r.M.e Mtna. Named apwtoUc delegate was Mas Jean Lee Lee of BwrtftftM Women ia convention at Cocoa voyage into space. .The \i. a rn.kt!
MTKICK'S MR1SH AMI It HOC 0 .-Mr, '**.| >.". ee..w ArrMiwrtof Ulfl Po m. am N rtfe CanrisM They' !Beach Is shown la this Air Force- was oa a tow of ta* Cape ia Fbnau7
N, K. 16th Ate. Uia trees at MM ww. taw a IMMMItKm
official of NASA photograph giving a Cap )Ken* when! this.
r ewwMt Inb. fw. MM IMS papal l see I e have RUM children Cecilia' r4cturt was taken )
tariate of state John Julia, Mary, Patricia nedy welcome to \ice President and


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