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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 30, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
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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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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AUGUSTINE-Two v t ST. ..U'G'SnXF.-.fore

young men were ordainedto f r i than :2000! Florida Catholics

''OL. L lV I, No. M Orlando Florida Friday, April SO, 1963 lOg the Priesthood on Low walked, prayed' and medi-
Sunday during an outdoor 5, p tat..d in a demonstration of

Mans at the Mission o{ i. 'J. a ..rdf Faith during the annual
Nombre de Dios where the .
Low Sunday Pilgrimage to
V Convention to first pariah Mass in th* { t the place where Catholics

cover United' States was celebrated ., sA14 took root in America 400

400 yean ago. f Sif years ago.ArchWahop,
Archbishop Joseph P. : .
+ Joseph P
Hurley celebrated the Maw Burley officiated and led'

400 years of history Julien at which and Father Father Roland William M. r the procewkm through the

Mission of Nombre de Dioa
L. Stabler ordained e
were S
America's! Moat Sacred
COCOA BEACH-This coming week the homemaker David P. Page, an official o lr( Priests Acre

of the Diocese will assemble here for the annual convention the St. Augustine Foundation More than 1000 Catholics T The which
procession
of the St. Augustine Council of Catholic Women ; and Father Michael V. from throughout the t>i* r wound along coquina pathways .
Gannon director of the Mission ocese attended' the 10 ..m- s; I IF
Their deliberations
will open solemnly at a pontifical Mans under arches of old
of Nombre de Dios.
to be offered by Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley Bishop of DCCW officialdom will be ordination Mass L trees laced with Spanish

St. Augustine. He will speak to the women during their represented on the speakers'rostrums In his address, Archbishop r I Iir mms. concluded a day which

convention and will welcome to their midst Bishon Charles by Monsignor:( Patrick llurler called the site of the 1 began with the ordination of
ordination hallowed ground two Priests
(see adjoining
B. McLaughlin, auxiliary of E. Nolan of Jacksonville,
the Church of Our SI\lour in which was first visited! by story>
the Diocese of Raleigh diocesan spiritual director of
Cocoa Beach. Prints ahead of a treat Spanish
Distinguished Priests and the DCCW.: Father Vincent It was a day both of recollecting
armada in 1565.Ha .
members of the laity will Tuesday earning the wornea E Smith of Orlando, assistant of Catholic heritage la.
reminded the
new
address the convention. The will hear as address by 14. spiritual director; Mrs 1 Florida and a pledge *f energy
Prints of their sacred
dutyto
theme Is 400 years of Faith Col. John G. Albert chief of James Lac her of Bradenton and resources *f the
follow the good works of
spanning the Church's history the Gemini launch division. DCCW president and officersof faithful of the Diocese to .Insure
the ;
first Spanish Priests who
the dlOC't'fialoeew board \ the future
In Florida from galleonsto Mrs Marcus Kltch of and of the DCCW deaneries. raised the cross of Christ
gantries. Youngstown, Ohio, national near the rustic outdoor attar The procession began at 3
Monday at noon the Ra- president of the National I Many of the DCOV board where the Mast was said p in. Just at a rain shower

mada Inn headquarters at Council of Catholic Women, members are taking part la recalledhew 'Come forward to be ordained1 dissipated.
Archbishop
Cocoa Beach will buzz with and Mrs. George P. Coyle of convention workshops.Moderators (he lint Burley Priests sera The walk through four centuries

activity as the women assemble Jacksonville Florida, president and chairmen tred Isle the wilderness of Two new Priests of the Diocese, Father de Dins in St. Augustine When the ritebegan of Catholic history in

to take their NASA- of NCOV's past national wUl lead panelists in discussion the new country, biasing missionary Roland M. Julien left and Father the candidates were vested as Florida signalled the beginning

Kennedy.sponsored The bus host tour of Cape directors will be guest of the following general (rails from the Mis WIlliam I.. Stahler right, were ordained deacons, carried on their arms folded of the Church's participation &.
parishesare speakers.The In the
those In the arras of ICCW endeavor in sine .Nombre. de I>los. at the outdoor Mass last Sun. (chasubles and held lighted candles. Quadrlcentennlal
Cape area history of Florida will celebrations planned for Uler
and they han planned a be told by Father Matthew the DiocesePublic :relations Mrs, Like their 16th century day morning at the Mission of Kombre this year

warm welcome Monday evenIng Connolly, former director of Mark A. Hellwig of Orlando, predecessors the new Prints Christian power and by place of Christianity and civilisation ,............"..,.." ....... Participants Included the
under the direction of the Mission of Nomhre de chairman; Father Cornelius have a sacred duty to clean Priests of the Most High God in America filled clergy Sisters, school children .
Father James F. llerhhy of Dios in St. and bind the wounds of Lauds MissionIn
Augustine; Father A. Dougherty moderator; the and b* the undying sacrificeof the Knights of Columbus
Mrs N. K.: Yerkes of \'enlce.Miss fink, the Archbishop told the our Redemption It is hallowed early despite i threatening' Holy Name Societies, altar .
Charities'plaque marks Leonora' Connell of new Prints. core' again this morn. early morning weather on the May 1 Issue of hoys, members of ('hurt"chor.1 ]

Tallahassee, Mrs. Harry After saluting the Ambassadors log by the raining of these Low Sunday America-the national" groups, tic families of

Bailey of Largo and Mrs present from neighborIng tee young men to the! sacred Ambassadors to the Organ Catholic weekly review the newly ordained Priests,
career of Miss Connell Charles Cole! of St. Augustine sovereign nations, the Priesthood and our cornelebrntmn isation of American States the editor-ln-chlef, Father and lay people! from throughout "

panelists.Family Archbishop< said: of the Mass from 11 Latin American nations Thurston N. Davis, In a the Diocese of Kt. Augustine

ST. PKTKRSBfRO: -Monalgnor Patrick J, Tralnor and youth Mrs. This Is hallowed ground, It It! Is my earnettt hope that their wives and aides lead editorial praised, "the Many tourists visiting
and Father John J. Inihan }.f.s.W. thin week announcedthe Thomas Kenna of Neptune was hallowed 400 years ago this. holy place, this "place of attended the ceremonies, rrmsrksbU work that 1 I. the Mission took the opportunity

retirement of Mine Mary Connell as executive secre._. Beach chairman; Father .:d. by great eiplorers of a great the Name of God t -- Nombreri The latin American anihas- being don, to rentore and to b* present
Duos-tif old St Augus Joining In the
ward J Mulligan moderator procession
lary ot the St suitors, Included Itkardo Colombo
Petersburgoffice Mrs. Harry Grimm and tine, will be liirther' sanctified crnbrllbth the Mission of and recitation of the rosary
of the Catholic Charities Mrs William Whitney of Or PopoPaulspoaksof by becoming (the place of of Argentina; Mmar Nombre de Dio In time for were Ambassadors to the Organisation
P Mjrlnaho llratil Ir Alfredo

Bureau.In Undo. Mrs, John llorvath of pilgrimage especially during : the fourth centenary cele of American States
Colombia
Maitland the 4 recognition of the outstanding and Mrs Robert world Guillermo Castro ('.oIIIIU..a bration" In fit AugustineNaNN1NNN1NINNIIN. nations
Miss Mary McGiU of Jacksonville, panel peace our Catholic people and of alllketr ; and several U I. State
IV. Jose nonllla Allies, IV* .
service Miss Connell lots VATICAN MTV (!NO Cbrfi'xvn nelnMiorai and Department officials

: rendered during IS years In CancQ Catholic Action Mrs, W. Pop. Paul M again made Indeed of all their netKMnrs mlnUan Jartwne Itepubltoi, Kruador. Dr. lUxIrl-Dr. Father John Dluett and Father The O\1 ambassadors, theft
a supervisory position with T. Humphrey of Dundee peace the! theme of hit brief who reverence God and the go ; David ()5h.... wives, aides and American
Carlo: G, Issuer Gualfmll.1JtlC'ardll
Catholic Charities of this Diocese chairman; Father', Henry J. talk 10 thousands of persons things of God. A Midencn Mo;, Also participating" were government official wr In
M gathered In St Peter Mnnslgnor William J, Mul- St Augustine Saturday for
i r o n moderator Mrs square
a.plaque was presentedto The grounds of the !Mission h Honduras, Miguel Corre. Pan
Miry Sperry of St. Peters for hif weekly neon blessing tally P A Interrogator, and ceremonies marking the Oldit .
her at a luncheon In April were established on tot Avenue burg Mrs Alvin Bailey of CM tow Sunday April( Hi, which was called the birth. ama; Iteuben I. Alvarenga,. Father Cerlle I Make C 511 ft City's 4flmn anniversary.They .

at St. Petersburg The presentation North and 6th Street' 1'otI'Nlrl, Rrh. Mr*. The nishop of Horn took NNNNNNNNNN111111Vocations / Paraguay awl Carlos Alas Moftalgwir. Patrick K:. Nolan" attended the ordination

was made by Monsignor Paul Downing of Ukeland. not of the various remmemta mora, Peru V,.'. and MoiMtgnor John I'. Mill at 10 a m, and returned
At that time, the SI. Petersburg
Trainor, chairman of and Mrs George Sierra of eeetls. a C'fII'ttMft'' bfotft, .held The ambassadorial party Hums were among\ the PriestspreMnt to the Mission of Norn-
the diocesan<< Board of Catholic sine *fflc nUn.* gave stroke 1* Tampa panelists Italy to mark the :auta anmvertary NT. .tUJrsiiNi: Elks: alto, Included. Manuel Jtaml- bee d* Dioa for the procession

Charities, and by Father NlII Presidents Nfl James of the! libwatMrt of w here In thin have .la a res, deputy protocol officer of Father'' Philip lUlstead was In the afternoon Follow! *
Inihan.. eiecutive secretaryof When the office hi Tampa Brown of Orlando chain Italy from fascist. and nan copy the Organicattofl) of American commenlstor awl the chant Ing the procession Archbishop
the diocesan Board of Calh- was reopened in lt7. some mall; Paths James F Kd- control. of the prayer for vocation Slates. and his American of the liI.| ny was led by Father Hurley greeted each of

olio Charities.Ml of the grew lag catelead was wards ..........; Miss which will bo sell during counterpart, Tobias Hart- Jaime Ijirs and Father th* group at a brief recepthin
Cvnnell Is a native *f returned to that city from'' !tie Irene !Vanhm of Jackson IVpPaul, I referred la the th* month of May Monsl- wick, of 1M U 8,, Stale' 'Department JON (Ml In the library of the Mission (

Boston Massachusetts. She west Coast office ef Charities ,lilt, Mr Anthony Bank ttf"CI'U mivrrtirlrs and events. gnnr Irvine Nigool, chancellor I>r. William Sander ANI-Unr l the ordmamU was of Nomhr d* Dios.Farh .

came I* Florid In 1-47 I* be. which Miss Connett headed. back pate which. In these minds des," em Ie haw. newt to It that *, assmtant. Secretary General Father, Frank Slouch *f the visitors was
She renUiHted hi the rcupy sat holy card of of the OAS and John Topping
ifetw-M 1"bIM
eaecstlv poai-
come secretary *f | f
Thus choir was composed' .1( presented with a ropy the
the Tampa office *f Cathllchsrltk ben as executive secretary inSt Papal honor WtttMUt mtMnmg. law fart J'.ul1 bearing\ on the re'vrrne of OAS the high school) students .f( Informal! hnnklet?. 'The

( *. Petersburg, stsumlag r. that. the Christian d-nnnetats. aid this) prayer have, This was the flrtl outdoortrdlailkin Cathedral' "I'arl.h. ".. .tag," Minding If SI. Aagvttln."
spo fib lrty fur Cuban refugee JUKMIMHIK: Pope t*. communist. and various
out to oMer grade Mats since line, iumrnlrd by the vices
gone (
May
She; brought! It the positionexperience youth in the ares akmg with Paul VI he. reelected tn* e. -fIt grat-piats .f Italian socsrty At the urging flf the ambassadors
school children and high IH, al (Ihll .Minion. f the girls *f Father UpriIlllh
gained M the
the weal Catholic Charities honor *f papal rhamrerialaon wert all holding separate Archbishop Hup-
Ninth In the flews of social services offered by the r.* Monsignor Andrew J. ...,.......... hi said.. school student' .kt the .pariah rather" Jtilien" was assisted| School l, 1 1*)tun* heath. .. Irv Intcrlhei,! the bookletsa
'ml a hots' their Susie lll h
work and law. She held a gtoMl ettr over which site Shah), Syrian Catholic Priest "Wt must ale the. lord tar **. by MiMslgnof Harold K. Jordan Illfk Schwil, Jvrkxiiititle. pKrrtnr < a rmmbraru ef their
master's degree in social preMrtVd ender the/ direction la Jacksonville Monsignor In* virtues which lay the TV I***** win join In awl Father W.hler was visit to the place where the
'work from SlnwrtwM Caflec nt the diocesan B. rd of Xhasliy will be I Invert* M oymtatMu fer pc the capacity th* I-of1'a WorH hay of assisted. by Father Joseph first ,pariah Mat was ctla
In Massachusetts and b 'ra.. CheraVsla Sunday evening, May 8 MI t. forgive. to .love I* Prayer for Vocation onMay CoHeFatJwr. RIIt., Mary large J hostel i in September, IMS. bya
a member of time. Academy .t Aped of I1*!. MM CanMSI o'c_k al Holy unary pin general. ........*.. hider. 2 awl will out and is4f Mary JulIa H s J Spanish Print Father
Certified' Social Workers eflwrted te mss* *f UMregMieial ChuM, Jacksonville pop special *n..-HIt human carry Nell Aager sal! Fa- directed the reseal, efiMmMwhi .. IofM>*; -.ttho accompanied the
la 1S. the regtuti) ."" hof IT limos of the "por! r, Pd .-
of Catholic Charities was t* Its present quarters the "honor fw his work among l. have a gnnum. desire for a the prsvrr fir vwaU'ina tha|>lains. to the Af titn, Kh',p the c;
moved from Tampa to St I'.- ta the fommunit Ser\i I':' the Syrian CatnoUr* la the ChrWian peace among our during the m'mth. Matters! of rerrTy: '"i "P, Altar! boys fi 1 m a n';ml> r MI l1a"l l V Cannon
tf'rlilUrl l and .dtlllartf"1 renter on Mt Sfeet' Nurth Ja< hOIl'lilt area aehes Father James F (.. ;::t-: TMO bark page ASM''.\l, page seeds

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Bas L. Matter 1 kneel l during their ordiswttosi at Hueabrc. de Dtn where their <>r4tn i..m two Julien. Father Junrs Y i.I.skb r ','hrr Stabler" r.. the eeve....... fes the ease pWt....., the new PrUata'

Priettboot SBJ flit AmtAjatin hail .......,.. JI"OC".1 Arrinfiytitg the Prte.U In promum w..r- J<_|>h *uifwl'>l r .tr J, tin #!'err' aril at the r.lau..e ire a*tad at the extreme "'t.LIBRARY .

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Carho1tc1or1p0VtS r Holy Name Banner l] II I1CONGRATL'IATION I1i


Jacksonville Vice president; Mrs Raymond St. PetersburgST. 4ijO I ,
B. Smith, treasurer; and Mrs. $ to
BLESSED TRINITYOn JOSEPH
Warren Saye, secretary. officers
Father The monthly card
April 20. EugeneC
Kohls installed the officers These officers will be installed sponsored by the St. Joseph of our member societies Jamt'l J.

of the plsssed Trinity Guild at a dinner at the parish guild, will bl held on and to the retiring officers r' ::'" I McAnliffiDlecesai
Thunderbird Inn on April 28. ,
at their Installation dinner at May 8 at 1 p,m. In the parish the _
labored Curing
Mrs. Cyril Sodding, past who have
the Thunderbird Restaurant president hall ?02* Lakevlew Avenue "Jr _
Installed as officers for the of the DCCW, will be South St. Petersburg Donations last year that HU will be
the installing officer and principal Refreshments letter are congratulated
c,mng! year were Mr- Nick are one dollar. r done. The President
GInnme.:: president; Mri speaker- wl| | bt served and the for their efforts and ..lL 'Slit
The Club ii making final' _
Hubert Machart, first vice- public invited. their accomplishments; the
plans for their annual' card
piidcnt; Air,. Albert Me- party and benefit show to beheld PDA former en the confidence!: and

Lend, second v'f' -president; in ,the Sotithside Wom Pathop! | ( Daughters of' trust placed in them by their action, the doers of the \

"rs. Panald Dipianta, secre-- an's Club May 6. General' America, Court. Sancta Maria pastors and associates in en. world- and we are. But !

t-p1 and Mra. Joseph T. chairman for ,this event 'Is No. 852 will sponsor ,* dessert trusting/ to them the responsibilities what we are and what we do ,

7 ''T. treasurer. Mrs Stanley Kosakowskl with card party, Saturday, May 1, of their officp and the is almost entirely the result ;

i 3th"T Michael V Gannon, Mrs Joseph Krinsby Jr. Asher from Mo k p.m- lit the CPA 1 fate of the Holy Name Society of their motivation.

d> actor of the Mission of cochairman. Hall 263 6th Avenue South, |in their parishes for the peat t All women should be
N tmbre de Dios in St. August par.
!. spoke the women on HOLY St. Petersburg For reservations year. ticularly devoted to Mary and
II (to ROSARYThe \
call: Mrs. Mary Sums Whether t congratulationswill
to Christ pefore His
t'-3 hlitory of (the CatholicC Altar Society and Parents bach\ BOB 901)) i Mrs. Julia t* due you a year from had not treated coming,

'arch/ !in Florida Auxiliary of Holy ftpsaryparish timers, 8280&22i: or Mri. now depends to a great extent men well. In woman

t ipal plans were made for plan a combined\ in Ester ]Pasting, 523 6043. 1 on what. you da la the pent very many casts
the annual bazaar, May 2, on women, were treated as chattels
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stallation luncheon at ))2:$0 The donation is a dollar. two months. Selection of your
the church grounds, 10478 or workers, and in no
at
p.m., May I, the fialenost
committees and setting tip
Boulevard, A fried did they hive
Beach Restaurant in Jackson villI. COCOA BeachThe "'- for the next case any dignity

chicken! dinner will be served Mrs. Eugene Ilarche, for senior girl class at year your program should be considered or importance la their t.i

CHRIST THE KING mer officer of the St. Augustine ) Central,,' Catholic High School' carefully and in great depth right

The Guild pf Christ the DCCW Deanery, will install has been chosen to serve a. so that whether your society Mary, by her holiness u4

King Church} held its annual Mrs. Haynei Andrews, pages far the 95th annual convention Bazaar approaching at Kenny HighMay I la activf in the summer acceptance el God'i will and
president pf( the Altar Society
Installation banquet Thursday pf the St. Augustine months or not, you will eater Christ through Ills teachings
and Mrs, Robert l Rhodes, Rincesan Council pf Catholic P will pa a special day it Pish! fund raising the left
night, April 22, at 7 p.m. project are, from September with full,, activity sad Church have changed aH
in the Thunderbird Restau president Pf the Parents! Ancillary. Women at the Rsmada Jnn, op Kenny High School: Jacksonville. seated, Miss Catherine Brown: holding and a comprehensiveplan that and placid maRhod"

Cocoa Beach: May 3 through Tliis (18 the day of the annual bazaar
rant. Mrs. John G Regan, envelopes containing literature for par for the year on s pedesliL
Other officers of the Altar (. These ((8 young ladies will\ which will be
installing officer, installed held on the school cots; standing:, Sam De Bartolomeis
You will attain ill
Society Mrs Ponald some or
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the following officers'Mn. : be assigned duties at all convention grounds from to For over 1900 years, wines
J S It is .
Shults, vice president; Mrs. sessions on May 4 p.m hoped Monsignor Mortimer Danaher, Frank of four goals but, you nil) rertalnly remained
Daniel
Japour, president generally M that
Mr,. Hollice Crisp Honor Wilson, secretary; end and 6.The, that every Catholic In Jacksonville will Ta.ssone and John Baldwin. ,, not$ kit any higher (has pedestal. Unfortunately k
; MISS Mary f Lucille attend the bazaar, Spearheading! the aim. trecent
first vice.president; Mrs. Jack Taylor, convention\ will pay ; you years, the disciples .,

Morgan, second vice.president treasurer (tribute 'to the bringing of Let's set our sights! on a the devil have been tearing
; Mrs. Erwln F. Menninger Serving the parents Auxiliary Christian1! to Florida by 'the Seminole Orlando Maitland star-the star of Bethlehem at that position through an

secretary; and Mrs. Mar low, first will be vice-president Mrs. Joseph Mrs.fit- Spanish *W years ago and BLESSED SACRAMENTNewly CONWAY MISSION ST MARY MAGPALEM and the bringing of the peaceof forms of Immorality-and

vin Himmelberg, treasurer. Joseph Glasser, second; vice- the establishing of the first steeled officers of Effective May 2, the Sunday The St. Mary Magdalen Christ to>> all men. Our duties too often they have beta aid.
Circle Chairmen were also permanent settlement| in the the Mathers'/ Club of the are of eternal importance ed by misguided womenthemselves.
installed. president; Mrs. E. M. Howard / United States at St. Augus Blessed Sacrament school Mass schedule at Conway Altar Society members have and any officer or committee 1 don't think

Father W.. Thomas LarkIn, Norris Jr.,, treasurer secretary! Mrs. Mrs.A. Pete. tine. are Mrs. Bernice Holman, Mission will, be 8.30 and 19 elected the following officersfor member who Is not going to there is any finer tribute than

spiritual adviser, congratulated C. historian.; and In keeping with this Spanish President! ; Mrs Claire Mock, a m. the coming jean Mrs. do his best should decline or to bi called a good vonam
the Guild officers and Givens, influppce/ the pages! Will' Mrs Mary Stevenson, 'first John Pberhart, president rriign.
Circle chairmen Mrs. ; Less
are be in ST. JAMSPlans than forty years
Spanish costumes de ago
members and outlined their and
Clyde King, Mrs. T. B Christian second vice presidents; Mrs Herbert Jaeb, vice president If we all invoke the aid of
achievements for the signed by Mrs. Fred Walsh/ Mrs. Stiles are just about finished women generally vere
Beth ,
past Mri. Connie ( ,; Mrs Frederick'
Mrs. Ethel Lind, Mrs. chairman of Mrs. the Holy/ Spirit and work as frowned upon who smoked ia
year D. E. Jolley, Mrs. Frederick Walsh, historian pages.Pf the Or Jastrezliski, recordingand And all is In readiness L rkum, treasurer; and Mrs. hard as wo can, our rewards public, dyed! their hair or
Mrs. Crisp, chair. '
program Raker, Mrs. R. B. Hendry lando-Central Deanery has corresponding secretaries for the annual) St. James par. Henry Mullin. secretary. Father will bo beyond our dreams. drank or dressed Immoderate
introduced Father Rich
man and Mrs.
ard Bowles from Assumption Mrs. Ronald Elder, Mrs. Paul used the Spanish colors red mum, ;treasurer. Acva| | Mar- ish picnic to be held| :Sunday, Hubert J. Reason pas Nest month our country I ly Divorce was a disgrace
Guthrie and Mrs. Charles They will be The tor. Installed the new officers) celebrates Mother's and
black and ellow for the girli'costumes. May 3 event will take Day and I don't remember net
Church who addressed )
the( Installed
|In the
Roberts. Church: Thursday place at Camp San Pedro on at t the nO a m. Ma.ss, Sun the purpose Is most desirable knowing of a divorced
ladies. Mrs. Vincent May 20 at 6.30 p m., and the shores of Lake day Aprii 25. the persosjliving
Werner will The getacquaintad dinner I/low ell in even though ( commercial in my nelghbortoo4
Also Father
present were a banquet
will 'follow,
Jaime Lara and Father Timothy serve as moderator/ for this and entertainment/ on Monday On Saturday Maitland, from noon until 5p.lI1. The St. Mary Magdalen exploitation leaves much to or a member of any family
May S, the
J. Allman from Christ event. Mrs. Charles Marvin evening will also follow the annual Mothers' Catholic Women's Guild met be desired as it does to so in the grammar or high

the King Church. and Mrs. R. W. Curl are in Spanish pattern. Mrs. Gerald will be held at ,the Day Clearwater dance The\ primary purpose of the Monday, April 2Q, at 8 p 11In many hohda).. schools I attended You know

charge of the luncheon. J. Rogero! chairman pf the Beach Memorial Civic Cen picnic is to provide an oppor, the school. Father Reason addressed May Is also the month of oar how different things are today

RESURRECTIONMrs Ann inlands entertainment committee said ter. The donation Is three dol (unity for the people of theparish the: members- J:18: (' Bltsttd Mother Mary., and and )how the world eon-
!! f. lUnley Mri the Guild members of Ascension lars to get acquainted and hon of' officers was as follows fusts freedom with license
a couple. Music will be we can well kumtr both Molk-'
was elected president of the\ PERNARD : Mrs Robert Bush,
Eau to have president
parish, Gallie prom provided an outing together. photography with pornography
by Roger Athan's ers by a daily for tke
Resurrection parish Woman'lClub. The schedule 'for Sunday ise "An Evening Spain" ta>> Band between Whether you are someone ( ; Mrs. Carl Warren first rotary and amusement with Immorality
8pm. and Intention{ of mother- ,,
1 own
Mrs. John Lee is the Masses at vice president,, Mrs. W. our
St.
Bernard Mission all "amlgos" of the Diocesan a m. The Sabers new in the parish or a. Ipnger ,
11,
will make
furnish us our holldijiHoly I
first) vice president; Mrs |Is K and 10 a m. Council music resident, come out and meet Hmton, second vice president;
Stanley Kosakowskl, second during intermission some of your Catholic neighbors Mrs J. F. Mulson, recording )4)i, particularly ouch n For Christians Aerobe see
s IS this when Mans and
and enjoy the afternoon, secretary; )Ira. Nor nan no tolerinro for error-..ertmpr..11I
Holy Communion, for oar
Lansverk,
corresponding sec
with evO.
Sr Petersburg sponsors say retary.; Mrs Maurice Stohler, mothers liking or dead. I Is
The program w ill include tke greatest, girt we esq make
Ar Me treasurer Mrs J. U Klein, In the hinds ef our womea
games and contests for
the/
w ,e parliamentarian and Mrs, lies the
future
wt children. A round W. men ire the result of of our world.
merry go
R J. iu.n!! historian We
men must instruct Inspire
for the little folks will be the women in our lives We -
PANIE T WINTER CO, there A record hop for the The tMiuntM meeting was are what our mothers ours and help the women we

Ho pillt School (ends H teenagers- Will be held. There followed by a musical program ".Mh arts, our wives, and love i Ia their duties and obli

40J Florida Theatre >lcl9. t will be stands and booths by << pre 'nled( by Mrs. all the women we have knows gallon They tai and must

St. Petersburg the various parish organza David U.ltmalInd Mrs. have made of us Wo like to set high standards of f moral.y. \.

Maurice Lerue.Tampa. think of ourselves the .
Phone IU.OUlALPINE tjons and a special cake is men
booth. There will be live entertainment Pray always, but particularly

by local parish (la May, that Mary win
Chari
ties
groups. This year, for the Board Intercede for our mothers,

I first time there will be a daughters and sweethearts,

The all nw Nursing Homo band concert by the Bishop holds alactiolT.UlrAJlarold of officers that they may receive the
for the fintit In t-'urtma Moore High School Band. n grace to prt'lt'I'the Halted

Homo Car. Arrangements to provide position which Christ has
167-4573 many tables and chairs have 11, Dav!Is has been elected to sue given them.

H54 JUt Ave, South u !been made. Food and refreshments eeed Sam latlmer as preside:nt of the board of di"'tloratau

will U available: at of the Catholic Charities Bur of Tampa. Other board

Officers elected for St Paul's Guild nominal cost or guests may officers were elected at the i, April board meeting end FURNISHED

bring their own. appreciation was expressed to Mr Latuner
Edouard C and& the others
Craig
Father/ ( Lawrence Cunningham spoke left, Mrs. Agnes Ecker, second vlc,. Ample parking Is available who )have served on the hoe rd for six years and are now APARTMENTSRmrvatloM

Cenhwler, and Dlitributor to the women of St. Paul l parish Worn president; Mrs. Robert Smith, tress at Camp San Pedro. Frt retired from the Bureau's arrtnat ...ti -

for en's Guild, St. Petersburg, at their urer; Mrs. Bernard Gum, president transportation from St James directorate.The 1 i e, c.U.t.; NW YORK(
Yei Mefal, CeramTe' Installation banquet held ; Church by bus will be provided WORLDS FAIR to ; *
recently, PJc- Mrs. Peter Doriuk, first Bureau, a United Fundagrncy *, a.-
and, M ul< Tits tared with Father \ica-presj. for those who have no tominoditloNi. Air 11lI4i.J Jt'OMe1
Cunningham: the has "a <
7..t" St. S. H7-4IO! pew officers of the Guild, from are the tary.dent; and< Mrs Joanne Hunt, secre- the car. picnic This bus site will shortly l ltau after for board," it was explained revolving, and : .A- ,AT"r.e THE,' .GATi itet..i.sloe >OF!.

members do>> not Gene on it
the I II I o'clock Mass, and return THE FAIR' Write ToMri.
more than Iii at a time.
T to the church in the late years

Holy Name Church Tampa bus to go to Tampa to ire afternoon. (Mh.r members ef lie M. J. Bcncjinia

ST. PETER CLAVER "The Sound of Music" for Kor those who may t be unfamiliar heard npreiitd irillluo'tfur 54.It.II I 'KM
JACKSON'SSHOES f rather Jjhn D. Lennon both the matinee and evening with the area, directions lilt ..m.lfUh aid MiilatIng a; ye.
C,..,
SSJ. announced that the performance Wednesday\ to the camp follow Ge imlre te the agency during 41,14.Y.

UiRJ3 Forty Hours Devotions at St. June 9. Mrs A. II Tucker is north on 1793 Mills( Street) the past si* years by the

DON Peter Clever Parish took general chairman of the theatre to the (Int'Tltft/en/ pf Horade members who are rttlriig

BARDEltA place last week parishioners party Members of the Avenue In Maitland and 171; from the Wire. They are" Mr.latlmrr I ow"at better r

Mmfer it Peterlbur attended Mass, rosary, litany, parish are invited to make turn right on Horatio and 'fol Into (1Ih., Mrs.n. .

141 Central. Avr, eU.IIII) sermons and Benediction of their reservations far either law the signs M. Heals aid Mrs. ArtkirIllBlMIII. a and faster with
441 ttH $fr,,t North the afternoon
the Mast Blessed Sacramenton ar mmng per The committees from all ; .

April to, 9t and 17, formance. the organisations of, the par Pin ly elected! members ., F FALSE TEETHEXCLUSIVE
They ISO'! toted to sponsor Uh have .worked ta Insure anenjojabl .
MOST HOLY REDEEMER the beard are Guido PiceirUU,
Fowler & Payor Inc. n.( Ladies Altar Society of Holy along Name with the men of the outing fur the people Mrs John Burgess, Dr, P Ufihethy Mr. DAVIS
the Most Society, the annual of' St Janus and they ask ,
|Holy| fUdnemerChurch Henry Taupier, JeeSthwslke
parish > |I" whit that
pfc* 'will" parishioners com and ,
Mnobaugh and Central be held and Charles Hen.eel. Greater Tampa Chamber ofCommerce.
General Insurance again' this year at enjoy) the afternoon
Avenues, Tampa, Is sixinsoring l. Ho Is a member
Phillip ** Perk) in lately. f Ir
)
III Ninth Street, North WIIJI St, Petersburg, a muther-cmldren Harbor on Siwulay., June 13 $T, JOHN VIANNIY The annual muting of tilt of Christ the King holy\ Name \

Communion breakfast, Sunday Mrs M. M. DrumnuMMl will Installation of the officersof board saw the following erfv- Society. the notary Clua and
May Jitter I.:90 Mats tern elated with Mr.( Davis !the Knights, ef Columbus ...
be general chairman far (the M John Vunney Catholic '' W 1.r4 ps y ..... 1J' ... .
at which time the members at president: Kiorvtive, boards of the e..L.r .,..y, rurrrrss
::
Per Csthollss Of) PlnilUi County Hill picnic. Woman's Club was held April Dr C a e- h Ire 11w1 4 /,.....
Joseph
r.tI\ Holy CommunionIn HIM, vicenresidrnl. I Holy Name .
II In the social hall w nth Mrs. society group ::'::: = A.M p..e.
.
a bmly All women and LeeiburgIT. Chester Kaimimsak of D- Mrs. George Jon- claim his time file local par. I IUh II. ... .w w's' iuTa1RN: __

Calvary Cemetery children of the parish' are !invited I.and, president of Orlando kiss, secretary and Miss society. the West teas( J........-......N pea .. M4 n..eIw /
PAUL WI'II
ta attend.Dunedin Martha Franco, the ran
agency's Deanery UN board and the 1 L-- ..
H .t4 Cn CntrallX'CW Deanery as Installing ( ...,, --1 '
The newly elected l pr sl- Mocutive" secretary board West Coast Lamen Retreat :we "p .,---n\. ,; :
officer. -..... ........
dent of SI Paul's. 'Italy( Nim treasurer u uw
Aitoclitio .,,
V\ If 11th St -
/, S. If N.,
'h'1' IU.4U1 Society af Installed were Mrs Gerald ,
OUR LADY OP LOURDES Uesburg Is Uoiv Mr Davis Is active, I la Holy
0111.! Father William W. aN |" bctr, Kussell, president; Mr,. Bus- Nime and
Open ,-. '.M. My I M, ',M. M 1vad.yJ Dubois, Mil retreat work
pastor of Our lady of Lourdes In attendance, at a board M"Lttrhr'Ic'| prest- en the west toast ef Florida FRANCHISE
the meeting In the rectory dent i Mrs Charles Halt- Hs Is married' and three .
parish reports fallowing were of A-au.l "'". ltlid plu/ seheg awd al
lunday Miss change af, ,dl". the newly elected! slate ef officers Schneider Mrs., rtcordini secretary ku four children are attending ieteriee; N eatwrer. f,..en>.. aeoCod types.{ swleus
tile. and past officers who Julian Itntk, ,err Christ the king School Ti1. e* Asphalt
U Yi.yl. lieelwe, y eye, Asb.otec, Nod .
les Is1sd As of May } and until further ..lIlIaI'm the ntcutist board responding secretary, and Tampa whore, the .. C.i. W'.4.4 firetvr. -;
.
1 Mrs James Brown familymtrnWi ,Reidy ,t.- .*.. ...i m',*j ..... .>,1.4|: t. wend
(rni ,ef notice, 'th* Runday for the society Appointed to treasurer, are parishioners.A s.e... IF _.acrose ..*<.<... Tk;. liJ; ,'.. w.... .114...I
"'
Maik.s in Our Lady of the board were Nick 1.1.11I.t Mrs Kaimitrmk spoke to graduate e/ the I'nivtr-' fit bah red *D/***Wtt.

Ixwrdes, Church, Dunedin, Danwl, Vonnor and John the members on parish participation sity. of Tampa, he is owner NO COMP TrriON
.
/ cillbeat7IIIend30ain. Ruddy) Duane, and the Immediate in the programs of and of Davis
.UIII president Oil A. +"- on eld.n.a 1O RUi.s m d.n..nd. be. ..
a At the past president, Jim the Diocesan and Nation! Products, Inc. ;j"d..tiry II'd twnr.t N. fohw; fMnrinwn; bw nnsa_
! erPllae. monthly meeting of Hiordan. Councils of Catholic women. 1)00. hiii; .... ... .. ie.ntwee/
Our Lady of Lourdes Rosary ftvlr aid rfllctas orgastsiio "w ;- '7.000. 1......_... ;Ie Nc1.a
/ tl II a00Nat f.tJ1er'Inunt C by i; ,
?"' NNnNNNN.NNNNNNeN Smith e.e.t.ry. Fec e y "'.;..4 Pf'1et\ret mg "1.'e
sty held (in the parish antes San had mach .t II' t.M,
en bw'1W.
"I'lasl/l pastor
... ... Irtl1re. ha'i congratulated the II'Wof'lt'rr for cerpWdeC.l; and d/wph.e; Ii
I
Ire. lilt' Tact week, |the members ef ks! aitMika.Mr 'e'aeers .me
111 IU' 1ne. ..,..... I...... ". core, ,Ill/f Lars teted I t* sponsor a theatre Subscribe nowNnnnNNN.NNNNNNNw and urged all to attend CHEM.PLASTICS
the III Augustine DCCW Davis has aped on the i PAINT CORP.
They will charter
party
a Contention >111 LKutt
in Cocoa B 'ach. Committee of 100 for the SR /w': j. M*



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I Ambassadors lo As ; ordination Open air ordination Mass; Mission of Nombre; de Dios I


Joining f fc i the ordination' Mam atAmeri. of Coftta Rica; Senor Carl Alzamorra Ground of the Mission, birthplace of that fanned out round the matte altar la stand here with Fathar Frank Mouch. Many

.'! Oldest Vfiaatoa last Sunday the charge daffaiira of Peru: Christian civilization in America, filled early seen In this picture. At the right of each parishes sent altar boys to the ordination to

I were Ambaaaador to the Organizationof Senor Dr. Carlos Garcia Bauer of on Low Sunday in St Augustine for the of the new Priests wee his sponsor, Monal participate la the ceremony at Amerioa. I

American Btatea, Including, from Guatemala Senor Dr Alfredo V. Car. ordination of two new Prlesta of the Diocese, gnor Harold F. Jordan left for Father Oldest Mission

the left, Senor Reuben L Alvarenga of ruoaa of Colombia; and Senor Dr seated behind the kneeler in the outdoor Roland M. Julien| and Father Joseph Corda

Paragva.y| Manor Don OuIUermo Castro Rodrigo Jaeome of Ecuador. aanctuary. A portion of the congregation for Father William L. Stabler. Altar boys

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Promoted

YATICAV CITY (SC-
Pope Paul VI has promoted ; i

Fernando Cardinal C. D t e.
Grand Penitentiary of the
Church from the rank of Can
dine! Priest to that of Can
dual! Bishop and given him
title to the luburbicarUn diocese

\eUetrl..
Cardinal Onto who heads P"
,. ,
the Vatican body that dealt
with indulgrncei and matter } 1

pertaining to digpensationi.tucreedi \\ .
to the post in the
order of Cardinal Bishop left

vacant by the death on March ; 7.
11 of Clemente Cardinal Mleara ,
"

In keeping _ith a practice 2
begun by Pope John XXIII F 'L

Pope Paul did not appoint 4. 1 _
Cardinal Cento a* Bishop of _
elletrl but assigned only the
title of the lee to him To run
the diocese! the Pope named
Consecrated hands boundAt
,Archbishop Amigo Pmtonelto,
who had been Military Ordinary '
for Italy, at apostolic hia ordination, Father Roland M tine on Low Sunday. background are
administrator Julien hat hi. hands bound with a Archbishop Joseph P Hurley and<< I ,

white linen cloth after they bad been chaplalna; in foreground. right Father

consecrated At the altar of the Mia* Frank Mouch.CATHOLICS .
Subscribe now lion of hombre da Dioe in St. Augus Attend ordinations on Low Sunday

.. '.1. ,
--.- Man:' visitors to the Mission! of witnessed the ordination of two Hound M. juuen were rrovineawith

Nombre de Dioa for the annual I.owr Priests of the PloN'.... Thoa* attending special" mUaala for the Vtsaa

Florida Reports Sunday pilgrimage arrived In St. the ordination of Father of the ordination of a PriestKSONVILIE I

OF FLORIDA Augustine early in the day ami, William I. Btahler and Father

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NOW! A NONPROFIT CATHOLIC FRATERNAL SOCIETY OFFERSLOW D.yfon, Beach JAC I

$T. PAULAt Clearwater
a meelinf of M Paul ST. CICtLJAInstallation C.NJACWONYIOII,TVjJi f e.ea fe-,..
BUDGET HOSPITAL of oIfar.'" for ... .
Cath IK W omens. Club held -- 'owls
rerentl Mrs 1 Murray I I. Me st. (....... Women a Club s...11| :: VMt1iIuffffi&Yit41
be hW at I :30 Mnv t\
Donald "as reelected preai- pm.
r' r ... .
dent Other o fir.ra, also reelected at the .hmtMesy: HeitaurantCVerwaler y a, ,iseIaW11 .I/Il'/.. .tll.n.
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and I LIFE INSURANCEAVAILABLE are Mrs fharle* Heat Monmnn P... IMY.r .M .!t..r M..: ..: *::. e-'
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Thom. A Colreavv. p."tnr' IN/ m. i. la.l
III arda'1n Vice presIdent: .. .4. ,,|.(...
*' i .'rllnkrd.. retordingtr of W retella ('nun I, "ii'' !n. HNttt Iu... e. I.er.."... .....Iws..
FOR INDIVIDUALS OR f AMJUC3 retrand Mrs James stall' the fallowing. now "r f, ,
Sullivan I I I treasurer Mrs tars who were stet ted at t''.e ThunderbirdjmTAMAKf
Frank J Nelson" elected April & meeting. It's our Pleasure
$50 AWfCKforacostitlowM$t 05 per month' depending' upon forTe*).MMiin( terretaryMrs Mrs Iced. Preil.in. r', to
serve .
age whilt tpiUlied 'for any covered accident or NtkneseAWffKfoeecostaatoesas$350permoethdependingupon. Margaret Hollawl. wa Hem. Mrs. Hobertr, you e e e

r ......... ctMirnusn far atojcnecii lint. vic.-tsedMM Mi, ..sP And our Rtiponiibillry
$ (. be held. .. an May epieteki. aeeretar'MMtella SJEAKS to serve you WELL!
1 0 0 91. at which HIM oIIk<<. .IU. Ooeller tfMra "' rr SEAFOODS Hold Washington
age wide !hotpiUlutd l'Ot any caned .cclde"t or i(kn tt. be .UMtolM. Freacla. Wlaani. roc Gcorgo
pfeeH>.e.(. will automat j e5J f...
raw rather David J.. of the
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become IroedYkepl'.uI' nil ixrusswAfgCOMO'CAR
A WtCK for i CMt tow It $5 00 r*rrs*thdependegupon' Clutch of the piphany: Pertlraep. Mrs Wttens annom.. "J ('.e /Roosevelt? / Motor/ Hole
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to
age wh,lf hotprfakftd for any Cttwt'ed accident or s'tkren.EwPMLewashe on tM hlstery ss af the Dtereeeof graup card party schedule) I t"i i M. loth ,1. C"Int JACKSONVILLIDEIHL

XIe ..... .." ,'..... MVMtmf He told II .fee. Ales ranretl.dFable \ aralaA
Michael A H tt'I1 I r air
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... of the wink of the iu Bialiopato .
CHOOSE TOUR OWN DOCTOR! aeMs<< e1WseMllrnee.' I.I. Mac preaewt (toe 'the' Inept rig
... Leaned..5Wr..t r'Ilvse.. __ M t.. e..w eWe.1 ....e.i pMe k I... _. have presided over IN
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e SELECT ANY UwFUllY Ire sv ........ ........'w rsle 1 .... MI the early !history rt Itfaoli Deadline. 391= -

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CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION OF FORESTERS AXar.aid e4ftt Baear.ri of the St iety M/m w a / 1 !E DWASO ;Seeaaau seas:==-a..r I '=:- !JJAM
(for...<* Vast $SAeRs CintoK Or Oer of f outlet)
be MaUlted oa May 2. TetastaJUtsao
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Life of Our Lord God'i world



Catholic Comment Jesus subject to parents Good Shepherd leads with loveON


ate sin we can turn our back
a visit to the Holy him By
upon preferring

Challenge to youth for 18 years in Nazareth great Land mass, I of once,sheep observed milling a own ourselves will to beyond His we the can reachof BUT put

about a spring fed watering FatherLeo His love.

TS anyone Indispensable? Most everyone sable man come from? He comes from the episode in the flocks hole. Intermingled There were and several their J. I r iTrese But we know that this can

will nay no. However there !II homes where love of God is a prime in- AFTER p 1. the twelve- shepherds stood back, chatting not happen "by accident it

one indispensable man to be found In gredient. He comes from the ranks of year-old Boy went back with while the sheep pushedand cannot vertence.happen It through tsad

the knights of the altar who are faithful Joseph and Mary to Naza. tl bleated and drank their cannot happen
of Diocese. This through sheer human
community our
every weak
to their duties as assistants at the
man is the parish Priest He Is the of reth. Frank J. fill.Then ness. It can happen only j
the
altar. He is the product our high "And he lived there in subjection r one of shepherds we make the decision "1 do

dispenser of God's grace He is called schools where he receives a God. to them while His SheedIn began to walk away. He not care." It is only then that

Father because he gives life to the centered education. He is even the mother kept in her heart the called he back walked over and his shoulder immediately spirits each time that we the Good Shepherd in justice

BouL He is called Priest because he product of secular: colleges where his memory of all this. And so as his sheep, began to ex- meditate upon the Good Shep- but still in sadness must

offers the unbloody sacrifice of the appetite for truth Is not satisfied and Jesus advanced in wisdom tricate 1 themselves from herd parable. leave us behind.
because he is he decides to spread the word of There is one notable dif.
Cross. lIe is called pastor so the others and to follow that
among reminded anew
with the and in favour We are
between
years ference
the shepherd of the Hock. He is called eternal and everlasting truth himself him. The shepherd with what we our Lords
loves us
both with God and with men"Luke Jesus flock and the four
teacher because he proclaims those in the pulpit and the classroom the this !It resembles the paused briefly to cast his eye only can call a stubborn love. -foohd
eternal truths necessary for salvation confessional the baptismal font and ( 2, 512)). episode St. Matthew tells over his nock to make sure kind. Ordinary sheep hale

because he heals the altar. Thus St. Luke ends his about, the visit of the Magi. none was missing Satisfied, It is a love which hungersfor only to follow their shepherd.
is called
lie
physician second chapter The third One of the surprises of life in he strode on, with his Hock us, a love which pursues They need have no concern
this editorial -
souls in the sacrament of confession. Perhaps someone reading be to learn from for each other. We however
begins with the emergence of heaven may trotting trustfully behind him. us even when we try to escape
Without him there would be no sacraments. is already rearing an indispensable John the Baptist from his the Magi 1 what their experience That little incident made from It. It is a love cannot claim to be following

Without him there would be man. Or maybe the future indispensable desert solitude in the fifteenth meant to them. forever graphic for me our which pours itself out with Jesus unless we exhibit s

no sacrifice of the Cross. man is perusing these lines. year of the reign of the Roman Another may be to learn Lord's Identification of Himself limitless generosity In the sense of responsibility for

Yes, the Priest is as Indispensableas In either Instance we say to the best Emperor Tiberius-just from some person we have as the Good Shepherd. form of grace upon Vc other members of the flock

Christ because he is Christ living of our youth: We need you for truly eighteen years afterwards never heard of, the mighty For who live In industrial upon grace, The Good Shepherd ew
an
amongst us. Where does this indispen you may be indispensable. The forty words wt have things that flowed from what us culture It Is hard te It is because of have the certainty in pests us to share in His work
which
the three- we
the did during
Boy
Just had thirty la Greekare realize how Jesus
day separation from His parents perfectly Jesus' love for us that we He wants each of us to ban
all Luke has te tell ef
us summarized III 1 s
messageand
Sacred When they found Him, live our faith so confidently extension of Himself,
Scripture those eighteen years Ills mission when lie said
He was in a crowd gathered We know that all that Jesus channeling His love to others,
I Scanty as this Is, he Is round a Rabbi in the Temple 1 am the Good Shepherd"To asks of us is good will, a sincere alert to the spiritual and

loquacious compared with answering questions and ask. the Palestinians, who effort to return I His love, temporal needs of our neighbors

Shares reverence for Holy City the other three evangelists. ing them; but obviously He were (and still are) a pastoral to follow Him Weare uk, My personal life may

Mark and John begin their had not spent three days doing people Jesus' meaningwas Oh yes! But He knows our be quite blameless. Yet, If I

narrative with John the Bap that. unmistakable A shep weakness and makes allowance make no effort to convert at

\-trKEN Jesus tame to pilgrim! at the prospect of tist's mission With no detailof herd loves his sheep. He for it We have strayed unbeliever, reclaim a sinner

VY Jerusalem on the last visiting this city of cities. The what went before save for How had He occupied the knows each of them individually from Him by fin, but in the or better the lot of my fellowmen .

pilgrimage of His earthlylife author of psalm 121 was sucha John's marvellous "The rest of the time? He searches out good end we have had the decencyto then I am not walking

He itopped short of the Father one: I rejoiced because Word was made flesh and pastures for them. lie wraps let Him carry us back to In my Good Shepherd's foot
,
they said to me, "We will go dwelt among us." Was that ocupation, whatever himself in his cloak and safety

city and burst into tears. JOIIIII J. 1 up to the house of the Lord." Matthew does at least bring it may have been the sleeps beside them at night We shall be tempted again stepsOther sheep I h8that

"Oh. Jerusalem, Jerusalem C'llelo&reduced After telling us of his hap.plnesl the Holy Family back from "business of His Father"which He protects them even to the undoubtedly But Jesus will are not of this fold Them

how often I have wanted to vat at hearing this thrilling Egypt and settles them in justified His extraordinary shedding of his own blood be beside us, parrying any also I must bring and they

take you to myself ai a hen announcement he takes Nazareth; but then he leaps conduct? Vie do not against thieves and wolves. thrusts of temptation that shall hear my voice, and

gathers her chicks under her us without further ado to the the best part of thirty years know. It seems at least probable If a sheep becomes lost the may threaten to get past our there shall be one fold and

wings-but you would not let moment when his caravan to John the Baptist with that Luke did not know shepherd is tireless in his guard. one shepherd"

me. If you had only recognized them to speechless arrived: And now we have nothing as to what happened either. Luke's story came search for It. All this was a Ii short not It is through you and me
we simply
what would have wonder. But there were set foot within your gates, 0 between. Apart from Mat- from Mary. Did even she matter of everyday experience become un from that Jesus must make His:
brought real !1" Jerusalem-Jerusalem, built know? Or had Jesus kept that to Christ's but separated voice heard
you peace other magnificently constructed thew's not very Informative listeners Jesus cannot lose !heaven to those other
we
His Father
powerfully protected as a city with compact unity. phrase "In those days," no as a secret between the Impact of. "I am the sheep It will be by our good
Jesus shared with Ills compatriots and Himself If it ai long as wt honestly
so,
a deep love and reverence cities in the world. The gates of the city, massive one of the three gives so would have been some.thing Good Shepherd" is perhaps keep trying. example our zeal our com
structures set in the much hint to when really less powerful for ourselves. and
Jerusalem however was encircling as a as passion our charity that
for the Holy City
the Holy City the official walls, give him an John came out from his for her to ponder over. However the impact still Is Me can shake ourselves \ shall carry His voice-

If we are to understand residence of the House of immediate vision of the city desert, the one point on As to the scene In the Tem powerful enough to raise our loose from Jesus. By deliber Ills\ love-to the world.

fully the enthusiasm for David, the royal line which Itself and of its significance which Luke spreads himself pIe the amazement probablydid j jI'

Jerusalem which I Is expressed God had selected as the instrument Through these gates flow the -forty whole Greek words 1 not spread much beyond Pop Paul VI

In the Pilgrim through which He, streams of pilgrims to their The last two verses of the group actually present:

Psalms, we must try to appreciate the King of kings, ruled Ills center of national and religious Luke's second chapter beingall it would have been a nine

what this city meantto people. Here too, the official unity, And in the spacious we have about the eighteen days' wonder for a handful of toward
the Jews It was much worship of the one true God squares into which the years in Nazareth e people. Nazareth one Imagines gfL duty church unity I

more than just a beautiful was carried out with Impressive gates lead, the royal Judgesare must look at them closely. never heard of it. Th.BoY'1 .

city of which they were Inv solemnity in session; to them the From them we learn four schoolteacher would Following ii I irmmuoa( of surprising capacity or bringing The promotion of this double

t, nsely proud much moret poor and oppressed can turn things--one about Our Lady have been mildly surprised If Pope Paul VI's Italian language the most diverse men together unifying criterion Is ene of
And above all else It
':an Just the national capital Jerusalem whkh God, was had to find Justice, to have their that she pondered; three some such account as Luke address at his recent respecting and even the great duties ef the CatUe. !*- I

tl.i s: ;ht of which stirred chosen out of all the cities of wrongs redressed. about Our Lord, that He was gives had reached him and general audience in St. emphasizing their specific sh .
I patriotic I sentiments deep would certainly have dismissed Peter's. The Pope urged his characteristics
so long
to His
subject parents, that as they
the world to be His This I. Indeed the
within their souls It was a dwelling Holy He grew in wisdom and that It as exaggerated.Of guidance for Internal unity of are positive that Is truly And we tell you this so that
si :ing symbol of their every place among men. City the center of unity of God and His neighbors were, the Church be followed. human the capacity that is you yourselves rememberingthis

It'eal! a concrete expression Not that any earthly city peace and of justice. pleased with Him. one thing we ran be of being catholic, of being universal audience, may be always)

of everything they held dear. could possibly contain Him; And so, when the leader of quite sure the Hoy never THESE general audiences Not only that. jealous and zealous cultivators
Ills mother kept In her staged a repetition' of the Incident to us a picture of of the intimate unity of our
I'rom a natural esthetic but even If His presence the pilgrims calls to the pilgrims l'mty Is not only a
prerogative
In
nt of view they could admire there was heart the memory of all this school togeth.rnellhlch always holy Church.
po a mysterious one, to pray for the peace of the Catholic Church.It .

Its handsome buildings Jt was nevertheless very real. of Jerusalem they respond Since the I ImmaculateMother If He had, the master would makes stirs us,us not think only and because always of ) Is a duty, a law, a ta
gleaming against the flawless Imagine then the excitement from the bottom of their of Rod did not lullyulldC'rsland probably have decided that it the multitude of The umty of the Church must a particular need for thi'
background of a brilliant. the enthusiasm the heartsMay: be within persons gathered be Many speak now of the units
peace what had happened was high time to flog some around humble experienced and recognized
ly blue sky. The awesome whole complex of emotion jour wall, prosperity within it is not surprising if humility Into Him as matters but also our because of by all and bv each and to be reconstituted with the
strength of Its battlements which overcame the devout your buildings. do person member of'the separated brethren: and It it
we not fully understand it have done to brilliant the variety of who every Church
groups well to do This
even now But she kept 1'on.| boys in all ages/ But Christ make up this assembly and b>' a'l' and bv each and everyone worthy task so, in the is fostermn a ver

during upon it, and so must did nothing so spectacular, in who, If we understand well it must be promoted' loved of which we must all

Father Michatl V. Count we school or out of itUe their feelings. are happy to defended with humility, tenacit coopeiate j

Mission *f Nembre De Dies Observe that the Temple cannot remind our. come together, to be people It II not enough to call one and trust y\

episode had no sequel no selves too often how startled brought together in a single sell a Ca thohc., They mutt be But we must not disregard
sequel anyhow, known to us Our Lord townspeople' were group and In a single feeling untied effectively The UiUi the dut)' to work all the more
No one mentions it again when His public mission and perhaps happier for beingof ful sons of the Church must for the whole unity of tie,
CR6At| ClUptGRS ail during Our Lord life, St began It Is clear that the different origins, different lie. the constructors of con Church, so very necessaiv I

Paul and the others say thirty years In Nazareth con. languages, different ages different rrrte unity on the social! l level|, for Its spiritual and aposto! !

c1oRIoa CAtholic nothing of it In their Epistles tamed nothing to prepare cultures, happier for the followers of its communal We How can we ,
give sepi
histoRy if it had any effect upon anyone them either for His miracles experiencing togetherness: as spiritualityThe rated brethren the example "..1 I

present at it, the news or for the incomparable if they had always known great feather Thomas unity how can we offer them
has not reached us. of His mind each other. teaches that the of
power unity the
Chapter MIN Francl8l'ln.llhl'r Cardovo this Inestimable
church fell slowly I Into ruin- Church gift if w*
was assigned ai chaplain of walls buckled, windows It would not be easy to reproduce must be considered! Catholics! do not ourselves
East: Florida under two
no important the hospital a similar get together aspectsfirst\ In 1110'It In the
that
a post had broke doors warped, and the the link loyalty and in
events occurred during been It Is bound to happen that of the members of the fullness
vacant since the departure floor fell through As regardsthe Question boxVatican Church which It demands
Bishop Penalver's reign of Father Traconis In moral condition of the all of you be In the midst of In the among themselves Vie do not always recede
and little noted 1791. three a mass of varied and unrelated unity of communion, good
progress was Only Priests servedin town there Is no direct the second In news concerning the
the
The Church's Influence, like East Florida for the remainder record but if one may judge persons and kept togetherby all the members reference of loyalty flf Catholics towardthe
ef the
the State's, was on the decline. of the decade-the from the carelessness shownto Council gives special circumstances, itself to a single head Church duty Interior unit withIn
who
third was Father Crosby. the church building it such as travel entertainment, Christ and of whom is the ecclesiastical! body Ue
the
was in all business commerce and so Pop do not at this moment refer
In 1802, Bishop Penalver probability not Is the
Father OTtellly, the new succeeded in having a young exemplar impetus to worship forth. But this would take -In the representative convergence' of on earth to the frequently, repeated
place without that unity.
vlcarlo, carried on the routine man ordained in Cuba for the Although Bishop Penalver profound ON DITV, page flu
work ef the parish and fraternal unity of feelings
lone East Florida exhibited and .
which now numbered about Juan Nepomuceno Gomez pariah, in courage the administrationof persistence (Here are some excerpts ef toast te fare the north which are to be found in these M. J. Murray

2000 souls On his arrival the young Father his vast diocese, eventually from letters I have received wind When half the werld is meetings( and than often more

He got a helping hand In Gomez took on the work he felt himself crushed by about changes In the liturgy. starring to death we quibble brought exteriorly together sometimesby interiorly,

the person of Father Juan of maestro to eighty childrenIn the spreading weight of his They are not selected; simply about when we eat.I the very differences which Strange but true

Cardoso in July, 1795. A Father Hassett's still I I problems and after four taken In order iron the lop love the Priest facing is divide them.In .
functioning school! he asked to be
Florida continued to East be years lieved. The king and the Holy re of the huge stack.) la)ing Mass: I never could church certainly the Copyright, I 1165, NCWC Nws SPriZTfiSy .
see through him to find what assembly of the fs.thful takeson th ISYN
plagued however by the See granted his request and -V of 1
It is wonderful to be ableto
wonderful
he at I a spiritual unity
was doing the altar |
familiar problems of in 1801 promoted him to *flVr STJOttfxf
:7luFl0ridaQitholic I 1 too few In the In which the form ** i iy4 +
: participate Holy Sacrifice see him break the host now. many a C <
Priests too
little Archbishop of Guatemala
and ,,
money 'Srt. 6rWet4ry
single body (II Cor. 10 1\ i %
too rigid adherence to time- In the meantime, Father of the Mass. When )'oupr.y I cast participate fully be- \, pt+ M ,. j wdl
reuse of hearing I might but usually the praying community
my ;
Francisco alone mind "
consuming formalities Bishop Porro y Reinado.I your wanders
not be II Inl the same possesses already a >
Penalver never visited the Spanish Priest living In and you miss parts of ) prayer l
as my neighbor, but when I certain homogeneity and a g
province Rome was selected to replace the Mass
Now don't miss
you hear a word 1 knew I am en certain habitual cohesion
ri,<>KII r.nu..d>. C.TRouorl.lI.f f ploy l... The state of the Church In Penalver. a thing You can see everything the right track Here instead the coming together

S',O. .... SSSI 411.till West Florida offered no better lilshop Torre was consecrated the Priest does and My mother M eld finds Its Interior bar. /Nrnsrlwtl
... picture, and for all the In was years mony only because of the
550 r. t'.I..1aI nrh. November 1X01, know just where and
you are and days she misted l
l>rl...4., ri.rl*. Mill same reasonsAlthough but before h. kit for his diocese what many common faith and charity.
Mass because
it means. she wasn't able
III >K-rlptU I III I' S. A. n4Ctnvlii he learned .( the possible which by virtue of the Pop*'s
.00 |>.r fort .(hrreountrlri the population vI f la go without some food to
II 0.. Pensacola had Increased t. retrocession! of Leultl- (). I'nder the sew one.hour give her strength How foolKb presence acquires, perhapsas ..4w Jerw

Tk. florid CatholU )I. t tt.mh I71M by the turn of the century ana to France, and delayed Eucharistic: fast rule can one IM was lad what brll- it would rarely occur anywhere =wa..wd I.aaa(, v,
,r "f Ik* Othello Pr... AMOTUII his journey, still drink water without .1.... their eipresvon
only one Priest was la any hat me* at the \ alkaauuixll
n und III* Nitlnntl' C th..llWclfir of unity which is But ooh
a es
Conftr.nc. N... ..'.1.... the town, Father James Cole, The news of the tr\x.u. lime limit (' gave us old people a
matter of the moment but is
U ..n.r ind martin publl.h.rl man from the Irish break!
nprvMnuilv E.t.... iii Mcund College sion was confirmed UUr with A, Yes Water dues not>> also etileoul end iMntu4l TTT
cl>.. mall ands U>. Act .t Ai.,.. vr NvUel at Salamanca the release l of d.tdiis of the break the Euiri.risuc fast \ As the )ousg.Urt say,
a. 1111. The secret treaty of San Ildefun- "Tell the old (ogles t. get with Now H Is precisely. this Interior

circumstance of his so, and Porro was transferred Q. I have walled a longtime lit It Is here le Uy.M daily .f the' larch
work were distressing, pur ,, ftkh we wl.k. this time U
by royal order to the te write le tell you how 7+r ybx+nraw
eaMN V !..... SI. sushi. ticularly the reluctant of his See of Tarajona in Spain It I love all the sew ehaages \I. A Blessed are the young Inspirit rail U jour attend* a. ...ed r A Je 4,4err

ESI<,.,h. ".11., people to piovide a detent was unfortunate for his original the liturgy. I am ;! )ears old for they shall lead a the ronitilutive principle" T 1

ado ,i., M',. I... ....... place! for Mass, Kven: Bishop : diocese that he never and attest Mane every day, full and happy life .f the Church. -Hi tassel hi s___, 1, r.1,1 i t.e

M..b a. ion*if Penalxer when ho visited arrived to take up jurisdiction as I have for ilm. t y years All credit to the brilliant ke IcIrtMkatlv ..iled-which p r qN es > 'ee, w eA.l..f rya Aw.r .

"...rll.I.. )I...... the parish In 17M was unable however briefly. M If there are some who think men at the l'OUftt'Ii. the Hole defiles the' ( birch '. ,t yea t r '.' Rt..r k Ip.h west d
.., ........ to persuade the people to a s.s..s sew.
tlM. ro I cause the arrangementsmade tilt one hour fut for Com 4 A.VfIM1
make the n'fe'Slrl' Spirit is guiding them But It is that whH h atw'ws :'t |. a
lal'rl.fir" by Bishop Penalver for mynl'** It .... Fe, aorr w 3-'&, +
not My &". we must I'aul'fro two rn w M ,
SO 1963 for a new churl h. gite rope \ a" rnjtrd a h ? f HVfl w a we .v>r e, aVpn ir. f M y rASf.
Friday
April temporary rule in the diocese Ml them old mo 'w'
al loves ,
.mu oval redit fur the one hour 'ien"e, that i tte 1' 'i 4MMIt4irat.svaawa $ At
Meanwhile, the temporary resulted la juridical: disorder that cue ef coffee sad a piece fast before Communion. Ghost and: whiJi J confers the 1 1'sas_.4 4v b.an.r M, ar Ma.ML3aty/ae me se 5. -' I .d h s.a RrTa>z

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guideSUNDAY w M Ilve The Florida Oatholh FrIday; April SO, 1909


: May 2
2nd Sunday after Easter.
(Mass of Sunday, Gloria,
Creed, Preface of Easter

MONDAY, May S
(Mast of previous Sunday, ,
Gloria 2nd Prayer of Sts.
Alexander, EvenUus and
Theodulus, martyrs, and
Juvenalis, Bishop, Prefaceof
Easter, or, Feast of Sts.
Alexander, Eventiui and
Theodulus, martyrs, and r r
Juvenalis, Bishop, Mast of
several martyrs, Gloria,
Preface of Easter.)

..
TUESDAY, May 4 .... .- ..
SL Monica. (Mass of a holy tr ;' , woman not a martyr, Glo d "

WEDNESDAY rta: Preface of May Easter.I ) ftr f! Procession at annual pilgrimageAltar


Et Pius V. (Mass of one or bo '. from numerous par of the Mission of N'ombre de Dicn' precede the Moat Slewed Sacra

more supreme pontiffs, Gloria : r Ishcs throughout the Diocese Ipd In St Augustine at the annual Low merit, accompanied. by the Priests I

Preface of Easter.) the procession through the grounds Sunday pilgrimage The altar boj', through the Mission paths.

THURSDAY, May I .-.-------
'
(Mass of previous Sunday, ti-ti1bL 4i NNNNIIN/NN/III.NIIIN -

FRIDAY Gloria Preface May TIt of Easter) PKIIl: IXK Pope Paul VI IOn

Stanislaus (Mass of one VOCATIONSCOMh :'

martyr In paschaltlme, Gloria Benediction at outdoor altarThe ;: Holy Ghost fill I
duty toward
Preface of Easter) hearts of Thy church unity

SATURDAY Mar I rustle altar, focal point of the Augustine Monslgnor Jamea J, lira- faithful and kindle In them
,...
(Mass of the Blessed Virgin morning ordination Mass, was used in lin, president of the St. Augustine the fire of Thy loe.K. .r..II..4 h those who feel the dignity and This is not. believe It, a
for Saturday, Gloria, recommendations to favor responilhllltv of the Catholic closed, static and egotisticspirit
the afternoon for Benediction of the Foundation gave the Benediction at Send forth Thy Spirit,
Preface of Easter.) name to lute strongly. and It Is not the
Most Bleeaed Sacrament above, given the ceremony at which Archbishop Jo and they shall be created; the operathe unity of Catholics the "ghetto"
SUNDAY deeply
May I mystery of Its Interior spirit, as It II put today It
Ird Sunday after Easter during the Low Sunday pilgrimage to aeph P. Hurley presided.Pilgrims' V. And Thou shall renew always called' on to defend unity and te tencrafe Is the genuine spirit of Christ
(Mass of Sunday, Gloria the Misalon of Nombre de Dice la the face of the earth and affirm their principles It I In word and deed te glue diffuse In Ills Church.

,; I: Creed Preface of Easter) St.'s LET: US PRAY 0 Cod and their rights In the le the (hurrh the joy ef being And It Is, for those who have
I whose willlt Is that all men civil area.itather Ihil which It Is, magnificent.Iv eyes to see, a phenomenon ofsupreme
I, one, and te Increase Its '
T be saved and come to the spiritual beauty 4sSt
w refer te the
urgent splendor se that It Is radiatedfrom .
Augustine counsels us,
knowledge of the truth, we
obligation for all ta II\ for the Illumination ef "the secret ef beauty Is
beg Thee to semi laborer
nourish the world
this sense ol solidarity tinilY"
into Thy harvest, that all
t friendship mutual comprehension
i people may know Thee, the
of respect for Ih.(
only true God and Him
common Inheritance of doe
; whom Thou hast sent Jeaus .
trine and morals, ef obedience "
Christ, our Lord mho M
li\eth and relgneth with and unanimity of faith, ,
which mint distinguish ('alhnllclim.
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Thee, world without end.

R. Amen.' .

(marls, ..aaCT".. .e ass. a.sIalalt It Is this which constitute

.... r. a..... i r s.. the strength and beauty and
**>ll. IMSIMMIMifl
a ljMcpk which demonstrates Its authenticity
....
,
f II. ftp
.,..... ., .... ,....... realizing in this
spirit of concord and love th. Y
NNNNNNIINNNNNNForm
words of Jesus'By: this will.

provinces all men know that you ate, my

C.\RTII\r.r.NV Ohio (\O) disciples, if you have love for

t w .r -The nationwide American one another" John 13, 33)),
"f:; ( and ., province of the Society of the What must we say of those
I' ,rs, I- Precious Blood has been who Instead, It seems, ran e
". formed Into three provinces contribute to the Catholic life 44 i3
with headquarters in CinclnBill. nothing more than a bitter,
. Kansas City, Missouri, disruptive and s>temaUo
. carried
cross In .procession and Santa Rosa, California criticism" What must we say
The action was sanctioned! of those who place In doubt
The pilgrim' eroea te carried by the Mont Blessed Bacnment Veet. sine! W i altar boys from many pariahea in ed altar boye walked ta twos) afternoon event, approved by Father! Her traditional teachings of the
I i the Dtoceee during St Augustine's around the monument on the bert IJnenberger C,PP.S., society Church to Invent new and un
i annual Low Sunday prooeealon of grounds of America'* Oldest Xfie- moderator general The supportable theologies
society. founded In HIS h what must we say of those
Italy, has some TM Priests, who seem to have a II I. Tolls/ Mission's history

St. Paul's ship Pope's protector Abstinence ease Brothers and clerics la this for creating currents, one
country, conflicting with another to Fattier! Ml';har| V (..nMn, director of the
TUXFTTA. Malta WAimvCTOM (NC) The father John Byrne" C PP S .
(\O- BOMBAY (VO-A eoramfV Implant suspicions, to deny Million! of Nombro de I 1)1011, delivered the serene
Fngllsh/ and Maltese divers tee of Catbollcs attended a Congregetlosi W the Cooaefl was elected provincial of the trust and diMility to authorityand ,
this
at the annual Low Sunday pilgrimageto
have started a search. for the Cincinnati province and Father to claim autonomous year
..
birthday for Home ties nled that
receptloa peseeagert the Oldest Ali..ion. At I.rll la Archbishop Jor'h -
Schaefer errs .
ALMs wreckage of the Komaa ship Minister Balasaheb. Dent efMaharashtra railroad tralM are eat bow 4 Daniel rights without foundation or
that brought St Paul to the state te thank prtrvliwlsl ef the Ksnsss City wisdom <>r what must we | P Hurley
MORIAL island of Malta in 60 A D. him for preventing demon by the law of abstinence. province say of those who to b* modern.

stratioes by the extremist The ruling was made know Cardinal visits 1111 everything, beautiful
..r. I'' ;: Hindu Mahaiaba organlratkm til. a letter sent" te a3: men Imltable and supportablewhen
-
Is7* 'd A. D+... .",... k i... iMt I, 1--1! ..., ( during Pope P.ul1's bees e< the United "at.. Cardinal MANILA Antonluttl(C-lId.brln40) ,!papal legate looking In other areas. F. T. Blount Co.
and all that Is unbearable, dec I
A. .. e..,ir-...wr .. ...... visit te Bombey lad Deeenv hierarchy by Monsignor PaulF to ceremonies" markingthe
44. 14 A... S. r>. I6I4I3IST. bet balable and outdated In our
te
attend the Internatloival
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I 4.U7I r.ochsruUa Congress National Catholic' Welfare Introduction ef Christianity In area Certainly we 40 not wantto 4MJII I TAMPA JJ7JJH
PETERSBURG ST. AUCUSTINIKYLEMcLELLAN The home minister said hi Conference, at the request of the Philippines, celebrated censure the process of purl
a talk at the reception that Archbishop FgtdJeagnotsl, Mais in the/ cathedral here II<'.tI&n and of renewal which
the religious rights of Cato' apostolic delegate lit" e April 22)) end received an pnw stirs and regenerates the/ BASHAW'S
elks In Coa will IIIIt be n.danl.r Inited States. honorary degree from Santo Omri-h and which the ChurchIs
!
INC. ,d by the merging of for some man'!'is paisen.ft's Tomes t'nlversitr. / April 23' the (list to ask for and GULFPORT MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOMEMfnktf
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that farmer Portuguese territory en vsrteus air ".. have Following centenary relebralinns promote L.en...d M. gush. lJc..d .uneral, drecs.e; .
d wised item the law the Ph.. he
FUNERAL DIRECTORS wtUi neighboring Mahar been ; ; In ippines,
H.' N. ,. 24 hear ,buU.. ;
Mil state III ah,f :-- e wart visit' Formosa He with' only I* Intlle all 'y > < i'rvmIWI
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aerie ui the Dwcw of *! Auffua- Afw.Uaw aid. "> :.ee.k'd tw. 1..1 < rrur 'r i's I ..e with t.'IWw'.

tae tost fltusdey were pre.erMsd to Ida..* b-ro< le PriMrta of God untfrretsitfta wilts Htm. ada vttt
'It H ':OuID ,. the ytotk at the Dtoc*** for their ArHibseae. Jo**** p Harley told .... Tile oftluMliuMemulation caaae eel the ( I.,4 Cku.f, 44h Ss. 17dl A,. N.ah 142IISS

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Klx The Florida Catholic, Friday, April SO, 196S

many thingsAdvisor



I \ v 1 d l'' ywl r 1 f + uI
to a kingdom


Be I'r. Henry J. Miron the kingdom was large enoughto in his sleep! an equal to all
\t; time, at a quiet mo house the shiny instrumentof other men
O ment in history, there progressive kinglmess Every : When the advisor heard of

dwelt in a far-off kingdom, a house even the king's, the tragedy, he too fell to
most pleasant and progresMVC had but one room, this was a musing Surely this was the
but not too,bright king manifestation of the absolute enlightened thing to do -
.ind his kingdom The sub. democracy of the nation muse about the wonder of I
feels of this kingdom knew The houses were literally facts which cannot b e
and respected their sovereignnot four grass walls and a changed And in his musing
merely because he was thatched roof within which and we suspect you would

king, but more Importantly, were, necessarily, crowded muse in like" manner he wrote s
because he was a progressive the required) household goodsof what became an ageoldI1Mt!
Kins a family. saying: Kings! who live in

The king was so progiessivethat grass houses shouldn't stow
Thus the !king faced a problem.
he earnestly desired that thrones To which we may
his people recognize his king- add: progress: though: a most'; ____ _
lines so that they too could If he enlarged his! room, important product is not -
become progressive after he would I present his easily imported .'i.1 ;

all, progress is a most important house as something different 54.1.1444w..4454N.w.1..N
product and only kingly than those of his fellow countrymen
people could afford it. but this would not be YOUTH t
progress for all -merely for
Among Mi advisors was a one Moreover! the anthropologist ''"""'vv'''vvvv""%v v vw
colonial and
rcprcscnlalhe advisor insisted that the
he too was progressive, but .
one and only item which Bishop Barry
with differente time he
a cold and must show the.king's ..
graduate anlhn> "lo : : ''''''
was a : p > > '''
status was his throne. SchoolST. '-
he High ,10.
gist, was an enlightened Once more, the advisor

progressive.( who had already studied engineering I'ETF: :IISISUIIGfast.cc Combined choir at ordination Mass
It in happened that in college ) sought and found

this advisor had writtena a solution, lie devised a put began holidays on April at Bishop 14 and Barry endedon :Students:; of St. Joseph Academy, St Augustine ordination Mans for Father William L. look place on Low Sunday at the Mission .!

the learned and exotic of the paper trans.on lev raise which the throne could from lower the roof and April 20. On April 22, the Father Lopez High School, Daytona Stahler and Father Roland ).C. Juhen. The hombre ds Dies in St Augusta

mission importance of status In culture In this way the king{ could freshmen, sophomores and Beach and Bishop Kenny High School, Jtck- choir was under the direction of the Sistersof

and thus was quite an author. have the throne within his Juniors took part in a career eonville, formed the choir which sang at the St. Joseph. Ordination of tbs two Priests

itv on the problem of the king house lower it during! the day day at Barry Students chose
and in the evemn" hi' he three fields which Interested
and desire to Import progress \\
sn4 pe hag as due blereaehyof
for hn people. slept the throne could be them and attended! talks by Value of sports raises Is respected itsn
members of these calls
professions
stored the The ad. Hochwalt educatorsto
Thus it happened that the in eaves Msgr. on
excellent iBStrsmeol h the
The National Honor
visor advised that it would bea Society
advisor advised the king that surveyed by Pope
Induction took place at Barryon service .f mis is his pm
kind of instant throne.To .
he obtain a brass throne
upon .011.1! well fai his. assist
this the king agreed April 23. Guest speaker "Anc.CITY (KC) as as
which he should sit and act : make shared services successful life"
since he reasoned that his at the assembly was Guy
for he could
kingly by so doing{ The Church encourages sports Among the values that most
Kdgli! television sportscaster,
teach progress!: by example to status as king required that between
which foster "harmony
said
his subjects, (Heretofore the he be active as king when reports Mike Frey.Epiphany :NMViOltK: (:NC-The) experimental nature of the gram to aid the education of be respected the Pope ,,
king, as all his subjects awake, after all, in sleep are shared services provision of t he new Jo't'drralald to educaa children from underprivileged \ physical developmentand are the unity of the family andfulfillment
social life
merely sat on the dirt floor not all men equal* grade tlon law was stressed" here by close observer of the law's !low Income families. intellectual and moral participation of in duties
of their homes; no one so For several months, the development! Funds would be given public education" Pope P.uI1 has religious ,
used throe was duly lowered the school districts The law requires said at an audience grantedto He added:
much is a wooden stool
school Venice "l'ducatol'l-and I those in and in knows what I
mean public
M
paraDing "Evfr'one
111)011lhirh to perch and disc king acted kingly!: and his pea that needy children inparochial delegates attending the international
chial school systems- are g'[ to have to make a con- and other Important part sports can
cuss the business of the dayor ple progressed by his exam private congress on sports
week t pIe. In the eve, the throne n. ln-: f'lrty sixth seventh certed effort to see how thin provision can be successful," schools be assisted by the psychology being held in have in the education of the I
Moreover! by enlightened! was reined with the king and and eighth grade Epiphany !: laid Monsignor Frederick public schools which must ex Rome young, training them in discipline

anthropological standards, a thus all slept equally and con School students have been G. Hochwalt. ucational here, lie Association is executive convention tend certain benefits through Speaking hi French, the and courage, helping
rehearsing for weeks secretary them to develop the personal
tentedly.One many shared services or facilities.The .
brass throne much
told
was so Pop representatives
for their roles in a two act The Priest appeared before of the association of and collective virtues of loysV
more In, .tatus.\\lse. than any faithful night, an the Operetta called "Mississippi congressional! committee considering Catholic teachers and admin law does not specify from 34 countries (April 22))' ty, obedience a spirit of renunciation
chair
ordinary or and stool. Thus !king dreamed of 'further progress Melody" which Is based on << the legislation as istrators. exactly whit form shared services "Sport! la Ionic as It does tenacity temperance .
vas purchased Imported hiM throne fell the adventures of Tom Sawyer spokesman for the KducationDepartment In common with spokesmenfor are to lake. "We will not ,become ss end I In Helf and self-control."
by the royal treasury one and huckleberry Finn. National Cath the legislation when it was just have t* are," said .Mon.
heavy brass throne prepaid. This, in itself, would not be
olic Welfare f Conference. signer Hochwalt.
This musical production 111 on the floor of the house and
When the device was deluded a great disaster, except for
be and heard tat Washington, DC., of whichhe llochwalt
senate. Monsignor
seen en May
however, it was disc the unfortunate fact that directly Much will have to be worked TAMPA
8 in the Venice Gar. Is director stressed the experimental
p m ,
corned that the king had no beneath the throne was eut on the local level he indicated
den's Recreation Center. lie was' interviewed (April character of the law's major
room In his house for the the accustomed place of repose although guidelineswill
Tickets be obtained in 21) at the 62nd:!
) by provision
may newsmen
throne. Indeed no home in for his majesty. lie died be prepared by the United
-.--- the school office annual National Catholic .:d. This is a US billion pro- States Office of Kducation.Thero INSURANCE .

'F Pat rVa Aisle life .Home at luiina

MEN !I An Invitation t Iit11'l experience Is with not shared very time much," (li) MORELAND HENRI-OIIVEg-MONTEAU A. t MONTEAU INC. I

you can't afford to miss Y ha said, noting new NCEA
31 Wastes Union lauding
Y' figures that while at least 55
l Catholic diocesan school s>sterns Phone 2n.,," Tempe Florida

are engaged: in such
Our Lady ; programs, the total number of
M. schools is relatively small

of "We found a total of Z52 MARY HELP OF
;1ath'IFlorida r l t Z grade sthoolj and 182 high
schools where at least a minimum
program of shared time
___ was in operation," he said In

the nation as a whole, there CHRISTIANS CAMPFORMERLY
MONASTERY RETREAT HOUSE ara lOftRfl Catholic grads

PASSIONIST FATHERS schools and 2477 high schools.

Re said ( CAMP DON BOSCO)
Wrl tr rhitmi a aeries af regional
Friday Ev.ning-Sund. Afternoon :
was. R.tr.M IMr.rt.r.: t TI mrrllagi for superintendents
Individual ForAny *** t a' *i .f Catholic ichsol For Boys 8 to 14
May Register North r lm j,. ,s, systemswill
riorliU lie*a be> hrld shortly across the
Woaland. $5 Ragiitration Ft* in iima country U acquaint these sir( Staffad eicluu'valtf by tt
flclals with the law led lake. at/ the ayHl.rti of Tampa. Uuna all the
facilidat otime Mara Help .f Or.it.ani School for loyi.Opan .
SCHOOLSROSARIAN ?t y Monsignor Hixhwalt also Sunday, Juna 20th thru Sunday, August Irk inclutiva.F .
4 *1I released other statistics it
'p the press conference These
-.- c included figures on the number .
ACADEMY of children turned away
Teachers of new Priest from Catholic schools
ROAM*** eel day nrhaol for (pills .N ........ of fc...HNI a new
educational statistic Ha said
Lake Worth. Gt>8d.. ass to tvtrha. Fully 1III.dlt.. >awlinndtait
Blisters of St. Dominic of RlauveK Four of their congregation are. pic- the NCKA: also asked diocesans 1 sir
*. AH sparse muriv 1. art, S>....""" Dinned braisles.
el K. noMinia. for raining< addr.,*: RrKlMrM.KOSAHUX Nt'w York were' the teachers of Father tured at his ordination in St. Auruo-- ) about the number of ,
ACADEMY' WEST: FILM< BKlCH Roland! M. Juhen in Daytona Beach tine on Low Sunday at the Mission of nonCatholic pupils enrolled,
through grade school and high school Nombrs da Dies. another new test in educational -
fart finding! e

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atareditod. Program" includai: eoflaga preparatory and "nlr.r r, s
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OUR LADY or TIlE HILLS CAMP Mission grounds Low SundayFourth t...,o tamp. 1(11\eoot '..-.s

c:e SI. Leos Church ofl'nlum. Al m.;,.r. Spe', ,Iwt land .a4) 0.-. Dr. .
335 degree: Knights cession to enter the Oldest Mmwan' led by altar boys of \in-m .. +vr.u end Sh.p s
Springdale Av.nueWINSTONSALEM > ,
N. C. bus formed a guard of honor al-nj: sions grounds. Father Pand I parishes. The procession was an fee bq e i'..dw

the paths at the Miwion Noir.bre: OShea of the Cathedral t1.ftY'fnt of the annual pilgrimage t. ,... Se: M.., H.I''p e' Oort'; '.... ScJ..I
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, April SO, 196.5
tAagAet! "" '""'

Annual pilgrimageheld


,

Low Sunday 1rwftM .1 : I
T _
... T
.n. trio MM .... _
_
leg the assemblage that
director every
of
the
Million
Nombre de of Catholic has a duty to strive _
DIOI
the sermon to the, delivered pilgrims. to continue the work of the : _
Church In America."If .
The people were arrayed before -
I the gold.and.scarlet-dec- wt art to continue the r :
work aC _
crated outdoor rustic altar, of the early Catholic
the site of the first parish missionaries who made this
Ma si. place the true birthplace of

Recalling the historic and our nation, wt must pledgeour
religious significance of heart, our energies and
America'i Most Sacred Acre our resources Vt must
Father Cannon briefly r; pledge l ourselves to the futurein

viewed the dual beginnings of order to preserve our
civilization and Christianity Catholic heritage," Father t A
1
Cannon told the gathering
at the Mission site, remind.

Looking toward the oath
News media tt a point ef land extending
from the Mlssloe. ground

Into Mataniai Bay, Father
Mission Cannon laid "0. this spet-
give
where the first parish wn

bars In this latloe-there .
full will rise a Beacon Faith, a
coverageST. Great Cross rising toward ,
heaven for all tt ire." -.a
AfGfSTIVE-Nationil -

attention was drawn to Low Ht was referring to a Quadrlcentennial Souvenir of oldest written records in U. S.
Sunday ceremonies at the monument to the

Mission of Nombrt dt thou birthplace of Catholicity a OAS Ambassador from 11 Lat the oldest written records In the redo Vaiquei Car rlaoaa of Colombia Inscribes history

this week as representatbesof ZOitory stainless steel ilium- in American countries attended & United States, preserved by the P.
various national news media touted cross which will be visiblt ; Archbishop Joseph Hurley, Archbishop Joseph p, Hurley Inscribes the
reception given for them In St. Au. Church in St. Augustine, the Senor Reuben I
covered the ordination from land and sea The are Alvarenga of Tar Mission's historical booklet on the founding of St.
Mass and Pilgrimage. construction work on the gUBtine after ordination ceremoniesat Ibero-American viaitora, Including, aguay; and Dr William Sanders,
Augustine for Senor Dr, Carlos Garcia Bauer ef
Associated Great Cross
Press and United Is underway and
<
America'a Oldest Mission Look. from left, Carlos Alzamora
assistant
charge of
Press International the is scheduled for completion to secretary general the Guatemala. The prelate in the portrait la Blahop
nation'i two major news services coincide with fastlvltles i l l log at a copy of the first page of d'affaires of Peru; Senor Dr. Al. Organization of American States. William Kenny, one of the Diocese's early Blshope.

-Jed tones and photos planned to honor the birth ...
of the ordination before date of the first parish Massin

sundown to newspapers radio America, September I,
and television news editors IMS.

across the country Father Cannon also told the

gathering of pilgrims of plans
Coverage tf the event was
filmed for television stations for construction of a votive
church on the Minion
around the state by correspondents J
In St. Augustine ground The foundation and
part of the coquina walls of
The events of the day also the votive church art under ,
mere filmed In color by a motion construction and art due to
picture production company be completed In September, u
which Is planning a documentary !the Mission director said. y o
presentation in the Father Gannon'i address v
near future. followed the long winding
Newspapers In the Diocese procession In which th" statue
hid photographer reporters of Our Lady of La Leche, patron .
assigned to the Low Sunday of the Diocese, wn carried
events and the story of the by school children bearIng -
ordination and pilgrimage<< was blue and white streamers.
carried on network and local Monsignor James J. Heslin a
radio and television newt gave the Benediction of the

programs throughout Florida Most Blessed< Sacrament, to a: a
and !the nation. conclude the day of celebration
In addition to coverage by which marked the n.tlon' .-
the secular press, the nation'i beginning at the Mil a..
Catholic lion.
press newspaper
and magazines-were i.r Other Priests taking part From Honduras and ArgentinaThe
feed through various religious Included the deacon and sub \./ '
newt sen fees. dfl'onath.r Richard J. Organization of American States the Mission of Nombre do I Dht m

, The Low Sunday events acted Bowlei and< Father Joseph Ambassadors their wives, aides and Sunday, were Svnora Rlcardo A Mldenct .
as a vehicle for launching Caut/ield; Fathtr David American government officials ware In Roto of Honduras left and
the Mission ai a focal point O Shea, master "f ceremonies Visitors at reception ,
St Aujruatln liat weekend for cere JVnor and Senora Rlcardo C !Iambsninnies
for several feature article In ; and the chaplains to
national publications, Including the Archbishop Father Joseph Historic sicmncanrt! cf Am.rI:.'. foreground at the reception| above art I marking the city's Quadriren of Argentina.Expert .
and A. Barry and Father MiMion of Nombre dt DI the tennis!. At the reception for them st
mafirmes newspaper MI "ia Senor Cark Alzamora cf Peru, a .
-- --- ------ -- -- -- -
!. As the result of advance David P I'age.Monignor subject of conversation at the rrcrp charge d'affaires, and Senora Alfredo

information, several televisionand John P Burns, lists for the Ambaaaadon to the Or Vazquci Carrizoita of Colombia. The cites by
radio network pastor of the Cathedral of St. progress
I program ginizaUon of American States "ho reception took place In the library of Daytona Beach
director and feature newt Augustine, and Monsignor
and Mortimer Danaher director attended the ordination Maas at the the illaakm.
editors& columnist magazine
editori have requested of schools, joined ether Oldest XliMion laat Sunday. In the Church in Latin America
.. Welcome Tr.releriFwniors
-- -- -- -- --- -
Interview and< feature matsslat Prletti In the annual Low
\VAMII\niOV (Nr) Father John J, ConsldlneM

Sunday pilgrimage. Coming eventsMay Pontiff/ acclaims M., director of the Latin American liureau National F.rc) int* Peso, $,..1.1.'"

Catholic Welfare Conference, mail< there t.I an overall resurgence RaHai Wrry.,)M I Ire's

DAYTONA BEACH relic dance May 1. I I'arUh picnic, Juat U. Sisters' work in of Catholic life In I-ntln America although the AluminumMildred's

p m Fern Cm Armory, TlUUlppee Park Safety, tier- (-Church aM. program' Inert figures, clerical and lay. who Hghws: l-Ofm.IIII..h

Orlando M Andrew parish lot Our lady U LuMr4t nursing the sick Is still In Its Initial stages.T In their various theater of
"FOURTH GENERATION JEWELERS SING Illl" Holy Name Society sponsor. .Wreak. IiuMduKalreet .
action ,
,
aomt large
J*..*rt card May I, 11. Mary knoll mlaalonrr many
pert) for women, Junt
'TIC."" (' told the S Club of WaihIngtofi quite small have rniximlvdas .
110 rra
A. Ritzi & Sons 1 to 4 CM Hell St. ( ) -
Wm. pm la to M. Academy of IMyNentea ,
of one a< < ord to the s(* ua-a murFurmfurt
"there almost'
li
Cowl sancta Ma I' .'..u1! has ttpreised an
Petersburg Tempo rill need of the hour"INCOME ere II "I....... .....
h9 V***>1 J..el Un ria. apoMor his esteem. for the thousands daily increase In social action "r. ".". rel.Is. .
Cl Ml African" Gem Safety 121 N. leaes.. Sf. Bazaar May 2. Blessed lsrdlodlo..1 r fewer leg ef Raters dedicated to nursing programs sinister the ,. _. ., 00'
Trinity perish, JarkMovtne. Tees, $rpirmbrr I, Manus Catholic: Church" In t tht TAXSERVICE ,"s
the .k k throughout the
fried chicken darer, IS te I .1 \.mb,' de Dlos, SI, ,\.gus-. battle against lonerS and t
JTeyl J. Tr4"ai'sDayton "'. tine wid. economic Injustices
St James Orlando, pert**! During a talk In M I'ettr'i There art "networks IIf f r* lollLLOYD .
Moving it Stortg Co. is He..,d.Tses., I Aii.tla*..
IWatItIeft ef Cathedral of development ireePfs' C5 J.
pw-ntc May t. noon I* I pm en April 18 More the dele. operatives community 't
Agents ALLIED TAX LlNta. INC.D1TTOX1 Camp" ftt Pedro M*..ta... It Augustine, December IFurhanrttr gates to the third renflreis of projects) technical 144 Mews Ave. 2U"256PRINTING COX
CenfreM, St training and stall" 111111111'mira"
?ealarnIll the Italian Meratton of ours
I*. Cae pwU. -CL H04 Me g*. 11.11 44WT lstly' ,.estUs, May 21.ftamada Auguitine. f eWwary X. 19M. hag Slalom !N had a word afpral. '.." Father Consume Offie Suppliei
IDS, (ecta Reach ediration of V 1 t I v t .. fir "tke Inmimeraltltand Mid, which have around CL 2,1471

Card party and benefit Church Miettftfl r>t Nemt re silent ranks of souls ceviwraiMJ Cal ntui in Latin America" to h". frM at 411 0f.' 'III" NtrtH bath Sheet

a I.'''' show May S. Soothe. Wornan lie Dm' M Augustine, April tl) God happily. eiv J"rl tr,,.tlOl. C.iMkixa'* pris; ..se Ct.I .
J.wph J. 0..,......, 'i tub.. Jerkaonvtlle. fU.- 17, I M.Honors. gaped werklSHC f lee the sick The Catholic lay public MMtav, **Ma >
Hemaa CIIab..p""Mt. with. a religious' spiril sod n.., loafer la dormant There
urrerdien i .
UI t4.. I..c S.. 2 4214 111 M.goeiir,
H.Hin a"J Am /.4i ,....
1 ... with MM. preitif ef rret,. art" bff. Nitfg algae itt IItotelllgeAt
..
D., bath Japaneseto
Dance May I. I p m te 1 Itonal qtMltfkratloM and tealou tern e open I .M. M, |II| f.M.SAN .
VOlUSIA IuroITID "unI"y a m. Clearwaler Brach Me- per a I apotloUH ef Cbrtdiaq! .
mortal CMC Cnrfer. Mettor'i recall ancient JItt'fll Th* 11.1, Father Uld the Mfliwwe sd action in pubis lese.et ,nn.: .:..

Club ef IMeeeed $acra.e.tBaieer life iWwfl w* ...411 S.I t.- ......, ..,.;: N- .tt411 U..411 So '-I. Seam ele ........ persecution era "Your soliriloua and WHU- f fore." t.ether l'_.14IM detiered e CleM" M.IIJ.1'

SIEGFRIED APPLIANCES HistHv'Ktwiy High gent "...... your dedicate .. REMORESTAURANT

.. foal JacleewlDe. May t. fi4U t (NCI -. Paela Car cod melerMi prratexe *t tM "Chrtetta serial. teaching
lops: .* .1 ", sie...Jey fr-; ..ilwy.. ivchs.e Forty Dews Dtvetlon I duel. ......111. pep*) lgadeM Me ef tteee who suffer u tilt la aiirtaum the .....MII
172-0100 5 bIMl. *.11 tf "',...4. es u.s. I IFIESCgiPTIONS BiM4 Trwttf Church r.,.".. ... --.t. .UM deuMMtreiiot that. tMUrtkelar ks-M tt .MM well Informed I2M SO. II06IW009:
Orala. May I te Kay II. holy ..i( the etarwery ., deesend. (: r tsgKn i, Mid II per u a reeeK ., the pa*
huun eat* wetly at /pm seta of pertenited RMhceee tmler tile coetecraUea ef torah ef Ik* _.rc...... of CL 2.1357
FILED SENSES DV nDlIBE1. Father Hayser 0 r... teary Jaseseit CeUwUci imvttM oeieselfa God MS relifMvslife. "raall. Coil. fem. *V a-Wr -
speaker a pe.*i.g ef OM ef M net a woolens. a.4Itermtest and. etjttr l-.t. Americas .eTW -
K ef C state cea.ee4/.>... .... Ms. tbt ceirwal' I here retMincuUeii. ner a hens-. MATERNITY TOGS
CONTACT AgTlFICJAt May 14 t.. voyager MeMDattona reteetty He wet the. feudal tWMUsei of the .healthy valises
LENSES ETES I>aHi. Ned, Takayawa thorn whe of .Uw |.irtessslity. NO f rriral| saM. "Bellair Pitt,"

Theater party *TU.d of was euM .from Jee. lerremeisttH "It U aet a cover*? and then "it wMiig causal .r }>K.r4..* <,..t>.M lot the ttH..11. Se k..
Meek," June e. ()sir Lady efUurtfei a Catholic dejnegM fearful repMiiei, ef UM r.> .,..Iot..h'. ahwl" the user The sly dip 0the .f.M.. *r.. }
affix'
SCHWALM OPTICAL parish lm ie\.. Altar | period elfhirtif p.......... ipWMiHimee. ef artlvt em (rare .< "tilt ( beech U UlleAmrrlf e.mplae '.... ss.t..n.ry. ...',.
a um DATTONA Society, apoeeoir |ieeyi..eM to Use servke ef .
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Example to America, pilgrimage-_fo Mission ; i5.frt.i .. .. ",

foreground Sisters of other communities at the every parish In this Diocese would w'4 lot.
Sisters of St, Joseph, -= .
have their motherhouse in St. Au. Oldest Mission In the U. S on Low give the example to America of : r ..:. ,,":"-- 1 i

the teachers Sunday the day Archbishop Jo. making the Oldest Mission the 2S ,
gustine. They were 4Ow:, .'" oj
In Jacksonville of Father William Bpph P. Hurley ordained FatherStahler place of parish pilgrimage duringL. ;;;- ..t ....J' !
L. Stabler during hi* elementary and Father Roland M. year of 1P65, the Quadricen- '. -. "'0

school days at St Paul parish In Julien. On that day the Arch tennial of the founding of the Old. Name at Low ; I
Holy Sunday
the Gateway City They Joined bishop expressed the hope that eat City. men

Member of the Holy Name Rotietien Low Sunday pilgrimage last week Mot Sacred Acre, the Mission of

n 1A of the Diocese joined othera The men with the unfurled ban. Nombre de Die in St. Augustine.Recall .

Y r + in the procession of the Most ner of their Society marched

a II e Blessed Sacrament at the annual through the paths of America's

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Mr w i',' ',, During lAW Sunday ceremonies of the St Augustine citizens' were carrying the replica of the

at the Mission of Nombre de Dioa "royal family" costumed in 16th original Spanish madonna revered

M h. in St. Augustine, Spanish atmosphere century Spanish attire, right./ The at the Mission. The statue ia

was recreated by members group followed school children who known aa Our Lady of La Leche.


Hike 50 miles to attend ordinationLike -
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Aids Hong Kong's hungry
pilgrims of old these Boy to the Ancient City. They left St. ordination early Sunday ninrning,
LARGO
Scouts of America left their homei Paul parish at 2 p.m. on Fridayand footsore' but ready to participateIn Subscribe

in Jacksonville on Friday April pitched their first ramp at the Low Sunday ceremonies, All children by giving buns

23, to walk the SO miles to St Au Bayard. The next night found them of the boys had automobile rides

gUIIUn '1I Oldest Mission., All members at Anastasia Island in St, Augus home following the ordination and IIONCi: HOMi; (:NC)-One tweet bun a day may not

of Troop 41, St. Paul parish tine where they camped) in Light. pilgrimage. sound like a nowerhouse of nourishment but it can "" Met

they were led by Scoutmaster house park. They arrived at the provide instant food for Now"I

Thomas J, Sallas on their journey Mission of Nombre de Dioa for theArmenia's persistent hunger button starting of with buns a for dally ome dftri SUM 'V-L Q', Drugs

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button project to help ener thIS British, rolonJI '. 212 W. lay Dr,
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Legion decency
Schedule meet loss frr'.T:
tn. IhgINlime I girt the thousands of Hong ,. goal is loo.ww buns by PV SM-4II7
tobd or.lly unn..MMn.hu Kong children for 601 N. Cl..rw.t.r.lrgo .
HOME: (NO) A new gen. 1ST\\RIL, Turkey" (:NC- rates new movies in publbhrl, ,In tie, >..conIAprll / U- poor ( the end of 15. Ph. SI4-OI71
whom hunger li still of
oral of the Order of St Camil. ,, rue of Mrk month away
Armenian rite t Archbishop li iMtt life has been launched by tram the people fir f the
lus will be elected at the general Paul Kiredjian of Istanbul, Morally! objectionable) in part for all Monsignor Joseph Romamel- nltrd !Main have cme the ORVIUES GULF SERVICE
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chapter meeting to ,beheld head of the Armenian Catholic A'''.... 1r. \.. Int..n., The, 10t: t1.: local director\ of flnur milk powder and ail DORE'S LAWNMOWER 1010 W lap Drive
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here on May 2. There III AnlrlrulIl1'' et 1ndI.: 'shut hot POll 'T'rh. for these bum. SHOP Mire Den
be 43 electors and provincial community in Turkey lilT \n! "".',r MIa Catholic Relief !'I'TVIl'pS-Sa. Tore lawn Boy $14174) N.t.i

participating The North since 1917, died here on April ,RI..k.,......"IIobbllh. JKLV Null'Th.. h'\IIIhh'JKMs rh.1.15. tional Catholic Welfare Con From friends. throughout 10'In a?',,: r.a...'" 24 Hour R.d;, ConrrolUd

American province of the 20 He was 69. ....m..' of T.r.... or Human RendMle a Terence the work l'on.tMdalh the | AH "" ,,
order which ministers to the frog ,.,.. hIm 'prln..h.ft Thin dOf' n't mean that he supplementary nutritional Serve. l
A native of Koran In south I'ry of Call." H r.....".. .......r. The HkTUr"r. Is his. title of .d'. '" ..... .,
hai Its headquarters in .. I', Ih. I/Mnt. Csre. IT ", ,,,'1,. so JKStLnlrntu : relinquishing needs of growing voung' Truck Rtpt;ring
he
Mil*'aukee.IMOIMUCWU. etn Turkey, was ordaineda .Is Sailrlr. ..,.... It 05.11.V ".Noodle King"-a title whKhM den" have come gifts to pro-
Priest In 1919, after the Armenian ,..,It .... Tt>. Tn C..dm.nll" 'eln. P.v, JKL taking him bark to the vide! sugar east and egg
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*WINDOW Ulllf decimated by the Ottoman 1 I'nur.5.. me. l'V Ihmt .:.", ..oI..r I April to prepare for Noodle. fall of the initial S.(ono( daily OFFICE SUPPLYONG
Turki fourteen Armenian Frizz for T.. IIhot I. ,,,, I\Irll. A golf tournament to raise bun*.
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Catholics Sees were drutroved ., T""r..I' a 5'olhte IMPS aemmv V.. The KLVHIlirl fundi to fight world hunger Monsignor rtoro mello a OFFICE OUTFITTERS COMPLETE SUPPLIES
1I" and abandoned in the course( I H..., JK Iatlee MIS IIIh... HJAV It will he held I at the Went, Mart knoll miuumer and a R, J. LOWRY OrMgr.

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= AI.I: C W.... \ archbishopric which Archbishop Horror of e.rlr R..r JKI. The.. h"I. D' Uv York on May 24 !Noodle golf match. fint. ever
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I e ink. n ...n JKVIT TUM 1',.,....* ".. JIC can popu.lant
wHlealrctor was not restored until RIB! : John HoMlirb. 1'1.... Como, Tnmnrrnw 1. My Tur to be cooked-but bum tan and that "inu'
".,...ww" a.eo.ewr.w"- .....Ie"....mnN.., CIt.+/..1 l.rl't 000.e At the time of his death, .l..,Ills limn,. JKV \nd.r.... ..AM'.. Virtu.IT ST be eaten on the ipot !So namenti wi,iiiif'I held throughout ) H. L. @
I.(.., "INUt INIy' .,... Jean' ,.... there were only 4700 \rme- Mi.ln, nnilni, JK wall or N..... T Monsignor rtomamello Is the Ci untnHow c( I lituror- Ratter
a.cM.w. ", (I/u1' ,...Itu...rho MItINAt nlan rite Catholics left in Turkey KI"." .lik Whip KMT who H..n aiMulM, ;n'tOfft
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Mnbe ire .. .. the .rhii.. *T Monsignor Joseph Romaniello M.M. adds 'and
Mllins 1I..1Ittful 1111 Women II the wellRJW (EIf C yattr far
Bun" to his title of Noodle Pneet in his fight ]

HUGH EDWARDS INC. Of r IN Ml ....tit' M .Key.11.,."to rKCWKXTS Symbol tSI .....lt.,l. w*. to provide more food for more undernourished
in ...m..*. (Ol Uw Ml 1.- I.M.U iTi .....11F ...._.'. youngster in Hong Konf A daily bun project SARASOTAt ORIGINAL lAW BARt
-.r. ... ..rlt! CONTAINS .M. M...'..1 ,1 I In* mor.1II.OMU.
JTW TWO BI/OTIt TROY ill" *it,..,,...... .K:) i..n... v < *ir.Mi<* "r, i.litvm. is bring launched this month by Monsignor I .'Ie .... *. W Sticky P1104; Read .* S..*%. Crag (JUJ 41))
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/ mark anniversary ofhristianity's Nine the Floilda Catholic, Friday, AprU 30, 1965.



start in islands Over 300 youngsters await .


U qTY (NC)- jaanda of a sessions at Camp St. Johnny :
have
thin coastal peraona flocked dint AnUniuttl "in efflc11ti." t '
to
i city m ark the 400th anniveraary of at a Solemn ronUlltal l Mesa, Father
I Chriatlanlzation of the Philip E. HaMeatl :
Philippines with and Presiding PtQidida .
alone and liturgical! cerenlei. meeting, pro- capagal will I iced the thousands )Ml- SW"rttIU.\, Horida-Camp St. JohQ, the
OUT., of Colombo Ceylon; sf persons a ,mbe4! summer camp In north j Florida, will open In a few

fecal point !ia the atx-day Archbishop Egidio Vagnoui. at the congress site 'in g more weeks on Sunday, June 1J. The camp wilt| pe open
lemony (April 27 to May United apostolic delegate in I the prayer .( fenierratioi ef' the N from June 13 to August 6
cap 4 bug wooden troll State and former Filipine people .M Christ( the this year.Three .
is ted near the shore where epostolfc nuncie to the Philip- King. hundred and twenty
aniiB/ eplarer Pines; and aujuuary Bishop Catholic children from allover
Firnandohgellan
first planted Fulton J. Sheen pf l new York. Perkapi (the mast plmbilte, the Dioceia will asiemble .

-osi lp 1521. Each day proIsiioni a- The acthtlcs| began eff'> that e'fa&m diy .h uks.* Cardlaal plate later Atonluttl *. T to living enjoy(II wholesome an atmosphereof outdoor Philip E, I. I IlIal.I.

began at this jity'ltholie : daily .1 Aprl( n )f.llo.I"| a _|III l| bless, lat! careen' .et..eee1 Catholic guidance. ." ,
parishes! and wound solemn trlduum .( prayer atone .f i itmlRsry vhlfk The
Iclr counsellors. Mho will
loitenUal way to the }cress vhere A day later the fucharlitle" will pep. prepare Supine staff Camp St. John this sum.
Aid. services wife congress wai "krqa with' Priest| |e lees ai missionaries mer. are anxiously preparing
ceremonies presided em b Ia( elder lovnirlfi .f.fAlii.
to proud each
( child with miles south
aa of' Jacksonville
[Although Magellan, came Cardinal Aafonluttl.( .
bra fa Uf, this ,ur'. cps l. opportunity to enjoy twelve on State Road JJ. It II across
anon mark the arrUal ofl Hundreds/ pf colorful rUer *! U the only dips III fun and Instructions. the St. Johns River from -

| e t ther/ Spaniard, Miguel boats, call d "bangcas," took predominantly\! Cathode\ nation TheoljmpU slse summing Qreeq\ Cqve Springs, 19 miles ._
pu de Ugaspl, oa April part in a procession which l ia the far Seat, end\ although I. pool Is ready and walling for north on the hands Brjdge.
1MI. It wai de Legaipl, bore a venerated statue of It pas not enough) the splash of 80 clamoringyeungilers Camp St. John la.I well ever
its the help of Auguitmiaa the Christ Child said tq Priests for ill awe population tie capacity fir half filled for the summer
null, w.h first bega he have been left heri by Magellan it was deci4.4 .to mark each al the four sesslnas. after only' four wicks of advertising
|stematic evangelisation ofIIIO -to the life\ of the congress. the 4mH" anniversary\ of We suggest that all
Islands which are ROW Christianity )here by founding A nsw attraction this summer applications be sent In aa
per cent Catholic. The following' dsyi the Philippine Foreign |s |IheII'.le m. iMitlon soon as possible, so that those
[ Mart of the country's 41Uihopi gives to different wirt pf( Mission Society. America's editors at Mission of horses. This will provide applying will not be refusedfor

., .'Ilt) ai about !*O> lay persons. April group?* wairhildran' Later the same afternoon, .. u another activity. for Camp St. lack ef room. Address al
reign Bishops, assembled / day and' Cardinal' close to 500000 persons .are Father Michael v Gannon, renter, I left, managing editor of the weekly John te be added to the ....Im. Inquiries to Camp It. John,
era for the beginning of the Qracias offered a Pqntififal expected to marrR )III a procession director of the Mission of Nombre de magaiine: America, and Father Thura- ming sail boating, handicraft, IU33 etn Avenue Nertfc, It,

hlebretloni, which were also Mass Then Friday ices set U the congress sits pine, St. Augustine, shows to diatln* ton N. Davis 8.J., editar ln- hlaf of the archery, riflery, hiking, eter Petenburg, Florida
a observance .f the aside for to hear a closing message guished editor-Prirata of night ramping, Softball, teams
Philip- women. Cardinal a sample eoquins publication, toured the Mission in AP'61"hll. ,
basketball
Ise.' third National Eucha-: Cooray was scheduled broadcast especially t Ie the used In campfire and
conatruction of
roecelebrate being the .
visiting Archbishop Joeerh P. water ORLANDOWINTER
skiing which I Is
turtle Congreti. Ildebrande Man with Bishops Philippine by Pope Paul VI, votive church on the Ancient Mission! Hurley, addition the another

fardlaal Ant nJuttf, pre/tc) from 12 nation In Ana and In Soviet's jail grounds. Father ]Eugene: Culhane S.J., program) summer
M the Congregation 0' ReI Latin America. That evening\ PARK
I gloui, arrived aa a personal Rufino Cardinal Santos of BONN!'/, Germany NCI(!! I Catt't'hlall.Ion' was se
tipresenUtlve! of Pope Paul Manila war t to effsr Man 'for Two Priests and eight Sisters second popular last summer, that. a
1- thousands are among }0 persons arrest. catechism session .has
men, with Buhpp -
Among the ether vlsltori Sheep giving the homily, ad by evict' \ in LovWruman People congratulated for backing born added. This will make MQVETT1114010Mavww.nrm
I 8 K, and sent to room for 40 more girls this
Valance efaa#
ere Cardinal, Saturday, May I, Is the day summer The following art each....... w..i.a.r.
(steles ef Bombay, India) for the sick and aged.. On Sun. prison tamp' In Siberia, according the tamp" dates* .......... .....
aa a 1 Cardinal Cooray day, the te KNA, (German of Federal aid schools ...
rlosing Car to
day, passage *a ..
('ai halm news agency here First woodcraft, ")i only, .u. .. .. sr.a ..
KNA identified the Priests Q4 $561.
June 11 le June seceadwwudcraR
John J. ISI)
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abundance and .
II father Ivan Sauce and hope of hens only, June STle
ORLANDO WINTER PARK rather Roman. Jloiri it said ; 10KK' (>C) Francis Cardinal Spellman' Amrrl(",. July 1i i first eitrrhlim, ,,

all the Sistari hid worked in expressed gratitude here to the American people for "Thla vat a promise made INI). and girls, Julr fl I. Jely

hospitals. The acne agency passage of the/ new federal aid to education law long ago. and 1111' that many Ui, irennil ratevhlsm, .ben ELLISDRUG
gave he reason 'for the ar- fine nun and women have and girl, July |l to Aufmt ..
J I II BLAKR' ,,,U.Namod. He praiaexj Prtaidrnt Lyndon B. Johnson and Con. eork.4| very hard to keep.
Duck Inn STORE INC.
Gory'f grew for adoption of the law, but told the But It remains to ui In 'this This beautiful ramp Is located
omoc BurpwVDRNltPRN
; opening 'ea
.ter is a fI'ui e.. to posts day to use on She/ east bank of the
INS our new technical
SU.,f UH.... 4.M VATICAN CITY 1 NCI .ion of the 62nd annual! meeting of the National Catholic knowledge and skills and our St Johns tttnr at| Swtf| 4711 Is
OfICB .orfJJt:1: aseor..cv es eers .S I I. Educational Association greater understanding of land, Florida.. It consists et
Pa.n / Bishop tula Mauoldl K C rV" IS t211 OrIe"d.
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HI T4MIM Ins S*. .>. III. seer espelte in 1WH tram" the Sudan "Abo\e all, I thank the people of the United. Staten man'a potentialities la give 100 acrei of pine| and oak -
let Cln.... ATI. W,f, woodland. The Is UF
every child, rich camp
There hi was nicer apostalie because they were responsible for having; the Senate and or poor,
ef' Juba has been named the Congress black or white, a chance te
rrepond to
our plea
p.re.. rue r* tai. by rope 1'11111 as oMi- against discrimination"misnnner live a full and honest life. .f the wry bar
WUKXrrt 1OU kEEII: '" LEWIS-COII vary ef the cwl'ly created dl orate The Cardinal said he "un of Education, Francli And It Is up to u; to pass this) h* REAL ESTATI...
llif rsI-dirt EXTIIMINATIN6( CO, of Monte in Uganda. derstood some people' do not Krill ri rich heritage on to future
1Nsi. Pisiu like the bill. ." but he added i l-UnryC. DouglnIHN.MainollaAve.!
..etserI. Cede. UMTpWHH |USnit Bishop Wswaldi ass one of Al> ,it t ..:, '1 "Priests, Sisters generations
t..,..., hear .11".4 C.-, .. ,.. no about *X> foreign missionaries that opponents of parochial and la)' leathers attended the The President congratulaled .. .
ec.l. oimmwI '?NN, Sll..MM eipelled from the southern pupils' IMlu.loftWould! make keynote the IS'CEA fm work It I 111.174033.0045
.... M,Uk Romper autpe Catholic school children Into session In the New on "' .0..
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Sudan. ai I rnult af tfifferenrei York Hilton lintel Another has done In our cities and
Csl refOHUbPO., Ict .r "secondclass citizens"The JACK ELLIS
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between southerners and IMO watched by do.toddl' states across the nation." FATKAMIZI
Herman J. HJJrch the Arabic speaking rulers of '1.1 bill!*. law signedrefeMty CUlt television In the Amen 1'1I101.' ADTk1ITICUa ..
VJRTlI"Q: & the ",''' kjr (',...Idrnt Jtliosi tana lintel across the street, Woo arrroKT '
row p*XTIM Sons will be sand the rare of the nlll launcb a masthoprtgram and many thousands more Spring SpecialAir lOUR CATHOLIC rAa"BARNES c .. ;
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.re.." u4rn" Verona. '.tll'fI, of mhich aimed at b tStrrlag viewed the
chiefly event
son HI IHfkM > on television
as | fill,'OlItKl q r,.., 'aI' eel hpue4r. Bishop Massoldl a "member.f (the. educallno of f fhlUdrr arts In rooms la the '11,'. Conditioner 'I,. t..J
Tn .... Ito w. pr./na It psecee Cecil presets opa Paul alsa aimed Father .f few im.me fsmllles.. major hotels PRE.SEASON 11"1' AND f1

>.u|'ne Vroeman 5 J to Nearly JT.Onfl teachers and W'JIM ,
oon.o. fr17tta
be Bishop of CM. .a.a in Needy children attending administrator registered for SERVICE '
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parochial and other p r. v ate Us1TiklATlt$ a.a
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Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, r" L Twh
Little Rock's Bishop


I Two ordained at ; notes 25th jubilee



Oldest Mission LITTLE ROCK (NO)-Bishop Albert J. Fletcher c!

Little Rock, honored here on the occasion of his 25th anniversary -

(('..11...tf front t.... ...> preceded the ecclesiastical as a member of the hierarchy was called "a

of parishes throughout the procession into the historic rood shepherd, an example to his fellow Bishops.. an- -
the ordination r of the Church of
the assembled grounds to open ornament
Diocese led Mass / 1II' Bishop Fletcher will offer
faithful in responses to the God. Mass in the Barton Coliseumfor
Missa Recitata. The families of the Priests The praise came in the sermon
an anticipated overflow
seated near the altar ina
were by Bishop MauriceSrhexnaydt'r
The ordination Mass and given congregation of 9000 persons
reserved area,
specially of Lafayette atM
annual pilgrimage 'isee ad Delegations from
,U virtually
from the OAS ambas
across offered
by Bishop
joining Itoryl'as) one of the sadors. t t ,gy1t a si every parish in his Diocese
Fletcher in St. Andrew's ca.
assemblages will be
largest single present.
Leo Stahlerof
Mr and Mrs thedral Little Rock.
to be held at the Missionof
ever
Green Cove Springs and James Francis Cardinal Mc.
de Dies. Sees U S
Nombre Mr and Mrs. Clarence Julienof Intyre of Los Angeles conferred gain
The rustic altar, focal pointof Daytona Beach, membersof upon Bishop Fletcherthe MANILA (NC-Pesistance

the morning ordination, their families, friends and papal dignity of an assistant to communist aggression in
was highlighted by a striking teachers of the Priests were at the pontifical throne Vietnam has been strengthened .

canopy of gold, scarlet and present. an honor given to the Jubl- by Increased American
white. The rear of the altar Relatives and acquaintances w larian by Pope Paul \". awareness, Senator ThomasJ.
was draped in royal scarlet of Father Julien from Canada Dodd of Connecticut said
and fringed in gold. A 12 foot journeyed to St. Augustine for Among the SO) Archbishops, here on arriving from Saigon.

canopy which covered the the ordination.To Bishops and Abbots presentfor He noted the last time he
altar was in gold and white. the April 28 1la11'" visited Vietnam was in 1961.
The congregation viewed the the parents of the new Archbishop Joseph P. Burley "Viet Cong (communist)
Priests Archbishop Burley of St. Augustine
ceremonies from "
impressive aggression was strong then
temporary chairs placed In laid'ou: have given .n
of God- !
the Church
positions flanking a path lead gifts to Arkansas to be raised to "The difference is that we
ing to the altar. More than the greatest gift Jon have to the episcopate is the fourth are more aware mow We are

500 persons, many of them gis e. Bishop of Little Rock. He was stronger because we realize
Power of the Priesthood conferred two diocesan
non-Catholic tourists, ringedthe The Priests and their families on men consecrated a n auxiliary their strength."

assemblage to view the were guests at a luncheon Bishop of his diocese on April Senator Dodd said he feels
Mass. at the Ponce de Leon Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, Priest present placed their consecrated lalns to the Archbishop, Father 25, 1940! and became Bishopof "we have turned the corner"In

The candidates vested as Motor Lodge following the center imposed hands on the two hands upon the heads of Neil A Sager and Father Joseph Little Rock In 1947 upon Vietnam He said the morale

deacons, carrying candles ordination Mass. new Priests of the Diocese, conferring the newly I ordained. Wearing Caulfield look on, with Father the death of Bishop John B. of the people is rising

and their Mass vestments, The throng of altar boys the Priesthood upon them stoles, Father Joseph Corde left, James F. Gloekler (behind Father Morris. while the Viet Cong moraleis

assisting in the ceremonies and then he extended his right and Father Carlyle Blake C.SS.R. Corde) and other masters of cere Part of the anniversary falling The senator washers

University set gathered at nearby St. Agnes hand toward them while other impose hands. At the altar, chap. monies. programs marking his epis to receive an honorary
for luncheon. copal consecration will take degree from Far Eastern

PANAMA: CITY (NO) place on Sunday May 2, when University
Marco A. Robles Convention
President
and Education Minister Eduardo Pope speakson .-' .' '

Ritter Aislan have

authorizing signed a the decree establishmentof formally Women 1C 1'o meet in Cocoa Beachmada vocationof s. 1

of I
Panama the Catholic(April university 15)) In the < .ntt.... ".. pit. ."1 Inn, in the lobby. Mrs. Lacher presiding and ,.

planning stages for years, Sarasota, Mrs. Theodore Antony After the Cape tour, a boardof the prayer opening the convention a soldierVATICAN ;. I
the projected university was of Rockledge and Mrs. directors meeting will beheld to be given by Mon. iW': Cve :u.' -'p 4
1
given a major forward thrust Thad Siemienskl of Orlando, by diocesan board mem signor Nolan. CITY (NC) f:

late last winter when Arch panelists bers. Father Herlihy and Mrs Pope Paul VI has hailed the 1l:

bishop Tomas A. Clavel of Registration will take place Ascension Women's Guildof Robert Gay president of career of a soldier as "a vocation ,,
Panama turned over to it his from 9 a rn. to 6,:30 p,m. on Eau Gallic has arranged Church of Our Saviour Guildin of service" ':
3 at the Ra- Cocoa Beach will i.
,
four-story residence. Monday May say
for dinner and entertainmentthat Speaking In French to 200
words of welcome behalfof
evening beginning at 7 on Belgian soldiers (April 21)),
New Priests will offer the area's' Priests andparlshlont'rI. .
o'clock. the Pope stated: iI'' .
I "The vocation of the soldier $I;'''' \ -
Solemn Pontifical Mass of The Honorable Robert' P.
'
Masses in two citiesST. ficially opens the convention. Murkshe Mayor of Cocoa by definition, as everyone a vocation knows of ,ser is ;" "i,./, ..\
Beach extend
It will be celebrated at 8:30a : will a civic
m. on Tuesday, May 4, in welcome to the beaches and vice. And the centurion of the
AUGUSTINE-Fir: : : it ther Lawrence p Redmond Gospel proves that there is
the Church of Our Saviour. the Cape complex ,
solemn Masses will be celebrated subdeacon. Mrs Max Bender of Sarasota no incompatibility betweenthe 1
Archbishop Hurley will be
Father Michael V. Gannon, requirements of military
in two cities! ,
on Sunday the celebrant and will give the response
Mc.
director of the Mission of Bishop discipline and those of the I ..
of the Diocese by the Priests Laughlin will the ..t'r.mono Convention rules will be e
give
Nombre de Dies, welcomedthe faith, between the ideal of the ,
presented by Miss Idelle Murphy '
who were ordained here April newly ordained Priests at of Tallahassee soldier and that of the believer. 1
25, at the Mission of Nombrede the Mission for early morn Officers of the Maw will be DCCW ,
She II the
parliamentarian
Dios ing first Masses Father the following Priests-:
Monsignor William J Miillally newly elected president of "To realize the harmonious
Stahler and his -
Patrick E, NolanV.F. family Wl'reat
Monsignor P.A V.F the St. Augustine DCCW synthesis of this double ideal 1 ,
Paul the chapel for his Mass on assistant .1' I rr+e"i
of St. parishin
pastor deanery and will take her
Father Jul priest; Father Arthur L. Dun must be the ambition of the
Monday morning;
will welcome
Jacksonville place on the DCCW board at
Stabler and )ten, on Tuesday morning of nigan, deacon; Father JamesF. Christian who is called-by
L.
Father William this convention as one of the i
personal choice or by obedience
this week. Each: celebrated a llerlihy subdeacon; Father
his family to St. Paula on ,
DCCW lice .
Neil A. presidents.Other to law- to put on a
Sager and Father
Mass out the tradition
o'clock. following r
12
Sunday, May 2, at
new deanery presUdents :
uniform and consecrate a .
Conesa partof
of new Priests of sayingone Diego deaconsof i k : ,
The new Priest will celebrate of their first Masses at honor. Masters of ceremonies who will assume the his energies to military activities. ': ,
the Mass, with Father the Mission chapel. wit be Father James DCCW vice president rolesat ." __
Joseph Corde, his pastor as F. Oloekler. Father Patrick the end of this year's convention
include The Pope did not refer to
Mrs George
assistant priest; Monsignor J. O'Carroll and Father
Names observerVATICAN Sierra' the claims of conscientious
of Christ the King
Harold F. Jordan deacon; Thomas B. McGrane.
parish in Tampa and Mrs. objectors, but his talk cameIn
and Father Richard J,
CITY (:NC) Chaplains to Bishop Mc. !Bender of Church of the Incarnation the wake of a debate! on
Bowles' subdeacon. Monsignor Pope Paul VI has named Monsignor laughlin will be "ath'rl'l'tE'r
in Sarasota, the subject In Italy. Statements
:
Nolan will give the sermon. Andrea Maria Deskur
C. Dolan and Father Mrs Chester Kazmierczak supporting these claims
Father Roland M. Julien as the Vatican's observer at Sean P. Molloy DeLand was reelected president made by some Priests In the
will be the celebrant of his the combined convention of
On the second morning of of her deanery and will Florence archdiocese recently
first solemn Mass on May 2 the American Catholic Press
the convention, Wednesday, continue as a DCCW; vice brought a rebuke form
at 12:15: p,m. in St. Paul Association and the World May 5. at 8 30 a m.. Father president. Ermenegildo Cardinal Floret

Church Daytona Beach.' Union of the Catholic Pressin Vincent E.: Smith will celebrate Outgoing DCCW vice presidents l. of Florence.

Ills pastor :Monsignor William New York May 1&22. Mass In the Church of at this convention are After speaking to the troopsthe

J. Mullally P.A., ,....., Monsignor Deskur Polish- Our Saviour for the deceased Mrs Aguiar A. Reyes of the Pope went to a public audience Convention to hear Cape officialLt
will\ be assistant priest and born undersecretary of the members of the Council. Cathedral I parish In St. in St. Peter's basilica

Monsignor George W, Cummings pontifical commission for Among thou to be remembered Augustine, Mrs. Frederick attended by thousands of visitors. CoL John G. Albert U.SAT.. and airmen are responsible for Insuring

of the Church of the communications media, said at this bias\ will he the Schmidt of St. Petersburg; From Easter: afternoon speaker Tuesday night at the Catholic that the Gt'mlnllauncb vehicle checks
Epiphany In Venice will give he will probably take a message late beloved Father Charles and Mrs. Charles Ockclmann until he received the Belgian
of Pope Paul to the convention Women'a convention In Cocoa Beach out and meets all performance requirements I
the sermon. along with greetings: \V, Spellman, who was palo of The Sarawta soldiers the Pope had granted ill i pictured, center with his team at and tests during launch prtflira-
keynote address at
tor In Cocoa Reach when he the no audiemrs It was understood -
The other officers of the from Archbishop Martin J. died this convention will be Risen that he had been ads the G"minllaunch aite. These officers: tions.Subscribe .
Mass will be Father Carl R.Forthofer O'Connor, president of the jear. Tuesday morning by FatherSmith Used to rest for a few days --- --

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the convention business will moderator of the Women's and an even busier Holy now I
take place at 10,30 a m. with Council Week .
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