The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
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50 no. a year[ former -]
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
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i1 ls for NVXUVmi peace


: By James C. O'Nflll we have compelling reasons

( :: J_ : : VATICAN CIT (NC)-Pope Paul VI has Issued an for believing' that the present

01. XX\'I. \o. 27 Orlando, Florida, Friday, } encyclical letter calling for increased prayer to Mary hour Is especially grave, thatit

during the month of May for the Church and for world makes a call for united.
prayer from the whole Christian
) peace because the present hour \I. especially grave"
people more than ever a
The Pope'i encyclical letter! Men.e Maio (The Monthof matter of urgency"

Women join May), was issued April 30 and though it included the Nowhere in his letter did

success of the ecumenical council among the intentions Pope( Paul specify what areas

tn b.. hM..".! tn.. 51,. I..."..,. of unrest he was referring to.
d otd.th. .wW. Mary that Catholics have
\ 1 jx-r Instead Pope Paul those
turned "whenever the needsof
of diocesan cent of its text to peace.The the Church demanded it or to speak generally .f the

second encyclical of whenever danger hovered world picture and l 10 protect

Pope Psul's reign opens by menacingly over the world again breaches of the peace
noting that May is marked by When we look at the present wherever they are le be
COCOA mClIMore than 400 women registeredat the special devotion to Mary by needs of the Church or at the found lie wrolei

the 35th annual convention of the St. Diocesan Catholics and that it is to of
Augustine state peace in the world, "Today, as if no lesson had
Council that opened here this week Archbishop been learned irons. the tragic

Joseph P Hurley, celebrant of the opening Mans in the ; Emphasis on vocations experiences of the two con-

Church of) Our Saviour was scheduled to close the con- to : theta which shed blood in the

vention on May 5 at the banquet in the Ramada Inn. ida : first half of our century, we
the observed at St. Paul'sJU'KSOMILLK have the dreadful spectaclein
Auxiliary Bishop Charles B. McLaughlin's sermon andthe :: certain
parts of the world
keynote address by the DCCWs assistant spiritual of the
on increase
director set the tone on -Somt coincidences here served to
the finest that ell' = between peoples, and
Tuesday for the conferences have ever programs presented at our we I Its emphasize the observance of Good Shepherd Sunday in see repeated the dangerous

annual gatherings in the Diocese the Diocese of St. Augustine as the world day of prayer phenomenon of recourse to
Monsignor Patrick E. Nolanof = arms Instead of to negotiation -
for vocations called for by Pope Paul VI Monsignor
to settle disputes of the
Jacksonville welcomed the )
As we enter our 400th Patrick K. Nolan V.K, paator -
delegates at the tint business year were Harold Jordan and Richard opposing parties, This means
all of us will return in spiritas of St Paul pariah rel -
session, at which the diocesan Howies, that the populations) of entire
president, Mrs James Lac'her well as in person not only :: l lasted as follow.; Last Sunday Monsignor nations are subjected to unspeakable -
to celebrate the Quadricen- !St Paul Church (tht church sufferings' caused
of Bradenton, presided Mon- our Harold Jordan deacon
tennial but also to launch a Itself not the ) celt by agitation .
signer Nolan is spiritual moderator parish and rather Itichard now I.. guerilla warfare
of) the DCCW. rather new era of Catholicity our : prated its silver jubilee on was subdearon at the first acts of war, ever growing .
Diocese. Faster: the day that Faster In extent and
Vincent E. Smith, assistant = On solemn Mass offered by rather Intensity
moderator of the Council, Wt beckon the satins !back in was (celebrated 25 years William Stabler, also an which could at any moment

gave the keynote speech at le Its Christian beginnings as ago, among the altar boys alumnus of St Paul' Music produce the spark for a terrible

the same session. that the new horizons will be I ". of the junior choir at th.n"11 fresh conflict"
The Auxiliary BliMp of aglow with Christ, the Light ordained Prleit's Mass The Pope appealed to lh.world' .

Raleigh North Carolina, gave .f the War Id. was under the direction of a leaders "not to remain
deaf to the unanimousdesire
tht sermon at the I 30 a m. It Is Sister Marls Iheren S 5.J,.
really in the parishesthat of mankind which
Mass (The text is carried on also a graduate of !St. Paul's "
history is made St. Augustine wants peace In defense of
the editorial of thisissue school. The children who
a for example, has m.n' dignity and Christiancivilization
,-Ed.i sang are pupils of the sixth,
the oldest parish history ia he declared that
Bishop McLaughlin seventh and eighth grades In
spokeof our country Some of the direct "we cannot fall tu condemn
true "a true the parish,
descendants of the firstrari.hionfTl ads of guerrilla warfare and
patriot of this land must rare father Joseph Cord pastor
art with us today of terrorism the practice elf
for the spiritual as well as We count some of them of Sacred Heart parish In holding hostages and of taking
the physical integrity ef our as Council officers.It Green vows Springs where the reprisals against unarmed
country"-and Indicated that Stabler family now lives, and civilians,"
the American Christian woman is only by being In the Father William llmhheim,
must exercise leadershipin main stream of our Catholic another diocesan Priest Jack After stressing the grave
preserving the heritages heritage that we can be assured sonvlllt also claims as its slate of the .world Pope Paul

of both Faith and nation of avoiding those pitfalls own, were among the friends underlined the fact that penes
Said Bishop McLaughlin: which have thwarted I.X"I attending the first solemn "Is nut merely .f our ewe

"If the women of this nation the efforts of zealous individuals s Mass celebrated by rather making. It ls also and par.
do not instill into the menthe and have seriously obscured / Stabler, POPK.: PAl U back page

1001 God, the aecep- the true meaning of Monsignor Nolan. five the

lance of Ills authority, the Christianity.A sermon, drawing attention to
sense of responsibility la our knowledge of our history the coincidences which led up Holy Namo sots

fellow man and the need for I will enable ui to avoid those to the "day which the Lord

developing/ virtue in life. how extremes which seem to be hath made," West Coast rallyin
ran our men be expected to so common today Our forefathers
love our nation and supportit In the Faith were All three of the Pride en.
In times of need'" men and women of great purpose the altar, he soled, were boys Tampa, May 16

and sanctity .f (he psrlib when M... was TtMI'l .. Holy Name Sort-
He concluded thai It I Is "the It is the prime purpose of said fur the first Hint la the plies of the West Coast Deanery
fflre ef )'. ChrliUaa w ernesto M. Paul Church.Munilgnor will hold their' Spring
brlsg a golden light Into
this world *f earl a light as Space Jordan was In tally( on Sunday May IB, at
: of Our Lord Chur .hhere.
bright as geld sad a. pare" t'ATICA'TTY high school; father Howies, '
(NO) ,
In grammar school; end Pa.ther .
Father Smith' keynote address Pope Paul VI said at an audience
( Mahler was s child of
lather I'hlllp A. Hardeck
granted technicians, of
also called for ,
womento two yearn, probably compel '
the Italian ( .SH It pillar or( the hunt
be faithful to th.1rora. aerospace research
lag out loud with the Priest on
pariah, hat announced Ilsse
center that the Church
tions as wives and mothers. : this altar
during the lime of
regards their work ai the will bt si 11:31.: m with the
God us Mary as ,
gave an ti the sermon, st Monsignor
mea assembling for the HNSprorrniuH
ample, he said, who forever dignity highest eipiesskm of man i in U.S. Nolan noted, in his customary si II:M a m.t'ollo"lnl .
would remain with us
as our
dinner. Holy
"la the WIt.At
morning star peaceful, exaltingrace
: The others at Rasa that time, when. the Name men will hear a rucit
Father Smith laid, ia part for space conquest, the
church was new Jacksonville speaker and conduct their!
the staff of officer. and
In the spirit of the Vatican pope said, the Church seen did not have / .
Council we return to our a stupendous confirmation the Dutch vessel I, lit Bishop business meeting with Gregory
Kenny High School and the
<< U. Grarv deanery
beginnings, to drink of the of the possibilities. of herman a missile cruiser in jwt Priests who were officers of dent, presiding pre

waters of our Faith so that nature in which God \ ,. In Ms sermon, the the Man lad Sunday attended llenedktHW of the Mi' .t

having been refreshed, we from the beginning infused the union brought out SI Paul kVhool 'In the venerable Blessed Sacrament at 210)

mar push forward the workof Iil His,."owe breath of Immortal of the Italian c* l*!>ny In Itlvtrsld parish over p.m will rime the flatly at
spreading God's
kingdom \ I Beach and! In fit, Au which Monilgnor Nolan now which all the Wed Our beginning, as well as The Italian technicians are f 1>"1111... isles plan to be represented
the nation lath, are rooted preparing for a trip to equatorial
In St Augustine. During this Africa to launch an
contention we will! relive !this laiaa( satellite, the Saa Parishes to observe Mayin

pest 400 years through one of Marco, into! orbit .-

-, -... ..... for
... -- -' ---- Sisters prayer vocations

NT AIM.HUNK Urged by Archb4<>|> J
h \\ Hurley, the pastors throughout the iMoceiM thin month

i" art devoting special' efforts t
.ii vocations to the I'rf athord.

The_entire ,hot...... prayed for this intention of Pope
eiplained the Sisters' Paul VI on Gale
." '.n. : ( ., rrwy. May 2. KhejherdHundsy pr.,.,., "tmff and desires,
,. _- The first warning of pntMM twice with lest, and IM.lesaws -
The father had|
:rtit .* etafwatirm, else said DM .orld'linty Catholics to asked pray with u.lu".1 l charity.
at noon April 2*. from
off fetal of the US. emt fir vocations on the day "We profoundly trust that
a. he designated. as \ixatwnftunday : from the generous ranks of
"yMy May 2 tatholtot Ihreughout theworld
I 30 p m., w. were soy
la letter to ltlus Cardinal
that the [Jom.illiranft.rMlltfIl pp she ourselves mindful
would M loogtr Piusrdo, prefect of the of this grave ditty and rtspon

aMe to guarantee protec- congregation seminaries sibtlily sad united with ui in
and utlhnltlt., and lki. this. anxiety. nlkord.ant andfervent
for lMpee and
is.. ,... ,- prop
brandu Cardinal Antunlutti, prlrtiMM will rue,
.f Amerlrass, she etpunted par
prefect of the ngrtgation ofreigdwe UcuUrty 011 Ihis t day Gt

r. The embatty first urgH tile "'. esprtssedwith prayer. to implore Jews .

........... to report wHh a satr.fartsmt IIIe Swat' far an inrrese in vmstlonsID
| ..dlOt swtesMi to tile later- worldwide oba.nanr, of \.- the Frmttwod end rtllgwu -
cstinn Sunday last year lie. isle."tie .
.tual _ss4r) >r lintel by
last he hoped t>i. srAdwMtd
s m April V Itat later it
be al.. fur
s complete sureeti"Tt hop. prayer
..**at the rep> 1isg bow up > meal a,.M. r.w<. atirtollir |m,"flng ....n..I'lfat. and

N -:_. 1 I smAnwrw.so < HIMM sad. saber.cis | ss.l rtltfiMX VM.* a..J.Unr. 11 Ike privileged
tease. IIM hasty Yelper wrote. whom f....! rail M that, dorlto
Mli.*.<. rrwwiled .larfu ..
North Carolina II i....iij| ,fetter M IM MeU aid pcrs.s.rlsg' she T may re-
prelate in .. ....... solaced U* pnsss
U o CsMMik sad .......1'IAflehl1.1 spud U the' .tWlf.bW sad sufirttn -
.MM. tagged Slain liggage
) &of .... whale weld.demand. .
) gill
Bishop> i t r.a .'; spoke at the cusg; : ISIMH Ud .. sIIero die pru/Wmd shady WUs

liiaryuf u.e:i i I'ns, rae f ialrlgh N..rn "n Tuesday at Church ... astute sad .**!. lot SJ>.s.l.t4 clause "We eMnatt the e wishes
CarolitMi. arrival at McCoy airjmrt thatweek .a COM BMM. ass *.W terrwytsg .kmwsfleopite and avfs M UN. Must Holy
IM r.... rire "it deserves U tw "rMe4 .. Virgin I !that she might
on DM Way to Too* Bseli to b* Vie* F Start, rig*.
I .i*>K <*ntnt the *va> u* neat .", .., alt usherecees trwutfwn' ttw'Ith her
a I'1I"t.t th* M Au(1 ."* Council of Xiul moderator of the .
prflad. fitter (,uIU..lmll'.J. with ,...118' ef.rt.II moOterly and powerful !Inter
Lam; Women The Bishop. who Tbe s i''N" the stall at Itwtvtttul .. huh sage iimtttt. the sMlalace *f ,:tsswa '


-, r Two The Florid Catholic, Friday, May 7, )1065

Florida l Reports ..ri

I DCCW corner I I

St Petersburg Ormond BeachST. Jacksonville

ST. JOHN BRENDANA ALL SAINTS .. ____ _h_ ______ .....
of recollection JuneS yilis weeK our eyes were ,
day ,
last week the Mrs. Louis E. Joos
Beginning past
9 ..m, to 4 p.m., for all the turned to Cocoa Beach Mrs.
Sunday; Mans schedule at St. diocesan board member, Installed James
women of the parish will be where the 35th annual convention
John Church was changed to new officers of the All 1' + Usher,
given by Father Neil A. Sager eA 1 of the St Augustine
7 8.30 10 and 11:30: am. Saints Home Auxiliary duringthe
and Father Joseph F. Daley.
Diocesan Council of
eighth birthday ,
i J
ST JOSEPH The day will be sponsored by
will Catholic Women was
party recently. Serving
The Women's Guild of St. St.. Christopher Circle. Lunch
be Mrs Robert 0, McQill, Mrs. Arthur T. Snyder and
held their in- will be For further 4 president
Josrph) ; parish provided. r
president Mrs. J. A. Morrow
; her committee: did a superb
stallatlon of officers recently. information, please call Mrs ,
Assuming their duties for the Joseph J. MiEnroy, OTT-8170. John first G.vice Regan president, second; Mrs vice t job !In miking all the arrangements .sv\.ili

coming year are Mrs. Sofa School registration for students for our comfort
Oden. Mrs. through president; Mrs. Dan Bergs, Words are not adequate to
man F. president; kindergarten Mrs. i''d and convenience.To .
Thomas Young, vice-presi seventh grades will be from secretary! express our appreciation to
E, Sullivan Jr. all the women in the
Henry cor
dl'ntIrs.! Hubert to 8 7 Father Michael V. Gannon,
; Hayden, 3 p.m., Friday, May ,
responding and Cocoa Beach area have
secretary; director of the Mission of
corresponding secretary; and from 10 a.m. to noon, Sat
bits John J. treas given so generously of their
Nombre de DioJ and
Mrs. John Webb, recording urday, May 8. Please bring 1 know nationally
time want
M acclaimed author, for
secretary; u HarryKagan baptismal certificates. ,
how much efforts
treasurer; and Mrs. A rummage sale sponsoredby ASSUMPTION very your his advice and counsel in our

Sydney; Curtis, parliamentarian the Women's Club will be Monsignor Harold F. Jor ti ,, a on our behalf are appreciated. attempt to relive the colorful

; Father John Murphy in held May 13,14 and IS at the dan, pastor of Assumption To Father Herlihy, our host history of the first settlement

stalled the officers. Halifax Shopping Center. Church, congratulated the pastor, and Ms fellow Priests in our nation.

I'lcasc bring whatever you women of his parish for their who enisled committees In This convention was honored

MaitlandST have to Mrs. Michael Gill, work in the parish Guild. The this tremendous undertaking, to have as our very special .

MARY MAGDALEN 1415 John Anderson Drive women of the Guild recently Lead women of Sarasota Guild we ewe a deep debt et grati guest, M t.. Marcus

School registration for children (side entrance). Your help is installed their new officer tude. Kllch, the national presidentof
who are presently enrolled needed. for this year; Mri. C, C, Father Joseph P. Moran, pastor of Vincent Mercad&nte, first vice-preei the National Council of

at St. Mary Magdalen Holy( Name Sunday Is May ewis Jr., president,' Mrs. Our Lady Queen of Martyrs parish, dent j Father Moran; standing, Mn. To all of those who workedso Catholic Women, whose

School and for first graders 9. AU the men of the parishare Edward Towey, first vice* Sarasota, Is pictured with the newly Dominic Barnabel, treasurer; Mrs, diligently in preparing charm and vivacious personality

whose parents now have children urged to receive Holy president; Mrs. William Ma elected officers of his pariah Guild. John Gilbert, recording secretary; and their affiliation histories for has endeared her to all

in the school will take Communion together at the loney, second vice-president; Seated, from left, are Mrs. George Mrs. Calvin Lallurd, president, at the that display the, we Diocese want Is you richer to know for those who have had the good

place on Saturday, May 8 9 a.m. Mass Mrs. Edmond O'Neill, sccre Abraham, second vlce-prealdcat; Mrs. microphone.St. efforts and fortune to meet her.
from 1 to 5 p.m. Registration tary; and Mrs. William J. your generations Our diocesan convention lathe
SeminoleBLESSED to will thank
for children who attend other Barrett treasurer. come you. Alpha and the Omega of

parochial and public schools SACRAMENTA for the meeting Her talk, our organizational year
will take place on Saturday, card party, sponsored by SACRED HEART "The privilege of Augustine the time when
the Blessed Sacrament Altar Mrs. Arthur Richman was serving, Miss Mary Dixon namedfor It is we,
May 15 from 1 to 5 p.m. First was enlightening. ST JOSEPH ACADEMY who have worked together to
elected to
and will be serve as president
Rosary Society,
grade students are requiredto An installation Thomas Pomar, presidentof mission
banquet for fulfill our apostolic
held on May 14 at the social of the Women's Guild of Sacred
have their birth certificates the new officers and circle the St. Joseph Academy ,
St. Petersburg office during the year just past
Heart It the
hall at 7 Donation is one parish April
before be p.m. Alumni Association has
they can registered. chairman will be held at the requested give an accounting of whatwe
Delegates to the t4omen'aconvcntion dollar and guests are askedto meeting. that all members of
May 25 Guild meeting at 6:30: _. have accomplished. It is
bring/ their own cards. Selected to serve the coming ST. rtTtRS CRe-Fathu
at Cocoa Dcach, at the Association make a special when
p.m. Sty's Restaurant on also the time our suecesiors -
were Mrs. Robert Bush, president Installation of the new officers year with Mrs. Richmanare Blanding Boulevard. Reserva effort to attend the annual John J. Lenihan, executive gather the Worms
of the Mothers' Mrs. Fred Wltherell first
Club ,
and Mrs. Carl Warren, tions can be made with Mrs. meeting on May 23. The secretary of the diocesan tion they will need to execute
held In the Blessed Sacrament Mrs. Richard
was vice-president;
,president, St. Mary Mag Earl Bauer, installation day's events will begin with ahead
Church and was followed Lane, second vlce-president; chair Board of Catholic Chsrlties, their duties in the year
dalen Women's
Guild. at Car Mrs. Joseph Reed, recording man; or, Mrs. Robert Head, Mass at the Cathedral Lyceum has appointed Miss Mary DliKTiaa .
First Holy Communion Sunday by a banquet teservatlon chairman. Mrs. at t I m. The home Dixon executive la his messsge to the
sons Restaurant. The Club secretary; Mrs. Walter Dud- as secretary ef Catholic
is May IS at Council
the 8:30: coming breaklast will follow
George Coyle will be the installation
of the St Petersburg regional
Mass. First communion veils, has adopted a sister parish zik, corresponding secretary} officer at the Academy, Women en the eve ef this

eels, and ties are available in Nassau also named Blessed and Mrs. Eugene Anderson, Mrs Walter Dudzik Reservations and dues of office. She is the successor ;gathering, Ills Grace, Archblihop -
a long to the position held by Miss
In the school office from 9 Sacrament and is providingused treasurer. time I member of Sacred two dollars should be made Joseph P. Hurley, expif -
Mary Connell, retiremart
a.m. to 3 p.m., during this clothing, books, writing Mrs George Coyle of St. Heart parish and Guild was with Miss Margo Mler, P.O. was announced last iurd the hope and desire
and such for the Matthew In Jackson
materials parish
these words
week. voted the "Worker of the Box 865, St. Augustine no week of all us
school children. villa was the guest speaker
Siesta Key Year" award by the Guild later than May 1. Miss Dixon received her i ,; "The Dloceae looks forward

MICHAEL THE ARCHANGEL: members EnglewoodST. bachelor of science degree with great expectations to
and master of social work degree 1e the Annual Convention of the

The ladies of St. btlchael'aCulid $T. PAUL:: ,,
RAPHAELNewly : from St. Louis University Diocesan Council of Catholic

will receive a report of e r Installation luncheon for ;,
a r elected officers of St. Louis, Missouri. Women as a triduum of
the annual convention of the new officers of the Altar and olsr rs
the St. Raphael Altar !Society prayer and study, of wise
St Augustine Council of CaN Rosary Society, the Women'sGuild
!; She ties worked la the
olic Women, held in Cocoa M and the Parent's Auxiliary were Installed at I luncheon se- ,,+.. d/R d11 resolutions for the benefit of

Dcach. Mrs. Louis P, Cardanl! will be held on May 13 recently: Mrs. Edward Han Church and State, and of

and Mrs. Mile)' J. McMillan, at noon at the Abood's Steer son, president) Mrs. Thomas Tarpon Spring friendly social and cultural
delegate and alternate, respectively J Room In Jacksonville Monsl P; d m 0 n d \'Icepl'uldent; IGNATIUS Mary Dixon exchange I am sure that the

will give the report gnat Patrick E, Nolan V.F. kin Thorns Drum, secretary historic events which we commemorate

on Monday, May 10 at will be guest speaker, ; and Mrs. John Robinson The Women's Guild of St. slat welfare field (for the past this year will find
treasurer, Ignatius parish Is sponsoringa their In the epic
1:30: m. at the home of bin
": dance at the Elks Club on II yean. She specializes In deeds of our women during
Don A. Carlson, 830 Siesta
::1 :1 LMiburg I. A orchestra child welfare work and family
Drive, Bay Island. //.I.I1 ST. JOSEPHThe May seven piece this new age of spiritual discovery
I r /t. ST. PAUL will furnish the music for eeusseliBf. ,"
St. Joseph Parent-
i the evening beginning at 8 We are all ,'el'1luteM to
The activities of the Holy
." l I allsrsltttt"er :, Teacher Club presented p.m. Tickets may be obtained The Catholic Charities Bureau
Archbishop Hurley expressing
Name of St Paul
St. Petersburg "Stirs on Parade; An enjoyable ) Society par
from the committee members !Is a member of the local
his confidence in us,
ish have been set for this
Books for evening was had by all
librarySacred or at the door. The commit
who attended. The program year and these committee United Fund and gives services the Catholic women of the
chairmen were also amlgnedi tee planning the dance are In five counties. The Diocese, and I am confident
was directed by Pa
Joseph *
Heart School' library has received a Mrl. Norman Cullen Mrs.
DANIEL T. WINTER 1 CO. lane who also sang several St. Vincent de Paul, Joe Voll agency's program Is geared that each ofI, in her own
substantial first Father James F Mrs.
gift from Joseph Blsalllon, II.
will do her best
numbers Mrs. Catharine mer; Tobias sick and vigil, way very
Hoipilal School Bonds4aFloriiMhiitreBdg. to services for foster
Glocklcr the Pinellas Park Arkwrlght, Mrs. William care:
pastor during be
par. clo assisted the musical direc Daniel O'Connor; white ale worthy of !It.
lah campaign to raise the $0000 act as a goal for tion. pliant Joe Vollmer and Nick Coyer, Mrs. Dorothy Mullen adoption; family counseling At always,

St. Petersburg books. Assisting are, from left, Mrs. George Several of the highlights of Csstelll; ways and means, and Miss Valerie BailnskL and services to the aged Sis LatherY

Phone 842-0381 Carter, Mrs. Joseph McGuirk, Mrs. Paul Plnard the evening were Mrs. June John Simons, Jim Seng and ?

and Mrs Joseph Novak. Daniels, Mrs. Alma Phillips, Mike O'Raw; booster club,

Santa CliO, Mrs. Linda Ban Leonard Huber and Henry

Edouard C. Craig Pmellat Park rla, and Charles Barretto. Donovan; junior )Holy( Name,

ALPINE SACRED HEART The Ybor City Boys Club John Doerr and Dick Cosn;
Cenfrsctor and Dlihtbutor Rumba Band played several publicity, Ken Kay; blood
for Tho all: raw Nursing Home Work is well under way for number bank, Jim Rlordan, and flitter
for the ( establishing a library at therecentlycompleted
Viler' Metal", Ceramfa inert In Nursing Newly elected officers of program, Steve Brenner.
Home Cars the Name Mr. Huber, president ex
and Holy Society
Mosaic Tiles areas
Heart School. It Is the aim of ,
!Il-14th St. 5.. S4T-1101 847457JJ4S4 Father James F. Gloekler to follows: Tony Aguano, pressed his appreciation for
2lit Ave South have this president; Rogue Santa Crui, the wonderful cooperation accorded
program completed vice.president; Steve Bar him In his new office,
at the earliest date
possible sera, secroluy treasurer yet reminded all\ present that j
and ha will give all the time i
Holy Name Church and Henry Webster, marshal. theirs was a joint reiponsl irs
possible to fulfill the goal r
In h
fclllty making any project/ ,
1St . JACKSON'SSHOES Many parents are enthusiastic EPIPHANY 118 matter how small, a complete j .

over the prospect of Mrs. Frances McDermott. success

having a school library established president of the Ladies Guild "Further." he continued,

for their children, and of Epiphany of Our Lord par. "by example to our fellow

/ DON BARDELIA are therefore making a determined ish has announced that the parishioners, and in particular

Petariburf4e4Sfth Manager effort to raise the Guild presented gins for the to the youth of our

$6000.00 required. convent to the Benedictine church: we set a pattern that
Street, North I Ml Central Ave, !'U.USS I Sisters who staff the parish will aid the church as it 3

Sarasota Ie hool. grows within the community.

__ u___ INCARNATIONThe New officers of the Guild ." r :
HOLY LAND OME-J.rusal-C.ir. will be Installed at the Peter Father Keith Symons voiced "" .
'your ..r
Ave Marla Guild of Incarnation own Udyirt
Pan Restaurant
Nnenth-hbltine on May 12 at his sincere thanks for the
> I I096. F.timi -Zurich -Spain; Church, Sarasota, 7 p.m. Father Philip A. Bar past efforts of the Holy Name

,.l>l..,\., It It !>.,. I....rl, ilrilU IrMi.. elected their new officers for deck will Install the officers. Society and expressed the 54,282
...uss.411UR1h. 1'IU'JLII'II: !, lrc.' the coming term at an April Father John X. Llnnehan of utmost confidence that the

II* t...,.. ,.*..... ..\... ......t. meeting Newly elected officers Most Holy Redeemer Church new board would continue to

are'' Mrs. John Petrllli Tampa, will be guest speaker achieve the goals set forth. SQUARE MILES
president; kits Marguerite

ROBINSON INSURANCE AGENCYJOHN Meier, first vice-president: _
Mrs. Louis J. Juhasz, second OF FUN!

H. RAFFTERY vice.president; Mrs. Harold rr .

3111 Canted! Ave. TtUphene Squier recording secretary;
Mrs. John McAvena. corresponding P. w y'h
St. leterlburq Io2-2l48 secretary; Miss DreValentinl

treasurer; Mrs. Anthony IfyOUhaYmtaxplcrsdallofllof.r: : : : .:::.r;:::| \f .. ....

Banks, parliaments ida-thb )'Ml'. the time to start HJiKH.

J. Lie liltirdPruidtnt Ian; and Mrs. Joseph Nutto, 1 It4t r TharYs plenty of room plenty of H VCatholic M
historian. opportunity for bIt racaUoa .u.
pleas ;,
The Installation took place r tin right her la your own Sun- : .w W
on April 20 at the Forest Lake
IE tirY shin States And what's more, -
Country Club. Mrs. Max Bender .
-_ a MIII a member of the Guild ta youTl make your racatioa bud,., i ;, w

OtaY uT. and newly elected presidentof ,,Ust..wbsa you tee Florida flftt

e 1.1s coos the Southwest Coast Deanery : xr /
Installed the women. Fa .
/r. e1LlU\t\n hlre1N i'i't'UY
il,,, A,,, YII I/, "II If ther John >' Lima M.M. was r< w't
unu ln, ,,,, lur/ \, ale, eunre guest speaker. +

Lend 0' Lakes i MOAt...LAY lns
iuio it
a ntVU vocaUant \ ;+ 1
ry !}
Cameo Dining Room Officers of the Holy Name ritcomeuinomoAunoiurs: .
Gifts for convent '
R.WI4Ne: ...
of Our Lady of the
\ ....1.. Society j Asad.wwraue.tit.wsY.de; ;,,
O EDWARD JAMES Rosary Mission were elected Mrs Frances McDermott, president ef tie 0utA CH jr-MKn N MJJ "" 16ce,,,
HOTEL: recently to serve for the coming TOOATt
Epiphany of Our Lord Guild In Tampa enU
hIldNfNr. ?..I ...).... c...,. u1 year: John Rice, pmi- prr
c\la.. .l....h dent John Lamb, vlce-pml!* the pastor, Father Phillip( A. Bardeck OSS.R.
k.ll.l.-. tk.rM-4 ..4 .f.IU-l. eIU.. dent; William Rhodes, secretary with gifts for the Sisters of St. Benedict who staff .
sal miMAK, ru. .
> .
1170 Cult Blfd.Troiar* IiUnd MI-SMI treasurer: and Job the new parish school The members girt; presents 1t/11/A iOtr1A a lllAg' t1IIfti /

Grieshop, marshal. to help furnish the convent assnnru 'U'I' .

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The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 7, 1965

Church has no freedom in Says increase in

' Prayer of the faithful fills schools'support

I Cuba today, Priest says

role of entreaty at Mass meets challenge
SAN DIEGO: (NC) -The former rector of a Cuban

The Florida Catholic Catholic university has said here that religious freedom NEW; PORK (NC-Catho.)
la pleased to publish another when God'i people want, te la
a myth
today. lies should not lose their
in the
aeries on the new petition Him for the
liturgy. The columnist things l
guest "
this week is Father Patrick they need. Mtk1 "Religious Instruction publicly is forbidden said Father nerve and back down from
I A. Quinn a member John
of the diocesan Liturgical Commission. Father The liturgy does not allow J. Kelly OSA "Catholic churches serve as their commitment to Catholic

who teaches at Bishop Barry High School Quinn, selfish or silly petitions but it warehouse and militia barracks. Priests live under the schools at this time becauseall
in St.
constant threat of
is an assistant at Sacred Heart recognizes those that are for prison or expulsion and services! are the signs are good despite
pariah in Pinellaa
the good of the Church. While permitted under most limit-
raric. tie was ordained on ? ter.f Catholic... InlrlWImlea .. .. charges of critics, a Sister-
the of the - --
June 18, 1961, in Waterford lows prayer for variations faithful, these al rnnuiuuns life, was a prime target from educator said here.Sister .
Ireland. Father Kelly was rector of the beginning Mary Emil, president
must always be in the
the University Villanueva of Mary grove College
"ESPECIALLY on Sundays of the liturgy.It in Havana from the Urn it He said the I1(\ seizure of Detroit, and a founder of the

s-i and feasts of obligation r ,, Father is true to say, the prayerof was founded in 19-W by American the university culminated a Sister Formation Movement

there is to be re Pltrltll A. the faithful does grow from Augustmians as Cuba's "w ar of attrition" that extended spoke' (April 23)) to the 62nd

stored after the Gospel and prayers that have been said first private university. The over more than two years. annual convention of the National
the homily the 'Common Quinn in almost every parish at the university was taken over by lie noted that the government Catholic Educational
time of the reading of the even took the university
Prayer' or the prayer of the the government of Fidel Castro over Association/
faithful. By this in Gospel In English. Prayerswere In May, 11 chapel, which Is now
which the often offered at that The Priest said in an Interview being used as a storehouse "We are In a crisis of
people art to take
time for the sick and "'
especially nerve, said Sinter
When other Mary
part, intercession will be that the Church In Cuba measures
made for holy Church, for the emission of these Is tt make for the deceased mem has been "muzzled" by repressive against the Church failed Father Emil:

oppressed the faithful will of bazaarKey The challenge to Catholic
faithful replacethese. Urge patronage
by various needs for of about M per cent tro regime In 1961 resorted to
schools from critics within
all mankind and for of the clergy and almost all the forced deportation' of foreign
of the the salvation This prayer of the faithful It should also take the placeof figures In the planning of the big bazaarto Sisters and Brothers Priests. the Church Is a byproduct of
entire world.
clearly fills\ a need of the prayers commonly said benefit the Pope John XXIII call for
Bishop Kenny High School in Jack "Castro's communists
These words taken from At he said Cuba are
Church The Mass is aboveall present, ,
after Mass new in
such the Church
as maturity ,
prayersfor onville are James Durant IV, left, Mrs ThomasKenna subtle and sly, he comment.
paragraph 53 of the Second the praise of God through vocations for and has :220! Priests to terse sevenmillion she said
Vatican Council's peace and John p Dattoli. Mr. Durant ed. "They Int no heroes and
Constitutionon is nominal Catholics
Christ. Yet it is also a time for the conversion of Russia. a member But she added "Sometimesone
the Sacred Liturgy! put before of the faculty and the others are parents of scattered over an area larger no martyrs among the clergy ;

us a prayer that was Lists liturgical This prayer of the faithful Kenny students who are Joined with the entire than Pennsylvania\ They art or"Tht religious follows is tempted the Catholic to think as ont
once a part of every Mass. which formerly was In general school in urging in Jacksonville "permitted to function inside tactic was to make It press
everyone to
come and the
This prayer in a somewhatextended practice throughout the their churches" h. added, illegal for them, foreigner, pronouncements
to the bazaar for Mothers' Day dinner and to to be I In, our men and
Cuba angry
decrees approved When' this legal young
Is vital
form has been used year now a part of "only as long as nothing Is
on Good Friday for some the Mass tn Sundays and stay for all the events planned during the aClt'r.noon said or done contrary to the force did not work, then physical our angry young women In

time. VATICAN1 ('ITSC( ) holy days In many parishes. of May 9. oppression of human rights brute force was used to and out of the clergy. in and

The Council orders It restored The postconciliar Commission by Ca tro's Red regime." bodily expel even Cuban, out of the ranks of Religious,
and cites St. Paul in for Implementation of th, Much latitude is left to the Jacksonville ever held In Jacksonville, Priests and religious, such as that the price of a new maturity

support of its action: "I urge Constitution on the Liturgyhas pastor. Minimal guidelines BISHOP/ KENNY "\\'. know a, can succeed Reviewing the progressive auxiliary Bishop Eduardo is apparently a second
for this were given in expression of the 'hurra. In Hois Masvldal of adolescence
issued 197 decrees since'l prayer Havana,
therefore, first of aU, that Monsignor Mortimer Danaher Monsignor Danaher said
supplications intercessions it was established a little overa the September 28, 1964. instruction Tuba, Father Kelly said VII- who were all accused of coun "Catholic education has
prayers invites all residents of
and thanksgivings be year ago of the Commission Jacksonville lanueva I'nlverslty, as a rca revolutionary tlvitiri"" never had better prepared
to attend the St. Vincent
for the implementation of the "Catholics art much moved teachers or better founded
made for all men, for kings The decisions, mostly approvals Constitution. It Is up to the Bishop Kenny bazaar on May by the histories of the hopes of still
persecutions more competent
and for all in high positions tf liturgical changes 9 Activities have b. e n Nursing School Cardinal asks end "
that lead and pastor to prevent the prayer of the early Church, leathers to come: we have
we a
may quiet decided ta by Bishops' conferences of the faithful from becoming planned for all ages JUKSONlIJKdinner: Father Kelly remarked. "It never operated In such a climate
lift in all and
peaceful piety !I. various parts of a mechanical of A Mercury spacecraft will to 'patronato'Bn / Is to be
worthy behavior." ((1 Tim. repetition honoring the graduating class greatly hoped that of parental demand for
the world, are recorded la a stock It is to him be on display! The Navy has to
212). ) phrases up of St Vincent's School of they begin realize that the what" have to offer for the
booklet issued here to make it meaningful and Inspiring set up a display of its equipment Nursing was given recently : AIRES (NT-An-) present persecution of the first time at least In pill

The Psalm 4S has beta The commission began a for the people each and men, an added |Los in the Redwood Banquet tonio Cardinal Cagglano of Church In Cuba and In all taking history, a majority of

emitted, she the last Gospel weeklong aeries of meetingson week sibility Is a helicopter bring Room at the Green Turtle Huenos Aires has called (oran communist countries has been our fellow citizens have indicated

and the Leonine prayers The further changes the public b ing a commanding officer Guests of honor were the 311 end In Argentina" to thesOIIIl'd and Is more widespread and their 1 belief In the

shortening tf the Mass by the worship of the Church. Pope cites duty of and his wife to dinner and senior class nursing students "patronato, 'A hlchIh'el Intensive by far than the persecution necessity of assisting us with
landing on the school grounds. this country's government of the the burden
Among the topics up for discussion and their faculty members. early Church. of school finance
JACKSONVILLESTIAKS in worlel'ATICAS The Marines will invade a voice In the appoint ," she said
at this fifth laymen
Joseph Mr\f\\ lit
merit of Bishops to Argen
the commission were calendar the property tt two o'clock C.SSR., assistant of Cuban Reds plan "For us to lost our nerve
\ CITY (I1CI) and "even the Navy will been'lous pastor tlnian sees.Argentina.
now when hive
reform, the choice of we already
Holy Rosary parish was the like number
Pop Paul M has reiterated because
the Marines
CIEARYCONSTRUCTION Biblical and patristic passages done the hardest part Of the
guest speaker father MeIfetlll. 'work week'
of other Latin American n.lions to
the challenge to of
laymen art from the "
CO. to be Incorporated In coming sea, spoke "Tht Kelttloiuhlp Job would bt disastrous, lie.ter
on has claimed the "pa.
Catholic action to "carry sponsors say. Two movies
.f''.0' ""0. C ru' ......n the Divine Office, and hymns Christian testimony Into will be shown of the :lone to the tronato," or law of patronage, offset Week Mary Emil said
: one, a surfing Holy
... __ and responses and other suggested .
A a..1 a.a Spiritual Nerds of the Patient as a heritage from the Span
thou walks of lift where a mole and the other, the Inside
714.455t books. changes for liturgical Priest generally can penetrate story of the Gemini ," Uh rulers of colonial times MUMI (.NO-Kldel) Clio JACKSONVILLEAtlintlt

The new booklet, made only rarely or superficially. night Other guests were Father In recent years churchmenIn tro, Cuba's communist leader,
John J, Burnt, who the several countries have
Theft will be a zoo of Is planning to eliminate Holy
available the Vatican Publishing
by Addressing a gathering of Invocation, and CommanderJohn called for an end to the law
House (April 27)), rovers Italian (atholle action lead small animals, pony rides A Aburewlct. It was abolished Venezuela Week on the predominantly I Monument c.,
I D A B'0 ::1 in fashion thcommission's and tram rIdes. A boat will a chaplain Catholic Island according to
summary ers holding their annual meeting In loot
Ironi Gnnit Mirblot.
In the Navy, who offered radio reports from IIn *'- *-
fIlTZLPSn003 decrees confirming In Rome, Pope Paul Bald: travel up and down the !St. Benediction of the hi o 1 tBleated anamOQltor,4 *. r....M --n...
( the acts of episcopal l Johns River for persons wishing Cardinal Caiglant said the"palronalt" hrt. Ii.N.." .>...
conferences. The first was "Your apostolatt aims I to a ride. Sacrsment baa caused the Castro announced In a ,.... II..111/

that of the Bishops of the stir up in consciences the W1VY will broadcast all Following the dinner, Mist hurch much sorrow broadcast that nest year .I. .. ..... (...... ., II
Central African Republic'confirmed need for collaboration in the afternoon use from Michele Duvsl. junior class Palm Sunday will mark the
task of the president, welcomed the hon "When Christian princesand beginning of a "week of glorious
on April 26, 19(4.\ great building' up the school grounds Every A44..N.N.N4,44.4INs.44Jtas
eslkMeas, nnelue The most recent Is dated this mystical Body of Christ, ate radio station and television ored guests and introducedtoastmistress governments as patrons work' ," U was reported.
Miss Elisabeth of the Church fulfilled their
past April U. confirming th.hturlit'11 least by example of the virtues station in this area has been .
Tnt reports Indicated Cattrt's
e..1 t a.... a.. ev.e.esea. which male of each Wlkt Miss Catherine Georglannl > duty and observed ecclnlawlkal
decisions of the invited to the bauar.
b/l// pubUcut there arllaa rustledram MRwllllngnest -
senior class president, discipline, were no
Christian the
Bishops of Zambia yeast capableof tf Cuba ...pl.te .
Introduced Mill Janice Douglas difficulties/ the Cardinal I I "
leavening daily lift, Mother's day dinner will who read the class will said, work .. Holy Thursday,
the salt ,
to the lade
Compare Our Restaurant Equipment of conserve be served, It will bt a roast and Miss Margaret Hinkle "Hut because of changed Good Friday, and Holy Saturday -
t J reality beef dinner Tickets will be I I. harvesting the
who difficulties and
read the class prophecy customs, conflicts
a Financing and No Down Payment | "Your calling Is to work on $150. There will alto be hot, Therefore crops for the govern
General chairman of this multiplied. ,
s., or t..d (.,m ,._eI a.a.u ....... the mentality of your environment
I r.. e..It'. .. .1.... A... ....I... s to Influence its ways of dog stands, hamburger special event was Miss Nancy the Church chose freedom In meat

HOTEL CHINA AND GLASSWARE CO. ; .VI living and acting in such away stands, etc far those who Jtawmas who was assisted by carrying out Its mission and Castro>> was reported to>> hive

limits wean II. W, ..; ... ,..*_...... FIe that not only Individuals want quick snacks Mist t'rinulltal'r.. Presentation In governing Its Interests' said the "week of glorious
but society as a wholt becomes The goat fee the carnival II of a donation, In be. The Cardinal spoke at cert- work" will\ bt movable, coin l tiua.4tA'

what It ought to be. 13 .0I.,. The teachers, students half of the senior dais, was monies marking the looth anniversary riding with Holy Week every

according to the principles of and parents art makingan made by Miss Gtorglannl to of the promotion of year .

EftSTERMNS the social order and Christian all out effort to set that Miss Wanda Shea, editor tf the Buenos Aim set to the Refugees! recently arrived,

.. morality," this Is the greatest barest the yearbook. rank .f an archdiocese he,. said the Castro regime >.
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The Life of Our Lord Bishop Charles B. Mclaughlin

Catholic CommentThe

Jesus advanced in favor, Women have come a long wayOne

DCCW convention of the largest gather then structure of the Catholic inside our nation a softness la

with both God and men logs ever to attend a convention Church hero at St Augustine, beginning to creep into and
200 must affect the bard
S5th annual convention of the ments which have helped write the of the St. Augustine Diocesan existing for years core of
in the
THE lived there in subjection have played an Importantpart patriotism hearts of j
Council of Catholic Women great history of the Diocese of St. Au. HE to them. In those Council of Catholic and had a strong influence some of our citizens.

Is an occasion on which we would gustine.We dear distant days, it was Women assembled this weekin in the lives of the men For this nation to remain

like to pay tribute to the magnificentwork of this Diocese, are proud of normal for children to be Cocoa Beach for what who framed the Constitution great its citizens must costume

that the Council has accomplished being the bedrock of the Faith in our subject to their parents. Anything Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley of our country. to love the principlesupon

in our Diocese. nation. Our forefathers in the Faith else, indeed would Frank J. called "a triduum of prayer Our forefathers In contem which la was founded.

Every parish In the Diocese la Indebted wrote one of the truly great chaptersin have been unthinkable. Why, and of study, of wise resolutions plating our Republic were Not only the principles of

to the spirit that the Council American Catholicity. The womenof then, does St. Luke bother to SheedThe for the benefit of Church thinking of a Christian democracy politics and statesmanship
tell ? and State, and of friendly social eternal
us based upon but also the principles
has given the women of our Diocese. our Diocese, continuing in this of
One imagines two reasons.First and cultural exchange. truths and principles. As a Christ-a true patriot of this
The hours of voluntary work in greatness, are writing another great
long the author was talking One of the highlights of the nation we have always beena I land must care for the

our schools, caring for the Church, assisting chapter in the annals of Christianity.We about a child who was God, convention was the sermon God.fearing people and In spiritual well as the physical \

the pastors on all parochial salute our Diocesan Council of and one cannot lightly assume delivered on Tuesday at the framework of our Republic integrity of our country.

projects form a litany of accomplish.God' Catholic Women! that that Child wouldbe feeling that even with Archbishop Hurley's pontifical we have found the great. A true patriot seeks

obedient to parents, who St. Luke they are primarilythe Mass in the Church of est and widest expression of common good rather the
world after all owed to Him their ending of a period in Our Our Saviour, Cocoa Beach. political and religious freedom advantage. !individual
Lord's life a graceful way of true
very existence. And second The speaker was Auxiliary patriot loves his
country but
we have just been shown an saying that He will tell us no Bishop Charles B. Mclaughlin The United States ti a liv he is willing and able,

I Do realize God's ? occasion when lie had not more of the boyhood and who came here from ing proof that a nation can be render a service to the rest to

we nearness acted in subjection to them, young manhood, is strength. Raleigh North Carolina, at prosperous, that its peoplecan of mankind.

but in total independence.St. ened when we look back a the Archbishop's Invitation. be happy without either
at some to advert to the immediacy of dozen verses. For in verse subjugating
UNDOUBTEDLY Bishop McLaughlin: expressedhis religion or government In preserving the heritagesof '
God's Yet lie Is Luke is now indicating
past you presence. forty he has already said appreciation for that in. each other. both our Faith and our
have listened to a sermon i He really is, right here with how exceptional such independent something similar: "And so
vitation. His follows
I afraid
sermon : of
Despite the high rate am we are nut
along the following lines: me in this room. And it is all action was the child grew and came to .
u us fullest
Father at the
crime In our country using power the
"On the night before He of God Who is here, not justa his strength, full of wisdom, n/TAMY DAUGHTERS have
When God the Son took to
5 time, despite great, powerful weapon of
died, Jesus told Ills disciples, Leo J. trailing wisp of Him. Himself and made His own a and the grace of God rested lYl gathered together riches ever.Increasing Influence of American Christian woman

'A little while and you shall Trese The whole, complete, In- human nature, He did really upon him." ; thou hast surpassed them materialistic secularism in hood.

see me no longer; and againa finite God is with me; besideme become man: His humanitywas It looks as if Luke thoughthe all. Favor is deceitful and lives of our people, despitethe
little while and shall as I sit, in step with me beauty is vain the
: woman
you not a mask, or any sort had finished off the first of Women have come a long
see me and you shall be as I walk. lie is real, lie is of pretense. And since He had period of Our Lord's We; but who fears the Lord, she shall authority seeming and repugnance responsibility way from the time when the

sorrowful, but your sorrow alive, He is alert, knowingme chosen to be born into our afterwards learned about the be praised. by some of the young ancient Greek writer, Euripides

shall turn to joy.' loving me, trying to get nature of a human mother, Finding In the Temple, inserted Proverbs: Chapter 31. citizens of the nation we declared that one man

"In these words Jesus Is through to me. HIs childhood was not a maskor the episode, then once Verse 31. must admit that by adheringto is obviously worth more than

preparing Ills apostles for From time immemorialthis It is not humanly possiblefor a pretense either. He wasa more ended with a graceful I must acknowledge: my the fundamental Christian 10000 women. Aristotle, so
the pain they will suffer at us to be, at every moment child. His will lie We find something beloved by of
theme, appropriately expanded By own summary. deep appreciation to Ar'h.bishop principles of our Faith which many our
Ills death on the cross. They consciously attentiveto had become one of those to similar in St. John's Hurley for inviting me have been incorporated into modern intellectuals, observed
has been favorite God's
will be despondent, thinkingthat a presence. The most whom, as God lie had given Gospel where the twentieth to participate in this conven the first Constitution, America that the serfdom of
they have lost their beloved with preachers on the 3rd that we can hope for throughthe
the fourth commandment chapter seems meant to end tion.I has become a mighty nation woman among the barbarians
Master. But their grief Sunday after Easter when greater part of the day is the story, then the twenty. was exactly in accordance
feel most honored
to be with its citizens enjoying
be lived It be a subconscious awareness in So He to ] ,
will short will the "little while" extract was subject Mary first Is added and similarly with her nature. Women
able of
to standard living
but brief the midst of our activities, and but officially participatein a higher
a separation until, from John's Gospel is read. Joseph, especially to ended.
) in the pre-Christian world
the activities of the Church than anywhere else in ,
risen from the dead, Jesus is The weakness of such that "God walks with me. Joseph, because the husband
with them again.. sermon one is that, for most of a However we shall not was the head of the family, But St. Luke's phrase (like of Florida that is celebrating the world with its people enjoying with were singular evaluated i l exceptions second-,
"We, too, encounter periodsof us, it is unrealistic. We seldom achieve even this much with and this was a family-not a St. John's) Is not a mere its 400th anniversary. Whatan the greatest freedom

class human
honor to be in the same that the world has ever seen beings. difference
spiritual loneliness whenwe if ever have experiencedthe consistency unless we try mother and son, with a man formula; though the same
think that we have lost of God's periodically to establish a in the background. words could be said, probably land, to be a part of that We must acknowledge that between what was
apparent same Church that was the God has been good to ui and and what Christianity advocated
Jesus, times when God seems absence because person to-pcrson contact with have been said, of any
far Even we never He was obedient to Josephand number of saints we must cradle of Catholicism in these that we are grateful to Him is clearly seen from a
very away. thoughwe
are trying to lead a good have to paid His very presence much in attention the God.This will happen In moments to use our phrase once still ask what they mean United States some 400 years for His blessings fourth century letter of St
the obedience nota n when the
more, was ago.
life and are free from sin, we first place. of prayer when, abandoningwords mask lie here.- And, some of the religious new Christian views
or a pretense. was were
feel as if God had forgotten we bring all our not simply going through the Consider first the statement Surely, every reader of the beginnings of this nation were gaining strength and the old
us We believe that God Is power of concentration to Constitution of the Inlted right here In the State of
motions of obedience, doing that Jesus advanced in pagan ways were declming-
present everywhere of bear on the one thought, "God, States must be convincedthat Florida! for the influence' of
\\t should know that God precisely what lie was told favor both with God and with "Among us Christians on
often permits such intervals course all of Him, living and loving", because it was His duty, yet men. The Greek word used the framers of It were the early Church of St. the contrary, the belief is,

of spiritual dryness in orderto In theory we concede that Is with me here right now feeling all the time His own for "favor" is the word that motivated by the most profound Augustine must have been what is not permitted to women

purify our motives and to He has His eye upon us and Like a television camera superior wisdom (Las Is Indeed St. Paul uses for sanctifyintg religious soothes felt.I. is also forbidden to men- ,

make our service of Himself that lie is attentive to our moving in on a crowd untilit the way of lesser boys grace, and with that Christ's Christian principles, mingled suppose that If we were and the same service is also

more selfless prayers But is it not true focuses on one face in the with their fathers). It was not soul was wholly filled. But it with deep religious motives around here :5TO years from Judged by the same stand

"It would be that in practice we tend to multitude, our mind must playacting It was loving has not that meaning here, run like an electric current now we would also be conscious ard."
comparatively keep narrowing its field of obedience rich with gratitude. or in verse forty either. In

think of God as being "outthere" through the entire of dangers
to do God's many
easy will if we always vision more and more until Our Church eliminated the
both cases it seems to mean .
somewhere? framework of the Constitution
felt His closeness and threatening our revered way
God remains. At
only that double standard ef
than morality
the sweetness of His Presence It Is not God's fault that we moment our whole being Jesus advanced In wisdom favor, rather sanctify of the United States of life Today, outside of our

But our love for Godis fail to feel the intimacy of cries out (but silently) "Its with the years, and in favor ing grace Surely, the already existing nation it is communism and ON THE OFFICE, page the

at Its unselfish best whenit His presence. He Is not trying God!" both with God and with men. Verse forty shows this by
to hide Himself from us. It saying that the grace of God
seems to go'. unrecognizedby Such moments are not easy Sacred Scripture
If these was "upon" Him, not "in"111m
we came
God. is true that God may permit to come by. They require' ef- upon
words in the life of a saint, ; verse fifty.two showsit
"In such moments of desolation some saintly souls to experience fort. But there is no thrill to
we should rememberthat seasons of spiritual aridity we should assume, I think, by saying that He won
equal one such moment of God's
in reality God is not faraway Not many of us, however face lo- face confrontation that they were Just a convenient charts not only from God. help sought in psalm

He is with us still and are as yet that far advanced with God. And the effectof way of ending off the who can confer grace, but
holiness. boyhood before coming to from men who can not. In a book filled with
in His own good time will unveil in such a moment will not EVEN sign which would give him
the adult life \\ e should not What the last words of the of religious poetry his freedom.
Himself to The Is .
again bring fact that we have soon wear off It can transform
renewed comfort to our too many other things on our a day, perhaps even a feel that every word must be chapter mean is that the Boy some compositions stand out The beleaguered Jews who

hearts" mind (even when we pray) life weighed carefully by the so behaved as to please God as masterpieces" They need father sang this psalm were deeply
reader, we should not feel and men And the men He conscious of their own helplessness :
that it had been weighed carefully pleased were the people of not be dazzling and artfully Joho J. They realized that

Father Michael V. Cannon by the writer The NUIrt'thho would later wrought; they may be quite deliverance could come only!

words practically say themselves try to slay Him? simple and unaffected as is fatelotunfortunate B from "the hand of God;' sjexpression

T 1; Mission *f Nombre Oe Diescluotens at 1 least of any saint But that lay in the future. psalm 122 This little poemIs used frequently lathe

who found sanctity early For the present they liked Just four verses long, buta Bible to denote Ms,
They are almost a formula Him They did not see Him His
Ills !Intervention
pour activity,
CjReat in as when In old ballards wecome as unique, but they saw Him short prayer can often be in the affairs of
stanza excellent of the more sincere, more emotion-
upon a beginning as one creatures bad absolute men.

"When twenty years had nicest young people In the charged, more compelling power over them, controlling
Flouica catholic history than an endless litany Eagerly. .
come and gone. place. their every action as longingly, they

We hear Hods people railing they willed A gesture a snap look to Him to Intervene la

to Him for deliverancefrom of the fingers, a hand clap their behalf
Chapter t1PENALVER comprised Louisiana and the vicar general and ruled and the slave obeyed.
had left Fa Floridas would have to confirm Louisiana and the Floridas Question box a situation! which has They not only look to Him
brought them training hoe. That is why In the figure
in command Hassett in his office or until his death on April 24, in dumb appeal; they err to
initiation and burning shame used by the psalmist, ".th.ey.s .
when he took ship for else appoint a new administrator / 1804. Him, and their cry bursts

Havana in November, 1801, to serve until a new Father Walsh now assumed It Is difficult to Identify hands of servants are on the" from the depths of tortured
to accept the bulls appointing Bishop arrived. jurisdiction over the dioceseIn Outlandish notions show that situation with any sort of When a master their masters' hearts and souls:

him to Guatemala.Fatht'r Although this must !have virtue of the appointmentgiven precision. The terms of the and humane was considerate "Have pity on U'. 0 Lord<< ,

been known to Penalver as him by Penalver In ralm would suggest the the slave hIpIty on us, for we are
Patrick Walsh of could look to his
the correct canonical procedure 1801. One year later, how lack of understandingQ. frightful conditions followingthe gestures hands for more than sated with contempt
New Orleans was named assistant of kindness
his commission to Has- ever, the validity of his destruction of Jerusalemin and ; Our souls are more

administrator. sett Inadvertently appointedhim powers was challenged by Sal B. C., when the temple liberality Above all, he could than sated with the mockeryof
Mutt the Easter Holy taken I la order from the lop look forward to the day when
It is Important to note that administrator not simply the Capuchin pastor of New was gutted the people enslaved those hands the arrogant, with the contempt -
Communion be received within ef the huge stack) would make the "
for the period that Penalver Orleans of the proud.
Penalver !had authority to Father Antonio I and exiled and the

name an administrator only remained Bishop of Louisiana Sedella, and, more significantly a complete Mass I usual I converted to Catholicismsome holy land overrun by pagans

for the Interim between his but until another Bishop by the Bishop of Ha ly Communion go to an time early Miss at S years ago when 1 wasa But since there la not the M. J. Murray
departure and his canonical took possession of the see vana. Juan Jose Dill de and then attend a later receive Mass, senior in high school. I slightest allusion to this eventIn

possession of Guatemala; aft When Espada y Landa. The New graduated from a Catholic the ptalm. It probably reflects
Bishop Porro's te fulfill
appointment my Sunday obliga
er that date, the metropolitan to Louisiana was Orleans challenge eruptedinto Lion women's college I have a more general situa Strange but true

or Archbishop, of the ecclesiastical revoked, and he was' assigned schism, as Father See A. You can fulfill your obli- been particularly pleasedwith tion.
province I that delta and many of his parishioners the initiation of singingby It would be the
Instead te Taraiona anguished Copyn'flKf U4
no replacement gallon of Easter Communionby $, NCWC Nee 5.rvite
was named for openly defied FatherW'alsh's receiving outside of bless the congregation The cry of a group of pious Jews

Louisiana, which now was a authority and withdrew However, I would discourageyour only thing I missed so much who are being taunted and P ---. Tlr as dtba4Me a.e..w "-..

French possession.Responsibility their cathedral church present practice because after my conversion to Catholicism harrassed by Impious neighbors ST OBrMtYW M IMVt1A1t7A
ThtFlcridaCathoLtc from his control. it indicates a lack of was the singing by the It appears in a series + "'u. tit/drr"e Mpal.t.n M M MCA

for namingan Father Walsh appealed te complete understanding of congregation and I don't of pilgrim psalms soags Y' .

administrator therefore the Sacred Congregation of the meaning of Mast and think my husband has quite sung by faithful Israelites on

devolved upon the metropolitan Propaganda Fide la Rome te Communion. It would bemu'h gotten- over the fact that I go their way to visit the temple
or Archbishop. But who around the house often singing And
appoint someone with undisputed better for you to receive quite appropriately so,
was the metropolitan At the old Protestant hymns thatI for one of the of
jurisdiction to take hisplace Communion purposes
..... .. as a part
'.bU. rr I'M time of its erection, the diocese remember Singing seemsto those
pilgrimages was often
.. and restore order. of the Mass in which! you
fLOBIDA CATBOMO IBEM. of Louisiana was in the be such a logical to
way precisely : to beg God'shelp
participate fully from
... beginning
FO. SHI 4ISSIIIIII archdiocese of Santo Do Rome's reply was to tell to praise God. and it 1s certainlyone to be faithful in spite of
EMI C,u.l" HOrteX .. end. Receiving
.,...... HIMubttrtptkm mingo. Walsh that any jurisdiction Communion is the most vital of the loudest ways to do the raillery and contempt
In 1801, however, hat h. claimed had ceased and
In U R A. .nCn part of our participation lathe so. which faithfulness bring a
* : have
lit*. ed to form two new metropolitan been given temporarilyto we During the Latin version in psalm 123 a ready madeexpression : M'e O. 4 h.44 r' SY
Th, FlorM Catholic (. a ....,. sees Cara11't'np.( the care of Bishop John offered our gift to the Fatherthe for old war) a person'sthoughts of ra.aaorak
..r ef tile CnholK I'r.M A.*HI.. zuela and gift of His own Son- in could wander land I their senti
) de
Santiago Cuba, Carroll of Baltimore.
tlon and th 5 Nitlnnil C.thnti.warn adoration love and
penance did most of the
'onr.rn. Mwt P.nlr. and for one reason or another Unfortunately, through one v
B >i>i.r and Mtrtin, p,, ".h..* Louisiana and the of the Inadvertencies that thanksgiving; the Father time) but not anymore Te you I lift .p ray eyes < Qetdarn,
rprr.nt>tlv*. Slit..... .. ,,,'and pleased with our gift sends The Mass is today as it wb
Floridas are enthrvoH tc beaten.
included within seemed
., were to characterize this
elw "nil und.r th Act of lira
the Son
back to us, to join us should be and Christ Intended
I. 11 U. neither one. case, Bishop Carroll himselfwas as Beheld as the eyes el serve
advised that only the in a banquet jf love. it to be' a full participation ants are eu the hands el their
Father Hassett was left Now that we need fast for by all ,' ,vim aaWO'tM
province of Louisiana by present raisingtheir mailer. 50 are Mr eyes dr
with BO alteratives. only one hour before Communion voices in public acclaim ea the lard ear God. till he
rtbr 'I.... .. 'a"!'" this time a United States possession
Eltcutlv. trios After several abortive attempts ) came under his rule; there should be no to adore the Blessed Trinity have pity .a I.*

Editor I HIM a... 0.!.. to obtain a clear ruling nothing was said to him about for good that reason-wept early Communion habit- I find the changes in the In ancient times slaverywas
on the duration of his that of the diocese
M >k A. 1.11.1. part of Mass rewarding and
very aa
Why not break the habit accepted part of the
A*>*rtU n( lUiUfMOr powers and with little confidence Louisiana that was under challenging There are social and economic struc
*.orf e. l.rN.<< ". that he had canonical Spanish rule. Thus. East and (Here are more etcerpt times when we whisper our lure Powerful JJ.A "c or Sf HAAI'd
grounds for retaining the jurisdiction. West Florida continued to from )letters I have received praises to God but we can Rome for Instance lid ., .....STeCi.asr.M.>q..y w...0.wx.. 'MIVS'"wt'i.a..ral n.7Mf.

Friday, May 7, 19(5 Hassett nonetheless languish without firm episcopal about rhaoges l h the liturgy. now also lift up our voices more sla\ < than free c!tite > ...r.aar. --.rr... ---_.-.. '*ea..nw.tueA

continued In his office of control. They are Bet selected; simply in our praise to Hun. .S. The r: asters of theM e+lPSSS' *e tto.re. aari ?"ierr

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; Mclaughlin Fir Xba norlda+ Catholic, Friday, May 7. l00s

I On the office of womankind Mass guideSUNDAY

CMtli..4 fern .... f..rand > May 8
because she can fly an airplane It Is progress In hating that 3rd Sunday after Easter

put women on an equal like a man. which Is evil, and cleaving to (Mass of Sunday, Gloria.
footing with men. We are asked to believe that which is good. Creed. Preface of Easter )

I' that the modern woman Is, at It Is uphill work, slow and MONDAY, May 10
St. Paul say: "There is long last, emancipated because
Mass of
tedious. It Is the work of St. Antoninus. ( a
'either Jew nor Greek; there she may now have a ,
\ Gloria
spiritual formation which lit'mln' confessor Bishop, I ,
i neither slave nor free men; cocktail at the local tavern
soul for the management 2nd Prayer of Sts. Gordian
ter. is neither male nor f. and hear a vulgar story
and direction of the and Epimachus, Preface
iale. For you are all one in 'without blushing. terrifying powers which are Easter.)

hrlst Jesus." (Galatians,, Now, although every fieldof now in his hands. By God's TUESDAY, May 11

Chapters, 28th verse.) human endeavor 'which will, the Influence of woman Sts. Philip and James,
Not only did the Church does not warp or degrade the Is the basic Influence In the apostles. (Mass of feast

teach woman her equality soul of a woman is open to sphere of progress and It Gloria, Creed Preface of
with man before God but she her still it must be
remembered ought to be the most power Apostles.)
also taught her to exercise a that the masculine is WEDNESDAY, May 11

definite power of leadership. not the only approach to a ful.It Sts. Nereus, Achilles and
St Jerome tells us that a job, to recreation, or to the should not be too difficult companlons. martyrs

Christian woman's greatest solution of social economicor to understand that the e teu (Mass of feast, Gloria Preface .
character of is formedby ,
i distinction Is her power to political problems.The man r of Easter.)
check the base, animal instincts the touch of woman THURSDAY, May IS
of men, to soften the male Is, after all only There Is a special significance St. Robert Bellarmlne.
half of the human race Woman to the fact that Almighty -
cruel attacks of the world'sgreed (Mass of a doctor, Gloria,
Is, by God's will, different God chose the spot
passion's selfish. Preface of Easter.)
from man, and she mast less virgin to be the motherof
the souls of
ness on men. FRIDAY, May U
exercise her womanly gifts la our Divine Saviour.
(Mass of Sunday.
Her great work quite apart a womanly way If she Is to If woman Is wanting In refinement Gloria, 2nd Prayer of St.

from the vocation she may make any distinctive or where shall man Boniface, Preface of Easter

pursue Is to pre an Insplr- valuable contribution to fci- learn good manners? If woman V+. r or, east of St. Boni
Ing example I of moral man welfare Is not strict about Christian 4A I face Mass of one martyrIn

achievement: to march for. Not by aping the masculine modesty, how shall man Paschaltlme Gloria 1 1 ,

ward seeking the reallxatlon methods but by strengthening respect Christian purity? Preface of Easter)

of great Ideals, seeking Justice and deepening all her essentially If the women of this nationdo Women at convention hear Bishop Mclaughlin SATURDAY May 1J
and righteousness In
feminine prerogatives St. John Baptist de la Sail*.
God, and to bring others will woman give human not Instill Into the menthe Homemakers of the Diocese of Our Saviour on Tuesday morning. the M,... The honorary deaconsare (Mass of a confessor not a
love of God the
forward as sh. goes. society what she alone of Ills authority, the St. Augustine in convention at The Archbishop, seated above, presented Father Nell A. Sager center, Bishop, Gloria, Preface of

In her presence, man can contribute, warmth sense ef responsibility to our Cocoa Beach thla week, attended Bishop Charles McLaughlin, and Father Diego Conesa Easter.)

recognizes his debtor. Over charm tenderness, refine fellow man and the need for Mass, offered by Archbishop Jo- auxiliary Bishop of Raleigh North SUNDAY May IS

him she exercises a subtle ment. developing virtue la life, how aeph P. Hurley In the Church of Carolina to give the sermon at 4th Sunday after Easter
Progress, It has been said.Is be tolove Mass of Easter Gloria.
spiritual somehow caa our mea expected
Creed. Preface of Easter.)
movement limited in two ,
akin to the spiritual influence cur natloa and support
exercised by the Virgin Mary directions. It can be progress tt la times ef seed Cardinal's tomb becomes Cardinal Boran
over all Christian men down forward or progress upward.The Pope Eastern Orthodox
genius of modern man is If a woman can step Into ,
through the ages. almost entirely preoccupiedwith her own airplane and fly offers Mass for

This kind of influence, progress forward. across the country In a few shrine in Yugoslavia leaders exchanged wishes/ /

which Is woman's greatest The crying need of our hours, we applaud her foreverfor Dachau victimsMTMCII
claim to distinction is In our hour then Is that the achievement but innumerable
women use By Patrick Riley centuriesoldsilence
VATICAN CITY (NC) Breaking a
time being attacked by the
their talents to accelerate men are capableof ; (NC-Josef) Cardinal
modern heresy of mannish- progress upward. the same accomplishment. ZAGREB (NC) Moat people who come to pray InZarreb'l Beran of Prague, the head of Orthodox churches joined PopePaul
ness.The. Cathedral of St. Stephen walk past all the pews VI In proclaiming the Euter : "The Lord
Progress forward Is progress If she can hold her own In a Czechoslovakia, once a prisoner message
essence of this heresyIs on a horizontal plane.It meeting of a Board of Directors of the long nave and past the main altar to kneel before In the notorious nazi Da has rlll n." Theteasoe ( I I dent.on
tor m
the unrealistic assumptionthat Is progress In physical or labor over test tubes the candlelit death mask of Aloyslua Cardinal Steplnac. chau prison camp, returned The Pope revealed the fact the messsge of Christ's Resrrectlon .

the advancement of personal science. It is the kind of with the scientific acumen of Just beneath in the cathedral crypt, the body of there to offer Mass and pray of Easter: wishes from Orthodox the Pope said, Is

and public welfare Is progress which forces the men she deserves our full Cardinal Steplnac lies with the bodies of his predecessors for the thousand of victims patriarchs during his that "It Is the basis ef our

best achieved by approachingall earth to surrender Its appreciation In the lee of Zagreb whose cremated bodies lie In weekly general audience In Filth, that Is to say of Christianity
The shrine of
problems and by solving treasures the mind to surrender But If there Is no little He la there by pace ofYUloslavll' Gate Is favored unmarked graves. St. Peter's basilica lit said and of all that Is new,
them In a masculine way its secrets. On this traditionally Cardinal Reran who was they were In response to his
world of her own In which communist regime by students good and holy and living
Day after d.aYlt Is suggest horizontal plane our generation her sense of duty, her honor which originally had time.Modern. especially at later Imprisoned by the communists own greetings to them. which proceeds from Christianity
ed to us that woman is making Is making a tremendousand her modesty her love of God announced he would be burledat exam as well, now lives In "You will be pleated to u ,

great advances in our almost frightening prog are an Inspiration to all who the village of Kraslc 'wherehe Home, where he has been know," he told the audience,

age because she may plead a ress. live there and to all who was born and where he since his release from virtual "that just as we sent at Easter "We Insist on this message

case In a court like a man, Progress upward, on the come contact with her she died In IMO, still In detention house arrest In Ctechoslovsk- a message of peace' and because this Is our principal
other hand Is progress on an has left undone what no man after his release from prison. la in February He was elevated good wishes to the venerable office, the duty 'which Jesus

Inclined plane It Is a plane can accomplish. She has lefta Although Cardinal Steplnacwas Y to Cardinal a few days heads of the Oriental Himself tied to our election

whereon the human character void which only God Himself 11 at the time of his after his arrival in Rome churches still separated fromus when he ordered Peter at the
Is formed. so we received to our Immense Last Supper 'Strengthen thy
can fill. She has helpedthe death his face Is strangely The Cardinal flew t. MaIch
It li the progress In good forward the material boyish In the stark white 1ti.t' (April SO) with Monti joy and hope, letters brethren' (Luke 22.32)), We
ALSOR3AL taste In good manners. In progress of mankind, but she desthmatk. The candlelight Francis Manner rector expressing most pious Filter further Insist on this message
a sense of reference which' gear wishes from those same heals because we believe
has missed a greater privilege playing over the curved lips, .f the Pontifical Nepomucene
atrenth.n.'Irtu... Progress aiding Its heavenward seems at tunes to give them College la Rome who, breaking centurlosold faith In this Ineffable realitythe ,,
upward means a progressively ascent movement silence, repeated together Resurrection of the LordIs
:t.I "''I K clearer vision of God's The rest day (May I) he with us and the most worthy the center of convergent

,,,, A.else.A.. M. It' Image in our fellowman. la the Middle Ages, artists The shrlae-for suck It has drove the few miles to Da patriarchs of the Catholic for the entire Church, for all
seeking to eoevey the spin become-seems sever to be chau and offered Mass In the East: a message of the new believers, for those also with
M M Av.. S.. rS. 1424191 It Is progress .la devetlea to Kail beauty ef the Blessed ...ete.d". Reparation chapel built 'within life: The lAIrd has risen.'" whom communion Is not yet
our neighbors the, .1. and Someone Is always prsylng "
Vlrgta, frequently tainted the grounds of the stockade perfect.
all, hate beta redeemed as her picture agalasl a back there. Some bring candles, Jubilee feteIIRTP'ORD
ST. PETERSBURG The entire camp Is now amemorial
we bate bets redeemed, by ground ., ,.14. Mary brtvgkt some bring flowers. 11th. reminderof
the blood ef Christ. a goUea light' to the world. early spring the floor over (NCI-Hart'
the witnessed ssI 7wweeE wise
brutality c-
the tomb was covered wild ford's Archbishop Henry J. .
That Is the office of you lilies, daffodils and hyacinths.In there during World War II, O'Brien will be feted at a testimonial a. .. c..ir aM..i L.Ambulonee ......
PHONE I77-7M4 Christian women-to bring a front of the flowers pea with a museum of atrocitiesand dinner here May 20, Sryl..
golden light Into this world of pie have placed their petitionssome open furnaces and gas celebrating his Wth annlver VA 4-I47J

A. P. BOZA ours, a light as bright as written on paper and Martyr chambers still on display sary as a member of the him ST. AUGUSTINE
RIVERSIDE CHAPEL gold and as pure.Someone others Incised In marble. archy.
Ildt N. ARMENIA AYE Popo given lions The observancewill
has said womanIs There are also votive tablets Thla death muk of Aloy.
TAMPA 7, FLORIDA \ ) begin May 12 when the
the last fortress of any thanking the Cardinal for BOMBAY (NC-Two lion
slue Cardinal Bteplnse surmounts .
people.If favors received.Not Archbishop will offer a Pontifical
the tomb of the cubs, a male and a female, FEASTER
man falls God punishesthe all who come to kneel will be given to Pope I'aulVI ) Mess of thanksgivingIn
GRISSOM FUNERAL HOME man; but If the woman and pray are peasants, though Modern Martyr( behind the as mementoes of his visitto St Joseph's cathedral MEMORIAL HOME

Phone 141.1121 I I falls, God punishes the nation. the characteristic shawls and main altar of his former ca Bombay during the International Bishop James A McNulty of 206 Id Are S.W,
sheepskin vests are always thedral in Zagreb Yugoslavia Eucharistic Congresslast Buffalo will' preach the air U'flo, Florid
evidence. Many of the women December, men.
: IX CEMTfUL FLORIDA" who come are young and

0,*r tUf Coder N.MO >... sal M.IM...st Bishop Primeau is smartly dressed with shiny BASHAW'S

high,heeled\ pumps and Italian

NCEA'snowhoadNEW style coats. Fewer mea GULFPORT MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME
come, as seems to be the case
BRETT FUNERAL HOME with most shrines. leeeMJ M. lilac Llce".d 1,1 /I.ct.; .

34S-0IOI x.AMIUUNCt. JHYICI YORK (NC-Blshop Member. Holy Nome 24 liuf ambulance service
Ernest J. Pnmesu of Manchester I'atn people betas maklag
MO I 22 Av ere louts J4M2II
New Hampshire was their way &. Cardinal Stepbee's -

elected president general of tomb. Zagreb's moil

&WWMKoTI the National Catholic Educational poplar sarUe was the tlay
Association. chapel tail! under the Moo
Gate (I" tt f Is k sees) .* Za- KYLE.McLELLAN INC.
.11e r.N..l A1.... ., e.W..NWS. The New England prelate, grek's old high city
V. err h-w a. e..Yle.Mm..e who holds a variety of national FUNERAL DIRECTORS
..a .. e and InUnatfcmaJ Catholic The renter of attraction
there Is a fire streaked painting .
succeeds Anh-\>>
bishop posts John r. Cody of New of the Madonna and Child rIII MtU CoAtmueM.. Serried: Since: $1154

Orleans The election took which was regarded as miraculous

"".rl A. fUk m tTm. C J..r..... plate st the closing ,11101I because It escaped a destructive
Funeral Director tw.ersl Lrccrae of the NCKA's: Cnd annual fire For centuriesthe
convention 'April 23> citizens of Zagreb !Invoked HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL

Bishop Primeau has served the Madonna of the Air C *4tleee; O.,.,-MI.:''9 Lot
fi"Mci" f'wk. ft Jkt'J':
; Gate when threatened
as episcopal moderator of Stone FOSTER .. HEATH, ,"*".1 DirectorA /
RtL HOME by Turkish invaders, and they ,
IT.M: : Use national federation of MIU LANCE SERVICE
Osygen Radio Equipped AIII\I Mn... Catholic college! studraU isdiairmaa rendered thanks to that same Lel.le.FhrU.' rtiofio tiro 111
Madonna when delivered from
....... W" the United threat.
gtatts episcopal committee some
O 107 .M..M Ar,. for the Papal Volunteers for Ts this .day people pauleg!
ST. ClOUD Latin America and to November through the Stone late it Is A Hughey Funeral Home

rarlo.ac/tUtruWo..c1Aao PI1eee it:.2111 3V.3. was elected to tteSecretariate part of a public street- will

I. r Christina kneel or light a candle, Voodea New Smyrna Beach
Uarty at the Second VaticanCouncil pe't \line either sM of the i.

street and votive plagues! SorvUe Ytftta; ; tfo. .M..... ef Al
S-'t" h s.. ,...srkvq F..4M Fee 40 Vu's are flied to the pillars of the .=.
Funeral Dlrtcton Nest year's eeavesrtUa. win arch. A tiny r.IJlOUIlorA. s e 24 Hour AmkuUflce t4 OiyfM S.,1:.
JOHN S. RHODES, he. t. t* Chlrafe. dime( Eaiur store Is tucked late one wall
J_ A. 911e 0._ t4 D t. 4212424r
AMIULANCE SERVICE week (week ef" April M). (.
Elect superior
More thin 24,000 educators.
registered for this years MlA It tT1i, MlcklgaaNCI .

eearentioa which featured ( -Sister M, Vemve.wsi Good Shepherd H. o.t*.vfvnorel Telepbeee

r four general meetings and atlust wind superior general DVo l.e (44442
WO otter sessions At- of th. Sisters ef St. Joseph at The **. of ftt Augustine }otA.d In
UivUnce was the largest lathe JU general chapter m....,
G.sRI1ed.e prayer wash Calholks tA the world eft ttood Mss'pherd -
NCEA's / ', bin on April It
8...c.,. May 2 which was .oVetgaaUiaa Osgood Funeral Home
Vexation Day TWa statue tf tit Owd l*.p-

JOHN S. RHODES JR. bard .... .M the chap. of th* Vatican Pariftm

at ts* WorM Fair SB New York. Uooffaor John ,,rk IW. I 41* St. N.

J,, Uo director, asvwwwwt that the
Mao, pavttSM
test CV.p.1 4*" S). 7''*" *.*. Nerds62110 FUNERAL n".... N't, fleIJ.Pshop .
states has teen r.peoMaed far te4er vkwsig

AIle H.. Rls.d.e Witt 0..1. t'O.':) "" 3/ N. J.47-41ZJ 1771. 6..*.Te.|.r CLEARWATER Pnleee 44JOtS at Ow parttea.

Six The Florida Catholic, Friday, May T, 1965
.. -
on theologyHistorical

r Priest predicts growing

I insights on war, peaceBy Scripture study interest

Father MimeT11b varieties of views concerning
morality and nuclear warfare -
Christian conscience
ever been pressed fcr or armament. 1\1I.UII (XC) Increased Interest in and knowledgeof

reasonable solutions to some Father Rather, we would suggest >1 the Bible among the laity have been predicted by

of the individual national that the very variety of opin. ,' i ir' Scripture scholar, Father Raymond E. Brown S.S., professor .
and even international problems Henry J, ions points up the complexity
studies at St Seminaryin
Testament Mary'i
of morality. of the problem for the theologian of New

But at no other Mlroll and hence for the Christian Baltimore.
probably edge of the Hebrew and
time in history has the urgent conscience. Father Brown spoke to an Greek languages increases
demand been made to the From the vantage point of
"We are in a better position
audience of Catholic and non-
the history of moral theology,
Christian to give some hope today to make translations
it is apparent that the problem Catholic clergy and laymen,
ful and reasonable responseto
and Individuals
portant to nations which are more accurate and
the current problem of the of of the justice and morality as well as Sisters from "
that in cases extreme r:1: p more meaningful, he declared
morality of modern war and of warfare Is one with communities
necessity they surely i : various noting that historical
armament. justify war, whether it be which Christianity has ruefully in a lecture her at records and archaeological
On the one hand there are hot or cold.Somewhere. wrestled for almost 1900 fi Barry College excavations have also been

those who are convinced that in the midst of years Discussing "The New Approach Invaluable in the study of the
the use of mass force of these two views lies the reasonable Just as there was no definitive : to the Bible" Father Scriptures
whatever kind, for the attain solution in the past, so
but, at times, highly Brown said the "new approach"
national is too there Is non availablefor n "Me truly In a period
ment of any aim difficult if not impossible solution is not an "adversereflection are
the present moment. The for remarkable advancement
absurd and immoral that negotiation and on the past""Tin
On the other hand, one cannot compromise, rather than wrestling still\ continues In the study of the Scrip
Church he laid, "is
banish the thought that force of arms should resolve Among the oldest Christian f lures," father Brown stated
all the
writers, such as Tertullian, taking
values such as personal freedom
disputes among nations.It technology of our times and Since I Priests are now
and Athanas-
Cyprian Bible
the dignity of the individual Expert discusses
it in the study of the trained in modern biblical
,national existence and Is not our purpose to present fug' there was the' fairly- wide' using

spiritual rights, are so im in capsule form the wide spread condemnation, on During his recent visit In Miami, the Diocese of St Augustine. Here ha Bible, using the knowledge not studies, "we are now biblical in a
moral of war. available in past"Father good position for
.U l h.u.1 Indeed, according any to most Father Raymond E. Brown S.S. spokeat is shown with college staff membersin Brown, who addressed studies to be preached in a

reputable historians of theology Barry College on new translationsof Miami, Sister Mary Dorothy OP., a meeting of the practical way for the good of

the concept of a "just Holy Scripture. He is a professorof Barry president, and Father John World Council of Churches our people," he said

war" was unthinkable to New Testament studies at St Mary's Monroe OP, right, chaplain. last year in Canada, said "\\e suddenly realize that
them since it represented a Seminary in Baltimore and a Priest ofColumbian new translations of the Bible there I Is a greater practical
contradiction in terns, Justice art necessary" as the kncmlSpeech }- need to know the Scriptures

) was acquired not by today," Father Brown added
force of war but by the fore citing the changes In the
of charity and truth. $ liturgy and the use of the
r During the time of St. Augustine r vernacular in the Mass II

a different conceptarose causes of an increased }interest
whereby under certain w in the Bible.
conditions war (usually defensive "Ther is a real quest for
} war) was considered y4 learning about the ScripturesIn

Justified. Later it was also :t grammar and high schools.
ii thought that offensive wars Knowledge of the New Testament .
could sometimes be admissible should be current
again under strictly defined knowledge of all of the children
circumstances if there \t In our schools The peo-
i was no other possibility of pie should read Scripture and

fr t accomplishing the triumph of have guidance in this reading -
'1 justice and right. ," Father Brown said.
? t wrl
Thomas Aquinas ran be ""\\\\\\'I."""\\\\\\\\\\\\
riled as an example, with ?
some modification, of this er

-1.t. latter slew YouthBishop
Indeed, during the periodsof
the various crusades, the
To guide at Eau GallieThe
group offensive war was even 1
preached as a matter of God'swill """""\""",, \,,\\\\\\\\
youth of Ascension parish In Eau Gallie recently although certainly not

banned together and formed a youth group( with the approval of all
under the direction of Father Thomas McGram.Sen Christians Barry

'ing for the coming year In positions of leader. In the 16th and 17th century -

hip are, from the left, back row, Roger Romer, the period of the religious and drama award in High School
and the beginningof Tampa
Thomas McGrain moderator wars
secretary; ; ST PETERSBURG -Th.
colonialism] the
Ray Fisher, president; front row, Jean Weslow of offensive ,and defensive question Monsignor John F. Scully, prwiltrophy to Para Dameron. Lor- from left finalists In the contest, Junior classes of Bishop Barry

ski, corresponding secretary; Coleen Gearhart, "just wars" again took on dent of Tampa Catholic High rains Ferlita, right, won second Cynthia Page, Cheri Rowe one and Notre Dam Academy
have been
treasurer; and Susan McOwcn, vice-presldent. treat: significance It was School in Tampa, recently awarded place Looking on art Sister Clar- Peck, Patsy Serrano and Deoby nual formal planning for Juniors the and an-

above all the crest Spanish) the school's first speech and drama enc 0.P.. Judy \Villit, emcee, and, Sanneman. seniors. The dance win beheld
theologians of that time, de
TAMPAMARY Vitnria. u__ ._ end the members rtt on May 13 at the Holiday
Park Country Club In
the theological faculty of the
University of Salamanca, who Youth Club St Petersburg Entertainmentwill
be provided by the Sky.
worked avidly on a moral
OIU.\\I-Thft.: was a liners, Tickets are three dollars -
of Their interest
theology war -
+ meeting of the St Charles for senior couples and
to establish
was a theological
HELP OF teaching which would define parish Catholic Youth Organization five dollars for Junior couples .

as accurately as possible Sunday April 23, with ,
the circumstances and conditions Father John bluett presiding Registration and ramp.ian.Inl .
father Bluett is for student officers
moderator of
under which the wagingof
be for the organization. At the next )ear has begun bee at
a war might permissibleboth
CHRISTIANS CAMPFORMERLY In theory and in fact In w- meeting the first permanent Barry. Offices art as follow
general, their I reasonings r officers were elected student council presid'nt
(slightly modified by the Italian Mike Witt was elected vice president, secretary end
( CAMP DON BOSCO) moralist, Taparelll In the president: Cindy VSitt, vie- treasurer, dais prick" b
19th century) are still the basis president: Rita Berry, secretary vice presidents, seerelan! I.nand
For Boys 8 to 14 on which most handbooksof ; and Terry Mates treasurer treasurers; and th' ee
moral theology today treat -r'1"1.: ,,a1 Th head of the social councilmen at.large from ea< h

Staffed iclus'vlv by the SaUitani ef Don Boico. located en of the morality of war, committee, Ronnl Clemens class
beautiful East Lilt, at the outskirts of Tamp. Using .dl the However, in all fairness, It was also elected Then the The curriculum fr neat
facilities ef the Mary Help ef Christians School for Boys. should be pointed out that not constitution drawn up by a year ,,11be\ enlarged U offer
Open Sunday, June 20th thru Sunday, August 8th, inclusive. all Christian theologians share special( committee, was read students mere choice .f f sub.jecte. -
this teaching. There have al. at amended and was approved .
1T' P5TW- was been pacifists In the .
Church as well as belligerent The club has had a carwash Available to the students
members of the Church and plans to operate will lit calculus journalism

Moreover, the teaching of theologians the coffee and doughnut sales advanced chemistry, French,
while at times, J held on Sunday mornings sf and an Introduction to the humanities
more than an adequate guide, ter each Mall There was a (Including music: and
Is not necessarily the official & a dance May 2. art appreciation.

teaching of the Church.
Squire's contest held ROSARIAN
However, the climate .f ACADEMY
aryw ftef..t ..< t.r .11..1 l l lee stle.c shorn f SeaefM
popular to theological have shifted oplnloa somewhat Michael Keleher of Ascension par tants from this Diocese, from left Pa. 1..110 W''''II. r.r4*. ... Ie twtltt.. V.Df ar r.*dJ.... \ew
seems In the World War Ish in Kau Gallie won second place at tricia Griffin, Clearwater; Judy Cope busidias.. m .p.r1., ...i.! art, 4rinili.f .. Drreeted kg
II )ears. post Miami In a recent state.wide spellingbee land, Sarasota; Margaret Gray, St. Ms..re at Do.i.!<>. rr coals i4drt- IUt......

The opinion that a Just defensive sponsored by the Florida Columbian Petersburg. Christine Milian and Gail KOHsKMN AUDUIJ.nljT! rALM BklCH

war could be tolerated Squires. He 1s pictured receiving ROil Williams, Tampa. .

on certain grounds it being the congratulations of other conies-
Academy Of The
questioned by som theologians Holy Names

because of the chang Raided: aj Jay KK.01 I ft* ,'rIc. Cf.in see fe fWv*. M*

1 in the structure and techniqueof Central Catholic nr,4,4.. frog,,, ;* Ut: tillage p. .r.tery sad ,- .
warfare Some even go so OUR LADY or TIlE HILLS mt, ewes't: and ,, **. C.-o'-ct.J by W; ", .f the Ho'
far as to argue that the waging High School N....... 31 It l,rtW UwW1. Tap, fWHa.u ,

,.. of any type of ar- MKIIUUKM.:
f\ offensive or delt'nll".-cannot
% Catholic High School will present CAMPIinVDDlSOIWXLLE.
} ,\ 1. t be morally justified In
any way whatsoever. Its annual concert on
May 21 at I p m. in the Melbourne
While this latter Is admit
Civic Auditorium Hibiscus jon FUTORS<
Fear $30.00 ptr week for any number of weeks tedly a minority report, theareuml'nt. Boulevard Melbourne :. N. c.
All activities free, including: Fishing, booting, swimming, gym developed by these
baseball, ponies, movie, crafts, hikes, campfires, one theologians urge, at least, a The concert will feature the
Brevard HOC{ '
reading of their works Moreover Symphony Orchestra A Catholic camp for boys and glU epos CROSS:
has with II. Gardner Muter
WRITE TO: as been pointed out
conductor. featured will 7 la 16. 200 acres, :37 bvdJdlnas Ia &Ia.
in some of the background IN NEW
Mary Help of Christian School papers for the Vatican Council be plane selections played or Bin Rldg* Mountain. I.cug..d..ra U.

Pot Office Box H 's schema on the ChurchIn Sally tl
Tampa, Florida, 33605 the Modern World, there Is Catholic\ Another student t. activities guided by trained couuolors. conJucl by thCrJ Holy pos Ei

a steady and growing number a freshman? Mary tlscher Ideal accommodations lor visiting par .. 7. 12, both B..,',.t Mil Do
will Iini.Gf'rald.
Alto, ." Ideal Boarding School, the of theologians and writersof onts. Camp provides pick-np sorric I. Character Trinin and e t
stature who are expressing, Rogrro Sr Is Itn.pral
or from nearest rail air bus terminal. Qmtiita
sometimes clearly, sometimes chairman for this event. Doctrine
CHRISTIANS SCHOOLA A camp for youngsters to gTOW..,spirit- s- ColUi
vaguely, alarms at the moral Donation will be $1M for rrtrmtary Covrwt
Home-Id/, School for Boys admissibility of m.dera adults and 7J cents for children sally, healthfully. For literature, write: w. SupcnrUcJ Study Period.

Ages 10 to IS, gndti Sth thru. Sets weaponry and warfare. Trmmlaf i h the Tin Art

Staffed cuiivly by the Salttians of Don Bete INSURANCE Wlt lr Address: CompUu Athletic FacJKtksFfT

Urge campus, eicallont facilities Fir Aut life .Horn a luuneuc : OUR LADY or TOT HILLS CAMP 1./.fIIi.. rrrltil

AD major Sports, plus Band and Choir, Dramatic oed Shops HENRI A. MONTEAUMORELANDOLIVER.MONTEAU !. St. !..'. CaitsrcJ Okr ff A fob.
for higher grades. c:: Z INC 3D Iprill.dale Js>.... >Lif99L

Write tot Mary Hp! of Christens School ... 33 Wetter Union Building WINSTON-lALLM. M. C. ler M. 4t$0 D.. *.;.. S ,.N.w 0f4...*, La.nT17Thoughts

P.O. Bee H, Tamp, H.. 3360S PW 227.IfII Tamp, Roi'da


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von The Florida Catholic, Friday Slay 7,1965SJ U! III' a." ,... .
.If'. ; .-. 1

[Great Priests, present and past, :1' t.rct f1S 11

[people halls of St. Mary seminary .;


By a Seminarian the theology department oe-
r rI' of our Diocese copies a secluded 80-acre() site 5 ''

in Roland Park, a suburban
TN a tense St. Mary'* Scminary section of the city

.JWi- in Baltimore ia just The school ii staffed by
M ( Sulpician Fathers, a Societyof
another one of the a
secular Priests who have
major seminaries at which dedicated their lives to I :

0r young men from Floridaare training young men for the
atudying. Priesthood (Father Ray'mood ,
E. Brown S. S., renowned
However, students and Scripture professorat ,
alumni of St. Mary's are not Roland Park, is a Priest of .
content to call it a major the Diocese of St Augustine.)
seminary because St Mary'sfor
so many years was the For many years, our DIG .., wr.4ww,.
only seminary in the United rose has had students at both
States and even now Is one houses of study Baltimore seminary classes typical of others

of the largest In the nation.
Like most other major semi Priests St Augustine's Father Roland newest Julien Philosophy students do not cepta. Here the seminarians of a Mary Seminary; !D Baltimore

naries St Mary's offers two and Father, William Stahler spend all of their time chasing con- claaa in liturgical music at St. listen to a. new Maaa setting.

years of training In philosophy were six year students of St Cardinal Suhard who hue ..., _
and four yean in For the four ,
Mary's. past the strength to be "slmul-
theology.But years they have numbered taneously a man of God anda

Many hours of study It II unique In the among the 450 theologians at man among men a Roland Park. Before that,
r sense that It has separate real mediator for human so
they received Bachelor of ." V' ;l t' Sri ,
residences for the
f' I Whether a mania theologiansand "
-n young studying at Mary'a philosophers.The Arts degrees at the philosophy y r
fa Baltimore, above, or In another other seminary branch. This I is an order of no small n

training men to be PrlesU, there an many hours philosophy house Is Edward Ambrose and Import, and as such It weighs \

of the day spent in quiet study located on busy Para StreetIn Robert Traupman number heavily on the seminary and t r U et
the seminarian t. $ .
downtown Baltimore whilt among the 190 philosophers :

_._- currently at Pica Street. v,
S b Both are from St. Petersburg The philosophers ,
(I graduates of that city's Bishop
Barry High School. Keeping the goal of the
seminary in mind let us takea
Today the philosophy
look at of activeties
some our
a. house stands in the midst of
here at Paca Street.
all the sounds of a busy city.
Motorists speed past during The Mass occupies the center >
t w rush hour probably unawareof of our spiritual life and.
; : y the peaceful atmosphere Indeed, the center of our
/ that lies beyond the wall whole day Each morning the

-- \gi \ which surrounds the large!: entire community gathers together
-1 Imposing red brick building. to celebrate the Eucharist
In sacred song Each
In the CityThe morning, the Word which Is
Yet' read to us at the beginning of 1
l&vtg r seminary was not al the Mass becomes the food .sirs

k t- was confined to the middleof for the day's prayer and ..
Y, : r'ft '
J meditation. Each morning
the city In fact it was at
tJ its present site long before the Body of Christ becomes Prayer at meals

the city of Baltimore en nourishment for our souls,
+ gulfed It Back ia 1791, whenSt helping! us to grow In grace During life in the seminary, boy of the Bible reader at St. Mary's Sertw

Mary's was founded by and Loxt.Ve also share in swap the blare of the radio for the inary in Baltimore during one ot the
Bishop John Carroll the site. the Church's public prayer thoughtful reading of the Scripture be meals
(the Divine Office) by reclU
was a distance of one mile
04'L fore and after meals. This .la a view
from the city area, whichat Ing together Lauds and Compline

that time was down on the at our morning and God created and to make it alto' to pur.it. one's Interests in other parts o( this countryand
shores of the Chesapeake. night pr a.n. our own. whether they be pluck of other young people la

Moreover until 1M2. the But there Is aU time each It helps us to open ourselves Ing a guitar drawing a picture high school and college,
Sulplclan Fathers also ran a day to !be alone with God and in charilY to other persons or Just reading the This Is because Christ has
college on these grounds, and Ills holy Mothers meditation and ultimately, It leads sport's page. set a very high Ideal before
until 1935, both philosophers before Mass, the notary, us to love God and to be loved those who wish to share His
and theologians resided hart. There Is time te widenone's Priesthood: le !beceme all
eplrltnil reading, a volt lo by Him. In short philosophy,
As a student of St Mary's the Blessed Sacrament guided by the grace of God; knowledges te read a things (e all mn.Ia .
vrM1, I have often wondered about helps seminarians to becomethe book, attend" a lecture er engage this modern "world this
the history that was made Next te spiritual formation mature well rounded persons la a lively discussion.Seminarians world of change and progress,
within these walls One meditates in importance, study is the that they ought to be. Interested the Priest Is challenged to do
on the thousands of most time consuming part of are deeply something about that Ural,
Priests and Btsbopt. and the life of a seminarian./ In RelaxationThere In such things as then In St Augustine last week,
I W liturgy, the Vatican'
eves two Cardinals, who onceprayed this ae when everyone Isbecotnisg on the very site were AmcrVca
Council the missions in the
better. educated a had Its beginning twoyoung
in little
our neo-
are more facets to Congo and what la going on
PrmT-mUit be learned, not men accepted that
Gothic since It
chapel was
seminarian thanprayer
life of
a 1ft'I.t Nam,
only In philosophy and theo'logy challenge,
dedicated Carroll
by Bishop:
and There Is I.plnty
In IW$, One wonders about but in psychology and of time to relax and to Ijitly, the seminarians of On the site' where the first
Blessed Mother Seton, whose sociology in economics and the 60s have a deep Interest Mass wss offered la our
to know the men from
education. In science and history come and concern for people. We
house Is still pr'sened OB of the country. country, young men received
the grounds In literature and art, In other parts are presently engaged 'In a the power to bring
music and speech. Here at St. Mary's there are program of extending. the the Body of Christ to Gth.n.C .

St. Mary's Baltimore trains Priests One wonders about 91. These then art the fellows studying for more love of Christ and the friendship C! willing other seminarians
than 30 dioceses They come
Aignttlne's first I spiritual of the Church to our
courses that make up the of our Diocese, In turn
A lone seminarian sitting thought.Tully here for the altars of God In the 1)1. shepherd Bishop Aufuitliternt. formal part of our curricu from as far and North as West Yale Negro brothers In Baltimore. will give themselves to God

[( in front of the historic chapel at oceM of St. Augustine. On May 2, the \' .he ence Ueght malts lum. field' St.Maine Lois, Missouri as far and This we can do on a personal and to their fellow men

I I llary'e Seminary in Baltimore couldvfleet Diocese join the world in a day of and science le ear predeeetors. at Green Bay Wisconsin.\ Kale. And God willing many
StudiosI also of Florida:
We are genuinely concerned more young mn
that of the Priests ia for vocation ,
many prayer priestly There Is time for uma football -
about the material will answer the call cf C:;rat
hoM footsteps he ia following trained James Cardinal Gibbons and basketball would like especially to and spiritual welfare of our and win take up the chat
-- -- presided over the Third Plenary
.. ... _.' .- mention philosophy More and tennis In season) or even neighbors In Latin America lenge of what It meant to bea
Council of BaJtMnere inwhat
Priest sentencedBO than just another subject to swimming I and archery U migrants and of Negroi Priest of Jeeue Christ
Is presently our prayer
Is There Is time to play some
be learned, philosophy
Clf'rmnC( ) hallOne something to be thought bridge or Just to relax while
llathcr Lavrenti) rahmtft.r cannot beep but wonder about and lived After a yearor listening to Beethoven or
I ':.;ganan Priest sentenced t,yhis when one lives In the same more of studying it, we Peter Paul and Mary <(0'

taunt} communist r.f rooms, prays In the tame find It helping" us to evaluate even the Beatles). And ocra
lers to 12 years to prison in chapel), and, recreates on the our own lives and helping us ilonaUy the whole community
l'1, has: been sentenced same grounds which have to see where we fit into the likes to get together for a
tan additional fl.un in S been la the limelight' of drama of the universe. It play a picnic or a hootntn

IJa.1' :\ It was rerwted here br American Catholic history in helps us to open ourselves to a,.
[the German Catholic aewtKNA R the making the wonderful world which Tint U plenty ., time,
ae-("Y. At his first St Mary's has aa old and
jtiial the priest was ac jstd itch J history However, It U

|of espionage does not cwiftne Itself to tre4Meo. IM
I Ir Ir Iw
but wet It as a frmfounUUM r r" \
oo which to fr ;w
LARGO and dn..",. It greets and

:.* reiponds to each new era,
try"0 term Prints\ who!' 4
DOKE'S LAWNMOWER art able to meet the chair)

SHOP 1ft,.. of the day,
I Tore U..* Soy *. .
..... ....- a'r.M.Au life
IMr_..a..aw... Handball favorite with students Seminary lek'e ly, g

.r-e.. ..._.. 1.11.. .. ..,. .... This Is precisely! the purpose IJ y.Iw.
r. 1. H... ..e sesv f..... '''i-J''t .f.. !. .e apom w +ise of St Mary .,.minty.
bmi a..ttdb.I .. .._eII..t S.. hey'bN I III
qs.4 ;_. Like Otter major, ser o
am',. It has as lU goal to
I' OIYIU fl GUlf SERVICE mould young men Into ft:* 's
Met 10)0 W. l.r Onr of Jesus Christ Priests Night meditationNight
"'.117' c.r, CLEARWATER strong enough In W'tue0 be
... art offered W by a ...mtna.!
tI Drugs W4-J74J N: as camp(. among men prayers
24 rW ..4* C.r r.ll.d nwJehRg l their oa lives tiers, aa ).M mlltatre m front of the 'pclti!is-ht d

2'2' W. .., Dr. Wrekw s-c.; after Christ. Print. itrrgenough statue of Our Lady on the grouada cf fit Mary I

FV II44II7' G.eI A.+. I TOM'SSHOE la mss 1 and body it 4 Seminary in lUltlroore.SARASOTABRADENTON.
TfMtl ..,.+lnq bring C1riIt0 everyone and

everyone to Christ, Priests ,
REPAIR strong enough to meet and

H. L JAMES Th n.... tl a.r.1re retpMtd te Ute changes 'fIrvutg
ia the laU :2UA century
(@J .. tiwl.n.Up
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Of.ee 114-71H' .... U4-2271 P. .1.11:1 ,.*jg m... ia the words .* f1 t (Wyaftr lIar

.-- Game time at seminary -* SAIASOTA1 ORIGINAL< lAW SAl

LARGO OFFICE! SUPPLY THAYER DODGE A student wrUhaae.. There U nothing tike I rAt Leek .! Slid.y rW; fte a ... WV Ted (US41)Te )

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r Eight The Florida Catholic. Friday May\ 7. I96J
Calls -
many things

most vitalapostolate Sharing our treasure

A Priest has a hidden profileBy Radio announcement led

Fr. Henry J. !Mlron in any man but essentiallyto the midst of the world as a NEWARK (NC) Bishop to class vocation
Priesthood has been be lived in the life of a stranger, a riddle. Charles P. Greco of Alexan ,
THE Priest. The world sees that the dria, Louisiana, has said the
beyond what Priest, at least by conviction Confraternity of Christian I ffTTHAT was the straw
would be its endurance for By his conviction and places in the center of his Doctrine is the greatest apos. 1 that broke the cam

many and wonderful qualities therefore, by his vocation, life God and His reality. And A tolate in the Church becauseit el's back. You've often J

In this there is ever present the Priest Is a man who the world wonders and Is Is the apostolate of the Gospel heard that remark, haven't Father
a great risk since the exists for the things!: of God. fearful, since the world only of the good news, of you? It means that the camelwas
praise may be for an ideal Ills whole life work Is to tolerates God at its peripherynot spreading the teachings of bearing the greatest possible JOhD A.
rather than a real Priest. render worship to God, to at its center. Christ and of training witnesses burden so that even the 1
hood. It is not enough to seek God, to be totally Immersed Thus, the Priest Is never in Christ." slightest increase would O'BrlrDCatholic.

praise the ideal; that is tanta and dependent on wholly at home on earth and "It is the apostolate of cause him to collapse. Similarly .
mount to gilding the lily God. Essentially he Is the his life involves a severe bringing Christ in the home, the slightest addition to
What Is required is ever to religious man; the consecrated tension-the tension between \1 into the souls of our childrenand one side of an evenly bal.

transfer the ideal into the man. heaven and earth. In a sense youth who are not in anced scale will tilt it. do not believe the

living fibers of the real, lest In his hands have been the Priest seems to others to \ Catholic schools, and Into the So It Is In the spiritual do queer things I had imagined
we become complacent In our placed the most precious be truly out of the world. formation of our laymen and. main. A single sentence and that a Priest is always

acceptance of a nonliving, powers, gifts, rights and Yet, he must ever be con. i laywomen in the adult education spoken at the right time may willing to explain on rational
and, therefore unauthentic scious of his role and vocation + program, and into
duties things which will tilt a person's watering decision grounds every teaching and
ideal. continue till the end of time, to accept, to know, and the apostolate" for Christian In favor of Christ and practice of the faith. I ran
For those who ever think of despite his use or misuse of to love the world as the one unity, he told the annual His Church. across Father Edward
the Priesthood (and what them Such are the results Priest, Christ, did As in the meeting on April 27 of diocesan O'Rourke, assistant chaplain
example of Christ, the Priest CCD directors here.Newark'i This Is illustrated in the of the Catholic students
Catholic doesn't?) it will be of the free choice of Jesus : at
necessary at some time to Christ, when He took the cannot and must not flee the Archbishop Thomas conversion of Charles G. the Coke machine, and wentto
isolate qualities and characteristics chance of selecting men to world because the world may A. Boland was host for the Crosse, now a curate at Our the inquiry class he was

of the priestly life fulfill a variety of offices of be keeping him in his place. convention. Lady of Perpetual Help I conducting. The lecture was

which should be essential to service for His Church. Paradoxically, there is no Bishop Greco chairman of parish in Everett, Washing.ton. on the Holy Eucharist, and

any Judgment of a Priest. Hear the words of Christ* place in the world for the the CCD episcopal committee Father Crosse relates you can imagine my surprise

Such qualities may or may You have not chosen me, I Priest, if, by that, one meansa Welcomed at MissionFather said the CCD adult education this pertinent sequence of when he proved from Christ'sown
not be vividly manifested in have chosen you; He who certain position and status program "Is just as vitally events.I words in St. John's Gospel .

the life of an individual hears you, hears me; Go which the world creates for Roland M. Julien, newly ordained Priestof necessary as are the CCD was reared in the Baptist sixth chapter, that Jesusis

Priest, but, because he is forth, teach command; all its members. The Priestis the Diocese was welcomed to the Mission of schools of religion. Church and attended Sunday really present in the
Priest they will be present. not limited to time, social School regularly. But the instructors Eucharist.
Whatever loose, it shall
you influence place. Hombre de Dios in St Augustine by Father Michael "Unless we can train our
Two such essential qualities be loosened Do this in remembrance status, or Catholic laymen and laywomen taught little doctrine It seemed too good to b.
He is in the world, but not V. Gannon, left Father Julien followed the and stressed
which could be selectedare of me; And, be. to be apostolic witnessesto simply true. But there it was in
concern for the clarity of hold, I am with you all days of it; he accepts the world tradition of saying a first Mass at the Oldest the truths of Christ in their such things as: Believe in print in the King James version .
Christian conviction and a even to the end of time. (Mt. but is not directed by it; he Mission following his ordination on April 25. lives and in their environ God; be obedient; go to as well as in the Douay
world but seeks to
passion for Christian charity. Mk. Jn. passim.) loves ment, the great promises of church on Sunday; be honest; version of the Bible. Why had
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have his love create new
Clarity of conviction and Yet, seen through human the aggiornamento will be tell the truth; don't steal our ministers never preachedon
world which
charity of heart: these are eyes and described in human forms in a may lost The Biblical renewal swear, drink or smoke. these verses or never even

the roots of a life nobly lived terms, the Priest stands in what seek to it hide can and and even should destroy do. Holy Father ends use the liturgical reform and the They spoke vaguely of re referred to them? After class

T It seem that every new catechetics will be con. demption, grace, Judgment, Father answered my questions .
r Priest may is thus a prophet one fined to a few, an elite, but heaven and hell, and gave in a kind and friendly
I who speaks to his generation of ceremonial fans not affecting the great rank the impression that God was manner, and Immediatelywon
about God and God's ways and file of the faithful," he somewhat arbitrary in choosing my admiration.
the souls that to be
said. were
with the people of this gen. VATICAN Soon I learned of Chrlot'i
CITY (NC-Pope) Paul VI has ended the saved. This in
eration. And this Is true; (The convention was attend. developed mea t. the
promise safeguard
use of the ornate ostrich fans and silken which subconscious fora
but, unlike the prophets of canopy ed by the St. Augustine diocesan searching Church's teaching from error
Israel, the modem Priest formerly magnified the splendor of papal processions on director off CCD, Mon- God who Is fair. The last and that clinched It.
John F. Wells and place I thought of looking for
signor ,
prophet has no extraordinary ceremonial
Earlier this he
occasions. began
of year using Father Henry J. Miron.) such a God was in the Catholic Transferred to Camp
charism whereby ( spite
the crosier which had
episcopal disappeared>i from papal Church.
himself) he may attract his Grant, I continued instructions
people. usage in medieval times curved to--which hal bB Wholesome use During World War II, I was with Father Francis

He has only himself with Officials of the College: of in general use only since the taking the Army specialist Zwlllmg and Father Felix
all his humanity, his talents, Pontifical Masters of Cere 13th century Pope Paul of leisure time training program at the University Andrews, was baptized and
acquired and native and his monies say no document has uses a more primitive form of Illinois and we received my first Holy Communion
,4 "i ,.. weaknesses.This been issued on the fans and surmounted by a cross. urged by Vatican were quartered in the Newman -a truly happy day,

I is why the convictions canopy but that the Pope had In late February, when he Foundation residence I decided to study for the
of the Priest are so essentialto conveyed his desire I for conferred Confirmation on 12 VATICAN CITY (NC-) halls. One morning there Priesthood and was ordained.

him As Paul put it1: we greater simplicity. Congolese) converts at a Massat Catholics have a grave dutyto came over my roommate's Now my great goal Is to
are mortal but we have an the Human Basilica of St. develop the wholesomeand radio the news: "In 1943 a share with the greatest pos
The fans, called "flabella, profitable aspects of the total of 90822 converts .
eternal treasure in our keeping Paul Outside the WaUs he were sible number the most precious
topped eight foot poles and use of leisure time In the received into the Catholic
the shell of which Is of used treasure In the world-
were used to flank the Popeas a crosier surmounted bya modern world the Vaticanhas "
perishable J earthernware. Church in the United States. 'my holy Catholic faith.
large akin to
cross a

he carried his processional
was on said. What in the world I
How perishable the shell isis wondered
portable throne at major public cross. At Easter In letter sent In the
only too obvious even to a name could have caused so
however the
the youngest of Priests and ceremonies. The processional ,crosier Pope appearedwith of Pope Paul VI to Annecy many people to do such a Daytona Beach
to the more astute of laymen. canopy was carried< a topped by a France, for the naUmal con. strange thing?
over the Pope Both had been crucifix of contemporary de- vention of the union of Catholic
r How easy for the Priest to How astonished I would
sign depicting Christ
used since the Middle
In France
organization ,
reconcile his tensions throughthe have been if someone had
for ceremonies such as coronations slumped down on a cross
compromise of convic. fashioned to roughhewn Amleto Cardinal Cicognani, told me that within a month Welcome! Travelers
and Christmas and represent
tion. A world utter the papal secretary of state,
can I would be taking the steps
Easter Masses boughs of a tree. Furniture
siren like cry: Don't be so stated the Holy See's attitude that would number me with
St. Catherine of Siena authoritarian, so dogmatic, In another elimination of toward the new problem of the thousands who would be Perth tni, Patie; SeWaH'tl

so unyielding In principle.If regal pomp, Pope Paul haslet Of Pope Pius VII the use of the Increased leisure received the following year Rattan. Wr'IIght InsAIW..MYeI .

Catherine Banincata, holt only the Priest would lapse the use of the tiara, time created by modern
or three-tiered crown, which ROMK( technology. That radio announcement Highway; I-Omens' leeeft
Daytona Beach feed day was April 30, was conform to the world. Yet, (NC) -The private
born in Siena In 1347, At the rather than becloud and Popes have worn, at major library of Pope Pius VII has The letter saldt"Following Jolted me Inca a realizationthat
age of 33 she died. Yet in that muddy the clarity of his non.liturgical (ceremonies. finally found a home in the the Catholic Church

short lifetime her achievement vision of God, the Priest On Easter Sunday he chose Benedictine abbey of Cesena, profound makes her appeal not only U La France
Furniture lab were such that ih. became the must respond to these murmurings to miter Italy, In accordance with a changes which have occurredIn barn Catholics but ai* !. Inquiring
wear Bishop's
treating Corals patron saint of Italy. with the clear words while bring a carried Into St. directive of the Italian gov the structure of society in minds .f ether faiths. Uniforms

LLOYD COX In her youth St. Catherine I of Paul: Peter's basilica and while ernment. the course of the centuries, Catholic friends in the out. I 131 Magnolia
subjected herself to great mortifications We are the ambassadors of The Pope, who died In 1823 the Church as such K longer
from the fit
speaking balcony pointed out to me that Woman t Men AI
Office SuppliesCL ; her only support dur, Christ and lie speaks to you outside after having been held cap has to fulfill the role which Typo

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HOMEMADE PASTRIES FREE PARKING Study new liturgy, St. Paul, Daytona Beach Service end Parts
Father Michael Madden of St Paul pariah Father Madden Patrick Fain! Robert AU White Ronald Kelly Frank Jewell Thomas On Al Makes

trained these men as commentators to bury James Kathman Timothy Prugh Mi. Minihan and Frank Novak. Not preset at FREE r; !
lord I. aid the people In getting accustomed to the chad McCarthy, James Vealf'! Jr. back row, the time were Robert Collins Charles Con. C & C Sew.Vac

Daytona Moving & Storage Co. 3 new liturgy: front row, from the left William Michael Restuccia, Cosmo Dadabo, James Ion. Michael Eland. Sam Catalan. Anthony

Agents ALLIED VAN LINES INC. Karp, Junes Veale Sr., Norman La. Mallory John McCarthy Walter Hoaford, Fiortto, Walter Phelan. George Glide, Pit. 714 N. .,dg...*..

AtTO'A( nSIASD Motte Daniel Kilbridf, Anthony Polemenl Ed Riley Ed Kertia, Joseph Smith. Robert rick lamer, Michael Mallory, Just N r* .f Meeo

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God's help said making man's work complete JOLINES
DKeuntSar0es VVTICAV fiTr( ) and distributors of electrical maty He places thus at the of nature which the tnteHi-
Without reference to God energy sen'ice of men. But In the end genre of man brags together dam. TRAVEL BUREAU
even the most perfect work of Speaking In French, he recalled he makes of It a gift to the transforms and amplifies. rf OA nON.... \Inc.Ate. .
FURNITURE man remains Incomplete, attending the Inauguration Creator who 1s the source 01aU "May e S eem,X.p; T* .*.
your con CL J-U41 322 N.. leech S.....
Pop Paul VI has told members of an immense dam in things. be that o( turning your
of an International Sardinia in 1923 and said he souls always toward Him in
Thus without suck ref.erence
:elacion. group studying problems of was thrilled when he saw Vat a
Large SHOWROOMS t. God" pep Paul such a way that, bringing to FOURTH CENEUTION ""
Quality Furmtare electric utilities. the dedication bucnptkHi began Continued "human your brothers the benefits e/ JEWEIERS .SINCE IM-|

Robert L Whiter Pr... The Pope gaa .special with the words" : "To God even the ,moat highly<< activity perfected electrical energy you do not Wm. A. Ritzi
audience (April 27> to representatives the Father scold remain fail to nourish your souls with & Sons
Off from eight The Pope continued Man Incomplete.
Municipal Airport Highway 2 countries : spiritual energies which contact Beget cal
Shewroemt Opposite Terminal lending to a meeting of the International exploits to the greatest extent "It is the Creator who has with God alone can produce a. 2.un Jewel.,
union of producers possible his own 111,.. placed in jour hands forces in them." As.rc.; Gen. s. oty In N. bad Sf.Of .


fourth centennial Nine The Florida Catholic", Friday May ', 1965

I Visiting prelates see large role l.t Radio-TV foundation to-

for Philippines in Far EastCEBU ; : implement council decree

,, WASIIIXOTO.V (XC)-Tn Catholic Radio and Tele-
ClTCA( ) number of ranking churchmen bors. May we fulfill our destiny
Apoatolate Foundation (CARTA) wa launched at
here to mark the fourth centennial celebration of the In. to be the lighthouse, the a meeting here
troduction of Christianity to the Idv.I.rd of the faith
Philippine, have declared -
The CARTA board of
directors held 1U first
I that this the of Christ In meetingon
Wand republic hall precursor
a large to play In
Asia' April 21 and selected the following offlceri: Joseph
the Christian
religion to the
rest of Southeast
C.rdlnalltlltl'r of St. Louis
Asia. The celebrations began chairman; Archbishop JohnJ

Behind many of their expressed he gee s ....>..re d.....k ..,_ (April 28) with a colorful pro. Krol of Philadelphia ptreident; Donald McGannon of
.n" cession of native boats Wcstinghouas Broadcaatlng
erences to the spread of which s1e Company, vlce-preeMentJ:
communism In urging the Filipino people to bore venerated statue of and auxiliary Biahop John
nearby tents of the CARTA award.
the Infant Jesus to the shoreline
be faithful to the social teaching -
Aalan countries Donovan of Detroit, treasurer.
of the Church la the face site where mass meetings Those who received the
One of the scheduled high of alhtlitle communism were held. The statue, believed 91 CRTIw.rd were representatives !'
lights of the celebrations in to have been carried Members cf the CAHTA of flue Catholic
this only Catholic nation In A similar theme was developed here by Magellan, was borneon fraternal Insurance
the Far East ii the foundingof by Archbishop Carlo a miniature Spanish galleon board of directors are: Arch. that hate pledged companies financial ..

a seminary which will train Martini, apostolic nuncio to recalling the ship that bishop Patrick A. O'Boyle of assistance to the CARTA
Filipino missionaries for other the Philippines, In a carried Washington i Archbishop John
messageto Miguel Lopes de Legazpl c cGilbert P Cody of New Orleans! Foundation te assure better
Asian nations. those attending the cele here In IMS to found
% programing ea
brations."While, Bishop Victor J, Reed of Oklahoma
Ildebrando Cardinal Anton. the first Christian settlement. Arthur and television.
lulU, prefect of the congregation atheistic materialism Nearly 800,000 persons
of Columbia
Hull Hayes
of religious and the representative Is threatening the conquest watched Cardinal Antonluttl Accepting the awards were
of Pope Paul VI of the world with tremendous crown the statue and heard Broadcasting William Thomas System'Hamilton, Radio of; John B. Hems and R. Winging

at the observances here, force and seal, the him state that he actually for the Western CsthoUa
VYNDUTV South Bend, and
urged a group of Filipino Catholic Philippines must crowned "four centuries of F,Hartford of \VTOPTV Union; Theodore J, Hlegel
Priests to bring about a ".Y""" stand as a bulwark-something apostolic labors performed George for the Catholic Knights of
thesis between the Malayansoul that is possible only by under the sweet Inspiration of Washington: America,' Joseph F Walsh
Francis J. Matthews of St.
and the truth of Christianity means of firm fidelity to the this Divine Infant." and Sullivan show set, Orlando Louis Is the executive secretary for the Catholic Knights In.surance *
Gospel and Its social mes The Cardinal said the powerof Society> Francis II.
Quoting Pope Plus XII Cardinal sage" he said.Archbishop Christ's love was being Student at Bishop Moore High from left include background Albert Alberts for the Catholic
Julio Rosales In a message to Cardinal Knights of St George and
Antonluttl said the
in countries such as School have been
proven practicing scenes Kunre, Dan Bourclert: foreground
flitter on behalf of Pope Paul Fred
Catholic Church never bound of Cebu declared that "be T Beck for the Catholic
the Congo where victims
were lib this from The Mikado by Gilbert Gary Thomas, Amy Caruso, Tatty VI, Amleto! Cardinal Clco-
Itself, Is not binding Itself sides being the cradle of suffering under anti-Catholic Knights of Ohio.
and must never bind Itself to Christianity" In the Philippines forces. and Sullivan. They will present the Geary, Tracy Karncst. and Rlrk Mfr gnanl, papal secretary of The CARTA Foundation la

any one culture. He said he this city "logically be. show, May 9 and 10. at the hall in Or. rilL state, extended best wishes to a response undertaken in the

hoped the Filipino clergy comes the center for Its On the following day Cardinal Undo at 7:30: p.m. Members of the cast the new organisation and United States to Implementthe

would "successfully create a spread into Asia. Antonluttl told a Catholic congratulated the first res lp. decree on the communications .

culture! Christian la Its essence action convention here Bishop Moore media passed by the
"We stand at the rrotsroadsef
that "anjone who would sir SII'onl'aUr..
Council In
but with Asiatic
accent our hlitory .. a ('hrIIU,,, that Is
today the apottotate 1963.!
adding that he hoped Guidelines to praise in music
the union of the 7000 Islandsof nation, Archbishop: Rotates the exclusive work of the High School The decree calls for .
continued. se e -
would therefore
the Philippine archipelagoInto clergy neglecthis ORUSDO The BUhop tenth use ef radii and tel .
one nation would presage "We have been growing In himself own outside vocation the Church"Ifs and put Moore Chorale is prepared to offered to bolster new liturgydesire tlilns. together with ether
the of the of faith these 400 The
unity people our years. present Gilbert end Sullivan's media ef rommniilcatlim, In

Asia with Christ. time has come for us to pats said to the lay people operetta, The Mikado. Two riuLiM.niiNO\ : ( ) -- The new liturgy offers i sty of the Church to have earning. tul the Church's

The Cardinal concluded by the torch of faith to our neigh- that they should be consciousof performances will be held: challenge and an ol'portunlChurch ( that have not confront people sing, and It Is not Important teaching mlnlna.

their active and militant one on May I at 7 30 p.m. musicians since dent times, nome 3000 music l( whether It Is good or It directs that Catholic In-
If all cannot and bad music, as long as there Is
position. cooperate one on May 10 at the
educators dividuals'
ORLANDO WINTER PARK were toll here and organisations
fully in the hierarchlat same time. participation
apostolate! he said, all should Auxiliary Bishop John J, Graham of Philadelphia and support In every possible waya
contribute nevertheless as The IIptr'UIIll be staged coadjutor Archabbot Rem ert GeorgeVrakland 0 gn.. "This Is not the wUh of the national apostolate for better

Mildred I"",,' much as they can within the la the $t. Charles parish Social president of the Church V uric Association of America Church" Arrhabbnl Weak- use of miss communications .

limits of their potential. hall.The urged delegates to the 18th land declared. citing the Archbishop K to I l. a
MARY CARTER PAINT STORES ity and especially charity" "hundreds of documents" member of the pontifical I com
cast of characters annual convention of the
he declared. which he said make clear mission for radio and television .
"Where you buy one cjillon G.t one I,.." Herman J. Heidrich Include Kill Fenrlch as the National Catholic Music I the need for ,high artistic laid the Church has

1)17 Edgowater ORLANDO 725 W, CUrch & Sons Mikado, Gary Thomas as Educators Association! tIctt'pt He urged Ms hearers ti standards' !I. Church music, made meager use of radio
Nankl Poo lake ",rul to tnalntalimuilc
Albert Kunze as rare and television
e...... ... /elpM.. Ko Ko; Kick Merrill aa I'ooh the challenge of sacred In spirit and "It Is most unfortunate," he
., t..., t.... ".d ,.......... Bah; Dan Itourcler ai Phh providing artistic and Inspiring artlitlc la loran continued "that In this country .

.cvaia ..,". r.o.c Tush; Amy Caruso and Patty musical I I settings the door to liturgical music ORLANDO
"The matter Is too sacredto
Geary as Yum Yum; and for congregational singingof has swung wide open and
MA Phyllis Caruso a. Katiiha. vernacular Mass permit either musician" or let In every amateur strummer. WINTER PARK
too much ht
FAIRVIEWCleaners Admission will be M cents, Tailors of souls," Bishop pastor liberty, liturgical music Is no
continued. "We deal here not
& Laundry Graham declared In his sermon place for the cult of the ama
with laboratory mire; we deal
7707 MANDARIN DRIVE t w.xDep.nd.bl. Orlando at the opening convention with Immortal souls, and teur. YOU WILL LIKE
I. F.tri, Cue Mans In the Cathedral olSts
"I am not saying that there I
PHONE ISJeW .. tMH r ST. JAMES Peter and Paul (April what wo give them to sing eur ample parrlrif." spaee
II"ij Is no place In Church music!
F.H.A. RESALES $10000 Doa 41 wets, CMende may bring them closer to the
"look clothe at ese sew were
The 8L Elisabeth Guild of %71, to you to altar of God or turn them for folk and popular elementsIn
the sacred texts la music of Why net vlilf us tedey
St. James parish will sponsora ." general What I am sayingIs
Conner Mr Them WdtkMI4. card party on May 13 at I beauty and Inspiration" away At the opening general set that these elements In the Children's

RAY-MEARS JEWELERS I .) 4* for local ads In pm. In the clubroom, Cath- He reminded mule educators slon Archabbot Weakland received hands of the amateur In I

ths.na.Fureitle. ; cart and lUdgewood. Donation that the suereis ef Ih.IlIlIrlk.1 an NCMRA; citationfor thou( Insipid and false Imitations Clothes Line

Guarantee To Save You Up To 25%" is one dollar/ and all are revival "drprnds on his "activity\ and IntereitIn of true folk and even" I Cuss ......*.. l>r. welcome. Refreshments will parishes large and small," the fields. of secular and jail art -are to be decried

and More On Your GRADUATION GIFTS RowpKohtcrod be served. .hlrb mutt be prvtktrd ..lIhmu.lt liturgical music and muale.duration.
At Prkei Yew Cot AHa1 suitable le their needs ," Fee 41 Years
A OPERATED PHONE GA M4S2 Free Eitimtte; and He saId the new, liturgical
IY 20 II' So. Ave. WALTER MCNGES Anhabbot Weakland of ttlncenfs reforms make a new kind of
p.?. i SUSAN NURSEY RWEARSOWNED /,I GA Or''J' Clothier Te >>>ha \'! Arthabbtjr In U- Church music necessary, O:I AT WINTER PARK

DIAMONDS WATCHESJIWELt'f Tie ria.t I* Me.'. \tear robe Pennsylvania, In his "It Is historically falie." he with, TRUST DEPARTMENT ToUphenei 44/-JOOO

goo X. OIU. GIG A\ K. keynote idms at the openIng declared, "to aunt that chant Member F.D.IC.
REPAIRS 14 North Orange A... or classlral polyphony were
cnwr.ta rase o..aL general session
Acres FroM >(. Jamee saw congregational
LEWIS-COII participation In written fur participation) of Aisle, Mobil Horn, tWneti, Modernlution and Personal loans

r EXTERMINATING CO.Inf.t'iiM the liturgy ushering In a newera the faithful, Almost all the Safe, Deposit 10'11/5"3', Acc'lIlIh/Ch.cUII'J Accounts

MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN IMSlift In Church music chant we know and certainlyall

.p,... S." ,.. a.. III AQUINO'SSERVING "This period Is new" he the polyphony, was sung

Individual Fried Chiclen Dinner $1.00 .*te>4. ...-...* said, "pr< THE lied groups, THOMSON & McKINNONIN
.. ... categories of musk hithertoused
Family Bucket O'Chicien $3.95 FINEST ITALIAN FOODS
In the Church, although The recent ronitltulloM ..
Fee till ""f be tIn DINNERS FROM ORLANDO SINce It24Momb
R.h Dinner $1.00 adequate' for their time, are the liturgy maker rlear, .he
REAL ESTATE ... 4)0 P.M. U I MiOO I ,.M.
not sufficient. to meet all the.
Shrimp Dinner $1.15 said, "thai the Church witheste f Now York Stock b'hanoe,
Henry C. Douglas LOUNGE present demands. preserve. the. Ireaiuree of r
'ar.ow COMPLETE DINAFRS TO CO IU N. Ma/s.1. o.42U260 210 Orlando A*.. W.P. "M nr. than that, the new .her past """rll'lI-.h.nt and end ethic prln Ip.t oi SERVEOV
422-004 Hwy 17-t Ml 7WO period\ has committed Itselfnot polyphony-nit just In eo. CORNER! CENTRAL MAGNOLIA PHONI !4MtlOCoittrol
Hey 1741 Fere Park TK Wit only to try to create the reel and on. the itafe, but In
re I. Drain BL Tr., Orlando C1C Mm music needed iww, Ut a!*> a Iraly llUriksl setting.
Silver Mar '_ Pine Him Rd. l"YFAt.awr" )42S2 AU NOT THELARStST U preserve the best of the
Lee Rd 2U*Uf BILL BARDOE Iwo previous' pnrkMls-the "We will have t4 become Fluids Only

Lake tortes Rd. & K.: Coloalal t774iSltO IITT WE TRY periods of Gregorian. chant accustomed to hearing this
mil(. Ave., Saaferd m.'IU 70 IE THE FRIENDLIEST) and classical pdyyflo ray" rmislo" .. forming a part, but
SAYE ON YOUR Bishop Graham was celebrant not the whole nor d<> 1 fed Our elm Ii U coKtlnuo, (I. sine f milli of tide ar.. with theM

P.A"" NEW CAR DEAL ef the opening solemn even the major pert of our ef the Iii.fiance.
41/0'C wind are, eourtny and somldoritioni: ref'd1M -
c..fI' D liturgy The major p"r1Mn
PS.' pontifical Man, at which anew
btnme iJ/ cirtwmiUncM II wo lie,. for many y..rt from ew

Ce peunded QII....,!' .W, I of the aotUag Mass In tf English the. Ordinary, composed will musk have that to fits the" new DM new demandi sews localise on Late Ivtnheo.E .

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no Florida Catholic, Friday, May 7, 100:1(: Florida Reports


U. S. rescues 20 Sisters ., 1 MelbourneOUR LADY OF LOURDESThe

1 .4 w ,
installation dinner of
the U omens' Club of Our
from Dominican Republic 3fa ( 1 i' Lady of Lourdes parish was

held recently at the Red

Rooster Restaurant. Mrs.
.., "... ...) transferred
|1.: IHBV r- others were to Including the children and James Lacher, president of
said Dominican soldiers and another ship, the USS Yancey babies aboard the diocesan council installedthe

civilian rebels tore into the and arrived in Puerto Rico She also had praise for the following officer: Mrs.
hotel lobby carrying tommy aboard it after a 15-hour trip American mother James A. Ralph president:

guns and forcing the evacueesto Sister Guillelma expressed "Many of them were accompanied Mrs, Donald DeFillips, vice-
seek shelter behind lug. admiration for the "helpfulness by five or more president; Mrs. R J. Kirby,
gage under tables or huddled self] -sacrifice and cour children. Their i husbandswere recording secretary; Mrs.
together against the dining age" of Marine and Navy per. still in Santo Domingoand ; f' ; Jeremiah Toomey corresponding
room wall"Outside sonnel who worked hard for yet they remained calm 0 secretary; and Mrs
she said, shots the comfort of the evacuees, throughout she said 4 Ellis Knowles treasurer
were fired over the heads of y Father Michael V. Gannon
"We had so many of our
I11rnI and children the Bishop /Issenmannnow students on the ship that we a'r director of the Mission of
who threw themselves on
Nombre de Dios
could have held classes spoke on the
ground for safety.. heads NCWC there," Sister Guillelma said 400th anniversary celebra
Later, a two hour "safe tions to be held this year.
passage agreement" permitted Their pupils had not reported :
a caravan of buses and press department for classes in Santo Domingo '- SanfordALL
cars to transport more than since April 23. S 1

1000 evacuees to the port of WASHINGTON (SCI) -Co- Included in the group of ; 4 !: SOULS
llama where U.S. Marine hell- adjutor Bishop Clarence G. Adrian Dominicans evacuatedto w The Women's Club of All

copters ferried them to the Issenmann apostolic admin. Miami were Sister John Souls parish recently had installation .

USS Wood County the USS istrator of the diocese of Marie, of Owosso Michigan, of officers at the
Boxer and the USS Raleigh.The Cleveland was elected episcopal Sister Jacqueline Marie, Syla- ; Capri Restaurant in Sanford.
Wood County sailed for chairman of the press Installed at this dinner were
cauga Alabama, Sister Don. C. 1
Puerto Rico The other two department of the National aId Marie, Tucumarl New Mrs. Nancy Michels president
coast Catholic Welfare Conferenceat Mrs. Bridget Kolarik
vessels remained off the Mexico, Sister Imelda Marie, ,
until April 28. Then the Sis- the spring meeting here of Vero Beach \icepresident; Mrs. Eloise
sent the NCWC administrativeboard. Hickson, treasurer; Mrs.Madahne .
ten and other evacuees Also .
Sister Mary Noel, Chicago
to the Boxer were transferredto ; Sister Mary Inez, St. Family of new Priest attends Mass at Mission Coveney, recording
and it headedfor secretary; and Mrs. Nancy
the Raleigh
He succeeds to an office Clare, Michigan; Sister Ma.
Puerto Rico But after relinquished by Lawrence rion Vincent tort Pierce, The family of Father William L. chael V. Gannon, director of the Ohio, aunt, Mrs Cleo Davis of Huckelbone, correspondence

four hours, the Raleigh was Cardinal Shehan of Balti Sister John Clare and Sister Stahlcr, ordained on April 25, witnessed Mission; Jerome and Jerry Stabler Marathon, Florida, aunt; and Mrs secretary

ordered back to land its Ma. more. Michael Eilese, both of Detroit the new Priest first Massat both of Green Cove Springs, neph Edith: Masteller, also of Sidney, Mrs. with A Durant was presented
rines which it did on April a past I're.id'nt'lpin
; Sister Kenneth Claire, the Mission of Nombre de Diosin ews; Mrs. Leo Stahlcr, mother; Fa. aunt The Priest's parents residein by chairman
29. Cardinal I Shehan, then program ,
On April :30, the Sisters and Archbishop was elected head Lolm Lansing, a;native and of Sister the Dominican Marie St Augustine. Attending the ther Stahler; Leo Stabler, father; Green Cove Springs. Mra. Dorothy Raines.

of the NCWC press department Republic. Mass were, from left, Father Mi. Mrs. Agnes Gchring of Sidney, Guest speaker for the eveSsing

Jeered In RussiaBLRLIV last November, but upon Also Sister John Elizabeth was Father Richard
his elevation to the sacred Lyons who give a most informative .
(NC) Travelers (daughter of Mr and Mrs.
of Cardinals earlier talk about his tours
returning here from Moscow John Schmagner( of Bradrn-
this year became an ex officio ton) and Sister Jean in Rome.
told how hundreds of Moscow Joseph,
students jeered at Priests and member of the administrativeboard Chicago: ; Sister Mary Juanita,

churchgoers during Russian Detroit; Sister Dominic Ma. Pope Paul appeals for world Plant CityST.

Orthodox Easter celebrations Auxiliary Bishop Philip M. rise, Santurce Puerto Rico, peace CLEMENT

25)). The Russian Hannan of Washington con Sister Mary Dominicus, Deer- Father David R, Cronin Installed ,
April '
((.nlUu'tf from p.e..1) blessing by prayer, praying The Pope left it up to theworlds Lady and so highly recom
tinues assistant
as episcopal field
Church celebrates Easter a Michigan, all of whomare the new officers of the
chairman tlculdrly, a gift from God; indeed with constancy and Bishops to inform mended by supreme Pontiffs .
of the NC\\C
week later than the Western press instructors in the parochial St Clement Altar Society at
watchfulness as the Church Catholics of his desire for .
Church. department. school at San Juan de la :II anklndI III enjoy peace the installation banquet in
Observers said Soviet police Bishop Issenmann holds a Maguana. 125 miles from "\lhC'nIf' finally deserve to has always prayed from her May prayers and to providefor In referring to the need to the Shaw Taw Restaurant In
earliest days, and in a special whatever special
had to be summoned to control doctorate in journalism and Santo Domingo! Also Sister receive It from Almighty prayers pray also for the ecumenical Brandon last week.
way calling on the interces are to be offered in individual
the students ho shouted served for a time as associate Mary Susanne, Detroit; Sister (."d." he laid."Thl'rrtore. council the Pope said; "This Mrs William Iroh'ich Is
sion and
protection of the dioceses, But he recommended
"God is a fraud. Go back to editor of the Catholic Tele- Marie Giles Miami Beach, momentous event confrontsthe the new president: Mrs K J
Virgin Mary who is Queen ofI'eace" in the
the dark ages" Some of the graph Register, newspaper and Sister James Clare, Chi. ," he declared, particular rosary, Church with the immense Franco, vice.president. Mrs
youths made threatening gestures of the archdiocese of Cincinnati cago, instructors at a catechetical "we will do our utmost to 'the prayer to dear to Our problem of how to renew herself Alex Sanchez, treasurer. and

at the Priests. center in Las Matas. obtain I this incomparableSuperior in accordance with the !Mrs William Parolml, score.
needs of the times On its out.
__ ,
I Church World come will depend for a long taryMrs. Aim. Pyl presentedthe

time to come the future of past presidents pm to

the spouse of Christ and the !Mrs James Cruickshank, the
r Consecrated destiny of innumerable souls.It .
Pope speaks outgoing president
Is God't great time In the It was announced that St
VATICAN CITY ,>C) VATICAN ('ITsrl( ) life of the Church and in Anselm's is the parish which
The first delegate "'
apostolic Pope Paul M gave an audience world history. St. Clement's has adopted in
for Central Africa. Monsignor -
Lulell'oggl.liII be consecrated to a group of 300 pilgrims The Pope's letter said I "Project Bahama"

an Archbishop In the the majority of them prayers are needed for completion .
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the fourth and last ''''""
Rome basilica of St. Charleson Anglicans, who stopped off in
May 9 by Amleto Cardinal council session and for the
Rome to visit ohm on their Subscribe now
Cicognanl successful Implementatloa .f
papal secretary of
way to the Holy Land.In .
the councils decisions
r state. ...e..aaH..a..wua
his talk to them in Fng
Archbishop-elect who
has been attached to the sec. lish, Pope Paul recalled his lie added:
retariate of state for several own visit. to the Holy Land in "To obtain God light and '''''.III tout .\\1100.' U'III I

visits Sisters in TampaThe years, will have his headquarters 1964. The relics of that land, blessings on this great volume .
in \aounde. Cam. he said, "serve to impress of work ahead of us, wt .I

RcdemptorlsU Fathers and chial schools staffed by the Sisters front, Father J Ellison CSSR, eroun His territory will consist upon( all people the ever timeIv place our confidence in her Il i

Saleslan Sisters cf St John Bosco of her order The Florida faculty Father G. Hines CSSR, Father of five 'rtnch..praking message of charity which whom we had the Joy of proclaiming '

who staff St. Joseph's School In members arc, from left, back- James 0'M alloy C.SS.R.. the school republics: Camcroun Chad Christ wished to teach men Mother of the ,'- N lr r .... .

Tampa, Florida, last week welcomed ground, Mrs. M. Fernandez, Sr. prefect; Mother Elba: Mother ron o-nrazzavUle. Gabon and of all tIme." from Church the at beginning the last session of the ALUM'NU"Iua"'uitM.r. W

the Reverend Mother Elba, Rosalie Ann, Sr Roberta, Sr Mildred Lydia, provincial' ; and Sr. Angelina the Central African Republic council she has been unstinting ... N.r .w.. MMw. rooo.. 'r HMN
assistant general, of Turin, Italy, Sr Inez Sr. Jerome, Sr. principal and superior Salesians elect Orthodox join In her lovmj help and ern "l,-uy'r.'N..N 4 y,N, Trio I r
....._ . .
who is on a visitation tour of paro Mary, Sr. Frances, Sr. Louise; :NR\S\M.! IndiaC( ) will certainly not fail to con AI ,._-,.,, ,..... _._
.- superior general About 140 Syrian Orthodox tmu her assistance to the Y... a PN.n e..* Is son IN

Rom: (NC-Italian) Father Christians members of 10: final stage of the work."

I Calendar of coming events Luigl Rlcceri S D B, has families, were received into

ST. AUGUSTINE been elected the sixth successor the Catholic Church in the "M I R-A-C L E"

Dance, May I, 8 p.m. 'to 1 Bazaar Bishop Kenny High (Ocala, May 9 to :May( tI, holy of M John Bosco as headof largest single conversion rePorted
a m. Clearwater Beach Memorlal School Jacksonville the more than 22.000 Sa!". here In three vrars Lotion
May 9. hours each nemng at 8 p m ,
I Civic Center, Mother Operetta "The Mikado" Father Rayner Ot'.M., Tans throughout the world the They became members of Eip.ci.ffy r.cemm.ndd II .n .lit; in Hit. trtttmtnt lot d:..
Club of Blessed Sacrament May 9 and 10 at 7:30: p.m.. St speaker Father Riccerl succeeds Fa Syro-Malankara of Tiruvalla rite diocese I comfort du. to dry/ Ktly rein. FUNGUS infection cf t>-.
then Renato S D B .
School Seminole sponsor Charles social hall Orlando Card party, st. James clubroom Zigglotti h.ndt. nabs LARS, ATHLETES foot, PSORIASIS, rash
Dance, May 8, beginning at Bishop Moore Chorale, *|x>nsor Orlando 8 pm. May who guided the congregation!: The Svro-Malankara rite prickly hut, chtfnq/; end tunburn. G;.., a t.ft *.Kr,t U*
9 lkl Club for the past 12 years but who was established In 1932 for refunded/ if Mt.if td.
p.nt"o Tarpon 11. St. Elizabeth: Guild, sponsor ( Uiturt. Only $1.25. Monty nee
informed his general congre! Syrian Orthodox Christian p
Springs, \\omon t Guild of Forty Hours Devotions. .
St. Ignatius parish sponsor, Blessed Trinity Church, Rummage sale. May 11. 14 \gallon: that he felt unable to who wished to !be reunited
THOMPSON ervt another term with Rome It now has IWOno)
and IS, I Halifax Shopping Cen
members and 350 Prietft 24 CoJortd Peeler S+aTpe
..n"BAilEY her, Ormond Heath, Women's The election was completed ; ; .f
Last Syrian Orthodox Hi91.1htl ery
Club sponsor! at the second vole (.Iprll 27)) year 400thhn.. .
Florida .. .
Faith of Fathers'w'.kly spokesmen\ std Catholic of I..\ "
Sf.Auguit.n.-VA4UJI I I' our Card party, May 14. 7 p m., tl the Sileslant pontifical the Syro-Malankara rite t i '. v Price $1.00 includtt" dttcnp-
social hall of Blessed Sacrament College In Rome
tit fold" with Iir
I Cathedral ittmpt
should .
b required to returnto
.Au..lIn.tali.. proar.me r..lurY''. r'rI.i..5 Ii', Diu,.., ..rSt. and parish Seminole, Altar The 19th general chapter the Syrian Orthodox Church r wwnq;o; write t.!
Rosary Society '
sponsorK opened April 8 and was attended as a condition for Christian florid. Pctttr St.ptP.
Jacksonville WIVY, 1050 iceS. of C state t convention
.+urd.y, 12:10:I p.m.' May 15-18, U>'ager Mote.. by the> superiors' and unity O. lot Ins
Daytona Beach delegates\: from 73 provinces Und O tales. FU.
St. Augustine WFOY, 1240 ''c Father Riccerl was born at Prelate dies
Saturday, 12:10:I pm. Concert presented by Melbourne Mined in Sicily on )May 8,
1 (entnl lithollc High ISWI Ordained in 193. he was BERLIN: (\O-\rchblnhop,
0tYN1yy t Daytona Beach WNDB 1150 'C School I May U 1,1 p.m. at \\r\- assigned to work in Sicily and \Vkxliimien Jasinskl retired GAINESVILLE'S FINEST HOME VALUES

Saturday, 12:10:I p.m bourne ('h Auditorium. IIIblicus \. later was named provincial Bishop of Lodz. Poland who

Melbourne WMEG, 920 ''cS.turdy. Boulevard, Melbourne Inspector at Turin the con was imprisoned by German
t !gregation's motherhouse He In both world wars. died in
:mot, 12:05 pm. Alumni day, St Augustine,
became a member of the Society Warsaw on April 17 at the
Tallahassee WTNT, 1450IcSaturday St Joseph Academy May 23, 'i general staff in Romein age of tl, it was learned here
at 9 a m at Cathedral
12:10 I p.m. Lyceum 1953 and served ai a counselor Poor health caused by hit

? Lake City WDSR, //340 'C CCn open house May 23, 2 Salesians'for the press' and the four years la Bares prison HUGH EDWARDS, INC.

Saturday 12:10 p.m. p.m. to S p m. St John \ian- izations.! cooperating organ following his arrest by the .
soy parish, Orlando. Gestapo in 1941 forced his retirement jrrr TWO BUXTB mow
Use Our Low Cost Madison WMAF, 1233IcSaturday Day of recolleiUon for Refugees aided as Buhop of Lodi In IT. riTRICKt; MIUkH AND SCHOOL

11:45: ..m. women June S. 9 a m to 4 1946. Pope Pius XII named N. C. ItU Ave A Ifck atrttt
Checking Plan NEW FUII (C\r -About him
a titular Archbishop and
Gainesville WDVH no 'C p m, St. Brendan Church,
8000 bags of wheat
were he
Ormond Beach conducted pro- lived In retirement with
Tuesday 940; '.m. by
You cn itlp .f. ceu- rather Neil., \, Safer and.Father tded by Catholic Relief Services the Redemptorut Fathers in
Ocala WMOP. 900 'C Joseph .'. Daley National Catholic Welfare Tanww. EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE
rate> record ef
iptnd- Conference in February and
your Saturday 12:30: p.m. Theater party Sound of March to Tibetan refugees in Ama6.q Mtqd: pI..tic c..tioI 9 sued a *l fyptt eI f *,jrl'UI
ing and rUnt lisp fe Lakeland WDBO, see 'c Music" June 9, Our Lady of northern India The AmernanCatholic o+tnor or .....,tr EWiutw ..19 when. *ppl.4 to Aipfctt
Sunday/ 5:00: l.fl 4.unu Vmyl. Ast-.... Hard Wad .+d Fwrm;
your budgtt with, our p.m. Society. sponsor! agency was only fur., C-eJt..ly tdfbnt,; ,tf p.;**,,,, when. ppUd t. Weod.

simple: charting account sytf Orlando WlAK, 1430 k Parish picnic June 13, relief refugee organisation during to the help two-the wOl'J Mt tl or C:. crttt srfac.s. Tko Fmish; is .%. J9ClIdocl
S.hirday (12:45: p.m. PluHippre Park Safety Harbor for boas td tuttmcbiWt.NO .
month period.ledicaloun .
f tern Our Lady of Lourdes ll COMPETITION
St Petersburg WPIN 660 IcSunJ.y parish Dufledm of Cathedral of A. *. .>. are ..cI..si.. for**!* M eI W. d by .1 bosirws

ST. AUGUSTINE (10:00: un. Retreat for _women Jun. St Augustine. December 8GucharUtw tT&U"Ialllllldtat J..,fry .*J ""-'- N.a fr""Me f*.. M.__ .....+-t

Clearwater WTAN.340/ kc 15 to>> 18 ,Vcadeniy of Holy Congress, St, JJOO MAM*.,* tirvtfit $7000 IIw..+- NATIONAL BANK Saturday/ 12:45 p.m. Namtn. Tampa Augustine. February 30 19(4. roc by Ji...,to >. Ft *ory .iNd j rto .. .4 "Mp Ml lip year
SafetyServk.. Dedication .( ( twerligTom Dedication of \otive "'-a:..... Ftc et...pl.f. desalt .,i,d d.ea p$.a S'we/we write:
Sarasota WSPB 1450 IcSa ( September t, M in\tan ","h.'h. MIUMMI of Nombre e ,.
+.rd.y, (12:15 p.rn. .f Ntmbre: de tHot, St. Aigvs- d. Ptoi, St. Augustine, April CHEM-PLASTICS & PAINT CORP.

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