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 14, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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!! "A RCHBISHOP Hurley called Joseph for P.a Moratorium on doctrinal controvers]) e Mviavaan .ded:

! moratorium on public doc w "We seek the truth in chari

trlnal controversy by high The Archbishop said: and countercharge Our be a moratorium, sot of ed position as is laid down In congratulated the women on which are being prepared for not ty. be The served cause by of dissembling.The unity can.

II placed Catholic in an ad. "The Church of God hat Priests and our people wereat course on discussion but at the Constitution on the the important) role they had our country". genuine interests of both
times confused by the din least on public doctrinal controversy Church But the final author. played in making the new The Archbishop made It
passed through severe and the liturgy and of Christian
dress before the Diocesan of strife Moderate voices by high.placed persons ity in the Church is the Pope. liturgy the established thingin clear that the best of relations
I agonizing trials during these unity will best be served by
Council of Catholic Women past few years. The continuing could not be heard above the In the Church "To think with the Church all our churches They had existed for a long abstaining from those formsof
shrieking of the winds were responsible, he saM, for period bt'twHICatholic.. and
persecution behind the "There be means, in the last analysis, individualistic extremism
last week. can no question
their faiths.The .
the enthusiastic and devoted neighbors of other
Iron Curtain was a tragedyin "Thank God the calm and about the seat of authority In to think with the Pope. Where have which have caused all of us
of the formsof faithful never considered
itself. This tragedy is now reassuring voice of the Pope the Catholic Church. It is the Peter is, there is the Church. acceptance new to dwell so much anguish recently As
Some 500 Florida Cath. compounded by the storm of has now been heard. lie has Pope, the Vicar of Christ, the Hear }'e him". worship themselves to we go forward in the sacred
in a ghetto or live In a state
olio women and their guests contention and wrangling calmed the storm, and the successor of Saint Peter. The The Archbishop also expressed "A satisfactory start has of siege, cause of Christian unity I look
heard the Archbishop at which" has broken out inside troubled seas are dying down Pope like Peter is the rock of the mind of the also been made on the new for great help from our Catholic
the Church. There has beena the truth. The Bishops succeed Church on the decisions of the avenues of ecumenism", said "We have great respect fur women in this most promising
the closing banquet of the time of cross purposes, of "I for one express the de- the Apostles and have Vatican Council regarding: the the Archbikhop "And we now our neighbors and we have of the Church's missions

convention in Cocoa Beach shrill controversy, of charge tout hope that there may now their own divinely establish liturgy and ecumenism He await the new guidelines: every reason to believe that today".

Theflortda I l Diocese honored by Spainat

Catholic t World's Fair ceremonies

NEW: Yon -Arch. vilion of the New YorkWorld' then will be placed on a by the Government of Spain a member of the government's

stone monument at Shaw's with embassy In Washington.The ; .
Fair. was presented a
bishop Joseph P. Hurley,
statue Is on loan to the
Point at the mouth of the medallion In recognition of
01. \\\'I, No, 28 Orlando, Florida, Friday, May 11, 1JM5.1 101 assisted by Governor Hay The eight-foot statue, executed Manatee River in Tampa his efforts to preserve Spanish Spanish Pavilion and will re-
main near the entrance of
don Burns of Florida, un. by the famed Spanish Bay near Bradcnton adjoining heritage America, particularly the busy exhibit, said to( be

veiled Kinking bronze sta sculptor Enrique Perez the De Soto National In Florida. one of the most beautiful and

elect record tue
Women here today before 5000 onlookers the Spanish Pavilion for Prior to the unveiling, Arch by Don Miguel Garcia de In his remarks to the huge:
bishop Hurley was a guestof Saei Commissioner Consul gathering which witnessed the
at the Spanish Pa the duration of the fair, It honor at a luncheon given ef the Spanish Pavilion and unveiling Archbishop Hurley

-- ., -- / praised De Soto as a conquistador
rs.+..nw n way and ...w Cr
of faith He credited the
work for archives explorer with being one of

the "truly great men of common .
American and Spanish

COCO m\Cn-Mra. James I. Lacher of Braden Lacher She Is Miss Anne history
+ The Archbishop also noted
ton has been elected to serve another year as president of Tucker of Bradcnton. s that Spam's religious. legacyto

the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. These officers were Installed America probably could be

Officers of the Council are elected by its board of before a large Spanish statueof traced to the fact that He

directors at the annual convention. Vice-presidents of Our Lady in a candlelight Solo's expedition to Florida
at the ron'fntlOftb.nqu.t
the DCCW are the deanery presidents whose recent elec ceremony of last Included 12 missionaries, tight
on Wednesday
tion at deanery meetingswas Priests and four of the various
third t president; and the week orders
ratified by the convent reflected Mss Viler Kai .,
tion here last week mlereiak. DcLand. of Orlando4cntrsl Mrs. Joseph Schoebert "I salute the noble antlunef
KIM: Gallle, Immediate past
The Council's first \lce- deanery, ( curia president! .f the 1 ('l'W, Installed Spain which endowed us
with rh III II lion and faith"the
president comes from the >lee-president. the ..rrlrtn.A. yk Archbishop told the

same deanery si the diocesan The DCCW board elected she accepted the gavel throng

president Sarasota's Mn. Mn. Thomas Kenna of Neptune + ,
for the second vear in office h 5 He praised modern Spain,
Max Bender of the South tit Beach to serve another Mrs Lacher called the attention 4
"She the first
saying, was nation
Coast deanery.. term ai recording secretaryof of all to the fact that the In our day to alert the

Other deanery presidentswho New the Diocesan Council officers Council.elected lovely antique statue of Our I W ? r ay'4 world to the challenge of :011.:
bad ,
Lady no
and the first.
lessness nation
are Council vice.presidents by the board of the DCCWare Mrs. Lacher encouragedthe
Include the scaly elect.ed Mrs Alvin Barley of women of the Council to to turn back.' the sinister forts
Mss George Slerrs, Tam Ponte \edra Beach, treas.urer of evil.
become Our Lady's arms during ,J He termed the occasion of
pa cf Writ Coait deanery ; and Mrs Mark A.
the coming year. embracing ,
the reminder of
unveiling a
second vke-r>retldent; Miss lie swig of Orlando auditor.
all with dignity,
programs the link between the twe nations
Murphy Tallahassee, The rmreiponding secretary
children la
enfolding) their
and the civilization
ef 'S(. Augustine deascry, was reappointed by Mrs Catholic schools, leading others and religion Spain

In the refinement that is America.
Impressive situationof especially woman's, Archbishop Hurley alse *a.

The St. Asgustlse foundation -: luted Governor Hums f o iMs I

., which Monslgsor efforts to 'preserve cultural

U.S. in fold James J. lleslls Is president, relations: between brain and
space provided exhibits for the roit- America.
Then the Archbishop and the
model of
tenuous, "Including a
('(0)\ llH\ni: Governor lI"nUt'the commanding
United States space exploration the great press which will be a .a.
efforts are more understandable now to the nearly SOO one .( the !SI. Aigitllse quadrke.tesnlal ores bronie likeness of
Catholic and I>e Solo In an alcove near the
women their nests at the Diocesan Council monuments
of Catholic Women'a convention This ls largely due to ... pavilion entrance.Comendador's .
Father Michael V Cannon, conceptionof
an address they heard on May 5 at Ramada Inn The
director' of the Mutton lee Solo Is si a messenger
speaker was Lt Cot John G. Albert, V- *.A,F... chief of hombre de Dies claimed the of civilisation light peace,

the Gemini launch division )histories on display at the and love as the victory over
Beach fer the of in-
at Cape Kennedy. purpose convention for diocesan archives < the world that God gives
that the Genial launch
surisf _
Sixteenth century residents r I those who walk In Hit was,
vehicle checks out and meets
In found it fame 7S cent of the and the universality lit> the
Europe probably all performance requiremetis per Statue of De Soto unveiled at World's Fair
difficult to understand the developmmts Council's 111I: affiliated organiMtiofti message of the Spanish Con'
The spacecraft will
of the of prepared the histones qulstailors J In coming, to
program ,
send two attreaauts I late demon and Ursdenton's
exploration! of the New World ex whether they were Itemand de Solo explorer from there before being permanently Mayor America
until they were enlightened by leaded flight Me spare wit as new as the Divine Merry fain: of the southeastern United placed, in Manatee County by the Sterling Hall. Father Cornelius A. The statue depicts the con-

Colonel Albert's couaterpart, month from Cape KennedyII : Catholic Women's Club at Mates, was the focus of attentionlast Dincene of fit. Augustine Prmld. !lou<
an officer of some Spanish mestl) .i!ed thai ky tlrtue Merritt Island or a. venerable Saturday at the Spanish pavilion Ins?; at the ceremonies were. from the
galleon. home from Florida e( the federal spare as the Cathedral Guild and in the New York Wos Id'a left, Archbishop Joseph, P. /Hurl- .,', f 'at.iJJlh a Ile I S'ito! memorial near Ing In hit right hand s cere

shores 400 years age atency-spaiMred lain ., she Altar Sonets Jacksonville or- Fair The St. Augustine Founda.tlon' Senor Miguel (;ar< la de Sacs (; }list' :I hi'its I U standing behind 1 the mania: rapier, forming across

Colonel Albert, a memberof (ape I" Merrttt Island for fan nations' entries drew heroic statue of the conquistador croon Haydon Burns: R-,bert TJley : Ar 1.1 .j on his :heat The rapier
Chun h of Our Saviour per tilt reaveiHi delegates, they .!audits trot the viewers for who De Huto In lira- ft?:.1 be the vertical ale of
for /
unveiled portrays
Uh, is stationed ta Cocoa I'II'I\UIIU! :' page tea HUMrN: pae ttotea, "a* display 11fO'F1K: :, back life


IWi4 Statue's inscription

5I9L7r'i Inscribed on the pia<*t e in fret of th.,

f).'x-rse's lie Sole statue just swelled( at

the New York "'.,Jd'i Fair are te. .. words

Hernando Ie fete


of the Faith \

F.sptorer of FfefMat '

::scoverer of the Mttiteelafl. IMrrr
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---:nled' Oft Loan la the S.aa***. Pavil.oI I I

I t.; Ar iib<..>Mip Jttf tt I', Harley

Jii lp of M. AtHpteUaef r

:-{tie Perei Ceenendadnr, IeelptorM

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Retreat Sunday

Nest ft. May, May 14, has :

been deesfaated as e/t -

Sunday Uire <1iirt ... Wre -
s f ,;v
.. al M AasjSltlat As SSI 1 r y

Reviews goals of St. Augustine FoundationAr the .pane. the Jheass will

ponce Mere tte Uety. sW es>
IIspeaiL a' r'sT s r1 ) i' A d. Es*: ( n, ,n\# r c P
? .f : --.u puelaWuo asa....a fir rebeau -
.." i..a' ? c'0 r. 4' ,> I. f 1" 5 lea: t. ....>o AnnI
at f It g pi medallion
j, ti ta tie -.... Falser
-..' t.'J.IIWlIt'J A 1t".J l HdtVid -
tr* a a' N a ;
atIrri.aru I. l1Sit. : \0,1. : "
tc i.-s a pJ4e IJwece E: ........ si f a.
t, ..j! a istre aml'r! at 0., ., ...I.nr.1.; .. !.-u I. t, 1..1 Lift l Mans . III tftirfltAton: ',1 ..1"1loll" efrea1o tat i; ;" fur" M 4( (.ar< ia de BaejM :
Fair of the ob- t" axe sf i..rh naval offwwu'eBSJrt Third Naval' fJMin.t.: sad NtsetoArvtrr Cionrru.r ll. .|i.n Hum.
N. w i rk' : Morui a right tar II taw aef cat saeissssssss.ssff Awr.. a Kn.ii hrnt H. M.U )
)"' t a: -* .,f Uwlt Anrwttae FOISB- L .- J', j4ui BmiVmMfo: of 4. Career at flat IpsMsMlesshsaey wgl reksne naUrmtam dv. ap nasserts. Arts***? J-t J' Hurley hen IV award wee made in New York City
ship J... Vh tiaarScano la the hadtfi msjH see she wwhs ahead MIn rt/W/ ,
the tOOth atni5nary traisisissr | .
'*' f n in "tao< n usg rorel-.nl a ...1.11.| ,n ftnrth* gtveraswat MI JUtwUy.
vear The II-"'tsr ( om.....- : Uovrrwr and )Ira Hay. ilpaamh. (lilies at UM siavilk the J... a4 JwJl ech.4. .>( 1'11.111| t',. u.J a1 the pree**.

.JUd' the r?laudation, .b4 CuM doe Bru of Fk>rich, Senor Miguel Yee'




Two The Florid Catholic Friday May\ H, IBft

Reports 1 w '' a1T Women in convention

Maitland Winter ParkST. t adopt DCCW pledgesCOCOA


students of St. Mary Margaret Mary Guild of F..ACII-Officert of the St. Augustine Dice-

Magdalen eighth grade will Winter Park will have its installation Council of Catholic Women concluded their board
graduate on Friday June 5 luncheon at noon, san
of last week, with a review of the
at the 11 o'cock Mass. All May 20, at the Villa Nova Restaurant meeting on Thursday
parishioners and friends are 839 North Orlando resolutions of the 35th annual convention which took

Invited. Avenue, Winter Park. place at Cocoa Beach, beginning on May 3.

Registration for children Bra Chester Kazmierczak Mrs. James L. Lacher of Bradenton, reelected presl.

who attend other parochial president of the Orlando Central 1 I J Jj Jt dent of the Council, report the following resolutions

schools or public school will Deanery will install the adopted by the women in
take place on Saturday May new officers The new officers convention Improvement program.
15, from 1 to 5 p.m. in the will be Mrs Calvin Craig, RESOLVED: That w* express .

school. There will be a registration president, Mrs William RESOLVED: That the St our thanks to the Most

fee which must be Powers, first vice.president; Augustine Diocesan Council of Reverend Charles B. MeLaughlm -

paid on the day of registration Mrs. Eugene Schuman, sec Catholic Women assembled D. D., Auxiliary

end vice.president; Mrs. Co for the 35th Convention at Bishop of the Diocese of Ral

Installation of the new officers clone Whitmer, recording sec Cocoa Beach, Florida, May eigh for his presence and for

of the Womens' Guild retary; Mrs J. C. Nasle, cor. I j r 3 through May 5, 1965, solemn his inspiring and uplifting

will be on Wednesday, May responding secretary; Miss i ly reaffirm its allegiance to message on Catholic Woman

19, at the Villa Nova at noon. Mary Joyce, treasurer; and the Holy See and pledge the hood.

Mrs. C. F Callahan will be Mrs. A. C. Lane, deanery representative prayers of its members for RESOLVED: That we express -
the installing officer. You Li1L the continued success of the
our appreciation to Mrs.
may make a reservation for All members of the parish Ecumenical Council and the Marcus Kilch, of Youngstown,
the luncheon by calling and their guests are invited them of this Diocesan Convention
Ohio, National President of
6448178. for the luncheon. For reservations r "FOUR CENTURIESOF
the National Council of Catholic
The Holy Name Society please call Mrs. J. G, FAITH" In each of its
A Women for her
held its regular meeting Thomas, 644-1576, or Mrs. W. l wTWi- __ many facets.RESOLVED. at this convention and presence for the

Monday night, May 10 at 8 J. Luckock, 6444619, before : That we express she
o'clock, William Phillips, Monday May 17. Tickets art and timely message broughtto
DCCW officers installed Cocoa Beach our appreciation us.
president presented the slat $2.25. gratitude to His Grace, the
of officers for the following Mrs William Hughes, chair RESOLVED: That we express -
Installed officers of the installation dent Mills Idelle third Most Reverend Joseph PHurley .
year man of the luncheon committee Newly president at the ) ; ; Murphy, our deep appreciationto
advises making reservations St. Augustine Diocesan Council of bin Alvin E. Bailey, treasurer; vice-president; Mrs. Chester Kaz D. D, Archbishop, our host the Reverend Fa.
of the Diocese of St.
Jacksonville early.At Catholic Women are, from the left Mrs. Mark A. Hcllwig, auditor; mierczak, fourth vice-president. Augustine Bishop: for his most gracious !. ther James F. Herlihy, pastorof

ST. VINCENT a recent meeting of the Mrs. James L. Lacher, president; Miss Anne Tucker, recording sec The women were instilled at the presence at the com en- the Church of Our Saviour

Newly elected officers of St. Margaret Mary Holy Mrs. Max Bender first vice-presl retary. Not pictured are Mrs. annual women's convention held in tion and continued guidance Cocoa Beach and to all the

St Vincent Hospital Auxiliarywere Name Society, these new of. dent (representing all the vice. George Sierra second vice-presl- Cocoa Beach last week throughout the year Priests, and ladies of Brev-
installed at a meetingin fleers were elected unanimously ard County who have mad

Schultz Auditorium on : Dennis A. Sweeney, RESOLVED The the Council this convention a signal success .

May 13. They are: Mrs. John president;. James C. Nasle SarasotaST. Gulf port Loretto St. Petersburg pledge its allegiance to our and delightful occasion.
first vice GarrettM. Catholic of America
0 Kearney president; Mrs. president; MARTHASt. HOLY NAME ST JOSEPH St Martin de Torres Guild Heritage WHEREAS God in His Infinite .
second vice In the of
Crotty presi founding Augu-
Dale W. Edwards first vice. Name Women's of St. Petersburg will hold a wisdom and mercy has
Holy Clubof
Ladies Guild of St.
dent; Lawrence A. Breen Martha's Guild will hold tine and promote the growth
president, Mrs. John A. Gulfport held its installa card party in aid of the Im called the Reverend Father
Faber, second vice.president; treasurer; William F. Kelley their installation of officers tion luncheon on Saturday, Joseph Church in Loretto, maculate Conception parishon Gf our Faith to all peoples. Charles Spellman to his eterml -

Mrs. Ben M. David, treasurer assistant treasurer; Edwin F, Thursday, May 20, at the April 24.Chairman. held it's monthly meeting on May 19 at 1 p.m. In the WHEREAS, as we know reward andWHEREAS

Mrs. R. Dill Germain, I/Mighlln Marcinak,,secretary assistant; John secre W Forest Lakes Country Club. for the luncheonwas May 3, at the parish rectory. Catholic Daughters of America "Indecent Literature Breeds the St Augustine .

recording secretary; and Mrs. tary; and William Anderson The luncheon will b* at noon. Mrs. Robert Cavanaugh, The program for the evening hall, St Petersburg. Delinquency," the members Diocesan Council Is keen
Charles W.
secretary. Mrs.corresponding Tho marshal. Mrs. M. J. Bender president with co-chairman Mrs. William was the reading and pre Elkton of the St. Augustine DCCW ly aware of the inspiration and

Southwest Coast Deanery ) Woodbury, Mrs. Fred sentation of the history of the reaffirm our pledge to wag guidance Fr. Spellman furnished
mas B. Grady was installing
officer. Siesta Key will install the new of. erick Schmidt, immediate parish by Mrs. Frank G. ST. AMBROSEOnce constant vigilance on the newsstands as pastor of the Churchof

ST. MICHAEL ficers. Monsignor C, L. Els- past president of the West Long. a year, this parish and In the book storesof Our Saviour and of his spiritual .
Merritt Island Coast Deanery was installing Plans for various benefitsfor puts on a fair that draws at our Diocese, and be it contribution to the Mis-
Beginning Saturday, May lander VF., pastor and mod tention of the folks for miles
DIVINE MERCY 18, St. Michael the Archangel erator will address the mem officer Special guests were the parish were presentedto around: it is the annual fair RESOLVED: That new impetus roe Area and the Orlando
mission will change its Sun bers. Father Frank Goodman and the women in preparationfor be given our efforts Central Deanery, therefore
and at Moccasin
Catholic Women Womens'of Divine Club Mercy wit day Mass schedule to 9 a.m. Miss Ella Schramm is president Monsignor A. Charest. the coming year Immediate Branch supper and it helps support through the Apoitolat of b. itRr.SOL"EDI

only It was announced by Father Mrs. Louise Brown Present were 137 members plans were mad for a Public Opinion Library and
nessed the installation of their ; the church here and its mission That the Diocesan
new officers recently: Mrs. John F. Lima M.M.Titusvllld first \let.president; Mrs. Joseph and guests. bake sale to b* held May 22. the venerable parish of Literature and Youth Commit Council express Its deep

Ralph S. Lotspeich, president; Arm, second vie.president The following comprise the St. Ambrose at Elkton and tee programs. sense of lots, and that a copy

Mrs. John Doddy, vice.presi ; Mrs. Walter Frost, secretary executive board of Holy NameWomen's LargoST. the little country mission of WHEREAS, the "Moral Do- of this Resolution be sent U

dent; Mrs. James R, Santora, ST. TERESASt. ; Mrs. A. F, Landefeld, Club: Mn. Emil PATRICK Our Lady of Good Counsel atBakersvUl cay" Issue of this age is gaining the family *f Rev l'harle.SPfllm.DI .
recording secretary; Mrs. Teresa's Catholic Wom.an' treasurer; and Mrs. Charles Mansmann, president; Mrs. *. momentum be it ; and be It furtherRESOL.VED.
Club of TitusvUl Install Edward E. Anthony Viet- The Women's Guild of St.
Norman L. Dewell Gregg, corresponding secretary The hunters are pledgednow
corresponding ed new officers at a banquetheld president; Miss Leonora Patrick parish will hold an to round the unique RESOLVED: That we as : That the Council -
secretary; and Mr. installation luncheon at up Catholic women can influencethe
noon members
recently at the Whispering recording secretary; remember In
Donald R. delicacy enjoyed by
Gait treasurer Hills Country Club: Mrs. Miss Marjorie M. Austin, corresponding .on May 28 at the Palm Res Community, not only to their prayers the husbands of
alike the
Mrs. Tlii-lma adopted sons -
Pasley In Dunedin
was taurant. Th new officers be modestly dressed but by then Past
and Presidents
James E. Vevera, president; secretary; gophers for the gopher stew of the
stalling officer
Mrs. William Philllpp\ vie- KofCA Mrs. Howsrd Good treasurer. dill be Mrs. William Calla. The gopher, it Is explained to being properly dressed forth St. Augustine DCCW Mrs.J .
Lakeland president Mrs. John V. Mo- dessert card party will 'ghan president; Mrs. Paul occasion, to help return H Palmer Mrs. Thomas
; Ne"' ''" "" ,,,,,..,\\'N those who are not "initiated,
ST. JOSEPH quin, corresponding secretary b* sponsored by the John F. bowling, vie preiident; Mrs is a land turtle, and the Society to its former dignity. F Grady, Mrs. George Co>l*

; Mrs. Ronald Moretto, Kennedy Memorial Council Dorothy Sheehan, treasurer; thought of this delectable RESOLVED: : That the mem and Mrs, Milton Plumb.
Elected as officers of the 5635 of Columbus SubscribeNow and Mrs. Walter Dsmm sec ben of the
St recording secretary; and Mrs. Knights on broth steaming before patrons Council continue Mrs Carl Heath
Joseph Club for Vernon Jansen treasurer Fr, May 25 at 7.30: p.m. in the retary. at Moccasin Branch has their cooperation with and Mrs John Park

the next year are Mrs. Harry John 13. O'Harc addressed the parish hall of Our Lady of The Installing officer will a lot to do with bringing out give whole! hearted support to Mrs! A. R.ys

Daly, president. Mrs. Claude group: and Mrs. James D. Lourdes Church, Dunedin. b* Mrs. Michael She than, the the crowds to enjoy supper the Traffic Safety and Driver Mrs Gen McNulty

Itobblns Eugene Redlg vice president recording; Mrs.sec llronI'a.. installing officer, Tickets art one dollar. ",,,,,n,,,,..".."''''''" '" first president of the Guild. Father Daniel J. Cody, pastor Committee on Resolutions

retary; Mrs. Kay Stokes con of the Branch's parish, Roclledge Mrs C 1L Callahan, Advisor
will Join the faithful parishioners
responding secretary; and
Mrs. Kenneth in urging all to come
Cook, treasurer
lather William J. O'Far- to St Ambrose. Elkton on St Mary's Women's Club St. Petersburg

cell pastor congratulated theW9mt'n ,p'd G4H i"f '4 r June 9, for supper from S to held a candlelight ceremony
s e 8.30 p.m., and for entertainment for new officers recently
on their new fleet.
that Wednesday afternoon Mrs L. L. McFarland is the
and evening. new president; Mrs Kenneth Edouard C. Craig

There will be games, cakes Miller, vie*-president; Mrs Cntrctr and, D;striVwttffor

St. PetersburgDANIEL t and fancy goods, and the Charles Matteo recording

I country cooked dinner menu secretary; Mrs. William H Yltft: Mt.t, C.rW.
Jj ,' Il which will feature chicken Ruppert Jr corresponding: and Mau Tfcs
.. pilau, another regional favor- secretary and Mrs Henry
T. WINTER t CO. "17-94* St. S*. 347-4101
its dish, and baked ham as Leiningrr. treasurer Miss
HospiUt School Bonds well as the gopher stew Josephine Hoffman will be

40J Florida Theatre lldj. ; Mark your calendar now, deanery representath Mrs

St. Ptttrtburg 1 ,?ralai.... said Father Cody in sendingin Marcia Krssnick, program ALPINE
the announcement, and chairman for the Brevard
Phone 162-0311 Th .1 new NUM; Hen,
DCCW delegates attend workshops at conventionHam com to Elkton for entertainment Heart Association, presenteda fee t >. finest, ,h,"J Nw"'",
and feasting film on 'Common Heart
Here" C.'..
Contact Mrt. Beverly Murphy Delegates! at the diode san worn. mont Women, pictured above addressed Whitney, Mrs. Robert McGill, Diseases and Causes. Dr 167-6 57 J

J47-50J5 for local ads in en's convention attend i various the gathering on phases of Sirs Thomas Konna, chairman; St. Paul Louis after Jensen the answered film. questions J4U 2tit A... SoothHoly

workshop in which pan elista preenlighten- family life and youth: from the Father Edward Mulligan moderator High SchoolST.
area. vented topics tor their left Mrt. John Horvath, Mrs. WIN ; and Mrs Harry Grimm.
-- --- --- -- -- -- -- has NYttl rVtlt.A
Paula High School announced ; *
Its honor roll and 1096. Fat,a2wich -Spain:

For Catholics Of Ptnsllu County dean's list for the fifth mark. I ..M.raw U || I,.,, tMMt> ,...,.,. ....,..
Holy! Name Church John Decker will// tag period. Th students attaining rII ...ou. L..t.. 'lUlL "..Uf"r..
Calvary Cemetery CMM 4f.... ..
flees the honor rot arc: r1. esaosalJ
End w.J Cir address HN rally Seniors, Kathleen Kessler
Linda List, Norma Lamb

U. S. If at Slth St. N.. Mien I2M21I -7: a,3orSt T\MI'\-Father William Joyce Hill. Linda Cler, tin to latardPreo

DON BARDELLAM Meara C.SS R., spiritual director dice Desk, Mary Ruiln: Juniors dent
Office Open t-4 P.M. Daily 1 M P.M. *n Sunday Margaret Cogan Donna
htan has announced the
urg .n'9tf
ttlehaus, Patricia Ford Bar 3 J

4'4S 1th Sheet North 44! Central Ar*., I4MJJJf West name Coast of the Holy speaker Name for the OoClttles' bars Crker, Patricia Nugent, 1l

Madeleine Rlendeau. a a d
deanery rally to beheld
CandAce Nagle.Sophomores .
in Tampa, May It; sear eat
Marybeth Dar e N t, xooar
trill thlt Our Restaurant John Decker of Plnellas dig, Theresa Gray Molly
lvnyon' enjoy/ Compare Equipment ..... ureutaree Peal e
t Park a public! accountant in McGoff. freshmen. Ann Bro- N.a A.a a o. a.a ..
and : a.e5sel' e... ..,, .. ear
Financing No Down Payment a. i. a 1e'
.r e.
Family- law. Off fads ..4 <....,, .. ..Mtil 1,... "... ....... i ii. Sacred heart part all, 11m address nkowikl, Charlotte Young 5sansra
., "..11', 1. alts/. Ar..I..rats. the delegates to the Judy Jackson, Sharon Ran-
i.i HOTEL CHINA AND GLASSWARE CO. iO'JI" S I rally at Epiphany of Out court, Linda Santy. Deborah

Restaurant ilattfa wool lea w'. .., a. ...._."... el.. Lord Church In Tampa oa lopes Phyllis Calvert. Kathleen ",'' LIVE
..- -- Sundayluiurioui Kelly, Christine Tynan. SAFELY !
Ann Greenwood and Suns ;.B
Difr.nt specials every day DRIVE SAFELY !
Accommodations; .t Bargain; Rtttt Ratay.
e Fine food .t modest pricn sort_ ........ I..ss enla. J "II', Tboi aimed to the dean's 'c."ewIt t tile: "nctery hater. yow Hst t.nifJ If
I W..f5.rr". iniHMh rf .. .mb.r.
MM 5150D
far 21 .. .. list axe HOlOfI, Kathleen! gas er .ceded '...
ever years tM kr. \'h.m.> f l.rt away fr'm 11 .11| (or on* np. Yea l be glad d'4.
lUfteM ...._ Jill ,* Marl hits I. warNs Kessler Victoria Judwa Linda
Grow ka k I Ins r *.ini valk M
= : List, Linda Gels CaixUc St.
el.ss! lh.. b, .h Ma* s a.sa.rfal..o I Per
.... .. Dent Rusia Name
5.0055 "t seal / Mary ; ,Juniors, ---
If Mn to .v.11.1,1. .'', jr.rJ.' ,. ?ti"t .ri.vr< Den D a Wlehaus, Barbara -
51 4 lass .Uf r..:lssrsviA : :: ;,"' Cahi. ".::' eI
theLIGHTHOUSE It I .lies IM'V. 'hi ....,.... ,.f .ur I".' I'f1,1\K Eck.r and Patricia NugentSophomores. asstwe
r 1 fill nm revs IU."I\Y"TI,'va n.pAr MarybeUi Dar oil
51 s'a1Mna snare die, Theresa Gray; Molly @

(;Q'W; \ McC ff; freehme:; Judy Jack COMPLIMENTS OFj
RESTAURANT eon Linda Sang Kathl... EARL COX MK.bn
I i 1 Kelly Charlotte Young Ann

TyriM lhr"t. Perk It. No l, L Mlak..' tt-'.e t.clsou.....-. ......., Brenlkowskl and Chrlstta Standard Station J. L McKntlUnSM2 "
Ss. heenk.g .iN 1"1. Tynan.
raw ..1-.... This n.*s was reported by 7471 Gall KoL:
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Susan Bashaw
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: .

, Three The Florid Catholic, Friday, May U. 191'.3(

Down memory lane with Mary CoyleMrs. -

George P. Coyle (Mary to many of her fellow names Academy in Tampa., lected by the pastors I In the vice,president In Gainesville,.

Council members) brought back to many women in They opened their hearts and missions. her treasurer In Tampa and

Cocoa Beach the years of service they have given to the their doors and people came The seminarians the her secretary in Jacksonville A

Church through their parish organizations and the deanery from Jacksonville and Miami boys and for the first taught couple We worked hard and wi __

and diocesan Councils of Catholic Women. A speaker For four years I say we had years three Sisters of St. Joseph learned

on May 4 at the evening spent honoring past presidentsof it there. And believe it or not. from Orlando came out
Carrie McCollum and 1 shareda SurprisesAt
the DCCW. Mrs. Coyle of Jacksonville was one of the room for three days and we and taught the girls And we

several past presidents who were present during the con. didn't open our mouths But had counselors. Girl Scout one convention, the nominating .

vention. we had the finest sign language counselors, ao. committee found no

Mrs. Coyle ia president of past national NCCW directors that anybody ever in.vented. The first camp was at Apop- slate upon which to write the

and enjoys with Mrs. J. II (Carrie) Palmer of ka' at a Boy Scout camp. names of the nominations so

Gainesville the distinction of life membership on the St. V e gathered/ 90 children and to a lumber yard we went

Augustine DCCW board of directors. MotivationsThen 24 adults and every penny We bought a piece of pl>'w ood.
came from donation through To a hardware store we
Excerpts of Mrs. Coyle'saddress first one In this entire state, we branched out after the Council. These children bought black oilcloth tacks oJ

follow: in Lakeland four years and had the retreats came from 19 parishes and and white chalk. And we made Acquaintance renewedWomen's

T-limTYFIVE Is The Catholic population In in the localities wherewe 25 locations our own slate

A short time to jean a the entire state of Florida In could reach more Catholic Here is the original bill for At another the nominating 'leaders from Jacksonville Th'mas: J, MtOonough renewed cqu .
compare 1931 women The days of recollection the first camp Theresa committee made the report traveled from their St
was 54.000ouls. Tampa own Augustine :untai;cf with Mis George P C'1)1 le,
with our 400 years of history. were added also CI wl.IS treasurer and then asked for nominations
Miami and Jacksonville
werethe diocesan convention in Cocoa Biaih right, ant hiss. Cyril Sealing, both
Men-nd'z Isnl the only plc| cities; Lakeland Day- Our next 'firtt" was the Theresa knew where every from the floor. They got 34 last week to Miami Beach to hear past presidents of the St. Augustine
oneer who trod the sands of tona Beach, Orlando and West printed schedule of Masses, dime was and where it went names from the floor. The
sessions the
of Miami DCCW
closing IKX'XV. The
i Bishop was formerly Auxiliary
s Florida. There were intrepid Palm Beach the fastest grow. which was sent to each pastor too.We tellers missed the banquet in
I Catholic women who rode ing communities At this every bus station, all asked for the donations order to count the votes before convention Here, the banquet speaker Itoshop of St Augustine

wheels all over this great time we had 73 churches in railroad depots all hotels in through our deaneries The the convention was over. in South Florida Savannah's Uishop

! state of Florida beginning in the entire state of Florida. the entire state of Florida. Jacksonville deanery went Those were happy da,.. -
1929. We banded to of them had reti These are your 73 parishes, from Jacksonville to Day
together Forty no
They were exciting day.. Me out from black \\e have ,
cutting crepe lation urged and obtained manned faithfully; Red (fret
it said-the tons the Miami went
form a Diocesan Council and dent Sunday schedule ; deanery
pastor; thf'Yere missions
! traveled the length and with small scissors the number of .
paper a national rooms and {ISO' were 01 nand
and the from Miami to the
it has been my happy privilege winter schedule and Daytona, "
breadth of this stale. Ue word "Florida And radio
we went programs and have operated day and nl" It
to have attended the summer schedule and the Tampa deanery went from
: every learned Its geography Its tvpography. down, and four tables battle
put waged on objectionable
single one of the :35 convene AimsOur missions: Orlando to all the rest of the The nucleus of diocc an
I Its generous people together In a big square so ones
tions. state unity proved its worth Cory:
had seven and we received their loyalty. that we could all sit around it.We This Council! has contributed
We canvassed each pastor: first aim and major Interest churches, Miami had three The collection from Tampawas went out and bought a Catholic books to librarles times From each and rv
we contacted each parish or. In council work has churches and Tampa had five $14750; from Miami, Going to a national ('on\.tn. huge arrangement of and to mental corner of this stale where at
'I ganizatwn. Every CatholicWoman' been the development of spirItually churches including missionsand $285: Jacksonville $244 64 and tlon is very rewarding \\e and oranges and we graphfruit (fait ami our assisted Catholic hospitals linn was newM, tho Cur'! i)
West Palm Beach had Just take unto ourselves functionalVe knew we were
Club was asked to motivated" informedand everything else This was some.thing yellow under the Centers at the universities
crepe| paper
come in a week before and we from on the right traik.Ue .
Join. We crossed and ens- Influential Catholic women your first "first" for the diocesan everyone e meet black Florida and stretched We once two Catholic
got $11 from them. The expenses In 1932, 21 from this Diocese
council the
crossed this entire state. leaders The achievementsof first schedule
it across so that everybody at books, one on the life of John did well, much known
the total, was $845 andit traveled to Charleston
of Masses
our Council during this 35 published in
the convention knew we were Carroll of Carrollton and one In lml; \\t hail
After toe years we had SOergsnlzstlons of life has had the elements the Diocese for Florida Andit cost us 51 cents a day to South Carolina to the first only so many
from Florida and had John Paul Jones founderof
we a on
noble rud
affiliated and people.t a national -
feed the 90 children the
of discovery exploration was all sent free. plus convention ever held in the
we hid our first convention 24 adults. All the disburse.meats South Carrie was presidentand Council the United States Navy to( convention' In Hollywood -

In Lakeland la 1931. blame.disappointment, praiseand Our next "ilrt" was the are right here. \\e had she wanted everybody at every public school library in In 11)10, which came
religious vacation camp- $10191 left over.Se the banquet this state through: as s shining star In
Remember a depressionwas However"' through It all, we Mm held I la July of 1UI for \ did not have our work Ue were so< proud of our In 1.7II rejoiced when our aihlrvrnirnt.By .
on and Florida was had the tenacity of ran across some prices the first Monslgnort
purpose (we "weeks bins and girls, Ite delineated then. A president Council so proud of FlorIda were
broke. Nobody had any and determination to go for 1) The childrra quoted in 1937 for our convention made in the Diocese the our deeds you haveknown
were srre might be in Miami her first that
money no deanery had any ward. It might be said we had we stayed up late at the Royal Worth In first Munsignorl were Mon- us By our faith we

money no affiliation had hard heads and rugged con .- 11'eet Palm Roaih If you all signer Me Gill, Mwtaujnor shall stand.

money but 400 Catholic women stitutions, but we dared to do. t f have ever binn there it was Lyons, Monsignor<< Nunan U. have continued to p'ay:

attended this convention For four years each member ; the I'rnntvlvanla. I think It is MiMiilgnor' Illiam Harry, our role at Catholic womenEvasions .

of our board paid five dollarsa now a Catholic home for the and Monsignor Mullally ( arise, we meet the
year to finance the stampsof \ atietl/ \ Hut nevertheless' the lie made contributions' to( challenge.

JACKSONVILLEt1Tsai the president's office. Each I .0'jJ rooms quoted were "Single our nr|>hanageie had, two:
deanery raised Its own money I n rooms, $2W: two In a room St Mary's for girls In Jacksonville \\e have so much to be

; each board member paid JviAo (r I' $250: each; Wednesday and and Mary Help of thankful for.

her own expenses The board Thursday luncheons 75 cents ChrUtlans In Tampa

[ .1UIh met four times a year. We I '- each; dinner e \\J/1t'ltlav/
._- had four deanery meetings' aye night $1 1: the banquet $1. 50" Me ronllnuril our Interestwhrn JACKSONVILLECLEARY
) slhollr (Imrltlrs lu-!
: .r When the meeting was VSe have happy memories of
ektubllohrd.We .
tells wss
: in your town or city, you put the yearsith the aid and
& L
up the out towners so they 1Lte )ttrnevoletit guldaiM'e of father helium! with many ihlr\ I

wouldn't! have any expense M. (iill and Father NoUn pnijMtiNe aupplnl 1 our CONSTRUCTION CO
.. ...... _,...
''''''''''''''''"u Uu\ but their car fare and they our spiritual directors the rule as leaders In our com sr.ovu.c I. -? .a..f Illwrsill .i

r came five and six and seven enthusiasm of .',th >r Hit-: inunltv And by knowing.: our ."...... .... "_

In a Ford. Husbands asked lander latherilliam. (Hairy, Catholic women In othei pn) 724 In
which hook did they hang on lather Sullivan of n.lu In Whes we formed firm fiumh

that night In the closet because rvti r ., Miami Abhor Francis of St who stool by and straw| | up l t'l'
Y yt' we sent our children out 10 and Father ()'Mihoneywho their reiptmsibilitlos.\ as < iti I

to the neighbors so we could was then at Crane Hall. tens,
put cots In and take care of All the time that Auxiliary

our guests. Bishop Mrltatmiughj was In New Shepherd *- 11

charge of us, he attended our 1 1 -
Why a DCCW meetings God love them all. Ue lost Bishop H.irvt pmmmiatJj -
welcomed! Bishop llurlcv \\ ,.II .r I. fI.h.., I..
". |
dM dig deep, down tit ". .'1 I.. ...
Remember parochial lines rock bottom for a firm faun plunged 1 'Into' World Mui' II
RA Mfa19f11AMS \ |.ph M had been' established for centuries datmn Ue remembered it Immediately all fnu"t went

{ ( 4EXClllint -each parish Ind". was the Hishop's urgsnisstian.He 'to work on a gnt pendent of the other- and it .1 .. and a greater variety thou 214 W ForiytK St.
took quite a bit of eipleming charts the course, asfollow ever \brfote
2 Past dl I IV
to prove the Idea was one of )cesan presidents lonoredI (" I v i II I defense p.nti t a.<". .
M. /
// FoodTWO units, a long time before the Mrs. M 1 Jh f _-- Through the years we have
ecimemcsl coumit rut > WT, d< :.ts. IVsUn I Mrs Coyle DCCW punt
watched 1 stele sod
our ns
right! r.i'i i "hal" f rr'J l'i r't', ''f t'J \j; prt I.. !kuts at( ending the convention G'D'A 1 oo'p'S?
tonal legislation and h.Oi'lI .\'. Ii
JACKKMVllI lOCATIOwtIMl On. et f cur "finis was .le tl'.nal t'nu.u1. of Can'dr<' W'. m< n. were Mrs. It ),l. Clew is of Tampa ; Mrs. harmful

71001..1; & Mad. 0.-JIIH4I sod 111 womra.We%,- .. rioted retreat for poke at the C'x-oa Flea rh convention Thomas B (inr lily flf Jacksonville.; Mrs. some legit crrnnkncc> t* e

of womrn last week II. she is pic- Rodney take vf' Ukelsml.; Mrs (lit. Increase
tad It at the IMy'
,, _
\" u"\"n uuun lured' with Father Vinci!'nt K:. Smith. ford .fdntire of Winter Park; Mrs. prayers

assistant. IXJCW modes tor and Mrs Cyril fleddme of Jacksonville Ileach ; \Uia\\: ( ITV (1\-)

George P Coyle of Jack mvilU- at the Mrs. C "0. CiICTMUI Uhan of Orlando; atilt "The true disciple of I"hmt sa.IUS
U11rrmT. dinner honoring past& di O p..... ).1... Jo.4han hoftx-rt bf Ilau: Halite.. mUll IMI s man (,f prayer,, STEAKS
Paul VI. said .in I.tt..rI"
." 1..8 r.rsrrsus s..i. fops a r.., .f ...... ., ,...... titf txrttuwA?
arr.. C......1.N. ... (._ P.p..r. -- -- '-- -- -- '-' ----- ,---, MSIUMI! Cardinal' (ionralvesCerejelrs SI I till
,_ I".". ... _I...t ..... -. .N ..... ... : of l Ushim on the (xraslMi ',
.... ...._.. 1M'" .. .. '1'
Due h__ as ,'M'II Vatic of the national ronvention -
It asstraerv.. ......w...... Says : Council will askschools of Portugal" apostolate
of prayer"Through The dVy of Pop John XX( II .

It's our Pleasure for strenqlUN t heninq or created heaven s between dialogue prayer man of offend love ami to i* JOURNAL OF A SOUL

to serve you . "
God, the Pope laid
And our ReipontlbiGty; AM.H.I.H: <:\( ) The swond Vsttrsn Council pronouncements' In the field lie espresssd. the hope that MAIL ORDERS FILLED -

to serve WELL!! will call for a strengthening nf' Calh'ihr' rOucsUon. Bishop of education but rest siured, the convention will lead to an
you such pronouncements will call and In"'n'I'8tlllft Religious Boot & Gift Shop
Francis J Grrt-n of Tuiaon "etpsnimn
Hold George \Washington to rriigioui ideals la edixsertllrsl- for the strtngtner. and developing of the
.. of ira' rr s* s means
,"4 sic has Mad here. t.n and r, ;t anf '' ;unleut al..r! "'at. and that this in Ch >r The K ] rh..rdt
of Cathc..<: edu at m, ,
The Adieu I prelate ti "J" 1. ad to sn inn rear
Roosevelt Motor HotelMC' preached the sermsa at s Iteah p fi"u via Bishop Green said la r '.. .' ,' l'''- atior,i /r.'Ilo. Rued 0 Eapr.u..y Pho e UI.c65S
.f rlrrlrel and! Uy (alhcllrs
I .t JACKSONVILLEFATIMA (solemn MASS sf thaaksgms fr |Mi*+tr charges .< alleged\

c.. ..... hi Blessed Sarraweai Church f..... .( ('.tlle Ue .dK.t.....
MI tfce arresto sf Loyola. i
I'IIIverllt,'. gotde Jubilee "It .has alsnost b x'>me v!,.

.. James Fraaris Cardinal Mr.111I1" badge of the Cslholu ,r:1r: .
DAY NURSERY -. 0- sf LM iljgeiss see- tail. to pC .bM.tN. I'.r <

AND KINDERGARTEN ;..... ... 4emsM r........ .III' a'! i DEIHLTChevrolet

DOWNTOWN -It Is Aedsrkkx to hear OMvotrst satMsststlsctiwI.." he a
of dm sf lasts and .
JACKSONVILLE J restfsnses' entmssi sf Use While H .Is the fervent t It

place s( Catholic teasels a and prayer sf the Pure s' ttY
in L Dw.l i Stt... 1rRI
lei .pr least toy ss4 psrtic Biskops that the v' 1

-sNOOt :.e al.rly in the L'sltsd sow," Vsdcas Caused will, be s r' :at

dbof Green ssisL sggiersenest f'r tc
EDUCATION Rti GSRAr.M ClMrrh. aid tas4 (rum it a J
10" l G.rIt J T1No Pil.h.r, declared that eves s sew impetus. to *: 7
ft* H..... MM.. *k. .H* ethers the light sf the Ootpri t'l n :isf

) U siftagi"Afl eur time se fru.if as
.. wig 1.1; AIM. ,f.'t IN'EOtUMl
\ pfMfivrtt. hr .e ta- M the AassBss U Pen of Yt j

tare .... ..., te be sjrewklesvrli their tine the ... mod \sv YOU* *(,;OUAt.DEACH .

M .e lave sever .had. Iras ("..-shsaM in i..') irhe Mlekre
t. Met si ssr rousMry's Ms- theufM sf ss s re.f, 3sr VI

I key tar s ujeroM sasepelSf s temple esv.r sal (/f f ,' UOULEVARDI

II I ei.fk. Msssmpeeumg. near psst," .he ales said :=.::::=:::::.u..e fJJAMunICA
I'i ._d eys... N CaIWk.IrcMna. "The coasril." lie tin.tseostf. Alumni honor PriestThe

'sujr ssww

/ TU NOW 'TfM' M III ..... sag Vrass. vsstsre far the tw n S/T,J; h>, f r M 'J! fV> ....." A Berry J/,J r.3.J
'II' s.,..... a.. is wear is MM sstasrs .w:4.: seas
1t ... act ce.peesalyglrlt hist P.A fight. r"J|lrr., '. t' r .rry SBMibrrship in ..-." -..e a.e -.....
ones it
w doe..Me le Ieeasle" M coca oar don ...
the Mtionel 1 Siurr,i s_* lav,nf Most ft Wary .--.. .-. .
t R..swliw Ills eenrlar .bhlrtlsrs. mew. te ehsagii .. asiuresf

,i ac puwMy a...lei..d b fts Chsrvh asMl .. commit College immix: burg| Maryland tte natal it
i ,. F. .......... this .. owllry toasts .... to Ma spas SMSSSSS"The .k Mtesai trim J'wr rh !M Kitsg t. shave. a AMERICANr / .

CI )541/1S th e eaam Me ear mtlMM isrsX. VattCM CSMSpnbttrue> **.( alter y.isident. U king rift) r s gn4isBtsC

-r Or )S4.llel cemmjtAcs Is religws sad t'd rill doaMirse ML ft. Mary s. !M"t &

The Life of Our Lord Pope Paul VINew I


Christ used unique mindto encyclical asks peace

America's first chapter
brother Is darker and utmost to obtain this
Following Is an English able Incomparable
advance human nature uncertain than ever, blessing by
text of Pope PaulTi second more prayer
of the Diocese look forward will tell of
THE women who the story our great threats praying Indeed with
encyclical, Mense Mate, askIng now that grave new con
with enthusiasm to the 400th pant the stancy and watchfulness
supremebenefit .
have prayers for peace and the are endangering as
anniversary of the Faith in our nation.In The Diocesan Council of Catholic \1/E YV seen that the success of the ecumenical of world peace. the Church has a 1 w a v sprayed

the three-day meeting just held at Women's convention gave a sort of of St.forty Luke's words second at the chapterare end council. Today, as if no lesson had from her ear;;, .st

Cocoa Beach, the women were taken preview to our Quadricentennkl Year.It all been learned from the tragic days, and in a special way
we are told directly
from the founding of the nation's Old is obviously a good beginning. It about the eighteen yean AS the month of ltlly experiences of the two conflict calling on the intercessionand

est Parish to the present day. It i is was a splendid prelude to a year whichwe which lie between the Find. Frank J. draws near a month which shed blood in the protection of the Vic. 3
which the of the faithful who is
piety Mary, the
obvious to all that the Interest heightened hope and pray will focus the eyes lag in the Temple and Our rShoed has specially dedicated to first half of our century, we Peace.So Queen of

as the convention progressed.The of the nation on the magnificent Crossat Lord' Public Ministry. And Our Bleated Lady, we are have the dreadful spectaclein

story of the founding, the spreadIng St. Augustine as a great reminderof we have considered two of gladdened at the thought of certain parts of the worldof venerable brothers let!

of the large networks of missions, our nation's Christiat beginnings.The the three things they have to the moving tribute of faith antagonism on the increase our prayers ascend to Mary
tell of Christ those between peoples, and in this month of hers
is the 16 future during in to implore
the history of our Bishops whetted the past key our and love which Catholics
namely that He was see repeated the dangerous her graces and
appetites of the members of our Dioc for as long as a nation begins to buildon years every part of the world will faTS
subject to His parents, and phenomenon of recourse to with Increased fervor
esan Council of Catholic Women. its Christian foundation then it will that He advanced in favor In other words his senses goon be paying to the Queenof arms Instead of negotiationto confidence. And if the tii
The first chapter of our nation'shistory have no fear for its future. with God and men.Let were not a facade but really Heaven. For this ii the settle the disputes of the of men weigh heavy in

is really one that is yet to be The members of the Diocesan Council brought the external world to month during which Chris- opposing parties This means the scales of God's Justin

told. It has been overlooked by historians of Catholic Women now know this is consider now the His brain; His brain was bans, both In church and in that populations of entire nations and provoke its just ;
third thing, His advance In because He the of the home, offer punish
there not only privacy
for centuries and of late given story and are more fully aware of our are subjected wisdom had to have a head in orderto to Mary from their hearts
only short passing notice in many of great heritage. They are most anxiousto look like a man and brains an up especially fervent and loving sufferings causedby Lord is "the Father of mercies ,

the recent history books. share this with others in our own If you have kept the preceding with heads: He did not homage of prayer and agitation, guerrilla wan and the God of all com
columns, it would be go fare, acts of war, ever growing fort" ((2 Cor 1 3))
The convention did produce many Diocese and others throughout the nation simply look like a man, his veneration. In this month, and that
good to reread them to in extent and intensity, Most
now Mary Holy is His
ambassadors of the Faith, the women brain did what brains are too, the gift of God1 mercy appointed -
see something of what is which could at moment steward
meant for. Nor was His human come down to ui from her the
meant by the Godchild ad produce the spark for a terrible generous bestower of the
Intellect a toy, it was an throne in greater abundance.
Sacred vancing wisdom. But since fresh conflictIn treasures of His
Scripture mercy.
instrument for use. by
This pious practice,
these two columns have
I their may indeed He learned from the people which the Blessed Virgin is view of these grave dan May she, who knows the
gone way may Him and honored and the ChrIStian gen t) international life, and sufferings and troubles
have never come your way. who taught -Mary of J.
Goc/'s/ help sustains faithfulALL conscious of our duty as supreme
something of what is said in Joseph first, then school people enriched with spiritual here below, the weariness of

them must be said again teachers, and of course neighbors gifts, gladdens and consolesus. pastor, we judge it everyday work, the hardships!

of us hate to face had been put upon by powerful here. and friends and passing necessary to make knownour and privations of poverty the I

of different kinds enemies; they were no strangers-all the medley of anxieties and our fear sufferings of Calvary, bang
Christ Our Lord divine the
was a : remains ever
during our lifetimes. strangers to the shocking people from whom one picksup Mary that the disputes will becomeso help to the needs of the '
Person God the Son CbriiU
; that leads to
feeling of utter helplessness this and that in the normal path embittered as to degenerate Church and the world
There the Innumerablelittle Father
are He had two natures, the divine encounter with her I
Every into We
a bloody war
Egyptians, Canaanites, Philistines run of life. the appeals for
crises of everyday living nature which is His eternally can only result in an encounter beg all who bold responsibility peace risig: \
John J. Assyrians Babylonians to her from

10 easily resolved as 1 and the human nature And lie learned from the with Christ Himself. in public life not to remain every part of the: I
hardly to deserve the name. Cute lot all had had them at which He took and made His things that happened to Him deaf to the unanimous desireof world, and enlighten those i
But there r their mercy at one time or For what other reason dowe who rule the destinies of :
occasionally are own in womb of His in the house, In the town, lathe mankind which wants
big ones, real ones, situationsand another and, humanly speaking mother. We must not think countryside about Him. continually turn to Mary men.

events which completely they didn't stand one that some of Christ's actions than to seek for the Christ peace. May she

stump us, leave us helplessand chance in a million of escaping were performed by God, Ills human mind was a she holds in her arms to We ask that they do all in Lord of the wind prevail and on storms God.,

terrified. tingled! with an irresistibleurge extenction.But some by man. All were performed more superb learning instru seek in her, through her and their power to preserve the to still also the tempests in

to toy with that occasionof God had assigned thema by God, some in His ment and reflecting instrument with her the Saviour to whom peace that la threatened and men'i conflicting heart

And when they have sin, He gave me the very special task in the divine nature, some in His than any other human men. in the perplexities and continue at all times to foster "grant us la and"

passed, we look back with a strength to turn away I cell working out of His eternal human nature. being has ever had-because dangers of lift here below, and encourage conversationsand true peace based our Urn,

shudder and ask ourseltest tainly had no strength of my plan of salvation and so, it came perfect from the mud of necessity have recourse negotiations at all levels peace on the solid I

own, and left to my own de. against all odds, He came to The actions In His human hand of God, and the Person and to whom they feel so that the dangerous resortto lasting foundations of justice

"What would I have doneIf vices, Lord alone knows what their rescue and not just nature were genuinely hu. who used it did nothing to the ever.recurring need of force with all its lamentable and love of justice grantedto i

God had not come to my would have happened!" once, but repeatedly. man He did not call upon Ills diminish its perfection, but turning as to a haven of consequences material, the weakest as well as to '

aid What if lie had left me Well might God's people reflect Godhead to do for Himself perfectly used-and by using safety and an all: surpassing spiritual and moral may be the strongest and of love

to turn left instead of right in this manner as they Psalm 121 seems to reflect what In other men their humanity developed every power it source of life halted. which prevents egoism from

Suppose I had said yes to that looked back at their stormy the dismal situation must do. had. Yet it still worked by leading men astray so that
temptation instead of no? history. the to human It is precisely because the Along the lines marked out each one's rights! may be
When every fibre of my being Over and over again they GOD'S HELP, page eight His divinity was not a process mind. proper month of May is a powerful by law, let efforts be made to safeguarded without forgetfulness .
laborsaving device, the human incentive to more frevent and single oat for recognition or the denial of the
actions merely being At school He was taught trusting and because
prayer etery true and sincere yeiro- rights of others.
Michael V. Gcmno gone through for the sake of Scripture, first the books of during it our petition find lag for justice and
Moses then the rest of the peace. Inform the faithful to
rFather appearances. His manhoodwas their way more easily to the your
el Nembre De DiesclupteRS no pretense. Our redemption Old Testament, and some of compassionate heart'of Our Through this recognition let charge, venerable brothers,

depends upon itagenulnene. the great commentaries of Blessed Lady, that it has such yearnings find encouragement in whatever way you judge

... Israel's scholars.In been a custom dear to our and fulfillment, and best, of our wishes and exhortation .

deaf in Iris hunan Intellect was this matter, as always predecessors to choose this let confidence enrich every and make provision

genuine too. How an omniscient when we try to picture to ourselves month, dedicated to Mary, loyal act of food will so that for special prayers in

1loaiaa Person acts in a finite what was actually happening for inviting the Christian people the forces of order may prevail each diocese and every

catholic histORy mind that He has made His we are almost giddyat to offer up public prayers, over those of disorder parish during this coming

own. must be profoundly mysterious the thought of Our Lord whenever the needs of the and ruin. month of May, devoting Ia a

Chapter r.Blsnop formal notice to all the faithful istrator of Louisiana the to ui No experienceof reading the Old Testament, Church demanded it, orwhenever Unfortunately! In this painful special manner the feast dOur I
was learning what it bad to tell of Lady: Queen of Heaven
Espada's Interest in both Floridas that he our own sheds light here danger hovered situation we are forced to
matter was had dispatched the challenge renewed, and with We can only go by what the the Me..I.., of Himself In menacingly over the world. recognize with a heavy heart to solemn public prayers for
necessary greater vigor, after Du Bourg
show fact. We have seen-if only the intentions we have
Gospels Him doing and that all too often oblivion mentoned. -
aroused by a request from canonical titles to Father was consecrated Bishop of This year, we too, venerable
the captain general of Cubato O'ltellly at St. Augustine and Louisiana In 1815. saying, and what the ChurchHe in the Magnificat- Our brothers, feel the need swallows up the respect due .

appoint chaplains for the to Father Coleman at Prnsa- founded has taught ui Lady got from reading Scrip of sending out a similar appeal to the sacred and Inviolable We weald point out that we

Spanish soldiers in the Florl- cola, who were to be his However, rumor of the Impending about Him. lure to the whole Catholic character of human life, and rely. particularly. ea be

das tlcarlos In East and West sale of the Florldas What St. luke tells ss Is But what she got was as world that recourse is had to prayers ef the Innocent and

Doubtful about his competency Florida, respectively. to the United Slates canned that lie adtanced la wisdom. nothing to what her Son methods and attitudes which the suffering, for their vekes
When look at the
to act In the Florl- the Sacred Congregation ef would gel, with that utterly we pro.sent stand in open revolt againstthe more than any others flack
Although canon lawyers t today Propaganda Fide to table Du Whatever additional seeds of the Church er
das, Espada asked the dean light unique mind ef Iris moral sensibilities and beaten and disarm Gods
and chapter of the cathedralof would dispute the Bish Itourg'i case until such time He may have had from infused at the stale of peace la the customs of a civilized people justice

Havana for their opinion of f op's contention that the diocese as the sale was officially confirmed knowledge and the It Is hard to think that II. world, we bare compelling la this respect we cannot

his canonical position The of Louisiana had been or denied. direct vision of God we did not discuss it with His reasons for toileting that the fail to raise our voice in defense And since this Is a fitting

chapter replied that, as the extinguished, Espada pro. shall discuss these In more Mother: children do, naturaliy. present hour Is especiallygrate of the dignity of occasion do not fall to say

suffragan Bishop nearest to deeded boldly on his course Bishop Espada was widely detail later-He had true experlmental 1 that It makes a rail and of Christian civilization.Wo man, careful stress on the saying
Florida as though the right was firmly acclaimed in Cuba for his knowledge And the of for united prayer from the of the
he was empoweredto : that Joseph, man the cannot fall to condemn rosary, the prayer w
on his side. Interestingly, organizational genius is He learned whole Christian people more dear
exercise ecclesiastical by the ordinary house, would have been acts of to Our Lady and so
warfare and
and Christian
neither Bishop Carroll at zeal, but it of human knowledge } than eter a matter of argent highly
jurisdiction In the area, cede Baltimore must be said that none of ways listening to such Scripture of terrorism, the practice of recommended by the
vacante, the see of New Orleans nor the first two Ha meditated as all of commentary from these two holding supreme pontffs. By thus
administrators these qualities led him to success hostages and of taking
being vacant.In appointed by us should upon what He had as man has never heard means the faithful can most
in the The first for this reprisals
Carroll at New Orleans Florldas. The reason appeal against \unarmed
a second opinion offeredone contested thus learned, and grew humanly listening and making his own civilians. pleasingly and moat effec
his jurisdiction In the vigorous Impetus expected Is suggested' to us by
month later the in wisdom contribution lively
chapter carry out our Du fl'
there from his takeover this historic moment in the These
concluded that, in point of Florid as. are crimes whkh not }.[..&.,'_. nmm.n/4., "a sand ,
fact, the diocese of Louisianano At New Orleans, Father never materialized. life of the Church, the period only reverse the developmentof n it shill be pren.rouseek

longer existed, and that Walsh died on August 22, 1806, Espada slowly came to of the ecumenical council. the sense of what is fair and
the only man who know what other This momentous event confronts and humane, but also embitter you shall find!
was certain many men,
Espada had no choice but to DIOCESE OF ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA knock, and !it shall beopened"
the Church with the
that the ecclesiastical
act Florldas belonged to and lay, had even more the hearts of
Louisiana. Not until 1812 discovered before him: the immense problem of how to these in conflict These outrages (Matt. 7, 7).

Espaita did so, and en when Father William Du Church In the Floridas was SCHOOL CALENDAR 1965.1966 renew herself in accordance can block the paths With these thoughts, and to

September 13, 1X06, he sent Bourg was appointed admin- 10 closely bounden to the disintegrating with. the needs of the times. still open to mutual good will, the hope that our .exbortati: i i

provincial' rnv.- On its outcome will dependfor or at least can render more will be readily received lathe
ernments, it was not l in a a long time to come the difficult I the negotiations smile of an. we grant to I.

M. J. Murray position to act Independentlyof AUG. 31 of school future of the Spouse of Christ which, if conducted with you from our !heart, venerable I
the weakened societies ; and the destiny of inumer- openness and fairness, could brothers, and to all tai
that those SEPT. 8 Labor Day-no clause able souls fa.thfu
governments pro lead to a reasonable settlement in your (ar.:1:

Strange but true duced. OCT. 12 First report due It is Coda great time in apostolic blessing

Every disruptive force affecting NOV. 1 AH Saints Day-no classes the: life of the Church and. in These deep concerns of

Copyright, 1965, NCWC News Service the Crown or the local) 21 Second report due world history ours, as you well know,

governors Inetltably had a In this regard although! the venerable brothers, are dictated
21 Thanksgivingholidays beginat amount of week happily not by
organhlng effect on the any narrow -
/ ,Ir getILD N air, hurth. close of claaaes brought to coroptouea is but solely by the: desire ThcFlorida

Sin 29 Caws resume great heavy tasks still await to protect ej who. are

e rwo .; When, for example, the DEG 8 you In the next session which suffering and to promote the Ca. tho lie
Feut of the Immaculate Conception
dar+ ; king, Ferdinand \1, was Imprisoned will be the final one After true welfare! of all peoples I IP.M.

by Napoleon from no classes that will follow the equally We nope that awareness of

1808 to 1814 the keystone of 21 Christmas holidays begin at important period of Implementing personal respors.bUites! to

RXMf M MOOR t the arch of the patronato real close of classes. the council's deci- Cod and to history w\J be ..M, r....,
se OuR LADY wtirriN o's.O4s S was removed, and the Church tens whkb likewise wW demand powerful enough to impel ,....... t".oue Paso, 1Mr.

sass coo, Wait soc.wnrN.IIWa in the distant frontier prov. 1966 the united effort of governments to contioie .. a.. ..., ... ....

DU UN 10, IMLAMD.* iwr wet owe r TIMTM swM motes tottered and swayed clergy and faithful! for the their generous' efforts to safeguard see a- ...... .....

Will Mvm VMT 7SOAD.I bereft of financial support JAN'. 3 Classes resume effective and beneficial development peace aid to e.ra.. r- .....

SYAW OLerMMAC*H,,NONR .4Mep and legal redress 21 End of fInt semerter- third of the seeds sows far ai possible those removeas obstacles .. 11. ... ...
the C..I during council. ,4.r
IF Internally, during such crises report due real or Imagined! -- .'M.no .
h the attention of official FEB. 22 Web interfere with
George Washington's birthdayno Te .Uata Ws ttgkl and the
was diverted from "' 4. /.a. II e ...w
Church classes blessings M thu great achievement of secure aadsncere : at a. cowl, p... ._ r
support and eN ...
missionary agreement a. YMIM.1 r.:Y IW
undertakings to the more Immediate MAR. 7 Fourth report due velum ef work ahead ef BI.we But e.e,. Ceet..... $.... e.r' "h
place ear ceefkJetce Us peace venerable brothers, is e.e.., .... M...... a.wwr.'w .
problems of unemployment APRIL ft Easter holidays begin at dole her whom" we had be joy ef not merely of our sea soak- -...". Cat.... .. _-, .
or commercial of classes tag Mw W.e a. oUt at Mer S
., :: :j' stagnation. rorlalmlBg Mother ef the S. tens

Acllcnar 4r+J, L'ten when the crisis was of 12 Chaises resume Church at the last tesiba.' It l II abe. aid partiriUrty,

stzxis awe lesser magnitude, the Inviolate 21 Fifth report due Fran' the beginning of the e gift tress God. Peace e cnet EBr.

e4RLY (1e rr 4' ,; rule imposed by the MAY 19 Feast of the Ascension cewacll she has been onsturt. Dam ....... and" k .minty

GL tia4 patronato- do nothing without no clauses Ing in her tevtag help! and reife am..g nn ekes .e ._a..n.v/...,,. e. ems.

State approval-tended to win. certainly it fait to riieHy de..ne to receive tt taw.tel..I
.. JUNE 4 ceo-
sowwa. L Elementary school graduation
Iron ,
1 e.ntT.ww. destroy initiative In the pastors tame her atttave to the: AlralgMy G4 eke Inoe e.r..re .
; + eerole or sA arr. and held them to outmoded 0 Final report-closing of school: final stage of the work. holds t. His hails st eely M. a. ......

si"- methods or to Inaction The ether reason for t" happbets SM. Ue dew ee.ae ........
-* Additional our
#". .W 4VTRNU M404 R w. L4-Ql-imnowr.r air sae eaa/wt {"lrl.c e.t when the occasion do- Holidays: appeal comes from the Jetereatxmal take .f peoples. bat aIM .__ II .C_

--/OIIt,..._.....,, clen.ts.u_ rr.tN._ n aoawva.e. cawso a pin manded swift, decisive' ad PatronU feast of parish stuafioa! wntrh their very Warts.TVrefore .
sans awr "" .. Mt a..i ... "...,'. s ...."'. as
hoc measures. Patrunal feast of teaching community you are w*.. auaretntr we. w.:, do our Friday May H.Catholic 1 MS


missionaries Fir The Florid Catholic' Friday, May 11, 19fi5

won ,

1 +' Mass guideSUNDAY

thousands of IndiansCOCOA May U
1A AI' 4th Sunday after Easter.
(Mass of Sunday, Gloria

Creed Preface of Easter.
BEACH-Father Matthew Connolly. Winter near the present site of Mami. MONDAY, May 17
Haven pastor, i a well versed in the archives of the Cathe- .
St. Paschal Baylon. (Mass
dral of St. Augustine and the early Spanish efforts to Another group of Jesuits,' T1' of a confessor not I Bishop

Christianise Florida's Indians.He under Father Juan Baptist. I Gloria, Prefer of Easter.)

has studied at the University of Madrid and earned de Segura, founded a million 1 TUESDAY. May 18

In Ibero-American history degree at Catholic University near Fredericksburg, Virgin y St Yenantiui. (Mm of one
of America. He la. However, when Father S.. in
told the missionaries' story to Catholic martyr paschaltime, Gloria
women in convention here gura and seven of his con ', Preface of Easter' t

last week : pantons were killed by the v' 'tv,1 ,, ., WEDNESDAY May 1>
Indians, the Jesuits were St Peter Celestmt. (Massof
"' '1-tEY (the Indians. tell
1 me that they wish to ;, Father withdrawn from Florida In 11 ; v one or more supreme
1572, for more productiv e pontiffs Gloria 2nd Prayerof
be Christians like and I .
us, Matthew work in Mexico. St. Pudentiana, Prefaceof
2 i
have answered them that I One of the chief reasons for .. Jo a tf'rJTIIl'HSDAY.
am waiting for you to come, Connolly ,, It .
for will make dictionaries ( the great difficulty the Jesuit w May 20
you had in converting the Indiansof 'r1tY..d St Bernardino' of liens
and will
soon learn their IanEuage.
." Florida was the migratory; (Mass of a confessor not a
habits of these natives. The. Bishop Gloria, Preface of
These words were containedIn However, we must keep In missionaries found It impoi Easter.: )

a letter written by Pedro mind that even before the able to give the Indians sul FRIDAY, May 21
Mcnendei de A\' rl to Father establishment of St. Augustine ficient instruction In a coupl. (Mane of previous Sunday,

Avellaneda, the Juuitpro'inclal in 1563, missionaries had of months, when for the rev Priests procession for po.ntifical'Mass at Cocoa Beach Gloria Preface of Faster)
of Andalusia In come to Florida with the various mender of the year, the ni. SATURDAY, May 2J

Spain.On .another occasion, Me- expeditions. lives roamed the forests looking Officer of the pontifical High :deacons of honor. They arc preceded Bishop Charles' B. McLaughlin cf (Mall of Blessed Virgin for
Diocesan and religious for food. Father Rogel Saturday, Gloria, Preface
nendez expressed his dominant Priests accompanied Poncede who had spent many frustratIng ,. Maaa celebrated on May 4 in on the path above by. front Raleigh( Father Peter C. Dolan, of Blessed Virgin)

thought in colonuung Leon on his second expedition months trying to Instruct Church of Our Saviour at Cocoa left, Monsignor William J. Mull, lIy Monsignor! John P. Burns, Mon l-

Florida as follows: in 1521. Dominicans came these primitive savages lithe Beach are at left The Mans was P.A., V.K., assistant priest; Father gnor Patrick K.: Nolan and MonsU ObituaryFrank

"My ultimate object and de. with Alion in 1526:! : Narvaes rudiments of Christianity, celebrated by Archbishop JosephP. Arthur I.. Dunnigan, deacon; Fa gnor C, I* ":lslanJ r.

sire Is to procure that Florida brought Franciscans with himin suggested to Menendei that Hurley with Father Neil A, then James K. Herlihy, auWeacon; J. Redmond far

be settled In perpetuity .0 1528: DeSoto had twelve the Indians would first of all Sagrr and Father Diego Conesa, Father Scan Molloy, Auxiliary ST. At'GL'STINEMonel: : -

that the holy Gospel be extended Priests in his expedition. hto become settled "H (nor John I'. Burns, Cathedral
and planted In these In 1549. Father Luis Cancer, order to obtain fruit in the< pastor, celebrated the
pro Inces." a Dominican Priest attempted blind and sad souls of these regarded the missionaries II: friar either on foot or by ca, feet The material! wes called roundlnri the friars foundednew Requiem Man at the funeral
the first purely religious provinces" "Sods in the land" noe. lie personally examined guano and was probably made l missions for them. Tuesday morning for Francis

The agreement made between expedition to Florida. He and It Is interesting to note that In 1.16, Father Marron the Indians as to thrjr know)I. from what Is now !known ai With Joseph (Frank) Iledmond Sr..
King Philip II of Spain his companions came in an the solution recommended by made! a visitation of the In edge of Chrlktian doctrine and Spanish moss most of the minion 69. Mr. Redmond died last
and Menendet stipulated that territory !lout to Spain, and
unarmed ship and landed Father Rogel was later to Ite dun missions in north Floe found them to compare favorably The diet of the Indians eonS Saturday.A .
with J Indians
"there be the
religious Instruction near Tampa Bay This was an come the accepted method of ida. He found the missionaries to the Spaniards lie listed of porridge made from dispersed| .
in the settled land and and demoralized only a handful retired agent fr the
unfortunate location sincethe instructing the natives i happy in their work and full likewise attests that the na. corn, pumrins. beam game
the Indians be converted to of Franciscans were left Florida Fast (.*it Railway
natives there were hostileto throughout AmericaIt of seal for the salvation of lives had learned the art of and fish.' Their only drink,
our holy Catholic faith and to the Spaniards Father Cancer In their friary In St Augus here, hit was a member ef the
souls. The natives regards writing according Calderon.!
tq wn
became the modus agendiof
our obedience.! lure !SI. Aufuillnt Foundation, the
and two of his brethrenwere
them highly and had agreedto "water and thf'ydld not touch
the California missionariei Father Francisco Parejn '
In accordance with thefO.aJ murdered by the Indians In 1763 there were tight Holy :Name Society, the St.
two centuries' later. live at peace. The lives ol became the scholar excellence wine or rum.
directive and his own par Priests and one brother caring Incest de Paul Society, the
ardent desire Menendei had We have seen how Menen After the destruction of the the missionaries were, however among the missionaries The houses were but round for the Indians In the St. Augustine Cathedral's' lM'turnaldOlu

inaugurated spiritual ministratxmi dez earnestly sought Jesuits French establishment at Fort full of hardship. He wrote a dictionary grammar huts of straw, with no win area, and one Priest tion Society and a loyal parlihlonrr -

to the faithful of to come to Florida. Delay (allowed Caroline in 1565. Menendei I be. They lived at great die devotional and practical dow. and hay ing only a small at Pensacola When this last ef the Cathedral of

Florida, at the nation's first delay, however, in the Ian to give hu attention to inland lances from each other and bonks for the Indians In then door to. admit light band of missionaries left M. Augustine

permanent settlement, with attempt to obtain members exploration. He estab often they lacked' even the own Timucuan language A large council homo wits Florida, between 176.1: and
the little band of lashed three settlements necessary supplies Often a feature of every village: Born In Howling Green
diocesan of the Society of Jesui. permanent In 1(3!, Isis FrancUrani 1764, the story of the Franciscans Mr. Redmond
even M.f.tmf'ntl., altar Dances and festivals Kentucky,
Priests he had with on the Atlantic Coast wereheld In Florida
brought in Kdt St. Francis started came to
Finally, eil from SI. Aujui-
worked for the FCC: until his
breads and win were in In them around a great
him la 1565. -St. Augustine and San Mateo an end.
the Jesuit Father
line the"
Borgia te spin Apalachremlsslons retirement In 1954. lie
ihort supply, frequently mak. fire in the center. In the
In Florida, and Santa
General sent' Father Pedro of northwest florid Py the Treaty of Paris In
St. Augustine In IKS.
words of CalJeron."Th !
Ing It Impossible to celebrate lliihop :
Elena in South Carolina.He
Martinez and Father Juan Mast even on Sundays and In a permanent way. With missionary Priest attends 1711.', Spain wit forced to give Sympathy la being extended
4-.1 7..1 ..M, Rogel, with the lay brother selected Captain Juan holy days. The Indians were this, one mar ny (the gotten these festivities In orderto up Florida to England: In ex- to his widow, Mrs. Kathrya

A. a. Cni_*....! k ....... Francisco VUlareal, to Florida Pardo and ordered him to too poor to afford much help age of the Florida million prevent Indecent and )lewd chang for Havana, which Redmond,* three daughters
Ambwl.s, ** Srvla take 150 men to explore the Father Marron petitioned the begin. conJmt 1 t. and they lad until the Ilrltuh had captured In Mrs. Francis X. LaMountaln.

VA 4-U71 Shortly after setting foot Interior. I'ardo made a ino King for the necessary sup The mld'He of this golden the bell strikes the hour of I7 ST. AU'USTINIA. ashore Father Martinet was mile journey to the foot of the plies. lax anlmai "(the hell for When\ the news reached the Dorothy K. Redmond and
be the
age set In
accosted by hostile Indians Alleghanies! to the Tennesseeborder may year. prayer for the faithful departed Spanish colony that the Kng- Mm Mary Redmond, both ofSt
IWJ when there M Indian
near Mount Cornelia, on Fort and back to SantA Gradually a chain' of mis were ) lab were now the rightful Augustine; two loni, Francis
George Island, Florida, and F.lena: He never tot an opportunity lion wee eitabllthrd from mission enters In FlorIda h. Indians attended Man owners of Florida, the people J. Redmond Jr., Jackioiwvllle

there, on October S, IV*, was of instructing the !St. AnguMlne northward along and Georgia Their names regularly Cln Sundays and were very bitter towards the ; and Patrick Redmond.

slain for the Faith he had natives in Christianity' arid! the ream Into tenrtja, and have the ring. of th.'IJtany of holydivi. In the words of Cat !Untish They haled to leave ('learwater and a brother,
the Saints 'Santa Catalina,
come to propagate Father befriended them wherever hi a.rth.eiwird| InU'lh Und demon: their homes, but few of them Thomas B. Redmond St. Au,.
Rogel and the lay brother went .f the Apalarhe. I hI the tkllly Santo Domingo, San Felipe, considered staying on In the ,lIlhn.. Ten grandchildren
escaped, .f mudrra Tallahatsee. Santa Maria. Thirty of these "TVy do. sit l talk In church, now Ilrltlsh province, also curvlv
This surely, Is a very early muttons were within the and the women are separated 111 1. Spanish Governor (Introed Father Lawreiuf, Red
Father carried mlsleoary .. In 1497. a revolt of the Gual limits of the Stale
Rogel tat ef Cilhallc lay present
temple from the the former' .*
nlt'D1; his "beautiful 1 garden, mond of Melbourne It a nephew
missionary work at Punla work In America Indians of Georgia almost of Florid the side .f the Fplille, the rather than let It fall Into of the deceaied.Honorary .
.. A. Arne' M. 5,4 Oerda and the Tampa Bay wiped out the! initial missionary Hishoo Gabriel| Fiat VaraY (niter en the aide of the Go*. Fnglith: hands pallbearers were
44* 2ft* A*. So. >. 142.4MI area. All along the long trail effort The missions, however CaMoron ram to Florida prl." Tie
Spanish population was Gorge; Bowling and Harold
Pardo. the soldier, spoke with recovered and flour
In 1474 on an maiwctton amt
ST. PETERSBURG roUIf'r'lUarnl labored evacuated In 1784, ending, tworenturles Hilton Active pallbearers at
Die Indians about the King lafcedHluMreUv They had great devotion! to
Confirmation tow He spent
of Spanlih the funeral and burial In San
among the Tequesta Indians dom of God ad about tilt M- el both tit. drfflrulUes eights months journeying Our Lady and attended High In Florid oecupston Ixirenno Cemetery were Fred

cesnty of bxcomng Ckriatians aod. joys la the work through the colony and wrote Mais In her. h He erected' croeteswherever of coavemoft. were .UM. esperlesim *n eilensUe' report of hi* During Holy Week, Itll"pr.tI..d
PHONE 177-7124 mend and Indian town van. Elm, John C. n I. r. Stan
he went. W Father Martin travel. la It he Med tile great l"n'IM'f". and lihed, leaving but Mlle tfll' Drowning and Joe Maronet.

A. P. BOZA It was to IS73 feat w...*- $ wise. on April !16, MW. Mmea of the missions he kept night watch before the of where there war ore ('rail." In charge of the
RIVERSIDE CHAPEL det left Florida .for the last M out with Mother misston visited H. wrote. that there Blessed Sacramrnt Can Holy nourishing religious aitlvilv funeral.

JIO N. ARMENIA AVt time He wa called 'by King any tar the district ef PoI .o. were U.laS ChrMiaa India. Thursday and (lucid l-rldiy -- --_._-

TAMPA 7, FLORIDA Philip II to Mint M the preparation M the pr*** tdy Gainesville la the provinces of (iuale.Tunucua "Thy attend standing

of '.an I Mvimibk ara. Apalache aid Apa praying the rosary. In com BASHAW'SGULFPORT

armada" which! the I Kiauj WM Father PrMo. bm. hliprwMhmg lachirola! la his description pkt sil...m *, 74 men and 21

assembling On the very day .t a place beMnwd tit tie Indlaas, he wrole women al tM..m. number MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME

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FUNERAL DIRECTORS (sin(>..cal ef the armed. ..., four or five .1Id.... Is there a small sew but hourly s haintet Men .bef holy' flume 24 hour ."' ....,.tlCO *.r,i"
be was stride by a type fit would come to hear hum Th key( are weak lad pfelegmalka All the children went l I" a (401 22 Avenue South, 14MJII

17 W. UNION STREET-JACKSONVILLE a< ute indig..tio He died as remaudt .keeled. and ,..,... regards work, though school of religion each day

IL 3-3U4 Ce tim.wt. Sans S:".e 11 Si September 17. 1S74 e.h iiated hint, sometlmee completely clever cad quick to learn .., Here they were taught by a
and impoverish from kla drw..( enl what. he wa art they see dune, MIl greet cnt.chlst' or lay person s|>*
work In ........,. ..yw.FMb. ear|>e.tert, at le **iilMe<1hi rally lria.l by' In* mission Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Home

However More has dMtt .r PrM4a vtsrted. the aidladlM ttt* cesMtimUxi .f their aries. A lay person was aim

JOHN S. RHODES JR. he had .a4. .rt......a.i chief n M attempt tariot wards. HMtrchM which are appointed to report| to the 117 CUAWATU.LAACO. ROAD- LARCOT
for the irtrwsucUo of Fre. .him let the Priestbses.U larae aad palnita i kingly I'neili sbnut anyone who .!*,'kMt'' 21''

FUNERAL DIRECTOR cures friars to Mar. ev taw Ml ere story .......... was sane of evil sad. bud 24 HOUR AMIUtANCE SlaVIC

mutton I...Ids ef Florid "When he MW sue eater Ih Far clothJa. hilt the Rlshaa. ei.""Ie.

(till GwR.T.I.y CUARWATER Mae 444)06 Some FraoriarMs arrived' M home, he turned to the wall the mow wore animal Hliho(> Caldron rrrtd
Florid Mote the d of 1171 aid told the other to thru skins from the waist "'D. abuses end encouraged the
aa* out ..... ... wind cod sometime a serge root miinoaari. la !their laSsos F. T. Blount Co.
That jetr may he e**std at tilt mouth aad with great or a blanket The women H* supplied. veeimeuli. to the

) Hughey Funeral Home erect II Ike 1 brgtoitag .frentiry a aafar sreJded the rh.., menbecame wore a tunic' which wrapped church that did hail have FUNERAL DIRECTORS
a4 a half .1 alml thejr had 'OftIf'llIOld them from the heck to the them and spasil the equiv
New Beach alert. of llawdollrs. to help ,44111( TAMPA JIMJU
1',1) Smyrna eabrek.u mhiUmry arthHyl to allow a** la appro h ,
l I. what It ... ....111#..'n.l'.1t.4 where k* was I....... to UH the church** and pwol of
S-iu Wthn, .... Muss .f AI !Main, him torn thiags about Goyslaws Centenary noted the mi.*M.. reel

q.' 24 H.ur Avi b.4.sce .04 0."... Str.iu At lane tM friars did not .hut k* aot oaly. did not of Pope Pius V The (i."la I mlttUm. begi" BRETT FUNERAL HOME
cast to hear them for her
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Jmt A. Hwak.y. O.see and D-ct. 4242434wr .hMwd .his .ears but he commaaded
their |I.ter. to M lilt ladiaa to throw VATIC% ( In1'1 the 171* .nl." with Ik
MIl ..... r.... km'Ml *f the' rflltkIrtm
Augiistsc Pen Paul VI said .has tllll r rr**<
me Iris Ih* ...... sad. to give
The year LM is a besii.r me a heaUag eutsid." eerie today aft similar (u f Ik. ( ir.h* l,

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I ...... auavetod t*. rl etfsrt tor marking he fourth
was. however, a farihOT south Early la the
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JONES JOHNSON s.pumb r a of that you the Print then ... .. to
was a clap "'.,. spoke U a letter Ih* Flarid miss ere .
Father Jue ith a Mtd tear af ....,. aad a straac wed la W.h.p ('art Ie Maeearl *fed suffer .Gradually. tfc* mil .....1101II_ srsiour..roaswuuSerewo :! Ia-

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funeral Home ..
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: The Florida Catholic, Friday, May II, 1965 St. Joseph
------ -- -
- i'---- Grade School

ouffi ) TAMPA- In accordant
with the wish of Pope Pam 1 11
VI to set aside May 2 as vocj.

E tion day, the students of St.

\ Joseph School followed a spe.
cial program to celebrate this\
y st day in a most fitting manner.
Father Leonard CordierC

SS.R, pastor of St. Joseph,
offered the special Mass (for

vocations at 9 a.m. In his sermon

he encouraged the youthof
the parish to join the ranks
of Christ and for the parentsto

offer their children back to
the event was Ken Adams, a God as a gift for the many
Bishop Kenny member of the senior boys' !aa blessings He has given them.

honor class. For the openingof In the afternoon, the pupilsof
High School the assembly, the band under grades six, seven and eight

JACKSONVILLE Summertime :McGonagle the direction, played of Joseph the National p, Eau Gallie parish presents entertainment for DCCW conventionCatholic presented comedy act a vocation for the skit faculty and,

will find representatives Anthem.
student body and
of Bishop Kenny High youth of Cape Canaveral'i area In Cocoa Beach A group from St. Augustine eluded Rose Ann LaMoy, Gerald Rogero Sr., parents.

School scattered throughoutthe Speakers were Thomas sang and danced under the auspices of the seated in the foreground at right, were Ronnie Earls, Dottle DiFazio, accompanied The theme of the play in-

nation at various collegesand MacNally, Joseph duldry Ascension Women's Guild of Eau Gallie at presented as the "royal family" from the by Mary Lou Armstrong and emceed by derllned the qualities one
universities furtheringtheir Francis Fore and Carolyn Soloists from east coast Chris Halsema. must possess for a religious
the Monday evening program given for the Ancient City. par
rd. location! and how
scientific knowledge in Ily delegates to the Catholic women's convention ishes which were hosts to the convention, in. parents
various fields, reports ClaireJo should pray, encourage and
Curl. The freshman boys roundedout train their children to aniwtr

the entertainment for the in the Class C division. God't call to the religious life'.
earned third s
!Miss Monica Delhi, sopho day with the presentation of Central Catholic Jog many justly com If lie should bless their family
more biology Instructor, has the courtroom scene from pliments. Students were honored to with location.Previous .
been selected as one of the 20 Shakespeare's The Merchant Much excitement was caused hear Bill Lockhard a NASA "
participants In the National of Venice.At High School by the recent girls intra representative, speak on May r' M to the vocation
mural basketball tournament 7. Mr. Lockhard explainedthe commemoration
Science Foundation's summer day the students
the end of the ,
institute on ecology and natural program CLKARWATER: : Father held here. !In spite of the history, techniques and had presented a vocation .
history which will be held Monsignor Danaher was bou pre. Bernard F. Dittman, president praiseworthy efforts of the underclassmen future plans of rocketry. His s exhibit depleting various
sented with
a spiritual of Clearwater Central
at Crelghton( University In the the senior girls use of demonstrations and 'iJ religious orders of Sisters and
and a gift from entire
quet Catholic High School an.
Omaha Nebraska. emerged: victorious. Headed replicas of the satellites and Priests in the United States
student body. In a short nounced April 29 that the .
Danaher by their coach, Mrs. Florence rockets helped promote Interest but especially those in the Diocese
Miss Deihl was selected speech Monsignor following students made the Pierce, and captain, Miss in this field of science. of St. Augustine with
from the field of candidateson spoke of his great pride in the honor roll for the fifth six Carol McNally, the senior During the day, Mr. Lockhardwa Information for boys to become
basis of scholastic ability school and student body, and Reeks marking period. To \
the team Is comprised of Martha < invited to attend various a secular Priest in their
and adequacy of academic thanked both the faculty and. qualify for the honor roll, the Laycock, Kathleen Brennan, classes in order to answer i. .... home state of Florida.

background. She was also offered student body for the cooperation student must meet the follow. Sharon Cole, Michele Richards individual questions. Mary C, Rusln KatherD :'II. Kessler Dolls, posters and literature .
had to
a scholarship to study which they given lag requirements: Sheila Brennan and On May 16 the Junior Classical were displayed in one of

botany at Lawrence University him. First honors Mark of A Cheri Merritt. League will have Its annual II "U",, \ "nun" ",. the classrooms for all to vis.t;
in conduct in five subjects and Roman banquet Cecilia St. Paul students and examined by all the pa.
Four Kenny students have marks of 91.100 in any five On May 5, a very lively Paleveda Is general chairman .
Must For rishioners to and from all Me
A Reading
Cardinal of the student body
Mooney with mark belowC For entertainment
been selected by the National subjects no an Sunday Masses.
Science Foundation to participate exclusive of physical edu was held to guide the underclassmen adaptation of Androcles and achieve honors Catholic. The day was concluded with
In their choice of Every
in various science I School cation. Lion is being directed by
High student council officers for ST. PETERSBURG St. a word of praise to the Sisters
courses during the summer Second honors at least a the 1965-1966 school Katherine Feinberg, plus Paul's High School has an. REBEL BISHOP and students for the enthusiasm
months. These girls have been SARASOTA The eighth! mark of B in conduct in all year Greek dances and folk songs nounced that valedictorian of and response shown in

chosen on the basis of their grade students from parochial subjects and an overall average Termed a "Political Hoote- by Mary Alberte and Mary the 1965 graduating class is n"n, keeping vocation day.

grades, the work which they schools in the area participated of B In all subjects withno nany," the entertainment at Prior. Mary C Rusin daughter of

have produced in the field of in an orientation day pro. mark below a C, exclusiveof this assembly was suppliedby Mr. and Mrs Michael Rusin,
science, and the promise gram held I a t Cardinal physical education. two school singing groups. Bishop Moore 1725 17th Avenue North and TAMPAINSURANCE

which they show. Mooney High School on Thurs. Attaining first honors in the Words of a more serious salutatorian is Kathleen M.

Jo Ann Curl and !Mary Jo day, May 6. The participating senior class are Kathleen nature were spoken by pres. High School Kessler, daughter of Mr and .

Allred, both Juniors have re schools were: Epiphany, Venice Brennan, Michele Richards, ent student council members Mrs Joseph Kessler 1661 21st Fie Auf lift .Homo or Business
ceived scholarships to thel'nlerslty ; St. Joseph's, Bradunton; Marianne Saleeles; In the Gregg Juett and Rosemary OKL\M)0) Carolina Me- Avenue North, St. Petersburg HENRI ... MONTEAU
of Florida, Gainesville St. Martha's and Incarnation, junior class, Barbara Walters Bresnahan, who both eave deros has been "raking in" Mary has attained a scholastic Q: : \ MORELAND-OLIVER-MONTEAU INC.
: ] ,
for her high
Sarasota. talks concerning school gov awards for her science project average
Florida. Both girls planto Victoria Zupunsle; In the sophoinore Wit Union
JJ "m Building
ernment. "Inhibition of Tobacco school years of 95.7 and Kath ;
study multiple sciences. the the dais Louise Marker
During morning Mosaic Virus by Modified leen an average of 95,06. Phone 229-1981 Tampa, Florida
eighth: grade: students visited Dale Collins; In the fresh
Another Susan
junior Nay Ana.
classes in session. After lunch man class, Paul Gonyea, Pa- Purlne and Pyrimidin Mary has been awarded
field has elected to continueher Catholic "
Tampa After at the
they played competitive volleyball trlcla 1'rikhctt and Catherine scholarships to College Miserlcordla : -
studies in
biochemistryat science fair Carolina
St. Martha's capturedthe Wagner school Duquesne and a
the University of Iowa. awards for both boys' andgirls' High School went on to capture the super. Florida state teaching scholarship Fi
Susan was also selected as Attaining second honors in bar biological science awardat 'E'
championships.The loan. plant to attend .
an alternate for the University class Charles Catholic's science
the senior are TAMl'A-Tampa: the Florida state :Minerlcordla. Kithlrea

of Puerto Rico. Carol last event on the schedule Basmskl, Rosemary Bresna- National Forensic League was fair.At plan to attend junior collegeis 102 South T. Strut Ttntp, Florid
Stovall, a member of the was an assembly, during han, Sheila Brennan, Gregg the host to a number of the stale fair, she was St. Petersburg. Both mp -
sophomore class, has been Juett and in the schools the 1 all girls Member Christ The King and Stertd: Httrt Ptritti
which talks were gl\rn on Mary Casey; in area on May presented an expense paid have received the honor of
warded a NSF summer grant academic education, religious junior class, Douglas Butler, reports Joan Niewlnskl. The trip to the national science being selected as the girl of
for the program being offered education and sports in high Charles Giarratana, Gary participating schools were fair In St. Louis, Missouri, the month by the Exchange:
at Wake-Forest College: school, by Sister Mary C'amll-\ Rush, Richard Schwartz, Ka. King Hillsboro, Robinson May 5 to 8. Club

Winston Salem North Carolina. hiM, principal; Father James thryn Smith, Marilyn Snow Jesuit, Notre Dame, Middle- HELP OF
At St. tauls. Carolina won MARY
C>. Crotty and Coach John Gerhy Stoopman; in the soph ton, and the Academy of Holy Mary Is president of the
tint award of the American
Recently students and faculty Schwlnd, renpectlvely.Assembly omore class, Dennis Ark- Names, Student Council, editor of the
of Bishop Kenny High wright, Gary Bickcll}, Janet Society Microbiology: yearbook thi "Paulette.1.
School assembled in the gym. closed with a Diederich, Margaret Mulhol- Among the overall first a certificate of achievement treasurer of the National lion.

nasium to honor their president prayer led by Father Crotty. land, Patricia 0'1>onnell, Phyllis place awards won by Tampa from the Atomic Energy: Commission or Society president of the CHRISTIANS CAMPFORMERLY
Monsignor Mortimer Catholic were Cries Peck, and a trip to the .
Eighteen: students of the Waldsihmldt; in the fresh. Forensic League, and a member
Danaher, reports Clair Jo sophomore class will receive man class, Andrew Brady, dramatics; Frrdl Smith, original Arlonnp.tlonall..aboratory, of the Quill and Scroll

Curl The purpose of the assembly awards for high scores in the Marsha Luxon, Melissa Mc. oratory| and Bill Or- In addition to her science Science Club and Mathettes
was to congratulate National Educational: Development Kaig, James Madden and tone, extemporaneous. exploits, she has been one of Kathleen also has had a ( CAMP DON BOSCO)

Monsignor Danaher for his Tests, which were Steven Weber. Tampa Catholic's first track the most active students on busy schedule including being
8 to 14
recent elevation to the rank taken by the entire sophomore Sheila Brennan reports thatto team has achieved a commendable campus. She Is a member of president of the National Hon Boys

ol papal chamberlain. class in March, reports the delight of the student record. A city-wide the National Honor Society, or Society assistant editor of
Master Slatted iclutivolv by the StWtnt of Don Boice. Located onb
of ceremonies for Sharen Bruneau the h track held the Debate Club the yearbook the "Paulette" yearbook,
body, yearbook, t meet was on May utiful LtVt the
hut at the euhlirft ef limp. Uiin *H
"Praodator" has arrived, and 1. The team captured the staff, and, In her junior year, president of the Mathettes ficJitiot ef the Mary Help *f Chriit.am. School for? Joyt.
the yearbook staff, headed by trophy for top honors. In the she was the editor of the and a member of the Quill Open Sunday, Juno 20th thru Sunday August Ith, inclutivt.
SCHOOLSROSARIAN Kathleen Brennan, is receive state meet, the school placed school newspaper and Scroll. French Club and
---- Science Club.
'' '

: : .
ACADEMY St. Joseph

Resident .... day school tot glue I en allnl'U ef bMnllfillako ril'
Morth. GmdM n .. twelve. Fully rci'edited. New Grade School

building AU sports, ..siesta mt, dramatic. flurried by .
blsteiti of Ru Dominlf. For oUaloe nd.lifM: RrflMrir.; im\DENTOV Thirtyseven I
ROSIRHX! ACADKMV, MLVT:: P.U.M III .\n( exuberant altar boys
from St Joseph School mad
,,+ 110;,seer. a p.frtmag;! to St Augustinethe v ,

Academy Of The Names > j; ; weekend of April :30 and N n11S
Holy ; May 1. They left from the r

R.iid nt end day school for qirli. Grades one f r iwtlv Fully r-t school at 610: ) a m Friday

ur.dit.d. Program includtit college preparatory and fl.n.ril accompanied by Father Franc -
courses, mare, art and/ iporit. Conducted by SiiUrs .f f the Holy 4 :sea Lopez, Bob Baker

N.es. 3319 Kaythort Boultvard, Tampa, Florida. t L 7 Frank Giroux and Bob Wilton.
--1 1a tpon arrival la Florida's

cMct! city, a tour was mad
of the St. Augustine Chamber

OUR LADY OF THE MILLS \ of Ommerc* building, theCatlo "
:: de San Marcos lan
q"i( ? hlitcrlc fort*, the famo-ws"
stone ity( : gate. a musical
CAMPUENDEnSONVnU e 4 museum: and the antiquated: )" ', .,,

streets of St. Augustine, a : ft wI.
venerable statue of Ponce d.
Ilion and many other bis "

N. c. p/ tort: attractions. F..: $3000 po ...l for ny numbor of .4l.Al .

ocfivitioi fr.., isc'!"d;sg: Fnkisq. boi+.sg iwimmin; ). flf"v
A Catholic camp for boys and glib apes The rllmaied Mlitta the.f Nsrebr pilgrimage deDios be..!>.l, ponies; m*...... cr..... h\; ... ti-rfftt, .+..

7 10 16. 200 acres, 37 buildings la the Father Upts Hem! Mai at WRITE TO:

Blue Ridge Mountains Largo modern 1:30: a m. ndfr the trrr at Mary Help of Christian School
the branllfil. Mtdo
r altar.
pool, mountain lake, with all camping R Post Office Box H

activities guided by trained counselors. st. Augustine's 4000i a.advrisrr .-
Ideal accommodations for visiting par n this year a&d Itwas Tampa, Florida, 33605

ents. Camp provides pickup service to noted th"t. Fattest Fr.
or from nearest roll, air', bus terminal.A : .' c;1). o Lopes offered the fret Aha" M U, | I,**- Scke.l, d.

camp for youngsters to i: Mats on that very set September MARY HELP
grow..spirit* 6. 156*. OF CHRISTIANS SCHOOLA
ually, healthfully. For literature, write: Father Michael V GaaM.
Hom,*. ,
Sc| ,
Winner at National Science Fair director of the BUMWB. sad
*,.. 10 to II. .d.. St.i they Hi
Father Diego Contu assumed

Winter Address Carolina Mederos, a senior at BUh achievement and a trip to the Arronn the altar bays aid Uw cap Staged ..ci*..olv. 1 by Ho S.W.... .1 Do* I.K.

OUR LADY OF THE HILLS CAMP Moore High School in Orlando, National Laboratory. Here, Carolinaand erases durH Utetr stay at LM9' casps' e.celesf feaitAl ;..
IL !.. Chuck NMnbr de DIM
came home from the National Science Sister Edward Joseph look over w.ia Spa.5 plus Be+d .19d Cke:. Dr....&ia .19d Slaps
St Rfftaa's Circle of St
33S SprtngdaU A..n.eWINSTONSALEM for kiq'*
Fair in St. Louis, Missouri, with the several college catalogues and discuss jMrptTs Guild fuuwcvd UM grads

N. C. first award of the American Society Carolina's future education. trip by sponsoring project Wnh to: ......., H.lp .f O,st:.... Sc"-l"-

for Microbiology, a certificate of throughout the year '.0. Ioc M. T**p4. Re. U60CSSts



Seven The Florida Catholic Friday, May 14,1965CM

Bishops of Florida faced .
"i. : ..- '

-- --- CNU' 0' T. SAVIOti' : : : :

., .
Civil War .. -- ffI "
epidemics, bigotryFloridians .......... '. ..n ___ : .

have heard Father David P. Page speak t,. favored reconciliationwith potato famine and settled la

at days of recollection; at our Eucharistic Congresses; the Protestants and amore Charleston South Carolina.

and about the nation's religious beginnings at last year's friendly approach to There he soon entered the ,

anniversary Mass at the Mission of Nombre de Dios in science. His advanced views seminary and was ordained
SL Augustine. and outspoken attitude again In Rome for the Diocese of

placed him almost a centuryahead Charleston In 1860.
The Port Orange parish Priest is educator Father
an at
of his time. Not Inappropriately During the years of the
Lopez High School in
Daytona Beach and
vicepresidentof Bishop Robert J.
Civil War the future Bishopwas v
the St. Augustine Foundation. Catholic women in convention Dwyer of Reno recently stated conspicioua for his un. r h e

at Cocoa Beach applauded that the ghost of Augustin remitting leal and self-sacri

this address he Verot still stalks the hallwaysof flee la administering to the

the present Vatican Coun dying soldiers. When all his
last week
gave priestly companions but one

Catholic Church in Father cil.If any further proof were had succumbed Moore kept

THE hit bun Dntd v needed that Verot was a man up his heroic work day and

governed by outside Bishopsfor of vision one has only to night and almost miraculously Cocoa Beach church draws delegationsWomen

SOS of the 400 years of its Page"character" look to his audacious venturein retained his strength and
existence. For it was only in establishing the first Catholic vigor until the trying days from all parts of the ocese. The MM was the highlight Bidhop Charles B. McLaughlin,

March 1870 that the Dioceseof newspaper In Florida The were over. Diocese filed into the Church of of the convention u a source of auxiliary Bishop of Raleigh gave

St. Augustine was formal. St. Augustine "Examiner"was The career of John Moore Our Saviour at Cocoa Beach last spiritual strength Archbishop Jo the sermon. I

ly established thus puttingan and unfortunately probably the smallest as Bishop of St. Augustine week to begin the annual convention seph P. Murky was celebrant ..-

end to external episcopalrule. tended to conceal his real newspaper In America and like that of his Immediate of Catholic women in the DI.hastened slated by Priests of the Diocese

Prior to that date the greatness. For by any standard died with its Bishop four successor Bishop William J, -

Catholics of Florida had been Verot was a giant. months after its birth. followed in general, a
ruled by the Bishops of various Almost a century ahead of somewhat even tenor-with. on the first train to Kenny's appointment as third dofrnie of the Church gave him to St. Augustine ss his

dioceses, and vicariates his time, Verot was one of Early days out the dramatic events of the stricken city and there remained Bishop of the Diocese reached Catholics renewed courage vicar general.

located in Cuba, Louisiana the first to demand equality the Verot years. during the height of Jacksonville early in 1902.; and made them proud of During the first 10 years of

Alabama and Georgia.For of justice for the Negro and As a man very much aheadof the plague. the joyful citizens, Catholic their Faith. his episcopate 1923-32\ the

the of this few can match his record In his time, Verot howeverwas Moore's was a reign of constant He displayed In Jacksonville and non-Catholics alike, remembering Diocese of St Augustine experienced
however purpose shall the field of education for the not insensitive to the effort and steady the same untiring energy that Father Kenny The early years of BishopCurley's a phenomenal
talk ,
we confine
our remarks to the six freedmen past Possessed of a keen growth. When he became and zeal that he had had lost all his worldly episcopate were beset growth and development unparalleled .
of history he recog- Bishop of our Diocese in 1877 by fierce controversiessuch anywhere In the
Bishops who have ruled sense shown in Charleston duringthe possessions In the recent fire
his of preserving he found here only 13 Priests as that concerning theappointment United States those
Diocese since Its establish Champion sized duty war. It was a source of generously provided him I of Catholicpostmaster During
ment 95 It be for posterity the sacred By introducing\ religious Orders much inspiration and Indeed with means to cover his consecration a 10 years, the number cf dloce -
years ago. may of the Confederate which had first the Jesuits to In Jacksonville, Priests from
the As champion grounds upon namely grief to Bishop Moore when expenses and to an increased
noted at outset that St.
and of Catholic
has followed cause in the Civil been enacted the religious Tampa area and the Benedictines three Priests in Tampa and purchase his episcopal robes. a public 2V to 72, the parishes from 32
Augustine school I teacher
pat. In Fort
tern typical of the early War he had, indeed, advanced ceremony of taking possession to Pasco county, he some Sisters of St. Joseph His consecration on May Lauderdale.In to 60, the schools from 27 to
American diocese the current theological of the continent In the could boast of 32 Priests In while serving their fellowman 18 1W2! was the first such 37, while the number of students
almost- arguments for the defense name of God and of the the Diocese by the turn of gave their !lives as victims event in the historic city of 1918 three Sisters of St. in Catholic schools

pioneer clergy of French was of slavery as an Institutiona Spanish king and where had century The number of dio- of this dread disease St. Aufruitlne. Joseph were arrested In St. jumped from approximately

entirely soon replaced by the origin Irishwhose viewpoint, however he was been celebrated the first reran Priests, however, remained Bishop Moore left behind The 11 years of Bishop Ken Augustine for teaching Negro 4000 to 11000.People .
subsequently to reverse parish Mass In our land. much the same asunder children
task and to him many accomplishmentswhich ny's reign seem on the surface
was. In the height of his career Unfortunately with the Verot though unspectacularwere to han been uneventfulyet The bigotry reached a climax loved himThe
extent still is to
large ,

the for the prepare Verot was regarded as the change of Tags those groundshad But it is noteworthy that as significant He persuaded much quiet progress was later that same year In
the native way comingof most prominent Catholic prelate fallen Into private handsas the pioneer French mission the Sisters of M. made' the historic St. Augus the election of Sidney J. Calls boom of the early

clergy. in the entire South and farmland and were bought aries passed to their reward Joseph to sever their umbilical line church records were as Governor of Florida-on a IKO'i, the subsequent trash

Of the six Bishops who his stand on the slavery qurs- back by Verot in 1868. their places were filled by ties with France and become brought hark from Cuba; platform that was primarily and the destructive hurricanes -

have ruled the Diocese one tion earned him the distinction By 187) he had reconstructed young Irish Priests diocesan.It several attempts were made anti Catholic. The year 1917 of '2A and 28 did not

was a Frenchman three of being the first Catholic on those historic groundsa Of these the following at establishing Catholic colonies saw the passage In the Florida ruffle the serene composureof

were Irish born and two of Bishop in the United States Spanish chapel Likewise\ it would later make notable was through the mediation in Florida lengthy but Legislature of a Convent Bishop Barry.

American birth. These distinctions to speak out publicly on an was Verot's keen sense of history contributions to the developmnt of Bishop Moore that the unsuccessful efforts were Inspection act. Soon how Probably the most widely
however, are super not affecting free schools of the Sisters of ever the entrance of America known and best loved Bishop
issue directly that led him In 1871 to of the Diocese: FathersMichael made to recover from the
tidal For it may be stated Catholicism as such In his! Cuba in search of the early Maher, John F. St. Joseph st St. Augustine Federal Government properties Into World War I and the of Florida, Bishop Barry in
without undue chauvinism the welfare and at Mandarin became belonged consequent economic I up turn made It a point to know
concern for spiritual religious records of St. 0'B o'I', Patrick I Barry, which formerly had
that in all its Bishops the of the 30,000 Northern Augustine. Michael Fox Patrick J. rerofnlred and supported as to the Church.It swing directed the people's the prominent Catholic families -

Diocese of St. Augustine has prisoners at Andersonvllle, His efforts resulted In an Lynch John O'Brien Bernard public schools an arhlete- was under Bishop Kenny Interest elsewhere Anti Ger of every parish. Just as

been uncommonly blessed, Georgia! Verot also stood amazing historical find the OKellly' James Veale menu for which Bishop Verot that the following Important manism stole the thunder Hhhop Curley was known for

for all without exception were alone. No leader of any other parish records of St. Angus and James J. Nunan.Schools hud striven In vain parishes were founded: All from antl"athollclim his courageous leadership so

great spiritual leaden, true denomination provided spirit tine d.tinl back to June 25, After directing the des Souls Sanford, St. Ann Looking bark over those Bishop Barry will always be

Americans, and proud Flori ual aid and consolation to the ISM. These were returned to grow tlnles of our Diocese for 21years tasla's, Fort Pierce; Pit.Ann' difficult jean we can be remembered fur his kindness

diana disease-ridden inmates of St Augustine under Bishop Bishop John Moore ., West Palm Beach; M grateful for such fearless and, gentility

that Infamous prison where, Kenny in 1VU6 and today constitute While the Catholic population on. t>f the moot beloved of our Joseph's' and Our lady of men as Bishop Curley for Yet Bishop Barry was a
Verot the firstOn during a six month period in the oldest written records of the Diocese remainedmore Bishops passed to his eternal Mercy Tampa and Assumption without such frank and vigorous man of action and of keen.

1864, over 10,000 soldiers wentto of American origin preserved or less stationary under reward on July )). 1001. In South Jacksonville leadership It Is doubtfulIf foresight

October 14, 1S30.: there their premature grave in the United States. Bishop Moore, the attendanceof the Catholic Church would It Is to him that we owe our
arrived in Baltimore a young children In the Catholic Part III Zealous and self sacrificing<< command the same prestige gratitude for most of our
Held ef eduestloa When Verct was appointed known for
French Priest who la the Bishop Kenny was
Sulplclaa schools quadrupled.Yet and respect that *he does atpresent Catholic hospllals
was later destined to becomethe ,ret was a leader .( (he vicar\ apostolic of Florida In at the end of BlahndMoore's William J. Kenny his loving car *f the or- magnificent and many of our beautiful '
first magnitude.As IBM he found the Church his clear judgmentand
first Bishop of the Diocese plans
the ChurchIn
career In many respects Bishop churches as St
ef St Augustine. For 23 early as 1ar.a he broughtto here In a deplorable amid abject condition Florida was very much a Third Bishop Indomitable rourage. Curley had much in common Paul's Daytona Beach; St
years be taught philosophy, St. Augustine eight French missionary one It may help Well over six feet tall, he with III.hoprot.. Doth Mary's, St, Petersburg;, St
theology but mostly scienceat Sisters of St. Joseph to educate poverty. you to vlsuallte the situation The first native American possessed a magnificent\ spoke out on Issues and. quea Edward's Palm! Beach; fit

the Sulplclaa seminaries mainly the colored chil There were enly three If you reahte that by the Bishop of St Augustine was physique, and yet at the age/ tins of the day. Thus, ss Anthony's, Fort Lauderdale;

In Maryland, in which state dice Before his death he badCatholic Priests .in the entire Mate, year 1)00 only the following! the Most Reverend William of 50. death came suddenlyto Bishop of St Augustine, Cur. St. Patrick's, Miami, holy
he also served as a parish schools established admlnlsterlBf le about 200t U churches In the State had J. Kenny. Horn In Delhi New him while on a visit to Icy did not hesitate to condemn Rosary anti, St Paul's, Jack

Priest for five years until his in SL Augustine Mandarin, Catholics scattered through- resident' Prleits York on October I1. 18A3, the Baltimore. on October 33. the attitude of the sonville.

consecration in April. 1868 Jacksonville Fernan- Mil te parishes St. Aifut- 1. Cathedral parish. St future m.hoplr"/ up In 1913. Federal Government towardsthe It was lllshop Bury who

as the first vicar apostolic of dins and Palatka. tine and Jacksonville-and a Augustine Scranton Pennsvlvanl, persecution of the ChurchIn In JMI reinstated the customary .

Florida. The year 1170 saw another few million stations. 2. Immaculate! Con c e p turn where he worked in the newspaper Part IV Mexico. pilgrimage to tlie votive
bareness for
first for V trot he secured Jacksonville many shrine and Muilon of
Tbree years later, la June public funds for the Catholic Whatever progress Bishop 3. St Mary Stir of the Sea years Bishop CurleyWhen Both Blihnp were great Noiflbr d. l>KtiConscious .
mi, he was made third Verot had made In his early
f Catholic education
Savannah-some. Key West. distinction of rhimplnns *
of the
schools He hat
Bishop of the Diocese ef.Hatannah In Florida, became a the successor of of his awesome
years and both revived filtering
thing which had never been 4. St Joseph Mandarin being the enly one of cur sit obligations ss custodian ClfArnerlu'
while retaining his ruins" during announced
of smoking
heap Itlihop Kenny was Interest In the hlilorle
don before in the UnitedStates I. St. MM A.cl. Fernandas.C. lllihnps (. bane hoes or mast sacred and
tlcarlal jurisdiction et Mori- the Civil War but the 1914 the entire 1 Diree 10. .
In April minion site of Nombr d.Itlos
the time of Horace St. Monks, Palatka. Priest In theCathedral
since dalwrd a* a historic: /ground h* laud elaborate
eta In Marrh. ire he was Church rebounded with amas- to hear
was surprised
I .
boo- 7. St Ambrose, Elktofl.I. .
crusade on M. Augutllne.The
Mann's of fur the T.Jth: : anniversary -
made first Bishop .f( the log vigor during the the name of Father MichaelJ
half of public schools. In prerating Mater Dosoreea, Tallahassee rooM be of M Augunt.n:.! to
ly created Dloeet .f( Pt.Augustine quest decade. ordaining prelate wet Curley, pastor of DeLanil Many more thing

la which fflre he upon the Savannah the On the death of Its first /. St. Patrick Gainesville. Dit died ea June It, 1171. authorities to recognise Bishop In in the St Augur OcaltII. in,. youngect Bishop In the United concluding, It Is sufficient to 8, 1MO. (Death however would
education. fit Nest
of Catholic U. Philip
public aspect recall! that h doomed Intervene
tine Diocese could bout of The youthful Priest served State. was
Such Is a brief outline cf "',rot anticipated. by 10 Priests mostly Frenchmen Titusvltk. with much seal! and WCCM Like the late Illtnop Moore worthy In 1982 to ascend one On August U, 1W, H ih''P

the career of a remarkable almost a hundred years the 20 Churehes, 70 ml.. 11 St James, Orlando. as pastor of St Monica's, Michael J. Curley was born of America' greatest churchmn Harry pasted to his eternal!
1*& U. Name Miami.
man. Aagvstm Verot ..hoHMop.ph1 Federal government's convents holy Ire Cardinal OtbboM, reward
stations, six mis. We meth.
lion Palatka, a hug Mry in Comity
Art 14. St. Lee Pa MO CoWIt,
by Father MichaelV. Education with schools attached and an parish that l Included several land Ordained In home In Archbishop of Baltimore.
been For an tolerertwg account U St Louts, Tamp
Gannon has recently
of his
entire Catholic population cewties.' lilt quahln i were 190J immmttately upon
of the
pubUtfced under. the Ul of Buhop Verot's activities at appreslmately 10,000 souls. Of course melt staUes e prickly rec Bid la I his *ppoifltinent arrival m this country h* I i.e. Part V LARGO
had miniM -
council cfturclM
Ketel Buhop.Extremely the First Vatican mayI excessively of Ut hue. ml.
Wora out by en For ss piston of Ins cam pastor *
Father Cannoa's attached to
: amass" ef nature direct you to fatiguing visitation of his diocese macwlit Conception Church turnery parish ef D.Lan4. Bishop Barry
Rebel the. Tltusvlll I
toe masterpiece, eiarop4e
Verot has been dorrtbed *- Bishop "ot. after a w shiMigMftcant Jacksonville- in 1 H and Here he di tm uiahd himself DOItE'S IAWNMOWER
had missions
as "the foe foot Brthop. lifetime ef dedication to the villages as soon afterwards as BisaopMoore's as a leetous mlasionary Th* fifth Blohop of St SHOP

CiMl" His unusual afpearante Sulkiest, to say that ef all thugs of God passed to his vicar general. fries I and la *io>|uittjffch Augustine" Patrick Iisrry Two l.-*. lay
Roc kludge, New Smyrna I.... .... .....,.
Ms disregard for protocol the Amerteaa Bishops at IkeCoeacO. eternal reward on June 10, and DsytonaHMrh. r.S ws l born in founty (Har Into eat ......

and eeremMy. his uncwivectieftal 1'er.l.pole( ...*.Ifreq..U 117*. port .image while It Louis's in In JacksonvilleIn aitrarlh ws his oratory a family of chlMrwi., three ,...a'.,1.,...w II.a..iei't' ..

views and biscease ,. Tampa had mieietu tt suchovtofthe that ofUntlmM/ his Dc.> of whom were to l use their .... ..... 1' ...
and unique mode of Tribute Jacksonville. Father "MdolilXo mark on the Church;
as e-
place congregation was
the land
eiprvMten all helped to rial He vigorously opposed way K'M, won the love and admiration .M rTorKU.
sty him as sotnetiueg of a definition of papal tnfaOiMUCLEARWATER No human being could have Lakeland. Fort"Myra, Clearwater of CatitoUc: sndDonCaUMftr quarters Proteita to
The future Bishop came
and St Petersburg. ioIdMcllJ.1V
accomplished so much good alike by hit toMfet.of .
50 mach for the Diocese A mae ef britttant Honda) la IM awl served L Floral
by relytsg merely on eaUra heroic efforts, during two atotely tarto" of piseva n4 for In Jackson wr
and partakes as they my yrs !gf" DNgee
talent For above aB Bishop
More. Uc events.' personality of great strength stile Moore being made pas
Verot was a saintly man of under What Bttfeoo about the man III.... The twit ef tfte was the" of character, of Pestles, cow ter at Patolka. In IIU he LARGO FLORIST
God. At hi* funeral Father yellow fever effttanM ofIMS Wako Curtoy was aborII Cl.err./er-Ler9e Id.
self! Moor was a small shy.retiring age feundwi Assumption I'arUh 401 N.
'Ywr On.-Seeo So w Where culd be seen mere safety Fatter Kenny, day It wee UN good ,..... of
SKYCREST GARDEN SUPPLY Easily as're* humility, petence. forebear- and nlgM afaaMatorod. the the" Ie....*. CaSholifS of"
FWT1UZHV INiECTiClDIS. SEEDS I PLANTS a D e e. mortification, meremptet. was a man (4 God and eltftepMSrie last saeramenl and rendered fonda tkat they s4 at that

GAIOLN TOOLS: flEE CE ltV.YPho '. mastery ever aetf whom he served with every cwwefaUen. to UM' tentvictim time meta a capable and fearIM 0/IUfS SUIF SllVICt Mct
I, 44J.7M4 ((111 Or*. Sped Hao ever beard barn boast *4 much ...1. MeUcutous and I who were slowly rot .MMp Per k finnui"" ( 10)0 W. t.( Dive t

speak of htmseef who knew tfftrteot be was as able tg away la Ute hut <>">P'* around IW turn arose tn uv Des Drugs
f..*cwr and was knew as a ,t4-M N,+..
b ra greed, self cusnc.it.d; that were Nt !If on the out thruu>stst the "loufhersi
CLARK'S w .... did be ever eonaotatt.sVw "Uwrwgh man of bwetM. sktrts of JatktonvUloFlaaHy Bih*. 14. .." M aM( easlike 24 M** ...4.oWrotl S.y C., .'nfl.d JI2W- l.yDr,
f (
even tnAgnaboa, et- Father Pacew be himself became, (for reClll t.. 6....r.l Ate. I Ph. 184.4117
when the. ... (4 God
GULF SERVICE rid ra. The .se. ., bigotry I
.. a tktim and on OM eeeeviae Trek 1.1\1'
.r4 the CtMfCB was ks fie.r.s reached st* rroal *artn< the
HICc-ES I CIfN what eMy however paMf ..e a. hat belayed burned MCata4rsl we* near Ike point .f deeh.flirken UUU twnoel who. ) ISM Mm
PHONE Jt did be SlOt fvknflT ace, tho SMt 4votV '"fan
down III laff BiiHev Moore peers later, a SUPPLY
Part II went M a bf|.g tew el tile 1 1 Lend Uasjedy *tru> k theG.Mwey *nUCo *t>e pe..I. LARGO OFFICE E i
UM r.ec.e*.. a weekly ctrcuMui
swrtherm t..... where Vuxby City Mnwlr .rrMfLIT8 SUPPLIES
tare 14 which swept ul a milliosi' aerf s .half < "V*' OFFICE O'JTFiTTIH' )
Bishop Moore after, JkatdAy he see to five tweet .. LOW" Owesr.A1",
CkMrch be/ante J.
aid su Masses Each .*.* JaOceavWe SUM*! Item end flee Phono 114-117 1
WM I. Or.. Florid.
216 1
W monetroustihols
vKttSB t
Verot's BJBMiedtate successor wKJkovt fad. Pie weld NM to *.*). detnyng> lmmrume -
ofevery latetoey Ci .Mi churm r.< ks fV,ri4a. "however,
HOT aeeevst
(tj0trr was Ptesji.. ? Jesta Moor back a wntten
Zfy serf It Mary s ao ,fiM cfeorff we Mt noa -
who ni4: u.. Oiecee e< StAsgvrtiM fetqr be had recessed tase.ot.
from May U, U77 la hu ,..., asewteeji at tMC ..... t.. w irysiiai OK* .*wro4 Wherever the at.WI H. L. JAMES

SARASOTAS C"NAL: PAW 551I tall Me death In 11. .**4/l, faINt ,.4wud alals. ratter ,Many .. "M *h*.v* .. BoaofCurloy i Peeitee 1-

I wide south .f Sf.c...., peat: fee** ..,.*+ r.llUj( 41)) Bon .la Cewary WeoUnesth.IreUad Pave. ..asw4 H. res* el !Ie4r not called special pua4cm .lewww ?

...1''" w W"'- so. 1* 4. Mm Moore Whew the ,..0'n", tJ1I rely ks .... ,.".*. but ii!'o whwh h* per...... MMnyeeAppre;sets!
arIdr.-, .... 114.2271Pioneer
INOm4STVE teat' his native laM as s boy etHnIC broke out<< i*) Jrave. rytone I Oft'4. SIUU1
IhFOhA phje' '24-211' M" the Ms "f f.'i'f III* r.o..i<'4 .... ebq'w
: *
svvii; "... I II I A. M. ., 14 years dhflcg the trig tiU la W Btatop >



-.- ..- Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, May J.I, JM(

; composers asked fo r-

Pope more spiritual

fill needs of new liturgy t ii;i urges

used labor
influence on
DKTKOIT (NC)-The Church has issued an appeal to ,: )

musicians to meet "the urgent need" of the new English. f' "; VATICAN CITY (NO)-Pope Paul VI has called for

language liturgy by composing "new musical settings stronger relations between the world of work and the

better suited to present needs" :. .. illlr world of spiritual values in his May Day general audienceIn
In a statement issued at the close of its two-day meet. \ !J.t. ... Peter's basilica.
ing here the new music advisory board of the Bishops' 'A. '" '< M' 'I B St. held large come from all parts of Italy.
As communists a
Commission on the Liturgical Apostolate stressed that :I' rally in the square in front The Pope acknowledged the
of the individual
"a liturgical compositionIs made In the next three or four L'n of the Basilica of St John pilgrimages in St. Peter's and
to be, first of all, good Lateran the Pope warned
months so that official settings was greeted in turn by loud
music" which is "well suited for the parts of the Mass more than SAh O pilgrims, applause and cheers of "Viva
to the words it uses." pertaining to the celebrantand ) many from labor organizations il Papa"- 'Long Live the

It said also that the different ministers can be approved I against those who use Pope."
roles of the celebrant and by the Bishops of the I'nlt- r '\ labor as a "source of social Earlier in the day he madea

minister, cantor and choir, ed Stales t. .. iT : hatred brotherly and love.passion" instead of broadcast to Milan's cathe-

aid congregation as a wholes Archabbot Weakland noted, dral, where Giovanni Cardinal
!"uld be recognized, that the how
however, that compositions Pope Paul recalled Colombo, Archbishop of
faithful must not be "denied for the Ordinary and the Pope Plus XII established Milan, had Just offered Mass
their! "rightful part in worship Propers of Mass remain with. f May 1 as the feast t of St. Joseph for thousands of members of

in the province of the Individual the Worker to glue a the Association of Christian
'It is of the greatest importance Bishop, and that the advisory ('hrlstian8lu.. to the day's Italian Workers (ACCT).
." the board declared board is not a review ebsenance. Admitting that the ACLI

"that those who set themselves ing committee for them But To prevent the labor question program of bringing Christian
to the great: work of the board is to submit to the from being regarded as influence to bear on the
providing music for the worship commission guidelines for of labor scene is difficult and
of God should be competent the criteria an "argument permanentand often with
musicians clarifying social greeted hostility
pragmatic struggle
Ji /
musicians, should havea to be used in evaluating : Instead of harmonious and the Pope urged his listeners:
true feeling for the English liturgical compositions.. the "Have/ courage. Have faith."
positive cooperation,
and be well Inform.
language: In the of the (May Above all he said
course Pope called on his visitors to they
the nature of the
ed on liturgyand
45)) session, Archbishop Paul \ __ "pray that Justice and peace should approach the problemby
the ams! of its renewal _
The advisory board J Mailman of Atlanta stressed demanded by the great and hiving "fidelity to a sincerely
the importance to the liturgical worker of Nazareth professed Christianlife.
= of 12 specialists in sac Affiliation learn duties of office
presidents "
red music, met here with the renewal of the expert.ence nay reflect itself in a Christian .
competence and initia in the world of labor
five Bishops of the episcopal tive of experts in sacred Workshops and conferences were tlon presidents, covered duties of tony, Mrs. Anthony Banks, Mrs ." way

liturgical headed by commission Archbishop, whichIs John music. held on the last day of the Diocesan officers: from the left, Mrs. Thad John Boyle and Miss Irene Scan- The holding of a general Heads diocese

t Doarden of DetroIt. The Archbishop, who is one Council of Catholic Women's con Siemlenskl, Father John F. Lima Ion. audience on Saturday was unusual VATICAN CITY (NC -

Coadjutor Archabbot Item- of the two American membersof vention in Cocoa Beach last week. M.M., moderator; Mrs. James The audl.nc.I'U heldto Chicago-born Carmelite Father

bert ttOakland OS11,, of St. the postconciliar liturgy One such workshop, for the affilia Brown, chairman; Mrs. Theo An. greet thousands of work. Nevin W. Hayes, 43, has
mcent's arc'habbey, Latrobe, commission in Rome as wellas '1'1' pilgrimages that had been named by Pope P.ul1 I
Pennsylvania, who is head of serving on the United ---- -- --- as first Bishop of Sicuani '

the advisory body, said that States Bishops' commission, Thoughts on theology Sacred Scripture Peru, a mission territory i
most of the meeting was lake told the musical experts: raised to the rank of diocese

en up with evaluation of pro.posed "We share with you the Father Hayes, who studied at

musical settings for the commitment' have madeas War is a complex issue God's hell p: sustains the Catholic University of
English texts sung by the Fathers of the Second Vatican America before ordination In

celebrant of the Mass. In Council that music must 1946, was assigned to Lima,
particular, he said, there was enhance the liturgy with its Uy Father Henry J, Miron. few of which the must many be considerations present His faithfi JI j | peoplepeople Peru, in 1951. He was named
own nobility of sound. ORAL theologians
discussion of generally nulhus
many new settings M prelate at Sicuani in
in the mind of the theologianas
for the Lord's Prayer, "The treasury of sacred discuss the legit he considers the practical ((...linn.* rrmi .... f..r) and as lie had helped 1959.
which at sung Masses is to music must be preserved, and imacy of warfare under the 1 Father pragmatic problems of self the return of the Jews from their forefathers, se lie would

be sung by the Priest and the voices of the people must specific heading of the Fifth shall /...' henry J. defense, anger, warfare, and the Bab)Ionian exile help them. And their filth i
congregation together. ring out In that participationwhich Commandment: Thou the rights of individuals and was not In vain Daytona BeachLa
not kill. Mime They came back to the
Hope was expressed that is rightly theirs. r nations to continued legitimate Holy Land Just bursting with He did see them through,

definite proposals ran be The advisory board's Initial The rational principle which existence that Joy and enthusiasm and they recognized His saving

statement, drafted at the request underlies this negative command The task of the theologian, which only homecoming can hand. Their response was France
is that only the Creator one of deep and sincere gratitude !.
of Archbishop Dearden, and, we may add, that of the excite in human heart. Their
Daytona Beach Issued of life his an absolute unconditional which finds Its causality In : "Blessed is the Lord, Uniform
was particularly for statesman and pollf'y.ma.l'rar. future glowed with a bright, j
the "consideration of musicians right over any createdlife. the death and resurrection of further complicated by rosy light. But reality rarelyliver who did not leave us a preyto Ill
and composl.'rslho are Jesus Christ. the Immediacy of the prod up to dreams, and in the their teeth We were rescued -

Mildred'sKP devoting their talents to the By the use of reasonable inquiry Christ did not will that He less case of the Jews, the disenchantment like a bird" from the ,4.-AI

service of the worship of and reflection, man discovers suffer die and rise from the vvas positively fowlers' snare. Typ"I
God." dead in His salvlfic Fullness of time and ample What more powerful protector
.. the fart of the right vain actions crushing.
lit ]K Olf. rt.f A. I
leisure for research may enable
'".lnK Wild M MllclrHiItilkH he has over his own life when were designed for every They found their country a could they have than .
th. if..nre"IL Home economics he realizes that his origin is man. the historian to form his shambles' ; the Job of reconstruction the omnipotent Creator of !
..... individual Judgment about
I the universe ,, -
himself but
from of
not and
whkh faced them
ATLANTIC CITY (SCI"God's ) Thus, the! moral theologian wars which have occurred In .
from and of the Trinity who was' staggering funds Is He not infinitely more --'.
poor-Our Family"will must consider the value-. the past; too often, however, ".
act over man as Creator, by wealthy and than equal to any challenge -
plied -
Welcome Travelers be the theme of the annual supernatural and Infinite such luxuries are not permitted --,
Lord and Sanctifier.In presented to Him by the malice
convention of the National value-of the saltation of the theologian and compatriots soon ran .....
Furniture this out. Hostile neighbors, like of sinful enemies or by al-
Catholic council discovery man recognizes human
on beings as a necessaryand .statesman ho are caught up
Forth and, Patio SpteUttUt! home economics to be held that his right to life, logical principal In the in the very warp and woof of the Samaritans, and Rdo- our own twisted natures i i
Rattan Wrrught Iron here June 19 and 20 at the and, by extension, the right: rational discussion of the morality the present moment and who mites carried on a constant "Our help If in the name
Aluminum and did of the lard. who made f
harassment their
Hotel Jackson Specialistswill of other living creatures to of warfare, whether are required by their generation "
Highway I-Ormcnd leach discuss ways of aiding continued life, Is a relative this latter be Individual or International. to give some response to level test to sabotage all heaven and earth
the poor in this country and right, I e., subject to and conditioned the question efforts to rebuild the shat- YOUR OWN BUSINESS

overseas by the absolute rightof When and how can we act? lend .l'tIftOmy. Y. 5as ael.U.) a. r..lnu i
Furniture bobs the Godhead. Moreover, Stating the principles of the Is such action legitimate by They hex every right to be .. Q 'c 's, 11. ? 4 .

frrtttlnq Cards the end or purpose for which Fifth Commandment in this the standards of morality discouraged and to give up. ; ,1M. ,1. ,.,: a r : ,IVId I.4 enl art.i.! p.mI I
INCOME TAX shout the complexity of But their indomitable faithgave ,. .
LLOYD COX the Trinity creates and redeems way Further, when one considers .L.n we Mic rwma
the morality under discussion them the IweSIR Ue..we ....
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Nln HM Florida Catholic Friday! May 14, 1003

I Conquistadores came to claim Florida for Christ and Spain. I

Tie Florida Catholic is -__ 'T',.
pleased to publish here the rTsuii: and from Mexico He knew

address of Father MichaelV. --T1nr- the ports of the West fuel! '.
!t the currents of the lamb,jn:
Cannon of St. I
Augus. r
> and the inviting shoreline cf
tine, given last week to the Florida.

Diocesan Council of Cath. r

olic Women. The talk will LT1I He also knew that Florida
was. populated by Indians
be concluded in the
next whom. no missionaries had yet
Issue. Readera are Invitedto LM.4 been able to onVt'rtlDd hold:

clip and save both copies.. for lack of a permanent mission
i i.r. iM

Menendei base. heard the Kind's

t M, proposal He thought of

Father Ejy Spain's economic depinden, v
upon the treasure fleets He

Michael V. thought of the spiritual da-:

w Hers to lorida's Indians that
would come from beret, al
i'I Frenchmen (most of the

(_. Frenchmen were HuguenoU)
and he thought too of the good

that he himself could do as a
are the heir, the special viceroy of the ChurchIn

If you will, of this as jet unconquered

the most sacred place in and savage province
America the Mission of Norn-
He told the King that he
bre de Dioi, where the Catholic
would RO and the King named

beloved Church United began States in these Votive church in St. Augustine being built at Oldest MissionThe him Adelantado, that la COY

error, of Florida

years You of and Catholic I are heirs history.of 400 No south end takes shape for the votive church: walls of the votive church. Coquina shell rock quarriednear eights to .f'e In St Aupintine The votive church, The royal charter givenMrnrndei

other people anywhere In our being built on the grounds of the Mission of Nombre de St. Augustine, wa used by the Spaniard when together with the great crons to be a beacon of the on March ZOo IMS,

country can make that statement Oldest Mission In the United States. The plans they built early mission churches: In the. Ancient! City faith at st. Augustine, am QuaJrlrcntonnial rnunu 400 years ago now, plainly

call for an outdoor altar photograph at left; blocks of and its durability ia attested to by the atone fort built menta planned by the Diocese. charged him with a mlixlon-

It is often said that a noble coquina, right photograph are being used to build the by Spain, Castillo( de San Marcos, one of the historio ary as well as a military re

people lives by noble traditions sponsibility.
and you and I hue the coast were the pioneers of a Ida's beginnings but that dim was a dead Indian as He came back again In 1521 Indiana here In this tarot If Menendei de Aviles should

I, noblest traditions of them all vast Interior With Catholic phrase still rings true. For some recent historian are beginning to attempt a icttlement !However country had proved to be II change his mind, "As we have in mind the

In 1886 there was a wonderful settlers came the minister of wherever the historian casts te say, In the Spanish the reaction of the Indians unstable and Inpermanent as good of salvation of those Indian

paragraph written by God. And Mass was said to his eyes, there still Is the colonies It was thought worthwhile to his landing was so the tides that lapped its The FrenchWhat souls we have decided!

first great United States Catholic our hallow the land befcye the altar, the ancient Christian t* Improve the nitUes hostile that he had to give it shores Indeed the historianof to give the order to se-J

historian, a gentleman first step was taken to rear table of sacrifice around for this life and te sate his up And Ponce de Leon himself the abortive Trhtan de was only a worry In Priests to instruct the Indians .

named Dr. John Gilmary a human habitation." which gathered at one date or soul for the ne\t. was wounded by an Indian Luna mission recorded that the mind of the Spanish kingin and those people who are

another all the great names arrow and he died in the lots of life and expense Incurred Christians and our subjc ia
Shea. He 1561 became
was plain realityIn
thinking of And then Dr. Shea tttered Before the House of Burgesses
that make up the early history Puerto Rico from that wound In that venture resulted that they may Uve am tand
Florida when he wrote this: those words which are reprinted met at Jamestown and the summer of 1V54, 401
of the state-when In convert talk with the natives that
"The Catholic Church In eo the front ef well before the Pilgrims set only one years ago, when French adventurers
your Spanish La Florida was an ExplorersAfter Despite the bent efforts of may Inhabit those lands act
this under Rene Oou-
country does not
foot Hock the
begin snnnsl report-"Tte altar on Plymouth
outpost of empire and a curve the gallant, devoted and self- provinces of Florida and &0th.t
her history after colonies war elder th.. the bearth"A Indians of Florida were being lame de Laudonnlere preempted ,
the of Christendom the Indiana themir:,
on rim Ponce de Leon cameon sacrificing Priests who en the northeast "i
were formed and coastline
men have taught the elements of Christianity
looked to their temporal well wonderfully expressive Priests and friars, conquls- and the arts of readIng the west coast, Father dured Indescribable privationsIn of the peninsula of Finn by association and convma.

being Her Priests were fllt.nu-'Th. altar w. tadores, adelantados, soldiers writing, carpentry and Louis Nanaet Ayllon, a Dominican the American wilds accompanying Ida and began construction of lion with them the Span'
and statesmen Indians from Priest also on the those expeditions; lards, might more easl'v! be
among the explorers of the older than the hearth. Those singing a military fort called Fort
words ring as true today as the swamps and shortland west coat In the general area and who set up their crows Caroline taught our Holy Call- __:
A century and a half before and their unfalter.tog Faith and be led to g nil
ever they did in 18M Spaniards and Minorcans. of Tampa Then later in 1U9 preached pram
ORLANDOWINTER rich and poor, the innocent Father Junipero Serra the famous Hernando de Soto Faith as brit they couldin The French, outpost was lit- tire and good customs and to

The and the rtpentent-they area and friars could count 30,000 and In 1U9, Trlitan de Luna temporary halts song over sled near the mouth of the perfect behavior"
PARK sang; idle of stout mm and settled Christian Indians along who landed at Peniacola and land treks; despite all of Itlvtr of May as the French (T* be continued)
hate generous women. And If the amino real of California, began a short lived settlement that, the savages of Florida railed It and as we call It to-I.d.y
perhaps we
there was at some time some an equal number lived under there.All. remained plunged the craisof the SI. Johns, where It
more discerning and sophisticated the sound of minion bells between
> of these failed. Idolatry and ignorance Commanded' the northern discharge
evil in them there was also men
YOU WILL LIKE /journejs Into Flor- much of good. And If at times St Augustine and Til.lah. They failed because the Indians When would the Priests have of the Manama (hiit- ORLANDOWINTER
I eau .mpl:* ptrting spec they stooped to small or mean were hostile or they another chance?
.f our ntw store I BARNES things they also rote to Their villages here bore failed because they did not Not for sometime, decided! eelThis PARK

Why not visit M t.Jiy DRAPERY AND heights of courage and generosity such names as Name of God have the Implements with King Philip I 11.! On September fort enabled French

'! FLOOR COVERING, I.... and sacrifice, whichare Holy/ Faith St Catherine St which\ to train men to tin the 23, 1M1, which would be 405 warihlpi to sally forth against

Children's'Clothes FREE ESTIMATES the real patents of nobilIty ). Joseph, Holy Cross, Ascension toll They failed became of years ago, the king wrote off fleets with dangerous ease

2001 N. 09' OrW. and the expected fruits of St Michael\ and Our their inability to deal with the Florida as no longer worth Laudonnlere's force conslited FAIRVIEW

Line 6A/dn B-J4I7 Christian life. Lady of the Rosary weather, the mosquitoes, the the effort or the IIllftn.( t'n- of soldiers, sailors ..nll.rUlln.

Ml .....- t.. *)4ttll And this golden age lasted hot tropical sun and they lets some crisis of state demanded .. No clergy\ or farmers CUanert & laundryo.p'IkI.

$150 earlierTo until 1709 when the Spanish failed too, because they it there were to be were included. The prts- .f'f:6rle. c.*
Herman J.Heidrich years Indian system based on re- I lacked the Indomitable will no further attempts tn colon- enc of this warlike van constituted Ml*. :

houseoteeet & Sons their unfailing' trtdltf1orldl' Upon and agriculture came of the man who did succeed lie this peninsula, In tnls decision a direct challenge to 4Illfd> sfrOrlne.
claims of in Florida
at last Into fatal' collision with the man named Pedro Meandu he was largely Influenceil the Spain
.-.t. ...4rrM ChM- s story began with apositive which had I been recognised by
If r.... ... t........ cootnbMlKW! the the EngtlMi system lined on de Avllesla by that admiral whose France In 1 MHere
I mentioned a moment
trade and .ur.n4Jaemat name AQUINO'SSERVING
.r founding of missions for the .
545511 veer Iaeesits Spats follow lag la lilt
ago Pedro MMUwtts de DO doubt was a crisis
Indisns It is the antecedents of this selllrmrnl ., Trli- THI
w of the I AvIUi of slate capable of changing
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rvwJT LEWIS-COII the mrtk the ealy good I. 4.10 '.M. te lltOO. '.M.
STIAK. EXTERMINATING co. ll." the Cross was first The Spanish (crown the happened
t M.st.e H4III panted Is a story at rick and King, was miffed because d. A permanent miNIon ami LOUNGE
><*r [ I Philip II learned In the
j ON A SKEWERI WIUr4 ft..r.. ... sins Gary's Duck Inn as escltlag ss aiytnlgg tail spite ala well planned attempts settlement could wait until spring of \'M that J..n Hfc ::o OfU.j. Ay.. WFH .
""Ceefieeef Cfr the right man and tile right '. I IM2 Ml 74550tru '
*..>4. (II lit .n. 15 1 55111 555 lea cam afterwards to do so, the banner of built the great if a captain y.
| .l4 O.*, 555551 ...,... /5a Castile and Leon had still not moment cans, he dl'Cl4tod. we aswmblUig a fleet lo re-
TV* Op*. M.Or4Il$13Q.Lora.61.90, ae.5t555r5twnun..I .. know that there were in Was there was salt ciesxt
Fu,5dwe Iwpllh4.r./ as ..,. to flortda permanently planted swfftctent Intone' Fort Csroltn
many espediUons teal en the one hand ami .
the elusive sands of Florkda. sarruuu.
APrKS You c. Aff.,4 Mil eau _.. ... ,..* which failed! The first *- the etiwr .
--.4 u s espditmi Th. Spanish naval and mill urgency on w.m parse.
Fr.* Elf.m*.*. of Ponce cSt Leon wasa The right moment _OWdtoml Threat to claim eusra WUewIre
lot*M *- frustratedand
.=. : .:=. 1& S REUr-HOLSTI RING of He lacy leaders were ..
wyage eiploraUoe. for tsam4e.. I' 1\JddIaa. tit. irrriii
O So'M 201 is/y' S. 09' A.... JIM BLAKE did not attempt to form a s tUement > embarrassed by fall- I ly a new factor esalraeael III reacted angrily to what ....".. NI5I

"STUll lSrunr 6A 5-1717 omcc SUPPLYrvnyITCHM hers It* simply lire of bold their a Uarnhead arms to s.eureaid That Danish shipping In the He. he considered a foreign vrroerhmnt '< .O.L itreui

coasted up and down the esit the of In- hems ('...*..1 that rune aio.gFlorida's en the Hpanlil inrriB .trT'
crricc ftirrtu road of the pMlaeula andthen arrows primitive et tenet that domain A lpoJsh filet, h.

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/., OtU4 At, WT. the west roast as 'far as the several notable occasions war M here at we alt here. patched at Mire to repel l HI-
general arts of Peaaoela.wunw this aftermmi at the famous b*.H and to secure Floridafor Inc.
ORLANDO SINCI IIJ4Mmb humble pie that prowl cooqiditsdoffs -
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.f N.. Y4 S*1 bk.*9. : lOt Arvn.: were not preparedto know as tape KennedyThe Pedro! M iHHwW< de Avl...., 310 Park Ave. S.vt\
tit The gM that certainof
BILL BARDOE Spanish treasure 11Hf. Cait.ln g..etl of the SpasIiii .
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The Florida Catholic Friday, May II, MCI m

v Impressive situationof

National Council leader

U.S./ in space told

speaks in Cocoa Beach -
(('..tI.... 5.. ,... ...) Colonel referring to the wom
couldisualize the fantastic en's leader who shared thespeakers'
observations made
the by
things that are now going on
rostrum, "any or
Mrs Marcus Kilch, national president of the National
and are planned for the future ganization or endeavor or accomplishment
mncil of Catholic Women, at the recent diocesan worn- : takes people.It .

his talk about
Much of was'
lnnedy, the NASA guide in her particular bus said thatin ; the Gemini program, featuring of people to get a job
order to launch a missile it took a great organization. v the development of the like this done. And very com

NCCW, she said, is another great American organiza present U S. space posture. petent, capable organizations -

tion, one that claims! more c Modern rocketry, he noted, ."
said to her, Go tell Peter and i ; In conclusion, Colonel Albert .
than 10 million Dr.
women. dates to the American
the rest that I am risen A IBid that Gemini Titan 4
She also found a personal to the Robert Goddard. Dr God
woman was an apostle tA is well He
meaning for La Florida, that Apostles It is good for us to 4if dard, he said, developed, designed said progressing: very .
Spanish name given to this remember this," and tested the first

great state she was visiting This is a wonderful convention real, controllable liquid rocket "\\e are proud of the space
annual r engines during the 1930s:! \ehlcle.
during the 35th con celebrating 400 jean of craft and the launch
vention of Catholic womE'n.She Faith here, where we are cer The total program for Gem They are testing out In fine
thanked her hostesses for tainly blending the old with ink launches, said Colonel Albert fashion. I think everybody

meeting her at the airport the new, she added. i is nine more shots to be involved Is capable, consclen-
with flowers' and for the flow. r t'ompleted1I'IthiJ1 this year lous and dedicated.
In her to Floridians -
en in her room, for the plaqueof greetings and next year.
the prayer of St Francisfor she said: : : "As Mrs. (George P) "I would like to state that
peace, and for all their "It is to the Individual wo : Coyle pointed out," said the certainly it is a mission thatis
kindnesses man that I would like to not 100 per cent reliable, in
speak Because it is evident to e Ye; 1 i Aid to Congo spite of everything we do. So
Before speaking to the me that women are serious when you see in the paper and
DCCW delegates In Cocoa about addressing themselvesto STVNLEYULLF: The Congo on the television that were

Reach, Mrs. Mich \lslted the problems of the day. S >> (NC)-More than 10,000 about to launch again, I
Palestine, Texas, addressingthe They are asking themselveshow E" persons who were driven from would certainly solicit! and
DCCW convention of the as women, we can work r. their homes here by rebel uprisings appreciate your prayers and
Gals eston.Houston diocese together to make a better 1 + ., J r last year are being thoughts with
world, realizing that we are \ provided with food, clothingand
At Cocoa Beach, Mrs Kilch responsible before God for medicine by Catholic Relief "
said: the times in which we live. ,....t ) .. I Services-National Catholic

"Tht Church as you know "Our Lord certainly I must Women Mass Welfare Conference, us"I
begin convention at
has not forgotten women. The have known what lie was doing Father Roland Dordelon,
divine accolade was given towoml'n director of CRS-NOVC in the
when lie took so much of
when Our Lord sent the manual and menial work Archbishop Hurley called the. State, and of friendly social and Archbishop was celebrant and a Congo, said the United States

His only Son to bn born of out of our homes lie must convention a triduum of prayer cultural exchange The women visiting Bishop gave the sermon. surplus foods eventually will I

our Virgin Mother And she have released us to do a job and of study, of wise resolutionsfor began their deliberations in Cocoa be given to about 40,000 persons .
spoke our Mat for all times in society that only women the benefit of Church and Beach at Mass above, at which the who returned to this
for all women when she said can do" northern capital to find their
yes to the Angel Gabriel because homes and farms ruined
of her faith in God.

'At this time of the year, ''rsiF
during the Easter season and ,

at the Mass on Easter Sun. _
day morning, in the Gospelwe L
art told the beautiful storyof s v Y9n "

Mary Magdalen, a public ni' 4
sinner who thinking she 3 n E 4
was speaking to the gardener
- spoke to Our Lord. And lie k t
t w ., t

Revere, love aged, ".:, YC
lit +se s trr
i F f:
CardinalNEW Toastmaster
says "

ORK (NC-Amerl-) -_ fl His Mn C- tttr K.lm.rcu0'
D.u"d.1 totttmatttr on
cans should have 'reverence
toward and love for the r.rx" I Tuesday of last wt.k .t tH. dint -
aged," said Francis Cardinal nr whicK; U. Col. John G.
Spellman, in connection with i Albert Ui>.F, chief, ef tiI.G.m.1 .
the beginning of May, designated I i'" _I.:.:.,! : launch dmtion; was theprincipal
by President Johnson iO ip
"senior citizens month" "
as :
t t "
"Our parents, and their J .. ..) ; ;\iQ1 Is.mcaipsea ftao t umtl
,, ''' "
parents before them, have .. .
provided the ideals and determination Moderators of the conventionDelegates It ...,. ... j"' .1 EE1 tVn
that have made
Central Catholic students assist -" -- -- {g'
this a great and mighty country :; ;
the Cardinal said to Cocoa Beach last week assistant moderator, and Father James '"

heard words of welcome from Monsignor F. Ilerhhy, at rostrum, who spoke on Senior( and Junior hostesses, seated dents from Central Catholic High for ,ierd. t1iki3 \
"We who share In such a : Patrick E. Nolan, right, diocesan behalf of his of A N W
own pariHh In the lobby of the Ramada Inn made School in Melbourne who sened as iw.c..rIs.

and rich love heritage those should responsible/respect fur spiritual moderator of the St. Augustine Beach and the other area parishes every effort to assist the officer and pages for the DCCW. Women from all ,M....._'..N.y, V M> to, k*a*.,_(KM.a lt_fcfr '.

so of our blessings Diocesan Council of Catholic Women which were responsible for the hospitality delegates attending the 35th annual of the Cocoa Beach and vicinIty par.ishes I.... .s I.,. s.1 1.-.. 7..ti
many .. .....
Father Vincent E. Smith center W > **-i 'i ; extended to the convention. convention In Cocoa Beach. The young served on convention committees, *.M a._ .._ > **aKM "_..
"May limbs that are weary" women pictured were among the atu.Beach headed by Mrs. Arthur T. Snyder.RockledgeCocoa's r---.MC*, ... Ins
and backs that are bent, he
continued, "always find in
this land a haven of comfort Coming events

and care, an interest that is a Prelates injured FURNISHEDAPARTMENTS
Rummage: sale, May 14 m, St. Brendan Church
genuine and not tinged by toleration p ntRUSCIIt: (: ) has been
: a respect that Is and 15, Halifax Shopping) Center Ormond Reach, concluded by reported her. that Archbishop
from the heart and not mere- Ormond Beach, Women Father Neil; A Sager!: and Father Antoni Harsmak S I) B,
Club, sponsor. Joseph F. )) RtttrvttiOM arranqtd'cool.
ly from the lips, a love that aII'Y. t of I'oznan, I'oland. and his
reflects the unchanging and Card party, May 14, 7 p.m., Theater party, "Sound of w vicar general, auxiliary Bishop ,n<, faultes. NEW YORKWORLD'S .
infinite love of God for all social hall of Blessed Siura Music." June 9, Our lady of Tadeusi Liter, have been FAIR toum ..c.commodationc.
his children" ment parish, Seminole, Altar Lourdes parish, )Dunedin, Altar Air ond*
severely Injured In an automobile
and Rosary Society hosed, ...* p.rlung; tvv!
sponsor.K Society, sjxmsor
accident The Buhops'vehicle
To teach troops of C state convention Parish picnic, June 13, skidded on a highwaynear THE FAIRi Writ T*
May 1518'o'lIll.'r; Mote.Daytona Phillippre Park Safety Harbor
MW: DELHI: (NC-Indlan) Wrzemia, 33 mile east
Army units with more than licach Our Lady of Lourdes of Pouian. and ran Into a Mrs. M. J. Bondanza
Card May parish, Dunedm Coder treatment at the
party, 19,1 p m", tree
120 soldiers of the same faith .
may now have the services of CPA Hall, M. Petersburg, St Retreat for women, June hospital of Mnnma, both (4 II III Street
an accredited civilian! religious Martin de Torres Guild, sponsor ) IS to 18, Academy of Holy Bishops are In critical condition Corona 41, NY.
in aid of Immaculate Conception Names; Tampa .
teacher from the near-
est town, at government expense. parish Dedication' towering I 1
Concert presented by :Melbourne ('rosi, Srplfinbcr 8, Missionof / 11 24 Colored Poster Stamps
Noinbre de Dlos H9I11i9M'9; ; M. bntory. ..fFIotd.
St. Augustine y
(rntrul (atlmlic High table at convention event 40OH Anni.ee.ary.
School, :May 21 1. R p,m. at :Melbourne ; ,<
Price JI.OO inc:1ud.: d.cnp0v. .
of Cathedral of
ST. AUGUSTINE ( h Vudiiorlum, III- Father Patrick J, O'Carroll of St. G Antony, left and others, U J, I folds m,tit Hemp. ail9.
St Augustine December 8.
biseus Itoiilrt ard, :Melbourne Eucharistic Congress, St, Mary's in Rockledge Is pictured: at the Cf>* ac, right, of Cocoa, made tape reconvention s Ir ma ; 9. Write t.i

Alumni day, St Augustine, Augustine February 20, 1<*A. banquet in Cocoa Beach cording for the convention ) Florida; rWr Stamp

St Joseph Academy, May 23, Dedication of Votive with parishioners, )ir. and Mrs. Theo. P. O. lot 171
MCDONALD'SDRUG Mass at 9 a m at Cathedral Church, Mission of Nombrede '. Land 0 L..... FU.
Lyceum. Dios, St. Augustine April
CCI) open house, May 23, 2 17, lMi6.!

STORE p m. to 5 p,m., st John \'ian. .. .,.. .,... Expert on Islam sssssssssss a
Dessert card party, May 1'ATIC.tITV ( f-
47 King Street 25, 7'30 p m. Our Lady of Pope Paul M has named rather -

Lourdes parish hall, Dunedin Joseph Cuoq W F.
Council 5635 K of C. spun undersecretary of the special ?
nor section of the S<< urllt. tit
VA 4-1687
Day of recollection for N n'.!lirntians dealing with

women, June 5, 9 a m to 4 U!'.'em! Christian relations HUGH EDWARDS INC.
Father ,
Cuoq a Frvncb-

M E N I An Invitation born spent most missionary of his who ltf. as has a rATRIOr jrrr TWO MIUIH BLOTM A.1D mortar. SCHOOLy. :

Priest in North Africa is a .
you can't. Ins : t.tH.P specialist \talem affairs K. lh lea A Iftth soot

Dunn the past two years he
1 ( has assisted the Vcrttaruta

for Promoting C h r II U a I
pKt t .. Imty
t Am.t:Vf M_ tqwd, ; plastic caat9 wad a* al type, af***..u.ito. .
; + *or *r ..+.,,0'. Etfw; >...t vaima ml"K*, apetad* AieKal
of aEpt iFlorida i, ,.., ,..,... t termites Tie V;> & floWi. Yrlyl. Asbottot. Hard Wood. and FWvira
Co latt *S"w>.... pajtiiftq. -K.,, tfptut t. Wood.
1sro11. 4 M...l 0' C..u.h w4.ut f1.' Peh; 'I a:.. r comw..d.d
for boats .-4 a.romeb h..

MONASTERY RETREAT HOUSE As tKt ... auk*;*. forW M .........4 by al bss..wa
PASSIONIST FATHERS Shuttle service provided for DCCWSchool 'e1le'Ieollilttap ;iotd"l try and hem... N* fra.ck,.. f.t. Mi:awn .
1100. M.mum; ;httst |7.000. I Imsmvnt it aacurttovwt

F,4d., Ev.nin -Sunda Afternoon ....':;::. :;:: ('..P.l buses were put Into shuttle last week' The buses transported << I bwt by:....+ory Far. cpJ.Factory+. teamed...::1e .p.d. o daaptive***) *4 Mp F1.e.tw... M. your

l clMd".1e I May Re :,.., For >.*?:'r.II ,I':' ..siII.IA. It'rvicea for the women attending delegate back aDd forth to Mans ante:
al.., the annual convention of the St Augustine each day of the contention. CHEM-PLASTICS & PAINT CORP.'J'm .
Waaland. (S Registration; F.. _
Any TIL. tit m m. LOCWIt
Diocesan Council in Coco
MMne.l.dt .ra..e St. Lev1 J, Ue.

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; The Florida Catholic Friday, May n, 196.
Florida Reports

Women elect 1 record 1 b T 7; OrlandoST.. JOHN VIANNEY

( 1 r L_) iWr Open house will be held at
St John Vianney parish on
{ May 23. A tour of the Church
work for archives ))3 rl e TAt will be conducted by the Holy

e Name Society with these men

c ,.ll.... trm ..|. ...i) yv, acting as commentators in
of two of their with the chairman from their bourne, and MM Karl V, l ld various posts in the church:
!tie artistry organizations: Kayloi of the Catholia Wom Hugh Kneuer, V. A. Curran,
t.-trries in particular. Father James F. llerlihy, en's Club. T J Neyob, R. P Heldbrlnk,

This issue of The Florida Church of Our Saviour, Cocoa Father James A. Lowe, St R Ahem, George Lemieux.
I uttwlic! continues the con. Beach and Mrs. Robert Gay Joseph Church, Palm Bay, John Leddy, Col. V. Howard
cntan coverage which beganlast of the Catholic Women's Club. and Mrs. William Fullord of Dave }'ennellll1d C. Roether.
week. Much of the schol- Father Martin Power, the Catholic Women'i Club. E. Jackson Haaszo is chair.
ar,\ historical treatises tell. Church of the
Eau Father John B. O'Hare St.
I rg the history that bears ont Gallie and Mrs Richard En.! Teresa man.During the tour of the
Church, Titusvllle, and
*>* convention' theme- zey of the Catholic will be
Women's school, teachers assigned
Mrs James E. Vevera of the
Centuries Faith-
Four Guild to each classroom to
s .1 be found in these pages. Father Patrick J. O'Carroll Catholic Women'i Club. art as a guide: Sister M. Euthalla -
Father Thomas F.
Sister Ann Rosarle.
St ,
Mary Church
Archbishop Joseph P. Hur Rockledge, chaplain at Patrick Air Force
Mrs. Cecilia Ketterle Sister
and Mrs. M. J. Cessac of the ,
Icy commented at the ban. Catholic Women'i Club. Base, also offered the assistance Dolores Marie, Miss Elizabeth .

quet(to see on there how pleased Priests he of was the Father Sean P Molloy, group of there.the Catholic women's Open House planned at St. John Vianney Orlando nell, Gentile Mrs Elizabeth, Mrs. Marie Seifert Zln-,
Chancery and parish pastors rItt Island of Divine, and Mercy Mrs. R., Mer-E Many women 'joined Mrs. Members of St. John Vianney Smith in Orlando. Non-Cathollo are, from left, Jeffery Werba, Mike Mrs Margaret Wood, Mrs.
is such large numbers Whitehead Arthur T. Snyder, general houseat friends invited to Shannon, Mary Canluril! and Mary Helena Victor, Sister Joseta
Monsignor! William J. Mule of the Catholic chairman on the convention pariah are planning an open are especially
Marie Miss Martha
la.; y P.A. and the other deans Women's Club. committees. Central Catholic the church, above, under the join in attending the open house on Sue Cavanaugh, all of St. John Sister,Thomaalne Marl Simerly and

or the Diocese, Including Mon Father Peter C. Dolan, Our High School In Melbourne provided guidance of Father Vincent E. May 23. Signifying! the welcome Vlannry School. Mrs Magdalen Croy

gnor Patrick E. Nolan, diocesan Lady of Lourdes Church, Mel. students ai pages. --- -- Working on the booths are

DCCW moderator, wereat t... ..... ""' '' To m Snyder, Mrs. Betty
"rr. :
the head table, as was the I : '" honors
Pope OrlandoST. Meadows Mrs. Lorraine I
/I .4l
i ancellor, Monsignor Irvine I C""'" ,' .. t Heaney, Don McLaren, John
rt 1., CHARLESAt
Nugent ,I' : Stephens Harry Lamberty.
Deanery moderators preset Dante/ on 7th the recent meeting of the James Kllner, Mrs Evelyn
: were Monsignor Mullally, \ St. Chula School parents Canty, Mrs. Margo Jackson.

Monsignor! Charles L. Else L >J (" and teachers, Sister Margaret Hid ard Deuerling and Edwin
!Under, Father Arthur L. Dune .. centenary Victor SSJ, principal presented Prusak.
tigan and Father James F. A roast beef dinner will be
: VATICAN CITY (NC) Sinter Mary DamtanS
Ed ards. J ..1. : : j. Pope .'aul1, commemorating .S.J., diocesan supervisor served In the social hall from

Workshops were moderated \. the seventh centenaryof from the Department, of Education noon until I P m. Adults are
bY Father John F. Lima I the birth of Dante Allghlerl. to the gathering 1125:: and children are 75
cents. Home baked dessert
MM. Father Cornelius A. __' : ... J praised him as a man In whom Sister Damian addressedthe also available The Wom.nl'
Dougherty, Father Edward .r L.i..w. "poet and Christian, genius members on the "Gifted are
Mulligan and Father Henry "'"' .. : ." :) I and faith Intermix, interpenetrate Child. A most Important per. Club Is sponsoring the

J. Mlron. I' ,I i! .. and merge In a won lon, she said Is the child dinner Free Pepsi and
l aV rookies will be served through
Major historical addresses 'I :U.W: ", (eI derful an synthesis"In apostolic brief addressed Discussing variations in Intelligence the courtesy of the Pepsi Cola
were made by Father Mat. t I ,. \ "\ ,.. Slater Damian ex- Company and Cotton Candy
\ to Ermenegildo
"ri 'y N what Is meant by IQ.
1. pained
w.ew Connolly, Father DavidP h 1 will be provided by Walter!
Florlt of Florence, the .
',, and noted various character.istics
Page and Father Cannon. \\enck.
Hosting the convention were .t _. .. Pope said It i la "a singular of the so-called "bright
honor" for the city of Florence child." Each school has a responsibility St. John Vianney School received
t the following Priests, listed Catholic action vital in Council woman's work to be the birthplace of :{ toward the gifted 19 new Grey Ladles t to

the famed Italian poet child' aha said Moreover, help staff their school clinic.
Last of St. Pius X Catholic action was the name on such topics! u retreats. Confraternity Mrt. Alvin Bailey, Dire W. E. "Out even greater Is the responsibility parents, Sister Damian said, Fatherlncent E, Smith, on

TRtMSO, It.lyCI( )-Th. given to one of the workshops held of Chriatlan Doctrine and Humphrey, chairman; ) .. Paul of' presenlng hismemory should recognize their own behalf of Sister Mary Euthalla -

last surviving niece of Pope at the diocesan 'omen' convention Catholic Charitlea. Included in the Downing, and Father Henry J. worthily, of followIng duties toward their gifted principal accepted the

V Pius X, Ciusepplna Para' In Cocoa Beach last week. panel were, from the left Mrs. Miron, moderator. and handing dews the example children. class in capping ceremonies

n Sahadorl, has died near Panelists addressed the delegates George Sierra, Mri. Mary Sperry, of his lofty, human and Grades one to sight presented I held: recently.
rere at the age of 91. Christian slues and of' Constantly an art exhibit Two Presiding at the programwas
kindling their flame." hundred pieces of work were lifts Gerald Fuiiell.

exhlbltad by St. Charles and Mrs. Francis Turco, Grey
The result of Dante's fusion
Of many thingsChurch's Consultors of faith and genius, the Pope Morning Star School students lady of Durance School,
and Forty eight ribbons were spoke on the services render
said, Is that "culture art
\'ATICW CITY (SC-) come alive In their moat magnificent awarded by the 'judge, an art ed by the Grey Ladles to chit
Tope r.1&I1 has named six manifestations, loosen teacher at Bishop Moore High siren, schools and (community
mission is Christ's teaching new consultants: to the Pontifical their most powerful expressions School. Miss Darllne Bowen R.N., director
Commission for Biblical noble of nursing services of
revive the most
Studies. The North Americans the American Rd Cross, conducted
tj Father Henry J. Mires Wo submit that this Is a bogey of Catholic power Is marriages end up in the divorce appointed are Father Ideals, conquer spirits, penetrate Members of the OrlandoAir the candle light sets,
point which has not been too the immediate source of trie- court there I is bound to consciences and become force Base llnly Name vlcts. Mrs. Margaret Ha't-
Roderick MacKenzie S.J. Ca.
has been said that of f anda
one education
Instruments of
IT well I in beginning ion between Protestants and be resentment against the Com
investigated our n.41aft.born rector of the Pontifical Society held a srwclal ley R N., Orange County
the ef school of truth
necessary practical Catholics" Church which solemnly and meeting
attempts to develop Biblical Institute In mission Health Department, presented
sect of any kind of ecumen- ecumenical activity on the In point of fact however, It brands subsequent marriages Rome, Monsignor Patrick The Dante centenary"Intends tote.braticn not following the 9I a m. the. caps and Mrs William

{gal activity between Protestants grass roots level In the final should be pointed out that aa adulterous A Church Skehan of the Catholic Uni- he said and Mass, Sunday at Die NCO Snow, worker at Tangelo: Park
his stature
and Catholics in the analysts, ecumenism will and this uneasiness about the which proclaims that contraception versify of America, Washington only to field of culture Club honoring Mothers' Day School: presented the pin.
work In the
1 nited States is that each must face the problem of d!. "bogey" of power la In essence I is always against the ; and Father liarnabas M. where lie reigns with Incomparable "The Holy Name Society and certificates.
must adjust to the other With String convictions and the a protest against Catholic law of God will naturally Ahern C P. of the Paaakmlst and universal pres.lige had Invited the St Theresa Benediction of the Most

Ms w* would not and do not need to clarify such conviction moral teaching; a pro.teat arouse antagonism in these seminary In Louisville. but also to exalt In him Society and all base Catholic binned Sacrament was offered .
pee Ecumnlsn Is not a so as to rid misunderstanding against the fact that who practice contraceptionand Others named consultantsin the sublime troubador of theauu.t personnel" Tom llemmes, after capping ters.monies

Batter of adjustor of one from the collective American Catholics do not sincerely deem themselves addition to 90 already mysteries of religion, Holy Name presIdent, said, followtd by' a rtcep
rl'lllolon l> ; to another rather, American mind. conform to many popular be- virtuous when they do. listed in the Vatican direc while at the same time recognizing "10 join with them al tlie Mae lion
umenism is the willing ace Lefs about religion and moralIty But the point is that such the to receive Communion In honor
A case In point Is the psychological tory-are Mooalgnor holes and appreciating
ptance of the truth of antagonism does not necessarily of their mothers" ,.r..e+rraa..aaaaaw
basis far the widespread Schurmann of East Germany powerful Inspiration and vivifying
1 hnst teaching and theiggle though at times, unspoken Notk. -It is not that Catholics come from specific and Father Giovanni Rlnaldl nourishment which the A record attendance for theMothers' Subscribe now
".'-'{ to translate these uneasiness many do not accept or adjust individual Protestant teachings CRS., of Italy and Father Catholic faith gave his put Day Mass came,

(artless of the kind of .. ... .
when they consider the numbers many cases the moral theology the basis for the ---
*imstment! this acceptance" the alleged influence, of Catholics and some protest is that Catholic fallow

may involve organization and potential Protestant communities la I non popular term cf i
similar but moral teaching, one which '
If etumenlsm meant the political power of American fairly ) a protest
adjustment ef (alhollc dogma Catholics/ As Rev Robert MBnwn based on the acceptance doe not, at the mement! fit
morality into the context of the Amer
I* Prvtestaat American sea- a Presbyterian obn..rr of popular Americas '

Ibllltlfs, little effort would\ s< at the present VaticanC kan secular culture Mere-
b remarked' For eiample, In a nation over, as this culture becomes
made In the cause ef truth! jj; once .
sod Christian coatktlaa. i:at' .ie power and the where one out of every three more secularised aad furthercut
off from its Christian I I ; t'
roots, one can expect this f j ,.
kind of aategoaim te pie Ii /f "to I aAw
ahevtd .
Yet we tecognlie -
crease the source ef UM ants ..... 'j" ...

geeuMH and at ak te mu
lead ourselves In attMMfUng

s to resolve the daffknstt by

f mere JuetaAtftt

la days gene by, CatMlw
doctrine was often cwtasmtd+

as beiegMMkal er superautaaus .

Today It M. snore often
bra4' a* .MS.democrat '
UEt4r or B-AinefirM" ay Uioiewho i

are arntnpttag. to give (>r
imp .* M desBMTacy a ct
of awvtoriet eesjanis wkxlid

.fa M are t* be seen M the
Lltiisuste mterta .< s ore4 aadreUgtou Ti4wA.

W .1. ,
It *.k..ld W Hafe eel workAt
thai UU gretk. .( IK"rlm Instruct women on community

e has captured the atuitlve .( chairman Mr*. Marry
the civic jartloIpatwfi A, HeUwtf ;
taw dtuce a ronvmUoss dreaming women on
both ethane aid I'reietiaei *n women
\ the panel .t.ttd l Bailey and S.fn. Charles Coke The
mlMs.EMI) in. Owot Beech bat week AUom
T. war entitled "Publle; Re-
werMopa were MId M InetrwUve fr'the left were 111I.I workshop I
la lemed Vy IMpreWeat "
A. latlona\
Yerkea Father
of rriat ssa/slolall for the women attending ,
puMr ....,. ........ Ilims L (XCuoiMU aUndinr, I Ia a-iIMS iXugherty, mM'rat"t,. Mr' Mark

practices sad family We .. -
----- --- --
deed aa a reeaat. H seems
hat .. pose *f rettfuw bencam
iii A* UsM Matae MeahafitH .
f r e m !>e<.elassedketsr -.-.-. )00 W;

> le f ni Sss4eeular. SOLD!

It wwaM.. be a sad tea..dy; bask :
ftdjMtat wires iii r.*i BlUE8UOll'1
Convention attracts 500 persons sty riartraeettsi ef MM re iREBEL '. w

Cathole Wow**. When Mr*. MartenOWUa p.hlem u roNw.d. pipe-, UICC ... .
the dk in the lobby ..
Rfictrar* at ..
ad u, \ HlH 'U OAANOg 1tIh JUIC'I.If."OIl. I
L MaJewe
rf Ramada Inn. Cocoa Beexh were sad Mr. Albert two' eo..4o I. wale yq '\ ; t 14{ ORANGE
[hard to keep pan with the demand their aaelaUAta had cnapietH tick BISHOP
put .
and their HUrl!" #. eI'' a I. fLORIDA
for reflatratiofta and tickets count morr than 900( women
, of the fU"Uad! J'UtkJr41.f In thin masts Read It !In 3 Days : i-ioniiM (.""0"0 .. ., "
|d Jiff the! U: i5 r'trventton touTwisu 155(1 Imt; e Mew c.yrven -
U. Aufual ej Diocesan CounU oft from Mi, 3 thrvugh May i. ..nl\ un HUU" -

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Twelve The Florida Catholic, Friday Blay U. IAGSHernando

j de Soto Memorial describedNEW I

\OKK-A statue of Spanish explorer Hernandode One of the reliefs represents Spanish soldiers and Indians and western ch IlIzatlon. Church law and the militiaman ing and writing taught to the .t the moment of the elevation.
is represented by symbolizing civil law as Indians, and by the symbolic .
Soto work of Senor Enrique Perez Comendador of the baptism of an Indian by a are represented Religion
Priest and the symbols of the Trinity on well as the sword of order soil.
diocesan a scene plow furrowing the
of St All of the people are reverently
Madrid, for the memorial the Diocese Augustinewill of cultural and pastoral Instruction It Is the Idea of the artist to the obelisk, and the scenes of held by De Soto.
inclined toward
establish on Tampa Bay, has gone on display in the given by a Priest. express In the two reliefs the baptism, religions instructionand Western Civilization Is rpporesented In one of the relief, that of (Host elevated by the Priest
Pavilion at the World's Fair Mass. by the of the the Sacrifice of the Mass, the
Spanish The other relief represents a fundamental things which I the Sacrifice of the prow whose face is transfigured.
The Pavilion of Spain at the New York Fair has provided Priest at the very moment of Spain gave to America; New Order is representedby ship, symbolizing explorationand central Idea of the composition The artist wants to create an
of the memorial and comments order the Priest, symbolizing navigation by the read is the Altar and the Priest
this description the elevation; in this scene namely, religion, new atmosphere of silence and re

the sculptor: No but the Priest
on \,,\\"'''''''''''\''- sport one
Senor Enrique Perez Com- looks at the Host which holds
endador understands sculpture PublicationOn y his attention in the same way

An artist of great that our gaze is attracted to a
the occasion of the unveiling I
achievement, be has acquired star which gives great light:
worthily the name of the of the statue of Her The lines and massing of the

sculptor of the Hispanidad nando de Soto at the New figures serve to outline the

The prestige of the authorof York \\orlds Fair last Sat. i picture and to direct our attention

the monument to ilernando urday, an historical appreciation : to the central motif of
de Soto was recognized by his the Mass.
of the "Magnificent and
election in 1957 as an active Never Conquered Cavalier"was In the background of this
academic member of the relief the
same canopy is
published by the St. Augustine
Royal Academy of Bellas foundation The being upheld by the law and
Artes of San Fernando in Madrid .4 the militia represented on the
booklet was prepared by Fa.
right of the celebrant by a
ther Michael V. Gannon of '.
r Priest lawyer and to the left
Perez Comendador visited the Mission of Nombre de
the site near Bradenton of Dios and copies were givento by n conquistador
the proposed Catholic memorial guests at the unveiling at I I(4 1 In the bottom of the scene

to De Soto in December, the Spanish Pavilion on May : iJTv! fa Indian kneels in an attl-

10. 8. t tide of awe and reverence,
while a Spanish farmer stops
After submitting prelim. \\'" \\,\,\"""",,,,,,,,,, '.4'/ plowing in order to bend his

inary sketches of the desired lures the Impressive powerof ; head, uncovered, in the presence
project, Senor Comcndador the Adelantado De Soto of the majesty' of God.
was commissioned to create With dignity the artist ravesthe The Roman plow used is symbolically
the monument. vigor and beauty of his emphasized as the

On Daniel Errabieta streetin gigantic figure with the dominion beginning of culture and

Madrid, Senor Comendador gentleness and ele foundation.In .
has his studio. It is like an gance expected in a national the second relief the
artist's home. hero composition is centered on

One Spanish contemporarywrites Father Cornelius A. Dough. the' baptism of an Indian.

of his work: erty, pastor of St Joseph : Just as in the first relief, the
Church in Bradenton ho has lines and massing of figures
"We him the
see creating worked to establish a De Soto serve to outline the principal
figures of yesterday, who
Memorial near Bradenton srene.
united the world, the mis .t
has furnished the adjoining / With reverence and unctionthe
the traveler
sionary pictures of the statue and its neophyte Indian receivesthe
through the seven seas or the base with details in bronze. ..wV. baptismal water from a
founder, today's figures
pushSpain's Clothed in the armor of a Priest in vestments, who is
rebirth, and
give warrior, the figure is grace e inclined toward him, also in
sense to an era In all of
ful and brilliant, a product of reverence.
them the sculptor imbues dig. much meditation and<< much Behind the Indian, a conquistador .
nity, breath and firmness, because { ..
knowledge, a rare facsimile or Spanish knight,
they are strong people, to the world the
proclaiming serving as godfather makes
the salt of their race and the )ar' 4''M+Y+M.a
grace and nobility of the era ,. the gesture of touching him.
light of tht'ir'n.) .
of the Spanish conquistadors.The .
Among his captains, con- monument, made of In the background a Priest
quistadores and missionariesare h 8Mf holds a cross which Is the
first quality stone in harmonywith
monumental works in Madrid the statue of bronze, is apex of the composition. In
and in Chile lie is sculpt. on a spheric base which I the lower section of the relief,
ing now for a monument in evokes universality. T h I aspheric a Priest sits teaching an Indian
Paraguay.This base chief while an Indian
is placed on a
Is a brief expositionof big cross made of flagstones. r I child learns to write

the De Soto sculpture that A second base which has a /r 'l4w In working out the monument
will be elected in Florida aft
projection as an arrow,
appears Senor Perez Comend
rr being shown In the Span. in the front as a
prowon ador has tried to present,
ish Pavilion at the New YorkWorld's which the statue of the
with verisimilitude and dignity
Fair, according to a V.
conquistador Is located. the figure of Hernandode
Spanish interview with the In the back of the statue Soto as well as the Priests

sculptorIn : three faces are carved; allegorical Spanish aoldiers and the Indians
order to realize my reliefs In both lateral )
who in the
appear reLefs. -
f 1"'L.
monument to Hernando de faces of this block of stone ) .

Soto, I needed a long period and in the back face, the coat Due to the experience and
of study and meditation. Finally of arms of the Diocese of St. t knowledge of Senor Perez
I found the !idea that Augustine( and the dedicationof
Comendador the
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would serve the purpose. the monument. i/k-/ It 1 I 1rl' be really a meritorious
-What is that idea (
Between' the statue and the t Y monument of the Diocese ofSt.
-I conceited the monument block of stone there is an .Y.v i t. Augustine to one of the

to Fernando de Solo as obelisk, like a beam of light 1 1i greatest figures of the Spanish
a messenger of civilization, on the front of which is carveda t t s people in America to be remembered

light, peace and love, as the symbol of the Blessed Trin M by the present' and
victory over the world that ity: future generations.
(iod gives to those who walk The Creator, Hands of the

in Ills ways, and the unlversality Father, a round Sacred Host, Press
of the message of the symbolizing the Body and covers
Spanish I conquldtadorrs Incoming Blood of the Son, and on the
to America. top, a Dove as a symbol of Fair exhibit
the Holy Spirit.

The statue Is of bronze, approximately On the spheric base, in from Diocese/
eight feet tall. bronze to match the statue of \ ,

De Soto, swelled with pride, De Soto, there is the coat of I'I'H The unveiling of the slat jeef
uncovered, holds in front of arms of Spain, almost Identical t Hernando De Soto in New
him a ceremonial rapier-as to that of the Catholic /i York last Saturday drew

the kings used' to do for the kings, on one side and the + newt coverage from the two
big ceremonies- forming across coat of arms of Carlos I NIa major news and picture are

on the chest of the Con- <( qulstador This rapier will be do( de Soto arrived in Florida I vision! stations, and the New
the vertical axle of the monu ), more often referred to f ate y York press
ment. as Charles V, Holy] Roman Special film coverage was
This great work of art cap. Fmperor: arranged by "l'GATJack..

r som .!lie: \UXT, Jacksonville! ;

WTVT, Tampa; HFTV. Orlando
---- and \S DBO Orlando.

I 'Faith! of our Fathers'proinnn Foundation will place De Soto statue where conquistador landedThe Film also was supplied lethe

news director of the Columbia

,1. \u.ul\ln.'., voila: cxurlnf frlMIt of Hi, Dlorii oC St Augustine' Foundation has commissioned Manatee River where De' Soto landed in 1539. right the statue's bead lower photograph, Broadcasting System

the above statue and stone monument The' Spanish government requested and rereived details cf the bronze represent a Priest at and individual New York S'A-

JacksonvilleSt. WIVY, 1050 ke to be erected on church property( adjoining (permission to display the work in the the' elevation of Mass and the baptism of an Urns.

Saturday, 12:10: pm. the Df Soto National Monument onShaw's Spanish pavilion at the \\'orU'air.. Top( Indian Press Associated International Press]and sewi lisped

Augustine WFOY, 1240 kc Point, Tampa Bay, at the mouth of left, the statue and the stone monument; top to departments covered ph.the:

Saturday 12:I 10 pm. event and serviced photographs

Daytona Beach WNDB, 1150 le en the regional network .

Saturday, 12:10: pm. At World's FairDiocese; newspaper, particularly sad to UltrUkm all Florida

MelbourneTallahassee WMEG, 9201Saturday + stations

12:OS p.m
stlal ftlrtare tf sseetfto
WTNT, 1450 ke Ulerrtt were taken by WHo

Saturday, 12:10: pm. honored by Spain W.rW |'k.t.e. a tflvbUoj" WAiMrUlH

Late City WDSR, )1140 le Press. U DO< taslivMsal >
reqeests from swve-
Saturday, 12:I 10 pm.
papers and newt senlces.
MadisonGainesville WMAF, 1230 ..cS.turd.y Ic..ll..a r... .... ....
maritime greeting In New Admiral Redfield
I 11 L 45 Mason and cultural heritage In \isiton! to the fair formed A news bureau was established
: e.m. the monument The sculptorhas York Harbor, commandant of the Third Naval
Amerk a huge semi-circle" to witnessthe in the press buildjig of
WDVH 980 ke woven the vigor and beau. Spanish officers, sailors, and District; Captain Harold After the luncheon and prior unveiling the W-orM) 's Fair here stories

Tuesday, 9:40 .,m, ty of his gigantic figure with marines, joined by American Larsen, chief of staff, and to the unveiling ceremonies, A Raphael ss welt as coverage of theevents
dominion, gentleness and elegance counterparts from the Third Captain William Gerber of the bands of the Spanish and surpri pst was were deieluipod l and
Ocala WMOP 900 ke expected in a national Naval District attended the the staff represented the I",S..Nary Amrncsn navies, pavilion De Soto, the only tKtagdearendant sent by telegraph to the state
Saturday, 12 30 of the famed con
: p.m. hero Worlds Fair ceremonies, employees, dignitaries and mater daily sewspapers tote:
gwotader. sow resides
Lakeland WDBO, Ito kc De Soto Is clothed In the The Spanish Pavilion, one Father Cornelius Dougherty the repmentstnes of the Dw- OIl I-c Itland New York. tisMa stations and IdA ii

Sunday, 5:00: p,rrWUK armor of a warrior, gracefuland of the busiest at the \\otltt's Father Michael %'. Canmm ceie of !St Augustine. fathered He awl .kit tastily were intro directors.Spasua.. .
brilliant hair, was the scene of liimh- and Father Ihego Coneia at the entrance t* the psvUten. duced. laafusft newspapers .
Orlando 1430 keSaturday.
Senorun.: \fiilrre d* eon, attended by Spanish Am-( also attended lilt luncheon for the raisisf of the flags of la America sad major
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p m. Career thanked therrhbUh.- bait.>i<>r Manuel AUbart D. with Archbishop Hurl*)' both Salinas ta tee American A cental gent from BrsAta- ....spa lrl U Spain tao were

St. Petersburg VVPIN ego ke ,p .n behalf .( hU ,."r. Career Jaun. d* Pal f., fioverMr ud Mrs B.rit aid Spanish utmal ssthemsFoUowtsg tea taciMfcff Mayor Strrltcg given special coverage cf the
Sunday, 1000 ijnWTAN. nirnt la brief remarks prior Spain's ambassador to the 11 members .( their' party this the SuumaaNMistfeftf Hail Robed TaUt y, who pat eteftt sad a4vae stories
I. the remuvsl of, the grers t'mlt'dallOOl: high ranking al.! were pretecl el Spanish sailors frays fW Mo for the fvs.tee> In ditMU. msfs/iee lea
Clearwater 1140 IcSaturday uhl'l uur. officials and D* Mei. whepresided Don De Saw presentedArrheohop aid pavUkM turtssaul together ton t I24S: p.m. The IV Solo day festivities in the 1'I'IIaBtttl"1 I lucky with. a with VmencM Navy want Wsster, saw pcwde.tM were senned ash infer *

Sarasota WSPB. I4SO ke began with the arrival n( the pf the CommiMHtner dining medslkuc m mvgniUnn. 01 hw units farmed up w front of the. MsMtee 'owrt.. Chamber taro kits prior to tn. unit .I

Saturday, 12.1 15 pm. Spaninh training ship Juan room, whKh Is used oaly for continuing offsets to preserve the D. Solo statue for ceremooiei. ti Commerce sis. cai far tM propose W dojg M..:.

Stbaitun Lkano: to a 1'lCal special occasions. ana extend biunt religious to New York for the eveat steries.If' .

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