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 21, 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
oclc - 01381806
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System ID: UF00079916:00073
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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XXVI, No. :9 Orlando Florida Friday, May 21, 196.'S 104 convention at Daytona

Beach Sunday May 16,

tl Foundation to meetin P.heard Hurley Archbishop Bishop Joseph of St. r +

Augustine refer to a ('()e'

terie of Catholic writerVwho

specialize! In vilifyinfFriesU.

." He said that they i

St. Augustine are discouraging our Catholic 1 i, yWitr

youth from aspiring to i

the Priesthood 1

Archbishop Hurley said +kr ,,
ST. AF'Gl'STINE-Several! hundred member of the ceremonies, Father James T.
doubt that
"I myself our
St. Augustine Foundation from the Gloekler.
parishes throughout Catholic Press has been in*
Diocese of St Augustine will gather at the grounds of English: responses will be filtrated. But the methods

the ancient Mission of Nombre de Dios here for a noon led by Father Gannon. Hymns of

Mass on Sunday May :23.! Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley during Mass will be sung by journalists adopted by and a minority publicist y
the Cathedral choir. ,
chairman of the Foundation will offer the Mass at the have a auspicious ring to w wdl t 1f

outdoor rustic! altar. NNNNNNNNNaNNN1 I'' '
them. t 3 IIV
Guest speaker at a luncheon meeting of the Foundation bW I
addressed N
Guest speaker The Archbishop r
will be Father Robert Trisco. a member of the Department
the Communion
nearly 3V) people" at
of History at the Catholic University' of America Father Robert Trlsc. editor breakfast in the Voy.ts.tr 1

in Washington,. D.C., *f The Catholic Historical .! hotel headquarters for (
speaker, Father Trisco. It
and editor of The Catholic Ret lea and professorf the Florida Stat Council'sannual
editor will publish a special
.\ Church historyat ,
Historical Review number next fall on the St gathering.Pointing
Catholic ri.
Following the Archbishop's Augwrtme Quadrtcentennlat the I'nlmsltyof to the recent appeal n his
\merka lit Washington:
Mass Father Michael V. Gas The article, for the Review'i he by Pope I'aul1 for I YI
It r will In St. Augun-
non of St Augustine<< directorof Quadri'f1\tf'Milllf'f''lll number more priestly vocations, Archbishop i
tine *a !Sunday t*
the Mission, will gl\e a have been written bv Hurley Mid:
conducted tour to the Foundation Priests nf tile Diocese of St v The dominant question In
members' of the 400th anniversary Augustine.The the Church today 11th.

construction now articles! will trace the f Priesthood aho\ all the pa.-

underway at the MissionAt early history of the' Catholi.' Father total or pariah Priesthood.
the conclusion of the Church In Spanish Florida and We need Priests fir our existIng -

tour the Foundation mem will. include much new Infi-r RnhtoriThre parishes and for the many

ben will gather for the luncheon matins recently discovered new parishes which await
meeting at the Ponce de for the first time foundation. We need Priests
Leon" Motor lodge north of for education with the ever Supreme Knight visits Nombre de Dios

the city, where' they will. hear Father Trite will speak" at growing demand of our

a progress report on the undertakings the Foundation luncheon en schools, We need Priests for JohnV McIVvitt, supreme V. Gannon above, direct'T' of supreme knight center, and John
of the Foundation. the subject nf recent work Is .f the SI Augustine our work of charity. We need knight nf the Knight of Columbus Americas Oldest Mission joints J, IVVlto. state deputy who as

American Catholic historical Foundation Priests' for our armed force made a Visit to the Mission, of out the statue by Ivan Mestrovlc of companIM Mr McDevitt on t.

Various en the report construction mill\ be at given the writing emphasis and' research on the with no aupedal Father Trl c*, a Priest of We need Priests to save South Nombre de Dins his first atop In Father Lopez the country's first Daytona Beach for the Kef C con
need Priest
the .\rchdlnrese ef ( hlcag, America We Father Michael Priest Looking are the v.n tlnn.
Mistlon and at the Cathedral table program Inaugurated! countries! of KM- Florida this week parish nn
has achieved" a place In the tweed
sf St. Augustine st the Mission *f N mhre, de which have been devav ... .
---- --- -----
first rank American Cath- rope -- -- ---- ---- -

There will be a report (Inthe Ides die' historians and direct fated, bv communism.' Wt their prima objectives, only' also and urgently, a renewalIn There Is of course more menu There I I. a growing

several scholarly programs Officers of the Mass with the work of the KM lew' need Prie ti for a new resurgence when they guarantee us a number. than one reason for th* falling hetlimlwn In entertainment

sponsored by the Four the Ar hhivhop on Minds will, which I.I the most resprrtedrgaa of the nmsstMM In flow of generous young smuts' What has gone. wrong with off of vocation. Then I Ie There I I' the breakdown of reserve -

dation. be his chaplains father !>.<. *f American Catholic Ana and Africa. Into the rank of Chriit'i the regular supply of candidate the new cult of ease and between th seiei.

The Catholic Historical/ Review Id P Page and Father, Daniel historical writing Ptleothuud. for the Priesthood which pleasure which comes with There art. tht immoral psy.

of which the guest J. Cody, and the master of ............................. Priest shortageThe Thii la tM pwpo1. of mfr we could count on until a taw prosperity, There I Is the new etiologies: ,.h Fattier d*< Idea auntAvoid attractiveness or( entertain I 14 PRESS: back page
ia dcsiOMting
unfortunate fait l I' that
Criticism within ranks. weakens we do not have nearly trough May at Voattim Month Mils
Priests hi our .....1..,. It become Tear. H. at pals t* sash ore extremism K of C fold
I the nf lath' of in to make the. our prl ,
confidence of people: Fr. Larkin ollcs, therefore, to promote mary apnalolate.Seek I

by prater and by all other vocations McDevitt
practical\ means the work of' by Supreme Knight

II \"TOS.mC11: FatherV Thomas Larkin, said,, are n r **ary. but so prtentlv' vocation It t Ii the
t u .individual action.II outstanding religious missionof I pray that this appfolr 11\\ lUS.\ ItKACII: ( Supreme| Knight JohnV Mr. appraisals, that have Keen
I i I' i< Hirnt the King parish in Jaikumsdlei gave **<''he' into the .sanctuary mail with reference to the
I aid"Grand our home, nf our schools, Iv-vitt here to attend the State convention of the Knights
f "is"mils at the Man in St Paul Church for the ronven- of all our VMw orfMltatinni. **rh home In our IMnrese l I Knights of Columbus have not
,sample Indeed In that th*** words reach of Columbus, hit extremist vlewa prevalent In the Unite.1.
tin of the Flinch Knights of Columbus He atreaaedwavt Itself ii a WDMteiful apnito- of all) Catholics pay duns us a* much good a* the
into I the consciousness of all States concerning the (Won for laymen to be *. late Verv f*w converts t'OftIf' I summon car Calbnlleparrnls (Catholic people,
ap our young It ii characteristic of human
the niurch'i authority) tot..h into the Church only' because. .ican. He aald they t'f'1'rfW'nt.1| "a threat soul a hindranceto
Cathode' fsmlllei. and old 11 over andover
our us the
My overettend
t"iif frailly U>
a4 .interpret that Go* af the strut .logic .f H* teach I. place I I. the forefront .f to auratlvM that each the full realization by our Church and all of the |Iw eopl of criticism and, to underestimate

Father, r.arkla..w, to pert: Hi". .lags But when those lath skein thinking the fostering nftwilkfti. one at M must mak himselfan of the world of their rkhea and Immense spiritual. a.lvancea l- the weight of

1 Tope Paul M has calM Mid Mar Urtta: togs are tran lald Into" the epistle. for prlt"ltty'or.. Initiated) by the Ute Pope' John XXIII and carried. proper, prali and eomplVmend.
"Ez ohe aruN_cal writ life 01 a Chnstlike Individual.HIM .. turns on by the Inejdrei l guklsnr.of .H"Jlllt
theI/ \ man (wrticulatf Uk ers. ask M t* **#... h>. cmc4 th* seed' nf Faith lakes Our Catholic II hush'* and |VI." Mr Md">1'\ lit II.. eo-\Iinnnd'!
one of bridging the' gap .between of "heresy, eafrvaa mot root m the lives of thoe our 'Ithnhr tea hen will do The renewal which the I'rp.I'aul Your own fiatorni' our thU part year you

the Chum sad te wan em dieo4o0atis. ask as Hi around him"SilvCl t their complete duty fulfill firneral; Council ralli fur will Th Hupreme Knight urgedm.sntart 101'1"| ha* rot bern wf! it rVard of Ulreotnri.: did .som-
of his. orgsnUstlon ltaUnal11. that
&I'.I' annul"ii' .,... the rsi,< of am ., In the first Instance, be i re.a hoetome) dlscretMHi this! c'"T..I-e. ; ar a.I: l lAnd thing: on a
tn etercls( a -
treme Irturgtst ak us tn *"al *f the I'rlrtlhnod., lie.a t d rtcnatc" Ui. man AVOID bark paga
!"' sad. that tfai late. PCS.. jubilee to be markedby ... Ifl what we read with
minimize tov tia*) to Mrv al It ,teat .f( rurii but
J in rantH sir IktcondVK' refarem tn tit ecumenical
MIl th. Mists" WM. aggravatos "
''I" Couactt. called. far ttte ......... II that the movement a
Father John J. Guntncr I lie C'tIftlinwdltftmoll
it > saminatMi and a r- ...,..... always. .has a food Graduation "('/ ....._. hs. taught
,' ,.iti""i *f Use way "we press cwaage' In the sort
are i living I the (0..1 .fK of cnNrlam then M dasigcrof J\KMIN\II.I.K: -- Father John J, Uintjier C M R us that printed arrawnts than factual ar*
time !lit
<<< ,.t especially' Me aortal l tafwlsig, th* tradHionalstuHy $ assistant pastor of I My Rwwry Church, will eekn-rst. scheduleto nvMy and all too frequently ar. I

as's ,0It.. and *f die way contKlioc af the pea ha lath aacerdoial aMhrtrry. at the Ham.' Mass. misleading Tim and time 4e

w" ." '<..It.., hrtnc <..* Gee, pit (M dime Faith" ....... May 21. ambitious writer wh!
,,others pet assn. ..... M "\'PeeI .leA
pt Kad.tr Lanka called. fart begin more lmgtvtlv teal than
.st b .
rifcmptaaa. II attend.
,' 1 1 > b* noted strettedfr. ..e KaJfMs t*JN "afastkeawrthsi loyalty t t. truth have created
., ..... .ks .tot 'kmr .a tat
that Pop* Jon flat dire M MMarfatvHsta which would dilute
Staire Mt ffhj| c" 1 v 'fe say crtbosan fravnali and ara aasktasma dsy tress aces is J 1-1? An I Rune,. aht r .ib.r Maker Woos ..*i 'fur Ii dtmSM the tra4rtl...1 l I"'rllvf
of t' 9 'u"pel keen nor off Orasjs stvItl s. 1st rate .......,.. kh tit)* awl. Haerh.( C S+i R.. pastor laSher and parochial high ow dwrch a* veiled In the

(;...io.r .kai .been i* In- schools are scheduled. within I** W IXr"firhws

legrsl tart .f earl punish sell .the ant three week., it i* falling t" rerngnla P
""". retnrtod by Mensignor. Mir tfc* maaJm that no on*
timer fNinaher, the direitor. hnuM.. dr- M wrote what l I'
father" flimlner has oerved. of ...ouch false, ., bnldty proclaim that tll.<>

In the parish a* prefect of IN Mofiaignor fan.her M also Holy rather rf'fll4ltl1 fated
e w ham .' viwir t* tt>* '''*$* preside of Hohnp Kenny to support a 'large femip nfrlnhop

A,..iI.r.h'rt.11I tn theMIAIH. High "x-hoo| hen lIMo Alto who .peMHwH him .ttoverrld

page !I.. (\DIATION.. hark p4 the ajuiiafltv ">
unn of th* prMMtotrv a* It
related to the 4rlrti'. cmreligiou
Men from 15 parishesfor
uiri kg I liberty

"\..h..r.. I III the CMislIt
4se'J spring rally in Tampa lion *f the ( .H.rrh. .does Iher b

: 1 r t jWR Jr e.M sVerOy *f kf Implka-

p TAMPA !Borne !u |I..h, wr repretrnird at the the Ik.* l.....*.| that the Holyladwr

spring rslly nf the WHIt ''"Wllt fva *ry of Holy Name I I. SM manner *f retffft <
ta io fit ..t..4 I* the
ffnrieitet held! last $ MaY at Kptphany of Our lined
t 1' 5 Church here Tb rally WM "|*.e...| with ..*... celebrated. .1 I IK
1 tile first P a::
i'/ at 11 10) am peter was
get. men' a*.* .* promuiMt .Mthr which. Jesus haul "' '
S Tb mm marched In .pro upon
M+ reason into th* rhwrrfc fen rhttM' fieMi. Church and every faithful' ar I

t the Maw "TMe ....,.. of .... V_l .intelligent CtOtoWf sea noan. .
Are.*fast fofaswivv the edge. .he ..... Mrs. ewe else but PaSs M tie {i"

Ma**, sad Gregory D Gray hated the ( pest Me a raLs MWlltT .< Paul. VI
prn >nt *f the .ta.ry fevtroifcn MI.- IoJme! writers and au'Nf,
H. Jotui tin kr guM. ties to the contrary Utrrv ."
r arm for rh* day .*nng .IMS had Ms. pta,. b.* an chasm M Ihsx matir of C at Mission

I Mr Drar.. a sswihiasref If lent a Kkt Clsvm. kt wart Na t tuwrb. .W prwneu..ly
I J. .' .< '
( (creed HMrt swntHP r wale tax mt Holy !Mama f-rla. M4 a* in ettar fVl.r I *
in .*..4 hrh l......< SMk *>t hone a My It )aa ,. lit by **.*m >fMiitMS) or *y the Kmghia .f i ,'' '"".< ra. '- <' //1, w Me
Holy Name rally Tampa ( **''Mr on a,.ramliaj. *.ittsf kgtp and Maw flU Mliverfftl tearhiSHt at *W DawlH fHfiresn knight nf the K <>f C. to, the hiaInrV >

r ,. ", neap HI th* (Olurr Th rally was ntsrtualH M'p P.*** and mar PS fluhot irotimls of thMkaafcrtu. of .V.mbre rift dins>
At s'z f ti's' .rs f rhr list'! u (5,5" ..,
'al"a u r ye IUIIII'.1| the Mi
with Aen.A"io 1Ir. "
ooh a* m Mclvi
Cilmg euampMs Mr
.' ,. "-ry off '....11.. 1.: r. ', ffTi .r. ', .a .. I nr.-ry Totumbsis f Igns. MnhrlMi 'OWI,.t Kfttn sae'a".Mgyen .. ,...t t a, rot,1/.. ,...... Lang M X t Aiaru t'nr 1'.. ,1 .'sir ?.11. vntVs "t, In" KofC _

rrr..-l\ 'n f'r' .+. .' r. 1"\\ w,5n.pt'Nr' .1a't : rislariahera I .i-, ndl.I.r'C, ,a.. kn Ay ratber w ,i1UnIs. : 'r. ....."'I tad Jean hl. a..n rtrti'r .
.. ,.. in -.a"unt IIiFtori4dla 's'5' \*
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'Two The Florida Catholic Friday, May 21, 1965

ReportsPort I Silver jubilee to b;;markedby I

OrangeEPIPHANY St.TRANSFIGURATIONFather Petersburg r. { rr Father John J. Guntner

The Church of the EpIphany Edward J. Mulligan i
'. 4 I". ... ...1'
(( .tI. > P dained to the Priesthood by
will sponsor a triple assisted by Father John Bol-

event on Sunday May 30, ger Installed new officers forth parish Boy Scout troop, chap. Bishop Stephen Donahue of

Memorial Day at the Port Women's Guild of Trans. r lain to the Father Maher New York on June 23, 1940.

Orange Causeway. At 1 p.m. figuration parish recently +r 1a t Knights of Columbus Council

there will be the annual bless. Installed for the fear are Mrs t M, Faihful Friar of the

in 2 of the boats and a me. Frank Smith president; Mrs. I Ponce de Leon Assembly, and

mortal service conducted by Charlotte Meersman vice- I r 7dl director of the Holy Name

Father David Page. A de. president: Mrs Jayne Duffy, Society

tvhment from the Sanford corresponding secretary; Ttfa i t tL r His first assignment In

Naval Base with color guard, Mrs. Bernard Kessler recording ( 'i. t. Florida was at Our Lady of

together with the Halifax secretary; and Mrs. r Perpetual Help Church Ybor

area Knights of Columbus Gerald Tachlderer, treasurer.The : t 4i City. In 1962 Father Cuntner

F urth Degree and American Guild of the parish will I .rujfl' received assignment to his

Legion Post 270, Port hold a rummage sale In the present post as assistant pastor .

Orange will march in a procession social hall 4000 43 Street of Holy Rosary.

A wreath will be laid North, on May 28 and 28. Mrs. Prior to working in Florida

In the water In commemorathn Harry Vogt Is chairman. Anyone the Priest administered to

of all who lost their Jives wanting to donate rummage I souls at a deaf mute missionin

at sea in defense of their may leave it at the social i s i s y' ,ny New York City at parishes

country.An hall or call S271M2 or in Richmond and as a missionary

outdoor chicken dinner 3471423 and arrangementswill in Caguas. Vieques,

will be served at the cause. be made to plk it up. Culebra, Marlcao Las Marias

way from 1 till S p.m. CDA and Aguadilla in Puerto Rico.

Fred Travalena is the general Born In Father
Election of new officers of Baltimore

chairman. Separate pro the Court St. Ann 1649 Catholic Guntntr attended seminaries
ject chairmen are: boat Father Guntner

blessing memorial Carmine John Pascale Longo;; took Daughters place recently.of America Elected Graduations beam-Academy of the Holy Names New York He was or

chicken dinner Joseph Ben Kit for the Mullenax new term grand were regent Mrs; These young woman will r*. speaker at this the Nth annual Valmana, Yolanda Torres, Di. Hartlago, Cynthia rianil, P*. Priests work on despite I''

Kin; tickets for dinner Henry Mrs. Edward McGuigan vice colv their high school diplomason commencement of the Aced anne dtVartouil, Tarota Martinet trifle! Ponalba.

Rohr. Members of the class are Connie Boyd. Fifth Mary Jane Char
grand regent; Mrs Harold S. Sunday evening, May 23, at
from the IH, firtt row: Alto, third row, Carman At- atta, Karen MOM, Joan Duracl in Red China
Winter Haven Holland prophetess; Mrs. B o'clock from the Academy of persecution
Victor Bernard financial secretary Sharon Guagliardo, Carlyn decode, Mary Alice Bernard, Janice PUll no. Susan LaManta,
ST. JOSEPH the Holy Names, Bayihoro Bray, Sally Wiogl, Maria Mendes Sandy Simmons Nancy Burns, Charlotte Bradt Sally Y Yavornik
Installation dinner of the ; Mrs. Henry A. Bra HONG KONG (NC) -A man from a Catholle
Boulevard's venerable private Cecilia Rodnouet, Miriam Susan Kritt Susan C a r o n, Day Bellmen. young
St. Joseph's Guild was held yer treasurer; Mrs. John L. school Tampa, Father Joseph NaranjO, Elizabeth DCardnai, Sharon Stiphanton; fourth row, Members ef the graduatingclan family In Canton described here how a few Catholle

recently at the Holiday Inn Batman Jr., historian; Mrs. F. Beaver S.X patter of St. Mary Alyce Hartman; second Laurel Dom Rita MacDonald, absent when the picture Priests continue to carry on their duties in communist

in Dundee. Mrs. Clifford Leo Jordan!, lecturer; Mrs. Mary Star of the Sea parish ;In Charlan Gregory, Yvonne Joan Duff, Dorothy Bellman, was taken. are Vannatta Rode. China although persecuted

Mann Installed the following Charles L. O'Connell, monl- Kay Watt will bi the quest Gonzalez., Mary Knauf, Gurry Louisa Van Epol, Brenda heaver and Cindy Hill. off from the out. .said try every meant te kp
and cut
officers: Mrs Byron Quinn ter; Mill Noella Skerry sentinel __ the people away from Priests

president; Mrs James Lun- ; and Mrs. Fred Thonen M -- --- .- _. --. -- aide world. opposed te the regime.

ney rice-president; Mrs. organist Trustees are Mrs Jacksonville Palatlca lo".tll' vu" Sit, '.'0" The young man who escaped

Daniel Egan corresponding William H. Willett Mrs ST MONICAThe Legion Of decencY'"h':" t* the thialra '/ .... here a short time ago: Last year a notice was ported .
J. Mrs mor.lI "J8t'4'.ubl.' are in a Canto church stating
Stephen Renauer
secretary; Mrs. Armond Rug annual procession and Buhllah4 in tht tIN laaua. ofrates I said his mother goes to Mass
First Holy Communion Sun that not to to
fterri treasurer; and Mrs. James Oliver Mrs Nathaniel crowning of the Blessed Virgin new movies .cb uno'M\f daily in Canton About 20 per. persons were go
McGuire Mrs WilliamS day was May 8 at Sacred ,., IMM I confession to one elderly
Jerry Fotjik recording secretary statue took place on a Ions regularly attend Sunday
0 I e I u and Mrs. Lewis Heart Church and 187 children Morally unobjectionable for general Priest who was distrusted by
Father Matthew Connolly recent Sunday in St Monica patronageAlrr Miss in his Canton rhurt'h.whkh ,
was guest speaker D'Angelo. received the sacrament Church. As of the In. *f she Laaiaa. H" 'lnln' ...Id.*. Th* Is being cared for by authorities
Installation will take for the first time. president troy Tan Paat Tall Man "'rom II..... Of All $.ba
Junior Altar and Rosary So. ('. That ("*,*..1. Button Willow Taffy and lha a Priest aged 70.
May 30 at 2 at St. Joseph Seventh and eighth grade I .... .
p.m. Julianne '.n. AutvmnClaranrr Mar or th* .n.l. Has
ciety Sullivan Late in 1964, he said, his
St. PetersburgEdouard cafetorium 2100 26th children went on an educa Ih. Cud,...aMnrr T.ts.dhslee54.r.,
tlonal tour of Broadcast crowned the statue of Mary i ..*.Ky4 Una I'oiiplrnMaatar Taanai* Mllllonllr' mother and 10 other Catholic!
Avenue South St. Petersburg. House WJXT in Jackson. Foggy Dobbs carried the r.... Hrl-lll. lip, Thl.f of BaehdalOu.N.ril women were sent to a "re .
Orderly, Mwlltarranra ThomaalnaThoa
New Smyrna Beach crown assisted by four first Th. HolidayMimlrr <".11.'..y* I sort' home by. the commu-

C. Craig SACRED HEART ville.Mrs, Walter Dudzik was graders from the parochial puke,Th. Won* J..... Mr rir Mo.tout sad T Train iw..Ut.le The I mats and were questioned in

Contractor and Distributor Thursday May 20 was the voted by the women of the school, Susan Smith Valeria x.., d 'udo" Mr Bon, tha Har Traitor an attempt to discover
Morgante Carrie Pooclc and k.nll end the Myatrlii ldar.4 Trial' .f Joan "f Ar whether the few remaining
for annual day of recollection for Guild as worker of the yearIn .,.. ..
: r. ,..... ht II In Truth Abel (print I
VJlon; Metal Ceramic women of the Sacred Heart the parish Suzy Massey : Fmhrr, DOOM Wrltlnf T*>. r>*uhtr' Catholic Priests receive outside

and MOllie Tiles parish sponsored by the Altar Other attendants ere officers rarrr Cma the Ana Man War naarthly '"....r. I financial help He said
of the Junior Maraar Only tna K... fork Walter ., she Oran
917.49th St. So. 347.4101 Society. Father Edward Society .... Houra The .."...,.... rrabow Van Krn It......* the women were bombarded r II
Gray C.SS.R. of Our Lady of TampaMOST which Is composed of high Pare Yes In IM ..... Ouaaes ,I. (.'_1... \'.,.. too the and with anUreligioui propaganda i
HOLY NAME school girls The children Fluffy. The .f in. l..I..... .
Perpetual Help, Tampa, officlated ( four f>av* her. The War rartrWhan
The Parent.Teacher Clubof I also recited the rosary and .
In .omnhr Pl4 Floor of Mamalla tha ClOth I
ALPINEThe The mia IBid that the few
Most Name School Father Antonio Leon delivered liT flrat.l of TartutaPurpl atrlaaaWH4 '
The day opened with Mass Holy short u,..,.., Storyhlv.r rltll a.4 th* Priests remaining la ('ant.. ,
oil now Nuriino Homo at 11 a m. and closed at 3.30 elected officers fcr the 19115. a homily followed T,I4tun Q...." ., the rirai.a w.rd.rtal. are holding te their filth
for the finest ,in Nursing pm. M school t term: Richard E. by Benediction of the ( of Auiuat fcra4r for tka paor' World of AhNotta
Homo Care Most Blessed Sacrament. HimlM ..... pros .{ .. cTh.. with great courage despite
Leon president Orble An
; tI._!.*. Famann and Pr. Ian World Without fun II I me It dally propaganda
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The Hoi-Ma Catholic, Friday, Slay 21 1, 19C3!

Pope prays that Fatima 6 Director serves

revamped NCWCimmigration

will bring reconciliationVATICAN M As unit

CITY (NC-In) a Portuguese language
WASHINGTON! (SC) -Appointment
broadcast to the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatuna Pop of John Edward

Paul VI KM joined his prayers with thousands of pil- McCarthy as director of the

trims that the Virgin of Fatima will brine all men to of the Immigration Department
" Catholic Welfare .
sincere and bating recon 'J National
ciliation" with God. do Cardinal Cento grand Conference highlighted
penitentiary of the Church. a revamping of the immigration :
The broadcast
was made In .
services by the NtWC
connection with the present. Is nil broadcast, Pope Paul : t administrative board at Its
tlon to the thrine of the declared
spring meeting
Golden Rose a papal' honor
which was carried to Fatima "In this hour In which an Mr, McCarthy succeeds
by the papal I legate Fernan Portugal .U prostrate at the Blessed Trinity Women's Guild in JacksonvilleShown Bruce M Mohler who found

feet of Our Lady of Fatima, ed the N'CWC immigrationunit
are the members of the Blessed then Michael V Gannon of St Augustine. told ta
inspired by prayers and penance pictured: with his parishioners and Guild in 1921 and served continuously
Restrictions In ws wish to raise our Trinity Women's Guild of Jacksonville and those present the story of the Catholic heritage officers ai Its director. Mr.

prayers with yours to the the !newly installed officers, standing In the in Florida The dinner was served st Mohler was named director.

Hungary reported Mother of God and beg her. background. At the installation dinner Fa the Thunderbird Inn. Father Eugene Kohls emeritus of the departmentand

to turn her maternal gaze special consultant to the
open a world itill far from general secretary of NCWC
BONN GermanC) her divine Son and to obtain The administrative board

The of the apostolic diocese of administrator Csanad la a sincere of and mea lasting with God reconciliation ". Cardinal Bevilacqua dies at 83; Holy Father invited to welded into activities one office In this New Immigration

Hungary has declared in a York of Relief Ser

to difficult sermon the faithful that to bring It it to the now administer holy"more oils ignoring en Pope. after Paul the praising urged Inclement hit them listen for friend of Pope mourned in Italy visit/ Poland/ in '1966 committee vices NCWC for, refugees the Catholic, and

weather at the sanctuary to ROME the New York office! of the
Confirmation and the Anointing raise RRh&CIl: (NC) Funeral services were held hers crack Alpine troops and (NC-rol.nd') Stefan Cardinal WY8Ey11I\I. NCWC Immigration department

of the Sick: :," it wai reported ours"your to prayers our Mother togetherwith of on May 10 for Giulio Cardinal Bevilacqua: the R3-year* among Italian sailors. who arrived In Rome May T for ecumenical council bua. .

bere Heaven begging her to bleu old friend and confidant ef Pope Paul VI, who died four Strong<< ties ef friendship Incas extended an Invitation to Tops Paul VI to visit Edmund Cummings, who

K K A, German Catholic the world and to obtain Justice days previously in the Danish where___u _he__ _had__ _remained_______ existed betwera the Pope and Poland in 196ft. has directed immigrationwork
sews agency, laid that Bish.ep .. and peace for It from pastor even after becoming the Cardinal.The This report from a Rome- cause of a lack of facilities in of CRSNCWC lines thedt.pl.t'td

Jeiief Ijjat hi hit lermimil God ss that an Christian a prince of the Church p.-,. : e based expert on Polish affairs the provincial city of shout person program of

% referring H new meat- souls may be true Images of Th. funeral had first been .. 'Mr,,'I"M latter was Tope Paul's has been confirmed bya 100000! population, the vast the post World War II era,

arts being take by the H..- her divine Son who shed anHi scheduled for May I but because \0 i confes or and advisor and he source clove to the Polish majority of the pilgrims sleptin ass named associate directorof

,.rt.. communist regime<< M blood for the redemption of the feeling<< of his fellow accompanied the Pope" to the primate, churches or even In the the NCWC Immigration department
Holy Land in January l restrict religions rites s* of humanity, that all the townspeople for him he If the and will supervise
Pop In fact does
starches.II faithful may live the Gospeland was paid the public tribute of When he was raised from a to Poland, he would probablygo go the cityCietlochowa. activities of the New York of.

said that tie may give witness to a procession through the city simple Priest to a Cardinal to the shrine city of Czts Is ne more lice.
govern last he asked
ment's religious attain of Christ ki their personal life and a two-day! wake February, and tochowa for the dedication of than two hours from Rome by Alphonius Dietachs snd
ki the family to society, in / received permission from the Poland to the Blessed N irgin, }let airliner Daniel Quinn of the Catholic
flee to Budapest opposes gin study, la working/ in the Requiem Mass was celebrated Pope to remain as pastor of Several Cardinals commutes for refugees, were

hig the sacraments to the sicken fields hi factories, In offices, for him en May I lathe St Anthony's church in Bret. Boston's Richard, including Cardinal Even; If Czektothowa milItary named assistant directors of
grounds that this li a ef hundreds .4 cia, wearing his plain black airport were unable to
so that there mar be on earth pretence rushing, Julius Cardinal l I the department for the New
Mligioue eeremonheld eul his sarlthloarrt and t" ePope's cassock To his parishioners accommodate a jetliner, the
a greater harmony and amore Diirpfner! of Munich and rrfl York office Donald Kohl, who
side the ehurch. his h. said "For I will always I'ope could still make the
intense and deep love special ester, private : you hat been director ef the
Germany, and John
II to also to restrict there and back
seeking ef one'i neighbor secretary, MenslgnorPtiqatl be Father Giulio" Cardinal lleenan of Uestniln journey by NCWC immigration d.pariom.nt'
prs-Confinnstloa instruction MacchL The future Cardinal ass propeller driven plane la a
New York office, eventually
ster England, have said they
la the .horch.., KNA said. ,nntuun, un,,,,, Later the Cardinal's born at Iiola delta Scala in would be there dayA will transfer to Wash"*
the Verona diocese on Novem Polish source In Rome asserted Ington and serve si assistant
SubscribeNow wooden coffin was carried !her 14. IBM He was educatedin If the Pope goes, as manyas that the Pope visit to director of the department
..JACKSONVILLEtttTAUIAKt J : through the town preceded by Rrrsclaerona, and attended two million Poles may turn Cieitochowa, If It takes place,

hundreds of workers, rell the University' of I
gnus and military personnel vain In Belgium where he A million Poles flocked to official character: How.

,, Ills body remained In the eathedral Giulio Cardinal studied under Desire Cardinal Ctestnchowa 10 sears ago{ for ever he maintains that If the A Must Reading For
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for two days, The funeral Merrier After getting hn degrre the opening|. of the 10 year ctlebratlon 1'01"| who Is the head of a
/ I t Man on Mar 10 was Bevilacqua In social studies he derided of the mlllenlum of state, visited the Polish capItal Every Catholic. .

attended by thousands of to !become an Oratortan Poland. conversion to Christianity of Warsaw, his visit REBEL BISHOP

townspeople and Giuseppe" Priest and was ordained In which coincided: with would almost necessarily as-

ryt>9 DrfctotEAK Cardinal Colombo of Milan !hers of the college of Cardinals June, feltDuring its foundation at a nation B. turns an official character ",,,,,"u,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,""
Giacomo Cardinal lectern to 99. including 29 Ital
:r-- of World W art. Fatherhevtlrcqua
Bologna and Gustavo Card. tans Cardinal Revllarqua had
joined the Italian Luiuriout Accommodations *t l roin, Ritas
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i RIISU4IIXWESSWAY J.aeph Mr.!U captain before he was rap lKM.Ixr Nn.. _. OH ...f I.*. II all f,>.. .Mn
Mgr. Church After the Massthe became serious at the end of tuned and held prisoner In Bohemia .1..1011. ., .$... Jotot a eltllFt M,. II ...,.1
353-7419 body of Cardinal Bert- Holy sleek, and he never recovered n.l r.mn. h.* Loaf *.lni Silk' w4rt
Brt.in the wars he : : .
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214 W, Feny+It S+. lacque was taken for burial from a setback then ,
became a leader among Cath- urn. and .1 r>*l 1ar..1. r.iM lu"wk
te the Oratoriaa Church of At nil bedside In the parish Sal,'.. to ...li..i. In Mr. fin,.. Tel nv.l .nrl Coup!
when he died outs battling anti-Catholic 1 .... IIIt.1t r.vr.nlL( ..... riNI .. Ikl. _,"
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Ptare liberalism In IIr.M'la./ On. of l/ ., A .nil h... ,k. Mh.n4 .xt >.ur .".1 "I'Hl'NM,
Ito death reduces he memt cumber\ of his fellow Orator (hone, he worked with was M HHITI.. IK 'n Mfcrio; ATI"M r.vpir .
EAst.ERLING P.HARM'ACYa ian Priests as sell as Ptshop *'hibfrMi MH1r If fr.* iiMnt Mr.nl twllal'GQicQk&v
Giorgio Moulin!, the fatherof
Carlo Mansiana of Cremaalto .
nUUla ra'l( ..rllo. stair.h.s. a H.TkActtuvtX an Orat. riantthrs Pope Paul
t..1.. tow aN t..w Gaey
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..11 ....._ a..< a. 1..".. ..'UUII a..rw r..J..w... Pope Paul IN lalkaaOlr narqlll lltrd for a tint e .....ata.-
I..w ... 111NI It. heard .! the dralh .t his | .<".... 1111.Wis.. .........
a, a .a".lll". ...N ....... ;Pl. aid frtfnd he went le all wild young Mimtlgnor (>lotaital 1 U'._" 5..... ... VIw11ea.
Montlnl Then an fflrlal .! ... "' sin
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a Telegram U Rlihnp l lflMenlsblllHl
tl,. wcrkrd (lor
It', our Pleasure ) ef Brrtrla Pop Plat XI
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And our Responsibility Grrat sorrow has ben CATHOLICS or FLORIDA
'L'S When World War II cam
tt serve you WElU! caused us by the sad" lacer of. father Bevilacqua became a HOW! A NONPROfIT CATHOLIC FRATERNAL SOCtCTY OffCW
the edifvirg' death of our beloved
Hotel George Washington navy chaplain and served
son who was re
aboard the ho xtal ship Arno.
.,oJ ii'. gently raised by us to Ute tarred His mlnlstrattona to the tick LOW BUDGET HOSPITAL
college of Cardinals,
Roosevelt Motor HotelSTr who! has alwayi ben regarded ....hl'fthe\ ship was. sunk won
him his third decoration for
lo"it M. ;** JACKSONVILLE by". with ttagulsr bonds valor At the end of the war..

.. of gratitude and friendship. he returned to Hresrla again and LIFE INSURANCE
and shim) we Hate alwayiettrrmed '
1 and bum the church of lit.
for the outtUmlinf
eianifle' shah has marked'
r*. wi n* **.riteeis (Nit'tSTM with shining g.odMas his Cardinal Revllacqua was a

TOUR MMvIlt. long and rlf h life of humble member of the liturgical commission -
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an outstanding Prtett an edurator the postconclliar liturgical w

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The Life of Our Lord Pope Paul VIThink


Creator's command tested of being chosen a PriestFollowing

Do you- want best for your children? first parents'obedience It a translation tion through the apostolic Jesus ha become ours!

you plan to send your children to It takes years of schooling to preper's "PVIC ate the apple W.liIt't of the speech on vocations ministry.The and His sounds call comes U ear lipi,
now as follow
DO VI delivered In voice of God It,
Catholic school this year? a child to take his place in this the stomachache.hat Pope calling different Let everyone who has the
audience In two
\\ sort of is that"" 1 Italian at a general expresses itself
scientific world By the same token it justice the
This is a question that Catholic parents t4 (May 51.BELOVED). wonderful and con grace, supreme fortune
takes years of study and practice of That was the standard interjection Interior of belonging to the Church,
: one
the Diocese should be vergent ways
throughout the Faith to insure that the child has forty or fifty yean sons and daugh that of that of the Holy think .f bring chosen, of

answering: in the affirmative' No education fully grasped the formula for happiness ago, when people still got ex 'rank J, desire Is to greet Ghost, grace the ineffable way of having his Christian "vocation.

without religion. cited about Darwin's ideas of personally each in turn. ."
in complete which our Faith alone can give. ShcedIs you Inner fascination which the

0 fraternity of Christian Doctrine The thing that we want most for our evolution and the Christian This comes from our feelingof potent and "silent voice" of
And let him who in the .
doctrine of the fall of man. fondness, which naturally conscience
classes are no substitute for a Catholic children is happiness and the surest our Lord exercises on the unfathomable of this sublime
Now that the of but
mass people tends to a personal conversation
education road to happiness is a vibrant Faith. have lost Interest in both- This is in line with depth of the human common urging manifest amore

Some parents may answer! that theyare We cannot insure our children's taking the first for granted charity, which while it turns human soul material; and ont, social external, juridical direct and deep Invitation .

1 not sending their children to Calho'.c future anymore than we can insure ignoring the second, unaware itself toward the multitudeand of theapostlI' more exigent:; and sua\e,

'; school for financial reasons. The the future of the world. This muchwe that they were ever in conflict Oencsls saying that we wants to reach everybody concrete, that ponder if God does not desire
of the hierarchy
that ,
descended one ,
r.mple truth is that no child is refused do know that a generation of -the phrase is not much are all and to make of everyone the indispensable tool, insti something more than the
pair? devotion if He
common don
heard whole nevertheless
admittance to Catholic school becauseof Catholics well grounded in the Faith a tuted and desired by Christ

inability to meet the established by way of our Catholic schools will Put whenever a man comet That Is the one point at does not forget that each one as vehicle destined to translate not rlfice want which everything seems to, the anmhl.sac.
find is an individual and that each
tuition.. The fact that both parents and be able to find happiness regardlessof to realize Christ Our Lord as which science may The still of is entitled to his own exclusive into practical languagethe late the one who accepts it,

parish must make tremendous sacrifices what the'" future holds. Catholic education Kedeemer, the elements of creation itself at with issue which hymn Genesis and ineffable right to message of the Word and but which gives him Insteadthe

to keep our schools in operation is the greatest investment we the question arise. opens, as we have seen, led speak: cor ad cor loquituras of the divine principle new plenitude promised

1 I" far offset by the' urgency of giving can make to insure the happiness of Let us skate across its surface to conflict only between men Newman said -heart Thus, Catholic doc trio i a to the generous ones: that

eur children' a God-centered education. our children -the depths come later on either side who attacked' speaks to the heart. teaches with St, Paul' "Quo. hundredfold which already

Genesis does not speak of or defended a hymn ai if it This thought came to us modo audiemt sine praedicante confers in this earthly life la

an apple the word Is "fruIt" were a manual of science. while we were meditating on Fides ex auditu"flow Inner and Incomparable! bap.plness .

Sacred Scripture -fruit of the tree of the The realities It teaches are the Gospel of last Sunday ( could one understand ,

I knowledge] of good and evil. not in conflict with any That Is the Gospel of the without the preaching! A vocation la a iT'1t'tI'hlch

The phrase has metaphor icientific discovery Good Shepherd, which presents The faith Is born from obeying Is not for all, but It still can

Inspired act of faith sung written all over It. The trees But there are scientistswho this beautiful Image ) (Romans 10, 14 and 17)We be for many, even today For

that !grow In gardens are not find it hard to believe which we could call Virgllian, also tell )'OU this, sons many youths, strong and

the devout Jewish pilgrims wicked shall not remain upon like that:: its fruit was not the that all mankind ii descended and which seems to comparethe and daughters, for another pure, for many souls having

AS approached th the territory of the Just Lest sort you peel and eat. from one man. It will be Gospel followers to a reason. Last Sunday eur the aspiration for the superior

end of their journey and the Just put forth to wickedness Cod has given a command interesting to see what conclusion shcepfold.While Church focused along this beauty of life, the desire for

of the Holy] City their hand" stupendous line of theologicaland perfection, the passion of caw
caught tight command do
,: lather a not to some they ultimately come IM this metaphor .r f
they taw it as a symbol of R There have spiritual thoughts, on a leg his brothers, and for
Foreign domination you particular thing to-if the word ultimately has unity and authority which Ii
God constant protection of John ,J. thorn I been those who pastoral thought of her own many spirits who, within their
) see was not merely a always any meaning for scientists'! proper la Ihe ..rC'lulutiulrommunlty. which has become ardent
JIu faithful In the side of the people as thought that the thing forbid. own shyness and humbleness,
('ahltlotChosl.'n f Meanwhile we notice that all .f a lurldrathrre that is on the thought of \ocauons feel surging the force which
And in the Insplrrd word a nation It was also a subtle den was sexual] Intercoursea the sin of Adam Ii barely referred Ii stressed the personal makes

flf the psalmist they tang a but alarming threat to the strange view since the first to in the Old Testament Individuality of members" tf By vocations Is understood everything easy and
purity of their religion. History pair had already been told to possible;: "Omnla possum ia
beautiful act of faith: -when the Jews spokeof the (hrlstlai fold. here the free and
privileged Eo
qul confortat"
mi II
had shown over and over increase and multiply and fill redemption they did not can

"They who trust in the People needed this assurance again that many Jews for the earth I In fact we do not mean' redemption from the In this Individuality the ca'lmgs to the total service do everthing in Him who
Lord like Mount Slon, know what it the Shepherd notes" the existence unique love for Christ in sustains me) I Philistines 4
are badly It probablycomes one reason or another, were was, writer results of Adam's tin, but .

which is immovable, which from the period follow quite willing to turn their of Genesis probably did not from the troubles of a hostile of a special communication determined 131),

forever itandi. Mountainsare ing their return from the backs on the true religion In know either world And Our Lord Ii never between the Shepherd Himself Let us pray that It may be

round about Jerusalem, favor of the and Hit sheep who These are the ecclesiastical, so Maybe .someone ho right!
Babylonian ":xlle. pagan piacticesof But, whatever it was, In quoted as referring to it-lln perceive
id the Lord Is round about t their overloads, the disobedience involved in only reference to the the voice of Him who the religious callings They now heart this humble ex
The Jew' were free, to be opening are those that require an initiative l.m.1'olee
his people, both now and fol".ver" The Canaamtes, the' Ass>',Mans I I. committing it there was evil. of Genesis has to do with man thus is a ipecification not only of ours dots feel

(Psalm 124, 12)). sure, and back In their home the Babylonians had The sinner would know evil- and wife becoming one flesh. descriptive and poetical, but a desire. the awaitingfor In himself the kingly voice of
land but it was an ( Christ, because Christ u
once more ?
Sion" Is a poetic name for held a fatal fascination for already he knew what the profoundly psychological and

the mountain on which JeruSalem uneasy! freedom. The complicated the weaker of God's children word meant, now he would It I. to St. Paul hat we owe mystical "('Ill. each of the one who calls, Let us pray that it be so Wa

wan bUilt. It i Is an Im task of reconstructionwas And now It was the Persians, get the bleak knowledge that the knowledge Adam's. partIn them by name: vocal no- like the apostles, elected give our blessing to all who

picssive height. and like all discouragingly difficult perhaps the most Insidiously comes from experiencing it In mankind's fell. mm.Um"John 1041 t and educated by \Him, Jesus 'listen to the Word of God

mountains it is majestic, and they were far from being dangerous of them all precisely his own self, "It was through one man Naturally; this mysterious repeats siala today Came and keep It" (Luke 11, %81.
mastcis of their own fate
solid unshakable! conversation between t the
because Iht'Y'I're no that guilt came Into the and follow Mr. It I. the Shra--
The Persian Empire hadsupplanted Our Lord knew ill shout !Shepherd and each soul Mass
\s such It I is a splendid! ] the Babylonian humane"' so "good, so deceptively obedience but all he samei world and since death' came is an exclusive prerogative single ofChrist herd mh. tomes U talk trsonally guide

figure of he unshakable trust attractive. owing to guilt, death sea liilmalrly, perhaps
: "lie learn
Umpire: and while the new ( obedience by the properly described as SUNDAY. May Mth
things He tuffrrrd
world rulers) were hearteninglv There were sound rmson, King and Center of each He rails Sunday after Easter
constant one man (Roman i 121. by same aoinlaalrra" -
string/ loving rare ) "
of the heavenly I'allier. humane, they were' still therefore, for the (faithful lo So with the first sinner We be heart But, at the same II(I call yul.) I Mast of Sunday Gloria,
world rulers and the continued lo he rid may tempted to time It
pray of them, "lest he learnt disobedience disobeying stresses an aspect, Creed! Preface of Easter i
!No matter hat difficulties freedom of the Jews (he Just put forth lo wickedness and the by think that, If the ship carry otters an example. establishes You know that today, when MONDAY May 24
may assail them, they know depended on their submissionto their hands" ushered In has never suffering ceased.So It. ing sunk Paul letter to Home had a principle of the pastorallife the nerd for those who would (Mass of previous Sundae

that lie is there. and they are their new masters This we should never have of the Church.We dedicate themselves to the Gloria Preface of Easter,
not entirely comfortable The pndsI ilh "apple" Is wrong: wt come to know all that was love
(. 'r-nelv' sure that lie can was an prayer a and cult of God and to or, Man of rogation Mon.
nituation One false summary plea for blessingson smile at it and pass on. What/, contained in those mysterious always have le rrmrm- the love and
and will come In their aid service of their day, Preface of Easter
about ".:\1'," what about"Adam" (' first chapters of Genesis her this: Whit Is the (Church )
JI1t as the hill of Jerusalem, move could spell disaster the faithful and punishment If brothers la growing, at the TUEiDAY, May MSt.

M lire and tmpcitiiibable In for the aM| >states The names need so we should have been it Is the gathering of the came time In many sectors Gr.or11.. Man of
And ftn the pious pilgrims: not detain us Ihe writer' heavy losers
lt clf is "tinged about by "Do faithful it ia flf the Church, even In those "
!: good. 0 Lord, to the knew' ; mankind called ont or more supreme pon-
JUI.Olep heir that
: lo ( hope, the Jews and their The doctrine
itiaidlan mountains, so God's! heir confidence lh.it dod; good and lo the upright of language of the fall I Is upon to form the fold of which for a time were the tiffs Gloria, 2nd Prayer ofSt.
came long alter If built
faithful are enveloped In Ills would break the yoke of subnervlencr heart Hut luch as turn asideto he calls the first pair by He the human upon the solidarity of Christ, or. according to another moat nourishing and rich In Urban I, Preface of

warm, all encompassing em- which chafed: crooked! ways may the brew race, which could extremely, txpressivt generous and pure souls drdi Easter, or, Mats of rogation
nn an- names-which
brace, Lard load mean Involve us all in the effects of and well known Gated to the Gospel the
nojlnglyi away evildoer only "woman" and "man"It Image, to Tuesday, 2nd Prayer of J'
At the time this alma one man's sin By that same form the the number of these volunteers
) it I 1'cace b. upon| was because h. was Mystical Body of Gr'lory11, Preface of
rotten and sung the "For the scepter of the Israel! !'" Hebrew writing solidarity we are all involved Christ The term Church it- of the Cross and of the Easter'NE01EbD.AY
In for Hebrew(
read In the
A en effects of one man's re. self, as is so often pointed out, glory of Christ is diminishing, May M
-- --
deeming tacrifice Eve ate means an assembly called to The Church finds herself in \'
r of Ascension M.IIof
that he >
Father Michael V. Cannon laving .ts that the apple and we get the unite with and (In Christ a tad and, at the tame time,
feast Gloria. 2nd
there Prim
wai a first .
man and
a stomach ache"
.. Minion ef Nombr. Dt DIOI first woman, that they truth there Is And our thought continued painful condition ef having of St. Philip :Nrrl.' Preface
were In the
Jibe "Christ died to turn to the theme before her a world to
tested by a command of God, on Calvary which open) of Faster', or Mast 'of rogation
and we gel redemption' the her mission a world
council has which
brought te
that failed Wednesday 2nd Pra\er
in the ,
I. CJI&e \t clupteus in and that their, failure made lest, other tide,-that Is the Jibe' view, the theme of the peopleof seems reluctant both but insensitive. and of the Vigil of Ascension,
them subject to death: "The Ho please God that I.. precisely, the la factwaits Preface cf Easttr
the and
third great Implores Come
day you eat it, community called upon THURSDAY. May 17
you iuie- chapter of
FLORIDA and the by Godinlludeiignof salsa, help us. adluta noi heir Act. .
: } histoRy ly die fifth Ascension of Our Lord J,-
chapter of
Roman lion and aupranatural eleva ftnd it cannot It cannot .
sue Christ Mass( of feast
because of a lack of
men Gloria Creed. Preface .f
Chapter 93 attacks from the Washington letter and women who dedicate
restless Indeed the sad state of the \scrnsion THH I IS *

last fifteen years of American. in the faith and fortunes of Catholicity In the the themselves to Christ and tt HOLY( DAY OF OBUGA
TUB world
west. Florldaa. salvatmn TIOVH1HHY

the Florldas were particularly Thrlr iltiiatlon II parllcii At war-ravaged Pensacola, Communists continue vicious aimsFather member Christ Himself went through, as you!this rr May M

trying to both Church larly \iilnerahle' In the yeses six I] hundred! inhabitants, for is almost 25 pain which had afterwards Siugustlnr Man of a
after ly cent of whom were IT )ears sine which were fwifessor Bishcp, Gloria
and State. Money was In 1810 when Insurgent per a great news O'Connor asked 10 be permanent m tic. hut

short iiipply, food stocks American and Mulish: let :Negroes, eked out a difficult the Catholic press In the 'brat" at the time It was an The general laughed and I o f 'His apostles 'The harvest Preface of AscensionS I
lien ached she living, Low class .Vmencanfrontiersmen States helped to explode Important of !UTRDU May !9
were continually low Noanswers portion ofVrsl piece Information said he did not want to discuss: large, but (Ihe workers
llorlda. hut lay west t.l I predominated a myth that was bee for the world, right "from philosophy f*,," ,Matthew t. J7' are !St Mary Magdalen dt Pai-
came in toletters
response the Prrdldo Ithfr'Ind the whites, thus clouding this country's dealIngs the hor rt 'M... of a
to Cuba for help rir- among r a mouth" It violently Apparently t h Chinese And !here, my belo\ed dirges, potmartvr s
dared It the r.itlidllrs of the town became with communism in the sons Gloria Prtfact tfAscension
a con lliullonal republic. displeased some of communists have moved and daughters. the
past lament
people grew IncreasIngly Far FastThis of ,
submerged In an alien hose who were idling the
: bitter and desx| >ndent. the initial stages of their re -

They also grew fearful, since This area as far as the rnvfi The'eminent.best efforts of the 1 Ii recalled because Idea agrarian of the reformers communists being volution and are already M. J. Murray

.Spain! had only :Zoo! ) soldiersin Pearl! liner was annexed bv officials here chew pnrslrisilent striving to extend the classhis ,
vlcario Father (Colcman Father O'Connor .
both Flondas con seer an apparent ml* had a one loclrtv" beyond the borders
the ;
to ward offCatholic United States fifty eight,
tinned to be frustrated hour
bv Interview
ronrrpllu which with General;
persists reganllng of China

days malnder later as ,far and as the the Per re. flagging spirits and spuitualImlifferem l this country' rule I In Chou Knlal: It was not surprising Only In recent days, President Strange but trueCatholic

'e, the Far Fail: ( lodat-ln Met.nair ,' that he found him Lyndon B Johnson has
dido was added In 1811:
: Ft I Mass was itill celebrated adroit" It was interesting repeated the warning that the C'P"9. ))149 NCWC N.,
,1, ,: r ('d' More trouble came to the In the old leaky almaren that that he found him affable," struggle Vietnam must not S-CI:

Florldas as a consequence! of served for a church No In 1"8. bow who now rule possibly because the com be ( nlrvluuis ns
regarded ivvr
as a red mil I
( Spam'a ..UI.nt'11th Fngland: school had )et been built, despite China were" still itnvinf to muniits were onh' :No 2 in war but as a "war of libera. UAhi sataii titres Wino wuiw t/vaeticew.

in the War of 1812 The United' a ro) al order of IT1!*!, take over the country The 'hlna at the time: and had to twn" the communists foster .:.uAh"ata5ys '

States provoked rebellion. And Father Coleman saw no were generally: referred to as work hardr wherever ..;.; ('
they can. He alsorecalled
though J unsuccessfully In prospect for better timea rommunUta but there was "Ife follow the Ideology of ..r

raaur6.1 ...., fdLr Fast Florida, and sent General an extremely vocal consent Mara" the general told Father that for' a quarter ofa e Pai.nvna
In SIiiKiislliie., lather century the t S has stood a Irrar, tie
...,, Andrew Jackson to de- in the United Math which Insisted O'Connor. .

ii * r.tHolll' tepee. "Our rr.lrlllIJOfIC'f between 44k --(11I
the 7
OHrlllv I of ,Aces ,
deans and I'aIher peoples
5'.Ia.., till III.III troy' the for t at 1'enwicola in sear they were only "'CfI' Is not our ultimate 4 ( +warwr.wr..us.+
( ('1'1"by war assistants and those who would enslave
Ill pad r.l..lal I Prlit 1114 flan refornifri" seeking to goal, which la the classless fr5s o

0'...... tI.I4. ..... Jackson returned in 11)18) It'S rill. correct social abuses In their society for China and for the them r rr.+ar. N
I: ,a.-, "ipllnn In I* A, .,,4 and ravaged the interior of Two oilier Priests served In country And, it wa added world We must first go Tkis kind .1 .ar," the Ial1:AYr yrP r..,

.r ut1," aspie. >>>..ri ..h., Fast: Florida, capturing MNiigustine the ancient parish. Father what they were doing was noromwn through the Initial states. PrrsMral ial Id t rrfarttl 5 f 'ar ,0 s7r
I. 5101
In the process! fly Oomei. the k'ht-.a master, of ours For' these states our policy IMaam." "l. war aalas the : cnh rv6ih 4 54

h. t'iliU KilivIM, ,,,.It. Horn. this date. Spain was l'on.'Infed and Father Cardoso O F M I Father Patrick O'Connor is like that of the democratic ladraraOace ef ..I...... s *" unro.0a
of ,51 I'.ih.f. AMiieUnl
1 lh". Nlllnn.l' fllhOll. v that she could no the chaplain at the gairiwmFather !SSC i :NCwC News SwHeeorresnwHKnt revolutionary parties .f the rep 'WMst

C' .. <'unfar*"!!. s.. H.r< lct longer ..11UI.. attacks ..ndd.'I'I'.1.ltlon. beset Inh.. Far Wwt "And we will meet at
IJ .or and Martin, ..ul.>li...... Vlttlllv was Fail: did we "have met 4hi "' -. ;g
of her unfriendly what m other cor.rejH Fathw" O'Connor
f' "iiimlt''*, KnMr4: es MMK* by ctwtinulna; illness, and asked! the
> ",IBII u...., Ik. Art .t March neighbor aDd six- organ to could not handle any but the > Hent at the time M general what place religion daagri"(or snore than a fro- .4 h'GAU. "

'. eiptere the possibilities of he went tit :Niokuvf and would "hilt his cruises he a.Wnl
lighter duties of the" pariah in rlasiles He "'l lr. LI d '
sari Commun, !
U"B withdrawing with honor from Hit parishioners 110' asked General Chull Fl..1 l 1tIl'iNy >I.
her what ,Is tomg to male A: a r*. Ysw'OMw
exposed and r* and hia f..rt J
unproductive gown testy at the ,lutImy1IfOIIf1l1 The lied leader replied that lIeu..t. American ,3-- 3.ment I)
malosn's. s for Fast: Florida were The general. adwddquite la Ihr final I GK a e ed1 IM.1r
iiagrs 111M
,..".. Cl..a r. l.rih. frankly that I is ..fIf1l1.r. (' it ;g
G..ulls Mi.tliter. In (the area' en w known u u'bwJ.fId their pastor for his t they weiemari marxKl surfeit "xieBte will\ j t i erse us eut of .\< a, he

Florida, there failure to give the sermons cwmmwuris and thaitheir hair ached all eesth.se., ass. ,
.. were nlv two I a4dvd the. mad. to eeueesquat" ,t ry.e.rlhLaM
I: : Mi.1. Yul. parishes after at Maw, As for Father Crosby ultimate goal *.. a this will ullni.llnU fisp
ia to t"ia:
Wars A. M.Il.leA elawlwi open
boy complained h. was Mcirtr for China ,sr If f rrligtoa." jThe j Reds
.sulishrl M.n.i'e They were the same two too taken tip with the Irish and for 1M world
.. ...... general added that T. those who asked '.\?
0. D l '. parishes that had sliest. alone members of the parish ami They were cvmmniH t.| '
after/ death
there Is nothingI I the mpotuMrMlHy shot J t
mice SNinitii| fI"i at urn Intheir nut! sniiu/ ifiitiv' Mih i don''" 'for tfialrrllr inalerlalUnt.lli He '
bet ve "m Ihej r"sir he aniwrrrJ .
/ttday 1.12J.1Ir.! wliliiite .1"t 1 tnte' $ut>, the well\ i i.P I n n "t i tI,. > .""' ? 'i ,p", ,I.,', | ..' aH r I II", -' I It t- >e wn gyn.'A .
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( eMI 4
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,. The Florida Catholic Friday, May XI, 1965

I Little Rock seminary of St. John's trains our students I

CT. JOHN'S Seminary was St John's offers the pr. ._ .....!'" "
established in 1911 by scribed courses required of 4'r: : V. .

Bishop John B. Morris, the ecclesiastical] students by the
Holy See.Although. c ,
third Bishop of Little Rockto I jfrI iL '. ..\. i
train young men for the great stress Is ''t .
laid upon the Intellectual de- n .....
diocesan Priesthood i.e. it r
to ulopmcnt of the student, the
bt genuine mediators between my heart and permeating
aspect of the student's
God and man. formation
II the spiritual program.
This purpose continues to
bt realized through a program Each day begins with a
that enables the semi- period of prayer and meditation 9
reran to become one with The community Mass 1iI '
God and one with mankind, 10 which is a community celebration P I
that ai a Priest he will be in the fullest sense of ,
Impelled to bring God and the word Is offered each
man together through the morning at 11 15 Just as pIli
living Word and the sacra each day is begun in prayerso
menU, of which he Is the divinely is each day officially con- i4
I appointed dispenser. eluded w,
The apostolic program at Y
Met cease U St. John's r .
St. John's encourages the .04i
etek year from more thai Utflecesei J 4
student to
give expression to .
U participate is the what he has i E.rir
celebrated In the .
college and theology pr. daily Mass.Through f 4 Fletcher hall a scene
grant offered) the fslsre campus
Priests. this program the
student may participate in Fletcher hall at St John's Include thin for M theological students and
'These programs prepare catechetics work, aid the : the new dormitory with accommoda- six\: members of the faculty

ttio students morally, inteleotually poor of the community send

spiritually, culturally educational materials to mission Food for the soul association meet regularlywith Th.7 complete and! Timothy Johnston 8t Man
and physically for their future areas, visit the sick, act the seminary rector to well.rounded program offeredby garet Mary Church Winter
wort primarily as parish as aa Instructor for the seminary Erie Johnson seminarian of this Dl the seminary rector" during daily Mass discuss various aspects of St John's aids the studentIn Park; Michael Woodcock, St.
Priests. ( home study service ocese, receives Holy Communion from student life developing and deepeninghis James Church, Orlando]
The general course of study etc.This All students are encouragedto << life' in Christ so that as a Gary llaug. St. Paul Church
offered at St. John's College apostolic work continues each year to Mexico to work summers working with migrant sociation wan recently established participate In and contribute \ Priest he nay bring Christ to Pitons Beach; John Goon-
lad to the degree of bachelor Into the summer as among the Mexican J people laborers, or taking at St. John's Ie enhance to the various student mankind. en, St Mary Magdalea, Malt-
of arts with a major !la sn to eight students Journey Other students spend their parish census, teaching the Initiative and reipininlbllllT activities which function i Seminarians from (the Ditto land; James Mealy Ascension
philosophy, studying or counselling ol the students through the following committees case of St. Augustine attending Satellite Reach: Frank
The curriculum Is arrangedto M young people In summer and to bring about a offer the student a sufficiently camps sense of community spirit. speakers, music rec, Walter E Miller and Erie lour, Cocoa Beach; and
broad education t. reatlon, cultural developmentand John on, Church of the Assumption Michael Kelly, Church of the
A student government as The officers of the student
equip him with undergraduate forenslcs. Jacksonville; Epiphany: Lake City
preparation la several
fields of liberal art.. Thus the r ,
student Is enabled to obtain
adequate preparation for the r
study of theology, as well ss .
to prepare himself for graduate
study in a selected teaching e II I II
field. I

The school of theology st '
w rev

Pope hopeswar .

memories :

Home study course f t

lead to peace Readers of this paler have seen from time to I
time the references to our seminary student :

\VTICAV CITY (NC) home study courses. Timothy Johnston, above,
Pope P.ul1, mar 11I1 la pictured participating! in the paper work involved *

Italy's the end 201 of h anniversary World War of H in that program. Rebel Bishop on seminary library shelf

prated that the terrible and
sorrowful tiperienres of past The seminarians from the Dloceno op; from the 'left, Michael Kelly, Tim

wars "may serve to wan usto of St. Augustine present Father Anthony othy Johnston, Michael WoothMrk,
apply new principles to Dens, summary librarian, with Erie: Johnson. Walter Miller lath I
coming history those of r a copy of Rebel Bishop, t the recent Urns, GAry llaug, John Ouonen, Jam a
brotherhood Just liberty, reciprocal blogtaphy of the Diocese's tint iilsh Ilealy and Frank Duller.
respect and Justice/ ,
which find in the fear of God Proclaims God's WordFather --v--e' .Ne.NNNNeNNNNNN
their highest motivation.

ftt+sklsg to s reeest ,..... ; W.I1am: Jrr.L: :Ion, a member of the far kr Rtadltn3Dayia !
I t. St. Peter's square Pep ult\ lathe lebrsnt at tl.,, ).Ia..t which Michael
Past called f.r prayer, lr Woudiock. a etude nt fr'm the Uior,'M of ft: AugUttine -
peace asd said): ; reads the Ki:( !at t:> Other seminarian* 1 r .mt-. xsrrnat ..,

"This May dearest sons\ skiving ..til./ Mass are James Manclnl, left. of a. .&.,-*....i s.Ambuleitie .......
If not serene Me pray IJttl Rock and Th mas Trrc<:. of Springfield, ; Seriee

that It may be so We pray Illinois. VA 4-I47I
that progress and prosperitymay ST. AUCUSTINI4t
not place weapons la the f
bands of coming! generationsbut J w +
Rector holds conferenceA s
rather Instruments of .
'" ,
peace and of work and the attle portion of a scholars life Is capture ..,;) .: -J
means for helping those who
are la need. here as Monfignor. James E Connu.. the seminary .

"He pray that the great rotor, hold one of isle frequent eJ ej,...l conferences I

Christian ideals II true with students MOlR1Atl.ng..pd .

pen., preached by the Popes .. "
- --- -- StudyMu
who preceded us, and especially '.
by Pope John with his Lauds Spanish ,.' ) < h of a srn inarlan's time 1s gent|, etudvuig A, w,.."A..a a,1

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may enter the hearts of a'l:) '
t( him to the PrVtsUtood as a cultured, scholarlyman. ST. PETERSBURG
and overcome the pride and For work in Latin America
egotism which makes men Pictured: Is Gary llaug,
enemies among themselves. NlUftll1itsPop.. f'.1! I latin America re>ert'fst,san ran .
for the the whole. of athotlrum,
Mary, obtained us
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power of love stronger
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Of many things High School

n.\\\TON m\cii On

Priests seek hallmarkof Sunday, May 23 at 7 pm.

Council M22 Knights of Columbus

will sponsor! the first

early Christian charity annual Father Lopez sports

U award dinner at the Holiday
Bv lather henry' J. MironTf1 a Inn West ion \olusia Avenue
k w
>r Priest IB the witness to God and for God. To be ). Tickets are 2.50 perperson.

witness docs not mean that his whole life consistsin .. Chairman Joe Lopez
hopes to have all the ticket
in engagmg in polemics: but t being a living mjsteryadvantage ,
returns In by Thursday, May
( means that he lives in 20 so that adequate seating
such away that his life would can be arranged.
make no sense if God did not Merchant of Venice portrayed at Kenny High School The guest speaker will be

existIf his life is a riddle, if his I Father Students at Bishop Kenny High Schoolin ehamberlaln Several; students on behalf of some from Shakespeare! The Merchant of coach Bill Peterson at Florida head State football Ini

convictions:: are .son-conforn, Henry J. Jacksonville gathered recently to congrat. the entire group expressed their good wishesto Venice. versity who not only puts outa

tog, it IS because the world Mime ulate Monsignor Mortimer Danaher, piesi- Monsignor Danaher During the assembly, good football team but Is

has forgotten:; that the Lord dent of the school, on his elevation to papal the freshman class presented this courtroom also an excellent after dinner
God and Him only shall be speaker, sponsors say
adored. The Priest by con ---
action and vocation exists \" \ 1.\\\\\\\\\""

for God. : dally, there Is St. Paul
present to his mind the example Assumptionto
(larllT of cons kilos, how of hrlst and the stitrl- SchoolST. Youth
1'\fr. can become sterile and. tidal love of Christ on the expand its
unattractive unless It In infused Cross, PhTlIlSBlRG-Atth; *

by charity of heart school plant annual local Catholic "" '''\'''''''\\\ ",\\n a
The Cross which is the sign
The Priest knows thdt it of America poetry ,
Daughters ..
of complete I consummate JUXSONMLLE Monsl ,
vas the luminous flame of contest, three students from n
lose; the Cross Is an eternal Harold F Jordan and '
rather than gnor ', "
charily which any challenge to the Priest to re his parishioners broke groundthis St Paul ]High School claimed
philosophical system
the hallmark of the ciprocate that love Just as past Sunday for an eight. awards
vas complete!), just as unselfish. classroom addition to A*.
Church In its springtime: In division three for grades '

See these Christians how iy The charity which fills a sumption auditorium School parish and hall a new 10, II and 12, first place and (;
they love one another
Priest heart purges him of an award of $15 was woe by f1\
:Moreover those warriors The two buildings! ( to be eon
self seeking it destroysany with \ '
any ; of Carol Breiner a Junior \
nf Christ Peter Paul.1 he strutted are the first units i (
preoccupation may her poem entitled Consecration ; t
James. John Timothy Titus the permanent school fur Assumption
have with vested interests, it ,"
won the world for Christ because Parish
removes attachment he '
.6 .
of the beauty; of their may have to his own wants.In The present school building, Second place and $10 was /.
holiness and the mercies of won by Judy Fumea, a sophomoie -
which was built during the
Clirist embodied in their a word, charity commits ;
with her
poem ,
him entirely to Christbody war era to serve as a ship. 1 1ii
ministry converted Prayer Before the Sacred
and soul, mind and heait yard office, was
If I have not charity, writes No longer does he think In into a school when the parish Heart;" and Susan Bashaw,

one of them, I am nothing terms of what he wants; acquired the land in 1948. a junior won third place and A
Only a Priest knows-some. It Is stalled by 12 Sisters of W with her poem The Sacrifice .
rather his interest, his wants
times all too well-the nerd ," Father students learn of
are Christ: It is not 1 who st. Dominic of Adrian, Michigan Lopez : space programWilliam
fur charity of heart, )If he
live, but Christ lives In me, and seven lay tear hen. In division two for grades 7,
does not possess it, he is Several scale-model crafts John William
A, Lockard representagram Buckley, MaronI'y.tlve
The living eloquence of aPriest's ft and 9, Stephanie roster, a
truly an unknown By this life-because it is Clergy in Cuba freshman at St. Paul's) of NASA, recently gave stuwere displayed and ),11'. Lockard Mr Lockhard, Hendenck Crowd!,

shall all men know that you a lift totally given to the VATICAN CITY (N'I 1 brought further honor to her dents of Father Lopez High School emphasized the importance of each Junes Crubiak, Norman Orel
ate disciples,
ambassadors my if you my have cause of Christwill open<< According to the Annual school with her porn "Solace in Daytona Beach a valuable inin the race for space. Pictured

10for one another heads to listen to the logic Pontificio, official Vatican ," for which the received sight, into the ruirent spar pro. from l left are: Jeffrey LaCour,
nf his convictions a logic yearbook, the total number of honorable mention .
But I Isj his sometimes p< ln- which will reach few minds clergy in Cuba diocesan and ---- -- -- ---- -

ful I struggle to preserve so long as hearts are untouched religious has diminished Club featured
charity, the Priest has CIne from 723 in 1960 to 225 in 15 TAMPA

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t' : 'J Civics class 'builders of tomorrow'EIGHTH


grade civics students from Assumption School, Also, Russell Cummings!: Fire Au L fe .H._ or But.nets

% have every reason to be proud of their formerly a counselor for the rill.- HENRI A, MONTEAU

recent commendation from the commission on American juvenile court consented to ::: MORELANC.OllVU.t.40NTEAU, INC.

citizenship of the Catholic University of America for be a guest speaker Informal ... )) Wuttrn Union luitdinq

their noteworthy interest in community affairs Then Iy Mr Cummings related his Phone 22?.1911 Tampa, florid
experiences with those youthsunfortunately
young citizens developed civic\ awareness when they for. dubbed
juvenile ,-" \"" "'"'' \" ''''
mally applied for and rereived sonnet members of the Florida delinquents and stressed the i'UKOM/h: TIiISE; \hKTIMIU WHO

their charter from state interest community must SU'I'ORT tOlR CITIIOUC PRESS:
employment agency
Washington D, C were Interviewed In regard! to take m guiding and counseling ",."" ""\\U un,'" nn"" \\ uu"""\\ ,,\\,

W Assuming! the title ''Builders job possibilities for high our young peopleIn
df of Tomorrow and school dropouts summation of the study

1 equipped with a suggested With the souice material Captain Uindgate of the City
!Police outlined MARY HELP OF
outline from a national mag made available' the students
statistics on the problem, under ,
acme. this young club was assembled a display in the
hall of the xhool consideration and outlined .
launched on an Interestingand main on
Community work cited rewarding >ear the retraining program now the remedial measures
being taken both nationally
(Having studied national and in effect CHRISTIANS CAMPFORMERLY
The commission' on American citizenship Marie OP, moderator, .shows tile tiU- state issues the Huilders of Noting the emphasis the and locally in behalf of trou.bl..d

of the Catholic University' of lion to several! mcmbeia of the Club: 1 omoi row" direc'ted their at findings placed on social youth
America commended the Civ. from the left Jack Hole- tuition to local problems agencies, t w o committees\ Succeeding months and sue
I recently Mary Young, formed to renting topHS saw the "build ( CAMP DON BOSCO)
irs Club of Assumption School, Jack man, James Berry and Joyce Ann aiming which were, air and were provide guest. ers of tomoirow continuingto
Mrs R
sionville for its noteworthy work in Wood, water pollution a public health nuraf'and take an active part In the For Boys 8 to 14

community affairs, Sister Laura Films from channelJT Mrs N rahey. a social life of their community
and information on the subtec \- worker visited the daM and If these young people areas St ".d oicluKvoly by fKo Sabu.m' of Den lotco. Located onbtautful
t from the Department of discussed the successful In earning out lint La at the ouhli.rtt of Itmpt. Ut.na etk..

Jesuit Health education: andpl.. Ducal County J'Oltl.Irptl Is taking their rp fiibilitf in adult fee, 01 of the Mar Help of CKftt, ni School for Boyt.

OUR lADY or THE BILLS faie Washington, DC gave combating this paralysing in life as they have been in Open Sunday, Juno iOti tea Syndoy, August Rh, irduure.t .
High School a deeper, Insight into the problem earning. out the program e.
problem their ( "11 Club surelN the'

CA.MIPnCNDERSOlWXLLE T\'11'0 members Following thin program *f Muvlng more iprrl'kallv U will be our builders of tomorrow
of Jesuit High School junior research and dlnrumlon a the juvenile delinquency problem
an Interview .lih Judge
slats have been awarded rninmltlee then ventured forth
John Santora, artglnator( .f Consultor named
scholarships to U>)ola ('nl- In Interview personnel rn-
N. C. \I'ulty New Oilcans, Ix>um' gaged: In the sanitation and the Jar* nnvllle youth jury, \\TIC\N cm
ana, It wm announced water departments was arranged Pope r.uI1 has named)

(hailcs n HiMiee. l It. son Judge: Santora discussedthe MoMignor Jean G h c b r e
A Catholic camp for boys and pith aaos The final points of the January
of Mr and Mrs lharles nBisbre pievrntive, measures mariam. vicar general of the 'e
7 lo 16. 200 acres. 37 buildings iss iho topic were the related :1
lX(! Mest Powhatten "being taken In this rommun Hhinpiannte: diotes of \t- b
.. Rldgo Mountains largo modern Avenue Tampa and) fusxel topics of high school dropouts ity to aid our youth who are mara Hhiopta: a consult t;.s1

pool, mountain lako, with all camping J Ualleur 17, son of Mr and and juvenile delinquencyAgain so tacking in love, interest of the CungrefatMM for the
channel V J\T
activities guldod br trainod counselors. :Mrs Ku sel\' \\alleur Hade the students with provided a and understanding, Oriental Church

Id.al accommodations for visiting City will attend an ell I h t
par local film on the problem her.
onts. Camp provides pick-up service la weeks summer 1C.'lpnpro- In Jacksonville. Also, per ROSARIAN ACADEMY
gram: In rheuiixtrv'-June 14 Rr.l4fnt ull school lot 1-. vkme .beautiful
or from noarost rail, air bus terminal. day all a
A throughUKUst8onscholar: -- l..... Morlk. (.rd" use to I."'". Icily|| a<-ti..tlt..... \..
camp for ,youngsters grow..splril- ships awarded by the national reused word of their accept baldicge..tll 1 ..p.rl.. ....!,. sri, 4r....ltr*. IMrrrr4 .fikttr .r
wally, healthfully. For Uleraiuro, mile: science' foundation ante shortly after the Easter ., M. l...wiiWSnr riUlnc *.|.tt.-. Rf'l.tr.... "
lto.\KU' .\('.*la1\', WI-sT: HIM Biat
BBMHBI (Only kludrnli who du sl(- vacation
Winter Address: sltlrantlv better than 11\or.age The eight weeks course wiltgo
I' both boss a well-rounded '
OUR LADY or THE IIIUS CAMP : work Is their scknc. Of The Names ." "
classes are considered fur approach to basic chemists Academy Holy 1) .f

c o SI. Leo'. Chart Ihcuf scholarships, and its interdependent"e upon R*>;dent and iti i,Kool for 9;rk Grades ese to feet',... Fully ';
335 SprUtadale Av.... other sciences! as well as the
.c WINSTON-SALLM. M. C. The the boys made applicationfor 11Mbtt rl'n the various wxifC. art and! iporft. C''GIKtelilty S;t+ori of t+o. HWy .SFe..: $3000 per weal fOl any auwbur: .f reels.
stholarships through branches the
their science teacher and r. chemistry within itself, scienceo Newel JJI* <.yiK.fo loulo.ord, Tempe. Flood. AI Kti'tt; : ..... ;+K dsq: : F."'ll,"fl, b..fc"9. |w>fHmp ." 91"\

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The" Florida Catholic" Friday, May 21,15

I Augustine's was first community act of religion in AmericaIFatbtr

Mkhael \'. Cannon that speech for hypocrisy does from his ..
Journal kept aboard ,,'" clan and too few know the of the greatest tradition any
of St. not know the Spaniard of the
Augustine dine'tor
Menendez who said nine days Catholic women have la the

of America's Oldest ISth century 'Having set sail from the t before his death United States.
And so Menendez sails Now
Mission, gave this address we begin the great adventure Canary Islands within a short 1 After the salvation of my Aad I hope too that I can
soul there Is nothing I desire
on iU history at the time a fierce tempest arose enlist enthusiasm for
conentkm story, one of the great adventure your
more than to be in Florida
and the flagship with another ,
what Is being done at the old
in stories of all
\ Cocoa Beach this times.
-- and there end my days saving
broke! from the fleet
The away :Mission as the Diocese and
date is June 29th We "
r--5'-- souls
month of the St.
Augustine without! being seen anymore
are fast approaching now the the nation Itself observes the
Diocesan Council of Cath. 400th anniversary of that ac And the next day another ship Gallant man great events that took place
turned back to land for she
olio Women. The first part tual departure date The year, there 400 years ago.
was leaking badly and could
of the address was" pub 1565 not be helped" Many know the tales told ofSt W are building you knowa

lished last week, ending Menendez sailed out of a Now only five ships out of Atigmtmt's! early history library in which to house
with, the royal charter In port In southera Spala with all those that sailed remained as a garrison of her feats of our old records the oldt't

which, the King of Spainon 1* ships and 1100 mea bound together: Father Lopez was arms, of her gallantry under records of any kind In the
selge, of her as
for Florida's perseverence country and all nf our other
east roast. of them and he wrote
March 20, 1565 In- on one the
1 a lonely outpost on rim documents which tell these
strutted Pedro Menendei Several days after his ships this: of Empire! great stories the story of the

de Aviles to take Priests set sail, the fleet encountered b I Faith In Florida and the
Stormy sea But how many know that
with him to Florida to In. severe storms. southeastern states
other story, that more glorious
struct the Indiana in the But the admiral continued "The five ships which remained story .f humble Priests and \\e are building a voti.e

Holy Faith. en his course carrying soldiers of our fleet hoped to lav)'people who had set at church as an expression of

sailors locksmiths, have a prosperous voyage the naught all that the world thanksgiving to God for 400

millers silversmiths! tanners red of the way thanks to our ,' holds dear In order to drop years of the Faith and as a

sheepshearers and farmers Lord and His Blessed Mother ti } r dl their lamps of faith and prayer to Him that He will

along with their wives and I'p to Friday the 30th of July, knowledge Into the continental extend over us the same hand

Father children, we have h.d'fry fine weatherbut l darkness? of benediction for the next

Michael V, An additional 1000 pioneers at 10 o'clock that day a tl1L. i 400 years.
Three after his land
were to follow later days
from violent wind arose 11 hlch'by
''"' log, at the end! of his ..
Gaines provinces In northern Spam 2 In the afternoon had become ( vovage: The new Cross
....a ..2. Pedro Menendez wrote hometo
Menendes had the good the most frightful hurricane
King Philip words( which
sense to recruit men skilledIn one could Imagine Visit Mission of Nombre de Dios And w* are building prim
might: inspire ""f'onl'If us
tilling the soil skilled In "The sea which rose to the who heirs of that tipsily a cross Vie are erectIng -

Y ANSWER to the King, animal husbandry and hunting very clouds seemed about to Father Lamar J Genovar, native row. Sister Norman Marie Sister i M rgaret great see adventure today 400 years after the first
of It cross was erected a towers
I game for
was lack
swallow alive and such
of St Cathedral, Vincent Sister Rose He said
Auguntine'a parish Patrick
Menendei : <<
gave a speechwhich log
of there skills that earlier e*. was the fear and apprehension tross, a great cross, across
I shall not quote firrpt peditions had shown such of the pilot and other Pastor of Our lady Quern of Martyrs. i"ltr'lIngf'lInf' Marie, Sister Maria "As for m'If'It.lur( :Ma 200 feet high a cross

to name this one irn lamentable inability to live sailors that I pushed m.vself (pariah in Fort Lauderdale, recently" Teresa and 1 Sister Mildred Charles; jeity you( may be assured that will have the appearanceof

lens out of all he laid off the land.Four. hard in exhorting<< my brethren brought these Sisters of St IVimimc buck row, Sister Marie Joseph, Suiter that If I had a million gold a beacon nf the Faith to

"Your Majesty, if there and companions to revpentane. on pilgrimage to the Mission of Nombre Marie Ambrose, Father (renovar, Sinter pieces more( or lean. I would. shine out from the ancient

should be no gold in Honda Priests ... I represented' to de Dies In St, Augustine Viewing the lyle Joseph and Sister' Mary Kian spend" ,It because all upon It this Is of undertaking suihteal minion land to show peopleon
even should the toll be too land and
them the Passion of Our lord historic melon grounds were the Fort clna.I.audrdale (: service to God Our on sea that our
sandy to raise nation
began with
crops even a religious
should there be no means to Chief among the passengerswere and Saviour. Jesus ChrUt, faculty from the left front lord, for the Im tea e of our act
four parish Priests with His justice and His mercy
establish Holy Catholic Faith and for
a military
strong -- --- -----
fortification, to hear confession with so much success that I the service of \'our Majesty Me want people to know
despite aU of In these four men lay the spent the night in hearing weighed anchor and led his to give them \ktory in all M>nendei ilechled tn engage: that here Is where the cross
that. I would still go for the. Church's hope of planting the confessions few ships to sea again rtoith- things. the French ship at onie ".4nd therefore I bane offered of Christianity; was firstplanted.

sake of And evangelizing I the Indians cross permanently In Florida And now the date Is August<< ward to this Bahama channel And Father" lfit himself" A brief and Im-wtsequential lo Our lard all that He .
should prefer sands battle followed Father lopes may give me In this world, all
Sth. Father Lopes and his wrote: "lhnks to Oed and) "
the chance to do that before CanaveralOn that The great cross w ill he .
I and
honors Their names were Fran companions stunted the Islandof Cape the prayers of the Bte4H! iecor any or offices or dignities flwo Lopez de Mendoza Dominica where the ship'scaptain \'Irgm. we soon had the pleas. tog all the guns we filed at In crder I t. plant the of stainless steel but
that you Majesty Monday August 27th them did mil sink of tio.prlill this land bar the enllghlenment with a finish very similar to
Crajalez, who was their leader decided to put ashorefor lie of seeing land and .found we one
might" wish to bestow upon (he was the fleet (chaplain water Three dais later Father IAlI"1 noted what ourselves actually In 'Ior. their ships 1'h. Sppiuardetows of Us natives" that of sterling silver It will
me he surely must be a striking withdrrw, with lossesMenendes be the tallest cross In the
would be later the first the crew weighed anchor and Ida1' no And when the great admiral
Typical note pastor of the pioneer community let a compass heading fur coincident. because the same was pleawil 1>> he died In Spain In 1574. his sun. Hemlspheie.Daytona .

i, Sods de Mesas, Hodriguez San Juan In Puerto lUre thing<< could be seen today in Seloy village had! satisfied' his military burnt, bearded body was removed .
Garcia de Trujillo and which the fleet reached a different sense He said honor.
By the way. about that from Its steel rorsele'tnand
Pedro de Ruada 'While we were near the flight here at the Cape. lie decided Beach
particular speech of Menen August Sth In the I harbor they now to retire dressed according to his
dot and his missionary motitatwni And as the p.nbh'f'.11 sighted four other ships of entrant U> the Bahama Coasting along the shoreline particularly since as he knew wish In the simple habit of a

the treat historianof plowed westward through the their Mattered fleet Including Channel, right off of the Cape further north the vovagers the French had five more bat Franciscan Only the gentler

the last century Francis Atlantic Father lopes made the flagship San Pelajo, of of Canaveral, led showed to came upon the harbor at the tie ready worships. In theriver. side of his nature showed to

Parkman 'who, was no friendto notes of the VO) .,.. Admiral Menendes. us a miracle' from heaven River "f Itolpluns whuh had those who viewed his remains BEACONAmbulance
About nine o due k In the evening been described by French
things Spanish). had to ton. He reported( the fleet's arrival ReunitedFather a comet appeared., navigators. The Indians called It was lime '' sow to found ,
cede that the man who takes at the Canary Islands oa which showed tUelf directly the site Seloy. his settlement. He\ turned the But the epitaph that wasplaced Service

Wednesday July Sth. where .boII', a little eastward, low. of his ships southward upon his grave at
the ships took on wood and lopes wrote. "lAud giving' to much light that It It was, wrote Father !*' i>lltif toward the newly. named harbor Aviles had the sound! of (rum. 255-2406

Daytona Beach water' The following Sundayhe cries of joy resounded on all might have been liken for the Mrras, ". gmid harbor .f( M Augustine phets, for he had planted! the
noted they raised salt again' skies and we thanked the wild o goal learh to which Cross and II would alay.'
It went toward the West
lard that he had permittedus sun Mearmlei Thov arrived there'.ist t off La Franco
for the Island of Dominica In -that Is towards Florida gave the "same ofngutllne
'' the Caribbean the Dominican to bud ears other again' M .\ ," became that the Indian. village: of .Seloy on&pteniber Tell your history
and H, lasted Uniform
brightness long
; ; .
but It would be ImpoMtMe for C, ISM,
a assuesa Republic of today which Is saint s feel was I he dry nn
s .... roes. to tell .hew it all enough to repeat two Credos This Is the story. my dearladies
me .
undergoing such a severe I venture to that if which he had first sighted<< Father lopes| rteorril.ml the I III M'f"elia
I wwt NIV101M jo '' say )ou
with which nation
stwnInfRI. .. strain and I were aboard ship In this land at the ('ape.The landing In words whlcl} are mir ._e | Mn -Al r,,...
'. .. ... The Spanish vayagerspaused graphic and linking began<< and It Is the story
of the Honda
Talker" fells ie Meros alto several days In Puerto general area date was now fteptem "On Saturday' the Dlh of wlilih you have observed and
'. made ..... of Ike. voyage and Rico to replenish their store cwatt MI August V ItMft, we her 4UI. M....... prweetM !September," he wrote, "the commemorated In a particularly

sere are Mint of his words of and t. take c'ashlspat' to see a similar still farther up the coast and admiral landed with \ fitting and worthy PRINTING
provisions onboard many
eight The trail of fire In the [ester Pr., and OflielCeuchma
horses ad Mitioal reached the mouth of the banners ipread to the' sound manner by making these t
sky. not from a comet but River of May, which events the them nf Printing. c.
Welcome Travelers men that the King had agreedto you re 01 trumpets| and salutes ofrlllUry great
from a missile.The ..... .
member, Is now the St Johns, convention t M ,, *M
Fvrnitur; furnltti from the Miamigarrtton. All I had gone ashore your
and there .he sighted. four Nut I that, have nit CL 2 4JI4 I IIM ".!Ul
Pored ."J *.... SpocUlttI; terv sent day (the lot the evening l..f fe. I book across only you '9
.,... sighted land II was French worships reinforcements and went to meet horn served! the, events In a prat
"H.n W,..,". .Ir.. rather late i was asked to .
Al.m;aum remain by Puerto Rican set ('ape ( aoaveral. the IhU fI... for Fort Caroline John singing the hymn To !Ileum tied I and valuable way by

Hgk.ay; l-Or"wed teach tiers They offeted him aitattractive I,, of, land thai projected' nil Ribault had won that race .uca.nwl compoiing the histories' of
from ':uropt. The Admiral followed by guilds Nothing has been
w... paitorate, but he from the realer of florida'seast your
..... ..... h.... roail.Father all who aiTmt>aMled him done like this before and
., refused laying! !
In battlo
". CIRO'S marched up to the ('rest, these records are going tnlivt
n..., ,Y1.eA .'.11.. CvtUm MJ I wanted to see If b* re Solis de Metes wrote kMll. and a.....! It. A large for many, many years to
j CMci Drip*! twang a prrt al be efrt for let his journal that It was Au Worried that the enemy number of !ls4iM watched come I thank you for themIn

..-.....'.1 : Aw C.,,,.. Sales I S.nce; the. 10of J...,.. He ....w gut M ftt Augustine day force was strong enough to these. proceedings and Imitated the name of the Dtnceio

e ; 2UO N. [>..;. F,...., sot grant me a greater. since on which then sighted the lad prevent the founding of aft all they .w dtattt." and In the name of all of our e r

N.. S-"r" **' 111 It Is my desire to serve ()rida, all! of them kneelIng pan i id settlement, the Ad. Catholic! people In Florida and

ho: lArd and IDs Blessed: M 'her sa; rg u>e T. ()"imi lanUdo, s "<"m. I "rr aK i.r First actA the nation\

I''q".t feci5., Tie' ? j =J Or1.'t;0 t a'I i urged furti.. its| ffr ,, (tl, Ite| I MI"| that Mrs Marcus -- -

...:t.bI. Co"..e Mf. saye..ad w.lh W.rh ap;- al r:1: the pt 1 I. re ta'!'' )g t1.\ anMvan, ', to 1'',. j' 1\>,,. 1'111 i iane solemn Mats wa then Kilrh national 1 NCCW presl

tip I* 400 p.n.M 01 T.U04 Itt edo if;t .'... bards acw,, Uee:=dez agues: poi; e:,j, e 'gat: ig t r 1.,4> cf !' \ f-, J h I offered M honor of the Naliv dent will want to take word l Naka, end America foodOp

say of the |li seed t touted Malts
Virgin nf this to th*
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Mary. t the least day observed what you have don was as

-- JOLINES i / .' !. tin) a. now on fteptember I, wardens, as trustees. as heirs e !."1".t, FtCllifiM:
> diner Mis do Meras

(1\,.... TRAVEL BUREAU : f.. .. 4 ..-, '' .r I. "r.u" that after Man "th rer F.retwa S..lsG.eGag e C1... Moiety.

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I ':; '' art of religion and thanksgiving .

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-'.......... .''''' ',J ",.. '.. tt" <''I"" :-wwmNew liturgy Eight The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 21, 1l1

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.,I Make room for the congregation Pope Paul asks for unity

t 0'S,

This artIcle in the series on the new liturgy l is a description However, it was noted that in Dominican Republic

by a pastor of a new form of liturgical! wor. a congregational director was

j. ship High Mass Rung in English There is no general needed to coordinate with the '
VATICAN tin (NO-; "
choir director during the service Pope Paul' M, noting new
for this at in
but certain
)jwmiHHion present |perishes
uncertainties that have !grown in the battle.torn Dominican
the Diocese of St. Augutttine have been designated to
Republic, has asked all factions there to strive for
Ring High Masses In English Father John X Linnehan This .Is especially the case national unity and .

\ writes about High Mass when the choir is located 'In Pope message was peaceThe in public i may enlighten! the

his the balcony. the form of cable leaders. to continue thf'lripn./: .
Rung in English: at par a sent to
erous, loyal efforts the
ish of Most Holy Redeemer Using the Peoples] Mass Archbishop Fmmanuelle: Clar road to
peace that He
Book, the congregation sang mo, the apostolic nuncio in may
Church in Tampa I. ,..wad. Father Jan'fI'mulrl; Mass of the Island republic, who has enkindle the wills of all to

Chaper VI of the Constitution .... John X. Christian Unity." been one of the principal negotiators overcome barriers which divide .
to forge bonds of mutual
The Gloria and the Creed between the warring
the !Sacred Liturgy is entitled Linnehanoath charity and to understandthat

"Sa'rf'dIusic! ," The ; however acre sung by the parties only in peace is it possible
choir from C Alexander Pelo-
Council Fathers state therein IIIf'- Said Pope Paul: to achieve that just
gums "The Mass m English: ,
being( which all desire
that the purpose| of sacred Herman Mratcgiers;: "Our "We have followed! the

music Is "the glory of God parish society meeting Father from the Peoples' events underway In this republic "In expressing these, our

and sanctifiiation of the faithful during that period Mass Hook was sung by the with fearful concern, fatherly feelings. we extendour
formed pleased to receive the first, particular blessing( to all
Mercy Hospital auxiliary of congicgation
(Art. 1U> use that the as a pledge of divine favor.
This meant pansh For the recessional'. the comforting news, and fearful .

Mr*. Roper Barker guest speaker| << ) Austin A Caruso' right, president of sacred music therefore in the organist I using a piano when choir sang the llalleluia because of new uncertainties .
he in
liturgy must perfected not m church ) and director Handel/ !Mes that have ensued Aids school
Chorus from
addressed the first general meeting of the newly formed auxiliary to the hoar with such ele
dame an
are m had to be at
ol present
"In this delicate momentwe
the Women Auxiliary of Mercy Med pital which is now being built, and Mr!!. which nah, Ordinarily, the recessional -
Sated purpose '
purpose these meetings We are fortunate belongs to the feel the grave duly of re ( IMRRinr.E (NC-Rich-)
teal Center in Orlando last Friday. Charles F Callahan, left, vice-presi. In identical to the purpose to have as director. of but on( special congregation ()('U' noising from the depths of ard Cardinal Cushing of Boston

Presiding: on the occasion were Mrs, dent of the liturgy itself sacred music, Sister St Michael : lions the choir I is justified in our spirit the urgent appeal| has given a sum to Harvard

The parishes of this Diocese S.S J, and as organist, rendering( a more elaborate to the beloved sons of that Lmversity' divinity I
have been making every effort Mri Ruth Christian: both of noble Dominican nation to school for a collection of

Auxiliary officers namedto Good Counsel to return sacred music whom lire skilled, enthusiasticand composition Ihe chanting of the Epistle: seek with determination and books for Catholic studies,

to its rightful' place as truly' anxious to promote' the and the Gospel by the Priests with every means to restore Dean Samuel H Miller said
the handmaid of sacred lit sacied music in the parish unity concord and internal the Richard Cardinal Cushing
Orlando fills a subject of discussion
assist Mercy, Camp summer urgy, Since Advent of thu The minority admitting/ the cooperation, so that order, collection will provide a basic
ihuuh >ear most all of. the Before MassIn peace and brotherly understanding body of reference materialson
difficulty of understanding: it.
ORJ.ASIH'rI'Y hoaptal, auxiliary member In with much activity parishes have incorporated felt the '\\oid of God deservedthe may return to inspire Roman Catholicism for

Orange,:: County welcomes another hospital auxiliary, Mrs, the four congirgational' hymns additIOn t to the abovementioned added dignity of the sung a fruitful civic life the Protestant seminary H.

Roger A. Barker told 225 women here at the first general \l:,:-.n. Artpr the first t into' their Sunday Mass telebi sessions! on the Therefore we raise fervent added;: For future ministersand

meeting: of the \Vomcn Auxiliary of Mercy Medical Center low weeks of summer vaca. alums. three Sundav s prior to Easter proclamation Others, however, felt thatit prayers that the Most High, scholars, this will providethe
lion patents often must find the congiegation rehearsedthe through the intercession of necessary opening. ( to an
Mm Austin A. Caruso, founding: )president of the \\ hi'river ,Mlil.IIt'I', emmiragi was mainly unintelligible
chil before Ithe understanding of our brothersin
entertainment for their music I for live minutes (kin lady of Altagracia (
Merry Auxiliary, presented Mis Barker who is district ineiil and a definite king and somewhat distracting "
turn, :Monsignor I George W, all Masses patron of the Dominican Re another faith
director of the east central district of the Association of Cummings has an answer to Ing( program: was carried on, During( all' services! in Lent They mentioned that plain,
the has shown chant n not natural to Eng:
Florida I l Hospital Auxil the first general meeting this search The director of congregation the /parts of the Mass: to be 24 Colored Fetter Stamps

lanes! which was held on May 14 Good Counsel Callp.1'm: I, marled improvement sung bv the congregation( lash and in rendered no way as sonorous Latin ,/ gr gnliqhtmq; the history of
when in the
The guest speaker related The offuen of the Mercy gnor Cummmg: offers chil, Such progress will naturallylead acme pla\ I'd as organ interludes at R, \ 1 Florid 400th Anniversary,

how In I ler experience, such Auxiliary with Mrs. Caruso dun plenty of activity with toward the ideal .s This helped in /petting! tongue '. Price $ I 1.00 includes deter p-
defense of the rendition
work for the sick becomes an president, ate water spoils. riflery, h.indiciafts stated In Article 113: the melodies into the fan' In I ti.. folder with stamps t
it should be out that
act of devotion Mn Charles I-', Callahan, woodcralt, hiking and "Lltul'gll'lIlor llIp !Is given of the panshioners this Is generally pointed believed to I mailing. Writ tOI

Prospective member of the vice pi tside'nt; Mrs James nature study a more noble form when the Florid Pother Stamps
There Is one chapter In the be a problem that the rmisi
Mercy Auxiliary she oun, G, Iconomon recording sec 1o patents he olfcrs the divine offices are celebrated ,
onslitiiliun which put more clans will have to work out P O Bet .ITS
seled, should be dependable, riiary; Mrsilliam TA. assutance that their children solemnly In !song with the asDistance Insistence on the active par along with many otheri Eng: lend 0 lelet. Re,
willing to learn and tolerant tham, corresponding sec re are guided by trained conn of !sacred ministersand "
&tlclnation hv the people thin lush does not lend itself to the
cf others tal'YIn.; : Peter Gill assu semen and are rounded bya the active participation
(hit of ('hipterl entitled"Sacred traditional Church chants at siaa saoiisiaav
Cultivate an understandingof taut lonespcndng secretary: religious atmiisphcie of the pe'ople." :Music' does Latin

patienti said Mis Barker, :Mrs How a id J. Connolly, Good (ounsel Camp his The transition ftom tie The people of this parish GAINESVILLE'S FINEST HOME VALUES

and an understanding of the treasurer; Mil Ray Olech an ideal 'location' Situated on fully participated Low :Mass 1 he ten articles of thil chapter were generally enthusiastic

tensions of the hospital Sr assistant treasurer, and the shores of lake T ala in rnglish: to the High dung() contain no pone than six about their role in the High

staff Know the hospital and founding( members : Mil ,\p"lka, the campers have :Mass is nut a radical one, relennees to it. This might;: Mass In F:nglishAs .

its auxiliary service, she Rurchain, Mrs. Glenn R easy access to all kinds of For (those congregations who lead one to predict the eventual one parishioner candidlyput rc
('ontlnul'dt'} ethical give Pieison Jr.. :Mrs Andrew \ elimination! of church
water IMlrls.| the spacioui\ have been singing( the four It'
the work the dignity: it deserves Senos, Mrs! James AIc: choirs The Constitution does
grounds: give room for childien hymns, and reciting their re .
Formerly we were a captive
and give your un, \I..od.In: Francis F" Held not Intend such.Need HUGH EDWARDS INC.
to play hard sponsei and :Mans pra era to- audience for the soloist ,
rich, Mrs, John F Watson,
divided\'ally to the hospital
.01 gather, all the remote Priest i I and rhoir C*
pirpaiation >ow ware
:Mrs Samuel B lavuenceMrs The woodcraft kessliin In choirsAs
she Mid, and membership be JTUT TWO HUXTtiT. nn"
for the /High !Mans in the .
in on aition and apart
: Asher Peter and Mrs to bnvs between the
comp an act of devotion open ages Jon: hhh has been dunl'11 FATRICKS MRltK JIB SCHOOL
James Caton of eight tllld H. This session a matter of fact, it emphasles of it W* lik. it that
that remains the immediate X. L ltk A?*. A 1H* .*...
The meeting was opened by Serums halrmrn were pre will begin on lime II and the formation of way

Sister/ Theresa I'rani'en S,S.J", tented hv Mm. ('arll u. ('har continue' until July I. pirpaiation choirs. f\rt Il4i and gives it All
hospital' arimlnMrMlor' who a truly !liturgical function\ must shareThis
ler will be
scimpd 1'11'I' forniKlliin of niemherihlp open The camp Is lot'ated lust off Prepare wellAt < \it/ :24)) It is no longer to be
until Ihtober I IHie I. perhaps Is what th.fount.1 .
the .Auxiliary and Its fune- Route 41, between 'Inernest considered a substitute for a
tit,",. placement than'nian. \ and Floral City Hr :Most 'Holy Hedi-emer clerical (choir but a group of Fathers had in mind Amtiing; ne. liquid plastic' cottno vied en *N types( surfaces

Mrs: John r'. Watson invited Information or an application' our immediate preparation the faithful who take over a when they stated in Article Interior endorser, El mmatet; ...iI\9 when eppl"ed en Asphalt

Mrs, Piantlev Buicham those present to make appoinlments innlatt' Monsignor' tummmgst for the High: :Masses' in Eng specific 'liturgical function in 114 of the liMWlitution hat TI., Vinyl; Linoleum, Vinyl Atbettot Hard Weed, end Fvrm.ture .

presented the Auxiliary officers with her, beginning t P 0. Box 5')1, Venice, Itch for the Faster: festivities the liturgical action pastuii of soul must he at Completely elimneret P'I\I'9: when sppled t. Wood

to those attending) the In June, for pimessmg Honda Illicit sent t to this began In Lent AII6. there pains to ensure that whenever Metal, or Concrete surface, The lash' t| *lto recommended
meeting and founding( members of the members hose I in. address should he sent before sic no longerreservations : the sacred action .Is to for beak and. ...Io""obIe., ,
Following( the weekly L 'n about the (()(It'I'ahon -
also sere named, Mem terested in offering their mr June I. Alter June 1. please be celebrated with song the NO COMPETITION
services \\ of in the
on women offlcial
bus of this dedicated, interested vices to the auxiliary may lie 1111 f'SI lotteii' to Monsignor choir \ whole body of the faithful At tII... are ..clue! v. formulas in ..", ."cI by *l bufneitei: ,
Friday the parish \ found
nucleus, it was noted telephone' her In early ummer dimming at dood Counsel' evenings |Is'oPlc the choir may be able to contribute industry and hornet, No frtnch,t* '... M,rxmum investment .
remained for 10 to be
have been planning the for. Two telephones/ were tamp. Hoial (11y, Honda minutesto indispensablein that active: I paitiupation $100 Maximum; invettmtnf $7000. Invntment. <\ tecwred
the the
nation of the auxiliary un suggested : 423 4W: !l or practice Ordinary: puttsof celebrating High Mat' which is rightly theirs ," by inventory, Factory ft. ned pertonnel w,,1 h.lp set up your
der the direction of hospital 4241JoIR.: Oilando' numbers ," "" "" '"" '"" '"' the High :Mans that acre In Fngllnh: ( at Most "Holy Re \nd .. It that the but,nett. For complete dttdlt end det nptiv. litereture writ:
to be sung deems, ()ur choir which appears
authorities, They have been :Mrsalson will/ have the
Priests and choir will .
Subscribe was made of the mihave CHEM-PLASTICS i
up grade PAINT CORP.
at work for three now
it of .
years listing seivue opH| >itum' \ sinillir practice awl school, students to nuke room fir that
was Mid. in preparation for ties,, marie of the prepared the 1121 Lecuit St L.".. I, Me,
"" "" '""" '"" part program of l'ropl'l'I 1 | of the Masses to be other group who are .. will.Ing /

lung, amluu and capable .(

The only way' that the congregation taking their rightful part. .

CAMP SAN PEDRO could bt! brought And again, w* ire remindedby ,
in on these parts of the :Mass the louncil Fathers that AR 'INVESTMENT IN TOUR SOU FOTIBCCROSS

would be! by an antiphonal l n, this is as it should be

CAnp A1K change or mponsonal psalm "'In liturgical celebrationseach

N odv Also this type of paiticipation person, minister or lay j-OC'Y{ {t;;

Catholic Youth Camps could be easily arranged man who has an office to

for the congregation( perform should do all of, but IN NEW OILIANS. LA.
when the choir might takeover only, those parts shah pertain .
/ beautiful Lake Howell// the urging of the Gloria 1 to his office by the natureof A Leading Preparatory School (cur Boy*,

J and Creed the rite and the principles: conducted by the 1 Holy Crc. Brother

I of liturgy (Art MI > Cr.J,. 7.1A both B..di.1 aoJ 0. .
just north of ORLANDO Director a mustThe ,

saiaaa''iI sew was twist o..rwter T.ininc! ...
function of the choir Is
Otnttien Doe.,...)
The aim of Camp San Pedro, at a Catholic Youth Camp, it not also to encourage and supportthe .. Colleg. Pnp+ Coors
s...... .. only, to provide a wholesome outdoor I life but alto at the tame congregation<< in its singIng .e.wy ,
,. ,.-: time, to aititt in the true character formation of each actvty, of the Ordinary of the gllJ a. Suprvi*
t. "'" I that tales place while your ten/daughter is pretent Each Mass the responses and the -I =v \ > Train i..( itt. Fm Art*

\ :eC "' camper b.gi"1 and end, hil/h., day in the pretence of God, Our Father f:ssl1"J-UM"" u-.- C*1 "ConlpJee. Adlktie P.c him.

:,.f .y\' with the Holy Sacrf ce of tfco Matt In the ,morning and B..dc.: J lutooar CVfM
.. .l However. 'II mini be careful.. Fee lfirm.. s.....
\ .' tier of the MOlt etted Sacrament in the .v.ninq. By the ..- wi r w il .. .. .coh'.111.1si1411MOLT
{ a act t.frpelll'r the people, ,....x <--. -.M. r.w
of the the of
tuptrviten countelort, the I. In light
( camper .
I a. MM* / CAOU
v the eiample ef Catholicity at all time. On the staff of Counlelort and thus I. send them back ... -. ..... -_. ... ..... SOU9Lllot
j will be D octten Sem nanant. 'Into I ilf IIrf. II MM S.M ,-,,."n 1 _.. /S. nit DeipH.i St.....
'a ... ., w CM****, U.7W7 ,
} \\ found that when the _.. 5 ..
Aprab pant\r .....".. can.t .
6'1 b ,, I ss Pint Sett on: Boys (II weal) congregation knew what lure ...... ...... .... ..... laset
ill rightful parts, it sang
f \ b\tl U.a.. June lth to July 2nd them with enthusiasm without

U Second Settiont Girl ((2 weett) being midated la the
I : .' least by the choir VN. must

<.I : July 4th to July loth remember too, that the choir
s o being members of the of
il '; .. Third Sen oni Bop ((2 weelt) body
; ---4h' the faithful also has
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e sea. err ass wan division of function and mutual .
/ 1 i cooperation b t .
choir and c\Jl1rl'at; m did
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Nine The Florida CsvtlloIl Friday, May U, 196i

Florida ReportsEau

Gallie Maitland Ormond Beach Orlando

Hours Devotions will At a meeting of the Wom
Miss Elisabeth Chase was
open on Sunday, May 23, at Holy Communion was en's Club held recently, Mrs.
Ascension parish Fathtr received by II children of St Uoyd Rensel president and Installed as president ef the

Martin Power announced The Mary Magdalen parish on Mrs. John Sheehan treasurer, St. James Catholic Womia's
Most Blessed Sacrament will Sunday May 16, at the I,:M were re-elected. New officers Club en May U. Serving with

be exposed for public veneration a m. Mass The processional elected are Mrl. Robert Ko- her for the coming year will

immediately following hymn UI sung by the third pats first I vin-president; be Mrs. Joha Rourk Sr, asvicepresident
the 11:II Mass. It will. remain grade choir under the direction Mrs. John Wachna, recording : ; Mrs. 1W.. f.,
exposed all day Sunday. On of Miss Elisabeth: McKay. secretary\ Mrs. Chirlei Sclo- Arbogast as recording secretary

Sunday evening at 8 o'clock, Father William Stabler line, corresponding secretary: ; Mrs. E. C. Pinel! as
a special homily will be was celebrant of the Mass. and Mrl. Enso Scena publicity corresponding secretary;
preached followed by recitation The cross bearer was Michael chairman. The officer Mrs. Robert Swem as treat*

of the rosary and Benediction Malatetta and other servers will be installed at the annual am; and Mrs. Aiel Anderson .
cf the Most Blessed were Peter Malatesta. Chris luncheon of the Wom as deanery representative. $

Sacrament. On Monday and Robinson and Tod Miller. en's dub, Monday, May 24, 1

Tuesday, the Blessed Sacrament The parish May processionwas noon at the Voyager Motet The group was Installed by

will be exposed until held at 5 p.m at the For reservations see circle Mrs. Chester Katmlermk Friends invited to Orlando house
after Benediction on those church The May court was chairman or phone Mrs president ef the Orlando Central open

evenings at 8 p.m, composed of the following Lloyd Renal, I77-OM6 or Mrs. Deanery of the DCCW,
Faber Vincent E. Smith Invitesthe p.m. in St John Vianney Church claaa of atuJenta who attend Con1fraternity
May we at this time, said eighth grade students-: Veronica Edward Carey, 1774347. ef .Land. Installation fol1 -
to attn d the house at Orlando. Above he la pictured of Christian Doctrine
Father Power exhort our Malatesta, Virginia Cas- Newly elected officers to 1 l.w e d a mother-daughter open .
parishioners to make all necessary sidy. Denise Bunch Debbie the Holy Name Society art Communion breakfast at the en Sunday, May 23 from 2 to 5 showing the altar of sacrifice to a cournes regularly en 8undya.

plant to attend the Axton Dick Meyers, Phillip William Mitchell president; Cherry Pi.... Mrs. Kasmler- -- -
Forty Hours Devotions Ley Robert St. Lawrence J. Herbert Benin first vice- coat Invited Club members

At the May 11 meeting of Jaeb.Paul Mioducki and Jerry president; Ray m sad Bou to plan their activities! aroundthe Leadership day held Coming eventsConcert .
chard second vice-preiident; diocesan Council's theme!
Ascension Catholic Women'sGuild
held at Holy Name of The program doted with Charles ScioUne treasurer; "Four Centuries ., Faith" as presented by Melbourne log of boats, May 10. Port
Jesus parish hall Mrs. Doris Benediction of the Most William Maroney, secretary; St Augustine prepares to celebrate by Daughters, Brandon Central Catholic High Orange Causeway, starting at

Hsxelton addressed the wom Blessed Sacrament Frank Stoothoff arrgtant alarms Its quadricentennlal School, May 21, 1 p m. at Melbourne 1 p m.I i Chicken diu"
en. Mrs. Haielton is past Father Hubert J Reason ; Uoyd Rertsel, !, Matthew Mrs Kasmlerciak was accompanied TAMPA -The second: bit'lInlallt..dt'l'thlr Institute of Civic Auditorium, Hibiscus served from 1 to I p oe..

president of the Toastrms- pastor will present Father Queenan and Joseph. McQuil by her mother the Florida State Court, Catholic Daughter of America Boulevard, Melbourne Church of the Epiphany, ipon.

tress Club of Cocoa Beach a Stabler at a parish receptionon lan delegates. The officers Mrs Harris, and her daughter was held at the Shaw-Taw Motel, Brandon, on May 16 "Spring frolic Msy 22, beginning nor
member of the Wet Eau Sunday, May 33 from 3 to will be installed at the I a m. PrlaciUa to the breakfastand Court IJttle Flower No. at I 30 pm. Shaw- Day of recollection lee'

Gallic Civic Association anda S p.m. In the school lunchroom Mass en Holy Name Sunday, Mass.Mars 1915 of Tampa was the Invocation by Father McHugh. Taw Inn, Rrandon, dinner, women, June I. 9 a.m. to 4
Red Cross mother advisor. Everyone in the par. June 13. Chase, a graduate of with Mrs Marie Colee dancing, Home and School p m, St. Brendan Church
Included at the monthly Uh is invited to attend. The cancer dressing groupIs Radcliffe College and the Unl- hostess court."athern.ddeu.. presiding (The Florida Catholic Association and Vomen's Club Ormond Beach, conducted by

meeting was. a display of May U is women's Communion having the annual picnic venally of Boston, was con: McHugh of youth pats: will soon of Nativity parish sponsors Father Neil A. Sager and Father
band knitted articles presented Sunday, All women Monday, May 1at Tomoka gratulated by the Club's spiritual Brandon's Church of the Nativity rover the report by the state Alumni day, St. Augustine, Joseph F. Daley,

by the seventh grade students and girls of the parish are Park. director: Monsignor\ Terence celebrated lam. Mass chairman for .education Mrs. St. Joseph Academy, May 23, Theater" party "Sound ef
at Ascension School urged to receive Communion Rnellai Park J. Farrelly and Deanery to open the day. Mrs. Alice Gertrude (laugh, on the winners Mass at I a m, at Cathedral Music, June I, Our Lady ef.

As this was the last formal at the I 30 a m. M.... vice president, Mrs Gene a. Schelde of St. Petersburg of the state poetry contest Lyceum. Lourdes parish Dunedin A}
business SACRED HEART McNulty. state regent, presided Mrs. .) CCD open house, May 23, 2 tar Society sponsor.
meeting until
September Election of
was Sacred Heart parish Guild m. to S m, St. John \'tan- Parish picnic, June It,
of p
Ellen p
Mrs. James McLeod retie Karen grand regent' Father Howard T this
a calendar ef futureevents held at a recent meeting of ,
installed In the liar'hot
officers were Phlllippe' Park Safety
OrlandoForty !
was shown. Included the St I n g president commendedher the hostesses welcomed' members A B., aPrteaUfSteubenulle, ney
Mary Magdalm Holy church on May 12 by Mrs !Hours Devotions, Our Lady .f Lourdes
therein was the June II Name Society, Those electedfor chairmen on a successfulyear from all Florida Ohio at Holy Name Parish. Dunedln.
Mary Doyle, past president 11 parish
May M. to
a m. May 25,1
spring dance to be held at the earning year were: of St Jude Guild The gavel Mrs Irene\ McCullough, Gulf pott, gave an address p m, Ascension Church Eau Retreat for woman June
the Ramada Inn. Cocoa William Joyce president; was turned ever to Mrs Mary Notable achievements werea put state regent gave the H. stressed the fact that each Gallie. IS to U, Academy at Holy

Beach; a Retreat; the No- Richard Moon( vice president; Lyons Sperry by Mrs. Emily revision ef the constitutionand response. State chairmen reporting Catholic Daughter Is a leaderIn Dessert card party, May Names Tampa.

umber bazaar, and the February Charles Cattaneo, secretary; Mooney at the dinner held in byIs.by Mrs. Brantley during the morning that she projects the imageof !: 25, 7:30: pm.. Our Lady of
Mardi Gras. Thomas Moran treasurer; Park Lake Cafeteria Burcham and Mrs W S. session were. : Mrs. Delia I'. Catholic: women for all to Lourdes hall Dunedin Dedication! .f tewerlnffrets
parish .
and James Lucia, sergeant at Father Smith; purchase" ef three res, leadership; Mrs Mary see. September 1. Mission
Guest speaker was
MttS K of C
spon of Nombre d. Plos St.
Benson share the Faith and -
arms Installation of officers Michael V, Gannon directorof bookcases for a parish library Exemplification: of the ritual son
ORLANDOWINTER will be held at the IM a m. the Mission 01 Nombre de by Mrl. Asher Peter; Mrs. Josephine Lewis vocatlons. work of the OH was presented
Mass on June 14 Dlos, St. Augustine, who addressed formation ef two study clubs A panel discussion on by a special' tram Dedication May 27, I p m, Dedication of Cathedral of
St. December I.
PARKFAIRVIEW the women, .. the by Mrs. E. C. Pine:; training book officers/ was conductedby composed of the members of Holy Name School rulfport. Eucharistic, St.

Brandon trials ef the early Mission and of Girl Scouts la altar care Mrs with Charlene Mrs Elenore Cunningham the St. Petersburg arts Rummage salt" May 21 and Augustine, February Congress 20,,1M*.,
Courts.A .
the ef its by Mrs. Robert Swem which wagner 211
present Transfiguration
progress parish social Dedication' ef Votive I
NATIVITYThe and Mrs. W '
restoration. earns for them the Marian Kathryi >nneas report and some timely hall, St. Petersburg, Church Mission of Nornbre

CU.n.ri & Laundry Home and School Association Award; a day of recollectionfor panelists.Luncheon reminders en publicity were Women's Guild, sponsor de Dlos, St Augustine, April
together with the all the women ef the parish began with th given by Nri. Col.., Memorial service and bless IT, 1W!

.pe"d.ti:7b.e; Care Catholic Women's dub are Obituary ; very active committees" .. ... .
*... I. A. Mvttr4IIS annual working with Catholic Charities -f --.... 't' ,
sponsoring an .prUI,
....., Orlene'e De aM. George GaOagker it.
.. .. ..
frolt( at the Sliaw-Taw Inn ORLANDO-A Mail ef tMAIIII and 0 very successful annual .. "'.. 1 vnvd ;I f fit .
on May 21 The event will begin Easter coffee planned by I' '1._
celebrated last
at I:30 p m. with I smorgasbord was Mrs T, J. Qulaby at the home ." ,.'11 ., ,,,1 \' ...
BILL BARDOE dinner served from Monday far Donald George ef Mrs. 0. R. Flosses Jr, ...
Gallagher Jr.. I. whe died
fOlD FACTORY DEALIR 7 to I p m. Dancing win startat May 11. MonslgiMT Charles It. Elisabeth Guild ef It. ,
1 o'clock. Tickets !be
may A. Bartok pastor ef St. James Church win held their
SAVE ON YOUR obtained by contacting Gene
Charles Church was the celebrant installation dinner en Tuesday
CAR DEAL Busche at lIt262l
May 21 at T p m. at t the '
". u .nn Plasa Hotel. Officers ""
"J.y K Wrtt fie....." Tt* eaM.. was tIN ... ., L a
to be Installed art: Mrs.
W. H..IO
Mr. sad Mn. DeeaM G. Gal.lagker
.'.'. ...... COLLEGE PARK Robert RewelL president; t"''
i" ( IIT West ralrteakiAmee 'A er.w all. .
FLORISTWXTKfNl Mrs Virginia Thurman, vice-
M.w, Witter Pert.
St. Charts n..... an wine. president; Mrs William
Lmh DIN a........ cc ciii He Is also survived! by a O'Connor, treasurer.: Mrs.
....... ... as NN
brother' James; siiUr, Kath John ItanganeUe, recording
l teen; and material grandmother secretary<< Mrs Robert JarreD -

Mrs Marie. A. Dutx*. rerreipMtdlng seer. .
Burial took place at Reed tary Mrs Prank Flynn
lawn Memorial Park ta Or- deanery representative. Dr. "

lande. Louis Murray will be runt _
speaker, AH members of the
FAINT WAIL .PAW parish are Invited For reservation St.
Gary's Duck Inn can: Miss Lucy Andrew School expands in Orlando
.". re a ealiL r.. cue Smith GA M44T or Mrs. An addition of eight clauronma, P ) ..
h..a liar... a.s Archbishop Joseph Hurley IBM. celebrated the )J. Preetoaj
...... ...r artweaaepa. Robert Farren OA I3JMST left, brings to 19 the number rat( blessed! the pew wing. Father Wll. Blond flitter who staff th. online)

... .a .... ,. ANOUW eUatrooma used by the student Ham O. Neldfrt c.rr. first reel rime when It was two yean VJ
sate Sw ... ... a...
The Ladies Guild ., St. attending Andrew School of OrUndo. dent pastor of the pariah", who and the principal la Sister. Msry

m f O Andrew perish presented a On Wednesday of this week, came to Rt. Andrew's en July 23, Angelina CPPS.

Herman, J. HeMrfchit ; benefit show ee May 12
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Sent Among the participants In UA IANTUO" SPRAY SIIVICI
the show were Mrs. K.bertZu".alt. Student ,IectedIIr.LMONT SOD ANNUALS SHftUIIIRYFCRTIIIZI
7707 .. .. ..
-- ., Mrs. Joseph De- and GARDEN SUPPLIES
Nerta Carolina WALTER MINOF4C1
N r. fwr w..M .
IISAIIS $100.00 Dei. rasa.. .u. raesectePw.I and vine,Mrs.Mrs Pat Louis fcheferitetn.KWC Muglach. U the election of student .i l.r Te MTk .. JAW LANDSCAPING & NURSERY
leaders held recently on\ the Plead U Mse'a WierIM
campus of Belmont Abbey 1(. OltASCI UK.A. .
re Iw is"srdAs College, Joseph Patrick lacher .... turn It. .I....
OXLAtTDO'S.. 'Z"'U'.1 TWltT me.Yw c.a AH..4 Knight ef Columbus ceuntUs was elected trtasurcr .fUe C..t.1. fl.'i.'I. Only'
a ... .... ." ...... ,... htIta.... ef district five and theirfamW.e Student Government

'-- .... .......... .. III IIUrXOUTltlNft will receive Holy. He Is the son of Mr and FUNERAL HOME
c......... 2 lt/S| .. a..eeA.e.4AH7I Cemmunie at It. J.ha Vlaes Mrs J L. Laerer of e* 32nd
C h r If'p..1z.J I ) >ey Churta, .. May 30 at the street Iradcntofl. AQUINO'SSIIVINft Our al.: li .. .." icy* .U ..'.. f..*ii Ii.; t el, th;. .... with ....

1 e.... Mess. The Intentions THE sane u.e, eei".4..y a..J eeaodv.e'ei. : ,.,.,41".. ef /ttA..

ef this memorial Mass win be FINEST ITALIAN FOODS ..", leI: .i',,......,,. is ren ha.e fez, "...*., ye.' bell .w
....1... nor ........ for the deceased chaplainsand Gets degree .
OINNUS MOM u"', kcs! en lU l 1..10...

H UWnCOII1KTUi4IPIATlNti CO. fares members Since the'ef Cemmualee the armed; Michele"'I. ONA.Kohl MI.-t.fJl.daughter )ofMr 4M ,..... U 1100 ,..... I. F..,.I G.,04. L...., Heeeval.. ; Jr. '....., F. May

p1 ,... 1-....'". tttlr will be the last event ef Ue sM Mrs Cement Kohl LOUN Ino
e a1aN.1... "'. rrPs. .... .-. ..- s.. nitHII4M fiscal year, aQ brother Orte.de A"1 WP.
C.w. H3IIpr1r
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knights are urges to attend.. H..IM2 Ml 7 4100
Petersburg, will rereite a THOMSON & McKINNONIN
bachelor ef tente degree \Hi
I* EM O>W. Sw\4i.c.-; wa...se...., Haw nursing" at the May. 23 commencement ORLANDO SINCE itJ4

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DEMETREE BUILDERS "iMlla.'| Minntfrta Miss Kohl as err Pee Mw ..4 ..10., p.lsapal *..10..f.l
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: growing bank Mi: .....
o Healthy Individual Fried Chicken Dinner $ 1.00

Bodies ; Bucket O'Cnieien $3.95
aunt awn at. James RAY-MEARS JEWELERS
Flirt Dinner $1.00

F. .1 Y.... Guiranttt To Save You Up To 25'/, Shrimp Dinner $1.15
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, May: 21,1965'

4; Graduation

Is press infiltrated ? scheduleto


Archbishop says No
esan school that will lead off

the commencement w eeks

(r.nt/.H 'r... p... one. understand that what they becomes necessary for our Archbishop Joseph P Hurler

cliche are mouthed even by are doing is harming the Catholic homes and our Catholic Is scheduled to preside at the
Church. It Is written "Strikethe schools to redouble their .a 13th annual graduation trre-
the Illiterate
shepherd, and the flock endeavors to promote an understanding monies in Bishop Kenny Ilich
All these and more militate will be dispersed," of vocations. We School gymnasium at 8 p.m.
against( the interior 1 life I now have to overcome an opposition rI on June 1.
against prayer which is essential Fifth column? within our own ranks Private school graduation
for the quest of God All which we did not know before e ,
ceremonies scheduled or
these militate against purityof I propose to them, also that All of us must In charity to that date have been pr an.
mind and heart and purity they tell the truth. It is not pray that our anticlerical nounced in Tampa Academyof

of purpose The clean of mind true that the parish Priest has journalists may come to realize the Holy Names will hold
and heart see God an inferior education; In. the harm they are doing exercises
at the school at 8
All this Is true but it has always ferior, as was said by a Catholic the Church, and will leave p.m. on May 23; and Jesuit
to a degree been true professor recently to off the uncatholic practice of High School will graduate

And it has always! been true any college graduate with an sniping at Priests. seniors at 8 p.m., May 26 at
that the enemy of the Faith A B. degree, It is not true, Ij the school
The Pope" calls the" j
has ah\ava made the Priest as was said by another mis upon
Catholic orld to give Its best
his first target.Clergy guided publicist, that the"par.. son to the Priesthood The !,c ::. --t: j
ish Priest is merely a mechanic stampLISBON
of the world echo this
vilifiedBut of the sacraments" Bishops K of C convention's Mass
Hundreds receive at
The truth is that each appeal (SC) The Ann

there is something else Priest, after finishing his fine us," they say "the Father James F. Gloekler, seat of Columbus. He Is state chaplain Communion rail to receive Father angel: on Gabriel a commemorative will be featured .
and I convincedthat college course must spend
todav moral fulcrum of the Priest.
it plays an important role four additional years in spe hood and we can lift the ed right, celebrated: Mass in St of the organization. The peopleat %v. Thomas Larkin, standing left postage stamp to be used in
Paul Church Beach for Mass remarked that the homily. Portuguese colonies to mark
In discouraging our Catholic clalizcd study and training world back to the heights of Daytona : gave
youth from aspiring to the before he is ordained a Priest, Christian Faith and of Chris the state convention of the Knights everyone in church approached the the first centenary of the International .

Priesthood. It is a phenomenon usually at the age of 25 years. tian living,IIAvoid union of telecommunications .

of recent here in .
years .
The truth Is that large mim

America There Is a coterie of Catholic are ben to of be our found parish In the Priests best exfrbySuprem mism/ /K of C told Erio-born Priest Pontiff saysa each personof

writers, publishing their graduate( schools and unlvrr
articles in a few Catholic pa cities of America and of the named Bishop
pert, who specialize in vilifying continent e Knight McDevitt living part
Priests It has become ap \\SIflSGTtI (NC-Pope)

parent recently that there Is The truth will] also compel 'lintlntird from p.t. .''0') society plays in International Nombre de Dies in St. Augus Paul VI has named Monslgnor VATICAN CITY (NC) > Paul VI asked each of

< campaign on among them these acrid critics to appraise we were privileged' to do on life. You have made that pos. tine his (nt stop in Floridaon Alfred M\ Walson'Irar' genera the participant in his repil ar weekly audience to "leave

against Priests I suggest! honestly the extraordinary your behalf Your society was sible You will continue to his way to the state convention of the diocese of Erie and with the renewed convictio:11 that he is a living part of
that these journalists and publishers amount of time our Priests privileged to underwrite the do soMe. south of the Oldest rector of the Cathedral of St. the Church and must cool tribute with his fervor and
are In part responsiblefor dedicate to their people entire cost of a publication City, Peter, to be titular Bishop of
the recent dearth of voca In our Diocese almost half superbly produced and aimedat are going to carry on Nations: and auxiliary to virtue to its construction, taking it rise to new heights
He also
been Priests five In the light of the new climate : Mark Can and new expressions! of its
tions It has even suggested : of our spend or presenting/ Catholic education Archbishop John Is .
"In our national convention yea compose a living reflection
( that the methods used six hours a day in schoolwork to the American people which our Bishops I and our one of the greatest joys that mm Bishop of Erie. Vitality and excellence" of the Image" he

by these gentlemen( are so and thin return to their in a straightforward: understandable Priests" are going( to give to is expressed by our hierarchyand The appointment was announced Referring to a passage In said 'For are you not the
those used against for evening of In. and us St Pauls to the
similar to parishes an attractive here Wednesday Epistle
our Priests is the generous Church of (Christ .
the Church in Russia, in Poland struction and counselling, of work. In his address, he referredto representation on the by Archbishop Feldio; \'agnozil Fphesians where he' compares

in France and elsewhere prayer and study. "It is a booklet! railed The his appreciation to Floridians pact of our wives and our Apostolic Delegate in the the Church to the edifice This Image of the Chui, h,
on the continent, that Most of our Priests have at Human Purpose of Catholic for their great hospital! families That Is evident at United StatesBishopelect. of which Christ Is the like a temple. like the houseof

some at least of the new breedof least two assignments, some duration; ty which began:: from the moment this great( convention here in Watson was cornerstone (Fph 2, 1971)) God can lead us to mudl

anti-clericals have a subversive of them three I am unhappyto Under the direction of the that State (Deputy John Honda There Is no better! born In Erie. July 11, 1907 Pope Paul said the Image! meditation on Its unity, loli I Idarity
Inspiration I myself admit that I am the chief National Catholic Welfare DeNito and State Chaplain tone or climate established ata His parents are dead has "concrete and symbolic and sanctity But 'and

doubt that our Catholic press of a numerous chapter of the Conference he said the K of Father James .'. Gloekler met state or a national convention He attended St. Mary's representation of Its own" In this is an exhortation we address .
has been infiltrated, althoughno Moonlighters of America. subsidized him have Baltimore and the basilica of St Peter" where to ) the simile"
C the printing of at the airport In Jacksonville than to it graced by Seminary you of a
has cleared the The work load of out other
one yet up 300,(XX) copies of that dorument the presence of our wives and was ordained by Archbishop they were gathered on May construction might make us
of the espousal of Priests Is also extraordinarily
mystery The Supreme knight The Supreme Knight made our sweethearts and our children Gannon in Erie on May 10, 12 believe that the design of
News Service No would allowit
Castro our union
by heavy
said: It has been tremendous his visit to the Mission! of ." 1934 "Thistry assembly which God consists only in static
for double for
But the methods adopted by overtime even pay ly received throughout the quality, ImmobiLtr. passiveness -

a minority of our Journalistsand countryeofferthistreatise of the element which
publicists have a suspl Attend to factsThose on the parochial schools as r ':,aw compose the Church:

clone ring to them. ar. outward sign of many such "This Is lit- but It Is not

know flesh and anti-clericals) who are projects In which you have al ,. + all! These" elements are alive1
I used to 1!
mind basically Catholic should at. ways been engaged Pa They are souls'' And the edl
blood communists My
We resent the tag obsoles
instinctively reverts to those tend to these facts They are face Itself is always under
experiences when I see some doing serious damage to the cent when applied to our construction: It "1'1 always'

of the same" manifestationshere one cause that is eternally Catholic advertising program, r "Mt f vrw Ql grow until the last day cf
he continued
; when I catch again a necessary<< for the continuityof ) human history"ST.
"If any feature of our order
fleeting/ glimpse( of the communist the Church. exudes the spirit of Pop l

face or hear again/ In addition to confusing John, the Catholic advertisIng .

the characteristic intonation Catholics\ generally( the program does. It has beenIn AUGUSTINE
communist voice in a
of the
l'rle.t.baltl'rI are dlscour existence for 17 >ears
few of our Catholic papers aging many of our young( people \oiir society was a pioneer
I am not convinced of a from entering the 1'rlest- in all of the social reforms

journalistic Fifth Column as hood I should not care to which today ar considered the MCDONALD'SDRUG
has been suggested Hut I do have such 1 responsibility on newly found projects of certain
hope that the dupes, the gul my conscience groups. Over five million Dedication set at Holy Name School GulfportOn

table ones among us, would souls requested information STORE
leave off maligning Priests I Because of these concerted from our Catholic ad May 27, Archbishop Joseph Frank Goodman has extended an Ma s will be offered following the

do hope that they will try to attacks on the Priesthood, it vertisine" T Hurley will dedicate Holy Name invitation to friend of hlA pariAh dedication.

Said !Mr McDevitt( : School In Gulfport, shove Father to attend the evening ceremonies 47 King Street

Father asks Jesuitsto "We try In prayerful real
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Holy to form ourselves In the Image ST. AUGUSTINEVA
I that the Constitution of

fight against atheism our Church asks of you and : ':. 1 Calvary Cemetery scene of 4.1687Budgeting7
me No one can acme us of
diversionary tactics It Is our I. Memorial Mass 30
VATICAN CITY (NC) Pope Paul has called upon purpose to build not to teardown Y .. Day May
the Society of Jesus, whose distinguished mark Is the The fellowship of J 1l, ,
defense of the Church and holy religion In moments of Christ the brotherhood of *>T. rtrtJt..nrHli Father \\'illiara Cony diocesan

greatest peril," to bend its best energies toward com men ran never become obsolescent O director of cemeteries, announces that the annual Memo
modern atheism. ." rial Day MMS will take place at Calvary Cemetery Pun-
company which does not !Mr McDevitt( concluded: day. May :30 at :5 clock' in the afternoon The cemetery
I e the order of the
"Christ Himself told us that
U.S. 19 amifcSth
:! In the structure of the \lhl'no( or more gather( In 1s located on bluish grey' marble from \erilia .

I << Is like a discordant His Name He" Is among them Street North just ( Italy. THOMPSON
' In a mphony of Instru And the great development in I IJ north of Pinellas Park The' staftMi and back
: and voicesour ." group understanding In Brand shed M a pedestal of
I' American society to which the Each year HIM day Is set poluhH white RavaccmnemarMe BAILEY

new picpositor gen: Knights of Columbus have so aside\" as a special' day on which If Mnromta St. Asquahe. VA 4.r',
l will work with diligent: so vitally contributed might I which all those the ..n tod b> a planter veneered with I Ca h.drel Placer

concert to assure may not that emit your a well he taken by all of us, by their cwmtry so welt are remembered Orlaafe Checkmate. mar

that is out of tune but everybody in America. as a Calvary" Cane. MeKr
guidepost: on the road to the : ikrfcw U set In the
rather be a choral hymn tary has tfes anneal. service
modern moral role that our renter ef a CNMhaped walk
t ulshing itself for its It j net early for veterans but also *.,. .{ It..... stone and
: and fervor of faith for aU these who are buried flanked hy bench for tM

all constantly In Its "...., who wfeh to ,.... for a few
be wary In thinking Father carry eitewt an -.. i !

(, writing and acting Invitation to all mwieats of 111S
clothe themselves owl Memorial eke.
they ; On. _
the Florida west
the spirit of the world the. ".h.. died i h, drfriu. *fear
Mrii the
w cemetery serve toparticipate
they allow themselves to In this special nation. are rtprriaHv re- .
away by every memhrrH the special .,,,.
service for all the faithful departed
of thought or by exres- Ire. whlth this sear will I take
indulgence in their own pUre ee <.Itd<*, Iflrn-..
or in the novelties 'iE ; I pun vLvltlm the cemetery .has. always bro.ght together

I i r"A day," : : j .** w 111 see the shrine .f the Urge Mmbrrs If .pr.p4e.
on the Immi fsardlas angel fr the Infantsertloa. .
r T'I The. Kraxrt of veterans Use Our Low
threat of modern athe net the isle.sebrines I Cost
Pope Paul distinguished .( M. Joseph and the ages flat >ear will, be tfrraW Checking Plan

the atheism of those I4 II I I PkM" ..f'd'Iftt... whkk ante with American flatsPONTIAC

assert on the basis of beea erertetf.Thee .
doctrines that 1" Yen lie !I.... *.* etc*.

does exist cannot .. sltrteet are createdby
not or --_
v rase ret.*J .f
.r .:t..,; Janes J Orlando of the yw
: ..
"n. s a./ r..
., \.. It .., ) .. Orlando C.rp re4iM ft Clearwater '"'9 .*J'..w y l leap H
he acid Is .
atheism ... BANTA EROS
by those who place ... .. . .. The hn state. erred r- hod/e ..jilt; e 101I'

,. value In pleasure who" i. ': fl' : the ........ .r........ 1\tm. St. Aogi6se.EUGENE ; :1epz. ek.ck.1; .ce..t IJ9't
all rrliKliiu worship' be
manual at Carrara. ltal> are ,,
,- they regard It as super '
of white
careers marble.
... .
.. .
useless and tiresome
from the ahUasiiM quarries L BARNES
and serve the Cre : -, where MieheUBelo( obtained & SON
and bey His laws I his material for hnfamttM
live without faith In .. ; Pieta and statue of
U ; slice'
| w ithout hope and I w "ttv' ... ,- .. Most. T h e are pia, r Calvary Cemetery b.vdl'ho ....r.... a haul Eae.bAsh.d tits