The Florida Catholic
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 Material Information
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 28, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
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ST. AlTil'STlNE Department of Education officials !. ( < I

I of the Diocese of St. Augustine have announced the 1I I 1 l
graduation schedule that begins next week. I
Three diocesan high schools will present/ seniors for )

high school diplomas for the first time The June gradu. < -. .
ation "firsts" will be marked by Tampa Catholic High

School, Melbourne Central Catholic High School and < _______
Notre Dame Academy in St Petersburg.All .
the commencement ceremonies will begin at 8 p.m. i

Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley will award diplomas to :
graduating seniors of eight of the dioct'Rlhigh schools.
He will\ preside at the following !. I
on Tuesday. June 1.
programs: Monsignor: William J. Mul-
Bishop Kenny High School, hilly P A.. dean of the Central
in the school's gymnasium inJacksonville deanery at Central Catholic
June 1. High School Melbourne, I ;
Father Lope High: School. on June 2Montignor. !
In St. Brendan Church at Or- John J Mullini. I
mond Beach, June 2. dean of the West Coast deanery n l
Bishop Moore High School at Santa F* High School h
In St James Church In Orlando .
June 3. Mission task
Catholic edi
Tampa Catholic High
School at Christ the King d. Robert Trlwo| Archbishop Ror
Church In Tampa. June .. hope for dec at ley; Monsignor James J. Realta,
Buhop Barry High School : are, president of the Foundation Jack
and Notre Dam Academy, MAITI..'\ f) A new ad St. aonrilla Beach; Mrs. Arthur Nel-
In St. Jude Church at St. Petersburg. School here was dedicated :: ( ; and son, St. Petersburg. ; and Father.
June (. Joseph P. Hurley. The buildirooms Father David Page, Port Orange.

School Central, in St.Catholic Cecelia Church High for the pariah.Archbishop / stainless ittt I highlights ef the retlorstloa

at Clear*ater. June 7. Hurley told be erected. program sow anderway.

Cardinal Mooney High the ceremonies that Catholic Cannon alo M I. The architect oa the r.
School. Sarasota in the Church country and world "" on construe'. ttoratlon project, 0.org* W
Church of the Epiphany at today. unusual votlvi.e Slick I. of St. Auguttln, at-
Venice June I. He said I will feature ai'n tilted Monilgnor Burnt In

The prelates wK. will award Me are In an era when answering questions about
the Ten Commandments are ( the glgantl peoject.In .
diplomat I* other graduates hen( toured Ih t
scoffed at In meatiot.'v'U I / <<
nlll preside, at fllowit practice | i l 01 St. Au uilliv. hit address< I* the Catholic
The Ten Commandment are
lay leaders ArchhlahopHurley
,"" John r
Monsignor Patrick R Nolan pane This hat been called d referred to the Mil
S.TD., dean of the St. the postChrlitian era pastor, eiplalnei lion of Nombr de Diet at the
AuguitiiM deanery, at St. Joseph It Is '-1y"' the Catholic -T.-. -.....,-- "f eon tain l of supernatural
Academy St Auguittne, school at every level the '" ---1 youth."

Father Higgins t Spread history

Inulng hit call for .In-
) 'i creased and *ipan by th. Foundation, the
to make summer Archbishop urged members
to follow the etampl of the
| missionaries who landed with
TAMPA WestCW l,<\ux'n will begin six retreata th* conquliti'lori and wbepread
on conaerutne weekends, .t t I sit i ng June 4,8. at St. Leo'e << th* word of Christianity
Abbey The retreats for w"i"n begin later In June and and etvtltritinn.Mak .
the schedule for both corers July AU reservations should this place and Ml
be made through local story the bit known In all
week by Father .LawreexeHlggMt. ( America becsui this It the
parish retreat chairmen.Pnerti dwceaan director of plane where our aatlea I
of the Congregationof reireatt I begin, U years before. thePllgrtmi
the Passion, the Society. o( Father Higgins iplrHml dl.rerlnr landed on Plymouth
Jews and the Hedemptorlit ,. before the
.f theymt.'. Helre Hock, 4'Iu
Congregation will conduct the
.l AtMclail.ii, I I. I letmembrri English settled Jamestown
retreats both for the men at centuries
and than toe
*l the laity<< a the
St. 1.1'0"' and for the women f before the Americas Froltlnei ..
Ka: 'l lead and I. Nrtb
at Melt Name Priory la San ," the Archbishop nrgtd.
AntonioParish. Florida !I. direct iMr .1'"-
tlmiii. !I. (the following addresses '.".1. I. the pieta where"
( chairmen ef the !
tine there are B. thatch and elate bgaa and
retreat organitatxm year schedilH retreats la th.ve where they meet la Irlead-
are bated la this Utu Men
area this year ; ship," h* IIld."Wh.nev.r .
Interested In making a r.
treat should seek the Information North FtoHda and Ea.t i 1 ge thereMliilon
from the chairmen of Cold men may writ to the < ef Nombr de
their sectxmt' of the .ta".. eiecutiv teranr ef retrettt ; ptil. the Archbishop said
Turn 10 the neat pate for Infer r 0 Rot tell StPeteribjrg : "and I've been going there/
matiea furnished this! list 't. :: ; celebration of for some time now 1 anfllltd
th. eelebra. I I with eonirloiiincit,
with gritnii' I feel a great
pariah Iliac
e ; pt..1.l the pet I feel I am entering,
| / lotus torn sort of r.1aUiI.ltlp' .
of the St with great men who wire
n.y: mea of vision and rourag. I
feel at or* with th* conquer
on of CMM and Shield. the
nxwjuliti'V of Cod and
i at country I fat at one wttn
our glorious America, our
glortoui" Catheltf I t bginuigi )

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'"Th Ie Au(u,tir"* Funi -
dia.i ml only a name It
...... ('ardlut !lh. II sal ealy that you met
i ,..." hire sire a yr for the past
two yearn I NV v"u have
: ... Catholic tour-- ,.,.... I "hope nut you h4v0tiuty.
t *.*... "... add and thai purpose I
lard. ef raoiiid ob-
| aid that eV t.nv are ralidi
"" the avweentotiMi. ) the course of IN coming
_It"w.* ca es
pascal press
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giu44 ay certaui Assignment
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Monsignor Burns shows ; .* totals may be "1 thtak your flat purpose
\ ..... the Ma ef it to f'II' II. tilt Million\
A fclgfeligkt! : : ef t>e arjijal rrtbrfir tnr of the *V5e'* .... areas Among known
the at A' ,x ? F ,-.If -. was a P ACS Jt' "- I i 1 a .*.. of rover M iii known the gorlt!
v St t.'. '. IJ *.* ef hwsory a ,,l H.rwl4i bfoltlnnlnl', beginn '
tour "r the fX' .t !-al\ f A'JI" -* ".r ar. ; .
I: rnynssilllty n stitch .are great lot
where memb rt were given a firitbar.d Augustus. A.. st' ; of |
*e4 rp.t.ot ut In a himC when w* nd to
view (J restoration pngma. laUre lira to tn the W )IetIe. sad b* patriots' ,, when we ned
ted hi the great peujrct are from( way to th* Uno, t to ir.. >I that beautiful word
left Frank Tstsone and rWt.rt lfMotr\ ,' I -U t : / Cardinal found icTRtTH pair m' from the obloquy
vtharn of ?t. Paul a. JtrkamvilleP oust FouadaUoo t HISTORICAL back
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Two The Florida Catholic, Friday May 28, ISfi
Memorial Day

loridaRepojvs.. services set !\ Holy Name BannerIT

Maitland St. PetersburgHOLY this.Sunday WAS a stimulating experience


Graduates of all senior The Sunday Mass schedulefor William G. Corry diocesan the St Augustine Foundation 15' James J.

high schools, who are members Holy Family parish has director of cemeteries meeting on Sunday May 23 McAuliffiDlocesai
of St. Mary Magdalen been changed for the summer announced this week that Father This cradle of Christianity In
parish are invited to attend months to 8, 8:30 and 11 a,m. William J. Weinheimer been '.
has always
the 8:30: Mass, Sunday June of St Raphael parish will be America 4
6, and the Communion break CDA the celebrant of the annual awe.inspiring to me. probably President
fast following to be held in Members of Catholic Memorial Day Mass at Calvary the more so because I --1LNS

the school Those planning to Daughters of America Court Cemetery. Father Edward was educated in the Northeast

attend may make reservations Sancta Maria will Install officers A. Kirby of Immaculate .
by calling Mrs. Carl you have children. The bes
Conception parish will give
Warren at 644-6744. Thursday. June 10 at the homily. r r rIh I was taught the beginningsof reasons I can give are the
St Mary Magdalen Catholic 5:30: p,m. at the CDA Hall, 263 civilization in America following words of Archblsh

Women's Guild held Its 6th Avenue South, St. Peters The annual Memorial Day ...1 were at Plymouth Rock in ou Joseph P. Hurley:
installation luncheon on May burg. Members will attend st'1Ice will be held this year 1620. While I learned betteron "In general American'
16 in the Villa Nova Restau at I p.m. Sunday May 30, at at Memorial services
the banquet at the WedgwoodInn Sing Day my first visit many years know American history-al
the which Is located
rant. Mrs. John Barhydt retiring at 6:30 p.m., honoring: Cemetery ago, I continue to be awed but the first chapter. Ameri
president, received an on U. S. If and S8th Part of the 60 voice Glee Club of service at this Sun
slate] of officers for 1965-1966 Calvary Cemetery by the Mission of Nombre de ca's beginnings _are Catholic
NCCW pin with gavel from Mrs Amos Sulzback grand Pinellas Street North Park. Just north of Notre Dame Academy in St. Petersburg day at 5 p.m. The group ia under the Dios. to the core. Our country
the Guild in appreciation for this direction of the School Sisters started with the
regent; Mrs. Andrew Gimera group will contribute the of There on September S, planting 01:
her leadership during the vice,regent; Mrs. Thomas The vested Notre Dame music for the annual Memorial Day Notre Dame from Baltimore 1M3, following the offeringof Christ's Cross and with the
past year Mrs Robert Bush, Brett, prophetess; Mrs. Em. Dame Academy Glee Club In honor offering of the Mass, the
the solemn :Mans
president, then spoke of the melt Alexander, financial secretary will furnish the music for this Francisco Sacrifice of RedemptionThat
alms of the Guild for the com ; Mrs. Charles Butter. occasion. Roclcledge New Port Richey Mrs Herbert Grove and of Our Lopez Lady de by:Mendoza Father Grajalet glorious first chapter ii

new ing year board.and welcomed the worth, hIstorian. All residents of the west ST. MARY QUEEN OF PEACEOn members of the parish Confraternity Captain Pedro :Menen- our history must be told and

Also Miss Margaret Chart- coast area which the Cemetery Elmer R. Bartosek was Installed of Christian Doctrine dez de Miles took possession retold to the American pe0-
Father Hubert J. Reason the 40th of
man, treasurer! Mrs. G. serves are cordially invited as president of St. anniversary planned the program. of the country. pie It is the story of St
Father William
presented its founding, May 17, the Roe
to attend this service Dinner served In the Augustine. It Is the story of
Richard I Suttell monitor; Mary Home and School Association was
Stahler at a reception on Sunday Mrs Rudolph Terleke] sentinel which affords the opportunityof recently as members ary.Altar Society of Our Lady parish hall, concluding! the As I heard the plans for Father Lopez, Conquistador
23 from 3 to 5 .
May p.m.at Queen of Peace parish held
of the Christ"Men
the school. Refreshmentswere ; Miss Carol Bocan, lecturer remembering in our gathered for the final meetIng annual and Installation event and saw the beginnings for
served in the school ; Mrs. Jess Howard organist prayers not only our belovedwar of the school year. JamesR. its of banquet officers. Mrs. restoration of the Cathedral, of the Holy Name Society
lunchroom by members of ; and these trustees: heroes, but also our departed Clay will serve as vice- Obenreder chairman InvernessOUR the 200-foot( high illuminated have always been active .
the Guild Mrs. Lloyd Wagner and relatives and friends, president; Mrs. Robert Res- Roy Cross, the Votive Church and in diocesan retreat programs -
said Father of the event, attended by LADY OF FATIMA the !library. I felt the great ,
The Holy Name Society Mrs. James Wynne. Corry. tin, treasurer; and Mrs. Jay 80 members and guesti.
will hold a Communion breakfast La Vista secretary Members of the Holy Name historical significance of this As industry has grown so,
at the Villa Nova Restaurant Court Blessed ElizabethAnn Venice Mrs Frederick Schmidt of Society of Our Lady of Fa- hallowed spot and I was too has the necessity for
oa June 13. Those attending Seton No 1899 of the Palmetto St Petersburg pastpreildentof tlma Church elected these thrilled to realize how mucha educat'cn; and training Ir
to Catholic Daughters of America EPIPHANYOn HOLY CROSS the DCCW was guest men to lead them in the coming part of our great country's order to earn a living. Thai
make reservations are requested have elected the following May 16, the children of Father Frank Goodman of speaker New officers were year William J. Wilkie, beginnings we share through Is readily apparent from the
possible] with George as soon Me-as officers for the coming year: Epiphany School of Venice Holy Name Parish Gulfport, installed by Father Michael l president: Earl I Reinhart, our Catholic heritage, great number who finish college .
Laughlin 838-3931. Mrs. Robert Vasold, grand led the parishioners of the was guest speaker at the Installation Leap 0.S,B. as follows: Mrs. viepresident: Frank S. I urge you to visit the Mission 1 and the extreme rarityof
regent; Mrs. Charles Foulks, Church of the Epiphany in of the new officersof James Cassidy, president; Cuyler Jr., second vice,president soon' particularly if anyone failing to complete
vice grand regent; Mrs. Harlow the annual May procession the Holy Cross Guild: Mrs. Mrs Irving Leetz, vice president ; Nickolas Miller treasurer high school.!

St. PetersburgDANIEL A. Wood, prophetess; and rosary. The children recited Arthur LJshness, president; ; Mrs. Roy Obenreder, ; Frank Hrpperle secretary
Mrs. John Negley, lecturer: the rosary. A wreath of Mrs. George Farrell vice- secretary; and Mrs. James Installation will take Now Smyrna Even: after they enter some

Miss Ann Hart, financial secretary white flowers was placed at president, Mrs, Anthony Ca O'Connor, treasurer. place on May 30 at Point field of business, men and
; Mrs. Thomas Jordan, the statue of the Blessed Virgin miller), treasurer: and Mrs. Parishioners took part In O'Woods Country Club on Priest notes 50 worr n are constantly strlv.
T. WINTER & CO. treasurer; Mrs. Harold Voss, by Cathy Fox; the maids Neil Shreve, secretary. a May procession recently. Gospel Island Father, James ink to Improve their abilities,,
Hospital School Bonds historian; Mrs. William Holland of honor were Patty Burke Children, altar boys and the Hoge will preside at the cere ard all to the end that they
40J Florida Theatre Bldg. monitor; Mrs. Allen and Linda Surenkamp and Palatlca Priests of the parish marchedIn monies. The women of the years in Orc3rNtM may be sure of a livelihood In

Sf. Ptttriburg Tully, sentinel; Mrs. Henry flower girls were Mary Beth ST. MONICA procession to the statue of parish Women's Club and this uncertain world.
Schlffgens, organist. Surenkamp and Patty Gillogly. /. Forty Hours Devotions were the Blessed Virgin where the Mother's Guild will serve :; SMIRM FEUII The far more Importanttask
Phone (
1624381ALPINE Mrs. Alfred Dahinden and Monsignor George W. held at St. Monica parish last Janet Grove placed a crown a covered dish dinner at 1 Father Francis! J. Wash' sanga of earning eternal life

Mrs. Edward Healey are Cummings officiated at Benediction week. Father Jerome A. of flowers. The service was p m. before the installation. High Mass of than' Ilh'mg however, is given no such
newly elected trustees for a of the Most Blessed Carosella of Gainesville was ended with Benediction of the All members of the parish on May 16, marking 50 years preparation or attention, and

term of three years. Sacrament. speaker at the devotions Most i Blessed Sacrament. and their friends are invited. in the Redemptorist order all too often is given none at
That evening, the Sacred
The *n new Nursing Home ,.t all We go blissfully on our
RTIUAT! : ORGANMl.Q1UC' Heart parish Altar Society
for the finest in in God's
Nursing Edouard C. Craig gave a reception in Father way trusting mercyGod
Home Car. Is merciful but He ii
Contractor end Distributorfor Parish Chairmen Vtalsh's] honor and friends
867-6573 also just and more diligenceand !
gathered to him
greet in
3456 21 lit Ave South
is needed in our
Vilcon Metal, Ceramic AREA #1 June $ 6 St. Petersburg rinellas Park, Gulfport, St. Fernburg Beach parish center present prayer world than ever before
and Mosaic Tiles
Father Walsh has been if we are to "know Him
Holy Name Church 917.49th St. So. 347-4101 Blllud Trinity St. Petersburg Maurice V. Carmody SU Hillside Ce. ho. St. Petersburg serving In missions of this love Him and serve Him in

Holy Family St. Petersburg Joseph MUzonl 74J1-2ft St. h. St. Petersburg Diocese since 1950. this. world and be happy with
JACKSON'SSHOES Transfiguration St. Petersburg Andrew Fetrutkl 2464-57&11 St. No. St. Petersburg Him forever in the nest"
ROOF' Holy Namll Gulfport Henry L. Hester 701 Gray St. Culfpor1 He was born in Boston and Retreatants realize this and
Immaculate Conception St. Petersburg mad his Rtdemptonst profession consequently leave their
DON BARDELLA MESJU CLEANED St. Jolms St. r.t. Beach Henry C..11 2682W. Vine Del Mar St. Pete. Beech in 1JU at Ilchester usual lives once a year so
St.101.ph'l St. Petersburg Maryland After his ordination that they can put aside the

Manager St.ll.1du St. Petersburg William R. Soh. 7'42-17th A.... No 'C. Petersburg as a Priest five years worries of the world and devote

641 Central AVI., 862.1355 St. Repheeli St. Peter.Ng Lee 'he.hn J901-14tll It. NE. It. Petersburg two days to Him from

344-1041 Tim Flatley 4US.UUI W.y N.E. St. Petersburg whom comes all time. Thev
I4HOUM AOAT St. M.ry' St. Petersburg Dee W. larabee 413 hrhetdn TrrSo St. Petersburg retreat from work and In
ST. ANTHONY'S ;OrmtShrte) | fIsCt. Sacred Hear PlU. Perk John hl'Cll SUO.46th St. No. Pinellas Perk f1/ Him whoea! consolation and

HOSPITAL St. Fouls St. Petersburg Arthur 1. Nelson 1109.21lt Av. No, It. Petersburg Father counsel will send them back

600 11th Street North Holy Croce St. Petersburg W. R. Brawn IJ60.4 OUI Ave. N-? St. Feterbulg Iranrls J. with renewed strength, wisdom '
St. and grace
Madam, Well Equipped . AREA 12 June 13 Tampa UacDlll A.r.i.lrendon\ Ruekln, Temple Terrace Walsh' I believe a retreat ,Is tile

Reasonable most completely satisfying
Conducted N.Uvlty Bandon Dr. Theodore treble General Delivery ...in.....! spiritual experience a man
Sisters of St. Francis by / St. Ann Ru.k1n LucklVlII.NIr. 1'.0. b 210 pehw can have. It should be at the
Approved by Blessed Sacr6.: t UlMna Lawrenoe Beaver P.O. Box 5617 Listens later, he spent 17 years In top of your list of plans for
American St. Petersburg Christ the King Tempo" Fred J. Cup' 403 N. Hubert Ave. Taaspe Brooklyn and Manhattan this summer

College of Surgeons 4645 9th Street North Church of Inct'm.uon Tampa Thsees J. Joyoe 4904 Halifax Tampa parishes

Corpus Chr1.tI Temple TK.,. J. B. Hag 103 Minton ld4Hs Dr. T.eph Tenso. He hal been In the South

Epiphany Tampa Henry Dlyu not E. Clinton Tampa since 19.19 when he came to LARGO
Good Sheph.r 'lUll" Edward Boh"n Rt. U. Box 66 T...a Wilson North Carolina that
Fowler & Payor Inc. Holy Names, Tampa MthoW Nato 2410.Uth Ave. Temea )ear as a pastor He also held
MOlt Holy Redeemer Tampa Welter Ntewtnsu lS4G lAke tiles Cr. Taspe the pastorate of St. Joseph'i DORES LAWNMOWER

General Insurance Perpetual Help Tampa D. S. MOMco 2700 MUNO It, Tessa in Spartanburg, South Car SHOP!
Sacred Heart lamp AIIIIur V.lacie 310 Magnolia Tea beta from 1945 to 1950. From Tar* Lawn toy
,a .
III Ninth Shut ..
North 876-11)1 I St. Petersburg St. >lr -- (MtlM MAll 'H
JOllp11l Tampa ClIIlMrllndo Meyer 511 MecDill Taps 1950 to 1954 he was in chargeof 1If....
MacC1I1 AF.B Pettier .r.hon, Catholic Chaplain Tere St. Rita's, New Smyrna IM flrM "... "w,

HOLY LAND ROME-J.rus.l.-n-C.ir. St. Lawrence Tampa Peter Da Mua 2916 W. Burke Tempe Beach Then he was assigned .rkM<.. ..1//<..4111I T....
Naiarath Palestine St. Patrick Tampa Joseph oaadek 3tol W'MIn Teat'. ta !St. Joseph's, Tampa, until

$1096. Fatima-Zurich _Spain St. Peter Claver Tampa Charles Walker UU EU'U. ,... 19S8.

..,........, 14 II !'">, ......f.I...,",. ,rte.|.i He returned to St. Rita's towork Idividud.
,1..Ol"lTII""L eew11nE, IM AREA #3 June 13 .11 20 Clrwter, Largo, Duw\ &n, Tarpon Sprang Seaunol, Safety Hirtar India* Root B*aehAREA once again in the .{t Beret i

lee r.nlr.l A..... !'(!".. Ml.4.4. St. Cec.ha" Cltarwaw.r 01"1. Centred neighborhood In New er 0..:pie
Smyrna Beach Since 19<2, he
St. Petrick
1.ergo HerryWhNJee IUS trotter Read IAfIO
stationed at St Alphonius .
Our Lady of Lourcl. Dunedin
Robert Morin II Claus AlUe Dlsee..e
Hospice ia New Ml N. .4.
For Catholic Of Pinellas Cetmry St.lnaUu. Tarpon SIl'IA9' J"'n SI..I P. O. tox tS4 Tarpett Stage Smyrna assisting pastors in Clarwater.luge Ph. 1I'4C173tI
Espiritu Santo Harb.r
Safety Maurice crt.1In central Florida
Calvary Cemetery Cirri 8taekan\ 30H KApok Cove CI..rwat.t
St. JUOIIII Lingo Charles ..
McClw 14173 Thatoh.t Dr largo OltV\lU'S\ Gut SERVICE
Endawid Care Blessed Sacrament St. Petersburg Carl Mall ICSU.S3rd Ave No. St. Petersbeq I 1010 W. lay Dri, Met

U. S. It at Bath St. No. Phone 526-{231 14 June 2$ 26 27 LskelanPlant City Winter Haven, Like Wales Haines CityMCA 114-1741 HI-1171 N.ti Days;. Drugs

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J, lee 1/8ard St. Thomas Bartow R. E. Howell UO Stanford hfItW
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eld Spaniard who) -studied Father In Pedro the United Arrupe States S.J..and a 5T was-year in- .. 't ...,.. ,', l ji!,:;! '; f''\ \\iY:! J. .'.:['I.. '\'; ; '. *!,..j:l.:: {I! t'C'{ ;*, ) //r':; rfj1 i! : =I! ;j''! :; C\\ ; jA (;J::, :,} :, :. .i'.., i of Rites. He aha

Hiroshima when the American bomb "i'.', 11\H.. \ .. .' ; ( ).!!i.; jVi .:il ifr! 1.. ..: :,it1fPiy{ ,' .,h;.' ;\.;:;..\. ( \ fI; .ji1;: :.;'i.J'!: ';J'!\.':'\ ;,, ;( ;; (:,'::;;;;;::3:' '. :' ', : named Archbishop Picrra
atom fell there, it .. ," '' '' .,
the new I leader of theWorld's determined after his election. 1' V : 'f'i'J/; ::' : : <: :i '>,"' '' '; "ijfi'l'' ( !\ Ngo Nam,dinh who Thuc Is a brother of Huei't of the,

36,000 Jeauita. .
late President dinh Diem. a
The of
day beganwith
He was elected! here the ,. ... ,Il.", consultor to the Congregati"
on a Mass in the Jesuit ,.1., ',I r- ... ..., !
ef third ballot of the first day General House at 7:30: a m., '., ", ., V" .. .1 1ft., .' T :..1 ,.to<.. ... .. >, ; for the Propagation of tho
voting on May 22. concelebrated by Father i *
Father Arrupe came hereas John Swam SJ, of Canada Archbishop Felix ScalaL

superior of the Jesuit and twelve other Priests. Father c.r.c.n, former Archbishop

Japanese province. He was in Swain had governed the Graduated May 26 from Jesuit High School TampaOn of LeopoldvlUe, was also..
Hiroshima as superior of the society since the death last named a consultor to the misslonary

novitiate there on the fateful October S of Father John May 26, this group graduated nerd ArghUre, Robert Dew, Nell Smith lull Fernandez, Fifth revs John Taylor, Ray Paul Campbell, Kenneth Golns, congregation.

August I, 1945 when the first Baptist Janssens S.JSpeaking from" Jesuit High School Thomas Siegwald, Ronald Gad James Harmon, Maria Sibil., Dicharry Jr. Frank Gomalas. Cheater Leek, Casey Gens- Cardinal Reran had earlier

atom bomb fell. He turned to a crowd in StPeter's in and Randle. Adair Carl Barletta, Donald Shaa, been named a member of (the
the Tampa Archbishop Joseph JOlt Alvarez Al' ,". tt 1, mart, Glenn Sudbury, Frank
novitiate into a hospitaland Second row: Joseph Itcata, Cyril Crane and Jamas Lumia.
last week, Congregations of the Sacraments
square P. Hurley presided at cert- George Cappy, Richard Rodri.ouat Victor, George. Jenkins, Joseph
put himself his staff and Pope Paul had referred to the Henry Furr Michael Mamguth, Fourth row: Paul Halph.it, and of the Council
the novices at the service of meeting of the Jesuits monies in which the students ra- Sam Papia. Robert Foi, Robert Gene Floras, Paul Hon, John Pat MontaUona Thomas Tennis, Thomas RiUy Joseph

the injured "We want to pray that sayIng e.ivad their diplomas; from the Camas, Anthony Lombard!, Marncano Ray O'Connor, Franklin, Vaughn CKarlton. Wil-\ Lodato, Edward Hanson Frank The Cardinal has been residing
left, front row: Manuel John Vaciana Sam Gregory, Tom Boyle, Robert here since the Czechoslovak
The new Jesuit general the these and all religious families Rodriguet, JosephDoneghy Leonard Puglio Gragario, Stphn Labadie,
sixth from Spain was born at will remain fa.'hful to the Robert Btltuclo, Ruben Mo. William Bahan Jules Noel Rametta. Randall Stack Davis, James (abed'., Edmund John Sultanfuu and Kenneth communist regime released

Bilbao: on November 14, 11107. spirit of the Gospel and be an reno James Dommgun, Ernest D rv.., Mae
lie entered the Society of example of holiness for Mirabtllt, Patrick Hum, Arthur Fn'tdtl', Thomas Ryan and Mar. Randall Latimar, Joseph Doherty war William, Anderson, house arrest so that he could
Terra, John Chambrl Marks.Ti. Ramantol and SchoivJHr.KN Siith Edmund EubanVt to Rome to be made aCardinal
Jesus at the of 20.'b.n the Church and the world
age ... ,_, _.
: .l M' ,h ul, D. I_run, m' L.u-l. LIL',
the society was suppressed In ---- .m" rows c as '"i' \'c'" n.n.. Peter Ambral, and Erese Valdes, last February,

Spain In 1931 he Archbishop flue has remained
went to Bel.
glum, and later studied Bishops of Colombia warn In Europe since the
theology in the Netherlands. To lay critics assassination of his brotherIn

H. ordained Saigon In November, 19A3.He .
was in 1936
of communism's threatBOGOTA and Archbishop Scalals

After rdlnatl B Fa ( her Be constructive advises Bishop Rehring Join six other Archbishopsand
Arrnpe time t. the tailed some 40 other mission experts
(>C- The Catholic Bisho of Colombia
States for farther studies.He |* as consultors to the
asserted that communism pours a grave threat to the m\\usn ( : Ohio (:NO) -, Bishop George J, critic should "recognize the while he dues not agree! with Congregation for the Propav

took his fourth year Church and the hole nation and called for "a national Retiring of Toledo has laid here that laymen who are relatively small number of all the "generalisations and gallon of the Faith.Teachers .

theology studies at St Mary's crusade to save the coun critical of policies and Church leaders should take a laymen who possess the assertions" of lay critics,
College, St. Mary's Kansas, objectives in Latin America. constructive tack necessary requirements to nevertheless he believes such
more / will be
and his tertianship at St. Red leaders recruited here talk out on subjects relatingto laymen have "legitimate,
In a statement Issued on behalf Bishop Retiring said ..nt criticism" from laymen la
Stanislaus Novitiate, Cleveland and abroad are methodically ; the sacred sciences that commendable aspira
of the hierarchy by thenational agitating within the universities wf'loom.and ia "a service Tightness and outspokenness" hIbtot'n the peculiar: tions" and can make "fine given tribute at
of Archbishops "
la 1938 he went to Japan commission and among the workers to those criticized province of the clergy! over contributions to the mission
Bishop Rrhrlng said the
leaders SchoolA
the Church Name
as a missioner H. became warned that Colombia. is faced and farmers "Sane ('fillels"111 always writing of lay critics Is "often tilt years" of the Church." Holy

master of novices li Hiroshima with serious problems "Communikt guerrillashave be gratefully received by more than rro'OI..tl.nd "Often people! who write In tribute to teachers will
and later rector of the many been trained outside the everyone who is not a victimof At the same time he urged of
which: "., not solved in time challenging; it sickens some a facile and fluent style on be held on the grounds
novitiate. In I9M he "as appointed while well known the Insufferable delusion of thai laymen move beyond
could lead to anarchy and country people, disgusts others and problems that are complexand Holy Name School M24/ 19th
vice.provincial of the chaos" communists hold responsible personal infallibility and impeccability raises up resentment In still involved have only a criticism I* constructive ac Avenue South In Gulfport on

Jesuits in Japan, and In 19M The statement, Issued on positions. within various trade ," he said. others superficial knowledge of theirsubject Tina Saturday June I from I to

was promoted to provincial.He April 29 after the Archbllih.ops' unions, student organizations Rut the Bishop added In an The Bishop said he duel notqueMinn ," he said "Their I 30 pm. James Flanagan Is
Is the author of a book here and even in the government address after dedicating anew Knglish: Is beautiful and "The laity" he said, "must chairman of the event assisted
two-day the such
meeting motives of
.a Japan and has written men's residence at sparkling, but their thinkingand not rest satisfied with the by members of the parish
listed other problemsconfronting critics and dues not that
among deny
various commentaries In the Colombia wide.spread "The time has come t. understand bating Green State University research: to say the knowledge of what Is deficient organisations. Public schoolteachers

Japanese language en thlpll'ltu.1 the gravity .f the there Is also room for there are 'complacent and least, are lacking In depth" In the Church, It must In Outfport have
, exercises of the violence mass nugra IIIIIUf lace, and U start apathetic I people' who nerd to .
improvement In the approachof not content Itself with articulating been invited to Join t h
ton from rural areas to the be prodded Into action"Rul He cautioned that the lay
Jesuit founder, St Ignatius a national crusade lo save the critics. well founded criticisms I. teachers of Holy Name
(cities greed for quick profits. critic "should not be unmlnd
Loyola He. speaks sn Ianguagrs the country, Km: )one must He recommended that the he added, a critic I and recommendations School at a supper Teachersof
shortages of basic consumer ful of the Influent that he Is
fulfill the mlttlon entrusted lay critic "modify his styleof should be "sure of' his farts minds Immatureand but It must be activelyand the Confraternity of Chris-
needs exerting on
The question of whether he kidnaping prostitution le him by God." writing that he drop flippancy and af the sound principlesthat constructively coopers tiara Doctrine athletic
not Informed, who
alcoholism, broken homes "
would<< govern the society. for evnk-ism, brasW**, apply U them" tine with other members of coaches, and members of the
life, as have the previous 27 immoral films and literature The Archbishops' commit- sarcasm faultfinding, castlgallon. may easily be misled the Church In bringing Christ C Y.O. and their parents c:1:I

generals, still remained to be and the flight of capital lion said. It would continue vitriolic and acrimonious "One sometimes suspects| Rlshep llehrlng" aloe. to the world" also be the guests of t:1!

fII U tutU"t tU t",,, abroad studying the situation and language. and adept the cocksure and the all charged that some critics "Why don't we see our parish Tables will be cr,
The greatest danger (lacing promised to report on its findings the attitude of Cardinal New !knowing writer of treading have "more la say about the ranged near the band star '.
In the Church and
place seethe
A Mutt Reading For the Church and the whole .a-- In the meantime it Issued man's gentlemen the attitude ground that he cannot pos' defects of the (hurrh than work that each one of us where Charlie Rice Sr Ii.t a plea for special prayers of consideration eiWy have had sufficient Charlie Rice Jr. will alter ,',
courtesy .
ties by far I Is however the about her Kind qualities .ndIrlll" must perform (lor the
Every C.thonc: f..I.1 ads ance." the for Colombia, and specifically docility, rr |>ertfulnes to acquaint himself and are "more negative Church?" he asked "It Is their talents to provide rm
statement said."Cekensbia asked that the mary and open( mindedne. w!ith. with In a thorough ay." he than pmlllve." for all. Father son and ,fall
REBEL BISHOP time to put a mute on the
be rented In every .home during out. '-" .ur. any thought. of commented talk and to act" daughter soft ball and vol:
Is one of its seam the nwfltfl of May. samfletng feet said the said that ball will be held.
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The Lift of Our Lord God's world

Comment Christ took our nature to Mystery of one's identify explored

God. lor me present.
make with God "\I7HY am I I, and not remains

No vacation from God men one VY someone else" /However silent, He on has that made polo'<

This Is one of life'i great ;
UnPHE doctrine of Aton.. plain to us that He did m'
mysteries Each or has
we look forward to It gives an Indication as to how 1 ment Involves the explored it often, but us the answer Father w, endow us with such glib t ,

ALTHOUGH time for relaxation it youngsters will act when they are psychological I monstroi still escapes us. Leo J. be used for of ourselves the lore
This one dominant
completely free from school authorities ity that we all deserve punishment Even as a child we wondered
should not be a time of Blacking off on because Adam did Tru..nd themes of our Lord's preaching !-
1 who I
"Why am am.
religious obligations. Summer is truly It Is important that parents see that wrong and reward because Frank J, and not my older brother or Whatever it to share.we havehave we

a time of moral danger The hectic their children receive the sacraments Christ sinful did right. Surely men. Sherdthis r-' my younger sister? Not the
are or virtuous accordIng
boy next door or the girl This means that we
must t
pace of the winter leaves little time at least once a month during the va to what they do them. .
across the street? Now, In be eager: to share our faith
for anyone to get in trouble Summer cation period. If they keep their children selves" later life, we look around a

adults and children close to God during the summer So, we bear witness
time Is when many These columns art not, crowded room or at the other ovum met and that a new to

alike have time on their hands. they will have some assurance that could not possibly be, a substitute passengers on plane or bus life began. But It was no matter Christ in our personal live

the later the child will for a course in theology. and In our parish we give actut
Children are without the constant during years gift as a matter of; we are acutely consciousof of chance that God
close to God when be is on his I try to state the particular our uniqueness soul support to the Confraternm
coaxing and persuasion of Priests. stay course, so to speak receiving created our particular
element In the Church'lteaching ) of Christian Doctrine and to
Therefore own race along! with their natural and infused It into that particular
Sisters and lay teachers that a given questioner "Among all these people 1am the parish inquiry class On
If the child is to become life as men-this questionGod embryo.Speaking .
the permitted
the responsibility falls\ back on fails to see; but the, in Island of conscious a broader scale we give
parents. The sad sequel of this is that spiritually lax he then faces the danger answer will be of more use allowed to be decided for. self" we reflect, "utterly of God In human generous aid to both home 1

many a child will fail completely to receive of becoming the victim of many to, and more usable by, our whole race at Its beginning singular and without a duplicate terms, we might say that God and foreign missionary

the sacraments during the summer temptations which confront him during those who know the doctrine by the success or In all of creation I wonder already had given a lot of efforts
failure of man Why lie I tOur
of the
the time facing the summer activities. fairly well. The Fall of ManIs why I am who I am, living thought to the choosing lesser gifts also !
while at same hose it so He has not toldus soul which He would createat wi
more serious temptations. Summer is Remember, there can be no vacation treated at some length In only that it is so. In this particular centuryand moment must share. "Security" Is the
In this specific
Theology and Sanity ( particular place.
students. from God.Sacred watchword today. We wart
sort of a proving (pound for 14am). In Its beginning the whole
Our of humanity-numbers are irrelevant "Why did God not assign r.:\en though we cannot to have ample resources but:t
present question
here-was a graced my soul to the body of an know why, In Gods plan It up to assure ourselves a COZY

Scripture is quite a misunderstanding.true that a man It is humanity, wholly at one with Indian untouchable or a primitive bad te be (for example) )ou. old age But there is a limitto

Adam's sin It Congolese* the amount of money w(
. God And in Why was
of the sins he himself
guilty only
lost grace for, choosing his I not created in the 16th century So here you are. a may invest In future security
God favors repatriates'prayers own will rather than God's he ? Why am I not still in these prosperous United as long as so many of our

But the (hurch does not broke the contact of love on the mind of God, destined to States, with abundant food brothers do not have enough

teach that Adam's guilt be. which grace depends); ha be born in China a thousand and a comfortable home to eat today, do not have
Persian general, Cyrus, conquered
IT Is not often that a psalm and healing
with medical care
she does teach from clothing or schools or the
the seemingly invincible comes ours; manity was no longer at one years now Why am IFor
1 contains such clear\ clues and in the that his sin altered! the conditions .\ with God. J!" medicines at your com simplest medicines.

as to the time of Its composition Babylon,allowed the In which each of us the answers to those mand, enjoying political and So we contribute liberallyto !
as does psalm 125. Thatit following year There was a new situation religious liberty and with as
Father home. must live his life.! questions we shall ha\I. to such causes as the BIMops'
from the period fol. Jewish captives to go would be born Into a wishor
comes men await eternity Only then much education as you relief fund and the
John J. They could hardly believe Neither does she teach that
lowing the Babylonian ExileIs race that was divided from are capable of.
1 shall we know Gods master Thanksgiving clothing driveIn
their It seemed like an
its ears saved simply became God born with human nature
indicated by opening we are
Castelolpeople which plan and our part in It. What Is more Important short, every undertakingaimed
dream from
"When the Lord impossible Christ died but only that He still to be
lints I i : oily grace rev have been the
you given at relieving the physical
brought back the captives of they would awake only to created a new situation in reined, and not certain to be In the meantime, the Important of have been
grace you mental or spiritual burdens -
Sion we were like mm find themselves in the same which each of us is to work received.Men thing Is to realize that level
raised to
a supernatural of our brothers, whetherat
old hopeless rut. But it was out his salvation (;
In od'i
dreaming. own plan each of us Is
dream it real had lost nothing to of being In the sacrament of home or abroad, finds in
no ; very That man's act
apparently on one can We
The of the were something very special.
repatriation with eternal
baptism happiness enthusiastic
us c-
which had claim prrl.
exiles was an almost Incredible the road to extinction.Throughout Once again God had demonstrated change conditions of life for they any did not tome Into exlklence yours for the taking tor
still In
They were men a
turn of events, Those in It to Ills r"ople and others, can create new situa by accident.It and We do not need to know
the exile Is others general way they were the There are about two a
\ol\ed felt like saying to each the notably to the world at large that no tions affecting hardly of would hair billion ho do not why God has chosen to
true prophets, needs saying. The whole race kind men they probably may seem to us a matterof people
other "Pinch me: I want to Ezechiel and Second Isaia, power on earth, no matter I I. living differently becauseof have been if God had chance that our parents have what you have Dear create us at this present

be sure I'm awake 10'01'"h'ft kept the people together, preserved how formidable, could thwartHis Einstein to say nothing of not made that first venture ofa embraced in an act of God" you ask again, "why happy Juncture of time and
the Jews were draggedoff for the salvation of
in 587 B. C. It and strengthenedtheir plan Hitler But whereas we can wholly graced humanity, marital. lose on the night were \ou so good to me* place. Just let us be sure
Babylon ,
the end of unique religious convictions mankind. see why Einstein's discoveryand but had started each man off \\hl'nIe were conceded, amatter Why did You pick me for this that we give Him no cause tortgr.t

the was world practically for them. Not the shored up their flag. Beginning with the epic IIltler''ar changed as man and nothing more, of chance that sperm particular time and place" His decision.

of hope shone. gang hopes of eventual restoration exodus from Egypt some things for all of us, we cannot with grace somehow to be
slightest ray
the horizon ButI henI btn seven centuries before, He so clearly see why Adam'sdisobedience won by each
even dimly boxBible
would God intervene in their had shown repeatedly that and Christ's But God would not leave Question

Tb. Holy Land, Jerusalem behalf* After a few )ears? the people whom lie had obedience did. For Einstein them so He still wanted mankind I

the Temple-all were devastated Or perhaps after a few centuries chosen as the Instrument ofMF.HCIFIL and Hitler affected men's relations to be at one with lion

ravaged, ruined; and with one another and Expiation must be made for translation under revisionprovement

the Inhabitant, God's special And then, In 539, the great: page five their control over the material the im which had broken the

universe; the whole oneness not because God Q What l II the source of the over the Rheims Douav ,version which list

chain of causes and effectsis ( wanted Vengeance but because translation or verklnnt "f (heFplstlrs \'ersion. but when we started been translated from the i
Michael V. Cannon
Father under our gaze. the order broken by sin and Gospels now reading it In church If met Latin of the Vulgate<< : and In

r Minion of f Nembre De Dies Rut Adam's art and must be restored by that sin's \bring read at the Mauri* with loud protests In spite of 1944 the members of the

Christ's affected men's relations reversal Where may coplei of thf'mMo\ Thee's and Thou It used Catholic Biblical Society "I

with God, and God Is So Christ came-God's Son. btalnrd? modern diction which teemed America were asked to make

r CjI cat clupteRS in not under our gaze Why lie wholly equal to Him, wholly .\. Sometime back In the scandalous to entrenched a completely new transU

reacted at lie did to one or God. ISIO'i: the Bishops of the lovers of the) old distorted lion Genesis appeared
the other we cannot see and United States decided to revise phrases of the familiar vernon 1948 the first volume Gen

I flomCu CAtholic histORY we have no experience of nature lie. became Ilia, and man la made It made our our antiquated Douay But we sown got used to sis to Ruth in 1952 fish,?'I'i

bring God to tell us* But what Rheims version of the Bible it and came to love it 0'Mara was still chairman I
human nature's expiatory offerlng
followed from what they did, In charge of the work was the Meanwhile our !Scripture the cominukkwn

Chapter H A picture of St. Augustine log a crucifix, candles and we do indeed know episcopal committee of the scholars had started tin work In 1956 the third volume appeared

In IBIS has been left us by an asperfcorium"Peak lie made not only expiation Confraternity o f Christian of revising the Old Tesla. the Sapiential Book'.
Father 11od'i;
1812, Oltcilly'shealth \ plan me are
English visitor i days and feitlval but .wnfn1tnt-our pronunciation Doctrine, of which Bishop ment. Job to Sirach and In 1Mi1!
deteriorated rapidly, meant, at the end of thin
oh .n.d. of the word hides its O'Mara, of Kansas City. \\11Ih..n volume four the Prophet I
and September 13, after "The town was a great null were scrupulounly earthly life, to come to a The In September "13.
on .
meaning which Is atonement the chairman The best Books, Isaia to Malachia Ue
and beyond this, union with Him which demands
tary station Pope Plus XII\
twenty-eight years in the old "The massacre of Madrid lie created a new situ Scripture scholars then available published onef have been long expecting
nothing In one way or of knowing his
powers greatest :
presidio, he died. DOJ dc !Mayo was commemorated ition By birth we are one In our country with at Encyclicals: volume two which will coin
other the people rre all engaged and loving that merely as Dlvlno afflanle Spirits.
by the solemn celebri- with .dam and enter into the least one English: Jesuit were plete the Old Testament

Father Crosby was Impaired in servicing the king tlon of High !Mass and the mea they do not possess, ntuation produced by his dis enlisted to do the work. In It he not only permittedbut Meanwhile our New Tf. a-
They kept the king accounts, powers which they cas kate )
In health himself but flags throughout the city were of their work
labored at the king's fort only by God's gilt obedience. by rebirth In The results urged Scripture scholars mint scholars the best a

be took over the reins as vl. wrought in the king's forge displayed In mourning. Baptism we are made one on the !New Testament appeared to make use of texts in the United States and Canada

cario of the province In 1815 manned the king's pilot boats 'With Carnival time cam And the gift-Grace Is the with Christ and enter Into all In 1941 I: the Confraternity original! languages of the have been hard at work T '

mirth and merry making; for it-must be the rich possibilities of thentuation Edition I launched t
Father Gomez was appointed A guard of soldiers kept name given Bible-primarilv Hebrew and Confraternity New Te tam<
watch over the great tieas harlequin, dominoes a n i iPunchinellos d them In this hfehtth.r: he produced by I His with a national Biblical Sun Greek-in preparing traiulatioM of 1941! was not a new trar .

assistant \icario ure chest In the fort: a guard held high rem cl has it or lacks it at death Is obedience. day on May It. and with sale for the we' of the faith lation from the origin-'

Together the two Priests watched at the |lewder> housein and gay companies of maskers the decisive question for But In either situation our promotion entrusted te the W !So tie Mishaps of Ute Confraterwty Greek it suffered from t1 e

sought another Priest from the plain south of the bar went about the streets every man whatsoever. irtut or guilt lies In the Holy Name Society scrafpud. I their I shortcomings, of the \ulgnt"

Cuba to serve the growing racks, a guard noted the .\mon them, taking the partof Whether men were to bane choice our own will makes It was magntftrent, im plans of re****** toe old the liheims translation and
St. Peter went one clad In
marking of high noon on the various Chalkmer revisionsThe.
settlement of Fernandma In the ragged dress of a fisher

the northern district lint no sun dial and by the flowingof man and equipped with a mullet Pope Paul VIBe came the \atlcsi
the sands In the hour glasson : Council with Us Cenititutloi
which he dexlerously
cast net '
Priest would go to Florida It the plaza all day and all threw over the head: o. the !Sacred Liturgy.

wa perhaps more plain to night recorded the passing of
those outside Florida than It time by strokes of a bell of the not unwilling children,, faithful to ideals Paul VI asks The Epistles and Gospe
by such rude travesty settmj pressyour of the Mass would be read 1
was to the colonists! who lived ". Funeral procession forth the Apostolic fishing for English, and for these the

there, that the days of Her- through the streets were led men Following Is the text of the diicuisions 'Truth lathe standing and thus better action. desire i of making known Bishops wanted the latest art

Ida's Spanish and Catholic bv the Padre In his robes and message sent by Pope Paul Pursuit of Liberty" around him best translation available -.>

supremacy were numbered by acoljtcs in surplices bran "In the afternoon (f Palm M to the Seventh World Congress Without doubt, this meetingof fl(
they called the scholars
Sundae Prleil and people of the Catholic Press numerous American Journalists It helps U eillghtea" aid We are swl samliddl .f f the on

marched In procession fr.mIhf -May 1122)) Dated May 7, together with their Imtntrl mn !I. a climate .( difflriltles eM-Mitered by the Catholic Biblical Socief

M. J. Murray church, toitlh I 10 the convent the message was addressed European colleagues will favor rkarlty, nell. Inner. them !I. (alhollc journalists Ii their finished Their work but was not would entire>tot"

where on Us platform U to Kalmondo Manzinl, president the fullness and fruitfulness their rllhtfil place In III.rom..II efforts to arrempllih their they '
able i
the open air stood an altar of the International of Intended diak *f mea aka. ..- mIni.. I. the world sad to provide the [1'1'
your t
Strange but true Then all repaired U pr. Union of the Catholic Press >gue concerning the ways of Ural .bonds of solidarity rev Ulili the ('kurtl.Nonetheless and Gospel selections peed'
for the Mistal di'
And they '
rrtilna te Ft Sai Marco faithful to ..It frra their being part of

where, at a second altar, the IT Is Our heartfelt desire to being ever more the great family of 14'schildren. We with to assure but otherwise' their new tralalwn -
/ NCWC N. Service calling as Journalistsand
Copyright 1965.
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rites were repeated, express to )oU the full Importance sons of the Church. you that the Italy See Confratern
which We attach to for Its part and especiallybe New Testament hat r

,r p laro'M ,, tyUw "On Faster: eve the waifs the forthcoming International' The combined m H.. efIrwia This Indicates the Importance I Pontifical Cetmnistioa been: r'b.bd. It should a

\ i N +(a NW'J went about the streets sing Congress of the Catholic and liberty\ founded as of the objectivity with for CommvAtoationt Media pear la a year,, or t.9, t'

tpn r/u l/OAaov//Men/ ing beneath the windows to Press w Men Is to be held for H Is w the words .( Oirl.l: which Catholic Journalists Inform which Wt have set up for thi: ttree.

the accompaniment of violin the first time in America and the truth shall make )" their readers of wM purpose (la. M tu Proprl

and guitar their Mmorcan which has been organized free" (J,1Ia S. 2:1), Is dear U events since a newspaper "In fruettbus multis,

hymn.' of praise to the \'Ir.I" through the efforts of the the hearts f all OirUllaa. whether" it Is purchased because A. A S. y. IOM. p an i and JI"Ftor ldCatholiC

Catholic Press Association of of need interest or df elatnue.d t., Our \enerab'!,

Ended" the fllI'l 1 e.f sadness, the t'nited States and C.nada The Church! the minister of sire diffuses a< a medium! efinformation Brother. ArrMMahnp Mart.nID ;
Grief war t* truth. Is likewise I the minister' .
gives singing The eminent patronage ef dar after day, O'Ymner, w dn everything

We come with joy and glad, Ourenerahle! Brother, far ft liberty and you are assured a ewH-eptir.ii H itf.. lit order tint eh.y' ran !., facer the" accesspheMn.nt

nest dials Francis Spellman<< and e-f the clearer under.standing flf values. a hierarchy ef of ytlut task

Our gifts to Mary bringing Lawrence Shehan and the and support ef pastors ends, a turn of the .er14.Th.refol'f. It is Mwrre ot e.an.5.4 ..... ,.....

In this very year 1819. the presence of an Observer ef charged with responsibility If yes<< wtah yow particular ern.ins I "_Ollf ,1.1-
,. lee t's to .hoes that \/. ... nLli .11-so'o
long-dreaded news reached the Holy See at this meeting in this field when you articles t. be ""'fId and to tW UMWMtlMMl l l' .." -lei .....
e 's't' i ( t' u uw u.h.y the peninsula: br the .\damsIV over which vou _ill|| M assert the proper rights' of exert the MOueare which. the Cattouc Pits rt t........ '((40". aIN

f M M MI 4v.ML (Onis treaty Slain| and theI worthily preside. inJnaie in truth in the pursuit ef liliert will all** von te fulfill tourvwctHW this thanki to S A. .'l
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transfer of the .irnta.. whkh I iii. Chunh attribute! r mmuAK alma Media, art.5.A onset 4 the Gospel| Met yIMe .. eiFotf//oe fMwrt let hairs it at* N. r.la ...,... N a as"a.

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,enrr+.a.aa n.+r No aaavstrr ratified, and amid ,po interest t .llhJI Ilk b She fol.kiss !. urtherniwre. that WHM'happears for you to htntufc yourre its orgaetws II'It,4 ....,. I....... ,... .., .
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all themasts I* \
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} a A TMs from the \llmtlc U kHiriulisti. know well that the and who! wvukl nut re Joke la seek M. hM, > 'U'. Ire aN sure a II:a

Popes and the Ecumenical this-a vahie being mere sod White
a'' M the PrnlUla Klver rtatitukt the toes that We CM ruM M the
w v i"IM f d s K, as'' lam [ Council have fonefullv. affirmed more affirmed in the modem aid the ftMlitv at the a*** ftTMM MIll idol rt4Ukora- Sh
The S >aai.h wt donelurem the value world to ,...... ..es
[ era of their vo by men aniwui um yeti are snag. vwu |i tU Ism all f..* *se Jawtal.ista I.
erAnd ration; they ha\e fully encosirateH work for the common good of It the sumac value thai toot. and to tf.<.. lions Outs ...*,<". k.i..,

the Catholic Chunh.Khkh them to pursue societyKmpMH. altos. yiM to trMunit M .krt. We Msa>art toe gedee. nl.r.......w". h.. .-.

-'jjiu6"; :,1.-Of Orf1T1.....pa M a Y4. Iat"-, had learned to live within their efforts often quite extr : in the service of your *. (..(inn the meMe *- atasMftMt drone v..,,,, a a.e.yi'riday
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#1I 1 blessed, St. Mary Magdalen

-I St. Mary Magdalen School dedicated In Maitland
"I": Nine classrooms were added to SL P. Hurley Joined Priests of the area

Archbishop Joseph P Hurley presided at the Archbishop. Priests attending the ceremonies Archbishop; Father Terrell Solana, master Mary Magdalen School In Maitland recently and parish altar boys in procession to

dedication ceremonies on May 20 at St Mary were Monsignor Charles A. Bartok of ceremonies Father William Stahler, Father and dedication ceremonies took the school! where he blessed the new I

Magdalen School in Maitland Children In Father Diego Conesa, F.thertlth Symona William Neidert CFP. and Father place on May :20! Following biers at addition.

their uniforms formed a guard of honor for and Father Michael Troy chaplains to the Cyril P. Kennedy CPP.S. the pariah church, Archbishop Joseph

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Coming Kenny seniors lauded for Sacred Scripture

eventsRummage academic achievements 4 e' Merciful God favors I

sale May 28 and

29, Transfiguration parish social < repatriates'prayers
hall St Petersburg JChSOMII.LK The presentation of awards

Women's Guild sponsor highlighted the annual senior banquet as 23 students of <.........4 ..... 91* ...!) material for fruitful meditation .

Chicken barbeque dinner Bishop Kenny High School here were congratulated by this III'ItionH'r.. the objects In any context, ours Included

May 30, noon to 5 p m. Holy Monsignor Mortimer Danaher, school president for of His special! care Not .

Rosary School Jackson Ule, their academic achieve even they themselves, however
four years of English Ruth tj
bt'nt'Clt-achool library ment. Msusert and Kenneth Adams obstinate and uncooperative

Memorial service and bleu The highest award, the received the English Medals they became, could
Ing of boats May 30. Port Sides Sapientiae Keys were Those who achieved the spoil His design for them

Orange Causeway starting at given to Elisabeth Boyd. Oscar highest grades in three years The return from Babylon
1 p.m.: Chicken dinner Gana and Michael Brunefor which In. was a new and startlir';
social studies
served from 1 to 5 exodus and those who took
pm their I achievement in World I'nited a "
eluded History.
Church of the pail In It were delirious with!
Epiphany spooSOI scholarship and I loyality.I t States History. Principles of "
joy It was not all peachr
Thee names will be engraved merited tf ,
American Democracy
and however The
cream, rebuilding
Day of recollection for on a plaque In the the Pome De Leon As. o'or
of devastate
"women June 3, 9 a m, to 4 halls of Bishop Kenny High semblv Medals KathleenFrsncls a !
homeland haffl.-'
presented :
p m, St Brendan Church, School. and Larkin Fort ,r sometimes tllscouratproblems. ..
Ormond Beach, conducted by Claire Jo Curl and Robert earned these medals .
Father Neil A Sager and Fi Hendry were the recipientsof Julia Shack and Sharon
ther Joseph F Daley. the Mathematics Medals Smith were presented awardsby Jacksonville members attend meetingCatholics That Is why In the serum")

Theater party, "Sound of by the Father Maher the business departmentof slsnta' the repatriates pray
Music" June 9, Our Lady of Council I of the Knights of Bishop Kenny for their accomplishment In Jacksonville and Duval of the "Great Cross" are from left, for ti.1d' continued blessIngs .

Lourdes parish, Dunedin Al. Columbus They maintained in shorthandand County were well represented at the Mrs. Regina Warren, John Priappl. MOberle. Including (he return of

tar Society, sponsor the highest accomplishmentin typing respectively St. Augustine Foundation meeting at Monsignor Harold Jordan the red of their fellowekllfi'Restort SpeakerArthur

four of mathematics.To the Ponce De Leon Motor King and Dan Naughton
Pariah picnic June 1J.Miillippee years A medal for hard work and Lodge Clyde our fortunes. (>

Park Safety liar one senior girl and one diligence in Journalism was Gathered around the striking replica Lard, like the torrents In the T Nelson\ a

boo,. Our Lady of Laude senior boy went the Bishop awarded to Donna \\etbering _.__ ._. ___ __ __ H___ southern desert Although: prominent St. Peteisburj
perish Dunedin' Kenny Medals. sponsored bv ton. r ,.. they go forth weeping. earnIng layman was one of thalwakern
Retreat for June the of Columbus at I'
"women Knights Jacksonville (the seed to N sown The\ at the second, en
15 to tl Academy' of Holy Bishop Kenny. The Basics 1 IAmb HOLY ROSARYA shall rome buck rejoicing
mini, of the StAultu.Une
Names Tamp Science Awsrd wss present' "
These awards fur the high- chicken barbeuue dinner carrying their sheaves Foundation MiNrlnon
ed t. Mike llrune fr tut.
iVdicsMus .f( tewerlngCms I sot svrrsge !II rellgtos were will be held Sunday May 30 The southern desert calledthe
trhlrvemrnt 'Is the e commented th Il t
September I. MittUa fives U ('ar,,1)l Bird andO standing 12 to S p m. at the Holy Ros f' Negev, was and Is notor i iously
field tf science Judy lUskins firest Crosui to be con
.f Ntnibre de WUI l M. .'..,u.- car Gaits try School, 41st and Brent dry But swiMon heave
and Paul Z rd. sine received be til'l' t
tine. wood Avenue for the benefitof rams fill the gullies. with strutted will the
The Archbishop parley I medals far their' etrellmt the school hhrarv iA streams which carry liftfltvIng in the hemisphere and' war:

Dedication of Cathedral of Medals were awarded. to UM cork ls science The dinners will be bens dt waters to the purified eramjelre| with such gr, at

St Augustine December 8 boy and girl tenter wine have. For eitensive research tamerican HO or served In the ha.b:t soil Catholic structures as the!
Eucharistic Congre.. St I attained the highest" averages The Invited. The Jew look to God"
.\ Itistor a medal public is 4Mw statue of Christ of the
Augustine February 20, Pod for the study of four years el was awarded to Karen SM!. .life. living favw to effect Andes the ilasillca nf
Dedication of Votive I Latin This ye.ar'I achievers Eustis among them what will
Church Mission tit Sombre were Klizabeth Boyd and Kit livafl amount to a new creation Notre Dame all l Ht Peter
de Dio St Augustine. April lam RM In recogaition of hwvor MARY Of THE LAKES And their prayer furnishes In Home,
scholarship. leadership The totality of M 'f"r t
17 I'M: f if itipenor' work In the courage
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legion CrtUeenahif. Award hip. me' ltvgef the sea*".. I (1
ws presented te haM Ilor Tuesday evening st I o. -1 JOHN S. RHODES,
F. T. Blount Co. dent and Richard Bennett with May FM. rsxentu f' '
ed prefect presMhnc O FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Pail Keillv, for outsleodwg
new officers installed at < 1y:
FUNERAL DIRECTORS S'luevemenl in design. was 1721 GJUtB.CIIARWATER phone. 444-JOJI
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previous .uac were tf
""'421i I TAMPA 2JMJJ awarded s riUtion of meritfrom .
the fisher Body Corporatiaei lows Manys RigshM.' e ,.d a i+
prefect LUluun KunbasocreUry '.

AIM represented' at this and Mary. riM I'\ Catholic Press guests Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Homo
BASHAW'S tr. New member <
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time were te were reroived Into UM Medal' 9jker st the New Y l, Screllpus l l
for their superior week ty on Sunday afternoon. fistii week of the seventh World C..ngreM of th. TItphe". 114.21IV
Ltonvd M.1..1. -.. l<._d fwv ,.1) *.cto after a May proresaiofl. HOUR AMIULANCE SIKV1CI
and wdivkfttsl. aevessietit of the Catholic I',... was Barbara Ward .1..f1( Jack 74
and the crowsdnc
.......bet Holy N._ 24 hoar bvI."C. MrrSMI <. e/ aa.hiMor e
In some phase } Htee..d Virgin statue bv shown here with Frsnris Cardinal ,Spellmn .
22 Are e South )47 1211 creative ........ awards
Mary McWhorUrTt (left) of New York and lawrence Cardinal
were .beelo e4 on 1< /jovrftalMl e ceremoay wa nonskid, PHONE IT/.7SI4
ed with HenedicUoH of the ..*..an of Baltimore who gave one of the eon

Funeral Home I pall the .",..*.. of ItIe Meet Met**! MT aMf'" anda ventkm's main a4drei. BOZA
I etervrtive secrHarv tt the serial hour in the pariah A. P. RIVIRSIDI''' CHA ILJIO

New Beach Quill 1 ScreH. this. years haU The end nf the year- b.,' "_.__ _.,,_."".",,,.O44444.N.NN54451 H, ARMENIA AVI
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2. H... ""'bvl."C.4 O.yq.a) Service Kirm K..." Frank LMMflnh .. nub with, Vjpt+ t Wa

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other financial matters which Youth
Bishop Kenny
pertain to the entire state

Mike Brune was the captain ,

High School of the four member team NNNNNNNNNNNN111H

from district thrl'l'hlch kt

the 1964-6 academic went on to win the Brain A8 AANAL h1 RA adrpitRtttl t
Brawl a battle of wits con :_ t 'c .r Central Catholic
Year Bishop Kenny's "National
ducted much the same as
Honor Society enjoyed an "
television's "College!: Bowl High School
induction banquet at Strickland's
Town House on May Mike a senior at Itnny.I'll y, t tt lr.r i
11. reports Mary Karen also semi.finalist.a Merit He Scholarship displayedexceptional 9 l artgt 1 1 ydw CLKARW.UKK: New of.

Vrl' eAt ability during the ficers of Central Catholic

this time the new officers contest in the field of matha- High School Para-Medical
Mike Sateia piestdent !l.
matics.At Club were Installed on Mar
:: Chris Walker vice- the last district meetingof m 9 at the annual awards breakfast -
president Donna Shashy, "
the year the Bishop Kenny held at the Holiday Inn.
and Robert
secretary Pippin ,
elected to
Chapter was also Guest speaker for the oo-
treasurer their
accepted respective
fill the post of secretary-
positions.At canton was Dr. John Black.

the banquet the students treasurer for one year. burn who spoke on the importance

were honored to have the Father Lopez of completing one'i

president of their school education and on the careers

Monsignor Mortimer Danaher School associated with medicine and

and the vice-president of High ;.l sdr the medical field.

Kenny Father John McCall. DAYTONA BEACH-Fifty- "It's not Impossible to get

address them. five sl'nlol'l1'111 graduate on t along in the world without a

2 from Father Lopes "iI college education but why
:Monsignor D a n a h e r congratulated 1
High School here. The ceremony + : start out with three and a
the new officer :1'
will take place at St. i. half strikes against you," he
and went on to commend the .
., : : .
members. of the Society. He Brendan Church in Ormond .,... ..., ,. said.Dr.

spoke of them as the future Beach at 8 p.m. Archbishop Jl. \ .;" ," ;,... .s Blackburn went on te

leaders of America the Joseph P Hurley will presideand R;.; ," .'J' ... : : ;.t say that most girls go In for

young men and women who Father Lawrence Cunningham T18' nursing but there are also

would shape the future des : of Bishop Barry Physical educationat 'j openings for them in phar

tiny of the world.Monsignor High School in St. Petersburgwill I I macy. dietetics technologyand

gi\e the commencement volunteer work.

reminded them address.The St. Martha'sSt.

of their greatest possession, annual May processionwas New efflcers Installed were

their Catholic faith and exhorted { hrl.tln.lItrh.l1.: president
them to live hy It* May 16 on the school Martha School In s..... wrestling fraclt and field sports Cjnthla Fabris. ,"cl'.pre.1.

grounds. iota it completing another luectuful have helped build healthy
dictates at all times Father dent; Jennifer Doane secretary
McCall likewise extended his Afterwards, the new !Sodality physical' education program bodies at well as qualities e* t Margaret<< O'Connor

congratulations to both the t officers' were Installed. trill year under the diree- good sporttmanihip. treasurer; and Germalne 51-

new officers and all the Society They are as follows: Kllra-: lion of Coach John Heath (pie May 28 !i. olympic day for i cola historian.

members.At heth {Chlodo prefect; ('har.I. tuned above). students ef St. Martha's. The

the end of the banquetthe lene Mhalen vlce-prefect; Caliithenicl begun In Sep. classes have divided into hams Service awards for hospital
have been carried which will compete in several awarded to
students presented their and Patricia Fagan secre timber service were

sponsor Miss Therese Hill tary-treasurer. through in t daily program for eventi. Para-Medics John McRae ,

both boys end qirli. Compttu Christine Mitchell Margaret
with a gift as a token of their On May 21, the Drama
lion in strip football b., .tb.n, O'Connor Walter Taylor I ,
esteem. Other guests presentat Club presented "Noel Cow
Catholic Lynn Walther! Kathleen Max-
dinner Mrs. Van
the were ard's "Blithe Spirit" The -- -- --- -
field Judith "Niegarth and
sie Anderson and Desmond cast Included! Margaret Jabaly -
Students vie for Jean Wesolowskl.Candy /; .
teacher from School
Waters a Karen llartman Gary High -a

Kenny Other "NIIS I news Includes Reek Barbara Michael Jabaly McCarthy I Phylann awards in CDA T.UrI'pnior awards The wrestling team" at St. the city .t the Florida AAU took second place ;i" the s*a'. earned by striper Jennifer awards Doane were

Marthe'i Sarasota, repretented meet in V.,. B.ech. Th. team with of 52 pointt. Pictured .
the Honor Society annual convention Stherschcl and Diane Mach. contest and scholarships were announced a score Cynthia Kabris. Mary Ellen

held in Miami from May 29 will be class night. poetry for Tampa Catholic from left back row, are .Fuller Judith Holmes Kathleen

April 29 to May 1. Over 7DO<) Various awards will he distributed ST. PKTF.nSBl'RCJ-SchooI: : ; High( school recently. These turn laude. Coach John Heath Bob DiMutie Klemschmtz. Madelame

students representing the to deserving studentsand children from the state of seniors brought special praiseto Barry College During campus elections ; Jack Nichols, Joe Feldman St. Laurent. Donna Walls

various districts of Florida the senior class will read Florida took part recently In their school by their I Cere Dietrlchs of Sanford M..Is Lowell Mil. Troff.r; and Diane Wolff Club semen

were present. The delegatesof their last will and testament. the annual )poetry contest achievements- :\11\ \:511 Bishop Coleman was named president of the middle row, John Heqen Michael awards were given to Suanne

the Kenny chapter along Prior to the award distribution sponsored by the Catholic Mary Alberte received I F Carroll of Miami will preside sophomore class and Kathleen Doyle" : front row, lOll; Thistle Germs, SI cole ,

with their sponsor Miss Hill the Glee Club will present Daughters of America in the commendation for being a here! on June 1 at the Foutenot of Cocoa Beach B'fano David White, Kevin Cynthia Carlisle and Rita

traveled to Miami to attend a state. participant In this year's "National commencement exercises for Kirchner and John Hea+h. Brown.
program was elected to the campulquet'n'
the meeting.! Senior Girl Scout Barry College.
Student Council election The first t division Inducted court.
Representing the senior i roundup Mary Elliott was Among the 94 who will receive

class were Bill Sullivan, Greg were Thursday May 20. Xnlrar' trades, four five and six congratulated( for being<< on degrees are Sister At St. LeoST. TAMPAINSURANCE
officers are: John Collier h.rr.1Stullllg\ of St. Fran-
Sharon Tamargo the honor roll for four
years Joseph Marie Fried helm
LEO; Father Paschal
president; Jeff Selbert, cll.( Assist In Itltlera Reach -
and Mike Brune juniorswere The American Auxiliary
; legion{ SSJ. St. Augustine Shirley
tice-president; Steve Oildea, won first place Nancy Lucrak Haute O S B, of St. Leo College
:Mike Sateia Donna ; Unit:
Scholarship was
Colmenares and Stella Diaz,
has been awarded a .
treasurer and Peter Scherer of Immaculate national
; Conception
Shashy Charlotte eGO p y secretary Illaleah second place: awarded to Mary Caroleh'lannery Tampa; Jane Coumhan St. institute of mental I Fire Auto Life .Ho", er lusnu!
Susan McCloud, Danny Conner .
Petersburg Beach Frances
and James Cockram, St. ; health fellowship for a year HENRI A. MONTEAUMORELANOOLIVERMONTEAU.
and Anne Luvisl. The annual athletic awards 1
Dcmelree. Orlando and Julie
the Joseph, SI, Petersburg, third Fire mirks of achievement of special study at the Ire INCH .
dinner J sponsored! by
At (the contention t 11' eKenny Kenney Lake Wales. versity of Pennsylvania for wLa
to Ear: Gallagher;
place were given { : Wetter Union luildina;
of Columbus (.
Knights was ,
students welted hon. Sister Mane. .
Dean's scholarship In historyand Joseph and this coming year in the department Florida
Men. 229.1911 Tampa,
May 23 at the Holiday Inn
nee Danny Conner was elected Division two Included political I I I science le Miss Coumhan of St John of psychiatry

hy all the delegates to fill West. Bill Peterson head grades .seven eight and nine Iosola I'nlverklty of New Orleans parish will graduate magna family institute.

,the office! of state treasurerfor football I I roach at Florida In that division first placewas ; certificate from If ilia-

Danny the next Is jear.succeeding Greg Slate guests speaker.: University were Approximately in attendance was guest 350 St. Paul's won by in William St. Petersburg F.lliott: of, borough; {Ilillsborough County science Caunty seminar Legion of decency .::, ..' .*.T fM"''".rear.. V 5.rra, :l MARY HELP OF

second place by Catherine honor student honor ralN mnrallr insofar+1' nshh
who senior
Solomon, a Kenny Renior. :Monsignor Irvine NUll' nt Gates of St Francis of Assisi ; rates new movies arepllblllh.e': ; M.aand
occupied that same position president thanked all who roll (for (four years; and valedlclorian i ... .r at50,55.
Riviera Beach: and third .pal ? ?.1.
last As treasurer for the senior class
were responsible for a sue price by Fred Slaughter of St.Jude's 1 Morally objectionable In for all
Danny will be concerned with part
cessful sports year St. Petersburg! Belly Jean Grcmer: has CHRISTIANS CAMPFORMERLY
the collection of the dues of Its'I I I. slay Ha0 a I ,'..1aAn.
and all\ "Dollars for Scholars" Grades; 10, 11 and 12 comprised been on the honor roll for ..nun1..I1ro1 ..f Lund' Maaya..1 lli. H>4 DwtliM. M.
all Florida chapters I'l'eI.rdl'd to .., I II It.
scholarships division three Ellen four besides TH JUT ,. Tip n>. it
years receivingthe ,,,,,,..,., .
several deserving students I < \ l\.ntiir t .f '.k'" fn\, Th V
t 1.1.sa Crow of Immaculata Academ Betty Crocker Homemaker \ ri.nrt.t. Tile I Iof JICIII K.* .",...... T>. I I1..11 ( CAMP DON BOSCO)
Those who received S\IIO:\ ) toward -
yin Hialeah captured first of Tomorrow award w'.rs.ash.ts fight', M.M r.n. arN
I their expenses at the has Iii".., .nl lII.rk I.<. t'T <"r..l., .WXirttr. I
of Teresa also
University! of Florida are place l ; Eileen Murphy llaigerty r'iaapatra JICLoI N...*t. (!Io.'..., For Boys 8 to 14
Mary Immaculate High achieved the honor roll for C_.., "sera: Tti. JKHSOf
Psnn.T Karen llartman and James School in Key West t. sr'ondplact' four years. ( nay Marra, H.v.. ShM..,. 1rev
'; .* Raw H _... SeUtien el Don loice. lecatod
O'Donnell. Those who received PtIInt CpMata w Staffed oiclutivelv ty the en
Conner ; and Susan Bashaw of Linda Johnson received a C..... or th. Ull.. >e CW". IT Flmur Molars. I*. MKTOtHmtntl
$1M:\ ) toward their expense beaut.ful. last lake, a* the euHlir+ ef Tampa. Utine el fKe
St. Paul High School in St. certificate from the Hills- IS Pn,0. It ShMlvtl
at Daytona Beach third borough County science ana Tk. Ta C..a..ama. IJ.ark. IMbt It Mh r,l facilities! ef the Mary Help ef Ociltiem School for Says.
Petersburg place.Holy seminar.
Junior folll'Re'are Arlene IIMII nf tHirkiMi ttt Hirlni roar .IKL Open Sunday, June 2H( tnru Sunday. Auquit Hi i inclusiv.i ..
l>t.rr *f a Kurill Jill 0 +.iul 4nr Tl>. 01 l 0I
Searby Harbaia White. and See A letter of commendation I tear "C i 1-lmmkWnwW n H*>*nlk !<... nTCran : ,i iT )
4. Susan Deitering I t'awraeai. t'v M. and in* euiai.in, JKIJ TI ,
VtTll'.tI I T \' (SO-) from the :National Merit t."'v ear T.,. ...... s f.......... .
Scholarship program rnt toRebecca I Fmm "".... witS Las. ".... .In ,Ito Oas A
ROSARIAN ACADEMY The Holy See and the new <)M VaaraoM CnHti. Out ..wli ....Itt *Tlllrl
African Republic of Zambia Scully along with a Hioe /K Sammy I<,". Hi. RINK:,
ft..MM. ..* day nrheol tor jtliK 1 .. shone *f heaurifalrake have decided to establish diplomatic certificate, from the I Hills- tilt, mi 15a .$..,* lU' m.ilnn .. Mku HJkMHirlnw
Worth. ftridM I I S *ir....lw. Th
eve H lurlte. Fully awfriilrd. Nrwtmlliilii borough County 1lrl'm tk
Zambia is .
relations. '
H RWo. Tan MviMtor tot N* tars JVI
*. AH porta, M.*<<', 11'1. diAiimMn.+ 1111'1'4'1"I by the former British colony of inar: honor roll for four ""...- ...... ,..... Psi4.. if Iaaa .
htttra .f ft. Domialr. Fee rjluloj address: RulMrnr. years and saluUtonan for I Horror ef Part, *... Ml. n.r. T..tll,
KO.1RI1M ACADEMV M MT MI.M BK.ICH Northern Rhodesia.SUMMERLY.. I H*..>* l I. not ...... A jeT Tim* Tr,*...... n. JK
her class
111 uk. a.*.. jiurr T,W,_. II Mr Tur
Nancy Serrano received scertificate Jain ..........* .. CW,. I'sdar Asa ITI
HMM \1.. au1 .....>. ST
: :, from the Hillsborough Jr ..*.... JKV; .l *f I* *.. T
Academy Of The Holy Names I : County science' seminar I I loll..,.' ......,... JIC .... sale IAa.HIKIM.a ,
Mill .. Hit t'H'liit'Onll ', ovaa and Ralph Shirer has at ;. any Wkf* KMT. In Mr Cal Kt.tdIan.
Retie'Mf and day ichsol for ,irl.. Grades one te Kelvt. FuHyacaredited. ', C'M't'1 .UMrt iniHl IrN'ratyh "''", ., .11.... TT,. w5" bus. .. k-. Ht
"let tamed the honor .
roll for fourS ,.. ..... ... ...
includes ..l Its/M line 'AA Leek'n Isl. k. '- JM
/ril 1
Program" : renege preparatory and general w0a0dll.t !t1/vt .a/1111/ cars, *>. H.. Mnir r*..i 1KM: T.*'*..".,. T.UT .M
ceums, mu';'c, art and iporfi. Conducted by Siitin ef th. Holy I,.,v,, ...c11.1... Iu.vL/t Hosemarv Van I..*<. as Mi. ....... HJk ........*. MKI I

N.", ... 3319 ...,.ho,. loulavard/, Tampa, Florida./ G'Ml'MlUM.'... iii.a in* H.Ct"IH.*.,..'. )
turn** cmi ml KIWI
14 M I IIOIIKI tm it-. history and politicalscience I I Mae !. 55. Mi"'4i'*
'rill! ClUHl I'CtWtl' V4 a
'1., !" .!,!. ill' r I I. KKt to Loyola UniversityIn CondrnmrdluhMir.

.10.100, IIp/1' Aft A0/a. 31 I :New Oi leans beetles beinga I Tao WIT ......... en M.
OUR LADY OF THE HILLS sr 51.5001Florida :National Ment !Scholarship "..'....... MEMRrtM ...._'. .A If' WXT "
Air Academy >M way IfI'_
Finalist and being on the --M* TV. tTWFmun
MlltWN III toll M II LwMtUlt Ml .tat
honor roll foi four !*" 0 .M HK-r
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CAMPw. "" '. *... TI-WX S.... MXOTT. T... JKI, .'..
''I"as r..Mo wSt5 540 .add flay..". t I
"...,....$ MJMrn or ...u..H !*.. rill" .
hall Tk. .bear Wta, Iiki
AN INVESTMENT IN. TOUR SON'S FUTURECROSS ,iwnn. n.. SI.h' TI ....... INws..eimMv or'
"U'' a STem ......_ n. X
: w. c. 1'.c. I...... CIr "" .... I"M. F..! $MOO s*. week 'or ...y numb" ** M ... .

.._ u" .*.. Muflrl" *e.*r Mrk fT AH activities; free includ! : Fisk>ft b.ehsq. .
t tn.., Tna IM' .n .......*. \.. *..! MkC ? 1. ea.w.ta9. 1r.s.
{(oc'tJ } swan* .r I... StTi. ..>...' .* r>MI>* bn.b.l pes;.., ee.*i. CM***, .Mai, ce>. er* Ne
A Catholic camp lor boys and girls Ragas .... .f tii* *n... eta JItt,a'. .........
7 16. K a. w., a"gle, n ...- N A.ait.q NTLA. WRITE TO:
to 200
acres, 37 buildings .. Iho IN HEW ORLEANS LA. .. ..". ".. C4tIr4S" ,'.1IIt aut1Ar .
Blao Rldgo Mountains largo -. .,. I Saturtwt. l.a'w avM.r ........ .0 Mary Help' ef Christian School}
A L.*dini( Preparatory School for Boyt 14 son i.MM' IaaaN na.1a. .
pool, mountain lako, with all camping .. rho JIo; ..... C..I .... "LV Pod Office SOl H
activltlos conducted' by the Holy Cross Brother 1,11 I lalaaal 0........_ __ TMi
guldod by Iralntd cousu.lors.Ideal : amikM'., .... Florida 33605AM.
wets MT Tampa
Grades 7.12 both i.-1 salt Akut *>*f S.- IJww ,
BotrJinf ..J
Dty.s .
accommodations for rliltlng paronts. I. r w TlrrMl Tk NeT

Camp pro rid.. plck-ap rrico I. Character Training<< and I toia. rk.a.01 r. 01r ......- TIM,... T_'*.a5ar .. Tea t..ai I I a* ld.., Savdmq Srb..t r..

or from noarosl roll, air bas tormlnnL Christian Doctrines I tu. N i ...... ....... ",. (1..0 L.s.l
Tae rhl....
A camp for YungsUrs to grow..spbit Colic.. Preparatory CcancSupervise < *,..<* was *r ik* .... MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANS SCHOOLA
1M",,,.fi.ny, aallr, hoalthfally. For lllorataro, writ.: Study Periods / a Tart ws1'. V_ J Hemavtte Sd. ter leysAqet

Training in the Fine Am Miina t:>e. -_ w .. O.... ar' .. ..
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Compkt. Athlet ic F cilii
Whiter Addr.e: *c. I Key to SjmboU I Ste.d ett..ey by the Sala ace .f Des Iotc.

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Thoughts theology
on The" Florida Catholic, Friday. May 28,1065
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Council and the world of today addition brings I

of rather Henry J Mlron t
WHEN the Vatican coun lion. This short discussion classrooms inlo use
showed that there was no
reconvene m the
Mil of this year, one of the general agreement at that I ..,...4 tens .11..11) Father John Dluett was master '.
principal document with I Father time on the possibility of a our Catholic schools of ceremonies, Other
which the Council Just war if nuclear weapons Prieeta In attendance
Fathers wereMonslgnor
IIfnr1 J. were t'mplo'Pd. The \\illiam G Neldert'
will be percep.tive
concerned Terence J Far
n schema
Cardinal pastor of St An.
13 (formerly schema 111 regarding 3ltros Suenens urgeda offered the Mass roily, Father Diego Concha
provocative! on
"The Church and the thought upon Father Richard Lyons and
world of Today." The fact of the members of the Council 'and of dedication Parish Father Cyril P I\ e II n e d.
the when he stated that the parents of school
presence of such CPPS
a topicon Church would have participated in the
the agenda of an ecumenical lions and statements of the promote ..
(council an indication of Council not yet clearly discernible peace by its own specific sung in Pnghsh Sarasota
the Church means-not by diplomacy llurlev I con
positive will to ST MARTHAOn
seek tome guidelines towardan One thing, however, Is reasonably sciences but by rousing people's con the congregation May 4, Father Francis
: them that he had
effective' reform of man certain' the Council 1 X. J. Smith Installed' the new
I kind through; a renewal of could not simply remain silent "The building up of prate been as impressed as I Iv elected officers of the St
the Church and its action on if it wanted to show to could not start merely with by the beautiful way Martha Parents Club. A large
the world. the world" that its concerns the question of the rejectionof offered up with the crowd of parents teachersand
the Holy Sacrifice of
are also the legitimate concern nuclear weapons, but mutt supporters In attendance
In a "
seine this in .
schema IJ
..ndIs/ anticipated debate of the Church the People begin la the actual common J song gave enthusiastic response to
1111I rrjslalllze the generalaim of God. Moreover the life of society" addition at *t. .\n a special announcement Along
of the Church even at great risk brings<< the num awaited 1 dream will become -
Church as described It is to be J
hoped that the
by must show that it moves not classrooms to It In a reality In Septembera
". to raul1, \11.| ( only on the level of abstract Council will bend its attentionto In the wing are two of fully equipped' central
with establish" a dialogue theological ideas but also the actual common life I an Infirmary! a library will be opened for students
humanity that the Church moves within of society in its moral discussions I the size of a large faculty and Confrater

In many ways. the introduction the dally framework' of the This Is no easy I I and four fully nity of Christian Doctrine
of this schema presents real world a world whose' task; for some, it representsan rest rooms. members

difficult problems to the theo destiny Is union with God a impossible move by the Father Smith congratulated .
logian and the Council Fathers world, whose lot and present Council. opened In ITfl the outgoing officers'
condition Is shared by the let it must be born In grades and 400 chit and the entire organization
This schema Church. mind that at the present moment :. year a grade has on their work, during this
presents quite at least the Council led. The school is
a different situation from Some of the problems presented school year Funds have been
may well be the only effective 1fIod.'f"n by Precious Wood
having a definite theological for consideration in allocated fur the Installationof
difficulty to deal with such the schema range over the International meeting and under the principal 13 new television sets for
as forum for the reasonable disc Angeline: C.PI'.S.
collegiality or the relation questions of birth control and classroom use; a one year
population cussion and tentative solutions to the Archblsh I to Cardinal
between Scripture and Trsdi expansion nuclear scholarship I
warfare" and disarmament of the many vexing Father Keith Symons Mooney High School for
tOn.Morto enigmas of the !' Hubert Reawn.
\er. the schema modern (culture educationand various !Scout and 411 groups[

seems to undertake the Impossible the development of the honor awards. These are a
in seeking at least state Several of these questions Denies ] II" ? few of the many parent sponsored
practical pastoral guidelinesfor were to be treated separately activities and services
from the which have benefited the
the problems' which sgl general discussion
tale all mankind whose' fu on the Council floor "" school this year and past

ture and peace depend on the The approves years
queitloi .r f maritalethies
Thus last meeting of the
solution of such
the Council problemsIs equipped to Is t t. be handled In Hum CSC) The new : Iii I' year was honored by the presence .

do this effectively M that theflll.1 large commission part by a special papal cal) council schema 13 in no of Father D, C Venti, a

statements of the CounCil reserved for himself and the the Tope proclamation warfare. according to an I visitor from Canala, who accepted
Mill be at the parents' Invitation
least acknowledged Commenting
on reports
of decision press
a .1 the to speak Father Ventl's address .
as feasible plans for problems associated. with this that revised I document
the role of the
was on
the future growth in Justice topic. on The Church in the
In the Church and an
and charity of mankind It Modern World" gives condi laymen .
, must be admitted that this While the Fathers were tonal sanction to the use of understanding of th"r..-
I goal of a possible advance of urged to issue' written con such weapons' the expert- .. new at" The Club thanked
mankind tributmns. on the who asked. Mnnslgnor C L FlslanderV
I through the di<\us- question of not to be identified
nuclear war and dl'aims' labeled this inexact I F' pastor, and Sister MHnsarln .
OSII.. principal
intent. some ditumion, It will "It would be madness," he '
I Daytona Beach be recalled, did take place on aid, "to think that the council II Thanks John Heath was also who extendedto directedthe
the floor
during the last ses- would approve of nuclear expansion of the physical

warfare or that the Joint commission education programDaytona .
UsedFURNITURE redrafting the'
BEACONAmbulance schema would submit such a
statement to the council Fathers Beach

Service BUY and SELL for they would never
are aIM41an accept It' .
255.2406 54 Mint ..Hk .5 ........ The redrafted document .. .. ,..........

does refrain however from II i a. MUMS e, %
Wkol/l. It.t.Colton' PRINTINGtetter condemning the prediction : Will tltvIO AND :
and stockpiling of nuclear i : t :ih' Orl.nd., Father t IIM" 'Nre11(10/,
Appliance. Pr.ii and Offi.( weapons if a nation Judges: G. N.id.rt CffJ '. ...... I

tttltft sattm Mtl interim Nl *. Couchman, Print;no, c. that under given circuro- k Paulo, his par ," .".,| were .I.

.il c....,4I ..u, mm I. awl. err eonqratulattd. en th.>, M.
253.39e1BEAR'S CL ?.4214 'OlMafnoTa: Sy Catholic press build'n' teems t. the ich.el. ..w wN

Italian, and America Feed Truth, freedom examined at congress u.

Well Drilling Op,** S '.M. 'r1 "II '.M. /It_..... (,.. N15 .... wise the minister of liberty pie of God, and whereas nels through- which the members .

Sprini'tr; SyiHmsPwp 1 I''q"tt F.c1.Fa; lions of the (atholK press and you are assured of thedearest there win .not be an Informedpeooie of the family of God
lac'king hi these requirements wrterttaadmg. and of God unless the mem. each with" his own sphere of i ".'
Rp:rt Closed M Kd.yl He rwnptotoed that during( Miptnrt of s<.ators with the' ben of the Church recognire competence and responsibility ..... 11 1 ..... h....
the past year shocking. responsibility in this field their nnslbilrty to seek -- may Implement" these prln, .. .. a, .h..
SAN REMO I. I M..4ar
irrevrrrnre has appeared lathe wfcen aaaert the the / ,
GraeniNdI ye proper truth, sad exercise their clples \I no s Iu4uIn
RESTAURANT Catholic press rights of truth m the pursuit right to express themselves Itithop Ernest: J, 1'rlmeau .%. s. r.. NI
I Y.U2.2171.., 1290 SO ftiDGEWOOD+ He aloe cited! InrMrMt 01 ef .Uborty freely. on the Issues confront' of Manchester who explored, r '".11tai's '"...

",''m'.1| hlMale. aegalltecrllklim The gilding .bear.M In the IM the Church and the world ttte subject of freedom and u.Lf. .

CL 2.1357 aid "am. Karl dlirvtiUot! crop ice "I",..." today. .stow therefore be it resolved authority, saw the tension between !!.r.:1:: \(
ling<< eiamplra ri"Mat Ion sot able laallenabl rightsllreiird them as a normal de .
.at; .f tkarlly ball Jutlire,"' by I'.,. Jake \\lllI That C.tholkrrHI Assoc velopmefit He said this board Fulibau'
I I. his l elation members In a spirit 'tension Is nothing evil or 255.3681 ,.s,1abl.
tltclkll I arem InTerrlsi
Seyfo-a i.r ': 0..wnd .LI Throughout their Hard grappling of solidarity. and with, a sense dan'l'ru..I". but "a hallmarkof 127 N.. ..1.".,. SIP .. 400 ,_tit
.e i ,,_. .., I. -d;: ( ( N.w .... with. Ute proMem of of the Churchenerrue. patienre >'ha!lenge. maturlt grog
111.mi v> 47T-72I7 frect m the world <'alholtcournali 'The right In freedom. In charily. and poilieffort >' rr s, entti,iMaim and a sense
) !"U could find cmtoUtmn searching 'fur truth and in In providing those r flan of r'''* a" lay and Sel L.." Me.., '.p.:t N... esd Used

Steaks-Chops-Sea/cods/ Open II :30I I 1:30: I'ope Paul m a VI i*.eec. from expressing and rommunii" atMg SIEGFRIED APPLIANCES
one s opinions and II.!) r

The rornbUM Man Of rIPI M let snfemed truthfully .'- I4r' tr .p.l" ... .1.ln !*.... dry*"u.hIg*,...,,...nlsinq machinesI
truth and liberty" Is Mat .to about public f\ Hlh
VOLUSIA GARDEN SUPPLY i',. Marts of all rbrtttia. were PMTUSMS' quoted Ano1I.,"r UU'OO bleep Sewtlt .f Gfmada en u.s. I

t thr r''>eitiff Mid The Churcfc, was the ....Ian from the "
1! D.54oea's) OUtlt end l.rf ttt the minister of trill.s/ Me. ttitutiM n> the ('hur' h III) '1

Garde end ,.t Svpp'yCe emffcasts tke need rOo' an MATERNITY TOGS

W"t1' Sh.ppieq" ; .f Pt-e... CU 2S)4 Mildred's Informed people. of OjdIn "Bellai PUza"
ronrludmg lit t.." .- I,
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Elwell saysNegative F.1&ht The Horida: Catholic Friday May tt, 1W5

criticism of Pope fells// audience joy of

schools unwarranted soul is mark of Christian

\',\l1C\ (ir\ (NCJoy) is the characteristicand
rJlII.\ntl.rIlH: (: ) LiturgIcal formatIon and
indispensable mark of Chrwtian life and a state of
ecumenical activity, while valuable in themselves, ate not )
grace, Pope Paul told a general audience in St Peter'abasilica
reasons for neglecting Catholic schools, auxiliary BishopClarrn't' ,I .
1 ducec In the soul raised to the
of Cleveland ) i
E Elwell Mass in the Cathedral of Sts o .
A Christian can be devoid level of supernatural life

has told some 2000 Peter and Paul of everything else; but (Gal 5, 22))."

persons hereSpeaking Koman Cat h nIl t' High If he is a Christian united to
!School stands( said Rislmp 'I God in faith and charity, he Alluding to the cibvloos joy
!: at a !Solemn! Pnntifical among the groups gatheredfor
HwHI, who Is (leveland diocesan can not be devoid of joy
Ma i* commemoratingthe the audience, the Pope
school superintendent, The Pope reminded the
75th anniversary of the said such joy i Is appropriate
as proof of the /good that a audience on :May 19 that this
founding!: of Roman Catholic to any encounter amUK
Christian layman ran accomplish was one of the recurrent
High School Bishop Flwell Christians, ""hlrh rails forth
by seeing a need of the teachings of St Paul. 'Re
contrasted "u criticism" of Catholic schools (hiirch bv refraining from peatedly he reminds us of the Lord,"
useless I negative criticism, our obligation! : Rejoice in
with the generosity Philadelphia t of. and Instead setting about installation ceremonies for W Thomas Larkin, pastor; Father Daniel Japour president : Mrs Hol. the Lord always; again 1 say, "It seems to us to he a J joy

Thomas E Cahill whose will be quietly to do something to the parish Guild of Christ the Kingin Bowles, and Father Jaime Lara; lis Crisp, first vice-president; Mrs. rejoice' Phil( 4, 41. And he prompted by knowledge and

layman funds for establishing remedy It. Jacksonville, the women heard front row, Mrs, John McCarthy, Jack Morgan, second vire.president makes us understand the rear feeling of being Catholics! a
the school It IS the first free "\\hrn Thomas E: Cahill father Richard Bowl .., guest past president; Mrs Erwin Mennmger : and Mrs, Robert McGill, past son for it. to discover its Joy we need always to cultivate

central Catholic high ichool realized the need for free pffaker Also attending the ceremonies secretary; Mrs Marvin president source the joy of the soul is and becomes which her (In St.Peters ,

in the United States.Archbishop (Catholic secondary education were, from left, back row, Himmelbert, treasurer; Mrs. JohnG the primary effect after ) easier,
more satisfying more
John J Krol ofPhiladelphia he secretly set himselfa Father Timothy J. Allman, Father Regan, Installing officer; Mrs, charity of of 12 fruits that maM'e10uiIt'rlft the able of becoming a ipecif cap
the goal of amassing the money
( celebrated action of the Holy S pint emotion.
which on his death could :: ;
form a trust to build and endow 'Deeply Involved' < In thlfphenomenon
Willing workers said needin r t.a of spiritual JOY "
Wants seminary a school for that purrpose th.
." he said a 4 Pope Paul c continued "Is
"Would that hit '" 'r exercise of your faith and the
shining example
designin parish Holy Name + f +
courses on ) would lead some of Society 1 t goodness which makes you

our modem very vocal and ,, s grasp as In a rlsion mad
:M-W 1OKK: ,, tangible and evident to the
! architecture at times extremely critical 'What the Church requires more it v le r

Catholic laity to see how every day is not the Idea man no much as the willingworker. a e l senses that here at the tombef
SOITH oniViE: (SCAD ) r
the 'tt'r-I. the.center
much more can be accomplished Not no much the lone wolf an the man who can P" ,
has suggested
and God willing the
by unobtrusive but and will offer his talents. in '
hers that courses on architectural pO lhand constructive action group activity"This c j, s .2 ; R6. core of devoted service to
design!! be added to than view of the layman's role in renewal was ex- h/ those supreme values of
hv a negativismthat
seminary curriculums, pressed by Father Kugr-ne: unity, truth charity andgrace
wounds discourages
a for the to
way Bishop w
Arthur Rigolo:: of Clifton, and eventually impedes progress C, Kane, diocesan director communicate directly with "hlch'I on. can givesi

former president of the New ," Bishop FIneR de of the Holy Name Society the laymen of his diocese" prem happiness to the,

Jersey society of architects, dared in Cleveland, writing in the "The Holy )Name; Society Is t ,,) human hearts"Subscribe

said architectural instruction Turning I to suggestions, Holy Name Journal, pub. prepared for every task set
seminarians is
for necessary
made hv some Catholic lished here before it at a result of the
because most clergymen! face
at writers that the present prob. Father Kane pointed out changing needs of diocese or w nowJACKSONVILLE
a major building project
least once during their careers lem of extending athnlle that gieat stress has been parish Our membership in .""", nnu"\un,","
education to all children tan placed upon the renewed Holy Name the Priest Assumption Guild Installed

he solved by advancing the vision of man as a member rector said, must be as men

Bigots! spoke to some INI liturgical movement Bishop of Christ mystical body, let who see the purpose of this Monsignor Harold F', Jordan, pastor lam/ J Barrett, treasurer, Mrs William .

clergymen and architect at Hwell: said: ui not forget one thing!:: this group activity, its necessity of Assumption Church in Jack8on1I1'tlcomPI Maloney second vice-president. ;

a recent svmposium at Selon "Ihe liturgy. it Is true, Is means "every man in the and its" benefits to the v. the new officers of the pariah Mrs. Edward Towey first vteepresi. I

Hall Inlversitv as part of the the /tl''at'hlde of religious Chinch: Church guild: from left Mis C. C. Lewis Jr,, dent: and Mrs, Joseph A Morrow, installing .ILT '

Interfaith festival of religionand formation and even of information He noted that the Holy] National headquarters of president, Mrs Edmond ONeill officer. r"-1.
the arts But there are some Name Society had room for the holy Name Society at Hl .I.; ..;...
1 Eat Blth\ Street, New York, ; Monsignor Jordan, Mrsil I
things it cannot do, and it Is every man and was an Ideal
"Good architectural design
!New fork 10021' has also published IttPJ
vehicle, hew problems of the
does not necessarily take moremonl'Y precisely for these things!: that !
," liigolo said "Pov. we need Christian schools" day can be solved by mdivi a Program Work Book p ..e..w+.+a-.we. __
which for -- - --- -
Of pioMsaIs| that Catholic dual a'tuIthe Priest noted, suggests!!!: ways
is not sinful but thechrapnl'ss
fOrty Pornography, education of pili! lob units to put the Ideasof R t D'A 1'OO i7s'i'r
of basement schools should be closed\ and 1tvy S ,
lather Kane into action ..
substitutes church the children] ) sent to public the young. race elation, +
In i iic
school systems for ecumenical "o\l'r'ty-all of these requite
architecture is profane f)4SAMSAL
purposes, Bishop Hwell: group/ action, and the parish Building gift w Jj3U
RiRolo: asserted that "the held] that "the sacraments Holy] !Name Society has room ST. Wl'IS (Nt-lhe) Mon. a1C

imitation of dead styles ofaJ''hIt.ture alone do not supply the for every man married, santo Company charitable -.-

than fake"Is He nothing added more: knowledge: and habits necessary tingle, widower, blind and In. fund has given( liOOXX,( )() to !St. a u.,.... "I'*rf|I.>,. ...if._...l e.I.. la( ..1,..4,"..&,.
a ( *) V 1MIII
for I.'rlecltecumenical urn Louis University to help construct JoNplt MarIU, t.Ar,
'If it is not contemporary( action" a chemistry building STIAKSJACWONYUI1
The Society It the vehicle ..... 353.7419
architecture, it is not archl "A Christian school Is a the universitvs planned new hA so M yl.M4K
to extend the influence of (he > .11. JJ4 W, F.i 4h !t. I
lecture at alIt/ is archeology In thetotal
The i
necessary component; 1'rlckt science center gift
parish said Father)
or a fake, The Hous 1 of Godis process of pirpaiation'for Kane, brings to $1 million the total

the house of truth; not the ecumenical and apostolic( Monsanto Company contribution t Il HNCJ1Thunderbird
place for falsehoods, activity, he said, "The Diocesan Union pio- to this project termites

Rigolo has designed several

.winning churches in lvorl ((
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.,. 1II. Council to act on coNSTaucyloN I co.; JOURNAL OF A SOUL

.r'-...- : u3' \ Taking office: father and son N
) schemas revised Nr.y21w14Isby ;; :;
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.s ALUMINUM' I- Joseph Starennkl Sr, left, In the Thomas Larkin, .pastor. fur Joseph
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MORNING STAR SCHOOL Missionary effort said Nine The Florida Catholic, Friday, May 28,1965: :

The Morning Star School

for handicapped children more than P Mass guideSUNDAY
Women's Auxiliary held their necessary ever P

the annual Orlando luncheon May 20 at VATICAN CITY (NC) -The missionary responsibfl. III 11 > I_ May 30

Country Club. Ity to communicate God'e of the Allw "' F Sunday after Ascension
Jlri. Charles Blackton Intnv message Redemption to EJ
all !la (Mass of Gloria
duced the more urgent and than Sunday ,
guest speakers, Father necessary ever Pope Paul ( ..
Vincent E. Smith who VI has told officials of the Pontifical Missionary! Societies 1 Creed, Preface of Ascen

spoke on the "Ecumenical ana or the Missionary $1 1 i a don>
Council" and Sister Elizabeth Union of the Clergy. God has desired that His design MONDAY May 31
for salvation, be Blessed Virgin Mary
Marie director of the Speaking last week to the entrusted f
school, who thanked the women general superior counselor, te preaching and the conduct Queen. (Mass of feast,
01 the Gloria, 2nd Prayer of St.
of the Auxiliary for their national) directors and consul. apostolate by chosea
men, the Petronilla, Creed, Prefaceof
cooperation during the year, tors of the No organizations shepherds and ml.
and spoke of the accompbah.ments from Spain Portugal Belgium sionaries. Blessed Virgin)

and needs of the Holland England, The ancient formula TUESDAY. June 1
still I Is
de Mend
St. I
school Angela
France and Italy, the Pope current: only In the Church
For (Mass of a virgin not a
volunteer said that missionary effort to- is there salvation, he added.
service to the school, gold day is more than martyr Gloria, Preface of
pins were awarded to the fol before because necessary "To have discovered values \ Ascension)

lowing: Mrs. Henry Teita, "Relations among men of which are found In non-Chris- T.\L: WEDNESDAY June 2
Mrs. John Cavezzl. Miss Han religions, spiritual and
Mar. the world have grown, be- (Mass as on feast of Ascension
jory Loughran Mrs. Leah cause crises of conscience human values worthy of every Gloria, 2nd Prayer of
Wldeman Mrs. Elizabeth have developed in because respect to have glimpsed In Sts. Marcellmus, Peter and
men, -
Rooney Mrs. Loretta Bazant the need to discoverthe these values a mysterious M Erasmus Preface of Ascension
and, Mrs. Vern Carre. true of predisposition toward the or, St. Marcelll-
sense life has dteloped
Newly elected officers of ,' and there have full light of Revelation does nus. Peter and Erasmus
the auxiliary are: Mrs. Ed. the possibilities grown not authorize the apostolate Mass of feast, Gloria Preface
ward Hurt president; Mrs. on the part and of responsibilities those of the Church to atop," he g of Ascension

Frank Roark vice.president; who possess the of said.While I THURSDAY, June 1
Mrs. John Colby recording Re\elation to message realizing that Cod Mass( lion feast of Ascen
secretary; Mrs. Frank Flynn it to all" communicate has other means of saving beyond 4 non, Gloria, Preface of Ascension
Ii _
treasurer; and Mrs. Ralph the light of Revelation ___ .i
Kazaros corresponding sec Pope Paul declared that the Pope said this does not FRIDAY June 4
retary. mean that "sons of the light View sacramentals at St. John Vianney open houseT St. Franels' l Caracciolo.
are permitted to leave It to Preface
Authority upheld (Mass of feast Gloria

Palm Bay God Himself to work out His J. Hyob, .t right, acted] nay pirlth |tall week. 'Invitations grounds t. ire Hi. displays. Unitiofl of s.cr.mont 'ls. of Ascension.)
COLUMBfS, Nebraska hidden of salvation of trie /lecturers SUl'RDAY June IVlgtl
economy II one many at were answered n over $1200 This b Ilitonin ,
IT. JOSEPH (NC).=-Ecumenism, '! must not ." the epn house ;in St. John Vi.... peepl tame te the parish reap ) on M< u.l Twenty. .Protestant.l millil". .,." of Pentecost (Msss

linda Masses at St. oe auo ea to Interfere with ,... I ". "" .... ....- .... ., Inn 01. w 11 n repres.nrarlves of feast, Gloria, Preface of
Joseph Church will be at 7, I "the gulling yardstick of authority -- f com to the open house In Or. Pentecost.)
and 10 a m. Weekday Masses ," the supreme knight w Swim meet heldlorOrondoschool !Undo. There we,. 200non.Cotholit .

are at I a m. on Monday, of the Knights of Columbus quad*. "Our Flower sty It for ye iH
Tuesday, Thursday and told the 61st annual state K. / BLOSSOM TIMEFLORIST I
Saturday In the Church; 1 of C. convention here.

a m. on Wednesday in the John *'. McDe\ltt of New children by K 01 C AQUINO'SSERVING

convent: and 8:45 on Fridayfor lInen, told the knights that R- -r- r THE 2510 S. Orange lloMom T,.

school children. even though many externals ORLAM> -Ovet 123 boys FINEST ITALIAN FOODS 424-4722 Nit. GA 1-B24T
are changing<< in the Church .pw s and 132 girls from the seven DINNERS FROM
her teaching authority remains local parochial schools
participated 4)0 PM. to 11:00: P.M.
ORLANDOWINTER the same. "We must in the fourth annual LOUNGE HouseofKeef
reaffirm our loyalty to that swim meet conducted by Our
220 Orlando Av... W P.H.y. .
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$17-92 Ml 1.1500Gary's
PARKELLIS "As w. open windows to let SIM of the Knights of Colum
in the fresh air of ecumenism

," h. declared ""e must wt 11 bus.The events for the sixth Vw

be ever cautious that "e do t trade and under, seventh and Duck Inn OrINIVUf a Mr. wr

nothing to harm the guiding eighth grades were the backstroke oils la a 'aUL toll 155 .,,.tzar

yardstick of authority" breaststroke, butterfly .run 04075,15,., 1"OOIl AstwSI5aPA Ar5 DAY STEAK. ..

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-1' 2011'/', So. Or.", Ave to provide information on parish or- stationed to answer any questions and sixth grade and under M freestyle t Florld's OnlyFAIRCHILD I

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Tea The Florida Catholic Friday, May 28. 1D65:

-- Historical I l'l'Foundation t Maitland

Fr. Higgins invites laityto research r t f ,r addition

make summer retreats
praised dedicated

(r.Rtlna.4 from po l. .".> quarters on the campus.
chairmen will be listed later The procedure for reserve irontlnn.d fr.m pa.. .n.1 (('..tI.... ,... _. ....
tlons provides for sending to Into which it has fallen, from weak
on.> quered by a unenthusl
the executive secretary, P. 0 the icorn to which it has been astic and partial spiritualism.
Men of the St. Petersburgarea Box 10051, St. Petersburg, a subjected sometimes in educated
are expected to arriveat deposit of six dollars, indicat circles," Archbishop If we are only Jiving ftp

St Leo, Friday, June 4, to ing weekend of choice or see Hurley said. service to religion, If we are
begin the retreats at the a parish captain, whose nameis "And we need to rescue, only externally religious if
Abbey. The area covered by listed in each parish. Full too, religion which came to we are only members ef a
this weekends retreat in charge for the weekend is $16 us with patriotic endeavor.And religious (club we are going
I eludes parishes in St Peters Checks may be made out to we need to rescue religion to ge under before the zealous

burg, St. Petersburg Beach, Lay Retreat Association too, from that whichis enthusiastic and almost
Pinellas Park and Gulfport All retreats start at 6 p.mon worse than obloquy that frenetic attack ef those who
Father Jude Dowling C.P. Fridays and are over at 12 which is indifference," he are dedicated te a cause, the
said cause of total materialism
will give the first two retreats noon on Sundays Father Higgins w r ,
Foundation and atheism.In .

man to
for men The second urges every
weekend at the abbey, June spend one weekend with Goda to assume the mantles the building of character
of heralds and bards the
11.13, will be for Tampa, Mac. weekend to make one a which Is so essential the
Dill Air Force Base Brandon better Christian, a better Archbishop asked that they child must have triple sup
Ruskin and Temple Ter parish member, a fishermanfor also become missionaries on
port must have the
men's souls, behalf of the Mission and the support
race residents. Foundation. of his home first of all.
(Father Higgins will reporton The retreat movement In M He must have the support of
the other forthcoming retreats the United States for laity Tell five others"I r his school and he must have
in coming Issues of has grown from one retreat the support of his Church.

The Florida Catholic.-Ed) house in 1901 to today when should ask you first of When all three of these cooperate
The West Coast Associationhas every state has at least one, all to tell five of your fellow then that child is
six area directors: Henry except for two states parishioners, just five, five built on a firm foundation.
Harker, St. Petersburg area; This year, every parish in each day, of what St. Augustine Archbishop Hurley con
F. E. Hum, Tampa area: Bill the West Coast Laymen's Re. means. It is not merelya gratulated Father Hubert J.
Kuhn, Sarasota area: Brice treat Association has a representative city it Is not merely a Reason and his parishionerson

LaLonde, Lakeland area ; name, it Is not merely even their new school addition.
James White, Brooksvillearea The officers of the West just the name of a great intellectual Chaplains to the Archbishop
and Henry Wheeler, Coast Lajmen's Retreat Association saint members meet at St. Augustine Motor LodgeDining in the day's ceremonieswere
Clearwater area. this with Mr Father Keith Symoni
year "But It Is the of the
President W. R. Brown of Brown, president, are A, L, Church in the story world em together last Sunday at Augustine. In the foreground, Thorpe, a Cathedral parish group and Father Michael F Troy

the West Coast Associationsaid Kovach. vice.president) Dr, since It was founded by our the Ponce de Leon Motor Lodge in above, are Mr. and Mrs AI Shepp from St Augustine. At right, behind Father Terrell F Solana as

that plans at are each made weekend for P. L. Sheeny, vlr.prsldt'nhJ. Divine Holy Redeemer. St Augustine are the members of left, and Mr and Mrs Frank the Cilento couple In. Dan A. master of ceremonies
at least men E. Gazdak treasurers; and Priests who attended the
program. The grounds of M, L. Parker, executive sec "Tell that story to five the St. Augustine Foundation Cilento of Orlando. Behind their Naughton, past president of the dedication t Included l Men-
the college are beautiful with retary. each day tell them the which hag as its purpose the fostering table can be seen" C. E. Coomes diocesan" union of Holy Name Societies signor Charles A. Bartok, Father .
new walks, landscaping and story of St. Augustine Tell of monuments and research (white haired man) dining with at a table with other Foun Diego Conesa Father
dining in the new MacDonald These retreats are open to that story at your parish connected with the founding of St. Joseph Avtkard and Edwin dation members from Jacksonville William L. Stabler, Father
Center and a golf course has non-Catholics, and every year gatherings" the Archbishopsaid William 0 Neidert CPPS
.. .
been added for those coming several_ attend Just_. write -- --- ana canner.L Cyril v. Kennedy
early or staying late. St. Ed. P o Box loosi) st, mers CPPS
"It is a moving story. It Is New Irish
ward'i Hall will be head burg, for information. I magnificent story, It is a Three schools hold Bishop The new addition was constructed .

story of substance, of form.It VATICAN CITY I (NC) by Demetree Builders .
Is a story that nourishes at Fred G, Doles Jr. was
Pope raul'I has named Fa.
a time when perhaps we-of the architect
secular ther Anthony McFeely to be
iFoundation's this modern age- !'
Special malntalnance ffa-
when we are religiously first graduations Bishop of Riphoe Ireland.
turn were Included In the
and spiritually undernourished The Bishop-designate was building such as hollow metal
and we are in danger of born on February, 1909, and doors and frames glaredwall
fainting way," he and saidParish,falling by the Onllniir fr.m ,... ."'.1reported High School faculty, will give High School reports that attended, the Mavnooth Irish College Seminary In resting<<; and circulating

on the preparationsfor the address at the sixth annual Monsignor John F Wells of Rome and the University! of hot water system.

goals"Let the first commencementat commencement for Father Winter Park will address Sarasota Fnbourg in Switzerland He Children of the school attended .
Tampa. Sisters of St. Dominic Lopez High School. area graduates It will\ was ordained in 1932 and t the ceremony In

you, too, be the heroesof of Adrian, :Michigan, Monsignor Charles A, Bar- be the fourth annual commencement served as a seminary professor school uniform and lined the
this glorious saga which Is staff the school along with tok, president of Bishop l for Mooney High until named a pastorin walkways forming a guardof
t the history of St Augustine. diocesan. lay teachers and Moore High School Orlando School.Throng Strabane in 1959. honor for the Archbishop
n It will be a wonderful thingif has Invited Maitland's Father
a you take into your hands, Monsignor Mullally will be Hubert J. Reason to speak at w- ,

with your pastors, the pro presiding over the first grad the 10th annual commencement
motion of parish pilgrimagesto uatinn exercises of Melbourne on June JFather .
this Most !Sacred Acre in
Central Catholic High School Thomas Burns
all our American land," he f, s tIL
of Santa Fe
when he gives the diplomas president
urged to seniors there on June 2. School in Polk County, has
Archbishop Burley com Father Peter C. Dolan, school invited the principal of another
pllmented the historians In president" !Sisters of St. Fran diocesan high: school
the Diocese I "our little cis of Allegany, New York, Father Philip E Halstead to
group of writers of whom we and lay teachers and diocesan address the Lakeland area's
are very proud" calling\ j
Priests are on the second graduating class Father
president them this corpus scriptorum school's faculty. Hahtead is principal of
of ours" school I. Bishop Barry High School in
Some of the presidents
the ,,'rltt'TS.both
He asked that ,
BL Augustine Foundation president, Mon. and principals of diocesan St. Petersburg y
Priests lay people,
signer James" J. Heslm of St Paul's Jackaonville for dlstnbutlon high schools have announced Bishop Barry and Notre
publish a pamphlet
Beach, takes a look at the restoration work being to the people of the the names of speakers Pa me students will hear Father
Michael V. Gannon Ph D.
done at the Cathedral of St. Augustine during a Diocese He asked that the for their commencement
of st. Augustine as a speakerat
tour by members of the Foundation. The tour was Foundation members "be the programs:
conducted by Monsignor John P. Burns, pastor, ones to take that In hand" Monsignor Mortimer Danaher graduation r
and the architect George W. Stickle of St. Augus president of Bishop It will be Barry nigh I
tine. Center blessedMEXICO Kenny High; School reports School's ninth graduation and
that Father Frank M Mouch Notre Dame tint
( ) will address the graduates In
communications media must A member of the faculty of
Jacksonville at the 13th an

be put at the service of God" nual commencement. Clearwater Central Catholic __
declared Archbishop Miguel High School Father Michael -
Monsignor Irvine Nugent"
Darlo Miranda of Mexico City J. Larkin will address the Greater Catholics interested
president of Father Lopez Tampa
as he blessed the newly erected graduates Father Bernard F.
High School, announced that
National Centre for Social Father Lawrence Cunning Dittman school pr.ldl'nt.has Cnralng to St Augustine from the Noble and John Sultenfuns\ Not shown
Communications here reported Father Larkin
Said to be the first organization ham would speak at St. Brendan's is assistant principal. Tampa Bay area to attend the Found in photograph are Mr, and Mm.
of Its kind in Latin on the night; of gradua The graduation will be tion meeting are from left, Charles Arthur T Nelson, who also attended

America, it Is composed of departments hon school for students.the Daytona Beach Clears ater's second annual Hervl Mrs. William Noble, Edward the second annual mating of the die. I

for the press ra commencement Scott Charles Maraciano, William ceaaa Foundation.

die, motion pictures, the stage Father Cunningham, a Father Joseph P Moran
and TV. member ef the Bishop Barry president of Cardinal Mooneythe --
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