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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 18, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
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50 no. a year[ former -]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
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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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CatholicVOL by Pope ; warns moderns


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By Father John P. Donnelly

PISA (NC) Speaking to a world dazzled by the

XVIo.. SS Orlando Florida, Friday June 18, 1965 lOG exploit of science Pop Paul VI challenged It to accepton
faith the doctrine of the Eucharist, surpassing the

capabilities: of the scientific: mind.

His platform was Italy's National Eucharistic Con.

Irish missionaries gross, whose theme-God with Us-he transformed Into(

an eloquent discourse on the mystery of Christ's presenceIn
the Blessed Sacrament

His stage was this ancient city of Pisa renowned

ordained for DioceseSpecial Its scholars and scientists among them the '
Galileo to whom the Pops
attended Pope Paul's
paid publIc tribute.
celebrated in the
open on
With deliberate gravity I raised platform between \
correspondence Irish nlth'uho have come Pope Paul bore witness to the 11th-century cathedral s b
Ordinations in three places last Saturday and Sunday throughout the Church's history doctrine of Christ's sal J 12th century baptistry. s
added five more Priests to the rank. of the Priesthood here. Priests from Ireland presence In the Eucharistwith
In the Diocese of St Augustine The ceremonies will have long contributed to "the complete assurance With the leaning bell J
standing at a 1 H foot tilt,
the growth and development
bring to our shores from Inland the which our apostolic teaching
following; new complex of monuments r\
of the Church in Florida.
office authorizes to
us
Priests: pro a panorama of white .
Father James B Caverly. This It the 400th annl friary fn-In fact obliges us"He combining elements of I \
did this the Pontiff
Father Patrick J. Flynn. year of the founding of said: Romanesque, Gothic and \
Father Flannan Walsh St. Augustine, Florida, and man architecture '
Father Bernard Dooly. these new Priest will arrive .'T. strengthen the practice among the world, finest. .
la Florida In time 1 le participate & of f thin authentic devotion,
Father Patrick Sheedy. During hit homily, I h
In historic remembranceof nourished the and
bv Gospel
Next Sunday more Prlf'.lIill be ordained In Ire- the four centuries of the theological doctrine and Pope hailed the "prhllp<< .
<<
land for the Diocese of St. AugustineThis Faith In Florida to dissipate a few uncertain- land (1111 Pla) where I J / ,

jear'i claw members, already ordained sent ties which have arisen In recent art and culture" for I ,
have been united In
their first priestly blessings thil'k to all In the On page five. The Florida times from the attemptto with faith
llloceae... Catholic is pleased to publish give an elmhe Interpretation friendship In a n f\
pllt'f'1111 others tn the biographies that help Introduce given expression
Four ef the new Priests U the traditional and aathorltatlve menus ef I r. m p I r. b A\".
centuriei-old noble traditions to readers the new diocesan doctrine of the ....., .
completed their studies at St.PatrlCk'l beauty and wisdom" "- -
established in the Diocese by Priesti.Fr. Church concerning matter
a
College in Carlow Father Mediator
The other one was ordained t ef inch Importance." From the citiwii of Holy sees

In Thurles after completingthe The Pope's almost ominous Tuscany and the ,surrounding where cities' hop Emanuele Clarlrlo, and strongholds of the Junta and rebel

work leading to thePriesthood phrasing suggested his preoccupation has a strong foothold | to the Dominican Re forces Archbishop Clarizlo has been
at St. Patrick'sCollege
in Thurlei with the danger of Pope asked for the Pope Paul VI a map of prominent in trying to end the trouble
heresy In the area of Fucharlstlo of Santo In the
in the Faith "which city Domingo Republic
Father Walsh Father theology Though: he did fashioned your history Into a neutral rector
Flynn and Father Caverly a'r not specify. some observersfelt brought about your glory' .
were ordained ea Jane It lathe f it was a reference to recent
'Sons of love
Cathedral .r( the Assume efforts many by competent Christian Faith Tuscany of thin secret' Nuncio reports on crisisin
theolocians/ to conform
tine at Carlow. cf
leged and blessed land souls

Bishop Thomas Keogh D D. H'Fr. with the new phrasing scientific of Interpretations doctrine yours, the Faith of )' with Dominican
saints\ the Faith of the Republic
of Klldare and
LetghUn
er- of substances such' as .
..
t '
spirits whose Immortal
darned th.m.Arcbbllhop. ewaA bread and wine.
..1+ ory Is celebrated today ai what \Ills fly Patrlik Klley
Thomas Morris The
Pope'a four hour Malt
of Caihel ordained the i June 10)) to this city of the the pttl-Gllllf'O. moment which VATICAN CITY (.NC) The apostolic nuncio ta the
pin and Dante. the Faith
Priests from St Patrick's Lean.ng: Tower described of rebellion-plagued Dominican Republic MM that persons'
fathers Work to make cniirag
College In Thurlei The ceremony fit a': 7 ai "pastoral' and sour a frank and living Faith these "either coming from abroad or taking orders from

stitch marked the ordination without normal protocol, da) and tomorrow the modern abroad have been trying to transform an Internal depute
of Father Doolytook turned Pisa's ant lent winding! for your children at Into an International conflict r>f Ideologies."
place at f a m., June 11 streets and vast cathedral Pope' Paul expanded the of the Archbishop Emanuele CUrlsio told! the NCNVC News

In the Cathedral of the Assumption James B. Caverly Patrick J. Flynn square Into a t::rrjlt vitation to all "men of .. to a Service: "I have a strong Impression. that the problem'
at Thurlei. An :: '
estimated 3TO ono .
Father Sheedy. a Carlow.trained r pe FI.l f.nluq" He continued: her procla" re could he" solved almoMt Immediately were It not for Infiltration .

Priest was ordainedat "Fit your attention ell \ .," (unity to less, but they preferred
St. Senan'i Church InC P Metsate, 1I'nbut IIU"" Th* nuncio. would not aped to stay to bring spiritual
radar.. County Care, by new, which the fhnrrk- .. thls Mnith, fy hMi side or aids had comfort, food and malltine ,
Bishop Joseph Rodgers of r hairs U repeal! Christ Is beyond been Inflttratwd but h. did \fhn" calm returns, the
KUlalo. This erdlaaUoaMais t t r 'leg, hidden under the high InrfHat, that the ,infiltrationwas whole world will realir what
was the first ever heldIn mental' algn which He of the leftist lie cam to Horn ,Is owed to them
the country church which U is, It really\ present (ate to brief I' t.* ('aul1 on his
The day h* spoke (June 9in 1,
had been remodeled for the Fnrharlsl), pear* making efforts '
wsMM>rs carried report
occailonThe 4c "This li not a vain << .If'r," Jesus by Archbishop (larlrlo all that a third American pearsteam

newly ordained Priests l S r not a superstitious' .... arts paid tribute t* the I'rlesls' Including Fllsworth
from !Ireland will take the:? or a rmthk-al fantasy It a S he remained In Ha ale Hunker United States ambsMswIor ,

4 w the truth no I less real 1'l f ,par'. taming( nmlrr fire. to tire Organuatinnof

Pope sendssympalhy on a different level In truth "They remained there" to American States had met
with failure The efforts of'
s. those truth whlrh all of .' Intel help people In danger Th.rhad
schooled In modern offered 1 two previous peacemaking
ben
page every offwr
continue to explore to commlaaloM of the DAS had

on quer and to affirm named also hams fruitiestArrhbishop .
the things witch surround Cody CUrliio. who

Congo deaths and which when known was attending a Diihupi'
a sens of certain potllh..nd archdiocese meeting In Puerto Hlco when
useful truths, I<' trouble broli out In the Do.minlran .
\nc.'t CITY (NCI Fr. flannan Walsh Fr. Bernard Dooly Fr. Patrick Sheedy truths Hepublir fw] to the

Pop Paul VI through Amleto -- -- -_ "M n. brothers pistil of ").r. (.NO Archbishop John P capital city of Santo Domingoon

Cardinal Cirngnanl.\ papal secretary timer W* hellev we "* has Nn apmlnte| by rote Paul April. M In a plan carrv

of of state sympathy, has sent on the amessage Nation marks 400th anniversaryof stand your perplexity and | 1st. Albert Cardinal Meyer aa Arch- ing su|>t.11.. of ", *.II'ln. and

murder of 11 Dutch and BelI ofpnaitkm' sum of you: The Arrh'llfwen ff Chicago has more MMM!
aa missionaries and ether to the proclamation of bonier than any other .In the. l'nlte.1' "A soon si I arrived I was
FurhamtK: mystery invited" by gem-rail' of the
hostages at Buta, the Congo' Spanish at St. hoik school ayntem them 'hi the fourth
landing
Augustine the Omrrti eatiUnuet" t* prclaim bunts. M a meeting' at a miiiUry ]
The message<< was addressed and which<< ** onrs+lv ; "" In Hi M louts fill December M.l hew In sin Isidro A
U Blthns. Andre Staff writer feting and numerals by twr. confirm. l only by '.rr II. atudi d It.t Ixwlaprparal ,.." *.....I.tay. of the Usjovsrnmvnl
Creemers O.S C., ef Band. St AuiruatJnes 400th ..nnIVI'I"Urwill b* markH! by George J"If "(few ran It .h.. hew ran. yntema ..ry seminary. and was |>ir'ent Th

"Ha\mg anximjilv followedthe a I'm'--] 't) State commemorative stamp The first day of rriemnniee at \\ Augustins t- -we seem to .leer srnn AneU. .tltdinisilnl', kirk pi \f\( Ili bark pig

issue will be you whisper a thong .............,., .... .....
'ate of the Bomte )hostage August 2*, the day that fVn Pedro Uenen. M August "M will mark .....* ta customary e.f.. _......un\\n"U\\.nnnn._.__. .U\" \\ "
and basing tried everr del de Avites admiral and adelantado of Florid, sifhted the first 4.y of Issue com ec.. tn sll usual will so M

thing to help them Hn 110:1:i land. memerttmi They will recall of the physical<< world. bs "fJUIItt Official
PONTIFF hack page More abort that latsr M Th new stomp was detlfjMd the history W Oat faw4m "rfM {Mwatbllity. of proof I by M as a -
.by M artist M NewYaek AaruttM. which ...... .SMM'' Th' ..ry work
mewtal
City' ....... the with *. stghttuff sf the Flan *f our tim accustoms ,. '"* ftf Diocese of St AugustinoSt.
red aid<< haws .
yettew tt
da SMinsula at Cape Ca- sued. to e-rt.Mtw. that e m! four

CHUM. MverslLet ....r.t.. within. the grasp ef te Augustine, Florida
The I' I Pet tWice ... 's review th wraatesito Its p.*.r to snow '

V sent** the ataasp M Mhv.s the words ef the. It Augur ."Th art of u d*.h1 th"' ..* *f HM Chancery aiwoiincr the followlrj. appOtHtOMfltS -

Design of tilt free* .....!* OM FouMlMiM a The ,0Uft6. ad *f s.f.tt*. rntarissn I. Ih. :
damp is by Brse Temple. Ice. N It Ailuatr. i Pahl b. afca aissiian of the I ... he h".
New York City artist .*. pp ftv. to agftwtscewn awl s..* *, .f f M. Th. ""tread' Father J..Ka P C..11II.\ \ President.lather ,
Can: dIolllMd tM) Napa Carts The voyafsrs alhtMl land'It Incises the fa'tMy for ip" Ups high !*rk<..... Djt..a lUarhTh
stamp was Car CaMveral. the latne as well as pr '
.NATION'. bark page oefatmi ,...... r.isgumof k. fc. ItevereiMl (father P rsseo i I.*,*.. AdmlalstraUr. -
4 '- the ... ..... a fpasv
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) .... ef M. M Act***** lavish n t siTh
!11 ei; l 1"rer Ands to ftowt ad
a sue-
: ; rape and with sword Final texts Councilfor ..4. si Rtsumit father f>ii.| J. Cody Assistant

a.: -. wham I'..l'f, W*.srd T" t, I'srUh.. JarksnavW.. sad

r -I him Is Jllefttecl ttte sent Bishops approval UMSSNl. U Ik. 1-If'WttC staff sal ivMMt Kenny lllh KrhA el|
r -. tonne' N ..... .., win
ef The Rn.nad Father Jerwn* \ r.rs.Kai.l.I.laratI. l
Te 1M left W Ik'* .._, are 1'tTIC.1(111' ( N fl The last five of 11 t,., toini.. C .._. M hiatus f....... Mr...H*
M *
i .
It.. ship. that l r..chl Hi* esfnl tn .b. drrwd and vofr i r XI faring the fourth s...
.Mee| .. '1-rld.. of the ertnaenral r'un'1Mhopa II! were sent to the W'frrld.r ) .>> / tight af Th. flit"...l other Jessie I: (i,......, ttslslant

r ,..i the lap .f tie dI on Jun 12, bring] | to a close the formal : *.. ftah- I.**..,. M \fary I'arMi. M 1'MerrhrgTba '

Sr ajtatf Mates Post arastos work of Us vanows << ... M hM. teasel' X mMh.itlstaal
s4 father
ttat K le .hen, ....., s4 fUer*
a.' \ertjral n.M is a tOof .- CHys
.
OOAi01M 11. a. Parish, Tallahassee,
_ *PALette II.
Flartte Pht
Receives scholarship The ttts wwe seem ft. VI rnniisjsjssrat** > beeas. sal gra4..al. sl4ki at IhKMa.. !It.11 r.lunltl
ag a4 isjsjM,ais are panel ky a tsttsr tree ArOMahay Mi to Asnk Cardinal Cir
RMr-er C '-M a stcdnt at B..!: ? Kenrv .1:)', The smiles U 1ft* t- NrtcW feitct a rr. sail papal I secretary of !watts The K*..r..4 father. Reload M JitHea .tsslstaalPatr

H.fhfc--: ta Jarks m' J*, wta the ref ent ef nr are" veDow issut s rd tiny' H.ral efMsOmissf .. __11. s4.. wM is ehairwiM *f ) ., ftUssH" faerameal Parish. Tallahassee,
ef 1'
the Ha 'den: Bunu ScJrJarship ef WOO M fteMfriI.1
lieu ate rid m ..... IterkfrniMSl ttrt6Iu1lMllt wHkwty nbgtas '
g'gn' sf" "J'If'f' Danaher ,h"i predesst Me- Ise tsbwrnl.Pep. .
sf du'p is rd.TW weld a* the first Mm i Cody Th. Rtr'4 Father *,)H4m. L 111.11".III.nt"
fee RMney en biz award. Pendents apply *aus> is. .Ma the ..- is the agewdb Pawl l !Sad .... N.* On Pasta, Hi fairkk Parlth Calaestlll.. aadgr4al
tor this K-hotenlatp' to Governor Bona wfc file Por r. red aM Mawa Earls *f the find five, Mi,., th* aW.ineMI .ft., I""' | ,...."'". HHfi at the larmilly *f llorldaPKY

approvij of their setotl( sad Ute Govtnaor. .to "... 11M"t1" was eegrar.dFy m, its .... (o ale ''H nnWesstselM car. pt hM. flail feces \
tern announce tie reetpseet. Arthur n bmUmM. tet- I ... pr.1ftf"1 0.' RtUlD.. back c It ban .,,,,,"UU III LUll L U\l\l\ll\\\\\\\ In \\\\\ 11



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." .... ,,'. Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, June.18. 19r1S
calls forresponsibility --- --
po 1 1'J

: have to have I
f" J. w. t ,< f.j'J"1 Christians today

; ,i 6' '
in urban societyVATICAN J. .,'I. t. t > I r' rv1"NM
J: "I of high order I
:' I. > f I L sDiritual courage
CITY (NC) .; CAIIM..IIOITI/IO CYNTHIA'/ 'lira lIAoIIAIUCATA/ '"' INNNANDI5 .
Ei pcct for the human being ruI ,.,..u... SLMI NIruin. eL.s.. ",01,.rune tMs. ..c.".... so-called citizc'11who
/k YNtN1AN John P. McNulty daily by
,,. ST. PETERSBURG Monsignor
-
and a sense of responsibility tt.t, ." have been nurtured ia
.. St. Paul
v.ll) give "stability and bal. 11 n'f V.G. told the young women graduating from America's house and have

ance' to new social group. {; f' J) EAR7'4c ;r High School here this year that the Christian woman flourished in her bount Wa

ings:; arising out of today's In. 1/ :" must always remember what she la. He presided and see God .ignored, regulated to
dustrialized society, Pop c ) spoke last week at the commencement held June 7 In St certain restricted areas of

Paul VI declared in a letterto GRADUATING 4I Paul Church, St Petera- --- i life. Indeed we witness the
Spain's 24th social week iiM's burg. ? quarantine of God.
p / .nvu.o.c15
:::
in Madrid. ,0 CLASS .N CO LNr Diplomas were awarded to The final end of this attempt

These two values," the 18 members of the 1965 class Monsignor at intelligent existence
Pope said, "must always be from the parochial high I without, God is certain, Inescapable .
where new human John P. disaster for man
present school Monsignor John J. w ,
gronps( are coming Into being 1965 MuUins V.F. Is pastor of the McNultyopen the individualand for societv -
and must be fostered In a parish and the principal of ', the group "If God

special way by Christians IT'i the school is Mother M. Ed. guards not the city they
for whom respect for the per. wardine O.S.F.Monsignor watch In vain who, guard It"*

son and a sense of responsibility ..ANN.......-..CIAlla.,,......lwu..Nw.r.w1 PAISICIASCASLIONI NIiM' AMGllA IN.IM YM.MTNIN MASSAR'"'01.' Mid nY.11R...MftAOIt.,fp..N..M UNDA!...MtMMM...CIMMO. ......! AUttfV.MIMMM.,! MfSSTfl el., McNulty told the 'let there are those who recoil
constitute a duty of graduates: hole and black extinction from the battle of life:
Christian charity and of collaboration the soldiers who throw down
In the work ofProldenl'e. nnogWl The major test the savage their weapons and run: those
struggle to soul, is must
save woman
your The Christian
w 1 who retreat in disorder before

l about to begin. Your unshakable therefore be eminently con the drums of the modern
The letter was sent on the r 'V resolution must be to scious that her We has ,
witch doctors those who lel-
Pope's behalf by Amleto Car .1 I f/" : J' t If\r', t / i l'Jtj; V l : live and to to live die life as good to the Chris end nothing In common materialismof with the fishly hide in; the caves of
dinal Cicognanl, papal secretary vulgar and crass
IXI.VI VALIHTI tfUWTN PtVAUX SNISitf SMMVSI ILUASItN ALLICONAiSICIA UROf IDMM MlMttl*** CKTKIA I CO: NIN""/ fear those who first comps
of state The Madrid trans For upon the use of the day.
mise, then bend the knee and
meeting, which began last these years' now draining She must know that In unlersity finally crawl I in shameful surrender
week had as its theme "prob from your We, hinges your
JQI 9 \ or kitchen, working<< ,
lems of urban concentration t. 1 JJJ eternity .
I to. with test tube or coffee pot We as Christians, know
None of what we have been each of her actions all of her that life is to be used to attain
The papal letter diagnosedthe speaking, of course Is in the
be directed God-to save our immoral
basic problem of the con lJ f.i, \ 'u } I. '' 1' 'U .n :.I"'" mind of the modern pagan. endeavors te her foal should In life-( od. souls And if this is not don.punlshmnt *
temporary migration to cities .tan KM" MMIM SLAN11100/A0. UIIUI wl.la NANt" CIMIMO/ 01411I"L00000 |.MM..'HAKHM NICIH' t*,At J His goals are earthly and will be swift, ter
as "tha disintegration of the finite. His pleasures are Briefly: under all battle

old rural communities" and Twenty-six students receive diplomas at Sacred Heart Academy Tampa severely limited to the tiny conditions she must always rible Your and lives eternal will be lived in
the simultaneous lack of of animal sensation
range remember what she Is.
accord with Christ, the Son
"new professional social hu and thus limited he
mounts Your books herald
history of God In these past years
man and religious structures a staggering self pride which of doom the
In
trumpets your soul's ship has been
which allow and facilitate social traps him to think he Is
an miserable fate of men and of sturdily constructed It will
integration. Catholic Florida end In himself, and so he
Reports who forgot God who
nations ; out lIil any tempest breast
The letter therefore urged roams the world like a childin trusted to their own devices. any wave
the creation In urban centers tile woods
In Your daily news accounts are Tonight make a mighty resolve -
of "new with structures human nature conformity TallahasseeFather! Tampa Orlando Eau GallieASCENSION But unlike the child he filled with the heart'stopping : that in the years ahead
can never go home becausehe tragedies of wretched peoplewho will cling to Faith in God
you
and In harmony with Its social Basil L. \Vestendick ST. LAWRENCE ST. JAMES has no home, no Father forgot Who made them, and hold tight to the Rock of

psychological and religious 0,F.M., son of Frank Westen- The St Lawrence Altar !Society Sunday June 13, following The first graduation exercises God, no Mother Mary no who disdained their own Peter-Christ's Church; that

requirements"Death dick of Tallahassee, received held Its annual installation the 8 o'clock Mass the men from Ascension School Holy Church. Then inevitably dignity! and heritage as sons God's Commandments will!

a new assignment as directorof of officers dinner at the of the St James Holy Name took place June S for 57 very he must face deathtohim of God. In your own time men be your Rule of Life that the
in absentia vocations for the Franciscan Las Novedades Restaurant Society held their breakfast proud eighth grade students. a horrible shuddering, have been slaughtered by the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass

Fathers of the Cincinnati recently Officers for the meeting at the Downtowner They attended an 11 o'clock shattering stop to life, an tens of millions\ Godless men will be the core and center of

LEOPOLDMLLK: (NC) -A Province. coming year are Mrs. Peter Motel. Mass celebrated by Father have threatened and scourgedthe your life; that you will seek
people's court in Brazzaville Father Basil! has five broth. DeMeia present<<:: ; Mrs At this time the officers for Martin Power, pastor, Haines City world with atrocious counsel before Christ in the

in the neighboring Congo Republic John Herzog, vice.president; the coming year were official Guest speaker Father deeds of blood that would Tabernacle: that you will be
the former French r Mrs James Hardesty secret ly Installed by the pastor of Daniel Cody of St. Ambrose TRANSFIGURATIONOfficers stagger a Nero and turn Attila no stranger to the Eucharist,,
Congo which Is now under tary: Mrs William Gambrel) St James parish Monsignor parish Elkton, congratulatedthe of the Altar and the Hun white with fear. that the sacred tribunal of
strong Influence from Red L.,4- treasurer Terence J. Farrelly The of. students and discussed Rosary Society of the Church Penance will be
China has sentenced its Father Father Laurence E. H logins flcrs fr* the coming year their future. of the Transfiguration were T* be a fervent C'brl.tllItoct.y and resource In your perservlng refuge

former president Father Ful- Basle L, yE expressed his gratitude are Militant Buning president Other guests In attendancew I Installed recently: Mrs. demands spiritual courage your' most treasured .
bert Voulou to death in absentia Wentendlck'' to the Altar Society for their ; Robert Farrell, v,ce- Father Thomas Me- Michael 1 I Dam president; ef a high order -the state of Grace possession

support and help and Fatter president: Howard Jones Crane Father Peter C. Dolan Mrs Sterling Congdon, vice- For the Christian Is both a

Father Youlou, who was Gerard McKernan S,F M. treasurer; Francis E. Pierce Father Lawrence Red president; Mrs Clifford citizen of this world and of
suspended by his Bishop for guest t speaker for the evening Jr., marshal. mond. and Father FilU Weaver, secretary; and Mrs the nest. Strident voices facetiously St. PetersburgHEARING
taking part In politics recent !:, spoke on "How To Develop A portion of the meeting Banos presidents of the Holy Catherine DeRuiter treasurer mock God; vice Is
ly escaped from house arrestin en and three sisters Three A Christian Char aI" was given over to Al Seldl Name Society and Women's Mrs Frank Owen of Lake commercialized, temptationis

Brazzaville and reached of his brothers reside in Tal ter" one of the past presidents of Guild, Sisters and teachers of Wales was installing officer sown on every side; peddlers AIDS
Leopoldvllle. lahassee and a sister residesin The Thrift Shop, operatedby the Society, and who Is chair. the school alone with numerous of filth hawk their

Bradenton.St. the Altar Society Is openon man of the committee for parents and friends of the Leesburej wares far and wide we see ,... S49n

weekdays from noon closed retreats for the lay, graduating class fluttering on dark citadels the This tMpM WMk ,.. .. p..,
St. Petersburg AugustineCDA through 4pm. Located at men of the parish, Stressingits After distribution of diplomas ST. PAUL evil banners of greed, dishonesty .... IwHwr ..........1
4608 North Hubert there basic time Father Power and Dr. M J, Nappi was guest ELSWORTH
are purpose as a by
cynicism, lust We
speaker at the June I.N T..... ..... n.. 50.0155
many articles vl.ich may of personal spiritual inven the students were served meetingof see our nation's fair fag dishonored

Mrs Frank Scheidoll of St. prove to b, of interest to tory and a time for quiet breakfast In the parish hall. the St Paul parish Holy even betrayedEdouard
ALPINEThe Petersburg recently visited those who like to browse meditation on the more Im- Special awards were made Name Society. Dr. Ntppl's -

ell Horn )Inert St.. Augustine 23 of the around IOO T" fir a barM'n' p*rts: -t things of life he also by Father Power after the talk was entitled "Health is

for the new finest Nursing in Hurting Catholic Daughters of America Any person havi'ic! clothing d u C.r. New officers were Installed or any articles' which tiey formation; such as accommodations awards were James Michael The members of the Society .
Hem f. ...... .. o
for the Court. Grand
847-6S7J would like to d nate. pl'S'e reservations transpo Keleher and Kent Winter presented Father Keith II h... ..,...._ 11.....,
J454 21 it Ave South Regent for the Court is Mrs deliver to the St La"--"-asocial :'latiun and other pertinent scholarships to Central Catholic Symons a check to help defray a......

Ruth Webb ha'I'I or picne.: 8"3'72 questions regarding the mak High School: Frederick the cost of the new "..., '1, .......h... I0O-1151 /
for pickup. ing of a retreat lie will be May religion: Frank Kern portable science laboratory St. Pftafbwq
ROBINSON INSURANCE AGENCY glad! to assist any of the men attendance recognition, K el- for St. Paul School.
MOST HO'.? NV 'E of St. James in this regard lee Connelly and John Phe- 4645 9th S/rlel North
C.
JOHN H. RAFFTERY The Altar Rcra-v .'-.. 'Iv of and ran be reached at lan, English, Eileen 0'Con- Craig

3111 Ctntril 1 Av. Telephone :/I' Most Holy l\- are C"r ir .h, 42321)62. net 1 1 and Phillip Gaudy Comingevents Cenfr, held lnst '"aion! rf o'ficers math, John Bellinger and ROOFntujoii
St. Ptttrtburg 8(2-2141 recently Miss Ma y Greco, KoIC Gregory Fleck science; Viten Mtfil.' Cr.mi:.

president Mrs L''", 1'anlo, At the first meeting In Julyof Kathleen McGuire Deborah and o4.e: LUi; oawol I

\'lce.prelldrnt: M i. Katie the Knights of Columbus, Gruenfelder I and Mark Family basket picnic June W-4ttk.' S*. Se. 147-4101' l ''W.IOc'imt&rt
HOLY LAND ROME-Jerusd.m-Cairo' Muley, aeerr'ar: and Mrs. Monsignor( R i II hop Council Adams history. Deborah 20. 1 pm,. Phllilppl Park >
N'nr. K- Palestine Connie Leto the Court St Ann Catholic!
2112.
treasurer following officers Kelt and Michael Kennedy Daughters CAU
$1096. F* ima -Zurich -SplnII. : were elected for the new civics of America of !St Petersburg DANIEL T. WINTER 1 co.H..I .
......."'.. || II DIM Pirurl V Irtlfil .,Id,.. 144.9041
Donald l Scl. .l lends I
Temple Terrace )ear: Barry, grand A statue of "The A.cen- sponsorFamily I4HOUH4MT
rtIlIOl'htUUU&! ; T"\UL ItMTKK Ile': ,
... !knight William 0 Helen Jr. slon" was presented to the festival, July I and 403 rVIJ: Theatre KeY
A
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: deputy grand knight; Cletus school from the graduate 3, St Brendan parish St. PtUrtbure.Pt .
Corpus Chrlstl formed a Huhn chancellor; Charles Chairman of the breakfast grounds, Ormond Beach.
>e" 162.oUIS
Women Parish Council th Ueiii warden, Herbert and decorations was Mrs. e FALSE TEETH
Father Brendan Lawlor as Mader( recorder; AI Shepp Donald Wolff who was ably Drdlcailoi *r lewerlBg l
Cameo Dining Room spiritual director The pur treasurer Memo D'Errolr. assisted. bv Mrs Louis Cross September I, Mlssloa
KlrrH.nl lup.rk ....Ir. pose of the Council Is two advocate; William Joyce Zabnewski and Mrs. Stanley of :Nombre de Ides, St. ..1agasIlne OIY MOUNTAIN on nerves

EDWARD JAMES HOTEL fold' to continue the work already trustee: Angelo Lena, Daniel UojnariM. TM u.ur ww ..>.? ."*.. .I' fit tCiM IpoedeJwhs.
O being done by the Pauhnskl. Inside guards Roy Dedication Cathedral f..15/N. n ,........ ,NK,1
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ladies of the and / 51 -1 M.NN5 .
C'h..... .1...n. parish to Barton Vernon DeReimer, St Augustine December S,
Pot,_, I h..,... ... Kn>llr4 Mrkl.im expand the program to Include outside guards Deadlines Eucharistic Congress 5tAIIII.tm. 0.. r.._ ....... c....It,
Corpus Christ! School \N. ..IM55.... ..,
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11750 Gulf d..Tr..urt Island 341-8261 The officers for the year IMS- NNIN .11. non N ..... ,.... -.1. Dedication of Votive .,
1966 are: Mrs. Ursula Benin- .... ""..... .....1. _.. NO.41N. Church, Mission of Nombre Holy Name Church
ger president Mrs. Dolores Subscribe nowMNl1NNNNN10N1NINN 15 fU.. IM ........,..
; de Dies. St Augustine, April
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Keller first I vice president IT 19M. JACKSON'SSHOES
Parish PHARMACY Guide Sirs B tte D'Ovldio second ...,. ,.u0 inaN p'It N ...
\Ire president: Mrs. Doris .M.a =oltop0. :='i:-P' ''

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Your Doctor's PrescriptionsWill Mrs Marie Fisher, corresponding DON BARDEllA 5054,-, errs.- 'U'fKn"l.. _. ,4
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These Parish Pharmacies.St. ; and Mrs Pat Schaefer
historian. Chairmen for
the various committees have
been appointed I L

Corpus Christi! School I I.
JuoVlDISSTON closed for the summer vacation .

DRUGS Thursday June 8. r

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O''llJrt't" 619m uy Father Thomas F Dowd, Titusville leadership for women's unit
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Your Neighborhood DrugglorSIB: .Strvic parish, will. resume his missionary
Father John ,
R OHare conjratu. Instilled .Ira. Vernon Jansen )fra..
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voicedfor 'Three The Florid. Catholic, Friday, Jane 18.1M3
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Cardinal Patriarchby Bea Holy Office

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NEW YORK (NO. A top' denies reportof

Vatican official hat expressed -

"fraternal esteem

and Christian concern' for law reformROME
the Orthodox Patriarch of
+s v ,
Constantinople threat-
: (INCh. A spot >
ned with expulsion b\ Turkey -
man for the Congrenat on if
in its l with
quarrel Greece
the Holy Office tm i"ul a
ever Cyprus
categorical! denial of t r'' 3;
The message from Augustin ytiir I TPA liaised reports that purism ,
Cardinal Bea S.J president .
'
tion over marriage/ cases as
of the Vatican
Secretariate i been transferred from ti! at

for Promoting Christian body to other Vatican offues
Unity made ,.,' '
was public ''
here by the Greek Orthodox The spokesman said that

Archdiocese of North and 'w'P the current regulation n

South America.Cardinal Holy Office/ competence n

marriage rates, expressed in
Bea's
comments t Canon Law 247 remains 'fullyIn
were la a cable to ,Archbishop effect. The law states
lake*os. Orthodox Primate

.f North and South America "It (the Congregation sf

the Holy Office) has ex('u.
Patriarch Athenagoras I, 1 give jurisdiction In cars

the Ecumenical Patriarch of Sb" which Involve directly or Indirectly

Constantinople, has been a the Pauline privilege

leader In efforts to \. in marriage disparity of cult

relations] with Roman Catholics and mixed religion and to

In January. 1064 he and ... this congregation belongs the
Pope Paul VI met in the Holy .. power to dispense from these
Land. "

Cardinal Bea's message Graduation ceremonies held at Cardinal Mooney High School June 8 Impediments That the Holy Office refers

made public by the Greek Orthodox marriage cases to other organs

archdiocese was as Students of the fourth graduating Hurley from fire. Uf, for*. Row two, Mary Agnes Camp Rosemary Monda, Mary Hunt, Anne Rutiolt, Cheryl; GwaHney, Jay Julian Mtlcolm NaHs, Don of the Curia Is In accordance .

follow s"Appreciating a I i s of Cardinal ground Ralph Sroddard TimHoRoran boll Thereto Campbell P. Barbara Brown", Katharine i Mary OGrady, Alice 0'leery, Cannon, William" M.",",. with a provision of the

the great Mooney High school m Saresote Father. Joseph P trici. Mattha, Lillian t.bl, Kramer Carolyn Katol. Mark!. Hotftmq, Bonnio Brown, Row five, Wayne Ltqueui, canon which states that the

Christian spirit of His Holiness received; diplomat Oft June Moran, president. M I II I d red SUMH Smithers" Mary Lou Row......, Anita; Afrman, Cafhorlne; Zillos, Gary Tejon* Chris K.it, William" PondoU, congregation "may, accordIng -

the Ecumenical Patriarch I from Archbishop Joseph" P. Amolio" Joseph Marconi Stems, R. s a n Capacciono, Jonny Jodwads, Pamela Smith lamp, Sandra Mahony. tUo Parker. Fred Hen, Michael to Its judgment and as the

and the Importance of Row 4, Daniel; Hy+r.V, Tom Colonnoio, MI.I hail I ITsckeny case demands, refer It to another

the patriarchate. I assure M"n ittrd.; William Pease, Chris Douqherty, Dane congregation or to the
Students get best education and Bart Grout Robert Smithors. Ktogan Lawrence Better
Your Eminence that we are Urges missionersto Tribunal of the Sacred Rota,"

following with great attention .........t The spokesman also took
the recent events reported m 1tr Issue with a published statement .

the press and will make show unity of discipline of mastery over self :. Gemini; ;seen giving that cases had been

every effort to manifest fraternal "assumed at various times

esteem and Christian mankind in; Africa 1'F\ICt.: : .10rida--How fortunate you young graduatea The Benediction of the Most .C" .: character lesson In the past by the Holy Of-
concern for His Holiness \ "
fire He said that the competence
Blessed Sacrament at the
Patriarch Athenagoras and 'ATIC.fin' (NC) are Monsignor John T Wella of Winter Park told which the Holy Office
Mooney ceremony was given LOS ANC.F1FS: : (NC-Ths)
his faithful Pope p.d1, has urged a the 1963 senior of Cardinal Mooney High School at their by Monsignor C L Elslander success of Gemini 4 has a lesson now has In certain marriage:
In mid :\Ia'atl 'an Radio group of missionaries headedfor caves. was given to It by the
commencement exercinea here last week, You art fortunate VF pastor of St Martha l to teach about the do.
broadcast a statement in support Afrtcia to show the world Church's highest lawgivers,
of Patriarch AthenagorJACKSONVILLE- that "the Church knows no ha told them to have had both the beat of educations parish la Sarasota v .10 P man t of character, the Popes

as. barriers of continent, cultureor and the discipline that '
race (ivr. mastery over self, Resignationof Intyra of Los Angeles has Ministers
"In this restless and anguished -
world your witness The pastor of St. Margaret said here. KIM.STOV Jamaica (Isn)

sets an example." he said in Mary parish In Winter Park 3laslgnor'w I Viet Names Cardinal McIntyre, addressing -Two American Baptist missionaries .

lj R t DABO.ODS;| French last week You are addressed the graduates In Jolla r. graduates of Loyola have been. sentenced .

artisans of unity beams of the Church of the Kpiphany University noted that the to prison terms by the

e'r>r=r hope, messengers. of salsa. .Venice during the fourth Wellsdivine premier told success of the Gemini flight Havana military court according

tan Demonatrate with gen annual graduation programof was only possible through to reports reaching
the Central Catholic High conformity to the physicallaws here
etMitv that Ke of God HURON'
\\C\ Followinga
transcends everything, and School located in Sarasota \ of the universe established They had been accused of
of Catholic
that the Church has one ambition Archbishop Joseph P Hur series demonstrations protestsand by God. espionage, counter revolutionary .
against
"'U. CAL aawtt teacher e\er to BishopdesignateBiahop activities and Illegal currency
onlv' to commuiucatewith ley gate diplomas to the/ appear its policies, the governmentof la the same way, he ,.Id.
STEAKSJgL.f us that this Is true dealings Reverend
among
men'SThe graduates presented to him
.... ef a.... is "..... by rattier Joseph P Moran Christ Is the Way the Truth Premier Than Huy Quat designate AlfredVaUon drulnpnlrnt af characterremrs knowledge It erbetI Caudlll, 13, ofWaynesboro

ii. C siseWONO.CAR group the Pope was addressing president of Mooney High and the LifeHera has resigned M \ appointed to be.! through greater Georgia was
of dod and th. application
fllnlllt'd l l of annul Catholic that sent .
groups titular Biahop of Nattona sentenced to 10 years, and
School. ass a man and more of Ills moral law, as thisIs
KM mlsslnners, who base hr,. formal protests against the his son In law. Reverend
In his address. MoneigMr than a man He never wrote and auxiliary to ArrhbUh- acquired In Catholic educa-
la to PresidentI'han
ganda.
assigned te pMs Quat regime David rite, 31, of Omega
Wells said in part a book, nor held an office op John Mark Rannnn of tins
Keay., Taaranla. .",lIdl.Ih. Khac Suu. Included the Georgia, to sli years They
and !South' II. never owned a home nor Catholic commute for Erie, will\ b*! ronaecralad In
Zambia
I ( enge, Year Catholic erfwello greater The. Cardinal emphasized were arrested In April and i
,UrlcaPofie. had a family He never put solidarity headed by.a. St Peter Cathedral Rile tried May 14 along with
here has presided' see silk amap and that this process Is not s on
... MM foot Isetde a big ally ther Paul Hang Quynh and Pennsylvania on June 29. but 32 Cubans, moil of whr-n:
U Ms } mile jourwav hindrance to freedom
.. .. ....
blessed their )
F M "sr e .rr I* ( inII 1. Paul never traveled beyond 3)0
._ .., ,, life This the Catholic citicens' front Archbishop John J. Krol of were Haptlst ministers The
..* I lnaur. I HK-I,4.. cork and said he hoped their through ma miles from the. place where rather opens up greater pnssihllllies
Joseph Marodo Mgr example would be followed Is part .( >eir heritage and He ass born He inner dad led by Father Ho Nan VulThese Philadelphia will bo tonne- of action on the part fate of the others was not

spin, true guidance bated oakn .f free men, Immediately reported
353-7419 bv many Oster IftH'OUI pea one of the things that usually claimed that Dual's crator.

214 W. Forsyth St pie capable of sacnfuiag ..trriff ana surmise. accompany |r.atno.a He gamnmrnt ass follimlng a

themselves to share their gift t assure you. on Ute author)' had no credentials but Himself neulralUI pnlky and falling

" """"""'" '''' '" of faith .rth others ty of the mot otiUtsMwg U rally the country behind

t i Also present at the. audi men and women the world In fact white slill a young the war on the communist I
DG+ AI' once were members of" tie. has known. by the Iron-clad man the twit of popular \ let TengThey .

White Sisters of Africa who proofs of the. greatest philosophers oputMn turned again Him else) accused the regime r'f/

TTI'S had rerenth concluded their. oa the universal' l hc. and His fr.*w4. ran away He of discriminating ?

general meeting here late of the drop human teas cal turned over to lln one against CatMtcs Catholic

lug, ami above all on the mica They killed Him proleala .included. a parade hy n 1 st

CLEAIYCONSTIl1CTION word of the. supreme and! OAt)' .,nn, persons carrying anti.gavernment .
,\ 4 CORELIGIOUS Now i If renlvrlM It. i e
-- and and today placard m 1
come gone R
trtAt It"use.,.._ "'.. i u sirs Hanoi June" 3s. demonstratwns .
r IN s.rr..r W ..re ,ILM.TkaMbie r...... Me atone remains the mater In Saigon In which afovemmefit
714 .SS piece of the hem. rare
ear was burned

eat -11r"-- I i an safely say that all the June( ft*. and stldown pro ,
r
AUEAK d..4.ti7TAIJaIN ; armies that ever marched' this 'in Gsa tang Tabs the 5
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1 __ all the Mviea that were rvetlaunrhed peaakleeiUal reoidence. b)' t<..oCalMic
f BOOK
all the governnimts groups (June T ands STops

& GIFT SHOPEASlERtlNG "If Mire. all the kings )

..,. ,.... '. .... FAMILY 1 that ever r......, all put to A committee of r'prp"111

Excellent food 5s 5005 m ...r_ assail..asrhsy eMUI.1 PROTECTOR gather have act affected the ttvee of three other, re1,t is

". -. as? .. 5 'e of man upon earth as has. .nu-Ruttdh". Can Dal
JACaso.v4tl LOCA1nONIAe Cash., tea also tau, asera. CaB: Jut Wlcosn that one solitary lafe and Hoe Ho--Joined Cat' >
two
) ....... ./. ...+... Wat7aIIMt ..-. awl eNw a e.s.w..yH.1 ."... .r_... IMe ea.a....-snThunderbird arayaq. I sirycrolr" hope my dear .Hrs In their protests
$5s ,ng fnends that not one
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hew fail to talk yw eut oft \ UUITV (Nil -

PHARMACY .e 1141 anal. firmly esUh Pof Paul VI has nan,.-dMoissifnor in sports at St. Paul school
GIOY Kenrihpetma 1
_r 4 bcol'if MM you must MIll

a Ie1 .IoJ'" e.a4Fa L3t: .< *' ,\\i M all of the .ee>t obaorver of theV.tKan '> I't haul A' tmal I at Ja<'!kannvlIUre point winner for the ,Irl.. Alan p.clured : >
OMt. f_. r<... rr .- _. w ds cf brut at the failed !Na- Patricia J<'hn
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Attests. M.<...me >t c.. physical education Inatructor who was
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SEAFOODSfWMJUI "onto-fr aw-to 6/ub4 are .to PariaMensignar pewit winner In ajorta for the boy.. In charge of olympics day.

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111 tfM 5w.5Caws anti
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The life of Our LordCarpenter God'i r world

Catholic Comment


of Nazareth God's .Justice has many facets


Gaelic gifts to DioceseTHE Is I dogma of the Catholic lacked such assets
taken for granted IT faith that God gives to It hardly is enough for ui
be able to "I I 11m
to say
ordination of Irish mission impossible to serve the growing Catholic every human being sufficient not
population here. is 28 A D. We art nearly grace to save hit soul a drunkard or a thief or i
for our Diocese ia a yearly IT Father fornicator In simple jut.
We look forward to welcoming the thirty years. from Our Each individual having the + tice God must expect from

reminder of the gratitude we owe to newly ordained Priests from Ireland. Lord birth in Bethlehem. use of reason rec 'ves enough Lee J.Trfl. something more than ah.ui

the inland of Hints and ncholari This They follow in a great tradition. The Very soon now His cousin, for grace God to, according make an act to that of love individual stinence from the obvioussins

close relationship between Ireland and John the Baptist will
nation has sent son emerge '
email Catholic Frank J. s capacity No one
missionaries to every continentof Florida< is one which has long existed from his desert and begin the ri loses heaven except by his What God does most esp

ray Our indebtedness to Ireland growl mission of preaching and Sherdapart own fault dally expect from us Is
aiacthe
the world. Over 50 per cent of the each year as they continue to send baptising which brought: Our / charity, a real con.

priests in our own Diocese are from their finest to serve the people of Lord out from His carpenter A corollary or this truth Is cern for the temporal and
that God demands tlf
DD one
Ireland Without them, it would be Florida. three i shop years and of teaching prepared and the more thai that person I Is as the children break up the spiritual needs of our fellowmen

miracles, at whose end He able to giveThrough furniture. .

Sacred Scripture was crucified and mankindwas from His own cousin, unblamable Ignorance God Is Infinitely merciful, "He who has the goods of
redeemed came from His own town this world and sees his
a person i understand but He Is Infinitely just too
I
There was nothing In the They took Him for granted, ing of God and of religious He cannot make allowancefor brother in need and closes

Lasting peace petitioned in psalmAS thirty yeah of Our Lord life IllY, But there I Is a danger truth may be meager or distorted sin when no reason for his heart to him," St. John

t to suggest to Nazareth that that we Ills (followers she Also through Ignorance forbearance exists asks in his first Epistle,
would we die for emotional "how does the love of God
as hope or handicaps
the local
the devout pilgrims He preserved a remnant t* carpenter was anymore He cannot close His eyes to abide in him*"
than that. Him may take Him for or personality flaws a person
made their way to the begin anew, to start another granted too. 's moral life objectively evil deliberately chosen He The goods of this world

Holy City they prayed that phase of the process leadingto W t have already noted viewed be deplorable cannot pretend that He has we must remember Include

God would deliver the land of Falher redemption and salvation. that the townpeople must All His life they had known But the may divine mind can our love when in fact we have much more than physical

Hi people from the tyrannyof Most recently He had freed have thought that there was Him as man and could not believe assess all the Influences Involved chosen self in preference to wealth. Very often the giving

pagan overlords. John J. His people from exile in one peculiarity about Him: He was more. All our In a human action and Him of time. talent and energy for

He was thirty and He was not lives we have known Him as %e would grossly underrate the good of our neighbor involves .
!Such' a prayer ,,'a. psalm Castelotgrown Babylon, but this freedom, all the factors affecting human
I'M. which expressed the too, was not fully satisfactory married Remember the rarity God and have got used to the responsibility God can God's justice if we triedto a greater sacrifice

hopes of the fallhft:I They were back home of virginity among the wonder of it: we can say come up with a plus or minus justify a sin by saying for than the giving of mone> -

as a tiny satellite of the vast Jews-not one woman in the Jesus Is God and never miss more speedily and accurately example After all, God and accomplishes more

They looked back at their Persian Empire And the Old Testament among men a heart.beat: as the people of thin the world s malt sophls couldn't expect me to do It is possible, at least in

long history to see a succession Into a strong, prosper. Persians would soon be followed only the prophet Jeremiasand Nazareth could say Jesus I.I is Heated computer. otherwise under these cir theory that a person could

of defeats and victories, ous kingdom, it was split by the Greeks and the he for no spiritual reason carpenter and think no As a result, we can expectto cumstames," or, Anyone be devoid of any identifiable

oi enslavements and liberations asunder by the tragic civil Greeks by the Romans more of that find In heaven (assuming else would have done the grave sin and still, by reasonof

of exiles and returns war which followed upon the That is why the pilgrims In Palestine men usually It Is worth our while to that we get there) many persons same thing in my p5iuon." his complete self.(entered

Much have they oppressedme death of Solomon. Thus weakened pray, in the second stanza, married around twenty The pause occasionally and look whom we might present Such rationalizations may ness be unrecognizable to

from my youth, let Israel it was an even easier for a new and definitive deliverance fathers of marriageable steadily at the mystery so ly classify as pretty unsavory anesthetize our conscience God.

taMuch have they oppressed prey for the great empires daughters must have weighed that the accustomed phrasewill characters It Is right that we but Gods justice will stand In the parable of next SUII.

me from my youth; which ruled the mldeast They pray that their foes Him up and found Him eligi sound again in our mind should condemn sin, but when unmoved day's Gospel we might think

vet they have" not prevailed] Assyria all but annihilatedthe may perish like the grass ble! Those opinionated cousIns In all its mysteriousness, almost we undertake to condemn any There is another aspect of that the invited guests had

against me. ten northern tribes in 722 which springs up through the of His must have asked drowning us In Its individual sinner we leave God jU.hrelhich we sometimes pretty good excuses for fni>,.

Like any newborn baby B. C. And in 587 B. C the new cracks in the flat clay roofs Him' what He thought lie was wonder ourselves open to possible overlook This is the lowing their own pursuit

the nation of Israel enteredthe world I power Babylon of their houses, grass which up to. still celibate when He We cannot be foieter embarrassment We may encounter fact that we who have been !Still' the host told his sen

stage of history at the crushed the southern king has no deep roots, withers should have been married missing a heartbeat over the that J person in heaven blessed with advantages be- ants "Bring in here the

cost of pain and anguish the. dom of Juda and dragged its quickly and Is blown away these ten years central truths of the Faith perhaps on a higher level yond average must be able] to poor and the crippled and
forced labor of its cruel servitude into Trinity and Incarnation than ourselves the blind and the lame .
citizens exile Such grass as this Is not over ; give a beyond average accounting ,
in Egypt! its deliverance This succession of disasters worth gathering. :Mary knew why, but It was but if we never do, it means It Is comforting to recall of the use we have for I tell you that none I""'

through the hardships, of the inflicted deep wounds on the The reapers do not even not her secret to tell We that they have never come that God i justice does give made of our gifts If we have those who were invited sh.i 1

exodus And from the time of bleeding, prostrale land leftit stop to pick it up; they are know why, but we were not alive to us religiously our full conslderatlo to human grown up in a happy home taste of my supper "
( settlement in the I'rom there.
l Ib scarred beyond recognition not there for the passersby to pulse runs weaker than is imperfection Still we must under loving parents and with In heaven supposing that

I "d Lanf of Canaan it wasaltackl'd Where once there had been call out the traditional greeting But this was tie. only pecu good for us. not make the mistake' of solid grounding in our religion we have sufficient charity to

over and over again cities and towns and villages : "The blessing of the liarity f land it was not In His UI look visualizing God as s fatuous << we shall be measured bring us there. we shall find
often to the of extinc- us steadily at Him.
t point there was now just desolate Lord be upon you !"' And of favor, For the ml, the town grandfather sott of person against a higher standard that God s justice has had

swooped i Ion. Marauding down on the brigands first deep furrowed terrain. Thus course they do not respond took Him for granted. He was a carpenter In a who merely says, "Tut. tut," than will those who have some unsuspected facets

settlers, much a+ Indian poetically did the psalmist with the usual reply: "We Men when all Palestinewas town which even In insignificant .

tribes did describe his ravaged homeland bless you in the name of the ringing with His miracles Galilee was despised
i on our own
pioneers : "Upon my back the Lord. and the power of Hit utterance as Insignificant lie was not Pope Paul VIChrist

plowers plowed; long did Nazareth would have playing at being carpenter,
\n greater threat I
even
wasposed they make their furrows." The people of God, collee- none of Ilim-thl'Y had known as Marie Antoinette and her

(omerted by the assaults well organized of the, And jet, in spite of everything lively and Individually, have Him all His life, been to ladies played at being shephprdpispi defined Himself as TruthThe
always been buffeted
Philistines fierce I varnors I Israel, against all by school with Him some of at Vrnaillei

with superior weapon odds, "survived somehow Not enemies seen and unseen them had Him do their big lie was a carpenter the following Is a translation doubts and problems of all lofrue to the Gospel of St

just somehow", really; it lie has always come to and small carpentry job household] depended on what of Pope Paul \T.I recent kinds begin here John "All things sere matt,l
Rut I Israel survived and was the Lord who had kept It He made if trade bad
their aid, but we must never ploughs doorframes, wooden ; was talk on the nature of truth to But pay attention for another through him" i John I, 31) All I
grew: sir one, thanks! lo the alive to serve His purpose boxes His mother had to go without Roman students who had
moment. Do >
cease praying for wt not things were made by the
instant protection! of her J peace- The locals hired Him to makeand !
lie had allowed It te be peace for our own souls, Their reaction to the news won religion contests in have some notion of a third Word Which became flesh
( mend in wood He
ld.After chastised fur Its sins but out peace for the Church' within of His fame was a What. wouldnaml' schools. truth The artist who thinksof by Christ, who then by a supreme

the voting nation had of each terrible punishment which we are to find peace. him" amused smiles to a price and it would be and then expresses his right: can say of Himself -
:
a just prke They would will say to you that
begin with such rage when WK work. who has Impressed an as He defined Ilimsr!I
r- ------ ------- haggle ale the of the we are rather Impressed .
He at last came to s|>cak In way Idea on his art, dues he not "1 am the truth (John 14. Ii
Fast Him down by the word which
beating ,
Father Michael V. Conner '
their that perhaps have the
synagogue they asking i doubtless if He defines J conviction Truth Is the source of hand -
tried to kill Him Imagine your competition and the satisfaction of having
Million ef Nombre D DietCjB6 knowledge the
: principal
\eritas
truth
thought they were" made of i It is a
jour plumber suddenly turning created a true work. of having .
proof of vital the
money In a better mood grave word, full of meaning, certainty,
preacher and miracle expressed a truth of hu
last
terminus of the
inquiring:
(having got the price down, sacred
:vt clupteas in corker after thirty blameless osn' mind and the goal of w
perhaps they might offer *
years of mending leaks in What do you think of It It is not the relationship between souls. created for the RI..
him a drink Could define *
you it What Is
water the
your generating idea
pipes
preme vision of being, for
And
He
was omnipotentGod truth And could
cloR1' l ta CAtholic hI5to'' y You would not be the firstto t the Second Person of the reasons which make you sense it the wonderful and the generated product of work truth a the beatitude of truth
believe
I think Neither
the Blessed How much how much there
Trinity whom
Nazareth by slogan of the competition In Would not that idea deserve
was They limply all things were made IncludIng which have received would be to say But lutei
Chapter 17 ant te hate learned before, to William Witt, Attorney could not take all the high the wood of His carpentry prizes you to be regarded under a cer. do you know what an anagram .
swift and direct General of the United States talk about Him smoimly, lam aspect. in a superlative, '
June 1822 was and the drinks, and the Is Remember this
Bishop England You
might answer that way as troth'This
knew
IN and they Him too well
( later the founder of
customer ho During the trial of Christ
was on
arguing
received a I letter He' dispatched a letter to names are usually conventional Is happening
in the
.
Wilt land Florida) who He might fool
,
com others but with Him about the price in Good Friday Pilate was
from Alexander Hamilton' James Monroe and of little
President of signtfl universe lo creation
munlcated his opinion of its nut Nazareth never Nazareth eluding His own human body shaken by the words of Jeius
United States Commissionerin !
the United States, in which he cane in relation to what they
residence at St Augustine represented the nature of Slate contents, John to Quincy the Secretarv Adams of Not one of His apostle|, ,, and hurrun. soul refer to. True but It is permissible The Ihlngi stitch etlil are who tats of Himself

(and not to be confused with ----_ true not onlv because they
Church property 0"nt'uhlllqUIll' to believe that sucha
11 1
111''Il't wrote that "Doctor are known hate tome Inle the
and
a more famous American of box recognizable: !
has
Question
differently, !Ifs! argued name not been chosen ..
the same name). In it, llamil. that when the King of Spainor ngland: states the law bv chance and that there ky us, but bemuse they rid U bear Unfit U the
correctly . The only half been truth rverjone: who Is ef the
ton advised the prelate of the any other Sovereign qties must be a reason pretloutlv thought,
death of Father Crosby and property to losergive lion In (this case is a questionof Fast abstinence thought by fed the Creator, truth bears my voicf."

went on to mention the state such as under any Spain corporation the fact" rules rOil will this say that the >y tad who I U (ruth What does it mean Pulse

of the Catholic Church Did the King of Spain actually reason Is tin became! reUnion -
prop.ntll'l Roman Catholic Church of St dues
Things which exist not .iMtlerttafld mu. hInd
u the study of which. are
grant these lands lo the
: Augustine was, the sovereign listed for those worti in order .
over 59 you are encouraged by ther.mprtltioe pronounced by the to get out of
Church Mr Wirt was un 11.!
'I have
been given to divests himself thereof and Word, who in asks proudly and perhasceptically ,
|II
truth thus proaounting
to because he lacked ;
the
understand that the Church vests it In the corporation" to J pertinent say documents 0 I hate just pjwd mvVHh ph mltord... But if the dues the (Italic "religion them create them Thu is What is truth
property belonged to the King whom it Is given and the supreme doctrine. not But without waiting for a
Secretary Adams who birthday and have heard rosary helps you to meditation present proclaim llnelf
atone
of !Spain, and by relation It Acquitting Mr. Hamilton I t only of the phlkwophert buta reply he interrupts his <."
or brings Into close
drat
of the chief a great from you
has become that of the United negotiators othersabout This also is exact But if it !no of the .
personally of any sinister In union with' our Lord through Gospel' loquy rtn Christ and tuHflhT. '-"<
for the
States Of course, wheneverthe tendons, the Bishop felt it purchase of Florida fast and abolinrnre is exact that the study of our Do you remember the
His Mother. then it bea pro
from Spam was acquaintedwith thereafter Will may ( page fits
United States shall act, necessary to add that there you please reltfton Is the study of truth
they will dispose' of it In suchmanner were teachers' of another religious the spirit of that agne slate what the rules ire after valuable form of prater to a hundred questions arise

as will be adapted to body," according to meat, as it affected(( 1 thehurch S1! ai they apply (. me and >ou-| time with Him In lote
( wrote to Mr Ilaiubton
ethers like
the political changes of this Information that he had received me. people that you are, ran Immediately .
in M Augustine at know I I. Involuntary distrar
country who "\\ish to depute .\ You are now exempt percerve
edging that, If the facts In the t liens need not diecouragetou
the Roman Catholics who are from the law of fasting. but Granted that truth exists. Strange but true
Bishop Tngland: reaction case were at stated bv Hish. they are a pert of human :
to this the principal and most t numerous vou are bourn] bv the law of how Is It that so many scholars .
news, which he seems op England: "the propcrtt in frailty But if you find
body of inhabitants. abstinence just as you have very respectable Copr *. 'ca ,
question belongs to the Roman vourself almost. constantly ones, 9 NCWC Net Sorv .
of their property" tile prob been for the past t 52 Years doubt or dray this' fact
Catholic Congregation On rrkfevs' distracted'"Ie saving your .et.a n
ably was referring to the Ash ttetines w- ass r
Episcopalians: and to their at Stu&usllnl'. and it is day. December 7 and Decem rosary I would recommend a VM. Indeed chat| tf* m,

newly arrived minister \n. very desirable that the use of ::4! you may not. eat meat On change of prater for a whik mess by truth!

drew howler. whom Bishop it should be effectually p.rUI't'd Ember: da\s and vigils which Chose those prayers "h..1trl'ally Are there .air w. w a r, .,,
- '' net several
to them turn mind aid oaysd
yewr
require
England: judged in a letter to "halfabatinelw." lOr heart to God. regarding it* Certain! ,

Rome the month before as "a Hainlltoi wat not In "putsesklun partial abutment'e you mat and it is her. that, matters .become .

man of !keen judgment, who of all the fad himself have mean only one On faittUvs Q. Iteccullv, I received toe compUatH

Is now secretly II')In"' to secure but he decided II the at during lent you chain letters asking me. lo There' is a truth of ihknuwMfe .
I .,J..4 ...rj .rl.Ur the ('lIlhullhunb best In view I nut) eat ai \1111 please .
rvurtr of 01 at participate I. a xitrca I Iwa */ the sense, i laws .
I UI Hit < 11 Mill II I'np... !.. piupvity In IIUS I the hucuLMliuiu | .' .\tijmt teller, lo hand over tour ikMtur. aJmes salt II aLI''I. wml the ..vrBalo (kit of" MrlliMMt turned tr'.
I '" JI"I
I ..j I .(.(LI llrloII I' ; of the city did >sue> protloiunallt nl least the that! dirt' '. nine other people, .. at .ot ward aeMibhr and cvimental ," I

,'io.a.. ......., 11"In teed In obtaining title to the parish \'hllrhind bur, leg I have bred" the rh.U. I told. the realilt fantuJt I ij. t tas t., I{ pI y rt

vu'I i" 1'.11 A. .>,are old Bishop residence and ground at n"b't'qut'nll."Me Bible Q and begun to rrad the seeders I dUUl with. I. participate il 1 is SM|. i to you remr,. %
ne. i.. p jro>r; oih.r lot, on the coiner of King and done suinrllme early In IS3. several passages bee the epitaph wader Aid,
r ** puzzle me, her
i.n' .Mo Kluillr U ni.mi St George Streets i instance Mai-. gig monument at Padua I II..
,I". 'ntknllcPIWM A_'.. The congregation would I thew,1' read,. "But In pratIng A. Bravo You acted ad .
-I I Hi* \llmnl e ilhnll* The Bishop letter eon. later be confirmed officially d" not multiply sends, mirablt It i II disvouragmf tosee erityenim Ipnum h.
a (''''',......,.. :.aa' ....Iea. the at these sell .ur and Mil-tin nMltlxrl rluded: in its |1)'lIt"lnn by Acts of .rntilri do; (tar they might remember the ,
'In lit 0. Kl>l.r". a MMW4 Congress on February I. 1C, I think that by sating a great" in the midst of our updated seal j
.II I UMr Ifco Art of Mirek 'The Roman Catholicsclaim and June 18. 132: deal they will .be heard Church AmoatetoM def mtK>n n(

a. no privileges to whith About the other unclaimed lies ,It the rotary not a dirert truth the reiatmtthip of < nn

Ee their fellow Cilutns are nut Church huklings. n..tiirUN.MiiUt UtiliiXriiiriil on 'n..h"l. roiii.uiaiil and rormity the berweeti' the mod

entitled they cUmi no f favor d. Dos ai,.J. lie. bore* These. aa."ers are from thinf knownUt t M '
rtlktr >!....! R wig i>r .luUik-n to tie e). U the t'UlII.lhln cwnvirt there A If "Tbe .UL"a lid" c... MS lease the luleru.a,,
Ei4% tli. CllWt. Stole fcut ).u recttt jurr.ury able dtociwkfti "* tfc>s t.. .1 Lr '
.
they dJtipevlttatty aeerna t.l tj t.Itun any I IB Mcfeftkai rMBMr djtl J tj 1.. l'l.r J D. 4.tIaaIw 4. "
Li' .ro vin bee ii t,,..rn1lI' Cilu.rs "f the spo:iol ctnurn ta tie Ctto- set Interior with C.ftji. .,UI.... la..acvlymaUl U U-ua( 6.1 u Jw n.A.
Itorll ... KMlala P"'Y. >.u jj >'''' tin zwt also s ***..r iuMrtrvtfc
United Slates they: shall Uwt lie U St 01 red poet ,
l
wmiMMuty Augustine late the ipirtt of Christ s cum- -tfce troth U (1 ( tIN
tl,*, ii.lr Miwi lute the i IIt"llt'rt| whkh they at tht* dale. and there HUM If tou put tluttlUa ulsad l pltattllo I. cuautwuehsc k
esieuive 5'
tall
snare n. I.ee.el.. irvMH4ly"pu i eiMii li.*r* on the somber and re The norkU Olholfe' ) .Mtrlaad. Mat it to we my the" truth eertarlll u I h h.
until t now of them bv the I' ..
ruled
Males manner of ,
\mir .,
l'rhfJunfOIHHlfi., t rtl'N't| ts twIt wi ht value 'ir.
This letter was forwarded until 184J pint y .. 111< |be ,
: I k- eage'I i Aid do cot .1 M L. :...,a N.. .


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Irish missionaries ordained for DioceseFr. Five TIM norMa Catholic, Friday-June- -18, 1063


Bishop McCarthy of
tended St Michael's School Milton Malbay Coanty I Ireland, he has cousins whe St. Senan's Church wn the

Caverly/ Blackrock, Cork City. Kilcoe Clare on March I, 194!. are Sisters, one In each of setting last Sunday near noon
National School and St these countries; America, of the ordination of tws Cincinnati consecratedCINCINNATI
He attended National
Four James B. Fachtna's High School In Mullagh Australia Zambia and England brothers In Cooraclare: Father
years Ago
Fllnnan'
School and St -
Skibbereen before
Caverly was studying philosophy his brother's following. College Ennis, County Patrick Joseph !Sherd/ (NC) Consecration ceremonies were
steps and entering and Father!
Michael Sbtfd .
at Mount Melleray Seminary the seminary With his Clare before entering St. Such Is the traditional missionary held here In St. Peter in Chain cathedral for Bishop FJ.

in County Waterford ordination, the numbers of Patrick's College at Carlow spirit of the Irish Their ordinations were the ward A. McCarthy, auxiliary to ArehMnhop Karl J. Alt,
r
when his brother
Father Priest. for his studies leading to the families I who send their
brothers In this Diocese high points in "the" big year of Cincinnati
Patrick J. Caverly was ordained have grown. Priesthood.His Priest ions and Stater-daugh for the family of Mr and they speak" and who i
June 10. 1961-to When Father James B. mother was born In tees to carry the Faith to all Mrs. Patrick StanislausSheedy Archbishop Alter was the "probe the truth nltI ill.|+ "
the Priesthood for the Dto- Caverly offered his first Massat New York City but moved to points of the globe who live on a farmin consecrator (June IS) with predetermination to d"-Il,
test of Sl Augustine Ireland e.rlyln her life. Mr. IA4 but ,
to
St. Comgall's Church Kilmacduano In the palishof coadjutor Bishop Clarence G. develop cat r
This year when Bishop Lisheen. in Skibbereen, his Flynn is a native of Mullagh.The Fr. Cooraclart. feet and apply to the we J
DoolyFather Issenmann of Cleveland and
Thomas Keogh Priest's brothers "
presided at an brother Priest assisted and are of today.
They have 12 children of
John K. Mussto
Michael Thomas, Brian and Bishop of
gave Priests the sermon. Five other Frank Flynn Michael Thom. Bernard Booty Is at whom the Florida Priest is Steubenville! as coconsecrators. The new Bishop, a nativeof
were at the
present home this week with their fourth. Father Sheedyas Cincinnati, was secretary
mem
as Flynn is studying at UnIversity
Mass which at '30 They and nine other
began born on November 13: to .\
College in Cork bers of his family at 13, Sum fC'hbthllpJtrr for O
Father a m.A on June 13. Brian at Mount St Joseph;, merhill South Cork, In the 1940. Bishop McCarthypeople Bishops concelebrated the years before "bring nam: :1
i ('Ou.in. Father Michael Christian Brothers school parish of St Finbarr. This solemn Mass Bishop Paul F. titular Bishop of Tamnxtanl! .
In -- -- -
? James 8. O'Donovan of County Cork The Bishop of Killaloe Leibold. auxiliary of Cincinnati
'/ was at the ordination as Ennistymon, County Clare; claims their other Prtesl-son, of the district to make the Among those present at V!.e
preached sermon.In
Caverly were aunts, Miss K. J. Caver and Frank at Ennlstymon Father Michael Sheedy, who the three-day pilgrimage to consecration ceremonie
ly and Mrs M. Mimhane. Technical School in the same 1. was their third child St Patrick's Purgatory at his sermon Bishop lei were his mother !\ICaU!;?

and cousins, Miss N. Mini- county. r.tbrrBtrnud Lough Berg Gaelic games, bold said that destructive rlne McCarthy, two broth >
have. Miss C McCarthy Ills slater Miss Mary Ber- ? Father Patrick Joseph basketball and gardening are criticism of the Church Is "a who are Priests, Father N :
Mass he Miss H McCarthy. Sister nitrite Flynn, studies at Sheedy attended St Patrick's some of the hobbles of members subtle kind II msrtvrdom" bert J. McCarthy, of the i ,
other ordination provided Fachtna of Bon Secours Hospital Spanish Point convent la a. Seminary in Carlow.: his I of the family facing the Bishops todsy. culty of St. Gregorv'i Mn r
the Diocese with an. in Cork City and Sister County Clare Dooll brother St Patrick's College, Seminary here, and Fat': r
other Father Caverly. Father The reason the Sheedy "An at direct
attempt
Emmanuel of Drishane Convent Majnooth Both were ordained suppreskion Donald G McCarthy of tfa
James Bernard Caverly County Cork. Uncles, aunts and first to the Priesthood last family looks at the year of r will. only aggravatethe faculty ofIt.! !St Man s
Both parents. Mr and Mrs cousins Joined Father Finn's Sunday at Mass at 11 30 a m. 19CS as "the" big year In- tendency to be unruly and Major Seminary; and two
James Caverly. attended Father Other relatives In religion family I I at the ordination eludes the fact that two of unjustly critical of authority sisters Sister Grace Miriam
Patrick Caverly's ordination Include tu Priests In Morida Mast. was the place of his birth on their children have been or ." director of the Seton Home of

Since then Mr. Father Drnls O'ltega at June 26, 1WO. Baled Priests; "Breda," who lie called for "true scholars !Studies at the mothcrhnne

Caverly has died. His widow" Immacufcile Conception par. Fr. WalshFather The new Print of the Diocese U Sister M Colette will be men who thoroughlyknow of Charity of Cincinnati and
Mrs Agnes Caverly I led Ith In Jacksonville\ ; and Father Is a son of Mr, and :Mrs. fl Father finally professed In August; the subject of which Mrs. Kobeit BeiachrL
more than a dozen membersof Eugene McCarthy at St. Flannan Wal.h of Timothy Desmond Dooly Brian will. become a qualified
the family to the ordination Jon *f Are parish In Boca the Diocese of St Augustinewas P.lrlfllShtt'd national teacher this month;
ceremony this month. Raton ordained along with his They also have at home r "' Ann concludes her work at Popo Paul VI"Christ
with them their son. Des !Munster Institute In June;
At her tide were Father Among the relatives of the brother Father Michael mood 22 and teenagedaughters John was the last of the

Patrick Caverly and two Fathers Caverly in religionare Stella and Betty family to receive Confirma
other tons and a daughter U Sister Joseph at the Carmelite Father Doolv's mother wasa ton last month, and Concep- defined

ire the second member 01 the convent In Rochester; Mm Mary Moymhan. At In St Senan's Church by ta Is dung her leaving certificate .
family ordained to the Priesthood Sister Mary Paul! at St. lather his ordination this month all llisliop Joseph' Rodgers of( examination, which I
for the mission of St. Michael's convent in Newark of his family attended plus Killaloe means the same thing ai

j Augustine Diocese. New Jersey and Father Matthew hlasnas uncles and aunts Mr. and (It1"11 the first ordinationever graduation from High School Himself as Truth
Duggan at ChrUt Mrs Jack Moymhan Mr. with a diploma In the U S.
The new Priest. In a special Church In New Zealand Walsh \ ... held In the country .. ... ... .
.
Interview for the ordinationissue and Mrs Hen Dooly. Mr and church which had undergoneextensive Uncles! and aunts and a .1. e Cori present! (hrfore PlUte), that

told The Florida Catholic Mrs Bob Dooly. Miss Delia remodeling. .' for the cousin of the new Florid to the Jews to try somehowto I II U say hrlnt. llirUt Is
Miss I Kathleen end the tiresome trialPilate's Irulh!
Fr. Flynn Moymhan Priest are In religion
that the student for St. occasion when Mr and Mrs.
Movnthan. Mr and Mrs Tom question Is among
Augustine learn quite a lot Shelly and family Joined al Montlgnor Bernard J Think of It, lielovid) yoi ';2
O'llaHofan. Mr and Mrs those which weigh
about the Diocese "from The Patrick Flynn the grandfather Walsh of Dublin, who Is a the ordination of two sum Sheedy of Uloomlngtufl, till perennially peole| You will then understand
Paul I FitigibiMin. Mr. and on the consciences of thinking
Florida Catholic, our past and Mr and Mrs member of the Holy Ghost Mrs. A. Forde Present were" the brothersand hula, and Father Joseph| men' \Shat Is truth' 11 the value of the title
students and from our professors Michael Flynn, the parents of Congregation. sisters of the Priests, Sherdy CM of Lanaik. Scut us the In given to your comix-tition
repeat question
One of the members the new diocesan Priest. Father The son of Sir and Mrs, Father I>onal IJnehun .fSt fumed from the oldest to the land, uncles, Mother M Ulin "(Judd est verllas'" And you will understand

of the faculty during a J Patrick Joseph Flynn John Walsh of Klnnllly re- Hnbarr's College In Cork youngest IloMfii. Consent of Mere Draw It up )ourselves.Anil what a light, what" a Joy must
visit. to the Diocese, brought were among those present inFather relied the Priesthood from wit assistant Priest al Father Miss NUura Sheedy t and Killaloe, and Sister M her Illumine your existence. V.u
back Interesting pictures of Itiihop Thomas Keogh of Kit- I 11001)'. lint Mats, Monday Sisirr M Colette who was nantto. In Duhuqtie. Iowa here U the reply lo the will understand how the
the places he saw In 1963. Father dare and llghll on June II June II, al the Itrptra- bliss Drlgld bbeedv' before aunts and Sister M Luke a tremendous question regardIng truth proposed for your competition .
Caverly said I I. the Cathedral .1( the Assumptloa lion convent In (',rll. she entered the Sisters of first cousin serving In South truth i It Is Ihe man there coincides with life

His brother has been teething at ('arlow. attend Mercy in l.lmerkk! ;: and Dan Africa, and how through love It fi'.I'J!!
at Bishop Barry Highs Father thinly the Sheedy of Cooraclare It, develops\ It. consoles It,
There were five brothers dies
They} have three sisters. an J Presentation Hrothart Cal-. Bishop
<'hool in St Petersburg since 1'.lrle J.nn. Also Miss. Ann Seedy attending and sU sinters of the Florida fortifies It and sanctifies ILtrlgVMwnalIIMf
",.st. and four cousins who I... M Cork H. Mt sco
Mi ordination In 1I He has are members of Religious den school .M IMt and Munster Institute in I'rlenl present al his ordination P\IU! (Jltn-lJllhop) fouls
also been assisting at Holy 'ypgations: Sister MAe worked for (Iwo years swill Cork Brian Sheedy, at St with his parenli as wellas \ M. Durrleu W.' of Uuahlgouya -

family parish there Father red SHJM\ of At..lt'r.'allfuml' 1MW whM. he shred M Patrick's Training College. the Priest uncles from llrl'er'olta.. farmer

James Caverly said: < and Sister MMenedes I Patrick'i: Callage. Tftwrlas. 1 Diunvondra., Dublin. MissConcenta Scotland and the t'.V, and superior general of the Unite *. a. c..,.-.....i L *... "I I feel It a privilege going Mercy Convent. in County TiBparary Sheer, graduating aunts, Mother M. Rosarll, Fathers died hear (May 31)at ) Ambufunee Stt'vlc.'
t. Augustine, .* the year the ("athedial' of the ASHHM,| Portumna Ireland attended He !became a Pried af the from high school in Spanish Mli vgnes, .Sheedy and Miss the age of M. VA 4-U7J
.f In qusdrkriitcnnlal eel.* Lon at *'at low when he was the Mats at which thir Diocese W 8l Asgrilme. en Point Convent of M.rcy. Kalhlera Sheedy Bishop Ihirrleu, a veteranof ST. AUSUSTINIIMS.

arslloa." ordained a Pitctt on June U brothers were ordained Jaw U Arehbahap Theme.Mach Ala Joseph. Sheedy, at. Also present were uncles both World Wars who held
AIM present were his Priests The sister In the of Caatel. rabid. Mmta landing St FlannMs. Cat and. aunts Mr and Mrs. the rank of major In the
His family, lives at Graaada. brother and nter. All attended mentation Order Sister M the .Hr.Mtns.H. at the Mass I loge, Fasts. Miss Rita TiNihv, Mr and Mrs McMahon French army headed) the
Church\ Crass. 5k1......... his. first Mass at the Martina Portarlugtoa, Ireland in the Cathedral af the Assumption MMedy' attending the school Mr and Mrs, Dan White Fathers from 1W7 to

County Cork Hta sister u Mullagh parish Church in the was not preventMr at Thurles at the Convent af Mercy in (rogan. Mr. and Mrs. William \ 1997 The community specialises
Miss Mary Kitfcne Cav+rly. Diocese of Killaloe Father and Mrs Sean Walsh fitKllllllth' His cable ta the iMocte Kilrush Cawaty Clare, MiaaHarnadette and first In African missionary .
lie has t*o brothers bvujg a naRochester Myna celebrated the Mesa were at the ardina that same day read Sheedy also a Mary.Rragafl.Martm; and Geraldine cousins work

: New Vark. .Aa aa June U at 11 a m It wasa ties Mr Walsh Is a brother Ortfainad Sunday. My Meat student at the' Spanish Point McMahon. Michael,- A native of Toulouse
drew Fhtaarr Cavity and. Sunday Mass let the parish III the Prints sag to all. r tmvenl and JtIIIa Shady of Mary sad lilt Grogan Ann France, Bishop Durrleu was MORIAI.,
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Danieliacwi C'averl CaoraclareWb ordained In IKM, became coadjutor
and the aaatar Father Jeremiah The Priests' parents were and Pauline Touhy: Mr. and

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CLKAIWATKR: : The second annual commenceS sure there is not one graduatewho

mont for Clearwater Central Catholic High School, held does not feel very strongly
that all this would be impossible
June 7 in St. Cecelia Church here brought Archbishop without the sacrifices r

Joseph P. Hurley to the area to present the diplomas to and constant encouragement .

graduates. A member of the faculty Father Michael J. of jour parents.

Larkin, delivered the address to the graduates. Father Any parent who serves the

Bernard F. Dittman president of the Clearwater school dictates of his conscience and

presented the students to the Most Reverend Archbishop realizes the value of a Catholic

education for you, not only :. .. ,f :, >1,1( ,
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.t deserves your constant love ; ,

The Father quality Larkin of said education: Father t" 't and appreciation reward, in but which a special Almighty J '/t ;:': 'f t. >: it *: }

that ,ou have received at God will not be want ,
Central Catholic has been 111chael" J. r.f'4 v .. J p
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adequate to prepare you to ing. r' Wl ,. 1; ,, I t I, )I' ,

make a firm and right Judg! Larkin" Not only have they done all d" "

ment concerning your vocation this but many of them will I
Graduates from Central Catholic High School Clearwater
in life The degree to continue to sacrifice so that ,
which will utilise thinedJtation you can have the benefit of
you among attending the great Catholic Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley turgid from the left, are Rosa ardi, Chart Marrirt. laid Kui- from the left, are John Dieda- Parker William McCrld.",.
willary assured To what or whom do we Institutions presented aiplomai to these mary King, Marianna Salceias, tall, Kathleen Brannan, Martha rich David Fullerton Thomas Barry Sgarralla, Robert Gorby
yu but you can rest basedon look for consolation t tll overcome seniors of Central Catholic Mary Casey, Carolyn Kufro, laycock, Rosemary Brasnahan, lodard, William Kill Charles Greg Juett.

that if your decision is the nervousness which I know that as you crow: in High School in Clearwater en Dabbora Zint, Sheila! tresses, Sharon Cola, Carol McNally. Baiinilii, Thomas C a I II I d y, ., ,,
havhid. "u ''
thp'traming you e '''''''''''''' ""' \
seems to have gripped everyman maturity you will come to a June 7. Girls of the class, pic- Janet Thomas, Michele Rich- Boys of the clan, pictured Thomas Magilllgan J a man
will begin new
you your on earth fuller I I realization! of the
of life with a solid
phase
four.dahon5tructurl' it si I
solid at the foundation on organization in which we has prompted your parentsto God U. S. astronauts Travelers advised
do their duty before
have membership. I am referring
It rests. a
which to the And now as we part thereis ,u"" ",,,, ""..","" "" "" "
What position In hi. have specifically carried medals
one final message that I Confirm papal audience
you chosen or what positiondo Catholic Church. a
would like to leave with you St. LeoST.
you intend to choose in Christ, the eternal shepherd
and I know when I say this from Pope John
which you feel you can best has an abiding call for that I am speaking on behalf By Father John P. Donnelly Pope Paul almost! always LEO; St. Leo Collegewill

work out the salvation ofyour in, His beloved sheep. As of every teacher at the school. HOUSTON (NC) Astronauts flOUt; (NC) For the vast majority of travelers in appears at noon to recite the have three voting delegates

souP What has been the many of you enter the great It is our hope) and prayer that James McDivitt and Europe; Rome is a must And for tourists and pilgrims Angelus and give his blessing at the 22nd NlhonalConlrf'1I
decisive motivating factor in secular universities of this Kduard: White each carriedon whether he is at the Vaticanor of the National
one day we can point with alike the highlight i of a visit to the Eternal City usually
your choice? country, your impressionableminds of and their four-day space flight at hn. summer residenceat Federation of Catholic College
at
pride any one you turns out to be an audience
the of
Has the decision which you will be targets "He she was a graduate special I I St. Christopher their reservations confirmedand Cast el Gandolfo. Some. Students in WashingtonD.C
say or with Paul VI.
reached been based on the liberal and radical ideas. It of Central Catholic High medals sent them by the late Pop| tickets waiting usuallythe times he also celebrates Mass in August, Michael Romano
call of the world and its alluring will be then that the metal of School." Pope John XXIII. t'nfoitunately many visitors day before the scheduled in public on Sunday or student government

positions or is there your Christian backgroundwill Struck especially for the miss the opportunity to event. schedules audiences and for president; Michael Mir on,
any shadow of a doubt in be tested. Not all of you purpose by order of Pope see the Pope merely because these you will need tickets senior delegate: and Chris
your minds that you may will have the opportunity of Thanks Pope John the medals have an they have not taken. the timeto For Americans planning a which the office can provide. Iloff. junior delegate
have given a deaf ear to the entering a university but image( of the late Pontiff on inquire beforehand how togo visit te Rome the audience 2. Whether you have made
voice of God ringing: in the this is no indication that your VATICAN ('ITn( ) one side. On the other Is the ( about it Others have written office has the following advice previous contact by letter or
ear of conscience' education has ended as of this Stefan Cardinal Wydzynski traditional representation of off the prospect In the i not call the audience office Layman jailed
Without has thanked )I'upe Paul1 mistaken belief it is difficultto
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hold .
What does the future evening our
you
the patron taint of travelers 1. Try to include a Wednesday as soon ai you arrive in BOSSCI( ) A C-tMlo
for the graduating senior of Church and nation would during an audience here last arrange: this in spite of
carrying Christ in your plans for Rome Rome (phone 6iOfi."J8 and let layman, Thomas Garay, has
1%$? We are living in an era greatly suffer.It week for proclaiming Mary the fact that Popes, at least since most papal audiencesare them know how long you will been jailed by Hungary's
of fear and change There is would be unfair of me as Mother of the Church at Pope John quietly sent in modern times have taken scheduled for that day be staying They will lake communist government fol'II'inl
fear of war fear of a popular this evening to give you, the the clow of the third sessionof medals to the original IS extreme pains to make themselves If you cannot make it then it from there religious instruction to
tion explosion fear of internal graduates, all the credit for the ecumenical council last l'' nit.I d Stales astronauts more available to the 3 If
your best bet would be Sun you cannot make children outside school hours
strife and corruption. your achievements. I am year shortly before his death two public than perhaps any other day. either Wednesday or Sunday The German Catholic news

years ago( personage: call the office any..y'ou agency KNA reported that
aw
Julian Scheer, assistant ad "Americans "III tin f Pope says: Use never know when some special ( because the trial was secret
minihtrator for public affairs Rome, the process ef obtain event is coming up which no indication was given as
at the space" agency NASA ing a papal audience ticketIs the Pope will attend. The the length of Garay's Jail
said he believes that Me- made almost effortless temporal things to audience office does term.

Divitt a Catholic plans to through the services provided
give( the medal he carried to by an office set up and win those eternal
Bishop John L Morkovsky. operated by the American TAMPAINSURANCE
VATICAN ( ITV (NC
of Gal veston-Houston for Rlshopi through (heir secre ) -
t s11 presentation to Pope Paul VI. tariate, the National Catholic POJ* Paul1 urged an Ascen I
siun Thursday holiday crowd
McDivitt's fellow astronaut Welfare Conference, ,. .
in St Peter's square, to "use
brook Edward Methodist White attends Sea The NCWC office for papal the temporal things to whichwe Fire Auto life .Home ee luiweasHENRI :
church hereWhite
1 disclosed' that he car audiences is located in the are bound in such a way ( A. MONTEAUMOREIANDOUVERMONTEAU.
ned three religious Ohjl'l'h"Ith graduate( house of Rome's as to win those that are eter liJ INC. 1
him on his historic North American College( the'aia nal" 1} Western Uftie; Building
"walk" Santa Maria dell' Umilta. Revive your faith In future Phone 22f-im Tampa Roe JaMARY
( in St Chris.topher
spllc'l"-a
1t I at :III'Ia dell t'milta. realities" he said, as he spoke
medal a gold cross
one block from the famed from his apartment window
and a Star of David
Fountain of Trevi. From 9 befoie leading in the recitation F
t liT "I think this Is probablythe am to 1 pm and from 4 of Regina ('0f'1i

most Important thing I to 7 p in daily either Mon "\" are so tied te earthly HELP OF
had going for me en the ar II n o r Joseph 7rd.. the hopes and often the ugh
night," he aid. graduate house's Superior or :,
At Melbourne Catholic High School his assistant Faihcr Charles -litlans we are more Intent
Saying he had "great! faith"In on pursuit of presentpads
Klmer.: staff the office, filling
the people behind the and Interests as fleetin CHRISTIANS CAMPFORMERLY
Among the 39 graduated from the mond and his parents, Mr. and Mia., requests that come In from
Gemini flight. he added: i a* lime, than In the purr
first graduating class of Central Raymond Fisher. Sr Thirty-four of the all over the United States by
"Also I had a great faith in 111101'.1 mil af those which last far
Catholic High School in Melbournewas 39 Melbourne graduates have been accepted my own God I couldn't mail' or receiving \ f\fr- pirlliml) and religious CAMP DON
BOSCO)
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Raymond Fisher Jr., class vsle.dictorian ( by colleges: of their choice ac take (la symbol' ) for each religion personally.They good," Pnpe I'aul emptmilird. -

pictured with, from the left cording to Father Peter C. Dolan, in the country hut I have Information onpupal For Boys 8 to 14Staffed \I

Father Lawrence Redmond Mother school president took the three" 1 was most function at their fingertip He asked the people to

Marguerite O.R.F., principal; Ray. familiar with. *. prav with him that Man will' aclusivet by the Salesian of Don lose.. touted enb.aat

----- Million patients They can ads .ice letter In. "help us to look toward hen fast Ease at the eMkirh of Tampa. Uds9 aI Mefacddies \
quliers on the best time lo en and plate our supreme. of the Mary Help of Christians School for Boys.
SCHOOLSROSARIAN Spanish Bishop P \TS \, India ( (')--Since come to Home for special aspirations and hope "hf'f" open Sunday, Juse 20+ts Sea Sunday, August Ids, incknve, I

extremists its foundation by two Medical events, and they take care of Christ is. beyond this ten ,
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scores Mission Sisters 25 years ago: all the* details In requesting\ pural wen I

MMHtlD: (N-A) Spanish Holy/ Family' hospital here has tickets from the Vatican for
ACADEMY Bishop has said that laymenwho treated a million patients these and for the regulargeneral MNaNNasaaNNNNNNaN

Rasidaitt. and day school for girls, en shertt of beautiful have difficulty in obf'Y'Inl The hospital in the tame. audience. To make
Worth Grades one te twelve. Fully accredited, N.... Build. the Church are extremists period had 32,000 operationsand matters more effortless for A Must Reading For

logs All sports music, art, dramatics Directed, by Slstars efSi. who "either I resist reforms delivered 18.0HO babies the visitor they will even deliver Every Catholic. .
Dominic For catalog address: Registrar the Church believes Its school of nursing and midwifery tickets to hotels on re

ROSARIAN ACADEMY, WEST PALM BEACH necessary, or ak for re has become the conntry's quest Others who stop by REBEL BISHOP
forms which the Church eon largest nursing school the graduate house wilt find MNaNaaaaaaaaNaaaNNNN .
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Academy Of The Holy Names Auxiliary Bishop Rafael
Gonzalez Moralejo of Valencia 0
Resident and day school for girlt. Grades one ta t..I.. .. Fully made (he statement in an 1
accraditad., Program includes: college preparatory and general address on the relationship
courses, music, art and sports. Conducted by Sistart of the Holy between the laity and the

Names. 3319 Bayshora Boulevard, Tampa, Florida hierarchy.Blshnp .

:Moraleje laid thata 1
Chrlitiait ordinarily should'

not find It difficult le obey the "
OUR LADY OF THE HILLS Church.


Difficulties arise however, 4x.'i
when the Church's constant ;

CAMPUENDCnSOIWnLE reforms endeavor perfection for Initiates renewal certain and { 1'1"i:;



N. C 'Then, there are some who Faa: 1)0.00 ,., ....k fot ay number e4 .".1.

cling: to tradition and ,0t Al act.hen fr.a. inctud...q: FeJ.9. !.......", a.'*",r.g. gym'
others who want to renew I katabal i>ofl.at, _vt, Ct- "..... cawpfirot.. r.c.
A Catholic: camp for boys and girl ages everything, even the essentials '

7 lo 16. 200 acres, 37 buildings in the ,' 1 J Ju WRITE TO:

Blue Ridge Mountains. Large modern that The In these Bishop t cases emphasized the (hul'\b Mary Help of Christian School

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pool, mountain lake, with all camping has the duty to curb all extremist Post Office Boi H

activities guided by trained counselors. activities, to clarifyand Tampa Florida 33605
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ceremonial On June 6 waro, commencement Geld at St. d.autumn".. will, U attend of whom eoHaae have In. the. Buchan Gr'99(. Friai, RjuoR Paul Webb, John French Dymtrew Vincent' Drwo,, i.wCI: Noel J.. Mph Franc! Henchette, JameiDavidien J,. (I.tu+.+or4an), John MtcKaalHoapnar William Francri' Print, Joseph

Petenburgi Buhep Barry High re.ui..eltchol."hipt ((v.l.didori.n'Charles) Bradley Walter Vide, Thomas laph Nugent, Edward JotephCoryn Hanry Edward L.. Lawrence Edward William Klingal, Ralph Thomas"
> 1 IJ rtudantiwl Edwin Ford Pots Hard Lan. Edward Tobin David. Wilson John. Burnt Kirkland John. Me. Carrot William, Chariot" .
School Dpomi' ware i"... to enter tho. Anthony Philip Covert Ferguson. Kevin. Pete Sohton,
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144 memberi of the/ clan. Pictured religioui" Kfe. dry James Joseph Julian. l.r. ScuueL Vincent John Bone, J."' .. G....". Charles Lao Wowal. Robart. CuHn Fmlay William Daniel. Grant Stack, Jehu M.

E;ghty-four per cent of the itu. from the. left in the first row nerd Hilary Ototty Jr. J._. Second rev, Ronald Louis Franklin. Golel...", Gerald Richard L.. liar, Michaal' Ray Joseph Faath John. Michaal Gray, end. Robert Van. Hansen.

are Denial James Randolph C.lelweD Jr, Wayne K.M, Jon &r99ory .labor William Seaberq, Petor Duane mond Lydon, Chariot Arthur Hamion; Michaal Thomas\ Lops, Jr.
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Bordeaux John Kavm Orr, William Jacob, Cani.l An.. S e e f g e Franc McMahon T.bbitt< III. Michael William Dimter, Andrew. N. Kerttino,
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Daytona Beach -- --- Heutinfer. Richard Joseph Charlai White. Gerald William SchwtiVart,
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Arts of leisure Third row, Mcha! l lennon Nicholas Angarmeir Steven charity seen in

W.<<1"", Thomas Handenon, Craig Huel9i ..

I- Davit. Philip, : Brendan/ Callahan. Fourth row, Jamai Peter

Cut+om Made Drepei Revision of movie code needed Michael- Leiko Mahoney, Ja- Koaluh! John Burke Sullivan understanding of peopleHI

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New 24M N. Di.;. Frt*..y By Rmietl Shaw however the making of a Changri that make the Legion of decency.''.. r,."ra111'h sAlv.Ln.AI.' s.5,...' tor h.s rautionftt hfro against being too quirk ta apply

Smyrna 461212 IT become Increasingly apparent radical reorientatlon within rode more workable would .ukli*>>.4 m Ik* 'AltI...... ft the a.ljcctlvo "C'hrtlltln"to

that the current the film industry are undent certainly be universally welcomed. rates new movies -* -j :, do not suddenly artie, they

moral crlm In the I'nited ably preient 11\pce Include Hut reuiloni that ?. Ira 1MM contemporary noclfty."U have their rood In pad fol.

NORGREN LAWNMOWER States movie Industry moving the growing number of risque convert It into a mere paper I Morally unebiectionable. ; for general patrenaae talk too glibly of the llei, ancient Injustices and

CENTER < toward come ors of moment U.S. motes; the fact that. tiger would Inevitably, the Atrc"n.. .... Pow. l.l.aa'. 55.50.. TA.Iw.d western' world at a Chriitun most frequently too, In Chris
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rrt.onirn- t.l... r-,,.a,\..,.. precise form thii will token decade, the national Lesion charge of knuckling under to i...">.... A.'.", IM.rn-.. "...1. Ih"'.. tun way of life" laid IViuf' Mr Hyde railed for Hu-
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1n..MI. IM MIII.MI. A.. far remains. hidden around of Dnency hal felt obliged to Hi own wont element. l-lrw.' ......K:>Ik..*. I** Mirr......,ISh-i-iii II",' T......-*.!.enll"Polllf. "..".*n. Ui ll)'il. Art they really rated Chrlitiani to "bring anew

n .nO.AtN tome yet to be reached bend gue clan "C' condemned, ..ii.rr. i lljr M.41.rnlnM.I.I. Tkl>f of $.._4./ I in Chri.tilnl"Mr critically Christian
in the road.W'hateser. ratings to two major Molly St' mr.n Ii traditionally I twNrpll'. .. Th.",*>'ii<, I Hyde, former editor\ of approach "
wood prodlK'\jonl-th.\ recent time nf, dnldrumi In tots '_.'1, CH4.rlf. Mur4.r Mml r s.lMr ) TN... r,"..,,, the (Indnn (Dally \Sorker and to every situation.
the outcome.MAIT Tin r... lad, T... n41.' When that happens! he laid
1 Klu Me, Stupid" and now vlnton. but thii Tar may be 1Mb W.r. Jo*, 54,0.,15.54.r. Tr.,,. T i* now a Catholic stoke recently .
"The Pawnbroker. and the different The reason an mm Mi ....*...* li'*.4X T,.".,. I at the annual commencement "a revolution will\ be workedIn
pus .r .'.<<.. ..., r.l H MlWrKlna Troth. ......, ,..,.". the lifa o( the world about
PAY 10NA1w circumstance that both films article In Variety eiplami, Ii r.....r < ... TV. INu1Al.r11's.lhi I of bra Coil.,.. The the
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carried the seal of approval that technological marvel Purr Cl.. Ik* 000. Mix W., Piririr author and lecturer received
the Early Bird communka Mwwvn 0111 lr 51.. N.. Torli i r Irani Ik* M...ii workaday and political
of the movie an honorary doctorate of let
induiUy'i pro- .Mi llmr*. Tki 11.11115. I'n..N.lb. 1'515.' l> .f Ik* IHIr worlds
ductKM code done satellite, now whirling rettr, ."..., I. ('.mini. \: ttriK RllW:* i ten from the college
.Now cornel word from through the hraveni. W'ur .i5,. ,... \'"".. In III. >.4 Referring to the Vlrt Nam
I. N.u.lonIT t rir. Th. .1.A.. I'Kl".n.
Ralph hot:.!, acting preii- Come u m m r.'Irl.t, 55.4, flKf nr NllKlIllPlr "'*r r." war_ h. laid there Ii 'umio- Beach

deal of the motion picture ataociatton nctri, the TV networks will 00' II" ....'. .,.. .T ,........ b. abs n.v'. thing!! almoit Indecent alxmtieopla Daytona
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lee lCar..I..G..t.I.. .. of Amerki. that revliwn be relatively. free from the K.w T4 Q.*M *l Ik.. PtfllMK wii5.1 Ik. | who sass li\eil! In

of the rode I It In the confinei of the rigid ached- 1..*. at A5114II.II.Iu1.5 .., fed Ik.* r*..|il. w.wd.rhswwr1A | .... .. Wu de W... .. TtilllltwlH ....,4..I.. '
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works The ooje .
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/ M altuaio q'\ )I4 North Bach Streetpt laid after conferring with will make the M s.r.1M.. ... ..u Ir I... m..ri4 WHHiyil .tunTank trap and the napalm bombs, Symbol/
I MMKMO. J code administrator 1 1._ Oh....u...... U VM Mm. >< now fuddrnly 1I1'1".ln. that
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'SIT reicie,* I. to brlnf the code 'lemlvf eiperlmenllng with j ,..5.,(5. Qu..... 15. ..kt. In Ik. 1(51.5.. the real war Ii just begin- I 01

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"' Travelers sent tMnklng and practice" satellite, hi the transml..kiss iM fajam. .,.........." ...... 014 t>*rk II. >M TklII people of Viet Nam Servicttlor
.. Thu Ii bv no meini a bad from ,.... .. IM ....."' .. .. *MM*. T'. hate known, this In 'their user

Fi_it ro thing In IteeH Th. present rl"l" anr..rMA. ,...t'. PoInVh.0s1. ..' and bitter eiperlenre for

'I Porch end Patio; Specialt el mde for the moat part U the Fven: s< early liMa, th. ..., ..1, T 15e, <..!*.) f.ilui f Ik.** I 155'tmr* .r MAN TA.PMN more than 20 yean," he d.

t. 7W Rattan Wrought Iron frVHt .... .. .. Quirk Oar dared 49 Years
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05.1 5.545., /oh..IO *.<.. (Haen Ihrlr laid, "It Ihil the mi* ala.rtl ....",,... 151.flspas. .
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First graduation held for Notre Dame Academy. Petersburg


At St. Jude Church In St Ann. Bath, Kathleen Mary Me. met, Jane Eluebeth Panther, Anne Rotx'nett Linda W Yen Elizabeth Atlee I I McKeniie: Fitulment" Lynne Ann Gilbert Carole Anita Frank, Marilyn Arlene Whitten, Dorothy Ann

Petersburg, the first graduates Clure Patricia Ann Burford, Ka+hle.n Lee, Barbara Ann Eiten, Sabrielle Ann Deland Nancy Ann Gangloff, Joyce Susan Cutter., Susan Mane Eliubeth Dougherty Linda Elite Norton Ann Colleen Johnson

of Notre Dame" Academy received Paula MdI c.nt Deeb, JoAnn Pryl. end Joyce Key Whigham. Paula Anne Gribbin, Nancy Ann Louise Fantmo end Karol Ann Kurant Carol Ann Cobb, P.", Hammel. Frances M. Conwelt, Nancy

I their diplomat/ on Jun. Marie P.lermo, Ofelie E. G.,. S.cond row, PrucilU Elue- Betas, Linda J. Liberto, Eli... Kennedy ela Lynne Bonfield Maureen C. tack row, Madeline Josephine Jean Terchia, Sheila Ann Bach-

6: from the left, front row, ci., Ann E, Ren, Marilyn T. beth Pr+.non, Judith/ R.. L.d. bath Mae Dunn, Ernacleire; Third row, Carolyn Ellen Brady, Colleen Ann Hager, Fabniio, Mary Collar Gard-/ men, Diana Lee Smith, end

Mary Margaret Sieilieno, Col. Gordon, Elaine Lou;" Wright well, Patricia Ann Perei, Jane Johmaxyn Ponder, Patricia Ann Schoeller, Genevieve M. Cullen Carol Jean Muchle, Kathryn until, Patricia Mary Mulheern, Elinor Mary Wi,.", .".

i I ,lette Marie Paquerte, Margot Joanne Major Patricia Ann Go. Frances Angermeier, Michele Higgins, Mary Ann McLean Luebeth Nedley, Kathleen Ellen Francis Oroii Karla Hughes, Kathleen Mane Jennings, Sherry'School's


-Washington letter -Cites traditionVATICAN Sharing our treasure -- Study theology

out, so W.1SHI\GTON( NCI-( ,For

11 the first time four Sisters will
CITY (CSC-On)
the eve of President Giuseppe when please watch out'T4LLAIUVSFE"School enter the Catholic 1'mversity
Seeks laws Enquirer impressed
to correct immigration S.rallat': state visit to the of America this fall to begin
: !' i studies for a doctoral degree
Pope. theatican City daily
opportunity t to revamp "national origins" test em lying this bill HR I 101)) which newspaper emphasized Italy invited to attend Mass out, so please watch out" in sacred theology They
THE
stated Florida Patrol were admitted to Die
national policy on since excludes immigrants from historic I link i with the Highway coursesafter
Immigration I .is perhaps certain countries and favors Commander H. N Kirk- permission was grantedto

brighter today than it ever Present Immigration legislation admission of Immigrantsfrom ( papacy. THE Catholic Faith Is a 41 man as he reminded motorists the university bv the Holy

leas been But, it may not be basically the law enacted other countries," the L'O sl'rvatore Romano said treasure But it that schools: are closingfor See allowing qualified Sisters

10 bright a year from now in 1924 stemmed in Bishops of the U !S. said Italy has a special relation to is not to be hoarded as a the season and every and lay person to work for
large part from the conten. the Holy See due to an unmtcnupted hoards his It is the
through the Immigration department miser cold driver should be prepared to tame degrees previously
In view of this clrcum- lion that alter World War I, of the National tradition from ancient meant to be shared and, by a Father avoid running down the child limited to seminarians,

lance, establishment of a the US, would be inundated Catholic Welfare Conferencein times This dates backto divine paradox, the more J.hl A. who may materalire in frontof
national committee for Immigration by a tidal wave of immigration when the Apostle Peter :
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1924. .Suih a policy is a widely it Is shared the j his car at any time ST AUGUSTINE
reform has hPnInnounrd from .devastatedFurope chose Rome as his residenceand O'Brleaan
war
distinct and deplorable de. larger it becomes for the "More children in the 1 to

here, bringing together if barriers err not part lire from our enduring that of his successors, original owner 14 age group are killed in
: a brilliant companyof raised against!!: It. At the same setting there the rock upon traffic mishaps each
tradition nation Our yeAr
as a (hrlst wants Catholic
leaders In business theprofessions time, the barriers were made which the Church arises and every
throughout the nation than
fundamental tradition Is fair
In strive to shire his
the sciences, religion higher against the people of testifying to Christ there with "
unbloody of the from known disease
treatment to all nations The faith with others, especiallythose manner any ,
and public affairs some countries than againstthe / proposed bill involves an his hIe with no church iff Ilia- !Sacrifice of'Christ on Calvaryand Kirkman reminded."Last .
people of other nations The paper said that the lent his missal This,
Robert Murphy, former evident discrimination and a linn of whom there are approximately me 72 children la
The tidal wave of immigrants harmonious relations between year
United States undersecretaryof substantial Injustice to c'l'r.tlln III milllua In this enabled me to follow thert'r.monl..1
this killed
never materialized Italy and the Vatican have ajuridical age group were
and of
chairman of
state and now particular nations No prayers
This not due to the im country and 111 Injured by motorists
was foundation
the board of the Corning reason of statesmanship' can ) in the.lateran the Priest at the altar and THOMPSON
Glass company I Is chairman.The migration/ laws necessarily be advanced in its defense" treaty, and living This Ii not proselyting but thus to derive greater benefit In aeridents en Florida'sstreets ..ndBAILEY
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White House endorses Europeans seemingly decided roots In the conscience of the evangelizing! ( Christ asked all and hllh" ) .
A committee of the lloiife
the work of the committee to stay home and rebuild of Ropiesentatives holding Italian p..ople.Cardinal. Ids followers to spread the looked forward eagerly to Kirkman warned that drivers
their native countries faith when He saidou St.
\\'ith the hopes highest ever hearings the .ltt'ndine Sunday Mats and must always expect the Augllati"-VA4.IUI
on proposed new
There were several arguments shall he witnesses for me in I Cathedral/ Place
for the elimination of the immigration bill last month even when John was attending unexpected where childrenare
to stressesresponsibility Jerusalem and in all Judea
odious "national origins"!!: test employed gain( passage -. already knew that the "national Notre Dame Imvertity, concerned, rememberingthat
/ of the 1924 law, including and Samaria and even to the
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said
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from our Immigration laws, origins" I continued going children are unpredictable
quotas weir
a claim that European ends of the earth" \cts
.
what the committee is seeking not working out as they were very prayers morning and evening and that the motorist MCDONALD'SDRUG
Immijrantlould providecheap 1,8))1.
is action now. Lethargyen supposed to For example, and began reading about must think for them in traffic
labor and throw vast In similar xeln Pius
the part of the American England and Ireland, which of Journalists Pope the Catholic religion Drivers should !be particularly
numbers of American citizens MI appealed to a great
people must be overcome were granted high quotas on After our marriage!!: John alert near public parks STORE
of
out work. But a good deal gathering of the InternationalWorkers'
the feels continued hi" studies at Notre and plavgrounds m fact,
group
the basis of the 1920 Census,
of prejudice shone ITRMHT, The Nether Imon "Win
Today, Immigrants are ad. through, your Dame There I had the opportunity near place where children .
haven't used their full quotas, any
prejudice in favor of one nationality IlInd.fI(: ) The Catholic brothers over to your hope.You ,
milled to the United/ States or anything like them foryears of taking' a course of may be expected to 47 King StreetST.
and against another'He press must he aware of "its will be better enabled
not on the basil of skills they Meanwhile, Instruction from Father Roman gather
may have, or the contributionthey protest against the. applicants from other capable countries great responsibility" to be thereby to build a more just Ladewskl CSC chaplain ".4.11 of us have a moral AUGUSTINEVA
principle and underUN both fair and respectable and and more fraternal "orld"'ou
purpose
make to life In this of the student families in to
may faced long waiting lists, responsibility keep children -
recognize the rights of the \ ahare Faith
country, but in proportion to can your University village Over a safe." Kirkman said, 4.1681PONTIAC
the number of people from q John F.lr'arlh", directorof individual Bernard Cardinal by living an upright! life. explaining .' period of three months Fa and traffic is M potent a
Alfnnk of Utrecht has said
their native lands who were the VNC department fir our Faith, answering the explained all the basic danger to voungsteri that it
here
in this country prior to 1120. Immigration, reminded the questions about it, and teachings of the Catholic will take all of us to do the
This basis of selection gives committee that the present Addressing the recent annual loaning Catholic books such Faith and showed how they Job"
high to certain laws conference of the Dutch as Whits the Truth About
quotas countries cause much sufferingand are rooted in the Vnptures.
chiefly those In northern deprive the ('.S. of talents Catholic society of journalistson (Catholics' and "100) Com On the scene Americas No. I Road C.f
The Church and the mon Questions About Catholic I was particularly Inv
and small
Europe, quotasto this nation could employ
other countries mass media," he declared he Faith," both published by pressed bv the fact that the :\1OTRtCI: : : Father BANTA BROS.

did not like the word censorship Our Sundaylsitor. Catholic ( hurch was founded Arthur Gareau SJ drives a St Auguit.n

Aa early as 1924. the Calho- He said members of the Immediate but preferred to speak There still another simple directly by ('hrist, radio .equipped automobile

lie Bishops of the I'nlted families of Uii.! residents of discretion and of a prudentand method of kindling the interest '' which is beamed straight for
therefore, He said tit
Mites said "such a policy Is journalism Go. traffic accidents, He L BARNES
cool their heels in low wise policy in of ethers In (Ihl'alth: "and make disciples was assigned Eugene
thepostles, '
a distinct and deplorable departure quota'" (countries hile persons the car bv Police Director
,
bringing them to Sunday of all nations and & SON
from our enduring in high quota nations, with no "The Church has great respect Miss. Adrian Robert at the
tradition as a nation" They relatives or ties here, are admitted for the profession of behold I am with you all dabs) request of Paul Fmile CardInal REALTORS t INSURORSeS
have Its effectiveness Is Illustrated even to the consummation of K.ng StreetSt
the Leger of Montreal
consistently opposed without delav And, he father -
the journalist and for the
the world' Matthew 28 It- ;
Aucjult *
added, the laws do not ask men and women who practicethis In the conversum of Rareau is a chaplain at e

CAPE KENNEDY what an applicant can contribute profession," he laid Malmda Jo 'onnolly of Madi :201Chrmt! Montreal General Hospital, EttebHtned I II7SBudgeting

to the L'',S., but rather ann, Indiana, who relates appointed Peter thechief the radIO hook up with police
AREA what country does he come The decree of the ernnifnl- these events in her life of the Apostles and the broadcasts enables him to

from cal cniinc II no the mass Shortly after I started to first Pope. saying Thou art speed' consolation' to traffic

media stairs thai every publication date John T Lorenz, he In Peter, and upon this rock I accident victim.
SURF BOARDS The attacks! upon the "na- must he true and sited! me to attend! Mass with will build my Church, and

Sale or Rent have tional origins"! quota system complete, he recalled him at St Marys Church It the fates of hell shall not
\ persisted and groan it" Matthew LARGO s
was a new While prevail against r
SUN 'N' SEA SURF SHOP I X over four decades, and today "It must be true, respit I didn't understand experience all the 16. ID i
a considerable body of sentiment the laws of
22-2808 176) AIA ing charily and
ceremonies, I
was deeply impressed
-
The lint .f Pope stretches
Satellite Beech for abolition has beenbuilt Justice If it ii complete, it
with the DORES LAWNMOWER
observerThe reverence from St. Peter te the ereteat
up in Congress This must also be fair and mpectable .
and devotion of the worshippers ponllff.I SHOPTore !
same body of sentiment Cardinal Alfrink
may said
Convinced that Christ La>n lay
Holy tee's permanent not be collectable in another The press must reali/e that was received Into Christ ..Ir. ."<... NrpNeaN
observer to the United )'ear or another Congress many people are bad readers was present, they were ah- true (hurch and received our .......
Quality sot bed In their and ,
%Nation, Monaignor Albert starting again: from scratch.So Confusion can be causedIf adoration. primers Eucharistic: I>ord. Cod hal I"1'M..ssslsi IMN N. w

Giovannetti will be a repreaentative some of the nation biggest a dissenting opinion in the blessed us with tu children, I rotM r"r ..." ?

PRINTING of the Holy See names have come together Church on some issue seemsto I toe sensed the pretence and every day my Faith
II *P' i to wake the be ef God and felt I was ,artkt- to The
at the "Convocation of Rehgion up peopleof presented as a general meant mote me
Use Our Low Cost
for World Peace," In the country to the need to accepted version The press paling U the worship. breakthrough same when I ORVIUES GUlF SERVICE

do something about the Immigration must respect the doctrine of John explained that the started attending Sunday 10)9 W. Bar Drive;
observance of the 20th Plan
.. an. laws now, the Church Mats Is the enactment In Mass St1.1171 Den Checking
:wf niversary of the founding 114)74) Nei

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Nine The Florid Catholic Friday, June 18, IMS+ .
warns vocationsto
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Father John Morrissey


LONDON ( ) observes silver jubilee
minister warned

are not keeping 8.R.SOT.Fathr John Morrisaey. assistant tt

"1'-1'------,, "ulatlon + Our Lady Queen of Martyrs parish here, celebrated the
Unless this ii 25th anniversary of his ordination to the Priesthood at

laid, the time will a High Mass of Thanksgiving on Sunday, June 13.
there will not be
Father Joseph P Moran
Priests to go Since 1961/ Father Morrissey .
'Joined parishioners and mem
has been In the United
"To keep pace
bers of the parish Woman'sGuild
States and he has been .
serving
log population,
and Holy Name So
church are as assistant pastor of Our
piety In congratulating Fa.ther
throughout the Lady Queen of Martyrs parish .
Morrisiey at a receptionheld
are signs of life, for him during the day for three years.

Cardinal spiritual laid in tic Bon la County Waterford Mass guide
Sunday pastoral ( 1 Ireland the Priest attended
13)). But they will schools there and was ordained SUNDAY June 20
use without Priests y 01 Jane 15. 1940. by 2nd Sunday after Pentecost
them. There are Archbishop Jeremiah Kls. (Mass of Sunday Gloria

Catholic churches Paul School mane Creed Preface of Trinity.)
els in many places Father Morrissey served in MONDAY, June 21
matter for St. Aloyslus G o n i a g a.
Nielsen, Pamela Terrell Linda I the City of N.wca.tlNn.Tyn.
shows the decline V'athroder, Jeanne LaRocque, Sui- and Durham City, England (Mass of feast, Gloria
in England. Nor Common Preface)
where he was assigned during
think that only anna Archibald Theresa Belton, World War II TUESDAY, June 22
churches are : ; Victor Bisignano and, Gordon to Ireland in 1947, Returning he aidedIn St. Paullnus/ (Mass of
the (English) Huey teacher: renovating churches: build. feast, Gloria Cam me a
areas where ... ____""_. rr.flr.JEDNESDAY.)
&111 schoab and PAn><:IUA.
Protestants there houses R June St
Catholic churches. Vigil of St. John the Rap

;4 ::11 ',. list (Mass of feast Coin
"The reason Is .
'
Preface
mon )
Faith and lack of r" TlilTtSDAY, June M
two things ge ,Pt Nativity ef St John tie
Cardinal Heenin meet Baptist (Mass of feast
.
"There can be : ( ) ( ) : ( ) '\'. dele t Gloria, Creed Cam mat
melancholy sights over 3000> Preface)
FRIDAY, June M
27 countries
I Most Sacred Heart W
will con Jesus (Mass. ef sail.
22 for the or
I Gloria. Creed, Preface e1
chapter
Sacred Heart)
( ) the opening
WINTER SATURDAY, June MSts.
( ) Vatican Coun John and Paul (Vfsss

(: ) of fort, Gloria, Common
Healy 0. Preface)
'
covrir.TR erne ..
general will" SUNDAY, June IT
)
LEwIS
gathering A 3rd Sunday after Penteooei.
Massa 1 f (Mats of Sunday, Gloria,
.
tiw rpnrit 4 completing a r Creed, Preface of TrIal" .
: )
ins -1110.. Dr-ro. .
; ,1
..1.... 'the order's'. par ",

of offi FMati ORLANDO
"Sty It With of the :1
COLLEGE and of pro WINTER PARK

FLORIST the ,light of .

Sit*riowEDi!<......at. e : I ) : FAIRVIEW
Oel..a. III". I'
Cltantrt & Laundry
I ) / (NO-) *
B. Johnson DtpcmhUe'F"I.! Care
.. .....,
\ an honorary Ill I Edge e/n Orf."J.
SERVING I from the I
FINEST ITALIAN l.: of Ameri I
DINNERS the school's YOU
; WILL
LIKE
4)0: P.M. t. : .
LOUNGE ] Ill 1I e'"f ample partitie spats I
before Mr. .t ear new store
H..IM2::0 Orlende Ave MI, was given" by \i Why ape vial us teJay I

who. student came to 1 iltJIP I Children's

from Cuba ., ; Clothes Line I
eCiHy Ow...J & Patrick
1111 Me./ tit e-IIM'j
JJf'
Washington ,.. .. .: .. .
Iy university

P. F. I SUSAN ) < ceremony. To attend Bishop MoorePhilip
honorary BILL BARDOE

PHONE GA 2. the,. com(Jure Doerr and Mary Jo Eager were awarded FORD FACTORY DEALER

!' 1 Bishop. Ed a one year full scholarship to attend Bishop SAVI ON YOU

!! of New Moore High School, Orlando These students, NEW CAR DIAL

I Rln1 Servtres-Na-dim tor of from flt. Psul School I.e'-aburg. won the schnl.srahlps Ph "un r t

through<< an essay entitled "Why I would w. Hwy 10
I 14 North Orange Welfare Con-
.
WI.'" .... I :
( .. E Nor. like to receive a Catholic education. They are .1.
I
the CR. pictured by a metal Cross presented to the school Ue'eeSe.. I ... .
and the first Cherlee
; ) at the by the graduating class. Perish ..; '

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.. new approach In. led Orlando StiMMsIee If Meirtwey Memea
) urges We Have The H..... Yen w...., Se lei's, Get Tegetherl. |


problems of aged DEMETREE BUILDERS

i '.I I PIt.M 211.1121"GUAIANTEED" '
C.I.a
1)07 East Dr.
told Catho
has the
)! 1 (NO -- A sociologist
rl convention here that the health
IN Rive more attention to the behavioral spur SIRVICI

.*. !> ) .. to understand the Ulnesees of the SOD ANNUALS SHRUIIERr

."d : .. aged pop to the hospital aiserlatlog FERTILIZER sad GARDEN SUPPLIES
meeting to understand the J & W LANDSCAPING and NURSERY
CORNER C NT
r Cerveat true mature of their\ problems. ,1400 W. FAIRIANKS AVE. WINTER ARK
the family The Priest suggested that
at It Louis the health professions In thoU
I l ....... I are Rudy .f s evltu/a!
preplinu of 1 lag" .kn cesrtisjuwg te ceitcentrale -
primarily ... tradrtioMl killer diseases vtxmm
O J "then. SiU.a. and nefjertisig other

.;th : : ( mere rtemmrsry problems MINT WALL PAKRWWTM

health pr.f -
Father Cer< One ef tfcete bright days," C .AHO0 Ale
A.... Mob1. Home ;
,
Is "sanbsl he MM!. "yen will riilue that
Safe Dtpet.t loi .; flirts their yen .1'...., poasesi a work.
It. pt'r11. ring knewle4fe of the funds
i mental ands ..f tae bteiofli
cal mecfeenlesss. of dt....* MA
.. ,. are pew af you will Mate yowselvesto '
AfflertcftM U ...... mere rlsserr. the
......e 0* e m 4 h e.,.+, ; .. af ail medi a4 i OMIS eernr ta 7707 MANDARIN DRIVE
lam U". eew" United ftuies
a IMIM. being wH Is a HONE mmFHA
".'( .I ," "_. .< .itB ".... (feeling. seal bHsusrefdtse MSAUS $IOOOODe i
lame lout OO ei .IN delegates le .....

E. Ff a". Gewdner 1IiPJ.1 a ddseesed .
helps eHetlatMMS
'hat peycheelyUrel
CHICKEN
I fife' The !have already. seestftrerpxaUd MARYLAND FRIED

*.. .M Ike into the .Mr efBn Individual Fried CnleiM Dinner $1.00
Ci- : .4' who teew stai l tescftax Is s harM
0. w ...w..t .... tar His ,ef ef IN |f eator df** We ItIt .--.. _I"..... ewe tta4 you soil> .base. mpwre Fish Dinner $1.00
t..r ._l C'."_. befusj use years a.. feeecr.klp .. .... I........ ftsw Pail VI .MeMM pychu4/lN the S4cMsfiet $ I,I5
bH 10 f... Or Ks s>e ef Ow ". .......... .....". .... !, at its J.. tut see**siesaw mind tae sstfcreylegist! Shrimp Dinner
P'I.;: Mand I .....* Mss J. M -the .. icy II .e ...... Par a nine COIHpf tP*..lt tOMFLTTR: UINNFM TU CO
.
1".1IIt ef PutekwfkAU ...... II ,...... eP the flats 1'e .... M b 4tov MaWslMtfis ef the taft pew .... SOW I LOCtTIOM TO SPft\'E: YOU
,. h' ef the psrttrttssnj w. Usrasry 91Qly less. .lewa IW. pee Way pmt leaeas eeeaee mad their deiruOeM.Fetter ." ".,. lift fere Park TE$1311:
have as 1.pef.t>.>.. MA Patter OeersjsTartf M1tpt the Iesicw .1IIt' rervsejies seislTie ff rt S, Orsa|' BL T,.. Of Iud. ('I11.un
paper." ..elarg to ..... '.1 AA. FMKft-km te ....... free OHS s..ul a4 Msevlsrslsrieares .IJdMHt. JOu Star .. rIM Ri41a K4.Hf CY 3re2
"IoJtCI ..""' ''' lilt toe rkatrkii as sslsfpfsstar eeuseeMt ilia IfMt eiaRaale of mwet'.serif hat ss .... VN1ar the B.phwai sUr & Lee R4 2WM.W
...... r-. c.,. oUll a. .sne.. etsues ef the tile tsMlagy drpectsese II lie Rely spins Seed this r will be the Lake Bartee Rl. & K Calealal. CT4JHCardinal
..-... ..---- r f'M ("rH4. .kKh stems Merry r.... PittsftwgA ...... he n .nir'.Ht! his an. at'i>f'''''i of lv,V*) tlM, Frretk Ate. laafartf 322.51/2
L'>m the 1C a1oV. .. .'eoers, competes/ '



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The Florida Catholic.. Friday, June 18. 1965 .............: ... .. I I

,
"


I Nation marks 400th anniversaryof F1"; 'if.< l' ,Jl,. i I J"JI- : ; r.' I'' 'ifbi


.t
Spanish landing at St. Augustine t r r


II ........4 train P.t. ...) that a duplicate of the ', '', %1- ,.1-; Tij.a ,@. 1 ) ft f1

thin finger of land that projected stamp's design has been sent f A 'tl r

out from the center ofFlorida's to Madrid at the request of L ,\:,. 'Ii' f p j 19 {

east coastIt the Government of Spain. \ ,

I S, St. That nation plans to issue a It
was "August l
1/ tl\
to the Y'
companion U.S.
postage )
wrote Father
Augustine' Pay, ,,
'
Meras "on commemorative to mark .
Soils de I "
1 i
which they sighted the land the 400th anniversary of the ) : \

of Florida; all of them kneelIng settlement of Florida. I 1 I

easing the Te Deum Philatelists art interestedin Ii Ii I
4 A .
Lord Laudamus.all the they people praised repeating Our the the Florida Post Office commemorative note that r l w t f/ .... I. ;;t d'art' : ,! r ,: :'P'" ,'1 1,

Our will mark the first time that I ,
their prayers, entreating t
.
in the U.S. is printing a stamp f
Lord to gh e them Uttory ,
that three
requires
passes
all things. s
through the Giorl press. The sy
Father Francisco Lopez P.O. explains:

,,'rote'"Thanks The danger of "bleed" will AK ,
to God and the require three passes throughthe

prayers of the Blessed Virgin, press for the three-color --- -;...-
we soon had the pleasure of stamp. Red and yellow are -----1.

seeing land, and found ourselves adjacent colors and if printedin
actually in Florida I i I- one operation could resultin Commencement ceremonies at St. Joseph AcademyOn

." color contamination. The
Coasting along the shoreline tember, the Adelantado land third color black, will be applied June I, student of St. Linda Euhler' Margo Con V.r. Nancy Hines, Christine Damron, Left wing (front to back), Michael King, Herbert Mice,
ed when he found
farther north the Ade- near noon, in the third pass. There Joseph Academy In St. Augustine onica Claim, Cynthia Routd, Donna Kienet, Catherine Utini, Nicholas Marieni, Daniel Wells, Frank Buiam.
lantado came upon the har many Indians awaiting him will be three plate numberson heard Father W Thomas Celeste De Vo*, Kathy Mc. Aloon Kenny Power Back. row, Philip Puhl.I Wayne
there Larkin of Jacksonville as their Carter, Briann Lewis, Randy Second Carol Drotd, ., Howes
bor of the River of Dolphins the plate number blocks. row, Timothy
which had been described by "He had a solemn Mass offered commencement 'p.. er. In the Mahoney, Susan Foster, Cynthia Nail Smith, Monsignor John P. Priced, Daniel Cole, James

French navigators. The Indians in honor of Our Lady Persons interested In first front row, from the left, are Atteway, Helen Kirkpatriek, Pontiff sends Burns, Noel Avinger, Linda Taylor, Raymond Creech
called it Seloy. and when that was ended, he day cover cancellations Judy McGovern, Joan Peters, Jacqueline Solana, Roberta Mc. Bauer, Sandra Stewart, Mart Thomas Meterv, Robert New

It was, wrote Father Solis took possesion of the countryin should remit the cost of the Touiey, Cecilia Thompson, Mary man, Daniel Downs, Lawrence

de Mere, "a good harbor the name of his Majesty stamp with a request to the sorrow for Congo Rlln McGewan, Martin Sanders *.nllJOI.ph )

with (Menendez a good beach) gave to whichhe the of He the received officials the of solemn his Majes oath Florida.Postmaster In St. Augustine, Faith in Eucharist upheldby ICmmUmttt lrm >.f. ...1! Right wing (back. te frontArchbishop ), Grady

ty's Royal Exchequer the ness has heard with deep sorrow
name of St. Augustine, be. master and the Send him envelopes (ordinary of the tragic outcome of
camp captains moderns
Pope
cause that saint's feast was warns named
that they would all letter sire ones) with addresses ; the events at Buta which cost Cody
the which he had first
day on I
serve his Majesty with entire on them and in the .. the lives of such a large number -
sighted land. II nllnn rl from .a..I) foundly capable of illuminating
On page seven the booklet loyalty and fidelity, and this upper where you right want hand the corner new llgrnce It is railed Faith. humanity's path" the- missioners of innocent people, many to Chicago archdiocese
being done, the Adelantadohad among them, who
Eucharist Is
The the
of
the
continues the
story mysteryof Pope offered the Catholic -
stamp pasted, pencil lightly died .
for Christian
the Indians fed and dined ideals victims
harbor of St. Augustine. himself." "Sc" for the stamp. Faith"During Faith-a "free offer to free of hatred and violence," II........ 0.. p..l the United States at St. Louis,
Menender went to the har men an offer which was" ordained a Priest la
In due time, on the first i the ecumenical can it said. H* was chancellor If the
bor of St Augustine. He arrived itself liberate." Rome on December 8, 1931
It was the first community day of issue, the envelopewill council the Pope said arehdfoces there from IMantil
on the eve of Our Ladyof act of religion and thanksgiving be stamped at St. Augustine "While a new day for the life The origins of the city of "Their death, a new grief after studies at the North 19V$).

September (Feast of the In the first permanent as a first day cover, and of the world dawns in the Pisa are lost in unrecorded for the Church and for mankind American College. He earned

Nativity of the Blessed Virgin settlement In the land. returned to you. ambit of history, our Faith history. When it became a Is a reason for Christian doctorates in philosophy and In January of this yta
), Wrote Father Solis de On the outer envelope to role of Roman colony in 180 B.C., it pride and for hope In the ad- theology, the latter with a Archbishop: Cody aMouncdplln.
plays a great impor
Meras: First day ceremonies for the Postmaster if you send tance." was inhabited by Etruscans tent of the kingdom of God. summa cum lauds dgree. for the construction "And as soon as he reached the commemorative stamp for more than one first day Though now almost four After a year as assistant to seven new high schools hi

there he landed about 300 will salute this America's of Issue cover you may facilitate To the world's need for a miles inland, it was once a "In remembering the sacrifice the rector at North American severs! parts of the archdiocese -

soldiers and sent two cap- Christian beginnings. matters by endorsing the "transcendent truth proKansas seaport, rivalling Genoa and of the heroic apostles of he joined the staff of the of New Orleans. H* said

tains with them, who were to Postmaster General John postmaster's envelope with Venice In the 11th century asa Christianity and of civilization Vatican Secretariat of Stat Catholic education 'nev.r

reconnoitre at daybreak the A. Gronouski has announced the words "first day coven." chief Mediterranean port of the Holy Father begs the in 1933. During this time h* was so flourishing nor were
next morning the lay of the trade. Lord to grant an eternal reward pursued post ordination our Catholic people so detlr

land and the places which to all who died, and studies in Rome, earning a OUt of increasing<< the number
seemed to them strongest for Nuncio reports on crisisin Tradition claims that Pope Christian consolation for the doctoral in canon law in of schools and improving the

defense AS Paul was preceded here by afflicted families," 1938. Ht also taught at the methods of teaching.

And on the following day >4 St. Peter himself. North American College and H* added that "w* must

the day of Our Lady of Sep- Dominican Republic History at least records Lion cubs givenROME at Conslstorlal the college Congregation.From of the Sacred. build and build so that an the

visits by Pope Gelasius II children of our area may
Pope Paul asks (ll.aelnu.a trim p... n.) scribed as "a wanderful I (who consecrated the cathe (set> Because IMS on, he was latched have the blessing *f thorough

generals asked me to do all gentleman, self sacrificing\ dral), Pope Eugene III, Pope Vatican City suffers from a la Chancery work la Catholic educatiot."

for peace in my power to help put a and devoted." Plus VII and last of all, Pope lack of lion cages andkef'peu.
prayers
halt to the bloodshed. They Pius IX, who came here has
just Pope Paul \1 has Italian president
VATICAN C I T YCI(: ) were trying to get In touch He also expressed thanks to over 100 years ago sent his two lion cubs to his
Pope Paul VI, recalling two with me from the outset to Catholic Relief ServicesNational home
town of Brescia The
events In which he had participated obtain a peaceful solution to Catholic Welfare Conference cubs audience with Paul
/ during the previous the dispute. U.S. Catholic relief PriestmartyrsBERLIN about six months old Pope
organization and to its emissary week, asked the Sunday "That same night a representative -
crowds In St Peter's equate of the constitutionalforces Father James Clark, honoring Poland's more than Indian state of Gujarat VATICAN CITY (NC) Pop. Paul VI hit said that

(June 13)) to support with (rebels) came to my assistant to the director of 2000 Priest martyrs of World The Pope made the gift to the visit to the' Vatican of Ittly'a President Giuseppe

prayers the wishes he had residence and asked me to the director of the NCWC War II has been consecrated Mayor Bruno Bonl of Brescia Saragat testified to a Urresta blishI'd balance between the

expressed, seek a peaceful solution. He Latin America Bureau whomit in the Church of Our Lady in In a special ceremony in theVatican's age-old religious Faith of the Italian people and their
said that if the junta forces sent at his request. H* BishopPope Gdansk, according to a report consistnrlal hall attended
"The first li the prenerta- stopped their fire he would be thanked Monsignor Alfred A. receded here, by a delegation from ardent love of country"It In peaceful harmony In the

lion and rrflowering of( the able to save the lives of 20 Schneider of Green Bay Paul VI named Bishop Edmund Nowicki of Breach, by members of was Mr. SarI eat'. first depths of personal spiritualityand
faith of the Italian
people Gdansk Rome's Indian community, in the exercise of external -
Wisconsin the Priest who (Danzig) and 150
policemen held hostage by J, official tint outside Italy
wish at riAl. The secondIs Bishop l Cyril Vogel.
our heads eRS throughout Latin Priests from all parts of Poland and the cub themsehes The activity as well as la
rebels his election this
and former vicar general of the sine* early
prosperity con
peace cubs screeched their and artistic
The nuncio said he put this America; and to the local participated In the ceremonies approval The day the cultural synthesis
previous
cord of the Italian nation year
diocese I of Greensburg,
or disapproval from
Catholic charities organizations which were attended expression.
man In Immediate contact Socialist president not
party
our wish yesterday. with a representative of the which distributed more Pennsylvania to the post by more than 20,000 of the their portable cage a practicing Catholic, had of Dante Allghlerl .

lie had received in private other side. than seven million pounds of of Bishop of Salina, Kans laity. Monsignor Daniel Cronin of been invented In the Order of Th and names MI If he I Ie .It I IBannsrreti
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audience (June 12)) Italy's "Thus on the very day of relief supplies during the first as. Enthronement will take The names of 14 concentra the papal secretariate of the Golden Spur, the second! whoie, recent ff'.

President Giuseppe Sara!gat! my arrival both sides askedme month of the revolt. place in Salina on June :25.! lion camps and prisons in state acted as Interpreter. lie highest Vatican honor, by hat attracted the

and had expressed then his to seek an end to the The Archbishop said he Bishop' Vogel was consecrated which the Priests died are Inscribed and the Pope personal sec Archbishop Carlo G ran o. tensrlrs attention ef (he whole) world

hope for the continuation of fighting. The next day the waited for a relatively calm on June 17 by Hish- on a plaque The retarv. Monsignor Pasquale apostolic nuncio to Italy III.prl'dI'C.lIOr meat lnrlnfleitlmosy
"the recovered balance be. OAS cabled me at length to moment to come to Rome and William G. Connare of names of 2214 of the Priest. Maechl, met the cubs the Antonio Segni t* Italy are a this eons

tween the Faith and patriot ask the tame thing." give the Pope a first hand account op martyrs hate been aster previous day upon their arrival held. the highest Vatican honor '. t. happy rn
ism of the Italian people. of the situation In the Greensburg. tamed, but the total is believed at Rome's Fiumtcino the Supreme Order of muht.:, Pep Pail said.
Before reciting the Angelus The Archbishop said that In Dominican Republic lie said to exceed that number. airport.
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the Pope extended these subsequent attempts to ar that the Pope had been following rh.It. .
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was a century
wishes to "all the peoples of range a ceasefire he had the !! events there day by ""e feel the Italian people Pop
the ,,world especially those full cooperation of the American day "with the greatest possi Revised texts of Vatican Council are present here with ,,,." and paten of gilt silver

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