The Florida Catholic
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Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 25, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
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System ID: UF00079916:00078
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
Preceded by: Voice (Miami, Fla.)

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researched byseminarians Catholic Diocese 3 more

ST. AUGUSTINE: unique historic research proj. '"OUX\1. No 34 Orlando, Florida, Friday, June 25, 19RS lOe Priests I from Eire

ect was" started this week by five young seminarians .

from the Diocese of St. Augustine' e

The five hive been various
young men assigned to
Special correspondence St Joseph and
Father P.
sections of the state to research and record the
historyof '
Three more Priests ordained this week' bring the 0 Flynn!
every parish in the Diocese, according to Archbishop
t number of new Priests for the' Diocese ordained this year

Joseph seminarian P. Hurley.The search Tampa and the par r I to 10. Eight of these come to us from Ireland Father Kelleher

are ishes to the south; while Con- Bishop Dons J. Herlihy of Ferns Ireland celebratedthe
Robert Traupman of St. Johnparish
ner will research the recordsof Masa of \ The dean of the West Coastdeanerv
in St. Petersburg early morning) ordination at the' chaprl of All
: Monsignor John J.
Joseph Prlchard of Cathedral parishes in the Orlando- Hallows College! in Dublin at 7:30 a.m., Sunday June 20 Mulhns V.F., pastor of St.

parish. St. Augustine; David Cape area.Kennedy-Central Florida lie ordained these Priests for the Diocese of St. Augustine Paul parish In St Petersburg,

Walker of St Patrick parish ': loft for Ireland. last week In
Gainesville; Herschel Connorof Haut win travel to the remaining I Father John J. Flood, Father James Kelleher and Father time to attend the ordination

Christ the King parish sections of the Diocese. Austin Mullen. of his nephew, Father James

Jacksonville; and Vincent Their biographies I are Kelleher The ordination was.

Haut of Holy Rosary parish The program, according to la this rave of 30 new sketched below: at All Haltoui College Dublin

Jacksonville Father Gannon will continue Priests who prepared for on June 20 at 7'30 am.

Haut will Join the research through the first week ef a their missions at All Hallo'I Father Flood ;Monsignor Mulllns presided

team upon his return from a September, when the young College 20 will leave Irelandfor When Father John J. Flood at the first Mass celebratedby
seminary in Belgium mea return te their ,..tIff- the United States eight: Father Kelleher the next
was studying in All Hallows,
The prsjecl Is bring ander- the seminaries le resume will work in England and two he applied for the Diocese of day Father Kelleher tang
taken te support other research studies. in South Africa Three" of the St. the Mass at the parish Churchof
Augustine at a time when
and building\ pr. The Fr John J. Flood Fr. James Kelleher FT. Austin Mullen the missionary group will join seven students at his school St. Michael' and Our LadyIn
week at
group spent a
the ranks of the Priesthood in RnnlRtymon June Jl
grams el the Diocese la Its on at
the office of the Mission were preparing for the blest
celebration of the quadriccatennial New Irish Priests to in Diocese the Diocese of St. Augustine 10.30 a m.AIIMlnt.
Nombre de Dios in St. Augustine serve Father Flood, Father Kelleher hood here At the time of his

undergoing indoctrination and Father Mullen ordination there are now a was Father Kelle.her'i .
"This project Is unique; to and learning accepted research -- -- total of 17 diocesan seminarians / brother, tether Michael

my knowledge, nothing likeit procedures from Father On In All Hallows, Intruding kellrher, a Priest *f the dl.
has ever been done," Father Gannon anniversary Mission Library acquires the schools of phlloeuphy/ and tae Melbourne: la Australia.
( ) theology .
Michael V. Gannon whois The four also undertook a
Pope Paul1 received an
directing the project, told detailed review of available extra round of applause when Aa aunt and ancle of the Father Kelleher'i cousin,

newsmen historic materials dealing l he appeared at his new I'rlenl (raveled fromI'hlladrlphlr Peter Daly, who served the
"This research wit be a with the Church in Florida apartmentwindow films of East Florida
(June 20)>) for the regular Papersthe for the occasion.rather Man,. is a seminarian In hratphllo'lOphy
notable contribution to the The eventual' result of the
Sunday noon blessing of at St. Patrick'sCollege
efforts of the Diocese in its research project -the publication Flood ls the second
celebration of the Birthdate of a history of parisheswill the people in St. Peter'ssquare. !ST.' Al'dl'STINK: Acquisition of the famous: East grounds of the Mission of C member of his family to embrace Maynooth.,
It was the eve of the Horn on March 10 1934. Father ,
of Christianity and civillza be a great contributionto Florida Paper from the Library of Congress on Satur. Nombre de \Dios In connection a religious vocation ,
tlon In America here at the the archives of the new historic second anniversary of his day June 19 made the research library at the Mission of with I t the quadrlcentennlal Ills sister Is Sister Cyril of Kelleher Is the youngestof
election the family's five He
celebration A stainless the Convent of Mercy In Ixmg anus
Mission rather Gannoi research library which
will be constructed on the Noting the number of bays Nombre de Dice the Urgent and most complete' depository I steel illuminated crossa ford. She is three yean has four ilstrri

saidFach ef the seminarianswill
cover a specific sectionof Nombre de Dine, Father Cannon their first Communion or Confirmation The library la under the direction of Archbishop JosephP. votive church already are 14 }ear old brother, Michael with the Christian Brothers at

the Diocese, visiting each said. the Pope said: "We Hurley. under construction who lives\ at home with their Fnnlstymon' and Wexford.

parish and developing and call upon Our Lady -most Father Michael \'. Gannon, h lh>>,IAn of the Dioceseof parents, Mr and Mrs James town Following\ an Inclination

compiling information which 1444." "'''''''''''- innocent and beautiful Ind.tMnI..t St Augustine, said the microfilmed documents are' This will he the first timeIht F Flood I of Letfanomer.Cimnlv to devote his life to ..om.UI".t .

will be published in a book of Father Patrick J. Ma. .protect us of together creatures-to with our composed of administrative |I"JI'I'II( of the Second Occupation ) 'torn fast: In Florida Florida Papers since thrlr have was the Iitrim.former. Mrs Mies Flood Iterrara of agriculture!Agricultural, he entered

history of all parishes.Traupmae lone of Florida from 1783 to 1S21. He said of the Mary
of the r-ru
prenldent little Innocent ones and all some removal from Tallahassee In
McGovern of Cion.kilt
will an ef . Carrigallen In College at In County -
the and cover Inf'nlral I C wnml"*Ion, I>KVr pure and consecrated souls '* (papas| date baric lo 1393: documents In 111 volumes. Mi I! when they were deposited roiiflly IMrimRolatlvei. 'ork He I.tr'ort..fd a
parishes In north of
St Petersburg: Prtchard will *** of M." Augustine, announce Solemn ceremonies. including The completion of the ml /totaling 2610(10( pages. Thev' IN the library ef Con In religion. in year in an advisory capacity
that guideline for Mass celebrated bv cmfilming has been hailed by grew elude to English dairy farmers In
visit each parish ;n St. Augustine are in 749 manuscript boxes,, a domestic prelate Innatrnirst
Daytons. Stark. and ear .Diwe.ait trunwnlraJ: Joseph! Cardinal Reran of Florida historians as one ofthe The papers were taken Into Australia Monsl the count of Shropshire and
will be held In 51.reter' advances to datein These and other documentsfelsting
Prague greatest then
Pal.tk..1: k. r will rev activity ,,11111I'> pnMUhed) In American custody by the ten purr Patrick Atatteraon. and returned for similar
basilica June 3r. the accumulation of ooots- to Spanish Florida
on work with the Irish
Father Denis Maran 0 r : dairy in
ritorlal General I .
Best week's l bone of The governor,
Florida'searly hlntory win be housed la a
second merits to
to mark the annlver.sari relating of Johannesburg dustrydatercian" ,
South Afrl
Andrew Jackson when Spain ,
Pontiff Florida C'atholle."n" Research library which Is
prays of Pope Pauls combo Spanish history, iJA etMd for Mastrarttoa. ceded Florida to the I'nIUd ta. (cowatna..of JTather. Ftooj[, sneaks gave him
Tber are ".001) a'jLa: I < on
I 'nl1n1\' '\111 States In ltd T l.r ao'/srysren a KMmriat in learning,

strife ceasesin r.a The seizure of the papersby November 3, 1941. at County when he decided to study for
Jackson caused a storm of 'A'Urlfn. He attended lleaaan the Priesthood He spent hit

International protest, AccordIng Primary School before enterIng early seminary day under/ .
many lands to early records Don M Mary'i Seminary In their tutelage at Mount Mel.Itray "

Juan Fntralgo a represents Mayne, Cwmtjr I/ ngford II.completed Seminary Then' his entrance
( )
In I'MI. to All Hallows
live ef the departing<< Spanish Ms theology studies
-Pop* Paul VI was unusually College brought him under
government refused to handover at All Haltowi College' in
specific( in pinpoint. the papers until he had Dublin the Influence of the Yincentlan -

big Viet Nam the Congo received orders from Spain. relatives attended the ordmatlon missionary spirit and
and the Dominican Republic and Imbued him with the same
Jackson sent a five man joined his par
aa the trouble spots for task force which broke Into enti at Father FVmd'i first" spirit si he studied to be a

which he was" praying especially ntrsljo's: office, seized the Mass. It was a Mtsa Cantata Augustine Priest of .the Diocese of St

on the feast of Corpus documents and placed them celebrated on June 21 al 10 30
ChriatL under hear guard The incl a m. In the (hurrh of (5t. Thus whit attended FatherKellrher's

Although the Pope hss 3 dent. resulted in protests from Joseph (Aua>ava") In theDkweia ordination and

often alluded to troublesomeareas the Spanish. government anda of Ardagh (ha FVxvl first :\1... were hi. parents,

in the put he has not Congressional Investigatlon family home parish In Coun, :Mr, and Mrs. Mlrhsel Kell.
ty Uitrlm her el fiortnarlohy; \ Fnnls-
been accustomed to mentioning

hi The microfilmed decu .. were Father lymon, ('cunty ( tare, sad his
them by name a binhishon
.2 '
brief talk from a window menu will\ be stored with P. pastor of IIItUIYITIf Cis. hark pap

St Peter'ssquare some of the eldest written
overlooking !

(June 171) he declarrd"ale < : Y use records of students In America and historians for the Pope Paul names two new

are saddened ty sees at the temporary depnsitorr

which. cmes U II from tart In St AUfutln.HI1i1 the new Bishops for United States

ens placet reporting sack +dl library Is completed.

serr.utsl epithet. Father Rsnrwni esptatneifthat ,. ",IHIHMilON[ (SCI'urI'aul VI has named two
the Nwibre de IHns
"from the Cent here new Hinhii|.. In the United Ht..,...

more innocent beets get. including Seminarians briefed at Mission for research project St library Aurtetm.is supported Foundation by the Monalgnnr Raymond J. (tllaghf] secretary of the

food and. humMe missionaries .. which formed under the di National I.mferrrw of Catholic Charities, hss been
bate been mroVred Fur of five !sear.ar: : s w ) r t _: ran: of the D r fee v :> .r'1 Uirachr! C',"in'C. JA' kcnt ruction. of Archbishop llurly' namd Hi hr>fi of Lafayette In Indiana.

M the pet few days: .t .' >. I.l ff' R, brrt .,' \ <- Haut who will
began a three mlJr i' 3,1 : 5 m are arT. The Fowxlatsea" Is a non Monaifitor I""iraa J Wattera, director of the American

conflict from foot Is yawl tMfertaaateijr where IM be- search field! project f ,r H i' f'', .e 1'aupman Sf Pf'M\ burs Father a'"in the p'" jf'rt.n. the near' future, profit ofgaattabftn. f.rm*
better aid of St. Auguatin* are .h.wn, bung (. nn(m' Joseph Prirhard, ft still U in llgtum. grid th* Hwrrn's eberv n....*.. titular Htahnp of Pldokirma ami auxiliary to Arch-

coming where it ee meet*ei se mark ruM briefed by Father MieMl. V. fleaAoffiastkM; ; David talker Gains.. aare of lice. .,"tfe .....>efary biakop James J. Hyree of
and! Is supported by privatedMatneni. the fake Seminary, all! in
and sorrow. led from Sash -- .--- ..- Dh.be'lurr' C1e\'e..rwt.
()nm ego where Ue struggle
.. The app>rttt...>*nts were a*
U n<>i iet ever II. was srdalnefl hi Ot.
He" n"Ud. .homaee But It Requiem said in Eustis for At Camp St. John rMMM'H here .ky Arrhta.hop land. .* Marra IS. Hit hyArrkhUhnp
: oetalic.
Kgldle Vaguoai
..< only the day before Joseph Ikhremhsf
Jure its, 'that we received.. delegate. bi MM ailed 1Aa1" (')00"1.,....
news that a truce has been Fr. McCormick missioner 1A.bpeMrf Oallanr WM
confirmed 'MS the DamsmrM More youth can join in fun ban .la levtland. .. November Following' his ordinationtk .

It. /Wtt, KM ..,. of High aced HlslMawUtticaat* served
Republic This permits hope t.I ST1'4 auras and of the I iwnwme of M.
for which -- fayal| f Mar writer tH' d.|,.. III Mat alum at Ella /lfte4y Oa..a..,. lM/kf a-s an anaielMt M' Bt Colman,
atutMSM. e AlII'W'tlM are s inrm' K th" death on June 19 of .Father wheat. <. .He pariah. Ckwelasd. from 19.19
hope will be hi as rail. andcnrvetrurtiye" one dedicated Prx ten emia 4ors, eseated tM t...,erwty of FkwMa H* iiites> a
George A McOtnurk: .I M A TAU sorted M Tkamas Aquinas In IHI wee a I' X Navy
f. Pepe .... IN....
Father afcComuck c.ns to flonda. after ffviaff for w.U-lramed.; mu w ahig. boating This ls talker! ,ll l.l,.4s .....*. .tarr arkeal. ralhMiralLatsa rhaptaia/ from tilln tOM, atI -
referring.seirMMS hi a true fleet eeMtH 19 years m the snasaxir of Africa la this o.or.1M croft tannin, rtflery. and h'.' Hsack rMsnf; &f. M with School, Join CarrollIlalveraMy s n d 4 (Ixiyola I I'niverslty.

rebels a and troop bi4ear ef the t Or*. worked for soda. at ft Ma/garrt Mary parieJi an Winter. 100 wooded actm' along th' Mt. Jota'a lttr. sad pins lp.KE:, pap sli s4 lsr tidy ., 1'01't: I'\l., hark page

gamut of Americas' Park. My Rea sew parts* M Ktoafauwe aad St Mary have.rtk Casay FlortsKTfc .ft. Jolla the < y Catholic ywth' eai biN p r;. 'II! "" ... ... ... .. -: :

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krMM tote the' .ertd" r.,. .ma ftequwai Mass WMoflenrt .tlh.. )pn.l.e S..scy vs.forts' : .
be represented ky the ymi"TV who ...d. lice .-.....
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ke.et. ft me., .KlM. *.* MIt Mary el Ike Ukrt Chunk first tw* .MX.. nt summer tamp 4Wi.. '
Mary of the Lbee
precisely tar le.r pear here fcy Father Mien JTrsir ramp are epee te keys "ni> .
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Two The Florida Catholic, Friday, June 25,1963:
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Reports < r ww I I rI Holy Name Banner j, I

Daytona Beach Maitland .p ', e celebrated Falher'i

KofC ST. MARY MAGDALEN It + AsI" last Sunday, it occurred

Officers of Council 5422. St Mary Magdalen Altar w .. to me thli would bean James J.

K ghts of Columbus have Society sponsored a game i opportune time to reflect McAnliffeDiocesan
day on Tuesday June 22 in f
the almillarity of the
been elected for the comlngyear the school clubroom from 1 upon

as follows: Joseph Huffman to 4 p,m. Refreshments were pastor (the Father of the parish 1 "7

grand knight; William served. family) and the father of President

Matik deputy grand knight; Father Hubert J Reason contemporary life from Both Cod receive uIL"iS
recently installed new officers their position
Edward Carey, chancellor; of the Holy Name So r and have an obligation to pro

Maxwell Tormley warden; defy Those elected for the R A tect and provide for their dependents
? that from work All too many orU'
Theodore Kniffen, recorder; coming year were William particularly
Albert Belim, treasurer; Joyce president; Richard they may know love and however, stop at that and

Charles Sclolino and Edward Moon, vice.president; Charles serve God. Because of this fail to go back with Him
School St.
Kertis, outside guards ; Cattaneo secretary; Thomas St. Raphael graduates PetersburgOn obligation fathers have the again, How inexcusable and

Moran treasurer and James concurrent right to instruct, how foolish we are when wi
Joseph Coppola and Edwardncrr'rntn ,
; :5 the first the left Joseph Buena Fey Mary Ellen Ruczynaki Mari such vacation
I inalde i guards Lucia, sergeant at arms. June graduating top row admonish and punish their think a can be

Robert Garster, trustee; and; St. Mary Magdalen Wom clue of St, Raphael School in St. Father Weinheimer Paul White, lyn Harder Tim Neumann, William ] dependents successful

James Veale advocate. en's Guild will meet after Petersburgreceived diplomat from Dane Smith; bottom row Frank Wagner and Richard Poskua. Most of us are fathers and The exigencies of business

Novena on Monday, June 28 Father William Weinheimer: from Farrell, Peter Reddam, Chiatopher all of us know how much a no longer excuse us from

in the school. Mrs. Mary father appreciates the lore having time for Him. Theri

Zephyrliilli Dunn will speak on experiences and understanding of a child. are very few places if an)',
ST JOSEPH Mra. Della Perez monitor where vacationists are removed
parents can offer in the TempeST ; OrlandoST.
New officers of the St. home to help children in their M1 1st Louise Engleberger Parents urged to Well, It Is even more Important from a church and

Joseph Mothers Club are scholastic endeavors. JOSEPH HOSPITAL sentinel; Mrs. Marion Bleau, JAMES to our Priests\ the Priest. Our excuses are gone

Mrs James Hennessy, president Sunday June 20, was Communion Father Stephen McMahon lecturer ; Mrs Marybeth Officers of the St. James teach youngstersrules psrith Fathers. They hue and it is squarely up to us alto

; Mrs Walter Popllck Sunday for all the 0.F.M. has announced that Duiker organist; Mrs. Isobel parish Home and School Club all our problems of providing whether we'll have recreation .

vlce president; and Mrs. women of the parish. Forty Hours Devotions will Conway, Mrs. Anna Mead, are Mrs. Lawrence Schmitz, of safety funds for shelter sustenance or recreation.Man .

Roger Moo r. s secretary- The dates of July 2, 3 and 4 be conducted at St. Joseph Mrs. Elizabeth O'Bryn and president; Mrs. James Red TALLAHASSEE Florida and tdncatloaonly on a was made by God, and

treasurer Members of the have been designated for the Hospital Tampa starting Mrs. Mary Moore, trustees. ditt I vice president; Mrs. parents were urged today by much larger stale hell never be remade or

club have made plans to have women of this parish to attend July 11. A High! Mass will be State regent Mra Scheldell, Daniel Fallal, recording secretary the Florida Highway Patrolto Just as the family Is happiest made happy without Him.

six guest speakers at meetings the annual three day re offered at 8 a m, followed by presented the court with its ; Mrs. Roland Roy, con take a more active part in in which there is a shoeing Every Catholic should know"hat'

for the coming year; treat at Holy Name Priory, the opening The Most Blessed charter. Among the guests responding secretary; Mrs. teaching their children the of duties and mutual love, an inexhaustible font of

they will distribute the safe San Antonio Florida. For Sacrament will be exposedall present were grand regents Robert Farrell treasurer; rules of highway and pedestrian so *'ill the parish family >be happiness and peace Hes/ ,
day until S p.m. At this of CDA courta in the Yet many of us attempt a va
driving pledge to parishioners further !Information and reservations area. and Mrs. Norman Weber safety. happiest in which the members
and time there will be a sermon cation to renew our strengthand
promote summer arts those interestedmay deanery reprsentative. Emphasizing the need for practice the same vir
and crafts projects for chil call Mra. Carl Warren at by Father Jude Murphy St. Petersburg training even in the "toddler toes also take a vacation from

dren. 6474744. OF.M. followed by Benediction ST. JOSEPHSt. ST ANDREWAt group" the Patrol stressedthe Him./

of the Most Blessed Sac Joseph School held Its a recent meeting of the fact that a larger numberof Holy Same men should be
like the world today
Redemptorist Priesf former rament. On Monday Mass eighth grade graduation recently St Andrew parish Holy Name under.ten. of age leaders la the parlih In demonitritlng we
years seek w here for
will be at t a.m. followed by Father John J. Murphy Society, the following new officers pedestrians are fatally hurtin understanding. fer) strength
and happiness and Ignore
exposition of the Most Blessed gave out the diplomas were elected: Walter traffic each 10.nd lo>alt,. to their

Tampa pastor dead at 57 Sacrament until S p.m. and special awards. Students Young president; Thomas "When a child year.Is old enoughto Priests. there Him, to who fulfill Is alwajs all our wiltlnj ands
when there will be a sermon
who made the honor roll were Birley, first I vice president; toddle," Patrol Commander
Father and Bene says One of the greatest Joys] of
by Murphy
Christie l Altenburger, Ivy Edmond McDonald second With all the
}H. N Kirkman, "he time a vaca
NW'ORK Father Thomas Kelly CSS.R, former diction. On Tuesday there being president of our Diocesan
Lucas, Susan Wlsowaty and vice president; George Ray Is old enough to begin learning honest has at his disposal
paator of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church In Tampa will be a High Mass at 8 a m. Rosemary Messerly A break secretary; Robert Kraft the fundamentals of Union is the opportunity there can be no reason for
died Saturday June 12, in New York after a brlet 1l1n !II, followed by exposition of fast at the Outrigger Inn fol. treasurer, and Irving Keel safety." it affords to see so many failure to attend Mass and receive

At the time of his death, Father Kelly was 57 years old. the Blessed Sacrament untilS lowed the ceremonies. marshal societies in action the sacraments. Then

A Requiem High Mass was p m. At this time there will And he emphasized the On Thursday, June 10, I should be time for some extraprayt'n
be a sermon by Father John need for parents setting a had the pleasure of attendingthe and devotions
offered at Our ,
Lady Per
Lennon S S.J. and the closingof good temple installation dinner and
/ certainly we can take Him
petual Help Church with Father the Forty Hours Devotion
Father meeting! of St. Peter's Holy
"Children learn Imitating with ,
by us during our activities
Joseph Coughlin cele
Name in D Land, A
1 ,>J'F and the Society A who .
brant. Father George Nines Thomas J. CDA good accomplished person went vacationing

C.SSR., a classmate of the The Catholic Daughters of by lectures Is easily wonderful dinner was sened far removed from an
the ladies
by the
Priest, gave the eulogy, Re Kelly America. Court Little Flower iC nullified by parents who are Father Malone pastor source of food and took r::
and his (two
demptorist Fathers !in Tampa CSS.R. 1917 had a reception for new observed breaking their own assistant Prietts supplies along, would be met t

sang at the A1ass.Representing. members, /Installation of officers rt rules of safety wert pre.sent. foolish, Aren't we even marl
Dirk Basso is the
and meeting on June 13 "For example the parent new so IfI go on a vacation art
Florida at Epiphany parish social with youngster in tow, who president, a position he has fail to take the "bread ."

Prietts at a Mass In New hall. Officers Installed were: +i'' jay walks, crosses between Intersections held before. Also members of life" the food for the tc
A native ef Father
York Peter's are Arnold Fan
was I'hlllp A. walks from between whose nourishment
Mrs. Ellen Karen grand J Is far
the Redemptorists v Ft ,
Kelly joined -
craft, presently of
Bardeck C.SS.R. president
pastor of parked cars and makes
regent; Miss Eunice Lashe more important than that :
Epiphany of Our Lord parish graduatingfrom r ether has himselfto the Central Deanery and the ,
Martina errors only body
In St. Francis College in vice grand regent; Mrs. 1' 1, John Mattmgly who held the
Tampa. blame when the child We '"
I Gonzalez, prophetess; renew anythinrw
Brooklyn. Ordained in 1934, same office two
Mra. Janet Moucha financial shows the same disregard for years ago e take a vacation from C *
spent a of .
years and
la now chairman of the
secretary Mrs. Veronica I f safety rules and Is run down so let's make our vacation i
St. Petersburg working in Puerto Rico. Following ; +r r lecture committee of the Dioceian -
In the Patrol leader .
reassignment to the Con way historian; Mrs. Union. success Ith God.

United .States, Father Kelly Monica Stewart, trealureriObituary ; aald.
worked'with' Colonel Kirkman also point On Sunday June 1), I was
Puerto Rlcans
ALPINEThe in New York City In 1961, he Work for school ed out that youngiters observe privileged to receive Holy St. PetersburgCURNOW
library "bad driving habits" of Communion with the Holy
became pastor of the Tampa
all new Nurting Home their elders at an early age Name men of St. Mary Mag

for the (in tit ,In, Hurting parch MRS. JOSEPHINE Clearwater Court 4, Ladies of the Knights( of and these actions leave a dalen in Maitland The new

Home Cere.8676S7J. Last year Father Kelly MARY PELL1CEU Columbua, presented t check to Father Bernard deep seated Impression in officers led by William Joyce', TREE SERVICE

was appointed pastor of St. F. Dittman president of Clearwater Central many instances. president!, were Installed at.tMau. ,- xa .... hlw Tr1ww1.1 ..

3454 2 Itt Ave South Gerard Church in Fort Ogle- ST. Al'Gt'STI.NK Residents Catholic High School (In aid of the school library. "We often gain knowledge A father'son breakfast feral ........... aNna/
thorpe, Georgia, where he remained of the Oldest City are through trial and error," declared followed. Loral
With Father Dittman Ain
are John
until his illness. mourning i Mrs. Josrplune Davis left Kirkman, "while In a rk.Mi N. ._.. .... Hunt
Holy Name Church Burial took place at St. Alphonsus Mary Pellicer. a native of St. and Mrs. Arthur Bartolo president of the group child's case, his first error in Last month we urged jot
who died June to Aloe *. a retreat for this
Seminary Eiopui, Augustine, on traffic la often his last"
JACKSON'SSHOES New York. 17 at the age of 9A. seminar and we want I* remind DANIEL T. WINTER I CO.

Requiem Mass was offered Celebrates yen again te ge back le
by Father Lawrence <:*!. Coming events Gad, the Source .f( all good. HoipiUl.; ) School lend

Archbishops mond, a grandson, on the fol. Our 401 florid Tkeetr ltd).
25th} anniversary Sarasota. Englewood Englewood and North Florida vacation Is another
DON BARDELLA PHILADELPHIAC( ) lowing Saturday at St. Atnrs time when have SRffnbwq
ManagerMl Archbishop John J, Krol of Church here Bur al took NEWARK (NC-Archbish-) Venice, Bradenton Anna parish areas, retreat for we a retreat PK,,,. 1424)11EcJouard 1

Philadelphia and Archblahnplakovor place at San Lorenzo Ceme op Thomas A Boland of Maria 1 Palmetto Ruskln men at St. Leo Abbey, July
Centr.l Aw"61.1365 Dade City Brooksville JII Father F. Schroder S J
of the Greek Orthodox tery. Newark observed the 23th anniversary Crystal ,
River Inverness, Land 0. retreat master. C. Craig
diocese of North and of his consecration
Sun hlra Inrlu'e her children
Lake Massaryktown St. Women of all midweek
ST. ANTHONY'SHOSPITAL South America met here and Mrs.i.L U. Du- ai a Bishop with a Mass ofThanksgiving areas ttll Contractor and Dittnbwtorfor
e..1 Joseph San Antonio, Zephyr- retreat at Holy Name
together In a historic Sr. X. L. .'..lIrrr Sr. at Sacred
ponl hills, retreat for women at Priory, San Antonio. Florida,
first at a downtown hotel. Heart cathedral here June VlUn;
on Metol Grand
Miss Klhel: fell and In.
400 llth Street NorthSt. cer, i Holy Name Priory San Antonio July 1113, Father F SchroderS
"This Is 23. and MOM!. TiUi
a brotherly meetIng
Thomas R. Rrtimond Sr., all
Petersburg Florida June 25-27, Father J, retreat master
Modern, Well Equipped Archbishop lakovos told of SI. Auguitinei! ; A, J. Prill- ItI II announced at the B. McWIIllams C.SS R., St. Petersburg, Cut/port 917-47! St. So. 147-4101

Re tonble newsmen., "In the spirit of ter .Sr. of Cocoa Beach and :Mass Ihatrrhbllhop Boland retreat natter.Lakeland Tallahassee retreat for women /

present day understanding Mrs. Charles Coo.an of Coral has been appointed by Holy Name San
Conducted by and pope Plant City. Winter Priory,
Sitttri of St. Francis working together. Gablfii n grandchildren. 70 I' ul1 an aulMant at the Havm, Lake Wales, Bar- Antonio July 16-18, Father T. ROOFNlSSUWCLfJUO'

Approved by Archbishop Krol commented great grandchildren, and tl pontifical throat tow, Hiines City and North J. tiny C SS R., retreat master
that it was "a privilege great l'lrt'at'ln ndchlldrrn. :
AmericanCollege Florida parish avers retreat
; "
and an honor to meet the.rchblshop" Francis Cardinal l"'l1ma" HOME FOR SAIELw
Central Anoclation .
of for at St. Leo .ruOr.ng. -
SurgtoniSt. Pallbearers men Abbey,
and he said: were ClydeItoey of New York, four Archbishops County. Lake .W M Wfe. MM. ...., .. .
C. S, Zim Clark Pelli- and 41 June 25 27, Father F, County, ,_
"We Bishops .
both were
are working together present .NI yry
Llamblas Schroder S J, retreat master OarlOla I County Sumter ......
under God's command car, Pellicer at the Mais. .. hili M M4ti ._.... ,
toward the of the Charles Sanchez and Paul Auxiliary Bishop Martin W. Dado City San Antonio County, Marlon County, Volu- ,..... ... wet ML. .-....
/ IeeeU church." Lopez Stanton of Newark in his Brookiville, Inverness Crystal ala> County Levy County, f.. .tNtl .. ,..... 14MOUU4BATST.

!Mrs. Pelllcer's ancestry sermon at the Mats recalled River Land-O-Lakes, Seminole County, Bretard
The meeting took place at County, retreat for men at St.
has bern' traced to the year that Moral City Zephyrtulls. NewPort
Archbishop Roland .
a a Greek Orthodox clergy- 15iM In Spain; her mother'sfamily native of nearby Orange, a, Rlcrey and North Florida Leo Abbe,. July llll. Father JUOE'S
laity conference. After the Malcom McGuinn C.P.
/ came to the United retreat for retreat
New Jersey was' consecrated parish areas,
two prelates met newsmen States In the early ISOO'i from in 1938 to serve as auxiliary men at St. Leo Abbey July master and _
dined Archbishop Central
Petenburg444S together Anoclation area ,
France Her husband the Bishop of Newark, In 1947! he 24. Father E J. GreyCSS NOtTHWIST
9th Street Krol was Introduced to late Andrew Orange County Lake County, PRTHSIURO
North Joseph was' named Bishop of Paterson .R? retreat masterFamily .
delegates at the conference. Oar..1a I County Sumter
was a descendant of one of where he tined until festival, July I and GGS tYRONE SI
County Marlon County Ve-ta- $
.e the original Mmorcan families 19U when he was named 3, St. Brendan parish ,0 All'
r r ale County, Levy County
who came to Florida in
Archbishop Newark follow. grounds, Ormond Beach. Seminole
County Bretard
Kiohfhfy Ptif Control ServietFOR 17M. ing the death of Archbishop Winter Haven. Bartow Mi Ave. North tm .
Thomas J, Walsh County retreat for mea at St. ....... ,
Hames City. Lake Wales Or -
Leo Abbey July 2323.: Father *- u*
AN HONEST DEAL ? (All O'NEAL Garden at Fair l'nder the leadership of lando. Maitland, Winter I F. Schroder S J., retreat master /twM 711.!111

Archbishop II 0 I aDd. the Park, Kisslmmee, St Cloud .

862-2128 NEW PORK (NC-Francls: ) Catholic population in the Ocala, Bellevlew Bushnell Tampa, retreat for women -

Cardinal dedicated archdiocese has increased 44 Clermont, Eustis. LHsbul,.
Spellman at Holy Name Priory. San An rW Cettwtoj 0* roML. C
(June 20)) a garden of yeas per cent- frnm 1,01"lA1S to Winter Garden areas retreat !Mob July 2123. Father Mal ry

FOR COMPLETE EXTERMINATION and petunias at the Vatican 1.M1.773, while parishes. for women at Holy Name com McGuinn C P., retreat Calvary

Pavilion of the New York schools and other facilities Priory, San Antonio Florida matter Cemetery

O'NEAL i TermiUtPejtCo trll.ic, World's Fair in memory of have Increased accordingly July 14, Father F Schroder Women of all areas, retreat w.." Cor.

r/tl /AI HIU> AVINUl. SOUTH the Auitrlan monk who disco Bishop Stanton aid.Consecration. S J. retreat muter. at Holy Name Priory San An-

'ered the laws of tent U.S.It. ;t'ii Sf. N.
heredity. Florida July 30. )1 and .
Clearwaler, (lullfdl.. I la- rliene 32N137OrRao
A >125,000! donation by a August 1. Father Malcom MeGuinn
HOLY LAND .4E-J.rv"I.-C.ire! Fordham I'nherstty alumnus, \rf.\S., Puerto Rice (NC) dill harbor Rorks.Srw Largo Port Rkhey Safely, C P. retreat master' 0,., M PX poly 1 ..11.a, III s.M.y
N/INIthhlafin. who to be
preferred anonymous Auxiliary Bishopdeiignate
$1096. rVinvo-Zurkh -Spain; made possible the exhibit A II t 11110 l Pamlla S J, of Tarpon String, lakeland.Braodaa Dedication lowerlig l

a.........r M SI Dqearl, 11r/LL l rUtriN .. honoring Gregor Jahann>> Caguas ill be consecrated Plait City, Met- Cro.s, September 1. Mlslono

..o:>i| .LtMMt.K TRUIL cosecs xr. Mendel, the Augustinian at the cathedral here hoarse Cocoa Reach. I'.ttGalUe. Nombre it Has St. Mp. J. Uo l.lord

Ill f..lr.l *<.... rkM ....1..* Priest who died In ISM 15 by Bishop Rafael Grove August Palm Bay Patrick flu. Pr.udlMi
Air Force Rate, ReckMge
Father Mendel, a centuryago of Caguas. Archbishop Luis areas, retreat for women at Dedication or Cathedral. .l /,

conducted his successful Aponte and \uxiharr 81 hop Holy Name Priers San .la- St Augustine, December I.

Fowler & Payor Inc. experiment by growingordinary turn de Pics Lopes; of Sea foals. rWrtda. J.ty HI. Father EuclurisUe Congress. St BANK EMI

garden peas In a Juan will be cob. 14.Dedication .
monastery garden. The result Archbishop Emanuele Clarino. matter.Sarasota. of Votive *X0 tUrtt COM AMT H- *J s f.t
General Insurance e r i1 t.o+
advanced the learning of apostolic nuncio; to the Church, Mission of ;Nombre

121 Ninth Street North IfMIII I St. Petonkvrg baMe secrets of l.fe and the Dominican Rep... v will Art Bra rntOft. P.J- de Char St Augustine. April P.r er'o.rtrt...*..1.!a.1... Olf.. .

science of genetics.' tide and deLver fie sermon m.tto.'eak.., Nokomis 17 19\t. --I e- a_ _yl If r*.Ir. ttinroFlortda h.w

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attends -, '
Three The Florida Catholic, Friday, June 25, MM

concert of Apostolic Delegates unique press

famous music

VATICAN" CITY (NC) conference announces appointment
Pop Paul VI attended tn

ligious evening music concert in of modern r.. WASHINGTON (NC)-Archbiahop I EfrMio Vapwail. diocese of Chicago la the

described what wit Apostolic Delegate in the United Statea. held a formal biggest Catholic see in the

to live an officially impetus at and a honorto move press conference here to announce the appointment ofArchbl.hop US." with a Catholic JII1J'1111'tJoo !
t John P. of in excess to 2.3 million
modern composers R 1s Cody aa Archbiahop Chicago.It
The recent program wn was the first such direct announcement" of an The apostolic delegate.
held in an auditorium two episcopal appointment so far aa could be recalled, and pointed out that the office of av

blocks from the Vatican, the the communicatkma media Archbishop of Chicago Is
home of the National Sym brought cameras and lights porters They wanted to know when heightened by the fact that Its
phony Orchestra It consisted Incumbent II traditionary! the
to take
pictures for television Archbishop Cody would t be Installed -
of symphonic and choral selections chancellor of' the Catholic a
the newsreels and ; would he "autoena.Really" .
from tht works of Church Extension !Society w4
Jan Sibelius. G. Francesco w newspaper. be made a Cardinal; which expend between fourand
would the archdiocese of Chicago 1
Malipiero. D art u. Milhaud The lights and cameras five million dollar a
and Igor Stravinsky, The were set up in a first floor be changed in size; how year on home missions
parlor of the apostolic delegation does Chicago rank among
composers, except for Sibeli
dioceses in the US.? Asked To See
us, the latt Finnish in a room hung with the "charae Chicago
were present. oil painting of a half-dozen The apostolic delegate said (eristics and abilities" of
Pops the date of Archbishop Cody's Archbishop Cody the apostolic Archbiahop John P
The Vaticai press office Archbishop \agnoui said installation has not yet been delegate! replied that "this Cody has been named by
announced that the Pope Intended he had decided upon this decided but that he thoughtit ia a wide question" but that Pope Paul VI to be Ar, ,i'
"to honor modem religious means of announcement because might be at least a month he would emphasize Archbishop bishop of Chicago. Most re
muikal works, thus In view of the size and off; that the naming( of Cardinals Codv'i work as an organizer Gently he hat nerved
confirming the sentiments expressed importance of the archdiocese Is done .solely by the and his ability to carry out na
.la his discourse to of Chicago, he had recently Pope, that one might expect Ideas. He noted that Archbishop Archbishop of New Orleans
artists, IB May, 1964. been "bombarded" by that Archbishop Cody in time Cody had orgsnlted A noted scholar and

"The musical selections cNl telephone calls and other Inquiries would become a Cardinal; the chancery office of the administrator, he has doc
presented constitute a significant asking who would b* that no change In the area of archdiocese of St. Louis, the toratra in canon law, theology
testimony to the diverse appointed successor to the the archdiocese of Chicago Is matrimonial court there, and and Sacred Scripture,
and particular accents of religious late Albert Cardinal Meyer! contemplated; that the ..rch.I.nmn the administrate office Archbishop Cody will be

Inspiration flowering in and when he would be named enthroned In Chicago on

our said times," the press office r The apostolic delegate<< said Ceremonies in Spain mark August: 24 In the Cathedralof

he nat announcing the appointment the Holy Name. Prrsiil-!
Sibelius The program"Solemn Included Melodies :;rII' : : : here al a time to consecration of monument Ing at the ceremony will be

coincide with Its publication Archbishop EeldIo I Vat-
Opus 77, for violin and or ,
chestra', Malipiero's "St. Benefits of a famous dad the In L'O Vatican\atClr.t'lly Itmane newspaper, (NC) Four Spanish Cardinal, togetherand noul. apostolic delegate lathe

Francis of Assisi Mystery with Archbishops, Riahojwbrsted Priests, have conceUv United States
Drama for Solo Chorus and -Wait 'til the kida hear thin\ '" at the White House with his family Despite the fact he providedthe Maa on the occasion of the consecration of a na.

Orchestra". Milhauda might have been the reaction of four- and the families of Lt Col. Edward newsmen with a printed tional monument to the Father Damien

Psalm Orchestra 1M: for and Baritone Stravinsky'a and year-old Patrie UcDivitt u he received White and Charles Matthew. manager statement biography Including of an Arch extensive Sacred Heart.Many throughout the country devoted HONOUR': ( Hawaii (NC)
tht week
"Symphony of the Psalms for a medallion from President of the Gemini project Mr Mat- b'uhop Cody who until now celebrations traditlonally special) ads previous of and Governor John A, flume!
Chorus and Orchestra Lyndon B Johnson and an invitation thewa la at upper left, with astronauts has been Archbishop of "New take plate on the Pope Paul prayer has offered has signed Into law a bill
from Mrs Johnson to feast of the Sncrml Heart penance designating Father Joseph
stay overnight McDivitt and While Orleans, Archbishop V a Knnzzt a plenary Indulgence to
LARGO was again "bombard. << main celebration took the first representative of
ed' with questions by the
re- rie los Angeles from May :.10tn
place In Cerro de los Angeles
Italians June :.10 A lhrlweday Statuary
CORE'S LAWN propose Climate (Angels' Peak), located In !
for service held In
prayer was
MOWEH SHOP the geographic center of the Capitol Building
Tore Law Icy solution to film country and the site of the every parish and by every Mr Burns said Father
MMs a.nM a..I.. new monument!. lay apontolic organization in Damien, who became widely
aw .An,.....f4."" n.s industry aid papal visit to United Nations The old monument to the! the country prior to the con known for his work In the
-.. ......., Sacred Heart dedicated by serration, while Its meaningwas leper colony on Molokal island -
..... ...... T.... explained in schools, hospitals .
ROME (I\CI| A major 8lh.. /iitamla nutrition, clothing shelterand King Alphonno XIII In 1919, and charitable institutions "truly symbolizes the
crisis. inside Italian Premier NCI\ C News Senic medical rare which af was destroyed during the Hawaiian spirit, of aloha
Spanish civil war iimi9WIs !: : >. wtilth Infuses all who- coma
Aldo Mora's center.'left coalition MHO: NUIONS Rumon of a potaible \\there \\. feet se many peoples!" A national committee headed to them Islands It Is, therefore
Met government Involving by Pope Paul VI have aroused not only lively "| movie censorship has apparently Istion but also widespread Interest and enthuaiaam' on the appeal U Than said that, partially ait act of np.r.U"nfnr D.n lei of Toledo prepared the hu be chosen for commrrr ..
this flVilruction, The bells
tI;: Drugs been aoh'fd.Covernmpnt the part of various delegates aecretariate members and the Pontiff appeal "will always of all the churches In Spain program for the celebration, lion In Slatuan Hi '"
repretentatlvea of non-government organuatkma related remain an Invaluable at the llowtver the Myearold Cardinal The governor signed' the I II)
were solemnly
2i: W. lay Dr. sources confirmed 'A v ..1.."." I'u..".. source of Inspiration r for me moment of coniecrallon.ronl who has been III for on the Wnd annlveriar .f
(June Hi) that agreement The U N. General Asuembly laces nations, which the Holy and for the organization I some time, was unable to partlclpalt Father Da mien's landing on
Ph. 1"117O.VlllE'S has been retched between .s president, Sir A I I. a See has alwata% desired and /Prat." Cloistered monks and nuns In the "festivities Molokal,

Christian Democratsand Quaiaon Sackey of Ghana premolrd. and heiire a brotherhood

GULF SERVICE other coalition members who delivered at the Pacem a moving in Territ address progress<< Intended and. peace! I. amongmea favor I YOU'RE INVITED NOW ON DISPLAYA

1010 W. Icy Drive, A controversial amendment convocation last February ,

$14-174 III.II7 N.Days... It a proposed law It glue was asked at a prey confer. "The convergence of ae Perfect Solution .
24 Howe lae CtntrtWWrtclte tlale financial aM I. llalv's enre on June U whether many peopliso' many
For Additional Clauroom
Spact RtquiremtntiSCHOOLCOR
hard hit film
Service Industry has rumors of the I'epe'a visit art races to many states In a
G._.' Auto i bees reworded.Tht true magic organlutlon intended Tar -
truck Ctponn, "1 cannot meal any tort the evils of war and _E-
controversy eruptedearly "
srret he sad amUttalyHu ..
in June when Chrltttan to favor the good things of
reply is being widely interpreted
Democrats amend. prate is a fact which tht
pushed an "
CAPE KENNEDY moot to the bin through. par. as afftrmaUve. holy See considers as cor.
Lament providing that such Although" lulled! Nations reapoAdutg to .Its concept of
AREA aid would bt restricted to and Holy See authorial she humanity and included within
movies which "renpect the ....14 be directly concerned the area of Its spiritual 1 a i
rthkal social p I Ineiplee I I .Ilk a *UN tf Pope. Paul It mission In the world, theholy M e
SURF BOARDS placed at the foundation ef the 1'.N. kale not confirmedor / Father said
Salt or Pont the con.tit\itnn.. excluding eemmeet.d! .e sack Several references to Pope
SUN -N* SEA SUM SHOP any Ideological diacrtmtna earners a partktlarlf favor.eMe Paul appeal for peace last Relocatable Claiuoomi
2-iOI 1741AIA tlon." That meant no aid rllmale exult for seek a December at a press conference Schoot-Cer n t now concept thai can bo roatMy, bantportoo1 to your oWmarieo; sad "mode lack cl...._ ton.l.H oilleitrooms

$...!... heck would be given fttms .:,*.,tin 1.1t.l in Bombay at the International ready for VM In a maker of hews, 9>vm) you space when you need it, at t minimum, scat. a (loys end Gird' )
I sei themes I Eucharistic! n- School-Cee It eI..i;,..d to bt fUnblt. and fyncti.0".1 l to i ffurd yew 1..t..1It .ff" Teacher's ttertgt loclorCloelrooeflt .
A government spokesman This' dates from Pef>eJ pees were made In the d.. r.y hee fie,lad blue" pi"y purpose al luppUmtnttry tl..KO."m permAhnq It"i 01 dbrt.t e
Indicated that an "aa 'eemefit'' .*m s encyclical M peace, bale of the t N disarmamentcommiuMon. ";... .Hu.. duly h.ft", ,,,,,put,, rams, fllthi", and ""i"i"; rams. ,.,.."" .".., der a Srk;
In principle" bad been Parem in Terrta .'tort received .hit h concluded Iftit", ... +c, School.Cor elminateo slow. ctitly, If! I.t.< faVlcation, Seh..I.C" It do:,...4 a
QuoJityiPRINTING reached. twfrerewdofrted' qwrfatkwa Us deliborationa on June 18 ,for yore tf lorvict and loo mtmtononct, DrinIreq: ,earnlehi
tn varlow US. bo* a Hot. Wettr Hettof
*!. On January U I'Jf, tht
ScKoolCor, l .,tir muck ioN .*. convention; ;, ; School..Coe site lmprevemonH
The senate salt !!shed anew and elicited a awgt of .not* permanent ebrver of the ""T >t" > n bwiUinfl (0 a HealmqCK.HkoVj
amendment sptctfjring' among" all actively engaged Holy fiN .to UM i' N Man oconomKaly tccompluk School-Ca-yew can upend tctnemtcoHy !info a ."'
more clearly the Babare" of in searching. ier peace nt.or Ala rte Olo ani>ettipreseNttd 01 many tUn-roomt 01 may bo noceuary tl any time sad Taclbttr

aid namely u..... wfcaefela Paul pnnttflcatt theft "hoe behalf a bMUtifullyemhtisaid '"
\ keg artittic or nsHnralqualrtwt ben a cordial e cha. *f copy e/ tile Ron J.i-- _
vulgarly tis4et greetings and corrripoMdturebt boy appeal M which UM .Pope -__
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170 tWo'trj erotic eiual theme for IN .een the Pope and I' NTht ,, kd said --- .
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The Life of Our Lord God'l world

Catholic CommentIn

'There was a man sent from Praise is easy charity to practice

memoriam of the nobler aspects granted that the person already .
ONE knows that he is
God human cleveror
whose was John'ALL nature ii the
name capable. Or we may be to
4 4'TIHE l Son of Man has not come to times can be seen the missionary harvest fact that wt find pleasure in t unobserving that we do not

be served but to serve and to reaped by those priestly van four Evangelists being of help to other per Father even notice that a friend or

give His life as a ransom for many." guards.His Our Lord's entry 1 1 sons. Lee J. r acquaintance has said o-
Father McCormick into public lift with John theBaplst'l done something a little abovi
Certainly it can be said that the health weakened. h There are exceptions to this

selflessness of Christ's words was left Africa and dedicated l his desert emergence from his rule of course. There are individuals TrueThl. average.If .

echoed in the 39 which FatherGeorge final years in the Priesthood to the we wish to make a hah
years too self-
Matthew leaps straight toJohn's Frank J.Shred of spreading happiness
A. McCormick spent in priestly people of this Diocese. The same
mission after the return r centered even to set the through praise we have to

labors. charity which impelled him in the of the Holy Family from needs of others, let alone learn to watch for opportumties. -
As ordained servant of search of souls opened his doorway to Egypt Luke after the
a newly Finding minister to those needs Most Once we begin to sec:
God. Father McCormick left his native the needs of those who sought him out. of Our Lord in the of us do experience a brief for such occasions, wt maybe

Ireland and expended his health As a true Priest of God, he exemplifiedthe Temple. The oilier two actually inner glow, however, whenwe being so, It Is surprising surprised to discover how

and youth in the missions of Africa words of Christ Himself: I am in begin their Gospel with know that some word or that so many of us neglecta : for often other persons do commendable -

ten'known! as the "white man's the midst of you as He who serves. it. nothing of Our Lord's primed after him-St. John act of ours has eased another's remarkably the simple I lives I tool of deeds or exhibit

grave" In desolate outposts, the introduction Priests and people of this Diocese apart earthly from life John's being told"The before Word, Captist de la Salle, for instance burden. others.brightening This tool, so availableand laudable traits.It be ,

of Christianity meant years of and of the world owe him a debt of became flesh and dwelt I who founded t I so More often than not a to- so often Ignored, Is the may a tasty something salad an'erl'small' attractive .

seemingly fruitless toil. Only in recent gratitude. May he rest in peace among us." Schools Brothers in of the the seventeenth Christian ration It life the Priesthood begins with or religious a word of praise. hairdo a successful

It Is clear then that John century: St. John Baptist de youth's \lilon of the (rest It costs nothing to speak a home-repair job or a child

Sacred Scripture the Baptist's mission was essential Kossi, the eighteenth century good be or she pas do la word of praise. Yet most of remembering to hang up hit

: Our Lord's own mission saint whose own instincts bringing souls U God and to us are stingier with! our com coat.

I needed it. were rather like those of his happiness. mendations than we are with The moment's happlnen

God's/ gives psalmist hopeIT namesake; In the nineteenth! our money.To that I Is given by a compliment
In his .
mercy Gospel hi. ,breath St. John Interrupts century the Cure of Art, Many-if not most-young appreciate the happiness I to not to be measured by the
taking Jean Baptiste Marie Vlan-I men who study medicine are
plained as a punishment for Prologue about the Incarnation .potential of praise. we smallneis of the point that Is
Is the rare and fortunate ney. who would have loved a motivated by the challenge of
person who does not at one's transgressions of the Word to say: desert but was never allowedby easing the sufferings of !their have only to recall how quickly praised.
After all there are many "There was a man sent from fellow In our own morale rises witha
some time or times during God to go to one. men. professions We never need fear that the:
people who never committeda God whose name was John. pat on the back. "That was
and teaching
as nursing recipient of our praise will be
his life feel that he has plum. Father The number of not spectacularly "
r *m and who nevertheless This man came for a witness saintly who where the material rewards a good job you did. "That" come conceited or that o.-,
meted to dark terrifyingdepths John J. I suffer constantly. One need to give testimony of the light bear his name is, of course are so meager only was a smart idea you had. praise will spoil a chIld
only think of the thousands that all men might believe the pleasure of helping others "You handled that situation
faslrlulcifil r beyond counting the great There Is hardly a one of io
retarded him." beautifully "You have such
upon thousands of through can account for the recruits
French writer of comedy who does not suffer from
be the of "
They may depth and deformed and diseased excellent taste. How our
So that the Light of the who annually flock to these of
Moliere, for instance was some degree inner insecurity -
of of
tear frustration grief
children who have been spirits do soar on the wingsof
so World, the Light which of all Jean.Baptiste Poquetin. callings Peace Corpsmenand and self-doubt. Without
of despair of loneliness,
birth a sincere compliment!
since lights could be lay missionaries
surely not are
sin, ft helplessness of seeming But all that this means Is any danger of becoming conceded
The Mother of God herselfIs hid, needed someone to give other examples of this almost Why are we so miserly with or spoiled, we can
abandonment by (;od. fashion, he leaves no that the parents of the saints,
testimony to Him needed universal urge to lighten ourbrother's our words of praise' Sometimes
doubt about his anguish. Rut known also as the Motherof to say nothing of the parentsof absorb far more praise than
Whatever the depths maybe far above he sees the light Sorrows and the was absolutely John to give testimony to the dramatist and of the load. the reason may be envyor moat of us ever will get.

they are horrible. It is and so far from becoming sinless (from the first Him It is curious how littleis unnumbered others had a Mast of us, by return of our jealousy-basically pride. The majority of people

like being at the bottom of a frantic, he trusts and hopes moment of her conception. said in the New Testamentto great devotion to the son of circumstances, have to be It hurts us to admit that any carry a daily load of cart and
dank, cold well the sides of( show why John's work was and content with' less noticeableacts one can do, say or think anxiety When we reflect how
and waits of chary
calmly sure
While it is true. then that
which are so covered with thus essential of the something better than our
eventual deliverance.For there is a definite connection I that they had any clearunderstanding mercy small much support and encouragement
slime 11 to make climbing deeds of neighborliness which ads es. can be imparted by a
between sin and In Our Lord praises him Indeed of why it was
out impossible. Far far that light Is God; the general I 'suffering enteredthe : essential that Our Lord are scattered through our More commonly howe\er. bit of recognition or approval

above one can see bright God of merry and kindnessand world together with and should have him for a Forerunner days. Of this wt can be certain It Is a matter of thoujhtlrinnris. : it seems a shame that we are
warm sunlight and a smiling love and forgiveness and "Amongst those that : a who
are or why He should person rarely It doeko'l to not more liberal with our ai p>
as a result of sins)I. the connection just occur
blue sky. but they mock rather power is not by means born of women there Is not a han anybody for a Forerun does anything to bring Joy or us It speak the laudatory probation. It Is especially
than cheer. any greater prophet than John !the relief to another is a unhappy lamentable
To Him one can cry with always verifiable in individual ner. very word when the opportunity since, by our
And yet there Is light there confidence as a frightened Baptist" Luke( ( 7. 281 : and person. He cuts him Itself silence wt rob ourselves of

is \\warmth there is an open child can call to a strong, lov cases.Be that It Our l.ordas not lavish of What herald rould lie possibly self off from one of life's presents the pleasure that comes from
ing. There Is a goal to be ing father secure In the isalnmt, has a deep may.conscious our praise; pause a moment and need greatest satisfactions. Prrhapsf take it for giving pleasure.

reached and as long as one knowledge that he will bring !ness of his own sinfulness and try to think of anyone else Their devotion was almost

can cry out there is a chanceof help and sure comfort "Outof knows that release from mislortune that He praised. But although certainly not to the prophet Washington letter

being heard and of being the depths I cry to you, O can come only with Our Lord says (you will find without whom Christi mission
brought back to the land of Lord; Lord hear my voice' divine "if it in the verse before) that would have lacked
forgiveness:: you an essential
the living. It your ears be attentive to I D Lord mark Iniquities John was to prepare His way element it was to the
the voice of it is hard to find any hint China's armament
my supplies menacingA
The author of psalm I:' tion." Lord who can stand But from !Him as to why child whose birth had been
felt trapped with you Is forgiveness that any foretold by Gabriel the child
Whatever lit 1 s misfortune you may be revered." preparation at IIII II necessary who had leapt In his mother'swomb States Senate probably would be wise to discernible as obtaining 2S

He. too had fallen to the may be, he knows! that It I in If God were to Inflkt for a mission as powerful at the sound of Mary'svoice concerned talk and keep on talking years from now.

depths, and although he does the result of his sins. Not that rigorous punishment on everyGOD'S in word and as studded A' she entered the with our national security 'if it could be said that human -

not describe his plight in ape suffering Is always to be ex page five with miracles as His.Wt house of his parents with the policy has been warned that nature has changed Communism will still
are not shown In the Communist China be our critical enemy; Hi
-- Second Person of the Blessed as a nuclear them there could be some
r Gospels mighty things flowing Trinity in her womb' it was power adds a nw dimension bans for the view that atomic threat will continue U exist

Father Michotl V. Cannon from John's work intoChrist's. to the man who had paid with to the problem of war is impossible or at least .n every front military

Minion of Nombr D. Dios And In the reel <<(fc tus head for telling the truth arms controlIt unlikely" General White at- economic and theological

Min much New Testament nothing about Salome's mother. his also ben called to serted "But hi mjr opinion Communist China v, '
Is made
of St. John'smission
Let look the attention of the commit it Is a fallacy to consider that become a first class atom"
C; Re \t clupteas: in refers to either.it at St.all Paul though never ht this ekientlal man.more closely at tee that little has been said the development of a part mi power with sufficient weapon,
about this development tar
mutt have so weapon atomic stockpile and delivery sv <
the about it. He was born to Elizabeth far. and probably became no weapon has altered man tern to threaten tht rest of

110121 l a1 CAtllOllC lUStORy have since of John's only description origin is we wife of the Priest Zachary. one knows how to deal with it kind." the world.

Paula companion givenby and when she was past the age of "The advent of Communist lit said such an observation Space and space mil

disciple Luke. child bearing. She Is called in China as an atomic power has no molt. validity now tary facets will become u
Chapter M vested In the names of the which was created on Auguttu our English translation a puts a whole new element In than it would hiss had "wbn.

WITHOUT Priests! the congregations, and were administered u::. Thanks to Luke, all the cousin of Our Lady. but the the question of arms con an anctttor of Mao Tit tong crtatMflljr strategy important la war

of the congregation by boards of wardens same the Church has been Greek word used by St. Luke trol." a witness told the senators invented gunpowder "

at St. Augustinew or trustees, elected Father Joseph llosati CM., Intensely aware of John tver ".unen l." merely means a The general I satd any The general railed research

not appreciably im from the general member of St. Louis, was nominated since. relation. "stalenwtt" that aught be ar- and development "the

proved by the decision. ships. vicar-apostolic. "If wt look dose the road rIved rornefitont of national dt.feaw .
property He Is one of thai small and John at any rate was kin at In miMilt and ..
Since the United \\ hen the news of this derision It mint be plal that within '
States had Immraiurably select band lo to Our Lord but this fact is bomber forces could be only
Bishop England assigned conferred provisional ownership reached St. Louis, Father whom we say the ('on fit tor atevery never referred to again; even the lifetime .f more than half a transient state," and ht Ht said this Is "the urgert!

Father Simon Felix Gal of the Church of St. ) Rosatl wrote straightaway glass and dally In Luke describes the meetingof the present populatUm .( the warned that it it dangerous to hour of derision In the cnnn

lagher! to the town in late Augustine on its congregation to Home stating his Intention w" a prayers our the two couins by the I'Riled I I Mates CemmuniM believt that global war it impossible of nuclear proliferation." and

1822, but that cleric not satisfied and nut on any particular not to accept\ the river Jordan without mentioning China rat heroine a menace lit said it should. be urged retpoRMtrft offk-ia. sand

with his salary left diocese. Bishop or pa,. mitre. Great saints base beenQ. their cou. nshIP. I I. all faturt generation*." noted that u> only U years the people of the world t In

Florida for Havana several tor, the parishioners felt justified Ht was supported In this the United States has been Involved "take a tone look at the de
months later, in January. In following the precedent tefuxal I by his ordinary. Bishop "Tht Communist China I In miliUry crises u toy of man "
Du Hourg. who told him atomic specter: has not had
established by CatholicsIn nine different areas of the "Wt tan, of cause >
1823.The "Truth to tell I do Question boxLearns much imp.id-et. the witness pr
not understand
the north. On July 2. 1323.:! world ranting from Korea to teed la the usual manner
parishioners were no the decisions continued. -This is a
Propa "
against a background of Cuba and that with
better "In at lott conferences and negutu
situated In an empty ganda. To them perfect example of our failure .
seems only
church poverty, lack of Priests and three of those crises iSutt.Berhn t ass," he said "This ,Is the
than to look
In far
were no very into the
necessary appoint Bishopsand
confusion: I of ecclesiastical Holy Spirit and urban I global war traditional procedure
church at all. futur Perhaps
the to send them, without Inquiring reason
jurisdiction "Board of
whether there that both the government and war certainly a potsiMt tut "But the nuclear advent ,tComnMwitt
Soma parishioners won- Wardens of the Catholic Congregation are come "
dered how of St. any parikhes to receive and guides the press are relatively ideal China! demand*
Augustine"was Mass '
legally they could Ctrnptemiftg that
changes we not "
support them and without on the subject is that nobody sonwtnaH sew. be told the
administer the church that born. Its birth wa attended knows what to do look far enough into the fu t' S. Soaatt subcommittee
about it. on
providing (0
had come suddenly into their by an unhappy purr any means rthem lure General Whit I 11 d ..
My heart went out I ....1 l aad
lay hands but most looked to tent for their work. to Mane ah. It really bet The witness was General these 'ominous" sorority intrmatmal -
the example of certain similarly Bishop thi Bourg was the mother of il\ wht rind changed at all. ttrepl that Thomas D Whit, retired things art epera.....

situated Catholic Before rehearsing the story aware however, that 1001.t'1'IK'Opal the "new" .Matt M difficult, now vou understand and par chief of staff of the U.S. Air r

in the northern Slates parishes of the wardens and their control was needed I thought | would neier again ticipate. Force and one tun Chinese M. J. Murray
church, It will "be appropriate over Florida and he language officer
considered in Peking
where itinerant Priests offered feel at ease wltb She >I..*., I Perhaps it her parochial
Mass only from time to at this point It trace the that the matter was school children ran help their and our first air attache m
measures taken after Id" In properly his own responsibili could no longer follow each Moscow but
time, and to the example of parents as mine have, with true
Protestant denominations this country and In Home to ty. In early 1823. therefore nor did I know the their daily Mass attendance The general said that 1ft

In these place Florida uncles definite he w rote Bishop England: ask hymns But I I"'r\e\ered. and their the endeavor to control C.pyc Ls.
generally. churches,, knotting thaI the hole greater adaptable arma tfs. NCWC N... SaytomK
ecclesiastical properties were episcopal direction. Ing him, as had the Bishop of sat Spirit It. I wanted to let jou how meets and achwvt dttarma-

Havana to look after Florida guiding these chjajfi.Perhaps that a. one at Brat reluctant ment no nation excels the
The first divisions in the *
r"V" T ** **"* -
matter were made In Home as his \'Iear't'nt'ra!. our pu-ior. sub to chance, I new exult al the' \.'.ICI'd States it, J < ., *-,, ,i
hit understanding had I : -. *i *.
fcy the Sacred Congregation The (hurrh In Florida much anticipation of a II tad Ing tuu.osa n i {
lo do with "Bit. lae kaitenH 1;
It. .
Perhaps U add. 'nil"R.r" .
my Mais. .Y y hjaX ,
'f Propaganda .Fide whichad came again In a general ".
up school children, romlng home e BUM be forever M our e.4ti n+ .es
general charge of the meeting American affair joyfully singing Ihe hymn A, You art living proof of Mart *.( U secede U say /sta.1w14+ ....y,.awe. as b M.Rr4frwtors M afe /, t; f +\

".as'ionary Church in the at Propaganda tn June *. land leaching me In Ihe my frequent plea that patience rvllt, of any agreement w 1 g er rear ,

1 I tiled States. 1823. ct'1I1 were a factor. prt-But perseverance and wish a rommtnUt, state that 1 v wwf,
Aftei reviewing, cominumationi understanding wtfl curt the tort
whatever the sot Ide for '
|-iOill. >h>4 .,..t Irlrit that it had received As a result of that meetslag the fact( remain encouragement!| ills resulting from chance. It **.** foolproofIsipectJ

rop,04 ..., HOlif r.. .', I.. from the Bishops of Havana the brief creating the groan lo love have is essential, of course to
... ,, vicanate of Alabama Musis- the Ma, witha
r. H. ,1.1I and Charleston Propagandaput understand as you do. that The witness sa.4 he is roc
I ..1 I.i..i.r I'.... real never attained In
Iih stppi was revoked' Father my
..,I..d. t i. :.., forward the discomposing former' hour .f( the holy Spmt remains in swayed that the t'ntted: States
conclusion\ that the Bishop of Rooati wa pressed to accept Once train meditation. charge of the Church and is mmt continue its tfioru n
I'' .I II Havana's the episcopate a* coadjutor I ran 'follow (he the direction of ,
I D" canonical jurtaxiiction Ma. .. I guiding the chant** arms 'mtrol
.. .. Hwhoft. OM ltesrg. and ; when |, stand "
Florida had c.e.-d Por Paul \'l I ran
over recently simplii ass
.. If kin-el
Florida and when U J4, ,
III I ,..." ,. a< cording to a decree dated was allowed to rurrtformally Now ,1M1"1 speak summed up ream for the rationale this t.* added
,."....., ." ..... April J5. 179a'The to the admumtratwfl seems (Jf (,.. changes "Btfort It "bv sutgvtting that t* o -
was reach "
... r.o. ". ,, ,.. ....."10.. of'1)U Bourg until such short and mi Uughim and
"I i 5.nlu 1.,1.11.1., case argued by Mishap. I always linger enough to assist now wt wrath a (.jiJI loaded
10:.._ .. _od IXi) Bourg of UMiisiana and time as a diorte cotnprUiagAlobdma hat left until evenne must partictpatt u U>t )dasa.Before .ptttol. pouted at the othetTfcese
u .,.,i.. Art *T Man the KhKfclas and Florida could the church
in 1112. and it was enough to be
r lIt ,
be formed.). \hhouCIt
again in 1815. had teen, itturned my .ttic' I u poor present now attention and
On June 10. the day after I. jet!. wish spy fhiWrenslm- l
S out. substantially correct. action are required Before 14r'
Effectively, Florida had the Rome dociaten. Btthup big Joyfully' In praise of (,ed one could drew I' or tvea! asses art from
ik 'I..... r. '.Ilk been without a Bishop for FA: ,UH W| was wrttsng to the hat heroine Me *f my happy chat now no men of that; "Tkt Q. *.tio. In" toe

: oar. 1.I1t"11. lunger< than aloe knew Arrhttefiopof Baltimort : ell moment. |III help| u wt must. bites and pray" ftcled iy MMftlxsor J. D.
\ .. .... ...h. "St Aufustis has best now know the word. and hf The "new" Mais meantswab ('news,, oatwoally ka..t
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joins in .J'' ',,' n" The norMa Catholic, Friday June 25, 18M
Corpus Christi! --
'.: I Mass guide ------ -

Sharing treasure
t. t t
SUNDAY, June 27

procession through modern Rome 3rd Sunday after Pentecost

\ f.t. (Mass of Sunday Gloria, Convert tells of lasting I

ROME (NC) Departing from the almost habitual it is intended at the sam .4a. Creed Preface of Trinity 1

feasUJay visits to the poorer sections of Rome Pope time to Infuse in all human .. ., >. MONDAY June 28
.. Vigil of Sts. Peter and taught by PriestIN
Paul VI marched in the diocesan Corpus Christi piW existence participating in .
I Ik Paul. (Mass of feast .
lion amid the .
monuments and modern apartments of the such a sacrifice, a principleof ;
Common Preface,)
letter to the
a Duke of
EUR life which Is Identical t
prosperous district for ,;. : ., :
TUESDAY June 29 Norfolk. Cardinal N. I
Surrounded all, to offer to each that sam w.
by \
great marble_ buildings constructed bread which makes of those : t' ./ ul Sts. Peter and Paul (Mass man a former rector of St. "

during the fascist regime, he reminded residents that who partake in it a unified / "t !''f.:..... of feast Gloria Creed Mary's Church at Oxford University Father

"here also Christ has his whole one body with Christ"The t. d: ttl Preface of Apostles) wrote"From
dwelling. He is a tenant tens of EUR," the Pope said procession began at \\i, I, fI : WEDNESDAY.; June 30Commemoration the day I became a John A.
during the << f
and a citizen like all who << ceremony But dusk at the El'R parish .. of Catholic to this day, now
what kind of Romans would .1) O'8rlt'n.nd
live here He shares you be if the church of Sts. Peter and Paul J" : ; St. Paul. (Mass of feast, close upon 30 )ean I have .i
lives splendid spirituality '''' 2nd of SI never had a moment's mis-
your tacitly, interest. of the Roman Catholic ard wound through the tree- Gloria Prayer
ed though In a hidden way Faith were not extended to lined wide boulevards in thedistrict's Peter; 3rd Prayer of the giving that the communion of
Rome is that Church which
In nothing but this. monumental section Pope, Preface of Apostles)
your spirit. splendid quarter! L 1
ual life desiring His pretence at the Thousands of Religious, :\ THURSDAY. July 1 the Apostles set up at Pentecost the chaplain explainedmany
nothing proct'1sion Nor have I ever since
but and benediction fulfilled representing every order Most Precious Blood of Our things about the Catholic
your preservation an urgent duty the Pope congregation and association 1Prays Lord Jesus Christ. (Mass of 1845, for a moment. hesitatedin religion.
your communion with In Rome marched before the I. my conviction that It was
said "of offering you tangible feast Gloria, Creed, Preface Then Margaret Kertu
Him. proof that the Pope of Rome Pope carrying the Blessed of the Holy Cross) my deer conviction to join, brought me to Sunday Mass
Though a part of Rome Sacrament which he as I did then Join the Catholic
the is no less your Bishop than he rereived FRIDAY July 2 and continued mv tnstruitions (
suburban district a few miles is Bishop of any other parish from the hands of for peace Visitation of the Blessed Church which In my own "conscience Then she arranged an
from the center of the Luigi Cardinal Traglia vicar 1 felt to be divine. for with .
city district of Rome and its diocese Virgin Mary. (Mass ol appointment me rather
has a government of its own who see in him as general of Rome, as he joinedthe "Let us pray for peace In the world\ ," Pop feast, Gloria, :2nd! Prayer Such Is the testimony which Edmund Bauer CSt ,

and a modern atmosphere do. to our comfort and pride you, procession midway. Paul VI implored on the feast of Corpus Christi of St. Processus and Mar. converts in every age have at Holy Cross Church That

contrasting with the ancient the successor of Peter and Reaching the floodlit Palace (June 17)) mentioning the trouble spots of the tmisnus, Creed, Preface of given. They are among the clinched It.

downtownfavor.. The section the vicar of Christ" of Civilization and Labor a world-Viet Nam the Congo and the Dominican Blessed Virgin\) most active In sharing their Father opened up before

built by Premier Benito Mussolini square building with tiers of Republic. "We are saddened by news reporting; SATURDAY, July 3 Faith with others my eyes the Striputj! ') t'\I

I in anticipation of a Pope Paul stressed more Roman arches, which is one such sorrowful he said he St. Irenaeus ( Mass of They set t "{'fllellt" Catholics donee of the foundation of the
world's fair in the than once the social of the most distinctive episodes adding; that
early aspects quarter's feast, Gloria Common an example that more of Church by Christ JCMU <-,'m
1940s, which new materialized 'f the Eucharist landmarks Pope Paul hopes for honorable and constructive negotiations Preface I art should follow missioned the .Apostles tltl'al'h \

because of the mounted the altar before Imparting ,
war, ';No moment of all nations and proi:!
still bean the name Roman Is religiouslife the benediction \Ve can share our precious l lied to be> with His hurts
International Exposition I more propitious for our ObituaryMns. treasure with others by livIng until the end of time

(EUR). reawakening in the populacea Paper spotlights Reds an uptight life explainingour

"You arc Romani and ciU- sense of its profound IM\I\: MKIGVND) : : Faith, passing on Catholic Thepontles' Creed' h a
solidarity for Infusing a literature to others and hrlrf summary of their leach

charism of its real though I) ,\ I D l K: ( m' Requiem bringing them to Mass amt ing.

Sacred Scripture mystic unity than the celebration Role in Dominican crisis detailed Mass for Mrs Kmmael. finally to a (Priest for systematic
of the Eucharistic Impressive" were
Band who died here June 14, Instruction
(Christ words to Peter"
sacrifice he said WASHINGTON) (NC) -- A new government docuommunUt On April 28 the short lived was offered by her son Father This Is illustrated In theconversion 'Thou art Peter and n
God's 'Remember up
always that
Henedittelgand I o S It of Helen L Fisher
mercy the Eucharist Is merit sheds fresh light on <' infiltration of the'l'ublic rebel regime of Rafael Molina this rock I will build m
a sacramentof
The funeral took plate at St of South Broil who
Christian communion.. \\e rebellion in the Dominican 1 Ii before and after the t'rena' which had advocated Chun'h. and the Iallof hell
Rita Church on June 17 her experience thus
gives hopeto would like this to be a special United Statca intervention the return of ousted shall n4l1 pievaii against It'''
For I had
civilian crowds and organize President Juan hooch collapsed ).t'lirl my own re
memory of this memorable there. .\ Joint choir, ro.nposed of liglon/ the Ten Command (Matthew: 18, 1'1.)
demonstrations and the rebellion was the M. 10bbey choir and ll"'e is ChriKt e to
ceremony Pop con .
The document, attributed mrnts Hut I needed the Intimate
psalmist tinued. Communists I Increasedtheir ten In the hands of politically the parish rholr sang the safeguard Peter" and! his swcessors
contact with God which
to U.S.
intelligence sourceswas activities. in the confused immature army officers Mass Abbot Marlon How nun from teaching error
(( ..ll 1.M.4 fv.M pa** '...' "It Is a sacrament of the reported on in the U ash- situation following Communist leaders moved to 0,S It. preached the homily comes from paitHipating. & in I had often heard how ti..

sinner here on earth who vital union with fhrUt, wh. ington Sunday Star (June 131 Heid resignation On April rxert even more control over and rather Martin (;iullerssOS public worship, prayer and) Able was the doctrine of t,>nfessiroi. -

could possibly endure has then III* life for us and A State Department source. IS rebel army elements the rl"lIt'O't'l11l"nt" II. was assistant priest. the reception of the sacra But Christ taught it
while to memo I was much Impressed""
But lie It sot only Infinitely has clothed Himself precisely accept began passing out arms to Late the same day anti clearly ani expllcltlv
with the externals .f bread responsibility for the report Born Emma: Cecilia Affol with the wonderful fidelity
civilians Communists cooperated rebel military and bike To the Apostles He said
II Is also
JuM l. Infinitelymerciful said the information In it Set In Canton Arbonrg, Suit, with which Catholics attend
and wine ) "
I I.
and Illi Is represent I. us In this and In 10111.In.tll.t'l leaders Informed the I'' S. em 111'.1Ihf llolv Splat
mercy Ills sacrifice, thai of Ills appears qUit. reliable terland. Mrs \velgand s|>ent divine services rcgaidless of
took charge of the bt6.thfY could guarantee whose sins you shall forgive
he bull of our hope.
!body and blood Himself to the Star the her childhood in Iteechcr, Illinois the weather
making According weapons distribution Members the safely of Americans no they are forgiven them: and
This hope the psalmist expresses our spiritual and real document covers events In of tM MI'I were par longer II S. Ambassador. She and her husband wanted I I. learn more whose sins you shall retain,

In moving fashion is ourlihmcnl, In order I. the Dominican Republic capital ticularl active In preparing Tapley IVennett then recommended the late Paulelgand, movedto about the Catholic religion/ they alt retained' (John 20

follows: "I trust In the Lord: male It possible fur us I* of Santo Domingo from and distributing Molotov I the landing of the Florida In 1910. and through a rurlmis turn of 231.

my soul trusts In his word participate In the redeeming April 24 to May $. cot'Mails. 'lint detachment of Marines, She!\ Is survived by her son clrrunutanres I did
soul waits for the Lord virtue of that same sacrifice Father t Wclgand and a Instead nf bring a source
My Communist and 600 had come ashore by
than sentinels wait for It gives the names and activities agitators began daughter Mrs, (Donald JVII. I went to St I Mary's I llo, of fear, confession brings a
more "It Is a vital and of 77 know romitiu- urging the/ crowds to wise night. ot mind which
the dawn." Hams and two grandchildren phial In iHtatur, Illinois, fur peace
therefore personal intendedto lists during this time .v more arms and engage in On April :J9! an armed mob Burial took ;plait on June a serious operation| Duringmy from the ron,rlmi,nett nf
This of Individual
prayer an nourish mot Intimate and Urge number .1( this group, looting Members of th* MPI under %tl'D I leadership 111 at St Mary Cemetery convalescence a )/OunlSIII..r liod's; purilon.!
Israelite in distress
was profound Individual pteh.I the Star said, received guerrilla were told the party intended launched a full stale attack Jacksonville answered.
my queatlnnn
taken over by the liturgy and But." Pope Paul and. "it training uha.. to kill say pulice found on th* "n the last remaining polite It Wgets an Inner ti ,
put on the lips of the whole! street stronghold. jollity| which the world ,,*u5
is also a metal union bvcaue
people of Israel, at ts clear The communists are mem Requiem sai I in Eustis fork give With all my quest
from the concluding verses bees of three separate partiesthe \ group Including comnm, Another armed mob sacked < answered 1 was sea i-lvtd >II !o

Spaniards help pro-Castro 14th of Jitne elite |
The (lurch( bat made It uwUu! (1M') Spain* I Political Group ''AITJi,, theDommn plant *f the anllrominunKtaewopaper university students were active Fr. McCormi missioner Margaret serving *s my I'' ,J.
of toe I'enllentUI < :
ne sees Catholics have uededak.n l a an Popular Move I'rensa Ubre and In rfsnlullonil) and motherI

Psalms and uses It sine! at aprayer nationaloUecUot to help the met ''MI'Di. I which favors began preparallnns f.r turning agllstlna cork .... ... I CM'I led words to its
lor the faithful departed I.NI..4 row > dies fur the Prlesthuud at the
reconstruct. of Church properties J Red China sod th* M acow, out propaganda materials. Another 1100 Marines and Mary Magdalen parish. Mail ThmlogKSI Seminary llroItanIiM. scribe' tIM spevritv and, ha: I"<"

destroyed In Chile! by oriented DornMcM( Popular l+sKi US. Army airborne land; Father Terrell F Solana County Hllwn! ions my Faith has i"r"i \> ''t
the earthquake ef March let Sw-ialist iPftPD'' m* Te- star It I I've liivn I d
I'ut yourself in the place ofa Party troops l landed Communist Church of the Nativlt. ) +
soul) in Purgatory and yOU TV earthquake hit hardest Her are sale ., the highlights By April :it: communists l lenders of all three .parties Lake Mary Father Williams \fter/ his rdlnrllnn In !lt! '', others \a my home In n>> t

will see at once how, apivopriatelv in the region of guilkrta from tit* fvnim<*t hd. a large suppl of armsand mt U discuss u... situation NHdert CPPS. and FathnFrancis lather Mronnl vclun father Bauer Alreaii t

this psalm where 21 churches 10 parish document ammunition Teams i4 St.. Andrew leered In : of them, including rm' M, t,
eaprensenSour as reported by UM and. also. met with rebel army Bailey serve Nigeria,
rectories, ti party members spread t tUwwcd ..._ ,
sentiments schools 2 ran Mar! filters, parish, Orlando Father Africa. He labored there fur have rllld the raith

vests and dHlro'fId.The I .bocatfats.. werecompkt.4y Middle.grade and Junior erf. the city the spiting central up paramilitary part of. On May 2 a radio transmitter 'Richard Lyons. All Souls par .II jean before falling health The lest we ran II" Is I II

fleas oldie [ tonusUc army Communist In UK horn of a com lab Sanford; Father TltemaiiVKiley brought him I I. the tilled help others meet a lealuus
e4lectM grasps. agiUtors
4..1, J..I rwee Bounced Mktwtog a was vistt as of revolted. against Ole g*.,.ni. c M mMMl to work up rwinkt carried a broadcast Huly Redeemer parIsh Skirts Priest.

&. .. Cmr-.....> L S....$ Father Pienovl. MatafienvQuiltoU e< JIMoIIt tt OosuM Held' Caferal U* crowds and propagandamateriel letting armed civilian toalord Gerald, Klisimnif Dvlln I ;1C and. Iils Fattier.ed llurial will take |4ai-/ In That friendly I I r,,, twarms
on April 24 CesMWMUt leaders A
A/IIbwI.c. S..ic.VA to Enrkrue Cardinal -. was dialributed call Americans on sight Trinity parish, Dials Mount Carmel Cemetery their In'irt IH'I|
4-U7J Pla v DenM of Toledo and quickly. Uutnirtuig wg for. let orgMiSAtxm. of communist addressing a Several l'rl"llahlt were Tenafly New Jersey, the prompt them to look into
their ,foU
ST. AUSUSTINl Archbishop Casunlro MorciUo ers to incite .1.(rapt* s combat usutsAMrebel large public rally gave a violently members of the African Mil rnotherhotite of the Ami-man\ Mv Patti With t. td's n '

of Madrid. fore eswimaiid anti-American speech lion Society, to which Father J'rO\lilt.* of th* Society of l that will start them tuwa.! '
For St. Ansgar ed by Gflt..al l Elise Weasin v On May 4 and 1 communist McCormick belonged were Missions. to Africa the Churl h's open door
leaders determined
Ue** n began striking 'ba k theyaostd alto In attendance Father
\UIC\V (1TV l\l'I- step out of the '01. .

F. T. Blount Co. Pup Paul VI has Nttt a letter will attacks b .M mlM rebel g and held strafing sector i light so as to lend credrm a' to James Joseph parish Kelt Orlando IMA.; Father M. Carl T. Bouchard Funeral Home

commemorating the IIU.entenarv th* rebel claim of freedom
FUNERAL DIRECTORS <( d !M AnHr, from communist influence and Father Colum McCarthy 117 ClARWAUUARGO ROAD LARGO
4M2II TAMPA JJMW Apostle ta 'the north F.urwpeanuntriei : tk* ....1.1 dlscrganUa horns left Santo Domingo to
111 A Savannah, Georgia T.lepkoe.1S4.211 E
to tmff'UII! at UK the evmmunltls sere trr to prepare guerrilla
Hants g observing tie aM U la brothers, Michael. McCormickof
e r-' *. part of the 'sv.nti
('lite...* and John Mc'oronok

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Srhuwl ta li llMr 4j., and loot 22 An..... S...tS J4MJII
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.. wv b. ?awr Six The Florida I Catholic, Friday June !3, 1965:

Youth from 50 parishes


More can join fun at Camp St. John

i nnllnu.d,. ,.... .air ..r' given to each camper to improve treat follow\ the rest period. Michael alabella. J a m e I
ninth year of ramping with his aquatic skills Swim Night activities Include Sharper, and Scott Thornton,
he youth of Florida, meets, both with other camps games movies, and campfires Assumption pariah,

Mi John Ash (lend football and Inter-amp. will be held Patrick Michael and Thomas
Bi and certificates will h I I be Spann Michael Mjeri
coach at
and baseball hopBanv Special honors for
awarded the wlncrs campers"The William Steven
to Young. Roy
High School, is Cress and Canoe"alard.
amp: cook and athletic ducc Lessons in pram sailing andcanoeing a national honor society St. Patrick parish Games-
toi Coach has a Master degree ate part of the for campers Is award. sidle John Hughes, Blessed
After the Trinity parish. (Ocala: George
in Physical Education: camp program
ed to the best In each
s Nn, iron Florida State University necessary water safety I instructions cabin Conlon Daytona.Michael .
Assisting him In the kIt. campers will be Jones, Blessed Sacrament
then are EdwaiJ and John taught the correct procedureof The name 'Crow and )parish, Tallahassee;
Kirby of Barry High also boarding and tailing Canoe signifies the bringingof Greg Keiter St. Michael par.
James ilealy of St. John prams. the Church into the Ameri ish. Fernandina Beach; Sam-
Seminary, head counselor is ca. by the missionaries who my Prugh John Veale. Peter
a thoroughly trained Red The tailoring program will, were led by Indian Cross Jabalv. St. Paul parish, Day-
Include ournfghl campingtrip.
Cross water safety instructor an points out the presence of the tuna Beach
,ti I y r Michael Brown lie of M, Church, while Canoe signifiesthe Reginald Wescott Jr., Assumption .
Petersburg Junior College a Boat races will be the boating woodcraft of the Indians parish Eau Gallic;
qualified MIA instructor III program each seMion, and Paul Colombo, Our Lady of
The religious aspect of the
be In charge of the riflery and honor certificates III be Lourdes parish, Daytona
archery ranges(( Philip Callahan awarded to those who excel. ramp Mass Is strengthened by Reach; David Duggan St.
daily evening
St. Petersburg Junior This year water skiing has Jude parish St Petersburg;
there Is
and Benediction

College, will assist in water been added to the camp s activity James Tuttcn Cathedral par
ef the Most Blessed! Sac.
Jose School claims softball trophyThe safety at the Olympic pool.| list lor further advanced rament. ish. St Augustine
Carl Kettles, University of swimmers, Frank Lewandowskl, St.
Florida is stable master and Each: boy Paul I parish. holly Hill;
finals of the parochial team and their sponsors include, han, Coach John Sullivan, Bobby Included also in the camp attending camp Daniel McElIicott Divine 1 I
in charge of horseback riding is given In..tructionn\ serving
schools'! aoftball I league were from the left, front row, Keith Col. Schellenberg, John Joyce, Momi- Peter Landry, Marquette archery.program A will qualified be riflery National and Mass and Benediction Mercy parish Merritt Island;

played Jut before the closing of mar, Joe Akra, Tommy Hartley; gnor( Mortimer Danaher, Chailwi L'nivrrsitwill' assist In Rifle Association instructor Following Benediction confessions Alan and Gregory Michels, St.
school San Jose School! of Jacksonville second row, George Welch: Matt Re\rl! Bernie Rhoden Donald I water safety with the sailing will teach gun safety rules are heard every eve Joseph parish Palm Bay;
for the second time in a Schellcnberg, Harold I Sullivan, Bccbe Father Joseph, Duggan. prams and canovs and explain the working of fling, This year 19 of the 43 and Christy Reinman, Green.

row, won the tournament and, Jimmy Black, Michael Larmoyeux; Robert () 'loUrlll'. ('onsolalaSeminary the rifle to the campers Each first session campers are returning yule For South further Carolina Information

therefore, received the trophy. The back row, Father Michael Hanra- Ituffalu, New camper will be given a from last year concerning Camp St John

\ ork, a Ked ('rosi qualified chance to use and fire gas. The campers aret write to: Father Philip E.
ruler safety Instructor Is operated pellet guns. Along Halstead St
Camp John
Charities' loss Goes bilinguals natrrfrmit ilinitnr and Inhuree with instructions in riflery Francis Canova Jr.. Sacred Orangrdale Route Green
each wilt be trained Heart parish Green Cove
( of the prams and camper Cove FlorIda.
SCHOOLSROSARIAN 1)10\:: nnCMflnhignor: (: ) \ .\\TII\JII: Texan (N(') Ulllllft. in the use of the bow and ar Springs: Richard and Michael Springs,
John H Muliov.. 73, national The Alamo Messenger!: row. Courchesne, Steven Sales I ,
ly known In Catholic chart newspaper of the archdioceseof David M SCUM*|, Universit Holy Name parish, Satellite St. Benedict
tics work, died here on June San Antonio will be ex t of South Florida, will help Horseback riding(, a new activity Beach; Fredrick and l Leo \'"TlC'In" (lAO-The)
ACADEMYResident IB, lie was director of Den landed into a biliiiRiul newspaper at the rifle and archery at ramp thin )tar, offer Drew St Mary of the Lakes Congregation of Rites has approved

and day school for girls, en shores of beautiful tale \er archdIOcesan charities beginning Ith the first ranges rthurenesia. St to gain* every experience camper In a chance parish Mount Dora; James a Mass for a newfeast
Worth. Grades one to twelve, Fully .ccr"dit.d. New Build- from 1927 until VJtf! and In the mute in July, Moiisixnor Alex Vincent de Paul Seminary animal workingwith ( and Michael Featherstone St. of St. Benedict as
;mgi All sports, music, art, dramatics Directed by Sisters of late 1940'I as president of antler Wangler, editor, has lima fldton will teach paddle Brendan parish Ormond patron of Europe to be celebrated .
the National Conference of announced tennis lloiatio Villa \rch In addition Reich Michael MacDonald
St. Dominic. For catalog address: Registrar to horseback ; throughout the continent
ROSARIAN ACADEMY, WEST PALM BEACH Catholic Charities Tin exijn-din| ( i is the result bishop Curlcy High School riding animal care and howto Jack Surprenant, St. Mary July 11
of the nicrKer( of the ,\lamo Miami a Ked Cross qualified saddle and bridle a horse parish, Rockledge The Mass will. be allowed in
Priest wins award :Messenger with La Voz, a water safety instructor will will be taught In the handicraft from Jacksonville In all churches of Europe to
Spanish.language tabloid 1 I work at the swimming pool department campers Many honor St Benedict under the
Academy Of The Holy NamesResident DTONOralher(: Edward : Raymond YeascrrchWsh" elude:
weekly publlnhcd by the WIU make
lanvard and other title Patron of Europe; proclaimed
P of
Schillrlx-cckx O .
and day school for girls. Grades one to twelve. Fully the University of Nljmcgcn, archdiocese for the past 90vrars. op Curley High !School is In braid works The use of pias Todd and Jeffery Wilkinson by Pope Paul VI on
accredited Program Includes, college and general charge of the atti and crafts her molds and basket
preparatory Netherlands, awardedthe weavingare Noel Nihoul Chris Wile October 24. 1964. at the Benedictine
courses, music, art and sports. Conducted by Sisters of the Holy wan drpaitmentXuM'les. aim included
I Mailan library Medal of m the handicraft hams, St Paul pariah; Timothy Abbey of Monte Cass
Names. 3119 Bayshor Boulevard, Tampa, Florida. the University of Dayton, Receives workersnt thin ye r at inntrti urns Costello Michael Albert lino The feast will have the
The award wan accepted| re- (in' (NO-) lamp M Juhr Include swimming After lunch each day a rent Chris Meyeri, Mark and Sean rank of a second class feait.
cr-ntly by Father Anthony Pone Paul VI in receiving<< in the I ell,III pie size pool period is held, and campers Mulligan!! Christ the King parIsh The congregation decree
TAMPAINSURANCE \Hiiderhajr OP,. of Louis, about 230 executive and are given a chance to rent, : James Sirman St Matthew specifies that March 21 will
ville.\ Kentucky, ')'he medal workers of a Milan electrical During swimming classes write \letters, and read hooks parish John Sullivsn, continue to be celebrated asa
all campers will be Unified from the camp library Trading Most Holy Redeemer parish third clan feast of St.
was established in 19V! to emcourage firm aid he hoped
!: books on the Blessed to show all indu ll'lalIIork, ai bogmnen intermediate! post at which timeampcrs Paul Nowotny, Sacred Heart Benedict throughout the
Virgin The Dutch Dominican en the Church constant or swimmers lessons will be >' get their daily candy parish: Fred Baehmann world

Fire; Auto life Home er Business was honored for his book, solicitude for their continual
HENRI A. MONTEAU 'Maty, Mother of( the 1U- professional: religious and
J&' MOREL AND.OLIVER MONTE AU, INC. rtemption moral 1rogreu> ," LOCATIONCamp
3) Wtittrn Union Building Saint John h located on the. lIt bask el she.. S.lnt'

Phone 227-1W Tampa, Florid Johnt River at Swherlend. Florid.. It ie I Ib muss south *f

40 Jacksonville; on State Rood II HI acres the Saint; J 4in.

V River from Green Cove Springs, 10 miles semi tl 1#>.

MARY HELP OF '- ::: Sherds Bridge;

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For Boys 8 to 14Staffed

.rclusivsl by the S.lesuns of Don Bosco, Located on THE. ST. JOHNS RIVER
beautiful East at the outskirts of Tampa. Using all the '
faclitei; ; of the Mary Help of Christians School for Boys. Switzerland, Florida '
Open Sunday, Jun. 20th thru Sunday. August 5th, fncluuv.. r '"t I Is

'In the quiet woodland e" the banks of the picturesque: ,
Saint Johns River the Diocese of Saint Augustine .ha.
established a summer camp for beys end girt. At one 1N N
,) lime part of an estate. Camp Saint; John has. etceptional;
facilities to provide oholesom. outdoor ,living in an atmotphere + )
t of Cathode guidance. dsw.di

(ti eI

r Register for camp SESSIONS EACH SUMMER Camp Dates

I e ytj Woodcraft' Session First Woodcraft (Boys Only) Sunday June II.I
Mr and Mm. Jack Spann irgwter their R"PK Friday June 2S
Ft Patrick, Michael and Thornan, for numrnrr Each wsuon consrtti; of tee *.eit of real outdoor life
j t arMions ,amp with the sp.cl.l.mphais planed/ on woodcraft. water spoofs Second W* dcrft pep( Only) Sunday, June 27Friday. .
at St. in Switzerland Fl
Camp niila
; ;
nfUry, hung and nature\ study These sewer* ; July ,
e Taking irgmtratlon in Janice Healy a *rm nanui! are open only' to bays b.tw,*n tho ages of I and 14.
who serves aa head counselor Camp St John\ sunder First C">ecn.sm (B.yt end &
the direction of Father Philip Ellul I ;,'., m Catechism Session; Fnd.". Ju>y 23

This; session tenuits of two seem. of wonderful. camp If* Second Catoch.sm.; (Beyl end Gd.) Sunday July 2S.
with tho special emphasis; placed on religious instruction.Tho Friday August 4.
OUR LADY OF THE HILLS program ;includes three ct..... each day conducted by
the' Sisters, The balance of the day is devoted to water Camp Rates
sport, .handicrafts; .hk.nq and garnet This; session it open
'\;; to bosh! boys end g>rH between the ages of I and M. Since Woodcraft Sew** (T.. W.. _IoY' enfy) US 00 |J5 00
r.w1 CIIMPJlENDClSONVltU many more eppfic.t>ont aro rceed than there. ;it spate dtcount en application$ received before May IS. I US)
av.labl.t' ; it necessary to adhor stnctly; to a deaden date Special ree. if scone ...." o"o from a family .Hndt.Ca .
I :f for enrollment And inasmuch, es this; setsion. .f Camp itdenqned 'chsm; SoM-on; (Two We.4s_..Beyt end & especially for these children. who for
Fee: $30.00 per week for any number *f *>**ls. N. C another ere unable to attend parochial:. tckool ese;, preferencewid reason or 00 d.KOwnt rf eppr e+>e* rc* All ectivit, free. including: Fishing, beating, ..imminv. gym, be given to the*' appfi atio. H.**..,. thte applications penal; rises rf more than Me Brew a fancy *...*.L
baseball, ponies, movies, crafts, hue, camptires, etc. must be received by the Camp l Director not .la.w than Al *f..>ese r*to s are at mdufv; .*d 100 'e."ai'al b.
JI Catholic camp for boys and girls age May ISth. After Ohio> date applications! w4; be accepted cherged.San .
WRITE TO: 7 lo 16. 200 acre, 37 buildings in the from any boy or girl; regardless of school attended at long
Mary Help of Christian School, Dlae pidgin Mountains. Large modern at there it tp ce.For .

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wise voice of Seven The. Florida Catholic, Friday June 2*. 1965


Church, not Reds, Bishops endorse new religious Obituary

by Latins

BIE.NOS instruction bill for Philippines
AIRES (NO) ST. ArGl'STI\t Requiem -

Former president Arturo Mall was offered June

Frondttl of Argentina said In MANILA (NC) The Philippine Bishops have! publicly separation of church and 19 for Harvey J Lopes Sr.

a radio broadcast that the endorsed<< a religious Instruction bill allowing; schoolteachers stale U to be a Berlin well 57. who died suddenly on June
world \\t finally 1 to teach religion in public school during off a proof of opposition\ enmityand 17 Mr. Lope was editor of
listening to
.w L".u....._. hated!. born of essential The St. Augustine Record,
the Yoke of the Church beneath contempt In a ('hrlvllan "
L1e15 In a statement signed by ( 'ppotition and antagonism newspaper serving st. Augustine
land (.n"II) file In the statement said and !St< Johns Count,
troubled times like these ,. Archbishop Julio R Rosales
the fare of our whole svstemof In and former columnist of The
"we of Cebu the hierarchy also rejecting this argument
must Ultra to the eter- jurisprudence "hlrh'.up. Honda Catholic.
It cited! a speech by President
"urgently asked that Preside
Rally else and true joke of LLLIL ? n t Diosdado Macapagal poses free will and guilt and Macapagul in Cebu during Celebrant of the Mass at St

the Onrch, expressed by her i recommend the bill to the personal responsibility the quaidrlcentennial celebration Agnes Church here was Father .

eminent pastors" he tald. : senate In its special session. "As we might have experte of Christianity of theJ'hibppiflts David T. 0 Shea Serving

The bill sponsored by whenever the word religion in w hich he said ai '1'11pallbt'ar..rs! errs
At the same time he de- 'It is therefore Joseph Colee. Lloyd Crl-
to be
Rl'pr.s.ntltJMllu.l Cuenco is mentioned experted
Installed even
flared that "the world does for Holy Cross Guild and passed In the house of someone will stand up < not follow the partisans of W W, Wilson and Tom
violence! It is littering In. Father Frank Goodman of Holy Mrs George Farrell, x'ice-preaident { representatives recently provides warn us that we are. embngerlng moor between and mutual cooperation Kingmnng<< the honorary
( church and
Name voluntary religious Instruction the )
stead to the voice of the pariah in Gulfport was gul'lIt.JIt'lbr Mrs. Anthony Camillerl, treasurer; separation of each should welcome pallheaiers. were Dr JosephA
,' from
In hoots
public s church and state,
Church he at the installation of the new Mrs. Neil Shreve James
asserted. secretary; and Father The the other suggestions that Shelley Solana and
officers of the Cross rejected J "To them the wall of \erle A. .
Holy pariah Daniel Popellenldcnls
Csrrigan of the
would enable
Frondlzl) ) empha lred that pastor what it enumerated as objections It to \perform

Latin American society Is Intrinsically Guild. At Father Goodman's left are Palmetto pariah to the bill offered by better Its assigned task especially nf !lit. Augustine,

opposed te communlst Mrs. Arthur Lishnew, president<< ; various civic and religion Feat recalled on .matters that affect where Mr Lopes was a lifelong .

activities and organ), ----- groups In the country, Includ their common Interests t such resident, julnrd with
lations. ing a rally by public schoolteachers VATIC\ ('IT' (NCId. as public morality This cooperation family and friends at the

Cardinal rebukes Priest against the bill. dressing a group of Alpine' harmony and dialogue Mass and hurlal at Saa Lor-

"All big popular mo\e- praises younger guides from the Matt<'i',torn, In no way Indicate that enio ('em'tery.Survivora .

ments In Latin A.nerica have Reds "The argument proposed 1'ope Paul M recalled that one is fused with the other
been attacked and condemned in Poland/ against the legislation, If Tope PlusI climbed that Include hit widow

by communists who generation of clergy Indeed they ran be honored spectacular mountain while The admonition that the Mrs. Jane Lopes, t two

have backed antipopular and BFRIIN (NC) Poland'scommunist with the title of arguments still a IT lestThe Catholics "must let the public daughters, Miss Teresa Lopes

oligarchic dictatorships withIn refused government" has M\liil; (.NC) The spiritual director of the Span must needs sadden any true guides from Zerivatt. schools alone because they and Mrs Dan Dupont a son
to provide communications American in Madrid has Christian (he statement t Harvey J tapes Jr a brother
seminary ,
characterized the
our continent, he added facilities rightfully !Switzerland, were reulved are the domain of the .Iat." .
Albert two
Lopez: grandchildren
due Catholics as working new generation, of Pncsta as heroic and faithful to the said by the Pope\ In honor of thecentenarv hits "liitalllarlnn overtones If and several nieces

cltuens of the wallet in me lace or a The proposed legislation Is << of the conqul( of "
nation. Stefan
JACKSONVILLEmCONOCAFt Priests carried out in what he left unqualified, the stale and nephews.A .
Cardinal has rapidly changing world. constitutional the Bishops the Matterhorn.
Uyssymkl declared veteran
railed "proceedings contrary menl) said.This newspaperman
according to reports Father Fernando Urblna to the Gospel's spirit said It has been examined by Referring to an account ofa Mr Lopes had been a member -

CLEARYCONSTRUCTION here wrote in the Spanish Catholic outstanding legal experts end mountain ascent recur eJ would mean It a.lded, of the staff o( The St.

CO. Action weekly Kcclesia that "\nniMmous denunciations, they firmly maintained that by Monalgnor Achllle Haiti that "the will of the parents, Augustine Record for 31

h'M_ '_ The Polish primate spoke the new Priests of the Spanish lasslllsg pamphlets, the ai proposed It passed the teat 1 (later Pope ThusI), )'(II'CI| their God given right to control )ears serving as editor of the

us.unoa IU .._._"re'IUJ'.... II.... at a Corpus (hrUtl processlnn world guided and backedby spreading of suiplcfons. prejudices of constitutionality, the Dish Paul said 'the exprrlen os the education of their newspaper fur the past 20

724-1455 (June 17)) la Maria In the hierarchy orientatedby and fear are harm ups addedThe described are alio yours Tim children will b. but words, years,, lie also had served at

which some M.OOO people the light of this councilor fail actions," he said statement said that the panorama he saw stretching, crushed under the boot of anew editor of The Railway Dispatch -

look part era. are carrying out the dif argument that religion la to Immensity from the sum kind of dictator who will\ a monthly news digestfor

lie complained that the flcult task of the evangelisa "Christians should suspectsuch 'dl\111thll children will mil of jour peak| Is the salve a
-.w- government had not allowed tarn of the modern worldundergoing superficial anti-marxismwhtch !he turned against one another that von contemplate snit main of the Mate. to the complete many yearn was a sports

the !installation of loudspeakers a profound complete the Is of like aspirin' '" used for on religious grounds II such that stirs strong and tend'r exclusion of the parents, columnist for The Florida
transformation" cure cancer religious Instruction Is Introduced emotions In your heart not to mention the Church" Catholic.
at the outdoor altar where
II To charges that today'sChristians
Into the public school
399 l'rbl".
.. he spoke "My voice cannot
have lit leanIngs r
marl -
does not have
system any ... -.I
.. of the r ,10.
5.r youngerKofC
reach the Cardinal
your ears '
Father I'rbma
merit no evidence and
.. since
hat 4 tr t. Chl.? ".
uu.i",,,I ln.ur..r. ..I 1 1.4. said, "but It reaches your that there Is a marxlst danger statistics reinforce this argument
Joseph M.r.IU. Mgr, heart ads lead but that l I. only one of !. A

353.7419 Communist, authorities have TORONTO (t\'t) (More many rnks challenging the It cited the fart that Cathy
a';'o denied state radio and Christian who does not elude
IK schools and universitiessend .
J14 W. For, 4h St.Thunderbird. than lOOtK) persons: In the "
t"\llloo faculties to the his social rexi iaibllities, out relifkm Instructors
province of Ontario have enrolled
( ''In h on Corpus Christi
to certain public and nonsectarian -
In 'Instruction
one of the few religious holy the Catholic faith coursesin To honor Pope private school I *
as a result
day still observed as a pub- "and"" one has ever raised
of Hmghts of Columbus RintmT: (NC: Arch-
holiday Id.ruHm..nlI\ was reported bishop .:ndr. llamvas of the objection) that It was 1

at a K of t meeting Kalocta. chairman of the dividing the children Into

IDTAUtANtSsjnrinf RELIGIOUS BOOK here The J\n'r'I'' ads hate Hungarian liiitafw' Conference warring groups

piftft&Nii,; & GIFT SHOP drawn some 12 OlIO Inquiriesin will offer Mats on June Some went so far asn

Ontario it was saidHOMEOWNERS. 27 In St 'Stephen' basilica, say that religious Instruction
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'The Florida Catholic! Friday June 25, 1f+65: WM 4..1

-- -- -- -r'- ,, Pope stresses true values

Priest says povertyact R / r i for technician's guidance

neglects aging 'r VATICAN CITY (\C-A group of industrial tech.

nicians from developing countries have been asked by

T Paul VI to take back to their homelands the .
WASHINGTON (NC) The secretary of the National Pope essential

Conference of Catholic Charities told the Senate moral. ,and religious values of Christianity or>

special committee on aging that the Economic Opportunity u r ,.;ay served during their stay In lilt ion of the statecontrolledindustries

Act "ains by neglect in bypassing the older per. mai Italy. .
"Our customs and way of
son r
at c thinking are different from Speaking French, Pop
Monsignor J. (June
Raymond Gallagher testifying I yours," he said. "This is natural Paul said his sole ambition I Is
17> before the committee said the present law "fails in You have seen to work "in defense of spirit

its ability to deal with the modifications of the Economic Christians living and you ual '1Iul'l.Thus. .
totality of the problem ofpovt'rty have seen the living Church.
OpportunIty Act to he i
In "Do not be led "help
our society"lie astray by
older citi/ens
help ing 11mt'n\ to achieve ever
said the of customs and attitudes which
problems The cork-training pro and
progress pt'ar'oful
I Intensified for the have their origin in ancestral
poverty are grams provided by development within the
among the aged, and urged act he said, could be extended times, and modes of behavior national communities in

that they be given the same to update the skills of which reveal antiquity and which they live in accordancewith

consideration by the poverty artisans and craftsmen who history truth Justice, charityand

program; as the >oung are now considered tinem- "Certainly >ou must have ]liberty .
The aged poor he said plo) able largely because of understood the essential element "Take! back from jour stay

"have the same handicaps age" discovered the moral in Italy not only the technical

they live in the same demoralized Local agencies he added, \ and religious( tallies of which perfection you have come to

conditions and should 'be enabled lo carryout the Church Is the depository. seek but also the knowledgeof

they have the same right to programs by which these Catholic Charities board meets in OrlandoThe They are true at all times and a world different( from

a reasonable share of thisworld's skills tan he resurrected and under whatever sky ,because jours, one which has its own

joy ai any" other given promise of
group in our society utility" Directors of the Orlando Catho. dent; Father Hubert J Reason, director Guertin, Robert Heidbrink, vice- anis erarl" of what the Chris-

For this segment of society As a second stage. he said, lic Charities bureau was held in ; Thomas J, Aglio executive president of the board; G. Albert Two hundred techniciansare tan religion is.

Monsignor Gallagher suggested these skills could be used to the offices recently. Among those secretary of the Orlando bureau; Shepp and William Joyce. completing a high ]level "By adopting all that It

consideration of: rehabilitate! houses now in attending the meeting were, from Mrs William Latham secretary of training course sponsored by best among of the the world various and peoples .

Rent supplement to Insure dill('pair that cannot be repaired the left, seated, Father William the board Standing are Thomas the Italian Institute of nation itself through their ex.pressing
. films be.
"decent safe and sanitary" by existing al reconstruction, an organ--
cause there would be no civilization it (Christianity)
housing; guaranteed annual
profit. "It would be worth the is essentially identical every
incomes or automatic benrfltincrl'lss effort of a nonprofit community On parish liturgy where because it is a message .
to augment pensions Nuncio thankedfor of salvation to the
action project to reclaim given
or Social Security payments WASIIINCTOV: ; (NC> -Tha
world offered to all\ without
and rehabilitate
this housing
; and periodic retrain. Liturgical Conference has announced
an individual person peace efforts plans for a parish 7 ee distinction of race, origin or
ing by companies of veteranemployees. r ?
rank. It is the love of
among the aging poor he liturgical book providing materials r
added. SVNTO:' \)()\1I\r.0 (:NCI-) God which gives Itself to us

He also suggested/ several To facilitate! this he suggested President Ljndon B. John. in the for revised full participation liturgy( and wr tv and urges uj to respond"
r v Pope Paul] Ilid.Daytona.
that the funds available
( son's representative to the other public religious services 1 k."r .
Daytona Beach to the Small Rusmess Organization of American i !

Administration through: the John B. Mannion, executive Beach
States has expressed the N
poverty act be used to purchase secretary of the national organization 3rI
tools, materials and gratitude of the American which has headquarters "

OATTONA 'vehicles for their transport"to | government to Archbishop here laid "The Fyrnituro looks

accomplish such projects: Enianuele Clari/io apostolic Book of Catholic Worship" iLI'Lead Greeting Cards

jJd Other aged persons, he nuncio to the Dominican Republic would be "designed/ primarily tJ1j LLOYD COX

laid could be trained In "In. for his peace elforts as a 'pew book'-a book of Office Supplies
and to ba ,
dividual and personal tenIces. public prayer song
MART during the current civil war.
." kept In church pews for use CL 2-J47J
HNworlh: Bunker told time to Women's III North leach Street
ltt-Kr.ttin&ulutinWundl As such they could help any people go Epiphany Club
.Vrdiblshiip (larlrin that the church"
W.v.3M fill the demand for "special
ists in child care service to entire tmlcd Mutes government Mannion said liturgical specialists Women of Epiphany parish Wom- treasurer; Father David Page, parish
North Beach Street the chronically ill, to the Muff( working!! here admires from all\ over the en's Club, Port Orange, will look to Priest Mrs Julia White, president;
his continued and effective ( had been consulted
Phon. 255-547 older guests in homes for the country these newly installed officers of the Mr. John B. Sullivan deanery repre- Symbolof I
efforts to obtain a Dilution on the preparation of the
aging: (lands) to patIents in Club for leadership in their many projects tentative; and Mrs John B. ]
.. to the bonk 11111\ be Gormley,
.... .... problems besetting published by
,. mental hospitals the country the conference in cooperationwith : from the left, Mrs John Wag.net who installed the officers.
I si ASIUMD or \. "I sincerely believe" Mon.
Mrs. \\altcrs
secretary Tony
I SINS 'FOOD six publishers: Berliner ; Servicefor i
J signor Gallagher added that
Resides efforts to
a< I tprhonl'rs
: Will UIVIOAND / and Magmnis, the Gregorian
the older person has the lire- relieve
starvation :
UNSIIIV MICIOfluff. / Institute Helicon/ Press, Mc.
". ....... placable maturity needed to and place the Church m the Laughlm and the War
si. give the patient and continuous forefront of efforts( for peace, Reilly Criticizes on irreligion CIRO'S
World library of Sacred some 49 Years
service needed by re the nuncio has sought to bring Mime and i'alm Publishers lOtnoSUUK):' : '' lark C"atOl'll4.d.* Dr.palC'p.t

larded (children by mentally together repiescntatives from council (:NCI-A) call to combat the Sl'oi' t Service I
ill patients, by chronically 111 both sides to end the stale time'out reportingIOMMIV .'flfI".I_,..... lee
)_ .r.uNd.MA Children/ and adults." 'Equal "philosophy of Irreligion"fast 7650 N. Due, ; Fr....,
"C / mate He/ has "01 kl'dl'llh thl'l'ountry' t".eL eleerTose
Poverty among the young( Bishops to urge: M.\SIIITOnThe; (: ) : \ (:\-John) Cardinal spreading through the N.. S"
is not as bad he said, because greater efforts( by eserone) .Federal Communications lleenan of Westminster nation was Issued here by o..n.d Icue

"one'I'y youth is an to form a satisfactory government Commmmn has turned downa has declared that popular accounts \Nilliam R. CoftKedine. director '" I am. II ..... e
of what has .....
been ..
of the legal -
asset department
Archbishop Clarmo plea by Mrs\ Madaln Murray Center: Mr. Raymond Webb
at the ecumenical h. Holt'" Ntve ap.m
Rut "poveity II the end also has been active in pUl'emedlatJlln widely publicized! atheist, National Catholicvelfan: I .
"..1 product of one's \life Is so for the OAS. for equal time on 15 Honolulu council have been to some degree Conference. OK 7.5604 for ads in fh.i. area. or. .

..... .. a N..e A..... much mote depressing and radio stations to reply to their "works of fiction" and Speaking here at the 2ftth
.! I, ,r,.-him. he criticized those reporters
defeating Poverty among!! the religious annual graduation
program( ceremonyof
Hair J Monrtifn U. S film wins "
"ho cannot help
n<' r I Ida aging( ( cries to heaven and to The KC laid the stations arranging" Siena College, Mr Coons PARKER

.... All ,Y.Um'I' EO! us for assistance S \\ SFI! :R VSTI \\, Spain "acted reasonably in !good facts around theory dine said as a result of the MUSIC COMPANY

(,hll ... "M., |\-1'he: :) American movie faith" in refusing equal timeto Cardinal lleenan leveled) infiltration of the Irretigionphilor $.Ut Rentals' Service Initruction
I .lIa Used "Once a Thll'f.I on the Mrs. Murray. r'CC chair. his guns at council\ reporter / |>+)iy, there are peoplein Organs perfect for Church or Homo
\\ Catholic award at the San man F. William Henry and in an introduction to a new our land who have never
FURNITUREBUY book the council :Monsignor Phone 252.1215 1)4 VoU. Avenue
on by -
SoliHstian Film Festival I two other commissioner, said learned that the riddle of life
Banquet Facilities, and SELL which ended here June 11, in a concurring opinion that / \Derekorlotk.. secretary cannot be solved without God
.iI.bl.; oar RiiM.tnixinH the stations had not dealt of the English and Welsh and without religion "
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up t. 400 persons Hlork \.rlh .r M>itU.l. with contromnal ismei of hierarchy "Group endeavor no matter Q

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,.. '" "Duds For Dudes"WERNER Bishops at the ouncll," rontilni lion" Mr Connedme ind DINING ROOM

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-:' ;F Mn The Florida Catholic; Friday, June 23, 1965
;' ; qt1 r Heidrich Center in Orlando ---
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f .
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Bishop Moore alumnus
,.'f ,

receives commission

k l ORI.\ n() Edward C. Sowtman Jr. son of Sir

I and Mrs Edward C SoUtman of St. Charles parish here

was commiwilonfd aa Second Lieutenant in tho United

Statca Air Force upon his graduation from tho Air Forgo

Academy on June 9.
Georgia, in September for
Edward entered the Colorado basic flight training!
Academy in 1961 after
graduation from Bishop
Moore High School. His major .
field was mathematics
and basic iclencei

It while at
was Bishop
Rising fast! Moore, under the guidanceand

H RSSwtJ "Iniplrallon at my teachert. ;,
; Hare on the grounds of Sun.op that I decided/ to continue
Moor. High School in Or working! In mathematics .he
(Undo the "muki-purpoie Center, laid.
a benefaction of Herman J. A
: Heidrich, it tiling form rapidly. At an early age Edward
The unique structure cover. began hit many aUmtiei In
Ing 147 f..tln diameter and to 1959, he was elected "Boy
1. a4 I / stand 40 feat high hat ground Major" of Baltimore, Mary,
foundation about comp,.... At land, his former home town
dengned by Thomas J. Madden While attending Bishop 2nd LJentenant
AIA, of Miami, the top of the Moore Edward was active in Edward: C. Solitmaa Jr.
dome wil be built on the the Science Club and Latin

ground at a "tphero "made of Club; he was president of the ORLANDOWINTER
tetrahedrons grouped in octagonal Letterman'i Club, treasurer
forms along the lur of hit clan during junior PARKELLIS
face of the tphere." year, editor of the yearbook,
Herman J. Heidrich the of the Can. .
Recently tue president of the Debating So
Warns 'rebellious'Prelate tar, to seat 2500 persons, was" cietylcepreildrnt of the
.....Sons Church in U.S. surveyed by Buhop Moore Bishop Moore Chapter of the
tI. a..d "h...... Head Coach Harold N.I.." National Honor Society and
01 Is.er arrN sad "r" '". and a of senior
..,a'ie Nul\N PNlli." ( fI upholds qualify Views of Pope Leaving postI..tFA1'ETTh (right) when group tha baii found bop. parish president Junior of the Holy!it.Name Charles So DRUG STORE INC.

lion of th. perimeter was finithad. .
of schools' M.W: YORK (NC-An) anthology : (SO) Mon. Jack Oemetrae, contractor ciety. 4722 Se. Or. II. Teal
teaching for the For two consecutive years
Gary's Duck Inn Center plant to begm -
of'Papal Document signor Charles n Fort iff will
he was a winner of the
assembling th. dome nest, Bishop "'. ISS-1211, OrlenJe
''II,,,T.JUT 4/aIronn rI4L roN.,,I).. KOCHFOKI (NC) Bishop Loraa T. Lane has on UM Press," published at leave hit job ai managing director putting it iliyward on a matt ai Moore High School mathematics .
the Vatican li availableat of the Southwest the tournament. He receivedthe
IIO..T .Ir a\TWNNN' now work progreiiei.
spoken out against proponents that traching1 in our b.
P..... Ot 4.4111MI4 the Catholic Frees AIM Louisiana. Register to work in Latin award for the high
a*. Of, HI. Trill schools be downgraded or even abandoned." The Bishop Ciatton national office, 432 the Latin American missi ins. fit average for four jean of

of Rockford alao warned againat the "rcbelltoui ifint" Park Avenue South, New He began telling ads In Slit Bishop Moore latin Ha graduated from
prevalent in the new trend fork, N Y. 10016 Priced at *1. for the old Catholic Action of Bishop Moore with a high
.JIM BLAKE might be undermined or even the $73 page volume ewttatni tie South edition which I ti average
OFFICE SUPPLY regarding restlessness authority."The loundIfnfr.Uy destroyed, 117 document 12 by Pep served the dioceee II. helpedto High School Notable among hit achieve.

FURNITVRIC at 'It I. with much dismay Leo XIII; 12 bv r.pe Bent- found the present diocesan OKI VMM) mrnta while at the Academywere
in roc rly today I.mltl'hfd U Three him
OFFICE BlTi'Llt.? that we hear of those who de- diet XV. If bv Tope Ptui'' XI ; paper which. began |publishing dred hit positions at cadet JACK ELLIS
by the ferment thatli guenti attended the
MI T-J9SI tire that teaching In our M by Pope| Pint X II. 44 by 'in IBM and was IU lint bull, Moore annual captain In his squadron! In
the Bishop
<< place among .
too Bo. Orlando Are, WT. schools be downgraded or Pop John XXIII ad S by neat manafer. charge of training, "gran
people of God Blahop Lane sponsored Mnn
even abandoned on the false Pop Paull. root." area representative
taid.II Signor Bishop Council 2112.
assumption that teaching li Well done (Un which poaltlnn ha gave
Knights of Columbia. Coach
DouseoBeef spoke! at the drdicatloa not a true apostolic .work" To bless chapel Torn Greene, athletic director briefing on the Academy to if
of Mount fit. Iranrli pre ln- Bishop Lane laid. :NMV; 10KK (NO) The ami varsity basketball coach hlgti school candidate), frat
e I lal I motherhooie of the Hrnemerenti Medal, ( president of the Toaotmai.
"One of the great eoro- WHlIlsr.rosCI( )- a papal of Florida Southern College,
r.e. i iDAY School hissers at St. Iraacli.Ai maadi ghee br Chrht was ArahblitAop F( dM VatfMtsal. decoration, was pmewtod to was guest speaker Monil- ter'a Club and squadron

f 1)r miOPIN might be expected religious 'te ga ferth aid leach all aslions. apostolic delegate tn the relvmc Police iV conmuniU in thete .' It It thmufh our Calhe- tnited: St.I.., .lll Meet the Michael J Murphy by Fran. school president, gave "letters tiva JOHN ELLIS
On June I 19! he married
changing/ times become "'ypl'.y Ik irhoola that this cemmindli chapel\ of Our Mother of Sorrows ru Cardinal Spellman of New and awards to Tom Hynoikl, .
Marianne Molt, also
.Mw..JIvtay for architect of the 1f'11.conC'I.td M well reallird.Teaching In the National. Shrine of York at a ceremony In theCardleal's football beet back; TomMsrkle a graduate Fro
of Bishop Moore. Delivery
the Immaculate residence.The .
Conceptionon football best lineman
new order ha '
STEAK. Edward will to
in basic report
a apo-
September S, medal was awarded by Dave Miller, baieballDanny
ON A SKEWER! continued that a number"There of it DO chargn doubt tolate, *o bane. in fact, that The ceremonies will be heldIn Pope I'.ul1, the Cardinal MrNamara, basketball : Moody Air Force Base, Charge Accounts

CaatiaaafW C.r should be made in rellgmi without it e would have conjunction with the TMhannlmianr aaid in ognlllon of Mur : Nick Pope" tennis; Hill. W. Mail
Broiled OvrTVa life In the proceii of becoming little hope of lucctu" In any meeting Srptenv ph "i vrvice and lca Open Heorlhf! adjusted) to modern condition other apoitolateDiKuntfg her 4 and I of the First tatho* and was al'o'a r<-< gnition Alice Dunlng, iwlmmlngSubscribe Cleaners & Laundry Pr.scripfions'YOU

$1.50.larse'1.90IG..04 *, but at the same time, authority new, the trends Buhop regarding Uc Slovak) Union, which donated of the work rf the puhreforre ) --.-............-".. ..., Ha. is
u S C..I the i Second Vatican) Councildoei the chapel! to the fair law and order and DepaHdeble. fakrle" : Care
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The Florida Catholic Friday June 23 1965Ordinations
Pontiff addsto

I liturgy

give !' 1 commissionVATICAN


Pope Paul VI has appointed .

Diocese 3 more .: three five English-speaking more Bishops! and

two Spanish-speaking-

re the Commlalon for Implementing

the Liturgy Contitution. .
Priests from 4i / Ae's .

Named to the postcon mar

body were: William Cardinal
(C.nlt.5e/ trra ,.!' ..) and the McFaddens have one until his consecration as Bishop :1 +e Conway of Armagh, Northern
of Ferns, Ireland last November II IIs
brothers and sisters, listed In child. Ireland; Archbishop Denis E.
Uncles and aunt who attended Hurley 0.51.L, of Durban
the order of their birthdays
the ordination ceremonies Father Mullen's mother South Africa; Archbishop

Joseph Patrick, John, were Mr and Mri taught him for his last six Tom a i Clevel Mendel of

Mary Father Michael 1 I Jam e i Kelleher, Maurice years at the National School Panama City; Archbishop Vicente .
Mullins, Dan Mullins and Enrique y Tarancon of

Patrick Mullins, Oviedo, Spain; and Bishop

After the first Mass a reception s George P. Dwyer of Leeds,

was held at the Hydro England

t a Father Hotel in Llspoonvarna for relatives Father r Archbishop Harley and

4 James and friends Milt Austin Bishop Dwyer have repre
4 Kelleher those attending nation committee drawing

4 up plans for common texts

for Mass and the sacramentsfor
A the English speaking
Nancy, Teresa and Monica. Father She was formerly Miss Kitty : world.
Josephine Coffey of Chaff
Pope Pinl'i new appoint
Present besides Monsignor
John J. pool Tubbercurry County !
Mullins, his maternal uncle, menu. bring the membership
and Father Michael Xellehercf floodFather Sligo. of the poitconclllar liturgy

Melbourne, his brother, She and her husband have commission te 43. representIng

were the spouses of the othersin raised their i family in StBrifiid ill parts of the world
's parish at Mountnu-
the family: gent, County Cavan Their The Pope had named 4)

Mrs Joseph Kelleher and oldest child, a daughter Ohio Priest celebrates 40th anniversary at MissionFather churchmen to the commissionafter :

her four children, of County named Nuala Kathleen Ann, he established it a year

Clan; Mrs Patrick Kelleher, Mullen died in 1952 at the age of IS. Joseph Godma of Clevelenderi of Slavic descent "persona non grata" by Marshal harbor but that the "M ition of and a half ago but four have

mother of seven children, of Father Mullen has attainedhis Cleveland is shown celebrating to the place where the first par. Tito's Communist governmentafter Nombre de Diot is still doing died sine then including
Boston; Mrs John Kelleher lifelong ambition to be Others In the family were his 40th anniversary Mail at the uh Matt ill America was cel. the war He came to theUnited what it started out to do Archbishop Francis Grlm.

mother of five children, of. ordained a Priest The) secondson present at the ordination besides famed ruitic outdoor altar at cbrattd 400 years ago Father States as a refugee ill Mrvina God and spreading His shaw of Birmingham wbewas
Ennistymon; and brolhrrs.ln.law Kevin Seamus Mullenof the Million of Nombre d. Diet Gedma head of the English Bish
of Mr. and Mrs Michael was Yugoslavia's repre- 1948. In hn sermon, Father word The Million Matt wee
Mr Clancy, Mr Ollara Joseph Mullen to be ordained Mealh. Sunday (June 20)). Father tentative to the Vatican during Godma said; the Castillo de San a highlight. of the tour which ops' liturgical commission.

and Mr. Miss McFadden Monica all Kelle of his brother, Father Kevin Thl'YI rre, from the oldest Godma led a pilgrimage of 43 World War II and was declared Marcos no longer guards the took the group to places el historic The American members of

Glasgow Siamus Mullen of the Dioceseof down, Miss Deirdre Margret -- -- and religious significance the body are Joseph Cardinal
her is engaged to be married Meath attended the ordination house Mullen of Dundalk, in the Eastern part of the Hitter of St Louis and Arch

jn July to a teacher Dublin, Colm The at All Hallows College on County Louth; Jerome Anthony United States.Chicago bishop Paul Hilhnan) of At
McFadden in
Father unificationfor
sisters, Mary and Nancy, are June 20.Ont' Mullen of London; and Holy urges lanta.
Miss Maria Oliver
nurses Mrs. Clancy is the of the eight new Priests Concrpta
mother of two children; the of the Diocese from Ireland Mullen, attending school at Paul
the Dominican convent in in Dominican Pope names two new
Haras have three children, rather Mullen was horn at Dublin peace RepublicS I

Itosemount, Mountmiscnl:: ,
County Cavan August 27, Father Mullen has a first () IKHIIM.O, (M';) Pope Paul VI has called Archbishop Octavio Peru Bishops for United States
AUGUSTINE Father John Reid
ST. 1911. cousin, on the people of this nation to become unified and put a of Santo Domingo announced
CC of
Father Mullen attendedRoss Ixiuth? ; a Cailmcford.second cousin County, Father lasting! end to the struggle between the military junta the receipt of the Vatican c.,1..4 ens ,.1..l 1915 the ion of Martin James

National School in County Bernard lirrdy of Iark and rebels cable at a special meeting of from 1946 to 1948. and Carolyn (Sister) Witters,

Sales and ServiceCHEVROLET.BUICK Month; St. Finians College hill, Dublin; and a first cousIn The Pope' spoke in a message to the Dominican clergy all regular: and diocesan taking a master degree in both
Mullingar: County West. Michpcl McCabe !8.M.A., and people, Dated June 17, it was brought here on his clergy: and exhorted them. social work; served as assistant His stepmother Mrs. Leona
meath and All Hallows Dublin severely to unity and obedlence director of charities in Ratters resides .tat Dubuque
; of Galway. return from the Vatican by the apostolic nuncio, Arch. .
the diocese of Cleveland from He attended St. Raphael'scathedral
Relatives who attended the bi: hop Emanucle; Clarlzio.The .
Bishop Donal! J. Herlihy ordination Mass Includ"d Mr secretary of state, calling all The complicated political 1948 to l Fort Marion who ordained Father Mullen and Mrs. Reid and family Pontiff told the Dominicans Priests and Religious to situation in the Dominican St Anthony's Home for Boys Loris Academy and tons

Chevrolet Co. and the others for Florida on Mr, and Mrs J mrs Coffey; that he had heard greater unity among themselves Republic, and the fact that from 1949 to 1961 College, all in Dubuque; the

June 20I U a professor of and family; Mrs John ('of fey from the nuncio of "your and obedience to the both sides have wellknovtnCatholics He became secretary "f the North America College to

122 San M.rco.v.nu.. Sacred Scripture at All Hallows and three daughters; Mr. and anxieties, your preorciipa hierarchy even though, by so of indinputed orthodoxy National Conference of Catholic Rome from 1937 to 1940, and

St. Auguitine from 1939 to 1947 lie !Mrs (). McCahe and hnnhMr tines and your fears for the doing, they must, in the com in their ranks hitherto Charities In mi, with the Theological College of the
left in 1947 to become the and Mis P. Leonard and future" He said he has made mon Int.rtstCIV./ up expressing have caused great division of offices in this city Catholic University of America .
this Mate of uncertainty his individual This division has : in this city \ta 1940 and
I VA '.221% rector of the Irish College in (two daughters; Mr and Mrs. opinions opinion occurred
Rome and remained there J McGill and family. own and added that he hopes among the clergy Bishop-elect atteri wai 1941
Dominicans will find In his Vatican wants also born in Dubuque October 14,
He was ordained In M.
The first Miss offered bv message motives for renewed .
"M I R-A-C L E" "Father' 1'll1l1l'nIn.. In St. trust and firm confldonee !, R i ph. .1 I' i Cathedral Dn-
buque, en Jane 7, Itn. by
IlrlRld hunh at :Mountnu to travel untied on that rights respected Pontiff upholds church Archbishop Francis J. L.
LotionElp.cl.ny June 21 10 road which
gent on at a.m. Il1l1ll'paratt's you
tMTFI: : NATIONS (NO-) Beckmia.He .
recommended as an aid ;In the treatment for discomfort from complete internal Iran .
The U N. conference called to
Assisting were )Father
due to dry scaly skin, FUNGUS infection of the Michael Troy, )Father Conor quility, draft a treaty on landlocked externals as aid to piety made post rdlnation

hands, oafs, EARS, ATHLETE'S foot, PSORIASIS, rash MiGreevy, Father Kevin I "\\e make a frnent indurgent countries was urged( by a studies it the Catholic University
prickly heat, chafing, and sunburn. Gives a soft velvet lik. Smith and Father Brendan appeal," Pope Paul Vatican representative to sec. 1 .\\Tlr\ 'ITT' (csc) -- Pope r.ul1, who recentnl of America from 1946

texture Only $1.25 Money refunded if not tatiified Smith, Father Kevin Mullen, said, Mhdt this strife which ogni/e "existing and Insistent ly abolished the use of par) ceremonial lane his de. to 1947 and from 1952 to 1964..

the Priests brother said a renders >oti enemies of one human needs" fended the Church rnonunvlanta ante and pageantry aa atimu- taking a doctorate la educatk

few words on the occasion. another III not only reuse The statement was made to internal piety >n.
on June 18 Dr. Mirian dering them accessible to our Bishop'desfgnate Walters
but come to a lasUnlt'.nd.. by .
The external of
display << religious
GAINESVILLE'S FINEST HOME VALUES Navy Theresa Roonev. adviser to faculties of perception was assistant pastor chaplain .
he told
\ou are brothers citizensof the Holy See delegation: to the "It provides til" with a real Martin parish Cascade ,
SIIIMTONCMon(: ) the same and his weekly general audience earthly tribute to the heavenly -
country a conference, during debate. Iowa, from 1941 tit 1944,
J. nation which June( 16i. ii not onlyll'ltih.matI' Majesty," he said
signor Henry IlotriRe of only in )peace taught it Loris Academyfrom
Pa0 St. Louis, presently asulgned and harmony cm discover "The holy See I Is concernedwith but necessary because Pope Paul admitted that 1944 te 1946; wis prin-

to the chaplains division of her honor, her liberty and nrlnclplei." )Or. Rooneytold of the pry nature of man tastes change with the times, cipal of ton Academy from

the Dureau of Naval Personnel her prosperity Would that the conference From exterior signs<< he Is and that modern man Ii not 1947 to 1952 and beaded thee
here, has been this fratricidal hatred stimulated to internal activity necessarily moved by the
promoted he due alien 1 department ef
HUGH INC. "These whichare
EDWARDS are principles
lo the rank of Hear Admiral. terminated and that there bean and In these very signs in same externals as the romanticists Lora College from 19M to
of benefit to landlockedand .
The longtime; chaplain holds end to the use of arm. by fact he expresses interior activity or classicists were. 19VI
JT T TWO BLOCK TROMT. transit countriei alike It
giving it its fullest
FATRICK'S PARISH AND SCHOOL battle citations for service In brother belonging( ( to the recogni/es that this I is a new significance<< and social value But some criticism leveled From DM to 19M. Bishop-!
the F'uropean: and Pacific same land that no one dare the Church in this of
against regard elect fitters was one two
N. J5. letb ATI. aV nib Street world with new situations, "It Is the\ tame." the Pope
theaters during World War any longer to spill the bloodof and new needs and I Is deeply 'misses the point" he spiritual directors of I the
continued, with language in
II Monsignor binge was fellow cituens, concerned that these needs' said, since it U leveled at a North Americas College in
relation to thought It ii the
the first Catholic chaplain The Pontiff urged( Domini be met," she said. lime with art, Justified use of externals to Rome. Since I9W he his dl
assigned: to the United Slates CUM to return to 'peaceful amuse interior! dispositions reeled the retreat house bi

EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE !Navalcadomv: servingthere I labors for the reconstructionof "Me mini recall (hit the rather than it excessei. Cedar Fills.
Amailng new liquid plastic coating used on all types of surfaces from 1947 to 1951 and the country and the lust application Pope reported entire divine economy II the .
interior or eitenor. El minatet waiing when on AsPhalt from 1W\ to 1161.SMOKY \ of those healthy Incarnation contains a print.denlial .
Tile, Vinyl Linoleum, Vinyl Asbestos, Hard Wood, and Furni- reforms desired and social preparing Danto vlilble itpert It tikes
eliminates when to Wood,
ture. Completely painting applied
MOUNTAINS promised by all and recognized created and sensible things
Metal, or Concrete surfaces This finish is alto recommendedfor
by and Irant'ormt them lute
boats and automobile l..r l.llr .111 'M"'r .kI.M" everyone as urgent encyclical
1.11.1.. ., T'M."M". "..." ly needed" tarred signs of created and I
NO COMPETITION ..", .11 ,..,ra..S, I.. \'.\TIfin' (C\C-: ) Invisible reality .
A. these are eicluuve formulas in demand by all businesses, He assured the njtlon's
.., .. I .Ih.ll. "optl.1 ..d Reports that Pope Paul M U
industry and homes. No franchise fee. Minimum investment \I.lh..lI. f h.t". .. ..... people that the ( hurth I le an encyclical tocommemorate Therefore the religious ne
$]00. Manmum investment $7,000 Investment is securedby eager In
Inventory. Factory trained personnel will help set up your cooperation and issUlance" of the birth of the not superstitious or an end in
bill neu. For complete details and datcriptive; literature write: 'U"'CIiD' fOUD ""IHMW| llltlttt ) itself serves like a garment
t The Church, Pope Paul declared Italian poet Dante hive been
CHEM.PLASTICS & PAINT CORP. "is the promoter
1128 Locust St. Louis J, Mo. 1I.eliJ. \ social justice and wishes" and Vatican official.
:: encourages true social! prog No official announcement of Relic of St. Paul

mlr' tww.. 'iiiALIJM'NU"4 \ ress She irdentldesires such a document has been S\N F'RtTK'OC( ) .

An Invitation that all citizens without' dis made by the Vatican. ArchbUhop .....pia T Me.

MEN TM" lU"'C.. M ''... r..... |MM( tinction have the possibility Rut it his been learned (bit Gucken of San Francisco offered t
Mmw MX n s of
...... ._ living is befits human Mass and
lose can't a Ise """ '" -0'" '. Italian newspaper' re perlethat delivered tie
... .
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sufficient food adequate days of veneration of the reLe
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MAKtr to 11 to ensure" the proper up. While It Is unusual relic' was bright ire

tain*l/1< of their children and Popes to issue encyclical on by plan from Malta t*
of aEpt ei'u\ .it" "n for all in .onforml- literary personates. Pepe three Prods from the C, L4f

a ty with a ,prop(>rl\ organized Paul would be imitating ISif* !Inflate' Church of the t;r,.Co
Florida SAWDUSTW.YMnttttMt system of free institution for BenedkctV who in lnl 11- of St Paul! la Mifta where '"

the formation of youth," sued the encycbcal. la Prae-- it Is preserved. The relic was
clara Summorum. b I c btomm.rnorat.d venerated here in SL Paul of
MATMCJUl, Earlier
the Holy See roJoined the sixth! ceotenary b4q_ 1W
MONASTERY RETREAT HOUSE J the Domiaicia the\ SVp! Teck: church:! and ta a
POWDER POST; clergy eDante's death
St PiaTs church!
PASSIONIST FATHERSFriday BEETLES te obey, their Bhpt, aDd : Fishers of men
eels. 4.44444444445ee.5444..44A While! en hi. way to Rorre' "
Wrlu rk. can} present tri.1. for 'rial St. Paul
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Individual ; For !.:*. I I' SI The Catholic.. hung alvxe theff: 'er d r f Sr PI'.r. Bailira *
May Register Ih ass e,..fc, IMv $.. has HOI Every the island of Malta During -
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